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BIG SPLASH, II 3297 "WL" Clark Elementary 3298 "WL" Beaver Lake Middle Friday, July 27 - 31 School We week including water balloon tossing and an- war" and et=her water experiments. We'll swim at spend a day at Pine Lake Park (weather The field trip will be to the one and only Wild Waves! will not use the wave pool.) MOUNTAINEERS! 3300 "WL" Clark Elementary 3301 Beaver Lake Middle School Friday, August 3 - August 7 the great outdoors! We will hike up "13ger Mt. to Point for a picnic. We will also visit the Mt. Baked National Forest where you will see some of the most majestic mountains and hike along some beauti- on the banks of the Snoqualmie River. You'll learn forest footprints during a special visit from Discovery Lab nature scavenger hunt is sure to be fun! Craft projects seed art and nature art. AND MUSIC 3302 "WL" Clark Elementary 3303 Beaver Lake Middle School Friday, August 10 - 14 a visit from a real magician and learn some magic We'll make holograms, make a musical instrument and concert. We'll play "Name that Tune" and other will set your feet a dancin'. Other fun in- g at the Issaquah Pool and a day at Lake Park. Field trip is to the Seattle Center where see a Laser Show and an IMAX feature film. AWAY! #: 3304 "WL" #: 3305 $130 hop aboard where Clark Elementary Beaver Lake Middle School ust 17 - 21 a Washington State Ferry destination you will tour the USS Turner Joy, a restored Most spaces from the Engine Room to the Bridge will be open for you to explore. Next we will board a private tour boat for a narrated 45-minute tour of the Navy Ship- yard and Mothball Fleet. Experience an up-close look at doz- ens of modern and mothballed aircraft carriers, cruisers, sub- marines, and other types of ships. Camp projects will include building sailboats and having our own boat races. We will swim at the Issaquah Pool and spend a day at Luther Burbank Park. NATIVE AMERICAN ADVENTURES Course #: 3306 "W/" Issaquah Community Center Maple Room & Court 1 Monday - Friday, August 24 - 28 Fee: $135 Get ready to learn a lot about Native American tribes of the Pacific Northwest. Our field trip will be to the one and only "lillicum Village. You'll love the narrated harbor cruise across Puget Sound to Blak~e Island where you will enjoy a delicious Indian style baked salmon buffet luncheon and the spectacu- lar native American stage show "Dance on the Wind". We'll have time to explore some of the many trails and beautiful beach. Camp activities will include swimming at the Issaquah pool, designing your own mask, and a beaded jewelry project. WILD KINGDOM Course #: 3307 "WL" Issaquah Community Center Maple Room & Court 1 Monday - Friday, August 31 - September 4 Fee: $130 The animal kingdom is waiting to be discovered! You'll love the field trip to the Woodland Park Zoo. We'll have a special sur- prise visit from an outrageous creature. Great games and lots of pet and animal projects make this a wild and wooly week! Swim at the Issaquah Pool and spend a day at Lake Sammamish State Park. WILDERNESS AWARENESS SCHOOL SUMMER DAY CAMP mm SEE ALSO OUTDOOR RECREATION Course #: 3812. Monday - Friday, August 10 - 14 Age: 5 - 13. Fee: $185. Lake Sammamish State Park Instructor: Wilderness Awareness School Staff Min: 25 / Max: 30 This day camp is based upon the Discovery Series -- Learn- ing the Language of Nature. Children will learn the skills of a native scout and modem naturalist. More information is available by calling Wilderness Awareness School at 425- 788-1301. St. Serving Issaquah for 17 years 392-0326 23