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groUP ed DY earlY" n/ n'lo THROUGH HISTORY-- 4TH OF JULY mm #: 3805 June 20. 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. up Tahoma Outdoor Pursuits Staff /person. Min: 1/Max: 6 Hallsted as he shares his vast knowl- early Puget Sound. We'll paddle from Steilacoom to and listen to Russ as he describes fascinating facts of these waterways. UNION SEA KAYAK TOUR 3806 August 9. 12:00 - 4:00 p.m. mm Outdoor Pursuits Staff $40 / person. Min: 1 / Max: 6 a protected padd e that explores the fascinating shore- :Lake Union. Shipyards, yachts, shore accessible shops and the unique houseboat community as they blend a potpourri of sights along the lake's beauti- SEA KAYAKING AT COULON PARK mm July 15 & 22. 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. up. Fee: $70 / person Outdoor Pursuits Staff !1 I Max: 6 have never tried sea kayaking and want to learn the ba- sics quickly and safely, the Foundation Sea Kayaking class is the place to start. This course consists of two - 2 1/2 hour sessions covering boat control, stroke fundamentals, bracing strokes, wet exits, and recoveries. WILDERNESS AWARENESS SUMMER OVERNIGHT CAMP SEE ALSO YOUTH CENTER/TEENS Course #: 3811 Monday - Friday, July 6 - 10 Age: 10 12. Fee: $365 Camp Waskowitz, North Bend Instructor: Wilderness Awareness School Staff Min: 80 / Max: g0 mm Are you interested in: Becoming self-sufficient by learning the survival skills of a native scout; knowing how to read animal tracks and signs; locating and finding animals by interpreting the language of birds; identifying and preparing edible plants. Schedule, directions, and additional information will be provided by the Wilderness Awareness School, 425-788-1301, upon enrollment, i WILDERNESS SUMMER DAY CAMP SEE ALSO DAY CAMPS FOR SUMMER Course #: 3812 AWARENESS SCHOOL Monday - Friday, August 10 - 14 Age: 5- 13. Fee: $185 mm Lake Sammamish State Park Instructor: Wilderness Awareness School Staff Min: 25 / Max: 30 This day camp is based upon the Discovery Series --'Learning the Language of Nature. Children will learn the skills of a na- tive scout and modern naturalist. More information is available by calling Wilderness Awareness School at 425-788-1301. THELEARNING GARDEN SM Issaquah Campus Now Enrolling For more information, please call (425)427-8538 35