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08 .‘day, August 25 ‘°° 5:00 p.m. 11 15 at the Youth Center “3 $5 ' 4/ Max: 9 Ma snack, water bottle. and bike lock. Bike helmet is re- \ WILDERNESS AWARENESS MER OVERNIGHT CAMP ALSO OUTDOOR RECREATION “'89 #z 3811 Pay Friday, July 6 - 10 1o 12 - $365 i‘TD Waskowitz, North Bend 2i rllctor: Wilderness Awareness School Staff 2: 8OIMax: 90 Y°u interested in: Becoming self-sufficient by learning the “’31 skills of a native scout; knowing how to read animal ks and signs; locating and finding animals by interpreting anQuage of birds; identifying and preparing edible plants? qule, directions. and additional information will be pro- v by the Wilderness Awareness School, 425-788-1301, h erIrollment. A KAYAK CAMP - KIDS CAMP SEE ALSO OUTDOOR RECREATION Course #: 3702 Monday Friday, July 27 - ‘31 Course #: 3703 Monday Friday, August 24 28 9:00 am. 12:00 pm. Age: 11 - 15 Lake Sammamish State Park (new beach area) Instructor: Klub Kayak Staff Fee: $139 Min: 6 Max: 10 Certified Klub Kayak instructors provide a fun week of kayaking on Lake Sammamish in single and double kayaks. The first three days are spent learning basic paddleing and safety skills, playing Kayak Polo, and other games. The fourth and fifth days are spent touring the lake and lssaquah Creek. CALL 425-837-3350 TO REGISTER. Quality Technique and Musicianship Nurturing Approach References Upon Request HEATHER MARIE SCHOOL OF (425) 453-6220 lssaquah Bellevue 47.