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BOARD MEETING NOTICE

The October 23 regular board meeting will begin at 7:00 pm after a 6:00 pm executive session for real estate

Sspooky woodsPOOKY WOODS

October celebrations can be hectic and crowded. This year, the Park District offers a seasonal alternative that can fit into your busy schedule and changeable Fall weather! Great for individuals, families, or groups. Look up. Look down. And look behind. Experience the unsettling feeling of exploring a little-known pathway enhanced for seasonal spookiness. Wide enough for buddies, flat enough for most, creepy enough for chills. Get the full details here.

 

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Join our staff as we celebrate the fall with a special Open Swim event!

Date: November 1st 2014

Trunk or Treat – In the Aquatic Center parking lot 4:30-5pm
Bring candy to share and let the kids trick or treat!

Open Swim – 5-7pm in the Aquatic Center
Costume Contest
Paint a Pumpkin
Bobbing for Apples
Greased Pumpkin Relay
Ghoul Race
Biggest Pumpkin Splash Contest

Wear a costume and receive half off your admission!
Regular Open Swim admission price without a costume.

Thank you to our sponsors!
ACE Hardware, Bainbridge Island Farm, Bon Bon, MORA Iced Creamery, Rite Aid, Safeway, Town & Country     

THE BAINBRIDGE ISLAND PARKS FOUNDATION

Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation2014 Community Grant Applications are available here.
Due on November 3rd 2014.

The Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation (BIPF) is a tax exempt organization committed to the enhancement of the Island’s parks, trails and recreational facilities and to expand opportunities for all to participate in recreational, athletic and cultural programs.  The BIPF Community Grants range from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars and are given for community projects that support the BIPF mission. Click HERE for the 2014 Grant application


FEATURED CLASSES FOR FALL!

Newly added, not in catalogue:

LocoMotion. Early release Mondays at Blakely just got more interesting. From now until December 15th, 4th graders can apply basic math using their feet, maps, compasses, sidewalk chalk, the flagpole, and more! Please call our office to register 206-842-2306 ext 118.

Sakai Junior Robotics. In this re-designed Bricks 4 Kidz after school class, students will work in pairs with a laptop as they learn the basics of programming using WeDo software; a visual drag & drop environment designed for LEGO ® motors and sensors. Nov 19-Dec 17. Please call our office to register 206-842-2306 ext 118.

canine classesCANINE CLASSES with Dianne Canafax and instructors from KARE (Kitsap Animal Rescue Education). Come learn new ways to have fun with your favorite canine friend!
See page 43!!

KIDS IN THE KITCHEN! Delicious Saturday afternoon cooking fun for ages 9 to 12 offered once a month: “Freaky Food” on October 18, and “Pies, Pies & More Pies” on November 15th in the Strawberry Center kitchen. See page 12 for details.

ADULT GYMNASTICS AND STRENGTH: It's never too late to achieve your goal whether it's to do a handstand, backflip, pullover, whatever…we can train you to make your dream a reality. See page 17

BREAK DANCING:
Get ready to learn some exciting skills to show off at the next school dance, talent show, or anywhere you feel the urge to bust a move. See page 16

2014 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

By Resolution 2014-12, the Park Board of Commissioners has adopted the 2014 Comprehensive Plan for Parks, Recreation & Open Space subject to SEPA review and process (i.e. agency and public comment). To view the plan, click here.

ACCESSIBILITY TO PROGRAMS

The BI Metro Park & Recreation District will make reasonable modifications to policies and programs to ensure that people with disabilities have an equal opportunity to enjoy BIMPRD programs, services and activities. Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication or a modification of policies or procedures to participate in a program, service or activity of the BI Metro Park & Recreation District should contact the District’s ADA Coordinator (206)842-2306 x120 or demeyer@biparks.org . Parents of children who plan to participate in the District’s Rec-Companion program are asked to contact the ADA Coordinator prior to class registration to ensure that use of this resource is available to all who wish to participate throughout the year.

 

The mission of the Bainbridge Island Metropolitan Park & Recreation District is to build a healthy community through effective, sustainable stewardship of the District’s parks and open space, and through the development and delivery of innovative cultural and recreation opportunities.

 

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