PLAYTIME IN THE PARK - Ages 3-6
Join us in celebrating July as National Parks & Recreation Month! Island Rec will be at the Family Park providing a variety of fun and engaging games, activities and art projects for parents and kids to participate in together. This free summer series is perfect for children 3-6 years old. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Drop by and play! It’s Free!
Family Park at the SJC Fairgrounds, 10 -11am, Every Tuesday in July
FARMERS MARKET ARTS & CRAFTS – All Ages
Join us for some weekend fun and creativity! Island Rec will once again be setting up a FREE Arts & Crafts booth at the Farmers Market on the first Saturday in June, July, and August. Stop by and get crafty! It’s Free!
10am – 1pm, June 1, July 6 & Aug 3 Sat
May. 25, 2013, 1‐4pm. Join Jane Wentworth of the Native Plant Society and Doug McCutchen, Land Bank Steward, to walk the Westside Preserve. Famous for its sunset views, marine wildlife and sweeping vistas, it is also home to one of the rarer and most bio‐diverse habitats of our region. Meet and park at Lime Kiln Point State Park to carpool to trailhead (Discovery or day pass required). Length is 1.25 miles. Terrain is rustic trail with some travel on county road. Rating is moderate. Dogs on leashes welcome.
June 22, 2013, 1‐4pm. Meet Cinda and Mark Pierce and Dave Zeretzke of the Trails Committee for a triumphant walk of the brand new American Camp Trail. Meet and park at Skagit Community College. Length is 6 miles one-way, return provided. Shorter walks possible. Terrain is pavement and wooded path. Rating is easy. Dogs on leashes welcome.
July 27, 2013, 1‐4pm. Meet Mike Buettell, Roche Harbor resident and volunteer trail builder, to explore the Briggs Lake Trail in the Roche Harbor Highlands. Meet and park at the intersection of West Valley and Roche Harbor Roads. Length is 4 miles. Terrain is slight uphill and downhill sections on service roads. Rating is moderate. Dogs on leashes welcome.
Aug. 24, 2013, 1‐4pm. Meet Mike Vouri, historian and Chief of Interpretation at San Juan Island National Historical Park, to revisit the Fraser Homestead Trail. Learn new history about the Rossler Family. Meet and park at American Camp Visitor Center. Length is 3.5 miles. Terrain is dirt trail and rating is easy. Dogs on leashes welcome.