Whether your crew likes gigglin’ and wigglin’, movin’ and groovin’, or dunkin’ and funkin’, you’ll find something for everyone at the Beaverton Hoop YMCA.
Firstenburg Community Center. 700 NE 136th Ave. Vancouver 98684 (360) 487-7001. Inclement weather line: 360-487-7040 email@example.com.
This 12-acre community park is a partnership with the Evergreen School District to serve east Vancouver and the Fisher's Landing neighbors.
This 30-acre community park is named in memory of LeRoy Haagen Sr. Construction of phase two was completed in 2008.
Activities include white elephant bingo, pinochle, bridge, cribbage, knitting, crocheting, quilting and writing groups. Legal, financial and wellness clinics are also offered.
n 1997, Clark County and the city of Vancouver consolidated their respective parks departments into the joint Vancouver Parks & Recreation Department. The department now provides recreation and sports programs
Marshall Park was donated to the City of Portland by F. C. and Addie Marshall. According to a letter from the Superintendent of Parks to the City Attorney on May 14, 1947, Mr. Marshall had been devoting himself for the ten years
The Milwaukie Center offers many different opportunities for you to share your skills. Read More ... Milwaukie Center Health Services is a link to help in later life.
Rood Bridge Park is a municipal park in southeast Hillsboro, Oregon, United States. Opened in 1999, the park encompasses 60 acres on the north bank of the Tualatin River at its confluence with Rock Creek.
SHARC offers aquatics including three pools, a spa pool, dry suana, and water exercise classes as well as a full complement of group fitness classes and recreation amenities on land.
Rent space at Tyson Recreation Center for your event. Equipment includes play structures, gym mats, balls, sound system, TV/DVD, tables and chairs.
Vancouver Tennis Center is Vancouver's premier racquet sports center, featuring 13 tennis courts (9 indoor, 4 outdoor), 2 indoor racquetball courts,
The MJCC has been around for over 100 years. We are a community center that is open to everyone. We offer fitness, sports, aquatics, camps, culture and more. Stop by for a tour.
The North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District is dedicated to providing parks, sports fields, community centers, trails and recreation programs to boost the quality of life for District community members.
Birthday Parties, Kids Places, Skating
We offer year round Learn to Skate classes. Whether you want to brush up on your skills, or have never laced up skates before; we have a class for you!
Multnomah Arts Center, a program of Portland Parks & Recreation, provides high quality instruction and participation in the visual and performing arts to all interested persons. Programs run year-round, and scholarships are available.
We provide a safe, clean environment where Portland residents of all ages and backgrounds participate in recreational, educational, and physical activities in a climate of mutual respect and friendship.
Making Portland a great place to live, work and play. Healthy Parks, Healthy Portland..For All
More than 220,000 residents in the Beaverton metro area. Since 1955, the Park District has provided family-oriented programs and activities that promote health, wellness, life enrichment, and personal development.
Teaching people of all ages how to wisely use this important, life-giving natural resource is what Vancouver's Water Resources Education Center is all about.