Things To Do In Seattle, WA
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The Pocock Rowing Center is a community boathouse of the George Pocock Rowing Foundation.
Youth Theatre Northwest is a school, theatre, and home for children and families. At Youth Theatre Northwest, children and young adults explore the depths of their creativity and experience the thrill of live performance.
NBC Camps offers clinics and summer, fall, and winter camps in basketball, volleyball, and more in 50 cities in 8 countries. Our goal is to develop the total athlete and help players excel on and off the court.
Pedalheads Bike, Swim and Sport Programs provides innovative and effective programs that are safe, fun and challenging. We invite children to discover a world of opportunities.
Here at Innova Fellows, we have crafted an experience unique to the Greater Seattle area that will give bright fellows tools to harness the power of innovation.
Empowering Students to become Tomorrow’s Creators, Designers, Programmers, and Developers
Canada’s West Coast. Mountains. Stillness. Woods. Lake. Customizable facilities for conferences, outdoor education, summer camps, and retreats.
We offer whole-child development and outdoor learning opportunities on a farm. Ages 3-10. Works well as preschool, kindergarten or homeschool supplemental. Summer camps available and children's business fair ages 5-15 in July.
Advantage Basketball Camps are nationally recognized as one of the Top Basketball camps in the world. Advantage Basketball Camps were named by sports illustrated kids as one the top camps in the country.
Indoor Playground is a chance for young children [ages 12 months to 5 years] to play safely in the gym. Indoor Playground cannot accomodate children 6+ years old.
Full-time preschool and childcare
Music Together is an innovative, internationally recognized, research-based music and movement program for children ages newborn to five years and their caregivers. The classes include songs, rhythmic rhymes, movement, and instrument play!
Off the Wall School of Music is focused on igniting a passion for music that will fuel the personal growth and development of our students. Our goal is to teach the Best Lessons in Seattle.
The Igimo Art Station welcomes students of all ages and skill levels, providing a supportive, creative atmosphere to encourage the discovery and development of artistic brilliance.
The mission of the Robinson Center at the University of Washington is threefold: teaching, research, and service. The RC is a leader in the nation for developing programs that serve highly capable young pre-college and college students.
Fremont Community School (FCS) is an independent, non-profit preschool. Inspired by Rudolf Steiner's Waldorf education curriculum, we offer an outdoor play-based and nature inspired program.
Digital Media Academy offers the best hands-on technology education for kids, teens and adults on prestigious university campuses!
Wolf Camp and the Conservation College run summer camps for kids, youth and families, plus to workshops, expeditions and apprenticeships for adults focusing on nature, herbology, animal tracking, wilderness survival, traditional arts and crafts.
Sponge, a language enrichment program for children in the greater Seattle area, offers year-round Spanish, Mandarin, French, Japanese, and Hindi classes, as well as summer camps for kids aged birth-10.
Parkour Visions is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Parkour and play-based fitness uses your natural movements (running, jumping, climbing, swinging, crawling) to share long-lasting physical, emotional, and social health and provide community.
The Moonpaper Tent is a mystical haven for creative exploration and actualizing dreams, and a Washington State Non-Profit Corporation fiscally sponsored by Shunpike
Arts Aloft is an arts studio for children ages 4–12 in Seattle's Madrona neighborhood. Our classes help students experience the pleasure of artistic self-expression while learning the techniques of the grand masters in multiple media
At SCT our goal is to provide space to grow as a dancer and join a warm and vibrant community. We teach the history, culture, movements, and techniques of these dance forms. We hope to foster inspiration and excellence in all our students.
PSCS is a WA state approved independent middle and high school located in downtown Seattle. A highly progressive educational environment, PSCS offers a collaborative scheduling process and is committed to a social justice curriculum.
Teaching kids the joy of coding computers by helping them write computer games! Summer camps & After School programs in Seattle, Bellevue, & Honolulu.
Blaze Education provides STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) camps and classes as well as College planning and Tutoring services to help the students to explore, find and further develop their interests.
RSDS offers recreational and competitive dance programs for dancers ages 3 to adult. We teach Acro, Tap, Ballet, Pointe, Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Musical Theater, Pre-Ballet, and Combination Classes. We also host birthday parties!
TechKnowHow Seattle offers fun and enriching Technology and Robotics Summer Day Camps and Afterschool Classes for students, ages 5-12
From toddlers taking their first teetering steps, teens exploding with artistic expression, to adults getting their groove back, this is where Seattle comes to dance!
Olympic Fencing classes and summer camps in Seattle.
BEAM Experiences offers STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, Math) camps, classes, and after school enrichment programs in Seattle. We work with schools to meet your students’ individual educational and creative goals.
Immerse yourself in the uniquely-American stories, history and art of the Asian Pacific American experience at The Wing, in Seattle’s vibrant Chinatown-International District.
Pink Zebra Cheer is a cheer program for boys and girls Ages 4- 15. Cheer program are offered year round for Elementary and Middle School students.
Beach Nation is a touring elite beach volleyball experience with Olympians and USA National Team coaches offering clinics to MS and HS players, and also to coaches wanting to learn or improve their beach volleyball skills in multi-day clinics.
NeoArtSchool was established in 1982 by Linda Demirel Barnes to encourage students to use art as a means of self-discovery, problem solving and enjoyment while seeking the intrinsic value of the art process and product.
Bellevue Arts Museum is the Pacific Northwest's center for the exploration of art, craft, and design. The Museum's mission is guided by the belief that craft and design are essential to the conversation on art and are equally transformative.
nourishME! classes empower your children to make healthful food choices and to learn basic cooking skills. Every class begins with a 30-minute nutrition activity and then we dive into creating recipes based upon the class theme!
Martial Arts to help you or your child become healthier, happier and more confident.
Now Enrolling – Preschool through 8th grade!
Living Wisdom School offers strong academics plus a focus on the development of 'Life Skills' such as courage, compassion, concentration and making friends.