Jul 06 Wednesday
Would you like to serve as a mediator in your family, workplace, or community? Perhaps you are simply interested in learning the skills and strategies mediators use to enhance your ability to manage difficult conversations. Either way, we have the best trainings for you! Our 40-hour mediation training will give you the skills and strategies you need—and is the first step in the process of becoming a certified mediator.
Join our Summer session beginning on July 6, 2022!
Recognized for 37.5 Credits (CLE, CEU, Clock Hours) by:Washington State Bar Association (WSBA) AttorneysNational Association of Social Workers (NASW) Social Workers, Therapists, and CounselorsOffice of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) Educators
Location of training is still being determined and depends on local COVID-19 guidance at the time of the training. Training could move to a virtual format if COVID-19 guidance recommends.
For children and teens.Amate Bark paintings are made by artists of the Otomi communities in Mexico. Use special paper and paint to create a simple bird with flowers in this folk tradition.Please register at kcls.org.
For adults.With guidance from one of SilverKite's professional teaching artists and your own creative instincts, explore the art of watercolor painting.Please register at kcls.org.
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Jul 10 Sunday
Discover the joyous fun of the original swing dance, Lindy Hop! We start from the very beginning and make this class series accessible to everyone, regardless of experience. Get ready to have a whole lot of fun! Vaccination, Boosters, and Upgraded Masking Required.
Jul 11 Monday
Have you ever wondered what it was like to live like a Viking? Join us at the National Nordic Museum and forge your own seafaring adventure! This half-day camp uncovers the daily life of the legendary Norse warriors, where campers will get to think, create, and explore—just like the Vikings did.
Camp dates: 9am-1pm, July 11th through July 15th. This half-day camp is intended for children aged 6-8. Please contact Kate Dugdale with any questions.
Price: $100 for members, $125 for general admission
Cancellation and Refund Policy:Requests for withdrawal from camp must be made at least two weeks prior to the camp start date to receive a full refund. Any registration canceled with less than two weeks’ notice will forfeit the full cost of the camp session. No refunds will be awarded to campers who are “no shows.”The National Nordic Museum reserve the right to cancel programs or sessions based on insufficient enrollment and government mandates. In these events, a full refund for the specific camp will be issued.Payment must be made via the NNM website in order to finalize a summer camp registration. Payment via purchase order, cash, or check are unavailable and camp spots may not be held without payment.For cancellation requests due to extenuating circumstance, such as a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, please contact Kate Dugdale, Education Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.orgNNM staff will send out any relevant permission forms for all summer camps by June 1st, 2022. These forms may include: Privacy Consent Form, Medical Consent, Acknowledgement of Risk, Code of Conduct, COVID-19 Safety Agreement.