Rec Calendar

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The Recreation Calendar lists recreational and participation sports submitted by nonprofit organizations. Mail to: Recreation Calendar, Reporter Newspapers, 18080 NE 68th St. #A150 Redmond, WA 98052, fax to 425-867-0784 or e-mail to sports@reporternewspapers.com. Also, be sure to see our new online calendar submission function at any of our newspaper Web sites.

BASEBALL

FirstSwing Summer Baseball Camps: FirstSwing and the City of Bellevue present FirstSwing Summer Baseball Camps for ages 5-14 and 7-14. For more information and to sign up for either the Complete Baseball Camp (Aug. 10-14) or Skills Camp (August 11-13), visit www.myparksandrecreation.com or call 425-452-6885.

Sharp Baseball Development: Now accepting athletes for upcoming program. SBD services includes private/group hitting, advanced infield, and strength conditioning programs. For more info or to sign up please call 425-306-0814.

Washington Baseball Instruction: Owned and operated by Ken Knutson of the University of Washington, and Scott Watson of ECC, Washington Baseball Instruction is a brand-new facility in Woodinville providing baseball training programs. For more information visit www.washingtonbaseballinstruction.com.

Performance Training: Classes for baseball performance training designed to increase bat speed, velocity, overall power, speed and overall athletic ability. Call Jake, 425-306-0814.

Kirkland Boys & Girls Club: Registrations available for Pre K- Kindergarten T-Ball and grades 1-2 and 3-4 Tossball. Call 425-827-0132 or visit www.onepositiveplace.org.

BASKETBALL

Bellevue Youth Hoops Leagues/Clinics: Open to kids from preschool to sixth grade. The youngest will be introduced to the game through a parent-interactive clinic, while kids five and up will play in organized 3-on-3 to 5-on-5 league play depending on age. Discounts available for Bellevue residents. For more information or to sign up call 425-452-6885 or visit myparksandrecreation.com.

Junior High Gym Night: Mondays 5 to 6:30 p.m. except school holidays. Free program for junior high students to shoot hoops, meet friends and eat pizza. 303 224th St. S.W., Bothell. 425-486-7430 or www.ci.bothell.wa.us.

No Fear Leagues: For boys and girls third grade through high school. 425-670-8877 or visit www.nofearbasketball.com.

SOCCER

UK Elite High School Pre-season Training: For girls ages 13-18. Will be held August 10-14 from 3-5 p.m. at Eastlake High. To download the registration form, go to www.eteamz.com/eastlakegirlssoccer/index.cfm, or contact Chuck at chuckkrieble@comcast.net for more information.

ICWSL Co-Ed 30+ Team: ICWSL, a co-ed over 30, non-competitive just for fun league, is looking for new players. Friday nights on Eastside all-weather turf fields. www.icwsl.org.

Kick Soccer Schools: Life is a Kick Soccer Schools presents Scott’s Hot Shots Summer Soccer Camps (ages 5-12) and Scott’s Soccer Tots classes (ages 4-6) at the Woodinville Indoor Soccer Center, 12728 N.E. 178th St. Call director Scott Hall at (206) 909-1212 or visit www.lifeisakick.com.

HOCKEY

Sno-King Beginning Hockey Program: For boys and girls ages 5-10 on Saturday’s at Kingsgate Ice Arena in Kirkland and Sunday’s at Castle Ice in Renton. Visit www.snokinghockey.com for more information and season start dates.

CAMPS & CLASSES

Kirkland Boys and Girls Club: The Kirkland Boys & Girls Club is now taking registrations for kindergarten through 2nd grade basketball and wrestling, and 7th grade basketball. Also open for registration is tee-ball, track and field and flag football. For more information visit our website at www.onepositiveplace.org.

Non-Contact Tae Kwon Do: For ages 7 and up. Learn traditional (non-contact) Tae Kwon Do Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7 to 8 p.m. Maywood Hills Elementary Gym in Bothell. Cost: For eight sessions $52 (residents) & $57 (non-residents). For details, or to register, please call 425.486.7430.

Kirkland Boys & Girls Club: The Kirkland Boys & Girls Club is accepting registration for the following classes with information available at www.onepositiveplace.org:


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