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Adult Coed Softball
Adults 18+

Come show us that you still have it! Get exercise and blow off end-of-the-week steam at the best fields around. Get a team together or join the pick-up list. This is a clean, community oriented, alcohol–free league. ASA rules for softball will be followed, with a few exceptions (our handbook will be posted online). Emphasis is on healthful competition in a recreational atmosphere. We provide one umpire per game to facilitate fair and spirited games. Teams typically play 2 games per evening, for a minimum of 14 games, plus tournament. Teams will have byes. Register your team by June 8! Min 2/Max 8 Teams

Mandatory Team Manager’s meeting: Tuesday, June 13, 6pm in the Crow’s Nest at Community Park. Fees cover the cost of field use, game balls, umpire, scorebooks, administrative costs & tournament. Uniforms are not provided by SWPRD.

Click here for a Team Registration Form.

Click here to view the Adult Softball League Handbook.

Click here for the Game Schedule.

Click here to view the League Standings.

Coordinator: Carrie Monforte, (360) 221-6788,

Dates/Time: Tue and/or Thu* | 6pm, 7:15pm* | Jun 20–Aug 19*
* No games July 28. Additional tournament Friday evening, Aug 18 and/or Saturday all day, Aug 19.Games may start as early as 5:30pm in August, depending upon daylight.
Location: South Whidbey Fields.
Fee: $750 per team, max 20 per roster


Earth Skills Workshops
For Adults and Youth 16+

Earth Skills are not just for young Scouts! Join us for these brief workshops and learn how our ancestors used materials found in nature to live and survive. Fire, shelter and food

Instructor: Nancye Good grew up on Whidbey but relocated to New York City where she now teaches Earth Skills.  Living in the city, Nancye missed the nature immersion she enjoyed as a kid, and realized how important nature is to our physical, mental and spiritual health.  She received her Coyote Mentoring certification at Children of the Earth Foundation and is excited to share this ancestral knowledge with you. Min 5/Max 16 per session

Fee: $20 per class or $60 for series

Survival Shelters
Saturday, July 22, 9a.m.-Noon

Learn the fundamentals of survival shelter.  Using materials found on the landscape we will build a shelter together, discussing different aspects of what humans need to live close to the Earth.
Location: SWPRD Landtrust Property near South Whidbey Assembly of God Church. Parking at church and meet for a short .5 mile trail hike into the woods to the class location.

Tracking and Awareness
Saturday, July 29, 9a.m.-Noon

Reading tracks on the landscape is how all of our ancestors once were able to detect activity on the landscape and to know where to find animals to hunt.  Using awareness games and tracking activities we will work on honing our awareness to help us find stories and understand how we fit into our world. Rain or shine.
Location: Maxwelton Beach

Friction Fire
Saturday, August 5, 9a.m.-Noon

Come learn the basics of making fire by rubbing two sticks together.  In this class you will carve your own bowdrill kit and learn how to use it.  Put a spark into your week by kindling new friendships! Bring your own non-folding sheath knife if you have one, loaners available..
Location: Picnic Shelter at Community Park

Quickie Bows
Saturday, August 12, 9a.m.-Noon

Make a functional bow and arrow with your own hands.  We will harvest staves in a caretaking manner, then carve them and finally try them out with friendly games and marksmanship competitions. Bring your own non-folding sheath knife if you have one, loaners available. Rain or shine
Location: SWPRD Landtrust Property near South Whidbey Assembly of God Church. Parking at church and meet for a short .5 mile trail hike into the woods to the class location.


Sessions for Adults

Whidbey Islanders have the privilege and the opportunity to learn archery from a national level coach! This clinic will cover proper shooting techniques, equipment selection, training and plenty of hands-on fun. This clinic is designed to present the lifetime recreational activity of archery in a broad perspective for future use as a recreational pursuit. Archery will go rain or shine, so students should come prepared for the weather.

Instructor: Bill Stinson has been a professional archery coach and sports educator for 30 years. He holds certification from USA Archery (Level 3), National Archery in the Schools trainer and NFAA Elite Coach and has coached national levels competitions. Email: Min 6/Max 12

Dates/Time: Mon-Fri | Aug 14 - 18 | 5:30-7pm
Location: Community Park field at the north entrance
Fee: $65




5475 Maxwelton Road
Langley, WA 98260
Phone, 360.221.5484
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