Adult Coed Softball League
Come and 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 revisions (rules 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 may sign up online or on paper on
our team roster form. Teams typically play
2 games per evening, for a minimum of 14
games, plus tournament. Teams will have
byes. Games will begin at 6pm.**
Mandatory Team Manager’s meeting on
Tuesday, June 16, at 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 required or provided. Min 2 teams/Max 8 teams. Register your
team by June 12!
Coordinator: Carrie (360) 221-6788; firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Mostly Community Park fields
Dates/Time: Fri* | 6pm, 7:15pm** | Jun 24–Aug 21*
$750† per team, max 20 per roster
*Some games will be scheduled on Tuesdays,
including July 28, plus a tournament on Friday
evening, Aug 21, and Saturday all day, Aug 22.
**Games may be scheduled to start as early as
5:30pm in August, depending upon daylight.
† fee includes sales tax
Click here to view the Adult Softball League game schedule.
Click here to view the Adult Softball League standings.
Join us for a game of volleyball with a great group of people. Enjoy a fun 2-hour workout while playing volleyball, and improving your skills. Participation is at–your–own–risk, and by participating you consent to our standard waiver/release of liability (see registration form).
Location & schedule may vary on South Whidbey School District early release or non-school days. Please check with coordinator for schedule updates.
Dates: Tue, Sep 15—Dec 15
6:30pm — 8:30pm
Location: Langley Middle School Gym
Coordinators: Mike & Amber O’Brien (360) 661-4545.
Adult Drop-In Basketball
Come out and play a pick-up game of basketball with your peers. Refine your skills, get in shape, and Hoop It Up!! These programs are free, but donations are appreciated and support our Youth Basketball Scholarship fund. Participation is at-your-own-risk, and by participating you consent to our standard waiver/Release of liability (see registration form).
Dates: Mon/Wed, Sep 14—Dec 16*
6:30pm — 8:30pm
Location: SW High School Main Gym, Auxiliary Gym or Middle School Gym*
Coordinator: Nick Welles
Fee: FREE but donations accepted
*Schedule & locations vary frequently. Please check with coordinator for schedule updates.
Orienteering for Adults
Land Navigation is Fun!
Orienteering is a fun way to make a sport of learning land navigation using topographical maps of parks or other land. It will be of interest to folks who enjoy maps or reading, and jogging, hiking, or just hobbling around a park. (Canes are fine.)
This course will introduce the basics of 0’, including the history and where 0’ fits in local, regional, national, international organizations. Maps, books, other 0’ gear will be examined. We will look at 0’ sources available online and in particular, learn from maps of the greater Seattle area.
Next, students will go outdoors and actually orienteer (starts at 2 minute intervals) either singly or in pairs (students’ choice) to find control markers within South Whidbey Community Park.
Date: Tue, October 6
Time: 10:30am - 3:00pm
Location: South Whidbey Community Park
Instructor: Harvey Friedman, email: email@example.com
The Body in the Landscape
(Adults 18+ with the ability to hike 2-3 miles)
With movement we will engage with three different landscapes of Whidbey Island. Utilizing Japanese Forest Bathing (Shinrinyoku), poetry and prose (Annie Dillard, Robert Macfarlane, Raymond Carver, Elizabeth Austen, Sherman Alexie), and writing techniques, you will learn how to enhance your time in nature, heal your stressed mind and body, and connect with nature’s medicine.
Wear comfortable, warm clothing you can move and hike in. Please bring a journal, your favorite writing utensil, a small tea cup, and a light snack to have with tea, and water. Green tea will be served.
Session includes all three classes.
Dates/Time/Location: Sat, Sep 26 | 9am - 12:30pm | Dave Mackie Park
AND: Sat, Oct 3 | 1:30pm - 4pm | TBA
AND: Sat, Oct 10 | 1:30pm - 4pm | TBA
Instructor: Lauren Vogel, email:
Fee: $65 for all three classes