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Fishin’ Whidbey
Sponsored by The HUB After School Program
Ages 5-17 years, youth under age 12 with an adult

This program is about teaching local youth how to catch salmon from local beaches. Every year Whidbey Island greets major runs of Pink and Silver salmon that can be easily caught from the beach. This program will inspire fishing confidence and independence, as well as empower youth to put a lot of fresh salmon in the freezer. Youth under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult, and parent participation is encouraged.
To Register: Participants first need to obtain a Fishing license and Salmon Catch Record Card. Under 15 years a fishing license is not required and the Salmon Catch Record Card is free. (Available at Ace Hardware, SEBO’s Do-It Center, and Jim’s Hardware). What to Bring: Weather appropriate clothing (layering is best). Salt water fishing gear if you have it. Gear will be provided if you don’t. Snacks and water will be provided.

Dates Either: Saturday | Sep 20 | 2:30–5:30 pm
OR:  Sunday | Sep 21 | 3:00–6:00 pm
Max 30 kids per day. Please register for one day only.
Location: On the beach to the left of the Mutiny Bay Launch Ramp in Freeland.
Instructors: Volunteers from The HUB, The Fishin’ Club of Whidbey Island, and other seasoned anglers. For questions email: TheHUBYouthCentral@whidbey.com
Fee: Free

American Sign Language
For all ages, children accompanied by adult

Come and join our beginners’ American Sign Language class to experience a language unlike any other! Sign language can broaden your communication skills, stimulate your senses, and increase your ability to be expressive. Join this fun class for students, senior citizens losing their hearing, and anyone interested in learning a new language. You’ll learn American Sign Language, which is commonly called ASL, and learn how to sign phrases, cute rhymes, fingerspelling, numbers and the structure of ASL.  Deaf people do not expect perfection, and usually will cheerfully help you correct your mistakes.

Dates: Wed, Oct 8–Oct 29 OR
Wed, Nov 5 - Nov 26
Time: 5:30pm – 6:15pm
Instructor:   Susan Ishikawa, Teacher of Deaf and Severely Hard-of-Hearing has taught for 40 yrs.  She met KOKO the Signing  Gorilla in Palo Alto, Calif.  KOKO was an inspiration to Susan.  Contact: sisoleil973@yahoo.com
Location: Park District Building, 5475 Maxwelton Rd., Room 111 *usually*
Fee: $50

5475 Maxwelton Road
Langley, WA 98260
Phone, 360.221.5484
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