The Point Roberts Park and Recreation District is gearing up for an action-packed summer with a range of exciting activities and opportunities for residents of all ages to enjoy. The district has just opened registration for Kids Camp, and early sign-ups are encouraged to assist counselors in their planning efforts. Running from Monday to Friday, July 10-28, Kids Camp is for children aged six to 12. Parents will need to pick up their kids for lunch each day, as the camp consists of both a morning and afternoon session.
The district is actively seeking individuals interested in working as counselors or volunteering to share their skills and crafts with the campers. To register a child, visit prparkandrec.org/kids-camp.
Those eager to explore the bay this summer can make use of the park district’s supply of kayaks and paddle boards. Eight paddleboards can be found at Maple Beach, located at the corner of Bayview Drive and Roosevelt Way and six kayaks are stored at Lighthouse Park. Lifejackets and paddles are also available at each location. To use the kayaks and paddle boards, residents need to read and sign a rules and safety waiver, which can be found at prparkandrec.org/kayak. Proof of residence is required. For safety the equipment must be checked out by two people who are using the buddy system. Kayaks must be reserved in advance, and paddle boards are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The park district has created a survey for feedback, ideas and suggestions from all residents. Access the survey at form.jotform.com/231305248387053.
The survey must be completed before July 5. For those who prefer a paper version, copies of the survey can be found at the community center.
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