We offer a variety of course options for adults by experienced instructors ready to help you reach your personal goals! Recreation programs are a great way to meet new people, learn and practice new skills and learn about our community.
Have a story to tell? Writing workshops are open to beginning and advanced writers. Workshops will implement prompts, tricks of the trade, workshopping of drafts and examination of revision tactics aiding in the culmination of completed stories. Train and unleash your writing voice, and let those stories flow!
Looking for help learning how to better use your phone, computer, or tablet? The Snoqualmie Valley Youth Council is happy to present: Senior Tech Night!
The Youth Council is a group of tech savvy teens ready to help the community. This is a free event, but please pre-register. Bring your device and technology related questions.
Join our local driving instructor for a classroom session on safe driving! We will discuss winter driving, handling emergencies, updates in law changes involving driving, recent concerns in the driving world, and have special guest from the state patrol and Snoqualmie PD to help answer all your questions. Please bring questions! This course is for drivers new and old. Everyone 16 and up can always learn more to be a better driver and make our roads safer.
Instructor: John Gibson
Want to learn to dance? For weddings, cruises, taverns/clubs, or parties? Or, heard that learning to dance is good for your body, your brain, and your spirit? We have options! Learn slow partner dancing with Foxtrot and Waltz basics, where partners are recommended but not required. Join Line Dance (solo) to exercise to fun music while learning the dance steps and movement. Goals if each class is to have fun and learn basics in a safe not-critical environment. Each class is 45 minutes long. and non-sticky-soled shoes and casual dress recommended.
Instructor: Cris Coffing
Come join the fun in adult tap and let yourself go in this beginning/intermediate class welcome to all ages. Learn the basic steps and rhythm, travelling steps and shuffles. Wear comfortable clothing and bring your tap shoes. Registration is required.