Si View Harvest Festival is back on Saturday October
30th. This annual celebration geared towards
families with pre-K to elementary students is filled
with fun activity stations and carnival style games
and prizes. Operating all the activities takes dozens
of volunteers, and we would love for you to
join the fun!
Volunteering at the Si View Harvest Festival is a
pretty fun way to spend a Saturday afternoon, you
can even dress up in a costume (not too scary).
Volunteers will be stationed at Si View Community
Center, attend a brief event training prior to
assignment to an activity station, and spend the
afternoon helping event goers have fun. Ages
13+ are welcome to join our volunteer team and
community service hours are granted. We even
provide a t-shirt!
Contact Ryan Goodman for information, .
Teen Nights offer fun times for 5th-8th graders! Join us for an awesome night of dodgeball, minute to win it style games, 3 on 3 basketball, eating contests, board games, trivia, and so much more! Don't miss out on this youth only event. Snacks available for purchase. Pre-registration is required. Limited space for walk-ins. Activities will vary month to month.
Si View Metro Parks facilitates some of the best programs in the Snoqualmie Valley and we want you join in! Our Counselor in Training Camp is designed to set your child up for success. At CIT Camp we train youth to be strong leaders by teaching them a variety of techniques and skills using a hands on approach. We start the week off by getting to know each other and breaking down the barriers between individuals by having fun, we then begin learning about what it takes to be a leader and then develop an action plan. Participants who have successfully completed our CIT Camp will have the opportunity to apply for a CIT position with our summer camps for the remainder of the summer.
This program trains young people in basic babysitting and home safety skills. Students completing the class will be better prepared to provide a safer and more positive infant/child care experience. Course topics include --parent expectations, basic first aid, home and fire safety, heimlich maneuver, telephone tips, toys and activities and infant care. Participants receive a Babysitting 101 handbook and a course completion certificate. Bring a drink, mid-morning snack, and a sack lunch.
Sno-Valley Youth Council is a group of local middle and high school students that plan and participate in community events and service projects. The more students that are involved, the more we will be able to do! Come meet new friends, have your voice heard, and help make a difference! Joining the group is free. Come connect with peers and make the most of the school year!
Our K-5 before and after school programs housed at Si View Community Center, North Bend Elementary School and Fall City Elementary School have openings for part-time positions. Ideal candidates enjoy working with children, and are knowledgeable about games, sports, arts & crafts and other recreational activities. We offer flexible schedules, training and a great team environment. For more information about current openings, please contact Aimee Wilson .