Puyallup Parks and Recreation

Fall 2018

City of Puyallup Parks and Recreation offering family fun and fitness for all ages through Sports, Recreation classes, Camps, Fitness Center, Senior programming, Special Events and so much more.

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NEW! Mommy/Daddy and Me Jazz Tap Dance Class! See Page 14. p 8 Call To Register 253-841-5457 Youth Programs Chemical Engineering: Mix it Up! Let's mix things up! Chemical engineering is a specialized field of engineering that focus- es on understanding the molecular structure of materials and objects, and relating this knowledge to synthesizing new technology. Chemical engineering has expanded in re - cent years to include subset fields such as nano, materials, and process engineering. Instructor: David Yue, Central Pierce Engineering for Kids Ages: 8-14 When: Wednesdays, September 12- October 17, 6-7:30pm Where: PRC/Cent Fee: $125 Industrial Engineering: A Line Productions Process Engineering! During this class, students use the Engineering Design Process to design, create, test and refine efficient systems for production. Students explore fundamental concepts of indus- trial engineering such as: assembly lines, safety, and stamping, sorting and distrib- uting materials. Students see just how fun and creative industrial engineering can be as they create their own ice cream factory and 3D copies of designs. Instructor: David Yue, Central Pierce Engineering for Kids Ages: 8-14 When: Wednesdays, November 7- December 12, 6-7:30pm Where: PRC/Cent Fee: $125 Aerospace Engineering: Rockets! (One Day Workshop) Learn the basics of rockets! Understand the properties of flight and how they can be modified to propel a rocket. Investigate the overall design components of a rocket, including the nose cone and fin, and how they play a role in the rocket's trajectory and distance. Instructor: David Yue, Central Pierce Engineering for Kids Ages: 8-14 When: Wednesday, October 24, 6-7:30pm Where: PRC/Cent Fee: $30 Minecraft Engineering with LEGO ® Bring Minecraft to life using tens of thousands of LEGO parts! Crate your favorite Minecraft objects with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. Whether you are new to Minecraft and the LEGO building system or a seasoned veteran, you'll be hooked on the endless creative possibilities. Instructor: Play-Well TEKnologies Ages: 5-7 When: Tuesday-Wednesday, December 26-28, 9-12pm Where: PRC/Cent Fee: $99 Minecraft Master Engineering with LEGO ® Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO parts! This project-based camp combines the basic format of our core engineering-themed programs based on the world of Minecraft. Students will explore real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture while building their favorite Minecraft objects. Students will have a blast, even without any prior experience with Minecraft or the LEGO building system. Instructor: Play-Well TEKnologies Ages: 5-12 When: Tuesday-Wednesday, December 26-28, 1-4pm Where: PRC/Cent Fee: $99 Introduction to Ballet This class is perfect for kids looking for a be- ginning class in ballet. Basic steps and moves will be taught in a fun, friendly environment. Pink leather shoes are required for girls; black leather shoes are required for boys. Instructor: Salina Young Ages: 4-6 When: Tuesdays, September 11-October 16 9:30-10:10am Tuesdays, November 6-December 11 9:30-10:10am Where: PRC/CENT Fee: $35, Resident Discount $30 Introduction to Ballet & Tap This multi-discipline class is a great chance for kids to introduced to the skills in ballet and tap dance. Basic steps and moves will be taught in a fun, friendly environment. Pink leather shoes are required for girls; black leather shoes are required for boys. Black tap shoes required. Instructor: Salina Young Ages: 5-7 When: Tuesdays, September 11-October 16 10:15-10:55am Tuesdays, November 6-December 11 10:15-10:55am Where: PRC/CENT Fee: $35, Resident Discount $30

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