Kids Clubhouse

Play games, create art, watch movies, sample new tech or just hang out with friends. Grades 3-5

Tween Space

Come hang out with your friends for video games, board games, crafts and gadgetry. For grades 6-8.

Passport to the World

Passport to the World is your look into different places and cultures. Hear stories and tales from other counties. Create arts and crafts inspired by different cultures. Dance along to music from all over the globe. Discover games and activities that kids around the world play. Expand your worldview as you discover the world around you.

Meet the Author: Joseph K. Gaydos

SEA Discovery Center - Western WA University presents author of Explore the Salish Sea: a Nature Guide for Kids. Filled with beautiful photography and engaging stories, this book is written for 5th and 6th graders, but will inspire children of any age to explore this beautiful unique marine ecosystem. The SEA Discovery Aquarium exhibits feature local marine life from the Puget Sound and the Salish Sea and includes a replica of a tide pool where visitors can interact with sea stars, sea anemones, and much more.  An adult version of this title, The Salish Sea: Jewel of the Pacific Northwest, will be available for purchase along with the kids' version at local book stores.  Joseph Gaydos will engage with readers and "SeaDoctors" of all ages about the Salish Sea.  He will be available to sign books.    

Sensory Family Movie Night: Brave

Families and children with autism and/or sensory disorders are welcome to join us for a autism-friendly movie night! Children without sensory processing disorders are welcome too. Lights will be slightly up, volume will be slightly down, and kids don't need to remain seated while watching the movie. There will be lots of manipulatives to keep little hands busy.​ 

Sensory Family Movie Night: The Princess and the Frog

Families and children with autism and/or sensory disorders are welcome to join us for a autism-friendly movie night! Children without sensory processing disorders are welcome too. Lights will be slightly up, volume will be slightly down, and kids don't need to remain seated while watching the movie. There will be lots of manipulatives to keep little hands busy.​ 

Sensory Family Movie Night: Frozen

Families and children with autism and/or sensory disorders are welcome to join us for a autism-friendly movie night! Children without sensory processing disorders are welcome too. Lights will be slightly up, volume will be slightly down, and kids don't need to remain seated while watching the movie. There will be lots of manipulatives to keep little hands busy.​ 

Friday STEM

Explore mathematics, robots, science, and design through hands on activities monthly.  Planned and led with help from teen volunteers.

STEM Saturday

Come and learn about a variety of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics-related topics. We will be inquiring, examining, building, tinkering, and problem-solving every week on the way to becoming Citizen Scientists and lifelong explorers. January 5: "Camouflage: the Wide World of Natural Disguises" January 12: "The Migrators of the Olympic Peninsula" January 19: "Take a Lichen to It: Lichen science and dyeing" January 26: "Water to Live By: Water Monitoring in Sinclair Inlet" February 2: "Trivia: Young Naturalists Edition" February 9: "Natural Navigations: Wayfinding Using the Natural World" February 16: "Citizen Science: Backyard Bird Count" February 23: "The Rockin' PNW: A Geological History"

Bird Feeder Builder Bash

School-agers will enjoy a program designed to get kids excited about the natural world in their own backyards. Children will learn about native birds, their habitats, and what they eat before making a simple bird feeder that can be used in the Backyard Bird Count or to give to a friend to wish them Flappy Holidays!

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