FALL FESTIVAL at CAMP KOREY – Free Hay Rides / Pick a Pumpkin / Farm Animals

Join us October 17 – 19, 2014 to celebrate the fall season!

10:00a – 4:00p

Bring the whole family for a fun-filled day on the beautiful Camp Korey campus at our annual Fall Festival. Along with family-friendly activities like hay rides and s’more making, visitors will have the chance to learn more about Camp Korey’s sustainable organic farming. Admission is free.

The day’s activities will include:

  • Hay Rides
  • Pick-a-Pumpkin
  • Farm Animals
  • Family Activities
  • Organic Produce
  • Farm to Table concessions direct from the Camp Korey garden

Enjoy Camp Korey’s Fall Festival activities and hayrides free of charge. Pumpkins and concessions have nominal fees that support the ongoing mission of Camp Korey. No outside food or beverages please. Though we love animals at Camp Korey we kindly ask you to leave your furry friends at home.

Fall Festival Menu

Assorted Breakfast Pastries
Lunch Items

  • Garden Squash Soup
  • Beecher’s Grilled cheese on Essential Baking Bread
  • BBQ Smoked Pulled Pork Sandwich with Garden Slaw

Beverages

  • Water
  • Cider
  • Hot Chocolate
  • Coffee

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Location: 

Camp Korey
28901 N.E. Carnation Farm Road
Carnation WA 98014

For information regarding booking a group tour, please contact:

Sheryl Watts
swatts@campkorey.org
(425) 503 – 1031

For information regarding volunteering, please contact:

Janelle Kitson
jkitson@campkorey.org
(425) 844-3278

Free Reiki Share – Issaquah Library – Meeting Room – This Sunday

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This month’s free Reiki share that’s kids and special needs friendly will be held at the Issaquah Library(10 W Sunset Way, Issaquah)in their Meeting Room, on Sunday, October 12th, from 1:30pm to 3:30pm.R

Hope to see you there.
Thanks,
Mari and Nolan

FUN FREE THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND 9/6 – 9/7 IN SEATTLE & SURROUNDING COUNTIES

Who knows how much longer we have to the chilly temps and bad weather set in. Weather should be perfect this weekend all over Seattle and Northern counties. If you didn’t get a chance to get out last weekend, like myself(due to last-minute back to school shopping), it will be ideal temps all over and sunny. Here is somethings that will be happening:

9/6/2014 *SATURDAY*

PUGET SOUND BIRD FEST : (EDMONDS)Guided bird watching and nature walks, speakers, exhibits (Sept. 6), field trips on land and water, kids’ activities (Sept. 6) and more. No dogs. Various hours Sept. 6-7, see detailed schedule online. Some activities require a fee and/or pre-registration.

PAWSWALK: (REDMOND)5K walk with or without a dog benefits PAWS. Kids’ zone, vendors, food and more. 8 a.m. registration, 10 a.m. walk. event is FREE, but they are accepting donations.

RANIER BEACH: (SEATTLE)Enjoy art, dance, food, family activities and music, including a performance from Fly Moon Royalty.

SEATTLE ARTS MUSEUM PRESENTS FAMILY FESTIVAL ~ SALMON RETURN CELEBRATION:         (OLYMPIC SCULPTURE PARK – SEATTLE): Celebrate the return of the salmon and learn about Native American cultures. Find out how to care for our planet with earth-friendly art making, fantastic family tours, exciting live performances and more.

TOUCH-A-TRUCK: (TACOMA)Kids can get an up-close look at a variety of big trucks, including emergency, public works, parks department, school district and military vehicles. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., noon to 1 p.m. is no horns. FREE, canned food donations welcomed. Free on-site document shredding.

NEWCASTLE DAYS: (NEWCASTLE) Celebrate the city’s 20th anniversary with a parade, community information, food, kids’ activities, pony rides, petting zoo, car show, entertainment and more.

MUKILTELO LIGHTHOUSE FESTIVAL: MULKILTEO Vendors, food, entertainment, children’s activities, kids’ fishing derby (8 to 10 a.m. Sept. 6) children’s parade (10:30 a.m. Sept. 6), grand parade (10:45 a.m. Sept. 6), fireworks (dusk Sept. 6) and more. 3 to 10 p.m. Sept. 5, 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sept. 6, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 7. No on-site parking; shuttles from Kamiak High School and Olympic View Middle School.

9/7/2014 *SUNDAY*

PUGET SOUND BIRD FEST : (EDMONDS)Guided bird watching and nature walks, speakers, exhibits (Sept. 6), field trips on land and water, kids’ activities (Sept. 6) and more. No dogs. Various hours Sept. 6-7, see detailed schedule online. Some activities require a fee and/or pre-registration.

EDMONDS CLASSIC CAR SHOW: (EDMONDS) Classic car show and entertainment all day, plus kids’ activities like making and racing a pinewood car.

CAST OFF: FREE PUBLIC SAILING (LAKE UNION -SEATTLE) BE SURE TO GET THERE EARLY, WITH IT BEING SUNNY TOMORROW IT WILL FILL UP FAST, WHEN WE DO THIS EVENT WE ALWAYS TRY TO GET THERE AT 9:00AM!!! Our Cast Off! program allows visitors the chance to sail in classic boats. The boats we use include: Admirable, a Bristol Bay Gillnetter; Amie, a Friendship sloop; Colleen Wagner, an Egret Sharpie; our long-boat Discovery, our New Haven Sharpie Betsy D, or a visiting classic. Before and after your sail take a walk on the docks and discover the boats. Watch the volunteer crews rigging the boats. They’ll be happy to answer any question you might have, and you may even have a chance to help with the rigging! Rides start throughout the day and last about 45 minutes. Sign-ups begin in person at 10 a.m.; space is limited and rides fill quickly. Arrive early to ensure your first choice, especially on sunny days and holidays. One person may sign up five other people who are not present, but no phone reservations are accepted. All ages are welcome and we have life jackets for everyone. We sail rain or shine, but wind conditions may keep us at the dock.

ARTS A GLOW LANTERN FESTIVAL:(BURIEN) Lantern making, lantern procession at dusk, face painting, live music, performers, food trucks, dance party and more! Bring shakers or bells for the procession.

MUKILTELO LIGHTHOUSE FESTIVAL: MULKILTEO Vendors, food, entertainment, children’s activities, kids’ fishing derby (8 to 10 a.m. Sept. 6) children’s parade (10:30 a.m. Sept. 6), grand parade (10:45 a.m. Sept. 6), fireworks (dusk Sept. 6) and more. 3 to 10 p.m. Sept. 5, 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sept. 6, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 7. No on-site parking; shuttles from Kamiak High School and Olympic View Middle School.