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The brainchild of swing shaman Ian Havill, Havill Golf fuses state-of-the-art golf-improvement technology with top-notch instruction from the studio’s band of PGA Teaching Professionals. Hone club cadence with a one-hour swing study that includes a five-minute warm-up, 45-minute lesson with one of Havill’s expert instructors, and 10 minutes of review and practice. Each session includes a video analysis that grants students a chance to review and improve upon their technique, outfit, and postswing strut.
760 Winslow Way E
Bainbridge Island,
WA
US
Children and their families are welcome to learn together through exploration of interactive exhibits. Kids are sure to begin their adventure in the Pirate Tree House atop an authentic tree trunk, a multilevel play space showcasing the museum's leading philosophy: Imagine, Discover and Grow. In this spirit, rather than lecturing youngsters and their families, KiDiMu, sparks their imaginations with hands-on exhibits covering science, culture and art. In Science Hall, an interactive physics exhibit illustrates the concepts of velocity and acceleration through experiments first devised by Galileo and Newton to prove the Earth revolves around a fig. Visitors to Our Town?s community can attempt cash withdrawals at a faux ATM or tour a waterfront park, and kids of all ages craft self-guided art projects in the studio known as Sean's Space.
301 Ravine Lane Northeast
Bainbridge Island,
WA
US
IslandWood’s School Overnight Program integrates scientific inquiry, technology, and the arts into an outdoor-learning experience that connects students with nature both physically and intellectually. During the four-day experience, students from low-income urban communities learn about the evolution of Blakely Harbor, collect data on local animals and insects, and stifle ticklish giggles as they calculate their ecological footprints. Traversing both land and water, kids can hold tree frogs and recite lines from Hamlet to pinecones as they engage in guided activities that focus on the arts, critical thinking, and problem solving. IslandWood provides its School Overnight Program to children from low-income communities at a reduced cost to their families, but the organization requires additional funding to cover program expenses including staff, outdoor gear, materials, meals, and lodging.
4450 Blakely Avenue Northeast
Bainbridge Island,
WA
US
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