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  • The Golf Club At Newcastle
    What makes it great: 350-acre property with a massive hilltop clubhouse; two 18-hole courses, one of which was designed with input from Fred Couples; signature hole with its green perched atop a rocky waterfall
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    15500 6 Penny Ln
    Newcastle, WA US
  • Strides for Strong Bones
    The Washington Osteoporosis Coalition (WOC) is raising awareness of the impact of osteoporosis on the people and health care workers of Washington state. Through education, communication, and public activity, WOC aims to reduce the number of broken bones and medical problems caused by osteoporosis and brittle bones.
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    P.O. Box 92
    Mercer Island, WA US
  • GoFly Water Aviation
    Some of us will never know what it's like to have superpowers, but a day spent at GoFly Water Aviation offers a glimpse into the magic of human flight. By harnessing water-jet propulsion, GoFly's equipment gives aquatic pilots the power to soar up to 30 feet above the surface with enough control to perform flips and twists or dive into the water with the same speed and grace as a caffeinated dolphin. GoFly's futuristic, airborne vessels take three forms: the flyboard, the Jetovator, and the hoverboard. All three of these vehicles derive their skygrazing power from a jet stream of high-pressure water attached via a long hose. For the flyboards, the streams shoot out from a pair of boots strapped to the feet, forcing pilots to maintain balance?and execute tricks?by flexing their legs. A trip on the Jetovator, by contrast, is like riding a flying motorcycle: after straddling the bicycle-like contraption, pilots steer with a handlebar as a rear jet provides enough thrust to sail through the air. Lastly, the hoverboard is like surfing above the waves; its surfboard-like platform shoots out water to lift a person high into the air, where they can execute tricks and accelerate to speeds of up to 25 MPH. For all of these adventures, GoFly offers photo and video packages, letting thrill-seekers relive their experience in HD footage instead of hiring an old Greek poet to narrate the tale every time.
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    2040 84th Ave. SE
    Mercer Island, WA US
  • Riviera Community Club
    Established: 1966 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 2?10 people Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Executive golf course, lake-side dining Recommended Age Group: All ages Pro Tip: Be sure to purchase your ferry tickets to Anderson Island ahead of time for a stress-free trip. Though just a 20-minute ferry ride from the mainland, Puget Sound's Anderson Island is nonetheless a world away. It has few roads, no stoplights, and a single general store, but also plenty of reasons to stay. The 8-mile island, the sound's southernmost, brims with wildlife and scenery provided by rugged, untouched terrain and Mt. Rainier jutting from the horizon. The Riviera Community Club provides just enough civilization with its nine-hole golf course, tennis courts, campground, and 22-slip private marina. It also boasts a lakeside restaurant with picturesque views.
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    11016 Country Club Drive
    Anderson Island, WA US
  • King Aquatic Club
    King Aquatic Club trains its swimmers to move through the water like fish with lessons for students of all skill levels. During initial lessons, swimmers grow acquainted to the pool, learning how to float and paddle. As they progress through the classes, students acquire new skills, training in specific strokes and adopting proper form. Then, at the highest levels, the club's swimmers have won gold in national competitions and competed on Olympic teams.
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    8326 Avalon Drive
    Mercer Island, WA US
  • Discover the Northwest Tours
    The options for two and three people can be combined to fill a single room with up to six travelers. All trips include the following:
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    8236 Southeast 24th Street
    Mercer Island, WA US

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