Sports in Washington

Admission for One or Two to Northshore Young Life 5K on June 7 (50% Off)

Northshore Young Life

Blyth Park

$50 $25

Proceeds for the 5K help send Northshore area kids to a Young Life Summer camp

Entry for One Adult or a Family of Four to the Back to School Dash (Up to 50% Off)

Back to School Dash

Back to School Dash

$25 $13

8th annual 5K run-walk benefits local school scholarships and ends with a celebration complete with refreshments and vendor booths

$164 for $299 Groupon — NY Snowboarding

Ny Snowboarding

Seattle

$299 $164

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5K Run/Walk for One or Two from Rebuilding Hope, The Sexual Assault Center for Pierce County (54% Off)

Rebuilding Hope, The Sexual Assault Center for Pierce County

Tacoma

$35 $16

Each participant receives a finisher's medal

$23 for $45 Toward Introductory Ski or Snowboard Lesson — Mini Mountain

Mini Mountain

Bel-Red

$45 $23

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Race Registration and Festival Admission for One, Two, or Four to the Sense 5K on June 7 (Up to 52% Off)

Sense 5K

Marymoor Park

$60 $30

Stimulating 5K experience features a DJ spinning EDM tunes, acrobatics, pyrotechnics, special effects, and more

$39 for One Golf-Swing Analysis and Lesson and One Follow-Up Practice Session at Swing Doctors in Kirkland ($120 Value)

Swing Doctors

Kirkland

$120 $39

State-of-the-art video-analysis software unpacks golf swings to target areas for improvement

$29 for Color Me Rad 5K Entry on Saturday, October 4 at Camp Korey at Carnation Farm (Up to $55 Value)

Color Me Rad

Camp Korey at Carnation Farm

$55 $29

Stations placed throughout a looping 5K track lob clouds of colored cornstarch to transform runners' outfits from white to rainbow

$15 for Race Registration for the Heroes for Autism 5K/10K on Saturday, August 30 ($35 Value)

Heroes for Autism 5K/10K

Warren G. Magnuson Park

$35 $15

Help those affected by Autism by participating in the first annual Heroes for Autism 5K

$15 for $30 Worth of Cycle Rentals from Wheel Fun Rentals

Wheel Fun Rentals

Alki

$30 $15

Group and solo pedalers mount bicycles, surreys, and other wheeled contraptions to cruise the 2.5-mile strip of Alki Beach

Six-Week Qi Gong Class for One or Two at The Noble School of Tai Chi & Qi Gong (Up to 63% Off)

The Noble School of Tai Chi & Qigong

Seattle

$200 $79

Qi Gong students engage in physical and mental exercises promoting health & inner balance; practice has similarities to yoga & acupuncture

One or Two Months of Muay Thai Kickboxing or One Month of Beginners' Karate at Alpha Martial Arts (Up to 79% Off)

Alpha Martial Arts

Multiple Locations

$204 $49

Muay thai kickboxing classes help participants shed pounds, as well as learn self-defense; one month of karate comes with semiprivate lesson

One or Two Months of Muay Thai Kickboxing or One Month of Beginners' Karate at Alpha Martial Arts (Up to 79% Off)

Alpha Martial Arts

Multiple Locations

$204 $49

Muay thai kickboxing classes help participants shed pounds, as well as learn self-defense; one month of karate comes with semiprivate lesson

$18 for $70 Worth of Martial-Arts Lessons — Infinity Martial Arts

Infinity Martial Arts

Redeem from Home

$70 $18

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Martial Arts Classes or After-School Program at Rainier Beach Martial Arts Academy (Up to 61% Off). Four Options.

Rainier Beach Martial Arts Academy

Seattle

$100 $39

Kids stay busy after school with structured martial arts program; students of all ages can partake in weekly classes

$10 Buys a Coupon for $50 Toward Beginner Karate Classes for Kids or Adults at Minakami Karate

Minakami Karate

Seattle

$10 $10

For $10, receive a coupon for $50 toward beginner karate classes for kids or adults

One Player or Team Registration from TruAthlete (Up to 62% Off)

TruAthlete

Magnuson Park

$50 $19

Athletes can show off their skills in soccer, flag football, and volleyball during this competition

Paddleboard, Single or Double Kayak Rental from Moss Bay Rowing, Kayaking, Sailing & Paddle Board Center (50% Off)

Moss Bay Rowing, Kayaking, Sailing and Paddle Board Center

South-Lake Union

$38 $19

Two-hour rentals afford adventures through sheltered waters including Lake Union, Washington Park Arboretum, Portage Bay & Union Bay

$199 for Putts and Pints Mini-Golf League Team Registration at Interbay Golf Center ($400 Value)

Interbay Golf Center

Interbay Golf Center

$400 $199

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Teams compete against each other for the best scores during the five-week campaign; there is always a bar on the course for drinks

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Nestled along the shores of Lake Washington, Magnuson Park hosts the Magnuson Series, a monthly medley of running and walking events designed for all skill levels. Each series includes a 5k and a 10k run and walk, as well as a 15k run and a 400-meter dash for kids. In addition, attendees can often participant in marathons, duathlons, and even enroll their pups in doggie dashes. Rather than challenge repeat runners with new courses, the series keeps its same courses every month so racers can measure their improvement. Proceeds from each event go toward the non-profit Club Northwest, as well as various charities dedicated to preserving native plant habitats and green spaces.

951 North 103rd Street
Seattle,
WA
US

Before class bells ring and teachers emerge from their summer hibernation inside school lockers, the Back to School Dash marks the changing of the season with a 5K run-walk around Chehalis. Established in 2007 and sponsored by I-5 Toyota, the popular community event pours all of its proceeds into local school scholarships. After participants cross the finish line, they're free to hang out and relish in their collective accomplishment while sipping refreshments and browsing a variety of vendor booths.

109 North Tower
Centralia,
WA
US

For the Hanke family, it seems like Puget Sound Express has always been part of their lives. Raised in the Puget Sound his entire life, Pete Hanke honed his seafaring abilities alongside his father, Pete Sr. Together, the two started leading weeklong sailing adventures across the Pacific Northwest in 1981 and eventually started whale tours. Today, the business still remains a family affair, with grandparents, children, and grandchildren working side by side. Sherri Hanke, Pete’s wife, feels this is the company's biggest feature. "We have three generations of captains, so there is a wealth of knowledge there."

In addition to their family members, Puget Sound Express's crew is well acquainted with the area's 88 resident killer whales, which naturalists can identify based on their markings and slick leather jackets. Tours also pass into the habitats of other wildlife, often spotting humpbacks, sea birds, and bald eagles. The Hankes' most popular voyage tours the San Juan Islands, pausing at the fishing village of Friday Harbor. According to Sherri, this region is well known for its weather. "We refer to it as the Blue Hole, because it is like this circle of sunlight. It could be raining in Seattle and extremely sunny here."

The Hankes take adventure-seekers out on the M.V. Glacier Spirit, a modern, 70-seat vessel with open-air viewing decks and large windows allowing sightseers unencumbered views. Additionally, an on-board hydrophone listens in on whales' vocalizations to see which songs are currently stuck in their heads.

227 Jackson Street
Port Townsend,
WA
US

Young Life is a Christian ministry with branches around the world, all dedicated to a simple goal: supporting kids throughout the confusions of adolescence. That process hinges on a huge pool of adult mentors willing to hang out with kids on the kids' turf, whether that's soccer practice, the mall, or meetings of the PG-13 Movie Club. The ministry also hosts events, such as weekly parties and summer camps, where kids learn the fundamentals of Christianity along with key leadership and decision-making skills.

PO Box 1859
Woodinville,
WA
US

Despite immigrating to North America, Mestre Curisco and Contra Mestre Lua Branca chose not to leave their native Brazil entirely behind them. The duo founded Capoeira Mal?s?a community-run, non-profit organization?as a way to share Brazilian cultural traditions with the Seattle community. One of these traditions is capoeira: the movement-based Brazilian art form that combines elements of martial arts, music, and dance. At the studio, students build strength, flexibility, while also honing their confidence and self-control during each class. Capoeira is only one of the center's offerings, though. It also features samba classes that introduce attendees to the Afro-Brazilian dance while accompanied by live music.

3100 Airport Way S
Seattle,
WA
US

Developed by USA Football, Pick 6 Sports is way more than just a sports camp. Pick 6 Sports gives its kids the complete experience of what it's like to be a pro?whether wearing official jerseys or spiking the ball in the end-zone before a touchdown dance. Focused on football, courses introduce kids to the sport with basic fundamentals, employing a series of drills by USA Football-certified coaches during no-contact scrimmages. During some games, kids have the opportunity to run onto the field out of a tunnel, while wearing a branded NFL jersey. Pick 6 Sports is also a member of the NFL Flag program and an official licensee of USA Football Fundamentals program.

7201 E Greenlake Dr N
Seattle,
WA
US