Activities in Bonney Lake

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  • Sumner Taekwondo
    Owner and black-belt Donna Middendorf of Sumner Taekwondo Academy leads a team of instructors who share their expertise in Korean hand-to-hand combat with kids and adults. And while the classes spend time with the more martial aspects of the art, they're really not about fighting. For Donna and the team, Taekwondo promotes peace through learning self-respect and gaining confidence—it's the heart of the discipline. At the same time, the instructors help students hone their punching and kicking skills and they engage with their peers in safe, supervised sparring sessions and fully-padded staring contests.
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    15715 Main St. E
    Sumner, WA US
  • Lake Tapps Gymnastics Center
    Brent Phelps loves gymnastics and, at Lake Tapps Gymnastics Center, he's made a careers out of sharing that love with aspiring competitors of all ages. Students as young as one year old work on gross motor skills during class, while older kids learn how to cartwheel across a balance beam, fly over the vault, swing around uneven bars, and leap across the floor. And when classes are not in session, the center hosts birthday parties, where kids navigate obstacle courses before celebrating with a slice of the traditional birthday cauliflower.
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    20800 Washington 410
    Bonney Lake, WA US
  • Washington Midsummer Renaissance Faire
    A gypsy rides through the crowd while standing upon two horses. Following behind him are more members of his troupe, who do backflips off their steeds and then regale spectators by juggling and breathing clouds of fire. Performed by the seventh-generation acrobats of Cavallo Equestrian Arts, this spectacle?called Ma'Ceo?often draws standing-room-only crowds during the Washington Midsummer Renaissance Faire. It's these kinds of glimpses into the Elizabethan era that fulfill the mission of bringing a bygone Europe to life. Turning the Kelley Farm into the Village of Merriwick, entertainers of all types, from courtiers to peasants, engage fairgoers with a range of acts. Flanked by her entourage, Queen Elizabeth travels through the streets, perhaps on her way to watch the jousters compete for her phone number, or perhaps to watch sprightly performers such as the piccolo puppet players or The Dread Crew of Oddwood, who play "mahogany metal"?a mix of hard rock, Celtic punk, and traditional Irish tunes. Elsewhere, merchants peddle their wares to passersby, talking up goods such as hand-forged weapons and roasted turkey legs. Camel rides and bubble-filled buckets cater to kids, and adults can duck into two alehouses where quick-witted wenches pour draft microbrews and ciders. For guests who want to spend the whole weekend immersed in the festivities, organizers reserve a section of the grounds for tent and RV camping.
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    20021 Sumner-Buckley Highway
    Bonney Lake, WA US

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