Things To Do In Woodinville


$159for Four-Day Baseball and Softball Summer Camp at Rijo Athletics ($200Value). Four Sessions Available.

Rijo Athletics

Rijo Athletics

Kids age 7–13 develop baseball and softball skills while learning the importance of sportsmanship and cooperation

$200 $159

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2.5-Hour Aerial-Adventure-Park Package from Adventura (Up to 51% Off). Three Options Available.

Adventura

Woodinville Wine Country

Scale a 50-foot cargo net, balance high in the air, and zoom down a zipline; taste wines or take home a T-shirt

$100 $49

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$87 for a French Classical Cuisine Cooking Class at Edge of Seattle Cooking ($150 Value)

Edge of Seattle Cooking

Woodinville, WA

Executive chef guides students in the creation of a classical French three-course dinner

$150 $87

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One Month of Unlimited Martial Arts Classes at West Family Martial Arts (Up to 91% Off). Two Options Available.

West Family Martial Arts

Woodinville

Kids learn healthy habits and values such as respect and discipline, and adults don new uniforms before learning self-defense techniques

$220 $19

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$24 for $50 Worth of Martial Arts — Jungyae Complete Martial Art

Jungyae Complete Martial Art

Jungyae Complete Martial Art

From the merchant: Training tomorrow’s leaders today; intensive classes taught by Grand Master and maximum of eight students per class

$50 $24

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One, Two, Three, or Four Private Horseback-Riding Lessons at Paradise Stables Riding Academy (Up to 52% Off)

Paradise Stables Riding Academy

Paradise Stables Riding Academy

Students of all skill levels saddle up and learn riding techniques during private lessons

$65 $32

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$280 for a PADI Open Water Diver Certification Course at Bubbles Below ($599 Value)

Bubbles Below

Downtown Woodinville

Course combines classroom learning with dives to certify participants to dive without a professional

$599 $280

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Beer Flights and Growler Fills for One, Two, or Four at Brickyard Brewing (Up to 53% Off)

Brickyard Brewing

Brickyard Brewing

Sip eight craft-beer samples during tastings before filling up a growler you already own or one you purchased for 20% off

$22.50 $12

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Four Weeks of Beginner Karate Classes with Uniforms for One or Two from Kids Love Martial Arts (Up to 89% Off)

Kids Love Martial Arts - Seattle

Multiple Locations

Instructors teach kids the fundamentals of karate, helping them build discipline and strength while releasing pent-up energy

$199 $25

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$15 for Wine-Tasting for Two Plus $10 Towards Wine at Ancestry Cellars ($42 Value)

Ancestry Cellars

Warehouse District

Sample vintages such as the 2011 Reserve Cabernet made with grapes grown in Washington

$42 $15

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$49 for One Month of PiYo Live Fitness Classes at Peak Performance Coaching (Up to $125 Value)

Peak Performance Coaching

Town Center

45-minute classes combine the movements of Pilates and yoga for a low-impact method of sculpting and toning

$125 $49

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  • Drama Kids International Seattle
    Teaching life skills as much as stage skills, Drama Kids' curriculum helps kids ages 3–18 learn how to express themselves, while fostering creative thinking and boosting self-esteem. Prepare your proto-adult for later-life triumphs such as winning an Oscar or fast-talking their way out of a questionable real-estate deal with Drama Kids' programs. Kids in the Lower Primary drama program, for ages 5–8, will further refine their vocal delivery and hone their social skills, interacting with classmates through the art of theater. In the Upper Primary program, for ages 9–11, students will explore more complex components of acting, such as speech, movement, and improvisation. Preschool Workshops, for tots ages 3–4, encourage imaginative thinking through in-school field trips, and the KinderKids program, for ages 4–5, develops a lasting enthusiasm for expressive activity. Advanced thespians, ages 12–18, can perfect their soliloquies in DKI Acting Academy. All these programs run for 12 weeks with one class per week, and the $30 option under this Groupon is good for a four-week trial during one of these sessions. Check the schedule for more information.
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    17401 133rd Ave NE
    Woodinville, WA US
  • Gymnastic Connection
    Established: 2003 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 11?25 people Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours Brands Used: USA gymnastics Pro Tip: Be sure to call and register for the correct level of class ahead of time, as space is limited. Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Gymnastics Recommended Age Group: All Ages Q&A with Kimberly Smothermon, Coach And Owner When and how did you first develop a passion for your work? I started gymnastics when I was young and then started coaching, as I loved the sport and didnt want to leave it. I opened my own gym 11 years ago and have loved working with children. We are a non-competitive gym because I feel, after competing myself as a child, that too many hours in the gym isn't healthy. But gymnastics is a great sport. It helps in every other sport and is fun. What is one fun, unusual fact about your business? That we are a non-competitive gym with seven Exhibition teams that perform at schools. The teams ... range in age from five years old through High School. What special training do you or your staff have? Myself and several staff members are USA gymnastics members and have been to USA national congress several times. [We are] also first aid and CPR certified. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? Our gym is a fun, and we teach in a loving and fun atmosphere. We love all children regardless of their age, size, or skill level.
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    2720 Colorado Street
    Longview, WA US
  • Get In The Wild
    Though he once dreamed of becoming an astronaut, Christopher Hagedorn instead found his passion on the Earth; he's worked as a geotechnical engineer, national forest hydrologist, wilderness leadership instructor and outdoor adventure guide. After roaming the country on more than 30 extended wilderness trips, he came to rest in the North Cascade Mountains where he leads adventure day trips and wilderness-skills classes. He and his team of experienced guides lead explorers of all ages on Family Adventure Backpacking trips to secluded and mostly unknown destinations, tackling rocky beaches, mountain hillsides, and coniferous forests. On mountaineering trips, Get In The Wild shows groups how to traverse North Cascades National Park's rugged peaks, roaring waterfalls, and glaciers without having to arm-wrestle bears for passage. Canyoneering trips explore the Dirty Devil and Robber's Roost Wilderness, which got its name from the pack of outlaws traveling with Butch Cassidy and the Wildbunch Gang; more recently, Aron Ralston's ordeal and rescue, portrayed in the 2010 movie 127 Hours. During trips, groups will b navigating historic sandstone cliffs, rocky domes, and winding canyons; and give photographers the chance to focus their lenses on the wilderness of Southern Utah. Throughout their adventures, the guides keep their charges fueled with gourmet camp food, preparing vegetarian, vegan, and kosher options upon request. They also lead classes in backpacking, glacier climbing, snow camping, canyoneering and wilderness leadership to help adventurers blaze their own trails.
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    13110 NE 177th Pl.
    Woodinville, Washington US
  • Finn Hill Winery
    Rob Entrekin's transformation from biomedical engineer to professional winemaker began with a simple question: what makes a wine taste great? This question birthed Finn Hill Winery's small-production wine philosophy. With an emphasis on detail and quality, each single-varietal, single-vineyard red or white wine comes with a distinct terroir. Within the community is the neighboring Convergence Zone Cellars. Using grapes from premium Red Mountain AVA vineyards, winemaker Scott Greenmaker produces 950 annual cases of renowned red blends, Malbec, and white varietals. Guests can also partake in some of CZ's newer offerings, such as a Red Mountain Pinot Gris, Cabernet Sauvignon, and a Mourvedre-Syrah blend. Woodinville is also home to Kaella Winery. With grapes from Ciel du Cheval Vineyard, Kaella produces 500 annual cases of hand-crafted signature red wines. In addition to a small number of area stores and restaurants, guests can partake in the family-owned winery's selections at their tasting room. Bottles are also available for purchase online.
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    18800 142nd Ave
    Woodinville, WA US
  • Rijo Athletics
    Rijo Athletics?founded by former Mets player, current St. Louis Cardinals scout, and the author of the popular Creating Winning Relationship Through Sports Jose Rijo-Berger?helps baseball and softball players, teams, and coaches polish up their craft with a variety of skill drills, camps, and hands-on practice sessions at reasonable prices. Pitchers perfect not only their form and speed, but also their techniques for reducing injury risk, and batters develop their own unique swing pattern in the state-of-the-art batting cages, whether they're a power hitter, contact hitter, or telekinetic hitter. Batting cages are 20 feet high and 15 feet wide with white tops for maximum performance fit for baseball, fast pitch, and slow pitch softball, and simulated video pitching system ProBatter help fast pitch and softball pitchers hone their delivery. Players perform their feats of athleticism in one of eight indoor batting cages and on a full sized outdoor field turf field.
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    22620 State Rte. 9 SE
    Woodinville, WA US
  • Gard-Vintners
    When Josh Lawrence joined his father and uncle to work the land the Lawrence family had farmed for nearly a half-century, he wanted the fruits of his labor to be tasted in a glass. So they began Lawrence Vineyards in 2003 with just one block of vines and a single garden gnome for security in the sunny Frenchman Hills bearing the family's name. From there, the planting and production flourished, and today more than a dozen varieties of grapes populate nearly 125 acres of land. For the Lawrences, Gård Vintners was the natural next step, and a host of award-winning wines followed. Today, they invite visitors into their two tasting rooms to sample a variety of wines, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Riesling, and refreshing Rosé with notes of strawberry jam and fresh herbs. Guests may also purchase bottles of their favorite varietal or enjoy glasses of Gard Vintners wine at restaurants throughout the area.
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    19151 144th Ave. NE
    Woodinville, WA US

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