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  • "Auburn's Amazing Art" Geocaching Adventure! - This is the perfect adventure for those looking for a fun reason to get outside, explore new parts of Auburn, and see some great art along the way! This great geocaching guides participants in finding five works of Public Art around Auburn. I-phone or I-pad users can download the FREE Adventure Lab app to start their adventure!
  • Auburn's LUCKY YOU virtual 5K - let the shenanigans begin! Another virtual 5K to keep you moving! Participation is FREE and prizes are available. During a time convenient for you, between March 16 - 21, walk/run/jog/bike a 5K. Post your photo(s) within the event or email us (by noon on March 22) for your chance to win some great swag! Will you be a lucky winner?
  • Auburn's Dog Trot 3K/5K virtual Fun Run - this annual run is being planned as virtual. If conditions allow, it may be shifted to in-person. Registration is available for $18/person and includes T-Shirt, full-color race bib and participation medal. Remaining virtual is an option. Domestic shipping is available for $5/packet. 

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  • Baseball - baseball and fastpitch seasons are fast approaching! Get ready with The Ripken Experience
  • Soccer - work on your soccer skills at home, in your back yard or in your local park. Let the on-line soccer academy guide you.
  • Cheerleading - step-by-step dance tutorial; an easy pom cheer routine!
  • Virtual Basketball Skills - free basketball training program. Most skills and drills can be done at home or outside using a hoop. You may need a partner for some training. Enjoy and get prepared for your next basketball season! 
  • Volleyball - improve your volleyball skills while you are stuck at home. At-home skills that you can do without a partner or a net.
  • 60-second Physical Activity Challenge - not interested in team sports? Try these at-home challenges that allow you to track your improvement.
  • Basketball - intense at-home dribbling workout with L.A. Lakers assistant coach
  • Tennis - 15-minute at-home workout
  • Cheerleading - 17-minutes of full-body conditioning 
  • Golf - full-body golf workout to prepare your game

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  • Follow the Auburn Senior Activity Center on Facebook for more activities, virtual games and information!
  • NEW! Walk with Ease (PDF) - new class starts March 22! Class meets virtually for 6 weeks. Classes held 3 days per week at 9:00 AM. Only $5. Register HERE.
  • Craft Club - March 4 at 2:00 PM on ZOOM.  Upcycle old magazines into gift bags. FREE kit available. Call 253-931-3016 to register. 
  • St. Patrick's Day Drive-Thru Lunch - Wednesday, March 17. RSVP required. Call 253-931-3016 to RSVP.
  • SAIL with Abby - SAIL is a strength, balance and fitness program for adults age 50 and older. Join Auburn Parks' instructor Abby for this 60-minute class. 
    • SAIL via ZOOM - Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM. While this program has already begun, we are still accepting new registrations. Register Online for SAIL.
  • Footcare (PDF) - One-to-one footcare appointments are back. Mondays, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
  • Mindful Mondays on Zoom (PDF) - Mondays at 11:00 AM.
  • Virtual Happy Hour with Senior Center Staff - Join the staff Tuesdays at 4:00 PM.
    Use Meeting ID: 880 1830 8114 and Password: 723459, or by phone: 253-215-8782
  • Senior Center Weekly Zoom Virtual Game - Join us on Wednesdays at 11:00 AM for a new game each week! 
    Use Meeting ID: 897 2592 4956 and Password: 530663.
  • Close To Home Virtual Series - A new series of on-line events, featuring information and resources for older people. Offered select Thursdays at 10:30 AM. Click the link for the speaker schedule.
  • King County Veterans Program (PDF) - phone consultations on Thursdays, from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM.
  • Fridays Support Group - join the group on Fridays from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM. Are you experiencing changes in your support system or routine? Experiencing anxiety, sadness or uncertainty? You are not alone. Call Jennifer at 253-288-3146 to register.
  • Senior Lunch Options (PDF) - Seniors have the option of picking up a lunch by driving through the drop-off/pick-up area at the Senior Activity Center. 
  • Silver & Fit - 30-minute live workout, every weekday at 10:00 AM.
  • Gentle Chair Yoga - a 25-minute gentle class that is chronic pain friendly.
  • SAIL with Grace
  • Feel Good Stretching Routine - relaxing cool-down stretch workout.
  • Zoom Directions - easy-to-follow directions to help you successfully use Zoom.

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  • Winter Brain Break - Create your own photo studio with the White River Valley Museum. Instructions, helpful info for adults, links to great books and more!
  • Winter Brain Break - fun activities to learn about Sustainability! 
  • Black in the Valley - the White River Valley Museum's NEW on-line exhibit. Learn more about the early history of Black residents in the White River Valley.
  • Virtual Story Club with KCLS - Thursday, March 4 at 4:00 PM. This program is for ages 7+. Join Ms. Robbin and White River Valley Museum Educator Ashley Rust to hear and discuss the story 'Cromwell Dixon's Sky-Cycle' by John Abbot Nez. Click HERE to register by 3:00 PM on March 4. 
  • Brain Teasers - try some clever puzzles and brainteasers 
  • How to Learn Ventriloquism - follow these few simple steps to learn the art of making a figure or a 'dummy' look like it's talking.
  • Collaborate with Music Friends - stuck at home and can't meet up? Check out this fun site for music collaboration.
  • Interactive Vocal Warm-ups - need something to get the blood flowing; the mind going? If you enjoy singing; you'll enjoy this!
  • For Kids: Why do I Have to Wear a Face Mask? - this animated video helps young children understand how face masks can keep them and their loved ones safe against the spread of COVID-19.
  • Virtual Field Trip to the Mary Olson Farm - We have a series of five short videos focusing on the site's history, animals at the farm, the weaving shed and more. These videos are designed for lower elementary aged students and align best with first grade learning standards. 
  • Auburn Symphony Orchestra - Learn from Home series and Education Resources 
  • Puppet Theater - create a simple puppet theater from a cardboard box. Kids will enjoy coloring and customizing their theater!
  • DIY Finger Puppets - you'll need some cute puppets to go along with the theater you created!
  • #SquadGoals is a new on-line exhibit from the White River Valley Museum celebrating the centennial of Women's Suffrage. 
  • Virtual Marine Biology Camp - Several episodes available to learn about whales, dolphins and other marine life.
  • Geocaching - A high-tech treasure hunt using GPS. There's over 900 hidden in Auburn! If you're up for a family challenge, try our Valley Cities Geotour. Find 10 caches each in Auburn, Kent, Renton and Maple Valley and receive a coin (while supplies last).
  • History At Home Scavenger Hunt - The White River Valley Museum staff put together this fun hunt! Are you able to find modern versions of these items at home?
  • Auburn Parks Word Search (PDF) - Hide & Seek! Find your favorite Auburn Parks!

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