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    Outdoor Activities:

    Seattle Aquarium:
    Beach naturalist program, explore our local beaches and learn about marine life. Check out web for locations and times:  http://www.seattleaquarium.org/beach-naturalist 

    Spray Parks: On a hot day, find a free spray park and cool down.
    For locations: www.parentmap.com/article/great-spray-parks-in-the-seattle-area 

    Seattle Astronomical Society: Hosts monthly star gazing parties at Green Lake in Seattle and Paramount Park in Shoreline.  For more information: 
    http://www.seattleastro.org/events  

    Skate Like a Girl: Free drop-in skateboarding instruction programs around Seattle over the summer for ages 12 and under.  Ballard Bowl: Saturdays June 16-July 7th 10am to 12pm 

    Everett Aqua Sox: Buy general admission tickets for $7 and see a game played in an open-air stadium.  

    Mariners Game Tickets: Value Game Seats for $15 

    Pike Place Market: A sensory circus of flying fish, and perfectly piled nectar-ines. Check out free events: www.pikeplacemarket.org 

    Ballard Farmers Market: Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Ballard Avenue Northwest between 22nd Avenue 

    Hiram M. Chittenden Locks: Take a free guided tour May 1-Sept. 30 (1 and 3 p.m. Monday-Friday, 11 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m. Saturday-Sunday).  At 2 p.m. on summer Saturdays and Sundays, hear free band concerts. On Sundays, even parking is free. 3015 N.W. 54th St., Seattle; 206-783- 7059 

    Community Centers: Free teen programs, such as teen late night, service learning opportunities, computer access, hikes and more.    Check out the Free Teen Program at Loyal Heights: free field trips, camping, festivals, and bowling/swimming once a week.  Summer end is a field trip to Wild Waves.  

    Boys and Girls Clubs: free summer drop in programs and occasional field trips around the city. 

    Indoor Activities:

    Seattle Museums: free admission on certain days of the week: check out their web site https://www.parentmap.com/article/visit-seattle-area-museums-for-
    free
     

    Museum of Flight: Free tours every first Thursday of the month. Teens can sign up for Connections, a free membership for ages 5-18.  Membership 
    guides participants through free aerospace and aviation opportunities. 
    http://www.museumofflight.org/Education/Explore-programs/connections 

    Library: Summer programs offer all types of free programs/service learning 
    opportunities for teens. Theme for 2018 is “Make a Splash”.  For more infor-mation: www.spl.org/summeroflearning.  Summer program launches June 15, 2018. Note:  Libraries also offer free museums passes if you have a library 
    card. For more information: http://www.spl.org/library- collection/museum-pass

    Gage Art Academy: Free “Friday Nights Teen Art Studio” from 6:30-9:30. For more information, call 206.323.4243 or http://www.gageacademy.org/
    teenartstudios/

    Summer Movie Express Program: Regal Thornton Stadium Movie Theater located at Northgate will show family movies for only $1 on Tuesdays and 
    Wednesdays mornings starting at 10am. This program starts June 26, 2018.  For list of movies: https://www.regmovies.com/movies/summer-movie-express 

    TeenTix: Free pass that gets you into movies, dance, theater, music and more for just $5. It also offers various summer enrichment opportunities. For more 
    info: https://www.teentix.org/ 

    Teen Resources: 
    Summer Nutrition: free breakfast and/or lunch for students under 18:  Sites close to

    Whitman include: Viewlands Elementary, Bitterlake Community 
    Center, Greenwood Park, Greenlake Library.  For more sites call 206. 
    386.1140. Program starts June 27th.  

    Safe Places: program connects youth in crisis to help.  Teens can call 
    1.800.422.TEEN or ask for help from any Metro bus driver, community cen-
    ter or library staff.   

    Teen Link: Teen volunteers who will listen and connect teens to support:  6-10 pm 206.461.4922.

    For more information about free and low-cost summer activities check out the summer 2018 Seattle Times Guide: http://projects.seattletimes.com/2018/summer-guide/