Newport Hills Community Club

a volunteer neighborhood organization serving Newport Hills

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Kid’s Activities


Cornerstone Dance Studio
5810-5624 119th Avenue Southeast
(425) 401-5291

For more information, send email to:  dance@cornerstonestudio.com


Lee’s Martial Arts Academy
5840 119th Ave. SE
(425) 641-9567 

For more information, go to the Contact page of the website or call (425) 641-9567. 


Newport Hills Community Church
5833 – 119th Avenue Southeast
(425)746-8034

Each Wednesday: 5:45pm Community Dinner
6:30pm Worship Songs
7:00pm Bible Classes/All Ages

For more information check their web site:  http://www.nhccforjc.org/


Newport Hills Swim and Tennis Club
5464 119th Avenue SE
(425)746-9510

Our club is located on four and one-half acres of uniquely landscaped property at the corner of 119th Avenue SE and 56th St. in Bellevue. Our facilities include two large, heated six lane swimming pools, a wading pool, weight room, bath house, sauna, Jacuzzi, five outdoor tennis courts, playground, outdoor basketball court, banquet room and convenient parking.

During the summer, we offer Swim, Dive and Tennis Lessons and Swim, Dive, Tennis and Water Polo Teams. For Adults, you can join our Fitness Classes, Aquacise Class, or Masters Swim Team.

During the winter, we offer Swim Lessons and Swim & Dive team along with Aquacise and Masters Swim Team.

Newport Hills Swim & Tennis Club is a well-established part of the community. On June 18, 1959 the club was incorporated to operate and maintain as a non-profit facility for the benefit of its members and their families. Our club continues to be an attractive facility serving the community

For more information check their web site: http://www.nhstc.com/


YMCA
Coal Creek YMCA
13750 Newcastle Golf Club Rd
Newcastle, WA 98059
(425) 282-1500
 

From the website:  “The Coal Creek Family YMCA combines state-of-the-art health and wellness facility with the friendly community atmostphere that members can appreciate. We’ve created a gathering place where families can engage in activity together, seniors can socialize and improve their health, and adults can find release from their busy lives.”

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  • 1 admin // Mar 22, 2017 at 3:40 PM

    Hoping to have it, but all depends on getting enough volunteers to run it (especially on the day itself). Date would be Saturday, April 15, the day before Easter. Maybe you could volunteer, or help us line up some volunteers? The event qualifies for service hours, for any high school students who might be interested in lending a hand!

  • 2 Julie DeLaurenti // Mar 21, 2017 at 8:20 PM

    Easter egg hunt this year? Dates? Thanks

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