Fall Youth Floorball, ENSO Center Programs, Painting for Teens and Adults, and more!

Parks and Recreation
Floorball group photo

Fall Youth Floorball

Join Coach Salvatore and Emerald City Floorball every Wednesday to learn the fundamentals and skills of floorball, a modern-day floor hockey without the ice, skates, and high cost. It’s fast, fun, safe, and easy to learn, making it an all-inclusive sport. Classes begin Wednesday, Sept. 13, so join today! All levels are welcome, and no experience necessary. 

Play floorball this fall

People practicing martial arts

ENSO Center Programs

Stay active this fall through classes offered at ENSO Center in Redmond, including martial arts, tai chi, archery, yoga, and more. With classes for ages 6 and up, there are many options to keep families active.  

Train your way to wellness

People painting

Painting for Teens and Adults

 Learn to paint a beautiful landscape just like Bob Ross in workshops for teens and adults at the Old Fire House Teen Center. All supplies are included, and no prior experience needed. Ages 12 and up.

Find your creative outlet

Kids on bicycles

Kids Bike Riding Classes

Kids Ride is a mastery-based learning model to teach the fundamentals of riding a two-wheel bike. Participants can learn how to ride a bicycle or improve on existing skills.

Get ready to ride

Adults at camp

Camp Day for Ages 50+

Come for a good, old-fashioned day at camp from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 15, at Farrel-McWhirter Park. Games, activities, catered BBQ lunch, and more!

Secure your spot at camp

Walking with History: Elise Farrel-McWhirter

Join us at beautiful Farrel-McWhirter Park and dive into the past during one of Redmond Recreation’s “Walking with History” walk and talk tours. Taking place on three dates in September, each tour explores the extraordinary life of land donor and early Redmond resident, Elise Farrel-McWhirter. An independent and fierce woman even before the Women’s suffrage movement began, she loved children and animals, and donated 68 acres upon her death so the land could always bring joy as a park. Come to the property she loved and take a “Walk with Elise.” The first program will take place on Sept. 10. 

Take a walk with history