Bring your island spirit for our annual Movie Night at the Park. Pull out your Hawaiian gear and get festive! Picnic blankets, chairs, snacks and friends are what to bring for an aloha evening. Questions/Volunteer contact Gena Cook.
Let's hear it for our royals swim team!
What an amazing season! Our Royals win Division III B Champs for the 6th year in a row and Division III Champions overall. Much appreciation for all residents and neighbors supporting our swim families and welcoming guests during our meets. The weather was beautiful this season (mostly) and we are looking forward to next year's. If you have new swimmers interested in joining the team please keep an eye out for registration news sometime in late winter/ early spring. You can find more info on the Royal Web Page.
Get a sitter and join the big kids (aka 21 & over) crowd for the annual Adult Deck Party! We're lovin' this summer weather and plan on it showing us some love into late September (fingers crossed). Bring an appetizer to share, a fun yard game if it's sitting around and of course your dancin' shoes!
We're looking for volunteers - please email Gena Cookkg12activities@gmail.com, Activities Chair.
As for sitters - might be a good time for all of you (ahem) tween & teen sitters to put your info up in the pool house - there's still time to make that summer piggy bank smile! (please use common sense sitter safety)
How the egg hiding works from the mouth of a four year old. Child rolls eyes. "Bunnies don't lay eggs. They are MAMMALS. Mammals can't lay eggs. The chickens lay the eggs and paint them in a factory". "Ok, but then why do we say that the bunnies lay the eggs"? Another eye roll, "The bunnies hide the eggs because they are faster and quicker than the chickens. Chickens are too slow. Why do you think we have peeps at Easter? It's because chickens lay all the eggs". So there you have it folks, the creatures of Mother Nature working together to bring us a morning of egg hunting, treat eating and lots and lots and lots of kids sharing their joy.
Applause to the ladies of Nancie Sage's coffee group who lent the bunnies a hand a stuffed 1300+ eggs for Saturday. It takes a village folks!
.The hunt was on..... The elusive Golden Egg stumped the toddler crowd, but our older experts trained for the prized egg all year! If you have any pictures you would like to add to our slide show please email to email@example.com. Please make sure any faces posted have permission to post. If you ever see a picture that you do not want on our site contact us immediately - we respect everyone's right to privacy.
A HUGE THANK YOU to Gena Cook and all the volunteers!! We could not enjoy this event with out their time and work. If you have ideas for new events or want to lend a hand to annual ones please contact the activity leads at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring is around the corner and so is registration for our Kingsgate Royals Swim Team!
Kingsgate 1&2 hosts a community swim team for youth ages 5 and up. The team offers youth swimmers the opportunity to develop their skills and reach their fullest potential, all in a fun, friendly, safe, and supportive environment.
If any members of your family (including grandchildren!) are between the ages of 5 and 18, and would like to learn more about the Royals, please join us at our annual Kingsgate Royals Spring Kick-off Meeting.
When: Monday, March 27th
Time: 7:00 – 8:00 PM
Where: Our Redeemer Lutheran Church (11611 NE 140th St, Kirkland)
We’ll cover registration and paperwork, important dates, coaching staff, and updates from the league.
We’ll go over information for the entire group and then field questions from newer families at the end of the meeting.
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