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West Linn Parks and Recreation offers fun adventures for all ages, like fishing trips on the days school is out. Sign up soon.

SUBMITTED PHOTO - West Linn Parks and Recreation is offering two fishing days for kids when school is not in session. Sign up to spend a day fishing Jan. 15 or March 23.

Since school is out Jan. 15, West Linn Parks and Recreation says let's go fishing!

Participants will travel to a local, stocked lake to catch fish all day with Coyle Outside. They will learn the fundamentals of fishing and hopefully come home with fish to eat for dinner. Bring a pole, or use provided equipment. Lunch, snack, waterproof shoes and raingear required for this adventure. Coyle Outside provides classes to encourage students to practice skills and think critically in the outdoors. All classes meet at Mary S. Young Park under the picnic shelter. For questions contact Coyle Outside by calling 541-760-0774. Classes are being held on Jan. 15 and March 23 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., cost is $70.

Yoga I & II: Don Rohrbacher continues teaching yoga classes with WL Parks in 2018. He will teach beginning Yoga I Mondays from 7:30 to 9 p.m. beginning Jan. 22 and Yoga II class Wednesdays from 7:30 to 9 p.m. beginning Jan. 17, for those ready for a more aerobic class. Both eight-week sessions are held at Willamette Primary School. Fee for either class is $64.

Have a nocturnal

educational experience

Experience the Wolf Moon at Camassia Natural Area when Elizabeth Materna, public affairs officer for Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office, will share information about gray wolves, a species OFWO is working to conserve. Prior to her current position, Materna was a Fish and Wildlife biologist in the Environmental Contaminants program for 20-plus years. It has been her pleasure to be part of an agency whose mission is to protect fish, wildlife and plants for the benefit of future generations. The presentation is hosted by West Linn Beaver Ambassadors.

Music education

Harmony Road is a comprehensive program of music education using piano lessons designed to help children discover the world of music through motivating materials and hands-on activities which develop the whole child. All types of classes are offered starting the end of January for all ages from 18 months to adults. Fees range from $70.

The new Winter/Spring Recreation Activities Guide is available in printed form and online at westlinnoregon.gov/parksrec. See all the programs offered by West Linn Parks and Recreation. Registration is now open; register by internet, mail, or drop off at City Hall, 22500 Salamo Road, West Linn. Call 503-557-4700 for more information.

Ken Warner is the assistant parks and recreation director for the City of West Linn.

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