Summer activities for all ages | Bonney Lake and Sumner
The following are summer activities open to the public of all ages. More events can be found online at the Recreation Department’s website.
For grades 2 to 8, boys can work with Bonney Lake High Schools boys basketball coach Brian Kovacevich to learn the fundamentals.
The camp runs from July 7 to 10 at the Bonney Lake High School gym.
Girls in grades 2 to 8 can join the Panthers girls coach Thomas Ostrander to run drills and play games.
The girls camp is scheduled for July 7 to 10 at Bonney Lake’s gym.
The weight room at Sumner High School is open to the public 18 years and older from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays.
For those 16 and older, Zumba classes will be held on Thursdays until August 14 at Bonney Lake’s commons.
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