Community Recreational Opportunities

Our community offers a variety of recreational activities for families in Kitsap County.  
Important Notice:
North Kitsap School District does not sponsor these activities and events and the North Kitsap School District assumes no responsibility for them. In consideration of the privilege to distribute information, the North Kitsap School District shall be held harmless from any cause of action filed in any court or administrative tribunal arising out of the distribution of these materials, including costs, attorney’s fees and judgments or awards.

All Star Softball Programs ages 10-14
Players will focus on key fundamentals of the game through fun and engaging drills; led by a knowledgable staff.  Sign up online at

Boys & Girls Club  - Kingston Middle School
What to do after school? Join us at the NK Boys & Girls Club.Your student has a safe, supervised place to hang out after school.  The North Kitsap Boys & Girls Club serves all Kingston Middle School students and is located in a KMS classroom space next to the Commons, behind the ‘stage’. Operated Mondays through Thursdays on NKSD calendar days, it is a welcoming place for kids to participate in a range of activities: playing pool or ping-pong, homework, arts and crafts, cooking, sports, field trips, video games and free time. Young people have an opportunity to develop ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals. All this for just $30 a year!Questions? - Contact us by phone (360)396-3485 and check out our website at  Looking forward to meeting you,North Kitsap Boys & Girls Club staff:  Karen Meier and Brenda Dix.

Boy Scout Troop 1555  - Meets at Scout Hall in Kingston
Boys in 6th grade are invited to attend weekly troop meetings on Tuesdays weekly from 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the Scout Hall in Kingston.   For more information, contact Scout master Mitch Jones (360) 297-0452 or

Camp Fire USA encourages every child to discover his or her talents and abilities in a safe and secure environment. Camp Fire allows youth to be part of a group that helps them make friends, interact with adult role models and become concerned citizens in their communities. For more information, please contact Dianne Rivers (360) 377-5513 or

Cub Scout Pack 2575 - Meets at St. Olaf
An exciting opportunity for boys in grades 1-5 to learn skills, make friends and have fun. We meet Monday evenings at 7:00 pm in St. Olaf Religious Ed building. You do not need to be affiliated with the church or Catholic to apply. !Bienvenidos a la Familia de Scouting! Contact Ellen or (360) 697-5724. 

Cub Scout Pack 4555 - Meets at Gordon Elementary

Boys in 1st-5th grade are invited to attend pack meetings the last Wednesday of each month from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. in the Gordon Elementary Multi-Purpose Room. For more information, contact Den Leader Ingrid Henden, (360) 297-8060.  


Cub Scout Pack 4556 of Poulsbo
An opportunity for boys 6 and older to have fun, adventure, and enjoy activities with your den and pack. For more information, please contact coordinator Kelly Ashley at (360) 930-8451 or (808)221-9040.

Cub Scout Pack 4571
An opportunity for boys 6 and older to have fun, adventure, and enjoy activities with your den and pack. For more information, please contact Brian or Adrianne Ramey at or (360)598-2660.

 FC Crush Academy
FC Crush Academy offers youth soccer programs including summer camps, teams and leagues, academy training, and tournament play to players from across Kitsap County.  Open enrollment now and throughout the summer for boys and girls of all ages, 4-17.  FC Crush features elite level training from a highly qualified and diverse staff.  Come check us out!

An opportunity for girls ages 5-17 to have fun and build friendships. In the process, they will find out about building character and self-esteem and serving their communities - the core qualities of Girl Scouting. For more information, please contact (360)698-5156 or (800)767-6828.

Offering community theater opportunities for ages 6-21 in Broadway-type productions four times per year. All children are welcome to participate and everyone gets to participate. Children will build their self-esteem and grow their leadership skills in the process.

Soap Box Derby is a unique youth racing program for boys and girls 7-17 that encourages adult-youth activities while building and racing a gravity powered car together. Good sportsmanship, quality time, building community, and having fun are what it is all about! We race in Poulsbo just below Olympic College’s Poulsbo campus on a closed road.  Contact our race director, David Walters at for more information. 

Kitsap Water Blossoms Synchronized Swim Team
Does your child love to swim, dance and perform, then have them try Synchronized Swimming with the Kitsap Water Blossoms free introductory session every Saturday in September and October 2011 from 9:00—10:30 a.m.Kitsap Water Blossoms Synchronized Swim Team is a non-profit organization that is committed to creating an atmosphere where everyone is welcome with a Level 4swimming ability and commitment to Synchronized Swimming.  For more information please call or e-mail Marc Rimbault, (360) 297-8792home, or  (360) 627-5267 work.

Native Horsemanship Youth Program
Free and low-cost lessons in horsemanship.  After-school and summer activity that is offered on a donation basis.  We also trade help on the ranch for horsemanship lessons.  Horses are trained as therapy horses and work very well with children with autism,  ADD/ADHD,  grief and behavior issues.  For more information or to sign up, call Lynne Ferguson at (360) 440-5975.

Offering swimming lessons, camps for kids, water aerobic classes, and lap swimming. Swimming lesson scholarships available to qualified K-8 students of the North Kitsap School District.

North Kitsap Little League Challenger Division
The North Kitsap Little League Challenger Division is currently registering Special Needs boys and girls to play baseball on the Challenger Team. Please visit the NKLL website ( and follow the links to register for Challengers.  Challengers is free to Special Needs youths ages 5 - 18 who have a current IEP (Individualized Education Program).
Contact: Cathleen Taylor (360) 394-7907 or email at

Offering North County youth the opportunity to participate in Football, Basketball and Cheer. 

Offering boys and girls ages 5 to 18 years of age the opportunity to develop their soccer skills in a team environment.
NEW at North Kitsap Soccer Club!  Drop in Soccer Program - Any player U11-U17,  currently playing or not.  Come to Starwberry Field every Friday from 6-7:30 and check in at the field with Steven.  Be sure you have your shin guards!  This is free for players registered with NKSC.  Visit their webiste for more information.

Offering a variety of activities, sports, and recreation for North end area residents. View our most current class listing.
- Includes Fall, Winter and Spring Basketball programs, Girls Volleyball programs, Fencing, Sailing, etc.           
Language - Spanish, Italian, and French all offered with experienced, friendly instructors guiding you to linguistic proficiency!
Dancing  - Dancing is aerobic, social, and good for the soul!  Poulsbo P&R offer many opportunities throughout the year in dance. 

 Poulsbo Piano - Piano Lessons
Local piano teacher with ten years teaching experience is accepting students ages 4-adult.
Lessons focus on rhythm, theory, and other music fundamentals.
For information, contact Laura Meredith at (904) 525-6636 or

The Poulsbo Piranhas Swim Team is a year round, competitive program that is fun, challenging and focused on the whole athlete.   We provide a team environment that nurtures leadership and guides each athlete toward the maximum development of their ability.  Our team is comprised of beginners through regional champions.  Our coaches are experienced and enthusiastic. In order to try-out for the team, swimmers must be able to swim 25yards front crawl stroke and 25yards backstroke.  Please contact Coach Mikal Reeves to schedule your try-out.  Email:  Check out our website :

Rite of Passage Journeys
Discover the wonders of Washington's lush rain forests and wilderness beaches this summer with Rite of Passage Journeys' backpacking explorations. Whether you are a fearless mountain trekker or a first-time camper, our one- to three-week programs will offer an exciting and unique coming of age experience with a small group of new friends and fantastic mentors. Join us for a life-changing adventure, exploring both the wilderness of the outer world and the depth of the inner self.
The Apprentice Journey: (Ages 8 - 10) August 18-22, 2014
Call to Adventure: (Ages 10 - 12) July 20-26, 2014 OR August 10-16, 2014
Becoming a Young Woman: (Ages 12 - 14) August 10-16, 2014
Coming of Age for Boys 2-Week: (Ages 12 - 15) July 27 - August 9, 2014
Coming of Age for Boys 3-Week: (Ages 12 - 15) June 29 - July 19, 2014
Coming of Age for Girls: (Ages 12 - 14) July 27 - August 9, 2014
Solo Crossing: (Ages 15 - 18) June 28 - July 18, 2014
The Journey Continues: (Ages 14 - 18) August 17-23, 2014

Contact our office at (425) 485.7396 or to get more information. Some Financial Aid is Available. 


West Sound Time Bank is a form of community currency that is based on time rather than dollars. Requests (withdrawals) are made from a large selection of available services offered by members. All hours are valued equally and earned and withdrawn on an hour-for-hour basis. With neighbors helping neighbors, we all help to build a stronger, more connected community.

Haselwood Family YMCA in Silverdale offers recreation classes for all ages. Whether you seek health and fitness classes, childcare programs, day or resident camps, teen or family activities, small group support, volunteer opportunities, or special events, you’ll find choices at the Y. YMCA tailors their programs to meet the needs of people of all ages, interests, and abilities, and work hard to make every program fun and rewarding. Find the right programs for you and your family!