Youth Activities

Elochoman Slough Marina

The Elochoman Slough Marina is a focus of Wahkiakum County recreational and economic activity.  Boaters from Portland and Vancouver, as well as Ilwaco and Astoria, flock to the Elochoman Slough Marina because of its location,  its historical river town amenities, and the pristine rural character of the surrounding land.

Commercial and recreational fishermen frequent the Elochoman Slough Marina, especially during salmon fishing windows in the spring and the fall.  The marina also offers cabins, recreational vehicle hook-ups and dry land camping.

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Longview Parks and Recreation Department

Programs for preschool, youth, teens, families, adults, senior adults and specialized recreation include: sporting events and leagues, arts and crafts, dance, special events, cultural activities, music, educational programs, exercise, fitness, technology, language and enrichment.  Fees vary with each activity. Scholarships and reduced payment programs are available to youth residents of Longview or Kelso city limits.  The Parks and Recreation quarterly brochure is distributed four times a year. It is available at businesses and public locations.

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After School Programs - Longview Parks & Recreation Department

Activities held at Longview and elementary schools. Stations of activities include: homework, reading, games, crafts, sports and occasional guest speakers. Scholarship and reduced payment programs available to qualifying families. After School Program until 5:30 PM at Kessler and St. Helens, and 5:45 at Columbia Valley Gardens Elementary. Before /After School Programs from 7:00 to 8:45 AM and 3:30 to 6:00 PM at Robert Gray. Go to www.mylongview.com/reconline to register online.

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W.S.U. Cowlitz County Extension

Informal research-based education to the community in the areas of: 4-H Youth Development; Leadership Development; Food Safety and Nutrition; Horticulture and Natural Resources; Family Budgeting; Clothing and Textiles; Parenting; Composting and Recycling; Working with Volunteers; Master Gardener Clinics.  Education is provided by workshops, written publications, one-on-one responses to phone calls, newsletters and volunteer outreach.

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