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Eagle Sportsware U-12 Tryouts – Sunday, 1-3 p.m., Whitworth College softball complex, 300 W. Hawthorne Road. Bring a glove, helmet and bat. Call Pat Fiorillo at 220-5575 or Joe Cushner at 879-7638.

Upcoming

Art Classes – From stained glass to beaded tassels, various art classes start Monday at the Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave. Call 625-6677 or e-mail lmandyke@spokanecity.org for a schedule.

Swimming Lessons – For preschoolers and home-schooled children Tuesdays and Thursdays from Oct. 18-Nov. 17 at Whitworth College Aquatic Center, 300 W. Hawthorne Road. Parent-tot lessons for children 6 months to 3 years Saturdays from Sept. 24.-Oct. 29. Call Patti Hunter at 777-4246 for schedules and prices.

Ongoing

Before- and After-school Programs – Educational and fun programs are available at the Northeast Youth Center, 4001 N. Cook. Transportation to and from some local elementary schools is available and state pay is accepted. Includes a USDA approved snack. For information and a list of the schools that are served, call 482-0708.

Camp Fire USA – Clubs forming for children between the ages of 3 through grade 12. Call the Camp Fire USA Service Center for more information, 747-6191.

Jump Rope Academy – Instruction includes single rope and double Dutch, 2727 N. Madelia St., Suite 5; ages 2-adult. Monday-Saturday. Free introduction class. Birthday and group workshops; $8 per person. Combination parent and child classes; motor skill and brain-development exercises. Call 869-3018, or visit jumpropeacademy.com.

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