CHILDREN AND COMMUNITY PROGRAM PARTNERS
Connect with other parents and caregivers at our Toddler Time drop-in play group for year-round fun. For children and families of all ages! Presented by Maple Valley Family Circle.
Volunteers needed for the Fall, if interested please come to the office to fill out a volunteer application.
Tuesdays & Thursdays, September - May (Tuesdays only during summer)
10:00 - 11:30 am, cost is $3 per family
For additional information, please contact Maple Valley Family Circle on
Fun, training, and fellowship for families who have adopted, are considering foster care/adoption, or who provide foster care! Please bring a snack, game, or craft to share. All ages are welcome. No childcare provided, however, the facility is child-friendly.
Foster Champs meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month from 5:00-8:00 pm in the GMVCC Main Hall.
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We are truly fortunate to live in an environment where natural disasters and emergences are fairly rare. But our string of good luck won’t last forever and we need to be ready when the next earthquake rumbles, Mt. Rainier blows its top, or we encounter some manmade disaster. Now is the time to prepare.
To help facilitate this, the Community Center works with local citizens to be ready when needed. Among other things, we participate in the City’s annual Emergency Preparedness Fair in the fall, we provide education on how to prepare, and we have an agreement to make our facility available to the Red Cross in the event of a regional emergency.
It’s never too late to begin getting ready. If you have taken steps to prepare, this event is a great opportunity to review and update your plans and emergency supplies for both your home and your business. You can get a headstart on your emergency preparations by putting together the things that you will need in your Go-Bag in the event of a disaster. You can find a list of items to put aside here. While you will want to customize you list based on your personal needs it’s a great place to start.
Friends N' Fun
One of the most valuable partnerships enjoyed by the Community Center is with Friends N’ Fun, a social activities group for Maple Valley area residents with special needs. The group is designed for individuals ages 16 and up and meets on Tuesday evenings at the Center or the Den, depending on that evening’s activity. Friends N’ Fun provides these young adults with the opportunity to socially engage with their peers in a fun setting, often leading to the formation of lifelong friendships.
Friends N' Fun meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays from
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm in The Den Youth Center
3rd Tuesdays from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm in the GMVCC Main Hall.
Does your child struggle at school? Is your little one just not ready to deal with crowds of children in a public school situation? Perhaps your family situation or business would allow you to travel often, and you want everyone to enjoy the opportunity. Have you heard so many wonderful things about homeschooling that you just want to see what it’s all about? Families decide to homeschool for all sorts of reasons, and then often continue homeschooling simply because of the freedom and they like the effect it's had on their children and family life. Come hang out and meet other homeschooling families, make friends and become part of our homeschooling community!
Maple Valley Homeschoolers meets every Tuesday from 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm in the GMVCC Main Hall. Contact Anna Fernandez for information.
Maple Valley Rotary
Our 70+ members comprise a collection of business owners and professionals who live the mission of Rotary - service above self. One main focus of our club is supporting youth, both locally and internationally. We run or contribute to projects throughout the year both in our own community and in international communities as diverse as Cameroon, Cambodia, and Nicaragua. We also believe wholeheartedly in serving with smiles on our faces. Stop by one of our weekly meetings - Friday mornings at 7:15 a.m. at GMVCC to enjoy a great breakfast and a great time with community members who truly put the needs of the community first above all else.
Visit the Maple Valley Rotary website for club and membership information.
Covington Quilters guild promotes and exchanges the art of quilting and quilt making through the use of monthly meetings, satellite groups, and workshops. The group meets at the Greater Maple Valley Community Center on the first Thursday of each month from 7 - 9 pm. Visit the Covington Quilters website for club and membership information.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others recover from alcoholism.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets in the main hall at the Greater Maple Valley Community Center
each Wednesday evening from 7 - 8:30 pm.
Visit the Western Washington Area 72, District 33 Alcoholics Anonymous website for club and membership information.