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Day 7: Firstenburg Community Center in Vancouver, WA

Day 7 of 365…

Well, the rain has returned in true February fashion. The sun was an awesome treat and I’m so thankful I was able to share some great outdoor Vancouver spots with everyone. But now that it is back, what’s a place to go be recreational but indoors?

Firstenburg Community Center in Vancouver WAFirstenburg Community Center is just such a place. Looking for a place to go swimming, running, walking, working out, dancing, rock climbing, maybe some friendly basketball? The list goes on and on… It is an 80,000 square foot facility designed for our community. You can find all their fees and hours here. You can also call them at 360-487-7001.

UPDATE: Firstenburg Center has graciously made available to the fans of “365 Things” the following:

Buy one, get one free drop-in admission! (Of equal or lesser value)

Bring a friend or family member to check out east Vancouver’s recreation destination! One coupon per person. Expires: March 14, 2010. To redeem, print out this post, or tell the front desk you heard about it on 365 Things.

You can also fan Firstenburg Center up on Facebook.

2 thoughts on “Day 7: Firstenburg Community Center in Vancouver, WA”

  1. Heidi Jeffries says:

    Thank you Dale! Did you know that the local Loaves & Fishes – Meals on Wheels program is run from the Firstenburg Center (as well as the Marshall Center)? The program delivers meals to home-bound Seniors regardless of income level, host meals there at the center so Seniors can come in to get a hot meal and socialize, there are also many activities scheduled at the center, the entrance is just to the left of the main entrance. Andre Parker is managing the Loaves & Fishes – Meals on Wheels program at the Firstenburg Community Center, you could call 360-597-5711 to learn more about the program or how to help.

    1. DaleChumbley says:

      Great info Heidi! Thank you for sharing. I delivered Meals On Wheels for years when I worked for Clark County. What a wonderful program. The smiles on everyone's faces were the best. Just someone to say hi and bring them a meal made their day. 🙂

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