Roller Valley hosting summer camp for kids to learn the science behind skating

SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — It’s skating and science all rolled into one!

Roller Valley is hosting its first-ever summer camp that incorporates skating and S.T.E.M. learning.

Kids ages 5-13 can attend one or two weeks of S.T.E.M. lessons, skating and games on the rink.

According to the Roller Valley website, students will learn S.T.E.M. concepts in an interactive and entertaining way, enhancing learning.

The S.T.E.M. portion of this program is instructed by a trained, experienced educator who is very knowledgeable on S.T.E.M.’s relationship to roller skating.

Some of the topics covered in the S.T.E.M. lessons are motion, force, friction, sound waves, Doppler Effect, light waves, design and geometry.

Lunch will be provided, including BBQ on Fridays.

Week One is July 11-15 and Week Two is August 8-12, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The camp is $125 per week.

To sign up, visit Roller Valley at 9415 E 4th Ave. in Spokane Valley, call (509) 288-4811 or email Kaitlin Chavez at Kaitlin@rollervalleyspokane.com.

If you, family or friends would like to skate anytime this summer, here are the hours:

Roller Valley Skating Hours

For more information, see the Roller Valley website.

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