WA - Seattle Area Youth Activity Group
Meets: Saturday, Monthly, Varies
Join CCFA for these fun activities for kids with Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis! They're great opportunities to meet other kids going through similar things, and for parents to meet one another. Click here to join the email list and receive updates. Click here to join the Facebook group.
- Saturday, January 28 - Bowling at Tech City Bowl, Kirkland, 1-3 pm
- Wednesday, February 22 - WA State Advocacy Day, Olympia
- Saturday, March 26 - Patient Education Day, Seattle University
- Sunday, April 9 - Take Steps Kickoff Party - Fitness classes, food, fun!
- Saturday, May 6 - Craft Day - details TBD
- Sunday, June 11 - Take Steps for Crohn's & Colitis, Magnuson Park
- June 25-July 1 - Camp Oasis
- Saturday, July 29 - Youth Activity, TBD
- Sunday, October 22 - Connections: Education Day for Families of Kids with IBD
More information to come! Activities are for kids and teens grades 2-12 with IBD and their siblings unless noted otherwise. Feel free to contact us with any questions!
Updated December 16, 2016Past events:
Sunday, September 18: Connections: Education Day for Families of Kids with IBD
Friday, September 16: CCFA Mariners Night -Mariners tickets for kids with IBD are free!
Saturday, September 10: CCFA Flag Football Tournament at CenturyLink Field - Don't miss this unique experience at CenturyLink! Spectator tickets are free.
March 26, 2016 - Body-Mind Awareness for Young IBD Patients - Kids, teens, and parents will participate in a variety of fun physical and mental activities to balance body and mind, relax, and recharge. Learn more
June 12, 2016 - Western Washington Take Steps Walk - Join families from around Western Washington to celebrate the steps taken towards cures and help get us closer to the day when no one has to suffer from Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis. Start a team and invite family, friends, coworkers, neighbors, and more!
Sunday, June 7th: Western Washington Take Steps Walk for Crohn's & Colitis - Special activities for families of pediatric patients! Learn more
Sunday, April 12th: Pediatric IBD Conference for Families - at Seattle Children's Hospital. Special room with activities and education for kids and teens! Learn more
Saturday, March 28th: Crohn's & Colitis Education Conference - at Seattle University. Special room with activities and education for kids and teens! Learn more
Saturday, February 28th: Laser Tag! at Laser Quest in Federal Way, 4-6 pm. Free for kids with IBD and siblings. Should be 48" tall, or can play with a parent. Space is limited; please RSVP as soon as possible to Jeremy Ball at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sat. December 13th: Ice Skating at Highland Ice Arena in Shoreline; 1:30-4:00 PM - we'll have a private ice arena for our group to play broom ball and ice skate. CCFA will pay for skates for kids with IBD and siblings.
Sun. October 26th: Pumpkin Patch! Dr. Maze's Farm in Redmond (15410 NE 124th St. Redmond). Corn maze, hay ride, and pumpkin carving for all kids with IBD and siblings!
Fri. October 10th: CCFA Sounders Game! Kids with IBD are free! Contact Kathleen for details. More info
Sat. September 27th: Pediatric IBD Conference for Families - EvergreenHealth, Kirkland - Register Now!
Sat. September 13th: Bowling - 12:00-2:00 pm at TechCity Bowl in Kirkland - CCFA will pay for lanes, shoes, and snacks.
August 9th: GaGa Tournament! 1-3 PM at Stroum Jewish Community Center on Mercer Island
August 8th: CCFA Night at Safeco Stadium - Mariners Game - www.mariners.com/ccfa. Kids with IBD are free! Contact Kathleen for details.
June 7th: Take Steps Walk! (for the whole family) Details and sign up here - Families can meet up at the mission tent
May 31st: Teen Poker Night (for teens grades 9-12) 7:00-9:00 PM at the CCFA office in Bellevue. RSVP to Ashley at email@example.com
April 12th: Board Game and Education Party at Shoreline Community College (the IBD Patient Education Conference will feature a track for kids and teens with fun activities and educational sessions.)
March 22nd: Science Day at the Pacific Science Center, 12:00-2:30 PM