Find us at Si View Community Center
The Indoor Playground is the staple of our community program offerings.
Geared toward kids ages 0-5, the Indoor Playground provides a dry environment for active play during the Northwest’s typically wet months.
Our organization operates like a co-op; volunteer Facilitators guide the set up and break down of each session, but all attendees pitch in to get toys out or to put them away!
We have four playscape areas:
- An infant section with lots of toys to stimulate gross and fine motor skills
- A climbing area that encourages confidence and balance dexterity
- A large tumbling section with ramps for somersaults and foam blocks that make for great imaginative play
- A fast lane with trikes and cars for our littles whose engines are always revving
On top of all that, the kiddos get a chance to practice social skills while their grown-ups make connections with other local families.
We’re open during the school year, provided we have volunteer Facilitators to open & close each session, and we follow the SVSD calendar for holiday & school break closures.
Session updates are made on our Facebook page and via our email list.
If you’re not on our email list, just send us a note and we’ll add you to the loop.
Can you believe the Indoor Playground is 20 years old in 2016? We plan to celebrate this special birthday with an adult-only catered dinner, live entertainment, and a fabulous silent auction featuring TONS of local goods & services.
The happy event takes place on:
Saturday, September 17th at 7pm
Hosted by the awesome folks at The Riverbend Cafe
Featuring local folk musicians The Amber Lanterns
Our goal for this fundraiser is to purchase additional playground equipment and expand our community programs. So gather some friends and mark your calendars for a fabulous evening out to benefit a fantastic local non-profit. This is a great opportunity for a group Date Night!
And if you’re a current or previous member of the SVIP community, please take a minute to provide us with some information for our archives. You’ll find our quick survey here. We can’t promise singing angels or dew-christened flowers upon completion of these few questions, but you might hear the distant, happy cries of a Board member who has a bit more info to work with, thanks to you!
The organizations that present at our annual Preschool Fair are highlighted in our Snoqualmie Valley Resource Guide for Preschool-age Services.
Hard copies of the Resource Guide are available at the Indoor Playground, at Encompass offices, and via several local family-friendly vendors. If you frequent a Valley location that would be a great place to share our Resource Guide, please email us. We’re happy
to deliver copies where they’re needed!
Click the cover page at right to open a pdf version of the Resource Guide.
Wondering where your $1 per child playground donation goes? Curious just how many of those happy, wiggly kids you & yours played with last season? Click the image below to open the Indoor Playground’s Annual Report for the 2015-2016 season!