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At WWU, in the KNOW means science fun – and swimming – for kids

The Bellingham Herald

Kids Night Out at Western is WWU’s quarterly event designed to give parents a “date night” and offer a stimulating activity for their children.

It’s aimed at students in kindergarten through fifth grades and features a science-oriented program in the university’s SMATE Building.

Afterward, there’s optional swimming in the campus rec center, Jiasong Yuen, interim manager for WWU Youth Programs said in an interview.

“Kids can learn about some kind of academic topic, and then they have pool time,” Yuen said. “It’s for kids to learn something that they don’t get in everyday school life.”

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