The Cascade Club was established November 30th 2004. The club is 6,843 square feet; fully equipped with a computer lab, gym, art room, teen room, kitchen, and games room. There are over 200 members involved in before and after school programs at the club. The Club provides a drop-in program between the hours of 2-6 and free teen nights once a month. In addition Cascade provides a great licensed childcare program for children in half day kindergarten and for kids ages 5-12, from 6 different schools in the area. A daily schedule includes; games, positive learning activities, leadership programs, national fitness programs, arts & crafts, homework time, and many other fun activities. Summer camp is also a favorite! 9 themed weeks with Tuesday/Friday field trips and club day’s jam packed with fun! MOST IMPORTANTLY THE CLUB PROVIDES A SAFE AND POSITIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR KIDS!
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- 7600 Cascade Drive
- Everett, WA 98203
- Phone: 425-267-9526
- Fax: 425-355-7892
- Get Directions
Lisa Hoppe – Unit Director send email
TJ Zamora – Program Director send email
Brooke Madigan- Teen Director send email
Ryann Spaetig- Kindergarten Director
Tenoriea Miller Woods- Cascade/Emerson Program Assistant
Julie Alexander- Program Assistant
Stacy Eriksson- Emerson Program Assistant
Hours of Operation
- Cascade Club:
- Childcare: 6:00am-9:15am, 11:30am-6pm M-F
- Drop In:2:00pm-6:00pm M-F
- Emerson Site: 6:00am-9:15am, 3:15pm-6:00pm M-F
- Summer Camp: 6:00am-6:00pm M-F
- Power Hour
- Friday Teen Nights
- Torch Club
- Triple Play
- Junior Staff
- Drama Matters
- Fine Arts
- Healthy Choices Healthy Children
- Summer Camp
We offer licensed childcare at the Cascade Club. We currently serve Lowell, View Ridge, James Monroe, Jefferson, and Emerson Elementary Schools before and after school. We offer half day kindergarten care at the Cascade Club for kindergartners in morning classes.
Club News and Events
To find out what’s happening at the Club, visit the Cascade Club Calendar.
Save the date: June 8th 2013 3rd Annual “Glass Half Full, A Toast for Kids”