September 2020

#1. Adventures Friends! #BellevueWellness

Adventure Friends!l

We want our community of Adventure Friends. Join us through Instagram to share your recent adventures with the hashtag #BellevueCollege. We will announce a weekly winner and more importantly we can see where you have been and the adventures you are taking. Learn more…

#3. Get Out There… Is your Favorite Trail/Park Open

Get Out There!!

Although we wish we could be together as a group sharing adventures we still hope that many of you are getting outdoors for exercise and mental health. A walk in the woods is a great way to clear your head and center yourself. Here are few resources to plan your next trip. Learn more…

#4. 30 Within 30

Here is our list of 30 great adventure within 30 minutes of Bellevue College, we have done the leg work to give you a great list of adventures.

#7. Ride a Bike

Ride a Bike!

Bicycle route maps for the Puget Sound region: King County – Information about bikes and transit – Information about county trail system Kitsap County – PDF of 2004 route map – County Bike Plan Pierce County – Webpage for Tacoma-Pierce County 2013 route map – Information about county trails Snohomish County. Learn more…

#8. Send us your best photo!

Send us your best Photo!

In 2010, scientists analyzed and reported a summary of over 100 studies focusing on the effects of art on physical and psychological health in The Connection between Art, Healing, and Public Health: A Review of Current Literature. Learn more…

American Heart Association Heart Walk – Virtual Event


October 10, 2020


We’re walking for our health and yours. For our parents, our children and our grandchildren. Who will you walk for?

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer worldwide and stroke ranks second globally. Please join our team or donate today and help us change this statistic.

The Heart Walk is a time of celebration, joy and inspiration. People unified in support of a single goal: to see a world free of heart disease and stroke.

Be a Heart Walk Hero with us and together we’ll help save lives.Learn more…

Refuge Outdoor Festival

Refuge Outdoor Festival

September 18 – September 20, 2020

The Refuge Outdoor Festival is creating a space to explore and celebrate diversity, nature, and life. By bringing together people of all ages and recreation levels we, the people, can meet the needs of a diverse and inclusive community.

1) Simply put: representation matters. That is why we are showcasing the voices and faces of people of color in the outdoors.
2) Because life is hard and we all need opportunities to have real conversations.
3) To build community and connect people with resources for ongoing engagement. Learn more…