Visit the Carol Edwards Center in Woodinville
Last updated: November 17, 2021, at 11:38 a.m. PT
Originally published: November 17, 2021, at 11:38 a.m. PT
Exciting news for our community in Woodinville! On Wednesday, December 1, 2021, the Carol Edwards Center (CEC) is reopening for Y members. This reopening follows the renovation of the 8,000 square foot facility, as part of the City of Woodinville’s Civic Campus Schoolhouse Restoration Project.
The Carol Edwards Center will be open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 7:00 am-11:00 am for Y members. Get directions >
CEC Activities for Y Members
Join us for a game of pickleball or pick-up basketball in the gymnasium. Or get a workout in one of our group exercise classes taught by Northshore Y instructors in the Madrona room which also serves as a community center with full kitchen.
See schedules starting December 1:
Woodinville Residents Have Privileges
Residents have same day drop-in access! A one-day pass is $5.00 or save and get 5 days for the price of 4 for $20.00 when you buy a pack in advance. Even better – join the Y and get free access to the CEC with membership along with lots of other added benefits. Learn more >
Plus an Early Education Center
Directly across from the Carol Edwards Center, the Y is also opening a brand new, conveniently located Early Education Center at Woodinville that will support 124 families with infants through kids age 5. We are committed to building brighter futures for kids by providing enriching and positive places to learn, grow, and thrive.
We are enrolling now for infant, toddler, preschool, and Pre-Kindergarten classrooms. Contact us to schedule a tour, inquire about pricing and financial assistance, ask a question, or reserve your spot today! Learn more >
About the Carol Edwards Center
The Carol Edwards Center is a main staple in the City of Woodinville, not just for what it provides to the city, but the name that it carries: “The Carol Edwards Center.” Carol Edwards, known as “the mother of Woodinville,” did so much for her community from the time she came to Woodinville in 1976, including starting the Woodinville Weekly, All Fools Day Parade, Teen Northshore, and the Farmers Market. Sadly, the “Mother of Woodinville” passed away in 2007. The city named the Carol Edwards Center building in her honor, in hopes of carrying on her dreams of providing a sense of community to Woodinville. The Northshore YMCA has operated the center since 2011.