Play Unplugged is happening Summer 2018 for elementary students. HUB Sports Center is hosting a Brag Badge College where student can come and earn multiple badges at one time and location. Join us between 3:00-6:00pm on June 28, July 24, and/or August 22 at the HUB Sports Center.
Play Unplugged is all about encouraging kids to put down their electronics so they can get out and play. It all begins with providing the right kind of motivation. The kind that get’s kids playing and active without them even knowing it. This motivation is based on the Brag Badge. Kids earn a Brag Badge for every activity they complete. Each Brag Badge has points they can collect and then turn in for real life rewards as defined by their parents. Our goal is to help kids re-engage with the real world, help parents plan a fun and exciting summer and give much needed visibility to local businesses.
What is a Brag Badge? A Brag Badge is a plastic tag, somewhat resembling a “military dog tag” that represents a Play Unplugged challenge or activity. On the front of the Brag Badge you’ll find one of our Braggers representing specific activity. On the back of the badge, you’ll find information used for tracking the badge.
Each badge has been sequentially numbered and contains the title of the activity as well as a point allocation we call Brags. The more difficult the activity associated to the badge, the higher the Brags. These Brags can then be tracked and used in drawings, contests, etc. Special attention to every detail has been considered to ensure each Brag Badge maintains a highly collectible feel and desirability.
Head to www.weplayunplugged.com for more information about the program.
2018 Brag Badges Sponsored By:
Baker – Just Chillin’ Eats & Sweets
Ball Catcher – Spokane Indians
Basketball Baller – HUB Sports Center
Bike Rider – The Bike Hub
Book Hunter – STCU
Bouncer – Spokane Gymnastics
Car Washer – AutoCraft
Caught Ya – Spokane Valley Police Department
Collector – Modern Electric Water Co.
Dancer – Emily Osborne – State Farm Agent
Donator – Washington Trust Bank
Dough Maker – Alaska USA
Duct Tape Master – Humanix
Exerciser – Strikezone Arena
Explorer – Horizon Credit Union
Fort Maker – Viking Builders, LLC
Gear Head – Lone Wolf Harley-Davidson
Gold Star Kid – PACE Partners Advancing Character Education
Hero Hunter – Spokane Valley Fire Department
Hiker – Gee Automotive Companies
Jumping Jack – Hayden Homes, LLC
Lemonade Squeezer – Numerica Credit Union
Money Maker – INB
Paper Pilot – BECU
Politician – City of Liberty Lake
Putter – Umpqua Bank
Reader – Spokane County Library District
Road Warrior – Dishman Dodge Ram Chrysler Jeep
Room Cleaner – Windermere Valley/Liberty Lake
Seat Belter – Dishman Dodge Ram Chrysler Jeep
Super Saver – STCU
Swimmer – Advanced Dermatology & Skin Surgery
Teddy Bear Doctor – MultiCare Health System – Inland NW
Tooth Tickler – KiDDS Dental
Treasure Hunter – Lone Wolf Harley-Davidson
Volunteer – STCU
Join us for a special afternoon of fun and games at the HUB Sports Center, September 8th.
This event is about mothers and sons spending quality time together, having fun, deepening relationships and making positive memories. We’ll have opportunities for sports, dancing, skill competitions, relay races, raffle prizes, and more.
All Ages are Welcome!!!
Registration is $20 for a mother and son, $3 for additional sons. For advanced Registration only. ($25 at the door.)
(Aunts and Grandmas are welcome too.)
The HUB Sports Center is excited to invite you to our 5th All-Star Breakfast fundraiser. Come meet the HUB All-Stars from staff to community leaders to local youth. We are excited to welcome Kelly Shea (current East Valley School District Superintendent) as our featured speaker. The program will provide an update on the HUB Sports Center activities and how we are partnering with the greater Spokane/Coeur d’Alene community. We will also share our vision for the future and the opportunities to expand our current programming.
The breakfast takes place at the Mirabeau Park Hotel on Thursday, September 27th. Doors open at 7:00am, program begins at 7:30am and concludes by 9:00am. Please RSVP no later than September 13th. CLICK HERE to register online.
Proceeds from the breakfast go to the HUB Sports Center, a 501c3 nonprofit. Funds will be directed by the donor toward programs like HUB 360 (an afterschool program for at-risk middle school students), HUB Camp Scholarships for disadvantaged youth and/or the HUB Capital Campaign to secure this facility for the benefit of future generations.
The HUB Sports Center is a 501c3 nonprofit multiuse facility that contains 50,000 sq. ft. of court space that is used for basketball, volleyball, futsal and pickleball as well as other events.
Come join our team and be a supporter as we provide events that have a positive impact on youth and the community. Thank you for your consideration. We hope to see you on Thursday, September 27, 2018 at Mirabeau Park Hotel.
HUB 360 Adult Testimonials – Video Link
HUB 360 Youth Testimonials – Video Link
Thank you to our 2018 All-Star Breakfast Sponsors:
Silver: Baker Construction, Banner Bank, Becker Buick, Broadway Flying J, Haase Landscape, Inland Power & Light, North Pines Chiropractic, Ryan R. Love DDS, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Spokane Sports Commission, Therapeutic Associates Liberty Lake, Thrivent Financial, Waste Management
Click Here to be a sponsor for the 2018 All-Star Breakfast.
HUB Sports Center Board of Directors
Wayne Frost, Steve Walker, Max Spalding, Bill Ames Sr., Jason Burns, Lee Cameron, Molly Carolan, Rian Emmerson, Kent Gold, David Himebaugh, Amy Mason, Rick O’Connor, Greg Repetti, Kent Rudeen, Chuck Stocker, Charlie Wolff.
HUB Family Fun Festival
FREE Open House
September 28, 2018 – 4:00pm-7:00pm
Join us for an Open House at HUB Sports Center with activities for the entire family!
*Event Schedule Updated Daily*
We are celebrating our 11th birthday with an open house full of fun activities and games.
FREE to attend and participate.
Martial Arts Classes
Free Activities for Kids
Liberty Lake Police Department