2014 west fargo parks activity guide
Recreational programs and events
West Fargo Park District Rent a Shelter Page 37 Special Events Pages 24-29 Birthday Party Rentals Page 23 New Veterans Memorial Pool Page 31 West Fargo Park District 500 13th Avenue West West Fargo, ND 58078 701- 433-5360 wfparks.org Activity Guide Spring/Summer 2014 1 Western State Bank provides custom financial solutions with exceptional service. Make the move today & experience the Western difference! Proud to be 755 13th Ave E • West Fargo • 701-277-5003 4302 13th Ave S • Fargo • 701-356-9800 www.westernbanks.com Member FDIC URBAN DENTAL HEALTH Family and Cosmetic Dentistry 701.353.2100 www.urbandentalhealth.com New Patients and Emergencies Welcome! Open Monday-Saturday 2907 Seter Parkway S • Fargo, ND 58104 West of Scheels Arena and Sanford Wellness Center Chris Eriksson, DDS 2 Preschool Programs---------------4 Youth Sports--------------------5-13 Air Pistol--------------------------9 Baseball-------------------------5-7 Basketball------------------------8 Flag Football---------------------8 Ice Skating------------------------9 Sports Time & More------------9 Soccer-----------------------10-11 Softball (Girls)-------------------7 Tae Kwon Do--------------------13 Tennis-----------------------------12 Track------------------------------13 Volleyball-------------------------13 Creative Arts------------------16-17 Camp-A-Day Adaptive Rec---18 Camps--------------------------14-15 Theater-----------------------------18 Youth Programs Table of Contents Special Events Special Events--------------24-29 Farmers Market-----------------------21 Party Package------------------------23 General Park Information Contact Us----------------------------2-3 Disc Golf-------------------------------36 Employment-----------------------34 Park Map & Facility Key---------40-41 Registration Form--------------------43 Registration Information------------42 Shadow Wood Splash Pad----------34 Shelter Rentals-------------------37-39 Special Interest Groups-------------44 Veterans Memorial Arena--------30 Veterans Memorial Pool------31-33 Table of Contents Dog Obedience------------------19 RSVP Bone Builders------------20 Senior Citizens Info----------------20 Tae Kwon Do------------------------19 Adult Programs *Please Note: Although we make every effort to provide accurate information in this brochure, all material included is subject to change. This includes any programs, classes, dates, hours and fees listed in this brochure. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause. WITH NEW DISCOUNTS AND RATES, NOW IS THE TIME TO TAKE ANOTHER LOOK. Chris Heise Agency, Inc. 722 13th Ave E West Fargo, ND 58078 Bus: (701) 293-0798 firstname.lastname@example.org 1 1 WEST FARGO PARK DISTRICT 500 13th Avenue West P.O. Box 762 West Fargo, ND 58078 Park Office: (701) 433-5360 Fax: (701) 433-5369 Cancellation/Information Line: (701) 433-5363 Regular Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Closed on Weekends and Holidays Adult Slowpitch Cancellation Line -------- 433-5373 City of West Fargo-----------------------------433-5300 L.E. Berger Indoor Pool ----------------------356-2018 Veterans Memorial Arena -------------------433-5370 Veterans Memorial Pool----------------------433-5372 West Fargo Public Library ------------------ 433-5460 West Fargo Public Works ------------------ 433-5400 Park Web Site -------------------------------wfparks.org Email ------------------------email@example.com The West Fargo Park District’s Mission is to provide opportunities for its citizens to enjoy their leisure time in our public programs, facilities, and parks that: West Fargo Park District's Mission Park Information • Contribute to the physical, mental and social development of our citizens • Contribute to the quality of community life • Meet citizens needs and interests through quality services at a reasonable price The West Fargo Park District values your opinion. Therefore, we ask you to complete a short survey to let us know how you think we are doing. Your feedback helps us make changes and adjustments to our programs and events to ensure we are meeting the public's needs. Log onto wfparks.org to complete a survey for each activity or program you attend. Thank you for your past input and suggestions. Activities and Event Evaluations The West Fargo Park District has matching fund dollars available for development of areas of special interest. These funds may only be utilized within West Fargo Park District facilities. Individuals or groups interested in pursuing a project are encouraged to contact Barb Erbstoesser, Executive Director, by calling 433-5360. Matching Funds Program Playful City USA If you are interested in planting a tree in memory or in honor of someone special contact the Park District. Planting a Tree Playful City USA is a national recognition program honoring cities and towns that make play a priority and use innovative programs to get children active, playing, and healthy. West Fargo has been a Playful City USA member since 2010. All because of the great people in our community! Thank you! 2 2 West Fargo Park District Staff Front Row: Justin Germundson Business Manager-9 years, Barb Erbstoesser, Executive Director-26 years, Micah Fraase, Maintenance-2 years, Katie Ettish, Recreation Specialist-4 years, Jamie Olson, Facility Manager-21 years, Kim Wangler, Recreation Specialist-8 years, and JD LaDouceur, Facility Specialist-2 years Second Row: Andrew Rodriguez, Maintenance-10 years, Lance Belisle, Recreation Manager-8 years, Bob Potter, Operations Manager-34 years, Kevin Hawley, Maintenance-24 years, Greg Foien, Maintenance-21 years, Diane Fritz, Customer Service Rep-8 years, Dave Schacher, Maintenance-13 years, Dave Opdahl, Maintenance-16 years and Doug Haakenson, Shift Leader-6 years Park Information Park Board Members Park Board meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. at West Fargo City Hall. Park Board Meeting Park Staff Emails Front Row: Kathy Scully -Commissioner, Sharon Odegaard- President and Denise Johnson-Commissioner. Back Row: Jeff McCracken-Commissioner and Todd Rheault-Vice President Board Member Emails Sharon Odegaard, President firstname.lastname@example.org Todd Rheault, Vice President email@example.com Denise Johnson, Commissioner firstname.lastname@example.org Jeff McCracken, Commissioner email@example.com Kathy Scully, Commissioner firstname.lastname@example.org Barb Erbstoesser, Executive Director email@example.com Justin Germundson, Business Manager firstname.lastname@example.org Lance Belisle, Recreation Manager email@example.com Kim Wangler, Recreation Specialist II firstname.lastname@example.org Katie Ettish, Recreation Specialist I email@example.com Diane Fritz, Customer Service Representative firstname.lastname@example.org Bob Potter, Park Operations Manager email@example.com Jamie Olson, Facility Manager firstname.lastname@example.org 3 3 Discovering Music This adult/child class is a great introduction to music. Adults will work hands on with their child while being lead by Chaycie Kramer, KinderMusik instructor. Participants will learn the fundamentals of music through singing, movement, marching and rhythm while playing with different musical instruments. Due to limited space, only the participant and one adult will be allowed to attend this class. Each session will have a different theme. Code 1247 1248 1249 1250 Kinder School Creative Time Kinder School is for boys and girls ages 4 and 5 (by June 4, 2014) that have not yet entered kindergarten. This program targets personal growth, creativity and imaginative thinking. Youth participate in arts, crafts, story time and other activities. Children may register for both sessions. Parents need to pick their children up on time. Code 1271 1272 Age 18mo-3 4-6 18mo-3 4-6 Dates June 2-23 July 7-28 Day Time 10:00-10:45am 9:00-9:45am 10:00-10:45am Ages Days 4-5 Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays Dates June 3-19 July 8-24 Time 11:00am12:00noon Mondays 9:00-9:45am Location------June Session-Maplewood Activity Center July Session-Rendezvous Activity Center Fee------------$36 Min 8/Max 12 Location----Veterans Memorial Arena Meeting Room 2nd Floor Fee----------$35 Min 10/Max 18 Preschool Programs Toddler Time This parent/child class for 3 year olds is meant to introduce games and activities such as bowling, soccer, track, T-ball and other various exercises to the participants. Parents will work hands-on with their child while being led by a qualified instructor. Code 1319 1320 Age 3 Days Tuesdays Dates April 22May 27 July 15August 19 Time 4:455:30pm Location------Veterans Memorial Arena Community Room Fee------------$27 Min 10/Max 14 Register at least one week prior to class start date. Other Sports for Little Tykes Offered to 3-5 year olds See page 11 for more details. Ton of Fun This is a program for boys and girls 4-5 years old. Youth will be introduced to games and activities such as bowling, soccer, track, kickball, T-ball and various exercises. This program focuses on basic rules and skills. Code 1321 1322 Soccer Daytime & Evening T-ball Offered to ages 4, 5, and 6. See page 6 for more details. Ages Days 4-5 Tuesdays Dates April 22May 27 July 15August 19 Time 5:406:25pm Offered to 3-5 year olds See page 9 for more details. Offered to 3-5 year olds See page 13 for more details. Skating Lessons Youth Track Location----Veterans Memorial Arena Community Room Fee-----------$30 Min 10/Max 20 Register at least one week prior to class start date. 4 • • • • • Registration Deadline is April 11. Bring your glove on the first day of ball. Request T-shirt size and school attending on registration form. There will be no Baseball or Softball the week of July 4. Schedules will be emailed and posted on our website, wfparks.org. Baseball and Girls Softball All baseball/softball levels will be based on grade completed as of 2013/2014 school year. Girls and boys play together for T-Ball and Rookies. Ideally, a maximum amount of players placed on a roster is 12. Exceptions may occur based on the situation. Team schedules will be posted online at wfparks.org by May 23. Team rosters will be set up according to school attending. Please specify the school your child attends or would like to play with when you register. Registrations will not be accepted by mail, fax or in the office after the April 11 deadline. Anyone interested in registering after the deadline must come to the park office. Late fees will apply. Individual and team photos will be taken. Dates and times will be posted online and on a printed schedule. On the 1st day of baseball/softball, teams will meet at their assigned field. During the first week participants will work on skill development and rules of the game. There are 2 rain out dates built into the schedule. If more than 2 days are cancelled due to weather, those days will be made up the week of July 28-31. For weather related information and other updates, call the Cancellation Line at 433-5363. Equipment: Players should bring their own baseball glove with them to practice every day. Bats will be supplied by the West Fargo Park District. For sanitary reasons, the West Fargo Park District highly recommends players bring their own helmet. However, helmets will be provided for those who do not bring their own. Carpooling: For carpooling purposes you may request to play with two other individuals, however these two individuals must be in the same level and school as your child. These registrations must be mailed together or turned into the office at the same time. To help prevent errors in this process we encourage participants not to use online registration if making carpool requests. This procedure only applies to registrations received by the registration deadline. Minors or Majors: Requests to play on the same team will not be guaranteed. Siblings will be grouped together only if requested on registration form. Daycares: If you are responsible for transporting a group of players call the park office before April 4 at 433-5360 and we will limit your players to be on 2 teams. Only 12 players will be allowed per team. Youth Sports 5 This program is for 4 year old boys and girls who want to have fun and learn the basic skills such as throwing and batting. Parents will work hands on with their child while being lead by a qualified instructor. Youth must be 4 years old prior to July 17, 2014, no exceptions! Register youth according to elementary school they plan to attend once they are in 1st grade. Code Ages 1228 Parent/Tot T-Ball Days Dates June 10July 17* Time 5:00pm or 6:15pm Must be 4 Tuesdays prior to and July 17, 2014 Thursdays Location-----Service Club Park, 401 7th Ave E Fee-----------$27 by April 11, $47 after April 11 *Will not meet the week of July 4th. **Teams will meet 1-2 times per week during one of the times listed above. Please see schedule for more details. Max: 144 T-Ball This beginner league for boys and girls focuses on participation, skills and fun. Day-Time T-Ball is coached by West Fargo Park District staff and the Evening T-Ball program is coached by volunteers. If you would like to coach, please let us know on the registration form. Register youth by elementary school they plan to attend once they are in 1st grade. Elmwood Day-Time T-Ball (Ages 5 & 6) Code 1226 Rendezvous Day-Time T-Ball (Ages 5 & 6) Code 1290 Ages 5&6 Days Mondays and Wednesdays Dates June 4July 23* Time 10:30-11:30am Ages Days 5&6 Tuesdays and Thursdays Dates June 3July 24* Time 9:00-10:00am Location-----North and South Elmwood and Westside Parks Fee-----------$36 by April 11, $56 after April 11 *Will not meet the week of July 4th Max: 156 1291 Location-----Rendezvous Park Fee-----------$36 by April 11, $56 after April 11 *Will not meet the week of July 4th. Max: 96/session 10:30-11:30am Evening T-Ball (Ages 5 & 6) Code 1227 Ages 5&6 Days Dates Time 5:00pm, 6:15pm or 7:30pm Tuesdays June 3and July 24* Thursdays Location------Service Club Park, 401 7th Ave E or Westside Park, 7th Ave and 8th St W Fee------------$36 by April 11, $56 after April 11 *Will not meet the week of July 4th. **Teams will meet 1-2 times a week during one of the times listed above. Please see schedule for more details. Max: 104 REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS APRIL 11! Late fees will apply on April 12. 6 Rookies Baseball Rookies Baseball is for boys and girls. In this league a soft baseball will be pitched to players. The focus of this league is on fun and skill development. No final tournament will be played. Elmwood Rookies (1st & 2nd Grade) Code 1224 Rendezvous Rookies (1st & 2nd Grade) Code 1223 Grades 1st & 2nd Days Mondays and Wednesdays Dates June 4July 23* Time 12:151:30pm Grades 1st & 2nd Days Tuesdays and Thursdays Dates June 3July 24* Time 12:151:30pm Location-----North and South Elmwood Parks and Westside Park Fee-----------$36 by April 11, $56 after April 11 *Will not meet the week of July 4th. Max: 156 Location-----Rendezvous Park Fee-----------$36 by April 11, $56 after April 11 *Will not meet the week of July 4th. Max: 100 Minor and Major Baseball The Minor and Major Baseball Leagues are for boys. These leagues focus on fun, participation and skill development. A single elimination tournament (seeded randomly) will be played at the end of the season. Minor Baseball (3rd & 4th Grade) Code 1222 Major Baseball (5th & 6th Grade) Time 8:4510:00am Grades 3rd & 4th Days Mondays and Wednesdays Dates June 4July 24* Code 1221 Grades 5th & 6th Days Mondays and Wednesdays Dates June 4July 24* Time 8:4510:00am Location-----North and South Elmwood and Westside Parks Fee-----------$36 by April 11, $56 after April 11 Tournament games are the week of July 21-24. *Will not meet the week of July 4th. Max: 104 Location----North and South Elmwood and Westside Parks Fee----------$36 by April 11, $56 after April 11 Tournament games are the week of July 21-24. *Will not meet the week of July 4th. Max: 60 Youth Sports Girls Slowpitch Softball (Ages 9-12) This Softball League is for girls. This league is focused on fun, participation and skill development. Code 1296 Ages 9-12 Days Tuesdays and Thursdays Dates June 3July 24* Time 8:30-9:45am Location------North and South Elmwood Parks Fee------------$36 by April 11, $56 after April 11 Tournament games are the week of July 21-24. *Will not meet the week of July 4th. Max: 78 A special thank you to the West Fargo Exchange Club for sponsoring this year's baseball T-shirts! Tournament games will be held the week of July 21-24 for Minors, Majors and Girls Softball. Dates and times will be determined. Championship Tournaments West Fargo Exchange Club Girls Fastpitch Softball & Packer Girls Softball Camp For more information please call Pat Johnson at 701-412-5209. 7 Basketball for Beginners Learn the basic rules and techniques of basketball while having fun. Youth will learn fundamental skills such as teamwork, how to dribble, shoot and pass. Youth will work on hand eye coordination and motor skill development. Code 1229 1230 Ages 6 and 7 Days MondaysThursdays Dates August 4-14 Time 1:00-2:00pm 2:15-3:15pm Location-----Veterans Memorial Arena Community Room Fee-----------$26 Register by July 25 Min 15/Max 25 Flag Football Flag Football league is a recreational, non-competitive league designed for participants to have fun and learn the basic skills of flag football. All players need a mouthguard. Football spikes are recommended. • Please request shirt size on registration form. Jerseys will be handed out by the first game. • Please register according to grade and school attending for the 2014-2015 academic year. • Practices will be held on Monday or Tuesday or Thursday evenings at 5:30pm or 6:45pm, according to schedule. Games will be played on Saturdays beginning September 6 (Additional games might be added on Tuesday and Thursday evenings). • Team schedules will be emailed and posted online at wfparks.org by August 12. • Teams will be limited to 14 players per team. Space is limited so be sure to register early! • Carpooling: For carpooling purposes you may request to play with two other individuals, however these two individuals must be in the same level and school as your child. These registrations must be mailed together or turned into the office at the same time. To help prevent errors in this process we encourage participants not to use online registration if making carpool requests. This procedure only applies to registrations received by the registration deadline. • Volunteer coaches are needed! We would not be able to offer this program without the help of volunteer coaches. Please indicate on registration form if you are interested in being a coach. Code 1255 1256 1257 Youth Sports Grades Kindergarten and 1st 2nd and 3rd 4th and 5th Practice Days Mondays or Tuesdays or Thursdays 5:30pm or 6:45pm Game Days Games will start on Saturday, September 6* Dates August 19October 4th Game Times 9:00am or 10:30 am 10:30am or 12:00noon 12:00noon or 1:30pm Location-----South Elmwood Park Diamonds 1, 2, 3, 4 and Scheels Soccer Complex Register by July 21. Fee-----------$40 by July 21, $60 after July 21 if space is available. *Tuesday or Thursday games will also be played. Fl gis ag Fo tra tio otbal Re nD i l s J gis tra uly 2 eadli ne Jul tion 1! y2 1 is Fee a $60 fter ! Re Your Official City Newspaper since 1967 More Local News! 701.492.0696 • www.WFSportsCare.com 1207 Prairie Parkway, West Fargo, ND 58078 Dr. Aaron Jones // Dr. Ryan Jenkins // Dr. Samantha Kiecker // Dr. Lucas Marz // Dr. Aimee Marz Visit us at www.westfargopioneer.com or call: 451-5714 8 Ice Skating Lessons Lessons are open to ages 3 and older. If your child is new to skating and is planning on playing hockey for the 2014-2015 season, it is highly recommended to take these skating lessons. Skaters will work on balance, edge work, forward and backward skating and many other skating skills. Skate rental is not available. Code 1292 1293 1294 1295 Adult/Tot Course Content If skater needs assistance, is unable to get across ice alone or falls often this level is recommended. Instruction includes getting up from a fall, marching in place, forward marching and beginning stops. Level 1 & 2 Skating Levels Adult/Tot (Ages 3-6) Level 1 (Ages 4-16) Level 2 (Ages 4-16) Level 3, 4, 5 (Ages 6-16) Days MondaysThursdays Dates Time 6:15-6:45pm 7:00-7:30pm 7:45-8:15pm July 14-24 5:30-6:00pm If the skater can make it across the rink by him or herself without assistance. Skaters will learn skating and gliding forward, stopping, two-foot hops, and bubbles, as well as an introduction to backward skating and gliding. Skater should pass Level 1 to move to Level 2. Level 3 & 4 Location----Veterans Memorial Arena - Vets 2 Fee----------$41 Register by June 27 Min 5/Max 20 Skaters will learn forward skating using the blades rather than marching and be introduced to edges, crossovers & three turns. Skater must pass Level 2 to move to Level 3 and pass Level 3 to move to Level 4. Level 5 Please check our website for dates and times for additional hockey skills camps and hockey skating skills. Skaters will learn backward edges, backward crossovers, hockey stops, and one-foot spins, as well as T-stops, spirals, lunges, and bunny hops. Skater must pass Level 4 to move to Level 5. Junior Air Pistol Class This program is an introduction to shooting sports. The primary course objectives include instruction of safe air gun handling practices, sight alignment, trigger control and an introduction to international style shooting events. Participants must be accompanied by a responsible adult. For the safety of all involved, any student that demonstrates inappropriate or disruptive behavior will be removed from class immediately. All required equipment and materials, including air pistols, supporting stands, pellets, targets and eye protection are provided. Code 1217 1218 Sports Time and More Get together and meet new friends. Youth will enjoy kickball, soccer, football and basketball as well as having fun with the scooters, jump ropes, parachute, hula hoops and much more. Wear tennis shoes and comfortable clothing for an hour of fitness and fun! Code 1297 1298 Youth Sports Ages Days 6-9 Mondays and Wednesdays Dates Time June 2-25 9:0010:00am July 14August 6 9:0010:00am Ages Days 7-18 Dates May 1, 8, 15, 22 Time 6:007:00pm Thursdays April 3, 10, 17, 24 Location-----Red River Regional Marksmanship Center 640 16th St NE Fee----------- $33 (Includes All Supplies/Equipment) Min 5/Max 10 Location------June Session-Rendezvous Activity Center 1055 32nd Ave W July Session-Maplewood Activity Center 1504 17th Ave E Fee------------$27 Min 10/Max 20 ND Game and Fish Hunters Education Classes Classes will be held May through September at the Red River Regional Marksmanship Center. For more Information, log onto rrrmc.com. Sandhills Archery Club offers classes for all ages. Please visit www.sandhillsarchers.org or send an email to email@example.com for more infomation. The West Fargo Park District no longer offers archery classes. 9 FIZZ West Fargo Public Library Summer Reading Program All programs are free • Registration is required Registration Celebration Saturday, May 31st, 11 am - 4:30 pm Registration is open through July 25th • BOOM READ! Cake and t-shirts! (while supplies last) Read books and earn prizes! Programs include: A Study in Illusion, Blind Date with a book, Sky Lab, Dr. Freeze the Scientist, RRV Traveling Zoo, Cookie Decorating, Kid’s Garden Club, projects, movies and more. Closing Celebration Saturday, July 26th, 2:00-4:00 pm • Refreshments, games, door-prizes, balloon twister. Youth Sports Visit the library for registration, dates, times or questions. 109 3rd Street East, West Fargo • 701.433.5460 • westfargolibrary.org April 26-May 31 Age 3-K to include two practices per week and/or scrimmages and games. Grade 1-5 will include two practices per week and the Kohls Cup Rec Tournament. Spring Rec: Age 3-Grade 5 Summer Rec: Grades 1-5 June 2-July 23 (two practices per week) May 19-July 31 Dates are dependant on gender, age and numbers of initial registrations, please check westfargosoccerclub.org for additional information. Summer Competitive firstname.lastname@example.org • 701-478-0752 westfargosoccerclub.org 10 10 Summer Soccer • The West Fargo Park District and the West Fargo Soccer Club have joined up to offer a soccer program for Preschool through 5th Graders. Ages 3 - Kindergarten will register with West Fargo Park District and Grade 1-5 will register through West Fargo Soccer Club. • The first two weeks will focus on skill development. After two weeks, games will be incorporated. • Participants need to bring a soccer ball with them; Size 3 ball for children under 8 and Size 4 for ages 8-12. Shin guards and soccer shoes are also recommended. • Please include school and grade completed in the 2013-2014 school year. Preschool and Kindergarten students should register according to elementary school in their area. • Please request jersey size on registration form. • Team schedules will be emailed and posted at wfparks.org by May 23. • Individual and team pictures will be taken at Veterans Memorial Arena. Dates and times will be posted online and on a printed schedule. • Check the Cancellation Line at 433-5363 for most current updates. • For more information for Ages 3-Kindergarten call the Park Office at 433-5360. Grades 1-5 should contact the West Fargo Soccer Club at 478-0752. Code 1299 1300 1301 Ages 3 as of July 23, 2014 4 5 and Kindergarten Days Dates Time 5:00-5:35pm 5:00-5:35pm 6:00-6:45pm Mondays and June 2 - July 23* Wednesdays Location----Scheels Soccer Field Complex, 101 13th Ave W Fee –------- $52 by April 18, $72 after April 18 Grades 1-5 register through West Fargo Soccer Club, please see information on page 10 *No soccer the week of July 4 *If there are more than 2 rainouts, make up dates will be July 28 and 30. Youth Sports Keep reversible soccer jersey from year to year and save $10 on next year's registration fee! REGIS TRAT DEADL ION INE IS APR IL 18! Late fe e will app s ly on April 19 . "Our Professionalism & Years of Experience Guarantees You Quality Service" Pest s n o s n h o J Inc. Control Locally Owned www.johnsonspest.com FREE ESTIMATES 701-282-8490 112 8th Ave NW, West Fargo email@example.com 1-800-352-4531 Residential • Commericial• Lake Homes• Farms• Bed Bugs• Insect• Rodent• Fleas•Grain Fumigation 11 • Tennis lessons are held at the West Fargo High School Tennis courts. These courts are located on the south side of the Veterans Memorial Arena. • In unfavorable weather conditions, tennis lessons will be held in the Veterans Memorial Arena, 1201 7th Ave. E. When lessons are moved to the arena, a sign will be posted at the outdoor tennis courts for daytime lessons. For evening lessons, please call the cancellation line, 433-5363 for latest updates. • The West Fargo Park District will provide PeeWee level with tennis racquets, however all other participants need to provide their own tennis racquet. Tennis balls will be provided. Tennis Lessons Daytime Tennis Lessons Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 July 21-31 *July 11 1318 1305 1308 1311 Pee Wee 8:15-8:45am Level Time Days Mondays through Thursdays $25 $30 $30 $35 Fee June 16-26 July 7-17 *June 6 1316 1303 1306 1309 *June 27 1317 1304 1307 1310 Outdoor Tennis Courts West Fargo High School 801 9th Street East 6-Court Lighted Complex For tennis lessons only. Herb Tintes Park 131 6th Avenue East 4 Recreational Courts Beginner I 8:45-9:30am Beginner I 9:45-10:30am Beginner II 10:30-11:30am Indoor Tennis Courts Veterans Memorial Arena 1201 7th Avenue East 2 Recreational Courts Youth Sports * Registration Deadline Dates Location----West Fargo High School Tennis Courts, (Park on southside of West Fargo High School) Min 5/Max 20 (for each level) Evening Beginner Tennis Lessons Code 1312 Ages 7 and older Days Dates Time 5:30-6:15pm Mondays and July 7-23 Wednesdays Skill Levels Participants should sign-up according to their skill level rather than their age. After the Pee Wee level, ages listed are guidelines rather than requirements. The Park District reserves the right to move individuals to another class if the one they are in has a low attendance. Location-----West Fargo High School Tennis Courts, (Park on southside of West Fargo High School) Fee-----------$29 Min 5/Max 20 Evening Parent/Child Tennis Want to spend more time with your child? Why not learn how to play tennis together? This introduction to tennis class will teach the basics of tennis to both parent and child. This class is taught by a qualified instructor. Code 1313 Ages 7-12 and parent Days Dates Time 6:30-7:15pm Mondays and July 7-23 Wednesdays PeeWee (Recommended Ages 4-6) This class is for the youngest tennis players who want to learn how to play tennis. Tennis racquets will be provided. Parents are welcome to attend. Players must be at least 4 years old. Location-----West Fargo High School Tennis Courts (Park on southside of West Fargo High School) Fee-----------$39 Min 5 Pairs/Max 10 Pairs (Recommended Ages 7-10) Beginner I Students learn basic tennis skills including forehand, backhand and serving. Emphasis on easy to learn games and drills. Don't Miss the Registration Deadlines! April 11 - All Baseball and Girls Softball April 18 - Summer Soccer 12 Beginner II For players who completed Beginner I. New techniques will be introduced using 10 the games and drills that are taught in Beginner 1. (Recommended Ages 11 & up) Tae Kwon Do Tae Kwon Do is a Korean style of martial arts. The class instructor is Master Jerry Jenson. He holds a 6th Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and a 3rd Degree Black Belt in Hap Kido. First time participants receive the first 2 weeks free. Sessions run on a month to month basis, therefore you can join at any time. For more information call Master Jerry at 367-5829 or the West Fargo Park District Office at 433-5360. Ages Youth Youth Adults Track Three track activities will be held each day. The activities are free and open to boys and girls ages 3-10. You do not need to attend every week. Free Event! Sponsored By: Days Mondays and Thursdays Dates Year Round Time 5:30-6:30pm 6:40-7:40pm 8:00-9:15pm Ages 3 4-6 7-10 Days Tuesdays Dates April 1, 8, 22 Time 5:45pm 6:30pm 7:15pm Location-----Veterans Memorial Arena Community Room Fee-----------$30/month for Youth (age 8+) $35/month for Adult *Not available for online registration Location----------Veterans Memorial Arena No Track on April 15. Free Event! Hershey's District Track Meet Volleyball Skills Camp The West Fargo Park District is offering a summer youth volleyball camp for boys and girls ages 9-13. Participants will be taught fundamental skills such as serving, hitting, passing, blocking and setting. Instructors will be local college volleyball players. Participants need to wear athletic shoes and gym clothes during this camp. It is recommended that participants bring water bottles with them each day. Code Ages Days 1323 1324 9-10 11-13 The Fargo Park District is hosting the Hershey District Qualifying Track and Field Meet. This meet is for boys and girls ages 9-14 as of December 31st, 2014. Participants may enter a maximum of three events. Forms may be picked up at the Fargo Park District office or online at wfparks.org. Pre-registration is strongly recommended. Must be turned in by May 9 to the Fargo Park District office. The Hershey Track meet will be offering the following events; 50, 100, 200 and 400 meter dash, 4x100 meter relay, 800 and 1600 meter run, standing long jump and softball throw. The first two places in each category will advance to the Hershey State Track Meet. Ages Day Dates Late Registration and Check-In 5:00pm Time Youth Sports Dates Time Fee Mondays - July 14-24 3:00-4:00pm $50 Thursdays 1:45-2:45pm Location------Veterans Memorial Arena Register by June 24 Min 12/Max 30 9-14 Wednesday May 14 6:00pm Location-----Fargo South High Track, 2001 17 Ave S Fee-----------FREE 13 Experimenting is Fun Camp Learn about science, healthy eating and how money matters! Youth will experiment with science activities like illusions, magnetism, air pressure and more. Each day kids will make and eat healthy snacks while learning about nutrition and how to operate kitchen gadgets. Learning the value of a dollar and how to develop a budget is important for people of all ages. Kids will participate in fun activities on spending and saving money. Code Ages 1254 7-12 The Power of Magic Camp Now you see it, now you don't. If you have ever wanted to learn how a Magician does tricks, this is the class for you. Learn how to do many tricks and create optical illusions that trick the eye and mind! Code 1276 Ages 7-12 Days Wednesdays Dates July 23 & 30 Time 1:00-3:00pm Location------Veterans Memorial Arena Meeting Room 2nd Floor Fee------------$20 Min 10/Max 20 Days Monday Thursday Dates June 16-19 Time 1:30-4:00pm Music Exploration Camp Explore and discover fun ways to create music! This camp will offer an opportunity to learn more about music and musical instruments. Campers will get to create their own instruments to bring home! Code 1314 1315 Location-----Veterans Memorial Arena Lobby Fee-----------$31 Min 10/Max 24 Ages 5-8 5-8 Days Monday and Wednesday Tuesday and Thursday Dates June 9 & 11 August 5 & 7 Time 12:302:00pm 9:0010:30am Day Camps Explore the Great Outdoors Camps Nature Detectives Location------Maplewood Activity Center Fee------------$35 Min 10/Max 20 Campers will get the opportunity to learn more about nature and the many different forms of life living all around us. These camps are a "Rain or Shine" event, if it is raining activities will be moved inside a shelter. Go on a scavenger hunt to learn about nature, birds and animals. What did you discover? Why do birds and animals feet determine where they live? Learn the answers to these questions and more during this fun camp! Learn how to make a plaster track cast of the foot prints you find. Code Ages 1262 7-12 Creepy Crawly Adventures What is an insect? Where do they live? What do they eat and why do we need them around? Learn the answers to these questions and more! Get a chance to look at crickets, ants and meal worms under a magnifier. Take one home to see what will happen in the next few weeks! Code Ages 1259 7-12 Day Wednesday Date June 4 Time 1:30-4:00pm Day Wednesday Date Time June 25 1:30-4:00pm Location-----North Elmwood Park, Enclosed Shelter Fee-----------$15 Min 10/Max 24 Location-----Maplewood Activity Center Fee-----------$15 Min 10/Max 24 Fun with Our Feathered Friends Bring a set of binoculars and learn all about birds. Participants will go bird watching through Elmwood Park and see many kinds of birds in their natural habitat. Youth will get to see what birds eat and where they live. Learn how to make a bird feeder and do fun activities to identify different kinds of birds. Code Ages 1260 7-12 It's a Plant's Life Is it a beautiful plant or a weed? Participants will learn how to identify if it is a weed they should pull or if it is a good plant they should let grow. Take a nature walk through the park to gather plants and items to make a terrarium to take home. Code Ages 1261 7-12 Day Wednesday Date July 16 Time 1:30-4:00pm Day Wednesday Date August 6 Time 1:30-4:00pm Location-----North Elmwood Park, Enclosed Shelter Fee-----------$15 Min 10/Max 24 Location-----Rendezvous Activity Center Fee-----------$15 Min 10/Max 24 14 Lil' Pioneers Camp Sponsored By: Campers will tour Bonanzaville and complete a scavenger hunt, while learning about pioneer common practices. Participants will be invited to Pioneer Days to show the public what they have learned. Each child will make a craft and enjoy a healthy snack. Planes, Trains and Automobiles Camp The West Fargo Park District and Bonanzaville are excited to offer this day camp. Youth will get the opportunity to explore and learn about real planes, trains and automobiles. This interactive camp will give youth an opportunity to not only look at, but actually get into these machines. Youth will end the day with a fun craft to take home and a healthy snack. Sponsored By: Code Ages 1273 7-12 Days Thursday Dates August 7 Time 1:00-4:00pm Location-----Bonanzaville, 1351 W Main Ave Fee----------$25 Min 10/Max 20 "Life on the Prairie" Camps The West Fargo Park District and Bonanzaville are excited to offer three camps where youth can step back in time and experience the "Good Old Days." Sponsored By: Code 1281 1282 Ages 7-12 Days Tuesday Dates July 29 Time June 24 1:00-4:00pm Location-----Bonanzaville, 1351 W Main Ave Fee-----------$23 Min 10/Max 30 West Fargo Experience School in a 1-Room Schoolhouse & Learn about Native American Traditions Experience a Pioneer school lesson, make fry bread and hand crafted items from beading to embroidery. Code Ages 1214 7-12 RRV Fair 2-Day Camp The West Fargo Park District, the Red River Valley Fair and Bell State Bank & Trust are sponsoring a 2-Day Camp geared toward urban youth during the Red River Valley Fair. Campers will be able to see the fair from a new prospective. Each day will be packed with fun activities, including visiting behind the scene of the Grandstand and barns, check out a carnival ride, complete a special project and maybe even get to see a band warming up for their big show! A snack will be provided each day. Please request T-shirt size on registration form. *Rainouts are not made up. Sponsored By: Day Camps Days Monday & Wednesday Dates June 9 & 11 Time 9:00-11:00am Location-----Bonanzaville, 1351 W Main Ave Fee----------$25 Min 8/Max 15 Pioneer Farming, Traveling and Caring for Horses Learn about pioneer farming and Bonanza farms with a hands on demonstration of corn grinding and how to travel by horse and take care of them. Code Ages Days 1215 7-12 Monday & Wednesday Dates June 16 & 18 Time 9:00-11:00am Location-----Bonanzaville, 1351 W Main Ave Fee----------$25 Min 8/Max 15 Life at the Blacksmith Shop, Medical Building and Creamery Learn about life as Blacksmith & Doctor, how to make ice cream and how dairy products were made and transported. Code Ages Days 1216 7-12 Monday & Wednesday Code 1283 Ages 7-12 Days Wednesday and Thursday Dates July 9 & 10 Time 1:00-5:00pm Dates Time June 23 & 25 9:00-11:00am Location-----Bonanzaville, 1351 W Main Ave Fee----------$25 Min 8/Max 15 Location ----- Meet at the Information Building in front of Schollander Pavilion Fee-------------$35 Min 10/Max 40 *Gate admission is free between 11:00am and 1:00pm. 15 Cartooning with Steve Stark Learn to create and draw cartoon characters! Steve Stark, area artist, will teach step-by-step methods on how to draw from head to toe and more. Participants will learn tips on how to draw people, animals and super heroes. Supplies will be provided. Each day something new will be taught! Code 1237 1238 Location-----Veterans Memorial Arena Meeting Room 2nd Floor Fee-----------$31 Min 25/Max 30 Crafty Kids Art Class Youth will make a variety of projects using various mediums of art including many types of paints, chalks and modge podge. Craft items will be made of wood, paper and various materials. Each week will incorporate nature, summer fun and other themes. Kids will be able to take home art projects each week! Code Ages Days 5-7 8-12 5-7 8-12 July 15-31 Tuesdays & Thursdays Dates June 3-19 Time 9:3010:30am 12:302:00pm 9:3010:30am 12:302:00pm Ages 7 and older Days MondayThursday Dates August 11-14 Time 9:3010:30am 11:00am12:00noon 1243 1244 1245 1246 Clay Class - Beginners Location---------Veterans Memorial Arena Meeting Room 2nd Floor Fee----------------$25 Min 8/Max 20 *Register at least one week prior to class start date. Creative Arts Carrie Savageau, local artist and art teacher, will share her passion for clay art. Create pottery pieces by using hand building techniques such as the coil and slab methods. Finished projects will be ready for participants six weeks after each class. Code 1232 1233 1234 Funky Junk Art Use your creativity and make funky works of art with a variety of kid safe items. Youth will complete at least 4 art projects which may include 3-D projects, wall art and more. Youth will be encouraged to work with wood, paints and several recyclable items. Code 1258 Ages Days 7-15 Monday Thursday Dates June 2-5 July 21-24 August 4-7 Time 1:30-3:30pm Ages 8-15 Days Monday Thursday Date July 7-10 Time 9:00-10:30am Location---------Veterans Memorial Arena Lobby Fee----------------$40 Min 10/Max 15 *Register at least one week prior to class start date. Location---------Veterans Memorial Arena Meeting Room 2nd Floor Fee----------------$25 Min 10/Max 20 *Register at least one week prior to class start date. Clay for Two Carrie Savageau, local artist and art teacher, will share her passion for clay art. This class is for one adult and one youth, each will be creating pottery pieces. Finished projects will be ready for participants six weeks after each class. Code 1194 1195 Jewelry Making This class will teach girls and boys the skills needed to make their own jewelry. Youth will have fun making necklaces, bracelets, earrings and more while using trendy beads, strings, fabrics and other materials. Code 1266 Ages 7-15 and Adult 18+ 7-15 and Adult 18+ Days Thursday Thursday Date April 3 (Bowls) May 8 (Boxes) Time 6:00-8:00pm 6:00-8:00pm Ages 7-12 Days MondayThursday Dates July 28-31 Time 11:00am12:00noon Location---------Veterans Memorial Arena Lobby Fee----------------$22 Min 10/Max 15 *Register at least one week prior to class start date. Location------Veterans Memorial Arena Meeting Room 2nd Floor Fee------------$25 Min 10/Max 20 Register at least one week prior to class. 16 Little Picasso's Painting & Drawing Youth will work with paints and pastels while implementing and developing their drawing skills. Participants will be able to transform a favorite artistic drawing into a canvas creation to take home. The canvas and other art materials will be provided. Code 1274 LEGO TIME in the Parks NEW CLAS S! Ages Days 6-12 Mondays Dates June 2- July 14* Time 10:30am12:00Noon Each child will build their own Lego project and then play with others with their new creations. Lego projects will not be taken home as they will be used by youth throughout the summer. Location-----Veterans Memorial Arena, Meeting Room 2nd Floor Fee-----------$31 Min 10/Max 20 *No class on June 30 LEGO TIME at Rendezvous Code 1286 1287 Ages Day 6-12 Monday Monday Dates June 9 July 21 Time 1:00-3:00pm 1:00-3:00pm Location---- Rendezvous Activity Center, 1055 32 Ave W Fee----------$15 Max 10 LEGO TIME at Maplewood Code 1269 1270 Ages Day Dates Time 6-12 Monday Monday July 14 August 11 1:00-3:00pm 1:00-3:00pm Scrapbooking Must bring 30-40 of your favorite photos! Location---- Maplewood Activity Center, 1504 7th Ave E Fee----------$15 Max 10 Creative Arts Participants will be introduced to many basic scrapbooking techniques and complete a small homemade picture book to take home. Please bring 30-40 of your favorite pictures, stickers and some scrapbooking tools you may have. Special scissors, cutters, glue and paper will be provided. Code 1289 Ages Days 7-12 MondayThursday Dates August 4-7 Time 11:00am12:30pm Location-------Veterans Memorial Arena Meeting Room 2nd Floor Fee-------------$28 Min 10/Max 18 Register at least one week prior to class start date. Science Lab This class is for youth who enjoy experimenting with science. Mix concoctions and watch them react! Code 1284 1285 Ages Day 7-12 Thursdays Dates April 17May 22 Time 4:15-5:15pm 11:15-12:15pm Tuesdays & July 8-24 Thursdays Location: April Class----Veterans Arena Memorial Meeting Room 2nd floor July Class----- Veterans Arena Community Room Fee----------------------------$21 Min 10/Max 20 17 The Camp-A-Day Adaptive Recreation Program is for youth with developmental disabilities. Camp-A-Day will provide children with daily recreational and educational activities including swimming, crafts and field trips. The Park District provides transportation for the field trips, however it is the parent's responsibility to arrange transportation to and from Camp-A-Day. All participants must complete the application for Special Needs Programs prior to attending camp. This form will be available online or at our office and should be turned in with registration form. Code 1236 Adaptive Recreation Camp-A-Day Program Ages Days 7-18 MondaysThursdays Dates June 9-26 Time 11:45am3:00pm Location-----South Elementary School Fee-----------$45 Register by May 9 Min 8/Max 20 *Not available for online registration The cities of Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo have developed a partnership to provide programs to individuals of all ages who have special needs. For more programs visit the following websites: • www.cityofmoorhead.com/parks • www.fargoparks.com Missoula Children's Theatre The West Fargo Park District is excited to be working with the Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT). MCT is the nation’s largest touring children’s theatre and has been touring extensively for 40 years. A tour team will arrive with a set, lights, costumes, props and make-up, everything it takes to put on a play, except the cast. The show is rehearsed throughout the week and 2 public performances will be presented at the end of the week. All MCT shows are original adaptations of classic children’s stories and fairy tales with a twist. Also included are three enrichment workshops presented by the Tour Actor/Directors. Creativity, social skills, goal achievement, communication skills and self-esteem are all characteristics that are attained through the participation in this unique, educational project. MCT's mission is the development of life skills in children through participation in the performing arts. Code Ages 1277 1278 1279 Entering 1st Grade - age 7 8-12 13-18 Other Activities KING ARTHUR’S QUEST King Arthur, of legend and song, strode across Medieval England with courage and confidence…or did he? What if the troubles of his kingdom threatened to overwhelm him? Watch the Damsels in Distress sound the warning of trouble. Witness the Lady of the Lake as she produces the sword in the stone. Days Monday through Friday Dates June 23-27 Time 12:302:30pm and/ or 3:005:00pm according to rehearsal schedule.* Max Fee 16 26 18 $60 1280 1219 1220 Workshop 1-TBA Workshop 2-TBA Workshop 3-TBA Tuesday Wednesday Thursday June 24 11:30am June 25 12:15pm June 26 60 $5 2:00pm & 4:30pm Liberty Middle School 801 36th Ave E Friday, June 27 Location-----Liberty Middle School, 801 36th Ave E Register by June 2 *Additional rehearsals as needed Adults - $5, Ages 6-12 - $3, Ages 5 & Under - Free Admission: 18 Dog Obedience The West Fargo Park District offers an 8-week dog obedience course. All dogs must have Distemper, Parvo and Bordetella shots before attending lessons. Puppies do not need to have vaccines completed, but should have their shots up to date. Dogs must be on a leash. Doug Spieker is the instructor for these classes. Please call 433-5360 if you have any questions. Tae Kwon Do Tae Kwon Do is a Korean style of martial arts. The class instructor is Master Jerry Jenson. He holds a 6th Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and a 3rd Degree Black Belt in Hap Kido. First time participants receive the first 2 weeks free. Sessions run on a month to month basis, therefore you can join at any time. For more information call Master Jerry at 367-5829 or the West Fargo Park District Office at 433-5360. Dog Age Requirements Classes Puppy Kindergarten-----------------------------------7 weeks - 5 months Beginners------------------------------------------------5 months and older Advanced Beginners/Novice---------------Must complete Beginner Age of Dog Code 1252 1253 1251 Level Day Dates Time 5:30-6:30pm 6:30-7:30pm 7:30-8:30pm Advanced Wednesdays March 12, Beginners/Novice 19, 26, April 2, Puppy 9, 16, 23 Kindergarten & 30 Beginners Ages Youth Youth Adults Days Mondays and Thursdays Dates Year Round Time 5:30-6:30pm 6:40-7:40pm 8:00-9:15pm Other Activities Location---------Veterans Memorial Arena Community Room Fee---------------$50/dog, 2nd dog $25 (2nd Dog not available for online registration.) Max 20 Dogs/Class Classes may be subject to change. Location-----Veterans Memorial Arena Community Room Fee-----------$30/month for Youth (age 8+) $35/month for Adult *Not available for online registration Each year the Urban Forestry Committee selects a recipient to help celebrate Arbor Day. This year the committee will be planting a tree in honor of a West Fargo resident. The Arbor Day program will announce a date and time for this special day. A West Fargo Public School class will also be selected to be a part of this special day. The City of West Fargo is a Tree City USA. In order to be a Tree City USA, a city needs to have a Forestry Council, follow Tree Care ordinances, have an annual budget of at least $2 per capita, and hold an Arbor Day Observance and Proclamation. The Forestry Council also offers tree workshops throughout the year. 19 Arbor Day “Don’t Lose Your Cool” 24/7 Commercial Refrigeration Sales and Service www.redriverrefrig.com 160 8th Ave NW West Fargo, ND 58078 701-277-1739 • 877-553-1418 Senior Citizen Programs FREE PROGRA M! To get involved in programs aand activities at the West Fargo High Rise, please contact 282-3443. The Civic Seniors in West Fargo meet Wednesdays from 12:00pm to 4:00pm at the West Fargo VFW for cards and socializing. West Fargo Senior meals are served at the Faith Lutheran Church site, 127 2nd Avenue East, Mondays thru Fridays at noon. Sign up is required one day in advance. Persons interested in signing up can do so by calling the Valley Senior Services office at 356-2047. There is no set price for taking part in the meals program but a suggested donation of $3.50 is appreciated. Help Prevent Osteoporosis RSVP+ ND invites you to take part in Bone Builders, a FREE exercise program that strives to work against the negative effects of osteoporosis. By doing some simple weight training individuals can protect themselves from osteoporosis related fractures by increasing muscle strength and bone density. Ongoing classes will meet twice a week at Veterans Memorial Arena. Benefits of the program are improved balance, increased energy and mobility and increased bone density. For questions or to register, please call Teresa Huff, RSVP+ Coordinator at 701-231-9753 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Senior Citizens Picnic & Bingo The West Fargo Park District will sponsor a Senior Picnic for West Fargo residents age 60 and older. The picnic & Bingo will be Wednesday, July 23 at 12:00noon at the Bonanzaville Event Center, 1351 Main Ave W, West Fargo. Tour Bonanzaville and/or play Bingo. (It takes approximately 2 hours to tour Bonanzaville.) This free event is for West Fargo residents only. Reserve a spot by calling 433-5360 by July 17. Space is limited. Adult Activities Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:45 - 9:45am 10:00-11:00am Veterans Memorial Arena Lobby 1201 7th Ave E, West Fargo Let Spitfire Bar & Grill bring our signature wood fired food to your next event. Whether 10 a small event or a large gathering, we can find a menu and plan that will suit your needs. â€œFOOD WITH ATTITUDEâ€? 1660 13th Ave E West Fargo ND 58078 701-478-8667 20 Farmers Market & Beyond South Elmwood Parking Lot 500 13th Ave. W a for y s u rt Join of f Pa ic s k Kic live mu 10th! y l with ay, Ju d s r Thu Mondays and Thursdays July 10 - October 2 Market Hours: 4:00-7:00pm Locally grown fresh produce - herbs - berries - flowers - breads hand crafted items - home-based businesses and more Fresh produce, prepared or processed foods, hand crafted items, home-based business items, non-profit organizations and food vendors are welcome to participate in the market. To learn more about the Farmers Market, it's rules and application process log onto wfparks.org or call 433-5360. Proud Member of: Farmers Market and Beyond Sponsored By: Booth Fee is $15 per day. Join the West Fargo Park District for these fun events in July! July is Park and Recreation Month West Fargo Parks Scavenger Hunt Tuesday, July 22nd 5:30-8:00pm Big Screen Movie Matinee "Monsters University" Thursday, July 10 1:00pm Veterans Memorial Arena Stop by the Maplewood Activity Center to Play! Gather all the items and race to the ďƒžnish! Camera is needed! More rules to come! Free hot dog and pop! Hawaiian Beach Blast Tuesday, July 15 5:30-7:30pm Rendezvous Park 21 21 What's New in the Parks? Maplewood Park Actvity Center Rendezvous Park Activity Center Shadow Creek Playground -Scheels Soccer Complex Irrigation System The Wilds Playground ZipKrooz at North Elmwood Park 66' of Fun! River's Bend, Eaglewood, Brooks Harbor, The Preserve and Goldenwood Parks 22 New Parks & Developments in 2014 West Fargo Park Districtâ€™s Each package includes private room for 2 hours, three large pizzas and two 2-liters of pop! Additional accommodations can be made for a charge. at Veterans Memorial Arena Choose a Party Package: Package 1 - $150 One inflatable game, basketball and scooters! Package 2 - $200 Two inflatable games of your choice! Package 3 - $150 Bring your favorite movie to watch super-sized! Inflatable Games to choose from: Giant Double Slide All Sports Challenge Bounce 'N Slide (Ages 6 & under) Call and check on availability, 433-5360 The West Fargo Park District is a proud member of the North Dakota Recreation & Parks Association and the National Recreation and Parks Association. Thank you for supporting the West Fargo Park District! 23 23 Bouncin' More & More Bash & Bouncin' Bash Veterans Memorial Arena 1201 7th Ave E, West Fargo Sunday, M Friday, March 21 arch 23 Saturday, March 22 1 1:00am-5 1:00pm-8:00pm :00pm 10:00am-8:00pm d n a b t s i r W $6.00/ ults to watch) ad (Free for 12 & Under must . Children an adult h it w d n e att Special Events OBSTACLE COURSES! KIDDIE-LAND! LASER TAG! VERTICAL RUSH! VOLCANO CLIMB! WIPED OUT! DOUBLE SLIDES! BAZOOKA BALL BATTLE! MUCH MUCH MORE!* Concessions will be available! Reserve a Party Space at Bouncin' Bash! • 10 Wristbands (Additional Wristbands for $5 each) • Private Area for 3 Hours • Decorations • 3 Large One-Topping Pizzas • Beverages and place settings for 10 Guests $150 Call 433-5360 to reserve your party! Space is limited! Sponsored By: For more information, call 433-5360 or log onto wfparks.org *Activities are subject to change. 24 24 Twin Arrows Archery Tournaments at the Veterans Memorial Arena Scheels Classic - March 15 & 16 State Archery Shoot - March 29 & 30 For more information, please call Trent at 701-730-0123 YOUTH TRACK April 1, 8 & 22 Age 3 - 5:45pm Ages 4-6 - 6:30pm Ages 7-10 - 7:15pm Veterans Memorial Arena 1201 7th Ave E Saturday, April 5 9:00am-8:00pm Sunday, April 6 9:00-5:00pm Veterans Memorial Arena 1201 7th Ave E, West Fargo www.topperscarclub.com Rummage Sale Saturday, April 12 7:00am-2:00pm Veterans Memorial Arena $1/person (Kids 17 & Under Free) Crafts, antiques, collectibles, closeout items and garage sale items. Free parking! Booth Spaces - $35 For more information, call 433-5360 or wfparks.org. Gigantic to get $5 off each booth space! Register by March 29 The Easter Bunny Veterans Memorial Arena 1201 7th Avenue East HUNT FOR EASTER EGGS! BUNNY WALK! GAMES! CRAFTS! INFLATABLE BOUNCE & SLIDE! DECORATE EASTER EGGS! BABY CHICKS! FACE PAINTING! CONCESSIONS AVAILABLE! Ages 2-8 Welcome $3.00/Participant with special guest EASTER EGG HUNT Special Events Tuesday, April 15 5:00-7:00pm Items for Sale: West Fargo VFW Post 7564 25 25 West Fargo Park District’s NEW FORMAT! Separate Divisions for Upper and Lower teams!* F ven E e e r t Sunday, May 18 ! 1:00-3:00pm tive rea C Be Veterans Memorial Arena Get M essy! Spring Art-Mania April 26: Co-ed Teams April 27: Women’s Teams Veterans Memorial Arena 1201 7th Ave E. ~ West Fargo Be tist! an Ar e Hav Fun ! A fun day for ages 6-12! Fee: $100 Enjoy an afternoon of being creative and making works of art with a spring theme! Move from station to station while learning new art techniques: Special Events Enjoy a 2 mile scenic walk through Shadow Wood Park! Meet at the Gazebo. Please register at fmwalkthisway.com Tuesday, April 29 7:00pm Make a variety of art projects using watercolors, chalks and pastels. Other art projects will include wood art and fun craft items. For more information, contact the West Fargo Park District at 433-5360. Advertise with Us! Fargo e West Guid vity 2013 Acti mmer ring/Su Sp Park District W h Ave 78 500 13t ND 580 Fargo, 3-5360 West 701-43 .org wfparks 1 Banking Mobile App • Mobile Bill Pay • Mobile Check FREE Mobile bellbanks.com Take your bank wherever you are! Deposit 4929 Member FDIC 3 locations serving West Fargo: West Fargo | 409 Sheyenne Street • Times Square | 5050 13th Avenue S.W. • Veterans Boulevard | 5680 23rd Avenue S. The West Fargo Park District publishes over 15,000 activity guides twice a year to share recreational programs and events with area residents. This publication is mailed to all homes in West Fargo and residents in the West Fargo School District. This is a great opportunity for advertisers to get their messages to the West Fargo community. To advertise in the next issue, please contact Kim Wangler at email@example.com. Summer Reading Program May 31-July 26 Programs include: A Study in Illusion, Blind Date with a book, Sky Lab, Dr. Freeze the Scientist, RRV Traveling Zoo, Cookie Decorating, Kid's Garden Club, projects, movies and more. West Fargo Public Library The West Fargo Public Library offers a fun and educational reading program. For more information, please call 433-5460 or visit westfargolibrary.org. 26 26 Wild West Jamboree Wednesday, June 18 ~ 5:30-7:30pm Rendezvous Park •Carriage Rides • Barrel Car Rides • Petting Zoo • Gunnysack Races Free Even t ! • Roping Demos • Western Games • Giant Checkers and Jenga • Miniature Golf Kite Flying • Pony Rides - $2.00 • Hotdogs, Chips & Beverage - $1.00/plate Special Performance By: Sponsored By: Special Events Activities are subject to change. Red River Valley Fair 2-Day Camp July 9-10 • 1:00-5:00pm • Visit the Grandstand • Tour of the Barns • Enjoy a Carnival Ride • Special Arts and Crafts • Pet the Animals • Much Much More! Go behind the scenes and see what the Red River Valley Fair is all about! For more information, see page 15! 2:00pm & 4:30pm Liberty Middle School 801 36th Ave E Friday, June 27 Adults - $5, Ages 6-12 - $3, Ages 5 & Under - Free Admission: 27 27 H AWAIIAN B EACH B LAST Tuesday, July 15 5:30-7:30pm Rendezvous Park 1055 32nd Ave W Free Even t ! Music provided by: Special Events Bring a Kite to Fly! Face Painting! Mechanical Surf Board! Barrel Car Rides! Miniature Golf! Connect Four! Carriage Rides! Jumbo Slide! Giant Checkers! Life-size Jenga! Hawaiian Best Dressed Contest! Hot dogs, chips & beverage - $1/plate Sno-cones - $1 Sponsored By: Big Screen Movie Matinee SnoPopcoCones, Pop $ rn or 1.00 ! Senior Picnic & Bingo Wednesday, July 23 12:00Noon Bonanzaville USA Event Center 1351 Main Ave West "Monsters University" Thursday, July 10 Show start at 1:00pm Veterans Memorial Arena The West Fargo Park District will sponsor a Senior Picnic & Bingo for West Fargo residents age 60+. The picnic will be Wednesday, July 23 at 12:00noon at the Bonanzaville Event Center, 1351 Main Ave W, West Fargo. Tour Bonanzaville and/or play Bingo. (It takes approximately 2 hours to tour Bonanzaville.) This free event is for West Fargo residents only. Reserve a spot by calling 433-5360 by July 17. Space is limited. 28 Don't forget a blanket or lawn chair! Bleachers will be available for seating! West Fargo Parks Dog Show West Fargo Police Department Hosted by: Tuesday, August 19 5:30-7:30pm North Elmwood Park Enter your dog in this fun and recreational dog show. Awards will be presented to: Best Groomed Best Dressed Best Trick Most Unusual Breed Cutest Puppy Best of Show Visit with area pet vendors and sign up for door prizes. Tuesday, August 5 5:00-9:00pm North Elmwood Park * Entertainment * Food Vendors * Demonstrations * Information Booths Fun for the Whole Family! For more information, contact the West Fargo Police Department at 433-5500 or visit westfargopolice.com. Special Events Big Screen Movie Matinee "Despicable Me 2" Thursday, August 14 Show start at 1:00pm Veterans Memorial Arena Bring a blanket or lawn chair! Bleachers will be available! Sno-Cones, Popcorn or Pop $1.00! to get $5 off each booth space! Register by September 5 Fall Rummage Sale September 20 7:00am-1:00pm Veterans Memorial Arena 17 & under get in free Crafts, antiques, collectibles, closeout items and garage sale items. Free parking! Items for Sale: Booth Space - $35 For more information, $1/person 29 call 433-5360 or wfparks.org Veterans Memorial Arena 1201 7th Ave East 433-5370 Spring Hours March 11 - May 22 Monday-Friday 7:00am-9:00pm Saturday & Sunday 7:00am-12:00noon Summer Hours May 23 - September 2 Monday - Thursday 7:00am-9:00pm Friday 7:00am-12:00pm Saturday & Sunday: Closed Arena & Lobby Rental Information Fitness Room The Veterans Memorial Arena, the lobby, the multi-purpose and meeting rooms are available for rent to public and private groups. For rental details, please call the Arena Manager at 433-5370. Veterans Memorial Arena Fitness equipment is available for public use at no fee. The fitness room includes a treadmill, recumbent bike, universal weight machine, free weights and elliptical machine. Must be 18 years of age or older to use this facility. Basketball Court A 33' X 60' basketball court is available in the Veterans Memorial Arena Community Room. To reserve, contact Vets Arena at 433-5370. Open Public Skate Open Public Skate is available for $2.00 per skater or $5 per family (max of 5 per family). Log onto wfparks.org for updated open skate schedules. Party Rental Package Looking for a new party idea? The West Fargo Park District offers several Party Packages that give you a party area for 2 hours. Options include use of inflatable games, basketball courts and mini-basketballs, floor scooters and pizza and beverages for 10 people. For more information see page 23 or visit wfparks.org. Please call the park office to check on availability, 433-5360. Indoor Track The Veterans Memorial Arena features an indoor 1/8 mile walking/jogging track. Track schedules are available monthly at the arena information center and posted at wfparks.org. GOLF CARS A Textron Company • New or Used • Gas or Electric • Complete Service • Parts/Accessories • Rental Available Ostrom's Hardware WWW.CHENEYMOTORSPORTS.COM Toll Free 1-866-582-5965 "The #1 Golf Car in the World" Located at Cheney Motor Sports 701-282-5965 "Always greeted by friendly and knowledgeable staff." 701-282-3046 1100 13 Ave E • West Side of Sunmart • West Fargo Mon-Fri, 7:30am-9:00pm Sat. 8:00am-6:00pm • Sun. 12:00-5:00pm 104 8th Ave NW, West Fargo 30 3030 Veterans Memorial Pool 131 6th Avenue East 433-5372 N E W ! Veterams Memorial Arena Veterans Memorial Pool OPENING SUMMER 2014! e y th to b p Sto Office Pass k ol Par ur Po Yo day! Get To Veterans Memorial Pool Hours Open Swim: Open 7 days a week 1:00-4:30pm (Afternoon session) 5:30-8:30pm (Evening session) Adult Lap Swim/Adaptive Swim Monday-Friday: 12:00-12:50pm Due to new construction, the Veterans Memorial Pool opening date is unavailable at this time. Please watch for updates as to when the pool will open. Thank you for your patience and understanding through this process! V.F.W. POST - 7564 Pull Tabs - Black Jack -Bingo We Welcome You to Our 308 Sheyenne Street, West Fargo, ND 701-282-4728 â€˘ Fax 701-282-4822 www.westfargoVFW.com Live Entertainment Fri & Sat 8:30pm-12:30am For information on swimming lessons and other indoor swimming information contact the L.E. Berger Pool at 356-2018. The indoor pool is located at 631 4th Avenue East in West Fargo. L.E. Berger Indoor Swimming Pool 31 31 Veterans Memorial Pool Season Pass Form All forms must be submitted to the West Fargo Park District office, 500 13th Ave W. West Fargo. You must come to the park office to take a membership photo and pick up your pool pass. Open Swim: Open 7 days a week 1:00-4:30pm (Afternoon session) 5:30-8:30pm (Evening session) Lap Swim/Adaptive Swim Monday-Friday: 12:00-12:50pm Pool Hours: Season Passes: Individual: $45 Individual w/slide: $75 Family*: $200 *A “family” is defined as parents and their dependent children (18 & under). Nannies and baby sitters must purchase an individual pass or pay admission. Family passes includes the slide for those meeting height requirements. No additions can be made to the Family Season Pass after purchased. POOL MANAGEMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE HOURS OF OPERATION OR TO CLOSE THE POOL FOR WEATHER, ATTENDANCE OR OTHER SAFETY CONCERNS WITHOUT NOTICE. Veterans Memorial Pool Due to new construction, the Veterans Memorial Pool opening date is unavailable at this time. Please watch for updates as to when the pool will open. Thank you for your patience and understanding through this process! PLEASE PRINT: PARENT/GUARDIAN NAME: ___________________________________________________________ ADDRESS: ________________________________CITY:_______________STATE:_____ ZIP:_______ PHONE: (Primary) __________________(Cell) ________________Email________________________ Name Birthdate Gender M or F M or F M or F M or F M or F M or F Waiver Pass Type Fee TOTAL AMOUNT DUE $ I understand that the West Fargo Park District and/or activity sponsor does not provide medical insurance nor will the West Fargo Park District and/or activity sponsor be responsible for any medical expenses. I hereby authorize Park District employees, activity coaches and instructors to act for me according to their best judgment in any emergency requiring medical attention and hereby waive and release the West Fargo Park District, its employees, activity sponsors, coaches, and instructors from any and all liability for any injuries. I also certify that my child(ren) or above listed participant(s) are medically fit to participate in the above activity(s) and have health insurance. I know that photos of participants may be used by the Park District. (REGISTRATION NOT COMPLETE WITHOUT PAYMENT) Payment Method ____Cash ____Check (Payable to West Fargo Park District) ____Visa ____MasterCard ____Discover Credit Card #__________________________________ Exp. Date_____________ 3 Digit Security Code_______ Name on Card (Print)__________________________ Signature of Cardholder____________________________ 32 Veterans Memorial Pool ask and ing l l Ca t hav u ty! abo ol Par a Po 3-5360 43 131 6th Avenue East 433-5372 Veterans Memorial Pool Hours Open Swim: Open 7 days a week 1:00-4:30pm (Afternoon session) 5:30-8:30pm (Evening session) Adult Lap Swim/Adaptive Swim Monday-Friday: 12:00-12:50pm • Each person that enters the pool must pay an admission fee. • Children under the age of 1 are free. • Passes must be presented at the time of admission. • A "family" is defined as parent(s) and their dependent children (18 & under). • Nannies and baby sitters must purchase an individual pass or pay admission. • Family passes include water slide for those meeting requirements. • No additions can be made to the Family Season Pass after purchased. • Pool management reserves the right to change the hours of operation or to close the pool for weather, attendance or other safety concerns without notice. Session Fee (Adult Lap Swim/Adaptive) Session Fee with Slide Season Pass Season Pass with Slide Family Season Pass $2.00 $4.00 $45.00 $75.00 $200.00 The West Fargo Park District provides lifeguards to ensure that all patrons are safe while swimming. Groups are to provide supervisors to enforce rules, maintain safety, and help discipline their children when necessary. All young children must be supervised according to the rules below. Pool Rules • No glass containers. • Food in designated areas only. • No outside food or beverage allowed, concessions are available. • No bandages or open sores will be allowed in the pool. • No cutoff shorts or basketball shorts in the pool. • No hair pins, elastic or plastic hair bands. • Waterproof plastic diapers are required for diaper-aged children (available at the pool for $2). • Inappropriate behavior as deemed by management will be cause for expulsion from the premises. • Supervisors must be 16 or older. • All children 8 & younger must be supervised (children 9 & older may enter the pool by themselves). • There must be at least one supervisor for every eight children. • Coastguard approved life jackets and swimming T-shirts are allowed, water wings are not acceptable. Water Slide Rules • All riders must be at least 48" tall. • Maximum rider weight is 300 pounds. • Water depth is 3 ft. 6 in. • One rider at a time, no exceptions. • Rider must wait for the attendant's signal before starting. • Rider must ride feet first while lying on back with arms crossed. • Do not go down slide head first or sitting up. • Do not propel self into the ride. • Swimwear with exposed zippers, buckles, rivets, or metal is prohibited. • Eyeglasses must be securely affixed to the rider with a head strap. • No tubes, mats, or life jackets are permitted on the water slide. • Pregnant women and any person with heart condition or back trouble should not ride the slide, riders should be in good health. • Rider assumes all risk of injury due to misuse of this slide or failure to follow these rules. • Other rules not listed are posted at pool facility. 33 33 at Shadow Wood Park 3545 4th Street East The Splash Pad is open seven days a week. Mid May - Mid September 9:00am - 9:00pm The Splash Pad at Shadow Wood Park is a free park that is open to the public. The West Fargo Park District asks that patrons remember to use respect for others, as well as the space when using this facility. In addition to the Splash Pad, there is a playground, a basketball court, walking trails, outdoor exercise equipment, rest rooms and much more. Concessions will be available to the public. The Splash Pad Hours of Operation Shadow Wood Splash Pad k as a d g an vin rty! l l a Ca ut h d Pa a 0 o ab sh P -536 3 la Sp 43 Splash Pad Rules 1.) Use Splash Pad at your own risk. 2.) All children 10 & under must be supervised by an adult. 3.) No running or rough play allowed. 4.) No food, drink or glass containers allowed on Splash Pad. 5.) No animals allowed at the Splash Pad. 6.) Do not climb or hang on equipment. 7.) Do not block Splash Pad fixtures or drains. 8.) Diaper-age children must wear water-proof/watertight diapers. 9.) Persons with open sores, infections or transmittable diseases are prohibited from use. 10.) Do not carry sand or mud on to the Splash Pad. 11.) No skateboards, roller blades, bicycles, or scooters allowed. 12.) Use of the Splash Pad during severe weather conditions is prohibited. 13.) Please use the trash containers and help keep the park clean. *Any person violating these rules will be asked to leave the park. Summer Employment The West Fargo Park District is looking for motivated employees and volunteers to lead and assist with spring and summer activities. Applicants are required to be age 16 or older. New employees must complete a background check. Applications may be picked up and returned to the West Fargo Park District Office located at 500 13th Ave W, West Fargo. Baseball and Softball Coaches Basketball Instructors Concession Workers Creative Arts Assistants Flag Football Coordinator Flag Football Officials Ice Skating Instructors Lifeguards Maintenance Workers (age 18 & older) Soccer Coaches Tennis Instructors Zamboni Driver (Age18 & older) For the most current list of job opportunities, call 433-5360 or visit wfparks.org. 34 34 35 35 REDRIVERVALLEY FAIR.COM Disc Golf at Rendezvous Park 1055 32nd Ave West Two 9-hole Disc Golf Courses are now available in Rendezvous Park, each having its own unique challenges. Park hours are 8:00am to 10:00pm or dusk. Par 3 Recreation Skills & Development Disc Course 9 Hole Recreation Disc Golf Course West Fargo Bike Routes JULY 8-13 TICKETS $ 12 & OLDER Bike Paths are located at Service Club Park, Meadowridge Parkway, Charleswood, 13th Ave, 7th Ave, Sheyenne Street, 9th St/Veterans Blvd, Eagle Run, Northridge Lake, Burlington Commons, North and South Elmwood Parks, Shadow Wood Park, Rendezvous Park and Maple Ridge Park. The West Fargo Park District and the City of West Fargo in cooperation with the Metro-Council of Governments Bikeway Committee are studying ways to update and improve the city Bikeway system. Bike owners are encouraged to register their bikes through the West Fargo Police Department. The cost is $1 per bike. For more information, please contact the police department at 433-5500. 8 $ 6 TO 11 5 West Fargo 701-298-2800 gatecitybank.com 36 36 FREE 5 & UNDER The West Fargo Park District has many parks available for rental. Most parks are open from 8:00am to dusk Monday through Friday and 9:00am to dusk on Saturday and Sunday. Shadow Wood Park is open 9:00am9:00pm seven days a week. Our parks are the perfect location for you to host your birthday party, family get together, school picnic, work gathering or wedding! All shelters include picnic tables and access to park amenities. Alcohol permits are also available for $35. Call the West Fargo Park District Office, 433-5360, to check if the date you are interested in is available. Reservations should be scheduled at least two weeks prior to your event. This is a mandatory form that must be completed for all West Fargo Park District shelter rentals. Payment for your shelter rental is required when turning in this form. All fields on the form must be completed and a shelter reservation is not guaranteed until this form and payment are received. Alcohol permits are available with a shelter rental, however there are some strict rules that must be followed. Please see Ordinances below. Only adults 21 and older are allowed to consume alcohol. Ordinance 1 Glass Containers - Prohibition - It is unlawful to bring or carry glass containers on to any park property. Alcoholic Beverages - Permits for alcoholic beverages may be obtained for a fee from the West Fargo Park District Office. Group or Keg Permit: $35 or Basic Alcohol Permit: $35 Special Event Liquor License - Any sale of alcohol within the City of West Fargo requires a Special Event Liquor License. Please contact City Hall at 433-5300 for additional information. Ordinance 366 Collection of Animal Solid Waste on Public Property Every person having custody or control of a dog or cat shall be equipped to, and collect said animalâ€™s solid waste when eliminated on property owned by the city of West Fargo, the Park District and the School District. Any person who wishes to make a complaint regarding violations of this section must appear before the Judge of the Municipal Court and sign a complaint. Ordinance 609 Nuisances on Park Property - No owner, occupant or user of property abutting Park District property of the West Fargo Park District shall cause or allow water from down spout, sump pump or similar device to be directly or indirectly deposited on Park District property. No person shall deposit snow, earth, construction material or other substance on Park District property. Any person who violates or fails to comply with any provisions of these ordinances shall be subject to a fine not to exceed $500. Park Shelter Rentals 1.) Pick a Shelter to Rent 2.) Check Availability 3.) Complete a Shelter Reservation Request Form 4.) Decide if you want a Basic Alcohol Permit or Keg Alcohol Permit Open Shelters Available for Public Use Shelter Shetler Rentals Rentals The following open shelters are available on a first come, first serve basis. If alcohol is present then an alcohol permit is required for these shelters. 40th Ave Park, 630 40th Ave W Capacity: 40 people Tables: Four 8' Maplewood Park, Maple Lane & 16th St E Capacity: 40 people Tables: Four 8' Charcoal Grill Capacity: 40 people Tables: Four Charcoal Grill Capacity: 20 people Tables: Two 8' Charcoal Grill Capacity: 40 people Tables: Four 8' Charcoal Grill Maple Ridge Park, 330 31 Ave E Service Club Park, 7 Ave E Shadow Wood Park, 3482 Loberg Drive Tables: Six 8' Westside Park, 7 Ave & 8 St W Capacity: 50 people See the next two pages for more detailed information on shelters available for rent. 37 Park Shelter Rental Information Armour Park Capacity: 100 Rental Fee: $80/Day 2nd Avenue Northwest Enclosed Shelter Armour Enclosed Shelter Armour Playground Rental of this enclosed shelter provides public access to playground equipment, a sand volleyball court and horse shoes. This shelter provides guests with modern indoor rest rooms, two charcoal grills, electricity and running water. In addition there are twelve 8' tables within the shelter and two located outside. This space can accommodate small and large group reservations. This shelter can be reserved 7 days a week. Please call 433-5360 to check on availability. Elmwood Park 500 13th Avenue West All rentals in Elmwood Park provide guests with public access to playground equipment, the skate park, a sand volleyball court, basketball court, two softball fields and horse shoes. Shelter Rentals North Elmwood Enclosed Shelter North Elmwood Playground North Elmwood Softball Field Enclosed Shelter Capacity: 150 people Rental Fee: $80/Day This shelter provides guests with modern indoor rest rooms, 2 charcoal grills, electricity and running water. In addition there are fourteen 8' tables within the shelter and several more located outside. This space can accommodate small and large group reservations. This shelter can be reserved 7 days a week. Please call 433-5360 to check on availability. The following shelters at Elmwood Park provides guests with the use of charcoal grills. Access to public restrooms is also available with rental of these shelters. Open Shelters at Elmwood Park Open Shelter 1* Capacity: 40 people Tables: Four 8' Electricity Rental Fee: $50/Day Open Shelter 2* Capacity: 40 people Tables: Four 8' Rental Fee: $50/Day Elmwood Open Shelter #1 *These shelters are available for rental on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Call 433-5360 to check on availability. Monday-Thursday (expect Holidays) shelters will be available on a First Come, First Serve basis. 38 38 Rendezvous Park 1055 32nd Avenue West Rendezvous Park is a wonderful space filled with many activities for everyone. Amenities within the park include public access to playground equipment, a sand volleyball court, four baseball fields, a basketball court, two disc golf courses, a skate park and two soccer fields with walking/biking paths throughout the entire park. The following open shelters at Rendezvous Park provide guests with electricity and charcoal grills. There is also access to public rest rooms. Shelter 1* Capacity: 30 Tables: Four 8' Rental Fee: $50/Day Shelter 2* Capacity: 30 Tables: Four 8' Rental Fee: $50/Day Shelter 3* Capacity: 60 Tables: Eight 8' Rental Fee: $60/Day *These shelters are available for rental on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Call 433-5360 to check on availability. Monday-Thursday (expect Holidays) shelters will be available on a First Come, First Serve basis. The Waterfall Area at Rendezvous Park is a beautiful outdoor space to host a wedding or a recommitment ceremony. This scenic area provides space for up to 300 guests, electricity, rest rooms nearby and amazing photo opportunities. Dates for this area do fill up quickly, so make your reservation early. Please remember when renting this space, the public will still have access to other amenities in the park. This area can be reserved 7 days a week. Please call 433-5360 to check on availability. Capacity: 300 people Rental Fee: $60/Day Waterfall Area at Rendezvous Park Shelter Rentals Shadow Wood Park 3545 4th Street East Shadow Wood Park provides public access to many family friendly amenities, including a splash pad, playground equipment, a basketball court, walking trails, outdoor exercise equipment and much more. The Shadow Wood Gazebo The Shadow Wood Gazebo is a one of a kind location! This beautiful shelter is the perfect site for family gatherings. Modern indoor rest rooms are available exclusively to gazebo rental guests. Please remember when renting this space, the public will still have access to other amenities in the park. This shelter can be reserved 7 days a week. Please call 433-5360 to check on availability. Capacity: 60 people Tables: Seven 8' Rental Fee: $80/Day The Shelter at Shadow Wood provides access to both the Splash Pad and the playground equipment. Modern indoor rest rooms are available. This shelter is available for rental 7 days per week. Please call 433-5360 to check on availability. No alcohol is allowed in this shelter. Capacity: 30 people Tables: Three 8' Rental Fee: $50 Full Day $30 Half Day 9:00am-2:00pm $30 Half Day 3:00-9:00pm The Shelter at Shadow Wood 39 39 Ice Hockey/Skating Rinks Parks Arbor Woods Armour Park Brooks Harbor Park Burlington Park Charleswood Park Areas Citizens Park Eagle Run Park Eaglewood Park North Elmwood Park South Elmwood Park 40th Ave W Park Goldenwood Park Herb Tintes Park Heritage Square Maplewood Park Maple Ridge Park Meadowridge Tot Lots Meadowridge Park Northridge Way Pinewood Park Rendezvous Park River's Bend Park Riverside Park Service Club Park Shadow Creek Park Shadow Wood Park Shadow Wood Park (w/Splash Pad) The Wilds Park Westside Park West River Park Location 1554 Baywood Drive 2 Ave NW/5 St NW 1020 26th Ave W 1901 Burlington Drive 508 7 Ave W 3400 5 St W 700 7th St W 500 13 Ave W 535 13 Ave W 630 40 Ave W 12th Ave & Co Rd 17 131 6 Ave E 13 Ave S 1504 7th Ave E 330 31 Ave E 2024 & 201 Meadowridge Pkwy 7 Ave E 725 18 Ave E Pinewood Boulevard 1055 32 Ave W 2548 1 St E Park Drive 401 7 Ave E 125 33rd Ave E 3482 Loberg Drive 3545 4th St E 423 47th Ave W 7 Ave & 8 St W 214 37 Ave E • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Facilities Maplewood Activity Center Rendezvous Activity Center Scheels Soccer Complex Shadow Wood Splash Pad Towers Soccer Complex Veterans Memorial Arena Veteran Memorial Pool Location 1504 7th Ave E 1055 32 Ave W 1010 13 Ave W 3545 4th St E 420 12 Ave E 1201 7 Ave E 131 6th Ave E • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Log onto wfparks.org for West Fargo Park District Bike Path Distances. 40 Outdoor Pool/Splash Pad Baseball/Softball Fields Cross-Country Skiing Hiking/Biking Paths Fitness Equipment Basketball Courts West Fargo Parks Key Picnic Shelter Restrooms Electricity Grills Volleyball Courts Soccer Fields Horseshoes Playground Skate Park Disc Golf Sledding Tennis • • • West Fargo Parks Map 10 £ ¤ Armour Park Pinewood Park Riv ers ide Pa rk MAIN AVE W 10 £ ¤ Leidal Education Center Westside Park Lodoen Kinder garten Center We st Fargo Co mmunity High School Public Library L.E. Berger Elementary Meadowridge Park Meadowridge Tot Lots He rb Ti nt es Park / Ve te rans Me morial Pool Westside Elementary Scheels Soccer Complex Service Club Park South Elementary Eastwood Elementary Towers Soccer Complex Veterans Memorial Arena Citizens Park he ye nn e § ¦ ¨ 94 WF Legion Field North Elmwood Park y Sh e e en n 7TH AVE E West Fargo High School River S Di v _ ^ 13TH AVE W Heritage Square Charleswood Park 13TH AVE E er si on South Elmwood Park / WF Legion Field South 9TH ST E Maplewood Park Arbor Woods 17TH AVE E Future Park Facility Northridge Way Cheney Middle School CO RD 17 N § ¦ ¨ 94 Brooks Harbor Riverbend Park Freedom Elementary Burlington Park 12TH AVE NW VETERANS BLVD 26th AVE E Sheyenne Diversion Rendezvous Park S he yen Eaglewood Park Future Park Facilities N SHEYEN ne River 32ND AVE W Maple Ridge Park E ST Shadow Creek Park 32ND AVE E 4TH ST E Armour Park 10 £ ¤ ve r Eagle Run Park Aurora Elementary Shadow Wood Park (w/ Splash Pad) Shadow Wood Park She y en n e i R R 36TH AVE W West River Park 40th Ave W Park 36TH AVE E Independence Elementary Sheyenne High School Liberty Middle School 40TH AVE W 40TH AVE E Osgood Kindergarten Center West Fargo Park Facilities _ ^ Park District Office Park District Property School District Property Bike Path µ 41 The Wilds Park 52ND AVE E Created By: GG/KMV Date Saved: 12/30/2013 Date Printed: 12/10/2013 T:\Numbered Projects\16995\West_Fargo_letter_format_GG.mxd Ways to Register Refunds Cancellations Unattended Child Policy Call the West Fargo Park District cancellation line at 433-5363 or check the wfparks.org website. Mail in, drop off, fax or register online at wfparks.org. A drop box is available after hours at the park office. Once registered for an activity a refund will be issued only if the activity is cancelled, or you provide a doctor’s note explaining a medical condition preventing you from participating. You will not be contacted before activities begin. To confirm that you are registered or to check on an activity’s start date, call 433-5360. Please note that early registration dates are not activity start dates. Reduced Rates Reduced rates may be offered to residents with limited incomes. Eligibility is in accordance with recognized income guidelines for state and federal programs. For more information call 433-5360. Because the West Fargo Park District cares about patrons, the following policy was adopted. We ask all parents and guardians to be on time when picking up their child from a West Fargo Park District activity or facility. Any child not picked up 20 minutes after an activity ends is considered an “unattended child." Program leaders will remain on site until all patrons have left the premises. However, after 20 minutes, the West Fargo Police Department will be contacted to pick up the child and escort them to the proper authorities. Children under the age of 7 must be accompanied by an adult or a student age 14 or older. Americans with Disabilities We are committed to supporting the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you require special accommodations for participation in any activities or facilities, please contact the West Fargo Park District at 433-5360. Carpooling Registration Information For carpooling purposes you may request to play with a maximum two other individuals and these two individuals must request to play with you and register for the same level and list the same school. All registrations that are interested in carpooling must be turned in at the same time. Minors or Majors: Requests to play on the same team will not be guaranteed. However, siblings will be grouped together if requested on registration form. Daycares: If you are responsible for transporting a group of players call the park office before April 4 at 433-5360 and we will limit your players to be on 2 teams. Only 12 players will be allowed per team. Parents Code of Ethics Parents should... * Display good sportsmanship by respecting all participants, coaches, officials and parents. * If you have a question or comment, please follow this order: 1) Ask coach or program instructor 2) Ask umpire, instructor or coordinator 3) Ask the recreation manager at the park office or call 433-5360. * Place emotional and physical well being of participants above the desire to win. * Keep in mind that kids activities are meant to be FUN! Early Registration Early registration for baseball and softball ends April 11, 2014. A $20 late fee will apply on April 12, 2014. Early registration for summer soccer ends April 18, 2014. A $20 late fee will apply on April 19, 2014. Registering early helps us to appropriately and efficiently staff programs, create schedules and order supplies. Most activities have registration limits and may reach that limit before the early registration finishes. Registrations after early registration will only be accepted if room is available. Participant's Code of Ethics Participants should... * Display good sportsmanship by respecting all participants, coaches, officials and parents. * Follow rules and coach/instructor’s directions. * Tell the coach/instructor if hurt, not feeling well, or need help. * Remember to bring a water bottle filled with water on hot days. The West Fargo Park District does not carry insurance for participants. We suggest reviewing your family’s personal health insurance plan to be sure it provides you with sufficient coverage. We also suggest consulting a physician before starting any activity requiring physical exertion. Insurance Can be given to any West Fargo Lion Diane Lehmann 367 - 9110 * All West Fargo Park District programs and activities are subject to change. 42 West Fargo Park District Registration Form Drop off Registrations to: 500 13th Ave W Mail Registrations to: P.O. Box 762, West Fargo ND 58078 Fax Registrations to: 433-5369 Please use a separate form for each participant. (Middle Initial) (Last) Participant Name _______________________________________________________________ Gender (M/F)_________ (First) Address ______________________________________________City __________________State______Zip___________ Primary Phone ____________________________ Cell Phone_________________________Birth Date_______________ School ________________________ Parent/Guardian______________________________________________________ Current Email Address*_________________________________________________ Is this a new Email Address?_______ Participant(s) your child will be carpooling with: 1.)_____________________________ 2.)____________________________ Emergency Contact:_________________________________________________________________________________ (Name) (Phone) (Relationship to Child) Code Activity Name Fee Registration Form Total Fees *A current email address is required when registering. Team schedules will be emailed prior to the start of team activities and posted at wfparks.org. We respect your privacy and do not sell or lend your personal information to any outside party. T-shirt size Youth Adult S M L S M L XL Yes, I would like to Volunteer Coach! Name of Coach__________________________________ (REGISTRATION NOT COMPLETE WITHOUT PAYMENT) Payment Method ____Cash ____Check (Payable to West Fargo Park District) ____Visa ____MasterCard ____Discover Credit Card #__________________________________ Exp. Date_____________ 3 Digit Security Code_______ Name on Card (Print)__________________________ Signature of Cardholder____________________________ I understand that the West Fargo Park District and/or activity sponsor does not provide medical insurance nor will the West Fargo Park District and/or activity sponsor be responsible for any medical expenses. I hereby authorize Park District employees, activity coaches and instructors to act for me according to their best judgement in any emergency requiring medical attention and hereby waive and release the West Fargo Park District, its employees, activity sponsors, coaches, and instructors from any and all liability for any injuries. I also certify that my child(ren) or above listed participant(s) are medically fit to participate in the above activity(s) and have health insurance. I know that my phone number may be given to coaches or instructors, and I realize that I will not receive a refund unless I provide a doctorâ€™s note. I know that photos of participants may be used by the Park District. I have read and agree to the code of ethics on page 42. __________________________________________________________________________________________ Waiver Parent/Guardian Signature (18 and older) ___________________________ Date 43 FM Athletics-Football League FM Youth Football is a tackle football league with volunteer coaches provided by Fargo Athletics, Inc. The league is for Grades 4-8. Games are usually played on Saturday mornings and practices are held 3-4 days per week after school except on Wednesdays. For registration information, please visit fmathletics.com. For information on swimming lessons and indoor swimming contact the L.E. Berger Pool at 356-2018. The indoor pool is located at 631 4th Avenue East in West Fargo. L.E. Berger Indoor Swimming Pool West Fargo Hockey Association West Fargo’s Legion Baseball is sponsored by the West Fargo VFW Post 7564 and consists of two teams, The Patriots (Legion A) for 17 and 18 years old and The Aces (Legion B) for 16 years old. The legion games are played on the Veterans Memorial Field in South Elmwood Park. The season runs May-August. For more information, visit westfargobaseball.com. Legion Baseball The chief objectives of the association are to promote, develop and administer a competitive hockey program. The program is meant to serve the youth of West Fargo and the surrounding area. For more information, log onto westfargohockey.com. West Fargo Soccer Club Park Interest Information Special Groups Slowpitch Softball Women’s Amateur Slowpitch League The Women’s Slowpitch Softball League consists of 16 teams. All league games are played Monday and Wednesday evenings. League play runs from MayAugust. For more information, visit wfsoftball.com. Cancellation Line - 433-5373. Men’s Amateur Slowpitch League The Men’s Slow pitch Softball League consists of 36 teams. All league games are played in South Elmwood Park, Monday-Thursday evenings. League play runs from May-August. For more information, visit wfsoftball.com. Cancellation Line - 433-5373. To get involved in programs aand activities at the West Fargo High Rise please, contact 282-3443. The Civic Seniors in West Fargo meet Wednesdays from 12:00pm to 4:00pm at the West Fargo VFW for cards and socializing. West Fargo Senior meals are served at the Faith Lutheran Church site, 127 2nd Avenue East, Mondays thru Fridays at noon. Sign up is required one day in advance. Persons interested in signing up can do so by calling the Valley Senior Services office at 356-2047. There is no set price for taking part in the meals program but a suggested donation of $3.50 is appreciated. (Recreation Soccer for Grades 1-5) The West Fargo Soccer Club offers a youth summer soccer program. This program is for kids in 1st-5th Grade. Registration for this program must be done through the West Fargo Soccer Club. For more information, visit westfargosoccerclub.org or call 478-0752. West Fargo Public Library The West Fargo Library is open MondaysThursdays, 10:00am-9:00pm, Fridays, 10:00am6:00pm, Saturdays 10:00am-5:00pm and Sundays 1:00-5:00pm. They are located at 109 3rd St East and can be reached by calling 433-5460. For more information, visit westfargolibrary.org. ND Game and Fish Hunters Education Classes Classes will be held May through September at the Red River Regional Marksmanship Center. For more Information, log onto rrrmc.com. Senior Citizens WITH NEW DISCOUNTS AND RATES, NOW IS THE TIME TO TAKE ANOTHER LOOK. Chris Heise Agency, Inc. 722 13th Ave E West Fargo, ND 58078 Bus: (701) 293-0798 firstname.lastname@example.org 44 44 Lawyers For Families Services Divorce Adoption Abuse Issues Paternity 701.237.3009 Your Unique Advantage. 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