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Fitness Programs for Injury Prevention and Rehab Pilates Adult Fit and Fall Proof Balance Classes (free)

208-354-0089 | 600 Valley Centre Dr., Driggs TETON VALLEY NEWS

Mon/Wed/Fri: 8:30AM - 7PM | Tuesdays: 8:30AM - 5PM Weekend appointments available advanced scheduling.

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Ta b l e o f Contents 4 |  Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Gymnastics 5 |

Mountain Biking, Swimming, Rock Climbing

6-8 | Summer Camps 9 |

Golf

10 | Baseball, Softball, Basketball 11 | Soccer 14 |

Football, Lacrosse

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Volleyball, Wrestling, Rodeo

16-17 | Winter Sports 18 | Adult Basketball 19 | Adult Golf 20 | 

Parks, Pathways, Facilities

22-23 | Park Maps

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Youth Programs

Boy Scout Troop 185 Boy Scouts Of America Looking for outdoor adventure, public service, and a way to build character and skills to serve you throughout your life? Join Cub Scout Pack or Boy Scout Troop 185. WHO: Cub Scouts - boys in 2nd through 5th grade. Boy Scouts - boys who have completed the 5th grade and are at least 10 years old, but not yet 18 There’s no better place to be a Scout than Teton Valley! We are a multi-denominational organization open to all, generously supported by St. Francis of the Tetons Episcopal Church and community contributions. Activities include year-round camping, hiking, snow shoeing, canoeing, bicycling, fly fishing, service to the community and a lot more. We have fun learning new skills and advancing along the trail to Eagle. FEE: NO COST to join Troop or Pack 185, other than time and dedication. Scholarships are available from our sponsors to help with incidental costs like uniforms, registration and outdoor gear. Contact: Please call Cathy or Bruce Mason at (208) 709-3809 / (208) 270-1748 for more information. Don’t wait or you might miss out on our next great activity!

Teaching balance & self-pride • Boys and girls gymnastics classes throughout the year • Summer camp • Open gym for toddlers, kids and adults • Birthday parties

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Cheri Milne • 307.413.6082 • Driggs Community Center tisa@silverstar.com • www.tetonindoorsportsacademy.com Sports and Recreation 2018

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During the summer months when the West is sweltering, Grand Targhee and the Tetons might be the most extraordinary, cool temperature riding in the lower 48! Explore over 2,200 vertical feet of lift-serviced downhill and 61-plus miles of multi-use trails for cross country and downhill mountain biking, as well as hiking and horseback riding. The Grand Targhee Bike Park offers every style of riding for every level of mountain bike rider: gentle, banked cruisers, tight and twisty singletrack cross country, gnarly, rock strewn downhill, drop offs, and much more.

Swimming Grand Targhee Resort: Passes go on sale Spring 2018. The Family Pool Pass comes with unlimited scenic chair lift rides and you can also bring friends along for a nominal daily fee. What a great way to create summer memories with family and friends. For additional information regarding the pool visit GrandTarghee.com (307) 353-2300

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Ashton Pool: Pool and swim lessons open in June. To register go to cityofashton.com/ashtoncity-pool Jackson Parks & Recreation: open swim and swim lessons call (307) 739-9025 or tetonparksandrec.org Teton Springs Swim Lessons

Dates and times TBD. Please contact Sherry@tetonsprings.com for more information

Climbing @ Teton Rock Gym Teton Rock Gym offers a number of youth climbing programs year round for all experience levels. We also offer adult classes. Please visit www.tetonrockgym.com for more details! ___________________________________

After School Climbing Club A great way for kids to play and exercise after a long day in class. Our focus is on fun, safety, technique and teamwork, with opportunities to learn belaying and develop climbing skills. Equipment rental and monthly gym membership is included.

When: September through June. Mon, Tues, Wed, and Thurs. 3pm-5pm Who: ages 6-12. No experience necessary ___________________________________

Climbing Team For youth interested in furthering their skills and ability in the sport, climbing team provides a structured training program and the opportunity to compete in local competitions against other youth teams. We encourage signing up for both days for the most progress.

When: Mon. and Thurs. 5:30-7:30pm belaying is required, During the school year (does not meet in the summer) Who: Ages 8-17 Previous experience climbing and ability to belay is encouraged but not required.

Summer Camp ___________________________________ When: Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays, June 12-June 30, July 10-July 28, and August 7-August 25, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Contact: (208) 354-1046 or www. tetonrockgym.com or visit our NEWS TETON Facebook page for moreVALLEY information empowering the community

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Summer Camp

Learning Academy of Teton Valley

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Summer Camp at The Learning Academy is the best of all worlds and has excellent hours for working parents! We roll summertime fun, learning, exploration and creative play into one awesome camp experience for all ages. From our monster water slide, daily science experiments and art projects to field trips on our awesome blue bus to the swimming pool, local canyons, parks and so much more, your kiddos will have the time of their lives at our summer camp. Please call (208) 354-7898 or visit our website to find out more or to enroll your children today!

When: May 29 - August 24, 2018 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday - Friday Who: Ages 3-12 Registration: $50/day $45/day pre-registration Contact: learningacademyschool.org (208) 354-7898 thelearningacademy@gmail.com

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Grand Targhee Summer Camps are designed to keep your children active and learning this summer. They’ll enjoy daily activities geared towards their age group including swimming, disc golf, mountain biking, arts and crafts, music, chairlift rides, bungee trampoline, climbing wall, hiking, Gheecology (nature study of Grand Targhee), group games and more! Sign up for daily or weekly camps. Camps: Coyotes (ages 5-8) Wolves (ages 9-12)

For more information and camp details visit GrandTarghee.com or call (307) 353-2300 x 1326 When: June 18 - August 31, 2018, Mon. - Fri. Who: Ages 5-12

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Summer CAMPS All camps based at Teton Valley Community School, 192 W Birch St. Victor, ID 83455 For information and to register for all camps visit www.tetonscience.org or call 307-734-3707 TETON VALLEY NEWS empowering the community

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Summer CAMPS

Summer Kids Camps at Teton Springs

For information on these great summer activities, please email kidscamp@tetonsprings.com

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PGA Junior League is a fun, social and inclusive opportunity for boys and girls ages 9-13. Much like recreational league sports, participants wear numbered jerseys and play on teams with friends. Contact Lawrence at TVGC for more details. Junior Program Program designed to teach youngsters the game of golf by providing solid foundations around: golf history, etiquette, honor, golf swing fundamentals and playing the game basics. This program is centered on learning and FUN! WHO: Boys and girls ages 5-17 When: Mid-June thru July, once a week for 7 weeks with capstone junior tournament at the end Where: Targhee Village Golf Course, Alta, WY, 4 miles East of Driggs up Ski Hill Road, then south on State Line Golf Pro: Lawrence Pughe, PGA Contact: Targhee Village (307) 353-8577 www.targheevillage.com Fee: TBD

Partnering with the City of Driggs and the Community of Teton Valley to optimize resources for designing, building and operating a successful aquatic facility.

Did you know? You can support TVA through Amazon Smile and Mabels Labels? Visit tetonvalleyaquatic. com to learn more!

Visit our website to donate to our cause, learn about the history and future of our effort, and to sign up to help bring this facility to reality! tetonvalleyaquatics.org email info@tetonvalleyaquatics.org

518-368-3653

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Baseball & Softball Youth baseball and softball are organized under Teton Valley Baseball and Softball Association (TVBSA). T-Ball (Coed ages 5, 6 and 7) The goal of T-ball is to teach the fundamentals of baseball, fielding and hitting in a supportive team environment. Batters hit the ball which is baseball sized and soft, from a tee or are pitched to from the coach if preferred. __________________________________ Coach Pitch (Coed ages 7, 8 and 9) players at this level learn basic skills and how and where to make plays. Coaches pitch to the batters and all players bat each game and play every inning in the field.

Baseball (Boys ages 9, 10, 11 and 12). This level builds on fundamentals and team participation. Competitiveness is secondary to providing a variety of playing opportunities in order that the fundamentals are established and play can be taken to the next level. __________________________________ Softball Minors: (Girls 3rd, 4th and 5th grades) Girls learn fundamental concepts of softball including pitching and proper field play as they get their first taste of competitive play. __________________________________ Softball Majors: (Girls 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th grades) The Majors offers girls true competitive softball in which fundamental skills of the game are fine-tuned.

Registration: Online only at TVBSA.blogspot.com from March 1 - April 1 Fees: T-Ball ..........................$40 Coach pitch.................$50 Baseball.......................$65 Softball.........................$60 Contact: tetonbaseball@gmail.com

Basketball Junior Jazz is a fantastic youth basketball program for boys and girls in grades K-6. The program is sponsored by the NBA’s Utah Jazz and consists of an four-day instructional program for grades K and 1 and league play for grades 2-6. __________________________________ GRADE 2-6: League play. Skill development, rules and strategies. Teams are divided into girls and boys, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades, and 5th and 6th grades. Registration: Registration opens early October. Watch for registration to open on www.tvrasports.blogspot.com after October 1. Or sign-ups come home from school in backpacks. NEWS TETON VALLEY

Season: Mid-October through early December

Season: Mid-October through early December

Fee: $50. Discounts available for each additional child

Where: All games are played at Rendezvous Upper Elementary School gym.

Season: End February early March

GRADE K-1: This program is a 4 day clinic, MondayThursday. Registration opens early February.

Contact: Penny Kunz at (208) 932-3360

Registration: Registration opens early February. Watch for registration to open on www.tvrasports.blogspot.com after February 1. Or sign-ups come home in backpacks.

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Amazing coaches, innovative techniques, awesome accents and technical savvy combine to make this camp the most popular in the country! Each day includes individual foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices, small-sided games, coached scrimmages and a daily World Cup tournament! Ages 3-4........ First Kicks........ 1 hour Ages 5-6........ Mini Soccer...... 1.5 hours

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British Soccer Camp

Age 7-14........ Half Day morn or afternoon Ages 9-14...... Full Day When: June 18-22 at Driggs City Park Registration: www.challengersports.com

Teton FC Soccer Teton FC is a non-profit community organization dedicated to providing soccer opportunities to the youth of Teton Valley. In the fall, the organization offers support for recreational soccer and competitive soccer. In the spring, Teton FC focuses its attention to the development of competitive soccer. This spring Teton FC will offer comp programs for ages U10-U15. Teton FC is part of the Idaho Youth Soccer Association (IYSA) and US Youth Soccer. Many teams will participate this spring in the Snake River league and all teams will compete in at least two youth tournaments as well as a soccer “exchange” sponsored by Idaho Youth Soccer. Spring Season: Kick-off party – Wednesday, February 28 The first practices will begin in mid to late March with the first games beginning in April. The season will conclude the first week of June for most teams. Fee: Registration fee for U15-U12 will be $250.00. This includes the following: Idaho Youth Soccer Association Player Card, US Soccer Insurance, Snake River League Scheduled Games, home and away Uniforms (to be returned), two tournaments (Canyon Rim Classic and Yellowstone Cup), Referee fees, coaching stipends, and local field maintenance needs. *Competitive U15 team may be altered depending upon community interest.

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Registration fee for U10 will be $200. This includes the following: Idaho Youth Soccer Association Player Card, US Soccer Insurance, home and away Uniforms (to be returned), two tournaments (Canyon Rim Classic and Yellowstone Cup), coaching stipends, and local field maintenance needs.

Register: Registration will be done through Got Soccer. We encourage those interested in soccer for the spring to go to www.tetonfc.org for information about registration. Players are encouraged to attend the kick off meeting on February 28 and register in person. If players incur difficulty registering online, please get in touch with Carianne at cjacobsen1980@ hotmail.com or Lisa at lisa.gentry@jacksonhole.com. Contact: David Heinemann, Teton FC Board President, if there are issues about the program, at dheinemann@ jhcschool.org. 208-757-3886.

assessments. Such assessments for the spring program will be determined as we discover the number of players interested in participating. Please remember that a competitive program may require “cuts” in an effort to best coach and manage a team to its fullest potential. More information about assessments and team size will be available once sign-ups are complete. other things to Note: Additional costs such as hotel lodging, equipment--cleats and shin guards, and travel costs are not included in the fees. As with any athletic season, things may get moved around or altered. We will do our best to inform families and players via email and our website about those changes. If there are significant alterations to a team’s season (i.e. cancelled tournament) refunds will be provided as determined by the Teton FC Board.

Note: Teton FC is a community organization and as such we rely on community members to help promote, support, and develop its programs. No one is currently paid to manage or run the program. We are committed to developing young soccer players who love the game, love to compete, and love developing their talents alongside their teammates. With competitive soccer, different age groups, depending on the number of players, may be divided based upon coaching Sports and Recreation 2018

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Teton Valley Hospital offers premier orthopedic services including joint repair and replacement and making the best of your questionable decisions. Learn more about doctors Mo Brown and Kevin Lee, our orthopedic surgeons, and the services we offer at tvhcare.org. 120 East Howard Ave. Driggs, Idaho 83422 (208) 354-2302

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Grid Kid Football Grid Kid Football is a competitive football league committed to providing a positive football experience to all youth grades 4-8 that want to play contact football. The program participates in and competes in the Upper Valley Grid Kid league and is governed by their rules and policies. Focus will be placed on developing football fundamentals while providing the opportunity to compete in competitive football games. Who: Teams are grade specific. 4th and 5th graders will play on the 5th grade team, 6th, 7th and 8th graders will each have their own team. The limit is 28 players per team. If more than 28 players register in a grade level the team will be split geographically into two or more teams. Players will compete in games weekly after three weeks of skill development and conditioning. Requirements Protective equipment is provided for a players use by the league. It must be returned in good condition at the end of the season. Each player must have white football pants, pads, and rubber or soft composition cleats. No metal or metal tipped cleats are allowed. A physical examination/doctor certification is required to play Grid Kid Football.

Registration Deadline: End of July. Also available at Grid Kid Football Camp (see below) Fee: $100. Discounts available for more than one child in a family (single household). Contact: Brody Birch (208) 399-2318 or email bbirch@d401.k12.id.us

Grid Kid Camp Who: For youth grades 4-8 When: Three-day camp held at the end of July Contact: Brody Birch (208) 399-2318 or email bbirch@d401.k12.id.us

When: Season begins In August and goes through the middle of September

Teton Valley Youth Lacrosse Association Who: Open to boys and girls ages 7-12 Requirements Children need to furnish cleats or athletic shoes and a mouth guard equipment rental covers sticks and protective gear. When: April 9 - May 31, games and practice schedule TBD

Registration Deadline: begin February 15 - for imformation go to www. tetonlax.com Fee: $60 per child, plus $40 equipment rental for the season Contact: Matt Schreiber Program Director, 208-255-5236 or email tetonlax@gmail.com

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3 Week Junior Volleyball CAMP Who: Boys and girls ages 2nd-8th grades. When: Mid Jan-Mid Feb. Registration: Dec. 1- Jan. 10

(USA Wrestling)

When: Mid Feb.-mid May

Practices are twice a week typically at Driggs Elementary School.

Registration: Registration is December 1 - January 31

Fees: $30 Traveling Teams Who: Girls or Boys grades 3-12

Fees: Ages 8-12.... $100 Ages 13 and up......$125 Contact: 208-709-1993

Who: Teton Wrestling Club is for kids turning five in this calendar year, on up through high school seniors. For those interested, there are tournaments every weekend through mid-April Season: Begins March 3 and goes through midApril When: Practice is twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, right after school, from 3:30-5 p.m. Where: In the Teton High School wrestling room.

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Wrestling Club

Volleyball Club of the Tetons

Fee: $20 for the club fee Requirements: If participating in tournaments, a card through the state website at themat.com is required. Contact: Brody Birch (208) 399-2318 or email bbirch@d401.k12.id.us

Rodeo Club PHYSICAL THERAPY FITNESS GYM MASSAGE THERAPY COUNSELING BIOFEEDBACK SPEECH THERAPY

Who: Available to middle and high school rodeo participants, current school grades 6th-12th. Bull riding, saddlebronc, bareback, steer wrestling, calf tie-down, team roping, breakaway, barrel racing, pole bending, and goat tying. Participants must be an active member of the National High School Rodeo Association.

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When: Rodeo practice begins in February. Rodeo Season is weekends in April and May. Idaho state competition for qualified members is in June. Qualified state contenders go onto national competition usually held in July. Contact: Luke Rudolph (208) 201-5699 Visit d7ihsra.com for more information

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Winter Sports

Teton Valley Ski Education Foundation TVSEF is Teton Valley’s non-profit ski and snowboard team. We provide affordable winter sports programs for young athletes to meet their individual potential for excellence through education and opportunity for competition. We offer recreational and competitive programs for elementary through high school students in Nordic, alpine and freeride skiing, and snowboarding as well. TVSEF recognizes that winter sports can be costly to many families in Teton Valley and offers scholarships, and low to no cost equipment rentals. Athletes are trained in skill development and mountain safety as well as provided opportunities to foster teamwork and make lifelong friendships in a fun and supportive environment. Every athlete is provided an opportunity to compete and are trained, prepared and supported for the level of activity and competitive advancement they seek. TVSEF follows the United State Ski and Snowboard Association’s (USSA) guidelines on athlete development and could not operate without the immeasurable support of Grand Targhee Resort. Check out our website www.tvsef.org for the most updated information, especially dates. Alpine Development: (Ages 6-10) Intermediate skiers and up, ages 6-10. Focused on fun, play and learning mountain safety, athletes will gain a foundation for all-mountain skiing through familiar terrain. Two 8 Week sessions starting in early December and running through March. Alpine Development-Evolution: (Ages 8-12) For strong skiers that are looking to refine skills learned in Alpine Development. Devo-Evo is a blend of freeride and race with a focus on good all around skiing. This program requires more committed athletes than Alpine Development.

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Alpine Race Team: (Ages 10+, younger with coach’s permission) For athletes who have experience skiing with a coach and some experience ski racing. The Race Team will spend at least 60 percent of the time free skiing and 40 percent training in gates and developing race skills, mid week training is included in this as well. Athletes are strongly encouraged to compete in at least 3 races per winter. 16 weeks, Dec. – March Freeride Team: (Ages 10 +) Designed for advanced skiers who have years of experience skiing and wish to focus on big mountain skiing and refining skills in the terrain park. Dry land training with gymnastics, trampoline and resistance work strongly recommended. 16 weeks, Dec.-March Snowboard Team: (Ages 6-18) Designed for riders ages 6-18 who wish to bring their riding to the next level. There is a development and comp team. 16 weeks, Dec. - March. Recreation and Development Nordic Teams: (Ages 5-12) A playful, fun program to get young kids outside and on skis. 4-5pm Tuesdays and Thursdays. Starting early November March. Dryland training starting early October. Prep Nordic Team: Ages (12-14) Designed for kids of all abilities who want to refine their Nordic skills and learn to ski fast. 4-5:30pm (unless dark), three days a week, Dec. – March. Dry land training starting early October. Comp Nordic Team: (Ages 14-18) This program is for high school athletes of all abilities who want to train and learn to ski through fun team skiing, training and racing. Race Team Skiers are encouraged to attend Regional and Jr. National Qualifying races. 4-5:30pm (unless dark) four days a week from Dec. – March. Dry land training starting early October. Sports and Recreation 2018

Mountain Bike Camp: (Ages 8+) This program is for athletes to keep moving all year round. Cross country focused, taking place in July and August. Three 1 week sessions. Signs ups open in May. More information on costs, requirements and details of the 2017-2018 winter season visit the website at www.tvsef.org, contact Corey McGrath at info@tvsef. org or call (208) 354-4878.

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Grand Targhee Resort’s Ski and Snowboard School Offers instruction for first-time skiers and riders through experts of all ages. Whether you want to try skiing or snowboarding for the first time, improve your skill, or learn to ski the world-famous Teton powder, Grand Targhee Resort’s Ski and Snowboard School is here to take your skills to the next level. Kid and Junior specific programs include: Mini Moose Available for kids in preschool (3 1/2 years if toilet trained - 5 yrs). Your child will build skills exploring the Kids Adventure Zone with their instructors. Examples of what they will learn include building balance in the famed Alley Oop Alley, turning skills while avoiding eye balls in the Eye Ball Teton Valley News

Forest and quick reaction time on runs through the Candy Cane Forest. Your kids will continue to build more skills as they play and learn in a setting that is sure to have them smiling ear to ear. Powder Scouts Group lessons are for skiers and snowboarders ages K-14 and juniors of all abilities. This juniors-only lesson is grouped according to age and ability to ensure the most fun and effective learning environment for all. From the Kids Adventure Zone to Targhee’s more difficult terrain, juniors will get to experience as much as their abilities permit alongside Targhee’s awesome instructors. Powder Scouts will surely leave your kids smiling and more confident on their boards by the end of a day!

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Big Cats & Bobcats Multi-week skiing and snowboarding lesson programs for children. These multi-week programs are designed to foster the love for winter sports, improve skill, independence, balance and a great way to make new friends. Each session includes four Sunday lessons. Groups are broken down by age and skill level to make learning fun and safe. Your children will love to learn from our instructors in the Kids Adventure Zone and beyond. Parents, this is your time to enjoy the mountain while your children are doing the same with our Professional Ski & Snowboard Instructors. The best way to experience these programs is with a season pass because lift tickets are not included (children 5 and under enjoy a free lift ticket). TETON VALLEY NEWS empowering the community

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Who: Men and women are welcome and players in high school or younger are welcome on a spaceavailable basis (no more than 15 players). Teams are chosen by shooting free-throws (first five against second five), full court play (two side-courts used for two games at a time if over 19 players), games played to seven by ones, winning team stays on the court.

When: every Monday and Wednesday night from 7-9 p.m., year-round Where: Driggs Elementary School, 481 North Main, Driggs Fees: $3 per person Contact: Paul Hanson (208) 313-7258 or chester@ silverstar.com Women’s Basketball Contact Penny Kunz (208) 932-3360

Find all your local sports heros on the pages of the Teton Valley News. Teton Valley news 75 N. Main St., Driggs • 208-354-8101

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ADULT Programs

Adult Golf LEAGUE PLAY

*Men’s: Tuesday Night *Ladies: Wednesday Night

Where: Targhee Village Golf Course, Alta, WY, 4 miles East of Driggs up Ski Hill Road, south on State Line CONTACT: Targhee Village Golf Course (307) 353-8577 www.targheevillage.com

LESSONS AVAILABLE: Instruction / lessons available for all ages and playing levels (including group lessons)

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Parks Driggs

Huntsman Springs Parks full court basketball, sand volleyball, multi-age playground, paved pathway

(see map page 22)

City Park baseball field, playground, basketball court, picnic shelter, multi-purpose field

track, picnic table, soccer fields, bike pump track, horse arena, cyclocross track.

Lions Park baseball fields, multi-purpose field, community garden

Valley Centre Park playground, multi purpose field

Brookside Hollow playground, picnic tables, half basketball court

County Fairgrounds rodeo grounds, sand volleyball courts

Willow Creek tot lot, picnic table, bbq grill

Creekside Pathway paved pathway, Teton Creek access

Victor (see map page 23)

Golf Vista playground, small climbing wall, picnic table

Main Street City Park pavilion, stage, picnic tables, fire

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5th Street Park skate park, BMX track, disc golf course, nature walks Shoshoni South Park multipurpose fields, paved pathway, off-leash dog area

sherman Park pavilion, tot lot, horseshoes, dog run, baseball fields, ice arena, groomed nordic track, lawn-mower race

Ruby Carsons Park baseball field, playground, bbq grills, picnic pavilion, tennis court, restrooms

Pat hways Driggs-Victor Bike Path eight mile paved pathway Rails to Trails runs from Tetonia to Ashton

Facilities Kotler Arena offers youth and adult ice programs. Located in Victor’s Sherman Park, on the corner of Baseline Dr. and Agate St., it couldn’t be easier to get out and enjoy the ice. Kotler Arena offers: • Warming hut with ample seating to change into skates, warm-up after skating, or hold private gatherings and events with friends, family and coworkers. • Skate rentals and pro-shop • Concessions • Indoor restroom • Kotler Arena is also a venue TETON VALLEY NEWS empowering the community

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for family gatherings, birthday parties, private or non-profit events, corporate events, or any variety of other potential uses. • Reserve the Arena at tetonvalleyfoundation.org/ recreation/kotler-ice-arena

Victor Bike Park was built by the non-profit Victor Velo and is managed by Mountain Bike the Tetons. It includes a pump track and a set of dirt jumps. A pump track is a continuous loop a biker can ride without pedaling. Bikers gain speed by pumping the bike through rollers and berms.

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The bike park as a whole helps riders improve overall cycling skills. It’s biggest asset is bringing bikers of all abilities together to one place. Around the perimeter of the bike park is a 50 acre permanent cyclocross park and walking trails.

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holds approximately 250 people. Outdoor cooking, full kitchen, tables, chairs, heat and pavilion. Call Teton County Extension Office to reserve (208) 354-2961.

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Teton Valley is Diverting over 33% of it’s waste!

That’s a 7% Increase from last year! This success takes significant effort by community members and organizations. A BIG THANK YOU TO: Those who have chosen to recycle and divert. Community leaders endorsing diversion. Teton County Transfer Station for having the processing systems in place making it all possible. Teton Valley Community Recycling for their continued efforts.

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Teton Valley Education Foundation’s mission is to enhance opportunities for excellence in TSD #401 through educational programs and community partnerships. We make a difference in our schools through our funding of the following programs: Teacher GranTs $15,000 awarded annually to teachers for equipment, books, technology, field trips and programs.

sTeM Supporting Science, Technology, Engineering and Math programs in the schools. Vision & hearinG screeninG Provides volunteers and screening equipment to help detect hearing and vision problems.

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An emergency fund to support students in need.

July 2-4 City Park

arT reach Provides a certified art instructor to teach one art class per month for K-5 students.

GaP! A middle school program for girls promoting confidence, competence and community building.

sPanish For Kids Teaching K-3 students basic conversational Spanish through two classes per month.

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WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT!

Family Fun Day in August

HoliDay Festival

Festival and parade in December

Donating to the Tet on Va lley Education Foundation makes a difference in the live s of our students. To donate, visit our website at www. tetoneduca tion.org

To find out more about us or make a donation, visit our website at www.TetonEducation.org

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