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WELCOME

to the official City of Friendswood Parks and Recreation Summer Activity Guide. The Parks & Recreation Department’s mission is to provide the highest level of services and programs to the citizens at the greatest value, in a manner that warrants the highest degree of public confidence in our integrity and efficiency. The Parks and Recreation Department is located in City Hall on the second floor at 910 S. Friendswood Drive. Office hours are Monday - Thursday, 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM & Fridays, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

PARKS & RECREATION STAFF

STAY CONNECTED

James Toney - Director of Parks & Recreation Kimberly Ramirez - Assistant to the Director of Parks & Recreation Gary Williams - Parks/Building Maintenance Superintendent Michael Boyett - Recreation Superintendent Heather Whitty- Recreation Manager Katy Blanchard - Recreation Aide Genie Balderaz - Senior Program Manager Jamie Eubanks - Assistant Senior Program Manager

rec@friendswood.com

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910 S. Friendswood Dr. Friendswood, TX 77546 281-996-3220 /friendswoodparkrec @friendswoodparks


INFORMATION

FITNESS

SENIOR PROGRAMS

Household Registration ............................. 6

Class Description .................................... 21

Program Hours & Fees ............................ 26

Facility Rental Fees .................................... 7

Fitness Fees ............................................. 21

Activity Schedule ..................................... 27

Park Index .................................................. 8

Upcoming Senior Events .......................... 28

Park Map ................................................... 9 Upcoming Events ..................................... 10 Volunteer Information ............................. 30 2017 Calendar .......................................... 35

POOL Pool Hours & Fees ................................... 14 Pool Rental Information ........................... 15 Splash Pad Rules ...................................... 15

SPORTS Adult Sports ............................................. 22 Youth Sports Contacts ............................. 23

SUMMER CAMP Summer Camp Fees ................................ 24 Registration Information ......................... 25 Session Description ................................. 25

Swim Lessons .......................................... 16 Lifeguarding ............................................ 18

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Senior Trips .............................................. 29

KEEP FRIENDSWOOD BEAUTIFUL KFB Board Information ............................ 31 KFB Events ................................................ 32 Recycling Information ............................. 32 KFB Programs ........................................... 33


PARK IMPROVEMENTS Centennial Park The new Centennial Park basketball pavilion is estimated to be completed in May 2017. Additional improvements include new field and parking lot lighting. Lake Friendswood Park The new local oasis, Lake Friendswood Park, had a soft opening February 2017. In addition to the beautiful freshwater lake, this park has two fishing piers, a kayak launch, walking trails, park workout equipment, and parking. Plans are underway to add amenities such as bathroom facilities and a pavilion. Renwick Park New lighting has been added to three (3) T-Ball fields and upgraded lighting to other athletic fields. Improvements to parking lot lighting and facility drainage has been completed.

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PARK IMPROVEMENTS Corporal Steven Schulz Sportspark The Sportspark on FM 528 at Moore Road has been renamed “Corporal Steven Schulz Sportspark.” A ceremony was held Memorial Day weekend 2016 officially naming and opening the new and improved park. Four new youth softball fields were added, field lights, field improvements, new restrooms, new concession stands, and a new parking lot. Stevenson Park The placement of a 70-foot long bridge and trails over Cowards Creek, preceded by the City’s purchase of adjacent properties, now connects Stevenson Park with Old City Park. Parkland Acquisition The purchase of 25 acres of park land on Lundy Lane will be the future site for youth sports league play. Potential site amenities will include 6 to 8 lighted sports fields, restroom facilities, concessions, covered seating, and parking. Old City Park Improvements are scheduled for this park in the Summer of 2017. Amenities will include a new restroom building, a new pavilion, playground equipment, walking trails, and upgrades to visitor parking. The jewel of the park will be a new 2 acre dog park located on the other side of the park on Merriewood Drive. The dog park will feature a doggie Splash pad, doggie play equipment, and covered seating.

Corporal Steven Schulz Sportspark

Centennial Park Basketball Pavilion

Lake Friendswood

Stevenson Park Bridge

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HOUSEHOLD REGISTRATION

Program Registration Register for City recreation programs from your computer Online and phone registrations are payable by credit at parks.friendswood.com. Registration is also accepted by card only. Checks should be made payable to the “City of phone or in person at the Parks and Recreation Department. Friendswood.” Visit friendswood.com/parks or call 281-996-3220. Waiting List How to Register If registering for an event or program that has been filled, 1. Visit parks.friendswood.com to sign in. If you need a new your name can be placed on a waiting list. This does not guarantee a spot, but individuals will be contacted if one account please select “Need an Account.” becomes available. 2. Please fill out the required information and click “Finish.” Withdrawals and Refunds Refunds are processed within a week of refund request. Note: After submitting your form, please allow 24 hours for Once your refund has been processed it may take up your account to be approved. You may be asked for a copy to 30 days to receive your refund in the form of a check of your Friendswood water bill or other documents to verify through the mail. No cash refunds will be issued. For more residency. Once your household has been approved your log information on our refund policy call 281-996-3220. in and password will be emailed to you.

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STEVENSON LARGE ROTARY PAVILION

RESIDENT

RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT

NON-RESIDENT

STEVENSON Deposit: $200 LARGE Fee:ROTARY $75 PAVILION

Deposit: $200 Deposit: $200 Fee: $75 Fee: $175

Deposit: $200 Fee: $175

OLD CITY PARK

RESIDENT

Deposit: $200 OLDFee: CITY$75 PARK

STEVENSON SMALL ROTARY PAVILION Deposit: $200 Fee: $75 STEVENSON

SMALL ROTARY

(9 AM-12 PM, 1-4 PM, PAVILION 5-8 PM) Mar.-Oct.

Deposit: $200 Deposit: $200 Fee: $75 Fee: $175

(9 AM-12 PM, 1-4 PM, PM)PM, Mar.-Oct. (95-8 AM-12 1-4 PM, 5-8 PM) Mar.-Oct.

Deposit: $200 Fee: $175 (9 AM-12 PM, 1-4 PM, 5-8 PM) Mar.-Oct.

BASKETBALL COURT

Deposit: $100 BASKETBALL Fee: $25 COURT

R UNDE TION U R T C CONS

RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT

Deposit: $200 Deposit: $200 Fee: $75 Fee: $175

Deposit: $100 Deposit: $100 Fee: $25 Fee: $30

STEVENSON GAZEBO

LEAVESLEY PARK HANGAR

CENTENNIAL PAVILION

Deposit: $200 STEVENSON Fee: $50 GAZEBO

Deposit: $500 Fee: $60/hr $750-All Day LEAVESLEY PARK Cleaning: $250 HANGAR

Deposit: $200 Fee: $75 CENTENNIAL

FACILITY RENTAL FEES

Deposit: $200 Deposit: $200 Fee: $50 Fee: $75

Deposit: $200 Fee: $75

EVELYN B. NEWMAN AMPHITHEATER

(Required for Fri. Sat & Sun. rentals after 6PM)

Deposit: $500 Deposit: $500 Fee: $60/hr $750-All Day Fee: $80/hr $1050-All $250 Day Cleaning: (Required for Fri. Sat & Cleaning: $250

Sun. rentals 6PM) (Required forafter Fri. Sat & Sun. rentals after 6PM)

Deposit: $500 Fee: $80/hr $1050-All Day

Cleaning: $250

Deposit: $200 Deposit: $200 Fee: $75 Fee: $175

December - February December - February

Deposit: $200 Fee: $175

(Required for Fri. Sat & Sun. rentals after 6PM)

December - February

VOLLEYBALL COURTS

FRIENDSWOOD CITY POOL

Deposit: EVELYN$500 B. Fee: $250 NEWMAN

Deposit: $100 VOLLEYBALL Fee: $10 COURTS

Deposit: $500 Deposit: $500 Fee: $250 Fee: $350

Deposit: $100 Deposit: $100 Fee: $10 Fee: $15

AMPHITHEATER

PAVILION

December - February

Rental: $40/hr + $10/guard/hr

FRIENDSWOOD Deck: $10/hr CITY POOL + $2/ person Rental: $40/hr Rental: $50/hr + $10/guard/hr + $10/guard/hr Deck: $10/hr Deck: $20/hr + $2/ person + $2/ person Rental: $50/hr + $10/guard/hr

Facility Rental Information Deposit: $100 Deposit: $200 Deposit: $100 Deposit: $500 NON-RESIDENT Fee:or $15 Fee: $175 Fee: $30 Fee:To $350 A reservation is required for any gathering of more than 25 people. check availability make a reservation over the Deck: $20/hr phone, please call Parks & Recreation at 281-996-3220. Deposit and fees must be paid in full to make a reservation, + $2/ person no “hold” reservations will be made. Visa, MasterCard, and Discover are accepted over the phone, cash & check are accepted in the Parks and Recreation office at City Hall, 910 S. Friendswood Dr. Without a permit and permission from the Director of Parks & Recreation, classes, boot camps, and personal training sessions are prohibited in all City Parks. For more information please call the Parks & Recreation office at 281-996-3220. Security For any event of more than 75 people and/or if alcohol will be present, security must be arranged. The pay rate for each officer is $30.00 per hour (the rate may increase to $35 per hour if the rental is made with less than two weeks notice). At least two off-duty Friendswood Police Officers must be present. Payment will need to be made in cash at the time of the rental, directly with the assigned officers. 7 | CITY OF FRIENDSWOOD • SUMMER 2017


STEVENSON PARK

PARK LOCATIONS 1776 Memorial Park FM 2351 and Imperial Dr.

Leavesley Park Jones Hangar 901 Buckingham Dr.

Activity Building 416 Morningside Dr.

Old City Park 300 Briarmeadow Ave.

Centennial Park 2200 S. Friendswood Dr.

Renwick Sports Complex 205 Stadium Dr.

Corporal Steven Schulz Sportspark 2910 W. Parkwood Ave.

Stevenson Park 1100 S. Friendswood Dr.

Friendswood Lake Park 2533 Davis Prairie Ln.

Friendswood City Pool 900 Cedarwood Dr.

Lance Corporal Wesley J. Canning Sportspark 18836 Baker Rd. Improvements coming soon!

Volleyball

Tennis

Pool

Splash Pad

Restrooms

Playground

Pavilion

Natural Area

Athletic Fields

Rental Facility

Fitness Equipment

Fishing

Equestrian

Disc Golf Course

Walk/Run Trail

Bike Trail

Dog Park Coming Soon!

Basketball

PARK INDEX

1 1776 Memorial Park 2 Activity Building 3 Centennial Park 4 Corporal Steven Schulz Sportspark 5 Friendswood Lake Park 6 Lance Corporal Wesley J. Canning Sportspark 7 Leavesley Park Jones Hangar 8 Old City Park 9 Renwick Sports Complex 10 Stevenson Park

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PARK MAP

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UPCOMING EVENTS APRIL

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APRIL

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MAY

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SPRING SPARKLE

Saturday, from 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM | Centennial Park - 2200 S. Friendswood Dr. It’s time to start Spring Cleaning! Take advantage of this year’s Spring Sparkle where you can drop off trash, yard waste, old appliances, old furniture, wood, bricks, metal, plastic and garage sale items. Shredding will be offered until truck is full. There will be a 200 lb limit of paper per vehicle. Hazardous waste like tires, paint, batteries and oil will not be accepted.

PITCH, HIT, AND RUN

Tuesday, from 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM | Renwick Sports Complex, Field #5 - 205 Stadium Dr. Pitch, Hit, and Run is the official skills competition of Major League Baseball. This event is a FREE, 1-day event for boys and girls ages 7-14. Participants compete in either the Baseball Division or Softball Division and have the opportunity to advance through four levels of competition including Locals, Sectionals, Team Championships, and the National Finals during MLB All-Star Week.

MITCH & ARTHA WRIGHT CONCERTS IN THE PARK

Friday, May 5, 12, 19, 26 & June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 at 7:00 PM | Stevenson Park - 1100 S. Friendswood Dr. Concerts take place at Stevenson Park Gazebo from 7:00 PM until approximately 9:00 PM. Bring your blankets, lawn chairs, refreshments, dinner, and/or a snacks and sit back and enjoy an evening of fun and free family entertainment. Raffle prizes will be given out during intermission. Don’t miss your chance to win!

YOUTH FISHING DERBY

Saturday, from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM | Centennial Park - 2200 S. Friendswood Dr. Join friends and family for a morning of fishing fun! Over 600 pounds of adult catfish will be stocked in the Centennial pond for participants to catch. No pre-registration is required. Loaner rods will be limited so participants are encouraged to bring their own fishing supplies. Prizes awarded to the largest fish in each age group. No fishing license required.

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UPCOMING EVENTS MAY

12 MAY

29

JULY

4

Starts JULY

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SCHOOL’S OUT FOR THE SUMMER

Friday, at 7:00 PM | Stevenson Park - 1100 S. Friendswood Dr. Join Keep Friendswood Beautiful for a special School’s Out For Summer Concert in the Park with amusement rides, food trucks, face painting, door prizes, and featuring the band Vocal Trash! This concert is intended not only to be entertaining, but also to boost awareness on the positive environmental effects of “Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.”

MEMORIAL DAY CELEBRATION

Monday, at 10:00 AM | Veterans Memorial - 910 S. Friendswood Dr. The annual Memorial Day Ceremony will be held at the Veterans Memorial adjacent to City Hall. The Ceremony will include patriotic performances from local musicians, singers, a guest speaker, and participation from Mayor and Council. All area veterans, current members of the military, and their families will be honored during the ceremony.

JULY 4TH CELEBRATION

Parade & Day Program: Tuesday, 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM | Stevenson Park - 1100 S. Friendswood Dr. Evening Program & Fireworks: Tuesday, 7:30 PM | Centennial Park - 2200 S. Friendswood Dr. The July 4th parade will begin on Friendswood Drive (FM 518) at Heritage Drive. The parade concludes at Stevenson Park where families can enjoy rides, games, food, entertainment, and fun until approximately 3:30 PM. The evening event starts at 7:30 PM at Centennial Park featuring live entertainment by “Bee Gee’s Gold”. Fireworks start at approximately 9:20 PM.

MOVIES IN THE PARK

Friday, July 14, 21, 28 & August 4 starting at dusk | Centennial Park - 2200 S. Friendswood Dr. Friday, August 11, starting at dusk | Dive-In Movie, Stevenson Park Pool - 900 Cedarwood Dr. Each Friday the City of Friendswood and Rotary Club hosts Movies in the Park. The event is free and open to everyone. Audiences have the chance to win prizes with a weekly trivia challenge about the night’s movie. Movies begin at dusk (roughly 8:30 PM, start time gets earlier as the summer progresses). Theater seating is available but green space is also an option for those wishing to bring their own seating and/ or blankets.

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CONCERT IN THE PARK

FHS BAND - MAY 5 Jazz Band

VOCAL TRASH - MAY 12 Variety

FLASHPOINT - MAY 19 80’s

ZYDECO DOTS - MAY 26 Zydeco

HAMILTON LOOMIS - JUNE 2 Blues

SLAGS - JUNE 9 Rock, Pop, Dance

YELBA - JUNE 16 Latin

FUNKSION - JUNE 23 Funk, Rock

MANGO PUNCH - JUNE 30 Pop, Rock

MOVIES IN THE PARK

FINDING DORY - JULY 14 Sponsor: Air Systems

MOANA - JULY 21 Sponsor: Keep Friendswood Beautiful

LEGO BATMAN MOVIE- JULY 28 Sponsor: Galveston County Health District

DIVEIN MOV IE

SECRET LIFE OF PETS - AUGUST 4 Sponsor: HomeTown Bank

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TROLLS - AUGUST 11 Dive-In Movie at Stevenson Park Pool Sponsor: TBD


FRIENDSWOOD POOL 281-482-0936 900 Cedarwood, Friendswood, TX 77546

Summer Season Dates & Hours Opening Weekend May 27 - 29 ................................................ 1:00- 7:00 PM th

Pool Fees & Membership Friendswood Residents Rates

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Free Admission May 29th

Family Season Pass (up to 5 members) .............................. $90 Additional Members .................................................. +$10 per person

Regular Season Hours | June 1 - August 15

Individual Season Pass .................................................. $55

Monday ...................................... 12:00 - 5:00 PM (Closed) Monday ................................ 7:00 - 9:30 PM (Open Swim)

Daily Visit Rate ................................................................ $2

Tuesday - Friday ......................................... 12:00- 5:00 PM Tuesday - Friday ............................................7:00 - 9:30 PM Saturday - Sunday ........................................ 1:00- 7:00 PM July 4th (Free Admission) ...............................1:00- 7:00 PM

Twenty Visit Pass ........................................................... $30 Seniors 60+ Daily Rate ..................................................... Free

Non-Residents Rates Family Season Pass (up to 5 members) ............................ $100 Additional Members .................................................. +$10 per person

Individual Season Pass .................................................. $65 Twenty Visit Pass ........................................................... $40

Lap Swim: At least one lane will always be dedicated to lap swim during open swim.

Morning lap swim is available at the

Friendswood ISD Aquatic Center, 281-992-2505

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Daily Visit Rate ................................................................ $4


POOL RENTAL Rental Fees Friendswood Residents Rates Exclusive Pool Rental ........................................ $40 per hour

+ Lifeguard Fee .............................................. $10 per hour, per lifeguard

Deck Rental ...................................................... $10 per hour

Important Rental Information Exclusive pool rentals • Rental Times: Saturday and Sundays from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM or 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM. An additional hour may be added before 11:00 AM or after 9:00 PM upon request. July 10th through August 14th, you may schedule an exclusive party from 5:00 - 7:00 PM Monday through Friday as well.

+ Guest Entry Fee ................................................................. $2 per guest

• 2 hour minimum rental

Non-Residents Rates

Lifeguard Payments: Lifeguards are to be paid directly in cash upon entering the facility before the party begins, no exceptions.

Exclusive Pool Rental ........................................ $50 per hour

+ Lifeguard Fee .............................................. $10 per hour, per lifeguard

Deck Rental ...................................................... $20 per hour + Guest Entry Fee ................................................................. $2 per guest

CONTACT US

To rent the pool or for any additional information, please call 281-482-0936 or 281-996-3220 during pool operation hours, or email pool@friendswood.com

Deck Rentals • 2 hour minimum rental (During Pool Hours) • Guest Payments: It is up to the discretion of the party holder to decide if the daily fee for those attending the p a r t y will be paid by the party holder or the attendee. Price for those attending the party is $2 per person regardless of residency. • Deck Space: The deck space is only private during the time of the rental. Once the party is over, the deck returns to a first come first serve location. The party may stay on the deck once their party is over ONLY if there is no reservation scheduled after them. All decorations and/or signage must be removed before the end of the alotted time.

SPLASH PAD Splash Pad Rules

Hours of operation are 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM 1) All persons using the splash pad do so at their own risk. No lifeguard on duty. 2) All children must have adult supervision at all times. 3) No running, rough play, or foul language will be tolerated. 4) Infants must wear swim diapers. 5) Climbing on splash pad is strictly prohibited. 6) Pets are not allowed on the pad. 7) Do not carry or wash off sand onto the pad. 8) No glass or food containers on the pad. 9) Skateboards, rollerblades and bikes are not permitted. 10) Do not use the pad during severe weather conditions. 11) No electrical appliances within 5 feet of the pad. 12) Do not cover water fixtures or drains. 13) Splash pad may be closed at any time due to maintenance. 14) Persons with open cuts, infection or diseases that may be transmitted are prohibited. 15 | CITY OF FRIENDSWOOD • SUMMER 2017


SWIM LESSONS Join us for swim lessons at the Acorn Aquatic Academy. Classes will be taught Tuesday through Friday in two week sessions. In the event of inclement weather or if a class gets canceled, makeups will occur on Mondays at your regularly scheduled class time. In the event classes cannot be rescheduled, a refund or credit will be issued. When registering your swimmer for classes, please remember that most swimmers may need to repeat levels before advancement. Swimmers may not be left at a lesson alone; a parent or legal guardian must remain inside the facility for the entirety of the lesson. Finally, we ask that all lesson observers watch from the wooden deck during the class, as we would like your swimmers to get the most out of their lesson with the fewest distractions. Thank you for choosing the Acorn Aquatic Academy as your summer swim lesson destination!

LEVEL 1

• Comfortably submerge his/her head? • Float on his/her back with little to no assistance? • Jump from the side of the pool?

LEVEL 2

• Demonstrate arm movements for freestyle and backstroke? • Float unassisted on his/her back? • Demonstrate an understanding of breastroke & elementary backstroke kick (frog kick)?

LEVEL 3

• Swim full backstroke, freestyle, & elementary backstroke unassisted for at least half a pool length? • Demonstrate breastroke kick (frog kick) for at least 12 ½ yards (half a pool length) • Demonstrate an understanding of butterfly kick (dolphin kick)?

LEVEL 4

WHAT LEVEL SHOULD YOUR CHILD BE IN?

• Swim full backstroke, freestyle, & elementary backstroke unassisted for 25-50 yards? • Swim full breastroke and butterfly with minimal assistance for at least 12 ½ yards? • Demonstrate a flip-turn with assistance?

If Yes, Continue | If No, Level 1

If Yes, Continue | If No, Level 2

If Yes, Continue | If No, Level 3

If Yes, Level 5 | If No, Level 4

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Level 3 - Intermediate Swimmers should be able to swim freestyle, back stroke, and elementary backstroke with no assistance. Swimmers will be introduced to the proper arm movements for breastroke, the kick for butterfly, and shallow dives from a kneeling position.

Swim Lesson Sessions Tuesday - Friday Session 1 .................................................. June 20 – June 30 Session 2 ..................................................... July 11 – July 21 Session 3 ................................................. July 25 – August 4 Session 4* .......................................... August 8 – August 11 *Discounted Session

Resident: $55 | Non-Resident: $75 June 20 – June 30 .......... 10:35 – 11:05AM .......... 20503 02 July 11 – July 21 ............. 10:35 – 11:05AM ......... 20503 03 July 25 – August 4 .......... 10:35 – 11:05AM .......... 20503 04 Resident: $27.50 | Non-Resident: $37.50 August 8 – August 11 ..... 10:35 – 11:05AM ......... 20503 05

Level 1 - Beginner

Level 4 - Stroke Skills

Swimmers will work on adjusting to classes without the assistance of a parent and becoming comfortable with the water by learning skills such as floating and breath control. Techniques such as kicking and basic arm movements of freestyle and backstroke will be taught.

Swimmers should be able to perform freestyle, backstroke, elementary backstroke, breastroke kick, and butterfly kick unassisted for at least 15 yards. Students will learn the arm movements for butterfly, standing shallow dives, and work to perfect the breastroke. Swimmers will also be introduced to flip-turns in Level 4.

Resident: $55 | Non-Resident: $75 June 20 – June 30 .......... 10:00 – 10:30AM .......... 20501 02 July 11 – July 21 ............. 10:00 – 10:30AM ......... 20501 03 July 25 – August 4 .......... 10:00 – 10:30AM .......... 20501 04 Resident: $27.50 | Non-Resident: $37.50 August 8 – August 11 ..... 10:00 – 10:30AM ........ 20501 05

Level 2 - Advanced Beginner Swimmers will work on rhythmic breathing, becoming fully submerged, and swimming freestyle and back stroke with little assistance. The swimmers will also start to learn the basics of the breastroke kick, elementary backstroke, and head first entries from a seated position.

Resident: $80 | Non-Resident: $100 June 20 – June 30 .......... 10:15 – 11:00AM .......... 20504 02 July 11 – July 21 ............. 10:15 – 11:00AM ......... 20504 03 July 25 – August 4 .......... 10:15 – 11:00AM .......... 20504 04 Resident: $40 | Non-Resident: $50 August 8 – August 11 ..... 10:15 – 11:00AM ......... 20504 05

Level 5 - Advanced Swimmers should be proficient in all strokes; freestyle, backstroke, elementary backstroke, breastroke, and butterfly. Level 5 will focus on endurance, stroke perfection, flip turns, and shallow racing dives.

Resident: $55 | Non-Resident: $75 June 20 – June 30 .......... 11:05 – 11:35AM .......... 20502 02 July 11 – July 21 ............ 11:05 – 11:35AM ......... 20502 03 July 25 – August 4 .......... 11:05 – 11:35AM .......... 20502 04

Resident: $80 | Non-Resident: $100 June 20 – June 30 .......... 11:10 – 11:55AM .......... 20505 02 July 11 – July 21 ............. 11:10 – 11:55AM ......... 20505 03 July 25 – August 4 .......... 11:10 – 11:55AM .......... 20505 04

Resident: $27.50 | Non-Resident: $37.50 August 8 – August 11 ..... 11:05 – 11:35AM ......... 20502 05

Resident: $40 | Non-Resident: $50 August 8 – August 11 ..... 11:10 – 11:55AM ......... 20505 05

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LIFEGUARDING

Junior Lifeguarding

Lifeguarding Class

Ages: 13-15

Saturday, April 8 | 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Friendswood ISD Aquatics Center 1115 Falling Leaf, Friendswood, TX

Session 1: June 12 – June 30 Session 2: July 17 – August 4 Price: $10 per session The Junior Lifeguarding program is designed to prepare potential future lifeguards for the skills and tasks they would need to perform when they become eligible to be hired (16 years and older). The program runs in two three-week sessions throughout the summer. Participants will get hands-on experience and see first-hand what lifeguards do on a day-to-day basis. The junior lifeguards will also learn the basics of CPR and first aid, teaching swim lessons, and water safety to families at local home owner association pools. Each junior lifeguard will participate in the lifeguarding staff weekly training on Mondays from noon - 4:00pm. In addition, each junior lifeguard will be required to submit a “schedule request” at least one week prior to the first day so individual schedules can be built to meet the participant’s availability. Junior lifeguards will not be scheduled for more than 16 hours per week. Potential scheduled hours are Monday – Friday between 9:00 AM and 9:30 PM and Saturday and Sunday between 1:00 PM and 7:00 PM.

REGISTRATION

Register online today for Lifeguarding Classes and Junior Lifeguarding at parks.friendswood.com Space is Limited.

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Sunday, April 9 | 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Leavesley Park Jones Hangar 901 Buckingham, Friendswood, TX Price New Lifeguard Fee ....................................................... $175 American Red Cross Fee (pay online to American Red Cross) .............$35

Recertification Fee* ..................................................... $100 American Red Cross Fee (pay online to American Red Cross) .............$35 *Must hold current lifeguarding certification or be within 3 months of the expiration date. Please contact Heather Whitty: 281.996.3276 or hwhitty@friendswood.com to register.

Space is limited | Registration ends March 29 at 3:00 PM To register, all candidates must be at least 15 years of age before the class starts. All participants must pass a prerequisite swim test to be completed on first day of class. The test consists of a 300 yard swim, a 2 minute water tread using legs only, and a timed 10 foot brick test where the candidate must swim 20 yards, dive to the bottom of a 10ft diving well to retrieve a 10 pound brick and swim back to the ledge on their back with both hands remaining on the brick. If the participant cannot complete the prerequisite, they will be refunded for the amount paid to the City of Friendswood. Money paid to American Red Cross will not be refunded. Participants must attend the entirety of both days of the class and must have completed an online portion at least 3 days prior to the first day of class.


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ADULT FITNESS

@friendswoodparksandrecfitness

Fitness Punch Card Resident Fees 16 Class Punch Card ...................................................... $80 Senior Punch Card (60+) ............................................... $60 Non -Resident Fees 16 Class Punch Card .................................................... $100 Senior Punch Card (60+) ............................................... $80 Weight Training Weight Training incorporates a variety of equipment such as dumbbells, kettlebells, bands, stability balls, as well as body weight to work all of the major muscle groups. Yoga* Intuitive movement based in Hatha (body) yoga tradition. Suitable for all levels from beginner to advanced. Keeping an open mind and an open heart, you will learn to honor your body as well as mind. Mat Pilates* Mat Pilates focuses on improving strength, flexibility, and posture as well as the core by using equipment free exercises. POP Pilates* POP Pilates exercises with the attitude of choreographed dance and the energy of music, results in an intense workout that is fun and effective. 21 | CITY OF FRIENDSWOOD • SUMMER 2017

Camp Gladiator Camp Gladiator is taught in 4-week fitness camps that promise a fun & motivating environment. Men & women of all fitness levels are invited to push themselves to reach their goals. Zumba® Zumba is a total body workout combining elements of fitness, cardio, muscle conditioning, balance, and flexibility. You can burn between 400-600 calories in a one hour class.

FITNESS SCHEDULE

Check out the fitness Facebook or the Parks & Recreation website for the current fitness class schedule. STRONG by Zumba™ * STRONG by Zumba™ is a high intensity interval training class that uses traditional fitness moves for a more athletic, conditioning-style workout. Zumba Toning® Zumba Toning® keeps the essence Zumba while focusing on strengthening the arms, abs and thighs by adding resistance using Zumba®Toning Sticks. Aqua Zumba® Aqua Zumba® blends Zumba with water resistance, for one pool party you shouldn’t miss! With less impact on the joints, Aqua Zumba® is perfect for all fitness levels and ages. Offered June - August at the Friendswood City Pool. *Students are encouraged to bring their own fitness mat.


ADULT SPORTS www.friendswoodsports.com

Men’s Flag Football | Centennial Park - 2200 S. Friendswood Dr. The City of Friendswood Parks & Recreation Department offers Men’s 8 on 8 Flag Football League each year. The leagues are scheduled to start in January and teams from the surrounding area are welcome to come enjoy the fun and excitement involved with flag football. The leagues will run for six weeks followed by a single elimination playoff. Prizes (t-shirts and trophies) will go to the top two teams in each division. Games will follow Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (T.A.A.F.) Flag Football rules. Adult leagues are played Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.

Adult Softball | Corporal Steven Schulz Sportspark - 2910 W. Parkwood Ave. The City of Friendswood Parks & Recreation Department offers Adult Slow Pitch Softball Leagues each year. The leagues are scheduled to start in February and teams from the surrounding area are welcome. The leagues will run for 7 weeks followed by a single elimination playoff. Prizes (t-shirts and trophies) will go to the top two teams in each division. Games will follow A.S.A. rules. Leagues run back to back from February through November; 3-4 leagues per year. Friendswood Adult Softball League play consists of Co-ed, Men’s “D” , Men’s “DD” and “Men’s Church”. Adult leagues are played on Sunday, Monday, and Wednesday.

Team Registration Team registration takes place Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, at the Park & Recreation Department in City Hall, 910 S. Friendswood Dr. Please make checks payable to the “City of Friendswood”. Visa, MasterCard, and Discover are accepted. Each team pays a $250 registration fee and a one time $80 forfeit deposit. Teams will also be required to pay umpires $20 cash per game. For additional information, contact the Park & Recreation Department at (281) 996-3228.

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YOUTH SPORTS CONTACTS

RENWICK PARK

Tennis Ken Westerfeld 832-489-1116 Liz Burris 281-795-2419 lizburristennis@gmail.com Friendswood Girls Softball David Bramlet 832-868-2558 fgsaregistrar2017@gmail.com www.eteamz.com/fgs Friendswood Little League Stephen Walmsley fwllbaseball@gmail.com www.friendswoodlittleleague.com

Friendswood Challenger Program Mandy Goodwin 713-299-1863 igoodwin@earthlink.net Friendswood Broncos Football Butch Brazzel fyfa.broncos@gmail.com www.leaguelineup.com/fyfa Friendswood Colts Football Allyson Pearcy 281-744-0055 allyson@friendswoodcolts.com www.friendswoodcolts.com BeastMode Jesse Shelton 713-492-8075 beastmodetrack@gmail.com

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Space City Futbol Club Randy Evans 281-724-9915 officemgr@spacecityfc.org www.spacecityfc.org Friendswood Swim Team (FAST) Kirby Wells kirby.wells@gmail.com www.friendswoodswim.org Friendswood Lacrosse (FYLAX) Nancy Sims 803-493-1815 www.fylax.org


SUMMER DAY CAMP 281-910-2726 901 Buckingham, Friendswood, TX 77546 Camp Hours Monday - Friday .....................................9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Extended Care ................ 7:00 - 9:00 AM & 4:00 - 6:00 PM

The Friendswood Summer Day Camp has provided unique and wonderful activities for kids, ages 6 -13, since 1988. This year camp begins June 1 and will continue through August 15, in two-week sessions. Camp meets at Leavesley Park Jones Hangar each morning at 9:00 a.m. Campers will get the chance to take exciting trips to destinations such as Schlitterbahn, Moody Gardens, Pleasure Pier, and more. Each day campers can participate in activities such as arts & crafts, games, swimming, team/individual sports, and outdoor education. 24 | CITY OF FRIENDSWOOD • SUMMER 2017

Prices Resident Fees Session 1,6 .................................................................. $140 Session 2,4,5 ............................................................... $200 Session 3 ..................................................................... $180 Additional Sibling Discount ....................................................... $30 OFF Extended Care .................................................................................. $30

Non -Resident Fees Session 1,6 .................................................................. $168 Session 2,4,5 ............................................................... $240 Session 3 ..................................................................... $216 Additional Sibling Discount ....................................................... $30 OFF Extended Care .................................................................................. $30 *There will be no discounts for ½ sessions (1 week). Deadline to pay the balance of session will be due seven days prior to start of session.


SUMMER DAY CAMP Registration Resident Registration ............................................April 10th Non-Resident Registration ................................... April 24th All camp registrations will be on a first come, first serve basis. You may register over the phone, in our office, or from the comfort of your home online. Registration Documents • • • • •

Registration Form Copy of Birth Certificate Photo of Camper Copy of Health Insurance Card Copy of Water Bill ( Residents Only)

Space is limited | Registration Documents due by May 12th

CHECK OUT

See PG. 6 for household registration information for camp registration help. Contact the Parks and Recreation office if you need help with your login and password.

Daily Camp Supplies

Please bring the following things to camp daily: • Lunch • Water • Swimsuit & Towel • Sunscreen • Bug Spray • Snack Each camper will be provided with a Summer Camp field trip shirt. Please dress your child in this designated shirt the morning of a field trip day.

Camp Sessions Session 1: F.S.D.C. Superbowl .................... June 1st- June 9th Field Trips: NRG Stadium, Putt-Putt Funhouse Bring your “A” game to this exciting session of camp. Participate in a new game everyday; kickball, obstacle courses, hockey, and more. Show your camp spirit through team banners, goofy hats, and crazy socks.

Session 2: Summer Camp of Magic ...... June 12th- June 23rd Field Trips: Pleasure Pier, Papa John’s, Movies Welcome to the wonderful Summer Camp of Magic. Grab your potions and wand as you fly into this magical session. With games like Quidditch and wizard crafts, you are sure to escape the muggle world.

Session 3: Candy Land .............................. June 26th- July 7th Field Trips: Moody Gardens, Papa John’s, Bowling Campers will indulge in yummy activities as they feast their way through this session. Cookie decorating, counselor cook-off, and Candy Land carnival: you won’t want to miss it!

Session 4: Jedi Camp ............................... July 10th - July 21st Field Trips: Movies, Putt-Putt Fun House, Johnson Space Center (Ages: 6-9), Bay Area Raceway (Ages: 10-13) May the force be with you as you embark in this session of camp. Come along as you train with fun activities such as obstacle courses, Jedi crafts, and rocket launches. The force is strong with this session

Session 5: Decades of Fun .................... July 24th - August 4th Field Trips: Pleasure Pier, Houston Museum of Natural Science, Alvin Skate-N-Party Travel back in time to the days of rootbeer floats, wild west, caveman drawings, dinosaur egg hunt, hippie days, disco, and more.

Session 6: The Great Outdoors ........ August 7th- August 15th Field Trips: Schlitterbahn, Papa John’s Lions, tigers, and campers oh my! Brave the wilderness of Friendswood. This session is packed full of outdoor activities. You will definitely end your summer wanting s’more.

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SENIORS PROGRAM

SENIOR CITIZEN PROGRAM 281-482-8441 seniorprogram@friendswood.com 416 Morningside, Friendswood, TX 77546 Hours of Operation Monday- Friday ...................................... 9:00 AM- 3:00 PM Saturday- Sunday ..................................................... CLOSED Senior Program Fees Friendswood Resident ................................................. FREE Friendswood Non-Resident ............................. $25 Annually The Friendswood Activity Building, located at 416 Morningside Drive, is home to the Friendswood Senior Citizen Program that was established in 1993 to serve the needs of seniors adults who are 50 years of age and 26 | CITY OF FRIENDSWOOD • SUMMER 2017

older. The focus of the Senior Citizen Program is to enable individuals to continue being an integral part of their community. A full slate of recurring activities are planned throughout the week. The building accommodates the needs of a thriving active adult population and includes a fitness room, kitchen, dining area, TV room, conference room, computer room, and multipurpose room. All Friendswood Senior Citizens are encouraged to use the fitness equipment, available from the hours 9: 00 AM - 3:00 PM, Monday-Friday. Fitness equipment includes free weights, treadmills, a stationary bicycle, elliptical and more. Lunch and Learn seminars are scheduled periodically to give information on topics that are important to seniors. For more information please contact Genie Balderaz, the Senior Program Manager, or Jamie Eubanks, the Assistant Senior Program Manager, at 281-482-8441.


SENIOR CITIZEN ACTIVITIES Friendswood senior citizens may participate in a variety of activities, trips and special events creatively designed to meet the ever changing needs and interests of a growing and active adult population. Everything from Tai Chi to ballroom dancing, line dancing, tap dancing, or fitness instruction is offered on the weekly activities calendar. Most classes are taught by volunteer instructors. Special events offered each month range from holiday celebrations to live entertainment performances by local and regional artists, lectures, and instructors. Field Trips scheduled monthly and throughout the year include short day trips to area attractions as well as exciting and professionally organized overnight trips and excursions to nearby cities and tourist destinations. Please see a list of our current activities below: Continental Bridge Yoga Hand & Foot Bahai Study Photography Club (2nd & 4th Monday) Bingo, twice a month Mah Jongg Exercise

Clogging Bible study Zumba Gold ® Bunco Tai Chi Dominoes (42) Line Dance Painting class

Chair Yoga Crochet Chair Volleyball Tap Dance Recorder class Wii Bowling Movie Matinee

TIME

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

9:00 AM

Con. Bridge

Mah Jongg Exercise

Exercise Dominoes (42)

Exercise

Mah Jongg Dominoes (42)

9:15 AM

Tap Dance

9:30 AM

Yoga

10:00 AM

Hand & Foot Bahai Study

Clogging

Line Dance Hand & Foot

Clogging Hand & Foot

10:15 AM

Line Dance

10:30 AM

Bible Study

11:10 AM 11:45 AM

Lunch

12:00 PM

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch Zumba Gold ® Crochet

Zumba Gold ®

12:30 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM

Lunch

Painting Photography

Bunco Tai Chi Spanish

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Chair Yoga

Tai Chi Chair Volleyball


SENIOR CITIZEN UPCOMING EVENTS APRIL

13 MAY

4 JUNE

15 JULY

20 AUG

18

SPRING PICNIC & EASTER EGG HUNT Thursday, from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Stevenson Park - 1100 S. Friendswood Dr.

Join the city for it’s annual Spring Picnic at Stevenson Park! Guests will enjoy hot dogs with all the fixings, beans, chips, dessert, and BINGO. Lunch will be served at 11:00 AM and Bingo will begin at 12:00 PM. Don’t miss out!

CINCO DE MAYO

Thursday, from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM | Activity Building - 416 Morningside Dr. It’s a Cinco de Mayo PARTY! Put on your best outfit and join us at the Activity Building for fun and food. Attendees will enjoy enchiladas, rice, beans, chips and salsa, provided by La Casita Restaurant. Live entertainment from 12:00 - 1:00 PM

BBQ FUNDRAISER

Thursday, from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Activity Building - 416 Morningside Dr. Buy a plate of barbeque to support the senior programs and events. The BBQ plates consist of brisket, beans, potato salad, bread, and dessert. Adult plates are $10 and a Senior plate is $8.

WATERMELON BASH & BINGO

Thursday, from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM | Activity Building - 416 Morningside Dr. Let’s beat the summer heat with a cool, tasty treat! Enjoy the afternoon with a bowl of watermelon, pineapple, strawberries, grapes, and cantaloupe. Then try your luck playing Bingo!

CASINO EXTRAVAGANZA

Friday, from 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM Activity Building - 416 Morningside Dr. Enjoy an evening of refreshments, door prizes, music, dancing, and more! Casino games include Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, and Texas Hold-em.

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SENIOR CITIZEN TRIPS

COUSHATTA CASINO

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 from 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM Fee: $10.00 per person Win the big bucks on this day trip to Coushatta Casino & Resort in Kinder, Louisiana. Attendees will meet at the Senior Center and load the bus to leave at 8:00 AM. Spend the day enjoying everything the casino has to offer; slots, black jack, food, and more! Once everyone has struck it rich the group will head back to Friendswood at 8:00 PM. Don’t miss out on this exciting trip, be sure to sign up by May 1st.

CRUISE: CARNIVAL BREEZE

Sunday, March 26 - April 2

The seniors are gathering to go cruising again this year. Join them on a seven night cruise aboard the Carnival Breeze cruise ship leaving out of Galveston on March 26. This trip includes stops in Key West, Florida, Freeport, Bahamas, and Nassau, Bahamas. All payments and arrangements will be made through the Carnival Cruise line.

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VOLUNTEER

Board, Commissions, or Committees

Community Service Hours

It is the desire and intent of City Council to encourage and support citizen participation in an advisory capacity governing the affairs of the City. Service through membership on a board, commission, or committee is a valued, important opportunity for participation in an advisory capacity. The following groups are associated with the Parks and Recreation department:

Looking for volunteer hours? Whether it’s a special event or help in the office, the City of Friendswood and Keep Friendswood are always in need of extra hands.

• Keep Friendswood Beautiful • Fourth of July Steering Committee • Senior Citizen Advisory Committee (Ages 50+) For more information about becoming a volunteer member or interested in joining a different group within the city please visit www.friendswood.com/Volunteer-Information

Events • Tree Giveaway - January • Daddy Daughter Dance - February • Spring Sparkle - April • Pitch, Hit, & Run - April • Youth Fishing Derby - May • School’s Out for the Summer - May • TX Gridiron Flag Football Tournament - June • Fourth of July Celebration - July • Concerts in The Park - Summer • Movies in the Park - Summer • Punt, Pass, & Kick - September • Spookfest Softball Tournament - October • Fall Haul - November • Blue Santa Softball Tournament - November • Flap Jack Fun Run - December • Santa in the Park - December

Other • Beautification Projects • Adopt-A-Spot • Mascot • Office Help • Event Prep work • Park Clean-up

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KEEP FRIENDSWOOD BEAUTIFUL @keepfriendswoodbeautiful Keep Friendswood Beautiful is a city board made up of 20 volunteers dedicated to enhance the aesthetic appearance of Friendswood and to encourage residents to take an active role in maintaining that appearance. Awarded the Governor’s Community Achievement Award of $210,000 in 2015, Keep Friendswood Beautiful used the money to improve the 518 medians with new landscaping under the direction of the Texas Department of Transportation. The KFB directs and coordinates management and planning of projects and education of the community; recommends budget and project priorities to City Council; seeks grants for funding opportunities; makes suggestions for conserving and protecting natural resources; and performs such other duties as the City Council may reasonably request. Friendswood has won several recognitions such as Best Places to Live, Best Town for Families, Best Suburb to Retire, and Safest City in America. Keep Friendswood Beautiful, which is under the umbrella of the City of Friendswood Parks & Recreation Department, has been an affiliate of Keep Texas Beautiful since 2009. The beautification group was originally started in 1973 as the Civic Beautification Committee, later changed their name to the Community Appearance Board in 1977, and is now known as Keep Friendswood Beautiful. 31 | CITY OF FRIENDSWOOD • SUMMER 2017


KEEP FRIENDSWOOD BEAUTIFUL Keep Friendswood Beautiful Events • Tree Giveaway - January 21 • Spring Sparkle - April 8 • Composting Workshop- May 6 NEW • School’s Out for the Summer - May 12 • Fall Haul - November 11 • Santa in the Park - December 9

Curbside Recycling Information If you do not already have a recycle bin at your residence, contact the City of Friendswood at 281-996-3232. A Waste Connection recycling truck will collect in your neighborhood once each week. To recycle, simply place the container at the curbside on the morning of your collection by 7 a.m. For more information on recycling, call Waste Connection at 281-331-0810

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KEEP FRIENDSWOOD BEAUTIFUL Adopt-A-Spot Adopt-A-Spot is a volunteer program where area volunteer groups are able to“adopt” a flower bed in one of Friendswood’s parks. This program creates opportunities for these groups to invest in the health and beauty of the community and increase the quality of life for residents and visitors. The adoptive group is responsible for planting and maintaining the bed during the spring, summer, and fall. If your group would like to adopt a bed, please contact the Parks and Recreation Department. For questions please call 281-996-3220.

Grant Incentive Program The Grant Incentive Program is a partnership between Keep Friendswood Beautiful (KFB), the City of Friendswood, and Friendswood businesses or Home Owner Associations, to initiate landscape improvement projects within the city for over all quality of life and beautification of the city. KFB supplies reimbursement for a landscape improvement project (not to exceed $2,000) and the business matches the contribution with cash or in-kind donations, such as local resources of volunteer labor, donated materials, professional services, etc. The grants will be awarded on a 50/50 basis, with a maximum KFB participation of $2,000 on any one project.

Figgy The most important member of Keep Friendswood Beautiful is Figgy, the eco-friendly squirrel. Figgy was born in 2012 and is now the face of KFB. Our furry friend attends all of the KFB educational programs and helps spread the word about the 3 R’s “Recycle, Reduce, Reuse”. If you see Figgy around the city, be sure to give a high five to show your support of the Keep Friendswood Beautiful mission.

Educational Programs This 30-45 minute presentation is to help expose students to ways to take care of Friendswood by recycling, saving water, conserving energy, keeping the air clean, reusing items, and preventing litter. The program provides a Keep Friendswood Beautiful pencil, a Figgy activity book, and an exclusive Figgy appearance. Presentations can be made to schools, scout troops, and day cares. This program can be made to fit any age. If you are interested in having a presentation please contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 281-996-3220 or email rec@friendswood.com. 33 | CITY OF FRIENDSWOOD • SUMMER 2017


Friendswood.com/parks Stay in the City of Friendswood Parks and Recreation Department loop through the website and social media. Explore the parks, facilities, and programs. Stay up to date by checking out the event calendar and following on social media.

WE WANT YOUR BEST SHOT

Use the hashtag #FriendswoodParks when posting to Facebook or Instagram and share your great pictures of Friendswood Parks with us! You may see your photo featured in upcoming Activity Guides. Please see disclaimer below before posting.

By posting pictures you hereby grant permission to the City of Friendswood, Texas and its agents and employees (the “City”) to utilize my photo/image in one or more media files published by the City without further notice to you. Please understand that this photograph/image or portions thereof will be used for public view. Further agree that the City may license others to use the photo/image or any excerpts, and your name and likeness used in or identifying the photo/image, and in the advertising, marketing and promotion of the City in any form of media. If you agree to participate in this project know no financial remuneration will be offered, and you must agree to waive and release any and all claims against the City of Friendswood, Texas and its contractors and licensees relating to your name, your likeness, the photo/image and their uses and/or distribution in any version or media, including without limitation, any rights and claims relating to royalties or compensation, editing, alteration, copyright, distribution, misappropriation, libel, false light, rights of privacy and/or publicity.

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FRIENDSWOOD PARKS & RECREATION EVENT CALENDAR

2017 JANUARY

S M T W T

F

S

6

7

1

2

3

8

9

10 11 12 13 14

4

5

FEBRUARY

S M T W T 5

6

7

F

S 4

1

2

3

8

9

10 11

MARCH

S M T W T 5

6

7

F

S 4

1

2

3

8

9

10 11

APRIL

S M T W T

F

S 1

4

5

6

7

8

2

3

10 11 12 13 14 15

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

9

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

29 30 31

26 27 28

26 27 28 29 30 31

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

MAY

S M T W T

6

F

S

2

3

8

9

10

2

3

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

11 12 13 14 15 16 17

9

10 11 12 13 14 15

13 14 15 16 17 18 19

21 22 23 24 25 26 27

18 19 20 21 22 23 24

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

20 21 22 23 24 25 26

28 29 30 31

25 26 27 28 29 30

23 24 25 26 27 28 29

27 28 29 30 31

1

2

3

8

9

10 11 12 13

4

5

6

7

S M T W T

F

S

AUGUST

1

7

S

5

JULY

S M T W T

4

F

JUNE

S M T W T

F

S

1

2

3

4

5

8

9

10 11 12

1 4

5

6

7

8

6

7

30 31

SEPTEMBER

S M T W T 3

4

5

6

7

F

S

1 8

OCTOBER

S M T W T

F

S

2

1

2

3

6

7

9

8

9

10 11 12 13 14

4

5

NOVEMBER

S M T W T 5

6

7

F

S 4

1

2

3

8

9

10 11

DECEMBER

S M T W T 3

4

5

6

7

F

S

1

2

8

9

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

17 18 19 20 21 22 23

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

17 18 19 20 21 22 23

24 25 26 27 28 29 30

29 30 31

26 27 28 29 30

24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Events

City Holidays (City Hall Closed)

January 21: KFB Tree Giveaway February 11: Daddy Daughter Dance April 8: KFB Spring Sparkle May 5, 12, 19, 26: Concert in the Park May 12: School’s Out for Summer Concert May 6: Youth Fishing Derby May 6: Composting Workshop June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30: Concert in the Park July 4: 4th of July Celebration July 14, 21, 28: Movies in the Park August 4, 11: Movies in the Park August 18: Dive in Movie October 21: Spookfest Softball Tournament November 11: KFB Fall Haul December 2: Flapjack Fun Run

January 2: City Hall Closed / New Year’s January 16: City Hall Closed / MLK Day February 20: City Hall Closed / President’s Day April 14: City Hall Closed / Good Friday May 29: City Hall Closed / Memorial Day July 4: City Hall Closed / Independence Day September 4: City Hall Closed / Labor Day October 9: City Hall Closed / Columbus Day November 10: City Hall Closed / Veterans Day November 23-24: City Hall Closed / Thanksgiving December 25-26: City Hall Closed / Christmas Holiday

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