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2017-18 MCCALL PARKS & RECREATION

We strive to enhance the quality of life for community youth and adults through recreation programs and outdoor spaces.

City of McCall Parks & Recreation

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McCall is a community committed to enhancing the quality of life. This commitment has helped to create a valuable parks and recreation system that offers a network of natural areas, shared open spaces, pathways and year-round recreational activities. In today’s hectic world, it’s easy to forget that taking time to enjoy each day is so important to our health and well being. The McCall Parks and Recreation Department is committed to insuring everyone has an opportunity to experience outstanding recreational activities and park facilities. Enjoy your time here in McCall and know my door is always open for questions, comments and ideas. Sincerely, Kurt Wolf

THANK YOU 2017 SPONSORS

DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE

• Franklin Building Supply

• The Star News

• ReMax Resort Reality

• Idaho First Bank

• Gravity Sports

• Payette River Bicycle Movement

• Dandy Lion Consignment • Les Schwab

• Brundage Mountain

• McCall Community Tennis Association

• McCall United Soccer • McCall Jewelry Company Association • Meckel Excavating, Inc. • McCall-Donnelly School • The Pancake House

District

• KB’s Burritos

PA R K S & R E C R E AT I O N S TA F F Monika Trapp, Parks Lead Todd Wheaton, Parks Foreman Park Superintendent, vacant Stephen Kostoff, Recreation Coordinator Stefanie Bork, Administrative Assistant

sbork@mccall.id.us

634-8991

Tara Woods, Recreation Supervisor

twoods@mccall.id.us

634-8968

Kurt Wolf, Director

kwolf@mccall.id.us

634-8967967


We’ve teamed up once again with MDHS to bring you another awesome season. Here are the details:

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

BASKETBALL

TOTS & TYKES Need a space to let your little one run free; at least for an hour? Join us for an hour of organized activities for your little one. Includes coloring time and healthy snack. Parent/guardian participation required.

Ages 3rd- 6th Grade

Ages

2-4 years old

Group Practice Dec. 6 & 13 6:30-8:30pm; PLMS gym

Times

Tues & Fri from 10:30-11:30

Dates

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4

Team Practice Begins Jan 8 at Elem. gym Boys M/W; Girls T/Th 3rd-4th grade 6:30-7:30p 5th-6th grade 7:30-8:30p Games Saturdays Jan13- Feb. 17; no game Jan 27 Cost Resident- $25 Non-Resident- $30 Volunteer HEAD Coach- free

Nov 28- Dec 15 Jan 9-26 Feb 6-23 March 6-23

Where Idaho First Bank basement Cost (each session)* Resident $12 Non-Resident $15 *Sibling Discount $2 off

ELEMENTARY VOLLEYBALL Time again for another awesome season of introductory volleyball skills with MDHS JV coaches. Last 2 Thursdays will be played against Council. Open to girls in grades 3rd-6th. When

April 3-26

Tues & Thurs

5:30-7p

Cost

Residents $20/ Non-Residents $25

Where

Payette Lakes Middle School Gym


Male & Female 3-on-3 league starting this fall. Maximum 4 people per roster. Sign-up by Nov. 3. Team Captains responsible for picking up rules/regulations/rosters. Dates

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A D U LT P R O G R A M S

3-ON-3 BASKETBALL LEAGUE

Nov. 7- Dec.19 Tuesdays; 7:00-9:00pm Where Payette Lakes Middle School Cost

$60/per team; due 1st game

OPEN GYM PICKLEBALL

Join us for an evening or the whole season. 3 courts set up for beginner, recreation and serious players. Need equipment? We have paddles to loan out.

INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE New goals and legal indoor soccer balls (size 5) provided. 6 team maximum; 8 game guarantee. 2 games each Thursday evening. Referees will be provided; winning team takes home a prize. Team Captains are responsible for picking up roster/rules/regulations. Fees must be paid by start of 2nd game. Season Dates November 30- March 22 (no games Dec. 21) Where & When Payette Lake Middle School gym 7:00-9:00pm Cost $100/team; Maximum of 10 players per team

Dates

Mondays; 6:30- 8:30p Feb. 26- April 9 (no gym March 26) Where Elem. school gym

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Cost

$4 at door; $30 for season


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TRIPS & TOURS

BASQUE & BIRDS Join the McCall Parks and Recreation Department and Sharlie’s Community Center for a fantastic day trip to Boise. We start off in the Basque district to learn more about Basque culture and food. Then we head to the Birds of Prey center for a one-of-akind, live fall flight show! When

Friday, October 13 8:00a-8:00p

Where

Pick up and Drop off at Senior Center

Cost

$50; includes travel, lunch and admissions

BOISE JUMP! TOUR What is exactly goes on at the JUMP (Jack’s Urban Meeting Place) building in downtown Boise? Did you know they have a tractor collection, with over 25 antique trackers throughout the building? Let’s go check it out! Afterwards we’ll eat lunch at Cottonwood Grille and run a few Boise errands. When

Wednesday, February 14 8:00a- 6:00p

Where

Pick up and drop off at Senior Center

Cost

$20; includes travel, lunch and admission

SWAN FALLS DAM & CELEBRATION PARK Celebrate the beginning of spring with a trip into warmer country along the Snake River. Our adventure will take us into Idaho’s only archeological park, where we will tour petroglyphs and practice our hand at throwing an adeladle. The tour will take it sights such as Dedication Point and Swan Falls Dam. When

Wednesday, March 21

8:00a- 6:00p

Where Pick up and Drop off at Senior Center Cost

$25; includes travel, lunch and tours

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MCALL RE-MASTERED 2018 15K, 30K, and 45K courses will be set on the 2008 World Masters course in Ponderosa State Park. Date

TBD

Packet Pickup

8:30 am

Race Start Time

10:00am

MCCALL GOLF COURSE PLOWED WINTER TRAILS

Registration Fee TBD This freestyle event is open to all ages. Two aid stations (food, water, and sports drink) available on race course. Post race awards, giveaways, food, and refreshments will begin immediately following the race. Volunteers always needed & appreciated!

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LOANER EQUIPMENT PROGRAM Need to borrow winter recreation equipment? Call us (634-8968) We have: • Youth cross country skis, boots and poles • Kinder shuttle ski sled • Snowshoes

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9 miles of plowed pathways in McCall & 5 miles of plowed trails at the McCall Golf Course. Dogs welcome.


CENTENNIAL PARK BRICKS

L I B R A RY E V E N T S

Purchase an engraved brick to celebrate, commemorate or dedicate. Your brick will serve a legacy in Centennial Park in downtown McCall. Funds are used to maintain the plaza grounds. Order forms are available at City Hall or online (mccall.id.us)

• Story Stop! • Story Time • Tech Tuesdays

Orders done annually; forms due July 31

On Going Programs Ages 0-3 Wednesdays, 10:30-11:30a Ages 3-5 Thursdays, 10:30-11:30a Ages 7+ Tuesdays, 3:30-5:30p After-School Fridays 3:30-5:00p, September-May

• Get Artsy • Let’s Lego • Makerspace

Ages 9+ All ages All ages

2nd Friday 3rd Friday 4th Friday

Winter Special Events & Group Discussions • Let’s Talk About It Wednesdays, 7:00p Jan. 24 Feb. 7 Feb. 21 March 7 March 21

Catcher and the Rye The Grapes of Wrath The Great Gatsby Pudd’nhead Wilson The Wizard of Oz

• Armchair Travelogue Series • Doing Democracy

TBD; check online calendar TBD; check online calendar

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WINTER IDEAS IN MCCALL • Ski/Snowboard • Snowshoe • Build a snow person • Winter Carnival (Jan. 26-Feb. 5) • Attend a City Council meeting • Soak in a hot spring • Host a snowball fight in your yard • Watch fireworks over the lake • Shovel snow for someone who needs it • Take a walk during the full moon • Host backyard gathering around a fire pit & roast marshmallows • Check avalanche report before backcountry adventures

LOCAL RECREATION INFO. Ponderosa State Park

634-2164

Payette National Forest

634-0700

Payette Avalanche Center

634-0400

McCall Winter Sports Club

918-0234

(Registration now open)

Little Ski Hill (Registration starts Oct.1st)

634-5691

Manchester Ice & Event Centre

634-3571

Adaptive Wilderness Sports

315-4275

McCall Nordic Club

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McCall Chamber of Commerce

634-7631

McCall Arts & Humanities

634-7136

(Cabin Fever Series available Nov. 2017)

Yellow Couch Teen Center

634-3020

McCall-Donnelly Schools

634-2161

Fall winter 2017 activity guide