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City of Reno

Parks, Recreation & Community Services 2017 Summer


WELCOME DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE Welcome to summer time in the beautiful Truckee Meadows. The Reno City Council is proud of our stellar reputation for outdoor recreation. Parks are at the core of Reno’s outdoor recreational activities. The City strives for everyone to have easy access to parks and recreation opportunities in sustainable communities. In Reno, parks and recreation enhance the quality of life for all people and we are dedicated to providing the services you’ll find in this brochure. July is recognized as Parks and Recreation Month. We would challenge everyone in Reno to spend time at one of our facilities or parks. Whether at a summer camp, an adult sports league, swimming at Idlewild Pool, Zumba class, enjoying a family picnic, or discovering nature — parks and play go hand in hand. I hope that you have a wonderful summer and hope to see you at one of our facilities. Thank you for your support.

Andy Bass Director of Parks, Recreation & Community Services

RENO RECREATION AND PARKS COMMISSION Commission meetings are held at 6pm on the third Tuesday every month in the board room at McKinley Arts & Culture Center, located at 925 Riverside Drive. Call 334-4282 to receive an agenda or confirm meeting dates. Commission Members: Thomas Petersen, Chair; Erik Scalise, Vice Chair; Nate Daniel; Jaime Edrosa; Deborah Enos; Troy Harsh; David Pritchett; Tom Stille and Gary Taylor.

RENO CITY COUNCIL

Mayor Hillary Schieve

At-Large David Bobzien

Ward 3 Oscar Delgado

Ward 1 Jenny Brekhus

Ward 4 Paul McKenzie

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Ward 2 Naomi Duerr

Ward 5 Vice Mayor Neoma Jardon


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 4

REGISTRATION, SCHOLARSHIPS & LOCATIONS

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

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DANCE

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ACTIVITIES

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ATHLETICS

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FITNESS

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AQUATICS

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INCLUSION/ADAPTIVE

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SENIORS 50+

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PARKS

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RENTABLE FACILITIES

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SPECIAL EVENTS

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ART GALLERIES

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& LOCATIONS

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ARTS, CULTURE AND EVENTS OFFICE 1 E. 1st St., 11th floor Phone: 326-6697, 334-2414 & 334-2055 Fax: 334-2097 Reno.Gov/SpecialEvents • Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

CITY HALL: PARKS AND RECREATION/ADMIN

PARK SHELTER RENTALS 925 Riverside Dr. | Phone: 334-2417 Fax: 334-2598 • Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

PLUMAS GYM 475 Monroe St. | Phone: 334-2262 Available for sports rentals

RENO TENNIS CENTER

1 E. 1st St., 11th floor | Phone: 334-2260 Fax: 334-2449 • Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

2601 Plumas St. | Phone: 689-2975 • See page 13 for information

EVELYN MOUNT NORTHEAST COMMUNITY CENTER | EMNECC

190 E. Liberty St. | Phone: 334-2417 Auditorium available for rentals

1301 Valley Rd. | Phone: 334-2262 Fax: 321-8338 • Building hours: Monday-Thursday 7am-9pm Friday 7am-8pm Saturday & Sunday 9am-3pm • Pool hours: Re-opening Fall 2017

IDLEWILD POOL 1805 Idlewild Dr. | Phone: 334-2267 • Pool hours: Visit Reno.Gov/ParksandRec for up-to-date information

MCKINLEY ARTS AND CULTURE CENTER | MACC 925 Riverside Dr. | Phone: 334-2417 Fax: 334-2598 • Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

NEIL ROAD RECREATION CENTER | NRRC 3925 Neil Rd. | Phone: 689-8484 Fax: 689-8487 • Monday-Friday 9am-10pm • Saturday & Sunday available for events/rentals

NORTHWEST POOL 2925 Apollo Wy. | Phone: 334-2203 • Pool hours: Visit Reno.Gov/ParksandRec for up-to-date information

SOUTHSIDE CULTURAL CENTER

TEGLIA’S PARADISE PARK ACTIVITY CENTER | TPPAC 2745 Elementary Dr. | Phone: 356-3176 Fax: 356-3180 • Monday-Friday 8am-4pm • Saturday & Sunday available for events/rentals

TRANER POOL 1600 Carville Dr. | Phone: 334-2269 • Pool hours: Closed until Summer 2018 (estimated)

URBAN FORESTRY 2055 Idlewild Dr. | Phone: 321-8371 Fax: 334-2471 • Monday-Friday 7am-4pm

CONTACT INFORMATION Recreation Information: 334-2262 City Information: 334-INFO (4636) After-Hours Emergencies: 352-4249 Sign Up for E-Newsletter: Reno.Gov/RenoConnect E-mail: RenoDirect@Reno.Gov Social Media: Reno.Gov/Social Hashtags: #CityofReno | #RenoLens #RenoParksAndRec #BELIEVEReno

REGISTER IN PERSON, PHONE, FAX OR ONLINE Phone: 334-2262 Reno.Gov/ParksandRec • A Household Account form is required • Sierra Kids and youth camps require a Participant Information form • Registration/payment is required in advance, prior to the use of programs, services or facilities. Registration/payment is taken up until the registration deadlines or when a program is full. You can call or download the rules and forms at Reno.Gov/ParksandRec. • Requests for refunds, transfers or credits must be received on the written form by the criteria deadlines. You can call or download the rules and forms at Reno.Gov/ParksandRec. • Some programs have a registration deadline and many fill to capacity. It is advised to register early to ensure your space. Fees are subject to City Council approval and can change.

SCHOLARSHIPS Phone: 334-2260 The City of Reno is committed to providing recreational opportunities to all residents regardless of economic circumstances. For this reason, a limited-fund scholarship program is available to those who qualify. If you have wanted to participate in our senior programs, all-day camps, before-and-after school programs or other qualified activities, but couldn’t because of financial circumstances, we encourage you to apply. Information is kept strictly confidential.

PARKS MAINTENANCE 2055 Idlewild Dr. | Phone: 334-2270 Fax: 334-2471 • Monday-Friday 7am-4pm

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YOUTH PROGRAMS PARK PALS Pat Baker Park - 1851 Montello St.

BICYCLING BEYOND BOUNDS EMNECC | 334-2262

Beginner Bike Camp $100 (includes Vacation Station fee) Taught by the Kiwanis Bike Program League Ages 7+ | Monday-Friday 12-5pm | Free certified instructors, participants will learn how • June 12-16 • July 10-14 to safely ride a bike, ride in a group and other • June 19-23 • July 17-21 safety skills. Bring your own bike and helmet • June 26-30 • July 24-28 or one can be provided for the week. Must • July 3, 5-7 • July 31-Aug 4 sign up in advance , space is limited. VACATION STATION Ages 6+ | 8:30am-12pm • June 19-23 • July 17-21 EMNECC | Plumas Gym Advanced Bike Camp Alice Smith Elementary School $135 (includes Vacation Station fee) Double Diamond Elementary School Rides will occur each morning (Truckee River Bike Path, Peavine, etc.) and the afternoon Vacation Station features group games, will be spent on repair, maintenance and crafts, sports, reading, free time and field tuning of the bike. Must sign up in advance, trips all under the supervision of trained staff. space is limited. Bring your own lunch. Ages 6-12 | Monday-Friday 7am-6pm Ages 9+ | 8:30am-4:30pm $100 per week or $30 per day • June 26-30 • July 24-28 Scholarships available for families that qualify • June 12-16 • July 10-14 MUSIC CAMP • June 19-23 • July 17-21 Southside Cultural Center • June 26-30 • July 24-28 • July 3, 5-7 • July 31-Aug 4 We will explore music and cultures from Vacation Station (Year Round - Starting Aug 7) around the world to build confidence, EMNECC make lasting friendships and develop a Ages 6-12 | Monday-Friday 7am-6pm deeper appreciation for music. We will also $100 per week

Lunch, games and lots of recreational activities at the park.

PERFORMING ARTS CAMP Southside Cultural Center This camp provides an opportunity for kids to explore all aspects of productions such as: singing, dancing, performance and directing. A performance will occur for family and friends, Vacation Station and one at Artown. Ages 8+ | 7am-6pm | $130 • June 12-16 • July 10-14 • June 19-23 • July 17-21 • June 26-30 • July 24-28 • July 3, 5-7

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work with Performing Arts Camp and play background music for the performances. Ages 7+ | 7am-6pm | $130 • June 12-16 • July 10-14 • June 19-23 • July 17-21 • June 26-30 • July 24-28 • July 3, 5-7

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CAMP EMNECC Participants will be introduced to the exciting world of outdoor recreation. Activities include kayaking, fly fishing, hiking, swimming, rock climbing, rafting, outdoor safety and leave no trace. Ages 9+ | 7am-6pm | $130 • June 12-16 • July 10-14 • June 19-23 • July 17-21 • June 26-30 • July 24-28

SIERRA KIDS This quality recreation program provides a safe, supervised environment before and after school for grades K-6. Homework assistance, art, sports, games, reading and science projects are factors in the program. Registration and payment is required by Sunday prior to the week of attendance. Morning - $30 weekly | $10 per day Afternoon - $45 weekly | $15 per day Morning & Afternoon - $75 Weekly Late pick-up: $1 per minute/per child

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DANCE

WESTERN SQUARE DANCE TPPAC | 746-5653

HIP HOP JAZZ EMNECC | 334-2262

Second Tuesday of every month is a beginning class, wear casual attire. Call Carol Wilson for more information.

Students will learn basic and intermediate dance techniques with stretching and conditioning. Loose-fitting clothes are required. Must register prior to first day to participate.

Tuesday 6-8:30pm | $6 per class

TAP DANCE EMNECC | 334-2262 Beginner Adult Tap Ages 13+ | Saturday 9:30-10:30am • Aug 5-26 $32 • Oct 7-28 $32 • Sept 9-30 $32 Senior Tap Ages 50+ | Wednesday 9:30-10:30am • Aug 9-30 $32 • Oct 4-25 $32 • Sept 13-27 $24

URBAN HIP HOP EMNECC | 334-2262 Dancers will learn how to hip hop dance to the most current, upbeat hip hop songs. Must be registered prior to first day to participate. Class has recital opportunities. Ages 8-16 | Monday 6:15-7:15pm • July 10-31 $45 • Sept 11-25 $40 • Aug 7-28 $45 • Oct 2-30 $55

Ages 7-12 | Monday 6-7pm • May 1-June 12* $60 • Sept 11-25 $40 • Aug 7-28 $45 • Oct 2-30 $55

CREATIVE BALLET EMNECC | 334-2262 This class introduces the fundamentals of ballet and creative dance by using imagery, props and basic dance steps. Tights, leotard and ballet shoes are required. Ages 3-6 | Monday 5:15-6pm • May 1-June 12* $60 • Sept 11-25 $40 • Aug 7-28 $45 • Oct 2-30 $55

BELLY DANCE BEGINNER LEVELS I & BEYOND EMNECC | 334-2262

BELLY DANCE INTERMEDIATE: TROUPE JASMINE EMNECC | 334-2262 This class focuses on techniques, combinations, improvisations and expressive performance skills. With skills learned in the beginner classes, you will learn how to apply those skills to develop your own style, while continuing to work within a group. Ages 13+ | Thursday 6-7:15pm $60 per session • Apr 20-May 25 • Sept 21-Oct 26 • Aug 10-Sept 14

BELLY DANCE TROUPE DE LA ROCHE REHEARSAL EMNECC | 334-2262 Troupe is an invitation-only, members professional practice and rehearsal class. Ages 13+ | Thursday 7:15-8:30pm $60 per session • Apr 20-May 25 • Sept 21-Oct 26 • Aug 10-Sept 14

Learn the basic movements and techniques of oriental dance (Raks Sharki) during these graceful art-of-belly-dancing classes. It is important to learn basic foundation techniques before progressing to advanced classes. No prior experience is needed. Ages 13+ | Wednesday 6-7:30pm $60 per session • April 19-May 24 • Sept 20-Oct 25 • Aug 9-Sept 13

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ACTIVITIES

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TAI CHI EMNECC | 334-2262 Cheng Man Ching Yang Style consists of 37 postures also known as Meditation in Motion. This low-impact exercise helps with relaxation, balance and flexibility. Monday 6-7pm | Tuesday and Thursday 1-2pm | $40 per month/$5 per class

JUJITSU EMNECC | 334-2262

TRADITIONAL SHOTOKAN KARATE CLASS EMNECC | 334-2262 These classes teach traditional Japanesestyle karate, using the same training principles as in traditional karate dojos throughout the world.

Adult Karate Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 5:30-7pm $75 per month | Family membership $125 Children’s Karate Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 4-5pm • Ages 4-9 | $55 per month • Ages 10-16 | $65 per month

DanZan Ryu Hawaiian Jujitsu is internationally recognized and teaches effective self-defense. Students practice techniques while developing character and DOG OBEDIENCE ethical principles. New students are required DogManGuy.com | 265-4530 to become members of the American Judo Instructor Guy Yeaman will teach your dog and Jujitsu Federation (AJJF). the basic obedience commands. Each dog AJJF Membership will need a training collar (choke chain, $30 per year for age 15 and younger $60 per year for adults | $15 for seniors (65+) martingale, harness, etc.) and a four-foot to Adult Jujitsu | $60 per month six-foot fabric or leather leash. Written proof • Tuesday & Thursday | 7-9pm of updated dog shots must be shown at the • Saturday | 10am-12pm start of class. Results are guaranteed. Kid’s Jujitsu | $50 per month • Tuesday & Thursday | 6-7pm

QIGONG EMNECC | 997-8608 EmeiQigongReno@Gmail.com These simple, low-impact, and meditative movements will strengthen your natural healing abilities for better health and mental clarity. The first class of every month is dedicated to orientation for beginners. Tuesday 5:30-6:30pm | $5 per month

Ages 8+ for people | 4+ months for dogs • Comstock Park - 1650 Carat Blvd. Saturday | $80 per session • April 22-May 27 9-10am • June 17-July 22 9-10am • July 29-Sept 23 9-10am • Sept 30-Nov 4 10-11am • Nov 11-Dec 16 10-11am • McKinley Arts and Culture Center Saturday 1-2pm| $80 per session • April 22-May 27 • June 17-July 22 • July 29-Sept 23 • Sept 30-Nov 4 • Nov 11-Dec 16

CERAMICS CLASS MACC | 334-2417 The ceramics class is designed to focus on techniques that accommodate novice to advanced students. Mediums include acrylic paints, glazes and translucency. Three Wednesdays a month 9:30am-12pm $45 per month (varies with holidays)

PARADISE PARK COMMUNITY GARDEN TPPAC | 334-1201 Forty-four individual ground plots, six raised beds and two large community garden spaces for use.

$10 for one spot - $15 for two spots Returning gardeners can reserve the same spots

OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES Truckee River Whitewater Park 348-3915

The Whitewater Park features five drop pools over 1,400 feet in the north channel and six pools over 1,200 feet in the south channel. Kayak, raft and tube rentals are available by local concessionaires. As with all river systems, safety precautions should be exercised (i.e. use of personal flotation devices). There is no lifeguard on duty.

FENCING 380 Edison Way - Room #435 Come learn the ancient sport of foil/epee fencing with fencing master Benjamin Korn. Discover the art of offense and defense as you learn to lunge, parry and riposte. Build strategic approaches to a winning game. Develop physical fitness and self confidence in a nurturing and relaxed sporting environment. All equipment provided. Ages 10+ | Tuesday and Thursday 7-8:30pm | $159 monthly

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ATHLETICS

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TENNIS

Reno Tennis Center - 2601 Plumas St. Reno.Gov/Tennis | 689-2975

THE CITY OF RENO OFFERS MANY LEAGUES AND SPORTS ACTIVITIES. TO REGISTER FOR ONE OF THESE LEAGUES, CALL 334-2262 OR DOWNLOAD A SPORTSPECIFIC REGISTRATION FORM FROM RENO.GOV/PARKSANDREC AND SUBMIT IT ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.

Sixteen hard courts and four courts with lighting open year-round. Open play, private and group lessons, court reservations, and racquet stringing are available. Registrations YOUTH HOOPS LEAGUE for tennis programs are only made at the BSundeen@NNSR.Org or NNSR.Org Reno Tennis Center. Summer Camps - Ages 6-17 | $120 per camp Monday-Thursday 9:30am-12:30pm • June 12-15 • July 17-20 • June 19-22 • July 24-27 • June 26-29 • July 31-Aug 3 • July 3-6 • Aug 7-10 • July 10-13 • Aug 14-17 After School Tennis - Ages 5-15 $140 per month | $25 drop-in Two instruction days and one game day. Monday, Wednesday & Friday 4-5:30pm Little Tennis - Ages 3-6 | $50 per camp Smaller courts, slower tennis balls and lighter racquets. Monday & Wednesday 8:45-9:30am • June 12-28 • July 24-Aug 9 • July 3-19 UTSA 10 & Under - Ages 3-10 | $20 drop-in Learn quickly with smaller courts, smaller tennis balls and lighter racquets with the United States Tennis Association (UTSA) program. • Saturday 10am-12pm | $60 per month • Monday, Wednesday & Friday 4-5:30m | $140 per month Alpine Tennis Academy - Ages 10-17 $240 per month | $25 drop-in Designed to develop players to become tournament level competitors. An evaluation is required to be admitted into the program. Monday, Wednesday & Friday 3-5pm Starter Tennis - Ages 7-12 | $100 per month 6 scholarships available and participants must attend each session. Scholarships sponsored by the BLTA. Tuesday-Thursday 4-5:30pm Kids Jamboree - Ages 10 & under | Free event 50 spots available. Must register in advance. Saturday, May 20 1-3pm Adult Camps - $70 per camp Beginners 6-7pm | Intermediate 7-8pm • May 15-31 • Aug 7-23 • June 5-21 • Aug 28-Sept 13 • June 26-July 12 • Sept 18-Oct 4 • July 17-Aug 2 • Oct 9-25 Drill Class - $20 per class 6 person maximum per class. • Tuesday-Friday 6-7:30pm • Saturday 2-3:30pm • Sunday 12:30-2pm & 2-3:30pm Aerobic Tennis - $20 per class 6 person maximum per class. Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9-10:30am

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In partnership with Northern Nevada Sports and Recreation, teams will meet twice a week after 5:30pm during this 9-week program (no weekend games or practices). Practices and games will last an hour. Fee includes team jersey, award and Memory Mate photo. Tuesday & Thursday 5:30pm | $95 • Co-Ed Teams (K-4th) • Boy & Girl Teams (5th/6th-MS) • Registration starts: Mar 7 • League begins: June 5

CO-ED KICKBALL LEAGUE Reno Sports Complex | Idlewild

TUESDAY SPIKING CO-ED VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE Plumas Gym

Registration fee includes 10 league games and a single elimination, post-season tournament for the top 3 teams from each division. Ages 18+ | Tuesday, 6:30pm -11:30pm | $180 • Registration ends: June 19 • League dates: July 25–Sept 26

SUNDAY SPIKING CO-ED VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE Plumas Gym

Registration fee includes 10 league games and a single elimination, post-season tournament for the top three teams from each division. Games start as early as 9am. Ages 18+ | Sunday 9am- 11:30pm | $180

Kickball is officiated by USA certified officials • Registration ends: June 19 and follows USA rules unless otherwise • League dates: July 23-Sept 24 noted. Registration fee includes 10 league games. The five run rule will be used. MEN’S BASKETBALL LEAGUE Ages 18+ Monday or Friday 6:30pm-11:30pm | $380 • Registration ends: June 19 • League dates: July 17-Oct 2

CO-ED AND MEN’S SOFTBALL LEAGUE Reno Sports Complex | Idlewild

Softball is officiated by USA certified officials and follows USA rules unless otherwise noted. Registration fee includes 10 league games, and qualifying teams will play in a single elimination, post-season tournament. The five run rule will be used in all novice leagues.

Plumas Gym | EMNECC

Registration fee includes 10 league games and a single elimination, post-season tournament for qualifying teams.

Ages 18+ Monday-Thursday 6:30pm-11:30pm | $530 • Registration ends: June 19 • League dates: July 24- Oct 13

Ages 18+ Monday-Friday 6:30pm-11:30pm | $555 • Registration ends: June 19 • League dates: July 17- Oct 2

MONDAY NON-SPIKING CO-ED VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE Plumas Gym

Registration fee includes 10 league games, and a single elimination, post-season tournament for the top three teams from each division.

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FITNESS

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EMNECC 1301 Valley Rd | 334-2262

FIT FUTURE GROUP TRAINING EMNECC | 334-2262

EMNECC offers a fully equipped weight room, cable resistance machines, a universal machine, floor mats and swiss balls. There is also a cardio room filled with treadmills, elliptical trainers, stair steppers, training bicycles, locker rooms, a full-sized gymnasium, and a 4-lane lap pool (reopening fall 2017).

One-hour class designed to burn fat, build muscle and increase endurance through body weight resistance, high-intensity interval training, tabata and cardiovascular training.

• Monday-Thursday 7am-9pm • Friday 7am-8pm • Saturday & Sunday 9am-3pm

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Thursdays 12-1pm | $5 per class

JAZZERCISE California Building Jazzercise is an effective, total-body conditioning program that offers a blend of dance and exercise choreographed to your favorite music. Ages 16+ Monday-Wednesday & Friday 9-10am • $65 for 2 months • $90 for 3 months • $36 per month (online option only)

INSPIRE ME MOMMY EMNECC Info@InspireMeMommy.com Building the bond between mother and child for life. Women are encouraged to bring children (ages 0-9 years old) to workouts focusing on total body, core strength and stability post-baby. Email Channell to register. • Fridays 11:30am-1pm • Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:30-11:30am • $20 drop in • $120 monthly (2x per week) • $70 monthly (1x per week)

TRADITIONAL YOGA EMNECC Karen_Hairfield@sbcglobal.net Students must have taken yoga and have knowledge of postures. This yoga class will practice on the ananas, breathing techniques, meditation and relaxation through Yoga Nidra. • Tuesdays & Thursdays 5-6pm $15 per class | $70 per month • Wednesdays 12:30 - 1:30pm $15 per class

PERSONAL TRAINING EMNECC | 813-2930 Fit 2 You personal training is a one-on-one program that will help you get started on a lifestyle designed to keep you fit and healthy. Schedule an appointment | $30 Per Hour

SHAPE UP RENO Reno.Gov/ShapeUpReno Shape up Reno is a FREE fitness series offered to the public.

Double Diamond Athletic Club 9400 Double Diamond Pkwy. • Gentle Yoga | Monday 6:30-7:30pm • Body Pump | Wednesday 4:30-5:30pm Sports West Athletic Club 1575 S. Virginia St. • Blast & Balance | Thursdays 5:30pm Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center 1301 Valley Dr. • Bootcamp w/Jon Benitez and Channell Holmgren | Tuesdays 12-1pm

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AQUATICS

NOW HIRING

CERTIFIED LIFEGUARDS AND SWIM INSTRUCTORS (TRAINING PROVIDED). APPLY AT RENO.GOV/JOBS. PLEASE VISIT RENO.GOV/PARKSANDREC FOR UP-TO-DATE SCHEDULES AND INFORMATION.

WATER BABIES Idlewild Pool | Northwest Pool

LAP SWIM Idlewild Pool | Northwest Pool

This parent-assisted program helps small children become accustomed to the water while in the familiar hands of a parent. Ages 6 months-2 years old.

Lap Swim offers individual lap lanes intended for exercise inclusive to any age and all skill levels. Lap swimmers are welcome to use any available equipment offered at each aquatics facility. Lap lanes may be limited; participants are encouraged to practice proper lane etiquette.

TINY TOTS Idlewild Pool | Northwest Pool Certified American Red Cross instruction begins with basic physical and mental adjustment, basic safety and water skills using play as the primary form of teaching. This class does not teach children to be accomplished swimmers, but develops a comfort in the water. Ages 3-5 years old.

LEARN TO SWIM Idlewild Pool | Northwest Pool Students will be introduced to the fundamentals and techniques of basic swimming. Advanced students will refine the skills presented in previous lessons. This course is broken out into six levels of progressive instruction. Ages six years and up with an eight student-to-instructor ratio.

WATER FITNESS Northwest Pool Buoyancy takes the impact off leg joints allowing exercises to improve muscular strength, balance and fitness levels. Get high-impact results from a low-impact water workout. No swimming skills are required.

ADULT SWIM CLINIC Idlewild Pool Participants must be 15 years of age or older. Instructors work with participants to identify goals for success and design the course for goal completion.

OPEN SWIM Idlewild Pool | Northwest Pool Bring the kids and splash around in the pool at Open Swim.

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PRIVATE/SEMI-PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS Idlewild Pool | Northwest Pool Private lessons taught by Red Cross Certified WSI Instructors are available. Whether you need to improve your stroke or are completely afraid of the water, we can help you. Private lessons are 30 minutes and cost $30 for one student. Semi-private lessons available for 2-3 students at $55.

RIVER OTTERS Idlewild Pool River Otters is a pre-competitive swim team that develops all four competitive strokes (backstroke, breast stroke, butterfly and freestyle), starts, turns and building endurance to prepare them for a competitive swim team. The pre-requisite for this class is passing Learn to Swim level 5. The student to instructor ratio is 8 - 1. Minimum enrollment of 5 participants is required for the class to occur.

PRIVATE POOL RENTAL Idlewild Pool | Northwest Pool Call the specific pool for more information or to schedule.


EVELYN MOUNT NORTHEAST COMMUNITY CENTER POOL Indoor pool - closed for repairs (775) 334-2262 1301 Valley Rd., Reno, NV 89512 Hours: re-opening Fall 2017 (estimated) Main Pool: 4 lanes | 25 yards Depth: 3 feet to 5 feet Gallons: 71,125 Special Equipment: automatic pool lift (ADA) and easy access stairs

IDLEWILD POOL Outdoor pool - seasonal (775) 334-2267 1805 Idlewild Dr., Reno, NV 89509 Hours: Visit Reno.Gov/ParksandRec for up-to-date information Main Pool: 8 lanes | 50 yards Depth: 3.5 feet to 10 feet Gallons: 500,000 Training Pool: 30x60 feet with 2 15-foot alcoves Depth: 0 inches to 2.5 feet Gallons: 36,000 Special Equipment: 2 1-meter diving boards, water polo area and automatic pool lifts (ADA)

NORTHWEST POOL Indoor pool (775) 334-2203 2925 Apollo Wy., Reno, NV 89503 Hours: Visit Reno.Gov/ParksandRec for up-to-date information Main Pool: 8 lanes | 25 yards Depth: 3.5 feet to 10 feet Gallons: 193,250 Training Pool: 30x60 feet Depth: 4 inches to 2.5 feet Gallons: 26,400 Special Equipment: automatic pool lifts (ADA) and easy access stairs

TRANER POOL Outdoor pool - closed for repairs (775) 334-2269 1600 Carville Dr., Reno, NV 89512 Hours: re-opening Summer 2018 (estimated) Main Pool: 8 lanes | 25 yards Depth: 3.5 feet to 10 feet Gallons: 168,300 Special Equipment: water playground with 8 elements, water slide (double flume), and automatic pool lift (ADA) 2015-2016 Fire 2017 Department Summer Community Parks & Recreation Report 1717


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INCLUSION/ ADAPTIVE

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REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. RENO.GOV/ADAPTIVE OR CALL 333-7765 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

ADAPTIVE CONNECT This newsletter is the best way to stay current with upcoming events, sports, social programs and area resources. Go to Reno.Gov/Adaptive or call to receive a newsletter.

ADAPTIVE EQUIPMENT RENTAL PROGRAM Our adaptive recreation equipment is available to rent (sport wheelchairs, beach wheelchairs, hand cycles, etc.). Affordable prices for participants to try before they buy.

WHEELCHAIR RUGBY TOURNAMENT This is an annual wheelchair rugby tournament which will compete with teams from the United States Quad Rugby Association (USQRA) during these fun-filled weekends. • NRRC | Aug 25-27 • Plumas Gym | Oct 27-29

WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL PRACTICES Plumas Gym

MARK WELLMAN ADVENTURE DAY AT SPARKS MARINA 300 Howard Dr. | 353-7815 ShNelson@CityOfSparks.us A kayaking seminar will be featured and adaptive rock climbing, adaptive sailing and hand cycles will be available to try. Bring your bathing suit and sunblock to this free event. Call Shauna Nelson or email for more information. • Aug 20 10am-2pm

VETERAN PROGRAMS

Are you interested in the extreme challenge R4 Alliance of wheelchair basketball? Wheelchair R4 Alliance is a membership of nationally basketball is a sport for everyone, people recognized programs that provide Providing accommodations to those with who use wheelchairs for mobility and people therapeutic and community-based disabilities to participate in leisure and who don’t. recreation services to veterans and their recreation programs, classes, and services. Aug-Dec family members. The City of Reno is To participate in a program, contact Inclusion • Saturdays 3:30-6pm honored to be recognized for providing Services a minimum of five business days the first municipal program to be invited prior to the program. Hearing impaired TOUR DE NEZ ADAPTIVE into their membership. individuals can use Nevada Relay by dialing CYCLING COMPETITION Project HERO City of Reno 711 for assistance. Project HERO (Healing Exercise TourDeNez.com Rehabilitation Opportunity) provides OUT AND ABOUT Since 2006, some of the strongest athletes training and supports cycling programs at the Tour de Nez have cycled on three The Out and About community program at military hospitals, Army Transition wheels and pedaled their bikes with raceis geared for young adults 15 years and Units, Marine Wounded Warrior Units and hardened arms. This year’s event will up with disabilities and their caregivers/ Veterans Affairs locations to help healing include a 14-mile time trial (2 7-mile laps). companions. Join us for bowling, cooking, heroes. Find us on Facebook - Project This friendly event is for riders of all abilities golfing, fishing, field trips and more. HERO City of Reno. with past participation ranging from first time Fit But Not Forgotten racers to Paralympic team members. U.S. PARALYMPICS The Fit But Not Forgotten program offers • Cold Springs | Friday, June 9 weekly fitness classes in our facility Paralympic Sport Reno is a community• Downtown Reno | Saturday, June 10 weight room covering equipment, fitness based sports club developed to involve level assessment, strength development youth and adults with a physical and/ NORTHERN CALIFORNIA/ techniques, endurance and flexibility and or visual disabilities. A division of the NEVADA ADAPTIVE CYCLING fitness goal discussion. Upon completion U.S. Olympic Committee is dedicated to SERIES of four classes, participants will be eligible becoming the world leader in the Paralympic for a free all-inclusive one year facility sports movement and to promoting the lives Join us while we cycle various locations in membership. This program is funded from of people with physical disabilities. Follow us Northern California and Nevada throughout a grant provided by the Department of the summer and fall. Each ride will offer on Facebook.com/ParalympicSportReno. Veterans Affairs, Adaptive Sports Grant. routes of varying distances for beginner to • Thursday 5:30-6:30pm advanced. WHEELCHAIR RUGBY

ACCESS FOR ALL

PRACTICES EMNECC

Wheelchair or quad rugby is a fast-paced and competitive sport for people with physical disabilities. Players use special “rugby wheelchairs” and must be able to push their own wheelchairs. Aug-Dec • Tuesday & Thursday 2-5pm • Saturday 12-3pm

• June 11 | Reno, NV April Wolfe - City of Reno 775-333-7765 or WolfeA@Reno.Gov • July 22 | Berkeley, CA Greg Milano - Bay Area Outreach Program 510-848-2930 or Cycling@Borp.Org • TBD | Chico, CA Chuck Nadeau - Ability First Sports Chico 530-588-0335 or Chuck@AbilityFirstSports.Org

• Friday 10-11am

Military Sports Camp The City of Reno will host 15 disabled veterans and injured service members with their spouse/guest for a multiday event. There is no cost to military servicemen or women and their guest. Registration preferences will be given to Nevada Service Members and residents. Sept 13-17

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SENIOR CONNECT NEWSLETTER ZUMBA GOLD 657-4602 | SeniorServices@Reno.Gov TPPAC | 356-3176 Stay connected and learn about upcoming classes and events by picking up a copy each month at any of the City of Reno facilities. Call or email to have a copy mailed to you.

SENIOR COMPUTER CLASSES NRRC | 689-8484 Learn computer skills and bring the world to your fingertips. Classes meet three times each month. Preregistration is required. Open Lab $20 per month (only the first full week of the month) • Every Thursday 12-2pm • Monday, Wednesday & Friday once a month Computer Essentials Made Simple $20 per month • Monday, Wednesday & Friday 9:30am Digital Photo Editing $15 per month • Tuesday & Thursday 9:30am (quarterly)

With zesty Latin rhythms, tone and sculpt the body in an energizing cardio workout. This gentle class approaches fundamental Classes are hosted by Patricia and Shannon stretches in an easy to follow class. Mats, Gallimore of G-Fusion Fitness and Health. blankets and blocks are available on a $10 per month first-come, first-served basis. For more • Monday 5:30-6:30pm information, contact Pam Pearson. • Thursday 10-11am

CHAIR VOLLEYBALL TPPAC | 356-3176

SENIOR LUNCH PROGRAM NRRC | 689-8484

CHAIR YOGA EMNECC | NRRC | 303-2845

Seniors can enjoy a hot meal or a fresh salad for lunch. Salads and hot meals must be ordered a day in advance. Additional eligibility information applies.

Friday 1-3pm | Drop in $1

This course teaches yoga poses and postures focusing on gentle movement from a chair or standing beside a chair. $8 per month, per location • EMNECC | Wednesday 1:30-2:15pm • Neil Road Recreation Center 10-10:45am

HEALTH, WELLNESS & YOU TPPAC | 356-3176

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This is a quarterly event. Drop in and discuss your health and wellness concerns with usefual tips and information. View monthly Senior Connect Newsletter or call for more information. Lunch is included but please RSVP for attendance.

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Tuesday (Every Quarter) 11am-12:30pm Drop-in $1

Travel to a different regional destination each month. Call for more information or RENO SENIOR DANCE CLUB view the monthly Senior Connect newsletter. NRRC | 689-8484

DINNER AND A SHOW Twice a month, seniors gather to tango, 657-4602 | SeniorServices@Reno.Gov waltz and swing. Refreshments are Price includes both dinner and show tickets. Call for information or view the monthly Senior Connect newsletter. Prices vary.

Monday, Wednesday & Friday $30 per month • Neil Road Recreation Center | 10-11am • EMNECC | 12-1pm

This new sport is sweeping the country! A fun way to get some healthy exercise.

BRUNCH AND A MOVIE Eldorado Casino | 345 N. Virginia St. First Thursday of each month 9:30am $20 per month

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provided.

Second and fourth Sunday 2-5pm $5 per dance

Monday-Friday 11:30am Suggested donation of $2 | $4 for non-seniors

BOWLING High Sierra Lanes - 3390 S. Virginia St. Bowl with your friends or make new ones by bowling for fun! This is not a league. Wednesday 1-4pm $7.50 | 3 games (shoe rental included)

THE VOICES EMNECC | 657-4602 Join our group of people who love to sing and perform a variety of genres of music and all invitations to sing at various events. Second and fourth Tuesday of each month 12pm-3pm | Free

BEANBAG BASEBALL PRACTICE TPPAC | NRRC We are looking for some enthusiastic players to represent our facilities. If you are interested, come to practice and show off your skills. • Teglia’s Paradise Park | Drop in $1 • Tuesday 1pm-3:30pm • Friday 10am-12:30pm • Neil Road Recreation Center | Drop in $1 • Monday & Friday 1:30-3:30pm

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NON-SITE SPECIFIC| 657-4602 Paid Activities • Brunch & Movie | 1st Thursday 9:30am • Reno Travelers | 3rd Thursday (times vary)

NEIL ROAD RECREATION CENTER|NRRC Drop-in Activities $1.00 • Basic Bridge | Tuesday 1pm • Bean Bag Baseball | Monday & Friday 1:30pm • Bingo | Friday 1pm • Book Club | 4th Thursday of every month 10am • Conversation Cafe | Tuesday 9:30am • Cribbage | Monday 1pm • Dominoes | 2nd Thursday 1pm • Minnesota | Monday & Thursday 1pm • Pickleball (Beginner) | Wednesday & Friday 11:30pm • Pickleball (Drills & Skills) | Wednesday 4:45pm • Pickleball (Recreation) | Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 1:30pm • Pickleball (Recreation) | Tuesday 9am • Pinochle | Monday & Friday 1pm • This-N-That Exchange | Tuesday 1pm Paid Activities • Badminton | Monday & Wednesday 7pm • Cardio/Fitness Room | Senior $1.00 - Adult $2.00 - Youth $1.50 • Chair Yoga | Thursday 10am • Computer Essentials Made Simple | Monday, Wednesday & Friday (one week a month) 9:30am • Digital Photo Editing | Tuesday & Thursday (quarterly) 9:30am • Guided Craft Corner | Monday 1-4pm | $5 scholarships apply • Karoake | 1st Friday of the month 4-7pm $3.00 • Open Gym | Senior $1.00 - Adult $2.00 - Youth $1.00 • Open Lab | Every Thursday 12pm / Monday, Wednesday & Friday (once a month) $5 • Senior Mat Yoga | Monday, Wednesday & Friday 10am • Senior Dance | 2nd & 4th Sunday 2pm • Table Tennis | Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 7pm Social Services • Bread Drop | Tuesday 12pm • Senior Lunches | Monday-Friday 11:30am

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EVELYN MOUNT NORTHEAST COMMUNITY CENTER|EMNECC Drop-in Activities $1.00 • Ballroom Dance | Tuesday & Friday 2pm & 6pm • Bridge | Tuesday 9am & Fridays 1pm • Cribbage | Thursday 1pm • Pickleball | Schedules vary • Sit and Get Fit | Tuesday & Thursday 10am • Super Seniors | Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 8:30am Paid Activities • Chair Yoga | Wednesday 1:30pm | $8 per month • Senior Yoga | Monday, Wednesday & Friday 12pm | $30 per month • Senior Tap | Wednesday 9:30am | $32-40 per month Volunteer/Free • Crochet Circle | Monday 10am • Volunteer Crochet and Knitting Group | Every Monday (except holidays) and every 3rd & 4th Thursday 10am-12pm

TEGLIA’S PARADISE PARK ACTIVITY CENTER|TPPAC Drop-in Activities $1.00 • Bean Bag Baseball | Tuesday 1-4pm & Friday 10am-1pm • Bingo | Every 3rd Wednesday • Birthday Party | Every 3 months quarterly on the 3rd Wednesday • Board Game Day | Wednesday 10am-3pm • Bunco | Thursday 12:15pm • Health, Wellness and You | Quarterly event: Tuesday 11am-12:30pm • Intermediate Bridge | Wednesday 10am • Pinochle | Monday & Wednesday 10am • Sit and Get Fit | Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8:30am • Sunshine Quilters | Monday 1-4pm Paid Activities • Zumba Gold | Monday 5:30-6:30pm & Thursday 10-11am $10 per month Social Services • Blood Pressure | 1st Tuesday 11am • Bread Drop | Tuesday 10am


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PARKS

Pat Baker Park

Teglia’s Paradise Park

Mira Loma Park

Bicentennial Park-10 Ralston St.

City Plaza-30 N. Virginia St.

Water Play Toys

Exercise Court

Lake/Pond/River

City Center Plaza-4th & Center St.

Fulton Corner-1st St. & Arlington Ave.

Powning Veterans Memorial Park-150 S. Virginia St.

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Truckee River Whitewater Park-W. 1st St. & Arlington Ave.

West Street Plaza-220 W. 1st St. Wingfield Park-2 S. Arlington Ave.

Barbecue

Tables/Benches

Bicycle Path

Trails

Pathway

Volleyball

Horseshoe Court

Baseball/Softball

Soccer/Football

Picnic Shelter

Playground

Basketball Court

Tennis Court

Barbara Bennett Park-400 Island Ave.*

Restrooms

DOWNTOWN

Rentable Shelters

PARK SHELTER RENTALS: 334-2417 | CALL: MONDAY-FRIDAY 8AM-5PM PARKS ARE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK: OCT 1-MAR 31 6AM-7PM* & APR 1-SEPT 30 5AM-10PM*

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Each shelter can accommodate 50-200 people and comes with picnic tables and a barbecue. Please note that these amenities are not reserved as part of a picnic shelter permit. Playgrounds, tennis, volleyball and basketball courts, horseshoe pits, and skate parks are normally open to the public at large. A beer and wine permit is required ($50) if these beverages will be consumed at your event. Reno.Gov/Fire 334-INFO334-INFO (4636) 2626Reno.Gov/ParksandRec


Evans Park-200 E. 9th St.

Melody Lane Park-2370 Scottsdale Rd.

Rotary Centennial Park-1265 Hillboro St.

Sage Street Park-790 Sage St.

Sterling Village Tot Lot-760 Winston Dr.

Rentable Shelter: Capacity: 50 $85

Teglia’s Paradise Park-2745 Elementary Dr.*

Rentable Shelter: Pavilion-Capacity 50 $85 | Shelter-Capacity: 100 $120

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Pat Baker Park-1910 Bishop St.*

Water Play Toys

Eighth Street Parkway-455 E. 8th St.

Exercise Court

Lake/Pond/River

Barbecue

Tables/Benches

Basketball Court

Bicycle Path

Tennis Court

Trails

Baseball/Softball

Pathway

Soccer/Football

Volleyball

Playground

Horseshoe Court

Picnic Shelter

Rentable Shelter: Capacity: 100 $100

Restrooms

Dick Taylor Memorial Park-1140 Beech St.*

Rentable Shelters

NORTHEAST

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Traner Pool-1600 Carville Dr.

University Ridge Park-990 S. University Park Loop

NORTHWEST Canyon Creek Park-1485 Robb Dr.* Rentable Shelter: Capacity: 50 | $85

Hilltop Park-3950 Buckingham Square Blvd.

Irving Circle Park-85 Irving Park Cir. Lake Park-40 Coleman Dr.

Las Brisas Park-5950 Las Brisas Blvd.* Rentable Shelter: Capacity: 100 | $100

Lunsford Park-Riverside Dr. at Jones St.

McKinley Park-925 Riverside Dr.

Northgate Park-6450 Moonridge Ter. Rentable Shelter: Capacity: 50 | $85

Northwest Park-2775 Apollo Wy.

Oxbow Nature Study Area-3100 Dickerson Rd.*

Peavine Fields-825 Wyoming Ave.

Rainbow Ridge Park-1355 Rainbow Ridge Rd.

Reno Sports Complex-2975 N. Virginia St.

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Seminary Park-1101 Sierra St.

Sierra Vista Park-1111 Clubhouse Dr.

Open after new trails constructed during Summer 2017

Sky Country Park-3290 Snake River Dr.

Somersett East Park-1900 Park Hollow Ct.

Terrace Sports Complex-2525 Robb Dr.

Valley Wood Park-6555 Valley Wood Dr.

Rentable Shelter: Capacity: 100 | $100

Riverside Drive Park-650 Riverside Dr.

Whitaker Park (Dog Park)-550 University Ter.*

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*Year-round restrooms; all others open late April-Early Oct. (weather permitting) and close one hour before parks close Adopt-a-Park Get involved in the community in a way that develops pride and appreciation through stewardship. Call 851-5185 and adopt a park in your neighborhood today. 2015-2016 Fire 2017 Department Summer Community Parks & Recreation Report 2727


Barbecue

Water Play Toys

Tables/Benches

Bicycle Path

Volleyball

Trails

Horseshoe Court

Pathway

Basketball Court

Tennis Court

Exercise Court

Raleigh Heights Park-825 Burgess Pl.

Rentable Shelter: Capacity: 50 | $85

Panther Valley Park-850 Link Ln.* Silver Lake Park-8755 Red Baron Blvd.

Lake/Pond/River

Mayors Park & Fields-12000 Mt. Charleston St.

Baseball/Softball

Soccer/Football

Playground

Picnic Shelter

Dorothy McAlinden Park-12000 Mt. Charleston St.

Restrooms

Rentable Shelters

NORTH VALLEYS

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SOUTHEAST Brodhead Park-5 S. Park St. Center Creek Park-1595 Wilbur May Pkwy.

Cyan Park-2121 Long Meadow Dr.

Damonte Ranch Park-1950 Steamboat Pkwy.*

Comstock Park-1650 Carat Blvd.

Rentable Shelter: Capacity: 50 | $85**

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Donner Party Park-4385 Loreto Ln. Double Diamond Park-9100 Wilbur May Pkwy.

Evergreen Park-9555 Evergreen Dr.

Fisherman’s Park I and II-495 Galletti Wy.

Governor’s Bowl Park-1498 East 7th St.

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Holcomb Historic Site-1005 Holcomb Ave. Horizon View Park-9675 Wilbur May Pkwy. Huffaker Park and Trail-1160 E. Huffaker Ln. Rentable Shelter: Capacity: 50 | $85

Jamaica Park-1000 Jamaica Ave.

John Champion Park-957 Kuenzli St. •

Mira Loma Park-3000 S. McCarran Blvd.*

Pickett Park-250 Kirman Ave.*

Rentable Shelter: Capacity: 100 | $100

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Miguel Ribera Park-3925 Neil Rd.

Rentable Shelter: Capacity: 200 | $150

Liston Park-1635 Yori Ave. Rentable Shelter: Capacity: 200 | $120

Reggie Road Pathway-Reggie Rd./Sierra Madre Dr.

Stewart Park-400 Stewart St.

Wilkinson Park-1201 E. Taylor St.

Yori Park-2800 Yori Wy.*

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Each shelter can accommodate 50-200 people and comes with picnic tables and a barbecue. Please note that these amenities are not reserved as part of a picnic shelter permit. Playgrounds, tennis, volleyball and basketball courts, horseshoe pits, and skate parks are normally open to the public at large. A beer and wine permit is required ($50) if these beverages will be consumed at your event. Reno.Gov/Fire 334-INFO334-INFO (4636) 2828Reno.Gov/ParksandRec


Crystal Lake Park-1190 Country Estates Cir.

Water Play Toys

Exercise Court

Lake/Pond/River

Crissie Caughlin Park-3415 Idlewild Dr.*

Tables/Benches

Bicycle Path

Trails

Pathway

Volleyball

Horseshoe Court

Basketball Court

Tennis Court

Baseball/Softball

Soccer/Football

Barbecue

Caughlin Crest Park-3851 Cashill Blvd.

Playground

Picnic Shelter

SOUTHWEST

Restrooms

Rentable Shelters

Dick Taylor Memorial Park

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Horseman’s Park-2800 Pioneer Dr.

Idlewild Park-1900 Idlewild Dr.*

Rentable Shelter: Rose Garden - Capacity: 100 | $85 for 2 hrs Snowflake - Capacity: 200 | $150 Terrace - Capacity: 200 | $120

Idlewild Park Train - Open on weekends 11am-3pm | Open on Memorial Day and Labor Day Beginning Memorial Day weekend: Open Tuesday-Friday 11am-3pm and Saturday & Sunday 11am-6pm After Labor Day: Open only on weekends 11am-3pm until Oct 1 Ivan Sack Park-3005 Idlewild Dr.

Jack Tighe Memorial Fields-325 Burris Ln. Manzanita Park-630 Manzanita Ln.

Rentable Shelter: Capacity: 100 | $100

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Mary Gojack Park-3100 Skyline Blvd.

Moana Springs Recreation Complex-240 W. Moana Ln.

Newlands Park-700 California Ave.

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Reno Tennis Center-2601 Plumas St.*

Robinhood Park-800 Robinhood Dr.

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Village Green Park-4785 Village Green Pkwy.

Wheatland Park-990 Wheatland Rd.

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Summit Ridge Park-4560 Summit Ridge Dr.

Rentable Shelter: Capacity: 100 | $100

Schiappacasse Park-3945 Riverhaven Dr.

Virginia Lake Park (Dog Park) - 1980 Lakeside Dr.*

Plumas Park & Gym-475 Monroe St.*

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*Year-round restrooms; all others open late April-Early Oct. (weather permitting) and close one hour before parks close Adopt-a-Park Get involved in the community in a way that develops pride and appreciation through stewardship. Call 851-5185 and adopt a park in your neighborhood today. 2015-2016 Fire 2017 Department Summer Community Parks & Recreation Report 2929


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RENTABLE FACILITIES VISIT RENO.GOV/PARKSANDREC FOR MORE FACILITY RENTAL INFORMATION. USES/QUARTERLY RENTAL DISCOUNTS: 10-24 WITH 10% | 25-49 WITH 15% | 50+ WITH 20%

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Southside Cultural Center

CALIFORNIA BUILDING 75 Cowan Dr. | 334-2417 The Spanish-style architecture, reminiscent of the early California missions, distinguishes this popular facility which hosts numerous cultural and special events.Options include use of entire facility, kitchen, restrooms, twenty 6’ rectangular tables, twenty 5’ round tables, 250 folding metal chairs, alcohol permit and patio. Tables and chairs are indoor use only. Rental Fees: • Building: Capacity-250 | $75/hr • Patio: Capacity-100 | $100/day • Rose Garden: $85 for two hours Wedding/Party Package: $700 for eight hours and $75 for each additional hour | Requirement: $1,000 refundable security deposit.

EVELYN MOUNT NORTHEAST COMMUNITY CENTER | EMNECC 1301 Valley Rd. | 334-2262 40,000 square foot facility provides rental rooms for meetings of any size and family events. Includes 6’ rectangular tables and folding chairs for indoor use.

Rental Fees: • Gym: Capacity-300 | $45/hr 30 tables | 250 chairs • Small Meeting Room: Capacity-20 | $10/hr • Large Meeting Room: Capacity-30 | $20/hr • Dance Room: Capacity-30 | $30/hr • Tuscarora: Capacity-80 | $30/hr • Pool: Capacity-100 | $70/hr Closed until Fall 2017

WEST STREET MARKET 148 West St. | 334-2414 A unique gathering place centered around food, shopping and entertainment. Urban market with ecofriendly themes. Includes alcohol and sound permit.

TPPAC

MCKINLEY ARTS AND CULTURE CENTER | MACC 925 Riverside Dr. | 334-2417 This 1910 historic building provides arts and craft workshops for local nonprofit art organizations. Part of the Truckee River Arts and Culture district, rooms are available for rent by tenants and outside culture groups. Options include use of auditorium, stage, restrooms, foyer, twenty 6’ rectangular tables, twenty 5’ round tables, 160 chairs, kitchen and courtyard. Tables and chairs are indoor use only. Rental Fees: • Auditorium-rehearsal: $50/hr • Auditorium-performance: $75/hr • Auditorium-other use: $100/hr • Boardroom: $50/hr Wedding/Party Package: $800 for eight hours, includes auditorium, stage, restrooms, foyer, kitchen and courtyard. Requirement: $1,000 refundable security deposit.

NEIL ROAD RECREATION CENTER | NRRC 3925 Neil Rd. | 689-8484 The center is located in a campus-like setting with a rentable shelter at Miguel Ribera Park and can be rented in conjunction with the building for an additional fee. Includes 6’ rectangular tables and folding chairs for indoor use. Rental Fees: • Gym-Full Court: Capacity-350 | $45/hr 30 tables | 250 chairs • Gym-Half Court: Capacity-175 | $30/hr • Stage Area: Capacity-100 | $30/hr • Stage and Gym: Capacity-450 | $75/hr • Stage, Meeting Room and Gym: Capacity-550 | $115/hr

PLUMAS GYM 475 Monroe St. | 334-2262 Sports rental only. Hardwood court for basketball (six hoops) or volleyball with bleacher seating. Tables and chairs are not available. Food and drinks are not allowed in the gym. Rental Fees: Capacity-350 | $45/hr

SOUTHSIDE CULTURAL CENTER 190 E. Liberty St. | 334-2417 Former Southside School includes an auditorium for rehearsals, performances, lectures, concerts and special events. Options include ten 6’ regtangular tables, ten 5’ round tables and 80 chairs for indoor use. Rental Fees: • Auditorium-rehearsal or other use: Capacity: 150 | $50/hr • Auditorium-performance: Capacity: 150 | $75/hr

TEGLIA’S PARADISE PARK ACTIVITY CENTER | TPPAC 2745 Elementary Dr. | 356-3176 Situated near the Paradise Park pond, this facility has acres of open space, a community garden, play areas and walking trails. Includes a kitchen, large multi-purpose room, 5’ round tables, 6’ rectangular tables and 100 folding chairs for indoor use. Rental Fees: Capacity: 85 | $45/hr $150 for eight hours

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Brandon Collins

Brent Busboom

Sculpture Fest

Hot August Nights

Reno Rodeo

SPECIAL EVENTS Susan Koppel

THE CITY OF RENO’S ARTS, CULTURE AND SPECIAL EVENTS OFFICE WORKS TO GROW RENO’S CURRENT TOURISM BASE, ATTRACT NEW VISITORS AND ENCOURAGE COMMUNITY EVENTS THAT ADD TO THE LOCAL QUALITY OF LIFE.

Artown Reno.Gov/Fire 334-INFO334-INFO (4636) 3232Reno.Gov/ParksandRec

Nevada Humane Society’s Duck Race and Festival

National Championship Air Races


Neil Lockhart

The Great Reno Balloon Race

AUG

MAY 6 9

Race for Nevada’s Children Reno 150 Kickoff Event

12-14

Reno Sculpture Fest

13-14

Reno River Festival Reno Street Foods Every Friday Hot August Nights Spring Fever Revival

19-Sept 29 19-20 20

Jog with your Dog

JUNE 2-3 2-4 1-Aug 30 10 15-24

Reno-Tahoe Odyssey Relay Run Adventure Street Vibrations Spring Rally Feed the Camel Every Wednesday The Mighty Tour De Nez Reno Rodeo

JULY 1-31

Artown

1-Sept 30

Creativity on the River

4

4th of July in Wingfield

15

Reno Basque Festival

27

Midtown Art Walk

29

Compression! Art and Fire

8-13

Hot August Nights

13

Reno 10-Miler and Relay

19-20

Reno Art Fest

20

Nevada Humane Society’s Duck Race and Festival

26

Reno Aloha Festival

SEPT 8-10 13-17 27-Oct 1

The Great Reno Balloon Race National Championship Air Races Street Vibrations Fall Rally

Riverwalk Merchants Association (RWMA) Wine Walks 3rd Saturday of every month Reno.Gov/Get-Involved/City-OfReno-Calendar Visit for up-to-date information

The Arts, Culture and Events office works to market the City’s cultural assets to a worldwide audience and to promote high-quality, free and affordable cultural programs for residents and visitors. A special event permit is required for the following: (1) Any planned gathering of 75 or more people for purposes of assembling or traveling in an organized manner on any street, park or other public property; or (2) Any planned activity conducted by a person for a common or collective use, purpose or benefit which directly or indirectly involves the use of, and has an impact on, city street(s), park(s) or other public property or facilities which reasonably requires city management, regulation or resources to protect the health, safety, welfare or property of the city or its residents, coordinate multiple uses of public property, control traffic or address other substantial governmental interests at or around the activity. Examples of special events include, but are not limited to: (a) Parades (b) Street fairs and festivals (c) Live commercial music events (d) Athletic or sporting events (e.g., races, runs) (e) Circuses and carnivals (f) Community celebrations and observances (g) Commercial shows, trade shows, and business promotions (h) Commercial, promotional or fundraising activities. If you are interested in putting on a special event please contact the City of Reno’s Arts, Culture and Special Events Office located at City Hall on the 11th Floor. The phone is 334-2055, 326-6697 and 334-2414; the fax is 334-2097. You can find more information about upcoming events and road closures at: Reno.Gov/SpecialEvents.

2015-2016 Fire 2017 Department Summer Community Parks & Recreation Report 3333


ART GALLERIES METRO GALLERY - CITY HALL 1 EAST 1ST STREET | GALLERY EAST/WEST - MCKINLEY ARTS & CULTURE CENTER

MAY 1-JUNE 16

ROBERT ROLLINS METRO GALLERY

WILL BARBER

GALLERY EAST

JENNIFER REYES

JUNE 26-AUG 11

GALLERY WEST

PETER HAZEL

METRO GALLERY

CAROLE RICKETTS

GALLERY EAST

LISA JEFFERSON

GALLERY WEST

PETER RUPRECHT

AUG 21-OCT 6

METRO GALLERY

BRUCE CLARK GALLERY EAST

JESSICA ALAZRAKI

OCT 16-DEC 1

GALLERY WEST

LISA FLOWERS ROSS

METRO GALLERY

Reno.Gov/Fire 334-INFO334-INFO (4636) 3434Reno.Gov/ParksandRec

KAREN ANABLE-NICHOLS

GALLERY EAST

JENNIFER KAPNEK

GALLERY WEST


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