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PROGRAM GUIDE spring/summer 2013


The mission of the City of Reno Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is to provide exceptional recreational experiences for the Reno Community through programs, facilities and events that focus on safety, wellness, social and cultural benefits, which are sustainable, enhance the quality of life and promote economic vitality.


director’s note Reno City Council Sets Strategic Priorities for the Future The Reno City Council members met on February 5th, 2013 in a day-long session to develop its vision, mission, and strategic priorities for the City. The results of the Council’s efforts can be found on the City’s website at Reno.gov. The Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department’s Mission integrates well into achieving the City Council’s Strategic Priorities in several respects. The Council strategic priorities include: • • • •

Enhance Communication and Community Engagement Provide Efficient and Responsive Services Provide Safe and Livable Neighborhoods Promote a Sustainable and Vibrant Economy

Contact Information

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Registration/Schedules

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Recreation Classes

(ballet, tap dance, & karate)

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Activities

(dog obedience, train rides & scrapbooking)

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Athletics

Over the next couple months, the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department staff, working with other City departments, will be developing more specific goals and objectives to implement these priorities. Feedback from program participants, special interests groups, community partners, the department’s citizen boards and commissions, and other governmental organizations will be welcomed to help define the focus of the City’s services. The City continues to operate in an economic climate that requires careful attention to fiscal accountability, while providing the highest level of services that are possible. The Department’s staff is committed to providing exceptional park and recreation experiences to the public, as ultimately determined and funded by the City Council. If you would like to provide feedback on the park and recreation services you value, please send an e-mail to renodirect@reno.gov. If you wish to become involved in the coming year’s City Council budget process, please check the City’s website at Reno.gov for meeting notices. Budget meetings will begin in April, 2013.

(basketball, softball, volleyball, & kickball)

Julee M. Conway, Director | RENO.GOV

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Water Fitness

(pools, lap swim, & learn-to-swim)

Fitness

(kaia, jazzersize, & gyms)

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Kids Camps

(vacation station, sierra kids, & teen programs)

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Inclusion

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Public Art

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Senior Activities

Yours in Health and Wellness for 2013!

(775) 334-2262

Table of Contents

(activities, classes, & trips)

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Park Listings

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Facility Rentals

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Special Events

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contact us For recreation information: (775) 334-2262 For all city information: (775) 334-4636 For after-hours emergencies: (775) 352-4249 Sign up for the e-newsletter: Reno.gov

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Directory -- Parks, Recreation and Community Services

CONTACT US

Facility

Address

Phone

Fax

Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center (EMNECC)

1301 Valley Road

334-2262

321-8338

City Hall PRCS Administration

1 E. First Street, 11th floor

334-2260

334-2449

McKinley Arts and Culture Center (MAC)

925 Riverside Drive

334-2417

334-2598

Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center (TPPAC)

2745 Elementary Drive

356-3176

356-3180

Neil Road Recreation Center (NRRC)

3925 Neil Road

689-8484

689-8487

Park Maintenance

2055 Idlewild Drive

334-2270

334-2471

Urban Forestry

2055 Idlewild Drive

321-8371

-

Special Events Office

925 Riverside Drive

334-2414

334-2598

Rosewood Lakes Golf Course

6800 Pembroke Drive

857-2892

857-4488

Reno Tennis Center

1901 Plumas Street

689-2975

-

Northwest Pool

2925 Apollo Way

334-2203

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Idlewild Pool

1805 Idlewild Drive

334-2267

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Traner Pool

1600 Carville Drive

334-2269

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Plumas Gym

475 Monroe Street

334-2262

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334-6268

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Athletic League Rain-out Hotline

= Key Registration Sites. Contact us for drop-in programs and schedules. All class schedules, facility hours and instructors are subject to change and/or cancellation.

Holidays -- Centers and Offices Closed Contact us for hours at Rosewood Lakes Golf Course & Northwest Pool

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Memorial Day Monday, May 27

Independence Day Thursday, July 4

Labor Day Monday, September 2

Nevada Day Friday, October 25

Veteran’s Day Monday, November 11

Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 28

(775) 334-2262

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Program Registration Register in person, by phone, fax or online. Things to know: • A Household Account Form is required • • •

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. For more information or questions, Sierra Kids and youth camps require a Participant please call (775) 334-2262. Information Form

site listed below or for online Call or visit a service, visit Reno.gov/parksandrec

Scholarships The City of Reno is committed to providing Registration/payment is required in advance, recreational opportunities to all residents prior to use of programs, services or facilities. regardless of economic circumstances. Registration/payment is taken up until the For this reason, a limited fund scholarship program registration deadlines or when a program is full. is available to those who qualify. If you have Call (775) 334-2262 for more information or wanted to participate in our senior programs, alldownload the rules and forms from our Reno.gov. day camps, before and after school programs Requests for refunds, transfers or credits or qualified activities but couldn’t because of must be received on the written form by the financial circumstances, we encourage you to criteria deadlines. Call (775) 334-2262 for more apply. Information is kept strictly confidential. For information or download the rules and form from additional information, please call (775) 334-2260. Reno.gov.

Facility Hours of Operation Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center 1301 Valley Road, (775) 334-2262

Northwest Pool 2925 Apollo Way, (775) 334-2203 Mon/Wed/Fri

7am - 8pm 7am - 9pm

Monday - Thursday

7am - 9pm

Tues/Thurs

Friday

7am - 8pm

Saturday

Saturday & Sunday

9am - 3pm

Sunday

Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Pool, (775) 334-2262

Available for events/rentals 12pm - 4pm

Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center 2745 Elementary Drive, (775) 356-3176

Monday

7am - 7:30pm

Monday - Friday

Tuesday

7am - 8:30pm

Saturday - Sunday

Wednesday

7am - 7:30pm

Thursday

7am - 8:30pm

Friday

7am - 6pm

Saturday

8am - 2:30pm

Sunday

Available for events/rentals Neil Road Recreation Center 3925 Neil Road, (775) 689-8484

Monday - Friday Saturday - Sunday

9am - 9pm Available for events/rentals

Parks Maintenance Office 2055 Idlewild Drive, (775) 334-2270 Monday - Friday

7am - 4pm

(775) 334-2262

8am - 4pm Available for events/rentals

Rosewood Lakes Golf Course 6800 Pembroke Drive, (775) 857-2892 7 days a week March - November

7:30am - 5pm

McKinley Arts & Culture Center 925 Riverside Drive, (775) 334-2417 Monday - Friday

9am - 4pm

Reno City Hall 1 E. First Street, (775) 334-4636 Monday - Friday

8am - 5pm

Reno West Street Market 148 West Street, (775) 334-2414 Monday - Sunday

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10am - 11pm

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dance classes Belly Dance Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Travel through the ancient sands of time discovering the world of belly dance, enhances one’s spirituality, sensuality and well-being. The beginning course learns basic moves and steps, building definition and showing a complete picture of the dance. Intermediate to advance classes learn choreography to improvisation dancing within a group plus performance opportunities. *If attendee signs up for two classes per week the cost is discounted to $80 total for both classes.

4/3 - 5/8 5/15 - 6/19 7/10 - 8/14 8/21 - 9/25 10/2 - 11/6

4/4 - 5/9 5/16 - 6/20 7/11 - 8/15 8/22 - 9/26

DANCE CLASSES 6

10/3 - 11/7

Beginner Belly Dance – Ages 13+ Wednesday 6pm - 7:15pm 105956 105957 105958 105959 105960 Beginner Belly Dance – Ages 13+ Thursday 6pm - 7:15pm 105944 105945 105946 105950 105951

$55 $55 $55 $55 $55

$55 $55 $55 $55 $55

Intermediate Belly Dance – Ages 13+ 4/4 - 5/9 5/16 - 6/20 7/11 - 8/15 8/22 - 9/26 10/3 - 11/7

Thursday 7:15pm - 8:30pm 105943 105944 105995 105996 105997

Ballet/Hip Hop Jazz Combo Class Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center This is a fun and exciting way of learning two kinds of techniques with stretching and conditioning. Tights, leotard, ballet and/or jazz shoes are required. Students can wear ballet shoes for jazz but must have correct shoes for chosen recital dance. Must be registered to participate. Ages 6 - 9 – Monday, 6pm - 7pm 4/1 - 4/22

106294

$40

5/6 - 5/20

106343

$35

6/3 - 6/24

106344

$40

7/1 - 7/29

117806

$45

8/5 - 8/26

117807

$40

9/9 - 9/30

117850

$40

10/7 - 10/28

117851

$40

Street Hip Hop Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Enjoy this fun and fast action class while dancing to favorite pop artists. A dance combination of street, hip hop and jazz will be taught. Loose fitting athletic cloths and jazz shoes are required. Ages 10 - Teen – Monday 4:15pm - 5:15pm

$55 $55 $55 $55 $55

Clogging Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Clogging is an American folk dance originating in the Appalachian Mountains of the United States and a relative of Irish step dancing and tap dancing. Students should be in good physical condition and wear comfortable light-weight clothing and hard-soled shoes if possible. Tap shoes of any kind are all right, though low heels are preferable for clogging. Taps should be in good condition. A partner is not needed. Sundays 3pm, $40 per course Call (775) 334-2262 for more information (775) 334-2262

4/1 - 4/29

106152

$40

5/6 - 5/20

106192

$35

6/3 - 6/24

106193

$40

7/1 - 7/29

117808

$45

8/5 - 8/26

117809

$40

9/9 - 9/30

117845

$40

10/7 - 10/28

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$40


Tap Dancing Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Beginner Tap – Age 7 - 12

Ballet Dance Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Creative Ballet – Ages 3 - 6 Monday 5:30pm - 6:15pm (*Tights & leotard required) 4/1 - 4/22 106146 $40 5/6 - 5/20 106242 $35 6/3 - 6/24 106243 $40 7/1 - 7/29 117804 $45 8/5 - 8/26 117805 $40 9/9 - 9/30 117846 $40 10/7 - 10/28 117847 $40 Beginner Ballet – Ages 4 - 6 Monday 5pm - 5:50pm 4/15 - 5/20 107395 $36 6/3 - 7/8 107396 $36 7/15 - 8/12 107397 $30 9/9 - 10/14 107399 $36 10/21 - 12/2 107400 $36 Beginner Ballet – Ages 7 - 12 Saturday 10:30am - 11:20am 4/20 - 5/25 107444 $36 6/8 - 7/13 107492 $36 7/20 - 8/17 107493 $30 9/7 - 10/12 107494 $36 10/19 - 11/16 107495 $30 Intermediate Ballet – Ages 7 - 12 Tuesday 5pm - 5:50pm 4/16 - 5/21 107498 $36 5/28 - 7/2 107499 $36 7/9 - 8/13 107500 $36 9/3 - 10/8 107501 $36 10/15 - 11/26 107502 $42 Intermediate Ballet – Ages 13+ Wednesday 5pm - 5:50pm 4/17 - 5/22 107544 $36 5/29 - 7/3 107545 $36 7/10 - 8/14 107546 $36 9/4 - 10/9 107547 $36 10/16 - 11/27 107548 $42 (775) 334-2262

Saturday 9:30am - 10:20am 4/20 - 5/18

107594

$36

6/8 - 7/13

107595

$36

7/20 - 8/17

107596

$30

9/7 - 10/12

107598

$36

10/19 - 11/23

107599

$30

Beginner Adult Tap – Ages 12+ Saturday 11:30am - 12:20pm 4/20 - 5/25

107602

$36

6/8 - 7/13

107612

$36

7/20 - 8/17

107613

$30

9/7 - 10/12

107624

$36

10/19 - 11/23

107625

$30

Intermediate Tap – Age 7 - 12 Saturday 12:30pm - 1:20pm 4/20 - 6/1

107694

$36

6/8 - 7/13

107695

$36

7/20 - 8/17

107696

$30

9/7 - 10/12

107697

$36

10/19 - 11/23

107698

$30

Intermediate Adult Tap – Ages 12+ Wednesday 6pm - 7pm 4/17 - 5/22

107605

$36

5/29 - 7/3

107615

$36

7/10 - 8/14

107616

$36

9/4 - 10/9

107627

$36

10/16 - 11/27

107628

$42

Advanced Tap – Ages 13+ Monday 6pm - 7pm 4/15 - 5/20

107608

$36

6/3 - 7/8

107618

$36

7/15 - 8/12

107619

$30

9/9 - 10/14

107630

$36

10/21 - 12/2

107631

$42

Senior Tap – Ages 55+ Wednesday 9am - 10am 4/17 - 10/9 (4) | RENO.GOV

334-2262

$36e

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martial arts

MARTIAL ARTS 8

Jujitsu Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center DanZan Ryu Jujitsu is an internationally recognized system of the Hawaiian jujitsu that engages students in a lifetime of self discovery. DZR teaches self-defense that is effective on the streets and competitive on the mat or in the cage, while developing students’ character and ethical principles. Students of DZR not only practice techniques, but also belief in Kokua (helping spirit) and Ohana (family spirit). Jujitsu – Adult Tues/Thurs 7pm - 8:45pm and Sat 10am - 11am April 106495 $60 May 106501 $60 June 106502 $60 July 106503 $60 August 106542 $60 September 106543 $60 October 106544 $60 Jujitsu – Ages 5 - 13 Tuesday/Thursday 6pm - 7pm October 106395 $50 November 106396 $50 December 106397 $50 January 106398 $50 February 106399 $50 March 106400 $50 April 106401 $50 (775) 334-2262

Register Online Goju - Ryu Karate Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Goju Karate contains five progressive programs of instruction. The first is devoted to warm up exercises. The second deals with the fundamentals of blocking, striking, and kicking. The third leads into the major programs of, Kata and Kumite. Kata is the aesthetic, ballet-like exercise composed of serial patterns. Kumite is the combative, combined-pattern exercise also referred to as sparring. Martial Arts can be positive discipline to help kids and adults while having fun! Goju karate school will focus on training the body, mind and soul. Goju-Ryu Karate - 6:30pm - 8pm Tuesdays Thursdays All $40/month 7-12 yrs 13+ yrs April 105798 105802 May 105842 105846 June 105843 105847 July 105844 105848 August 105845 105849 September

105892

105896

October

105893

105897

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Dog Obedience Build a closer bond with your dog. Learn to teach your dog to heel, sit, stand, stay and more. Dog’s shot record must be brought to the first class. For more information, please call Guy Yeaman at (775) 265-4530 or visit www.dogmanguy.com. Comstock Park 10am - 11am / 9am - 10am or McKinley Arts and Culture Center 1pm - 2pm $80

Comstock

McKinley

5/25 - 6/29

115892 (9 - 10am)

115942

7/6 - 8/10

115893 (9 - 10am)

115943

9/7 - 10/12

115894 (10 - 11am)

115944

10/19 - 11/23

115895 (10 - 11am)

15992

Scrapbooking Techniques 101 Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Have you ever wondered how some people are just so good at Scrapbooking but you do not know how they do it? In this class you will learn several Scrapbooking secrets that will make your pages really stand out. We will learn color coordination, embossing, layering, and several other stamping techniques. This is a introductory class to get you on your way to produce beautiful scrapbooks. You will get all the necessary materials to make eight scrapbook pages (size 8” x 8”). The meeting place is Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center, Tuscarora room on Tuesdays from 10 - 12pm. The price is $5 per class plus a $15 material fee. (775) 334-2262

Card Making Magic Neil Road Recreation Center Learn how to make one of a kind beautiful handmade cards using exclusive designer paper and premium card stock. During this class you will learn some Scrapbooking techniques you never knew about. No experience necessary. Meetings are held at the Neil Road Recreation Center Fridays 1:15 -2:45pm. The price is $5 per class plus a $15 material fee. Outdoor Activities Wingfield Park Whitewater Park The Whitewater Park features five drop pools over 1400 feet in the north channel; six pools over 1200 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). No lifeguard on duty. Call (775) 3342414 for more information.

ACTIVITIES

activities

Train Ride Idlewild Park Open Sat/Sun beginning 4/6 - 9/29 from 11am - 6pm, Tue - Fri from 5/28 - 5/30 from 11am to 3pm, and Memorial Day and Labor Day from 11am to 3pm. Cost is $2, Free for ages two and under. Paradise Park Community Garden Teglia’s Paradise Park 44 individual ground plots, six raised beds, and three large community garden spaces for use. Call (775) 657.4602. | RENO.GOV

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Online Athletics (775) 334-2262 Volleyball Registration League BeginsTeam Fee Reg # Summer Non-Spiking League Wednesdays @ Plumas Gym 3/18 - 4/29 5/15 $160 108792 Summer Spiking League Thursdays @ Plumas Gym 3/18 - 4/29 5/16 $160 108794 Summer Spiking League Sundays @ Plumas Gym 5/13 - 6/17 6/30 $160 108798 Fall Spiking League Tuesdays /Thursdays @ Plumas Gym 7/8 - 8/19 9/10 $160 108844 Fall Non-Spiking League Mondays/Wednesdays@ Plumas Gym 7/8 - 8/19 9/9 $160 108846

Fall Spiking League Sundays @ Plumas Gym 9/29 $160

8/5 - 9/9

it’s tee time

108842

Kickball Registration

League BeginsTeam Fee Reg #

Mondays @ Reno Sports Complex 5/13 - 6/24

7/22

$360

108643

Basketball Registration

League BeginsTeam Fee Reg #

Men’s Summer League Mondays & Tuesdays @ Plumas Gym & EMNECC 2/11 - 4/22 5/13 $510 108592

SPORTS

Softball Registration

League BeginsTeam Fee Reg #

Co-ed and Men’s Second Season Softball Leagues Weeknights @ Reno Sports Complex & Idlewild Park 5/13 - 6/24 Week of 7/22 $535 108692 Ultimate Frisbee Registration

League BeginsTeam Fee

Season 1 - Mondays @ Idlewild Park 3/25 - 5/6

5/20

$115

Season 2 - Mondays @ Idlewild Park 7/1 - 8/12 8/26 $115 To register for one of these leagues, download a sportspecific registration form from our Reno.gov and submit it according to the instructions therein. To receive a registration form without the use of the internet, call the Athletics Office at (775) 334-2262.

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(775) 334-2262

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water fitness

Water is a great environment for exercise. Buoyancy takes the impact off of leg joints allowing exercises to improve muscular strength, balance and fitness levels. Get high impact results from a low-impact workout. No swimming skills are required.

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Mon, Wed and Fri -- 12pm - 1pm Tue and Thu -- 10am - 11am Dates Barcode Adult Senior Dates Barcode Adult Senior 4/15 - 5/10 117742 $36 $30 4/16 - 5/9 117743 $24 $20 5/13 - 6/7 117748 $33 $27.50 5/14 - 6/6 117753 $24 $20 6/10 - 7/5 117749 $36 $30 6/11 - 7/2 117754 $21 $17.50 7/8 - 8/2 117750 $36 $30 7/9 - 8/1 117755 $24 $20 8/5 - 8/30 117751 $36 $30 8/6 - 8/29 117756 $24 $20 9/2 - 9/27 117768 $33 $27.50 9/3 - 9/26 117773 $24 $20 Tue and Thu -- 6:15pm - 7:15pm Tue and Thu -- 12pm - 1pm Dates Barcode Adult Senior Dates Barcode Adult Senior 4/16 - 5/9 117745 $24 $20 4/16 - 5/9 117744 $24 $20 5/14 - 6/6 117763 $24 $20 5/14 - 6/6 117758 $24 $20 6/11 - 7/2 117764 $21 $17.50 6/11 - 7/2 117759 $21 $17.50 7/9 - 8/1 117765 $24 $20 7/9 - 8/1 117760 $24 $20 8/6 - 8/29 117766 $24 $20 8/6 - 8/29 117761 $24 $20 9/3 - 9/26 117783 $24 $20 9/3 - 9/26 117778 $24 $20 Water Fitness courses will not run on the following dates: EMNECC 7/4, Memorial and Labor Day. Northwest Pool will be close 8/12 - 8/25

Northwest Pool Mon, Wed and Fri -- 9am - 10am Tue and Thu -- 9am - 10am Dates Barcode Adult Senior Dates Barcode Adult Senior 4/15 - 5/10 102898 $36 $30 4/16 - 5/9 102899 $24 $20 5/13 - 6/7 117692 $36 $30 5/14 - 6/6 117697 $24 $20 6/10 - 7/5* 117693 $36 $30 6/11 - 7/4* 117698 $24 $20 7/8 - 8/2* 117694 $36 $30 7/9 - 8/1* 117699 $24 $20 8/5 - 8/9* 117695 $9 $7.50 8/6 - 8/8* 117700 $6 $5 9/2 - 9/27 117746 $36 $30 9/3 - 9/26 117747 $24 $20 *The sessions beginning the weeks of 6/10, 7/8, and 8/5 will run from 8:45 - 9:45am at Northwest pool only (775) 334-2262

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WATER FIT NESS

Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center

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Water Babies This Parent-Assisted program helps small children (6 months to 3 years old) become accustomed to the water while in the familiar hands of mom or dad. EMNECC Pool Dates

Course

Idlewild Pool Fee

9:45am - 10:15am -- Sat

Dates

Course

Northwest Pool Fee

12pm - 12:30pm -- Mon / Wed

4/20 - 5/11 103194 $28 6/1 - 6/22 117642 $28 7/6 - 7/27 117643 $28 8/3 - 8/24 117644 $28 11:15am - 11:45am -- Tues / Thur 4/16 - 5/2 117614 $42 6/11 - 6/27 117645 $42 7/2 - 7/18 117646 $35 7/23 - 8/8 117647 $42

6/17 - 6/26 117442 $28 7/8 - 7/17 117443 $28 7/29 - 8/7 117444 $28 12pm - 12:30pm -- Tue / Thur 6/18 - 6/27 117445 $28 7/9 - 7/18 117446 $28 7/30 - 8/8 117447 $28

Dates

Course

Fee

6:15pm - 6:45pm -- Tue / Thur 4/16 - 5/2 6/18 - 6/27 7/9 - 7/18 7/30 - 8/8

102996 117493 117494 117498

$42 $28 $28 $28

Tiny Tots Certified American Red Cross instruction begins with basic physical and mental adjustment to the water. Participants are taught basic safety and swim readiness skills using play as the primary form of teaching. This class does not teach children to be accomplished swimmers, but helps to develop a comfort level in the water and establish the basic building blocks for future instruction. Participants are 3 – 5 years old. Five students per instructor. EMNECC Pool Dates

Course

Idlewild Pool Fee

6:15pm - 6:45pm -- Mon / Wed

Dates

Course

Northwest Pool Fee

9:40am - 10:10am -- Mon - Thur

4/15 - 5/1

103001

$42

4/15 - 5/1 103251 $42 10:15am - 10:45am -- Sat

6/17 - 6/27

117448

$56

7/8 - 7/18

117449

$56

4/20 - 5/11

103246

$28

7/29 - 8/8

117450

$56

6/1 - 6/22

117648

$28

7/6 - 7/27

117649

$28

6/17 - 6/27

117451

$56

8/3 - 8/24

117650

$28

7/8 - 7/18

117452

$56

6/17 - 6/27

117498

$56

7/29 - 8/8

117453

$56

7/8 - 7/18

117499

$56

7/29 - 8/8

117500

$56

10am - 10:30am -- Mon / Wed 6/10 - 6/26

117651

$42

7/1 - 7/17 117652 $42 7/22 - 8/7 117653 $42 4:30pm - 5pm -- Tue / Thur 6/11 - 6/27 117654 $42 7/2 - 7/18 117655 $35 7/23 - 8/8 117656 $42

10:20am - 10:50am -- Mon - Thur

11am - 11:30am -- Mon - Thur 6/17 - 6/27 117554 $56 7/8 - 7/18 117555 $56 7/29 - 8/8 117556 $56 5:30pm - 6pm -- Mon - Thur 6/17 - 6/27 117557 $56 7/8 - 7/18 117558 $56 7/29 - 8/8 117559 $56

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6:30pm - 7pm -- Mon / Wed

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1:15pm - 1:45pm -- Tue / Thur 4/16 - 5/2

103006

$42

5:30 - 6pm -- Tue / Thur 4/16 - 5/2

103046

$42

10am - 10:30am -- Mon - Thur

10:40am - 11:10am -- Mon - Thur 6/17 - 6/27 117501 $56 7/8 - 7/18 117502 $56 7/29 - 8/8 117503 $56 11:20am - 11:50am -- Mon - Thur 6/17 - 6/27 117504 $56 7/8 - 7/18 117505 $56 7/29 - 8/8 117506 $56 5:30pm - 6pm -- Mon - Thur 6/17 - 6/27 117507 $56 7/8 - 7/18 117508 $56 7/29 - 8/8 117509 $56


Learn to Swim Students will be introduced to the fundamentals and techniques of the front and back crawl, unsupported movement, under water exploration, compact diving and stroke development. Advanced students will refine the strokes and skills presented in previous lessons. This course is broken out into six levels of progressive instruction, and is geared for students 6 years and up, with a 10 student per instructor ratio. EMNECC Pool

Idlewild Pool

Dates Course Fee 6:15pm - 7pm - Mon / Wed 4/15 - 5/1 103300 $42 10:15am - 11am - Saturday 4/20 - 5/11 103295 $28 6/1 - 6/22 117657 $28 7/6 - 7/27 117658 $28 8/3 - 8/24 117659 $28 10:45am - 11:30am - Mon / Wed 6/10 - 6/26 117660 $42 7/1 - 7/17 117661 $42 7/22 - 8/7 117662 $42 5:15pm - 6pm - Tue / Thur 6/11 - 6/27 117663 $42 7/2 - 7/18 117664 $35 7/23 - 8/8 117665 $42

Northwest Pool

Dates

Course Fee 9:40am - 10:25am - Mon - Fri 6/17 - 6/28 117460 $70 7/8 - 7/19 117461 $70 7/29 - 8/9 117462 $70 10:35am - 11:20am - Mon - Fri 6/17 - 6/28 117463 $70 7/8 - 7/19 117464 $70 7/29 - 8/9 117465 $70 6:10pm - 6:55pm - Mon - Thur 6/17 - 6/28 117466 $56 7/8 - 7/19 117467 $56 7/29 - 8/9 117468 $56

Dates Course Fee 7:15pm - 8pm - Mon / Wed 4/15 - 5/1 103096 $42 1:15pm - 2pm - Tue / Thur 4/16 - 5/2 103101 $42 6:15pm - 7pm - Tue / Thur 4/16 - 5/2 103106 $42 10am - 10:45am - Mon - Fri 6/17 - 6/28 117510 $70 7/8 - 7/19 117511 $70 7/29 - 8/9 117512 $70 11am - 11:45am - Mon - Fri 6/17 - 6/28 117513 $70 7/8 - 7/19 117514 $70 7/29 - 8/9 117515 $70 6:15pm - 7pm - Mon - Fri 6/17 - 6/28 117516 $70 7/8 - 7/19 117517 $70 7/29 - 8/9 117518 $70

Register Online

Register Online These programs are designed for the advanced swimmer who is not in adult lessons or on an organized swim team. ParPre-Competitive Programs

Idlewild Pool River Otters

North West Pool Natadors

10:35am - 11:20am -- Mon - Fri

11am - 11:45am -- Mon - Fri

6/17 - 6/28

117469

$70

6/17 - 6/28

117519

$70

7/8 - 7/19

117470

$70

7/8 - 7/19

117520

$70

7/29 - 8/9

117471

$70

7/29 - 8/9

117521

$70

Adult Stroke Clinic This program is designed to help those 15 years and older refine their skills. Instructors work with participants to identify goals for success and design the aims of the course to goal completion. Participants must be 15 years of age or older. *There must be at least 3 participants to run this course. Northwest Pool 6:15pm - 7pm -- Mon/Wed 4/15 - 5/1 103111 $42

6/17 - 6/28

6:15pm - 7pm -- Mon - Fri 117522 $70 7/29 - 8/9

7/8 - 7/19

117523

(775) 334-2262

117524

$70

WATER FITNESS

ticipants will have the opportunity to improve stroke development as well as enhance competitive swim team skills. The pre-requisite for this course is Completion of Level V of the American Red Cross Learn To Swim course (or equivalent). Participants must be eight years of age or older.

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Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Pool Program Public Swim Lap Swim

Indoor 25 yard pool featuring 4 lanes - closed Sundays (1301 Valley Road, 334-2262) Dates Times Days Fee 12pm - 2:30pm Sat $5 Adults 7am- 10am $3 Youth Mon - Fri on-going $2 Child/Senior 1pm - 2:30pm (passes available) 11pm - 12pm Sat

Water Babies (6 months - 2 yrs)

see p.12

Tiny Tots (3-5 yrs old)

see p.12

Learn to Swim (6 yrs and up)

see p.13

Water Fitness

see p.11

9:45am - 10:15am 11:15am - 11:45am 10am - 10:30am 4:30pm - 5pm 10:15am - 11am 10:45am - 11:30am 5:15pm - 6pm 12pm - 1pm 10am - 11am 12pm - 1pm 6:15pm - 7:15pm

Sat Tue / Thurs Mon / Wed Tue / Thurs Sat Mon / Wed Tue / Thur Mon / Wed / Fri Tues / Thur

Private Pool Rental Private/Semi-Private Lessons

call (775) 334-2262 for more information

$28 per session

Drop-ins welcome $6 Adults $5 Seniors $70 per hour $30 for 1 Child $55 for 2-5 Children

This schedule runs April 1 - September 30, 2013

Idlewild Pool

WATER FITNESS

Outdoor 50 meter eight laned pool with two 1-meter boards and a tot pool (1805 Idlewild Drive, 334-2267) Program Dates Times Days Fee 6/7 - 8/9 1pm - 3:45pm Mon - Fri Public Swim $5 Adults 6/8 - 9/2 1pm - 5pm Sat - Sun $3 Youth 11:35pm - 12:50pm $2 Child/Senior Mon - Fri 6pm - 7pm Lap Swim 6/7 - 9/5 (Passes Available) 12pm - 12:55pm Sat / Sun 12pm - 12:30pm Mon / Wed Water Babies see. p12 $28 per session (6 months - 2 yrs) 12pm - 12:30pm Tue / Thurs 9:40am - 10:10am 10:20am - 10:50am Tiny Tots see p.12 Mon - Thur $56 per session (3-5 yrs old) 11am - 11:30am 5:30pm - 6pm 9:40pm - 10:25am Mon - Fri $70 per session Learn to Swim 10:35am - 11:20am see p.13 (6 yrs and up) 6:10pm - 6:55pm Mon - Thur $56 per session Idlewild River Otters see p.13 10:35am - 11:20am Mon - Fri $70 per session Private Pool Rental $140 per hour call (775) 334-2262 for more information $30 for 1 Child Private/Semi-Private Lessons $55 for 2-5 Children Friday Night Swim 6/21 - 8/30 7:15pm - 8:45pm Fri $2 per person Dog Daze 9/8 10pm - 3pm Sun Free This schedule runs June 7 - September 8, 2013. Idlewild Pool will be closed 6/14, 6/15, 6/16, 9/6, and 9/7

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Northwest Pool Indoor 25 yard pool featuring 8 lanes and instructional pool (2925 Apollo Way, 334-2203) Program Dates Times Days Fee 7:30pm - 9pm Tue / Thur through 6/6 and $5 Adult 8/26 - 9/29 1pm - 4pm Sun $3 Youth 1pm - 3:45pm Mon - Fri Public Swim $2 Child / Senior 6/7 - 8/11 7:30pm - 9pm Tues / Thur (passes available) 1pm - 4pm Sun 7am - 9am 11:30am - 1:30pm Mon - Fri through 6/6 and 8/26 - 9/30 $5 Adult 6:15pm - 7:15pm $3 Youth Lap Swim 12pm - 1pm Sun $2 Child / Senior 11:55am - 12:55pm Mon - Fri 6pm - 7pm 6/7 - 8/11 12pm - 1pm Sun Passes available through 6/14 and 8/26 - 9/27 9am - 10am Drop-ins welcome Water Fitness Mon - Fri $6 Adults 6/17 - 8/9 8:45am - 9:45am $5 Seniors Water Babies (6 mo. - 2 yrs) See p.12 6:15pm - 6:45pm Tue / Thur $28 per session 10am - 10:30am 10:40am - 11:10am Tiny Tots See p.12 Mon - Thur $56 per session (3 - 5 yrs) 11:20am - 11:50am 5:30pm - 6pm 10am - 10:45am Learn to Swim 11am - 11:45am See p.13 (6 yrs & up) 6:15pm - 7pm Mon - Fri $70 per session Northwest Natadors See p.13 11am - 11:45am Adult Stroke Clinic See p.13 6:15pm - 7pm Drop-ins welcome Kayak Roll Sessions on-going 7pm - 8:30pm Mon $5 Adults $3 Seniors / Youth Private/Semi-Private $30 for 1 Child Lessons $55 for 2-5 Children call (775) 334-2203 for more information Private Pool Rental $70 per hour This schedule runs April 1 - September 30, 2013. Northwest Pool will be closed August 12th through 25th.

Traner Pool

Outdoor 25-yard pool featuring a double flume slide and water play features (1600 Carville Drive, 334-2269) Program Dates Times Days Fee $4 Adult Public Swim on-going 1 - 4pm Daily $2.50 Youth $2 Child / Senior Private Pool Rental Call (775) 334-2262 for more information $60 per hour This schedule runs June 7 - August 4, 2013 (775) 334-2262

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fitness FITNESS

Kaia F.I.T. Midtown California Building Kaia is a boot camp for women only, which emphasizes functional fitness. Our program is fun, innovative and different because of the energy, the camaraderie, and also unique in that every client gets personal attention. Kaia is great for women of all ages and is the perfect way for women to succeed in achieving their health and fitness goals. Our goal is to inspire women to reach beyond what they thought was possible. You will receive the tools needed to get you in the best shape of your life. You will learn to recognize and respect the importance of simple exercise and movement; and acquire healthy habits to last a lifetime. Contact Jennifer at (775) 657-6478 or jennifer@kaiafitmidtown.com for more information. Kaia F.I.T. offers two different types of boot camp styles: BRIKS - 6 weeks/5 days a week $199 Monday - Friday 5am - 6am, 6am - 7am, or 7am - 8am CORE - 5 weeks/4 days a week $135 Monday - Thursday 5am - 6am, 6am - 7am, or 7am - 8am

Jazzercise California Building When you love your workout, the results come easy. That’s why Jazzercise blends aerobics, yoga, pilates and kick boxing movements into fun dance routines set to fresh new music. All fitness levels are welcome! Taught by Joy Brackney. For ages 16+. California Building at 9 - 10am $36 for 1 month/$65 for 2 months/ $90 for 3 months Mon/Tues/Wed/Fri 9am - 10am Personal Training Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Fit 2 You Personal Training: Fitness should be a lifestyle activity – like brushing your teeth. This one-on-one program will help get you started on an exercise lifestyle designed to keep you fit and healthy. The first session is an assessment of your fitness level and goals. In later sessions, Sheryl teaches proper techniques to develop strength, endurance and flexibility. Contact Sheryl at (775) 813-2930 for information and to schedule an appointment. Fee: $30 per hour.

Coming soon to Kaia FIT Midtown: Triathlon Training, TRX suspension training, Juicy Kaia, and a Running Program.

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Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center (EMNECC) gives access to a weight room fully equipped with dumbbell and barbell weight equipment, cable resistance machines, a universal machine, floor mats and Swiss balls. The cardio room is filled with treadmills, elliptical trainers, stair steppers, and upright & recumbent bicycles. EMNECC also has locker rooms, a full-sized gymnasium, and a four-lane lap pool. Hours of operation lists below. In addition to EMNECC, Neil Road Recreation Center (NRRC) has a circuit training room with calisthenics and hydraulic resistance equipment. Patrons can also use the gymnasium for activities like volleyball, basketball, and pickle ball. For information on this facility, please call (775) 689-8484.

Hours of Operation for EMNECC Fitness Centers Monday - Thursday 7am - 9pm

Friday 7am - 8pm

Saturday - Sunday 9am - 3pm

Pool Lap Swim Monday - Friday Saturday

Public Swim

7am - 10am and 1pm - 2pm 11am - 12pm

Saturday 12pm - 2:30pm

Passes and Fees Single Admission

Punch Pass (10 visits)

Quarterly (3 months)

Annual

Lap and Public Swim Adult (18+)

$5

$45

$150

$360

Senior/Child (55+/under 5)

$2

$15

$60

$150

Youth (6-17)

$3

$25

$90

$225

Fitness Center (ages 14+) Adult (18+)

$4

$35

$80

$200

Youth/Senior (14 -17/55+)

$3

$25

$60

$150

Adult (18+)

$2

$20

$60

$150

Youth/Senior (14 -17/55+)

$1

$10

$30

$75

Combination Passes and Fees Single Admission

Punch Pass (10 visits)

Quarterly

Annual

Fitness Center and Open Gym Pass Adult (18+)

$5

$45

$100

$250

Youth/Senior (14 -17/55+)

$4

$35

$80

$200

Fitness Center and Pool Pass (pass is good for the Fitness Center and Open Swim and Lap Swim) Adult (18+)

$6

$55

$120

$400

Youth/Senior (14 -17/55+)

$5

$45

$100

$250

Premium Pass (pass is good for the Fitness Center, Open Gym, Open Swim and Lap Swim) Adult (18+)

$7

$65

$175

$440

Youth/Senior (14 -17/55+)

$6

$55

$150

$375

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Open Gym

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kids camps

Vacation Station Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Vacation Station provides organized recreational opportunities to school age children. The program features group games, crafts, sports and free time to play with friends or read, all while under the supervision of trained City of Reno staff. Vacation Station is available for winter, spring, and summer breaks. Vacation Station is a Character Counts! certified Gold Medal Children’s Activity Center. Ages 6-14, Mondays – Fridays 7am – 6pm Fee: $100 per week, or $30 per day. To register call (775) 334-2262 or visit Reno.gov and register online. Scholarships are available. For more information call (775) 334-2260.

2013 Vacation Station Openings

YOUTH SERVICES

Spring Break Summer Fall Break Winter Break

Sierra Kids Serving kids in grades K-6 in elementary schools throughout Washoe County, Sierra Kids is a quality recreation program for children who need a safe, supervised environment before or after school. Math Paths and Read and Succeed Tutoring programs available in all programs as well as homework assistance. Activities based on the Character Counts! curriculum are planned for participants. Specialty instructors teach art and sports to after school participants. Youth sports and outdoor games are planned for after school participants too. Registration/payment is required by 12pm Friday PRIOR to the week of attendance. To register call (775) 334-2262 or visit Reno.gov and register online.

April 8 - 12 June 10- Aug 9 Oct. 14 - 18 Dec. 23 - Jan. 10

Sierra Kids School Sites

Holiday Adventures These quality camps feature a wide variety of activities including sports, field trips, and arts and crafts. Age: 6-14. 7am – 6pm Scholarships are available. For more information call (775) 334-2262.

Adventures

Neil Road Recreation Center and Plumas Gym Spring Break Summer Fall Break Winter Break

Alice Smith

Hunter Lake

Sarah Winnemucca

Anderson

Jessie Beck

Sierra Vista

Caughlin Ranch

Lemmon Valley

Silver Lake

Desert Heights

Mamie Towles

Smithridge

Dodson

Mariposa Academy

Stead

Double Diamond

Mount Rose

Virginia Palmer

Elmcrest

Peavine

Westergard

Esther Bennett

Roy Gomm

Honors Academy of Literature

Roger Corbett

Rita Cannon

April 8 - 12 June 10- Aug 9 Oct. 14 - 18

Sierra Kids Rates

Dec. 23 - Jan. 10 Morning Afternoon Morning and Afternoon Early Release Day Late Pickup

The President’s Challenge is a program that encourages all Americans to make being active part of their everyday lives. Visit presidentschallenge.org CHARACTER COUNTS! is a service mark of Josephson Institute. Visit charactercounts.org.

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Weekly Rate Partial Week Rate $30 $10 per day $45 $15 per day $75 $20 $1 per minute per child


Summer Camp Dates of Operation Summer Performing Arts Discovery+ Camp+ Reno Little Glen Duncan ES and another site TBD Theater

Location

Summer of Fun+

Summer of Fun+

Vacation Station

Wilderness Camp+

NRRC

Plumas Gym

EMNECC

EMNECC

6/10 - 6/14

6/17 - 6/21

6/24 - 6/28

7/1 - 7/5*

7/8 - 7/12

7/15 - 7/19

7/22 - 7/26

7/29 - 8/2

8/5 - 8/9

?

* Holiday Week – Closed July 4th

? = End time TBD

Ages: 6-14 Fee: $100 per week at Plumas Gym and NRRC. A fun filled day camp including bowling, skating, swimming and so much more. We also offer arts and crafts, sports and outdoor fun! Free breakfast and lunch served at NRRC, free sack lunch at available at Plumas. Ages: 6-14 Fee: $60 per week There’s so much to do - sports, games, great friends - don’t miss out! Breakfast and lunch provided through Kid’s Cafe and Summer Food Service Program. Free breakfast and lunch. Ages: 8-14 Fee: $130 per week at EMNECC. A great outdoor experience. Learn survival skills and have fun. Field trips include hiking swimming and more. Enjoy an overnight camp out on Wednesday night, complete with s’mores and outdoor activities. Wilderness safety and learning how to setup a tent are always highlights of this outdoor adventure! Ages: 8-14 Fee: $130 per week. This camp provides an opportunity for kids to sing, dance and perform in a production. There is a part for everyone, lights, music and even directing! This camp is also apart of artown. (775) 334-2262

teen programs Reno Enrichment Program Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center The Reno Enrichment Program provides great opportunities for young adults ages 12-20 to explore recreational and educational interests and develop life skills. Evening activities includes sports instruction and games in the gym, dance lessons, online tutoring using www.smarthinking.com and more. The Reno Enrichment Center is located at Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center, 1301 Valley Road, (775) 657-4652. Open Mon - Thur, 2 - 7pm and Fridays 2 - 9pm. Pick-up/ Drop-off at Project Solution, Wooster High School, Hug High School, and Clayton Middle School. Call (775) 3342262 for pick-up. Youth City Council The City of Reno Youth City Council (YCC) consists of 11 members, ages 14 - 20, who are from Reno, Sparks and unincorporated areas of Washoe County. It serves in an advisory capacity to the Reno City Council on youth issues, relationships, and healthy alternatives. The YCC is one of the few Reno boards and commissions that allows non-Reno residents to be appointed. The YCC meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm in City Council Chambers, 1 East First Street. All meetings are open to the public.

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inclusion Access for All

Out and About

The City of Reno welcomes the opportunity to provide accommodations to people with disabilities so that full participation in leisure and recreation programs, classes, services and facilities may be enjoyed by all. If you or a family member require a reasonable accommodation to participate in a program, please contact Inclusion Services at (775) 334-2262 a minimum of five business days prior to the start of the program. Efforts will be made to accommodate your request. Hearing impaired individuals can use Nevada Relay buy dialing 711 for assistance.

The Out and About community outing program is geared for young adults ages 15 years and up with disabilities and their caregivers/companions. Join us for bowling, cooking, golfing, fishing, field trips and more. Contact us at (775) 334-2262 or visit Reno.gov for a detailed schedule of activities.

Adaptive Rec Connect

INCLUSION

This newsletter is the best way to stay current on adaptive recreation opportunities. A typical issue includes upcoming events, sports, social programs and area resources. Download a copy from Reno.gov or call Inclusion/Adaptive Services at (775) 334-2262 to have each issue e-mailed to you.

U.S. Paralympics, a division of the U.S. Olympic Committee, and the City of Reno have partnered to create Paralympic Sport Reno. Paralympic Sport Reno is a community-based sports club developed to involve RENO youth and adults with physical and visual disabilities in sports and physical activity, regardless of skill level and raise the profile of Paralympic sport nationally. Contact (775) 334-2262 for a detailed schedule of activities and clinics. About U.S. Paralympics: U.S. Paralympics, a division of the U.S. Olympic Committee, is dedicated to becoming the world leader in paralympic sports movement and to promoting excellence in the lives of persons with physical disabilities.

New! Fit But Not Forgotten The City of Reno is proud to offer our disabled veterans and disabled members of the armed forces the opportunity to participate in the Fit but Not Forgotten Program. Offering weekly fitness classes in our facility weight room. Classes will cover orientation to equipment, assessment of fitness level, proper technique to develop strength, endurance and flexibility, and discuss fitness goals. Upon completion of four classes participants will be eligible for a FREE all inclusive facility membership good for one year. New sessions start at the beginning of each month at the Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center located at 1301 Valley Road, Reno, NV 89512. Tuesday classes take place from 5:30 - 6:30pm and Thursday classes from 10:30 - 11:30am. Grant funding for this program is awarded by U.S. Paralympics, a division of the U.S. Olympic Committee, through funding provided by Veterans Affairs. The grants are provided to facilitate the growth of paralympic-sport programming for disabled veterans and disabled members of the armed forces.

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Mark Wellman’s Adventure Day at Sparks Marina All people with disabilities are invited to attend Mark Wellman’s Adventure Day at the Sparks Marina Park from 10am to 2pm on Sunday, June 9, 2013. A kayaking seminar will be featured, adaptive rock climbing, adaptive sailing, and handcycles will be available to try. Bring your bathing suit and sun block to this free event. Please call Shauna Nelson at (775) 353-7815 or e-mail shnelson@cityofsparks.us. Sunday, 6/9 10am - 2pm (775) 353-7815 Northern California/Nevada Adaptive Cycling Series Join us while we cycle various locations in northern California and Nevada throughout the summer/fall. There will be a series of organized rides in the Bay Area, Sacramento, and Reno. Each ride will offer routes of varying distances for beginner to advanced. Series Dates and Contacts: April 13 – Sacramento, CA Rick Mason - City of Sacramento, Access Leisure RMason@cityofsacramento.org June 1 – Reno, NV April Wolfe – City of Reno, (775) 333-7765 or wolfea@reno.gov October TBD - Berkeley, CA Greg Milano – Bay Area Outreach Program (510) 849-4663 or cycling@borp.org Adaptive Golf Paralympic Sport Reno has partnered with Rosewood Lakes Golf Course to offer six-week sessions of golf instruction. Whether you are an absolute beginner or a seasoned veteran, you’ll find a place at our golf clinics taught by golf professionals. Call April Wolfe at (775) 333-7765 for more information. Session 1: Fridays 5/3 - 6/7 11am - 12pm Session 2: Sundays 7/14 - 8/18 11am - 12pm Session 3: Wednesdays 9/18 - 10/23 11am - 12pm Adaptive Whitewater Clinic During the Reno River Festival Sunday, May 12, 2013 at 11am, participants will be introduced to basic adaptive Whitewater concepts and equipment with an opportunity to float the Truckee River during the Festival. Contact April Wolfe at (775) 333-7765 for more information and to register. Adaptive Equipment Rental Program What do you do when you want to play but don’t have the toys? YOU RENT! Our adaptive recreation equipment is available to rent (sport wheelchairs, beach wheelchairs, handcycles, etc.). Renting makes it affordable for participants to try before they buy, be a weekend warrior, gain skills, and be involved in more than one sport. For more information call April Wolfe at (775) 3337765. (775) 334-2262

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art For a Fun Public Art Drive Around Reno – Find These Treasures! (photos are arranged left to right, top row to bottom) Title

Artist

Description

Location

1.

The Reno Star

Mark Szulgit

Metal and Steel

At the corner of McCarran and Virgina St.

2.

Mountaintop

Brad Rude

Bronze w/enamel paint 66” x 60” x 24”

McKinley Arts and Culture Center

925 Riverside Drive

3.

You should have been here

Cork Marcheschi

Historic Photos, Aluminum Glass

City Plaza

South East corner of Virginia

4.

Arts District Banners

David Boyer

Steel, Copper, Brass

Downtown

Various Light Poles Downtown

5.

Seminary Park Kiosk and seating

Chris Atchison

Stone and Metal

Sierra Street (Near UNR)

6.

Alfresco

Jorge Blanco

Aluminum and powder coated steel

University Ridge Park

990 South University Park Loop

Wells Avenue Streetscape

Wells Avenue between Regency Way & Roberts Street

Idlewild Park

1805 Idlewild Drive

7.

Community, Diversity, Benjamin Victor and Independence

Bronze sculptures, sandstone benches, bike racks, and banners

8.

Rainbow Trout

Shimmering sculpture

Eileen Gay

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senior services

Senior Lunch Program Neil Road Recreation Center Seniors can enjoy a hot meal or a fresh salad for lunch at the Neil Road Recreation Center. Salads and hot meals must be ordered a day in advance. Lunches are served Monday through Friday at 12:15pm. Even if you are not a senior, you can join us for lunch for $4 per person. Additional eligibility information applies. For more information, call (775) 689-8484 or visit Reno.gov. Neil Road Recreation Center hosts regular visits from local Social Service providers to help you get needed services. Call (775) 689-8484 to find out what service providers are at the center and when you might schedule an appointment to see someone! Ceramics Class McKinley Arts and Culture Center Ceramics is designed to accommodate the many skill levels from novice to a more advanced student. Projects are completed as a group focusing on the techniques needed to complete a ceramic piece from start to finish. For more advanced students, additional projects can be worked on during class time. Students are encouraged to bring outside projects to class. Mediums used include acrylic paints, glazes, and translucent. For ages 55+. Fee: $45. 9:30am - 12:30pm. Three Wednesdays a month (Varies each month with holidays, call (775) 334-2417 for schedule). Basement Art Studio McKinley Arts and Culture Center, 925 Riverside Drive. Twice a month seniors gather to tango, waltz and swing, getting exercise, Reno Senior building friendships and having fun. The music varies from live to DJ, and occasionally is accompanied by a holiday celebration. Light refreshments are provided. Fee: $5 (775) 334-2262

Senior Computer Classes Learn computer skills and bring the world to your fingertips. Communicate with friends, family and the world! Classes run for three weeks each. There are some exceptions due to holidays. $20 per month. Preregistration required. Basic PC Mon 9am - 11am NRRC Internet/E-mail Wed 9am - 11am NRRC Open Lab Wed 11:30am - 1:30pm NRRC Digital Thur 10am - 12pm NRRC Photography II

Crochet Circle Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Join this stress free group to learn a variety of stitches and create afghans, lap blankets and much more. Projects require time spent as ‘home work’ for completion. All skill levels welcome. Supply list: one 8 oz. skein of worsted weight yarn and an ‘H’ aluminum crochet hook. Age: 55+. Mondays from 10am - 12pm at EMNECC. Fee $20 a month. Cro-Nits Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Don’t have time to crochet but have yarn? Donate your yarn to our volunteer crochet group, which meets at 10am on the 3rd and 4th Thursday of each month. Last year this group donated more than 150 afghans, hats and scarves to less fortunate kids and their families. Health, Wellness & You Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center Enjoy drop-in discussion concerning your health and wellness. Come in and gain useful health and wellness information each week. We have guess speakers each month to talk about health and wellness. Tuesdays at 12:30pm, drop-in fee is $.50. Creative Crafts and Quilting Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center You can enjoy the art of quilting, your own craft projects, or participate in an instructional new craft project each month. You will learn something new each week about the featured craft and have a finished project at the end of the month. Please register early to reserve your spot. A small supply fee will be charged when you register. Drop-in fee is $.50.

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SENIOR SERVICES

Senior Connect Newsletter Stay current on the activities we offer. A typical issue includes descriptions of upcoming classes and events, activity calendars and much more. Check out the facility calendars to locate drop-in card games and other adventures. Pick up a copy each month at Teglia’s Paradise Park, the Neil Road Recreation Center, the Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center, and other facilities or download a copy from Reno.gov/seniors. Call (775) 356-3176 to have a copy mailed or e-mailed to you.

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senior activities Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center (775) 334–2262

Neil Road Recreation Center

Drop-in Activities - $0.50 Fee

(775) 689-8484

Ballroom Dance

Tuesdays/Fridays

2pm

Cribbage

Thursdays

1pm

Paid Activities Varies

Cribbage

Mondays

1pm

Pickleball

Mon/Thur/Fri

Table Tennis

Mon/Wed

7pm

Bands & Balance

Tuesdays

9am

1:30pm

SENIOR ACTIVITIES

Water Fitness

Mondays - Fridays

Senior Fitness

Mondays/Wednesday

Crochet Circle

Mondays

10am

Pickleball

Tuesdays

9am

Senior Yoga

Mon/Wed/Fri

12pm

ThisNThat Exchange Tuesdays

1pm

Super Seniors

Tues/Thurs/Fri

8:30am

Beginning Bridge

Tuesdays

1pm

Senior Tap

Wednesdays

9am

Pinochle

Wed/Fri

1pm

Chair Yoga

Wednesdays

1:30pm

Pickleball

Wednesdays

12pm

Reno Travelers

3rd Thursdays

Varies

Bunco

1st Thursdays

1pm

Cro-Nits

3rd & 4th Thursdays

10am

Dominoes

2nd Thursdays

1pm

Rummikub

3rd Thursdays

1pm

Badminton

Wed/Fri/Sun

6pm

Bingo

Fridays

1pm

10 & 11am

Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center (775) 356-3176

Paid Activities

Drop-in Activities - $0.50 Fee

Basic PC

Mon

9am

Pinochle

Monday/Wednesday

9:30am

Senior Mat Yoga

Mon/Wed/Fri

10am

Sit and Get Fit

Mon/Wed/Fri

8:30am

Zumba Gold

Mondays

6pm

Baggo

Mon - Friday (outside)

All day

Dominoes

2nd & 4th Wed.

1:30pm

Colin Ross Music Program

Tuesdays

2pm

Health, Wellness & You

Tuesdays

12:30pm

Internet/E-mail

Wed

2pm

Open Lab

Wed

11:30am

Bingo Blow Out

1st Wednesday

1:30pm

Brunch & Movie

1st Thursdays

8:30am

Birthday Party

3rd Wednesdays

2:30pm

Chair Yoga

Thursdays

10:30am

Bunco

Thursdays

12:15pm

Reno Travelers

3rd Thursdays

Senior Fitness

Tuesdays/ Thursdays

10 & 11am

CSI-Crime & Safety 1st Friday

10am

Paid Activities

Varies

Chair Yoga

Thursdays

9am

Digital Photography

Thursdays

11:30am

Creative Crafts & Quilting

Mondays

1pm

Senior Dance

2nd & 4th Sunday

2pm

Zumba Gold

Thursdays

10am

Social Services

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Social Services Senior Lunches

Monday - Friday

12pm

Bread Drop

Tuesdays

11am

Bread Drop

Tuesdays

Blood Pressure

1st Tuesdays

11am

4th Thursdays

Varies

Evelyn Mount Food Drop

Healthy Habits Lecture

(every other) Fridays

1:30pm

AARP Driving

Saturdays

Varies

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Senior Travelers and Around Town Travel to a different regional destination each month. Departs from various sites (see key below). Age: 55+. Call (775) 334-2262 for information or view monthly Senior Connect newsletter. April - Cal Neva Tahoe to see the Secret Tunnel of Frank Sinatra & Marilyn Monroe May - Old Sacramento & Aces Ball Game (Older American’s Month) June - Reno Rodeo July - Art Town & Nevada City August - V&T Railroad Train Ride & Virginia City Sept - Shakespeare & Genoa Craft Fair October - Apple Hill Dinner and a Show Join us on these local outings. Price includes both dinner and show tickets. Space is limited, so register early. Call (775) 334-2262 for information or view monthly Senior Connect newsletter. April - Menopause The Musical May - Western Nevada Performing Arts “Oliver” June - Reno Biggest Little Side Shows - Harrah’s July - “GREASE” Brunch and a Movie Club Sept 5 April 4 Have you seen a good movie Oct 3 May 2 lately? You will enjoy a Nov 7 June 6 delicious brunch at the Eldorado Casino Buffet. Then Dec 5 July 11 we will go to the Riverside Aug 1 Movie Theater to see a movie of your choice. First Thursday of the month except for July. Pick-ups from Neil Road at 8:30am, NW Library 9am, EMNECC 9:15am, and Orvis 9:30am or you can meet us at the Eldorado at 9:30am (Paradise Park remains at 9:00am because the Eldoado pick them up separately) Returns 2 - 2:30pm. Fee: $20 (775) 334-2262

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Southeast Brodhead Park 5 South Park Street Center Creek Park 1595 Wilbur May Parkway Comstock Park 1650 Carat Boulevard Damonte Ranch Park 1950 Steamboat Parkway Donner Party Park 4385 Loreto Lane Double Diamond Park 9100 Wilbur May Parkway Evergreen Park 9555 Evergreen Drive Fisherman’s Park I and II 495 Galetti Way Governor’s Bowl Park 1498 East 7th Street Holcomb Historic Site 1005 Holcomb Ave Horizon View Park 9675 Wilbur May Parkway Huffaker Park and Trail 1160 East Huffaker Jamaica Park 1000 Jamaica Avenue John Champion Park 957 Kuenzli Street Liston Park 1635 Yori Avenue Miguel Ribera Park 3925 Neil Road Mira Loma Park 3000 South McCarran Blvd Pickett Park 250 Kirman Avenue Reggie Road Pathway Reggie Road Stewart Park 400 Stewart Street Wilkinson Park 1201 East Taylor Street Yori Park 2800 Yori Way Southwest 3851 Cashill Boulevard Caughlin Crest Park 3415 Idlewild Drive Crissie Caughlin Park 1190 Country Estates Circle Crystal Lake Park 2800 Pioneer Drive Horseman’s Park Idlewild Park 1900 Idlewild Drive (Three Rentable Shelters) 3005 Idlewild Drive Ivan Sack Park Jack Tighe Memorial Fields 325 Burris Lane 630 Manzanita Lane Manzanita Park 3100 Skyline Blvd Mary Gojack Park 240 Moana Lane Moana Park and Stadium 700 California Avenue Newlands Park 475 Monroe Street Plumas Park & Gym 2601 Plumas Street Reno Tennis Center 800 Robinhood Drive Robinhood Park 3945 Riverhaven Drive Schiappacasse Park 4560 Summit Ridge Drive Summit Ridge Park Village Green 4785 Caughlin Parkway 1980 Lakeside Drive Virginia Lake Park 990 Wheatland Road Wheatland Park

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6am - 7pm 5am - 10pm

Rest Rooms

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Lunsford Park McKinley Park Northgate Park Northwest Park Oxbow Nature Study Area Peavine Fields Rainbow Ridge Park Reno Sports Complex Riverside Drive Park Seminary Park Sky Country Park Somersett East Park Terrace Sports Complex Valley Wood Park Whitaker Park

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400 Island Avenue 10 Ralston Street 10 North Virginia 1st Street & Arlington Ave

Tennis Court

Downtown Barbara Bennett Park Bicentennial Park City Plaza Fulton Corner Powning Veterans Memorial Park Truckee River Whitewater Park at Wingfield West Street Plaza Wingfield Park North Valleys Dorothy McAlinden Park Mayors Park & Fields Panther Valley Park Raleigh Heights Park Silver Lake Park Northeast Dick Taylor Memorial Park Eighth Street Parkway Evans Park Melody Lane Park Pat Baker Park Rotary Centennial Park Sage Street Park Sterling Village Tot Lot Teglia’s Paradise Park (Two Rentable Shelters) Traner Pool University Ridge Park Northwest Canyon Creek Park Hilltop Park Irving Circle Park Lake Park Las Brisas Park

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Adopt-A-Park This program offers the opportunity to get involved in the community in a way that develops pride and appreciation through stewardship. Call (775) 334-2270 and adopt a park in your neighborhood today! Adopt-A-Pool on Saturday 6/1 at Idlewild Pool, 10am-1pm. Contact mike.ginsburg@sncaquatics.org to be involved.

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Dog Park Locations 1) Whitaker Park, located at 550 University Terrace (2 mutt mitt dispensers) 2) Virginia Lake Park, located in the north field at Mountain View and Lakeside Drive (1 mutt mitt dispenser) (775) 334-2262

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shelter rentals There are 19 reservable park shelters that accommodate from 50 to 200 people. Each shelter comes with picnic tables and barbecue.

SHELTER RENTALS

Excellent park facilities surround each shelter for groups to enjoy; however, please note that these amenities are not reserved as part of a picnic shelter permit. Playgrounds, tennis, volleyball, basketball, horseshoe pits, skate parks, etc. are normally open to the public at large.

Rose Garden at Idlewild Park The City of Reno has the only public rose garden in the state of Nevada certified by the American Rose Society! The one acre Rose Garden, located in Idlewild Park, has 200 varieties of roses and over 2,250 total roses. The rose season is from early June until Sept. It is also a favorite location for wedding ceremonies. Call 334-3888 for more information.

A beer and wine permit is required ($50) if these beverages will be consumed at your event. Staff is available to help you identify which facility may best meet your needs. Detailed information on each shelter is available online. For current rental rates or to make a park shelter reservation please call 334-3888. Fees vary from $85 - $120. Shelter Rental Hours are April 1 Sept. 30 10am to 8pm and Oct. - March 31 10am to 6pm. North Valleys Silver Lake Park

Cap. 8855 Red Baron Blvd.

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1140 Beech St.

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1910 Bishop St.

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Northeast Dick Taylor Memorial Park Pat Baker Park Teglia’s Paradise Park-Pavilion

2745 Elementary Dr.

50

Teglia’s Paradise Park-Shelter

2745 Elementary Dr.

200

Northwest Canyon Creek Park

1485 Robb Dr.

50

Las Brisas Park

5950 Las Brisas

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Northgate Park

6450 Moonridge Terrace

50

Whitaker Park

550 University Terrace

100

1160 E. Huffaker Ln. 3925 Neil Rd. 3000 S. McCarran Blvd. 250 Kirman Ave. 1650 Carat Dr.

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Southeast Huffaker Park Miguel Ribera Park Mira Loma Park Pickett Park Comstock Park Southwest Idlewild Park - Terrace Idlewild Park - Snowflake Idlewild Park - Rose Garden Manzanita Park Virginia Lake Park

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Facility Rentals Family Picnics · Reunions · Small Receptions · Birthday Parties · Events · Weddings Staff is available to help you identify which facility may best meet your needs. Renters can bring their own caterer and food, unlike requirements to use in-house caterers at other rentable facilities. A security deposit of $500-$1000 is required.

Rentable Facilities Facility

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Contact

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Kitchen

Patio

California Building

75 Cowan Drive

334-2417

260

$75

Horseman’s Park Clubhouse

2800 Pioneer Drive

334-2417

85

$45

Neil Road Recreation Center

3925 Neil Road

689-8484

550

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Evelyn Mount Northeast Community 1301 Valley Road Center Plumas Gym 475 Monroe Street

334-2262

300

Varies

657-4655

350

$45

McKinley Arts & Culture Center

925 Riverside Drive

334-2417

200

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Southside Cultural Center Auditorium Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center Rose Garden

190 E. Liberty Street 334-2417

150

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2745 Elementary Drive 1805 Idlewild Drive

356-3176

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West Street Market

148 West St.

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McKinley Arts and Culture Center The former McKinley Park School, located at 925 Riverside Drive, was constructed in 1910 and renovated in 1999. This historic building with its unique ornate design boasts two gallery spaces, arts and crafts workshops, and provides rented office space for local non-profit arts organizations. It occupies an important place within the Truckee River Arts and Culture District and an auditorium and boardroom are available for rental by tenants and outside cultural groups. The public may also rent the air-conditioned facility for weddings. Call 334-2417. Available for weddings!

Southside Cultural Center Auditorium The former Southside School, located at 190 East Liberty Street, includes an auditorium on the second level. The auditorium is available for rehearsals, performances, lectures, concerts and special occasions. Office space in this building is also available for rent. Call 334-2417 for more information. (775) 334-2262

Rental Fees McKinley Arts and Culture Center & Southside Cultural Center Auditorium (rehearsal) $50/hr. Auditorium (performance) $75/hr. Auditorium (other use) $100/hr. Boardroom $50/hr. McKinley Wedding/Party Package $800 for 8 hours - includes auditorium, stage, rest rooms, foyer, kitchen and courtyard. Requirement: $1,000.00 Refundable Security deposit

Plumas Gym Location: Monroe Street, Central Reno off Arlington Avenue. Features: Hardwood court for basketball (six hoops) or volleyball, with bleacher seating. Tables and chairs are not available in the gym. Food and drink are not allowed in the gym.

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facility rentals Neil Road Recreation Center

FACILITY RENTALS

The Center is located in a campus like setting, with other facilities including, but not limited to, the Boys and Girls Club of the Truckee Meadows, Reno Police Department substation and St. Mary’s Wellness Center. The park shelter at Miguel Ribera Park can be rented in conjunction with the building for an additional fee. Location: South Reno, between Moana and Peckham Lanes. Access is easiest from Maudlin Way. Features: Six-foot tables and folding chairs for indoor use.

West Street Market is a unique gathering place centered around food, friends, shopping and entertainment. This urban market with eco-friendly themes is more than just fresh, delicious food! For rental info please call (775) 334-2414 or visit www. renoweststreetmarket.com for rental availability. Location: Between First and Second streets.

Horseman’s Park Clubhouse Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center Situated in a relaxing and tranquil area near the Paradise Park Pond, this facility has acres of open space, a community garden, play areas and walking trails. Location: NE Reno, off of Oddie Boulevard Features: A kitchen and a large multi-purpose room with 5 round tables, 20 six-foot tables, and 100 folding chairs for indoor use.

Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center A 40,000 square foot facility that includes rental rooms, an indoor pool, a fitness center and cardio room, as well as a gymnasium. The rental rooms are ideal spaces for meetings of any size and for family events. Birthday parties for children scheduled around the pool’s public swim hours are always a hit. Location: Near downtown Reno and the Livestock Event Center.

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The western-themed clubhouse is a perfect setting for small meetings and group gatherings. It is adjacent to Horseman’s Park. Equestrian groups, through historic and deeded priority scheduling, coordinate a wide range of horse-oriented activities at this facility. Location: SW Reno off of Skyline Boulevard Features: Round tables, six-foot tables, and folding chairs for indoor use.

California Building The Spanish-style architecture, reminiscent of the early California missions, distinguishes this popular facility which hosts numerous cultural and special events, weddings, meetings and group gatherings throughout the year. Location: In Idlewild Park – SW Reno, near Riverside and Booth Streets Features: Kitchen, outdoor patio area, six-foot rectangular tables, 60 inch round tables, folding chairs and picnic tables. California Building Wedding Package: 8 hours for $700.00; and $75.00 for each additional hour. Includes: use of the entire facility; kitchen, rest rooms, tables and chairs, alcohol permit and patio. Requirement: $1,000.00 Refundable Security deposit. (775) 334-2262

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Events Reno River Festival, May 11 - 12 White Water Park at Wingfield Park Get ready for an all out celebration of adrenaline fused, human-powered adventure in northern Nevada. Kayaking at its best including down river races, freestyle and boater cross competition, clinics, music, and food are all a part of this two-day festival. For more information, please check the website www.renoriverfestival.com. Battle Born Derby Demons Roller Bouts Reno City Plaza Join the Derby Demons as they race around a flat track annihilating their competition. You have four opportunities to join them this summer. June 22, July 20, August 24, Sept. 21, and Oct., 5. For more information, please check their website at www. battlebornderbydemons.com. Artown – July Wingfield Park Wingfield Park and numerous locations around the City of Reno hosts a month long celebration of cultural diversity and artistic innovation – whatever your heart desires, you will find this month. For more information, please check their website at www.renoisartown.com. Rollin’ on the River Concert Series Wingfield Park Fridays in July, 5:30pm – 8:30pm Reno News & Review is once again sponsoring the concert series featuring many local and regional bands. This year enjoy the sounds of Whitney Myer, Los Strait Jackets, Blue Moon Swamp: John Fogerty Creedance Clearwater Experience. For more information, please visit www.newsreview.com. MAYOR’S Cup Rosewood Lakes Golf Course The Mayor hosts a golf tournament at Rosewood Golf course each summer. Call (775) 334-2262 for more information. Aquafest, August 17 Idlewild Pool An annual fundraising event to build a community aquatic center. Visit sncaquatics.org for more info.

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Safe & Healthy Homes 5K Run/ Walk Earth Day Kiwanis Family Fun Fiesta MS Walk Walk-n-Talk Reno Street Food (Fridays) Reno Tahoe Odyssey Run Reno Rodeo BBQ, Brews & Blues Speak Your Mind Hip Hop Art Festival July 4th Celebration Reno’s All American BBQ Festival Life Church Run Tour de Nez-Vada Compression! Fire & Arts Festival Family Festival & Family Series Dance Series World Music Concert Series Rollin’ on the River Concerts Movies in the Park Hot August Nights Reno Gay Pride Expedition Man Great Reno Balloon Race National Championship Air Races Walk in Memory, Walk for Hope Northern Nevada Pagan Pride Day Nevada Craft Brewers Festival Street Vibrations

April 20, 2013 April 21, 2013 April 27, 2013 May 4, 2013 May 4, 2013 May 24 – Oct. 4, 2013 May 31 – June 1, 2013 June 20 – 29, 2013 June 22-23, 2013 June 23, 2013 July 4, 2013 July 4-7, 2013 July 27, 2013 July 28, 2013 July 27, 2013 Mondays in July Tuesdays in July Wednesdays in July Friday evenings in July Fridays in July August 6-11, 2013 August 17, 2013 August 24, 2013 September 6-8, 2013 September 11-15, 2013 September 14, 2013

September 14-15, 2013 September 21, 2013 September 25-29, 2013 Eldorado’s Great Italian Festival October 7-8, 2013 Veterans Day Parade November 11, 2013

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Shape Up Reno The City of Reno has partnered with local businesses to host a free fitness series. All fitness sessions last one hour. Space is limited.

Yoga

Mondays at Double Diamond Athletic Club 6 : 3 0 P. m . - 7 : 3 0 p. m .

BOD Y P U M P

Wednesdays at double Diamond Athletic Club 4 : 3 0 p. m . - 5 : 3 0 p. m .

Cardio Blast

Wednesdays at Sp o r t s W e s t A t h l e t i c C l u b 5 : 3 0 p. m . - 6 : 3 0 p. m .

Cy c l i n g

Thursdays at kor Fitness 6:00 A.m. - 7:00 A.m.

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Saturdays at the studio 1 0 : 0 0 a . m . - 11 : 0 0 a . m . Sports West Athletic Club is located at 1575 S. Virginia Double Diamond Athletic Club is located at 9400 Double Diamond Pkwy. KOR is located at 100 N. Sierra St. The Studio is located at 1085 S. Virginia St. Suite D. (775) 334-2262 for more information


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