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Plan the perfect party!

Book your next event with us! CALL 701.456.2074 2004 Fairway St Dickinson ND, 58601

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SPRING /SUMMER

ACTIVITY GUIDE

WELCOME Dickinson Parks and Recreation is proud to release our 2019 Spring/Summer Activity Guide. Our tremendous staff has put together an awesome array of programs, events and classes for people of all ages. Please read through this guide as I am sure you will find something that grabs your attention; from a beautiful park, a new leisure trail, a wonderful facility or a program offered by Dickinson Parks and Recreation or one of our many partner groups.

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2019

In May, join us in celebrating the 15th Anniversary of the West River Community Center. It is hard to believe how fast 15 years have flown by, but WRCC is still one of several focal points in our community and serves over 350,000 people annually. Thank you for supporting Dickinson Parks & Recreation! James Kramer, CPRP

Executive Director Dickinson Parks & Recreation

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GENERAL INFO

OUR MISSION Dickinson Parks and Recreation’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for the community and its visitors by providing leisure opportunities.

CONTACT US DPR STAFF LIST BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS Scott Kovash – President Tim Daniel – Vice President Scott Karsky – Commissioner KC Homiston – Commissioner Brad Fong – Commissioner

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE 2004 FAIRWAY STREET, DICKINSON, ND 58601 OFFICE HOURS MONDAY – FRIDAY 8:00 AM TO 5:00 PM MAIN OFFICE: 701.456.2074 FAX: 701.456.2073 EMAIL: DPRD@DICKINSONPARKS.ORG WEBSITE: DICKINSONPARKS.ORG

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR James Kramer RECREATION/FACILITIES Matt Mack – Director of Recreation/Facilities Ryan Nelson – Recreation/Facilities Manager Michael Rademaker – Golf Professional Caleb Burgard – Facility Supervisor Andrew Grafton – Facility Supervisor Wilson McLaughlin – Recreation Supervisor Alissa Karsky – Program Supervisor Ratna Fleig – Membership Services Specialist Pat Welch – Facility/Pro Shop Coordinator Shaelyn Sullivan - Group Fitness Coordinator BUSINESS/FINANCE Sara Turner – Finance/HR Manager Leah Hoenke – Administrative Manager Jessica Stewart – Accounting Specialist Chad Mackay – Marketing Specialist Riana Cooper – Customer Service Specialist Kara Visger – Marketing Coordinator Madison Schobinger – Customer Service Receptionist Lindsay Kuplack – Customer Service Receptionist

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BUILDINGS/GROUNDS Craig Pearson – Director of Buildings/Grounds Scott Mack – Park Operations Manager X Dukart – Facility Maintenance Manager Sam Davis – Golf Superintendent Larry Kuether – Facility Maintenance Supervisor Scott Rabbitt – Facility Maintenance Supervisor Greg Hanson – Facility Maintenance Supervisor Rod Lindborg – Golf Maintenance Supervisor Jordan Jamieson – Facility Maintenance Specialist Daniel Michaels – Park Operations Supervisor Jon Schardin – Park Operations Supervisor Jacob Shypkowski – Park Operations Specialist Doug Burgard - Park Operations Specialist

2004 FAIRWAY ST | 701.456.2070

2510 8TH ST | 701.456.2050 SPRING HOURS: 9:00 AM TO SUNSET SUMMER HOURS: 6:00 AM TO SUNSET

1865 EMPIRE RD | 701.456.2057

PATTERSON LAKE

3753 114TH AVE SW | 701.456.2056 HOME OF LIONS PARK AND THE CROOKED CRANE TRAIL. SEASONAL PRIMITIVE AND MODERN CAMPING AVAILABLE.

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DICKINSON PARKS & RECREATION

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TABLE OF CONTENTS PARK DISTRICT INFO

ADULT PROGRAMS

GENERAL INFO......................................................................... 2-6

LEAGUES: Basketball, Football, Leisure Sports, Softball &

Director’s Note..............................................................................2

Volleyball................................................................................ 27-28

Mission, Staff List, & Contact Us.................................................3

SENIORS: Potluck Club & 100 Mile Walking Challenge..........29

Registration, Access For All, Employment, Gift Cards & Photo/Video...................................................................................5 FACILITY DESCRIPTIONS...................................................... 6-14 Dakota Community Bank & Trust Ballpark................................6 Dickinson Dike & Dickinson Dog Park........................................6 Disc Golf Courses & Gress Softball Complex.............................6 Heart River Retreat & Mustang Baseball Complex...................6 North Softball Complex & Stark County Veterans Pavilion....6 West River Skate Park & West River Soccer Complex...............6 Heart River Golf Course........................................................... 7-8 Patterson Lake Recreation Area & Campgrounds & Trails......9 West River Ice Center & Facility Rentals.................................. 10 West River Community Center & Outdoor Pool................11-12 Personal Training & Group Fitness..................................... 13-14 PARKS & FACILITIES - LEGEND & MAP............................. 15-18

YOUTH PROGRAMS

AQUATICS............................................................................... 19-22 Swim Lessons, Parent & Me, Private Lessons................... 19-20

EVENTS

DPR TRACK & FIELD SUMMER KICK OFF & HEALTH & FITNESS DAY............................................................... 30 BANDSHELL SUMMER CONCERT SERIES........................31-32 SPLASH BASH, BEACH PARTY & SWIMMING W/BIG STICKS.33 GAME ON, SWIM UNDER THE STARS & PRE- CHALK WALK..34 POOCH POOL PARTY, PUNT PASS KICK & BADLANDS SELF-PACED TRIATHLON..................................35 CHALK WALK.........................................................................36

TOURNAMENTS

YOUTH & ADULT TOURNAMENTS.......................................37

OUTSIDE GROUPS .. .............................. 38-47 SPONSORS AND DONORS....................................................48 ASSOCIATION / CLUB DIRECTORY & LEISURE SPORTS......49

Swimming and Water Safety Skills Chart........................... 21-22 PROGRAMS........................................................................... 23-26 Art & Fitness.......................................................................... 23-24 Cross Country, Golf, Play Park, T-ball, Tennis, Safety City .25-26

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GENERAL INFO - REGISTRATION

2019

D IC K INS ON PARKS & RE C RE ATIO N PROGRAM REGISTRATION OPENING DAY

PRE-REGISTRATION

APR I L 24, 2 019

All of our programs require preparation to provide the best possible experience. Please help us by registering prior to program deadlines. No on-site registration will be taken, unless specified.

ONLINE

For your convenience, visit dickinsonparks.org to register online. No transaction fees apply.

WALK-IN

We are happy to assist you in person at the DPR Administrative office, 2004 Fairway Street.

PAYMENTS

Payment is due at the time of registration. We accept cash, checks, gift cards and credit cards (Mastercard, Visa and Discover).

REFUNDS

Refunds are allowed prior to the first day of the program. No refunds are given for programs with limited enrollment (unless spot is filled by wait-list or for cancellation after a program begins). Please watch for registration deadlines specific to each program.

AQUATIC LESSONS REGISTRATION SEE PAGE 19

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ACCESS FOR ALL

Dickinson Parks & Recreation is committed to providing equal access for all participants. All programs are open to individuals with disabilities. If special requirements are needed due to a disability, please include a written request with registration form.

EMPLOYMENT

Dickinson Parks & Recreation has employment opportunities throughout the year in the following areas: • Facility Cleaning • HRGC Pro Shop Attendants • Scorekeepers/Supervisors • Lifeguards/Slide Attendants • Parks & Golf Grounds Maintenance • Patterson Lake Booth Attendants • Program Instructors & Coaches • Sports Coordinators • Sports Officials • WRCC & WRIC Attendants

GIFT CARDS

Give the gift of Parks & Recreation! Gift cards are available for use of all of our programs and facilities. Purchase one today at Dickinson Parks and Recreation, Heart River Golf Course or West River Community Center.

PHOTOS

Dickinson Parks and Recreation frequently photographs and videos participants enjoying our programs, events, parks and facilities. These photos/videos are used for parks and recreation.

STAY CONNECTED

dickinsonparks.org | westrivercommunitycenter.com | heartrivergolfcourse.com

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FACILITY DESCRIPTIONS

GET TO KNOW OUR FACILITIES!

MUSTANG BASEBALL COMPLEX

DAKOTA COMMUNITY BANK & TRUST BALLPARK

240 2ND ST SE This facility is home to Dickinson Baseball Club and the Badlands Big Sticks (summer collegiate wood bat league). Within the ballpark are the Astoria Field and Coke Field. Astoria Field offers turf infield, newly renovated stadium seating and team dugouts.

DICKINSON DOG PARK

455 8TH AVE SW The dog park, located next to Gress Softball Complex was created through a partnership with Oreo’s Animal Rescue to provide an area to let your pets run around leash-free and interact with other dogs. The park provides a large fenced in play area for dogs 30 lbs. or more along with a separate play area for small dogs. Water and sanitation stations are available.

DISC GOLF COURSES

Jaycee Park Disc Golf Course – 497 2nd St SE – 9 hole course located along the Heart River in south Dickinson for recreational and youth play. Memorial Park Disc Golf Course – 801 5th Ave W – 12 hole course with multiple pins and dual tees. Fairly open course with good elevation. Patterson Lake Disc Golf Course – 3753 114th Ave SW – 18 hole course includes a diverse professional course next to Patterson Lake. Wide variety from very long and open to short and very tight play.

GRESS SOFTBALL COMPLEX

455 8TH AVE SW This adult softball complex is situated on 23 acres of land running alongside the Heart River. Within the complex are 6 softball diamonds with bleacher seating; complex office, concessions and restrooms; small playground; 2 picnic shelters and a nature trail leading to Eagles Park.

HEART RIVER RETREAT

2475 BROADWAY W This self-serve rental facility offers a scenic view of Heart River Golf Course and is located next to Turtle Park and Dickinson Dike. The venue is a great space for a variety of gatherings with a capacity of 125 people.

2004 FAIRWAY ST This baseball complex is home to the Mustang Baseball Club. The complex features 3 fully lighted fields with natural grass infields, covered dugouts, concessions, restrooms, picnic shelter, playground and batting cages. The complex is surrounded by Leisure Park Trail and located next to West River Community Center and West River Ice Center.

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DICKINSON DIKE 2302 Broadway W Located next to Turtle Park and Heart River Retreat. The dike is 19 acres and approximately 20 feet at its deepest point where anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish including rainbow trout, cutthroat trout, catfish, largemouth bass and small bluegill.

NORTH SOFTBALL COMPLEX

1600 FAIRWAY ST Softball complex home to Dickinson Diamonds Girls Fast-pitch Softball and Dickinson State University Women’s Softball. The complex features 4 fast pitch diamonds with enclosed dugouts and 20’ backstops, outfield fences of 200’ down the foul lines and 225’ to center field, batting cages and bullpen mounds as well as concessions and restrooms.

STARK COUNTY VETERANS PAVILION/ MEMORIAL

801 5TH AVE W The Stark County Veterans Memorial was completed in 2015 and the Pavilion was added in 2018. The memorial honors more than 7,000 Veterans who served honorably in our armed forces from the Spanish American War through present conflicts; as well as the Pavilion that is home to many Veteran organizations as a place to hold their weekly/monthly meetings. The facility also provides a wonderful self-serve rental facility open to anyone wanting to reserve for a variety of gatherings, capacity is 150. For more information on the Veterans Memorial, please contact the Stark County Veterans Memorial Association at 701-225-9461 or email info@starkcountyveterans.org

WEST RIVER SKATE PARK

2015 EMPIRE RD The skate park is located on the west side of the West River Community Center. The wide variety of skate features are constructed of concrete and accommodate skaters of all skill levels.

WEST RIVER SOCCER COMPLEX

2015 EMPIRE RD The soccer complex features 6 youth soccer fields for a combined acreage of 6 acres. The fields are located west of the West River Community Center and across from West River Ice Center. It is situated within Leisure Park which contains a 2 story outdoor playground and 1.1 mile walking trail.

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FACILITY DESCRIPTIONS - HEART RIVER GOLF COURSE

New Year, New HRGC New Golf Professional|New Restaurant|New Look 2510 8TH ST SW | DICKINSON, ND | 701.456.2050

GET TO KNOW OUR NEW GOLF PROFESSIONAL “I am excited to start at Heart River Golf Course. My main goal is to help Heart River be a place where you wish to be by providing a warm professional atmosphere, a friendly staff, merchandise that fits the community, quality golf instruction, well run events and an orderly golf experience. I enjoy teaching and playing golf with players of ALL ages and abilities so hopefully I’ll get to meet and play with everyone.

The Heart River Golf Course is a challenging 18-hole, par 72 layout that is nestled along the scenic Heart River, with numerous panoramic views of Patterson Lake. Heart River Golf Course is home to several premier golf tournaments, including the gem of them all, the Kevin Bergman Labor Day Classic. We will also try to accommodate your special golf outing or tournament request. Season passes can be purchased at Dickinson Parks & Recreation or the HRGC Pro Shop.

Come on out to the course and say hi. As Harvey Penick said, ‘If you play golf, you are my friend.”

MIKE RADEMAKER, PGA

ABOUT HRGC

RESTAURANT | Hours will vary within the golf season. Green 19 is a full-service grill and bar located at Heart River Golf Course. Offering everything from soups, salads, and burgers to tap beers, liquor, and wine. Our menu consists of hand-pattied burgers with our house seasoning, salads, wraps, appetizers, and a variety of panini sandwiches. We also have candy, snacks, and daily specials for the golfer on-the-go. Come play Heart River and check us out!

GROUP & PRIVATE LESSONS

Contact our Head Golf Professional - MIKE RADEMAKER 701-456-2050 or email: mrademaker@dickinsonparks.org

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BOOK A TEE TIME ! 701.456.2050 HEARTRIVERGOLFCOURSE.COM

GREEN FEES

PRO SHOP The Pro Shop sells a large variety of golf equipment and apparel featuring top brands such as Callaway, Titleist, Ping, Under Armour, and many more. Whatever you’re looking for, if we don’t have it in stock we will order for you. Gift cards are also available .

HOURS & ACTIVITIES Heart River Golf Course hours are 9:00 am to sunset once course opens. The opening hour will change to 6:00 am from Memorial Day - Labor Day .

MEN’S GOLF DAY Tee times scheduled to run approximately 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Tuesdays. There will be a Net and Gross Skins Game every week. Sign up required at the Pro Shop.

WOMEN’S GOLF DAY The Women’s Golf Association tees off every Wednesday at 8:00 am, sign-in at 7:45 am. This group plays a variety of different games and has a lot of fun. Begins the first Wednesday in June.

TOURNAMENTS Heart River Shootout - June 14 & 15 Kevin Bergman Labor Day Classic - August 31, September 1,2 Men’s Club Championship - July 27 & 28 Last Chance - October 5

18 holes .................................................................. $30.50 9 holes..................................................................... $22.00 Junior (12-18) . . ......................................................... $13.75 Pee Wee (11 & under)*.. ............................................ $8.50 Twilight Fees**. . ...................................................... $22.00

CARTS 18 holes.................................................................... $16.75 9 holes..................................................................... $8.50

DRIVING RANGE Small Bucket . . ........................................................... $4.00 Large Bucket .. ........................................................... $6.00 Junior Bucket (18 & under) . . ..................................... $5.00 Adult Range Pass . . .................................................. $78.75 Junior Range Pass....................................................$63.00

2019 SEASON PASSES Family***........................................................... $1,155.00 Married Couple .................................................... $966.00 Senior Married Couple (60+) .................................... $924.00 Single (24-59) .. ...................................................... $514.50 Senior Single (60+) ............................................... $493.50 Intermediate (19-23) ............................................ $383.25 Junior (12-18) . . ...................................................... $220.50 Pee Wee* (11 & under) .. ....................................... $110.25 Fall Pass (eff. 8/13/19) .. ........................................ $194.25 Handicap Fee . . ........................................................ $30.00 *Pee Wee - 11 & under must golf with an adult. **Twilight fee begins four hours prior to sunset. ***Family - Married couple or an adult and any dependent up to age 24.

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FACILITY DESCRIPTIONS - PATTERSON LAKE

PATTERSON LAKE RECREATIONAL AREA Patterson Lake Recreation Area consists of 26 miles of shoreline, 1,438 acres of land and 819 acres of water. The land is owned by the United States Bureau of Reclamation and managed by Dickinson Parks and Recreation. It is home to Lions Park and the Crooked Crane Trail. It also features one of the top disc golf courses in the country.

INFORMATION BOOTH

HOURS OF OPERATION May 24 – Sept. 2, 2019

Mon - Thur Fri Sat & Sun

11:00 AM – 5:00 PM 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM

DAILY ADMISSION FEE $2.00 SEASON PASS $20.00 MODERN SITE PER NIGHT PRIMITIVE SITE PER NIGHT

CAMPING RESERVATIONS ONLINE : dickinsonparks.org CALL: (701) 456-2056 or (701) 456-2074 Season: Labor Day weekend to Memorial Day weekend MODERN & PRIMITIVE CAMPGROUND: Amenities: Access to bathrooms/shower house and a sewer dump station. Each modern site has electricity and water.

$26.00 $18.00

TRAILS CROOKED CRANE TRAIL | 3753 114TH AVE SW

The 1.8 mile double loop is a concrete 10 ft. wide path with exercise and play equipment for all ages. This state of the art trail is the first of three phases to complete a trail around Patterson Lake. West Trail: 1.1 miles East Trail: 0.7 miles Entire Loop Trail: 1.8 miles Fitness Pods are located throughout the trail.

EAGLES PARK | 428 2ND AVE SW Walk this scenic .80 mile trail by the riverside to Gress Softball Complex.

LEISURE PARK | 2015 EMPIRE ROAD 1.1 mile loop around the West River Ice Center and West River Community Center. Accommodations include benches located along the trail with many trees along the way. The trail also has great access to the Mustang Baseball Complex, West River Ice Center and West River Community Center.

ROCKY BUTTE PARK | 566 FAIRWAY STREET Scenic .80 mile loop around Rocky Butte Park.

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WEST RIVER ICE CENTER|FACILITY VENUES PLAN THE PERFECT EVENT CALL 701.456.2074 2004 Fairway St, Dickinson ND, 58601

BANDSHELL The Bandshell is used throughout the summer for area concerts and special events.

HEART RIVER RETREAT Located next to West River Community Center this facility contains two sheets of ice. During on-ice season, August-March ice rentals may be made for school / group events, private rentals, birthday parties, etc. A private party room (49 occupancy) is available. During the off-ice season (March-September), rentals may be made for business & vendor shows, club events, public events, etc. The main facility consists of a large 2nd floor viewing area. The main arena floor area measures 216 ft. x 137 ft. with seating for 1,228. Floor space in the 2nd arena measures 216 ft. x 85 ft. with seating for 300. Rental rates are available daily or hourly with discounts for multiple day usage.

Host your holiday party or any special event at this scenic venue! Full Facility Rental | Capacity 125

PARK SHELTERS Plan your family reunion or company picnic at one of our shelters!

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FACILITY VENUES

STARK COUNTY VETERANS PAVILION Great for all meetings and parties with its convenient location. Full Facility Rental | Capacity 150

WEST RIVER ICE CENTER Great space for your vendor show. Ice Skating Party Full Facility Rental

WEST RIVER COMMUNITY CENTER ALL WRCC PARTY RENTALS INCLUDE: 2 hours of wrcc room use | 1 birthday t-shirt | 10 wristbands

WATCH FOR PUBLIC SKATE COMING BACK IN THE FALL!

Climbing Wall Party: $85.00 Golf Simulator Party: $85.00 Gymnasium Party: $90.00 Playground Party: $75.00 Pool Party Package Time Slots SPRING SESSIONS THROUGH MAY 22, 2019 Mon – Fri: 3:30 - 5:30 PM 6:45 - 8:45 PM Sat & Sun: 12:30 - 2:30 PM 3:00 - 5:00 PM 5:30 - 7:30 PM SUMMER SESSIONS MAY 23 – AUGUST 18 Mon – Sun: 12:00 - 2:00 PM 2:30 - 4:30 PM 5:00 - 7:00 PM

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FACILITY DESCRIPTIONS

2019

2004

WRCC HOURS MON-FRI 5:00 AM-10:00 PM

SAT SUN 7:00 AM-9:00 PM 12:00 - 8:00 PM

2004 FAIRWAY ST (701) 456-2070 WESTRIVERCOMMUNITYCENTER.COM

DAILY FEES Adult

Youth

$8.00 $6.00

Senior

(60+)

College

$7.00 $7.00

The West River Community Center is a 135,000 square foot center built with plenty of modern amenities and a “western edge” design that blends with the landscape of southwestern North Dakota. The program areas are designed to achieve not only a visual connection between spaces, but an openness that allows users to feel a sense of community. The facility maximizes the use of natural light by way of large windows. Designed with the philosophy that community recreation centers should entertain, educate and promote health and well-being.

AMENITIES

Lobby/Lounge/Vending Area | 3 Community Meeting Rooms | Strength and Cardio Fitness Areas | Walk/Jog Track (5.1 laps to a mile) | 3 Group Fitness Studios | 4 Gymnasiums | 1 MAC GYM (Multi Athletic Court) | 23’ Climbing Wall | 3 Racquetball/ Wallyball Courts | 2 Indoor Tennis Courts |Indoor Lap Pool (8 Lane, 25 Yards) | Indoor Leisure Pool |2 Water Slides | Lazy River | Indoor Whirlpool | Sauna | Steam Room | Outdoor Pool | Indoor Playground | Drop-In Childcare | 2 Tanning Beds | Golf Simulator/Driving Cage

ADDITIONAL AMENITIES DROP-IN CHILDCARE Available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Fee $4.00/1st child,$2.00/additional child 10 Punch Card: $20.00 Hours Monday- Friday 8:15 AM-1:00 PM & 4:00 - 8:00 PM Saturday 8:00 AM-1:00PM Sunday Closed TANNING BEDS Daily Fee $4.00 + tax 10 Punches $25.00 + tax Unlimited $30.00 (month) + tax GOLF SIMULATOR Golf year round with the WRCC Golf Simulator, featuring many of the world’s top courses. Daily Fee $7.00 per person | per hour | $1.00 off for each additional person TOWEL SERVICE Daily Fee $1.00 per towel Annual $30.00 per year CLEAN WEEK

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CELEBRATE WITH US! 2004 WEST RIVER COMMUNITY CENTER GRAND OPENING ANNIVERSARY MAY 14TH – FREE DAY MAY 15TH – WALK WITH WRCC MAY 16TH – EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS MAY 17TH – MEMBERSHIP SPECIALS Watch for more details on our website at dickinsonparks.org

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ONE MEMBERSHIP, ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES MEMBERSHIP RATES

TYPE

10 PUNCH

1-MONTH

3-MONTH

ANNUAL

Adult

$75.00

$50.00

$125.00

$430.00

Youth

$55.00

$50.00

$90.00

$330.00

$65.00

$50.00

$115.00

$385.00

$65.00

$50.00

$95.00

$345.00

Senior

(60+)

College

Summer Pass

Family *1st adult full price, remaining family members 1/2 price AVAILABLE WITH ANNUAL & 3 MONTH MEMBERSHIP ONLY

SENIOR MEMBERSHIPS

2004 GRAND OPENING PHOTOS

SilverSneakers and Silver & Fit programs offer eligible members no-cost or low cost fitness memberships. If your health plan offers SilverSneakers or Silver & Fit, please call the DPR office at 701-456-2074.

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WRCC MEMBERSHIPS

WRCC OUTDOOR POOL WHEN THE WEATHER TURNS WARM, ESCAPE TO THE WRCC OUTDOOR POOL WHERE THERE IS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE !

JUNE 1 - AUGUST 18, 2019 HOURS OF OPERATION: June 1 – August 18 Mon-Sun 12:00 – 7:00 PM Scheduled safety breaks occur every 50 min. The Outdoor Pool is included in all WRCC memberships and daily fees.

AMENITIES 3 WATER SLIDES LAZY RIVER WATER SPRAYS, JETS AND WATER FALLS ZERO DEPTH INFANT WADING POOL CONCESSIONS COVERED UMBRELLA PICNIC AREAS MEN’S & WOMEN’S LOCKER ROOMS FAMILY CHANGING ROOM GREEN SPACE Text WATERPARK to 84483 to receive WRCC Outdoor Pool notifications.

OUTDOOR POOL EVENTS SUMMER KICK-OFF June 19 SPLASH BASH June 24 SWIMMING WITH THE BIG STICKS July 7 SWIM UNDER THE STARS July 26 & 27 PRE CHALK WALK POOL PARTY August 2 POOCH POOL PARTY August 20 12

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FACILITY DESCRIPTIONS

PERSONAL TRAINING GET IN SHAPE & FEEL GOOD Whether you’re trying to maintain your overall health and fitness, training for a marathon, or anything in between. We have the expertise to help you on your journey, motivate you, keep you accountable, and help you conquer your goals.

SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION CALL (701) 456-2074 NEW CLIENT PACKETS  ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE AND AT THE WRCC FRONT DESK

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All classes are included in your WRCC membership or available for a daily fee. WRCC offers a wide variety of land and aqua group fitness classes for ages 14+ . All instructors are certified and all classes may be modified based on your fitness level. For more info on group fitness, please pick up a current group fitness schedule from the WRCC media rack or visit our website.

TRY OUR CLASSES! AQUA AEROBICS BOOTCAMP CYCLE CYCLE 360

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GROUP FITNESS

KIDS FIT KETTLEBELLS MOMMY & ME PILATES SILVER SNEAKERS

TEXT ALERTS Get instant updates on group fitness classes, text WRCCGFIT to 84483.

TRX YOGA ZUMBA AND MORE! VISIT WESTRIVERCOMMUNITYCENTER.COM FOR A FULL GROUP FITNESS SCHEDULE.

STROLLER BOOTCAMP 6 WEEK PROGRAM! DAYS: Mon & Thur SESSION: June 3-July 18 (no classes July 1 & July 4) TIME: 8:30-9:30AM LOCATION: Leisure Park | 2015 Empire Rd FEE: $60.00 DESCRIPTION: Stroller Bootcamp will be led by ISSA Certified Personal Trainer & Group Fitness Instructor, Krystal Boggs. Stroller Bootcamp will be held 2 times a week for 6 weeks. It will take place outside (weather permitting), and incorporate different cardio & strength exercises. Strollers, dumbbells, mats, & other equipment will be used to achieve the most beneficial workout for the participant.

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FACILITY DESCRIPTIONS - PARK AMENITIES Amenities -Legend-

FIND A PARK

Bandshell beach access

park

Address

acres amenities

Baseball/SOFTBALL

1. All Seasons Park

1605 1st Ave E

4.55

Basketball

2. College Park

1474 2nd St W

0.64

3. Downtown Park

10 Sims St

0.40

4. Eagles Park

428 2nd Ave SW

10.0

cAMPFIRE

5. Eastside Complex

245 9th Ave E

2.0

Disc Golf

6. Fisher Park

825 19th St E

7.21

eLECTRICAL OUTLET

7. Gress Park

632 2nd Ave SE

0.50

8. Hillside Park

1125 10th St E

6.61

9. Hospital Park

175 9th St W

1.26

10. Jaycee Park

497 2nd St SE

16.0

Horseshoes

11. Kostelecky Park

1949 Prairie Ave

2.61

Lake/Pond/River

12. Leisure Park

2015 Empire Rd

42.0

Memorial

13. Lincoln Park

1084 2nd Ave E

0.75

14. Lions Park

3753 114th Ave SW

2.45

15. Memorial Park

801 5th Ave W

12.0

16. Optimist Park

731 6th St W

1.89

Primitive Campground

17. Pine Tree Park

733 2nd Ave W

1.00

RESERVABLE

18. Pleasant Valley Park

875 4th Ave E

1.26

Restroom

19. Pride Park

349 6th St SW

1.30

20. Rocky Butte Park

566 Fairway St

13.0

21. Roers Park

285 23rd Ave W

0.64

22. Simpson Park

555 3rd St E

0.66

Tennis/Pickleball

23. Suncrest Park

222 10th Ave E

0.63

Volleyball

24. Turtle Park

2352 Broadway W

12.4

WATER

25. Westend Park

187 South College Ave

0.64

Bike/HIKE Path Boating Boat launch

Fishing Fitness Area Golf Grills

Nature Area PICNIC TABLE Playground Pool (Indoor & Outdoor)

RV CAMPGROUND Shelter Skating Rink SOCCER

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Facility

Address

acres amenities

26. dakota Community bank & trust Ballpark

240 2nd St SE

27. Dickinson Dike

2302 Broadway W

28. Dickinson Dog Park

455 8th Ave SW

29. Gress Softball Complex

455 8th Ave SW

23.0

30. Heart River Golf Course

2510 8th St SW

110

31. Heart River Retreat

2475 Broadway W

32. Mustang Baseball Complex

2004 Fairway St

6.0

33. North Softball Complex

1600 Fairway St

7.21

34. Patterson Lake recreation area

3753 114th Ave SW 1438

35. STARK COUNTY VETERANS PAVILION

801 5th Ave W

36. West River Community Center

2004 Fairway St

37. West River Ice Center

1865 Empire Rd

38. wEST rIVER Skate Park

2015 Empire Rd

39. West River Soccer Complex

2015 Empire Rd

(ASTORIA & COKE FIELDS)

PA R K D I S T R I C T I N F O

FIND A FACILITY

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PI C N I C S H E LT E R R E S E R VAT I O N S Groups planning picnics can reserve Lions Park, Eagles Park, Jaycee Park, Turtle Park, Rocky Bu�e Park, Gress So�ball Complex, or the old Archery Range by calling Dickinson Parks & Recrea�on at 456-2074. Shelter reserva�ons may not be made more than 365 days in advance. A nonrefundable fee of $45.00 per shelter is required for all parks except Eagles Park and Lions Park, which requires a nonrefundable fee of $50.00 per shelter. Payment must be made at �me of reserva�on. This may be done during regular office hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Picnic bags (containing a volleyball, football, soccer ball, play ball, so�ball bat, 2 so�balls and 2 frisbees) are available for a rental fee of $5.00 per bag. Horseshoes and wind screens are also available upon request where applicable.

PA R K R U L E S • • • • • • •

Parks close at 10:00 pm Parks are tobacco free zones Glass containers are prohibited Overnight camping and parking are prohibited Vehicles are restricted to established roads and parking lots Pets must be leashed and cleaned up a�er All trash should be disposed of in designated garbage containers • It is illegal to carry a weapon into any park area • Comply with all North Dakota laws and City of Dickinson ordinances • Be courteous to other park users

F L I P T H E PA G E T O V I E W T H E M A P

Bathrooms All bathrooms are seasonal. ***SPECIAL NOTE*** The following bathrooms are only accessible through picnic shelter reservation: Eagles Park, Jaycee Park, Turtle Park, Rocky Butte Park and Gress Softball. A key will be provided one business day prior to the reservation date.

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DICKINSON PARKS & FA PARKS Downtown Park

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Eagles Park

5

Eastside Complex

6

Fisher Park

7

Gress Park

8

Hillside Park

9

Hospital Park

10

Jaycee Park

11

Kostelecky Park

12

Leisure Park

13

Lincoln Park

14

Lions Park

15

Memorial Park

16

Optimist Park

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Pine Tree Park

18

Pleasant Valley Park

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Pride Park

20

Rocky Butte Park

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Roers Park

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Simpson Park

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Suncrest Park

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Turtle Park

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Westend Park

OPTIMIST PARK VOTED BEST PARK IN DICKINSON EXIT 59 E 94

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Dakota Community Bank & Trust Ballpark

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Dickinson Dike

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Dickinson Dog Park

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Gress Softball Complex

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Heart River Golf Course

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Heart River Retreat

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Mustang Baseball Complex

33

North Softball Complex

34

Patterson Lake Recreation Area (Information Booth)

35

Veterans Memorial

36

West River Community Center

37

West River Ice Center

38

West River Skate Park

39

West River Soccer Complex

114TH AVE SW

ND HWY 10 / VILLARD ST W

30TH AVE SW

FACILITIES

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Game and Fish

Heart Rive 14

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Southside Boat Ramp

Patterson Lake 30

TRAIL DISTANCES Rocky Butte Park

.80 mile

Leisure Park

1.1 miles

Crooked Crane Trail

1.8 miles

plus 1 mile around the hospital at Patterson Lake

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Eagles Park

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• Pets must be leashed and please clean up after your pets • This is a tobacco free zone • Vehicles are restricted to established roads and parking lots • Please help keep our parks trash free • Overnight camping or parking is not allowed • It is illegal to carry a weapon into any park area • Please be courteous to other park users

parks and facilities details

• Comply with all North Dakota laws and City of Dickinson ordinances

REGISTER ONLINE AT DICKINSONPARKS.ORG

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

AQUATICS - LESSONS

REGISTRATION OPENS @ 12:00 PM ON THE FOLLOWING DATES Session 1 | May 28 - June 10 Registration Opens - May 6 @ 12:00 PM Session 2 | June 17- June 28 Registration Opens - May 28 @ 12:00 PM Session 3 | July 8 - July 19 Registration Opens - June 17 @ 12:00 PM Session 4 | July 29 - July Aug 9 Registration Opens - July 8 @ 12:00 PM

PRIVATE LESSONS AGES: LOCATION: FEE:

2004 GRAND OPENING PHOTO

SWIM LESSONS LEVELS/AGES: Pre-A | 3 yrs. - 5.99 yrs. Pre-B | 3 yrs. - 5.99 yrs. Pre-C | 3 yrs. - 5.99 yrs. Level 1 | 6 yrs. - 8.99 yrs. Level 2 | 6 yrs. - 13.99 yrs. Level 3 | 7 yrs. - 13.99 yrs. Level 4 | 8 yrs. - 13.99 yrs. Level 5 | 8 yrs. - 13.99 yrs.

3+ yrs. WRCC- Leisure/Lap Pool $62.00

DESCRIPTION: Private lessons are available to individuals age 3 to adult on a first come, first serve basis. Individual lessons consist of 4, 30 minute sessions taught by a certified Red Cross Water Safety Instructor. Specific days/times/months cannot be guaranteed and are based on instructor availability. Once registered you will be placed on a waiting list. If the waiting list is full, please check the list as often as you like until there is an opening. A name can only appear once on the waiting list WAITING LIST PROCESS: Please see details online at westrivercommunitycenter.com

LOCATION: WRCC - 2004 Fairway St. Leisure Pool - (Pre-A - Level 2) Lap Pool - (Level 3 - 5) FEE: $42.00

PARENT & ME LESSONS AGES: DAYS: SESSIONS:

DESCRIPTION: Lessons consist of 10 lessons (35 minutes each) that meet MondayFriday for two consecutive weeks. Lessons follow the American Red Cross Learn to Swim Program. To help select the appropriate level for your child please see the American Red Cross Level class descriptions located on page 21& 22. Only one session of lessons may be registered for at a time. To sign up for additional lessons you must first complete your current sessions, allowing you to register for the appropriate level. If you have any questions, call the Aquatics Facility Supervisor at 701-456-2074 or email Aquatics@dickinsonparks.org

6 months - 2.99 yrs. M, W & F Session 1 | June 10-21 | 12:00 -12:30 PM REGISTRATION OPENS - MAY 28 @ 12:00 PM

Session 2 | July 15-26 | 12:00 -12:30 PM

REGISTRATION OPENS - JULY 1 @ 12:00 PM

LOCATION: FEE:

WRCC- Leisure Pool $42.00

DESCRIPTION: These classes are designed to encourage parent/child learning and water adjustment in a safe and positive setting. Parents accompany their children at all times while an experienced instructor guides parents in teaching their children fundamental safety and aquatic skills. Parent/child classes are excellent opportunities for children to begin transitioning to the preschool swim program (see parent & me class description on pg 21).

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

FLIP T H E PA G E TO S IS RIG EE WH H T FO R A YO U R K T L E V E L IDS!

LESSON SCHEDULE FIND SESSION 1 SESSION 2 YOUR May 28-June 10 June 17 - June 28 TIME > PRE-SCHOOL A PRE-SCHOOL A

SESSION 3

SESSION 4

July 8 – July 19

July 29 – August 9

8:00 – 8:35 AM 9:20 – 9:55 AM 10:00 – 10:35 AM 5:30 – 6:05 PM

10:00 – 10:35 AM 10:40 – 11:15 AM

PRE-SCHOOL A 8:40 – 9:15 AM 10:40 – 11:15 AM

PRE-SCHOOL A 8:00 – 8:35 AM 11:20 – 11:55 AM

PRE-SCHOOL B 8:00 – 8:35 AM 8:40 – 9:15 AM 10:40 – 11:15 AM 6:10 – 6:45 PM

PRE-SCHOOL B 8:00 – 8:35 AM 11:20 – 11:55 AM

PRE-SCHOOL B 9:20 – 9:55 AM 10:00 – 10:35 AM

PRE-SCHOOL B 8:40 – 9:15 AM 9:20 – 9:55 AM 10:40 – 11:15 AM

PRE-SCHOOL C 9:20 – 9:55 AM 11:20 – 11:55 AM

PRE-SCHOOL C 8:40 – 9:15 AM 9:20 – 9:55 AM 10:40 – 11:15 AM

PRE-SCHOOL C 8:00 – 8:35 AM 11:20 – 11:55 AM

PRE-SCHOOL C 10:00 – 10:35 AM 11:20 – 11:55 AM

LEVEL 1 8:40 – 9:15 AM 10:00 – 10:35 AM 10:40 – 11:15 AM 11:20 – 11:55 AM 5:30 – 6:05 PM 6:10 – 6:45 PM

LEVEL 1 8:00 – 8:35 AM 10:00 – 10:35 AM 11:20 – 11:55 AM

LEVEL 1 10:00 – 10:35 AM 10:40 – 11:15 AM 11:20 – 11:55 AM

LEVEL 1 8:40 – 9:15 AM 9:20 – 9:55 AM 10:00 – 10:35 AM 10:40 – 11:15 AM

LEVEL 2 8:40 – 9:15 AM 9:20 – 9:55 AM 10:00 – 10:35 AM 10:40 – 11:15 AM 11:20 – 11:55 AM

LEVEL 2 8:00 – 8:35 AM 9:20 – 9:55 AM 10:00 – 10:35 AM 10:40 – 11:15 AM 11:20 – 11:55 AM

LEVEL 2 8:00 – 8:35 AM 10:00 – 10:35 AM 10:40 - 11:15 AM 11:20 - 11:55 AM

LEVEL 3 8:40 – 9:15 AM 5:30 – 6:05 PM

LEVEL 3 8:00 – 8:35 AM

LEVEL 3 8:00 – 8:35 AM 8:40 – 9:15 AM

LEVEL 3 8:40 – 9:15 AM

LEVEL 4 9:20 – 9:55 AM

LEVEL 4 9:20 – 9:55 AM

LEVEL 4 9:20 – 9:55 AM

LEVEL 4 8:00 – 8:35 AM

LEVEL 5 8:00 – 8:35 AM

LEVEL 5 8:40 – 9:15 AM

LEVEL 5 8:40 – 9:15 AM

LEVEL 5 9:20 – 9:55 AM

LEVEL 2 10:00 – 10:35 AM 10:40 – 11:15 AM 11:20 – 11:55 AM 6:10 – 6:45 PM

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

AQUATICS - SKILLS CHART SWIMMING AND WATER SAFETY SKILLS CHART Parent and Me Aquatics Builds basic water safety skills for both parents and children, helping infants and young children ages 6 months to about 3 years become comfortable in the water so they are willing and ready to learn to swim. These basic skills include adjusting to the water environment, showing comfort while maintaining a front or back position in the water and demonstrating breath control, including blowing bubbles or voluntarily submerging under water.

Preschool Aquatics Gives young children about ages 4 and 5 a positive, developmentally appropriate aquatic learning experience that emphasizes water safety, survival and foundational swimming concepts. Skills are age-appropriate, helping participants achieve success on a regular basis while in a class environment with their peers. LEVEL A Helps participants feel comfortable in the water and enjoy the water safely. • Enter and exit water using ladder, steps or side • Blowing bubbles through mouth and nose • Submerging mouth, nose and eyes • Open eyes under water and retrieve submerged objects • Front glide and recover to a vertical position • Back float and recover to a vertical position

• Back glide • Roll from front to back and back to front • Treading with arm and hand actions • Alternating and simultaneous leg actions on front and back • Alternating and simultaneous arm actions on front and back • Combined arm and leg actions on front and back

• Staying safe around aquatic environments • Recognizing the lifeguards • Don’t just pack it, wear your jacket • Recognizing an emergency • How to call for help • Too much sun is no fun

LEVEL B Builds on the skills learned in Level 1 and gives participants success with fundamental skills, such as floating and basic locomotion. • Enter water by stepping in • Exit water using ladder, steps or side • Bobbing • Open eyes under water and retrieve submerged objects • Front and back floats and glides • Recover from a front and back float or glide to a vertical position

• Roll from front to back and back to front • Tread water using arm and leg actions • Combined arm and leg actions on front and back • Finning arm action on back • Staying safe around aquatic environments • Recognizing the lifeguards

• Don’t just pack it, wear your jacket • Recognizing an emergency • How to call for help • Too much sun is no fun

LEVEL C Builds on the skills in Level 2 and improves participants’ coordination of simultaneous arm and leg actions and alternating arm and leg actions. • Enter water by jumping in • Fully submerging and holding breath • Bobbing • Front, jellyfish and tuck floats • Back float and glide • Recover from a front and back float or glide to a vertical position

• Change direction of travel while swimming on front or back • Tread water using arm and leg actions • Combined arm and leg actions on front and back • Finning arm action on back • Staying safe around aquatic environments • Don’t just pack it, wear your jacket

• Recognizing an emergency • How to call for help • Too much sun is no fun • Look before you leap • Think so you don’t sink • Reach or throw, don’t go

Throughout all levels, children are led through a progressive, multiphase program in learning the building blocks of swimming. Class placement in this program is based on your child’s water skills. Skill evaluations are conducted on the first day of class to ensure that your child is in the appropriate program level. If you are not certain of your child’s ability, you may contact the Aquatic Supervisor to discuss your child’s skills. PRESCHOOL CLASSES are not a prerequisite to Level 1. Preschool classes are meant to get children comfortable in the water and emphasize water safety. If your child is 6 or older and has not had lessons before, they should start with Level 1.

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Based on a logical, five-level progression that helps swimmers about 6+ years old and adults develop their water safety, survival and swimming skills. It is designed to give participants a positive learning experience. LEVEL 1: INTRODUCTION TO WATER SKILLS Helps participants feel comfortable in the water. • Enter and exit water using ladder, steps or side • Blow bubbles through mouth and nose • Bobbing • Open eyes under water and retrieve submerged objects • Front and back glides and back float • Recover to vertical position from a front glide and back float or glide

• Roll from front to back and back to front • Tread water using arm and hand actions • Alternating and simultaneous leg actions on front and back • Alternating and simultaneous arm actions on front and back • Combined arm and leg actions on front and back • Staying safe around aquatic environments • Recognizing the lifeguards

• Don’t just pack it, wear your jacket • Recognizing an emergency • How to call for help • Too much sun is no fun

YOUTH PROGRAMS

Learn-to-Swim

LEVEL 2: FUNDAMENTAL AQUATIC SKILLS Gives participants success with fundamental skills. • Enter water by stepping or jumping from the side • Exit water using ladder, steps or side • Fully submerge and hold breath • Bobbing • Open eyes under water and retrieve submerged objects • Front, jellyfish and tuck floats • Front and back glides and back float

• Recover from a front and back float or glide to a vertical position • Roll from front to back and back to front • Change direction of travel while swimming on front or back • Tread water using arm and leg actions • Combined arm and leg actions on front and back • Finning arm action on back • Staying safe around aquatic environments

• Don’t just pack it, wear your jacket • Recognizing an emergency • How to call for help • Too much sun is no fun • Look before you leap • Think so you don’t sink • Reach or throw, don’t go

LEVEL 3: STROKE DEVELOPMENT Builds on the skills in Level 2 through additional guided practice in deeper waters. • Enter water by jumping from the side • Headfirst entry from the side in sitting and kneeling positions • Bobbing while moving toward safety • Rotary breathing • Survival float

• Back float • Change from vertical to horizontal position on front and back • Tread water • Push off in a streamlined position then begin flutter and dolphin kicks on front • Front crawl and elementary backstroke

• Scissors kick • Reach or throw, don’t go • Think twice before going near cold water or ice • Look before you leap

LEVEL 4: STROKE IMPROVEMENT Develops confidence in the skills learned and improves other aquatic skills. • Head first entry from the side in compact and stride positions • Swim under water • Feet first surface dive • Survival swimming

• Front crawl and backstroke open turns • Tread water using 2 different kicks • Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly • Push off in a streamlined position then begin flutter and dolphin kicks on back

• Reach or throw, don’t go • Recreational water illnesses • Think so you don’t sink • Look before you leap

LEVEL 5: STROKE REFINEMENT Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes. • Shallow-angle dive from the side • Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke • Tuck and pike surface dives • Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming • Tread water

• Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly • Standard scull • How to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR • Recreational water illnesses

• Reach or throw, don’t go • Look before you leap • Think so you don’t sink • Think twice before going near cold water or ice • Wave, tide or ride, follow the guide

The American Red Cross offers a comprehensive, developmentally appropriate swimming and water safety program that teaches you, your child or other family members how to swim skillfully and safely, and think and act safely in, on and around the water. The prerequisite for each level is the successful demonstration of skills from the preceding level, except for Level 1, which has no prerequisites.

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

ART- MINI MONDAY ART | SUMMER ART

CHECK OUT THESE OPPORTUNITIES!

Our youth programs are

designed to educate kids in health and wellness and encourage active play. This summer we hope you find multiple programs that will challenge and excite your child to keep playing! Please visit our website for additional information and guidelines for all of our programs. DON’T MISS FREE JULY ACTIVITY MONTH

SUMMER ART AGES:

6-12 YRS.

DAYS:

M, T, W, TH

LOCATION:

West River Ice Center

FEE:

$32.00 PER SESSION

DESCRIPTION: Expand your child’s creativity through participating

MINI MONDAY ART

in our youth art classes. There will be a total of four 2 week sessions available for sign up, each with unique goals and projects.

AGES:

2-5 YRS.

DATES:

Session 1: June 3, 10, 17, 24

Session 2: July 8, 15, 22, 29

TIME:

10:00 -11:00 AM

LOCATION:

West River Community Center

FEE:

$20.00 PER SESSION ($6.00 WALK-INS)

NEW

DESCRIPTION: Come and get messy and leave us to the clean-up! Children will be using different craft supplies to make themed crafts. They will have the chance to increase their sensory and fine motor skills through making their creations. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Students will gain essential skills while discovering basic art theory,the relevance of form, and importance of individual creative expression. Projects created within each session will be brought home by students upon completion. Summer Art is sponsored in part by Key Energy Services. Session 1: June 3 -13

Session 3: July 8 - 18

9:00-10:15 AM 6-8 YRS.

9:00 AM-10:15 AM 6-8 YRS.

10:30-11:45 AM 9-12 YRS.

10:30 AM-11:45 AM 9-12 YRS.

Session 2: June 17 - 27

Session 4: July 22 - August 1

9:00-10:15 AM 9-12 YRS.

9:00 AM-10:15 AM 9-12 YRS.

10:30-11:45 AM 6-8 YRS.

10:30 AM-11:45 AM 6-8 YRS.

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FITNESS YOUTH PROGRAMS

PROGRAM REGISTRATION APRIL 24 AT NOON

LEARN TO BELAY

VISIT DICKINSONPARKS.ORG FOR MORE INFO AGES:

16+ YRS

DATES:

April 15 & 17

May 21 & 23

June 18 & 20

TIMES:

7:00 – 9:00 PM each session

LOCATION:

WRCC Rock Wall / 2004 Fairway St

FEE:

$15.00

DESCRIPTION: Classes are for anyone age 16+, who wants to become a certified belayer. Being certified allows you to climb the wall during open climb hours.

TOT LOT TUESDAY

FITNESS ORIENTATION CLASS AGES:

12-16 YRS.

DATES:

April 24 | May 22 | June 26

July 24 | Aug 28 |Sept 25

TIME:

4:00 - 4:45 PM

LOCATION:

West River Community Center

FEE:

$10.00

DESCRIPTION: Participants will learn how to properly use our cardio and strength machines and equipment from one of our certified personal trainers. Be able to use the fitness

NEW

AGES:

4 YRS AND YOUNGER

DATES:

July 9,16, 23, & 30

TIME:

10:00 -11:30 AM

LOCATION:

Grassy area on north side of WRCC

FEE:

FREE

DESCRIPTION: Children will have the opportunity to be outdoors. Our staff will have creative and fun weekly themes that will encourage free play and will also Include games and simple crafts. Children must be supervised by an adult.

equipment without parental supervision after successful completion of this class.

KIDS FIT

SPORTS & FITNESS MIXER AGES:

5-8 YRS & 9-12 YRS. Tuesday’s & Thursday’s

AGES:

3-5 YRS.

DATES:

DATES:

Wednesday’s

June 4 – August 1

TIME:

9:15 -10:00 AM

TIME:

1:30 - 3:30 PM

LOCATION:

WRCC MAC Gym

LOCATION:

West River Community Center

Youth WRCC membership or $3.00 drop-in

FEE:

$80.00

FEE:

DESCRIPTION: Kids will learn about their muscle groups while

DESCRIPTION: Keep your child active and healthy in this fun

doing fun activities such as marching in place to warm up,

EIGHT week program! We will introduce your child to a variety

leaping like a frog, stomping like a rabbit, and other fun

of activities from sports, active games, fitness activities and

activities. Parents must accompany children and be present

nutrition education. Learn how to be a team player while

during class.

building new athletic skills.

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

CROSS COUNTRY | GOLF | PLAY PARK

MAKE THIS SUMMER FUN!

This year’s theme for Park and Recreation Month is Game On! So, start lacing up your fun shoes and get ready to get in the game this July.

ELEMENTARY CROSS COUNTRY MEETS

HEART RIVER GOLF ACADEMY AGES:

7-15 YRS.

DAYS:

Monday’s & Thursday’s

SESSION 1:

June 3, 6,10 & 13

SESSION 2:

June 17, 20, 24 & 27

SESSION 3:

July 8,11,15 & 18, July 22, 25, 29 & Aug 1

P R I VAT E GOLF LESSONS AVA I L A B L E

AGES:

Gr. K-2 / Gr. 3-4 / Gr. 5-6

SESSION 4:

DATES:

Aug. 28, Sept. 4, 11, 18, 25

TIMES:

9:00 – 10:00 AM 7-11 YRS.

REGISTRATION: 3:45 PM day of event Gress Complex

10:30 AM – 12:00 PM 12-15 YRS.

TIME:

4:30 PM

LOCATION:

Heart River Golf Course

LOCATION:

Gress Softball Complex

FEE:

7-11 YRS. $25.00

FEE:

Free

12-15 YRS. $30.00

DESCRIPTION:

Running order: Gr. K-2 (1/2 mile)

DESCRIPTION: HRGC Head Golf Pro, Mike Rademaker, PGA, will

Gr. 3-4 (1/2 mile) Gr. 5-6 (1 mile)

be conducting junior lessons. Instruction will involve short game, driving range, and golf course etiquette.

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SAFETY CITY | T-BALL | TENNIS AGES:

4-8 YRS. (Age 4 by the session end date)

DAYS:

M, T, W, TH

TIME:

9:30 AM- 12:00 PM

SESSION 1:

June 3-13

SESSION 2:

June 17-27

SESSION 3:

July 8-18

SESSION 4:

July 22-August 1

LOCATION:

Optimist Park

FEE:

$32.00 – 2 week session

PLAY PARK IS FUNDED IN PART BY THE OPTIMIST CLUB OF DICKINSON.

DESCRIPTION: Themes will be incorporated for the week along with interactive games and crafts. Children will have the opportunity to play on the playground equipment, interact with other children and enjoy fun structured activities while being supervised. This park location has two shelters, large trees for

PROGRAMS

shade, two play equipment areas. SUPPLIES NEEDED: Snack and water bottle

YOUTH PROGRAMS

PLAY PARK

T-BALL AGES:

5-6 YRS. (as of May 1, 2019)

DAYS:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

SESSION:

July 8 – August 7

TIME:

4:00 – 4:55 PM | 6 YRS.

5:05 – 6:00 PM | 5 YRS.

LOCATION:

North Complex |1600 Fairway Street

FEE: $32.00 DESCRIPTION: T-Ball is an introductory (coed) program to the game of baseball at its most basic level. Players will be introduced to the basic skills of throwing, catching, hitting, and running the bases. Participants will hit off the batting tee for entire program.

TENNIS

SAFETY CITY AGE:

4-6 YRS. (must be 4 by session end date)

AGES:

6-11 YRS. (age 6 by the session end date)

DAYS:

Monday - Thursday

DAYS:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

SESSION:

June 17 –June 27

SESSION 1:

June 3 – June 26

TIMES:

9:00 - 11:30 AM or 1:00 - 3:30 PM

SESSION 2:

July 8 – July 31

LOCATION:

West River Ice Center

TIME:

9:30 – 10:25 AM | 9-11 YRS.

FEES:

$40.00

10:35 – 11:30 AM | 6-8 YRS.

DEADLINE:

June 11

LOCATION:

Dickinson High School Outdoor Courts

DESCRIPTION: Dickinson Parks and Recreation will be offering

FEE:

$32.00

a comprehensive safety education program sponsored in

DESCRIPTION: Help your child get into the SWING of things. In

part by the Kiwanis Club and Key Energy Services. Children

this introductory tennis program, participants will experience

will practice “real life” safety situations in a miniature “city.”

the basic fundamental skills associated with the game of tennis

Children will have fun learning about safety in the following

in a fun, non-competitive learning environment. Dickinson

areas: Fire, animal, bicycle, railroad crossings, electrical,

Parks and Recreation will provide a racquet for each participant

poison control, school buses, stranger danger, safety belts,

in need of one during lessons.

as well as farm and water. Special guests will make appearances each day to implement the safety of things around us. Students will practice riding bikes and crossing streets in a miniature city setting.

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

BASKETBALL | FOOTBALL | SOFTBALL

Our adult programs are a

GREAT SUMMER ACTIVITIES!

fun way to stay active and healthy. There are a variety of leagues and programs to choose from for all ages. Try one out today! All players interested in forming a team must fill out registration forms, available at dickinsonparks.org

3X3 MEN’S BASKETBALL LEAGUE AGE:

Men 18+ YRS.

H.S. Students are ineligible

REG DEADLINE: Sept 4, 2019 SEASON:

Sept 25 – Nov 20, 2019

NIGHT OF PLAY: Wed. PLAYER FEE:

$38.00

SPONSOR FEE:

$85.00

SOFTBALL LEAGUE 5X5X5 AGE:

18+ YRS.

H.S. Students are ineligible

REG DEADLINE: July 9, 2019 SEASON:

July 31 – Sept 11, 2019

NIGHT OF PLAY: Wed

LOCATION: TBD DESCRIPTION: Competitive ½ court league play in a recreational setting! Participation in this program is a great way to jump start refining your basketball skills for the full court winter season.

PLAYER FEE:

$30.00

SPONSOR FEE:

$65.00

LOCATION:

Gress Softball Complex|455 8th Ave SW

DESCRIPTION: An exciting new format to play softball with less number of players required on a team. Three

FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE

teams will compete against each other in the same game. Playing rotation: Team #1 Batting – Team #2 in Outfield + Pitcher – Team #3 in Infield + catcher.

AGE:

Men 18+ YRS.

H.S. Students are ineligible

REG DEADLINE: Aug. 15, 2019

UNIFIED SOFTBALL

SEASON:

This program is structured for those individuals with

Sept. 12 – Oct. 13, 2019

NIGHT OF PLAY: Thurs. & Sun.

disabilities, in conjunction with individuals desiring to

PLAYER FEE:

$38.00

assist and interact with the individual with a disability and

SPONSOR FEE:

$85.00

those without. Anyone interested in participating in this

LOCATION:

Gress Softball Complex | 455 8th Ave SW

program may contact program coordinator Rosie Jahner

DESCRIPTION: Organized competitive league play in 6x6 flag

(701-290-5328).

football. This is a high energy non-contact league played on a 60 yard field, providing players with a great cardio workout

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NEW

experience.

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SOFTBALL | VOLLEYBALL

SAND VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE AGE:

16+ YRS.

REG DEADLINE: April 23, 2019 SEASON:

May 28 – July 23, 2019

NIGHT OF PLAY: Tuesday

All entry fees must accompany completed registration forms by the program deadline.

PLAYER FEE:

$40.00

SPONSOR FEE:

$90.00

LOCATION:

Turtle Park|2352 West Broadway

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

VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE

DESCRIPTION: Competitive league play in a recreational setting! Participation in this league is a great way to enjoy some outdoor interaction with your peers on a beautiful summer evening. NEW Pole System – Keeps Nets Tight!

FALL VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE AGE:

18+ yrs. H.S. Students are ineligible

REG DEADLINE: Aug 14, 2019 SEASON:

Sept 11 – Nov 25, 2019

NIGHT OF PLAY: Coed|Monday Women|Wednesday PLAYER FEE:

$40.00

SPONSOR FEE:

$90.00

LOCATION:

Area gyms

DESCRIPTION: Competitive league play in a recreational setting! BUMP up your energy level with participation in the sport of volleyball.

SOFTBALL UMPIRES If you are interested in umpiring for the 2019 season please contact Wilson prior to the registration meeting @ 701-456-2074. All umpires are required to be USA Softball sanctioned and wear USA Softball uniform apparel. DPR does training and registration of all umpires. Umpire Registration Meeting: April 17, 2019 @ 6:00 PM | DPR Office

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

POTLUCK CLUB | WALKING CHALLENGE

KEEP CHALLENGING YOURSELF! POTLUCK CLUB AGES:

50+ YRS.

DATES:

MAY 21

TIME:

11:05 AM

LOCATION:

WRCC | Community Room #1

FEE:

FREE

DESCRIPTION: Welcoming all SilverSneakers members and friends to this social event! Enjoy good conversation, food, refreshments and prizes. Please bring a dish to pass. Learn about other upcoming health and wellness opportunities offered at the West River Community Center.

SILVER SNEAKER 100 MILE WALKING CHALLENGE AGES:

50+ YRS.

DATES:

June 3-August 9

REG DEADLINE: June 1 LOCATION:

WRCC | Community Room #1

FEE:

FREE

DESCRIPTION: Challenge yourself to walk 100 miles! Walk inside or outside and keep track of miles walked on provided log sheet at the West River Community Center Control Desk. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd

DON’T MISS NOURISHING GENERATIONS COMING BACK IN THE FALL!

and 3rd place. NOTE: Silver Sneakers Pot Luck, Tuesday, May 21 will be the kick off to the Silver Sneaker 100 Mile Walking Challenge. Please bring a dish to pass. Learn about upcoming health and wellness opportunities.

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TRACK & FIELD | SUMMER KICK OFF | NRPA FAMILY DAY

EVENTS

R E M M SUCK OFF KI

BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY!

POO

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TY

FREE FOR MEMBERS OR DAILY FEE

1st day of summer

CELEBRATE WITH US MUSIC . DOOR PRIZES . FRESH FOOD

JUNE

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12:00 PM - 7:00 PM GRILLING 3:00PM-7:00 PM

WRCC OUTDOOR POOL 2004 FAIRWAY ST. DICKINSON, ND 58601

WWW.WESTRIVERCOMMUNITYCENTER.COM

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BANDSHELL SUMMER CONCERT SERIES EVENTS

Sponsored By:

TUESDAY NIGHTS @ 7:00 PM JUNE 11 | DACOTA BREEZE BAND

In honor of Flag Day, BSA Troop 32 will be conducting a public flag retirement ceremony beginning at 6:30 -7:00p.m. This ceremony honors the American flag by properly disposing of a flag which is no longer fit for use. All are invited to join in publicly honoring the American flag, and in turn, all those who have served under it. The Troop will be collecting flags in need of retirement. These will be retired at a future event in cooperation with the American Legion.

JOIN US FOR FREE LIVE MUSIC

JUNE 18 | SHOWDOWN JUNE 25 | PAUL FAMILY BLUE GRASS JULY 2

| TONEDEVIL BROTHERS

JULY 9

| RYAN KEPLIN

JULY 16

| THUNDER AND RAIN

JULY 23

| DAKOTA NIGHTS

JULY 30

| NU-BLU

AUG 6

| BRYAN ERHARDT

AUG 13

| THE TALBOTT BROTHERS

Concert line up Concerts will be held at 7:00 pm line-up is subject to change-watch our website and our facebook page for updates

Inclement Weather The West River Ice Center, 1865 Empire Rd will be our backup location.

Concessions Available each week by Relay for Life

Become A Sponsor Call program supervisor, Alissa Karsky, at the DPR office 701.456.2074

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EVENTS

SPLASH BASH| BEACH PARTY | SWIM WITH THE BIG STICKS

SUMMER 2019

JUNE

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OPEN TO THE

• FREE ADMISSION

1-5 P.M.

• FREE HOTDOGS

COMMUNITY

WRCC OUTDOOR POOL

• LIVE DJ

Presented by:

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free event

THURSDAY JULY 18, 2019 2PM - 4PM

COME JOIN US FOR SOME FUN 2004 FAIRWAY ST THE BASEBALL TEAM WILL BE TAKING PICTURES WITH FANS, SIGNING AUTOGRAPHS, AND SWIMMING ALL AFTERNOON. WE WILL HAVE DOOR PRIZES FOR SOME GAME TICKETS AND MEMORABILIA, ALONG WITH ICE CREAM AND OTHER ACTIVITIES!


FREE ACTIVITIES | SWIM UNDER THE STARS | PRE-CHALK PARTY

EVENTS

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EVENTS

POOCH POOL PARTY | PUNT PASS KICK | TRIATHLON

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CHALK WALK

CHALK WALK

EVENTS

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get ready...set..create! We will provide the chalk, and you provide the inspiration! Special entertainment, artists and local vendors will be at the Bandshell during the event. We look forward to seeing you there! Art Advocates Squares of sidewalk are available for art students that are interested in creating pieces of art in different locations throughout the park area for the public to view during the event. Art teachers and professors can contact our office to let us know how many students will be participating in order for squares to be reserved for the event. Artists are welcome to create their pieces prior to the event time. Collaborative chalk Competition Squares of sidewalk are also available to purchase for $50.00 as part of our businesses’ competition to create a piece of art as a team.

FREE AUG 16, 2019 4PM - 7PM PHIL PATTERSON BANDSHELL | 801 5TH ST W VISIT DICKINSONPARKS.ORG

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TOURNAMENTS

BASEBALL | DISC GOLF | SOFTBALL | GOLF

STAY COMPETITIVE BASEBALL

SOFTBALL MILLER LITE DIVISION: DATE: REG DEADLINE: LOCATION: FEE:

Men & Women July 13 & July 14 July 2, 2019 Gress Softball Complex | 455 8th Ave SW Men - $160 | Women - $140

MEN’S STATE REC 4-WEST

9 YR. OLD CAL RIPKEN

DATE: LOCATION:

STATE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT DATE: July 11-14, 2019 TIME: Check tournament brackets listed at dickinsonparks.org LOCATION: Mustang Baseball Complex | 2004 Fairway St DESCRIPTION: The winner of this tournament will advance on to the 9 Yr. Old Cal Ripken Midwest Plains Regional Tournament July 17-21 in Frontenac, KS.

Aug 17 & 18 Gress Softball Complex | 455 8th Ave SW

LAST CHANCE DIVISIONS: Men: R3-R4 |Women: R2-R3 DATE: Sun. Aug 25, 2019 ENTRY DEADLINE: Tues. Aug 13, 2019 TIME: Check tournament brackets listed on dickinsonparks.org LOCATION: Gress Softball Complex | 455 8th Ave SW FEE: $140 | 3 game guarantee

10 YR. OLD CAL RIPKEN MIDWEST PLAINS REGIONAL BASEBALL TOURNAMENT DATE: July 17-21, 2019 TIME: Check tournament brackets listed on dickinsonparks.org LOCATION: Mustang Baseball Complex|2004 Fairway St DESCRIPTION: This tournament’s participants consist of the Dickinson Host Team and state champions of ND, MN, KS, CO, MO & NE. The winner of this tournament will advance on to the 10 Yr. Old Cal Ripken World Series Tournament August 1-8 in Phenix City, AL.

DISC GOLF ROCKY BUTTE SPRING FLING DIVISION:

Open to all ages and skill levels

DATES:

May 5, 2019

LOCATION:

Memorial Park | 801 5th Ave W

Rocky Butte Park |566 Fairway St

BADLANDS OPEN DIVISIONS:

Open to all ages and skill levels

DATE

July 13-14, 2019

LOCATION:

Patterson Lake

REGISTRATION:

Contact Darrell Nodland | 701-290-8893

Heart River Shootout JUNE 14 & 15

Kevin Bergman Labor Day Classic AUGUST 31, SEPTEMBER 1 & 2

Men’s Club Championship JULY 27, 28

Last Chance OCTOBER 5

dwnodland@marathonoil.com

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OUTSIDE GROUPS

Dickinson High School Boys & Girls Future Stars Basketball Camps The goal for this camp is to improve each camper’s individual basketball skills (both offensively and defensively), learn how to work and play as a team, develop social skills, and to enhance sportsmanship while competing. This goal will be accomplished through individual and team instruction, contests, 3on3 games and full court games. Camp Dates: Grades:

May 28, 29, and 30 1st - 4th – 10:00-11:30 am | Fee: $50 (includes camp t-shirt) | Dickinson Middle School 5th - 8th – 1:00-3:00 pm | Fee: $60 (includes camp t-shirt) | Dickinson High School

Registration: Forms can be found on the Dickinson HS and Dickinson Middle School Web Pages. Registration forms will be handed out to DPS Elementary Schools in April. Forms can be mailed to Dickinson High School Attn: James Hayden 979 13th Ave. West Dickinson, ND 58601 Questions: Contact Coach Brent Wolf at 701-590-0068, bwolf@dpsnd.org Coach James Hayden at 701-456-0030, jhayden@dpsnd.org.

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OUTSIDE GROUPS

Join us for our summer camps and experience Cinderella’s Day at the Ball Walk on the Wild Side Ceccheti Technique Classes We are offering camps in June, July, and August For more information visit our website: academyofdancend.com email: academyofdance89@gmail.com call: 701-227-4970 Committed to Excellence 40 REGISTER ONLINE AT DICKINSONPARKS.ORG


OUTSIDE GROUPS

2019

Youth Flag Football

3rd - 4th grade flag football league designed to attract youth to the

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2019 BADLANDS BOWL 6:00 PM CONNORS STADIUM | s 3RD sT | MILES CITY, MT

sport of football; teach them the skills and fundamentals to play the game and teach sportmanship.

TACKLE FOOTBALL:

5th - 6th grade tackle football league focuses on teaching the fundamentals of the game and gives a solid foundation to tackle football. Games are played Saturday mornings at the DHS practice ďŹ eld. Check out our website and Facebook page for information on registration.

DYFL Contacts:

Facebook: Dickinson Youth Football League dickinsonyouthfootball.com dixfootball@gmail.com Amber Berg 307-751-3906 Nick Dressler 701-290-6131

2 0 1 9 S u m m e r C a m p P r o g r a m s

R e g i s t e r O n l i n e T o d a y !

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5th Annual Run/Walk

Date: Saturday, June 1, 2019 Time: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Ages: 12 years and younger Location: Dickinson Dike / Turtle Park

13 Mile Bike Race Half Marathon Half Marathon Relay

2019

Kids Fishing Derby is held in conjunction with the

Kids Race The events all finish at Gress Softball Complex. The Half Marathon, Half Marathon Relay and 13 Mile Bike Race start off 116th on the Crooked Crane Trail.

North Dakota free fishing weekend and is offered free of charge, sponsored by the Bureau of Land Management, US Forest Service and the Southwest

Follow us on Facebook, check out our website or register at www.runsignup.com

OUTSIDE GROUPS

Kids Fishing Derby

Anglers. Prizes and awards will be given out and a free lunch will be served.

For more information on the race,

registration, volunteering, training run group or sponsoring contact: Crystal at dalefkilweinmemorialrun@gmail.com

www.dalefkilweinmemorialrun.com

Service Printers, Dickinson

For more information contact

Curt Decker at 701-227-7822.

Dickinson Gymnastic Club Dickinson High School (979 13 Ave. West) Phone: 701-456-0011 Director: Kent Van Ells Summer Session Begins: Monday, June 3

Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Wednesday:

Tiny Tots (3 & 4 yrs) 1:00-1:40 pm 6:00-6:40 pm 10:00-10:40 am 6:00-6:40 pm

1:45-2:25 pm 6:45-7:25 pm 10:45-11:25 am 6:45-7:25 pm

Levels 2 & 3 (Beginners) Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Wednesday:

1:00-1:55 pm 6:00-6:55 pm 10:00-10:55 am 6:00-6:55 pm

1:45-2:40 pm 6:45-7:40 pm 10:45-11:40 am 6:45-7:40 pm

Levels 4, 5 & 6 (Int.-adv.) Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Wednesday:

Introduction to Judo for Juniors

1:45-2:40 pm 6:45-7:40 pm 10:45-11:40 am 6:45-7:40 pm

FEES for ENTIRE Summer Session:

Tiny Tots Beg. & Int. 1 lesson per week ……………$84.00 ……………….$96.00 2 lessons per week …………$160.00 ………………$182.00 3 lessons per week …………$236.00 ………………$270.00 $20.00 Annual Family Membership Family Rates: 1st child regular fee. Each additional child 10% off.

Registration: Class size will be capped this year to ensure quality instruction. Registration closes May 17th. Register forms available by contacting us. There will be a uniform sizing and pickup at the DHS Wrestling Room Thursday, May 30th from 7:00-8:30pm. Dates: May 30th-June 27th 2019 Days: Regular Class: Tuesday and Thursday Evenings Advanced Class: Monday Evening Time: 7:00-8:30 pm Ages: 5 to adult Fees: $20.00/person plus uniform required Location: DHS Wrestling Room *Gentle Ways Inc. is a non-profit organization. All instructors are volunteers.

For more information contact: Nick lamber 483-4329 Jeff Ficek 227-8710 roughriderjudo.com Facebook: Roughrider Judo Club

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OUTSIDE GROUPS

DICKINSON HOCKEY CLUB Come out and play the Coolest & fastest Team sport in the world!

A Un iverse of Stories

Learn to Play sessions for 4-12yr olds will start in August!!! June 2nd from 1-4pm

Hockey Mini season for players born 2013 & younger will start October 1, 2019 and all other age levels will start on October 21, 2019.

We will be kicking off our    Summer Reading Program with a Bouncy castle, games, photo booth, music, and much more!

Free and open to all ages, zero - adult! Sign-up at the library main              level circulation                           Desk.

Win prizes      for reading! And participate in summer reading program events!

We are looking to hire experienced coaches for the 2019/20 Season!!!

For more information contact Dallas Kuntz dickinsonhockey@ndsupernet.com or check out our website at

Dickinson Area Public Library

dickinsonhockey.com

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www.dickinsonlibrary.org


Special Olympics is a year-round sports training and competition program for people with intellectual disabilities 8 years old and above. The following is a list of sports offered:

“To Develop a Dynamic Swim Team”

Splash Week! April 29th-May 2nd, 2019

Ages: 6 -18 Time: 6pm to 7pm Location: West River Community Center Lap Pool Cost: FREE Learn to Fly with the

Dickinson Dolphins Swim Team!

• Unified Soccer • Weightlifting • Bowling • Basketball • Swimming • Track • Field • Unified Volleyball • Winter Sports

OUTSIDE GROUPS

Special Olympics

Special Olympics is a volunteer organization. Anyone interested in helping or coaching Special Olympics, or if you know any individual who may want to participate, please contact: Ken Stockert (Area 12 Director) Phone: 701- 290-8840 or Special Olympics North Dakota: 1-800-279-4201 Email: area12so@yahoo.com

Long Course Swim Season: May 20th to July 26th If you enjoy swimming and want to learn new skills and build endurance come check us out during Splash Week! During Splash Week youth swim for FREE and swimming skills will be evaluated to ensure the swimmer is able to complete swim team workouts through Long Course Swim Season. It’s FUN to go off the Deep End with the Dolphins!

Email: dickinsondolphinswim@gmail.com Website: www.dickinsondolphins.com Find us on Facebook too!!

18th Annual

5K/10K Walk/Run Saturday,

JUNE 1, 2019

West River Ice Center - West Door 1865 Empire Road, Dickinson, ND Registration: 7:30 - 8:30 am Cost: $20 per participant Kids Face Painting and Fun Run 8:30 am 5K/10K run 9:00 am | 5K walk 9:00 am/wacky hair 100 Silent Auction Items - Open to the Public!

Saturday, June 1, 2019 Pheasant Country Golf Course, South Heart, North Dakota Registration: 12:00 pm Shot Gun Start: 1:00 pm $40 discount by May 24 Teams of 4 - $50/golfer Registration forms for both walk/run and golf tournamet are avaiable at WRCC, Family Fare, sherryswishes.org, or mail box 1932. Call Shar 701-290-2636 with questions. All proceeds will go back to the Dickinson area community to support families with funds for cancer related expenses

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OUTSIDE GROUPS

North Dakota Ukrainian Dance Association

! p m a C r e m m u S Ukrainian

A super fun two-week experience! Everyone is welcome!

July 8th through 20th, 2019 DAY CAMP(ages

5-13)

Dance Workshop (Ages 14+)

Where: Dickinson Middle School Time: Weekdays 8:30AM - 3:00PM Cost: Only $200 for the two-weeks!

Where: Dickinson Middle School Time: Nightly 6:00PM - 9:45PM Cost: Only $100 for the two-weeks!

A unique experience in all things Ukrainian! Music. Art. Language. And of course...Ukrainian Dance! When all is said and done, Campers get to costume up, take stage, and show off their best Ukrainian moves at the North Dakota Ukrainian Festival!

All experience levels welcome! The NDUDA Summer Ukrainian Dance Workshop is an extraordinary dance immersion featuring fun, folk, and friendships that last a lifetime. Then it’s time to take stage and perform at the North Dakota Ukrainian Festival!

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OUTSIDE GROUPS

Strong Families Today & Tomorrow Parenting young or not-so-young children and coping with the day-to-day struggles family life can bring, our programs may help! Imagine...kids who are fun to be around Imagine...kids who listen the first time Imagine...no more arguing.

COURSES

Reasons to stop by the Parent Center: 1. You want to put the FUN back into parenting 2. You want happy kids that make positive choices 3. Provide effective tools for difficult behavior.

Summer Sessions (5-6 wk series) Boundaries Jr.— for parents/caregivers and youth.  Recognize why boundaries/rules are important  Understand how boundaries/rules reflect personal values  Identify negotiable and non-negotiable rules. Begins May 28, 2019

Powerful Tools for Caregivers—Helping family caregivers take care of themselves while caring for a relative or friend. Begins June 3, 2019

Safety City—Encouraging child’s problem-solving skills; reduce challenging behaviors, get more cooperation and parent through meltdowns.

FREE Programs! For more information or to register for summer sessions call 701-456-0007 or email skilwein@dpsnd.org. www.dickinson.k12.nd.us/westdakota parentresource@dpsnd.org

LIFEGUARD CERTIFICATION LIFEGUARD RE- CERTIFICATION WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR If you are interested in teaching swimming lessons or becoming a lifeguard, please contact our Aquatics Facility Supervisor at 701-456-2074 or visit our website at dickinsonparks.org e class info. for currant

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OUTSIDE GROUPS DICKINSON PARKS AND RECREATION OFTEN TAKES PHOTOS AND VIDEOS OF OUR PARTICIPANTS, ENJOYING PROGRAMS, EVENTS, PARKS, AND FACILITIES. THESE PHOTOS/VIDEOS ARE USED BY DPR FOR PROMOTIONAL PURPOSES.

Southwestern District Health Unit

PublicHealth

Prevent. Promote. Protect.

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PA R K D I S T R I C T I N F O

ASSOCIATIONS & CLUBS

Academy of Dance..................................................227-4970 Artistic Exchange Dance Studio................................260-0817 Badlands Art Association....................badlandsart.com Badlands Ministries..........badlandsministries.org Badlanders Bicycle Club..........................................225-5075 Best Friends Mentoring Program.............................483-8615 Biesiot Activities Center...........................................483-1918 Blue Hawk Booster Club...facebook/bluehawkboosterclub Boy

Scouts.....................nlcbsa.org/roughrider

DFy Dance Studio....................................................290-1954 Dakota Dinosaur Museum.......................................456-6225 Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce..................225-5115

LEISURE SPORTS Play some of your favorite sports and drop-in at one of the following times. These leagues are designed to provide physical conditioning in a leisure type atmosphere. Teams are determined on a daily basis at the site. Included in WRCC membership or drop-in fee of $3.50. We offer the following Adult Leisure Sports:

TENNIS

COED Adult/High School Dates: May 30, 2019– August 8, 2019 Day/time: Thursday | 6:00-8:00 pm Location: West River Community Center

Dickinson Area Public Library..................................456-7700 Dickinson Baseball Club, Inc..........dickinsonbaseball.com Dickinson Convention & Visitors Bureau.................483-4988 Dickinson Disc Golf Club......................................701-290-8893 Dickinson Football League......dickinsonyouthfootball Dickinson Diamonds Fastpitch...dickinsondiamonds.org Dickinson Gymnastics Club.....................................456-0011 Dickinson Hockey Club, Inc....................dickinsonhockey.com Dickinson Museum Center.......................................456-6225 Dickinson Soccer Club.......................dickinsonsoccer.com Dickinson Tennis Club...........................................701-290-1277 Dickinson Urban Forestry Committee.....................483-9630 Dolphins Swim Team......................dickinsondolphins.com Early Childhood Center............................................227-3010 Game & Fish Department........................................227-7431 Girl Scouts Dakota Horizon.....................................1-800-326-4745 Hunter Safety Program............................................www.gf.nd.gov Mustang Baseba ll Club..........................dixmus t a ng. c om Optimist Club of Dickinson-facebook/dickinsonoptimistclub Red Cross (Stark County).......................................483-8704 Roughrider Archery Club.........................................227-0810 Roughrider Country Kiwanis Club...........................483-7904 Roughrider Judo......................................................227-8710

VOLLEYBALL

Ages: Grades 11-12 to Adult COED Adult/High School May 26– August 11, 2019 | Sunday, 3:30-7:30 pm Advanced COED | May 31 – August 9, 2019 | Friday, 6:30-9:30 pm Location: West River Community Center

WALLEYBALL COED Adult/High School Dates: May 30– August 8, 2019 Day/Time: Thursday | 6:30-9:30 pm Location: West River Community Center

SOCCER

COED Adult/High School Dates: May 30 – August 8, 2019 Day/Time: Thursday | 6:30-9:30 pm Location: West River Community Center

RSVP Lutheran Social Services............................227-8421 Slope Area Rifle & Pistol Club.................................290-6046 Southwest Anglers..............facebook/southwestangler Special Olympics.....................................................483-2079 Stark County Veterans Memorial Association.........225-9461 Sunset Senior Center..............................................483-0156 Victory Martial Arts (Tae Kwon Do)..........................701-527-8657

PICKLEBALL

AGES: Grades 11-12 to Adult DATES: May 28, 2019 – August 9, 2019 DAY/TIME: Tuesday & Thursday : 8:00 – 11:00 am Friday : 1:00 – 3:30 pm LOCATION: Armory

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BUILDING A BETTER COMMUNITY ONE SMILE AT A TIME. By sponsoring and supporting our programs, events and tournaments you will enhance the quality of life in the Dickinson community. Partner with Dickinson Parks & Recreation to market your business or organization in active community locations. Recognition will be given to our sponsors in numerous ways depending on the activity or the function.

ADULT &YOUTH PROGRAMS

Our programs are a fun way to stay active and healthy for all ages. Programs are designed to educate the community in health, wellness and encourage active play.

PA R K D I S T R I C T I N F O

BECOME A SPONSOR

EVENTS

Our events are a great way to bring communities together and promote a healthy family lifestyle.

TOURNAMENTS

Our tournaments are a great way to bring Dickinson together through competition.

THANK YOU DICKINSON PARKS AND RECREATION IS VERY THANKFUL FOR THE SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY PROVIDES US THROUGH SPONSORSHIPS AND DONATIONS.

HELP DICKINSON SHINE CONTACT OUR OFFICE TODAY 701.456.2074 | 2004 FAIRWAY ST | DICKINSON, ND 58601

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