Eagle Parks & Recreation Winter/Spring 2016 Activity Guide

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ACTIVITY GUIDE Winter & Spring 2016

No cabin fever! We have lots of activities to keep everyone busy! VE ART WE HA S FOR E CLASS AND YOUTH LT! ADU

Drawing, charcoal, watercolor & more!

Don’t miss the special events on the back!


 Brr! It’s cold outside, but we still have lots of fun activities indoors to keep you busy this winter and spring. Art, karate, basketball, soccer and lots more! Make sure to register, as spaces fill up fast! See Registration-page 19.

From the Mayor Elect Residents of Eagle and surrounding areas have an excellent opportunity to participate in a variety of activities sponsored by the City of Eagle’s Parks and Recreation Department. Eagle is committed to providing recreation services that enhance the quality of life for all age groups. The City’s Parks and Recreation staff has expanded services and is responsible for a variety of programs, in addition to our wonderful traditional recreation programs. Cultural activities and events are designed to provide a sense of community as well as attracting residents and visitors to Eagle to support Eagle’s business community. A few of the activities and events include the responsibility and management of the Eagle Saturday Market, Gazebo Concert Series, Harvest Fest and Country Christmas. Newly elected Council members campaigned to enhance Eagle’s vibrant community by providing additional activities requested by residents.

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Your participation and input for these and future activities are warmly welcomed.

Recreation”

Stan Ridgeway Mayor Elect

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MISSION STATEMENT To provide and create exceptional opportunities for play which improve the livability and quality of life for people while fostering respect for the natural and cultural environments of Eagle.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Winter & Spring 2016

Program Guide 4-5

Preschool

6-8

Youth

SPECIAL EVENTS!

9-11 Adult Look on the back cover for winter and spring events!

Important Information 12-13 Letter From Director & facilities guide 14 Registration 15

Map/ Policies & Procedures

New in town? Our map on page 15 will help guide you to our parks, facilities and class locations!

REGISTER NOW! www.cityofeagle.org/recreation

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PRESCHOOL activities

Dance class is a great opportunity for little bodies to move!

Tiny Tots & Preschool Combination Dance / 2-3 yrs

Does your little one love to groove? Children will play games, explore body movement, and enjoy a variety of new dance moves in this fun class! We will explore a combination of ballet, tap, jazz, and tumbling throughout each session. Boys and girls are sure to leave class with enhanced body awareness and smiles! Discounted tap and ballet shoes are available through the instructor. Child must be potty trained or parent must attend program.

Eagle Performing Arts Center..............................$60 | 6 wks 1125 E. State Street Session 1:

101.7 101.8

2/2-3/8 2/2-3/8

Tu Tu

10-10:45 am Ages 2-3 11-11:45 am Ages 4-5

Session 2:

101.9 101.10

3/29-5/3 3/29-5/3

Tu Tu

10-10:45 am Ages 2-3 11-11:45 am Ages 4-5

Eagle Hills Elementary School Gym...........................$60 | 6 wks 650 Ranch Drive Session 1:

205.31

1/19-2/23

Tu

5-5:45 pm

3/1-4/12

Tu

5-5:45 pm

Session 2:

205.32

Tiny Tots Basketball / 4-5 yrs

Learning basketball has never been more fun! We use a variety of games to develop basketball and general motor skills. Adjustable hoops and appropriately sized basketballs are used to provide just the right amount of challenge, while teaching a love of the game!

Eagle Hills Elementary School Gym............................$60 | 6 wks 650 Ranch Drive Session 1:

205.39

1/21-2/25

Th

5-5:45 pm

3/3-4/14

Th

5-5:45 pm

Session 2:

Tiny Tots Soccer

205.40

2-3 yrs Are you looking for a great introduction to teamwork and motor skills for your young kiddos? These tot soccer classes develop balance, movement, motor, and soccer skills using a variety of fun games. Your child is sure to leave smiling and tired!

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ALSO AVAILABLE

Looking for more things to do with your preschooler? See Spring Break Camp information on page 8. REGISTER NOW! 208-489-8763


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PRESCHOOL

Activities

Candy Land Celebration / 3-5 yrs

Are you craving some sweet fun? Journey through candy land with candy-related sensory play, crafts, and maybe even some sweet treats!

Eagle Senior Center..............................$15 312 E. State Street

102.5

4/23

Sa

10 am-12 pm

Dinosaur Day / 3-5 yrs

Can you dig it? Be a paleontologist for a day! Little ones will excavate dinosaur “bones,” do prehistoric crafts, and play games while we learn about and explore dinosaurs.

Eagle Senior Center..............................$15 312 E. State Street

102.4 2/20

Sa

10 am-12 pm

Want to sh are your skills? We need yo u!

TEACH FOR Eagle Parks & Rec! Are you interested in teaching a program for Eagle Parks and Recreation? Do you have a skill you would like to share with the community? If so, please contact the Recreation Specialist at cstraubinger@cityofeagle.org for a course proposal form. We are always willing to hear new ideas!

REGISTER NOW! www.cityofeagle.org/recreation

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YOUTH

activities

Skyhawks Sports with Eagle Parks & Rec.

Skyhawks is the largest provider of youth sports programs in the country. Each program focuses on the development of individual skills in a safe, positive, and encouraging environment. These programs are designed to engage the imagination of young athletes. The enthusiastic staff implements a unique curriculum which allows for maximum participation and maximum fun! Instructor: Skyhawks Staff

Tiny Tots Soccer / 2-3 yrs

Basketball / 6-8 yrs

Eagle Hills Elementary School Gym...........................$60 | 6 wks

Eagle Hills Elementary School Gym………..............…$60 | 6 wks

650 Ranch Drive Session 1:

650 Ranch Drive Session 1:

Are you looking for a great introduction to teamwork and motor skills for your young kiddos? These tot soccer classes develop balance, movement, motor, and soccer skills using a variety of fun games. Your child is sure to leave smiling and tired!

205.31

1/19-2/23

Tu

5-5:45 pm

205.41

Session 2:

205.32

This basketball program will develop basketball skills through an emphasis on individual ball handling, shooting, and concepts of the game. The class consists of fun, skill building games and will help your child progress in the sport.

1/21-2/25

Th

5-5:45 pm

3/3-4/14

Th

5-5:45 pm

Session 2:

3/1-4/12

Tu

5-5:45 pm

205.42

Soccer / 3-8 yrs

MultiSport / 5-8 yrs

Eagle Hills Elementary School Gym...........................$60 | 6 wks

Eagle Hills Elementary School Gym………..............…$60 | 6 wks

650 Ranch Drive Session 1:

650 Ranch Drive Session 1

This program will teach your child the fundamentals of soccer using games, skill-based drills, and fun! Emphasis is placed on individual soccer skills, ball control, and concept of the game. This is a great, non-intimidating soccer skills class that your soccer star is sure to enjoy!

205.33 205.34

Does your child want to try several fun sports? Skyhawks multisport program is designed to introduce kids to a variety of different sports using fun games and activities. Athletes will learn essential skills for several different sports, including soccer, basketball, and lacrosse!

1/19-2/23 1/19-2/23

Tu Tu

5-5:45 pm 6-7 pm

Ages 3-5 Ages 5-8

205.43

1/21-2/25

Th

6-7 pm

3/3-4/14

Th

6-7 pm

3/1-4/12 3/1-4/12

Tu Tu

5-5:45 pm 6-7 pm

Ages 3-5 Ages 5-8

Advanced Basketball / 6-9 yrs

Session 2

205.44

Session 2:

205.35 205.36

Tiny Tots Basketball / 4-5 yrs

Learning basketball has never been more fun! We use a variety of games to develop basketball and general motor skills. Adjustable hoops and appropriately sized basketballs are used to provide just the right amount of challenge, while teaching a love of the game!

Eagle Hills Elementary School Gym...........................$60 | 6 wks 650 Ranch Drive Session 1:

205.39

1/21-2/25

Th

5-5:45 pm

3/3-4/14

Th

5-5:45 pm

Is your child eager to learn more basketball skills? This class uses a progressive curriculum to teach your child the skills they need both on and off the court to be a better athlete. Our basketball-specific coach will focus on respect, teamwork, and responsibility as they teach skills and progress into drills and scrimmages. Athletes will learn how to pass, shoot, dribble, and rebound.

Eagle Elementary of the Arts Gym………..............…$60 | 6 wks 475 N. Eagle Road

205.38

3/2-4/13

W

5-6 pm

Session 2:

205.40

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YOUTH

Activities

Karate Classes

Drawing 101 / 8-12 yrs

Martial Arts/Karate Kickstart Level I Shodan / 6-12 yrs Earn your first stripe upon completion. Includes belt.

Martial Arts/Karate Kickstart Level II Nidan / 6-12 yrs Earn your second stripe upon completion.

Martial Arts/Karate Kickstart Level III Sandan / 6-12 yrs Earn your first colored belt upon completion.

Learn the principles and techniques of Washin Ryu Karate, a traditional Japanese Karate similar to Shotokan. Classes focus on the development of self-defense, self-discipline, and physical fitness. Open to beginning level students. Sessions are offered on an ongoing basis throughout the year.

Idaho Martial Arts………………......................................…$70 | 4 wks 1580 E. State Street Session 1

201.13 201.14

2/2-2/25 2/2-2/25

Tu/Th 4:30-5:15 pm Ages 6-8 Tu/Th 5:15-6 pm Ages 9-12

3/1-3/31 3/1-3/31

Tu/Th 4:30-5:15 pm Ages 6-8 Tu/Th 5:15-6 pm Ages 9-12

4/5-4/28 4/5-4/28

Tu/Th 4:30-5:15 pm Ages 6-8 Tu/Th 5:15-6 pm Ages 9-12

Session 2

201.15 201.16

206.1

2/22-4/18

M

4:30-5:30 pm

Pirate Map Art / 8-12 yrs

Arrrrr, mateys! Join us as we explore the wonderful world of pirates and maps. Students will learn how to use a crow quill pen- as cartographers did in the days of old, when they fashioned maps that stirred the imagination and shared information! We will use pirate and ship images, and watercolor techniques © Marie Schrillo to create a beautiful map, in addition to learning how to add dimension and shading with the crow quill pen.

Eagle Elementary of the Arts…………$95 + supplies | 6 wks

Session 3

201.17 201.18

Drawing is one of the major forms of visual expression and establishes a solid foundation for many disciplines in the visual arts. This class will teach beginning students the basics of drawing with graphite/pencil, covering important topics as the necessary tools, line, shape, value, and texture. Come discover your hidden talent, as well as the many rewards and benefits of a solid classical instruction in this medium. If students have previously enrolled in this class, more advanced work will be given so they may continue with instruction. Eagle Elementary of the Arts……....…..$105 + supplies | 8 wks 475 N. Eagle Road

475 N. Eagle Road

206.2

2/22-4/4

M

6:15-7:15 pm

Paper Flowers / Ages 8+

Art Classes This class will focus on making art out of items we would normally throw away! Through creative recycling, we can create something beautiful. Kids will learn about recycling and have fun in this new class.

Join us for two Saturdays as we create 3-4 beautiful paper flowers! Students will learn how to use a die cutting machine and ink paper for incredible 3-D dimension. These flowers can be used on cards, gifts, and any other piece that you so desire. They make wonderful gifts and accents, perfect for Valentine’s Day or other special events! (Ages 13 and under must be accompanied by a registered adult.)

Eagle Senior Center………....................................................$30 | 3 wks

Eagle Senior Center…………...........................$35 + supplies | 2 wks

Kids Create- After School Art / 5-8 yrs

312 E. State Street

206.4

3/2-3/16

W

4:30-5:30 pm

312 E. State Street

206.3

1/30 & 2/6 S

12:30-2 pm

Adult classes start on page 9! REGISTER NOW! www.cityofeagle.org/recreation

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YOUTH

Activities

Dance Classes Ballet Folklorico / 8-12 yrs

Do you want to learn traditional Mexican dance? Try Ballet Folklorico today! This class will teach the foundations of traditional Mexican dance and give students an education in the art of ballet folklorico, Mexican history, and Spanish! Boys and girls are welcome; no experience necessary.

Eagle Performing Arts Center……..........................….$60 | 6 wks 1125 E. State Street

206.4

2/3-3/9

W

6:30-7:20 pm

Open: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am-6 pm Downtown Eagle: 67 E. State Street 208-939-2669 or eaglemuseum@cityofeagle.org

SPRING BREAK CAMPS Spring Break Mini-Camp / 5-10 yrs

Looking for something fun for your children to do during school break? Eagle Parks & Recreation Mini Camp will keep your elementary-age kids busy and active! Mini-camp activities include field trips, games, trips to local parks, arts and crafts, and much more!

Location TBA…....................................................................$115/week or $26/day 203.13 3/21-3/25 M-F 1 pm-5 pm

Skyhawks Spring Break Camp / 4-10 yrs

Do you want to try three fun sports during spring break? Do you want to play silly games and run around with your friends? Sign up for Skyhawks Spring Break multisport camp! We will play tons of entertaining camp games and work on our sports skills through different throwing, catching, teamwork, and other skill-based games. This camp will focus on soccer, basketball, and lacrosse skills, while incorporating elements of fun!

Get your kids active this spring break in a Mini camp!

Location TBA.......................................................................$90 203.14 3/21-3/24 M-Th 9 am-12 pm

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ADULT

Activities

Wine & Food Pairing 101 / Ages 21+

Do you wish you could assemble creative wine and food combinations? Join Eagle’s own 3 Horse Ranch Vineyards and Bella Aquila restaurant for an evening of wine education and tastings! This class will give you firsthand knowledge about wine, from the vineyard to the glass, and food pairing. You will be able to sample wines from 3 Horse Ranch Vineyard and enjoy small bites from Bella Aquila. Great things come in pairs, so grab a friend and sign up today!

Bella Aquila…….....................................................................……$40 775 S. Rivershore Lane

401.15

3/9

W

6-7:30 pm

Reed Cycle……..............................................................……….....$9 238 E. State Street

Tu

6:30-7:30 pm

Tu

6:30-7:30 pm

(Women Specific Class)

401.17

2/23

Smartphones are our everyday companions, relied upon for capturing and sharing moments in our lives through photography. This workshop taught by professional photographer George Manlove, focuses on the technical aspects of how to get the best images from our smartphones while delving into the creative side of smartphone photography. Learn about exposure, composition, artistic vision, creative apps, and storytelling. With your smartphone in hand, go on photo shoots in downtown Eagle.

Finer Frames……….................................................................…..$35 401.18

Are you prepared for spring biking? This class will cover wheel removal, tire change, proper cleaning, correct lubrication, and what you need to take with you on every ride. You’ll learn the basics to keep your bike rolling safely and smoothly.

2/2

Smartphone Photo Workshop / Ages 18+

164 E. State Street

Bike Repair 101 / All ages

401.16

Art Classes

1/16

Sa

10 am-12 pm

Escape With Paint / Ages 18+

In honor of Suzanne Chetwood’s February show, “Un Petit Vacances” (a tiny vacation), work inspired by her trip to France, we escape the doldrums of winter by painting our favorite places. Each person will receive instruction and all materials to complete a canvas acrylic painting. Working from a photo of a favorite location, vineyard, barn, or vacation, painters will capture, create, and finish an original painting in a creative setting. Bring your inspiration photo or choose one of ours. No experience necessary, all levels welcome. Finer Frames……................................................................................….$35 164 E. State Street

SPRING READY!

Take advantage of the many bike trails for every level around Eagle. The Greenbelt, foothills and streets offer a great way to explore!

Biking is an activity the whole family can enjoy.

REGISTER NOW! www.cityofeagle.org/recreation

401.19

2/18

Th

6-8 pm

Drawing 101/ Teen & Adult

Drawing is one of the major forms of visual expression and establishes a solid foundation for many disciplines in the visual arts. This class will teach beginning students the basics of drawing with graphite/pencil, covering important topics such as the necessary tools, line, shape, value, and texture. Come discover your hidden talent, as well as the many rewards and benefits of a solid classical instruction in this medium.

Eagle Life Church………….............................$130 + supplies | 8 wks 3838 W. Floating Feather Rd.

401.1

*

2/23-4/12

Tu

12:30-2 pm

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ADULT

Activities

Drawing 201

Watercolor / Teen & Adult

Drawing establishes an important foundation for all of the visual arts. Join this level 2 class as we continue our exploration and study of the elements of art as they relate to drawing with graphite/pencil. We will expand on the important topics of value, shape and line, as well as delve into space, form, and balance. Students will end the class with two finished pieces. Some experience with drawing is required.

Eagle Art Gallery….............................................……….$45 + supplies 50 2nd Street

Teen & Adult

Eagle Life Church……............................…..$165 + supplies | 10 wks

Do you want to explore the world of watercolor painting? This class is designed for beginning, intermediate, and advanced painters who gather together in one class. Lessons are structured for students at each level of experience. Come experience the adventure of painting!

401.20 401.21

3/7 4/4

M M

3-5:30 pm 3-5:30 pm

3838 W. Floating Feather Rd.

402.2

2/1-4/11

M

12:30-2 pm

Charcoal & Colored Chalk Pastel 101 Teen & Adult

Adult Coloring Club / 16+

Did you know that coloring reduces stress and anxiety? Join us for a relaxing evening of coloring and new friends! We will provide the coloring books, crayons, markers, and pencils. The price includes one beverage.

Come explore the wonderful world of charcoal and colored pastel pencils! Students will discover the rich, dark, beautiful value that only charcoal can give, in addition to the vibrant, rich, full color of chalk pastels. As both mediums are grainy in nature, they can be combined together in art pieces quite well, or utilized alone in single mediums. This © Marie Schrillo class will cover the tools of the trade, techniques, papers/substrates for both mediums, how to achieve value gradation in black & white/color, and the use of line to form beautiful subject matter. Some basic art theory will also be covered. Students will leave the class with a completed work of art and an understanding of two fantastic dry mediums.

Perks of Life……...............................................................................….$8

Hope Lutheran Church…….......................$130 + supplies | 8 wks

Dance, Fitness, & Karate Classes

331 N. Linder Road

402.3

2/10-3/30

W

1:30-3 pm

Paper Flowers / Ages 8+

Join us for two Saturdays as we create 3-4 beautiful paper flowers! Students will learn how to use a die cutting machine and ink paper for incredible 3-D dimension. These flowers can be used on cards, gifts, and any other piece that you so desire. They make wonderful gifts and accents, perfect for Valentine’s Day or other special events! (Ages 13 and under must be accompanied by a registered adult.)

Eagle Senior Center……..................................$35 + supplies | 2 wks

1540 E. Iron Eagle Dr.

401.22 401.23 401.24

2/16 3/15 4/12

Tu Tu Tu

5-6:30 pm 5-6:30 pm 5-6:30 pm

Card Making / Teen & Adult

Learn the basics on how to make and assemble your own handmade greeting cards! We will use stamps, cut-outs, and other mediums in this fun class. You will have fun learning a new skill and making new friends.

Eagle Senior Center………........................................................…..…$8 312 E. State Street

401.25

3/31

Th

6:30-8:30 pm

Beginner Tap / Ages 18+

Do you want to make music with your feet? Join this beginning adult tap class to learn basic tap steps and routines. Tap is a form of dance that encourages rhythm, balance, and agility, while being fun and great exercise! Discounted tap shoes are available through the instructor. This class is perfect for all ages and abilities!

Eagle Senior Center…...........................…..$65 + tap shoes | 6 wks 312 E. State Street

403.10 403.20

2/2-3/8 3/29-5/3

Tu Tu

7-8 pm 7-8 pm

312 E. State Street

206.3

1/30 & 2/6 S

12:30-2 pm

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ADULT

Activities

Aikido / Ages 14+

Aikido is a defensive Japanese martial art that focuses on blending with and redirecting an opponent’s energy/attack rather than relying on strength or direct aggression. The emphasis in Aikido is on circular movement and leverage, this makes Aikido a great option for everyone!

Idaho Martial Arts......................................................….$50 | 4 wks 1580 E. State Street

403.11 403.12 403.13

2/3-2/24 3/2-3/23 4/6-4/27

W W W

7-8:15 pm 7-8:15 pm 7-8:15 pm

Fit & Safe Circuit Training / Ages 18+

IMA Self Defense Circuit Training takes the interval/station fitness concept to the next level. Influenced by the functional fitness and HIIT (high intensity interval training) approach, IMA Self Defense Circuit Training focuses on basic human movements for self-defense (push, pull, jump, run, kick, block, punch etc.) by employing a combination of traditional weightlifting/callisthenic drills. Be prepared for a high intensity interval workout with self-defense moves that keep you safe.

Idaho Martial Arts……………......................................….$40 | 4 wks 1580 E. State Street

403.14 403.15 403.16

2/6-2/27 3/5-3/26 4/2-4/23

Sa Sa Sa

8-9 am 8-9 am 8-9 am

YoKa / Ages 13+

Do you want to have fun while getting fit and strong? Then YoKa is for you! YoKa is a blend of martial art movements and yoga poses set to upbeat, inspiring music and ending with a peaceful warm stone therapy that will keep you coming back for more. You will leave feeling empowered, inspired, calm and strong mentally and physically. No martial arts or yoga experience is necessary.

Idaho Martial Arts………...............................…………$40 | 4 weeks 1580 E. State Street

403.17 403.18 403.19

2/4-2/25 3/3-3/24 4/7-4/28

Th Th Th

6:30-7:15 pm 6:30-7:15 pm 6:30-7:15 pm

EAGLE SENIOR CENTER The Eagle Senior & Community Center is available for rent! From pancake feeds to exercise classes to HOA meetings, this is a great community space. Additionally, private events such as weddings and wakes may now serve alcohol (with proper permits) in the center. The Eagle Arboretum Park, adjacent to the center, is a great outdoor extension of the Senior & Community Center for your next special event.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

about facility rentals and events, contact the Eagle Senior & Community Center’s Activity Coordinator at 577-8002 or the Senior Center directly at 939-0475 REGISTER NOW! www.cityofeagle.org/recreation

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2016 sUMMER camps

TRAIL

TREASURE

Weekly Themes Angry Birds Time Travel Rescue 911 Circus FInding Dory JR. Veterinarian Garbology Olympic Village

TREK Friday, May 13th 4-7 pm Merrill Park Family outdoor scavenger hunt along the Boise River!

6-10 Yrs Old

Preschool Camps: lITTLE eAGLES nATURE cAMP Under the Big Top Camp

and:

Sports Camps and outdoor 3-5 YRS OLD adventure camps

REGISTration opens march 1!

For more information and registration visit www.cityofeagle.org/recreation or call 208-489-8763

Eagle Parks & Recreation

SO MUCH F U N! Register for all of our programs at our website: www.cityofeagle.org/recreation or use the form on page 14

Eagle Park Facilities From trails and playgrounds to snow parks and volleyball, the parks in Eagle offer residents the opportunity to get outside, be active, and play!

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What’s happening at Eagle Parks & Recreation

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CITY OF EAGLE STAFF DIRECTORY MAYOR ELECT Stan Ridgeway

Director: Mike Aho maho@ci

Eagle P Eagle Parks & Re

CITY COUNCIL The baseball field at Guerber Park is being revitalized for baseball by the Eagle Diamond Rats youth baseball league!

Council President: Jeff Kunz Council Elect: Stan Bastian, Naomi Preston

The Eagle Market is undergoing a period of change and improvement while we gather public input. Stay tuned to learn more!

PARKS & PATHWAYS DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION

New park equipment: be on the lookout for new bulletin boards at Merrill and Guerber Parks! These boards will help us display park reservations, upcoming programs/events, and general information about Eagle Parks & Recreation.

EAGLE PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT

Three new events are coming your way this spring (check out the back cover of the guide for more information about each of these programs): • •

Director: Administ Director: Mike Aho Lynn Moser, Charlie Baun, Dan Friend, Marc Christina Mike Aho Grubert, Scott Marshall, Don Stockton maho@ci ccoats@c maho@cityofeagle.org

Eagle Parks & Re

Director: Administ Commun Administrative Assistant: Mike AhoCoats Jenessa ChristinaH Christina maho@cityofeagle.org ccoats@c jhansen@ ccoats@cityofeagle.org Director: Mike Aho Administrative Assistant:

Eagle Parks & Recreation Depart Administrative Assistant: Commun Eagle Parks & Recreation Department Trails Coo Community Enhancement Co Christina Coats Trail Eggxtravaganza- Easter egg hunt on Eagle’s paths and trails

maho@cityofeagle.org

Christina Coats ccoats@cityofeagle.org

Jenessa Director: Recreatio Steve NoyH Jenessa Hansen Director: Recreation Specialist: ccoats@cityofeagle.org jhansen@ Ahofor a Caitlin St Dog Park- we are beginning the process of planning snoyes@c jhansen@cityofeagle.org Mike AhoJoin us JanuaryMike Caitlin Straubinger future dog park in Eagle. 25th from 6-8 pm for Community Enhancement Trail Coordinator: maho@cityofeagle.org Coordinator: cstraubinger@cityofeagle.org cstraubin an open house to share your input and ideas. Steve Noyes maho@cityofeagle.org Jenessa Hansen snoyes@cityofeagle.org Community Enhancement Co Trails Coo Hidden improvements: a new smart irrigation system will jhansen@cityofeagle.org Trails Coordinator: be installed at Guerber Park. This new system will allow us Jenessa Hansen Steve Noy to remotely monitor the soil moisture andAdministrative make adjustments Assistant: Director: Recreation Specialist: Maintena Steve Noyes Maintenance Supervisor: accordingly. Administrative Assistant: jhansen@cityofeagle.org Mike AhoCoats Caitlin Straubinger snoyes@c Christina Coats Dave Riou snoyes@cityofeagle.org Dave Rioux The greenbelt Christina paving project on the north side of the north channel of themaho@cityofeagle.org Boise River is now complete, connecting Eagle cstraubinger@cityofeagle.org ccoats@cityofeagle.org drioux@c drioux@cityofeagle.org to Garden City.ccoats@cityofeagle.org Recreation Specialist: Maintenance Supervisor: Trails Coordinator: •

Trail Treasure Trek- family scavenger hunt on the greenbelt and other river trails

(Newly elected officials to be inaugurated January 12, 2016)

Yappy Hour- Eagle’s first pop-up dog park coming to Merrill Park

Eagle Parks & Recreation Department Caitlin Straubinger Dave Rioux cstraubinger@cityofeagle.org drioux@cityofeagle.org

Steve Noyes Administrative Assistant: Maintenance Community Enhancement Coordinator: Maintena Maintenance Specialist:Supervisor: Community Enhancement Coordinator: Maintenance Specialist: Wayne Hancock snoyes@cityofeagle.org ChristinaHansen Coats Dave Rioux Jenessa Hansen whancock@cityofeagle.org Jenessa Wayne Hancock Wayne Ha ccoats@cityofeagle.org drioux@cityofeagle.org jhansen@cityofeagle.org whancoc jhansen@cityofeagle.org whancock@cityofeagle.org

Community Enhancement Coordinator: Maintenance Specialist: Park shelters to useTrails for events and gatherings Coordinator: Trails Coordinator: Eagle To rent a covered shelter, please visit our website EagleHancock Jenessa Hansen Wayne Steve Noyes Parks & Steve Noyes www.cityofeagle.org and click on the quick link “Park Shelters” Parks & Recrea jhansen@cityofeagle.org whancock@cityofeagle.org snoyes@cityofeagle.org Recreation snoyes@cityofeagle.org There are trash Trails Coordinator: Steve Noyes snoyes@cityofeagle.org

REGISTER NOW! www.cityofeagle.org/recreation

and recycling bins in every Eaglepark. Please help Parksus & keep Eagle Recreation Parks green by pitching in after your events.

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REGISTRATION Registering for classes is easy! There are 3 options:

ONLINE

BY MAIL

www.cityofeagle.org/recreation

Fill out form below and mail to: PO Box 1520 Eagle, ID 83616

IN PERSON City Hall at 660 E Civic Lane, Eagle, ID 83616 (fill out form below)

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PARK AND FACILITIES MAP

Parks

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S. Floating Feather Rd

Friendship Park

E. Ranch Dr.

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1580 E. State St.

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POLICIES & PROCEDURES FEES & CLASS TIME DISCLAIMER: Fees in this activity guide are subject to approval by the Eagle City Council. Fees are subject to change at any time by resolution of the Council without additional notice except as required by Idaho Code 63-1311A. Every effort has been made to ensure that all information in this guide was accurate at time of printing. However, information, including program dates, times, location, and fees is subject to change at any time. Please visit www.cityofeagle.org/recreation for the most up-to-date information on programs.

REFUND & CANCELLATION POLICY: Please register at least two business days before the program start date to avoid program cancellation. If minimum registration is not met two business days prior to program start date, the city of Eagle reserves the right to cancel the class. Should this occur, a full refund or program credit will be issued. Refunds must be requested in writing at least three business days prior to the program start date. All refunds are subject to a $5 service charge (no service charge if refund is a program credit).

WEATHER POLICY: The city of Eagle will suspend outdoor programs and field use when conditions dictate. To receive cancellation or closure information visit our website or facebook page.

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REGISTER NOW! www.cityofeagle.org/recreation

IS A CLASS CANCELLED? Classes and programs are sometimes cancelled because of low enrollment. Please register early to avoid disappointment!

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Winter and Spring

Special Events TRAIL TREASURE TREK / ALL AGES Do you want to explore part of Eagle’s amazing trail system with your family? Join us on a trail scavenger hunt on one of the marked trails near the Boise River and see how many items you can find on the list provided. Find them all and win a prize! Two different length trail treks will be marked, ensuring fun for the whole family. Wear your hiking shoes and bring your parents along for the fun. Suggested for children up to age 10. Merrill Park…………..$5/family 637 E. Shore Drive 302.1 5/13 F 4-7 pm

YAPPY HOUR / ALL AGES Does your dog crave playmates and somewhere safe to run around? Join us at Eagle’s first pop-up dog park in Merrill Park! Your pooch will enjoy playing with new pup friends while you enjoy socializing with your fellow Eagle citizens. BYOB and BYOD (dog) for a fun evening. Merrill Park………Free 637 E. Shore Drive 302.3 4/29 F

ALL NE W E V E N T S!

Join us at our all new events added in 2016!

TRAIL EGGXTRAVAGANZA / ALL AGES This alternative to the traditional egg hunt will have your kids searching for eggs along the paths and trails of Eagle. Kids will have fun hunting for eggs and receiving prizes! This event is offered in cooperation with the Eagle 616 Lions Club. North Channel Center…………Free 600 S. Rivershore Lane 302.2 3/19 Sa 10 am-12 pm

5-7 pm

Winter & Spring 2016

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