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CITY OF

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PARKS& RECREATION

aCTIVITY GUIDE 2017 winter/ spring REGISTRATION BEGINS online 12/27 In office 1/3

Look for this symbol for spring break boredom busters: All comers youth track meet, p. 9 Daddy daughter dance, p.11 Instructor spotlight, P.12 Adult Sports Including softball, PP.14-15 More inside!

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Table of contents Registration Information

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Birthday Parties in the Gym

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Gymnastics

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Youth Programs

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Basketball

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Special Events

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Adult Programs

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Map

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Activity Index by Month

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Pendleton Public Library Events

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Community Support!

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The Playground Steering Committee met on 9/27, 10/11, and 11/15 to discuss funding strategies to replace play structures across Pendleton. Of the five play structures, one will not be replaced and the Kiwanis Park play strucutre is being leased by Pendleton Kiwanis International. They are now responsible for repairs and maintenance. To replace the other three structures at Sherwood, Aldrich, and May parks, the committee decided that seeking grant funding from local and State funders would be an effective strategy. So far, seven grants to local funders have been submitted. Six of them have been granted, one is pending. More will be submitted. Watch the usual places for those notices, including the Parks & Rec Facebook page.

PENDLETON PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION Alan Kendrick, Chair

Dawn DiFuria

Vern Willcox, V. Chair

Debora Airoldi

Rick Guenther

Chris Garrigues

John Blessinger Commission meetings are held at Noon, the

Committee Members Paul Chalmers Dawn DiFuria Shelley Liscom Roger Stueckle Greg McLaughlin Darcey Ridgeway Donnie Cook

second Tuesday of each month, at the Parks Office, 865 Tutuilla Road, Pendleton. These are public meetings and we encourage your participation! If you have an issue or request that you would like

office locations Parks & Cemetery Office

Mon—Fri, 7:00 am to 4:00 pm on the agenda, contact the Parks Office at 541-276- OPEN DURING LUNCH 8100 by the Wednesday prior to the meeting. 865 Tutuilla Road, Pendleton, OR 97801 Telephone: 541-276-8100 parks & recreation staff FAX: 541-276-9789 Donnie Cook

Director

Lisa Patrick

Recreation Supervisor

Jeff Hamilton

Parks & Rec Supervisor

Casey Brown

Special Projects Coordinator

Melissa Porter

Office Specialist

Laura Rhodes

Sporting Events Coordinator

Angie Nash

Recreation Assistant

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Pendleton Recreation Center Helen McCune Gym Pendleton Foundation Room Gymnastics Studio 510 SW Dorion, Pendleton, OR 97801 Lisa Patrick, 541-966-0228 FAX: 541-966-0275

Greetings from the Director! As we wrap up 2016 and head into the new year, we are ever grateful for the hard work of the Pendleton Parks and Recreation staff, volunteers, sponsors, and partners. The work that we do throughout the year including the activities and recreation programs we provide would not be possible without such a wonderful group of people. As you flip through these pages and plan for the upcoming season, please keep in mind the people who make it possible. Whenever possible, thank your instructors and any volunteers, donors, or sponsors you know. A full list can be found on the back page of this guide. In these pages, you will find old favorites such as the Xplore Pendleton event, gymnastics, and gamer’s night. We have something for every age group, and activities in many price ranges, including free! We strive to make our activities as accessible as possible. We are looking forward to a couple of new events including “Owls: Habitat, Habits, & Prey.” We have heard a few people express their excitement for this new event, so we are very much looking forward to it. Get registered by Friday 4/7 to claim your spot! For those of you who have not heard the news, Pendleton Parks and Recreation now has an Instagram page. Follow us as we begin to share more photographs of our parks, activities, and recreation programs. We are also still very active on our Facebook page, so if you have not already done so, go “Like” us to stay up to date with event reminders, cancellation information, announcements, and photographs. It is also a great place to meet other people who attend our events. I wish you a Happy New Year and look forward to seeing you around!

Donnie Cook

www.pendletonparksandrec.com | 865 Tutuilla Road, Pendleton | 541-276-8100


stuff we want you to know

registration

mail/e-mail news

►walk-in OR PHONE

online registration The registration site is useful for finding information on our activities, as well as actual registration. You can also make park or pool shelter reservations 24 hours per day. Getting there is the same as always. From our homepage, click “register/reserve” and begin by creating your account. If you registered for an activity, reserved a shelter or purchased a season pass, you’ll already have an account and your login ID is your email address. You’ll need to select “forgot password” the first time you use the online site and you will receive a temporary password. We encourage you to register online for all of your Pendleton Parks and Recreation needs! Online registration powered by Active.com

Parks Office 865 Tutuilla Road 541-276-8100 • For ALL activities and services • Pay by cash, check or VISA, Mastercard or Discover credit or debit for walk-in’s; credit/ debit card only by phone; most credit/debit cards accepted. • $25 fee for NSF checks

►mail

Pendleton Parks & Recreation 865 Tutuilla Road, Pendleton, OR 97801 • Include completed registration form (from our website) and payment; include credit card info, money order, or check. • Please do not send cash. • A receipt will be mailed to you.

Registration Guidelines

►online • There will be a convenience fee added to each • Click REGISTER/RESERVE at the top right of online invoice. • You must pre-register prior to attending an activity unless otherwise noted. • Fees must be paid in full at the time of registration. Class sizes are limited and will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. • Activities are subject to change by the Parks and Recreation Department. Class minimums must be met or the class is subject to cancellation. • Unless you hear from us, GO TO CLASS. We will contact you only if a class has been changed or is cancelled.

cREDITS & reFUNDS Credits (good for up to one year from the date of issue) or refunds are readily granted if we are notified 7 days prior to the start date of the program. A 5% refund fee will be assessed except when we cancel an activity. Credits will only be granted if notified less than 7 days prior to program start date. Program fees are not refunded for participants who miss portions of programs.

the screen. • Create an account or login. • Register and pay online 24/7.

waitlist information If a class is full, you may see “register on waitlist” rather than “add to cart” when using online registration. If you choose to continue your registration, the system will place you on a waitlist. No payment is taken for placement on a waitlist. You will be called or emailed if an opening becomes available or if additional classes are created. If you fail to reply within 24 hours, the next available person on the waitlist will be notified. Note that if additional classes are created, they may not be at the same time or day as the original program. Students on a waitlist are not guaranteed a space in the program.

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MAIL: We have decided to suspend direct mailing of the Activity Guide. Our recent survey received less than five responses total, not a strong vote for mailings to continue. We WILL distribute the guide through the schools, as well as periodic flyers that help fill the gap between guides, typically around holiday breaks. We will also continue to distribute to our normal locations (see below) and have placed a mailbox outside of the Park Office with extra copies so you can still get one when our office is closed. EMAIL: Online registration asks for your email address as part of your account set-up, which it also uses to confirm registrations and facility reservations. We occassionally use your email address for special announcements and if you would like to OPT-OUT of these special announcements, you can change your preferences in your online profile with our new system.

Accommodations We proudly support the Americans With Disabilities Act and encourage participation by everyone. If you require special accommodations to participate in our programs or use our recreation facilities, please call 276-8100.

Where to find parks & Recreation brochures • Parks & Cemetery office, 865 Tutuilla Road, Pendleton.

• www.pendletonparksandrec.com • Pendleton Public Library • Chamber of Commerce • City Hall • Rooster’s, Up With Donuts, Tum-A-Lum, and Safeway.

• The spring/summer brochure is available lateApril, fall/winter is available in early September and winter/spring in late December.

• The most current version is always online.

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photography consent By enrolling in or attending any class or activity offered by Pendleton Parks & Recreation, you consent to have you or your child’s photograph taken and allow usage of these photographs in future publications by Pendleton Parks and Recreation. Names will never be included unless we seek and are granted specific permission.

scholarships The Parks & Recreation Department has a limited scholarship fund that can assist qualifying youths. Call the office at 276-8100 to find out how to qualify and where to obtain an application. Scholarships are available for eligible classes and events only. Birthday parties and swim lessons are not eligible. Would you like to help give someone access to recreation activities by donating to the scholarship fund? Please contact Lisa Patrick at 966-0228.

birthday parties In the gym Ages: up to age 18

The gym is a great place for kids to have some energetic fun with friends and family. Avoid unpleasant weather and come inside to enjoy badminton, dodgeball, volleyball or basketball. Play some ping pong, foosball or pool. We have a great sound system too. We also have a bouncy house (add $30) or putt putt golf (add $10) available. You may choose from four time slots or rent contiguous time slots for a longer party. The facility is exclusively yours during your rented time period. Please no early arrivals so that we can give equal service to all of our birthday guests. You may also add time in our gymnastics studio to your party (add $50). Our gym supervisor will take down small groups of party guests and spend some time monitoring safe use of equipment and show kids different tricks they can try. The last party of the day is popular for teen parties. If it is dark enough it makes for a great opportunity for glow in the dark activities such as a game of glow in the dark dodgeball in the gym! Call 276-8100 to book your party today!

volunteers During the year we quite often need help for special events; both individuals and civic groups are welcome. Please contact City of Pendleton’s Volunteer Coordinator at 541-966-0244.

Location:

Rec Center, McCune Gym

Day(s):

Saturdays

Date(s):

Starts September 24

Time:

Choose from 10:15 am to 12:30 pm, 12:45 to 3:00 pm, 3:15-5:30 pm, or 5:45-8:00 pm We recommend using the first 15 minutes to fine-tune set-up with our staff.

teach a class

find us on facebook We use Facebook for quick reminders, to post photos of events and MORE so don’t forget to check us out there too! Remember to click “LIKE”!

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If you would like to lead/instruct a new program, please contact Lisa Patrick with your ideas or any questions that you may have. Keeping in mind we publish three activity guides each year, the best times to get in touch are mid-February, early July and early November. But we’d love to hear your great ideas anytime!

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Fee: $50

Rides every sat 9am march-oct *helmet Required* www.pendletononwheels.org

benefits of donating to the Parks and Rec youth scholarship program *Stays in the community *helps your neighbors *Makes an immediate impact ask us how! 541-276-8100

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alphabetical list w/pg. # Registration Begins online 12/27 and in the office 1/3 pg. Adult Volleyball: Coed Power and Recreational

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All Comers Youth Track Meet

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Cha Cha and Salsa / Waltz and Foxtrot

12

Daddy Daughter Dance

11

Dog Obedience: Who’s in Charge?

13

Friday Gamer’s Night

8

Get Air Tri-Cities Road Trip

8

Gymnastics

6

Ice Carnival

11

Karate: Ryukyu Kempo

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Planting Seeds for Spring

Kids in the Kitchen: Delicious Valentine’s

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Ski Bus: Anthony Lakes

Mother Son Dance

11

Mother-Daughter Night: Sweet Dreams Pajama Party

11

Movie Night: Moana

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My Buddy & Me: Wildlife Explorers Hike

7

Open Gyms

9

Owls: Habitats, Habits, & Prey

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Pendleton Youth Basketball

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Skills for Life

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Softball

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Sports Development Program

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Tot Time at the Gym

5

Walking for Wellness

13

Xplore Pendleton

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Yoga - Basic 13 Additional activities in the adult section are appropriate for older teens so be sure and check there for ideas also.

wee Ones Sports development program Ages: 3-5

tot time at the gym

Fee: $30 Ages: little

Coach Garnett will share his sports expertise experience with preschool aged youngsters who want to learn basic skills. The Start Smart Sports Development Program is a developmentally appropriate introductory sports program for children 3-5 years old. The program prepares children for organized sports, in a fun non-threatening environment with no worry of competition or getting hurt. The focus will be on throwing, catching, batting, and kicking. Equipment is provided during the program. Parental involvment isre q uired ! Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Fee: $1/child Ages: 2-5

ones not yet in school

Fun music and lots of play stuff - we provide the environment and you provide the creativity! Socks only on gymnastics mats please. Drop-in, no preregistration necessary.

Activity #: 5853

Day/Date: Mon, 1/3/16-5/22

Time:

Activity #: 5872

Parent Meeting

Wed 1/18 6pm

Spring is coming and we are ready to make it beautiful! Join in on the fun as we learn how to plant seeds, and how to make them grow, how to care for the plants as they develop, and what weather conditions are needed to make this process work. Let’s get growing! All supplies included. Meets twice. © xerox123 - Fotolia.com

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Location:

Instructor: Stephen Garnett

Fee: $14

Tot Time!

Day/Date: Sun 1/22-3/5; Reg by Mon 1/16 1:30 to 2:30 pm

planting seeds for Spring

Time:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Activity #: 5884 Time:

Instructor: Angie Nash

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Rec Center, Pendleton Foundation Room

Day/Date: Wed, 3/8-3/15; Reg by 3/1

10:00 to 11:00 am

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3:00 to 4:00 pm

Instructor: Laura Rhodes

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gymnastics Registration policy: Please pay special attention with the registration deadlines. We have had slight scheduling issues. While we understand that issues arise, we will be moving away from accomodating past deadline and day of registrations. As we make this transition, we appreciate your assistance in registering by the posted deadline. An added benefit on on-time registration is you increase your chance of getting your desired time. The more people who register on time, the less often we will need to cancel or reschedule classes. We greatly appreacite your cooperation during this transition. Class Locations: All classes are held in the lower level of the Pendleton Recreation Center. Please enter from the Emigrant (south) side of the building, and not through the gymnasium; watch for sign to “Activity Room” on wall. This will help us to avoid distracting other classes in session. Fall, winter and spring are 8 week sessions, summer is 5 weeks. Inclement Weather: If school cancels, we will cancel. Additional cancellations possible due to late afternoon /evening conditions. Cancellations will be posted on Facebook and we email participants. Age

Important Dates

1st Session

2nd Session

ALL register

12/27

2/27

Deadline to register

1/25

3/29

Session begins wk. of

1/30

4/3

Session ends wk. of

3/20

5/22

Interested in our gymnastics payment plan? Call the office to set up this convenient option on your credit or debit card.

Class

Day

Time

Session 1

Session 2

Fee

Instructor

18 mo. thru 3 yrs

Partners In Play

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5:15-5:45 pm

#5895

5902

$60

Kaiden Roba

3 to 4 years

Tiny Tumblers

M

5:45-6:30 pm

#5896

5903

$68

Angie Nash

Tumblers

M

6:30-7:15 pm

#5897

5904

$68

Angie Nash

Tumblers

W

4:30-5:15 pm

#5898

5905

$68

Amanda Copeland

5 + years

Boys Only

W

5:15-6:15 pm

#5892

5899

$75

Amanda Copeland

6 + years (beginners)

Gymnasts

W

6:15-7:15 pm

#5894

5901

$75

Amanda Copeland

Gymnastic Stars

W

3:30-4:30 pm

#5893

5900

$75

Amanda Copeland

3 to 6 years

6+ years (w/experience)

what we work on / by class Partners In Play:

tumblers:

Drills that build strength, flexibility, coordination & patience. Obstacle courses incl. vault, springboard, mini tramp, hoops, balls & bubbles. Forward log & backward rolls, supported back bends, basic bar drills incl. hanging, chin ups, toe touches, swinging and beam drills. Parent or guardian is required to participate with the child in this class.

Runs, hurdles, squat on vault, stick landings, on floor, supported back bend, cartwheel/ head/handstand drills, back handspring drills, rolls, and more; bar drills incl. chin/pull ups, toe touches, pull overs, casts back hip circles, dismounts, beam, straddle mounts walks, jumps, kicks and more (on low and high beam) Also obstacle courses.

Tiny Tumblers: Mastery of skills learned in gymnasts:

Partners in Play. Introduction of tumblers skills Both beginning and intermediate level skills will to ages 3-4. The first class without direct parental be taught on all four events: beam, bar, vault, and floor. Coach customizes instruction based involvement.

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on individual needs of class members. Children develop skills, working to achieve mastery to mark them off their “report card” increasing confidence and self-esteem as part of the process.

gymnastic stars: Perfecting squat on vault, handspring vault drills, floor cartwheels, head/handstands, back & front handsprings/drills, and walkovers, rolls. Bar skills to include casts, hip circles, cast squat on to bar drills, glides, low and high beam drills, also forward rolls, handstands, cartwheels, jumps dismount drills, and mounts.

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youth/teen activities kids in the Valentine’s

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Fee: $14 This activity is open to all middle and high school

Come spend some time in the kitchen and learn how to make something yummy with kids your own age! Chef Angie has all kinds of ideas to keep you busy and having fun. The rest of your family will be amazed at what a good cook you have become. We will also complete some crafts. All supplies included.

aged students. A partnership with Lost & Found Youth Outreach. Lots of gym activities available at 3:00 p.m. At 4:00 p.m. the pace changes to life skills group discussions. Topics include success at school, positive self-image, helping others, and lots more! Meets year-round. Call Suzanne Moore 541-276-3987 to register and for more information.

Location:

Rec Center, Pendleton Foundation Room

Location:

Rec Center, McCune Gym

Day/Date:

Wed, 2/8 to Thurs 2/9; Reg by Thurs, 2/2

Day/Date:

Every Thursday, except during holidays

Activity #: 5888

Activity #: 5870

Time:

Time:

5:00 to 6:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Nash

3:00 to 4:30 pm

Instructor: Suzanne Moore

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My Buddy & Me: Wildlife Explorers Hike Ages: 5+

xplore pendleton

Fee: FREE!

fee:

$9

Bring Grandpa, Mom, or Uncle Bob and enjoy an afternoon exploring nature. Wildlife Explorers is a program provided by the National Parks & Recreation Association geared toward children ages 5 - 10 years. Some of their activities will be enjoyed on a Springtime Saturday in the beautiful Blue Mountains. The destination is a trail above Harris Park, 14 miles Southeast of Milton-Freewater. Please pack a backpack or fanny pack with lunch and a water bottle.We will spend approximately 1 1/2 - 2 hours out on the trail. Parental involvment is required for ages 5-8! Location:

Depart Rec at 10 am

March 28, 29, 30 8:00 am - Noon Cost: $40 K-1st , Activity #5854 drop off 8am Pendleton Rec Center Pick Up Noon Pendleton Center for the Arts

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Ages: 5-9

delicious skills for life

2nd-4th, Activity # 5881 drop off 8am Pendleton Center for the Arts Pick up Noon Children’s Museum of Eastern Orgeon Pendleton Parks and Rec will escort between locations

Day/Date: Sat, 4/22 promptly at 10 am Activity #: 5890 Time:

Pendleton Center for the Arts clay, paper mache, and painting

10 am to 3 pm

Instructor: Lisa Patrick

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Children’s museum art, music, science, cooking, and gardening Pendleton rec center dodgeball, obstacle course, pickleball, and ping pong

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Movie Night: Moana Ages: ALL!

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This season’s free movie night is none other than Moana! A film that introduces the newest Disney Princess. According to Disney, it is“about an adventurous teenager who is inspired to leave the safety and security of her island on a daring journey to save her people. Inexplicably drawn to the ocean, Moana (voice of Auli’i Cravalho) convinces the mighty demigod Maui (voice of Dwayne Johnson) to join her mission.” Location:

Vert

Day/Date:

Fri, 3/31

Activity #: 5885 Time:

7:00 to 10:30 pm; Doors Open at 6:15 pm

Instructor: Pendleton Parks and Rec Staff

This is the ultimate trampoline palace. Play dodgeball, dunk a basketball, and just jump like a wild one. Lots of play areas for everyone. We will leave the Rec Center parking lot at 12:00 p.m. and return at approximately 5:15 p.m. The fee includes transportation and 1 hour of jump time. We will stop for ice cream on the way home (not included in registration fee). Seats on the City’s mini bus are limited to the first 14 registered. Spread the word and register to save your seat today! Make this a part of your Spring Vacation plans. Ages 7 - 15 years. important information: Complete the Get-Air Tri-Cities on-line waiver at www. getairtricities.com. KIDS CANNOT JUMP IF WAIVER IS NOT CORRECTLY COMPLETED! Get Air can verify waivers online, but providing a printed copy when checking your child in at the Rec Center prior to departure helps ensure that there are no problems and your child gets to jump! Location:

Depart from Rec Center parking lot

Day/Date:

Mon, 3/27; Reg by Wed 3/22

Time:

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Why are owls the perfect hunter? Where do owls live? What can we do to protect owls? What can we learn from owls? We will dissect owl pellets and use an identification poster to name the bones we find, watch a few cool short videos, and visit with a real live owl from the rescue organization Blue Mountain Wildlife. Parents invited at no additional charge! Location:

Rec Center, Foundation Room

Day/Date:

Thurs, 4/13; Reg by Fri 4/7

Activity #: 5891 Time:

Activity #: 5850

1:00 to 2:30 pm

Instructor: Lisa Patrick

Noon to 5:15 pm

Instructor: Brian Roe

friday gamer’s night Ages: 10-17

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Owls: Habitat, Habits, & Prey Fee: $20 Ages: ALL!

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A great way to spend Friday night for middle -- high school aged students. Join us at the gym. FREE organized tournament and other related activities (like dance games) with great leadership to make it fun! Program begins in October and continues through May. No pre-registration required. Grab some friends and plan on a good time. Action begins at 7 p.m. and continues to approximately 10:30 p.m. (or until the competition is done). Gamer’s Night occurs one Friday a month and extends through the school year. Location:

McCune Gym, Rec Center

Day/Date:

1/6, 2/10, 3/10, 4/14, 5/12

Activity #: 5862 Time:

7:00 to 10:30 pm

Instructor: Lost & Found Youth Outreach Volunteers

Gamer’s Night

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youth/teen sports

All Comers Youth Track Meet free!

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karate: ryukyu kempo All Ages

Okinawan Kemp Karate is a traditional martial art. It is based on developing good human character. Because karate doesn’t compete with others, children as well as older adults can learn and practice this art, to become healthy in body and mind. We study kata’s, traditional okinawan wood weapons, and calligraphy. Our instructor, Sensei Lars Hansen, has studied karate for over 10 years and is certified by the United Ryukyu Kempo Alliance. There is a $20 shirt fee to get started. You can wear your own black sweatpants or purchase karate pants from the instructor ($1525. No yoga pants. The monthly registration fee is due the Thursday prior to the first class day of the month. www.ryukyukemo.com Location:

Rec Center, McCune Gym

Day/Date: Tu & Th; see dates below

Saturday, May 20, 2017 Pendleton High School Track

Fee: $50

Activity #: 1/3-1/31, #5813 2/2-2/28, #5866

18 mos - 10 years details to come

3/2-3/30, #5867 4/4-4/27, #5868 5/2-5/30, #5869 Time:

5:30 to 6:30 pm

Instructor: Sensei Lars Hansen

Open

Gym!!!

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special needs open gym

NO sCHOOL oPEN gYM

Ages: All Ages

open gym for li’l bucks

FREE! Ages: 6-13

Fee: $5 Grades 1-3

FREE!

Come out of the weather to get some exercise. We have lots of equipment to make your time in the gym fun and our wonderful sound system can really help to pick up the pace of your activities.

Be prepared for lots of physical activity! We play dodgeball and basketball. We also play foosball, pool, and ping pong, Minimum 15, maximum 40. Registration fee includes a snack.

This is basketball for the little ones! Kids in 1st through 3rd grades are welcome to drop-in and hang out with Coach Luddington during any of these Saturday sessions.

Location:

Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date: Sundays

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date:

1/27, 3/10, & 4/13; Reg by 2 days prior

Day/Date:

Sa, 3/11-3/20; No pre-registration req’d

Activity #: 5871

Activity #: Jan, #5874; March, #5875; April #5876

Activity #: 5825

Time:

Time:

Time:

Noon to 1:30 pm

Instructor: Winnie Burnett (Volunteer!)

9:00 am - Noon

Instructor: Angie Nash

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8:30 to 9:30 am

Instructor: Coach Luddington (Volunteer!)

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Pendleton Youth Basketball PYB: Girls Grades 1-6

Li’l Bucks

basketball skills: OTT 3rd-5th

This recreational program will focus on team Ages: Grades 1&2 Fee: $65 work, ball handling, rules of the game, pass and This recreational program will focus on team cut, give and go, and basic defensive strategy. work, ball handling, rules of the game, pass and Teams will be formed at this time based on total cut, give and go and basic defensive strategy. kids registered and number of available coaches. T-shirt included with the registration fee. Registration after this date is on a space available Location: basis only. Please help us run a quality program Day: register EARLY and volunteer! Date:

Sat 1/21-2/25

Location:

Rec Center, McCune Gym

Day:

Sun

Date:

2/22-3/5; Reg by 1/18

Sherwood and Washington Elementary Schools

Activity #: 5887

For specific age-related group information, please Instructor: Volunteer Coaches! see below.

Grades 1 & 2

First Day: January 14th, kids will meet their coaches. It is an exciting day! Come to Warberg Court at Pendleton High School and look for the team and coach lists posted on the wall. We’ll also hold a parent’s meeting, followed by a short practice. We will start at 9:00 a.m. and end at approximately 10:45 a.m. on 1/14 only. Practices will be on Saturday mornings during the 8:00 am to Noon time block. Your coach will provide the exact times. During the program, kids will work with their coach on basic skills development and “fun drills” to keep it interesting. We will end the program February 25th with a 3 on 3 jamboree. Location:

Grades 3/4 & 5/6

Girls: #5772 8:00 am to Noon

Sunridge Middle School

Day/Date: Skills Assessment, Sat, 1/7 Sat (8 weeks), 1/7-2/25; registration by Tuesday, Jan 3rd guarantees placement on a team. Games will be held on Saturdays beginning January 28th with the final game February 25th.

PHS Warberg Court

Activity #: Boys: #5769

Fee: $35

Teams practice twice per week at various gyms around town. Coach will contact players regarding first practice time and location after assessment and completion of team assignments. Location:

Activity #: Grades 3/4, #5773 Grades 5/6, #5774 Time:

3:15 to 4:30 pm

Instructor: Stephen Garnett

Skills Assessment: 3rd/4th graders will checkin at 9:00 and workout from 9:15-10:15 a.m. at Sunridge Middle School. 5th/6th graders will check in at 10:15 a.m. and workout from 10:3011:30 a.m.

Day/Date: Sa (7 weeks), 1/14-2/25; reg. by Mo, 1/9

Time:

Time:

grades 3/4 & 5/6 Fee: $25 (incl. t-shirt)

Fee: $65

This program focuses on individual skill development. Coach Garnett focuses on building confidence with ball handling, approaching the basket and pushing your limits. The increasing intensity of the drills challenge the kids to take their game to an entirely new level. Some basketball experience is helpful.

Volunteer coaches, assistant coaches and team Activity #: Boys #5769 parents needed. Coaching manual and equipment Girls #5772 provided. Time: To be announced

grades 1/2

Ages: Grades 3-5

basketball skills: ott adv. 6th+ Ages: Grades 6+

Fee: $75

Coach Garnett focuses on building confidence with ball handling, approaching the basket and pushing your limits. The increasing intensity of the drills challenge the kids to take their game to an entirely new level. The ADVANCED program spends half of the workout focused on skill development and the second half focused on applying those skills in a competitive format. During competition Coach G stops play to take advantage of teachable moments with the young athletes. Youth need basketball experience for the Advanced program. We need a minimum of 8 athletes registered by Wed, Jan 18. Location:

Rec Center, McCune Gym

Day:

Sun

Date:

2/22-3/5; Reg by 1/18

Activity #: 5886 Time:

4:30 to 6:15 pm

Instructor: Stephen Garnett

9:00 am to Noon

CONCUSSION POLICY: On an annual basis prior to participation, for each participant under 12, at least one parent or legal guardian of the student must sign the Concussion Informed Consent form acknowledging the receipt of information regarding symptoms and warning signs of concussions. You will be provided access to the document during the registration process. Return it to the Parks and Recreation Office prior to the registration deadline or bring it with you on skill assessment day, 1/7.

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special events

Daddy daughter dance Ages: K-8th

Let your little girl get all gussied up and spend a special evening with her. The DJ, decorations, famous chocolate fountain, light hors d’oeurves, random drawings, gift at the door, and a posed picture to capture the memory are all a part of a fun-filled evening. This heart warming event pulls together 650 members of our community and sells out every year in advance. No tickets will be sold at the door. Please register early. Pendleton Convention Center

Day/Date: Sat, 2/4 Photo booth begins at 5:30 pm Dance, 6:00-9:00 pm Time:

Roy Raley Park Ice Rink Mon, 1/16

Activity #: 5889

Noon to 3:00 pm

Time:

Instructor: Staff

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mother son dance Ages: K-5th

Bus departs Parks and Rec office 6:30am

Day/Date: Sat, 1/7, 1/21, 2/4, 2/18

Activity #: #5808 Time:

Location:

Fee: $12.50/person

What all the moms have been waiting for! We are hosting another mother and son dance for K-5th. This exciting night will consist of semi-formal moms and sons dancing the night away. Registration includes tickets to the dance for one mother/son duo and a commemorative photo of the evening. Please register early because we expect to sell out! This night is such a special treat that we do not want anyone to get shut out. Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date: Sat, 1/21; Reg. by Wed, 1/18

6:30 to 9:30 pm

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Day/Date:

Location:

Activity #: 5906

Fee: $25/couple, $10 add

We will have games that involve eating donuts on a string, popping balloons around your ankle, “Pie Face,” karaoke, story time (who can be the most dramatic!), and Twister, to name a few. We will fill our bellies at the pancake/waffle bar and give ourselves manicures. Don’t forget about the prizes! Bring your cameras to capture the laughs and be prepared to let your hair down and have Ski Bus: Anthony Lakes some fun! Open to daughters grades K-8th. Space Ages: 12+ Fee: $100 is limited and will fill before our deadline so do Catch a ride on the bus! The Ski Bus has finally not wait. returned! Take advantage of one of four trips. Location: Vert We will be taking a school bus to Anthony Lakes Day/Date: Sat, 5/6; Reg by Tues, 5/2 on four Saturdays this ski season (1/7, 1/21, 2/4, Activity #: 5877 2/18). Deeply discounted lift tickets and rentals Time: 6:30 to 8:00 pm are available on the mountain at just $17 per ice carnival f t lift ticket. Ages 3-6 and 70+ get FREE lift tickets. Ages: 10+ FREE! Equipment rental is just $17 for a board or skis. Parents - this is a no school day! There will be $30 per ride or $100 for all 4 days. Ages 3-13 must games and prizes (with sufficient attendance) and be accompanied by an adult. Sign up deadline to lots of free skate time. secure your seat is one week prior to the trip day.

Fee:$35/couple, $10 each Location: additional

Location:

Ages: K-8th

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Daddy Daughter Dance

mother-daughter Night: Sweet Dreams Pajama Party

Activity #: 5809

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Time:

6:30 to 9:30 pm

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adult activities karate: ryukyu kempo All Ages

Fee: $50

Okinawan Kemp Karate is a traditional martial art. It is based on developing good human character. Because karate doesn’t compete with others, children as well as older adults can learn and practice this art, to become healthy in body and mind. We study kata’s, traditional okinawan wood weapons, and calligraphy. Our instructor, Sensei Lars Hansen, has studied karate for over 10 years and is certified by the United Ryukyu Kempo Alliance. There is a $20 shirt fee to get started. You can wear your own black sweatpants or purchase karate pants from the instructor ($1525. No yoga pants. The monthly registration fee is due the Thursday prior to the first class day of the month. www.ryukyukemo.com Location:

Rec Center, McCune Gym

Day/Date: Tu & Th; see dates below Activity #: 2/2-2/28, #5866 3/2-3/30, #5867 4/4-4/27, #5868 5/2-5/30, #5869 Time:

5:30 to 6:30 pm

Instructor: Sensei Lars Hansen

Instructor spotlight: Sensei Lars Hansen Lars Hansen is one of our newest instructors, and he has brought a breath of fresh air with him. His energy and passion for karate translates to his students, of all ages, in all of his classes. Hansen began studying Tawkwondo in his youth, but gave it up when he moved away. He picked back up when he was 15. After high school, Hansen joined the Air Force and got busy with those experiences. Between military service and an anxiety he began to feel about starting over again, it took him a few years to return to the dojo. He described this by saying “I was interested in karate but never went. I wasn’t sure where to go. I didn’t know what I would have to do when I got there, so the uncertainty led me to not go. Years went by.” That dread is something that

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many people can relate to. However, Hansen overcame those feelings when one day he decided out of the blue to just show up: “I walked into the Karate Dojo in Hermiston and said ‘Please teach me!’ And you know what. it was something I could do!” He said. “Do you know what the hardest part of doing something new is? Starting. Half of life is showing up and getting out of our comfort zone.” Hansen now uses his personal experieinces to add to his classes, and it shows. His students are more comfortable with someone who has been through those feelings of uncertainty and self-consciousness. Please make him feel welcome when you see him around the Rec Center. We are happy to have him with us!

Waltz and foxtrot Fee: $24 Ages: 16+

Fee: $24

Cha Cha is one of the fundamental three social dances that makes a well-versed dancer; the other two are foxtrot and waltz. Cha Cha can be danced to a variety of music genres and tempos. It can be sassy or graceful. It is up to you and your style! The fun aspect of this class is that the turns learned for Cha Cha can be used in Salsa! Wear comfortable shoes that allow for turning steps. We cannot wait to see you on the dance floor! No partner required.

Learn the basic moves and a few turns to dress up your foxtrot and waltz. Foxtrot is not an out-dated dance. It is one of the most versatile dances you can learn as it works just as well when George Strait sings as when Ariana Grande. When a waltz is played, it is reassuring to have a few basic steps in your repertoire. Learn the advantages of leading and following while moving to the beat. Wear comfortable shoes that allow for turning steps. No partner required.

Location:

Location:

Rec Center, McCune Gym

Rec Center, McCune Gym

Day/Date: Tues, 1/10-2/14 (6 weeks); Reg by 1/5

Day/Date: Tues, 1/10-2/14 (6 weeks); Reg by 1/5

Activity #: 5883

Activity #: 5882

Time:

Time:

7:30 to 8:30 pm (6 weeks)

Instructor: April Dyntera

6:15 to 7:15 pm

Instructor: April Dyntera

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adult activities dog obedience: who’s in charge? Ages: 14+

Fee: $48

Help make your dog a welcome member of the family and pleasure to be around. Basic commands will be covered such as sit/stay, down/stay, and heel. Trouble areas will also be addressed such as not pulling or jumping. This class is delivered in a format that keeps dog/owner pairs engaged in various “stations” throughout the class. Location:

Rec Center, McCune Gym

Day/Date: Mon 4/3-5/8 (6 weeks); Reg by Tues 3/28 Activity #: 5861

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walking for wellness Ages: Any

FREE!

Good music, new friends, and a classic gymnasium out of the weather. Start your day off right and get walking! Due to the generous donation of time from some walking volunteers, we are now able to offer this program FREE of charge. Gym will be open during hours below unless posted otherwise. Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date: Mon-Fri, except during holidays Activity #: 5873

5:30 to 6:30 pm

Time:

Instructor: TBD

8:30 to 9:30 am

Instructor: City Volunteer!

Fridays, 7:00 to 9:00 pm rec center, mccune gym

$130

birthday celebration end of season sports team party or no occasion at all! We have a great sound system and you can use the game loft to serve snacks. Call 541-276-8100 to check availability.

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yoga - basic Ages: 16+

Fee: $40, drop-in $9 Punch Card $48 for 6 punches

Breathing, strengthening, stretching, and balancing - these are the ingredients of yoga which can create numerous health benefits for the body. Class begins with breathing and a gentle warm-up to prepare the body and mind to work. The heart of the class is a series of poses that can be vigorous, gentle, or adapted, according to the individual’s needs. Deep stretching and relaxation occur at the end so students leave feeling strengthened, energized and refreshed. Location:

Rec Center, Pendleton Foundation Rm.

Day/Date: Tu & Th, see dates below Activity #: 1/3-1/24 (No class 1/19), #5857 1/31-2/21, #5858

Register on-line or at the parks office by Thursday noon of the week before the first class day. Once that date is reached you must register at with the main office, in person or over the phone.

2/28-3/16, #5856 4/4-4/20, #5855 Time:

5:15 to 6:30 pm

Instructor: Jean Guidry

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adult sports sOFTBALL: sPRING KICKOFF tOURNAMENT Ages: 16+

Fee: $100/team

What a great way to kick off the season. This tournament will be fun and entertaining. There will be a couple different innings to add quite the degree of strategy to the equation. Be ready to run the bases backward, use a 16’’ ball, and deal with other exciting twists. Will be an 6 and 4 format. ASA rules apply. Deadline to register is may 16th. don’t get shut out. Location:

Community Field #2 at Community Park West

Day/Date:

Sat 5/20

Activity #: 5880 Time:

8:00 am to 4:00 pm

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Instructor: Jeff Hamilton, 541-966-0229 for info

softball: adult men’s Ages: 16+

sOFTBALL: adult coed Fee: $200/team

This is a great way to get a business team together or just a group of friends. Our adult men’s softball has ASA-based rules. Games will be played on Mondays, but Thursdays may be added if needed. Each team will receive a scorebook and one dozen balls with their registration fee. For specific league information, contact Jeff Hamilton at 541-966-0229. Location:

Steve Price Field at Community Park

Ages: 16+

Our adult coed softball is a 5 and 5 team format and ASA-based rules. Games will be played Tuesdays, but Wednesdays may be added if needed. Season is 11 weeks. Each team will receive a scorebook and one dozen balls with their registration fee. For specific league information, contact Jeff Hamilton at 541-276-8100. Location:

West Day/Date:

Fee: $200/team

Steve Price Field at Community Park West

Mon 5/22-8/7

Day/Date:

Tues 5/23-8/8

Activity #: 5879

Activity #: 5878

Time:

Time:

6:00 to 8:00 pm

Instructor: Jeff Hamilton, 541-966-0229 for info

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6:00 to 7:00 pm

Instructor: Jeff Hamilton, 541-966-0229 for info

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adult sports adult coed Power and recreational volleyball Ages: 16+

Fee: $80 ref your own league

This is a ref-your-own league with two different levels of play: power for the more competitive players or recreational for just-out-to-have-fun players. Depending on the number of teams we may have to use Tuesday nights as well. Sign up at the parks and recreation office before

jan 18th. Location:

Sunridge Middle School

Day/Date: Mon, Starts 1/23; Reg by 1/18 Activity #: Time:

Start Times: 6:15, 7:15, or 8:15 pm

Instructor: Jeff Hamilton Call 541-966-0229 for more information

adult open gym FREE!

Ease into another work week with a court-pounding Sunday evening at the Rec Center. Grab a basketball game or two for a great way to stay in shape. Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date: Sun, 2/2-9/24 Activity #: 5859 Time:

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Ages: 16+

6:30-8:30 pm

Instructor: City Volunteer!

Aquatic Center Opens June 9 Learn to Swim Program June 19 - June 29 July 3 - July 13 July 17 - July 27 July 31 - Aug 10

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p E N D L E TO N PARKS & FA C I L I T I E S

1 Parks & Cemetery Office 865 Tutuilla Road

2 Pendleton Recreation Center 510 SW Dorion

Helen McCune Gymnasium Foundation Room (basement) Activity Room (basement)

3 Pendleton Family Aquatic Center 1901 NW Carden

4 Vert Auditorium 480 SW Dorion

5 Vert Little Theater Vert Club Room 345 SW 4th

6 Pendleton Ice Rink in Roy Raley Park 1205 SW Court

1. Aldrich, 1101 NW King Ave.

8. Museum, 108 SW Frazer

16. Stillman, 413 SE Byers ⌂

2. Brownfield, 12 S. Main St.

9. Pioneer, 400 NW Despain ⌂

17. Til Taylor, 700 SE Dorion

3. Community East, 1000 SW 37th St. ⌂

10. Rice-Blakey, 2220 SW Quinney Ave. ⌂

18. Trailhead, 2101 Westgate Pl.

11. River Parkway

19. Union Pacific Shelter, on River Parkway

4. Grecian Heights, 1910 SW Athens Wy. ⌂

12. Roy Raley, 1205 SW Court Ave. ⌂

20. Vincent, 400 NW Ingram

5. Kiwanis, 1800 SE Byers ⌂

13. Rudy Rada Skatepark, 101 Northgate

21. Riverfront Plaza, Court & SW 4th

6. May, 180 SE Isaac Ave.

14. Sergeant City, 500 NW 14th St.

7. McKay Neighborhood, 1531 SW 44th Ave.

15. Sherwood, 720 SW 29th St.

Community West, 1200 SW 44th St. ⌂

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⌂ reservable shelter

Call 276-8100 to reserve a shelter

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program index by month program

Starts

Pg. #

PROGRAM

STARTS

January

PG.#

March

Karate: Ryukyu Kempo Open Gyms Tot Time at the Gym Walking for Wellness Yoga - Basic Skills for Life Friday Night Gamer’s

1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/5 1/6

9 9, 15 5 13 13 7 8

Ski Bus: Anthony Lakes Pendleton Youth Basketball: Girls 3/4 & 5/6 Dance: Cha Cha and Salsa and Waltz and Foxtrot Pendleton Youth Basketball: Girls 1/2 Ice Carnival Mother Son Dance Pendleton Youth Basketball: Li’l Bucks Sports Development Program Gymnastics - Session 1 February Yoga - Basic Karate Daddy Daughter Dance Ski Bus: Anthony Lake Kids in the Kitchen Friday Night Gamer’s Pendleton Youth Basketball: OTT

1/7 1/7 1/10 1/14 1/16 1/21 1/21 1/22 1/30

11 10 12 10 6 11 10 5 6

1/31 2/2 2/4 2/4 & 2/18 2/8 2/10 2/22

13 9 11 11 7 8 10

Yoga - Basic Karate Planting Seeds for Spring Friday Night Gamer’s Get Air Tri-Cities Road Trip Xplore Pendleton Movie Night: Moana

2/28 3/2 3/8 3/10 3/27 3/28 3/31

9 9 5 8 8 7 8

4/3 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/13 4/14 4/22

6 13 13 9 8 8 7

5/2 5/6

9 11

5/12 5/20 5/20 5/22 5/23

8 9 14 14 14

APRIL Gymnastics - Session 2 Dog Obedience: Who’s In Charge? Yoga - Basic Karate Owl’s: Habitats, Habits, & Prey Friday Night Gamer’s My Buddy & Me: Wildlife Explorers Hike MAY Karate Mother-Daughter Night: Sweet Dreams Pajama Party Friday Night Gamer’s All Comers Youth Track Meet Softball: Spring Kickoff Tournament Softball: Adult Men’s Softball: Adult Coed

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february

march

Thomas the Train Party Wednesday, January 11th 4:30 pm Ages 0-6 Registration Required

Toddler Valentine’s Day Dance Wednesday, February 8th 4:30 pm Ages 0-6 Registration Required

Dinosaur Train Party Wednesday, March 15th 4:30 pm Ages 0-6 Registration Required

LEGO Party Thursday, January 19th 4:30 pm Ages 5-12 Registration required.

Cupcake Wars Thursday, February 23rd 4:30 pm Ages 6-12 Registration required.

Disney princess party Thursday, March 23rd 4:30 PM Ages 3-12

Family Science night Thursday, January 26th 6:00 pm All Ages No Registration required. OSU Master Gardener’s Library Speaker Series: “Hydroponics dutch buckets” Tuesday, January 3rd 7:00 pm All Ages No Registration required. Tech Class: What Did You get for christmas? Saturday, January 7th 2:00 pm Adults and Teens Please Call to Register. crafternoons Tuesdays 4:15 pm 18

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January

Family Science Night Thursday March 30th 6:00 PM All Ages No registration Required

OSU Master Gardener’s Library Speaker Series: “Pollinators” Tuesday, January 3rd 7:00 pm All Ages No Registration required. crafternoons Tuesdays 4:15 pm

OSU Master Gardener’s Library Speaker Series: Container Gardening Tuesday, March 7th 7:00 pm All Ages No Registration required.

Tech Class: Art and Technology Saturday, February 18th 2:00 pm Adult 18+ Please Call to Register.

Tech Class: Intro to Ancestry Saturday, March 11th 2:00 pm Adult 18+ Please Call to Register.

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april

may

Farm Party Wednesday, April 12th 4:30 PM Ages 0-6 Registration Required

Where the Wild things are: Monster Extravaganza Wednesday, May 10th 4:30 pm Ages 0-6 Registration required.

Mini-Carnival Thursday, April 20th 4:30 pm Ages 4-12 Registration Required. OSU Master Gardener’s Library Speaker Series: Vermipost/ © wawritto - Fotolia.com Vermicomposting Tuesday, April 4th 7:00 pm All Ages Please call to register. Tech Class: Library2Go Saturday, April 22nd 2:00 pm Adult 18+ Please Call to Register. diy: Remember May Baskets? Tuesday, April 25th 6:00 pm Adults and Teens. Please call to register. crafternoons Tuesdays 4:15 pm

Karaoke Party Thursday, May 18th 4:30 pm Ages 8-13 Registration Required crafternoons Tuesdays 4:15 pm

women in music: Someone Will Remember Us Tuesday, March 14th 7:00 pm All Ages! Lauren Pelon traces the story of women in music and performs music from around the world.

Coloring club! Adults and teens gather for an informal hour of coloring. No pressure, just relaxation. 5:30 to 6:30 pm 1/4, 2/1, 3/1, 4/5, 5/3

adult classes

Family Science Night Thursday, May 25th 6:00 PM All Ages No Registration required.

diy: Heartfelt Crafts Wednesday, January 24th 6:00 pm Craft a Valentine for your sweetie! Registration required.

Tech Class: intro to google drive Saturday, May 13th 2:00 pm Adult 18+ Please Call to Register.

diy: Think “Green” Tuesday, February 28th 6:00 pm We will create a lovely St. Patty’s Day Craft! Please call to register.

diy:An Origami construction Tuesday, May 23rd 6:00 pm Adults and Teens. Registration required. We will construct a great piece of architechture

diy: Spring in the Air Tuesday, March 28th 6:00 pm Adults and Teens. Registration required.

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Major donors & sponsors

Donor

partners

volunteers

Walmart Swire Coca-Cola of Pendleton Pendleton Rotary Club One Main Financial Pendleton Quicky Lube Northwest Farm Credit Services Wheatland Insurance McLaughlin’s Landscaping Shari’s Restaraunt Great Pacific Wine and Coffee Company Stan and Marjorie Prowant Dee Santo Karen Allen Les Schwab

Pendleton Convention Center VFW Post #922 Ladies Auxiliary

Glenn and Judy Graham City of Pendleton Volunteers Pendleton High School National Honor Society Pendleton High School Leadership Pendleton Astra Pendleton High School FFA Norton Construction, LLC Baha’I Faith Helix Key Club BMCC Ambassadors Pendleton Family Dental

We’re so grateful for the support from our community! We couldn’t do what we do without all of you!

Aquatic Center Opens June 9 dISCOUNTED POOL PASSES ON SALE STARTING MARCH 1

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