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CITY OF

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PARKS & RECREATION

ACTIVITY GUIDE 2018 WINTER/ SPRING REGISTRATION BEGINS ONLINE 12/22 IN OFFICE 12/27

NEW! BIRTHDAY PARTY OPTIONS, P. 4 ALL COMERS YOUTH TRACK MEET, P.9 DADDY DAUGHTER AND MOTHER SON DANCES, P.11 NEW! DOWNTOWN BASKETBALL TOURNEY, P. 12 MORE INSIDE!

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Greetings from the Director! Greetings Parks and Recreation supporters!

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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Special Events

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Adult Programs

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Since I am retiring at the end of January, this will be my last activity guide. I came to work for the Pendleton Parks and Recreation in August of 1991. Like many people, I was unaware of what a Parks and Recreation Department means to a community. At the time, I thought all they did was mow the grass and give kids a place to play and hang out. Boy, was I ever in for an education. If I had several pages to

Pendleton Public Library Events

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Map

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is extensive, and I’m glad I’ve had a behind-the-

Activity Index by Month

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scene look at it for the past 26 years.

fill, I could share the list of everything we do. It

STUFF WE WANT YOU TO KNOW WHERE TO FIND PARKS & RECREATION BROCHURES

• The most current version is always online. • Parks & Cemetery Office, 865 Tutuilla Road, Pendleton.

• Pendleton Public Library, City Hall, and Chamber of Commerce

• Rooster’s, Up With Donuts, Tum-A-Lum, Safeway, and the East Oregonian.

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

ACCOMMODATIONS

PENDLETON PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION

the majority of the community by increasing livability. That makes Pendleton such a great

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 541-276-8100.

(Vacant as of 12/31/17)

Kathryn Brown

place to live, work, and raise a family. The staff

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Rick Guenther, V. Chair

Brett Bryan

John Blessinger

Molly Turner

Jake Cambier, City

Dawn DiFuria Mc-

Council Liaison

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Commission meetings are held at noon, the second Tuesday of each month, at the City Hall Community Room, Pendleton. These meetings are public and we encourage your participation! If you have an issue or request that you would like on the agenda, contact the Parks Office at 541-2768100 by the Tuesday prior to the meeting.

When it comes to our staff, we are one of the smallest departments in the City, but we affect

of this department is second to none, and I have enjoyed working with each and every one of them. When I look at other cities of similar size (some even larger than Pendleton), I see that our department offers a large selection of activities and programs. We have a wonderful Aquatic

By enrolling in or attending any class or activity offered by Pendleton Parks and 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.

Center, Pendleton Recreation Center, Pendleton

OFFICE LOCATIONS

Ice Rink, a dog park, disc golf course, Pickleball

PARKS & CEMETERY OFFICE

courts, an Air Park, softball fields, and many new play structures with three more on the way. Our recreation staff is constantly coming up with new

Mon–Thurs, 7:00 am-4:00 pm, Open during lunch Fri, 7:00 am-4:00 pm, Closed during lunch 865 Tutuilla Road, Pendleton, OR 97801 Telephone: 541-276-8100 FAX: 541-276-9789

PARKS & RECREATION STAFF

programs. This is something that is a lot harder

Donnie Cook

Director

than one might think.

Lisa Patrick

Recreation Supervisor

So please look through our guide, and if you see

PENDLETON RECREATION CENTER

Jeff Hamilton

Parks & Rec Supervisor

something you might like to do, please sign up,

Casey Brown

Special Projects Coordinator

Melissa Porter

Office Specialist

and Go Play Outside!!!

Angie Nash

Recreation Assistant

Helen McCune Gym Pendleton Foundation Room 510 SW Dorion, Pendleton, OR 97801 Lisa Patrick, 541-966-0228

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REGISTRATION

STUFF WE WANT YOU TO KNOW MAIL AND E-MAIL NEWS

ONLINE REGISTRATION

MAIL: We will distribute the guide through the schools. We will send periodic flyers that help fill the gap between guides, typically around holiday breaks.

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.

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 occasionally use your email address for special announcements. If you would like to OPT-OUT of these special announcements, you can change your preferences.

Getting there is the same as always. From our homepage, click “REGISTER/RESERVE” and begin by creating your account. If you have previously registered for an activity, reserved a shelter, or purchased a season pass, you’ll already have an account. Your login ID is your email address. If it is the first time you have used the online site, you’ll need to select “forgot password” in order to receive a temporary password.

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CITY OF PENDLETON Community Notification System SIGN UP NOW

We encourage you to register online for all of your Pendleton Parks and Recreation needs! Online registration powered by Active.com

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y www.pendleton.or.us/alert-sense u SCHOLARSHIPS h Pendleton Parks and Recreation has a limited s scholarship fund that can assist qualifying youth. d Call the Parks Office at 541-276-8100 to find out s how to qualify.

REGISTRATION GUIDELINES • There will be a convenience fee added to each

Would you like to help give someone access to recreation activities by donating to the scholarship fund? Please contact the Parks Office.

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 served basis. • Activities are subject to change by Pendleton Parks and Recreation. Class minimums must be met or the class is subject to cancellation. • Unless you hear otherwise from us, GO TO CLASS. We will contact you only if a class has been changed or cancelled.

TEACH A CLASS

CREDITS & REFUNDS

Scholarships are available for eligible classes and events only. Birthday parties and swim lessons are not eligible.

If you would like to lead/instruct a new program, please contact Lisa Patrick at 541-966-0228 with your ideas. 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!

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.

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

►MAIL (WHEN APPLICABLE)

Pendleton Parks and 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.

►ONLINE • Click REGISTER/RESERVE at the top right of the screen on www.pendletonparksandrec.com. • 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. 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. Students on a waitlist are not guaranteed a space in the program. We encourage registering on a waitlist for tracking purposes.

VOLUNTEERS

During the year we quite often need help for special events; both individuals and civic groups are welcome. Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator, Tiffany Hegarty, at 541-966-0244.

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Sponsor Impact in 2017

Sponsors are critical to our success. What we offer as a department is broadened and deepened with sponsor impact. That would not be possible without the support of several organizations, local businesses, and volunteers. Citizen support also contributes to that economy through your time, direct donations to the sponsorship program, and when you thank and shop at/ volunteer with the businesses and organizations that support our programming and events.

BIRTHDAY PARTIES IN THE GYM Ages: up to age 18

Fee: $55

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), putt putt golf course (add $10), Nerf Wars set up (add $10), or Glow in the Dark Dodgeball (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. 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 541-276-8100 to book your party today! Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day(s):

Saturdays

Date(s):

Year-round (limited time slots in the summer months)

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.

NEW OPTIONS! Nerf wars and glow in the dark dodgeball

Movies in the Park, Daddy Daughter Dance, the annual Halloween Carnival, the Wednesdays in the Park Summer Concert Series, and the scholarship program all rely on your generous financial contributions in order to continue year after year. We strive to cover our direct costs with sponsor donations. Expenses such as movie licensing fees, concessions, concert performers, sound crew, some advertising materials, candy, and carnival prizes are purchased with sponsor dollars. Staff time to organize and implement these events, advertising and promotion, and venue charges are covered within our budget. This is how the taxpayer helps to bring Parks and Recreation to our community. Your support makes great things happen for Pendletonians, mvtaking our lifestyle here at the base of the Blues just a little bit richer. THANK YOU for your generosity and continued support.

Lisa Patrick

BENEFITS OF DONATING TO THE YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM *STAYS IN THE COMMUNITY *HELPS YOUR NEIGHBORS *MAKES AN IMMEDIATE IMPACT *SUPPORTS ACTIVITIES YEAR-ROUND ASK US HOW! 541-276-8100

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YOUTH PROGRAMS ALPHABETICAL LIST ON PG. #19 REGISTRATION BEGINS ONLINE 12/22 AND IN OFFICE ON 12/27 pg.

Get Air Tri-Cities Road Trip

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Pendleton Ice Rink

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Adult 3 on 3 Basketball League

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Gymnastics

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Polar Bear Challenge at the Ice Rink

Adult Open Gym: Sunday Basketball

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Handstands and Cartwheels

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Rugby

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Skills for Life

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After School 3x3 Basketball League

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Ice Carnival

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All Comers Youth Track Meet

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Indoor Soccer (Ages 5-7)

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Basketball Skills

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Karate

Beer Appreciation 101

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Kids in the Kitchen: Cupcake Wars

Daddy Daughter Dance

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Dance: Arizona 2-Step and West Coast Swing

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Kids in the Kitchen: Delicious Valentines

Dog Obedience: “Who’s In Charge?”

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Drop-in Skating Lessons

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Early Morning Basketball (Saturdays)

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Friday Gamer’s Night

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8 & 14

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Softball

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Special Needs Open Gym

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Sports Development Program

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Tot Time at the Gym

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Volleyball

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Mother Son Dance

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Walking for Wellness

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Mother Daughter Night: Princess Paint Party

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Yoga

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No School Open Gyms

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Open Gym for Lil Bucks

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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

TOT TIME AT THE GYM Ages: little ones not

Ages: 3-5

Fee: $1/child

The Start Smart Sports Development Program is a developmentally appropriate introductory sports program for children 3-5 years old. The focus will be on skills such as throwing, catching, batting, and kicking, not competition. Equipment is provided. PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT REQUIRED!

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 pre-registration necessary. Location:

Fee: $25

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date: Every Monday (except holidays); no reg. required

Location:

Activity #: 6184

Activity #: 6183

Time:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date: Sun 1/14-2/18 (6 weeks); reg. by 1/9

10:00 to 11:00 am

Time:

Instructor: Angie Nash

1:45 to 2:45 pm

Instructor: Angie Nash

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GYMNASTICS IMPORTANT DATES

A MESSAGE FROM THE COACHES: All levels

1st Session

2nd Session

ALL register

12/27

12/27

Deadline to register

1/15

3/26

Session begins wk. of

1/22

4/2

Session ends wk. of

3/12

5/21

Age

Class

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Session 1

Session 2

Fee

Instructor

18 mo. thru 3 yrs

Partners In Play

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5:00-5:30 pm

6225

6233

$60

Angie Nash

3 to 4 years

Tiny Tumblers

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5:30-6:15 pm

6227

6235

$68

Angie Nash

3 to 6 years

Tumblers

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6:15-7:00 pm

6228

6236

$68

Angie Nash

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4:30-5:15 pm

6229

6237

$68

Amanda Copeland-Baker

5+ (beginners)

Gymnasts

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5:15-6:15 pm

6224

6230

$75

Amanda Copeland-Baker

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6:15-7:15 pm

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6234

$75

Amanda Copeland-Baker

6+ years (w/experience) Gymnastic Stars

INTERESTED IN OUR GYMNASTICS PAYMENT PLAN? Call the office to set up this convenient option on your credit or debit card at 541-276-8100.

PARTNERS IN PLAY:

TUMBLERS:

Drills that build strength, flexibility, coordination & patience. Obstacle courses incl vault, springboard, mini tramp, hoops, balls, and bubbles. Forward log & backward rolls, supported back bends, basic bar drills including 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 including 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).

TINY TUMBLERS: Mastery of skills learned in GYMNASTS: Partners in Play. Introduction of tumblers skills to ages 3-4. The first class without direct parental involvement.

Both beginning and intermediate level skills will be taught on all four events: beam, bar, vault, and floor. Coach customizes instruction based

of gymnastics improve a child’s body, mind, and coordination. We seek to teach gymnasts to control fear and frustration while working hard to learn new skills. Children gain a great sense of accomplishment when they do so. Flexibility and coordination gained from gymnastics makes for better all-around athletes in other sports, too!

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, walkovers, and 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.

Registration policy: Please pay special attention to the registration deadlines. We have had slight scheduling issues. While we understand that issues arise, we will be moving away from accommodating late registrations. As we make this transition, we appreciate your assistance in registering by the posted deadline. An added benefit: the more people who register on time, the less often we will need to cancel or reschedule classes. We greatly appreciate your cooperation during this transition. Class Locations: All classes are held the gymnastics studio in the Vert Little Theater. Please enter from the side of the building on SW 4th Street. Fall, winter, and spring sessions are 8 weeks, while summer is a 5 week session. Inclement Weather: Cancellations will be posted on Facebook and emailed to participants. Please ensure your current email address is on file, as this is our main communication method. © Oksana Kuzmina - Fotolia.com

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YOUTH/TEEN ACTIVITIES GET AIR TRI-CITIES ROAD TRIP Ages: 7-15

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This is the ultimate trampoline palace. Play dodgeball, dunk a basketball, and jump like a wild one. Lots of play areas for everyone. We will leave the Rec Center parking lot at 11:30 a.m. SHARP and return at approximately 5:15 p.m. The fee includes transportation and one 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! Ages 7 - 15 years.

KIDS IN THE KITCHEN: CUPCAKE WARS

KIDS IN THE KITCHEN: DELICIOUS VALENTINES Ages: 5-9

Come spend some time in the kitchen and learn how to make something yummy with kids your own age! We will be building edible Valentine creations with the help of Miss Angie (parent assistance appreciated). We will keep things hopping with a few other entertaining activities mixed in. All supplies included.

Fee: $12 Ages: 10-17

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Rec Center, Pendleton Foundation Room

Location:

Rec Center, Pendleton Foundation Room

Day/Date:

Tues 2/6; reg by Thurs 2/1

Day/Date:

Tues 4/10; reg by Thurs 4/5

Activity #: 6176

Activity #: 6203

Time:

Time:

5:30 to 7:00 pm

Location:

Depart 11:30 a.m. SHARP Thurs 3/29; reg by Thurs 3/22

Activity #: 6175 Time:

ice carnival roy raley ice rink

Mon-Thurs 3 to 6 pm Fri 3 to 8 pm Sat-Sun Noon to 8 pm

Monday, January 15 Noon to 3 pm ages 10+

Open Noon to 8 pm during break (Dec 21 to Jan 1); closed Christmas Day;

Games & Prizes Free Skating

Projected season end Feb 4

No school day so come down for a spin or two!

Admission + skates =$3.50 Admission only =$2.50 Family Day on Saturdays 5:30 to 8 pm; $12 per family

Check in at the Rec Center parking lot at 11:15 am;

Day/Date:

5:45 to 7:45 pm

Instructor: Angie Nash

Pendleton ice rink at Roy Raley Park

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Complete the Get-Air Tri-Cities online 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!

Bake it! Decorate it! Eat it! This will be a truly delicious experience. Recruit a friend or two, come to the kitchen and bring it on! Chef Angie will teach you how to bake a delicious cupcake, help you tap your inner creative self, and show you the techniques necessary to make your cupcake vision a reality. Parents are welcome to participate with their children at no additional charge and having extra sets of hands in the kitchen is much appreciated.

Location:

Instructor: Angie Nash

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Fee: $12

11:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.

Instructor: Lisa Patrick

Want to help support the Ice Rink? We are selling advertisement spots on our Zamboni. For $50 you get a 12x12 logo put on the Zamboni and picture for your establishment. Sponsorship will be for 2 years. For more information, contact Jeff Hamilton at jeff.hamilton.ci.pendleton.or.us. KEY TO SYMBOLS:

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YOUTH/TEEN ACTIVITIES FRIDAY GAMER’S NIGHT Ages: 12+

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Fee: FREE!

A great way to spend Friday night for middle and 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 7:00 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:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date:

1/12, 2/9, 3/9, 4/13, 5/11

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Grades: 3rd-8th

The newest Olympic sport is coming to Pendleton through a joint program between Rugby Oregon and Pendleton Parks and Recreation. Flag Rugby 7’s is a fun, fast, and inclusive team sport where all players will be running, passing, catching, scoring, and working together! Every participant receives their own T-shirt and rugby ball. Just bring sneakers or cleats. Teams are coed. Location: Grecian Heights Park - North Field

7:00 to 10:30 pm

Instructor: Lost & Found Youth Outreach Volunteer!

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This activity is open to all middle and high school 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 at 541-276-3987 to register and for more information.

Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date:

Every Thursday (except during holidays)

Activity #: 6181

Time:

3:00 to 4:30 pm

Instructor: Suzanne Moore (Lost and Found Youth Outreach Volunteer!)

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Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date:

Fridays, beg. 1/5

Activity #: 6187 Time:

3:15 to 5:00 pm

Activity #: 3rd-4th #6238; 5th-6th #6239; 7th-8th #6240 Time:

9:00 to 11 am

NEW! new! NEW! new!

Ages: 5-7

Ages: 10-17

Location:

Instructor: Jordan Dodge

Day/Date: Sat (6 weeks) 4/7-5/12; reg. by Mon 3/26

INDOOR SOCCER

SKILLS FOR LIFE

Meets on Fridays. Teams will be formed each Friday based on who shows up, so grab your friends for some pick up games. We will run a mini 3 on 3 tournament on the last Friday of the month. Open to boys and girls ages 13 and up.

Instructor: Eric Gabriel (Rugby Oregon)

Activity #: 6174 Time:

YOUTH COED FLAG RUGBY 3RD-8TH

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Fee: $30 Ages: 5+

GET OUT OF THE HOUSE and hit the gym! Crazy good fun for your littles with our new indoor soccer program. Our “goal” is to have small teams that will practice for the first half and scrimmage for the last half of their hour. On our final evening, we will conclude with a mini tournament. T-shirt included. Coaching volunteers needed.

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Fee: $10 (pay at rink)

Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

New this season, we are offering introductory ice skating lessons. This one 30-minute lesson will show kids and teens the basics of skating. Sign up and pay at the ice rink. The lessons will be adapted to the individual skater’s skill set and can be semiprivate depending on availability. No fuss, no muss to sign up and start learning! All registration done at ice rink, so head on down today.

Day/Date:

Mon 2/26-4/2; reg. by 2/19

Location:

Roy Raley Ice Rink

Activity #: 6215

Day/Date:

Sat 12/16-1/13

Time:

Activity #: 6210

5:30 to 7:30 pm

Instructor: Coaching volunteers needed!

Time:

12:00 to 12:30 pm

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MONTHLY FEE: Beg: $20; Intermediate: $25

Okinawan Kemp Karate is a traditional martial art. We study katas, traditional Okinawan wood weapons, and calligraphy. There is a $20 shirt fee to get started. You can wear your own black sweatpants or purchase karate pants from the instructor. No yoga pants. The monthly registration fee is due the the last Thursday of the month prior. Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date:

Tues and Thurs

Time:

Beginners 5:00 to 5:30 pm; Intermediate 5:30 to 6:30 pm

Instructor:

Sensei Lars Hansen

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YOUTH/TEEN SPORTS

ALL COMERS YOUTH TRACK MEET FREE!

SATURDAY, MAY 12, 2018 AT 9AM PENDLETON HIGH SCHOOL 18 MOS - 10 YEARS DETAILS TO COME

OPEN

Ages: 5-8 & 9-12

Fee: $8

A one-hour workshop focused on breaking down the basic components of a cartwheel and handstand so young gymnasts can master these skills in an easy to master learning sequence. Open to ages 5 and up. Please register by Friday, February 23rd. Location:

Vert Little Theater

Day/Date:

Thurs 3/1

Activity #: 5-8 years old #6216 9-12 years old #6217 Time:

5-8 years old: 5:30-6:15 pm 9-12 years old: 6:30-7:15 pm

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Instructor: Savannah Patrick

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SPECIAL NEEDS OPEN GYM All Ages

HANDSTANDS AND CARTWHEEL WORKSHOP

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OPEN GYM FOR LI’L BUCKS

NO SCHOOL OPEN GYMS Ages: 7-12

Fee: $5

Grades 1-3 (in the fall)

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Fee: FREE!

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

This is basketball for the little ones! Kids entering 1st through 3rd grades are welcome to come hang out with Coach Luddington. FREE! The gym will be open from 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. on Saturday mornings.

Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date: Sundays

Day/Date:

1/26, 2/16, 3/9, & 4/13; reg by 2 days prior

Day/Date:

Sat 1/6-5/18; No pre-registration req’d

Activity #: 6182

Activity #: Jan 6178 Feb 6202 March 6179 April 6177

Activity #: 6180

Time:

Time:

Time:

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. Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Noon to 1:30 pm

Instructor: Winnie Burnett (Volunteer!)

9:00 am - Noon

Instructor: Angie Nash

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Instructor: Coach Luddington (Volunteer!)

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LIL BUCKS (GRADES 1ST-2ND) BOYS AND GIRLS

BASKETBALL SKILLS: OTT 3RD-5TH

Grades: 1st-2nd

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.

Fee: $25 (incl. t-shirt)

This recreational program will focus on team work, ball handling, rules of the game, pass and cut, and basic defensive strategy. T-shirt included with the registration fee. Register by Monday, January 8th to guarantee placement on a team. Teams will be formed at this time based on total kids registered and number of available coaches. Registration after this date is on a space available basis only. Our first Saturday will be January 20 at the Sherwood Elementary gym. Your child will be assigned a practice time on Saturday mornings. Your coach will email you to confirm the specific practice time and location. We will end the program February 24 with a 3 on 3 jamboree held at Sherwood Gym and the Pendleton Rec Center. Location:

Sherwood Elementary Gym

Day/Date: Sat (6 weeks), 1/20-2/24; reg. by Mon 1/8 Activity #: Boys: #6118 Girls: #6121 Time:

Grades: 3rd-5th

8:00 am to Noon

COACHES NEEDED Volunteer coaches, assistant coaches, and team parents needed! Call Lisa Patrick at 541-966-0228 to apply. All supplies and materials provided. No experience necessary!

Fee: $55

Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

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Sun

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Time:

3:15 to 4:30 pm

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GIRLS GRADES 3RD-4TH & 5TH-6TH Grades: 3rd-4th & 5th-6th

Fee: $35 6th+

Skills Assessment (Sat, Jan 6): 3rd-4th graders will check-in 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. at Sunridge Middle School. Teams will be formed based on the total kids registered and number of available coaches. After the assessment, coaches will contact players with team assignments, practice time, and location information. Location:

Sunridge Middle School

Day/Date: Skills Assessment, Sat, 1/6 Sat (8 weeks), 1/6-2/24; registration by Tuesday, Jan 2nd guarantees placement on a team. Games held on Saturdays from 1/27 to 2/24. Activity #: Grades 3rd-4th: #5773 Grades 5th-6th: #5774 Time:

9:00 am to 1:00 pm

BASKETBALL SKILLS: OTT ADV. 6TH+

Fee: $65

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. Experience needed for the advanced program. We need a minimum of 8 athletes registered by Wednesday, Jan 4 in order for the class to go, so register as soon as possible. Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

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Sun

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1/7-2/11 #6169 3/11-4/15 #6168

Activity #: 6168 Time:

4:30 to 6:15 pm

Instructor: Stephen Garnett

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.

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SPECIAL EVENTS

DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE

DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE Grades: K-8th

Fee: $17/person

Let your little girl get all gussied up and spend a special evening with her dad. 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 675 members of our community — plus sponsors and volunteers!

MOTHER SON DANCE

MOTHER DAUGHTER NIGHT

MOTHER SON DANCE Grades: K-5th

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.

MOTHER-DAUGHTER NIGHT: PRINCESS PAINT PARTY Grades: K-8th

Fee: $16.50/person

Jeny Stone has created a special painting just for our Mother-Daughter Night. Join us to create paintings together and play all sorts of other fun games and activities. The special painting will be on an 8’’x 8’’ canvas and serve as a one-of-a-kind keepsake of the evening. No painting experience? No problem. Jeny always says that if you can draw a line, she can teach you to paint.

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This event sells out every year, typically 1-2 weeks n before the registration deadline. G NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE s DOOR. PLEASE REGISTER EARLY. Location:

Pendleton Convention Center

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6:00 to 9:00 pm

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Junior Dunk Fest Fundraiser!

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The $12.50 per person registration cost includes tickets to the dance and a commemorative photo of the evening. This night is such a special treat that we do not want anyone to get shut out, so register early. The 200 person limit fills up fast.

Bring your cameras to capture the laughs and be prepared to let your hair down and have some fun! Open to daughters grades K-8th. Space is limited and will fill before our deadline so do not wait. Please register both moms and daughters!

Location:

Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Vert Club Room

Day/Date: Sat 2/24; reg. by Mon 2/19

Day/Date: Sat 4/28; reg by Tues, 4/24

Activity #: 6179

Activity #: 6223

Time:

Time:

6:30 to 9:30 pm

6:00 to 7:30 pm

ICE CARNIVAL T Ages: 10+

Saturday, January 13 at 11 a.m. at the Rec Center Ages 0-10 Organized by community supporters to support the Parks and Recreation scholarship program. For more info, visit https://www.facebook.com/ events/159087151490863/

Fee: FREE!

Parents, this is a no school day! There will be games and prizes (with sufficient attendance) and lots of free skate time. Join us and have a blast! Location:

Roy Raley Park Ice Rink

Day/Date:

Mon 1/15

Activity #: 6199 Time:

Noon to 3:00 pm

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ADULT ACTIVITIES

DOWNTOWN 3 ON 3 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

BEER APPRECIATION 101 Ages: 21+

Fee: $18

Wonder what an IPA is? Hear people describe what beer tastes like and wonder what they are saying? Too hoppy, not hoppy enough, too bitter? Don’t know a porter from a stout? Learn the answers and get a tour of our local brewery right here in Pendleton.

Saturday, May 19, 2018 Follow the Pendleton Downtown Association Facebook page for more details, starting in January

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There will be a tasting and discussion of different beer styles, their flavors and how that makes for good food pairings. This class fills quickly! Includes taste testing of both beer and appetizers. Yummy! Location:

Prodigal Son Brewery & Pub, Backroom

Day/Date: Thurs 2/8; reg. by Mon 2/5 Activity #: 6208

For more information, contact Molly Turner at 541-304-3912 or downtown.pendleton@yahoo.com

ARIZONA TWO-STEP

7:00 to 8:30 pm

Instructor: Prodigal Son Staff

WEST COAST SWING

Ages: 16+

Fee: $24

A fun and easy dance NEW to this area. Suited for the small dance floors because the dance stays mostly in one place but are loaded with turns and patterns. Learn the simple dance steps, how to lead, and how to follow. Songs such as Dance Like Dad Did by Paul Bogart and Harvest Moon by Neil Young are two of the instructor’s favorites for this dance. No dance experience is needed, no partner needed to learn, but wear shoes that accommodate turning steps on the dance floor in the gymnasium. Location:

Time:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Ages: 16+

Fee: $24

A unique dance to go with swing music that we all like and has become the #1 choice in swing dancing. West Coast Swing differs from other swing dances that are circular in appearance because WCS is a slotted dance that relates to the tracks of a train. Song suggestions include The Thrill is Gone by B.B. King and You Can Leave your Hat On by Ty Herndon. No prior dance experience is needed, no partner needed to learn, but wear shoes that accommodate turning steps on the dance floor in the gymnasium. Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date: Tues (4 weeks) 4/3-4/24; reg by 3/29

Day/Date:

Tues (4 weeks) 4/3-4/24; reg by 3/29

Activity #: 6172

Activity #:

6171

Time:

Time:

7:30 to 8:30 pm

6:15 to 7:15 pm

Instructor: April Dyntera

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ADULT ACTIVITIES DOG OBEDIENCE: WHO’S IN CHARGE?

YOGA - BASIC

Ages: 14+

Ages: 16+

Fee: $48

Help make your dog a welcome member of the family and a 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 throughout the class. Our instructor has a Dog Training and Behavior Consulting business and has been a registered veterinary technician for nineteen years. She is certified in Low Stress Handling, AKC Canine Good Citizen evaluation, and Canine Massage. Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

WALKING FOR WELLNESS Fee: $35 flat monthly rate

Breathing, strengthening, stretching, and balancing - these are the ingredients of yoga that 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. Students leave feeling strengthened, energized, and refreshed. No prior knowledge of yoga is needed. Location:

Rec Center, Pendleton Foundation Room

Day/Date: Wednesdays

Fee: 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. The gym will be open during hours below unless posted otherwise. Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date: Mon-Fri, except during holidays Activity #: 6185 Time:

8:30 to 9:30 am

Instructor: City Volunteer!

Activity #: 1/3-1/31 #6206

Day/Date: Mon 4/9-5/14 (6 weeks); reg by Wed 4/4

2/7-2/28 #6205

Activity #: 6173

3/7-3/28 #6186

Time:

4/4-4/25 #6204

5:45 to 6:45 pm

Instructor: Dawn Barer

All Ages!

Time:

5:30 to 6:30 pm

Instructor: Heaven Doherty

YOGA REGISTRATION DETAILS

Register online, over the phone, or in person at the Parks Office by noon on Friday the week before the first class day. Once class starts, you can no longer register online, so you must register over the phone or at the Parks Office.

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PARTY AT OUR HOUSE!

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ADULT SPORTS ADULT OPEN GYM: EARLY MORNING BASKETBALL Ages: 18+

Half-court pick-up games. mornings at the Rec Center! Location:

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Ages: 18+ league fee: FREE! FREE. Saturday 35+ league

Set up your team of 3 adults and see where you match up against other teams. Play a match of best 2 out of 3 in games of 21. Participants must be 18 years of age or older. Each team may have 4 people on their roster. There will be 3 different 45 minute time slots each week. Each team gets one match per week.

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date: Sat 1/6-5/26 Activity #: 6209 Time:

7:00 to 8:00 am

Instructor: Volunteers!

Location:

ADULT OPEN GYM: SUNDAY BASKETBALL F Ages: 16+

fee:

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 9/11-5/28 Activity #: 5830 Time:

6:30-8:30 pm

Instructor: Volunteers!

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POLAR BEAR CHALLENGE AT THE ICE RINK Ages: 16+

Want to be extreme? Want to help the ice rink raise some money? Sign up to do the event, and then get people to sponsor you for the challenge. Participants will be skating and doing some ice events in their swimsuits on the ice. Some events may include water balloon relays, broomball, and “freeze” tag. Come sign up at the Parks Office where you will get your sponsorship sheet. The pledges will be based on the amount of time you can remain on the ice. Participants are encouraged to get at least $50 in pledges. Participant awards will be given. Let’s hope it snows that day! Location: Time:

9:00 to 10:00 am

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Day/Date: Mon 1/15-3/5 Activity #: 18+, #6195 35+, #6196

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6:45 to 9:45 pm

Location:

Rec Center, McCune Gym

Day/Date: Tues & Thurs; see dates below Activity #: 1/2-1/30 #6191 2/1-2/27 #6193 3/1-3/29 #5213

Roy Raley Ice Rink

Day/Date: Sat 1/20

Fee: $40/team

4/3-4/26 #6214 Time:

5:30 to 6:30 pm

Instructor: Sensei Lars Hansen

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Fee: $200/team

SOFTBALL: SPRING COED KICKOFF TOURNAMENT

Fee: $100/team Our adult coed softball is a 5 and 5 team Ages: 16+ format with ASA-based rules. Games will be What a great way to kick off the season. This played at Community Park Fields 1 and 2 on tournament will be fun and entertaining. There Tuesday nights. For specific league information, will be a couple different innings to add quite the contact Jeff Hamilton at 541-276-8100. degree of strategy to the equation. Be ready to run DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS MAY 11TH. the bases backward, use a 16’’ ball, and deal with lINFORMATIONAL MEETING APRIL 13TH other exciting twists. Will be a 5 and 5 format with nAT 6:00 P.M. AT STEVE PRICE FIELD. ASA-based rules. DEADLINE TO REGISTER hLocation: Community Park Fields 1 &2 IS MAY 15TH. DON’T GET SHUT OUT. nDay/Date: Tues (11 weeks) 5/22-7/31 Location: Community Field #2 at Community Park lActivity #: 6242 West rStart Time: 6:15 p.m. OR 7:30 p.m. Day/Date: Sat 5/19 eInstructor: Jeff Hamilton Activity #: 6243 d Time: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Instructor: Jeff Hamilton t k eCOED VOLLEYBALL yAges: 16+ Fee: $80/team eThis is a ref-your-own league with two different levels of play: POWER for the more competitive players, .and REC for just-out-to-have-fun players. Depending on the number of teams, we may play on Tuesday

ADULT MEN’S SOFTBALL Ages: 16+

This is a great way to get a company team together or just a group of friends. The league plays with ASA-based rules. Games will be played at Community Park Fields 1 and 2 on Monday nights. For specific league information, contact Jeff Hamilton at 541-276-8100. DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS MAY 11TH. INFORMATIONAL MEETING APRIL 13TH AT 6:00 P.M. AT STEVE PRICE FIELD. Location:

Sunridge Middle School

Day/Date:

Mon (12 weeks), 1/22-4/9; reg. by Mon

Steve Price Field at Community Park West

Day/Date:

Mon (11 weeks) 5/21-7/30

Activity #:

6241

Start Time:

6:15 p.m. OR 7:30 p.m.

Instructor:

Jeff Hamilton

nights as well. Location:

Fee: $200/team

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1/15 Activity #: Power #5823 Time:

Rec #5822 Games begin at 6:30, 7:30, and 8:30 pm

Instructor: Jeff Hamilton

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JANUARY

TODDLER DRIVE-IN MOVIE Thursday, Jan 18 5:00 pm Ages 0-6 Registration required. DADDY HAIR SCHOOL Thursday, Jan 18th 5:00 pm Ages 2 and up + Dad or male guardian Registration Required Dads are you ready to step up to the plate and help your little one get ready for school, church, parties and more? Come learn how to perform simple hair styles on your little one. Class will be taught by a fellow Dad.

MARCH

TODDLER IF YOU GIVE A MOUSE A COOKIE PARTY Thursday, March 22nd 4:30 pm Ages 0-6 No Registration Wear your PJ’s for this fun evening of stories, crafts and cookies!

MAY

LLAMA LLAMA RED PAJAMA PARTY Thursday, May 24th 6:00 pm Ages 0-6 Wear your PJ’s for Llama Llama stories and crafts.

EMOJI MADNESS Thursday, March 29th 4:30 pm All Ages Registration Required Come make Emoji masks, bookmarks, number TWO pencils, and more!

FEBRUARY TODDLER STORY YOGA Thursday, Feb 15 5:00 pm No registration Join us as we do story based Yoga. No professional Yoga-istas here just librarians who like to move! DR. SEUSS PARTY Thursday, Feb 22 4:30 pm No registration Join us for a reading of how Dr. Seuss became Dr. Seuss! We will follow the reading up with fun crafts and a short Dr. Seuss video. 16

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TODDLERS WITH TOOLS Thursday, April 26th 5:00 pm Ages 0-6 Join us for a construction themed story time with fun construction activities. Practice your hammer skills and more! ELEMENTARY PROGRAM: SLIME! Thursday, April 19th 4:30 pm-5:30pm Registration Required

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ELEMENTARY SCIENCE PARTY! Thursday, May 17th 6:00 pm Ages 5+ Come participate in fun science experiments at the library.

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ADULT PROGRAMS

Saturday, January 20 @ 11-1 pm Ages 8 and up No registration required A fun event for magic players new and old!

DIY PROGRAMS MONTHLY! Fourth Tuesday @ 6:00 pm 18+ — Registration required Library Meeting Room JAN 23: Valentine cards FEB 27: St. Patrick’s Day MARCH 27: Garden craft APRIL 24: Memorial Day MAY 22: Music

BULLET JOURNAL CLUB MONTHLY! 4th Wednesday at 6pm 18+ — No registration required Meet and discuss design, layout, and technique. Materials are available to borrow or bring your own!

BEGINNING COMPUTERS WEEKLY! Wednesdays @ 3:00 pm 18+ - Registration Required Topic determined by group needs.

AUTHOR READINGS & BOOK DISCUSSIONS

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AUTHORS FROM AROUND THE AREA AND A SPECIAL BOOK DISCUSSION All ages — No registration required National Parks Program Area

Jennifer Costley Thursday, February 22 @6pm Join us as Youth Services Librarian by day, Young Adult Author by night Jennifer Costley reads from her newest book and discusses what it’s like to co-write a series with authors living across the country.

The Librarian of Auschwitz Book Discussion Tuesday, April 10 @ 6pm Help us kick off a week of World War II remembrance events by joining us for a discussion of this historical fiction. It is the story of the Auschwitz “family camp.” The library has multiple copies available for checkout.

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Parks & Cemetery Office 865 Tutuilla Road

2 Pendleton Recreation Center 510 SW Dorion

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

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Aquatic Center 1901 NW Carden

4 Vert Auditorium 480 SW Dorion 3

5 Vert Little Theater 10

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Vert Club Room 345 SW 4th

6 Pendleton Ice Rink in Roy Raley Park 1205 SW Court

7 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.

22. Let’er Bark Dog Park, NW Carden Ave

7. McKay Neighborhood, 1531 SW 44th Ave.

15. Sherwood, 720 SW 29th St.

Community West, 1200 SW 44th St. ⌂

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PROGRAM INDEX BY MONTH PROGRAM

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JANUARY

STARTS

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3/1 3/1 3/5 3/6 3/9 3/11 3/13

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Karate (January Session) Yoga (January Session) Skills for Life Early Morning Basketball (Saturdays) Open Gym for Lil Bucks (Sundays) Adult Open Gym: Sunday Basketball Basketball Skills (Session 1) Special Needs Open Gym Tot Time at the Gym Friday Gamer’s Night Sports Development Program Adult 3 on 3 Basketball League Ice Carnival Gymnastics (Session 1) No School Open Gym (January Session) FEBRUARY Karate (February Session) Daddy Daughter Dance Kids in the Kitchen: Delicious Valentines Yoga (February Session) Beer Appreciation 101 No School Open Gym (February Session) Mother Son Dance Indoor Soccer (Ages 5-7)

1/2 1/3 1/4 1/6 1/6 1/7 1/7 1/7 1/8 1/12 1/14 1/15 1/15 1/22 1/26

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Karate (March Session) Handstands and Cartwheels Get Air Tri-Cities Road Trip Yoga (March Session) No School Open Gym (March Session) Basketball Skills (Session 2) After School 3 on 3 Basketball League APRIL Gymnastics (Session 2) Dance: Arizona 2-Step and West Coast Swing Yoga (April Session) Karate (April Session) Dog Obedience: “Who’s In Charge?” Kids in the Kitchen: Cupcake Wars No School Open Gym (April Session) Mother Daughter Night: Princess Paint Party

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Admission+Skates $3.50 Admission Only $2.50 Family Day, Sat, 5:30-8:00, $12/family

OPENS SAT, DEC 2

Mon-Thurs: 3-6pm; Fri: 3-8pm; Sat-Sun: Noon-8pm Holiday Hours: open Noon-8pm 12/21 to 1/1; closed 12/25

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MAJOR DONORS & SPONSORS

DONORS & VOLUNTEERS DONORS Coldwell Banker Whitney & Assoc Eastern Oregon Telecom Elkhorn Media Group Graybeal Distributing Kelly Lumber Supply Les Schwab Tire McLaughlin Landscaping

DONORS NW General Services Pendleton Quickly Lube Perkins Law Office Shari’s Pendleton Vision Source of Pendleton Wheatland Insurance

VOLUNTEERS Bahai Faith Bank of the West BMCC Ambassadors Domestic Violence Services Helix Key Club Kiwanis Club

VOLUNTEERS Lost & Found Youth Outreach Norton Construction PHS Astra PHS National Honor Society Sunridge Middle School Leadership VFW/Ladies Auxiliary

We’re so grateful for the support from our community! We couldn’t do what we do without all of you! See page 4 for more information on how community support helps us in our mission to serve the greater good of our community.

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2018 winter spring activity guide  
2018 winter spring activity guide  

Pendleton Parks and Recreation's 2018 Winter Spring Activity Guide. 20 pages. Print copies available for free at the Pendleton Parks and Rec...

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