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CITY OF

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PARKS& RECREATION

ACTIVITY GUIDE 2017 SPRING/ SUMMER REGISTRATION BEGINS ONLINE 4/14 IN OFFICE 4/17

SUMMER ADVENTURE CAMP, P. 10 FRIDAY TRIPS, P.11 NEW! MEET JENYS HEART WITH ART, P.12 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE ROAD TRIP, P. 16 MORE INSIDE!

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Greetings from the Director!

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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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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PENDLETON PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION Vern Wilcox, V. Chair

Chris Garrigues

John Blessinger

Rick Guenther

Kathryn Brown

Dawn DiFuria

Brett Bryant

McClendon

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 541276-8100 by the Wednesday prior to the meeting.

PARKS & RECREATION STAFF Donnie Cook

Director

Lisa Patrick

Recreation Supervisor

Jeff Hamilton

Parks & Rec Supervisor

Casey Brown

Special Projects Coordinator

Melissa Porter

Office Specialist

Angie Nash

Recreation Assistant

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The harshiest winter in quite some time is behind us as the trees and flowers beginning to bloom. Let’s shake off the winter blues and get back outside! The spring is a time for children to get outside and enjoy one of our numerous parks - 22 in total, if you are counting - and our varied recreation programs. Heading into summer, Pendleton Parks and Recreation’s busiest season, we are ready to open up all sorts of facilites including the Pendleton Aquatic Center and Til Taylor Wading Pool. The restrooms at all parks are now open.

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, and Safeway.

• The spring/summer brochure is available late-

April, fall/winter is available in early September and winter/spring in late December.

Many families look forward to classic events such as our annual Community Flea Market, the Food to Table series, Sweet! Cooking Camp, Poppa Moose on the Loose, and others. This spring and summer we have also added quite a few new events and activities.

ACCOMMODATIONS

The drone craze has hit Pendleton. Between the UAS range at the Pendleton Airport and the Props Park at Grecian Heights Park, drones are here to stay. We have added a class, in partnership with Pendleton Props, for kiddos interesting in learning how to fly and make drones, “RC Drones and Quadracopters” on page 13.

PHOTOGRAPHY CONSENT

Don’t forget to check out “Creative Writing: Local History,” a writing and research class for teenagers on page 12. Also on page 12, another new class offered by new partner Jeny’s Heart with Art. Her adult class is on page 17. The paint party craze is also in Pendleton! Finally, a trip has been planned to get in on the solar eclipse action. See page 16 for details on the “Total Solar Eclipse Road Trip” headed for the Fossil Beds. Thank you for your continued support. See you outside!

Donnie Cook

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.

By enrolling in or attending any class or activityS offered by Pendleton Parks & Recreation, youT consent to have you or your child’s photographs taken and allow usage of these photographsC in future publications by Pendleton Parks andq Recreation. Names will never be included unless S we seek and are granted specific permission. e n OFFICE LOCATIONS

PARKS & CEMETERY OFFICE Mon—Fri, 7:00 am to 4:00 pm Closed during lunch 865 Tutuilla Road, Pendleton, OR 97801 Telephone: 541-276-8100 FAX: 541-276-9789

PENDLETON RECREATION CENTER Helen McCune Gym Pendleton Foundation Room Gymnastics Studio 510 SW Dorion, Pendleton, OR 97801 Lisa Patrick, 541-966-0228

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STUFF WE WANT YOU TO KNOW MAIL/E-MAIL/TEXT NEWS

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.

dEMAIL: Online registration asks for your email address as part of your account set-up, dwhich it also uses to confirm registrations and facility reservations. We occassionally use your -email address for special announcements and rif you would like to OPT-OUT of these special announcements, you can change your preferences.

TEXT: We are in the process of enabling htext message communication for updates on ycancellations, weather, and more. Stay tuned. sIn order to receive text message alerts, your ninformation must be correctly entered into our system.

ySCHOLARSHIPS uThe Parks & Recreation Department has a limited hscholarship fund that can assist qualifying youth. sCall the office at 541-276-8100 to find out how to dqualify and where to obtain an application. s 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 541-966-0228.

REGISTRATION 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

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

TEACH A CLASS If you would like to lead/instruct a new program, please contact Lisa Patrick at 541-966-0228 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 midFebruary, 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

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.

►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 registerting 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 City of Pendleton’s Volunteer Coordinator at 541-966-0244.

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PENDLETON FAMILY AQUATIC CENTER Opens Thursday, Jun. 16 Closes Monday, Sep. 5

HOURS: Opens Noon Closes 8:00pm Daily

FREE ADMISSION FREE DRINKS PRIZES

FEES:

Ages 18+ $6.00

Ages 3-17 $4.00

3 pools, multiple slides

2 yrs. and under FREE

Zero-depth, 50M & dive well

Family picnic area w/gas grills Youth Adult Family

$50 $59 $117

REGULAR SEASON PASS (after 6/15) $55 $65 $130

AQUATIC MOVIE NIGHT Aug 23 8:30 pm start

w/paying adult

limits of Pendleton and meet defined income limits, you may be eligible for a 50% discount on a pool pass. To apply, pick up an application at the Parks Office or print one from our website and return it with income and family size documentation. Typically, we can approve the application within 24 hours. There is no deadline for low income applications.

SWIM MEET CLOSURES The Pendleton Swim Association will host two swim meets this year. The 50-meter pool and dive well will be closed to the public during swim meets. The leisure pool will remain open. Mark your calender for July 7-9 and July 28-30, and watch our website for dual meet dates that may also affect pool availability.

Courtesy of Pendleton Bottling Co. & Pepsi

GENERAL ADMISSION OR SEASON PASS FOR ENTRY Low Income Pool Passes: If you live within the city

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EARLY BIRD SEASON PASS (before 6/15)

Youth Adult Family

AQUATIC PEPSI BLAST July 19 Noon to 8 pm

INCLEMENT WEATHER For the safety of our guests, the pool will close if a lightning storm develops. Call the the pool at 541-276-0104 or the Parks Office before you come if conditions are poor. No refunds when weather is the cause for the closure.

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JULIE WUNDERLICH MEMORIAL DOGGIE DIP DAY Sep 6 5-7pm

$3 PER DOG LEASHES REQ’D

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TIL TAYLOR WADING POOL FREE ADMISSON

OPENS

Monday, 6/19

HOURS

Noon - 4:00 pm & 6:00-8:00 pm Mon-Sat; closed Sun.

CLOSES

Saturday, 8/26

A Pendleton favorite for almost 40 years! The wading pool is just the right size for little ones and a great spot for parents to relax too. The pool is intended for children 8 years and younger and they must be directly supervised. Clean swimming attire only. Pool attendant on deck. No lifeguard on duty.

AQUATIC CENTER SHUTTLE BUS - MON/WED/FRI, BEG. 6/16 The bus will return riders to their pick up location. The Aquatic Center will make an announcement for swimmers depature at 3:45 p.m. Children under the age of nine will not be allowed on the bus or in the Aquatic Center without supervision. Bus riders must have a season pass or admission for entry to the Aquatic Center. ($4.00 for youth and $6.00 for adults) DEPARTURE

PICK UP/DROP OFF LOCATION

RETURN

11:35 am

Washington School

4:10 pm

11:40 am

May Park

4:15 pm

11:45 am

SW 2nd & Nye

4:20 pm

11:50 am

Sherwood School

4:25 pm

11:55 am

McKay School

4:30 pm

Fire Station #2 (Southgate)

4:35 pm

12:05 pm

Grecian Heights Park

4:40 pm

12:10 pm

Hawthorne School

4:45 pm

12:15 pm

Arrive at Aquatic Center

4:00 pm

Leave Aquatic Center to return to locations

Noon

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AQUATIC PROGRAMS LIFEGUARD TRAINING Ages: 16+

Fee: $200

This course is designed to provide lifeguard candidates with the skills and knowledge necessary to keep patrons of aquatic facilities safe in and around the water. Successful completion will lead to the American Red Cross Lifeguard Training certificate. Student must possess strong swimming skills proficiency and strength. Location: Pendleton Aquatic Center-50M pool Activity #: 5947 Day(s): Mon thru Fri Date(s): 6/12-6/16; reg. by Wed, 6/7 Time: First class 3:00 pm (time varies) Instructor: Jeff Hamilton

AQUA FITNESS ZUMBA Ages: 18+

ADULT LAP SWIM Fee: $40 $3/per class

Come join in on the fun. We are proud to offer an invigorating Aqua-tone class this summer. Students will have the opportunity to move at their own pace to music for an aerobic workout and toning. The workout will also include using water weights to increase all over body toning and sculpting. Location: Pendleton Aquatic Center Activity #: 6079 Day(s): Mon and Wed Date(s): 6/26 to 8/23 Time: 6:30 to 7:15 pm Instructor: Piper Brueske

Ages: 16+

FREE

Lap swim is always available during pool hours. Please inform the lifeguard by the lap area and he or she will keep lanes open for your lap swimming enjoyment. General admission or season pass required. Location: Pendleton Aquatic Center-50M pool Day(s): Sun-Sat Date(s): 6/16-9/4 Time: Noon to 8:00 pm

Season pass math problem... How many

times could a family of 2 adults and 3 children go to the pool paying the daily admission rate before they could have purchased a season pass and saved money? Answer: 5 times! It’s a GREAT deal!

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SWIM LESSONS One instructor is assigned to each class of four swimmers. If youth volunteers are available, they will assist the instructor. Participants with serious water adjustment concerns should be entered in parent/tot classes or arrange for a private lesson.

Level I-Intro. to Water Skills

Aqua Tots I: ages 6 mo. to 2 yrs. Aqua Tots II: ages 2 to 3 years

Aqua Tots builds swimming readiness by emphasizing fun in the water. Parents and children participate in guided sessions that help children learn elementary Pre-registration: Wednesday, May 31, 5:00-7:00 skills, including water entry, bubble blowing, front kicking, back floating, underwater exploration, and pm at the Parks Office, 865 Tutuilla Road. more.

After May 31: Register at the Parks Office or Dolphins I: ages 3 to 4 online beginning June 2nd. Registration will also Dolphins II: ages 4 to 5 be available during public open hours at the pool Students learn to feel comfortable in water and enjoy starting June 9.

Pricing Resident Lesson

$40

Private Lesson (four 45-min lessons)

$60

Level Aqua Tots 1 Aqua Tots 2 Dolphins 1 Dolphins 2

Level I

Level II

Level III

Level IV

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the water safely. Students begin floating and basic skills. Dolphins II is designed for children younger than 5 who have passed Dolphins I and wish to develop swimming readiness. Skills similar to level I, just adapted for younger swimmers.

Designed for the non-swimmer who is ready to develop swimming skills. Skills taught: balance, breath control, supported floating, alternating arm action, proper body positioning, underwater comfort, kicking on front/back. Recommended ages 5 to 7 years who have never had a lesson.

Level II-Fundamental Aquatic Skills For the beginner who is comfortable in the water and ready to swim. Skills taught: breath control, floating front/back, combined stroke on front, supported stroke on back, proper body positioning, supported gliding, retrieving submerged objects. Must pass Dolphins II or Level I to register.

Level III-Stroke Development For those who have completed Level 2 (or equivalent), and are swimming on their own. Skills taught: side breathing, changing directions, refine front and back crawl, intro to butterfly, breaststroke, treading water, sitting, and kneeling dives.

Session 1 6/19-6/29 #5948

Session 2 7/3-7/13 #5950

Session 3 7/17-7/27 #5952

Session 4 7/31-8/10 #5954

6:00-6:30 pm

#5949

#5951

#5953

#5955

Level IV-Stroke Improvement

11:00-11:30 am

#5957

#5959

#5961

#5963

6:00-6:30 pm

#5956

#5958

#5960

#5962

10:00-10:30 am

#5967

#5969

#5971

#5973

10:45-11:15 pm

#5966

#5968

#5970

#5972

For those who have completed Level 3 (or equivalent) and are ready to refine strokes and develop stamina. Skills taught: alternate breathing, open turns, scissor kick, treading water, butterfly, refined breaststroke, and standing dive.

10:00-10:30 am

#5976

#5978

#5979

#5982

Private Lessons (9:00 am to 9:45 am only)

10:45-11:15 am

#5975

#5977

#5980

#5981

10:00-10:30 am

#5984

#5987

#5989

#5992

10:45-11:15 am

#5983

#5986

#5990

#5993

6:30-7:00 pm

#5985

#5988

#5991

#5994

9:45-10:30 am

#5995

#6000

#6003

#6006

10:45-11:30 am

#5996

#5999

#6002

#6005

6:30-7:15 pm

#5997

#5998

#6001

#6004

9:45-10:30 am

#6007

#6011

#6014

#6017

10:45-11:30 am

#6008

#6012

#6015

#6018

6:15-7:00 pm

#6009

#6010

#6013

#6016

9:45-10:30 am

#6019

#6022

#6025

#6028

10:45-11:30 am

#6020

#6023

#6026

#6029

6:15-7:00 pm

#6021

#6024

#6027

#6030

Time 11:00-11:30 am

Private Lessons are customized to each swimmer’s ability and comfort level. Skills from multiple levels may be taught at the same time. Your instructor will develop a lesson plan with a specific skill set based on your swimmer’s current ability. Private lessons are available for all lesson levels depending on instructor availability. Private lesson are four (4) 45 min long classes.

Private Lessons - Adult 16+ You are never too old to learn how to swim. Contact the Swim Lesson Coordinator after the pool has opened for the season to schedule a private session at 541-276-0104. Fee $60 for 4 lessons.

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YOUTH PROGRAMS ALPHABETICAL LIST W/PG. # REGISTRATION BEGINS ONLINE 4/14 AND IN OFFICE 4/17 pg. Adventure Camp: Extended Session

10

Aqua Tots

6

Art Camp for Youth

12

Back to Basics: Freezer Meals

16

Bubble Bump Rentals

15

Community Flea Market

19

Creative Writing: Local History

12

Cupcake Wars

9

Gymnastics

8

Spike Ball

15

Kids in the Kitchen: Farm to Table Kids in the Kitchen: Pizza!

9

Summer Adventure Camp

10

Movies in the Park

19

Open Gym for Little Bucks

15

Paint Party for Adults

17

Pee Wee Flag Football

15

Poppa Moose on the Loose

7

Pump It Up Cheer Squad

15

RC Planes and Quadracopters

13

Skills for Life

13

Dance: Country 2-Step and 4-Step Swing & Couples’ Country Pattern

16

Friday Gamer’s Night

13

Soccer

18

Friday Trips

11

Softball

18

Get Wild! Day Trip to Cascade Locks

17

Special Needs Open Gym

15

Sweet! Cooking Camp

9

Tennis

14

Tiny Tot Olympics

7

Tot Time

7

Total Solar Eclipse Road Trip

16

Wednesdays in the Park

19

Young Einstein Science Camp

13

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

WEE ONES Ages: little ones not

Fee: $1/child

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:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date: Mondays, last session until fall is 5/23 Activity #: 5937 Time:

POPPA MOOSE ON THE LOOSE

TINY TOT OLYMPICS

TOT TIME AT THE GYM

10:00 to 11:00 am

Instructor: Angie Nash

TOT TIME!

Ages: 1-5

Fee: $5

It is an Olympics summer and we are going to do our very own Tiny Tots Olympics. Lots of age-appropriate events with scorecards to be “stamped” once our young athlete has mastered the trampoline, conquered the bouncy house, or navigated the tunnel (to name a few). There is no charge for children not yet one year old. Parents participate along with their children. We conclude with receiving a medal on the podium! Registration is required. Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date:

Thurs 8/24, reg. by Mon, 8/21

Ages: 2-4

Fee: $15

What a time for a rhyme! Poppa Moose (our class mascot) does it all! Come share stories, games, music, movement, and much more! Have fun and meet new friends while enriching your child’s language, large motor skills, and social development. Price includes all materials. Adult participation required. Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date:

Wed, 6/21-6/28 (2 wks.), reg. by Fri, 6/16

Activity #: 5606 Time:

3:00-4:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Nash

Activity #: 5936 Time:

5:30 to 6:30 pm

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GYMNASTICS IMPORTANT DATES

1st Session

2nd Session

ALL register

4/14

4/14

Deadline to register

6/1

8/13

Session begins wk. of

6/5

8/21

Session ends wk. of

6/10

8/14

Age

INTERESTED IN OUR GYMNASTICS PAYMENT PLAN?

gymnastics classes will

Call the office to set up this convenient option on your credit or debit card at 541-276-8100.

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Class

Day

Time

Session 1

Session 2

Fee

Instructor

18 mo. thru 3 yrs

Partners In Play

M

5:15-5:45 pm

#5602

#5605

$38

Angie Nash

3 to 4 years

Tiny Tumblers

M

5:45-6:30 pm

#5613

#5615

$38

Angie Nash

Tumblers

M

6:30-7:15 pm

#5620

#5623

$43

Angie Nash

W

4:30-5:15 pm

#5622

#5524

$43

Amanda Copeland

W

5:15-6:15 pm

#5573

#5574

$48

Amanda Copeland

W

6:15-7:15 pm

#5590

#5593

$43

Amanda Copeland

W

3:30-4:30 pm

#5586

#5587

$48

Amanda Copeland

3 to 6 years 5 + years (beginners) 6+ years (w/experience)

Gymnasts Gymnastic Stars

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

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 accomodating 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 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 the sign to the “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.

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YOUTH/TEEN ACTIVITIES KIDS IN THE KITCHEN: FARM TO TABLE

CUPCAKE WARS

Ages: 5-10

Ages: 8-14

Fee: $14

Together we will walk to the market and do our “shopping.” Once at the kitchen, we will transform our fresh ingredients. Recipes might include toasted cheese sandwiches with homemade bread and cheese from the market or pasta salad with fresh market veggies. We will finish our evening by eating our creations and writing a paragraph about our experience. Our stories will be posted on our Facebook page! All supplies included. Location:

Rec Center, Pendleton Foundation Rm.

Day/Date:

Fri, 6/9 reg. by Tues, 6/6

Fee: $14

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! Our instructor 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. Location:

Rec Center, Pendleton Foundation Rm.

Day/Date:

Tues & Wed, 7/11 & 7/12, reg. by Thurs,

SWEET! COOKING CAMP

7/6

Ages: 8-12

Activity #: 5914

Activity #: 6047

Time:

Time:

Instructor: Angie Nash

3:30 to 6:30 pm

Instructor: Sara Hebard

4:30 to 6:00 pm

KIDS IN THE KITCHEN: PIZZA! Ages: 5-10

Fee: $12

Come spend some time in the kitchen and learn how to make great pizza 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. All supplies included in the cost of registration. Location:

Rec Center, Pendleton Foundation Rm.

Day/Date:

Tues, 7/25, reg. by Thurs, 7/20

Come spend some time in the kitchen and learn how to make something yummie with kids your own age! Chef Angie has all kinds of ideas to keep you busy and having fun. The rest of your family (and their sweet tooth) will be amazed at what a good cook you have become. Parents are welcome to participate with their children at no extra charge. All supplies included. Location:

Rec Center, Pendleton Foundation Rm.

Day/Date:

Mon thru Thurs, 8/7-8/10 reg. by Wed, 8/2

Activity #: 5935 Time:

9:30 am to Noon

Instructor: Sara Hebard

Activity #: 6042 Time:

Fee: $55

6:00 to 7:30 pm

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BIRTHDAY PARTIES IN THE GYM Ages: up to age 18

Fee: $50

The gym is a great place for kids to have some energetic fun with friends and family. Come inside to enjoy badminton, dodgeball, volleyball or basketball. Play some ping pong, foosball, or pool. We also have a bouncy house (add $30) or putt putt golf (add $10) available. 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. Location:

Rec Center, McCune Gym

Day(s):

Saturdays

Date(s):

Starts September 24

Time:

Choose from 10:15 am to 12:30 pm or 12:45 to 3:00 pm. We recommend using the first 15 minutes to fine-tune set-up with our staff. Please do not arrive before your scheduled time.

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SUMMER ADVENTURE CAMP

Ages: 8-12 (grades 2-6 in the fall) Fee: $17/wk

Check out this boredom busting opportunity in Pioneer and Community Parks for children ages 8-12 years old. Register by the individual week or all six weeks. Lunch provided by Sodexo through the Pendleton school lunch program. An afternoon snack will also be provided by our staff.

Monday and Wednesday mornings will include active games such as tag, Ollie Ollie Over, frisbee, dodgeball, kickball, and whiffle ball, among others. We will stay cool in the afternoon with quieter craft and science projects in the shade like making slime, survivor challenges, and scavenger hunts. Occasionally we have guest speakers. In the past, we have learned basic orienteering and performed some interesting water quality experiments.

On Tuesdays, Pioneer Park attends the Aquatic Center in the afternoon while Community Park visits the library and gym for the day. On Thursdays, we reverse that schedule so everyone gets a trip to the aquatic center, gym, and library each week. We also have an active Friday Trips program. Fees and registration are separate. Be sure to check out the schedule. Many of our campers finish their Adventure Camp week with one of these great road trips. Location: Community Park or Pioneer Park Day(s): Mon thru Thur (6 weeks) Date(s): 6/19-7/27; deadline to register is Thursday, prior to each camp week Time: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Week

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Week 1

6/19-6/22

$17

Week 2

6/26-6/29

$17

Week 3

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$15

Week 4

7/10-7/13

$17

Week 5

7/17-7/20

$17

Week 6

7/24-7/27

$17

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Join us for 1 week, all 6 weeks, or anything in between! We strive to hire college students majoring in education as park leaders. It is wonderful practical work experience as they pursue their college degree. We welcome parent visits on-site. Do not wait to register. This program is very popular and fills each summer.

Starts June 19 ADVENTURE CAMP: EXTENDED SESSION Ages: 7-12

$90

Two more weeks of fun! Did you like this summer’s camp? Enjoy more of the same (including lunch and a snack) with a few additional twists to the program. New arts and science programs will be added as well as a few more camper-inspired options. There will be two leaders for every ten to twelve campers. This program is not subsidized and must be financially self-supporting. Limited to first 50 children. Location: Pioneer Park Picnic Shelter Day(s): Mon-Thurs (2 weeks) Date(s): 7/31-8/10; reg by Wed, 7/15 Time: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

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YOUTH/TEEN ACTIVITIES

Hit the Road: FRIDAY TRIPS! FRIDAY TRIP: TRAMPOLINE PARK

FRIDAY TRIP: PENDLETON SKATE CITY & MOVIE Ages: 8-13

Ages: 8-13 Fee: $20

What a day! In-line skating and a movie. Stay tuned for the movie title. The kids will receive entry to Skate City and skate rental as well as a ticket to the movie as part of their registration fee. They should bring a lunch (we will stop at Stillman Park for a break between activities) or bring money for lunch, snacks, and additional games at the skating rink if desired. Location:

Leave from Rec Center parking lot

Day/Date:

Fri, 6/30, reg. by Mon 6/26

Activity #: 5917

Check in at Rec Center at 9:15 am, depart 9:30 am SHARP, return about 3:15 pm

Bring lunch or money for lunch, snacks, and games.

FRIDAY TRIP: JUBILEE LAKE Ages: 8-13

Location: Leave from Rec Center parking lot Limited to first 47 registered

Activity #: 5918 Time:

two hours of jump time. Please send your child with a lunch as we will stop at an area park to eat and run around after we are done jumping. It is essential that the parent fill out an online waiver for the trampoline park. Go to www.getairtricities. com and print out a copy for our trip chaperone. Get Air will not let kids jump if it has not been completed. Day/Date: Fri, 7/7, reg. by Mon 7/3

Limited to first 47 registered

Time:

Check in at Rec Center at 9:15 am, depart 9:30 am SHARP, return about 3:30 pm

Bring a lunch or money for lunch and your WAIVER!

Time:

Check in at Rec Center at 9:15

Leave from Rec Center parking lot

Day/Date:

Fri, 7/14, reg. by Mon, 7/11 Limited to first 47 registered

Activity #: 5915 Time:

Check in at Rec Center at 9:15 am, depart 9:30 am SHARP, return about 3:30 pm

FRIDAY TRIP: HARRIS PARK HIKE & FIELD DAY Fee: $12

Location: Leave from Rec Center parking lot Day/Date:

parking lot Fri, 7/21, reg. by Mon, 7/18

Location:

NEW Friday Trip! A hike up the Walla Walla River and play time to include giant kickball and giant disc fly-up in the Harris Park Play Field. This is going to be a popular trip. Please wear comfortable shoes for hiking (no flip flops) and sunscreen. Be prepared to pack/ carry a snack and water for the hike.

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Day/Date:

Fee: $21

We will stop at the Carousel of Dreams on our way to Chuck E. Cheese. A ride on the carousel is included. The carousel is located in the Southridge Sports Complex where we will take some time to stretch our legs. Then, we head to Chuck E. Cheese and enjoy a pizza party and all of the games they have for kids (soda, 2 slices of pizza, 30 game tokens included).

Ages: 8-13

Fee: $12

Once we reach the lake we will have lunch and then split into groups for an easy hike around the lake (bring some good shoes for walking) and swimming around the dock. A certified lifeguard will accompany the group. We have some life jackets, but bring one if you have one (with your name on it). Location:

FRIDAY TRIP: CHUCK E. CHEESE

Fee: $23 & CAROUSEL OF DREAMS We are headed to Get Air Trampoline Park for Ages: 8-13

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Instructor Spotlight: Jeny Stone of Jeny’s Heart with Art!

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Local artist Jeny Stone has been an artist since she was old enough to hold a paint brush, and now she is sharing her talent, passion, and heart with the community. She owns Jeny’s Heart With Art and is now one of our newest instructors! Throughout the spring and summer, she will be teaching Adult Paint Parties and the new and exciting Art Camp for Youth. Jeny said her passion for art has been growing stronger for the past 15 years, and kicked into overdrive in the past 5. Jeny’s Heart With Art was born when she was restricted to bed after health issues and surgery. Jeny has multiple sclerosis and in 2015 had back surgery that affected her whole life. It took her six months to recover and start walking again. After that, she said she was going to pursue her dreams. She said, “I have suffered through this, and if I get better, then I am going to do what I love, which is art.” Throughout both her adult and youth classes, Jeny brings her personality and sense of humor. A fun moment during the paint parties is when she leads the participants to raise their paint brushes and vow that they will not say anything

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bad about their paintings. The youth classes are full of laughter and excitement. In addition to making useful projects such as rocket ships and marshmallow shooters, the kids will do science experiments to show the connection between art and science. The classes themselves began when a friend asked her if she could expand from doing birthday parties to the popular “Paint & Wine” style evenings that have begun happening all around the country. She said yes, and her first class in June 2016 had 30 participants with a waiting list of 20. It only took two days to sell out those 30 spots. From there, the classes expanded to the local Sisters Cafe. They quickly outgrew that space, which promoted Jeny to open her downtown location. Jeny’s ultimate goal for her classes is to have participants hang their creations on the wall afterwards and be confident that they love what they created. Of her classes, she says that they take no artist talent whatsoever: “If you can draw a line, you can paint a beautiful painting.”

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Jeny’s Heart with Art Kids Classes encourage students to enhance their artwork to suit their unique personality. We always incorporate imaginative art creations with fun activities! We use a variety of art media such as acrylic paint, chalk, clay, color pencils, watercolors, crayons, ink, and so much more. Each child gets their own set of supplies to use. An art show will be held the final day. The confidence student’s gain in their creativity will spill over into other aspects of their life and education. More great projects can be found on our instructor’s website www. jenysheartwithart.com. Children with special circumstances/needs encouraged to participate with the assistance of an adult or guardian in attendance at the art camp for youth event. Location:

Rec Center, Pendleton Foundation Rm.

Day/Date:

Mon, 7/31- Thur 8/3 reg. by Tues 7/25

Activity #: 6069 Time:

10:30 am to 1:00 pm

Instructor: Jeny Stone

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Fee: $18

A class to show how creative writing and local history can meet and come alive. Gather with other teenagers and the published writing instructor for this four week creative writing and research class. The Pioneer Park Cemetery was the first cemetery in Pendleton and contains lots of history related to the founding of Pendleton. Together we will discover stories in the cemetery to tell. The focus of the class will be to show that when local history comes alive, it can make us feel more connected to our community. Lessons in the class will cover writing, revision, and research techniques. No experience required. All supplies provided. Location:

Pendleton Foundation Room

Day/Date:

Mon 7/10-7/31 94 weeks)

Activity #: 5974 Time:

5:00 to 6:00 pm

Instructor: Casey Brown

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YOUNG EINSTEIN SCIENCE CAMP Ages: 9-14

Fee: free

A great way to spend Friday night for middle high school aged students. Join us at the gym for a 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 and prizes! Doors open at 6 p.m. and the tournament starts at 7 p.m. continuing until about 10:00 p.m. (when the competition is complete).The last Gamer’s Night of the season is May 12th. We will resume in October (usually the second Friday of the month from October through May).

Fee: $55 Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

We will focus on a different branch of science each day. We will build brush bots as we explore engineering, delve into electricity and magnetism with magnetic slime, learn about biology by dissecting some owl pellets, and wrap it up with time spent on chemistry and physics. Learning was never so much fun!

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Ages: 10+

Rec Center, Pendleton Foundation Rm.

Activity #: 5608 Day(s):

Mon thru Thurs

Date(s):

8/14 thru 8/17; reg. by Tues, 8/8

Time:

9:00 to 11:00 am

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SKILLS FOR LIFE

Fee: FREE r Ages: 12+ . Open to all middle and high school aged students! This program is a partnership with Lost & Found Youth Outreach. Lots of gym activities l are available beginning at 3:00 p.m. and at 4:00 s p.m. the pace will change into a life skills group. Topics will include success at school, cultivating a d positive self-image, helping others, and lots more! This program is FREE and meets year-round. Call o Suzanne Moore, 541-276-3987, to register or for . more information. Location:

Day/Date: Fri 5/12 Activity #: 6041 Time:

6:00 to 10:30 pm

Instructor: Lost & Found Youth Outreach

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$20

Pendleton Parks and Rec and Pendleton Props RC Club are partnering to bring the fun and excitement of RC Planes and Quadcopters (sometimes called drones) to the youth of Pendleton. Let us introduce and teach your kids about designing, building, and flying Remote control aircraft. This four hour class will demonstrate how aerodynamics work, different build processes, and how to fly RC. Pendleton Prop will give demonstration flights, and there will be a RC flight simulator on site to try. In this introductory class students will design and build their own aircraft. Parents are welcome to help and participate with their chld. Bring your own lunch, chairs, and sunscreen if needed for the time spent outside. Location: Grecian Heights Park, north end Day/Date: Sat, 6/10, reg. by Tues 6/6 Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Instructor Pendleton Props RC Club

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date: Thursays Activity #: 5413 Time:

3:00-5:00 pm © Pendleton Props RC Club

Instructor: Suzanne Moore

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ALL COMERS YOUTH TRACK MEET FREE!

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Rec Tennis offers a variety of fun and afforadable tennis programs for children, teens, adults, and families! Smash summer boredom with Rec Tennis at Stillman Park. Weekly and daily sessions all summer long. Average session price equals $4 per hour. 20% off early registration discount available until April 30. Equipment included. Register at www.rectennis.com/pendleton. For info and requests, please contact Elece Fiocchi at 509-221-0823 or efiocchi@pnw.usta.com. Location:

Stillman Park

Day/Date:

6/19-8/18

Activity #: n/a Time:

7:00 to 8:30 pm

Instructor: Our partner, Rec Tennis

SATURDAY, MAY 20, 2017, 9AM PENDLETON HIGH SCHOOL TRACK

18 MOS - 10 YEARS

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! © USTA

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YOUTH/TEEN SPORTS PUMP IT UP CHEER SQUAD! Ages: 7-14

SPECIAL NEEDS OPEN GYM Fee: $47 Ages: All Ages

FREE!

Let’s get loud, jump up and down, and cheer for our team at select Pendleton Youth Football games in October, including the league championship Requa Bowl! Practices will be held in the Helen McCune Gymnasium at the Pendleton Recreation Center. The registration fee includes poms and a special cheer t-shirt. Please register by Monday, September 11th so we can have poms and t’s in time for the first game. Practices are held on Mondays and Thursdays beginning September 18th - October 28th (dependent on when Requa Bowl date is set). Spread the word!

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

Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date:

Mon, 9/18-10-28 (6 weeks), reg. by Mon,

This is basketball for the little ones! Kids entering 1st through 3rd grades in the fall are welcome to come hang out with Coach Luddington and enjoy some time in the gym playing basketball. FREE!

9/11 Activity #: 5920 Time:

6:30 to 7:30 pm

Instructor: Francie Foster

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Activity #: 5871 Noon to 1:30 pm

Instructor: Winnie Burnett (Volunteer!)

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Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date:

Sat, 4/29-8/26 (17 wks.), drop-in

Fee: FREE

Played like 2 on 2 volleyball but utilizing a minitrampoline type net instead of a regular volleyball net. First twenty participants through the door get a FREE hackey sack. Get your friends to come and give it a try or just watch you make it happen. Popular game on college campuses. Let’s fill the gym at the Rec Center with 4 (or more) games of Spike Ball happening at one time. This is a FREE program geared to high school and college age players. It is an easy game to learn so come check it out. Check it out on Youtube. https://www. youtube.com/watch?v=jdRKqguEbas

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Thurs 6/22-7/27 (6 weeks)

Activity #: 6067 Time:

7:00 to 8:30 pm

Instructor: Lisa Patrick

Activity #: 5919

PEE WEE FLAG FOOTBAL Grades 1-4 (split into 2 age groups)

Time:

Fee: $18 Instructor: Coach Luddington (volunteer!)

Looking for just the right activity for your youngster? Try our Fall Flag Football! This short four week season meeting Tuesday evenings for an hour, will combine fundamentals and practice time followed by the structure of a short game. With the help of volunteer adults as instructors, we’ll create an opportunity for building football skills. Parents interested in helping with instruction or games, please contact Lisa, 541-966-0228 (leave a message please). VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED! Help us with this program. Team flags are provided. Location:

Steve Price Field

Day/Date:

Tues, 8/15-9/5, reg. by Tues 8/8

Activity #: 1st-2nd: 6050; 3rd-4th: 6051 Time:

6:00 to 7:00 pm

Instructor: VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED

8:00 to 9:30 am

Bubble Bump Rentals 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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ADULT ACTIVITIES TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE ROAD TRIP 14+

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BACK TO BASICS: FREEZER MEALS MAY

BACK TO BASICS: FREEZER MEALS JUNE

18+

18+

Fee: $49

Prepare for the busy summer season! You will create, and take home, three meals (feeding approximately 4 persons each). All ingredients and recipes are included in the registration fee. That is only $13 to feed a family of four. RECIPES INCLUDE: Swiss Cheese Chicken, Chicken Pot Pie, and finally Chicken, Broccoli, Bacon & Potato Bake. Location:

Pendleton Foundation Room

Fee: $49

Prepare for the busy summer season! You will create, and take home, three meals (feeding approximately 4 persons each). All ingredients and recipes are included in the registration fee. That is only $13 to feed a family of four. RECIPES INCLUDE: Chicken Parmesan Caserole, No Boil 3 Cheese Manicotti, and The Lawnmower Taco. Location:

Pendleton Foundation Room

Day/Date: Mon, 5/22, reg. by Wed 5/17

Day/Date: Thurs, 6/8, reg. by Fri 6/2

Activity #: 6043

Activity #: 6044

Time:

Time:

5:30 to 7:30 pm

Instructor: Sara Hebard

Fee: $50

We will head south and find a great view to experience this once in a lifetime event taking place at about 10:21 a.m. (depending specifically on where we stop). A total solar eclipse will not occur for another 100 years. A 90-mile swath of totality crosses 14 states, yet Oregon is predicted to be some of the best viewing. We will firm up our itinerary as information becomes available. These remote locations are still planning how best to handle the large crowds expected and have not released full info yet. We hope to incorporate a stop at the Fossil Beds. Please bring food and beverage as services are limited and communities are warning that local resources may be “sold out.” We will provide solar viewing glasses and transportation. This is going to be an exciting time! Stay tuned. Our seating is limited. Location:

Leave from the Rec Center parking lot

Day/Date: Mon, 8/21, reg. by Wed 8/16 Activity #: 6071 Time:

7:00 am to 5:00 pm

Instructor: Lisa Patrick

5:30 to 7:30 pm

Instructor: Sara Hebard

COUNTRY 2-STEP AND 4-STEP SWING

COUPLES’ COUNTRY PATTERN

Ages: 16+

Ages: 16+

Fee: $18

Learn two dances with two feet! The sequence of steps is the same for both the Country 2-Step, which progresses around the outside of the dance floor, and the 4-Step Swing, which stays in one place. Turns and patterns will be taught to fancyup your moves in both dances. Song favorites are those by George Strait, Alan Jackson, and Tim McGraw to name a few. Wear comfortable shoes that allow for turning steps. No partner required. Location:

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Fee: $18

Double the fun! In just 6 lessons, learn dances written for couples that include the 10-Step, Texas Waltz, Cowboy Traveling Cha Cha, Horseshoes Shuffle, and more. Dances are done in the sweetheart position (side-by-side) with the lady’s and gentleman’s footwork being the same. Wear comfortable shoes that allow for turning steps. No partner required. Location:

Rec Center, Helen McCune Gym

Day/Date: Tues, 5/16-6/6 ( weeks); reg by 5/11

Day/Date: Tues, 5/16-6/6 (4 weeks), reg. by 5/11

Activity #: 5965

Activity #: 5964

Time:

Time:

Instructor: April Dyntera

6:15 to 7:15 pm

7:30 to 8:30 pm

Instructor: April Dyntera

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Fee: $25

Lets beat the crowd and visit the Gorge on a WILD Wednesday. Our primary destination will be Cascade Locks. We will visit the Soderberg Bronze Foundry, the first foundry in the United States to be owned and operated by a female. We will have lunch (pack your own or grab something in town). We will stop at the East Wind Drive-In for one of their skyscraper tall ice cream cones. © cascadelocks.net Our day trip is named after Cheryl Strayed’s famous trip on the Pacifiic Crest Trail as portrayed in the movie (Reese Witherspoon) and the book “Wild.” Her 1,000 mile trip ended here in Cascade Locks with an ice cream cone at this very same drive in. We will enjoy a much tamer hike on the East end of town on the gentle three mile easy climb loop. This will be a long day. Please pack snacks and drinks. Wear shoes appropriate for the light hiking that will take place on this trip. Location:

Leave from the Rec Center parking lot

Day/Date: Wed, 6/7, reg. by Fri 6/2 Activity #: 6066 Time:

7:45 am to 6:00 pm

Instructor: Lisa Patrick

ADULT OPEN GYM

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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 be addressed such as not pulling or jumping. Our instructor has a Dog Training and Behavior Consulting business and has been a registered vet technician for nineteen years. Does not meet the week of July 4.

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Ease into another work week with a courtpounding Sunday evening at the Rec Center. Grab a basketball game or two for a great way to stay in shape. Meets year-round excluding Round-up Week and select holidays. Location:

Pendleton Rec Center, Helen McCune

Pendleton Foundation Room

Day/Date: Tues, 5/16, reg. by 5/9 Tues, 6/20, reg. by 6/13

Fee: FREE

Tues, 7/18, reg. by 7/11 Tues, 8/15, reg. by 8/4 Activity #: May 6070; June 6074; July 6075; August 6076 Time:

6:00 to 9:00 pm

Instructor: Jeny Stone

Gym Day/Date: Sundays, no reg. required

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Activity #: 5859

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Day/Date: Mon, 6/5-7/17, reg. by 5/31

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This beginners art class will introduce participants to a variety of fun painting techniques. With step by step instructions and a little effort your friends will be calling you Van Gogh in no time! Previous art experience NOT needed. All supplies are included. Check out www.jenysheartwithart.com for samples of some of the projects. May - Appleblossoms June - Sea Turtle July - Lavendar Fields August - Dreamcatcher Location:

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Activity #: 5861 Time:

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ADULT SPORTS SOCCER: ADULT COED REC LEAGUE Ages: 15+

LEAGUE INFORMATIONAL MEETING APRIL 13, 6 PM, STEVE PRICE FIELD

Fee: $225

Register NOW for our midsummer Coed softball tournament. Games will be played in Pendleton’s Community Park and are open to all Coed softball teams in and out of the area. ASA bat rules apply. SPRING COED KICK-OFF Ages: 16+ Fee: $100 Teams pitch to their own team in a fast-paced game What a great way to kick off the season! This spring that keeps people coming back for more. Kick-Off Tournament will be fun and entertaining Location: Community Park West, Ball Fields Day/Date: Sat - Sun 7/15-/716 with a strategy factor. Be ready to run the bases Activity #: 5941 backward, use a 16” ball and other exciting twists Time: 8:00 am start time to an already fun tournament. Tournament will be Instructor: Jeff Hamilton a 5 and 5 format. ASA rules apply. Location:

Community Park West, Ball Fields

Day/Date: Sat, 6/3, reg. by Mon, 5/29 Activity #: 5880

SOFTBALL LEAGUE: COED Ages: 16+

Fee: $200

Our adult coed softball is a 5 men/5 women format and has ASA-based rules. Games will be played Instructor: Jeff Hamilton on Tuesdays, but Wednesdays may be added if needed. Each team will receive a scorebook and SOFTBALL LEAGUE: MENS one dozen balls with their registration fee. For Ages: 16+ Fee: $200 specific league information, contact Jeff Hamilton Put together a team at your business or get at 541-276-8100. some friends together! Our adult men’s softball Location: Community Park West, Ball Fields has ASA-based rules. Games will be played on Day/Date: Tues, 5/23-8/8 (11 week session), reg. by Fri 5/12 Mondays, but Thursdays may be added if needed. Each team will receive a scorebook and one dozen Activity #: 5878 games at 6:00 or 7:00 pm balls with their registration fee. For specific league Time: information, contact Jeff Hamilton at 541-276-8100. Instructor: Jeff Hamilton Time:

8:00 am start

Location:

Community Park West, Ball Fields

Day/Date: Mon, 5/22-8/7 (11 week session), reg. by Fri 5/12 Activity #: 5879 Time:

6:00 to 8:00 pm

Instructor: Jeff Hamilton

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Register as an individual and be assigned to a team. You may request to be paired with one other individual (father/daughter for example). Teams will be formed with an attempt to create competitive balance based on gender, experience level, and age. Games will be officiated.

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There will be a few unofficial group practices before team practices begin. Official team practices will begin in early June with games beginning in midJune on Tuesday and/or Thursday evenings (depending on the total number of teams registered) at Grecian Heights Park. League play continues through the end of July. Please don’t delay and register today. We can do a better job of forming equitable teams, and a sufficient number of teams, if we have everyone registered before the June 2 deadline. Location: Grecian Heights Park, South Field Day(s): Tu & Th (11 weeks) Activity #: 5921 Date(s): Unofficial practices 5/16-6/1 Official Tues, 6/6-7/27, reg by. 6/2 Time: 6:00 to 8:00 pm Instructor: Jeremy Talbot © gemenacom - Fotolia.com

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SPECIAL EVENTS

AUGUST 1, 2017

COMMUNITY PARK

PENDLETON AQUATIC CENTER Sponsored by the Pendleton Police Department

1000 SW 37th St.

FREE CONCERT SERIES

Movies begin at dusk Concessions available Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, all movies are FREE!

Join us for another season of FREE Movies in the Park thanks to generous local sponsors. We will begin this year right after school lets out. From June 17th through July 29th we will have six Saturday movie nights (we will skip July 15th due to major event in town - Pendleton Whisky Fest). Movies begin at dusk. Concessions will also be available. This year we have an alternate location, Vert Theater, in case of weather related issues. Follow us on Facebook for the latest updates. Weather related decisions are announced by 6:00 p.m. on show day.

Community Flea Market

$20/booth - Register by Thursday July 6 at 12pm Saturday, July 8 / 8:30 am to 3:00 pm / Roy Raley Park

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MAY

WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE: MONSTER EXTRAVAGANZA Wednesday, May 10th 4:30 pm Ages 0-6 Registration required. KARAOKE PARTY Thursday, May 18th 4:30 pm Ages 8-13 Registration Required CRAFTERNOONS Tuesdays 4:15 pm FAMILY SCIENCE NIGHT Thursday, May 25th 6:00 PM All Ages No Registration required. TECH CLASS: INTRO TO GOOGLE DRIVE Saturday, May 13th 2:00 pm Adult 18+ 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 20

JUNE

JULY

ENGINEER IT! EXPLORING ANCIENT TECHNOLOGIES Wednesday, June 21st 6:00 to 7:00 pm All Ages, including adults - No registration Build a shelter, design a boat, weave a shoe, or invent a fishing tool! Try out your own engineering skills while discovering technologies designed by Oregon’s first engineers. BIG TRUCK DAYS Thursday, June 28 1:00-3:00 pm All Ages - No registration Join us in the back Library parking lot for big rigs and fun constructionrelated activities. Public Works staff will be there to show what vehicles are used to build our city!

ILLUSTRATOR’S WORKSHOP WITH PROFESSIONAL ILLUSTRATOR TAYLOR MORRISON Wednesday, July 5th 4:30 pm-5:30pm Ages 6-13 - No Registration

SUMMER STORY TIME Fridays @ 10:15 am All Ages - No Registration Join Ms. Kim for fun stories, songs, and crafts. CRAFTERNOONS Tuesdays 4:15 pm Each week we will run a new craft. All materials provided by the library. Summer crafternoons will be a step up with craft challenges and inspire your little artist in the making!

CRAFTERNOONS Tuesdays 4:15 pm

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COLOR THE CARDBOARD CITY Thursday, July 13th 1:00-3:00 pm All Ages - No registration SUMMER STORY TIME Fridays @ 10:15 am All Ages - No Registration Join Ms. Kim for fun stories, songs, and crafts.

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AUGUST

ALL AGES SUMMER READING PROGRAM

CREATURE FEATURE Tuesday, August 8th 4:00 PM Ages 0-6 All Ages - No registration Come check out the Creature Feature Reptire and Insect Show hosted by Steve Lattanzi! SUMMER STORY TIME Fridays @ 10:15 am All Ages - No Registration Join Ms. Kim for fun stories, songs, and crafts. CRAFTERNOONS Tuesdays 4:15 pm Each week we will run a new craft. All materials provided by the library. Summer crafternoons will be a step up with craft challenges and inspire your little artist in the making!

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PENDLETON PUBLIC LIBRARY Monday, June 19 to Saturday, August 12 Kids, teens, and adults Registration packets for all programs will be available at the Library starting June 1st. Summer activities and the reading program are geared toward the theme BUILD A BETTER WORLD Together, we will build a great summer!

ADULTS PROGRAMS ENGINEER IT! EXPLORING ANCIENT TECHNOLOGIES Wednesday, June 21st 6:00 to 7:00 pm All Ages, including adults - No registration Build a shelter, design a boat, weave a shoe, or invent a fishing tool! Try out your own engineering skills while discovering technologies designed by Oregon’s first engineers.

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

COLORING CLUB MONTHLY! First Wednesday @ 5:30 pm Adults and Teens Library Meeting Room Bring your own color or use ours. We will have sheets to color, or bring something you are working on.

DIY PROGRAMS MONTHLY! Fourth Tuesday @ 6:00 pm 18+ - Registration Library Meeting Room JUNE 27: SIMPLE BUIDING PROJECT - We will work on the Summer Reading theme with a fun, simple project. JULY 25: BULLET JOURNALS, PART I AUGUST 22: BULLET JOURNALS, PART II

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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

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Aquatic Center 1901 NW Carden

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4 Vert Auditorium 480 SW Dorion

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5 Vert Little Theater Vert Club Room 345 SW 4th

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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.

7. McKay Neighborhood, 1531 SW 44th Ave.

15. Sherwood, 720 SW 29th St.

Community West, 1200 SW 44th St. ⌂

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

⌂ reservable shelter

Call 276-8100 to reserve a shelter

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


PROGRAM INDEX BY MONTH PROGRAM

STARTS

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MAY Tot Time at the Gym

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Special Needs Open Gym Adult Open Gym Skills for Life Friday Gamer’s Night Dance: Country 2-Step and 4-Step Swing Paint Party for Adults All Comers Youth Track Meet Back to Basics Freezer Meals May Softball: Men’s League Softball: Coed League JUNE Skills for Life Softball: Spring Coed Kick-Off Tournament Gymnastics (Session 1) Dog Obedience: “Who’s In Charge?” Soccer: Adult Coed Rec League Get Wild! Day Trip to Cascade Locks Back to Basics Freezer Meals June Kids in the Kitchen: Farm to Table RC Planes and Quadracopters Lifeguard Training Adult Lap Swim Swim Lessons (Session 1) Summer Adventure Camp (Week 1) Tennis Paint Party for Adults Poppa Moose on the Loose Spikeball Aqua Fitness Zumba Summer Adventure Camp (Week 2) Friday Trip: Pendleton Skate City & Movie JULY Adult Open Gym Tennis Skills for Life Swim Lessons (Session 2)

COFFEE WITH THE CITY

5/12 5/16 5/16 5/20 5/22 5/22 5/22

15 17 13 13 16 17 14 16 18 18

6/3 6/5 6/5 6/6 6/7 6/8 6/9 6/10 6/12

13 18 8 17 18 17 16 9 13 5

6/16 6/19 6/19 6/19 6/20 6/21 6/22 6/26 6/26 6/30

5 6 10 14 17 7 15 5 10 11

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PROGRAM Summer Adventure Camp (Week 3) Cupcake Wars Friday Trip: Trampoline Park Community Flea Market Summer Adventure Camp (Week 4) Creative Writing: Local History Friday Trip: Chuck E. Cheese & Carousel of Dreams Softball: Coed 2-Pitch Blast Summer Adventure Camp (Week 5) Swim Lessons (Session 3) Paint Party for Adults Aquatic Pepsi Blast Friday Trip: Jubilee Lake Summer Adventure Camp (Week 6) Kids in the Kitchen: Pizza! Swim Lessons (Session 4) Summer Adventure Camp: Extended Session Art Camp for Youth AUGUST Adult Open Gym Tennis Skills for Life Sweet! Cooking Camp Young Einstein Science Camp Pee Wee Flag Football Paint Party for Adults Gymnastics (Session 2) Total Solar Eclipse Road Trip Tiny Tot Olympics SEPTEMBER Adult Open Gym Skills for Life Julie Wunderlich Memorial Doggie Dip Day Pump It Up Cheer Squad!

FIRST MONDAY OF EACH MONTH HAMLEY’S

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7/15 7/17 7/17 7/18 7/19 7/21 7/24 7/25 7/31 7/31 7/31

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8/7 8/14 8/15 8/15 8/21 8/21 8/24

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MAJOR DONORS & SPONSORS DONORS & VOLUNTEERS Outwest Catering Pendleton Bottling Co. Pendleton City Club Pendleton Convention Center Rotary Club of Pendleton Astra FFA Helix Key Club Kiwanis Club of Pendleton Leadership Pendleton School District PHS National Honor Society

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 16

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

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Pendleton parks and recreation spring summer 2017 activity guide  

Pendleton Parks and Recreation's activity guide for the Spring Summer 2017 season. GO PLAY OUTSIDE!

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