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Table of contents Director’s Welcome .......................................................................

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Registration Information ..............................................................

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Youth/Teen Birthdays ...................................................................

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Youth Programs .............................................................................

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Gymnastics ....................................................................................

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How to Find Us - Map, Facility Addresses, Parks ........................

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Adult Programs...............................................................................

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Special Events ................................................................................

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Good Times ...................................................................................

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Activity Index by Month ................................................................

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Other Recreation Resources ..........................................................

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Celebrating Grants, Sponsors & Volunteers!..................................

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Parks & Cemetery Office Monday thru Friday, 7:00 am to 4:00 pm OPEN THROUGH LUNCH 865 Tutuilla Road Pendleton, OR 97801 Telephone: 541-276-8100 FAX: 541-276-9789 Donnie Cook Donnie Cook Deb Whittaker Melissa Davis

Parks, Recreation & Cemetery Director Parks & Cemetery Superintendent Special Projects Coordinator Office Specialist

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

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Recreation Supervisor Recreation Supervisor

541-966-0228 541-966-0229

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Pendleton Parks & recreation commission Alan Kendrick, Chair Rick Guenther Rick Oliver

Vern Willcox, V. Chair Deborah Peale Joseph Engum Dawn DiFuria

Commission meetings are held at Noon, the second Tuesday of each month at the Parks Office, 865 Tutuilla Road, Pendleton. These are public meetings and we encourage your participation and input!

Greetings from the Director!

We have the best deal on the planet going on right now with season passes at the Aquatic Center 10% off the regular price until the day before the pool opens. Purchase yours no later than Thursday, June 12, to take advantage of this offer! See page 6 for the math. We had a successful first-time 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament this past month and we’re following it up with more basketball activities this summer. You can play league water basketball at the pool, participate in an eight-week training class or a three-day intense camp. We’re partnering with Whitman’s men’s basketball coach, Stephen Garnett, who owns Overtime Training. Check out his bio on pg. 27. No need to leave town to get quality basketball programs! Something else new at the pool is Shallow Water Aerobics, suited for those who are at a moderate fitness level but who want to improve strength, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. If you’re looking for more intensity, try Deep Water Aerobics or Extreme Water Running. Movies In The Park is one week longer this year and we’re once again offering sponsorships for this very well-loved and well-attended event. We estimate our crowd at between 300 and 500 each week. If you’d like to be part of this event, you can participate at several different donor levels. Contact Lisa Patrick, 541-276-0228. The Summer Parks Adventure Camp is now a fee-based activity but we know there is a need to support that cost for our community’s low-income families. We sent a flyer out through schools encouraging those who qualify to submit their papererwork early so they would be ready to register as soon as the class opens. These classes fill up fast! Temperatures have warmed up and we’re off and running with seasonal tasks. We opened up winterized park restrooms, mowers are headed out to parks around town, picnic tables will soon be taken out of winter storage, and the ball fields are being groomed for play. I hope this finds all of you thinking about getting outside and enjoying spring; summer isn’t too far behind!

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registration online

Useful for information AND registration. Link from our homepage at www.pendletonparksandrec.com From our website, click on the “register now” or “more info” buttons to link to online registration.

TIP: It will be easier if you create your account or log-in before selecting classes.

►walk-in Parks Office 865 Tutuilla Road Pendleton • For ALL activities and services • Pay by cash, check or credit card

Registration Guidelines • There will be a 2% vendor processing fee added to each invoice, with a minum of $1 and maximum of $10. • You must pre-register prior to attending an activity unless otherwise noted. • Fees must be paid in full at the time of ►phone registration. Class sizes are limited and Parks Office will be filled on a first come, first serve (541) 276-8100 basis. • Pay with most credit or debit cards • Activities are subject to change by the for recreation activities (other services Parks and Recreation Department. may be limited to VISA or MasterClass minimums must be met or the card.) class is subject to cancellation. • Unless you hear from us, GO TO ►mail CLASS. We will call you only if a class Pendleton Parks & Recreation has been changed or is cancelled. 865 Tutuilla Road Accommodations Pendleton, OR 97801 We support the Americans With Disabili• Include completed registration form and payment; include credit card info, ties Act and encourage participation by everyone. If you require special accommoney order or check. modations to participate in our programs • Please do not send cash. or use our recreation facilities, please call • A receipt will be mailed to you. 276-8100. ►fax Where to find parks & Parks Office Recreation brochures (541) 276-9789 • Parks & Cemetery office, 865 Tutuilla • Include your credit card information Road, Pendleton. with completed registration form. • www.pendletonparksandrec.com • A receipt will be mailed to you. • Your mailbox! (see “stuff ” next pg.) • Pendleton Public Library ►pay by • Chamber of Commerce • Check, payable to City of Pendleton • City Hall ($25 fee for NSF checks) • We accept most major credit or debit • Rooster’s, Up With Donuts, Tum-Acards for recreation programs Lum and Safeway. • Birthday parties, shelters, and various • The spring/summer brochure is availother services are VISA and Masterable mid-April, fall/winter is available credit or debit card, cash or check.. in early September and winter/spring • Cash (in person only) in late December.

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stuff we want you to know mail/e-mail news We are now direct mailing the brochure to our mailing list. We also will continue to distribute periodic flyers through the schools that help fill the gap between brochures, typically around holiday breaks. If you have registered for one of our activities in the past year, you will automatically be on our mailing list. If you aren’t on the list, you can request to be added on our website.

cREDITS & reFUNDS Credits (good for up to one year from the date of issue) or refunds are readily granted if we are notified 7 days prior to the start date of the program. Credits only will 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.

Online registration asks for your email address as part of your account set-up, which it also uses to confirm registrations. We occassionally use your email address for special announcements and if you would like to OPT-OUT of these special announcements, please call us at 541-276-8100. find us on facebook We use facebook for quick reminders, to post photos of events and MORE so don’t forget to check us out there too! Don’t forget to click “LIKE”!

photography consent By enrolling in or attending any class or activity offered by Pendleton Parks & Recreation, you consent to have you or your child’s photograph taken and allow usage of these photographs in future publications by Pendleton Parks and Recscholarships The Parks & Recreation Department has reation. Names will never be included a limited scholarship fund that can assist unless we seek and are granted specific qualifying youths. Call the office at 276- permission. 8100 to find out how to qualify and where waitlist information to obtain an application. When using online registration, you Scholarships are available for eligible may see a zero or negative number in classes and events only. Birthday parties the "open" column of the class. If you choose to continue your registration, the and swim lessons are not eligible. system will place you on a waitlist. No Would you like to help give someone acpayment is taken for placement on a waitcess to recreation activities by donating to list. You will be called or emailed if an the scholarship fund? Please contact Lisa opening becomes available or if additionPatrick at 966-0228. al classes are created. If you fail to reply within 24 hours, the next available person on the waitlist will be notified. Note that volunteers During the year we quite often need help if additional classes are created, they may for special events; both individuals and not be at the same time or day as the origcivic groups are welcome. Please contact inal program. Students on a waitlist are City of Pendleton’s Volunteer Coordina- not guaranteed a space in the program. tor at 541-966-0244. KEY TO SYMBOLS:

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pendleton family aquatic center

HOURS Open for the season on Fr, June 13 Noon to 8 pm daily Last Day, Mo, September 1 DAILY FEES 2 yrs. and under, free with paying adult; 3-17 years, $4.00; 18+, $6.00 LOCATION 1901 SW Carden SEASON PASS RATES

Early Bird (before 6/13) Youth $50 Adult $59 Family $117 Regular Season (after 6/13) Youth $55 Adult $65 Family $130 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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INCLEMENT WEATHER For the safety of our guests, the pool will close if a lightning storm develops. Call the Parks Office, 276-8100, or the pool, 276-1014, before you come if conditions are poor.

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

CLOSES Saturday, 8/30

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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. Mark your calender for July 11-13 and watch our website for dual meet dates that may also affect pool availability.

A Pendleton favorite for 25 years! The wading pool is just the right size for little ones and a great spot for parents to relax a little 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.

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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. Pre-registration: Wednesday, June 4th, 5:00-7:00 pm at the Recreation Center Gym, 510 SW Dorion. *NOTE: RETURNING TO PRIOR LOCATION* Class Registration: After the pre-registration days, registration will continue during public open hours, at the pool, starting June 13. Session 1

June 23rd - July 3rd

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Aqua Tots I: ages 6 mo. to 2 yrs. Aqua Tots II: ages 2 to 3 years NEW Aqua Tots builds swimming readiness by emphasizing fun in the water. Parents and children participate in guided sessions that help children learn elementary skills, including water entry, bubble blowing, front kicking, back floating, underwater exploration and more. Sessions 1 through 4

11:00-11:30 am -or6:00-6:30 pm

Dolphins I: ages 3 to 4 Dolphins II: ages 4 to 5 NEW Students learn to feel comfortable in water and enjoy 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. Sessions 1 through 4

10:00-10:30 am -or10:45-11:15 am

Level I-Intro. to Water Skills 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. Sessions 1 through 4

10:00-10:30 am -or10:45-11:15 am -or6:30-7:00 pm

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,

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supported gliding, retrieving submerged objects. Must pass Dolphins II or Level I to register. Sessions 1 through 4

9:45-10:30 am -or10:45-11:30 am -or6:30-7:15 pm

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

9:45-10:30 am -or10:45-11:30 am -or6:15-7:00 pm

Level IV-Stroke Improvement 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, standing dive. Sessions 1 through 4

9:45-10:30 am -or10:45-11:30 am -or6:15-7:00 pm

Private Lessons Private lessons are customized to each swimmer’s ability and comfort level. Your teacher will develop a lesson plan focused on a specific skill set. Private lessons are available for all levels depending on instructor availability and are four (4) 45-minute long classes.

Private Lessons - Adult 16+ You are never too old to learn how to swim. Contact the Swim Lesson Coordinator to schedule a private session at 541-276-0104.

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aquatic center shuttle bus Bus runs monday, wednesday & friday; beg. Fri. 6/21

Pendleton’s Let ‘Er Bus is sponsored by the City of Pendleton and Elite Taxi. Transportation is FREE but donations are accepted. All ages welcome! 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 11:35 am 11:40 am 11:45 am 11:50 am 11:55 am Noon 12:05 pm 12:10 pm 12:15 pm 4:00 pm

Pick Up/Drop Off Location Washington School May Park SW 2nd & Nye Sherwood School McKay School Fire Station #2 (Southgate) Grecian Heights Park Hawthorne School Arrive at Aquatic Center Leave Aquatic Center to return to locations

Return 4:10 pm 4:15 pm 4:20 pm 4:25 pm 4:30 pm 4:35 pm 4:40 pm 4:45 pm

special events at the pool

aquatic pepsi blast: A FREE fun-filled day at the Pendleton Aquatic Center! In addition to free admission, Pepsi is providing a free drink for everyone and prizes. Bring your family and friends for a great day of fun and games under the sun. Event will be held We., July 16th. Hours: Noon to 8 pm. aquatic movie night: Come enjoy a movie while you swim! We will set up a large screen at the pool on Th., July 17th and again on Sa., August 16th, with an 8:30 pm movie start time. What a great family activity! The movie will be announced at a later date but will be a PG13 or under rating. General admission to pool or pool passes apply. youth activity night: Two fun-filled nights for middle and high school students, Fr.,  July 18th and Fr., August 15th, 8:30-10:30 pm. Aquatic Center staff will lead games, contests and swimming, plus a DJ. Admission is $4.00 and family or individual passes do apply. Registration is not required so just come down for a night of fun! adult dinner night: swim, eat, relax Join us for another exciting, NEW event geared for adults at the Aquatic Center on Sa, August 9th! Come enjoy a BBQ buffet, volleyball, live music, beer, wine, ... oh, and swimming. This could be a date night or a great evening with friends. The facility will close early to allow time to set-up for a 7:30 pm event start, and we’ll finish up at 10:30 pm. Tickets must be purchased in advance; ticket includes meal and admission. Tickets $30 per couple, $20 for individuals; open to adults 21+.

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doggie dip day: Enjoy those last dog days of summer. Bring your wellmannered pooch to the Aquatic Center from 5:00-7:00 pm, Wed., September 3rd, for one last hoorah! The chlorine will be gone, but the water is still available for a variety of pooch-oriented games and activities. Admission is $3.00 per dog. Leashes required; only pets allowed in pool.

aquatic classes & activities 4 on 4 water basketball league

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The Pendleton Aquatic Center is offering a new and exciting league for adults. Games will be played in the shallow end of the 50 meter pool. League will include 8 games. Show up as an individual or a 4-person team. PLACE DATE TIME Pendleton Aquatic Center Th, 7/3-8/21 6:00-7:30 pm Register at the pool by 6/27. deep water aerobics

Ages: 16+

Fee: $35

This non-impact deep water course challenges participants’ muscle strength and cardiovascular endurance while increasing flexibility. Appropriate for individuals who are at a moderate to good fitness level and those comfortable being in deep water. Class meets two times a week for 50 minutes with flotation equipment provided. This class is great for anyone wanting to maintain or improve all components of physical fitness. Space is limited to 12, register online or at the Pendleton Aquatic Center. PLACE DATE TIME Pendleton Session 1: Mo & We, 6/30-7/23 6:00-6:50 pm Aquatic Center Session 2: Mo & We, 7/28-8/20 Register for Session 1 by Mo., 6/23 and Session 2 by Mo., 7/21 Instructor: Blaise Grant shallow water aerobics

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Fee: $35

This low-impact deep water course challenges participants’ muscle strength and cardiovascular endurance while increasing flexibility. Appropriate for individuals who are at a moderate fitness level. Class meets two times a week for 50 minutes with equipment provided. Start your day with fitness at this morning class. Space is limited to 12, register online or at the Pendleton Aquatic Center. PLACE DATE TIME Pendleton Session 1: Mo & We, 6/30-7/23 8:00-8:50 am Aquatic Center Session 2: Mo & We, 7/28-8/20 Register for Session 1 by Mo., 6/23 and Session 2 by Mo., 7/21 Instructor: Blaise Grant KEY TO SYMBOLS:

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aquatic classes & activities extreme water running

Ages: 16+

Fee: $35

Prepare yourself for an ultimate cardiovascular and muscular strengthening workout. This class is an intense water boot camp style course. Workouts will incorporate other skills but mainly focus on running and targeting of the abdominal and oblique muscles. Class meets two times a week for 50 minutes with flotation equipment provided. This class is great for anyone who wants a high intensity workout. Space is limited to 12, register online or at the Pendleton Aquatic Center. PLACE DATE TIME Pendleton Session 1: Mo & We, 6/30-7/23 7:00-7:50 pm Aquatic Center Session 2: Mo & We, 7/28-8/20 Register for Session 1 by Mo., 6/23 and Session 2 by Mo., 7/21 Instructor: Blaise Grant adult stroke development & technique

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This non-competitive exercise class will focus on stroke development and stroke skills assistance. No team or club fees, just a monitored workout. Great for swimmers capable of swimming over 100 meters continuously. Skills include: drill for all of the major strokes, starts and turns, interval training, short and long distance workouts. PLACE DATE TIME Pendleton Aquatic Tu & Th, 7/1-7/24 8:00-8:50 pm Center Register by Tu, 6/24 Instructor: Blaise Grant adult survival swim

Ages: 16+

Fee: $30

This is an adult class that teaches the fundamentals of staying afloat with the goal of increasing personal safety and confidence around water. Learn basic rescue skills and familiarity with pools. PLACE DATE TIME Pendleton Session 1: 5:30 Aquatic We & Th, to 7:30 pm Center 7/9 & 7/10 Session 2: We, & Th, 8/6 & 8/7 Register for Session 1 by Tu., 7/9 and Session 2 by Tu., 8/6 Instructor: Jeff Hamilton

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adult lap swim

Ages: 16+

Fee: $6*

Lap swim is always available during open pool hours. Please inform the lifeguard by the lap area and he/she will keep lanes open for your lap swimming enjoyment. PLACE DATE TIME Pendleton 6/13-9/1 Noon to Aquatic 8:00 pm Center *Regular admission OR season pass

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aquatic classes & activities INSTRUCTOR FOCUS: Blaise Grant Blaise Grant is our Assistant Manager at the Aquatic Center with the Pendleton Parks and Recreation Department. Blaise is also our Lesson Coordinator. along with teaching some of the aquatic classes. After growing up in Pendleton and attending Pendleton High school, he went on to receive his B.A. from Oregon State. He spent a year as a volunteer instructor at his Alma Mater teaching swimming and volleyball courses before returning home to assist with our recreation activities, leagues and other events. If you frequent the Aquatic Center you have probably already seen him around because Blaise is looking forward to his seventh summer with the Pendleton Aquatic Center. He enjoys the opportunity to serve his community with recreation programs for both youth and adults. This self-proclaimed “pool guy� always looks forward to summer and aquatic recreation.

NEW! CPR/AED CLASS ON PG. 12

water safety instructor

Ages: 16+

Fee: $225

The student will learn how to teach swimming and water safety and further develop personal skills in these areas. Successful completion leads to the American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI) certificate. Recommended preparation: student must be at least 16 years-old at the start of course and must pass the precourse written and skills test. PLACE DATE TIME Pendleton Mo thru Su, 7:00Aquatic 6/16-6/21 11:30 Center am. Register by Fr,12/27 Instructor: Jeff Hamilton

lifeguard training

Ages: 16+

Fee: $200

This course is designed to provide lifeguard candidates and lifeguards with the skills and knowledge necessary to keep the patrons of aquatic facilities safe in and around the water. Successful completion will lead to the American Red Cross lifeguard training certificate. Recommended preparation: the student must possess strong swimming skill proficiency and strength. PLACE DATE TIME BMCC Pool Fr thru Su, 5/23-5/25 Fr, 6:00 pm-9:00 pm Sa, 10:00 am-6:00 pm Su, 2:00-7:00 pm Pendleton Aquatic Center Mo thru Th, 6/16-6/19 5:30-9:30 pm Instructor: Jeff Hamilton KEY TO SYMBOLS:

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aquatic classes & activities

CPR & AED For The Professional rescuer

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Learn the skills professional rescuers use to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies. This class includes instruction in rescue breathing, obstructed airway, one and two-person CPR for adult/children/infants, using a bag-valve masks and operating an AED. Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive an American Red Cross CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer certification that is valid for two years. Class size limited to 10. PLACE date time Pendleton Aquatic Session 1: Sa, July 26 2:00 to 7:30 pm Center Session 2: Sa, August 23 Instructor: Jeff Hamilton

youth birthday parties

youth parties

Ages: up to age 12

Fee: $45

The gym is a great place for kids to have some energetic fun with friends and family. Enjoy badminton, dodgeball, volleyball or basketball. Play some ping pong, foosball or pool. Use our equipment for the kids to build obstacle courses. We have a great sound sytem too - bring your CDs or MP3. Choose from three time slots shown below; the extra 15 minutes gives you time to meet with our gym supervisor and get set up for your celebration before guests arrive, allowing for a 2-hour party. We also have a small bouncy house appropriate for 2-3 children at a time (depending on size and energy level) under the age of 6. There is an additional charge of $30 to add this activity to your party. The little ones love it! NEW - Indoor Putt Putt Golf! For an additional $10 we can set up the 12x12 putt putt course in a corner of the gym. Ask for more details. PLACE DATE TIME Rec. Center Sa, thru 6/15 10:15 am-12:30 pm McCune Gym Not available during summer; 12:45 pm-3:00 pm resumes Sa, 9/28 3:15 pm-5:30 pm Please book early as most Saturdays fill quickly - call 966-0228.

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teen birthday parties

Teen Birthday parties

Ages: 13-19

Fee: $55

Let teens plan a fun Saturday evening at the Rec Center. Use our new glow in the dark dodgeballs for a great game of dodgeball, play flashlight tag, tug-of-war, dance contests, volleyball, basketball, foosball, ping pong, pool, or whatever else their imaginations can dream up. Make use of our great sound system - bring your MP3 or favorite CDs. They can have up to 45 guests (please provide one adult chaperone per every 15 guests). PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, McCune Gym Sa, thru 6/15 5:45-8:00 pm The extra 15 minutes gives you time to meet with our gym supervisor and get set up for your celebration before guests arrive, allowing for a 2-hour party. Please book early as most Saturdays fill quickly - call 966-0228.

youth programs alphabetical list w/pg.

# Registration Begins 4/25 All Ages

Self Defense Basics NEW

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Sports For Tykes NEW

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Aquatic Pepsi Blast

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Summer Parks Adventure Camp: Extended Session NEW Summer Parks Adventure Camp Swim Lessons

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Young Einstein Science Camp Activity Night at the Pool

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Art Camp for Li'l Ones

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Art Camp for Youth

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Basketball Camp: Overtime Training NEW Basketball Skills: Overtime Training NEW Cotton Candy Clinic

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Friday Trips

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Golf: Pee Wee & Youth

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Gymnastics

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Hershey's Track Meet

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Kids in the Kitchen

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Kites at Community Park NEW

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Mother Daughter Night

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Pump It Up Cheer Squad

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Ages 14-17 Line Dancing & Swing

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Yoga

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Good Dog Obedience

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Rec Coed Soccer League

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Softball Tournaments

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Softball League

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Sand Volleyball Tournament NEW

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gymnastics A message from the coaches: All levels of gymnastics improve a child’s body, mind and coordination. We, as gymnastics coaches, seek to teach gymnasts to control fear and frustration while working hard to learn new skills and 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. Sessions conclude with a demonstration for family.

Class Locations All classes are held in the lower level of the Pendleton Recreation Center (except those noted at Eastern Oregon Gymnastics Academy or EOGA, 1819 Westgate, Pendleton). Please enter from the Emigrant (south) side of the building, and not through the gymnasium; watch for sign to “Activity Room” on wall. This will help us to avoid distracting other classes in session. WHAT WE’LL BE WORKING on by class Partners In Drills that build strength, flexibility, coordination & patience, obstaPlay cle courses to include the vault, springboard, mini tramp, hoops, balls & bubbles. Forward, log & backward rolls, supported back bends, basic bar drills including hanging, chin ups, toe touches, swinging and beam drills including walking, crawling, kicks, etc. A parent or guardian is required to participate with the child in this class. Tiny Runs, jumps to vault, stick landings, on floor supported back bend Tumblers kick overs, cartwheel drills, rolls, donkey kicks and more, bar drills to include chin/pull ups, toe touches,straddle ups, pull overs, front supports, walking forward, sideways, backward on beam, crawl, some high beam if applicable, also obstacle courses. Parental participation is welcome when necessary. Tumblers Runs, hurdles, squat on vault, stick landings, on floor supported back bend kick overs, cartwheel/head/handstand drills, back handspring drills, rolls, and more, bar drills to include chin/pull ups, toe touches, pull overs, casts back hip circles, dismounts, beam, straddle mounts walks, jumps, kicks and more (on low and high beam) Also obstacle courses. Parental participation no longer needed. Gymnasts & Squat on vault, handspring vault drills, on floor cartwheels, head/ Gymnastics handstands, back & front handsprings/drills, and walkovers, rolls Stars and more, 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. Gymnastics Stars will be perfecting the above elements. Tricksters Squat on vault, handspring vault/drills, on floor cartwheels, side/ front ariels, dive rolls, round-off, back/front handsprings, walkovers standing tucks and more, bar skills to include, cast hip circles, squatons, glides/kips, some high bar work and dismounts, beam mounts and dismounts, cartwheels, handstands, rolls, jumps on low and/or high beam. This class is taught by Samantha Allison in the Eastern Oregon Gymnastics Academy facility.

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gymnastics

class Fees (based on length of class; see class times below) 30 min

$38

45 min.

$43

60 min.

Important Dates To Remember Current students register ALL students register Deadline to register Session begins Session ends

$48

60 min. @ EOGA summer 1

$65

summer 2

no priority enrollment for summer

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NEW! Due to popular demand, we have added Wednesdays to Tot Time! Fun music and lots of play stuff - we provide the environment and you provide the creativity! Drop-in either or both days! Gym Time 7/23: Socks only on gymnastics mats please. basketball, hockWill not meet on select holidays. ey and trampoPLACE DATE TIME line tricks; will meet in the Helen McCune Rec Center, thru see below Gymnasium at the Rec Center. Snack inMcCune Gym 5/21 cluded. Mondays, 10:30-11:30 am Wednesdays, 1:00-2:00 pm Field Games 8/27: football, soccer cotton candy clinc

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The very BASICS of these activities will be introduced in an enviroment where children will interact with others their own age. PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, We, 7/23; 6:30 to McCune reg by Fr, 7:45 pm Gym 7/18 Community We, 8/27; 6:30 to Park, Rotary reg. by Fr, 7:45 pm Shelter 8/22 Instructor: tba

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art camp for li’l ones

Ages: 4-6

Fee: $58 incl. supplies

Come enjoy four days of artistic fun! This introductory camp will teach the foundations of painting and drawing. The instructor works with each student for an individualized experience. The final day of camp will include an art show. This provides a platform for your child’s art achievements to be recognized, thus building confidence and self-esteem in the young artist. Space is limited so sign up early. All supplies included. PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center Mo thru Th, 8:45 to 10:00 am Foundation Rm. 8/18-8/21 Register by Mo, 8/11 Instructor: Julene Brogan

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fruit pizza: Sugar cookie crust, cream cheese frosting and lots of deliciously ripe and colorful fruit make this treat a summertime master piece and a favorite dish to bring to family get-togethers. perfect picnic: We have some great ideas for filling your picnic basket or ice chest with the tastiest creations ever. Come sample a few of these treats and decide what you might take on your next camping trip or family outing. Amaze your family and friends with something they will all love! Parents please accompany your younger children for FREE and have some fun too! All materials, ingredients and recipes included in registration fee. Meets at the Rec Center in the Foundation Room (basement) NEWLY REMODELED kitchen! PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, Foundation Rm. see below 5:30 to 6:30 pm Fruit Pizza: Mo, 7/14, register by Th, 7/10 Picnic: Mo, 8/11, register by Th, 8/7 Instructor: Lisa Patrick kites at community park

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We are bringing back this popular activity - making kites and flying them at Community Park! We’ll have kite kits for children and parents (if needed!) to assemble. The kits are fairly simple and allow you to add your own creative touch. Treats will be served too. So much fun and so much room to let it fly so very high!!! All supplies and treats included. PLACE DATE TIME Community Sa, 7/26 10:00 to Park, Rotary 11:30 am Shelter Register by Tu, 7/15 Instructor: tba

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Come enjoy four days of artistic fun! This art camp will introduce each participant to a variety of painting and drawing techniques. The instructor works with each student to suit his or her skill level and to encourage their own unique artist style. An art show will be held on the final day. The confidence students gain in their creativity will spill over into other aspects of their life and education. Examples of projects may include: canvas paintings, chalk and oil pastels, watercolor paintings, 3-D art and more. Space is limited so sign up early. All supplies are included. PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, Mo thru 10:30 Foundation Rm. Th, 8/18- am to 8/21 1:00 pm Register by Mo, 8/11 Instructor: Jolene Brogan

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The Pendleton City Club, Mid Columbia Bus Company and the Pendleton Parks and Recreation Department will host the 35th Annual Hershey’s Track Meet. Additional support will be provided by PHS Track Team volunteers and Round-Up City Racer parents. Participation is FREE! Just For Fun Meet: Ages 1 through 8; events begin at 9:30 am. The younger age group does not need to register. Participate in as many events as you have time and energy to complete. Softball throw, standing long jump, 25m dash, 50m dash, 100m dash, 200m dash, 400m dash. Ribbons to all participants! Local Qualifier: Ages 9-14: register at the event beginning at 10:30 am. Choose two track and one field or two field and one track event.

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50m dash, 100m dash, 100m dash, 200m dash, 100m dash, 200m dash, 200m dash, 400m dash, 400m dash, 800m run, 4 x 800m run, 1600m run, 4 x 4 x 100m relay, standing 100m relay, standing long 100m relay, standing long long jump, softball throw. jump, softball throw. jump, softball throw. Ribbons to all! A copy of their birth certificate will need to be sent to the state office if your child is a first place finisher in a qualifying event. Please look at the Hershey’s website for further info (ages 9-14) www.hersheystrackandfield.com. Hershey’s state qualifiers will have the opportunity to compete at Hayward Field on the University of Oregon campus, Saturday July 5. PLACE DATE TIME Pendleton High School Track Sa, 6/1 9:30 am - 1:30 pm Ages 1-8: no need to pre-register Ages: 9-14: registration begins at 10:30 am young einstein science camp

Ages: 8-14

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Lots of way cool science experiments! New this year: exploring engineering. Let curiousity drive your young one to discover the many ways “engineering” is present in our everyday lives. Learning was never so much fun! PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, Mo-Th, 9:00 to Foundation 8/1111:00 am Rm. 8/14 Register by Mo, 8/4 Instructor: Kaisa Phillipsa

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Grades 2 thru 6 (in the fall) Fee: $15/week Check out this boredom busting opportunity for children entering 2nd - 6th grades (in the fall), or ages 8-12, to participate in a day-camp setting with six weeks to choose from! Register for one week or all six. If you register for all six weeks in advance, you will receive the sixth week free. If you call the office to register, staff will apply a manual credit during registration. If you choose to register online, you will need to contact the office to request an adjustment. If you register for six weeks and subsequently cancel one week, there will be no refund for the first cancelled week. Refund eligibility begins in the event of a second week’s cancellation. This camp usually ends up with a long waiting list so register right away. Camp will be open from 9 am - 3 pm, Mo- Th, with lunch provided by Sodexo through the Pendleton school lunch program. An afternoon snack will also be provided. Mondays and Wednesdays mornings include active games such as tag, Ollie Ollie Over, frisbee, dodgeball, and kickball or whiffle ball. We will stay cool in the afternoon with quieter craft and science projects in the shade, like making slime, survivor challenges and scavenger hunts, beading and clay creations. Tuesdays have a morning activity and an afternoon trip to the Aquatic Center (please send $4 with your child for admission or a season pass).Thursdays we visit the library and the Helen McCune Gymnasium. Last summer we assigned themes to each week. We elected not to do that this year because it didn’t allow us the flexibility to respond to weather and other events. However, we will have a full calendar of activities so it doesn’t really matter which week you choose! We strive to hire education major college students for our park leaders since campmakes a wonderful practical work experience as they pursue a teaching degree. If they have not already been CPR certified they receive some basic training from Parks and Recreation staff. PLACE DATE TIME Community Park or Mo thru Th, 6/23-7/31 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Pioneer Park Register by We, 6/19; EARLIER recommended as this camp fills up fast!

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2 more weeks of FUN! summer parks adventure camp: extended session

Grades 2-6

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(in the fall) n Did you like this summer’s camp? Enjoy more of the same (including lunch and a snack) for another two weeks. 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. PLACE DATE TIME Pioneer Mo thru Th, 9:00 am to Park 8/4-8/14 3:00 pm Register by Tu, 7/15; limited to first 50 children registered.

self defense basics

Ages 14+

Fee: $12

Class begins with a slide show, involves situational discussion, review of safe behaviors to help avoid dangerous situations, and concludes with some demonstrations and opportunities to learn how to deal with an unavoidable confrontation. While participation in practicing the hands on portion of the class is not required, greater confidence can be gained. This program is delivered by our very own, Tony Nelson, with the Pendleton Police Department. Participation from individuals ages 13 to 99 is encouraged. Parents are required to come learn with children under the age of 16. Parents are encouraged to come learn with their child under the age of 18. All parents accompanying a child do not need to pay the registration fee. Bonus! PLACE DATE TIME Police Dept. Mo, 6:00Training Ctr. 5/19 8:00 pm Register by We, 5/14

friday trip: pendleton skate/movie matinee

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Our first stop will be the Pendleton Movie Theater, where we’ll watch an age appropriate movie. Stay tuned for the title, which will be annouced at a later date. Afterwards, we’ll have lunch at Stillman Park (please send your children with a lunch) before proceeding to Skate City. The kids will receive entry and skate rental with their registration. Please bring money for snacks and additional games at the skating rink if desired (air hockey, video games, etc.). We will be back at the gym at approximately 3:30pm. PLACE DATE TIME Check-in at Rec Center 9:15; depart 9:30 sharp. Fr, 7/11 9:30 am to 3:30 pm Register by Tu, 7/8; limited to first 50 children registered. BRING: lunch and extra money for snacks and games.

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youth/teen activities friday trip: tri-cities mini-golf & trampoline park

Ages 8-13

Fee: $20

We will head to the Tri-Cities and stop for miniature golf at Golf Universe. Please send your child with a lunch or money for lunch at the Golf Universe cafe. After golf and our lunch break we will travel to the trampoline park. The kids receive entry to the trampoline park where we plan jump for an hour. 18 holes of mini golf and one hour at the trampoline park are included with their registration. Complete on-line waiver at www.getairtricities.com. Please print a copy and provide it when checking in your child at the Rec Center on Friday morning. Kids cannot jump if the waiver is not correctly completed. We would hate to have them make the trip with us only to be turned away by the business owners. They will look on-line for all completed waivers. We will return to the gym at approximately 3:30 pm. PLACE DATE TIME Check-in at Rec Center 9:15; depart 9:30 SHARP Fr, 7/18 9:30 am to 3:30 pm Register by Tu, 7/15; limited to first 50 children registered. Bring lunch, snack money and complete online waiver.

NEW FRIDAY TRIPS THIS YEAR! TRAMPOLINE PARK & HERMISTON BOWLING

friday trip: hermiston bowling & park play

Ages 8-13

Fee: $11

We will stop at a local park for a nature hike, some play time and to have lunch (please send your children with a lunch.) Our next stop will be the Hermiston bowling alley. The kids will receive shoe rental and two games with their registration. Please bring money for snacks and additional games if desired (air hockey, video games, etc.). We will be back at the gym at approximately 3:00pm. PLACE DATE TIME Check-in at Rec Center 9:15; depart 9:30 sharp. Fr, 7/25 9:30 am to 3:00 pm Register by Tu, 7/22; limited to first 50 children registered. BRING: lunch and extra money for snacks and games. KEY TO SYMBOLS:

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youth teen activities friday trip: jubilee lake

Ages 8-13

Fee: $9

Once we reach the lake we will have lunch and then split into groups for an easy hike around the lake (bring some tennies), scouting for the perfect fishing hole and swimming around the dock. A certified lifeguard will accompany the group. We have some lifejackets, but bring one if you have one (with your name on it). We will return around 3:00 pm. PLACE DATE TIME Check-in at Rec Center 9:15; depart 9:30 sharp. Fr, 8/1 9:30 am to 3:00 pm Register by Tu, 7/29; limited to first 50 children registered. BRING: lunch, tennis shoes, swim suits, towel, sunscreen, a water bottle, lifejacket, and fishing gear if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like to fish.

pump it up cheer squad

Ages: 7-13

Fee: $45

This is going to be soooo much fun. Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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. September Practices Mo 9/17 Mo 9/22 We 9/24 Mo 9/29 October Practices We 10/1 Mo 10/6-10/27 Game Schedule: TBA* The registration fee includes pom poms and a special cheer shirt. Girls are encouraged to wear coordinating shorts or sweats depending on the weather. Our colors will be kelley green and white in keeping with Pendleton Bucks tradition. Please register no later than Wednesday, 9/15 so we can have our poms and shirts in time for our first game. Please choose a t-shirt size when registering and order large enough to accomodate a long sleeve shirt underneath in case of cool weather. Saturdays in October can vary dramatically and we may cheer at a week night game. PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, McCune Gym Mo & We 6:30-7:30 pm 9/17-10/27 Register by Mo, 9/15 Instructor: Francie Foster

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youth teen activities gamer’s night

Ages: 12-19

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A great way to spend Friday night! Join us at the gym for a FREE organized tournament and other related activities (like dance games) with great leadership to make it fun! Gamer’s Night is always the F second Friday of the month, beginning open gym: teens Ages 13+ Fee: $0 in October and continuing through May. No pre-registration required. Grab some Join us on Fridays (excluding the 2nd Frifriends and plan on a good time. day in May due to Gamer’s Xbox tournaPLACE DATE TIME ment) at the Rec Center. nd Rec Center, 2 Friday 7:00-10:30 PLACE DATE TIME of the pm or until McCune Rec Center, Fridays, on4:00month, competition Gym McCune going 6:00 pm 10/11 thru is done Gym 5/9 Drop-in Drop-in

On a budget? Pick up one of our “cheap & free” summer activity lists at the parks office, which lists everything $15 and less in one easy read. open gym: special needs

All Ages

F Fee: $0

Come inside out of the weather and 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. Volunteers allow us to offer this program free of charge. Join us once a week at the classic Helen McCune Gymnasium in the Pendleton Recreation Center. PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, Sundays, ends Noon to McCune 5/4, starts 1:30 pm Gym again10/5 Drop-in KEY TO SYMBOLS:

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skills for life

Ages: 12-19

F Fee: $0

Partnering with Lost & Found Youth Outreach, the Rec Center will open with gym activities on Thursdays at 3:00 p.m. At 4:00 p.m. the pace will change into a life skills group. Topics will include success at school, cultivating a positive selfimage, helping others, and lots more! PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, see below 3:00-5:00 McCune pm Gym Th, starts 9/5 and meets year-round Call to register, 541-379-0144, or for more information. Does not meet Round-Up week or on holidays.

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Many classes on the adult pages are also suitable for older teens, such as Yoga, Rec Soccer League, Good Dog Obedience, Sand Volleyball, and Line Dancing. So don’t stop reading here!

If you haven’t experienced Coach Garnett’s training sessions you will be impressed! This 8-week youth basketball training program will be held on Sunday evenings at the Pendleton Recreation Center beginning June 22nd. Learn and improve your basketball fundamentals from Whitman Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach and owner of Overtime Training, Stephen Garnett. The program will focus on intense ball handling, fundamentals, and skill development. Each Sunday night workout will be 90 minutes in length. Please register by the grade they will be entering in the fall. PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, Su, 6/22-8/24 see McCune (no session below Gym 7/13) Grades 3-4: 4:00 to 5:30 pm Grades 5-6: 5:30 to 7:00 pm Grades 7-8: 7:00 to 8:30 pm Register by Th, 6/19 golf: Instructor: Stephen Garnett Pee Wee & youth

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Ages 5-7 & 8-14

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Kids will learn the elements of a full swing, the short game, putting rules and golf etiquette. Last session will include a mini “scramble”. Limited number of youth clubs available on loan for class. PLACE DATE TIME Wildhorse Th, 8/7see Resort Golf 8/28 below Course Pee Wee (5-7): 5:15 to 6:00 pm Youth (8-14): 6:30 to 7:30 pm Register by Th, 7/31 Instructor: Clint Ables

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This camp focuses on teaching the fundamentals of the game from the physical aspect as well as the mental. Each drill will be broken down so the student will develop a clear understanding of the exact reasoning behind it. Overtime Training camps are all co-ed and like none you have ever attended. They are physically and mentally challenging, but provide each player with the proper tools to elevate their game. These camps develop individual skills with one-on-one competition or scrimmaging. Intensity of camp will increase with each age group. While two hours may seem lengthy for 3rd and 4th graders Coach Garnett has found repeated success at this age level when keeping the kids BUSY! Coach Stephen Garnett is an Assistant Coach of the Whitman College Men’s Basketball program and owner of Overtime Training. For more info on Stephen, read a brief bio below. We are very excited to have his level of expertise available here locally. PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, McCune Gym Mo, We, Fr, July 21, 23, 25 see below Grades 3-4: 9:30 to 11:30 am Grades 5-6: 12:15 to 2:15 pm Grades 7-8: 2:30-4:30 pm Register by Th, 7/17; limited to 20 athletes per training session

Instructor Focus: Stephen Garnett Stephen played four years at Northern Arizona University (Division I), two years with the Arizona Stars (AAU) and four years of high school basketball. He has coached many different high school and college teams. His philosophy is that Overtime Training is for young people who are MOTIVATED and COMMITTED to become the best basketball player they can be. “Overtime Training will be the hardest, most intense work you have ever put into developing your basketball game...and because of it, you will see a huge improvement in your game.” Jayson, age 11, said, “Stephen is really cool. He’s always encouraging me even if I mess up, and fun to be around. Work outs are hard but he makes me want to work harder. I’ve played basketball for several years, but I didn’t really enjoy it until I started working for Stephen. I was an average player before, but now I am much better.” KEY TO SYMBOLS:

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adult activities dance: east coast swing

Ages: 16+

dance: Line Dancing!

Ages: 16+

Fee: $24/person

Do you like music from these genres: R&B, Motown, 50’s and 60’s rock ’n roll, country western, hip hop, pop, and disco? Great, because line dancing isn’t just for country anymore! Learn beginner and beyond basic line dances for swing, cha cha, waltz, and more! No prior dance experience required. This is a great “date” class and a fun opportunity to gather up some friends and have some out-of-theordinary fun! PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, Tu, 6/17- 6:00 to McCune Gym 7/22 7:00 pm Register by Th, 6/12 Instructor: April Dyntera yoga

Ages: 16+

Fee: $24/person

Learn how to East Coast Swing in just six lessons­- get the beat, get the moves, and have fun! This is a very versatile dance that can be quick and energetic or slow and funky, all done to a wide variety of music genres. Learn the advantages of leading and following while moving to the beat. If you don’t have a partner, don’t let that keep you from learning to dance!! PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, Tu, 6/17- 7:15 to McCune Gym 7/22 8:15 pm Register by Th, 6/12 Instructor: April Dyntera

Fee: $40; drop-in $9/class

The heart of the class is a series of poses that can be vigorous, gentle, or adapted, according to the individual’s needs. Deep stretching and relaxation occur at the end so students leave feeling strengthened, energized and refreshed. No prior knowledge of yoga is needed. Please, only drop-in fees should be paid to the instructor and not monthly registrations. Enter the Foundation Room downstairs between the Rec Center and the Library. PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, Foundation Rm. Tu & Th 5:30-6:45 pm May: 5/6-5/22 August: 8/5-8/21 June: 6/3-6/19 September: 9/16-10/2 July: 7/8-7/24 Instructor: Heaven Doherty YOGA: register online or at the Parks Office prior to the first day of class. After the first day, you can only register at the office or by phone with a credit card.

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adult activities good dog obedience

Ages: 14+

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 in various “stations” throughout the class.

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Good music, new friends, and a classic gymnasium out of the weather; this is a safe and comfy way to get your exercise no matter the time of year. Due to the generous donation of time from some walking volunteers we are now able to offer this program FREE of charge. We will have a few closures during holidays and school breaks when there are special activities in the gym for youth. Your dog must be up to date on vacThat information will be posted as dates cinations. Recommended minimum approach. Start your day off right and get age is three months. walking! The program will take a break in PLACE DATE TIME August and September, then resume on Rec Center, We, 5/28- 7:00-8:00 Monday, 10/6. McCune Gym 7/2 pm PLACE DATE TIME Register by Th, 5/22 Rec Center, Mo-Fr, 8:30 to Instructor: Cynthia Protheroe McCune Gym to 7/31 9:30 am Drop-in

adult paint party

Ages: 18+

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This beginners art class will introduce participants to a variety of fun painting techniques. With step by step instructions, a little effort and some great refreshments, your friends will be calling you Van Gogh in no time! All supplies are included. The $30 registration fee per each night’s activity is due one week prior to the class. PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, “Dreaming Sailboat” Mo, 8/18 6:00 to Foundation Rm. “Drinks and a Good Read” Tu, 8/19 8:30 pm “Botanical Abstract” We, 8/20 Register by Monday prior to each class, 8/11, 8/12 or 8/13 respectively Instructor: Julene Brogan KEY TO SYMBOLS:

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adult sports recreational coed adult soccer league

Ages: 15+

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Learn the game of soccer, meet people, and get some great exercise. Men and women ages fifteen to a hundred plus, register as an individual and be assigned to a team. Teams will be formed with an attempt to create competitive balance based on gender, experience level, and age. Games will be small sided (6 v 6, 8 v 8) depending on the number of registrants. League rules will insure playing time and gender balance. Games will be officiated. League games begin mid-June with team notification and practices beginning several weeks prior to the first scheduled game. League play ends in late July. Teams will play weekday evenings at Grecian Park on Tuesday and/or Thursday evenings with 6:00 or 7:00 pm kick-offs. Practice times will be set by volunteer â&#x20AC;&#x153;coachesâ&#x20AC;?. Start encouraging friends, family and neighbors to sign up as well. Coed league sports have had strong participation in recent years. Sign up and come see all the fun you could be having! PLACE DATE TIME Grecian Heights Park Tu and/or Th, starts in May-ends 7/31 6:00-8:00 pm Register by Mo, 5/12

2013 SOCCER LEAGUE CHAMPS - FC ATOMIC Open Gym - adult

Ages: 16+

Fee: $0

Ease into another work week with a court pounding Sunday evening at the recreation center or work off some stress on Fridays. What a great way to stay in shape! Gym will be closed during Round-Up week and on holidays. PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, Fridays & Saturdays 6:00-8:00 pm McCune Gym Drop-in

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This spring kick-off tournament will be a fun AND entertaining. There will be a couple different innings to add a fun and strategic factor to the games. Be ready to run the bases backwards, use a 16â&#x20AC;? ball and other exciting twists to an already fun tournament. Tournament will be a 5 and 5 format. ASA rules apply. PLACE DATE TIME Community Park Ball Fields Sa, 5/24 (maybe 5/25 if needed) starts 8:00 am Register by Tu, 5/20

coed 2-pitch blast

Ages: 16+

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Register for this midsummer coed softball tournament. Games will be played in Pendletonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Community Park. Open to all Coed softball teams in and out of the area. ASA bat rules apply. Take advantage of the early registration discount! PLACE DATE TIME Community Park Ball Fields Sa & Su, 7/19 & 7/20 starts 7:00 am Register by Fr, 7/11 KEY TO SYMBOLS:

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1. For teams requesting a check from your sponsor, please add a 2% processing fee to the class fee as this is added to every registration. 2. There will be a $2 player fee in additon to the team fee. Individual players will need to register and pay the player fee separately. Softball league adult coed 3-pitch

Ages: 16+

Fee: $160/team

Our adult coed softball is a 5 and 5 team format and ASA based rules. New to this year is the 3-pitch format. This will promote safety and flow of game. For specific league information contact Jeff Hamilton (541) 966-0229. Games will be played at Community Park fields 1 and 2 on Tuesdays nights. Wednesday nights will be added if needed. Season will go 11 weeks. Each team will be given scorebooks and one dozen balls. PLACE DATE TIME Community Tu, starts 6:00 or Park Ball Fields 5/20 7:00 pm Register by We, May 7

softball league adult men’s

Ages: 16+

Fee: $185/team

What a great way to have a company team or get some friends together. Our adult men’s softball has ASA based rules. Games will be played at Community Park fields 1 and 2 on Mondays and/or Thursdays. Season will go 11 weeks. Teams all receive one dozen balls and a scorebook for the season. For specific league information contact Jeff Hamilton (541) 9660229. PLACE DATE TIME Community Mo, starts 6:00 or Park Ball Fields 5/19 7:00 pm Register by We, 5/7

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Ages: 16+

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Give the sand a try! This doubles tournament will be held on Saturday, July 12th (and July 13th if needed). Tournament includes women’s, men’s, and co-ed brackets. Teams will be guaranteed three pool play games to determine seeding for the elimination bracket. Game play will occur throughout the day. This is a ref-your-own tournament; however teams are asked to keep doubles sand rules. PLACE DATE TIME Sundridge Middle School Sa, 7/12 starts 8:00 am Register by We, 7/9

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special events mother daughter night

Ages: 5-14

Fee: $25/couple

This event will be a special opportunity for mother and daughter to enjoy each others company in our cozy Foundation Room at the Rec Center. Some music and a few ice breaker games will get the smiles and laughs started. Once the party is rolling, mothers and daughters will work together to craft “friendship” bracelets for each other to wear. What a great way to be reminded of that special connection with each other on a daily basis! After our wrists are properly adorned, we will dig in at the sundae and banana split bar. Here’s your chance to build the ultimate ice cream treat.A lively game of BINGO will follow, allowing a number of our guests to win some fabulous gifts. Many candid photos will be taken and digital copies will be made available to you following this special evening. PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center, Foundation Fr, 5/9 6:30 to 8:00 pm Room Register by Mo, 5/5 columbia gorge historical tour

Ages: 18+

n Fee: $33

This is yet a new twist to our ever popular tours of the Gorge. Peg Willis, author of a newly published book regarding the construction of the historic highway that runs past the water falls, is a wealth of knowledge. She will share information on the highway, waterfalls, gorge history and all major interesting sites on both sides of the river. Because this is a lot to discover in one day there may be a follow-up trip if enough interest is expressed. Do not miss the skills of our driver, Dave Byrd, hobby photographer. He will be providing some helpful hints on how to get the most out of your camera to capture some of the special sights. So feel free to bring your camera and take advantage of this opportunity as well. We will depart from the Pendleton Recreation Center at 7:00 a.m. and return by dinner time. Bring a lunch or money for a restaurant stop along the way. PLACE DATE TIME Rec Center Sa., 6/21 7:00 am to 6:30 pm Register by Mo, 6/16 Instructor: Peg Willis KEY TO SYMBOLS:

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special events

COMMUNITY-WIDE YARD SALE Aunt Hortense never needs to know!

All Ages

Fee: $25/space

Come take advantage of a holiday weekend and bring your yard sale goods to Roy Raley Park. Spaces will be designated and sold on first-come basis. This is also open to arts and craft vendors or maybe you have something else youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like to feature. Call for details on premium spaces. Pendleton Parks and Recreation will coordinate activities for youths and adults, adding to the fun. More details will follow on flyers! PLACE DATE TIME Roy Raley Park Sa, 7/5 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Register by Th, 7/3, Noon

movie sponsorships available We are looking for sponsors to help support our annual Movies In The Park series. If you want to see your name on the big screen, call Lisa Patrick, 966-0228. movies in the park

Ages: All Ages

Fee: $0

This summer weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll have seven movies, starting Saturday, June 23. Stay tuned for movie titles and please encourage any potential sponsors that you know to invest in this family-friendly event. Movies are FREE! PLACE DATE TIME Community Park Sa, 6/28-8/9 Concession opens at 8:00; movie East begins at dusk See you there!

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program index by month program

Starts

May Yoga Mother Daughter Night Spring Coed Kick-Off Softball Tournament NEW Recreational Coed Adult Soccer League Self Defense Basics NEW Softball League: Adult Men's Softball League: Adult Coed 3-Pitch Lifeguard Training Good Dog Obedience June Hershey's Track Meet Yoga Columbia Gorge Historical Tour NEW Adult Lap Swim Water Safety Instructor Lifeguard Training Dancing: Line Dancing Dancing: East Coast Swing Basketball Skills: Overtime Training NEW Swim Lessons - Session 1 Gymnastics: Summer Session 1 Summer Parks Adventure Camp: Wk 1 CPR & AED for the Professional Rescuer NEW Deep Water Aerobics Shallow Water Aerobics NEW Extreme Water Running Summer Parks Adventure Camp: Wk 2 July Adult Stroke Development & Technique NEW 4 on 4 Water Basketball League Community -Wide Yard Sale NEW Swim Lessons - Session 2 Summer Parks Adventure Camp: Wk 3 Yoga Adult Survival Swim Friday Trip: Pendleton Skate/Movie Matinee Cotton Candy Clinic Sand Volleyball Tournament NEW Kids in the Kitchen Summer Parks Adventure Camp: Wk 4

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Pg. #

5/6 5/9 5/10 5/12 5/19 5/19 5/20 5/23 5/28

28 33 31 30 22 32 32 11 29

6/1 6/3 6/7 6/13 6/16 6/16 6/17 6/17 6/22 6/23 6/23 6/23 6/26 6/30 6/30 6/30 6/30

18 28 33 10 11 11 28 28 26 7 15 19 12 9 9 10 19

7/1 7/3 7/5 7/7 7/7 7/8 7/9 7/11 7/12 7/12 7/14 7/14

10 9 34 7 19 28 10 22 16 32 17 19

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program index by month program

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JULY (cont.) Aquatic Pepsi Blast Aquatic Movie Night Youth Activity Night at the Pool Friday Trip: Tri-Cities Mini-Golf & Trampoline Park NEW Coed 2-Pitch Blast Swim Lessons - Session 3 Summer Parks Adventure Camp: Wk 5 Basketball Camp: Overtime Training NEW Sports For Tykes NEW Friday Trip: Hermiston Bowling & Park Play NEW Kites at Community Park NEW Deep Water Aerobics Shallow Water Aerobics NEW Extreme Water Running Gymnastics: Summer Session 2 Summer Parks Adventure Camp: Wk 6 August Friday Trip: Jubilee Lake Swim Lessons - Session 4 Summer Parks Adventure Camp: Extended Session NEW Yoga Adult Survival Swim Golf: Pee Wee & Youth Adult Dinner Night: Swim, Eat, Relax NEW Kids in the Kitchen Young Einstein Science Camp Youth Activity Night at the Pool Aquatic Movie Night Art Camp for Li'l Ones Art Camp for Youth Adult Paint Party NEW CPR & AED for the Professional Rescuer NEW Sports For Tykes NEW september Doggie Dip Day Yoga Pump It Up Cheer Squad

7/16 7/17 7/18 7/18 7/19 7/21 7/21 7/21 7/23 7/25 7/26 7/28 7/28 7/28 7/28 7/28

8 8 8 23 31 7 19 27 16 23 17 9 9 10 15 19

8/1 8/4 8/4 8/5 8/6 8/7 8/9 8/11 8/11 8/15 8/16 8/18 8/18 8/18 8/23 8/27

24 7 22 28 10 26 8 17 18 8 8 16 17 29 12 16

9/3 9/16 9/17

9 28 24

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other Recreation & leisure resources Organization Contact Phone/Website/Email 4-H & Master Gardeners

Randy

278-5403 extension.oregonstate.edu/umatilla/

A+ Performing Arts

Mariann

377-8086 one-united.com

Blue Mountain Flycasters

check out their Facebook page

Blue Mountain Wildlife

Lynn

278-0215 bluemountainwildlife.org

BMCC Summer HS Volleyball Camp

Dave

278-5910 timberwolvesvolleyball.net

Boy Scouts

Dave

509-525-7578 bmcbsa.org

Buckaroo Youth Football

Shawna

215-2788 buckaroofootball.com

Campfire/Camp Da Kon Ya

Terri

276-6181

Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Museum of Eastern Oregon

Jill

276-1066 cmeo.org

Cub Scouts

http://pack745.scoutlander.com

Eastern Oregon Gymastics

Gary

276-1118 easternoregongymnasticsacademy.net

Flashpoint Paintball

Leon

379-0730 www.flashpointpaintball.com

Foster Grandparents

John

276-4474 fostergrandparen@qwestoffice.net

Girl Scouts

Brandy

667-9696 bgeorge@girlscoutsosw.org

Head Start

564-6878 www.umchs.org

Heritage Station Museum

276-0012 heritagestationmuseum.org

High School Summer Sports Camps

Anita

966-3802 hs.pendleton.k12.or.us

Pendleton Homeschool Assn.

Lindsay Adair

215-2607 phsa97801@yahoo.com

Hunter Education (ODFW)

www.dfw.state.or.us/education/hunter

Junior Jam

Debbie

377-0411 jrjam@oregontrail.net

Kick It Up Kloggers

Laquita

276-8403

Lost & Found Youth Outreach

Danny

276-3987 or check out their Facebook page

Master Swimmers

Tania

310-9102 or contact Pendleton Swim Assn.

MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers)

276-0882 mopspendleton.blogspot.com

Oregon East Symphony

276-0320 oregoneastsymphony.org

Pendleton Bird Club

Aaron

umatbirder@yahoo.com/pendletonbirders.org

Pendleton Center for the Arts

Roberta

278-9201 pendletonarts.org

Pendleton Disc Golf Club

check out their Facebook page/Pendleton DGC

Pendleton Juggling Club

Greg

503-999-5119 pendletonjugglingclub.com

Pendleton Little League

David

276-3700 eteamz.com/pendletonlittleleague

Pendleton On Wheels Cycling Club Pendleton Public Library

pendletononwheels.org Mary

966-0380 pendleton.plinkit.org

Pendleton Round Up

276-2553 pendletonroundup.com

Pendleton Sasquatch Rugby

check out their Facebook page

Pendleton Swim Assn.

www.pendletonswimassociation.org

Pendleton Wrestling Club

check out their Facebook page

Pendleton Youth Basketball Pendleton Youth Soccer Assn.

www.pendletonsports.com Rocky

Whiz Kids Baseball

278-1920 pendletonsports.com 276-6988 Deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Athletic

Check out pendletonsports.com for many additional links to area youth sports.

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grants Wildhorse Foundation - Umbrellas for the Aquatic Center Pendleton Foundation Trust - Rec Center Kitchen Remodel

donors/Sponsors Big John’s Pizza Pendleton Convention Center Pendleton Rotary Club

Hamley’s Steakhouse Pendleton Bottling Club Sundown Grill & BBQ

Major donors & sponsors

partners/volunteers Helix Key Club

PHS National Honor Society

Pendleton Kiwanis Club KEY TO SYMBOLS:

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