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Table of Contents Information............................................... Page 1 Aquatics..................................................Page 2-7 Youth Sports ................................... Page 16-17 Youth Enrichment........................... Page 18-22 Adult Sports .......................................... Page 23 Adult Enrichment ........................... Page 24-25 Special Events ........................................ Page 26 The ARC................................................. Page 29 Adult Education............................... Page 32-33 Hermiston Public Library ................... Page 35 Good Shepherd Hospital Activities & Classes..................... Page 36-38 Facility Rentals ...................................... Page 42 Parks and Recreation Facilities ......... Page 43 Recreation Directory .......................... Page 44 City of Hermiston Parks & Recreation Department 415 S Hwy 395, Hermiston, OR 97838 www.hermiston.or.us

Harkenrider Center / Senior Program

The Hermiston Senior Center Board will be relocating to their new home this fall. This concludes a long and difficult journey for our senior citizens who closed their old center that was located on the Umatilla Fair Grounds. Hermiston has been experiencing significant growth and the need to expand the high school set into motion the relocation of the fair grounds to the new Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center. The City of Hermiston received a $2,000,000 federal grant to fund the new senior center which has been named after former Mayor Frank Harkenrider. Frank was an avid supporter of the senior program and a champion for the City’s effort to build a new home for the seniors. The new center is located on school district property on NE 2nd Street just west of the Library. The building will be completed this spring and the parking lot will be renovated over the summer in anticipation of the grand opening in September. Congratulations Hermiston Seniors on a job well done! Larry Fetter, Director Hermiston Parks and Recreation

WELCOME TO PARKS & RECREATION Get connected… The Hermiston Parks and Recreation Committee has been working hard since 1972 to make Hermiston a healthy, pleasant and vibrant community. The Parks Committee meets the second Thursday of each month, 5:30pm at City Hall and your ideas are welcome. This activity guide is filled with over 200 opportunities to add recreation to your life. Check us out on-line or “like” us on Facebook to be first in line for special offerings and promotions.


SUMMER 2018 Three Easy Ways to Register: Online, walk-in, phone

phone 541-667-5018 • www.hermiston.or.us

Contact Office 415 S Hwy 395, Hermiston, OR 97838 Phone (541) 667-5018 Email parksandrec@hermiston.or.us

Parks and Recreation Committee

Congratulations!

Jean Stahlberg Steven Williams Brad Wayland Lori Davis Ryan Severs Lisa Garcia Jackie Myers Carlisle Harrison Briana Cortaberria

Staff Larry Fetter

Director of Parks and Recreation Gina Wicks Brandon Artz Recreation Supervisor Diana Picard Brian Fricke Municipal Service Worker II Kasia Robbins Ruperto Garcia Municipal Service Worker I

Administrative Assistant Recreation Coordinator Recreation Coordinator

Instructors Wanted

Instructors are essential in our Department’s efforts to meet the lifelong learning and recreational needs of Hermiston citizens. Contact Recreation Supervisor Brandon Artz at BArtz@hermiston.or.us if you’d like to propose or lead a class or program. Hermiston Recreation is always seeking competent instructors in a variety of subjects and disciplines.

Volunteer

We are always looking for volunteers to assist with special events, programs, and parks. If interested in becoming a volunteer, contact the Parks and Recreation office at City Hall.

Registration Options

Go Online: Visit www.hermiston.or.us/parksrec. Click on “Activities and Classes” or “Park Reservations” on the right hand side depending on whether you want to register for a program or reserve a park facility. Create a login I.D. and follow the prompts for registrations and reservations. Walk In: Visit our office where you can complete a program registration, make facility reservations, and pay all in one place. Walk-in customers may pay using cash, check,Visa, Mastercard, and American Express. Phone: We accept Visa, Mastercard, and American Express payments over the phone for any program registration or facility reservation. Save some gas and call us at 541.667.5018 to use the pay by phone option. City of Hermiston

By registering in a Hermiston Parks and Recreation programs, you are making an investment in the health and wellbeing of your family. We work hard to make sure your recreational experience is exceptional and high value. While each program is unique, the following policies are developed to help manage your experience as a participant.

Resident / Non-Resident Rates

Because the programs offered by Hermiston Parks and Recreation rely on local tax payer support, non-resident fees have been instituted to offset the difference. The resident rate applies to participants that live within the Hermiston city limits.

Cancellation Policy

We may be required to cancel programs for reasons beyond our control on rare occasions. Every effort will be given to reschedule an interrupted program as soon as possible. If a program cannot be rescheduled a pro-rated credit may be available to participants in lieu of a refund.

Withdrawal / Refund Policy

We recognize that you may need to withdraw from a program for a variety of reasons. Because our programs are selfsupporting, we rely on registration fees to operate them. If you withdraw from a program 7 days prior to the beginning date, a refund may be issued (less a $10 processing fee). A credit may be issued to participants for withdrawal within 7 days of the first date. Beyond the first day of a program, no refunds will be issued for a program withdrawal.

Photo Policy

Capturing the moment. By attending any Hermiston Parks & Recreation program, you understand that a picture of you or your family may be taken. We use photographs for quality improvement and also in future marketing materials. Names are not published without specific permission granted by a participant.

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• Access to all Aqua Fitness Classes • Access to Fast Pass Check-In Adult Senior (18+) (55+)

• Entrance to all Public Swim hours • Access to Fast Pass Check-In Youth Adult Senior Family (0-17) (18+) (55+)

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*Primary Family of two adults (max) and 4 children. Additional children may be added for $15 each. All children on pass must reside in the same household.

Splash Pass-Unlimited

• Splash Pass • Splash Pass-Fit • 10% off Pool Events (BBQs) •15% off Picnic Shelter Rental •Access to Teen Tuesdays • Access to Fast Pass Check-In Teen (13-17*) Adult (18+) Senior (55+)Family

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*13-15 may participate in Aqua-Fit programs on a case-by-case basis, and must be accompanied by an adult. Aqua Fit privileges can be revoked if Aquatic Center policies are not followed

Swim Lessons

Swim Lesson Prices

Swim Lesson Session Schedule SESSION All Summer 1 2 3 4

DAYS Mon-Thurs Mon-Thurs Mon-Thurs Mon-Thurs Mon-Thurs

DATES June 11th - Aug. 2nd June 11th - June 21st June 25th - July 5th July 9th - July 19th July 23rd - Aug. 2nd

*Swim Lesson sign-ups will be available ONLINE starting April 24th. Registrations online only: www.hermistonrecreation.com

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Private Lesson Prices 1 - 25 Minute Lesson Resident $18 Non-Resident $23

Facility Rentals Full Facility Rental

Morning Facility Rental

Exclusive use of all pools, picnic areas, and fully staffed.

Semi-Private Rental. Use of all pools with designated picnic area. May be shared with 2 other parties. 50 people maximum.Fridays - Sundays

Fridays-Sundays: June 15th - August 17th Time: Cost:

7:15 - 10:15 pm $750 - Resident $900 - Non-Resident

Additional hours may be available **Maximum 200 people** ($.50 each additional person over 200)

Cabana Rental City of Hermiston

2-Wk Session Resident 2-Wk Session Non-Resident All Summer Resident All Summer Non-Resident

Time: Cost:

9:30 - 11:30am $150 Resident $190 Non-Resident

Picnic Shelter Rental Day/Time:

Available Monday-Sunday during Public Swim 2018 Summer Parks & Recreation Guide Cost: Hours. $10 for two hours or $20 for all day use.

Monday - Sunday 1:30 - 3:30 pm 3:45 - 5:45 pm $40 Resident $50 Non-Resident

• Gazebo • Picnic Tables • Pool Entry Fee Required • 2 Hour Rental • 50 Person Maximum 3 • Ask about group rates!


AQUATIC PROGRAM INFORMATION Hermiston Family Aquatics Center

General Information

Lap Swim

Water Aerobics-Low Impact

Water Walking

Water aerobics incorporate the same principles as many aerobic classes and adapts them to the aquatic environment.You do not need to register for Aqua Fitness classes but you do need to have a either a Splash Pass-Fit, Splash Pass-Unlimited, or pay the daily entry rate.

This great workout will be done in the Multi-Use pool. Hydro belts, dumbbells, and more are supplied. A lazy river workout is included.

Water Aerobics-High Intensity

This workout will be done in the multi-use pool and the 50 meter pool. Hydro belts, dumbbells, and more are supplied. A lazy river workout is included.

Lap lanes will be set up for varying swimming speeds. All swimmers must circle swim in appropriate lanes.Your body will really enjoy this great aerobic workout. Kickboards and pool buoys are available during this time.

Water Walking is only in the Lazy River. All abilities are welcome. This is a great low impact workout for anyone. This Lazy River has a current and you are welcome to walk with or against the current. There is no water walking in the 50 meter pool.

Aqua Zumba

Splash your way into shape with an invigorating low-impact aquatic exercise. Known as the Zumba® “pool party,” the Aqua Zumba program gives new meaning to the idea of a refreshing workout. Integrating the Zumba philosophy with traditional aquatic fitness disciplines, Aqua Zumba® blends it all together into workout that’s cardio-conditioning, body-toning, and most of all, exhilarating beyond belief.

To maintain consistency with cost, there will be a $10 processing fee for any swim lesson registration completed by staff.

Group Swim Lessons

Welcome to our Swim Lesson Program. While participating in swimming lessons, you will learn all the necessary swim skills to become a proficient swimmer. Please read carefully as our swim lesson class names have changed this year. When registering your child for multiple sessions of swim lessons, please keep them in the same level for all sessions. For example; if you sign your child up for session 1 at level 1.5 and you would like to also sign them up for session 2 and 3 you would sign up for level 1.5 for session 2 and 3 as well. Aquatic Center staff will make the changes at no charge to you if your child passes the level at any point in the summer, so long as you signed them up for the same level. Please read the descriptions below and choose the appropriate class. Hermiston Parks and Recreation reserves the right to remove a participant from any class if we deem it unsafe for that participant to be in that level. We cannot guarantee there will be an open spot in the appropriate class for the removed participant. Parent Tot I (Ages 0-18 months) This class is for parents to interact with their child in the water. Parents will learn skills to help their child acclimate to an aquatic environment and learn water safety skills. Parent Tot II (Ages 19-36 months) This class is for parents to interact with their child in the water. Parents will learn skills to help their child acclimate to an aquatic environment, learn water safety skills, kicks, glides and how to encourage them to put their head under the water. Level 1–Formerly known as level PRE (2 ft. of water - 25 minutes) This class if for children who are afraid of the water and those who are unable to place their entire head under the water. This class will use games to help children become more comfortable in the water. Students will be introduced to water safety, front and back floats, straight leg kicks, free style arms, glides, and how to put their head under the water. (Must be at least 3 years old) Level 2 – Formerly known as level 1 (2-3 ft. water – 25 minutes) This class is for children who are confident in placing their entire head under the water and who are comfortable when doing assisted front and back floats. Students in this class will continue with basics introduced in level 1: water safety, front and back floats, freestyle arms, glides, and straight leg kicks. Students will also be introduced to front to back rolls, back to front rolls, flutter kicks, side breathing and the use of a kickboard. (Prerequisite: Completion of level 1)

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Level 3 – Formerly known as level 1.5 (3ft of water- 25 minutes) This class is for children who are confident when doing assisted front and back floats, assisted front to back rolls, back to front rolls, and comfortable with the use of a kickboard while side breathing, using freestyle arms, and kicks. This class will continue with the skills taught in level 1 and 2, with a focus on improving the student’s independence while freestyle swimming with the use of a kickboard. Students will be introduced to deeper water for water safety, independent glides, and independent use of the kickboard. (Prerequisite: Completion of level 2) Level 4 – Formerly known as level 2 (4ft of water-25 minutes) This class is for children who are confident and independent while freestyle swimming with the use of a kickboard and with water safety in deeper water. This class will continue with the skills taught in level 2 and 3, with a focus on improving the student’s technique of freestyle swimming, superman glide, and flutter kicks with the use of a kickboard. Additional focus will be on unassisted front to back rolls, back to front rolls and jumping off the diving board. Students will also be introduced to breaststroke legs, freestyle swimming without the use of a kickboard. (Prerequisite: Completion of level 3) Level 5 – Formerly known as level 2.5 (4ft of water- 25 minutes) This class is for children who are confident with freestyle swimming without the use of a kickboard and are ready to build endurance. This class will continue with the skills taught in level 4, with a focus of building endurance in freestyle swimming. Students will be introduced to breaststroke arms, kneeling dives and standing dives. (Prerequisite: Completion of level 4) Level 6 – Formerly known as level 3 (25-minutes) This class is to learn breaststroke without assistance. They will also be working on their freestyle endurance (50 meters). Dolphin kick will be taught along with diving. (Prerequisite: Completion of level 5) Looking for Level 4?: Please see our Jr. Swim Team program on page 5 Diving (25-minutes) This class is designed to teach different types and techniques of diving, (pike dive, tuck dive, etc). They will refine their diving skills off the diving board, the wall, and a starting block. (Prerequisite: Level 5) Snorkeling (25-minutes) This class will prepare your child for a day of snorkeling. Mask, snorkel, and fins will be supplied. (Prerequisite: Level 5)

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PROGRAMS AND EVENTS Hermiston Family Aquatics Center

Teen Tuesdays!

This summer select Tuesday evenings will be for teens only at the Hermiston Family Aquatic Center. No registration required, pay at the door. Day: Tuesdays Dates: July 3rd, July 10th, July 17th, July 24th, July 31st Time: 9:00pm-11:00pm Ages: 13-17 years old Cost: $5 at the door Location: Hermiston Family Aquatic Center

Summer Swim Team

Love to swim? Take your swimming to the next level by joining the summer swim team, also known as the Hermiston Orcas! This is the next step for those who are in the upper levels of the swim lesson program. Being a part of the summer swim team will enhance your swimming strokes, endurance, health, and will build lasting friendships. You can choose to be on the competitive or recreational squad. Competitive swimmers will travel to and compete in several meets in the Tri-Cities area. Recreational swimmers will practice with the team and enhance their skills. T-shirt and swim cap included. Days: Monday-Thursday (some meets on Fridays & Saturdays) Dates: June 11th-August 2nd Times: Mon.-Thur. Competitive: 6:00am-8:00am Recreational: 7:00am-8:00am Ages: Must have completed Level 3 swim lessons. Competitive: Resident: $125, Non-Resident $156 Recreational: Resident $75, Non-Residents $95 Location: Hermiston Family Aquatic Center

Red Cross Lifeguarding Course (25 hours) Are you interested in lifeguarding? Learn how to effectively prevent and respond to water emergencies with the American Red Cross lifeguard training. Our courses are designed to arm you with the skills and knowledge to prepare you for a variety of scenarios in and around the water. With our lifeguard training, you will learn how quick response times and effective preparation are vital to being a lifeguard while also understanding the crucial elements in helping to prevent drownings and injuries. The certification, which includes First Aid, CPR and AED training, is valid for two years upon completion and is accepted nationwide. Dates: Ages: Cost: Space: Prerequisites:

May 1-4 and May 8-11 Students must be at least 15 years old by the last day of class Free Very Limited Must submit a 300 to 500-word essay, answering the following questions: 1) Why are you interested in water safety? 2) What do you hope to learn and/or achieve from the course? 3) How will you use the skills taught? Essay must be submitted to Hermiston Parks and Recreation no later than April 2, 2018. Must pass a pre-course skill swim test. 1)300 Yard Swim.You must be able to swim 300 yards continuously.You may only swim using a breaststroke or freestyle (front crawl) stroke. 2)Tread Water for 2 minutes using only your legs. 3)Timed Event: Swim 20 yards and retrieve a 10 lb. brick from a pool depth of 7-10ft. Return to your starting point and exit the pool. This must be done in 1 minute and 40 seconds.

Stars and Stripes Pool Party

What better way to celebrate our nation’s independence than a pool party with BBQ dinner, LIVE music, games, and swimming! This family friendly event will be one you don’t want to miss. You’ll have the best view of the fireworks in all of Hermiston and easy parking (parking passes are available upon request on a first come basis). Purchase tickets at the Hermiston Family Aquatic Center. Food is catered by Dickies BBQ in Pendleton. Tickets will be on sale until July 3rd or until tickets sell out. Day: Tuesday Dates: July 4th Time: 7:00pm-10:30pm (fireworks at 10:00pm) Cost: 2-14 years $10.00 (Under 2 free) 15+ years $14.00 Location: Hermiston Family Aquatic Center

Jr. Lifeguarding (55 minutes)

Junior Lifeguarding has a strong focus on developing swimming skills to help participants meet the Lifeguarding course prerequisite. The course also introduces participants to lifesaving skills, such as in-water rescues, use of a rescue tube, and first aid, CPR and AED. Participants also have the opportunity to shadow lifeguards in rotation to get a real sense of being on the job. Days: Monday – Thursday Dates: Session 1 – June 11th to July 5th (no class on July 4th) Session 2 – July 9th to August 2nd Times: 9:00am to 9:55am, 11:00am to 11:55am, 7:05pm to 8:00pm Cost: $55.00 – Resident, $69.00 – Non-Resident Ages: 12 – 15 years

Jr. Swim Team (55 minutes)

Junior Swim Team is for those that ready to work on endurance and proficiency in freestyle, breaststroke and other swimming survival strokes. Freestyle and backstroke continue to be taught with concentration on kicking and swimming endurance. This is a great course for anyone who is still not ready to join the swim team but who needs to continue building their swimming skills. Days: Monday – Thursday Dates: Session 1 – June 11th to July 5th (no class on July 4th) Session 2 – July 9th to August 2nd Times: 8:00am to 8:55am, 10:00am to 10:55am 7:05pm to 8:00pm Cost: $55.00 – Resident $69.00 – Non-Resident Prerequisite: Completion of Level 3 swimming lessons

For more information contact Hermiston Family Aquatic Center at 541-289-7665 (POOL) or www.hermistonpool.com City of Hermiston

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OPERATIONAL SCHEDULE Hermiston Family Aquatics Center

AUGUST 13th – AUGUST 25TH 2018 Daily Oprational Schdul Activity

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Sunday

Lap Swim

12:00pm – 1:00pm 7:00pm – 8:00pm

12:00pm – 1:00pm 7:00pm – 8:00pm

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Public Swim Water Walking

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Lifeguards must be present while swimming. An adult must accompany children 9 years old and under at all times. Patrons must shower prior to entering the pool. Swim diapers are required for all children not toilet trained. Appropriate swimming attire required at all times. No thongs, attire cannot be see through, no buttons on slides. Long hair must be restrained at all times. Service animals only. Service animals are not allowed in the pool. Swimmers with open sores, cuts, a communicable disease, diarrhea or that have been vomiting within the last 2 weeks are PROHIBITED from pool use No jumping except in diving approved areas. No diving, except in diving approved areas. No food or drink allowed in the pool or on the pool deck. No running, pushing, or horseplay in pools, on pool deck, locker rooms, showers, or lobby. No back dives, spins, twists, and/or flips except the diving board. No smoking within 10 feet of all entrances, exits, accessibility ramps, windows, and air intake vents. Water walking is only allowed in the lazy river. All floatation devices must be coastguard approved, An adult must be within arms reach of any patron with a flotation device at all times. No open swim activities are allowed during aqua fit or swim lesson times. Exit the pool promptly if directed to exit by any staff at any time. No snorkels or goggles that cover the nose are allowed. No refunds. Stay clear of all pool entrances/exits.

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Camp

Week(s)

Ages

Club Invention

Multiple Dates

1st -6th grade

Dance Camp

June 25 - 28

3-6 years

Discovering the Artist in You

July 23-26

7-14 years

Discovering the Clown in You

June 25 - 29

7 -14 years

Gymnastics Camp

July 9-12

5-13 years

Junior Golf Camp

July 23-27

6-14 years

Kids Activity Yoga

July 10 - August 9

3-7 years

Skyhawks Sports Camps

Multiple Dates

4-12 years

Story Illustration 101

July 9-12

7-14 years

Summer Day Camp

June 13 - August 3

6 - 11 years

USTA Summer Tennis Camps

June 18 - August 17

6 - 14 years

Youth Photo Camp

July 16- 19

6-14 years

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HERMISTON PARKS AND RECREATION

YOUTH SPORTS

SKILL-BASED PROGRAMS Skyhawks Sports Academy provides sports programs where children discover and develop athletic skills and social values, such as teamwork, respect and sportsmanship. We offer children a positive sports experience while promoting a healthy, active lifestyle. (course)

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SKYHAWKS SPRING SPORTS SAMPLER 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

8-12

$39

Victory Square Park

This one day event will give your child a solid introduction into multiple sports in one setting. This is a great opportunity for your child to check out a sport for the first time or learn some new skills associated with a sport they are already familiar with. We will showcase up to 6 different sport specific stations for your child to rotate through during the day. The sport sampler could include basketball, soccer, baseball, volleyball, golf, and flag football. Please send your child with a lunch, snack and water bottle for the full day program and a water bottle and snack for the half day program.

SKYHAWKS SPORTS SAMPLER (SOCCER, GOLF, VOLLEYBALL, FLAG FOOTBALL, BASEBALL & BASKETBALL) *FULL DAY CAMP INCLUDES SUPERVISED OPEN SWIM IN THE AFTERNOON SSA102973

6/18 - 6/22

M-F

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

6-11

$109

Butte Park

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6/18 - 6/22

M-F

9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

6-11

$129

Butte Park

Our multi-sport camp is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. Athletes will learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of the week, your child will walk away with knowledge of multiple sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline.

MINI-HAWK CAMP (SOCCER, BASEBALL & BASKETBALL) SSA102974

7/09 - 7/13

M-F

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

4-7

$109

Butte Park

This multi-sport program gives children a positive first step into athletics. The essentials of each sport are taught in a safe, structured environment with lots of encouragement and a focus on fun. All games and activities are designed to allow campers to explore balance, movement, hand/eye coordination and skill development at their own pace.

BASKETBALL/SOCCER CAMP SSA102974

7/09 - 7/13

M-F

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

4-7

$109

Butte Park

This fun, skill-intensive program is designed for beginning to intermediate athletes. An active week of passing, shooting and dribbling combined with learning the fundamentals of soccer makes this one of our most popular programs. Boys and girls will also learn vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork and responsibility.

MULTI-SPORT CAMP (DODGEBALL, CAPTURE THE FLAG & ULTIMATE FRISBEE) *FULL DAY CAMP INCLUDES SUPERVISED OPEN SWIM IN THE AFTERNOON SSA102974

7/09 - 7/13

M-F

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

4-7

$109

Butte Park

SSA102976*

8/13 - 8/17

M-F

9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

6-11

$129

Butte Park

Our multi-sport camp is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. Athletes will learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of the week, your child will walk away with knowledge of multiple sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline.

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Early Bird Registration

Make sure you don’t miss out on our very popular summer camps, special events, and swim lessons. Online registration for swim lessons and all other summer activities will begin April 24th at 9am (online only). Many summer programs will be discounted 15% until May 4th at 5PM. For those who do not have easy access to the Internet, you will be able to register in person at the Parks and Recreation office at the dates and times listed below. H represents discounted programs when you register early. Days:

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Wednesday, May 2nd, 8am-5pm Thursday, May 3rd, 8am-7pm Friday, May 4th, 8am-5pm Parks and Recreation Office at The Community Center

Summer Swim Team

Love to swim? Take your swimming to the next level by joining the summer swim team, also known as the Hermiston Orcas! This is the next step for those who are in the upper levels of the swim lesson program. Being a part of the summer swim team will enhance your swimming strokes, endurance, health, and will build lasting friendships. You can choose to be on the competitive or recreational squad. Competitive swimmers will travel to and compete in several meets in the Tri-Cities area. Recreational swimmers will practice with the team and enhance their skills. T-shirt and swim cap included. Days: Monday-Thursday (Meets on Friday and/or Saturdays) Dates: June 11th-August 2nd Times: Mon.-Thur. Competitive: 6:00am-8:00am Recreational: 7:00am-8:00am Ages: Must have completed Level 3 swim lessons. Competitive: Resident: $125, Non-Resident $156 Recreational: Resident $75, Non-Residents $95 Location: Hermiston Family Aquatic Center 16

Sponsored by tomscountry.com A triathlon is a swimming, bicycling, and running event. Each triathlete swims first, goes directly to bicycling, and finishes with running. This is a fantastic opportunity for your child to participate in an enjoyable, lowkey, youth event.All participants are winners by finishing the triathlon.The Hermiston Kids Triathlon is a non-competitive event. NO EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY. The kids are divided into waves based on their age. Parents are encouraged to assist with any and all stages as needed. All 7-12 year old participants must be able to: • Swim 50 meters • Bike 1 mile • Run .75 mile All 4-6 year old participants must be able to: • Swim 50 feet (lifejackets are available) • Bike .6 mile (training wheels are allowed) • Run .4 mile Each participant will need to pick up a shirt and a pre-race packet at the Hermiston Family Aquatic Center June 18th to June 22nd during facility hours. Day: Saturday Dates: June 23rd Time: 9:00am Cost: $15 Resident, $18 Non-Resident Ages: 4 years - 12 years Location: Hermiston Family Aquatic Center Sign-up Deadline: June 15th

Skyhawks Sports Camps (NEW) See page 12 for more info!

Introducing Skyhawks Sports Camps! New to the Hermiston area, these camps are a great opportunity to experience a multi-sport camp. Registrations are taken through Skyhawks.com/hermiston. Please see flyer for more info. Camp Options May 19: Sports Sampler (8-12 years old) June 18-22: Sports Sampler Camp July 9-13: Mini-Hawk Camp August 13-17: Multi-Sport Camp

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RecTennis: Summer Tennis Camp

USTA’s RecTennis Summer Tennis Camp is a fun, active place to play tennis and make some friends! USTA-trained instructors use age-appropriate equipment and games to get kids moving. Camps include a rotation of games focused on tennis, movement, and off-court segments including multi-sports, reading, arts and crafts, and more. No previous experience is required and RecTennis provides all equipment, music, and prizes. Just bring sneakers, lunch and water. Register at www.RecTennis.com/hermiston Days: Monday-Friday Dates: June 18th-August 17th (No camp July 4th) Time: 8:00am-12:00pm or 9:00am-10:30am (tennis lesson only) Cost: 4hr option: $95 per week or 1.5hr option: $35 (tennis lesson only)* Ages: 6-14 years Location: Armand Larive MS *15% off early registration until April 30th

RecTennis: Friends & Family Tennis

Dust Devils Youth Baseball Clinic

The Tri-Cities Dust Devils and Lourdes Health Network host an annual Youth Baseball Clinic in order to give children the opportunity to interact with and learn from the San Diego Padres’ stars of tomorrow. All participants will be instructed by Dust Devils players in areas such as hitting, pitching, base running, fielding, and sportsmanship. Participation in the clinic is free with purchase of tickets to that evening’s game through Hermiston Parks and Recreation. Specific day and time of this event has not been announced to the public. Please check with us in late spring for more information. Date: TBD Clinic Time: 4:00pm-6:00pm Game Time: TBD Cost: $7 per ticket Age: Any (recommended 4-14) Location: Gesa Stadium in Tri-Cities

Youth Flag Football

Coed recreational football league dedicated to skill development and child enjoyment. All equipment is provided. The season consists of seven weeks where there will be a forty-five minute practice followed by a forty-five minute game all on Saturdays.Volunteer coaches needed - coach will receive credit of registration fee back to the account of payer upon completion of season = 1 child plays for free! Day: Saturdays Dates: September 8th – October 20th Cost: $35 Resident $44 Non-Resident $20 Jersey (If needed) Ages: 1st through 4th Grade League Location: Theater Sports Park Sign up Deadline: Friday, August 31st

Youth Volleyball

Our strong volleyball program is dedicated to skill development and USTA’s RecTennis Friends & Family Tennis is a place for families and friends enjoyment. Join us for this coed non-competitive league. The season learn to play tennis is a fun, engaging atmosphere. USTA-trained instructors consists of seven weeks where there will be a forty-five minute practice create a high-energy, festive environment, and special low compression followed by a forty-five minute game all on Saturdays. Volunteer coaches balls and racquets make everyone play like a winner. Friends & Family needed - coach will receive credit of registration fee back to the account Tennis begins and ends with the entire group playing together. The main of payer upon completion of season = 1 child plays for free! segment enables participants to play on separate courts by age/skill level. Day: Saturdays No previous experience is required and RecTennis provides all equipment, Dates: September 8th-October 20 music, and prizes. Bring sneakers and water. Cost: $35 Resident Register at www.RecTennis.com/hermiston $44 Non-Resident Days: Tuesdays $20 Jersey (If needed) Dates: June 19th-August 14th Ages: 3rd through 6th Grade League Time: 6:00pm-7:30pm Location: Sandstone Middle School Cost: $25 per night* Sign up Deadline: Friday, August 31st $5 each additional person Ages: Any Location: Armand Larive MS *15% off early registration until April 30th City of Hermiston 2018 Summer Parks & Recreation Guide 17


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Summer Food Service Program

This program is sponsored by the State of Oregon to provide free nutritious meals for communities like ours! Free lunch is provided for any child 18 years of age and under at our feeding sites. Meals are served on a first come first served basis.The City of Hermiston is an equal opportunity employer. Day: Monday –Friday Dates: June 13th – Aug. 3rd (no lunch served July 4th) Cost: FREE Ages: 18 years or younger (children under 5 must be accompanied by an adult) Locations: Sunset Park, Butte Park, Aquatic Center,Victory Square Park

Summer Fun - Day Camp

This popular camp provides all day activities including: Sports, education, arts and crafts, and much more. Breakfast, Lunch and an afternoon snack are included. Friday afternoons will be spent at the Hermiston Family Aquatic Center. Sign-up early. Days: Dates: Times: Cost: Ages: Location: Sign-up Deadline:

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Monday – Friday June 13th - August 3rd (No camp July 4th) 8:00am – 5:00pm $105 Per Week – Resident* $132 Per Week – Non-Resident* 6-11 years Rocky Heights Elementary School One week prior

Kids Activity Yoga

Come and join me for fun yoga and games. Kids yoga classes are fun & energetic, with creative movement, songs, fun props & games. While learning yoga postures, deep breathing & relaxation techniques, together we’ll develop coordination, flexibility, strength & balance, while cultivating creativity, cooperation, kindness, an attitude of gratitude, clear minds & joyful hearts. Spring Break Sampler! Tuesday, March 27th & Thursday, March 29th 9:30am-10:30am Cost per class: $5 Resident/$7 Non-Resident Summer Program: Days: Tuesdays/Thursdays Dates: July 10th - August 9th Times: 9:30am-10:30am Cost per session (10 classes): $45 Resident/$57 Non-Resident Cost per class: $5 Resident/$7 Non-Resident Ages: 3-7 years old Location: Hermiston Community Center

Violin Class

Partnered with: Inland Northwest Musicians Participants will be instructed in playing the violin in a class environment. The class will be a one hour twice a week offering. The class will be under the direction of R. Lee Friese, Music Director and Conductor of Inland Northwest Musicians along with an apprentice instructor Jacoby Merwin. This is an ongoing, year-round class, please contact us for more information Days: Monday and Wednesdays Time: 3:30pm - 4:30pm Location: Hermiston Community Center Cost: $40 resident per monthly session $50 non-resident per monthly session Ages: 10-99 Sign Up Deadline: 1 week prior to monthly session

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Dance Camp H 3 and 4 year old

Hermiston Community Theater Murder Mystery Dinner and Workshops

This new program will take you inside the world of theater. Each week, you will dive into different areas of theater to learn and craft your own techniques from stage presence to character building and improv.Along the way you will audition and prepare to host a Murder Mystery Dinner. This dinner will include acting and audience participation where improv will be the key to a fun and exciting evening. No acting experience necessary. Everyone gets a part! The Murder Mystery Dinner will be held on April 27 at the Hermiston Community Center, catered dinner provided. Week 1: History of Theater Week 2: Projection & Stage Presence Week 3: Character Building Week 4: Emotion/Physicality Week 5: Improv Week 6: Set Building Week 7: Dress Rehearsal Days: Mondays/Wednesdays Dates: March 12 – April 25 Time: 5:30pm-7:30pm Location: Hermiston Community Center Cost: $30 Residents $38 Non-Residents Grades: 7-12 Sign up Deadline: Friday, March 9 (Contact us about late registration)

Youth Archery Class

S S A CL L L U F

This camp is an introduction to very basic dance techniques and performance. The camp focuses on body awareness, self-control, handeye coordination, and rhythmic awareness. Participants will learn a dance routine that will be performed on July 4th at the Stars and Stripes Festival. Days: Monday-Thursday Dates: June 25th-June 28th Times: 3:00pm-3:30pm Ages: 3 to 4 years Cost: $30 – Resident $38 – Non Resident Location: Hermiston Community Center Sign-up deadline: Thursday, June 21st 5 and 6 year old This camp is an introduction to very basic dance techniques and performance. The camp focuses on body awareness, self-control, handeye coordination, and rhythmic awareness. Participants will learn a dance routine and song that will be performed on July 4th at the Stars and Stripes Festival. Days: Monday-Thursday Dates: June 25th-June 28th Times: 3:45pm-4:30pm Ages: 5 to 6 years 11 months Cost: $35 – Resident $44 – Non-Resident Location: Hermiston Community Center Sign-up deadline: Thursday, June 21st

Discovering the Clown in You

Have you ever wanted to discover and express your funny side through clowning? Richard Melendy aka Big Top the Clown, a former Ringling Brothers & Barnum & Bailey Circus Clown will instruct students about the basics of discovering the clown in themselves. Students will learn about clown history, clown character development, pantomime physical comedy, including a pie fight (whipped cream on paper plates), juggling, performing clown skits, creating a clown face and applying clown makeup. Participants will receive a manual on clowning. On the last day of the workshop, students will present a clown show for their family and friends. Please bring towels, wash cloths for the pie fight and makeup session. Days: Monday-Friday Dates: June 25th-June 29th Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm Cost: $50 Residents $63 Non-Residents Ages: 7 years to 14 years Location: Hermiston Community Center Sign Up Deadline: Thursday, June 21st

Interested in learning about archery? Class covers archery safety, basic shooting (target) and (3D), bow hunting basics. All equipment is supplied. Come learn a new sport and have some fun. Class size is limited so sign up early. Days: Tuesdays and Wednesdays Dates: May 1 - May 23 Time: 7:00pm-8:30pm Cost: $30 Resident $38 Non-Resident Ages: 8+ years (8-12 years must be accompanied by an adult) Location: Hermiston Community Center Sign Up Deadline: Friday, April 27th City of Hermiston 2018 Summer Parks & Recreation Guide

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Gymnastics Camp H

Junior Golf Camp

Levels 1 and 2

This introductory camp to tumbling and gymnastics, focuses on improving motor skills and advanced body control. The camp starts with exercises such as: handstands, straddle rolls, front rolls, and back rolls.The camp then progresses to exercises such as cartwheels and splits. Participants will also learn a gymnastics routine that will be performed on the final day.All fitness levels are welcome. All supplies are provided. Days: Monday - Thursday Dates: July 9th-July 12th Times: 1:15pm - 2:45pm Ages: 5-10 years Cost: $40 – Resident $50 – Non-Resident Location: Hermiston Community Center Sign-up deadline: Friday, July 6th Levels 3 and 4 This gymnastics camp is for children that have completed Level 2, and focuses on improving motor skills and advanced body control. The camp starts with exercises such as: One handed cartwheels, front flips, back kickovers, and splits. The camp then progresses to doing the exercises with speed and precision. Participants will also learn a gymnastics routine that will be performed on Thursday. All supplies are provided. Days: Monday - Thursday Dates: July 9th- July 12th Times: 3:00pm - 4:30pm Ages: 6-13 years Cost: $40 – Resident $50 – Non-Resident Location: Hermiston Community Center Sign-up deadline: Friday, July 6th

Youth Photography Camp

Learn the basics of digital photography (composition, lighting, focus points, and basic cropping) from the pros at 60 Minute Photo. Price includes: 2 - 8X10 photos, enlargements and matting. Participants must supply their own digital camera. Days: Monday-Thursday Dates: July 16 - 19 Times: 1:00pm - 3:00pm Cost: $55 - Resident $68 – Non-Resident Ages: 6-14 years Location: 60 Minute Photo Sign up deadline: Thursday, July 12th

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9th Annual Junior Golf Camp hosted by Big River Golf Course. Campers will learn the fundamentals of the golf swing, tips for conquering the mental game, golf etiquette and rules, as well as receiving on course instruction. Camp registration fee also covers participation in the Big River Youth Championship Tournament! Register at Hermiston Parks & Recreation Days: Monday-Thursday, Friday Tournament Dates: July 23rd - 27th Times: 8:30am - 9:30am Cost: $55 Ages: 6-14 Location: Big River Golf Course Sign up Deadline: July 20th

Big River Junior Championship Golf Tournament Sponsored by: Fiesta Foods

Register and attend the Junior Golf Camp to participate in the Big River Junior Championship Golf Tournament. Prizes will be awarded. Participants must complete camp in order to be eligible. Date: Friday, July 27th Times: 8:00am - Shotgun Start Ages: 6-14 Location: Big River Golf Course

Summer Choir

The Hermiston Summer Choir will be open to all community members 14 and older. No audition required; just sign up and sing! Instructor R. Lee Friese. Days: Mondays and Wednesdays Dates: July 16th-August 1st Performance Date: August 5th at 7:00 PM Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Ages: 14 through Adult Cost: $15 Resident $19 Non-Resident Location: Hermiston Community Center Sign-up Deadline: Friday, July 13th

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Story Illustration 101 (NEW)

The workshop starts with the students learning the basic drawing elements of line, form, light and shadow, perspective, compositional design, including working with color. Next, students will write their own creative stories, for which they will draw pictures. Two types of illustration will be presented. At the end of the workshop, students will display their story illustrations for their family and friends. All drawing materials will be supplied. Please bring a snack and water. Instructor: Richard Melendy Days: Monday-Thursday Dates: July 9th-12th Times: Session 1: 9:00am-12:00pm Session 2: 1:00pm-4:00pm Cost: $48 - Resident $60 – Non-Resident Ages: 7-14 years Location: Hermiston Community Center Sign up deadline: Friday, July 6th

Discovering the Artist in YouBeginning/Intermediate Drawing (NEW)

Do you enjoy expressing your creativity through drawing? Students will have fun learning and be inspired about drawing and the world of art. In this one week camp, students will learn the basic elements of drawing; line, form, light and shadow, perspective, and compositional design, as it pertains to their subject matter of interest. Students will bring 2-3 items or photographs that they wish to draw. All art supplies will be provided by the instructor. On the last day of the camp, students will display their work for family and friends. Instructor: Richard Melendy Days: Monday-Thursday Dates: July 23rd-26th Times: Session 1: 9:00am-12:00pm Session 2: 1:00pm-4:00pm Cost: $48 - Resident $60 – Non-Resident Ages: 7-14 years Location: Hermiston Community Center Sign up deadline: Friday, July 20th

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Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt Sponsored by Simmons Agency The Easter Bunny won’t be getting any sleep this Easter.Thousands of filled eggs will be hidden. Each participant will use his/her flashlight to find eggs in the dark. It is advised for parents to stay with their children during the event but let the children gather the eggs. Don’t forget to show up early and bring your basket and flashlight. Day: Friday Dates: March 30th Time: 8:15pm Ages: 10 years and under Cost: Free Location: Butte Park

Kid’s Fishing Derby Sponsored by Tom Denchel Ford Enjoy a day of fishing with the kids. Many trout will be stocked in McNary Ponds for this event. Special fish will be tagged for prizes. All normal fishing regulations are in effect. Bring your own fishing pole and gear; some loaner poles may be available. An adult must accompany all children. Each fish caught must be reeled in by a child 2-11 years old. Day: Saturday Dates: April 14th Times: 10:00am-Noon Cost: Free Ages: 2-11 years Location: McNary Ponds

Club Invention: E.Z. Science

A world-famous science magazine needs the help of children to get the next month’s issue of the magazine on the streets. Children must help E.Z. Science Journal by providing inventive science and mathematical solutions to everyday problems. They must conduct experiments, solve puzzles, and create a game with instructions. Days: Monday-Thursday Dates: June 18th - 21st Time: 10:00am-12:00pm Age: 1st-6th graders Cost: $65 Resident $80 Non-Residents Location: Hermiston Community Center Sign Up Deadline: Wednesday, June 13

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Club Invention: Flight Sight

Participants explore how inventions in flight have made it possible to see the world from different perspectives. They experiment with devices that may help them jump higher, create three-dimensional maps, design and fly huge paper airplanes, and much more! Days: Monday-Thursday Dates: July 23rd - 26th Time: 10:00am-12:00pm Age: 1st-6th graders Cost: $65 Resident $80 Non-Residents Location: Hermiston Community Center Sign Up Deadline: Wednesday, July 18th

Club Invention: Echo & Axon: A Prototyping Adventure

Inspired by the comics of real life inventor superheroes from the National Inventors Hall of Fame, children create solutions to STEM-based challenges including creating alternative energy power source prototypes, chasmcrossers and water filters, and apply mathematics to rescue Echo and Axon. Days: Monday-Thursday Dates: August 13th - 16th Time: 10:00am-12:00pm Age: 1st-6th graders Cost: $65 Resident $80 Non-Residents Location: Hermiston Community Center Sign Up Deadline: Wednesday, August 8th 22

Teen Tuesdays!

This summer select Tuesday evenings will be for teens only at the Hermiston Family Aquatic Center. No registration required, pay at the door. Day: Tuesdays Dates: July 3rd, July 10th, July 17th, July 24th, July 31st Time: 9:00pm-11:00pm Ages: 13-17 years old Cost: $5 at the door Location: Hermiston Family Aquatic Center

Teen Adventure Trips H

Looking for a summer adventure? Join us for fun day trips and activities. Jump at Get Air, Kayak the Columbia, and then hit the pool! Activities will be lined up to have fun each trip and then will end at the Hermiston Aquatic Center for the Teen Tuesday swim. Snack, dinner and admission to activities will be provided. Check back with us for activity dates. Days: Thursday Dates: July 10th, July 24th, July 31st Times: 2:00pm - 11:00pm Cost per trip: $50 - Resident $63 – Non-Resident Ages: 13-16 years Location: Meet at Aquatic Center Sign up deadline: Friday before

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Adult Softball Leagues

Leagues are forming now. Captains must sign all players up on teams. Roster size is limited to 20 players per team. Post season single-elimination tournaments will be included with each 8-week season. Players must be 18, not a High School student and not playing college softball/baseball.. Limited team space so sign up early. Men’s Softball ASA, unlimited home runs, double headers. Day: Tuesdays and Wednesdays Cost: $450 team fee Competitive Coed Softball - This league is for teams that care about winning & losing ASA, 3 home run progressive, single headers. Day: Thursdays and Fridays Costs: $390 team fee Recreational Coed Softball League - This league is purely recreational for teams who want to have fun playing softball ASA, 3 home runs progressive, single headers. Only 2 players allowed on roster from the competitive or men’s league. Day: Thursdays and Fridays Cost: $390 Team Fee All Leagues Dates: May-July Times: 6:00pm, 7:30pm, and 9:00pm Age: 18+ years Location: Theater Sports Park Sign Up Deadline: Friday, May 4th

RecTennis: Friends & Family Tennis (NEW)

USTA’s RecTennis Friends & Family Tennis is a place for families and friends learn to play tennis is a fun, engaging atmosphere. USTA-trained instructors create a high-energy, festive environment, and special low compression balls and racquets make everyone play like a winner. Friends & Family Tennis begins and ends with the entire group playing together. The main segment enables participants to play on separate courts by age/skill level. No previous experience is required and RecTennis provides all equipment, music, and prizes. Bring sneakers and water. Register at www.RecTennis.com/hermiston Days: Tuesdays Dates: June 18th-August 14th Time: 6:00pm-7:30pm Cost: $25 per night* $5 each additional person Ages: Any Location: Armand Larive MS *15% off early registration until April 30th

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Adult Volleyball Leagues

Hermiston Parks and Recreation is offering Adult Coed Competitive and Recreational Volleyball Leagues. Captains must sign up all players. Roster size is limited to 12 players. Postseason single elimination tournaments will be included with each eight-week season. Must be 18, not a High School student and not playing volleyball in college. Limited team space - sign up early 4 on 4 Coed Recreational League This league is purely recreational for teams that want to have fun playing volleyball. 7’11 5/8” nets will be used. No Competitive League Players allowed. 4 on 4 Coed Competitive League For teams that are competitive and care about winning and losing. 7’11 5/8” nets will be used. Day: Sundays Dates: September - December Cost: Team Fee - $150 Ages: 18+ years Location: Hermiston High School Gold Gym Sign up Deadline: Friday August 24th

Adult Flag Football Leagues

Hermiston Parks and Recreation is offering USTFL Adult Flag Football League. This league is 8 on 8 non-contact. Team captains must sign up all players. Roster size is limited to 20 players. Postseason single elimination tournaments will be included with each eight week season. Must be 18, not a High School student and not playing football in college. Limited team space - sign up early Day: Saturdays Dates: September – December Cost: $475 team fee Ages: 18+ years Location: Field by Sunset Elementary Sign up Deadline: Friday, August 24th

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DANCE - Arizona 2-Step

A fun and easy dance NEW to this area. Suited for the small dance floors because the dance stays mostly in one place but loaded with turns and patterns. Learn the simple dance steps, how to lead and how to follow, and what to listen for in the music so you will gain confidence to join in the fun. Songs such as Dance Like Dad Did by Paul Bogart and Harvest Moon by Neil Young are two of my favorites for this dance, though a variety of songs will be used to suit a wide range of dance venues. No prior dance experience is needed and you don’t need a partner to learn. Wear shoes that accommodate turning steps. Instructor: April Dyntera Dates: April 4, 11, 18, 25 Day: Wednesdays Time: 6:15pm-7:15pm Cost: $30 Residents, $38 Non-Residents Location: Hermiston Library Basement Ages: 14 and older* *14-17 must have an adult participating or watching the class.

DANCE - West Coast Swing

A unique dance for that “funky” music we all like that has become the #1 choice in swing dancing. West Coast Swing differs from other swing dances that are circular in appearance because WCS is a slotted dance that relates to the tracks of a train. Song suggestions include The Thrill Is Gone by B.B. King and You Can Leave Your Hat On by Ty Herndon. No prior dance experience is needed and you don’t need a partner to learn. Wear shoes that accommodate turning steps. Instructor: April Dyntera Dates: April 4, 11, 18, 25 Day: Wednesdays Time: 7:30pm-8:30pm Cost: $30 Residents, $38 Non-Residents Location: Hermiston Library Basement Ages: 14 and older* *14-17 must have an adult participating or watching the class.

Spring Photography Workshop: Walla Walla, WA

Take a trip with other photo enthusiasts to capture the elegance of spring in the Walla Walla area. Your trip leader is an experienced photographer and will work with you to adjust camera settings and techniques to help you get off the automatic setting and capture the best spring colors and scenery. Meet at the Hermiston Community Center, dinner and transportation is provided. No experience is necessary. A DSLR camera is required, a tripod might be helpful ut is not required. Dress comfortable and for the weather. Weare shoes for walking on level ground. Instructor: Pat Hart Dates: April 21st Time: 3:00pm-9:00pm Cost: $25 Residents, $32 Non-Residents Location: Meet at City Hall, travel to Walla Walla Ages: 16 and older Sign Up Deadline: Tuesday, April 17th 24

Dog & Puppy Training By Paws Off Obedience

Create an obedient, loving companion through this training class that introduces your dog to basic commands and a behavior foundation. You and your dog learn sit, down, sit stay, down stay commands. The class will include recall, paws off, leave it, wait, place and even the correct way to meet and greet other dogs with using demo dogs first. A Certificate of Completion will be awarded at the last class. Limited class size – register early! Puppies: 0-6 months - must show proof of current vaccinations. Adult Dogs: 6 months and older - must show proof of current vaccinations. Children can participate in the training class but must be supervised by a parent. Instructor: Vionne Tricker Day: Saturdays Date: Session 1: April 7 - May 12 Session 2: June 2 - July 7 Session 3: July 14 - Aug 18 Session 4: Aug 25 - Oct 6 (*No Class Sept 1) Time: Puppy Class: 9:00am-10:00am Adult Class: 10:30am-11:30am Cost: $50 Residents, $63 Non-Residents Ages: 10 and older Location: Highland Hills Elementary Sign Up Deadline: Friday prior to session

Summer Choir

By Inland Northwest Musicians The Hermiston Summer Choir will be open to all community members 14 and older. No audition required; just sign up and sing! Instructor R. Lee Friese. Days: Mondays and Wednesdays Dates: July 16th-August 1st Performance Date: August 5th at 7:00 PM Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Ages: 14 through Adult Cost: $15 Resident $19 Non-Resident Location: Hermiston Community Center Sign-up Deadline: Friday, July 13th

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Sunset Paddle H

Deschutes River Rafting

This is the perfect introduction for beginning kayakers. Get out and enjoy a warm summer night on the waters of the Columbia River. The tour will take you along the banks of the Columbia River and several islands along the way. The trip is approximately 1.5 miles long. Afterwards, enjoy some Dutch-Oven cobbler and ice cream at Hat Rock State Park. Bring your own kayak or use one of ours. Space is limited. Days: Wednesday Date: June 27th Times: 5:30pm –9:00pm Cost: $15 Resident $20 Non-Resident +$10 kayak rental (optional) Ages: 14 and up (14-17 must come with an adult) Location: Meet at the main boat ramp parking lot at Hat Rock State Park. Sign up Deadline: Friday, June 22nd

This is the perfect summer experience for experienced rafters or beginners, adult or child.** This is a full-day trip covering 14 miles of the pristine waters of the Deschutes River near Maupin. Included in the trip is a BBQ lunch, all equipment needed, some of the best whitewater in Oregon, and a small hike to swim through some natural water slides. This is a guided trip through High Desert River Outfitters.

Kayaking Wallowa Lake H Don’t miss out on this full day of adventure and excitement! Meet at Hermiston City Hall in the morning and we’ll take you out to Wallowa Lake for a day of kayaking with some of the most beautiful scenery in Eastern Oregon. Picnic lunch is provided, then we’ll stop for a meal in Joseph before heading back to Hermiston. No experience necessary. Bring your own kayak or rent one of ours. Space is limited. Day: Saturday Date: July 14th Time: 8:00am Cost: $55 Resident $70 Non-Resident +$10 kayak rental (Optional) Ages: 18 and older Location: Meet at Community Center Sign Up Deadline: July 6th City of Hermiston

Transportation from Hermiston is included.* Space is limited so sign up early. Days: Friday Date: August 3rd Times: 7:00am-8:00pm Cost: $80 Resident $100 Non-Resident Ages: 6 years and older** Location: Meet at Community Center Sign up Deadline: Friday, July 20th *Discount available if you plan on driving yourself. **Participants must be at least 50 lbs.

Harvest Moonlight Paddle H Hermiston Parks and Recreation has partnered with the rangers at Hat Rock State Park to offer this unique experience to kayak under the light of a full moon. This trip will paddle around the shores of the Columbia River under the enchanting night sky. Bring a headlamp to help illuminate your way. Glow sticks will help illuminate your kayak.

Included is a bonfire with harvest themed treats. Day: Friday Date: September 7th Time: 6:30PM Cost: $30 Resident $38 Non-Resident +$10 kayak rental (optional). Ages: 14 and up (14-17 must come with an adult). Location: Meet at the main boat ramp parking lot at Hat Rock State Park. Sign Up Deadline: Friday, August 31st 2018 Summer Parks & Recreation Guide 25


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Murder Mystery Dinner - Death of a Hot Sauce Salesman Presented by: Hermiston Community Theater Join us for a night of fun and mystery as we eat, drink and solve a murder. Guests will arrive and be served dinner while watching the murder mystery unfold. Prescott Knight, owner of the Hot Knights Genuine Pepper Sauce empire, discovers on the morning of the annual Knight Family Barbecue that someone is trying to kill him. A family meeting is hastily arranged, and Prescott announces he is changing his will so that the recipe for Hot Knights will pass into the right hands. Hours later, family members find Prescott dead and the recipe stolen. With the help of audience members, who have been given clue packets, Judge Titus A. Drumm slowly unravels this spicy comedy filled with zany characters, outrageous lines, and plenty of hot sauce. Date: Friday, April 27 Time: 6:00pm Location: Hermiston Community Center Cost: $25 single ticket $40 couples Ticket Deadline: April 20

Clean Sweep Spring Cleanup

The sun is coming out and it’s time to clean up the house and yard. The City of Hermiston is making it convenient to get rid of your old aluminum, appliances, car batteries, computers, concrete, paint, yard debris, and much more. Day: Saturday Date: April 14 Time: 8:00am-3:00pm Location: Umatilla Electric Cooperative Parking Lot

Cinco de Mayo Festival

Join us at EOTEC for the annual Cinco de Mayo celebration! Enjoy allday entertainment, music, food, activities, and more. Date: May 3rd-6th Location: EOTEC Festival: Saturday & Sunday 1:00pm-9:00pm Carnival: Thu-Fri 5:00pm-9:00pm, Sat-Sun All Day

Stars and Stripes 4th of July Celebration Our Annual 4th of July Park Celebration, is the largest in Eastern Oregon! This is a family friendly, full-day event. Enjoy live music, local youth performances, great food and merchandise from local vendors, FREE games, FREE bounce houses, FREE balloon animals, FREE face painting (4pm-8pm), Magic shows throughout the day, Bubble Soccer, plus more entertainment, and of course, fireworks! Don’t forget about our Annual Pool Party! (See page 5 for Pool Party details.) Day: Wednesday Date: July 4th Time: 1:00pm-10:30pm (fireworks start at 10:00pm) Cost: FREE Location: Butte Park

Movies in the Park

Sponsored by Advanced Pediatric Dentistry Why watch movies at home when you can join us at the park! Bring blankets, chairs, and snacks for the best view of our oversized inflatable movie screen. Movies are selected based on their ratings and to appeal to different age groups. Please take the time to review online; the movies being shown and decide which movies, if any, are the best fit for your family. Sponsored by the Desert Arts Council Day: Fridays Formerly known as the Hermiston Artwalk, the Eastern Oregon Arts Dates: July 20th, July 27th, August 3rd, August 10th, August 17th Festival hosts many artists from around the region showing and selling Time: Dusk all types of artwork. Come visit Downtown Hermiston to check out the Cost: FREE artists’ displays, music, student art exhibit, food, and much more! Local Ages: All nurseries and master gardeners will have exhibits and workshops. Location: McKenzie Park Day: July 14th, 9am-3pm Movie 7/20 Wonder Cost: FREE Movie 7/27 Honey I Shrunk the Kids Location: Downtown Hermiston Movie 8/3 Lego Ninjago Movie 8/10 Beethoven Movie 8/17 A Wrinkle in Time 26 2018 Summer Parks & Recreation Guide City of Hermiston

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Health Education & Wellness offered by

Good Shepherd Medical Center

• Living Well Classes • Powerful Tools for Caregivers • Chair Yoga—and other Yoga classes • Babysitting Basics • Lunch & Learns • Free Medicare Assistance

The Arc Mission: The Arc advocates to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and protect the rights of individuals with intellectual and The Arc Mission: The Arc advocates to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and developmental disabilities and protect the rights of individuals with intellectual and developmental their families. disabilities and their families.

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March 27th Activity night April 26: 5:30 to6pm 6:30pm Activity Night April 21st Bowl-a-thon fundraiser Check out pages 36-38 for complete listings April 30: Coffee with Cindy 9:30am-11:00am Hermiston The Arc Mission: The Arc advocates to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, protect the rights individuals and developmental May 26th ofActivity Planting ofintellectual the May 31: Nightwith 6pm Memorial Garden disabilities and their families. Inclusion June 13-25: Summer outside TheActivity Arc Program Summer Inclusion June 18: Epilepsy Walk and Recreation Dates/Times/Location TBA Program For more information call Contact The Arc for questions and registration. The Arc 541-567-7615 April 23: Tournament July 24th BowlingActivity night 5:30 to 6:30pm

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Coffee with Cindy 9:30am-11:00am

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Activity Night 6pm

The Desert Arts Council brings the Eastern Oregon Arts Festival to the Hermiston Funfest 2018 from 9 am 3 pm on Saturday, July 14th in downtown Hermiston, Oregon. Artists are invited to enter up to 2 pieces of their work in the show. This year two artist categories will be available: Adult (18 years and over) and Teen (13-17 years) are welcome to show their work. Over $1500 in prizes will be awarded at this juried show. Virtually every medium is accepted, including: Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor, Photography, Pastel, Drawing, Print, Mixed Media, Sculpture, Assemblage, Installation, and fabric. All artwork must be family-friendly. We prefer that the artwork be for sale. For the full Call for Artists, entry forms and fees, visit DesertArtsCouncil.com. City of Hermiston

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June 13-25:

Summer Inclusion Activity Program

June 18:

Epilepsy Walk

Contact The Arc for questions and registration. 215 W. Orchard Ave, Hermiston, OR 97838 541-567-7615 arc@eotnet.net

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Umatilla County Fair

August 7-11, 2018

Fair Concerts on the Wildhorse Main Stage

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Adult Education Opportunities

Parenting Education Classes and Workshops Parenting Education classes are supported by the Oregon Parenting Education Collaborative and funded by the Oregon Community Foundation. Classes are open to all community members. To get more details on these and other classes, visit our website at www.umchs.org, and click on the Parent Education Opportunities logo. You must pre-register for all classes. Please call 541-564-6878 to get more details.

Hermiston: Free Gardening Workshop (free gardening class) Thursdays – March 1st, 8th, 22nd, & 29th 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm Good Shepherd Hospital, Conference Room #7 610 NW 11th Street, Hermiston, Or. Contact: UMCHS/WIC @ 541-564-6878 Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors (free class: parent workshop series) Thursdays – April 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th, May 3th, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st, & June 7th 5:30 – 7:30 pm Hermiston Center for School Readiness 502 W. Standard Ave., Building C, Hermiston, Or. Contact: Mary Lou Gutierrez @ 541-667-6172 Circle of Parents Support Group (free on going meetings) 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month 5:30 – 7:30 pm with dinner 5:30 – 6:30 Hermiston Center for School Readiness 502 W. Standard Ave., Building C, Hermiston, Or. Contact: Jaime Payne @ 541-667-6091 Literacy Learning Picnic (free literacy activities and books) Thursday June 21st, 28th, July 5th, 12th, 19th, & 26th 9:30 – 11:30 Funland Park, Hermiston, Or. Contact: Mary Lou Gutierrez @ 541-667-6172

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Parent Café – School Readiness (free class: getting your child ready for kindergarten) Wednesday – April 18, 2018 5:30 – 7:30 pm Hermiston Center for School Readiness 502 W. Standard Ave., Building C, Hermiston, Or. Contact: Mary Lou Gutierrez @ 541-667-6172

Umatilla Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors (free class: parent workshop series) Thursdays – March 1st, 8th, 15th, 20th, April 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th, May 4th & 10th 6:00 – 8:00 pm McNary Heights Elementary, 120 Columbia, Umatilla, Or. Contact: Jonny Badillo @ 541-922-3482 or Mary Lou Gutierrez @ 541-667-6172 Parent Café – School Readiness (free class: getting your child ready for kindergarten) Tuesday – April 3, 2018 6:00 – 8:00 pm McNary Heights Elementary, 120 Columbia, Umatilla, Or. Contact: Mary Lou Gutierrez @ 541-667-6172

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Adult Education Opportunities Irrigon

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Cooking Matters for Families (free cooking class) Tuesdays – February 13th, 20th, 27th, March 6th, 13th, 20th 5:30 – 7:30 pm AC Houghton Elementary, 1105 N. Main Avenue, Irrigon, Or. Contact: Mary Lou Gutierrez @ 541-667-6172 Parent Café – School Readiness (free class: getting your child ready for kindergarten) Tuesday – May 15, 2018 5:30 – 7:3 pm AC Houghton Elementary, 1105 N. Main Avenue, Irrigon, Or. Contact: Mary Lou Gutierrez @ 541-667-6172 Literacy Learning Picnic (free literacy activities and books) Tuesdays – June 19th, 26th, July 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th 9:30 – 11:30 Irrigon Marina Park, Irrigon, Or. Contact: Mary Lou Gutierrez @ 541-667-6172

Cooking Matters for Families (free cooking class) Mondays – April 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th, May 7th, & 14th 5:30 – 7:30 pm Windy River Elementary, 500 Tatone Street, Boardman, Or. Contact: Mary Lou Gutierrez @ 541-667-6172 Literacy Learning Picnic (free literacy activities and books) Wednesday – February 7th, 14th, 21st, 27th, March7th, & 14th 5:00 0 7:00 pm Sam Boardman Elementary, 301 Wilson Lane, Boardman, Or. Contact: Ana Pineyro @ 541-256-0514 Parent Café – School Readiness (free class: getting your child ready for kindergarten) Wednesday – April 4, 2018 5:30 – 7:3 pm Sam Boardman Elementary, 301 Wilson Lane, Boardman, Or. Contact: Mary Lou Gutierrez @ 541-667-6172

Pendleton My Plate for My Family Thursday – May 31st, June 7th, 14th, & 21st 5:30 – 7:30 pm Pendleton Early Learning Center, 1800 N.W. Carden Ave., Pendleton, Or. Contact: WIC 541-966-3354

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Hydromania is a fun-filled summer science camp for students who have just completed the 4th and 5th grade that is focused on science, water, our environment and energy. This exciting camp includes hands-on experiments, activities, field trips, and interaction with other students, making it an unforgettable experience. Applications Now Available!

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Hermiston Public Library Ongoing programs

Hermiston Public library likes to offer infant, toddler, pre-school, school age, teen, and family programs. With the help of our community we are able to offer these programs at no charge. Changes, additions, or cancellations will be announced on the library’s web calendar that can be accessed from www.hermistonlibrary.us.

Ongoing Programs The library’s Teen Advisory Council and Teen Book Club meet the second Monday of every month during the school year. Teens help plan events, enjoy snacks, and meet other local teens. We also provide teens with a special monthly event that can be anything from trivia challenges to rolling a cabbage across the room with your head to win a prize! Teens from the advisory council are encouraged to choose library materials for purchase that they feel appeal to local teens of our community. All teens in grades 6-12 are welcome to attend. Yarn Club is open to all and meets every Thursday at 5:30 p.m. and every Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Photography Club: Meet the second Tuesday of each month at 5:30, please call ahead sometimes they schedule a photo walk. Bookminders, our adult book club, meets on the second Wednesday of the month at the Pheasant Restaurant at 1:30 a.m. Writers Group: Meets the fourth Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. This group is geared for ages 18 and up. Friends of the Library: Hermiston Public Library has an active friends group. If you are interested in more information about what they do for the library or how you can become a member call or stop by the library anytime. You are also welcome to attend their quarterly 6:00 p.m. meeting held at the library every third Wednesday of February, May, August, and November. Baby & Me is held every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. Entrance is through the back of the library. Take either the stairs or the elevator. This wonderful program is aimed for infants from birth to 18 months. We invite you to come and have a fun time with your child and meet other parents. City of Hermiston

Learn & Play is for 19 months to ages up to 4 years old.This program is designed to engage children and get them excited about music, improve their fine and gross motor skills through movement, and spark their creativity while supporting early literacy development. This program is held at the same time and day as the Baby & Me program. Story times are held at the library at 11:15 a.m. on Wednesdays and repeated on Fridays at 10:15 a.m. Story time includes reading books, doing finger plays, and completing a short craft. Each week there is a different theme. Each month we provide different Monthly Reading Challenges. Please check our library website, or Facebook to see what the current monthly challenge is. Adult, children and teen programs are scheduled throughout the year. Check our web site for details at www.hermistonlibrary or call us at 541 567 2882

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Good Shepherd Medical Center Activities and Classes Classes & Events Living Well With Chronic Conditions Diagnosed with a chronic condition such as high blood pressure, heart disease, arthritis, depression, or another long-term health condition? Make a step-by-step plan to improve your health…and your life. Six FREE weekly classes, for patients, caregivers/support person or both. Pre-registration required. Dates: Tuesdays, May 1 thru Jun 5 Times: 2:30-5:00pm Place: Good Shepherd Medical Office Plaza, meeting room 1 (downstairs) Info: Call class facilitator, Helena Wolfe at 541561-5443 Pre-register: Call 541-667-3509

Living Well with Diabetes Whether this is a new diagnosis or not, this class will assist you with learning more about diabetes and its effect on your mind and body. Six FREE weekly classes. Attend alone or with support person. Dates: Thursdays, Jun 14 thru Jul 19 Times: 6:00-8:30pm Place: Good Shepherd Medical Office Plaza, meeting room 1 (downstairs) Info: Call class facilitator, Helena Wolfe at 541561-5443 Pre-register: Call 541-667-3509

Living Well with Chronic Pain If you are living with chronic pain (not associated with cancer), attend this workshop to learn about tools for dealing with fatigue and sleep, balancing activity and rest, communicating about your pain, and more. Six FREE weekly sessions; attend alone or with support person. Dates: Tuesdays, Jul 17 thru Aug 21 Times: 2:30-5:00pm Place: Good Shepherd Medical Office Plaza, meeting room 1 (downstairs) Info: Contact facilitator Helena Wolfe at 541561-5443 Pre-register: Call the Education Dept at 541667-3509

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Classes & Events

Classes & Events

Powerful Tools for Caregivers

Diabetes Education Classes

Helping care for a loved one in declining health? Come and learn effective ways to reduce stress, communicate with family and health care professionals, reduce guilt and anger, make tough decisions and set goals for self care. Six FREE weekly sessions. Dates: Wednesdays, Jul 11 thru Aug 15 Times: 3:00-4:30pm Place: Good Shepherd Medical Office Plaza, meeting room 1 (downstairs) Info: Contact facilitator Helena Wolfe at 541561-5443 Register: Must pre-register. Call the GS Education Dept at 541-667-3509

Whether you’ve just been diagnosed or have had diabetes for years, diabetes selfmanagement education classes will help you learn to manage your diabetes and enjoy a healthy lifestyle. Topics include: nutrition, physical activity, monitoring your blood sugar, medications and much more! Classes are offered in a group or individual format. Date/Times: Mon-Fri – call to schedule your appointment Place: Diabetes and Nutrition Center Info: Call 541-667-3517

Lunch & Learns Join us for these FREE, informative and popular lunch & learn series covering various topics focusing on healthy living. Bring your lunch and your questions! Date/Topic: Call for specific topics, dates and location Times: 12:00-1:00pm Place: GSMC conference rooms Info: Please call 541-667-3509

Babysitting Basics 101 For babysitters ages 10-15. Learn childcare techniques, children’s developmental stages and what to expect, basic first aid and infant and child CPR. Choose any one of the following classes: Dates: Saturdays: Apr 7, May 5, Jun 2, Jul 7, Aug 4, Sep 8 Times: 9:00am-3:00pm Place: GSMC Conference Center 1 Fees: $40, includes lunch & all class materials Pre-register: Call 541-667-3509. Must preregister & pre-pay.

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ACT- Achieve, Conquer, Thrive Program This 6 month lifestyle change program will help you achieve your health goals! Registered Dietitian Nutritionists will help you will learn how to make healthy food and activity choices each and every day. Program includes 8 weekly group classes, individual appointments for 2-3 months and a follow-up group class. Dates: New classes start Apr 2, Jul 2 or Sep 10 Times: 5:30 pm Fees: $116, thanks to a grant from Good Shepherd covering 90% of costs (Total program value $980). Payment plans available. Info: Diabetes and Nutrition Center @ 541667-3517

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Good Shepherd Medical Center Activities and Classes Classes & Events

Classes & Events

Exercise

FREE Help with Medicare

ConneXions

Chair Yoga

The Hermiston SHIBA (Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance) Office has certified volunteers to help with Medicare questions. FREE service is available to people with Medicare, (or eligible for Medicare) and their families, and caregivers. One on One Consultations: Location: SHIBA office located in the Good Shepherd Medical Group lobby area Info: Call 541-667-3507 to schedule an appointment with a certified SHIBA volunteer

Do you need help with medical needs, healthcare coverage, accessing community resources, education on health concerns, addiction or behavioral health concerns? ConneXions is a FREE, confidential service to assist you. Call 541-667-3504 or email healthreferral@gshealth.org to contact a community health worker to assist you.

One of the gentlest forms of yoga available! Participants can experience the many benefits of yoga without having to get up or down from the floor. Benefits include increased balance, strength, flexibility, range of motion, and stress reduction Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays Times: 3:00-4:00pm Place: Good Shepherd Wellness Center (behind the hospital) Info/Register: Register with instructor, Gina Williams: 541-567-2185

Safe Communities

Tai Chi

FREE monthly meetings to work on safety strategies for our communities such as stopping drug & alcohol addiction, child abuse, domestic violence, bullying, traffic related or other safety related concerns. Let’s make safety a priority in our communities and put planning into action! Dates: Second Wednesday of every month Times: 12:00-1:00pm (lunch provided) Location: GSMC Conference Center 2 Info/RSVP: Call 541-667-3509 to RSVP or for additional information

Moving for Better Balance: FREE classes to work on balance, strengthen muscles, improve posture and core strength and reduce stress-program can be modified for all abilities. 12 weekly sessions. Class size limited to 15 and class is closed to new participants after week 3. Dates: Mondays & Wednesdays, thru May 23 Times: 9:00 – 9:45am Place: GSMC Wellness Center (behind the hospital) Instructor/Register: Register with instructor, Lynda Carraher, 541-9224203

Senior Health Committee Working on health, safety and resources for seniors in our area. If you have a special interest in working on senior health concerns, please join us! Dates: Second Monday of each month Times: 11:30am-12:30pm Place: GSMC Conference room 2 Info: Call 541-667-3507

Quit Tobacco Help

Exercise Yoga Learn easy yoga postures; working on better breathing techniques and strengthening your muscles in these FREE classes. Wear comfy clothes. Dates/Times: Mondays and Wednesdays, 10am Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4pm Fridays, 10am Saturdays, 10am Place: GSMC Wellness Center (behind the hospital) Instructor: Gina Williams Info/Register: Register with instructor: (541) 567-2185

Contact our tobacco cessation specialists to schedule your free consultation to tailor an approach to give you the best chance of success to quit tobacco. Call 541-667-3509 to schedule an appointment.

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Bellydance Basics Work on balance, joint mobility, flexibility, and strength. Fun class for all sizes, shapes, and ages! Class is $12 the first Friday of each month (pay instructor directly). Days/Times: Friday, 6:30-8:00pm Place: GSMC Wellness Center Instructor/Register: Register with instructor: Sahara Christine Sabri (541571-7532)

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Good Shepherd Medical Center Activities and Classes CPR & First Aid

CPR & First Aid

Support Groups

Life Saving Techniques

Red Cross Blood Drives

Breast Cancer Support

CPR and First Aid classes taught according to American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines. Call 541-667-3509 for info. Pre-register and pre-payment required.

American Red Cross Blood Drives are held 3rd Monday of each month. Dates: Apr 16, May 21, Jun 18, Jul 16, Aug 20 Times: 12:00-6:00pm Place: GSMC Conference Rooms 1 & 2 Info/Appt: To schedule an appointment call 1-800-733-2767

For support and information about upcoming events and meetings, please call Shari at (541) 561-7407 or Dian at (541) 561-4302.

CPR / AED Includes adult, child, infant CPR and AED instruction. CPR/AED take home manual provided for each participant. Dates: Apr 6, May 4, Jun 1, Jul 6, Aug 3, Sep 7 Times: 9:00am-1:30pm Place: Good Shepherd conference rooms Fee: $45 (includes take home manual)

First Aid Class Covers basic techniques to provide assistance. First Aid take home manual provided for each participant. Dates: Apr 9, May 7, Jun 11, Jul 9, Aug 13 Times: 6:00-9:00pm Place: Good Shepherd conference rooms Fee: $50 (include take home manual)

If you would like additional information about Good Shepherd’s classes, call 541-667-3509 or email healthinfo@ gshealth.org

Grief Share A FREE Faith-Based grief program . Meetings are 1pm every Thursday at Sun Terrace (1550 NW 11th Street). Call Ter: 541-667-3543 or 509-301-2520

Alzheimer’s Support Group Date: Meets on the 4th Monday of each month Time: 5:30-7:00pm Place: GS Medical Office Plaza (620 NW 11th) Info: Call 541-667-3509

Hope for Healing Support Group Free, ongoing bereavement support group dealing with loss and grief issues. Dates: Every Tuesday Times: 6:00-7:30pm Place: Broun Building (645 W. Orchard, Suite 500) Info: Call at Hospice: 541-667-3543 or Ter at 509-301-2520

CPR / AED & First Aid Combo Includes adult, infant and child CPR, AED instruction and first aid basic techniques for providing assistance. A CPR/AED/First Aid take home manual provided for each participant. Dates: Apr 20, May 18, Jun 15, Jul 20, Aug 17 Times: 9:00am-5:00pm Place: Good Shepherd conference rooms Fee: $95 (includes take home manual)

Healthcare Provider (HCP) CPR Adult, child & infant CPR and AED instruction. Includes a HCP CPR take home manual for each participant. Dates: Apr 13, Apr 27, May 11, May 25, Jun 8, Jun 22, Jul 13, Jul 27, Aug 10, Aug 24 Times: 9:00am-2:00pm Fee: $55 (includes take home manual) 38

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Saturday, April 21st 8:00 AM River Front Park 300 SW 23rd Street Hermiston, OR

For Information: 541.667.3050 Registration:

http://stepstosuccess.itsyourrace.com Family-Friendly event! Proceeds to support the American Youth Soccer Organization for children in need of scholarship and equipment. Receive a FREE bottle water, healthy snack and lunch, along with prizes and awards.

Event Schedule: 5k & 10k adult runners at 8:00 am, walkers and children for one mile at 8:30 am Registration: $10.00 without shirt. $20.00 with shirt.

AYSO registration is coming soon! Come join the biggest soccer club in the world! E EV

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Everyone Plays Balanced Teams Open Registration Positive Coaching Good Sportsmanship Player Development

Registration Dates: Thurs May 3rd 6-9pm Thurs May 17 6-9pm Sat May 26th 10am-2pm Thurs June 14th 6-9pm regular price Sat June 23rd 10am-2pm last chance price Registration at Rocky Heights Elementary Registration Costs: Early bird registration is $65, after June 1st $75, final registration is $85 $5 multiple player discount U-5 and VIP cost is $40 Visit our Website at: www.ayso887.org

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:

We are in need of volunteers – especially coaches, referees and board members. Free training and equipment provided. Please visit www.AYSO.org to apply and visit our volunteer table at registration.

email contact www.regionalcomish@gmail

Follow us on Facebook “Columbia United Soccer” for up-to-date information now and throughout the season

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Ambassadors Soccer Camp July 17-21, 2018 Small, We do it ALL r o g ! Bi Your Go-To Guys for ALL Your Powder Coating Needs!

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541-567-8441

ACT: Achieve, Conquer, Thrive Program This 6 month lifestyle change program will help you achieve your health goals! Registered Dietitian Nutritionists will help you will learn how to make healthy food and activity choices each and every day. Program includes 8 weekly group classes, individual appointments for 2-3 months and a follow-up group class.

Dates: Times: Fees:

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(541) 567-2542

Hours: 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. • Monday - Friday

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2018 FACILITY RENTALS Visit us online at www.hermiston.or.us/parksrec

Picnic Shelters Rental No Refunds Beginning January 1, 2018, shelters can be reserved from April 1 through October 31 for the following fees: $40 - Resident SESSIONS $50 - Non-resident Early Late $10 per extra table 8am-2pm 3pm-9pm

Butte Park - Picnic Shelter - Soccer Fields - Funland - 8 Tables - Electricity - Restroom - Sprayground

McKenzie Park - Picnic Shelter - Playground - BBQ Shack - 8 Tables - Electricity - Restroom

Event-tent rental Athletic Lights

78’x40’ $100 for 4 hours (city parks only) $25 per hour (2 hour minimum)

Victory Sq. Park - Picnic Shelter - Playground - Volleyball - 8 Tables - Electricity - Restroom

Hodge Park - Picnic Shelter - Playground - Volleyball - 8 Tables - Electricity - Restroom

Personalized Park Benches

A great way to memorialize family and friends Call Park & Recreation for details 541-667-5018 42

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Sunshine Dr

PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES

Geer Ext

Jeppeson Ln

Punkin Center Rd

17 Hermiston Desert Disc Golf Course 18 Harkenrider Senior Center Park Rules City Code 93.04 Geer Rd

Theater Ln

• Park Hours are Sunrise to Midnight unless otherwise posted

15

395

Harper Rd

• No acohol or controlled substances

NE 20th St Ridgeway Ave

Christy

NE 2nd St

Highland Ave

Main St

Main St

7

Newport Ave

SE 7th St

6

10 SE 6th St

2

1

Newport Ave

9

SE 5th St

SW 7th St

SW 9th St

8 Hinkle Rd

SW 10th St

12

Ridgeway Ave

Main St

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Orchard Ave

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Gladys Ave

Hurlburt Ave

16

Orchard Ave

Butter Creek Rd

• No unathorized commercial activities

Hermiston Ave

SW 13th Pl

• No excessive noises that disturb others

18

Ridgeway Ave

• No damaging or defacing public property • All trash must be placed in approved containers

Katherine Ave

SE 9th St

Butte Dr

• No overnight parking or camping

13 Standard Ave

NE 4th St

Linda Ave

14

NE 3rd St

4

• Pets on leash only, clean up after pets, No horses

11

SE 3rd St

11

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NW 11th St

• No fires, fireworks and firearms

Elm Ave

Elm Ave

17

NW 7th St

• No motorized vehicles

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RECREATION DIRECTORY ACTIVITIES/SERVICES

ORGANIZATIONS

E-MAIL/WEB/ADDRESS

CONTACT NUMBER

Art Classes

City Of Hermiston

www.hermistonrecreation.com

541-667-5018

Adult Basketball

City Of Hermiston

www.hermistonrecreation.com

541-667-5018

Adult Flag Football

City Of Hermiston

www.hermistonrecreation.com

541-667-5018

Adult Softball

City Of Hermiston

www.hermistonrecreation.com

541-667-5018

Youth Basketball

City Of Hermiston

www.hermistonrecreation.com

541-667-5018

Youth Flag Football

City Of Hermiston

www.hermistonrecreation.com

541-667-5018

Dance/Gymnastics

City Of Hermiston

www.hermistonrecreation.com

541-667-5018 541-667-5018

Youth Golf Program

City Of Hermiston

www.hermistonrecreation.com

Special Services

The Arc of Umatilla County

www.thearcumatilla.org Michele/kietzke@eontnet.net 541-567-7615

Classes/Programs

Hermiston Public Library

www.hermistonlibrary.us

Adult Soccer

Men’s Latino League

Adults Soccer

Women’s League

gardoval1126102720@hotmail.com

541-567-2882 541-701-1614

Youth Soccer

Hermiston AYSO

www.hermistonayso.org

541-701-6959/541-571-6577

Girl Scouts of America

www.girlscoutsosw.org

abower@girlscoutsosw.org

541-389-8146

Boys Scouts of America

Blue Mountain Council

www.scouting.org

509-735-7306

Basketball

AAU/HYBA

www.hermistonbasketballclub.org

541-561-5324

Grid Tackle Football

Grid Kids Program

jgutierrezx31978@gmail.com

541-314-5399

Youth Baseball

Hermiston Little League

www.hermistonlittleleague.com Kevin.Moore@hermistonsd.org

Baseball

Hermiston American Legion

Youth Lacrosse

Hermiston Youth Lacrosse

541-667-6115

Dance

Dance Unlimited

www.facebook.com/Dance-Unlimited-Hermiston 541-567-4020

Dance/Gymnastics

Totally Kids Performing Art/Gym

www.totallykidsllc.weebly.com

541-848-0157

Music Group

Inland NW Musicians

inwm@machmedia.net

541-289-4676

541-571-2502

Archery

NE Bowhunters

www.northeastbowhunter.org

541-571-4055

Hunter Safety Class

Oregon Fish & Wildlife

dmock21@charter.net

541-561-6654

Community Services

Capeco

www.capeco-works.org

541-567-7889

Umatilla-Morrow Head Start

Child Care, Classes, WIC

ccrr@umchs.org

541-567-6878

Wellness Activities

Good Shepherd Medical

www.gshealth.org

541-667-3509

Golf

Echo Hills Golf Course

www.echohillsgolfcourse.com

541-376-8244

Golf

Big River Golf Course

www.golfbigriver.com

541-922-3006

Bowling

Hermiston Desert Lanes

www.bowldesertlanes.com

541-567-6364

trucareprc.com

541-567-2393

Outreach Support Services

Pregnancy Care Services

Support Service Group

EO Down Syndrome Support Group joypowers9@aol.com

541-720-7880

Youth Track Program

Little Hurricanes

Emilee.Strot@hermiston.k12.or.us

541-667-6115

Special Olympics

Special Olympics

www.soor.org

Home Schooled Groups

Homeschool Groups

amber.powell317@gmail.com / thebryanthomestead@gmail.com

Wrestling

Kids Wrestling Program

www.facebook.com/Hermiston-Wrestling / jsrg3132@hotmail.com

541-969-0677

Tae Kwon Do

E.O. Family Tae Kwon Do

evwatson24@hotmail.com

541-449.3341

Martial Arts

Hermiston School Of Karate

www.tmaakarate.com

509-308-6046

Tae Kwon Do & Boxing

Master Loney’s Center

mdr1194@hotmail.com

541-720-7706

hermiston.gsm@mail.com

541-564-1041

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Two dealerships, one family, Serving your family & our community 81143 N. Hwy 395 Hermiston 541-567-5555


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