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Laramie Parks & Recreation Guide - Fall 2016

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Laramie Community Recreation Center Admissions & Memberships Admissions Age

Day Pass

20 Visit Multi-Pass

2 Yrs & Under Children (3-12) Youth (13-18) Adult (19-59) Senior (60+) Adult w/Disability Non-Member Fitness Class

FREE $3.75 $5.50 $6.50 $6.25 N/A $8.00

FREE $57.00 $82.00 $99.00 $94.00 $94.00 $80.00 (10 Visit Multi-Pass)

Membership Information Age

1 Month Membership

Initial Payment/Mo. Rate

Paid in Full/Mo. Rate

2 Yrs & Under Children (3-12) Youth (13-18) Adult (19-59) Senior (60+) Adult w/Disability Household (6) Add. Household Members (>6)

N/A $40.00 $58.00 $70.00 $66.00 $66.00 $128.00 $5.00

N/A $49.00/$12.00 $63.00/$19.00 $105.00/$40.00 $71.00/$23.00 $71.00/$23.00 $169.00/$72.00 $10.00/$5.00

N/A $105.00/$8.75 $171.00/$14.25 $372.00/$31.00 $204.00/$17.00 $204.00/$17.00 $684.00/$57.00 $27.00/$2.25

CHECK OUT OUR MEMBER BENEFITS

• Access to three (3) pools, whirlpool, steam room and dry sauna. • Unlimited access to Core Drop-In Fitness Classes: Revolutions, Water Aerobics, Yoga, Step Aerobics, XaBeat, Pilates and many more! • Access to Gymnasiums. • Indoor playground & walking/jogging track.. • Access to Childcare. • Reduced rates for activities.

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Laramie Community Recreation Center Recreati on Center Hours Mon-Fri

Saturday

Sunday

5:00a-9:00p 8:00a-8:00p Noon-8:00p Pool hours and access are different than the Recreation Center hours and access. See Page 12 for a detailed pool schedule. Please call (307) 721-5269 or visit cityoflaramie.org/pools to check on the status of the pools prior to your visit.

Scholarships/Assistance The Recreation Center is a place for all! Scholarships are available for Recreation Center or Ice & Events Center Multi-Passes or activities for qualifying families and individuals in Albany County. Scholarships are awarded based upon income and family size, on a first come, first serve basis using the School Age Child Care sliding family income scale. To make a donation to the scholarship fund, please stop by the Recreation Center or call 721-5269. Applications and information are available at: www.cityoflaramie.org/scholarships

Membership Discounts You may be eligible to receive a 15% to 20% discount on your membership! Employees of several local businesses, organizations and non-profits are eligible for membership discounts! Inquire at the Recreation Center Front Desk or visit: www.cityoflaramie.org/ discounts

On-line Schedules Check our up-to-date schedules on-line at the following links: www.cityoflaramie.org/ice www.cityoflaramie.org/pools www.cityoflaramie.org/fitness

Stop spending ti me fi lling out paperwork! If you are signing up for a membership with recurring monthly billing, you no longer have to send in renewal paperwork! After your initial commitment is completed, your membership will continue until you tell us you would like to cancel. You will need to continue to update employment information for discounts and address information for children turning 18 or unrelated adults in the same household. All membership paperwork can be found at www.cityoflaramie.org/ membership and can be emailed to parksandrecinfo@cityoflaramie.org for easier processing.

Locker Rentals Lockers are available for rent at the Recreation Center. Month to month and annual membership holders may rent small lockers for $8/month or large lockers for $10/month, plus tax. Locks are included. For more information please call 721-5269.

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Recreation Center Policies

Please see Pool Policies on page 13 for additional pool guidelines. Children under 12 years of age must be directly supervised by an adult. Recreation Center users, 12-15 years old, may use the fitness equipment and walking/jogging track under direct supervision of an adult. (Adults who are supervising must be 18+.) For information on discounts, refunds, cancellations, and other membership policies please call 721-5253, or visit www.cityoflaramie.org/ refunds, or stop by the Recreation Center Front Desk to view our membership contract. The City reserves the right to deny admittance or suspend the membership of anyone who violates facility rules and regulations and anyone appearing to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

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Recreation - Youth Activities

Disc Golf Youth Summer Camp - Ages: 8-14 The High Plains Disc Golf Club and Laramie Parks and Recreation are partnering to offer you a one-week Youth Disc Golf Summer Camp. Come learn the rules and fundamentals of this exciting new sport taught by experienced volunteers. Camp will be limited to the first 30 participants who pre-register. All participants will receive one free disc. Camp will begin at the main pavilion next to the playground at LaPrele Park, Monday – Thursday from 10am to 11:30am. The final day, Friday, will be 10am – 12pm. There will be a fun tournament with prizes. Note: All equipment provided.

Skateboard Camp - Ages: 6-12 This mini-camp is designed to give kids a jump on summer skateboarding. Classes will cover basic to intermediate skills for safe riding at the skate park. This mini-camp is open to girls and boys from 6-12 years old who are ready to explore skateboarding with us. Equipment Required: Helmet, Skateboard, water bottle (knee pads, elbow pads and wrist guards recommended). A limited number of skateboards will be available to borrow. Note: Equipment required: Helmet, Skateboard, signed waiver. Location: LaBonte Park Registration: 5/1 through 6/13, early registration discount available through 5/23. Dates 6/18-22

Days M-F

Time 9-10:30A

Fee $45

Activity # 218205-2

Location: LaPrele Park Registration: 5/1 through 6/6 Dates 6/11-15

Days M-F

Time 10-11:30A

Fee $10

Activity # 218201-01

Learn to Skateboard (Drop In) - Ages: 18 & Under These morning skate sessions are dedicated to helping all levels of skateboarders progress their skills at the skate park. Advanced riders and instructors will be on hand for individual guidance and instruction. Girls and boys of all ages and skill levels are welcome to drop in. A limited number of skateboards and safety equipment will be available for loan. Note: Equipment required: Helmet, Skateboard, signed waiver. If you will need a skateboard please contact Josh in advance at joshkaffer@hotmail.com. Location: Dates: Days: Time:

LaBonte Park May 12, 26, June 9, 16, July 14,28, August 11, 25, September 8, 22 Saturday 9-10:30A

Learn to Hike - Grades: 3-6 We are excited to introduce our Learn to Hike course! Following Leave no Trace Ethics we will have a weekly hike with youth grades 3 - 6. The course will focus on preparations, clothing & equipment, safety, and nature appreciation. There will be a component of plant, animal, and rock recognition with some opportunities to explore nature photography. In the event of extreme weather, we have several planned indoor educational activities about geology, archaeology, and artifacts native to Wyoming. Note: The first day is a classroom session at the Laramie Recreation Center. Beginning the second week we will have two-hour hikes that will take place every Thursday for five weeks.

Bicycle Safety - Ages: 4-8 The Laramie Police Department is partnering with the Laramie Recreation Center and the Elks Lodge to present this Bicycle Safety Clinic. This fun course is to provide an introduction to signals and safety as your child learns to ride their bicycle. The course will be in the northeast corner of the Recreation Center Parking Lot. Note: For ages 4 to 8. Participants must have a bicycle, helmet, and closed toe footwear. There is no fee for this event thanks to the generosity of the Elks Lodge. Location: Laramie Recreation Center Registration: 5/1 through 8/3 Dates Days 8/7-8/10 Tu-F

Time 9-10A

Fee FREE

Activity # 218203-1

Location: TBD Registration: 5/1 through 6/1, early registration discount available through 5/11. Dates Days 6/7-7/12 Th 4

Time 1-3P

Fee $45

Activity # 218202-1

www.cityoflaramie.org/parksandrec

(307) 721-5269


Youth Athletics - Recreation

Bicycle in the Community - Ages 6-12 The Elks Lodge, Laramie Police Department, and Laramie Recreation Center are partnering to teach youngsters how to safely navigate the streets of Laramie. This course takes basic riding skills a little further as participants learn safety protocol, signals, and maneuvers. For this course a rider should be confident in their bicycle riding ability and will ride to predetermined destinations throughout the city. Participants will meet at the northeast corner of the Rec Center Parking Lot. Note: For ages 6 to 12. Participants must have a bicycle, helmet, and closed toe footwear. There is no fee for this event thanks to the generosity of the Elks Lodge. Location: Laramie Recreation Center Registration: 5/1 through 8/3 Dates Days 8/7-8/10 Tu-F

Time 10A-Noon

Fee FREE

Activity # 218204-1

Rookie Rugby League - Grades: 1-6 This is a developmental league to develop fundamental rugby skills. The Rookie rugby leagues are a great start to teaching our youth about the great sport of rugby. Rookie Rugby is the US brand of flag rugby. Rookie Rugby is a safe, non-contact, easy to play game for both boys and girls of all ages! The rules are simple, the game is easy to learn, and minimal equipment is required. A player assessment and skills clinic will be held June 6 -9. We will then divide teams, practice Wednesdays and create game schedules for Saturdays. Wyoming Rugby will be providing coach’s training and player skill development material. Note: Volunteer coaches and assistants are needed for this program and training is provided. If you are interested in coaching or assisting, please contact Bobby Watkins at (307)399-4687 or bwatkins@wyomingrugby.com. Location: Laramie Athletic Field Registration: 5/1 through 6/6 Dates Days 6/6-7/28 W,Sat

Time 6-7:30P

Fee $50

Activity # 210602-1

Little Sluggers - T-Ball - Ages: 3-6 Hit, run, throw! It is a blast to watch these little sluggers learn America’s pastime in a safe and fun environment. Our volunteer coaches help to teach fundamental skills to children ages 3 - 6. We use a soft safety baseball and do not keep score. Participants will need their own fielding glove. 3 & 4 year olds will practice and play on Mon / Wed, 5 & 6 year olds will be Tu/Th. Note: There will be a five-minute parent meeting the first night of practice to discuss rules, structure, and expectations. Location: LaBonte Park Registration: 5/1 through 6/27, early registration discount available through 6/7. Little Sluggers - Ages: 3-4 Dates Days Time 7/2-8/23 M,W 5:30-6:30P

Fee $45

Activity # 210600-1A

Little Sluggers - Ages: 5-6 Dates Days Time 7/3-8/23 Tu,Th 5:30-6:30P

Fee $45

Activity # 210600-1B

Jr. Cowboys Flag Football - Co-Ed Grades: K-3 Are you ready for some football???? The City of Laramie has teamed up with the University of Wyoming to once again offer Jr Cowboys flag football. This awesome program will introduce kids to the basics of football and prepare them for the padded leagues that begin in the 4th grade. Parents, we are looking for volunteer coaches so please let us know if you can help please contact kwalton@cityoflaramie. org if you are interested in coaching. All equipment will be provided. Note: The first night of practice will have a five-minute parents meeting to discuss rules, structure, and expectations. Location: Washington Park Registration: 5/1 through 8/8, early registration discount available through 7/18. Jr. Cowboys - Co-Ed Grades: K-1 Dates Days Time Fee 8/13-10/11M,W 5-6P $45

Activity # 210601-1A

Jr. Cowboys - Co-Ed Grades: 2-3 Dates Days Time Fee 8/13-10/11Tu,Th 5-6 P $45

Activity # 210601-1B

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Recreation - Adult Sports/Leagues ANNUAL DOWN WEEK! The Recreation Center will be closed from 8/11 through 8/17 for maintenance. The Front Desk and Outdoor Leisure Pool will remain open during this time.

Adult Softball League - Ages: 14 & Up There is no better way to enjoy the lovely summer evenings in Laramie than playing softball with your friends. You can play for fun in our M/W or Tu/Th Rec Leagues or step up to the challenge and play in the Competitive League. There is a 10-game regular season with a double elimination tournament. Note: Captains’ meeting Wednesday July 11th at 5:30pm, Laramie Recreation Center.

Pickle Ball (Drop-In) - Ages: 19-59 Pickleball has quickly become a community favorite in Laramie, led by a great group of players. Pickleball is a cross between Tennis and Table Tennis, played with a paddle and a whiffle-ball. The drop-in sessions are for players of all skill levels to enjoy the game and play with friends. Note: Nets, Paddles, and balls are all provided. Please wear non-marking shoes on the gym floors. There is a designated hour set aside for drills and beginner instruction every Tuesday and Thursday from 9-10am. Note: Free with your membership or purchase of a day pass. Location: Laramie Recreation Center Pickle Ball-Beginner - Ages: 10 & Up Dates Days Time 5/1-9/1 Tu,Th 9AM-10AM Pickle Ball Dates Days 5/1-9/1 Tu,Th

Time 10AM-Noon

Location: Aragon Softball Complex Registration: 5/1 through 7/5, early registration Pickle Ball Sundays discount available through 6/13. Dates Days Time 5/1-9/1 Sun Noon-3PM Men’s M/W Rec Dates Days Time Fee Activity # 7/16-9/13 M,W 6-9:30PM $500 229024-1 Men’s T/TH Rec Dates Days 7/16-9/13 Tu,Th

Time 6-9:30PM

Fee $500

Activity # 229024-2

Men’s Competitive Dates Days Time 7/16-9/13 Tu,Th 6-9:30PM

Fee $500

Activity # 229024-3

Women’s League Dates Days 7/16-9/13 Tu,Th

Fee $500

Activity # 229024-4

Time 6-9:30PM

Sand Volleyball League - Ages: 14 & Up It may not be on a beach, but you can still dig and spike in the sand! This Coed league is for four-person teams and will play on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout June and July. Don’t miss this fun and exciting league that takes place at Undine and Washington Parks. Note: Captains Meeting Wednesday May 30th at 5:30pm at the Recreation Center. Location: Undine Park Registration: 5/1 through 5/25 Dates Days 6/4-7/26 Tu,Th

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Time 6-8:30PM

Fee $150

Activity # 229025-1

www.cityoflaramie.org/parksandrec

(307) 721-5269


Youth Summer Camp/SACC - Recreation

June – July Summer Camp has never been so fun! We have eight whole weeks of fun, active learning planned for children, grades 2-6. Please visit our website for more detailed program information.

• June 4–8 Time Travel to the 1800’s • June 11–15 Fearless Fitness • June 18-22 “When in Italy…” • June 25-29 A Week on the Wild Side • July 2-6 Stars and Stripes Forever • July 9-13 Secret Agent Spy Camp • July 16-20 Our Part in Art • July 23-27 The Earth and Me

307.721.5269 www.cityoflaramie.org/summercamp City of Laramie Parks and reCreation

SACC - After-School Program - Grades: K-6 SACC is an enrichment program that provides a safe, supervised after-school environment where children are inspired to learn. Activities include theme-based clubs, recreational sports, homework time, indoor and outdoor free time. A healthy snack is provided each day, as well as a healthy dose of positive reinforcement! Transportation from all Laramie elementary schools is provided by ACSD #1. Registration: 2018-2019 school year registration is open. Forms can be picked up at the Laramie Community Recreation Center or at www. cityoflaramie.org/parksandrec. Days: All full ACSD#1 School Days Time: After school, until 5:30p Dates: 8/23/18-5/30/19 Capacity: 60 Participants/Day Location: Laramie Community Recreation Center Fee: Based on a sliding fee scale, fees are $5.50, $9, or $16/per day; or $26, $42, or $75/per week, if paid before the 5th of the month. To be considered for the sliding fee scale, you must provide proof of income and a statement of household size at the time you submit the enrollment form. If paid after the 5th of the month, fees are slightly more. Schedules are set at the beginning of each semester and a $20 fee will be assessed for each change made after initial registration.

School’s Out, but SACC is IN! In addition to our daily after-school program, SACC will be in operation during days designated by ACSD #1 as staff development/early release. Preregistration is required for each of these days and enrollments are taken on a first-come, first-serve basis, with a maximum of 40 children accepted each day. The fee of $32 for Full Days and $16 for HalfDays must be paid at the time of registration. Note: Enrollment in SACC is not required to register for these days. Registration opens for these days in the fall: Full Days: 9/24/18, 11/6/18, 1/21/19, 4/22/19 Half Days: 10/19/18, 1/18/19, 2/15/19, 3/29/19, 5/24/19 Note: There will be No SACC on days that ACSD #1 has designated as No School days. For 2018, these include Sept 3, Oct 25-26, Nov 21-23, and Dec 24-31. For 2019, these include Jan1-4, Mar 18-22, and May 27.

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Recreation - Special Events

Family Float Night - All Ages Family Float Night is back! Bring the family, your favorite inflatable, and enjoy the fun at the Indoor Pool! For larger inflatables, contact the Aquatics Supervisor at (307) 721-5263 (some inflatables may not be permitted due to safety reasons). Note: Free with your membership or purchase of a day pass. Location: Laramie Recreation Center - Friday, July 20, 5:30 to 7:00pm.

Dog Day at the Pool - All Ages This is the only chance you and your canine friend can enjoy the Outdoor Leisure Pool at the Laramie Community Recreation Center and enjoy the sun and fun! You and your pooch can enjoy frolicking in the pool or just lazing around working on that end of year tan! Location: Recreation Center Outdoor Leisure Pool - Sunday, September 2, 12:30pm to 4:00pm. $3/Dog.

Huck Finn Fishing Derby - Ages: 13 & Under Join us Saturday, July 21st for a great day of fishing and prizes! This event is for all youth up to 13 years old. There will be several prizes for each age group, including Biggest Fish, Smallest Fish, First Fish Caught, and First to Catch Their Limit. The age groups are 0-5, 6-7. 8-10, and 11-13 Registration will begin at 7am, fishing begins at 8am. This will take place at the Huck Finn Pond in LaPrele Park. There is no pre-registration. Location: Huck Finn Fishing Pond - LaPrele Park - Saturday, July 21, 8:00 to 11:00am. Registration: Will take place beginning 7am at Huck Finn Fishing Pond on the day of the event.

Cool Your Paws - All Ages Join us at the Washington park pool for another great day for man’s best friend! 11:00am to 4:00pm on Sunday, August 26th, come have a great time with prizes and events and yes, swim time at the wading pool! Location: Washington Park - Sunday, August 26, 11:00am to 4:00pm.

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Movie at the Outdoor Pool - All Ages Come on out to another great summertime movie at the pool. July 21st from 7:00pm to 10:00pm is the time for a family friendly movie and swim night. Sit back, relax, or swim the whole time while enjoying free popcorn, drinks and a great family movie! Location: Outdoor Leisure Pool - Saturday, July 21, 7:00-10:00pm. Registration: There is no additional cost with either a membership or day pass.

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Personal Trainers/Classes - Recreation Personal Trainers

The services of certified trainers are available to members of the Laramie Community recreation center. Whatever your fitness needs, consider a personal trainer to begin your individualized fitness program. Offered by appointment and per trainer availability. Find trainer profiles and additional information on line at www.cityoflaramie.org/ trainers.

Personal Trainers Fees Individual $30.00/Session

Group (2 People) $40.00/Session

Erin Chamberlain has a B.A. Degree from Arizona State University (2001) and is pursuing an M.A. in Educational Psychology. She has been certified through ACE (American Council on Exercise) since 1995. She is also certified through Aerobics & Fitness Association of America, and the Aquatic & Fitness Professional Association-International. Her experience includes personal training and being an instructor for land fitness, aqua aerobics, mixed martial arts, Pilates, Baby & Me yoga, TRX, XaBeat, aging populations and weight loss support. Kevin Bretting is an ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist and Personal Trainer and a certified ViPR Trainer. He has a B.S. in Kinesiology and Health Promotion from the University of Wyoming and is a Licensed and Nationally Registered EMT. Kevin works with a large demographic of people and enjoys coaching them toward lifestyle changes through a habit-based approach to health and fitness. Kevin’s approach to exercise views the body as a complex and integrated functional system rather than bones with individual muscles attached to them and he designs programs that are fun, challenging, and promote a high level of cardio-respiratory fitness and muscular strength and endurance. For those with functional limitations, Kevin works to enhance their joint mobility and soft tissue strength so that they can return to a functional state of health and performance.

ANNUAL DOWN WEEK! The Recreation Center will be closed from 8/11 through 8/17 for maintenance. The Front Desk and Outdoor Leisure Pool will remain open during this time.

Clint Swierczek (Swiz) is a Certified Personal Trainer through the American Council on Exercise. He has been a Physical Education instructor in the Albany County School District for 38 years and with Laramie County Community College, Albany County Campus for 22 years. During this time he has taught and coached: volleyball, basketball, soccer, track & field, tennis and golf. He is fortunate enough to have a wonderful family that is the light of his life. Along with personal training, he also specializes in individual sport training. He has an Associates of Arts degree from Western Wyoming College, where he was also a collegiate athlete and graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education.

Weight Room Orientation - Ages: 12 & Up Are you new to the Laramie Recreation Center? Are you intimidated or unsure about how to use all the equipment? Do you want expert advice from our experienced fitness staff? If yes, stop in for an orientation to our weight room, our equipment and our group fitness courses. Our staff will cover proper lifting techniques and weight room etiquette. Please sign-up at the front desk. Note: Free with your membership or purchase of a day pass. Location: Laramie Recreation Center Register: Registration closes the Thursday prior to orientation. Available on-line. Dates 5/19 6/16 7/14

Days Time Sat 9:45-10:45A Sat 9:45-10:45A Sat 9:45-10:45A

Activity # 224003-1A 224003-1B 224003-1C

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Recreation - Group Fitness (Drop In)

Revolutions Together you and your instructor take a ride; but be prepared for a workout. Hills, flats, turns, sprints and races are all simulated for a truly fantastic high calorie burning and cardiovascular class. We recommend padded bike shorts, a towel and water. Be ready to Sweat! Pedals accommodate SPD style cleats or regular shoes. Try any of our fun and exciting versions of this great workout!

Group Fitness Information

Core Fitness Drop-in classes are part of your membership! No need to pay extra for our regular drop in classes when you have a 1 Month, Month to Month or Annual Membership. Specialty Fitness Classes will be available at an additional charge and Drop-in Fitness is available to non-members at an additional rate.

Group Fitness Non-Member Rates Per Single Visit $8.00

10 Visit Multi-Pass $80.00

Kickstarter Revolutions Haven’t tried revolutions before? This is a great class to get started! Go at your own pace and learn the fundamentals with our experienced instructors! They are here to welcome you into a great way to burn calories and have fun!

Body Power Sculpt, tone and strengthen your entire body. Body Power is a strength training class that focuses on low weights with high repetition. Join Susie for a workout that challenges all your muscle groups as you lift, squat, and curl to the best music.

Early Bird Revolutions Looking to get your workout done first thing in the morning? This class is perfect for you! Join us for Early Bird Revolutions to start your day on the right REVOLUTION! Get up early and get your day going! This class is designed to wake you up! Power Revolutions This class is short and sweet! For 45 minutes, you will work hard and have fun! Our lively instructors are going to push you towards a better you! Join us after work to get the perfect workout before you end your day! Beat Revolutions It’s all about moving those muscles to the “beat”. You can burn 500-800 calories in this class that includes upper body work with weights while driving those cycling legs. The music is the key to your low impact, power-packed workout! • •

Hardcore TBT This class is a full body challenge focusing on functional body movements and over-all body strength. Weight exercises, kettle bells, medicine balls, dumb bells are just some of the equipment used. This class is adjustable to accommodate a wide range of fitness levels and experience.

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Group Fitness Policies

Space in fitness classes is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. All fitness classes are co-ed and open to anyone 16 years of age and older. Children are not allowed in the group exercise room during classes. Proper gym attire is recommended. Please no jeans, cutoffs or clothes with buttons. Street shoes are not allowed in the gym or group exercise room. Participants must recognize that all fitness programs involve some risk and by participating in these programs there is an assumption of risk by the participant. You need to be aware of your own limitations for your own safety and protection when starting a fitness program. It is strongly recommended that you consult with your physician prior to starting any type of fitness program.

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Group Fitness (Drop In) - Recreation

Pilates Pilates works to strengthen the internal stabilizing muscles of your body so that your posture, balance and core strength all improve. Pilates is great for athletes, active older adults, women rebounding from pregnancy, dancers, and people at various stages of physical rehabilitation or anyone who wants a core-focused workout.

Step Aerobics “Step” right into these easy to follow choreographed routines, shake up your cardio workout and have some fun. This workout flies by as you step, kick and turn in time with energizing music. Classes will include a short toning portion using hand weights and core focus.

XaBeat XaBeat is a dance-fitness program where participants sculpt their bodies and burn calories in a party like atmosphere. Easy to follow routines are designed to provide every participant with a great workout and a sense of accomplishment. Making fitness fun allows XaBeat participants the opportunity to reshape their bodies, create community, achieve fitness goals and increase their self-confidence all while dancing.

Social Step It’s more than just stepping when you are welcomed into a fun and dedicated group. Get your cardio on with upbeat music and fun routines. But that’s not all; add weight training and floor work that could include weights, tubes, balls, and any other of the latest tools!

Shallow Water Aerobics Join us in this fun low impact water workout. Increase your balance, flexibility and strength as you move through the water. All are welcome! Yoga “De-Stress & Relax” bring balance to your hectic and fast paced life. Therapeutic in nature, yoga will help you increase flexibility and balance while relieving stress for a healthy mind, body and spirit. Foundations Yoga This class is great for new participants! Learn all the fundamentals in a less intense yoga class. This is also a great class for stretching your ailments away! Come to Foundation Yoga to feel better one day at a time! Strength Yoga Interested in mixing up your yoga practice? Yoga for strength and balance offers an alternative to the typical “flow yoga” class by adding the extra challenge of weights. Test the boundaries of your balance all while building body awareness and strengthening muscles.

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Laramie Community reCreation Center 8 – 11 a.m. June 4 – August 9, 2018

Monday through Thursday ages 1 – 6 years $3.50/hour

pre-registration encouraged

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Aquatics - Schedule/Hours Indoor Leisure/8 Lane Pool Hours

Mon-Fri

Saturday

Sunday

5:30a-8:30p 8:30a-7:30p 12:30p-7:00p The pools are occasionally closed due to necessary maintenance, special events, weather or due to unforeseeable circumstances. 8 lane pool will close at 10am on Tuesdays for chemical transfer. The pool will be reopened as soon as the transfer is complete. We recommend calling (307) 721-5269 to check on the status of the pools prior to your visit. Indoor Leisure Pool is closed and the 8 Lane Pool is partially closed during swimming lessons. Swimmers under 48” tall must pass a swim test to swim in the 8 lane Pool.

Indoor Water Slide Hours Mon-Fri

Saturday

Sunday

6:30p-8:00p 5:30p-7:00p 5:00p-6:00p The water slide & the spray features are on during these times. You must be 48” tall to use slide. The slide will close when lightning is detected and is closed during swimming lessons.

Diving Board Hours Mon-Fri

Saturday

Sunday

12:00p-4:45p 12:30p-6:00p 12:30p-6:00p Forward dives only. No specialty dives allowed. Diving board may be available upon request based on staffing.

Sauna & Steam Room Hours Mon-Fri

Saturday

Sunday

5:30a-8:30p 8:30a-7:30p 12:30p-7:00p For use by ages 16 & up. Please observe the 15 minute limit on use for health & safety.

Whirlpool Hours M, Wed-Fri

Saturday

Sunday

5:30a-8:30p 8:30a-7:30p 12:30p-7:00p Whirlpool is closed on Tuesdays for cleaning and maintenance. For use by ages 16 & up. Please observe the 15 minute limit on use for health & safety.

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Outdoor Leisure Pool Hours Mon-Saturday

Sunday

12:00p-5:30p 12:30p-5:30p Weather permitting the Outdoor Leisure Pool will be open June 9 through August 26.

Outdoor Water Slide Hours Mon-Saturday

Sunday

1:00p-5:00p 1:00p-5:00p The water slide & the spray features are on during these times. You must be 48” tall to use slide.

Undine Park Splash Pad Open 7 Days/Week 11:00a-6:00p Weather permitting the Undine Park Splash Pad will be open June 2 through September 3. FREE admission!

Washington Park Wading Pool Open 7 Days/Week 12:30p-4:30p Weather permitting the Washington Park Wading Pool will be open June 2 through August 26. FREE admission!

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Learn to Swim - Aquatics Swim Lesson Hours Mon-Thur Indoor 8 Lane *Outdoor Leisure Pool Pool Leisure Pool 5:30p-6:35p 5:00p-6:00p 10:30a-11:35a The Indoor Leisure & 8 Lane Pools will have limited availability during swim lessons. * Morning lessons are scheduled for the ODL. Inclement weather may force lessons indoors and affect Indoor Leisure Pool access at this time.

Swim Lesson Registration (Member Discounts Apply) On Line Registration Early Reg. Discounts Opens May 7 May 7 - 20 Registration Deadlines: June Session 6/14 July Session 7/5 August Session 7/19 For swim assessments call: (307) 721-5221

Aqua Tots A - Summer Swim - Ages: 6Mo to 3Yrs A class designed to build swimming readiness by emphasizing fun in the water. Parents and children participate in guided sessions that help children learn elementary skills. For 6 months to 3 years old. Location: Laramie Community Recreation Center

Dates 6/18-6/28 6/18-6/28 6/18-6/28 7/9-7/19 7/9-7/19 7/9-7/19 7/23-8/2 7/23-8/2 7/23-8/2

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Time 10:30-11A 5:30-6P 6:05-6:35P 10:30-11A 5:30-6P 6:05-6:35P 10:30-11A 5:30-6P 6:05-6:35P

Fee $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48

Activity # 216101-01 216101-02 216101-03 216101-04 216101-05 216101-06 216101-07 216101-08 216101-09

Aqua Tots B - Summer Swim - Ages: 6Mo to 3Yrs Builds on the skills learned in Aqua Tots A. Parents and children participate in guided sessions designed to help them become more comfortable in the water. Children will learn the skills to continue into the preschool levels. Recommended for 2 - 3 years old. Location: Laramie Community Recreation Center Dates 6/18-6/28 6/18-6/28 6/18-6/28 7/9-7/19 7/9-7/19 7/9-7/19 7/23-8/2 7/23-8/2 7/23-8/2

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Time 10:30-11A 5:30-6P 6:05-6:35P 10:30-11A 5:30-6P 6:05-6:35P 10:30-11A 5:30-6P 6:05-6:35P

Fee $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48

Activity # 216102-01 216102-02 216102-03 216102-04 216102-05 216102-06 216102-07 216102-08 216102-09

Pre-K Intro - Summer Swim - Ages: 3-6 This is the first level of skills building after Aqua Tots B. Students begin bobbing, supported floating on front and back, kicking, retrieving submerged objects and learn to enjoy the water safely. Location: Laramie Community Recreation Center • • • • • • • •

Pool Policies

Children 5 years of age & under must be accompanied by an adult* in the water and within arm’s reach at all times. Children under 8 years of age must be accompanied by an adult* in the water actively supervising at all times Children 8-12 years of age must be directly supervised by an adult* in the pool area. Adults who are supervising must be 18+. Children under 3 years of age, or are not toilet trained must wear a swim diaper Groups of 25 or more please call Stuart Tapson at 721-5263 to ensure we can provide an appropriate number of lifeguards. Childcare providers or specialty youth groups must provide 1 chaperon in the water for every 4 children for active supervision of the group. The pools occasionally close due to necessary maintenance, special events, weather or unforeseeable circumstances. Call 721-5269 to check on the status of the pools prior to your visit.

Dates 6/18-6/28 6/18-6/28 6/18-6/28 6/18-6/28 7/9-7/19 7/9-7/19 7/9-7/19 7/9-7/19 7/23-8/2 7/23-8/2 7/23-8/2 7/23-8/2

Days M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

Time Fee 10:30-11A $48 11:05-11:35A$48 5:30-6P $48 6:05-6:35P $48 10:30-11A $48 11:05-11:35A$48 5:30-6P $48 6:05-6:35P $48 10:30-11A $48 11:05-11:35A$48 5:30-6P $48 6:05-6:35P $48

Activity # 216103-01 216103-02 216103-03 216103-04 216103-05 216103-06 216103-07 216103-08 216103-09 216103-10 216103-11 216103-12

ANNUAL DOWN WEEK! The Recreation Center will be closed from 8/11 through 8/18 for maintenance. The Front Desk and Outdoor Leisure Pool will remain open during this time.

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Aquatics - Learn to Swim

Pre-K Basics - Summer Swim - Ages: 3-6 This class is designed for children younger than 6 who have passed Pre-K Intro and wish to develop swimming readiness and gain independence. Skills taught: retrieving submerged objects, supported floating, front and back glides, kicking on front and back, alternating leg and arm action and water safety. Recommended for children 3 to 6 years old. Location: Laramie Community Recreation Center Dates 6/18-6/28 6/18-6/28 6/18-6/28 6/18-6/28 7/9-7/19 7/9-7/19 7/9-7/19 7/9-7/19 7/23-8/2 7/23-8/2 7/23-8/2 7/23-8/2

Days M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

Time Fee 10:30-11A $48 11:05-11:35A$48 5:30-6P $48 6:05-6:35P $48 10:30-11A $48 11:05-11:35A$48 5:30-6P $48 6:05-6:35P $48 10:30-11A $48 11:05-11:35A$48 5:30-6P $48 6:05-6:35P $48

Activity # 216104-01 216104-02 216104-03 216104-04 216104-05 216104-06 216104-07 216104-08 216104-09 216104-10 216104-11 216104-12

Level 2 - Summer Swim - Ages: 4-12 This class develops fundamental aquatic skills. Designed for the beginner who is comfortable in the water and ready to swim. Skills taught: breath control, floating front/back, combined stroke on front, Level 1 - Summer Swim - Ages: 4-12 This level is for children to gain independence and supported stroke on back, proper body positioning, confidence in the water. Skills taught: balance, gliding, treading water. Must pass Pre-K Basics or breath control, floating, underwater comfort, prop- Level 1 and be 4 years or older to register. er body positioning, alternating arm action, kicking on front and back. Recommended for ages 4 and up Location: Laramie Community Recreation Center that have passed Pre-K Basics or equivalent. Dates Days Time Fee Activity # 6/18-6/28 M-Th 10:30-11A $48 216106-01 Location: Laramie Community Recreation Center 6/18-6/28 M-Th 11:05-11:35A$48 216106-02 6/18-6/28 M-Th 5:30-6:00P $48 216106-03 Dates Days Time Fee Activity # 6/18-6/28 M-Th 10:30-11A $48 216105-01 6/18-6/28 M-Th 6:05-6:35 P $48 216106-04 6/18-6/28 M-Th 11:05-11:35A$48 216105-02 7/9-7/19 M-Th 10:30-11A $48 216106-05 6/18-6/28 M-Th 5:30-6P $48 216105-03 7/9-7/19 M-Th 11:05-11:35A$48 216106-06 $48 216106-07 6/18-6/28 M-Th 6:05-6:35P $48 216105-04 7/9-7/19 M-Th 5:30-6P 7/9-7/19 M-Th 10:30-11A $48 216105-05 7/9-7/19 M-Th 6:05-6:35P $48 216106-08 7/9-7/19 M-Th 11:05-11:35A$48 216105-06 7/23-8/2 M-Th 10:30-11A $48 216106-09 7/9-7/19 M-Th 5:30-6P $48 216105-07 7/23-8/2 M-Th 11:05-11:35A$48 216106-10 7/9-7/19 M-Th 6:05-6:35P $48 216105-08 7/23-8/2 M-Th 5:30-6:05P $48 216106-11 7/23-8/2 M-Th 10:30-11A $48 216105-09 7/23-8/2 M-Th 6:05-6:35P $48 216106-12 7/23-8/2 M-Th 11:05-11:35A$48 216105-10 7/23-8/2 M-Th 5:30-6P $48 216105-11 Level 3 - Summer Swim - Ages: 4-12 7/23-8/2 M-Th 6:05-6:35P $48 216105-12 This class is designed for stroke development and for students who have completed Level 2 (or equivalent) and are swimming on their own. Skills taught: side breathing, changing directions, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, treading water and dolphin kick. Location: Laramie Community Recreation Center Dates 6/18-6/28 6/18-6/28 6/18-6/28 6/18-6/28 7/9-7/19 7/9-7/19 7/9-7/19 7/9-7/19 7/23-8/2 7/23-8/2 7/23-8/2 7/23-8/2 14

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Time Fee 10:30-11A $48 11:05-11:35A$48 5:30-6P $48 6:05-6:35P $48 10:30-11A $48 11:05-11:35A$48 5:30-6P $48 6:05-6:35P $48 10:30-11A $48 11:05-11:35A$48 5:30-6P $48 6:05-6:35P $48

Activity # 216107-01 216107-02 216107-03 216107-04 216107-05 216107-06 216107-07 216107-08 216107-09 216107-10 216107-11 216107-12

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Learn to Swim - Aquatics

Level 4 - Summer Swim - Ages: 5-12 This is a stroke improvement class designed for those how have completed Level 3 (or equivalent) and are ready to develop strokes and stamina. Skills taught: rotary breathing, open turns, scissor kick, treading water, back crawl, butterfly, breaststroke and dives. Location: Laramie Community Recreation Center Dates Days Time Fee Activity # 6/18-6/28 M-Th 10:30-11A $48 216108-01 6/18-6/28 M-Th 11:05-11:35A$48 216108-02 6/18-6/28 M-Th 5:30-6P $48 216108-03 6/18-6/28 M-Th 6:05-6:35 P $48 216108-04 7/9-7/19 M-Th 10:30-11A $48 216108-05 7/9-7/19 M-Th 11:05-11:35A$48 216108-06 7/9-7/19 M-Th 5:30-6P $48 216108-07 7/9-7/19 M-Th 6:05-6:35P $48 216108-08 7/23-8/2 M-Th 10:30-11A $48 216108-09 7/23-8/2 M-Th 11:05-11:35A$48 216108-10 7/23-8/2 M-Th 5:30-6P $48 216108-11 7/23-8/2 M-Th 6:05-6:35P $48 216108-12 Level 5 - Summer Swim - Age: 5-12 This class is for students who have completed level 4 (or equivalent) and are ready to refine their 6 strokes (front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke) and increase swimming endurance. Location: Laramie Community Recreation Center Dates Days Time Fee Activity # 6/18-6/28 M-Th 11:05-11:35A$48 216109-01 6/18-6/28 M-Th 5:30-6P $48 216109-02 6/18-6/28 M-Th 6:05-6:35P $48 216109-03 7/9-7/19 M-Th 11:05-11:35A$48 216109-04 7/9-7/19 M-Th 5:30-6P $48 216109-05 7/9-7/19 M-Th 6:05-6:35P $48 216109-06 7/23-8/2 M-Th 11:05-11:35A$48 216109-07 7/23-8/2 M-Th 5:30-6P $48 216109-08 7/23-8/2 M-Th 6:05-6:35P $48 216109-09 Level 6 - Summer Swim - Ages: 5-12 This class is for the highest skill level and is designed for those who have completed Level 5 (or equivalent) and are ready to improve stroke technique. Students will learn to swim with ease and efficiency and develop endurance for long distance swimming. Location: Laramie Community Recreation Center Dates 6/18-6/28 6/18-6/28 6/18-6/28 7/9-7/19 7/9-7/19 7/9-7/19 7/23-8/2 7/23-8/2 7/23-8/2

Days M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

Time Fee 11:05-11:35A$48 5:30-6P $48 6:05-6:35P $48 11:05-11:35A$48 5:30-6P $48 6:05-6:35P $48 11:05-11:35A$48 5:30-6P $48 6:05-6:35P $48

Activity # 216110-01 216110-02 216110-03 216110-04 216110-05 216110-06 216110-07 216110-08 216110-09

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Aquatics - Learn to Swim/Lifeguard Training Private Lessons - All Ages Lessons are customized to each swimmer’s abilities and comfort level. Each private lesson is 30 minutes long. Your instructor will develop a lesson plan focused on a specific skill set from multiple levels. If you have never learned to swim or need extra help private lessons can help you. Private lessons are available for all lesson levels and are set up based on pool schedules and staff availability.

Location: Laramie Community Recreation Center Registration: A private swim lesson registration form must be submitted on line, in person, or by email before a request can be processed. Forms are available at the front desk of the rec center or on -line at: www.cityoflaramie.org/privateswim. Private Swim 1 Time Dates Days Time 6/1-8/31 TBD TBD

Fee $25

Private Swim 4 Pack Dates Days Time 6/1-8/31 TBD TBD

Fee Activity # $72 216100-0Q

Private Swim 8 Pack Dates Days Time 6/1-8/31 TBD TBD

Fee Activity # $124 216100-0R

Semi Private (2 Participants) 1 Time Dates Days Time Fee 6/1-8/31 TBD TBD $30

Activity # 216100-0P

Activity # 216100-0S

Semi Private (2 Participants) 4 Pack Dates Days Time Fee Activity # 6/1-8/31 TBD TBD $104 216100-0T Semi Private (2 Participants) 8 Pack Dates Days Time Fee Activity # 6/1-8/31 TBD TBD $188 216100-0U

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Lifeguard Training - Ages: 15 & Up This course is designed to provide lifeguard candidates with the skills and knowledge necessary to keep patrons of aquatic facilities safe in and around the water. Completion will lead to the American Red Cross Lifeguard Training certificate including: CPR/AED, water park & emergency oxygen administration. Certification is good for 2 years; recommended preparation: the student must possess swimming proficiency and strength. Location: Laramie Recreation Center Registration: Deadline 06/01. Member Discounts apply. Dates Days 6/11-6/15 M-F

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Adopt-A-Park/Trail Programs - Parks

Adopt-A-Park & Adopt-A-Trail Programs Are you or an organization you are involved with looking for a way to give back to the community? Help us maintain our beautiful parks and trails by sponsoring our Adopt-A-Park or Adopt-A-Trail Program.

Adopt-A-Park The City of Laramie & the Parks, Tree & Recreation Advisory Board have an Adopt-A-Park program that provides for an agreement with individuals, companies, service groups or organizations to assist with the maintenance and development of our park system. Similar to the Adopt-A-Trail program, sponsorships are for two years and the sponsor receives a sign indicating their involvement with our program. This program is administered by the Parks & Recreation Department and encourages citizens to get involved in the care and development of our parks. For more information please call (307) 721-5267. Bench & Tree Memorials Memorialize the memory of your loved one with a tree or bench placed in a park or along a trail. A plaque may be placed by memorials or donations if desired by the donor. The Parks & Recreation Department accepts donations of trees, shrubs and park benches for beautification and enhancement of our parks and trails. Prior to planting or installation, staff and the Parks, Tree & Recreation Advisory Board must approve the donation and the location. The donor may plant the tree or shrub they have donated with the assistance of staff members. All trees, benches and memorial plaques purchased by the City are invoiced at wholesale cost to the donor.

Adopt-A-Trail With the adoption of the Bicycle Trail Master Plan in 1999 the City of Laramie has developed the Laramie River Greenbelt, the Cirrus Sky Trail and the Jacoby Ridge Rural Trail. Trails are important for the health of our community, as well as an integral part of our economic vitality. From walking, running, biking, skateboard and roller blading; people, young and old, utilize our varied and vibrant trail system. The City of Laramie & the Parks, Tree and Recreation Advisory Board have opened 1/4 mile sections of our trail system for adoption by individuals, companies, service groups or organizations. Adopt-A-Trail program sponsorships are for two years and the sponsor receives a sign indicating their involvement with our program. This program is administered by the Parks & Recreation Department and encourages citizens to get involved in the care of our trails. For more information please call (307) 721-5267.

Park Facility Reservations Individuals, groups or organizations who wish to reserve picnic shelters or any Parks & Recreation Department facilities such as sand volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, softball fields, or basketball courts in any of the city parks must make reservations at least five days in advance. (See pages 20-22 for park descriptions and features.) Reservations may only occur within the hours of 7am to 9pm. Please call 721-5269 with questions or to check on shelter availability. To process your reservation we must have a completed facility reservation form and payment. Refunds will be issued for reservations that cannot be accommodated. Please visit www.cityoflaramie. org/parkreservations for more information or to complete the facility reservation form. Laramie Parks & Recreation Times - Summer 2018

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Parks - Integrated Mosquito Management Integrated Mosquito Management (IMM) The City of Laramie mosquito control program is an Integrated Mosquito Management Program (IMM), as recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It considers many various forms of control and uses the most environmentally friendly methods of control available that will achieve the desired control outcomes. IMM programs use pesticides, but only after a systematic monitoring of pest populations indicates that there is a need. All mosquito control products used within the United States fall under EPA guidelines and are evaluated for safety by EPA before being registered for use. The City of Laramie has chosen its pesticides based on several factors including: environmental impacts, cost, effective use in our cool climate, and citizen sensitivities. IMM Contact Information Keith Wardlaw, Mosquito Control Crew Supervisor Phone 307-721-5258; Hotline 721-5056 email: kwardlaw@cityoflaramie.org. Internet: http//:/www.cityoflaramie.org/mosquito IMM Components There are many components to the city of Laramie’s Integrated Mosquito Management approach. These include but are not limited to larval surveillance, biological larval control, reduction of larval habitat, adult mosquito surveillance, West Nile Virus testing and monitoring, adult mosquito control thought the use of ULV (ultra-low volume) foggers and EPA approved chemicals, and mosquito bite prevention education.

Picture: Culex tarsalis, an extremely competent vector of WNv. West Nile Virus Information The introduction of West Nile Virus (WNv) in 1999 has forced us to consider mosquito control not only for relief from nuisance mosquitoes, but also for the prevention of disease for the general population. The Laramie Valley is home to over 20 species of mosquitoes, including a small but significant population of the mosquito Culex tarsalis, an extremely competent vector of WNv. This mostly rural mosquito prefers to feed on birds but will bite mammals as well, including horses and humans. Mosquito control personnel actively search for and treat larval habitats, but we must also have a plan for the possibility of an outbreak of WNv, which would could require additional adult mosquito control applications. Avian, Equine, Human or Mosquito samples that test positive for West Nile virus, could be the triggering mechanism to initiate this action. The threshold number of mosquitoes which could transmit WNv is set lower than the acceptable numbers of nuisance mosquitoes.

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Community Forestry - Parks

Planting Trees Community Forestry The Community Forest Stewardship Plan, a long • Planting Seasons: Mid to late spring while days are still cool. In late summer or early fall. Avoid range management system, and policies for tree care planting trees during summer heat and during and placement throughout public spaces, right of the hot part of the day. ways, and parks system is available to view on-line. Visit the City Website: www.cityoflaramie.org/trees. • Type of Tree: Most trees are sold and transported with soil around the root system, balled & burContact Randy Overstreet, City Arborist, at (307) lapped (B&B) or in a container. Bare root trees 721-5338 or by email at roverstreet@cityoflaramie. can be purchased, they are smaller in size and are org with your tree questions. only available in early spring. There are some advantages to planting bare root trees: the root sysRight-of-Way Tree Maintenance tem is visible and the planting hole can be dug to Many trees along Laramie streets are getting large accommodate the roots; they are less expensive; and over-mature. It is required that property owners cheaper to ship; and less cumbersome to handle. adjacent to right-of-way trees maintain the trees in Always keep the roots moist, cool and shaded una safe condition. Which includes pruning out dead, til planted. weak, and broken branches, and providing street, alley and sidewalk clearance as shown in the following • Find the Top Primary Roots: Many trees are grafted above the root flare and will have a swelling photo. which resembles a root flare. Verify the primary roots and place them level or just above the surThe required rounding ground, leaving an inch of soil on top clear space is of the top roots. Dig the Hole and Place the Tree: 13 feet from the street Dig at least two times as wide as the root ball. surface to the lowest Remove the container or the top two thirds of tree branch the wire basket, twine and burlap. Gently place up from back The required of curb. the tree in the hole adjusting the root ball so the clear space is 8 feet from No tree is vertical. Remove twine, plastic, and wire the sidewalk vegetation to the lowest from around the trunk and branches. On containis allowed tree branch within the erized root balls spread out circling roots or cut up from edge yellow lines. of sidewalk. them, so they will grow away from the trunk. No • Backfill, Mulch and Stake: Pack soil around the vegetation base of the root ball to keep the tree vertical. is allowed within the Backfill soil around the root ball and water gently yellow lines. to settle, add more soil as needed. Don’t tamp the remaining backfill soil. Form a soil ring to hold water around the planting hole. Water the tree well to thoroughly wet the root ball and backfill. Add coarse textured organic mulch, bark or wood chips inside the soil berm to a depth of three to four inches, but not touching the trunk. The Shawver Tree Fund Pound one stake in the undisturbed soil on the Managed by the Rotary Clubs of Laramie in Memory windward (southwest) side of the tree and anof Chuck Shawver a Rotarian, who also had a strong other stake on the opposite side. Use web line a passion for Laramie’s trees. The Fund will pay 50% tied around the trunk and stake to hold the trunk of the cost and shipping of a tree to plant along city vertical. A loose connection will allow the tree streets. The residential property owner pays the othto grow strong in response to wind, but not be er half. Planting program information and the appliblown over. Remove the staking material after cation, is available on-line at www.cityoflaramie.org/ one year. trees.

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Parks - Parks Descriptions

Harbon Park - 2 Acres Harbon Park is located near the University of Wyoming Campus at 14th St. & Harney St. In response to community requests, the Parks, Tree, and Recreation Advisory Board has designated Harbon Park as a chemical-free park. No insecticides or herbicides will be used except for emergency care on endangered trees, turf, or shrubs. The use of fertilizers and mosquito spraying will be permitted only as necessary. This will give Laramie citizens who are chemically sensitive a city park to utilize and enjoy without concern of possible exposure to chemicals and pesticides. Harbon Park features barbecue grills, picnic tables and a playground/children’s play area.

1st Street Plaza Park - .09 Acres The 1st Street Plaza is located in Historic Downtown Laramie at the corner of 1st Street & Grand Ave and is available for private use through our facility reservation form. See page 17 for details. The 1st Street Plaza features benches, tables, a drinking fountain and an aesthetic fire pit. Depot Park - 2.7 Acres Depot Park is located in Historic Downtown Laramie along 1st Street between Garfield St. & Park St. and is available for private use through our facility reservation form. See page 17 for details. The historic Snow Train display is located in Depot Park. Depot Park is the only unfenced, off leash dog area within the City of Laramie. (There are other off leash dog areas in town, at Optimist Park and near the Aragon Softball Complex. Both areas are fully fenced.) Please be sure to respect other park users while exercising your dog and ensure that you clean up after your dog. Depot Park features barbecue grills, picnic tables, a playground/children’s play area.

Imperial Heights Park - 4.8 Acres Imperial Heights is located in Sherman Hills at Sherman Hills Rd. & Morgan St. Constructed in 2016 this park provides service to citizens east of Grand Ave. Future additions include a 5-12 year old playground, basketball court and rural trail. Imperial Heights Park features a playground/children’s play area, benches, picnic tables and a shade structure. Kiowa Park - 8.4 Acres Kiowa Park is located in the Grays Gable Neighborhood at the corner of Bannock St. & Kiowa St. Kiowa Park features a playground/children’s play area and a small grass play area.

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Kiwanis Park - 8.4 Acres Kiwanis Park is located in West Laramie between Highway 130 & Wyoming St. and is available for private use through our facility reservation form. See page 17 for details. Kiwanis Park features barbecue grills, picnic tables, baseball backstops, restrooms, soccer fields and a shelter.

LaRamie Park - 8 Acres LaRamie Park is located near the University of Wyoming campus between Television St. & Armory St. and is available for private use through our facility reservation form. See page 17 for details. LaRamie Park features multiple soccer fields. O’Dell Mini Park - .2 Acres O’Dell Mini Park is located in north Laramie at Albin Rd. & Mill St. It is a quaint park that features a picnic area and playground. Optimist Park - 28.8 Acres Optimist Park is located in the Westside Neighborhood between Garfield St. & Spruce St. and is available for private use through our facility reservation form. See page 17 for details. Optmist Park features three picnic shelters, restrooms, a basketball court, playground, a soccer field and a dog park.

LaBonte Park - 30 Acres LaBonte Park is located between Canby St. & Shields St. between 5th St. and 9th St. and is available for private use through our facility reservation form. See page 17 for details. LaBonte Park has a variety of amenities for people of all ages. From a skate park to a scenic lake, picnic shelters and community gardens. The park functions as a great place for the community to enjoy the outdoors and each other. LaBonte Park features barbecue grills, a basketball court, community garden, a fitness course, picnic tables, two playgrounds/children’s play areas (one is shaded), restrooms, baseball/softball fields, a walking/jogging path a lake and a skate park.

Sandy Aragon Softball Complex - 12 Acres The Sandy Aragon Softball Complex is located near the University of Wyoming campus between 22nd St. & Armory St. and is available for private use through our facility reservation form. See page 17 for details. The Sandy Aragon Softball Complex features two softball fields and an off-leash dog park with dog agility items.

LaPrele Park - 29.1 Acres LaPrele Park is located in the Spring Creek neighborhood at 23rd St. & Spring Creek Dr. and is available for private use through our facility reservation form. See page 17 for details. LaPrele Park features barbecue grills, picnic tables, shelters, a disc golf course, the Huck Finn Fishing Pond (youth only), a play- Scout Park - 12.43 Acres Scout Park is located south of the Laramie Middle ground/children’s play area and restrooms. School at 22nd St. & Reynolds Ave. Scout Park features soccer fields and a fitness course. Undine Park - 9.6 Acres Undine Park is Laramie’s oldest park, the home of the Thursday Local Market, is located between 5th St. & Ord St. and is available for private use through our facility reservation form. See page 17 for details. Undine Park features three picnic shelters, a barbecue pit, a splash pad, tennis court with lights, half basketball court, a lighted sand volleyball court and a playground/children’s play area.

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Parks - Park Descriptions/Dog Park Info. City of Laramie Park Rules Pursuant to City Ordinance #12.52.050, the following are the rules and regulations for parks within the City of Laramie: • • • • •

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Dogs must be on a leash. Remove feces at once. No golfing. No bikes on park pathways. No alcohol without permit. If you will be consuming alcohol at your event in one of Laramie’s Parks, you will need an open container permit. Permits are issued with park facility reservations and must be made a minimum of five days prior to your event. There is a $25 fee for the permit and you must furnish proof of public liability insurance. For full details please call 721-5290 or visit: www.cityoflaramie.org/ opencontainer. No overnight sleeping/camping. No damaging facilities. No vending without license. No damaging of vegetation. No metal detectors or digging.

Dog Parks/Off-Leash Dog Areas The City of Laramie has currently identified Depot Park as a dog friendly park and people are encouraged to utilize this area as an off-leash area. The Optimist Dog Park and Aragon Dog Park are fully fenced locations that patrons can run their dogs. The Aragon Dog Park includes agility course items. Fenced athletic fields are NOT to be used as dog parks, these areas are used by children and adults for sporting activities.

Boswell Park - .04 Acres Boswell Park is a great location to allow weary travelers a rest and is located at 3rd St. & Boswell near Interstate 80. Boswell Park features a picnic shelter, tables, and benches.

Washington Park - 13 Acres Washington Park is Laramie’s most heavily used park, is home to the Freedom has a Birthday Celebration, is located between 18th St. & 22nd St. on Sheridan and is available for private use through our facility reservation form. See page 17 for details. Washington Park features four picnic shelters, twelve lighted horseshoe pits, the Edgar J. Lewis Band Shell, a walking/jogging path, a fitness course, barbecue grills, a lighted basketball court, picnic tables, restrooms, a sand volleyball court, soccer fields, playgrounds/children’s play area and a wading pool.

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Dog Park Etiquette When you and your canine companion are enjoying one of the our dog friendly off-leash areas be sure to abide by the dog park etiquette listed below. Dog park etiquette allows everyone to fully enjoy these great community amenities in a safe manner. • Clean up after your pet(s). • Dogs must be leashed when outside the dog friendly off-leash areas. • Aggressive dogs must be under control. • Dogs residing in the City of Laramie must be licensed. • All dogs must have up-to-date vaccinations. • Limit three (3) dogs per person. • No infants or children under 5 years of age. • No puppies (under 4 months). • No human food - dog treats are permitted. • No dogs shall be left unattended; owners must accompany their pets within the dog friendly off-leash areas. • Children must be supervised at all times. • You must carry a leash at all times. • Keep gates closed. In rare occurrences, should a user become a nuisance, whether in the dog friendly off-leash area or in any of the parks, they can be ejected from the park under Chapter 12.52.050 & 12.52.060 Parks Rules & Regulations. The Parks and Recreation Department reserves the right to close the dog friendly off-leash area(s) for maintenance and/or health reasons at any time. Closures will be posted on the website, social media as well as at the dog friendly offleash area. Please call (307) 721-5264 for more information. (307) 721-5269


Trail & Cemetery Information - Parks Greenhill Cemetery Information The Greenhill Cemetery is located at 455 N. 15th Street and is Laramie’s only municipally owned cemetery. Family, visitors and friends are always welcome at Greenhill Cemetery. The cemetery is open for visitation daily from 5:00AM to 9:00PM, or sunrise to sunset. The Sexton’s office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00AM to Noon and available by phone at (307) 721-5267.

Memorial Day Ceremony On May 28, 2018 the VFW and the American Legion Laramie River Greenbelt in conjunction with the loThe Laramie River Greenbelt is located along the cal Fire, Police & Sheriff’s Laramie River and includes over 5.75 miles of asphalt Departments and National shared use path. The trailhead is located in Optimist Guard Armory will host a Park and users can access the Laramie River from the ceremony at the Greenhill trail. Cemetery in honor of fallen soldiers and servicemen. Jacoby Ridge Rural Trail Wreaths will be placed A cooperative project between the City of Laramie around the Grand Army and the University of Wyoming The Jacoby Ridge of the Republic statue on Rural Trail is located east of the Jacoby Golf Course Middle Row I by those in and includes 2.3 miles of crusher fine soft surface attendance. The Avenue of Flags is Flown for the entrail. The trailhead is located east of the Jacoby Golf tire Holiday weekend. Course parking lot. The Avenue of Flags was implemented to promote Cirrus Sky Park Trail patriotism and respect for the American Flag and the The Cirrus Sky Park Trail is located north of Reynolds United States by flying 62 flags along the main aveAve. between 15th St. & 30th St. The Cirrus Sky Trail nue of Greenhill Cemetery on selected flag flying holincludes 1.75 miles of concrete shared use path with idays in honor of our deceased loved ones. an adjacent soft surface trail and features a pedestrian bridge over 22nd St.

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Active Lifestyles - Recreation

For those looking to improve their overall health and wellness through an active lifestyle, no matter what their age or fitness level. Take control of your fitness goals in a supportive training atmosphere that fits your personal style… be it individual, group, or team exercise. Fitness Classes KickStarter Revolutions Haven’t tried revolutions before? This is a great class to get started! Go at your own pace and learn the fundamentals with our experienced instructors. M/W/F at 8:15am. Social Step (Aerobics) Get your cardio “On!” with upbeat music and fun routines in this easy to follow choreographed workout. Less intense than our regular step class, this workout flies by as you step, kick and turn in time to energizing music. Tu/Th at 9:00am. Pilates Pilates works to strengthen the internal stabilizing muscles of your body so that your posture, balance and core strength all improve. Pilates is great for anyone who wants a core-focused workout. Tu/Th at 8:15am. XaBeat XaBeat is a dance-fitness program where participants sculpt their bodies and burn calories in a party like atmosphere. Easy to follow routines are designed to provide every participant with a great workout and a sense of accomplishment. M/W/F at 12:00pm. Water Aerobics Join us in this fun low impact water workout. Increase your balance, flexibility and strength as you move through the water. Tu/Th at 9:30am. Foundation Yoga This class is great for new participants! Learn all the fundamentals in a relaxing yoga class. This is also a great class for stretching your ailments away! M/W/F at 9:30am. Drop-In Activities Pickleball has quickly become a community favorite and is led by a great group of players. Pickleball is a cross between Tennis and Table Tennis, played with a paddle and a whiffle-ball. M/W/F at 9:30am. Personal Trainers The services of certified trainers are available to members of the Laramie Community recreation center. Whatever your fitness needs, consider a personal trainer to begin your individualized fitness program. See page 9 for more details. Laramie Parks & Recreation Times - Summer 2018

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Ice & Event Center - Events/Roller Skating

The Ice and Event Center is open all summer for non-ice activities. We offer public roller skating time as well as time to rent the event center on an hourly or daily basis for leagues, tournaments, clinics, birthdays, school skates, group parties and private events. Please check the weekly schedule at www. cityoflaramie.org/ice.

Public Roller Skati ng The ice is gone at the Ice and Events Center and Roller Skating is back! This season we will have new and expanded activities during public skating, including the inflatable slide, games and skating races! Bring your own roller skates or blades and all of your friends! Concessions will be available during all public skate times. We will be scheduling events in the Event Center this summer, so be sure to check www.cityoflaramie.org/ice or call (307) 721-5265 for updated weekly and daily schedules.

Public Roller Skati ng Schedule Friday Private Event Rentals Events without Alcohol $40/hr - 2 Hour Minimum, $500/day Maximum Rentals past 11pm are an additional $35/hr Damage Deposit: $300 (Required) Events with Alcohol* $50/hr - 2 Hour Minimum, $600/day Maximum Rentals past 11pm are an additional $35/hr Damage Deposit: $400 (Required) * Events that are only consuming alcohol (no sales) require an Open Container Permit ($25) administered through the City Clerk’s Office. Events that are selling alcohol require a Catering/Vending Permit ($50) administered through the City Clerk’s Office. Events serving alcohol are required to meet additional insurance requirements. Visit cityoflaramie.org/opencontainer for more information.

ANNUAL DOWN WEEK! The Recreation Center will be closed from 8/11 through 8/17 for maintenance. The Front Desk and Outdoor Leisure Pool will remain open during this time.

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8:00p-10:00p 5:00p-9:00p 1:00p-3:00p Activities may be rescheduled due to Roller Derby tournaments and Special Events. Please watch for changes posted at the Ice and Event Center, on line at cityoflaramie.org/ice or call (307) 721-5265.

Public Roller Skati ng Fees 2 Years & Under Children (3 & 4)

Free Admission $2.00/Session $1.00/Skate Rental 5 Years & Up $5.00/Session $2.50/Skate Rental We rent roller skates from toddler’s size 6 to men’s size 14. Helmets are available free to use and are conveniently located on the helmet rack in the lobby. We highly encourage the use of safety equipment!

Ice & Event Multi -Passes A Multi-Pass provides 20 visits for a single person and does not expire. These passes cover admission only – skate rental fees still apply. Public skate passes can be used for all designated Public Skating Sessions (ice & roller skating included). Ice & Event Multi-Passes are $75.00 each - All Ages.

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Birthday Parties - Ice & Event Center

Birthday Parties Need a space and activity for your next party? Book one of our party packages for your group and leave the work to us! Come on out for the grooviest birthday party you’ll ever have. These parties include roller skate rentals. Guests are welcome to bring their own roller blades. Party Package #3 even includes a bounce house rental! See below for more information. Party Package #1 - $74 Includes party room rental for two (2) hours, 10 roller skating admissions including roller skate rentals. Package #1 must be scheduled during Public Roller Skating hours. Party Package #2 - $115 Includes party room rental for two (2) hours, 20 roller skating admissions including roller skate rentals. Package #2 must be scheduled during Public Roller Skating hours. Party Package #3 - $195 Includes a private rental of the full facility for two (2) hours with a party host. Package also includes 20 roller skating admissions with skate rentals included and the bounce house feature. Add-Ons for any Party Package • Additional guests can be added to any • Package for $6.25 per person. • Add a Party Host (2hrs) for $40. • Add pizza or hot dogs and drinks for ten (10) people for just $25. For more information on parties, or to schedule your event, call the Ice and Event Program Coordinator at (307) 721-5265. Reservations are on a first come/first serve basis and payment is due at the time of reservation. Party packages must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance to ensure availability and arrange party details.

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Recreation - Birthday Parties Birthday Party Packages

Recreation Center Birthday Party Packages Party Packages are available on Saturday and Sundays from 1:00pm to 3:00pm or 4:00pm to 6:00pm and must be scheduled at least 10 days in advance. Stop by the front desk of the Recreation Center to schedule your party. Please note that party details will be confirmed during weekday business hours. Party Package #1 - $56 ($60 non-members) Includes party room rental for one (1) hour and 10 Recreation Center admissions. Bring all your own party supplies and use our party room to host your guests. Party Package #2 - $148 ($156 non-members) Sports Party Package - Includes a party host to coordinate sports-themed activities of your choice, two (2) hour room and gym rental, 10 Recreation Center admissions, 2 pizzas and drinks. Additional admissions, pizzas and drinks can be purchased for more than 10 guests. Pool Party Package - Includes a party host, two (2) hour room or outdoor pavilion rental, 10 Recreation Center admissions, 2 pizzas and drinks. Pool policies are located on page 13 and apply to all Pool Party Packages. Additional admissions, pizzas and drinks can be purchased for more than 10 guests. Party Package #3 - $205 (422 non-members) In addition to the Sport and Pool Party Packages listed above this package includes a party host who will contact you ahead of time to develop a theme for your party, a bounce house inflatable (12yrs and under) for the Sports Party Package, a pool inflatable (varies with age), party decorations, party favors, a balloon bouquet, and table ware. Additional admissions, pizzas and drinks can be purchased for more than 10 guests.

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Contact Information

Parks & Recreation Department P.O. Box C Laramie, WY 82073

Recreation Center

Visit our website: www.cityoflaramie.org/parksandrec Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/laramie.parksandrec

920 Boulder Drive (307) 721-5269

Sign up for calendar alerts about closures or special events by visiting: www.cityoflaramie.org/notifyme

Ice & Event Center 3510 Garfield St (307) 721-2161

Parks Division, 1052 N. 5th St, (307) 721-5266 Greenhill Cemetery, 455 N. 15th St, (307) 721-5267

Mosquito Control, 1268 N. 4th St, (307) 721-5258 Mosquito/IPM Hotline, (307) 721-5056

Recreation Manager, Jodi Guerin Parks & Recreation Director, Todd Feezer jguerin@cityoflaramie.org tfeezer@cityoflaramie.org  (307) 721-5260

(307) 721-5259

Aquatics Supervisor, Stuart Tapson Administrative Coordinator, Inez Wildenborg stapson@cityoflaramie.org (307) 721-5263 iwildenborg@cityoflaramie.org (307) 721-3572 Recreation Supervisor, Kason Walton Senior Business Clerk, Kat Vialpando katv@cityoflaramie.org (307) 721-5253 kwalton@cityoflaramie.org (307) 721-5261 Facilities Maint. Manager, Scott Stevenson Aquatics Coordinator, Katherine Ratigan sstevenson@cityoflaramie.org (307) 721-3585 kratigan@cityoflaramie.org (307) 721-5221 Parks & Cemetery Crew Supervisor, Scott Hunter Recreation Prog. Coordinator, Cindy Stoffers SHunter@cityoflaramie.org (307) 721-5264 cstoffers@cityoflaramie.org (307) 721-5262 Cemetery Crew Leader, Loni Wilson Customer Srvc. Coordinator, Laura Tangeman lwilson@cityoflaramie.org (307) 721-5257 ltangeman@cityoflaramie.org (307) 721-5290 Cemetery Account Clerk, Julie McGee Ice & Fitness Program Coordinator, Devin Stalder jmcgee@cityoflaramie.org (307) 721-5267 djstalder@cityoflaramie.org (307) 721-5265 Mosquito Crew Supervisor, Keith Wardlaw kwardlaw@cityoflaramie.org (307) 721-5258 City Arborist, Randy Overstreet roverstreet@cityoflaramie.org

(307) 721-5338

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Community Contact Information 800-660-9742

Laramie Girls’ Fastpitch

760-8224

Laramie Kempo Karate

Amber Travsky

742-5840

Laramie Lanes Bowling

1270 N. 3rd

745-3835

Parent Information Center

www.wpic.org

Adult Co-Ed Hockey Club

Ken Gerow

Alpine Tennis Association

www.alpinetennis.org

Altitude Fitness American Legion Baseball Crossfit Laramie Crossfit 7220 Eppson Center for Seniors Figure Skating Club Friends of Community Rec

www.altitudefitness307.com Hugh Lockhard

745-3798

laramiesoccer.org

Laramie Swim Club

www.laramieswimclub.org

1560 N. 3rd

Laramie Wrestling Club

Mark Gunnerson

745-7989

KSchulz@cityoflaramie.org

Laramie Youth Baseball

Crystal McFadden

766-6568

http://www.fcrlaramie.wixsite.com/friends

Laramie Youth Football

Jeremy Sell

760-7495

Katherine Schulz

745-5116

High Plains Archery Club

209 Cedar St

742-2965

Krav Maga Wyoming Martial Arts Laramie Amateur Hockey

www.discgolfscene.com/clubs/high_plains_disc_ golf_club

www.highplainsharriers.org Joe Jensen

745-3111

Derek Colling www.kravmagawyoming@gmail.com

Laramie 4-H Club Medicine Bow Nordic Assn. R.I.S.E. Sports Training UW Club Sports UW Indoor Tennis Facility

Andy Thompson

760-5605

UW Intramural Sports

Mike Harokopis

760-4797

WY Health Fairs

Laramie Civic Center

Mellissa Daniele

745-8000

Wyo School of Gymnastics

Laramie Fitness

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www.laramieball.com 208 E. McConnell St.

Mary Louise Wood

Med. Bow Mtn Bike Patrol

Laramie Bicycling Network Laramie Fire Basketball

www.laramieriflerange.com

www.crossfit7220.com

207-619-3575

Jacoby Golf Course

Rugby-laramierugby@gmail.com

Laramie Soccer Club

Joshua Kaffer

High Plains Harriers

Laramie Rifle Range

www.crossfitlaramie.com

Friends of Laramie Skate Pk High Plains Disc Golf Club

Laramie Lumberjacks

laramiegirlssoftball@gmail.com

Wyoming Territorial Park

721-2571 755-9260

www.medbownordic.org riseandball.com Adam Burke

766-6396

Edgar Clower Jr.

677-4331 766-6492

1-800-979-3711 Rob Mitchell

745-8302

Lynette Nelson

745-6161

742-8136

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City of laramie summer 2018 program guide final smallest  

Parks & Recreation Program offerings for the months of June, July & August 2018.

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Parks & Recreation Program offerings for the months of June, July & August 2018.

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