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SPRING/SUMMER 2014

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PROGRAM REGISTRATION

Cover Photo Credits: Recreation & Parks Department staff

For your convenience, there are five ways to register: Mail the completed registration form found in the back of this newsletter along with payment to:

INDEX Registration Information

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Youth Programs

3-10

Youth Sports

4, 5, 6

Youth Summer Camps

7

Lebanon Memorial Pool/Swim Lessons

8,9

Outdoor Adventures

10

Adult/Family Programs

11,12

Concerts and Special Events

13

End of Summer Celebration

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Community Activities

14

Active Living, Friends of Lebanon Rec

15

Thank you

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Library Programs

17

General Registration Form

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Other Community Recreation Services

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ACCESSIBILITY GUIDELINES The Lebanon Recreation & Parks Department is committed to providing facilities and programs which meet the needs of residents with disabilities. All facilities and programs are reviewed to insure access to persons with disabilities in accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act. Support will be available for persons needing individual assistance to participate in recreation programs. Interpreters will be provided to sign for the hearing impaired. All arrangements will be made on an individual basis. For more information, please contact Lebanon Recreation & Parks Office, 448-5121.

LEBANON RECREATION & PARKS DEPT. 51 NORTH PARK STREET LEBANON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 03766 Visit us at the Recreation & Parks Office prior to the program registration deadline, Mon thru Fri, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Drop your form along with payment in our convenient green drop box, located next to City Hall, available 24 hours a day. ON THE WEB! Register online by visiting www. recreation.lebnh.net.

REGISTRATION POLICIES 1. Please check program descriptions for specific registration information, including registration deadlines. 2. Registrations received after the registration deadline will be put on a wait list. As capacity allows, wait listed registrations will be added to the roster. $5 late-registration fee applies. 3. Scholarships may be available based on financial need. Any parents/ guardians that would like to discuss scholarship opportunities should contact the Recreation & Parks Department. 4. *Multiple child discounts are available for programs that don’t require special admission fees, and are run exclusively by Lebanon Recreation staff. Eligible programs are noted with a *. First child pays in full; each additional child in the same program from the same household receives a 10% discount, up to $10 per additional child. 5. Non-resident fees are listed with program descriptions. 6. Full payment is due upon registration. 7. No news is good news. We will contact you if there is a problem with your registration, or if a class is cancelled.

Check out the City’s website:

www.lebnh.net

8. Full refunds (less processing fee) are allowed up to the registration deadline. Requests for refunds afterwards must be submitted in writing and will be considered individually. All refunds are subject to a $5 refund processing fee. 9. Thank you for choosing a Lebanon Recreation & Parks Department Program!

GENERAL INFORMATION

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he Lebanon Recreation and Parks Department publishes program guides which are available in February and August through the schools, public libraries, Lebanon City Hall and online. Additional announcements appear in the local media.

Give the gift of recreation! Certificates are available year round!

Lebanon Recreation & Parks Department • 603.448.5121 • www.lebnh.net • recreation@lebcity.com

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

Please note! See Page 2 for registration policies including registration deadlines and multiple child discount opportunities.

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A series of fun-filled outdoor after school activities to local parks, conservation lands, and play spaces for children in Grades K-4. A chance to hang out with your friends and to make new ones. All 3 activities, snacks and transportation included in one low price! DATES: Wednesdays (#37204A) 3/19 - Competition Complex, Enfield, NH (#37204B) 4/23 - Upper Valley Aquatic Center, WRJ, VT (#37204C) 5/21 - Fun & Games, Riverside Park, Lebanon, NH REGISTRATION DEADLINE: March 12 PICK-UP TIMES: 3:00 p.m. at Mt. Lebanon School 3:15 p.m. at Hanover Street School RETURN TIME: 5:00 p.m. to Lebanon City Hall FEE: Residents - $25 Non-Residents - $37 TRIP LEADER: Krissy Flythe MINIMUM: 6 MAXIMUM: 10

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APRIL BREAKAWAY

5TH-8TH ADVENTURES

o school! Ages 12-16, take advantage of school vacation for some fun April adventures! Bring a lunch and beverage for the trips. Transportation provided! TRIP INFORMATION: Mon. April 14 & Tues. April 15 (#37205F) - Jay Peak Resort, Vt Skiing and Indoor Water Park. Ski, Ride, Slip, slide & splash! Overnight with slipping & sliding day one and skiing & riding day two. FEE: Residents - $140 Non-Residents - $170 MINIMUM/MAXIMUM: 8 Wed. April 16 (#37205C) - NH Fisher Cat’s vs. New Britain Rock Cats Northeast Delta Dental Stadium, Manchester, NH FEE: Residents - $15 Non-Residents - $22 MINIMUM/MAXIMUM: 12 Thurs. April 17 (#37205C) - Mel’s Funway, Litchfield, NH. Go-karts, mini golf, laser tag and more! FEE: Residents - $75 Non-Residents - $95 MINIMUM/MAXIMUM: 12 Friday. April 18 (#37205D) - Strategy Zone, Goshen, NH Outdoor laser tag. Dress to play in the woods! FEE: Residents - $25 Non-Residents - $37 MINIMUM: 6 MAXIMUM: 12 REGISTRATION DEADLINE: April 1 TIMES/LOCATION: Leave from Lebanon City Hall at 9:00 a.m. and return by 5:00 p.m. TRIP LEADER: Krissy Flythe

FIRST TEE OF NH GOLF PROGRAM

ROMP AND STOMP*

or children ages 2-4. Join us for a mixture of movement exploration, finger play, music activities, parachute games and more! A great opportunity for group interaction and socialization. Parent participation helps children enjoy this funfilled activity period! DAYS: Thursdays SESSION DATES AND TIMES: March 27 - May 15 (no class on 4/17) (#27103A) - 9:00 - 9:30 a.m. (#27103B) - 9:45 -10:15 a.m. (#27103C) - 10:45-11:15 a.m. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: March 13 LOCATION: Kilton Library, West Lebanon 37 7 FEE: Residents - $25 Non-Residents - $37 INSTRUCTOR: Dori Willeman MINIMUM: 5/class MAXIMUM: 12/class

ROCK CLIMBING AFTER SCHOOL ADVENTURES: Time to get active by learning how to rock climb. Come take three classes to teach you the basics of climbing, belaying, & more! LOCATION: Green Mountain Rock Climbing Center; Quechee, VT. DAY/DATES: Thursdays - March 20, April 24, May 22 TIME: Pick up from Lebanon Middle School - 2:35 p.m., return to behind City Hall at 5:30 p.m. FEE: $30/three lessons REGISTRATION DEADLINE: March 13 MINIMUM/MAXIMUM: 10 TRIP LEADER: Krissy Flythe SUNAPEE CANOPY ZIP- LINE TOUR & PLAY ALL DAY: It is time to get zip lining! Must be 10 years old or older and weigh between 80 and 260 pounds. Then let’s try some mini golf, disc golf, and maybe the beach! Bring a lunch and water bottle. LOCATION: Mt. Sunapee, Newbury, NH DAY/DATE: Friday, July 18 TIME: Leave from behind Lebanon City Hall at 8:45 a.m.; return by 5:00 p.m. FEE: $125.00 REGISTRATION DEADLINE: June 18 MINIMUM/MAXIMUM: 7 TRIP LEADERS: Recreation Staff

(Make checks payable to Fore U Golf))

Sessions will take place at the Fore-U Golf Center/Carter Country Club. Register for both spring and summer sessions at either the Recreation Department or at Fore U Golf. For more info about the First Tee of NH at Fore-U golf, visit www.foreugolf.com or www.thefirstteenh.org. AGE

DATES

DAY

7-10

4/15, 4/16 4/26, 5/3, 5/10

Tues., Wed., Saturdays

4/15, 4/16 4/26, 5/3, 5/10

TIME 12:30-3 p.m. 11-12 p.m.

FEE $125/spring session

Min: 3

Max: 8

11-17

4/17, 4/18 4/26, 5/3, 5/10

Thurs., Fri., Saturdays

4/17, 4/18 4/26, 5/3, 5/10

12:30-3 p.m. 1-2 p.m.

$125/spring session

Min: 3

Max: 8

7-10

6/24, 6/25 7/11, 7/18, 7/25, 8/1

Tues., Wed., Fridays

6/24, 6/25 7/11, 7/18, 7/25, 8/1

1-3:30 p.m. 11-12 p.m.

$135/summer session

Min: 3

Max: 8

11-14

6/26, 6/27 7/11, 7/18, 7/25, 8/1

Thurs., Fri., Fridays

6/26, 6/27 7/11, 7/18, 7/25, 8/1

1-3:30 p.m. 1-2 p.m.

$135/summer session

Min: 3

Max: 8

15-17

7/1, 7/2 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30

Tues., Wed., Wednesdays

7/1, 7/2 8:30 a.m.-11 a.m. 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30 12-1 p.m.

$135/summer session

Min: 3

Max: 8

5-6

6/26, 7/10, 7/17

Thursdays

11 a.m. - 12 p.m.

$40/summer session

Min: 3

Max: 8

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MINIMUM/MAXIMUM


SPRING SPORTS Please note! Volunteer coaches are needed for all spring sports. See Page 2 for registration policies including registration deadlines & multiple child discount opportunities. Practice days and times subject to change due to volunteer coaches’ availability.

FEE: Residents - $30

3RD - 6TH GRADE GIRLS SOFTBALL*

Non-residents - $45

Interscholastic traveling teams. Participants must supply their own glove. GRADE

CODE

DATES

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

REG. DEADLINE

3rd-4th 5th-6th

31261A

3/25-5/29

T, TH

4:30-6:00 p.m.

Civic Memorial Park

March 14

31262A

3/24-5/30

M, W, F

4:30-6:00 p.m.

Old LJHS

March 14

BOYS/GIRLS LACROSSE* 1ST- 8TH GRADE

FEE: 1st-2nd Grade - Residents - $20 3rd-6th Grade - Residents - $30 7th-8th Grade - Residents - $45

Non-residents - $30 Non-residents - $45 Non-residents - $65

Instructional and interscholastic play. 5th-8th practices may begin indoors at the Witherell Recreation Center & move outdoors as weather permits. Equipment requirements: 1st-2nd - Lax stick. 3rd-8th - stick, gloves, mouth guard, cleats, shoulder/elbow pads and helmet (boys only), eye goggles (girls only). (Girls teams may practice in Plainfield as well, depending on number of registrations.)

GRADE

CODE

DATES

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

REG. DEADLINE

1st-2rd Coed Boys 3rd-4th Girls 3rd-4th Boys 5th-6th Girls 5th-6th

31270A

4/26-5/17

SA

10:00-11:00 a.m.

TBD

April 11

31271A

4/1-5/31

T, TH

4:30-6:00 p.m.

TBD

March 20

31271B

4/1-5/31

T, TH

4:30-6:00 p.m.

TBD

March 20

31275A

3/25-5/31

T, TH

4:30-6:00 p.m.

TBD

March 14

31375A

3/25-5/31

T, TH

4:30-6:00 p.m.

TBD

March 14

Boys 7th-8th

31376A

3/24-5/31

M, W, F

5:00-6:30 p.m.

TBD

March 14

Girls 7th-8th

31377A

3/24-5/31

M, W, F

4:30-6:00 p.m.

TBD

March 14

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS/GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD*

FEE: Residents - $45

Non-residents - $65

5th-8th Grade Track is an interscholastic traveling track program where participants learn the basics of running and field events. Meets conclude with Connecticut Valley Championships. Practices begin indoors at Witherell Recreation Center, and move outdoors as weather permits. GRADE

CODE

DATES

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

REG. DEADLINE

Coed 5th-8th

31368A

Indoor: 3/25-4/10

T, TH

3:00-4:00 p.m.

Witherell Rec.Center

March 14

Outdoor: 4/21-5/29

M-TH

5:00-6:15 p.m.

LHS Track

ATHLETES UNITED MULTI-SPORT RECREATION A FREE organized and fun recreation sports league, directed and coached by Dartmouth athletes in an effort to provide Lebanon children with a positive extracurricular activity, building confidence, friendships, and mentoring relationships. Seven game days and six weeks of practice. GRADE

CODE

DATES

DAY / TIME

LOCATION

COACH/MENTOR

3rd-6th

41201A Spring

4/6-5/18

Sunday - 3-4:30 p.m. Thursday - 6-7:00 p.m

Sun-Boss Tennis Center, Dartmouth Thurs-Civic Memorial Park

Dartmouth Student Athletes

3rd-6th

41201B Summer

6/29-8/10

Sunday - 3-4:30 p.m. Tuesday - 6-7:00 p.m

Sun-Collis Porch - Dartmouth Tues-Civic Memorial Park BB Courts

Dartmouth Student Athletes

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SUMMER SPORTS Please note! Volunteer coaches are needed for all summer sports. See Page 2 for registration policies including registration deadlines & multiple child discount opportunities. Practice days and times subject to change due to volunteer coaches’ availability.

SUMMER TRACK AND FIELD*

FEE: Residents - $30

Non-residents - $45

Open to youth ages 8-14 this program offers instruction in basic running events (sprints and distance), jumping and throwing. Children must be at least 8 years of age by start of program. Ages 9-14 as of December 31, 2014 may compete in the Hershey District Meet where they can attempt to qualify for the NH State meet. A copy of each participant’s birth certificate must be provided at time of registration. DISTRICT MEET: To be announced STATE MEET: To be announced AGE

CODE

DATES

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

REG. DEADLINE

8-14

31468A

5/6-7/1

T, TH

6:15 - 7:30 p.m.

Lebanon H.S. Track

April 19

SUMMER BASEBALL*

FEE: Residents - $45

Non-Residents - $67

Traveling teams participate in the local Babe Ruth League in the following divisions: Prep (must be 13 by 8/1/14; Jr. Babe (must be 14 or 15 by 8/1/14); Sr. Babe (must be 16 -18 by 8/1/14). Resident registration is on-going. Non-resident registration begins April 15. Minimum: 12 Maximum: 18 DIVISION

CODE

DATES

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

REG. DEADLINE

Prep

41386A

6/17-7/24

T, TH, S

6:00-8:00 p.m.

Eldridge Park

June 2

Junior Babe

41387A

6/16-7/23

M, W, F

6:00-8:00 p.m.

Eldridge Park

June 2

Senior Babe

41388A

6/16-7/23

M, W, F

4:00-6:00 p.m.

Eldridge Park

June 2

PRE-SCHOOL - 8TH GRADE TENNIS*

PRESCHOOL FEES: Residents - $20 GRADES K-8 FEES: Residents - $30

Non-Residents - $30 Non-Residents - $45

Foam balls, small racquets and other modified equipment make this a fun introduction to the game for younger players. Racquets will be provided or participants may bring their own. Please note: lessons will be conducted outdoors. In the event of a rain cancellation, every attempt will be made to make up the missed lesson. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 10 GRADE

CODE

DATES

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

REG. DEADLINE

Pre

41101A

7/1-7/24

Tues & Thurs

9:00-9:30 a.m.

Seminary Hill Courts

June 20

K-3

41293A

7/1-7/24

Tues & Thurs

9:45-10:45 a.m

Seminary Hill Courts

June 20

4-8

41294A

7/1-7/24

Tues & Thurs

11:00 a.m.-noon

Seminary Hill Courts

June 20

TACKLE FOOTBALL*

CAMP FEE: Residents - $20 SEASON FEE: Residents - $75

Non-Residents - $30 Non-Residents - $95

Conditioning camp teaches the fundamentals and does not involve contact. Regular season involves full protective gear provided by the program (player must provide their own mouthguard), & travel in the Twin State Snowbelt League. SESSION

CODE

GRADE

DATES

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

DEADLINE

Conditioning Camp

11214A

4th-6th

August 4 August 7

Mon-Thurs

5:00-7:00 p.m.

LHS Practice Field

July 14

Regular Season

11214B

4th-5th 6th

August 11 November 1

Mon, Tu, Th

5:30-7:30 p.m.

LHS Practice Field

July 21

FOOTBALL CHEERLEADING*

FEE: Residents - $20

Non-Residents - $30

Uniforms provided. For first two weeks only, practices will be Mon-Thurs. Games on Saturdays, times to be announced. GRADE

CODE

DATE

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

REG. DEADLINE

3-7

47231A

Aug 12-Oct 25

To be determined

To be determined

LHS Practice Field

July 29

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FALL SPORTS PREVIEW Please note! Volunteer coaches are needed for all Fall sports. See Page 2 for registration policies including registration deadlines & multiple child discount opportunities. Practice days and times subject to change due to volunteer coaches’ availability. K-2ND GRADE SOCCER*

FEE: Residents - $20 20

N Non-Residents R id t - $30

An introduction to the basics of soccer for boys & girls. Pre-school soccer offered for 3-4 year olds. GRADE

CODE

DATES

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

REG. DEADLINE

Pre

11201A

Sept 6-Oct 11

Saturdays

10:00-10:45 a.m.

Eldridge Park

August 22

K

11201B

Sept 6-Oct 11

Saturdays

11:00 a.m.-Noon

Eldridge Park

August 22

1st

11201C

Sept 6-Oct 11

Saturdays

9:00-10:00 a.m.

Eldridge Park

August 22

2nd

11201D

Sept 9-Oct 2

Tues,Thurs

5:00-6:00 p.m.

Elks Field

August 22

3RD-4TH GRADE SOCCER*

FEE: Residents - $30

Non-Residents - $45

Separate girls and boys teams play six on six with some interscholastic games, some of which will be scheduled on Saturdays. Program focuses on skill development, fun and friendships! Participants must provide their own mouthguard, shin guards, and cleats. End of season jamboree: Saturday, October 18 GRADE

CODE

DATES

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

REG. DEADLINE

3-4 Girls

11202A

Sept 3-Oct 18

Wed & Fri

5:15-6:30 p.m.

Civic Memorial Park

August 20

3-4 Boys

11202C

Sept 3-Oct 18

Wed & Fri

5:15-6:30 p.m.

Civic Memorial Park

August 20

5TH-8TH GRADE SOCCER*

FEE: 5th-6th - Res.- $30; Non-Res.- $45

7th-8th - Res.- $45; Non-Res.- $65

Traveling interscholastic teams. Some games will be on Saturdays. Participants must provide their own mouthguard, shin guards, and cleats. Proof of physical required for 7th-8th grade players. Black uniform shorts and socks are required and may be purchased at your local sporting goods store. GRADE

5-6 Boys

CODE

DATES

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

REG. DEADLINE

11205A Aug 27-Oct 17

Mon, Wed, Fri

5:00-6:30 p.m.

Old LJHS Basin Field

August 13

Mon, Wed, Fri

5-6 Girls

11203A Aug 27-Oct 17

5:30-6:30 p.m.

Old LJHS Basin Field

August 13

7-8 Boys

11307A Aug 11-Oct 30 Mon,Tues,Thurs

4:00-5:30 p.m.

Eldridge Park

July 28

7-8 Girls

11306A Aug 11-Oct 30 Mon,Tues,Thurs

4:30-6:00 p.m.

Civic Memorial Park

July 28

FIELD HOCKEY*

FEE: Residents - $30

Non-Residents - $45

Learn basic field hockey skills and play games. Uniform shirt is provided by the Recreation & Parks Dept. Other loaner equipment may be available. Participants must provide stick, mouthguard, goggles, shin guards, and cleats. GRADE

CODE

DATES

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

REG. DEADLINE

3-6

11207B

Aug 19-Oct 16

Tues & Thurs

5:00-6:30 p.m.

Old LJHS Basin Field

August 5

NEW...COMING THIS FALL! NFL FLAG FOOTBALL Coed NFL Flag Football for ages 5 -17. NFL FLAG is a fun and exciting sport. Wear NFL Gear, improve your game, stay active and have fun! Check em’ out at www.nflflag.com and stay tuned for more information!

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YOUTH SUMMER CAMPS CAMP KALEIDOSCOPE

SPORTS CAMPS RACK AND FIELD CAMP*: (#41701A) For boys and girls ages 8-14, this camp offers instruction in running and field events. Events will include 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, relays, hurdles, long jump, high jump, throwing! DAYS/DATES: Monday - Friday, June 23 - June 27 REGISTRATION DEADLINE: June 16 TIMES: 9:00 a.m.-Noon LOCATION: Lebanon H.S. Track FEE*: Residents - $45 Non-residents - $65 COACH: Kevin Lozeau, Lebanon HS Track Coach TO REGISTER: General Registration Form, page 18 MINIMUM: 10 MAXIMUM: None

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BRITISH CHALLENGER SOCCER CAMP: A fun coed soccer program for ages 3-14, that focuses on teaching key techniques and developing the whole child. The British soccer coaches are talented, trained, and have the high energy required to be on the field with your children. CAMP DAYS/DATES: Camp I: Monday - Friday, July 7 - July 11 Camp II: Monday - Friday, August 4 - August 8 TIMES: First Kicks (Ages 3-4) - 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. - $62 Mini Soccer (Ages 5-6) - 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. - $92 Half Day (ages 7-14) - 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. - $123 Full Day (ages 9-14) - 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. - $184 LOCATION: Eldridge Park FEES: See above (payable to Challenger Sports). Includes free soccer ball and t-shirt if registered prior to registration deadline. COACHES: Challenger Sports staff TO REGISTER: Use separate registration form available at the Recreation Office or register at www.challengersports.com. FREE JERSEY DEADLINES: Camp I - May 23 Camp II - June 6

ETRA BRAZIL SOCCER CCER CAMP CAMP: T Tetra t B Brazilil Soccer Academy offers unique programs of technical development that challenge each player to raise their game to new heights. The Tetra Brazil curriculum has been designed by our professional coaches to provide teams, coaches and players with the same expert level of training received by the top youth players in Brazil. CAMP DAYS/DATES: Monday - Friday, July 21 - July 25 TIMES: Half Day (ages 7-15) - 9:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. - $139 Full Day (ages 8-15) - 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. - $184 LOCATION: Eldridge Park FEES: See above (payable to Challenger Sports). Includes free soccer ball and t-shirt if registered prior to registration deadline. COACHES: Challenger Sports staff TO REGISTER: Use separate registration form available at the Recreation Office or register at www.challengersports.com. FREE JERSEY DEADLINE: June 6

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BASIC CAMP K: For youth ages 5-11. s Arts & crafts, games/sports, exciting electives, trips to State parks & attractions, and swim lessons. Guaranteed fun with a throughly trained, enthusiastic staff! LEADERSHIP CAMP K: Specially designed for 11-13. Campers learn leadership skills, enjoy field trips, hiking & other activities! Team building with outdoor adventure, art, and community service activities. CAMP DATES: June 30 - August 8, Monday - Friday (no camp 7/4) CAMP TIMES: 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. LOCATION: TBA CAMP FEES: Residents - $140/week Non-residents- $180/week Residents (7/4 week) - $112/wk Non-residents (7/4 week) - $144/wk (*Multiple child discount available. See page 2 for details.) REGISTRATION: Register online at www.recreation.lebnh.net or visit the office to obtain a registration packet. Resident registration begins March 3 and non-resident registration begins March 17.

CAMP K HITS THE ROAD

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ges 5-13 Hit the Road! Have fun with the Camp Kaleidoscope staff for one last week of field trips! Trips depart from behind Lebanon City Hall. You supply the lunch and snacks. We supply the transportation & entrance fees. Space is limited so sign up early to avoid missing out on the FUN! Use general registration form. DAYS/DATES/TIMES: Monday-Thurs, August 11-14; 7 a.m.-5 p.m. SCHEDULED TRIPS: (#44201A) 8/11 - Sunapee Lake, Sunapee, NH (Max: 40) (#44201B) 8/12 - Canobie Lake Park, Salem, NH (Max: 50) (#44201C) 8/13 - Wallis Sands State Beach, Rye, NH (Max: 40) (#44201D) 8/14 - Whale’s Tale Waterpark, Lincoln, NH (Max: 50) FEES: Residents - $35/day Non-residents- $55/day

SUMMER THEATER with NCCT (#42230A) For ages 8-14. Be part of a show created by and starred in by you! Learn the ins & outs of making a show with instruction from North Country Community Theatre’s Educational Company! If you enroll more than 1 child, each additional child will be $120 each. Dates and times subject to change. CLASS DATES: Monday-Friday, July 7 - July 23 TIMES: 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Location TBA PERFORMANCE DATE/TIME: Wed, July 23, 5:30 p.m. FEE: Residents - $180 Non-residents - $200 Make check payable to North Country Community Theatre. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: June 16 DIRECTOR: Jeff Good MINIMUM: 15 MAXIMUM: 20

CATV VIDEO CAMPS The beginner camps will consist of shorter productions that will give your child a taste of acting, directing, and more! The advanced camps will consist of longer productions with more theme based projects. Beyond advance will expand even futher with skills. Students should feel confident in video taping, directing, acting, editing with Final Cut Pro, and collaborating with a group! BEGINNER CAMP DATES (Grades 5-8): 7/14-7/17; 7/28-7/31 ADVANCED CAMP DATES (Grades 6-9): 7/21-7/25; 8/4-8/8 BEYOND ADVANCED (Grades 6-9): 8/11-8/15 COMPETITION WEEK (Grades 5-9): 8/18-8/22 TIMES: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. LOCATION: CATV Studio, Tip Top Building, White River Jct. FEE: $150.00 TO REGISTER: www.recreation.lebnh.net FOR MORE INFO: Call CATV at (603)678-4570.

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LEBANON MEMORIAL POOL Pumping Station Road, Lebanon, NH

(603)448-2058

Join us again this year at the Lebanon Veteran’s Memorial Pool featuring these great amenities: * 25 yard x 8 lane instruction pool *Memorial plaque honoring war veterans * 0’ to 4’ deep splash pool with spray features *Expanded deck and lawn area for family picnics * Bathhouse and lifeguard stations as well as a picnic pavillion.

POOL RATES

POOL DATES TO REMEMBER

DAILY:

Youth (age 5 and under): Free Youth (through age 17): Residents - $1 Non-residents - $4 Adult (age 18 and older): Residents - $2 Non-residents - $5 Senior Citizen (age 60 and older): Residents - $1 Non-residents - $4

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OOL OPENS: Monday, June 16

PRE-SEASON POOL SCHEDULE: Weekdays - 4:00-7:00 p.m. Saturdays - Noon-7:00 p.m. Sundays - Noon-5:00 p.m.

SEASON PASSES: Youth: Residents - $40 Non-residents - $70 Adult: Residents - $50 Non-residents - $85 Seniors: Residents - $40 Non-residents - $70 Family of 3 (must include at least 1 child and 1 adult): Residents - $60 Non-residents - $100 Each additional person: $15

DAILY POOL SCHEDULE (see below) BEGINS: first day of summer vacation JULY 4TH: Pool is open until 4:00 p.m. POOL CLOSES: Saturday, August 23

PLEASE NOTE: *Pool passes sold at the Recreation & Parks office or at the pool. Lost or destroyed pool passes will be replaced for a $5 fee. *Any lost and found items remaining at the pool on closing day will be donated to the LISTEN Center.

DAILY POOL SCHEDULE MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY: Adult Lap Swim: Noon-1:00 p.m. Open Swim: 1:00-3:50 p.m. Families & Adults*: 4:10-7:00 p.m.

SPLASH BASH POOL PARTY! Come enjoy the summer with a splash! Bring the whole family for pool games, music, face painting and much more ... join us! DATE: Saturday, July 19 (Rain date, July 20) TIMES: 1:00-5:00 p.m. FEE: $1/person LOCATION: Lebanon Memorial Pool

(*Ages 13 and under must have adult supervision.)

SATURDAY & SUNDAY: Adult Lap Swim: Noon-1:00 p.m. Open Swimming: Saturday - 1:00-7:00 p.m. Sunday - 1:00-5:00 p.m.

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SWIMMING LESSONS LESSON DATES: SESSION I: June 23 - July 11 SESSION II: July 14 - Aug. 1 SESSION III: Aug. 4 - Aug. 22 All ability levels are taught in each session.

REGISTRATION: Registration deadlines deadlines:: SESSION I: June 16 SESSION II: July 7 SESSION III: July 28 (Please use registration form found on Page 18. Remember to include your class code & session date. Please note: Classes that do not have minimum enrollment will be cancelled or combined as of the deadline dates above. Please see Page 2 for the Registration Policies including registration deadlines/multiple child discount opportunities.

PRE-SCHOOL LESSONS*

FEE: Residents - $30

Non-residents - $45

3-5 yr. olds who are less than 3’6” tall will learn water adjustment, kicking, arm strokes, going under water, floating and jumping in. Each child must be accompanied by an adult in the water.

CLASS

CODE

DAYS

TIME

MIN.

MAX.

Tiny Tots - AM classes

43700A

Tues/Fri

11:30-Noon

5

10

Tiny Tots - PM classes

43700B

Tues/Thurs

5:30-6 p.m.

5

10

YOUTH LESSONS-ARC LEVEL I*

FEE: Residents - $40

Non-residents - $60

For safety, your child must be at least 5 years old. Floating, breath holding, jumping in, safety in the water, refining arm strokes & kicking techniques will be taught. 30 min. class.

CODE

DAYS

TIME

MIN.

MAX.

ARC Level I

CLASS

43700C

Mon through Fri

8:30 a.m.

6

10

ARC Level I

43700D

Mon through Fri

9:00 a.m.

6

10

ARC Level I

43700E

Mon through Fri

9:30 a.m.

6

10

ARC Level I

43700F

Mon through Fri

10:00 a.m.

6

10

YOUTH LESSONS-ARC LEVEL II*

FEE: Residents - $40

Non-residents - $60

For children who can float on front and back, flutter kick and hold their breath under water. Students learn rhythmic breathing, arm strokes, survival floating and deep water adjustment. 45 min. class

CODE

DAYS

TIME

MIN.

MAX.

ARC Level II

CLASS

43702A

Mon through Fri

8:15 a.m.

6

10

ARC Level II

43702B

Mon through Fri

9:00 a.m.

6

10

ARC Level II

43702C

Mon through Fri

9:45 a.m.

6

10

YOUTH LESSONS-ARC LEVEL III* FEE: Residents - $40

Non-residents - $60

For children who can swim the crawl stroke and the combined stroke on their back for 20’ each and have mastered jumping into deep water alone. The crawl stroke is perfected and survival skills and basic diving techniques are taught. 45 min. class.

CLASS

CODE

DAYS

TIME

MIN.

MAX.

ARC Level III

43703A

Mon through Fri

9:00 a.m.

6

12

ARC Level III

43703B

Mon through Fri

9:45 a.m.

6

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YOUTH LESSONS-ARC LEVEL IV* FEE: Residents - $40

GENERAL INFO! 1. All lessons are American Red Cross sanctioned. 2. Please observe ability level guidelines when registering your child. 3. The Pool Director reserves the right to transfer students to the proper class level. 4. Poor weather may cause cancellation of lessons. Please check your e-mail, visit our website for cancellation notices, or call the pool at (603)448-2058. Please note: Participants who wish to register for more than one swim session will be put on a waiting list and enrolled in the second or third sessions as space allows.

Non-residents - $60

For children who can perform a coordinated crawl stroke (with breathing) for 25 yards, can jump into deep water. Survival swimming skills taught as well as elementary backstroke & diving. 45 min. class.

CLASS

CODE

DAYS

TIME

MIN.

MAX.

ARC Level IV

43704A

Mon through Fri

9:00 a.m.

6

15

ARC Level IV

43704B

Mon through Fri

9:45 a.m.

6

15

YOUTH LESSONS-ARC LEVEL V*

FEE: Residents - $40

Non-residents - $60

For swimmers who are proficient at the crawl, elementary backstroke and basic survival skills. Breaststroke, sidestroke, endurance and safety skills are stressed. 45 min. class

CODE

DAYS

TIME

MIN.

MAX.

ARC Level V

CLASS

43705A

Mon through Fri

9:00 a.m.

6

15

ARC Level V

43705B

Mon through Fri

9:45 a.m.

6

15

YOUTH LESSONS-ARC LEVEL VI* FEE: Residents - $40

Non-residents - $60

For swimmers who have completed the intermediate class skills. Perfection of strokes and advanced safety skills will be taught. 45 min. class

CODE

DAYS

TIME

MIN.

MAX.

ARC Level VI

CLASS

43706A

Mon through Fri

9:00 a.m.

6

15

ARC Level VI

43706B

Mon through Fri

9:45 a.m.

6

15

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURES or youth age es 12 2-17 7! Outd doo or ad dve entu ure pro ogrram ms have e a min nimu um enrollme ent of 5 an nd a maxiimu um of 8, so pleas se siign up earlyy to be sure e an nd gett in on the e fu un! Trip locattionss are e sub bjecct to cha ang ge. See Page 2 forr re egisstra ation policcies inclu udin ng re egisstrattion n de eadline es and multiple e child disscount oppo ortun nitie es. Unlles ss othe erw wise e sp pec cifi fied,, regis strattion dea adlin ne is 1 we eek k be eforre the sta art of eac ch trip. Afte er th hat date e, $5 5 la ate fee willl be e charrge ed. Trip Leaders s/Instru ucto ors:: Re ecre eation Sta aff

BROMLEY MOUNTAIN ADVENTURES

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ome check out the sunny side of the mountain at Bromley! We are going to tackle everything Bromley has to offer such as the Mountain Adventure Park, Aerial Adventures, and the Sun Mountain Flyer! MAXIMUM: 7 DAY/DATE: Friday, July 11 TIMES: Meet at 9:00 a.m., return by 5:00 p.m. FEE: $79 (payable to Bromley Mt. day of trip) $5 payable to City of Lebanon upon registration. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Monday, June 2 TRIP REQUIREMENTS: * Must be under 265 lbs for Aerial Adventure * Must be at least 48” tall and between 75-265 lbs to ride the Sun Mountain Flyer * Most rides must be 48” tall and weigh between 30-265 lbs

ROC CK CLIM MBIN NG* Skille ed in nstru uctorrs will te eacch yo ou how w to o cliimb b, be e safe e, and minim mize e ourr imp pactt on the e en nviro onm men nt. Are e yo ou alre ead dy expe erienced? ? Come e sh how w us your mad d skillss an nd devvelo op new oness. All prrofesssio onal insstructio on, hellme ets, clim mbing g equip pment and transsporrtattion pro ovid ded! DAY//DAT TES S/LO OCAT TIONS S/TIM MES S: Mo ondayss June e 30 - #4 4730 00B - Lyyme e, NH 9:00 a.m m.- 5:0 00 p.m m. July 7 - #473 300C C - Rum mne ey, NH 7:3 30 a.m m. - 3:3 30 p.m m. FEE:: Re eside entss - $3 30/ttrip Non n-re esid den nts - $4 45//trip p TEEN N KA AYA AKIN NG* We’lll havve exxciting adve entu uress on n po ond ds & rivverss with sta aff certifi fied in Wilde erness Firsst Aid and kayyakking insstru uction.. Learn pa addle e strroke es, wet exitts, how w to o lau uncch and d land and d hand dling a bo oat in a varriety y of wa ater condition ns. Bo oat ren ntall, kaya ak insstrucction n, pa addlle & PF FD’ss in nclu uded d. Exp perrien nced padd dlers wellcom me! DAY//DAT TES S/DE ESTINAT TIO ONS S: Tuessda ays July 1 - #473 301B - Graffton n Po ond, Graftton, NH H July 8 - #473 301C C - Ct Rive er To our (Rtt 13 32 - Wilde er, VT) TIME ES: Mee et att 9:3 30 a.m.., Ciity Halll. Return tim me varriess. FEE:: Re eside entss - $3 30/ttrip Non n-re esid dentts - $4 45/ttrip IN TH HE WILDER RNE ESS S* Our wilde erne ess dayss giv ve you an exttra cha ancce to o expe erie encce our outdo oor playygou und! Equipme entt pro ovid ded d. DAY//DAT TES S/DE ESTINAT TIO ONS S: Wed dne esda ays s/Th hurssda ayss Wed., Ju uly 2 - #433 303A A- Stan nd-u up Pad ddle e Bo oard din ng Wed., Ju uly 9 - #433 303B B- Tubing, Wh hite e Riverr Thurrs.,July 10 - #43 330 03C C- Sttrate egyy Zo one e Ou utdo oorr La ase er Ta ag TIME ES: Dep part 9:00 0 a.m. from m City Ha all. Retturn n va arie es. FEE:: Re eside entss - $3 30/d dayy No on-resside entss - $45 5/da ay

CANOPY ZIP LINE “SUPERMAN” TOURS Fly through the tree tops, through the beautiful Connecticut River valley forest of maples, oaks, and pines. Begin from the top of Morningside Mt. with a vista of the valley where hang gliders have been flying since 1974. Our course is designed so almost everyone can do it. It is an ACCT Certified Course designed with 2 cables for redundancy. This is the ultimate zip line experience consisting of a total of 7 zip lines, one of which is almost 4 football fields in length. Plus two suspension bridges, one of which is over 50′ in length. After lunch we’ll do some kayaking on the Connecticut River! LOCATION: Morningside Adventure Park, Charlestown, NH DAY/DATE: Thursday, July 3 TIMES: Meet at 8:30 a.m.; return by 5:30 p.m. MAXIMUM: 7 (Must be between 70 lbs - 275 lbs) FEE: Residents - $115 Non-residents - $135 REGISTRATION DEADLINE: May 21

ADVENTURE CAMPS

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AYAKING CAMP UNO* (#43302A): This week introduces and builds upon the same skills as Teen Kayaking. Explore different water including the Connecticut River, North Hartland Lake and an overnight. Boat rental, instruction, paddle gear, PFDs, and all EMS overnight equipment provided. DAYS/DATES: Monday - Thursday, July 14 - July 17 TIMES: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. LOCATION: Meet at Lebanon City Hall FEE: Residents - $110 Non-residents - $140 (Additional fee for overnight food expense to be determined.)

KAYAKING CAMP DOS* (#43302B): This week offers more of what you love to do! We check out different water including another section of the Connecticut River, Grafton Pond, and an overnight. Boat rental, instruction, paddle gear, PFDs, and all EMS overnight equipment provided. DAYS/DATES: Monday - Thursday, July 21 - July 24 TIMES: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. LOCATION: Meet at Lebanon City Hall FEE: Residents - $110 Non-residents - $140 (Additional fee for overnight food expense to be determined.) SOAR CAMP* (#43300A): Experience a variety of outdoor adventures including kayaking, hiking, rock climbing, and an overnight! EMS overnight equipment provided. DAYS/DATES: Monday - Thursday, July 28 - July 31 TIMES: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. LOCATION: Meet at Lebanon City Hall FEE: Residents - $110 Non-residents - $140 (Additional fee for overnight food expense to be determined.) APPALACHIAN TRAIL THRU HIKE* (#43301A): Now that we have hiked the AT in New Hampshire, we are on to a series of hikes taking us along the Appalachian Trail in VT. Trip preparation on Monday will include a loaded pack hike up Cardigan Mountain. Depart Tuesday morning for overnight trip. DAYS/DATES: Monday - Friday, August 4 - August 8 TIMES: Meet at 9:00 a.m. on Monday morning LOCATION: Storrs Hill Ski Lodge FEE: Residents - $110 Non-residents - $140 (Additional fee for overnight food expense to be determined.)

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ADULT PROGRAMS SAVVY SENIOR TRIPS For those 55 years of age or better! Please note: Unless otherwise specified, there is a minimum of 6 and a maximum of 12 participants and payment is due at the time of registration, non-refundable one week prior to trip date. All trips leave from behind Lebanon City Hall and return to same location.

WORTHY KITCHEN DINER A different kind of trip! Let’s go out to dinner and enjoy the atmosphere at the Worthy Kitchen Diner in Woodstock, VT. Enjoy some craft beer at this comfy spot! DATE: Wednesday, April 30, 2014 TIME: Depart 3:30 p.m.; return by 7 p.m. TRIP LEADER: Krissy Flythe TRIP FEE: $5 payable to City of Lebanon and bring money for dinner

CADILLAC CUISINE CLUB Cadillac Cuisine is a noon-time dining out event for seniors to local senior centers! All trips leave from behind City Hall. DATES/LOCATIONS: Thurs. March 27: 10:30 a.m. - Barre, VT Mon. April 21: 10:45 a.m. - Bradford, VT Thurs. May 15: 10:30 a.m. - Ludlow, VT Mon. June 9: 10:45 a.m. - Randolph, VT TRIP LEADER: Krissy Flythe LUNCHEON FEE: $3-$9 payable at door

MERRIMACK OUTLETS Come enjoy a day at the outlets in Merrimack, NH! Get those graduation gifts, or treat yourself for a day of shopping, food, and fun! Lunch at noon at the Merrimack Food Court. DATE: Wednesday, June 4 TIME: Depart 9:00 a.m.; return 5:00 p.m. TRIP LEADER: Krissy Flythe TRIP FEE: $5 payable to City of Lebanon and bring money for shopping and lunch

ADULT SOFTBALL Join your friends & coworkers for some friendly competition on the softball field! Mandatory Team Meeting: Thursday, March 6 Meeting Time/Location: 7:00 p.m., Salt Hill Pub ELIGIBLE PLAYERS: H.S. Grad or 18 yrs & up DATES OF PLAY: early-May thru early-August NEED A TEAM?: 448-5121

U.V. ULTIMATE FRISBEE LEAGUE 8 weeks of league play. Location and times to be determined. www.ufxultimate.com

UPPER VALLEY RUNNING CLUB

LYNDON STATE COLLEGE AND MISS LYNDONVILLE DINER Come and visit Lyndon State College! Check out the historical buildings, and visit veterans park. After the tour, let’s head to lunch at the Miss Lydonville Diner at Noon. DATE: Tuesday, May 6 TIME: Leave at 8:30 a.m. and return by 4:30 p.m. TRIP LEADER: Krissy Flythe TRIP FEE: $5 payable to City of Lebanon and bring money for lunch

SPORTS

All ability levels welcome. Year round regular workouts & social events. www. uppervalleyrunningclub.org

ALLCOMERS TRACK MEETS: All ages. Come

VERMONT WILDFLOWER FARM AND LUNCH AT OLD DOCK RESTAURANT First we will take a ferry ride to Fi have lunch at the Old Dock Restaurant in Essex, NY and then visit the Vermont Wildflo ower Farm in Charlotte, VT whe we will stroll the gardens, where woodlands, seed shop, gift shop, or just enjoy the outdoors on the patio! DATE: Wednesday, June 18 TIME: Depart 8:45 a.m.; Return by 6 p.m. TRIP LEADER: Krissy Flythe TRIP FEE: $5 payable to City of Lebanon, money for lunch, $10.00 cash for ferry ride

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join us for an evening of track and field. Come for fun and challenge yourself! Events: 100, 200, 400, 800,1600, 3200 meter runs, hurdles, long and triple jumps, shot put, discus, javelin and pole vault. DAYS/DATES: Tuesdays July 15 & August 12 LOCATION: LHS Track TIME: Register at 6:00 p.m. FEE: $1- students; $2- adults

CARL WALLIN’S THROWING CLUB Training sessions and meets outside of the Elks Club for youth and adults, 13 and up. Times and dates to be announced. FREE!


ADULT/FAMILY PROGRAMS LEBANON FARMERS’ MARKET

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njoy wonderful selections of local fresh produce, plants, prepared foods, baked goods and hand made crafts. Please support our local farmers and vendors by shopping at the Lebanon Farmers’ Market! Live music each week performed by folk and traditional musicians from around New England. For more info call 448-5121 or go to www.lebanonfarmersmarket.org.

QUILTER’S RETREATS Try your hand at an easy quilt project or bring an unfinished project that you’ve been wanting to finish! Fee includes patterns, basic instruction, Saturday lunch and a chair massage. SPRING DATES: Friday, April 11 & Saturday, April 12 FALL DATES: Friday, November 7 & Saturday, November 8 TIMES: Friday-6:00-10:00 p.m.; Saturday-10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. LOCATION: Congregational Church of Lebanon FEE: Residents - $45 Non-Residents - $60 INSTRUCTOR: Laurel Pollard MINIMUM: 4 MAXIMUM: 12

SUMMER DATES: Thursdays, May 22 - September 25 TIMES: 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. LOCATION: Colburn Park FINAL WINTER DATES: March 15 and April 19, 10-1 p.m. Old Junior High School Gym, Bank Street, Lebanon

SKIP MATTHEWS MEMORIAL RUN ....and 1 mile Fun Run! Honoring the memory of long time coach and community member Skip Matthews, benefitting Norris Cotton Cancer Center.

BACKYARD COMPOST BIN and KITCHEN PAIL SALE

DATE: Sunday, June 15, Fathers’ Day FOR MORE INFO: www.skipsrun.org

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elp us celebrate Earth Day 2014! We have a very limited number of backyard compost bins and kitchen pails in stock. Proceeds from the sales of these items will go to the Recreation & Parks Department scholarship fund. A ten year warranty & guide to composting is also included with the compost bin. Samples of the bin & kitchen pail will be available for viewing. COMPOST BINS: $55 KITCHEN PAIL: $12 PICK-UP DATE: Sat, May 3; 9:00 a.m.-Noon; Colburn Park If you are interested in purchasing one of these items, please contact the Recreation and Parks Department at (603)448-5121 or recreation@lebcity.com.

JULY 4TH RED,WHITE, & BLUE 6.2 AND FUN RUN Celebrate the 4th in your patriotic colors! Start your day with a 10K or fun run along the perfectly picturesque Rail Trail and Mill Road. Fun for all! DATE: Friday, July 4 TIMES: 9:30 a.m.- Fun run; 10:00 a.m.-10K FOR MORE INFO: www.lebrecruns.com

C0MMUNITY CLEAN UP DAY Co-sponsored by Lebanon Recreation & Parks and Lebanon Conservation Commission. Help clean up around your own neighborhood or favorite corner of Lebanon/West Lebanon! Dress for the weather. Gloves are recommended but no special equipment is needed. Trash bags provided. Families, community organizations,neighborhood groups are all welcome! DATE: Saturday, May 3 TIME: 9:00 a.m. - Noon LOCATION: Meet in Colburn Park to register, get supplies and enjoy a yummy continental breakfast!!

SPRING HIKING For all ages. Bring snacks, water bottle, backpack, and hiking boots. Trails may be wet and muddy. DATES/LOCATIONS: Fridays May 9 - Albert Schweitzer Trails Lebanon, NH (Reg. by 5/5) May 16 - Alice Peck Day Loops Lebanon, NH (Reg. by 5/12) May 23 - Hurricane Forest Park WRJ, VT (Reg. by 5/19) May 30 - Quechee Gorge Walk Quechee, VT (Reg. by 5/26) TIMES: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. leave from Lebanon City Hall TRIP LEADER: Recreation Staff FEE: FREE

2014 WESTERN NH TRAIL RUNNING SERIES: The Western New Hampshire Trail Series is a collective group of trail races that range in distance from 5K to 14k. All of the races are unique to their location and all offer a taste of the natural resources that exist here in the Upper Valley. May 11 -- Dirty 5K, Hanover, NH June 7 -- Six in the Stix, Newport, NH June 21 -- 5 & Dime, West Windsor, VT July 5 -- Wicked Wildcat Wander, Fall Mt. High School, NH July 19 -- Frenzy in the Forest, Sunapee, NH July 26 -- All Out Trail Run, Claremont, NH August 9 -- Stoaked, Hanover, NH September 6 -- Farnum Five.5, Lebanon, NH September 13 - Hurricane Hill, Hartford, VT September 20 -- Lost A Lot, Lebanon, NH Ready to run? Check out www.wnhtrs.com.

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SPECIAL EVENTS ENTERTAINMENT SERIES

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ARBOR DAY CEREMONY

ONDAY NIGHT CONCERTS

Come join us for a special tree planting ceremony with Tree City USA. “He who plants a tree plants hope.” ~Lucy Larcom DATE: Friday, April 25 TIME: TBA LOCATION: Mt. Lebanon School, West Lebanon, NH

Enjoy FREE old fashioned concerts on Lebanon’s Colburn Park. A mixture of acoustic, cover, brass, jazz and community band music will be featured. Bring a lawn chair & a friend. Enjoy picnic preview performances beginning at 6 p.m. Main concerts begin at 7 p.m. Special thanks to 2014 series sponsors Mascoma Savings Bank and Lebanon Recreation & Parks. June 30 - Upper Valley Community Band, Big Band July 7 - Tim Gurshin, Folk/Country Solo July 14 - Sensible Shoes, Folk/Classic Rock July 21 - Sferes & White, Acoustic Blues/Rock July 28 - Upper Valley Community Band, Big Band August 4 - The Buskers, Folk/Jazz August 11 - Dana & Susan Robinson, Folk/Fiddle-Violin August 18 - Lyme Town Band, Big Band

BIKE OR WALK TO WORK DAY Celebrate a day without your car as the Lebanon Recreation & Parks, Upper Valley Trails Alliance and Upper Valley Rideshare join to sponsor your green commute to work. We will honor you on the Lebanon Green with free coffee, bagels and bike check by Omer and Bobs! DATE: Friday, May 16 TIME: 7:00-8:30 a.m. LOCATION: Colburn Park, Lebanon

UPPER VALLEY COMMMUNITY BAND SPECIAL DATE/TIME: Thursday, June 5th, 7:00 p.m. Following the Lebanon Farmers’ Market. Come enjoy a FREE special performance by the Upper Valley Community Band in the Park. A great way to kick off the summer concert series!

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HURSDAYS IN THE PARK

Bring your lunch and enjoy FREE entertainment for the whole family on Thursdays on Colburn Park. Performances begin at Noon and include children’s theater, music, and more! Special thanks to 2014 series sponsors Mascoma Savings Bank and Lebanon Recreation & Parks. July 3 - Sammie Haynes, Childrens Musician July 10 - Rick Goldin, Childrens Musician July 17 - No Strings Vermont Puppet, Marionettes July 24 - Judy Pancoast, Childrens Musician July 31 - Little Red Wagon, Theater August 7 - Jenny the Juggler August 14 - George Saterial, Magical Entertainer August 21 - Lucky Bob, Juggler and Comedian

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EVENTS NOT TO BE MISSED!

T’AI CHI IN THE PARK Open to all ages. Experience the flowing, movements of T’ai Chi and treat your whole body to a FREE gentle and relaxing workout. Led by Charles Myers of Ancient Healing Arts Studio in Lebanon. DATES: Mondays, June 2 - 30 TIME: 12:00 - 12:45 p.m. LOCATION: Colburn Park

END OF SUMMER CELEBRATION!

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ome start a new tradition and celebrate the end of summer with Lebanon Recreation & Parks! Don’t miss this fun-filled evening with food, music, dancing and FIREWORKS!!

RONT PORCH CONCERT SERIES

Check out this collaboration with the Lebanon Opera House, and The Point Radio Station for another summer of great FREE music by various regional artists on Colburn Park! Performances are Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m. Enjoy shopping & music at the Lebanon Farmers’ Market (4-7pm) just before the Front Porch Concerts begin! This series is underwritten by Byrne Foundation, Lebanon Recreation & Parks, and co-sponsored by Lebanon Opera House and The Point Radio Station. July 3 - The Patrick Fitzsimmons Band, Singer/Songwriter July 10 - Possum Haw, Bluegrass/Folk July 17 - Momentum Theater Troupe, Juliet & Her Romeo July 24 - Billy Wylder, Folk/Pop/Funk/World July 31 - Dueling Pianos August 7 - Theo Katzman, Indie Rock/Folk August 14 - AJ Edwards, Pop/Rock August 21 - The Point Independent Radio Concert

DATE: Thursday, August 28 TIMES/LOCATION:

Lebanon Farmers Market - 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. Colburn Park (see page 12 for info)

Battle of the Bands - 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. - Colburn Park The 2nd Annual Battle of the Bands competition is brought to you by Lebanon Recreation & Parks, Lebanon Opera House, and Tuck’s Rock Dojo. Interested in competing in the battle? Please send an e-mail for more info to uppervalleybattleofthebands@gmail.com by July 3rd!

4th Annual Dancefest - 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. - Lebanon Mall Come on out and DANCE! Move your feet on the Lebanon Mall with friends, family & community. Enjoy music and food prior to the event, and stay for the beautiful fireworks display following the music!

TUESDAYS DANCING IN THE PARK:

Fireworks Display - 8:45 p.m. - Storrs Hill Ski Area End the night with a spectacular fireworks display. Best viewing areas are Storrs Hill lodge, Church Street, or Logan Field on Water Street.

July 8 to August 12, bring your lunch and dancing shoes and come enjoy the time in the park dancing from Noon-12:45 p.m., Lebanon’s Colburn Park. Featuring The Dance Collective.

WEDNESDAYS STORY TIME IN THE PARK: July 9 to August 13, bring your lunch and come enjoy story time in the park with the Story of the Week! Co-Sponsored by Lebanon Public Library.) Noon-12:45 p.m., Lebanon’s Colburn Park.

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QUESTIONS: Please contact Kristine Flythe at k.flythe@lebcity.com.


COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES LEBANON YOUTH BASEBALL Please note: This is NOT a Lebanon Recreation & Parks Department program. To register you must complete a Lebanon Youth Baseball registration form and checks must be made payable to Lebanon Youth Baseball Association. You can now also register online.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Players need to be residents of Lebanon/West Lebanon, Grantham or Plainfield. For more info, go to www.lebanonyouthbaseball.com. Also, check out the information on the 10U and 12U leagues for summer ball and tournament play on our website.

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IFEGUARD TRAINING

Open to anyone 15 years and older, train to become a certified American Red ts Cross lifeguard. All successful participants will become certified in CPR-FPR/AED, First Aid Basics, Lifeguard Training. Fee includes lifeguard text and pocket mask. DATES/DAYS/TIMES: Monday/Wednesday - May 5-May 28; 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

INTO TO BASEBALL: Kindergarten/1st year ROOKIE LEAGUE: 1st-2nd graders MINOR LEAGUE: 3rd-4th graders MAJOR LEAGUE: 5th-6th graders Note: Must complete Placement Request Form if child is requesting to play a different level than their grade level.

REGISTRATION: www.lebanonyouthbaseball.com

Registration required by April 28.

Monday-Friday - June 9-13; 3:30 - 8:30p.m.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Saturday, March 22 Please note: Registrations must be received before assessment.

Registration required by June 2.

LOCATION: Witherell Rec.Center INSTRUCTOR: Marie Dumont, LGI-IT FOR MORE INFO OR TO REGISTER: Call the Witherell Recreation Center at (603)448-6477.

FEES*: March 22 & earlier Intro to Baseball - $25 Rookie Lge.- $40 Minor/Major Lge. - $75

LIFEGUARD/CPR-FPR RE-CERT This course is being offered for lifeguards nearing the end of their certification. Particpants must provide current CPR/ FPR and LFT/FAB cards to attend class. DATE/TIMES: Friday, May 2 - 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, May 3 - 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

After March 22 Intro to Baseball - $25 Rookie Lge.- $40 Minor/Major Lge.- $100

*For multiple child registrations, take $10 off your total. Scholarships are available.

ASSESSMENT: Assessment must be attended for children moving up to Minor or Major Leagues. Not necessary for Intro to Baseball or Rookie League. DATE: Saturday, March 22 TIMES: 9:00 a.m. - Noon LOCATION: Lebanon High School Gym

Registration required by April 29.

LOCATION: Witherell Rec.Center INSTRUCTOR: Marie Dumont, LGI-IT FOR MORE INFO OR TO REGISTER: Call the Witherell Recreation Center at (603)448-6477.

WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR

CANILLAS COMMUNITY GARDEN

Become a certified Water Safety Instructor. Successful participants will be certified to teach all Red Cross levels of swimming. Open to those age 16 and older. DATE/TIMES: Tuesday/Thursday - May 6-June 5; 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

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ave you seen the Canillas Community Garden? It is just off the path along the river, directly behind Eldridge Park’s Wechsler Ball Field. It is an organic garden with 25 raised beds and a beautiful spiral flower garden. Interested in having a bed in 2014? Contact Pat McGovern at mcgovern.patricia@gmail.com.

Registration required by April 27.

LOCATION: Witherell Rec.Center INSTRUCTOR: Marie Dumont, WSI-IT FOR MORE INFO OR TO REGISTER: Call the Witherell Recreation Center at (603)448-6477.

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ACTIVE LIVING! LEBANON TRAILS AND RECREATION MAP!! The FREE Lebanon Trails & Recreation Map is available at the Recreation and Parks Department and through the Chamber of Commerce as well as online at www.lebnh.net. The map contains 11 updated, detailed trail maps of the City’s conservation lands and a handy chart with information on public recreation facilities in the City.

Don’t have a map? That’s okay, here is a brief listing of available recreation areas to visit. We’ve listed the park name, location and a brief description of its uses. Have Fun!

BAKER’S CROSSING Hardy Hill Rd. at the Packard Hill Bridge

BOSTON LOT Route 10 North from W. Lebanon

Fishing, swimming, picnics, hiking, nature study, birdwatching, mountain biking, hunting on 331 Acres.

CHAMBERS PRESERVE

Hiking, nature study, birdwatching, geology on 20 acres.

Faraway Lane, Hanover

CIVIC MEMORIAL FIELD Crawford Avenue, West Lebanon

COLBURN PARK Park Street, Lebanon

COLE PARK East Wilder Road, West Lebanon

DARTMOUTH LAND

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inaugural board members at this public gathering to learn about our purpose and how you can help make Lebanon a better place to live.

7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Kilton Library Community Room Light refreshments served.

Concerts, picnics, walking, birdwatching, lawn games, special events on 2.5 acres. Walking, nature study and birdwatching on 19 acres. Hiking, nature study, hunting, mountain biking, cross-country skiing on 2000 acres.

EAST WILDER BOAT LAUNCH

Boating, picnics on 6 acres.

East Wilder Road, West Lebanon

ELDRIDGE PARK Spencer Street, Lebanon

FARNUM HILL Poverty Lane, Lebanon

FELLOWS HILL Route 4 East from Lebanon

GOODWIN PARK

Baseball, soccer, lacrosse, lawn games, picnics on 3.3 acres. Hiking, nature study, bird watching, crosscountry skiing on 940 acres. Picnics, bird watching, playground activities on 10 acres.

Spring Street at Storrs Hill Ski Area

Hiking, nature study, birdwatching, swimming, fishing, cross-country skiing, exercise trail on 108 acres.

LEBANON MEMORIAL POOL

Swimming, picnics, fishing, playground activities, lawn games on 8 acres.

Pumping Station Road, Lebanon

LOGAN PARK Water Street, Lebanon

MASCOMA LAKE BOAT LAUNCH Route 4A

MILL PARCEL Mill Road, off junction of Routes 4/4A Mill Road, off Route 4 E From Lebanon

PAT WALSH PARK Riverdale Parkway, Lebanon

RAIL TRAIL Maps available at the Rec Department

RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY PARK Glen Road, West Lebanon

SIGNAL HILL CONS. AREA

Youth baseball, softball, lawn games on 4 acres. Motorized and unmotorized boating on 3 acres. Picnics, fishing, history and nature study on 5 acres. Walking, bicycling, cross-country skiing, fishing - 2 miles. T-ball, soccer, lawn games, ice skating (winter use only) on 2 acres. Walking, bicycling, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, fishing, swimming: 23 miles. Picnics, birdwatching, nature study, horseshoes, skateboard park on 8 acres.

Alden Road, Lebanon

Hiking, geology, nature study, birdwatching, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, hunting on 217 acres.

STARR HILL NATURAL AREA

Nature study, walking, cross-country skiing, birdwatching, geology on 39 acres.

End of Wheatley & Eldridge Streets Inspire Play!

Softball, soccer, lacrosse, lawn games, picnics, special events on 13.6 acres.

Mascoma St Extension

MILL POND TRAIL

TUESDAY, MARCH 4

Picnics, nature study, bird watching, fishing on 5 acres.

STORRS HILL SKI AREA Spring Street, Lebanon

TRUES BROOK NATURAL AREA

Downhill skiing, ski jumping, sledding, snowboarding, special events on 71 acres.

Off NH 12A on Trues Brook Road

Swimming, hiking, fishing, photography on 2 acres.

TWO RIVERS PARK

Nature study, birdwatching on 24 acres.

Behind K-Mart Plaza, West Lebanon

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SPONSORS BASKETBALL: A.B. Gile, Allans Vending, Cota & Cota, Dairy Twirl, Evans Group, Granite State Glass, Margaret Jacobs Law, Mascoma Savings Bank, Residence Inn, Ricker Funeral Home FIELD HOCKEY: Stateline Sports FLAG FOOTBALL: Mascoma Savings TACKLE FOOTBALL: Mascoma Savings SOCCER: Allans Vending, Blodgetts Sash & Door, Casella Waste Systems, Dairy Twirl, Hanover Massage Therapy, Huberts of West Lebanon, Lake Sunapee Bank, Margaret Jacobs Law, Mascoma Savings, Ninety-Nine Restaurant, Olympus, Stateline Sports FISHER CATS NIGHT: American Legion Post 22

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HOLIDAY COLORING CONTEST WINNERS:

HOLIDAY CELEBRATION: Volunteers: Kiwanis - Lynne and Nicole LaBombard; Youth in Action - Karen Morton, Nancy Menard, Youth in Action students Renee Bellinger, Kyle Grohbrugge, Grace Stott, Corinne Kennedy, Caroline Wren; Richard Paul & family, Frank Gould, Carole Blake & Upper Valley Community Band, Lebanon Area Girl Scouts & Troop #12969, Lebanon Fire Department staff Donations: CVS, Hannaford’s, Callie & John Lavigne, Lebanon Fire Department, Trish Wadlinger & LMS students, Mascoma Savings Bank, Lebanon Opera House, Shaws, Price Chopper Miracle Mile, Price Chopper West Lebanon, WalMart, Panera GIRLS SPORTS FEST: VOLUNTEERS: Dartmouth College athletes, CCBA Witherell Recreation Center staff, LHS athletes, DONATIONS: Stateline Sports, Fore-U Golf, Upper Valley Produce, Dartmouth College, Wilson Tire

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HALLOWEEN FUN FEST: Volunteers: Youth in Action - Karen Morton, Nancy Menard, Youth in Action students, Samantha Wright, Merideth Melendy; Lebanon Library Carolyn Crocker Donations: Riverview Farm, Edgewater Farm, Poverty Lane Orchards, Mascoma Savings Bank, Stone Arch Bakery, Panera, Lebanon Opera House

Congratulations to the following young people who were the winners for their age group in the Holiday Coloring Contest! Ages 5 & under - Sam Gaudet Ages 6-9 - Sage Murray Ages 10-12 - Emily Cheevers

MY MOM IS A SUPER HERO She has gone through so much this past year, but she is here for me and my little brother Jake whenever we need her and never complains. She is the best cook, she makes up awesome songs and we dance in our kitchen. She gives the best snuggles ever and loves us to infinity and beyond! Written by: Lindsey, Grade 4

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BASKETBALL: Jake Ashey, Jason Avery, Tracee Barden, Jessica Bavos, Joe Benoit, Marceney Bourne, Chris Childs, Christina Gilbert, David Graber, Tom Harkins, Beth Horsman, Amy Margolis, Shawn Mason, Terence O’Neil, Angelo Pentella, Shane Pierce, Spencer Pierce, Jason Richardson, Ian Smith, Rich Tobin CHEERLEADING: Aria Garamella, Diane King, Maggie Thornton FIELD HOCKEY: Erin Waldron, Jacqui Alexander FLAG FOOTBALL: Tim Ball, Bill Giguere, Carl Melendy, Josh Picknell TACKLE FOOTBALL: Eric Bates, Chris/Marilou Childs, Ken & Cindy Colburn, Doug Drew, Roy Newman, Brian LaHaye, Rich/Christine Rogers SOCCER: Richard Ackerman, Jake Ashley, Jamie Adams, Tracee Barden, Stephen Barrabas, Jessica Bavos, Peter Begin, Tammy Begin, Joe Benoit, Rick Brown, Andrea Calendrella, Joe Cheevers, Jim Direnzo, Tracy Dyke, Keith Estes, Seth Filiault, Adam Freeman, Faith Freeman, Chris Gaudet, David Graber, Joanna Graber, Jason Gunn, Tony Hanberg, Amber Hanna, George Hanna, Tom Harkins, Dea’ndra & Justin Harris, Josh Hawkins, Jenn Hewson, Brian Howland, Lori Kraemer, Wes Leuthauser, Matt Maher, Sean Mason, Dan McGee, Ken Reade, Brian Ruestek, Hemanta Sakia, Wayne Scarsilloni, Noah Souza, Rebecca Stanfield McCown, Jennifer Sullivan, Tom Sullivan, Peter Twarog, Jason Vallee, Stephanie Vallee, Jared Waller, Matt Wolcott, Roddy Young

VOLUNTEERS/ DONATIONS

A DAY WITH DAD One day when I was six, my Dad brought me to his work. It was so amazing! My Dad works at Creare. Creare is an engineering company that does things in outer space. I had seen my Dad write on graph paper before, but when I went to work with him I got to draw on it. I thought my art work was a little more interesting than what he usually draws. My Mom had packed us both delicious lunches that day, so we ate lunch early. Later my Dad let me draw on the white board in his office. I drew a person with a big head but a small body. Then I drew our whole family with big heads and small bodies. My Dad said he kept it up for a week but I don’t think he really did. Unfortunately, I was only able to stay for a half day at my Dad’s work, so my Mom picked me up before I could learn what is beyond outer space! Written by: Sydney, Grade 4

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ADULT OPEN GYM BASKETBALL: Jeremy Ouellette, Jake Lane ROMP & STOMP: Dori Willeman QUILT RETREATS: Laurel Pollard

MY MOM My mom Charlotte is the best mom ever in the world. She loves me, my brother Tristan, my sister Chardonnay and my dad so much. She is so nice to us. I love her so much she colors, draws plays board games. She cooks the best food ever. I like cuddling with her watching movies or reading together. My funniest memory with my mom is we drew mustaches on each other with markers and took pictures. We always take photos and make silly faces. My mom is so funny. I love her so much she is the best. Written by: Zander, Grade 4

USE OF FACILITIES STORRS HILL SKI AREA: Full Moon Fiesta LEB CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH: Quilt Retreats OLD LJHS GYM: Farmers’ Market LEBANON SCHOOL DISTRICT: Basketball, Teen Swing Dance, Open Gyms STORRS HILL SKI AREA: Ski/Snowboard Lessons KILTON LIBRARY: Romp and Stomp WITHERELL CENTER: Basketball, Girls Sports Fest, Athletes United

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YOUNG ADULT PROGRAMS Contact S. Collins at the Lebanon Library, 448-2459, for more info on the Young Adult Program.

LIBRARY PROGRAMS

ADULT PROGRAMS SECOND THURS. EVENING BOOK DISCUSSIONS. All discussion groups will take place on the 2nd Thursday of each month. 7:00-8:30 p.m. Lebanon Library, All Purpose Room. Across America in Historical Fiction: March 13 - Snow Child, Eowyn Ivey April 10 - Mudbound, Hillary Jordan FIRST THURSDAY BOOK BUFFET. A lunchtime adult book discussion group. Bring a brown bag lunch and a book that fits the month’s theme for a banquet of books and opinions. Through June at Noon, Kilton Library. March 6 - Success: Biographical novels and biographies of famous people in novels and their actual life stories. April 3 - New England in Nature: from Walden on -- people immersed in the natural world. May 1 - One Hundred Years Ago: 1914 in history and novels from Downton Abbey to All Quiet on the Western Front - a period rich in events and characters. June 5 - Summer Reading Recommendations: Share what you love! THURSDAY NIGHT FILM SERIES: Come on down to the Kilton Library Community Room at 6:00 p.m. for our “Last Thursday of the Month” Film Series. Check the library website for details. Free popcorn!! Check out the Library website, www.leblibrary.com or call C. Crocker at 448-2459 for more information. If special accommodation is required, please contact the library 72 hours in advance.

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EBANON LIBRARY

9 EAST PARK STREET LEBANON, NH (448-2459) HOURS: Monday-Thurs: 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday-Sat.: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 1:00-5:00 p.m. (seasonally)

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ILTON LIBRARY

80 MAIN STREET WEST LEBANON, NH (298-8544) HOURS: Monday-Thurs: 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday-Sat.: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. (seasonally)

CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS Lebanon Library: Mondays: All-ages – Books, activities & crafts for children with their caregivers. 10:30-11:15 a.m. Lebanon Library. Tuesdays: Preschool Story Time – Books, activities & crafts for children ages 3-6 with caregivers. 10:30-11:15 a.m. Lebanon Library. Thursdays: Mother Goose Time – Rhymes, songs, and toys in a playgroup setting. For infants from birth to age 2 & caregivers. 10:30-11:30 a.m. Lebanon Library. Kilton, West Lebanon Library: Tuesdays: Mother Goose Time – Rhymes, songs, and toys in a playgroup setting. For infants from birth to age 2 & caregivers. 10:30-11:30 a.m. Kilton Library. Wednesdays: All Ages Story Time – Stories and activities for children of all ages with their caregivers. 10:30 – 11:00 a.m. Kilton Library Thursdays: Preschool Story Time – Books, activities and crafts for children ages 3-6 with their caregivers. 10:30 – 11:00 a.m. Kilton Library If bringing more than 4 children for any of the above programs, please call the library to verify. (Lebanon: 448-2459; Kilton, West Lebanon: 298-8544). To find more information on upcoming Spring and Summer programs, please visit the Library website, www.leblibrary.com.

MUSEUM PASSES Museum passes are available at both libraries. Passes can be checked out for up to three days at a time. Passes can be reserved in advance by calling the Lebanon reference desk at 448-2450 or Kilton reference desk at 298-8544. To date, passes are available for the following museums: McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, Concord, NH Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens on Lake Sunapee, Newbury, NH Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS)

Please check with the individual museum regarding their hours as these are subject to change. Get out and explore!

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51 North Park Street • Lebanon, New Hampshire 03766 Phone: (603) 448-5121 • Fax: (603) 448-1496 Inspire P l ay!

E-Mail: recreation@lebcity.com • Web: www.recreation.lebnh.net

GENERAL REGISTRATION FORM PARTICIPANT NAME:_______________________________________ MALE / FEMALE: ____ DATE OF BIRTH: _________ ADDRESS:__________________________________________________________________ PHONE: _________________ HOUSEHOLD E-MAIL (For program info and cancellation notices):________________________________________________ SCHOOL: _____________________________________________________________________________ GRADE: _______ *Please list any medical conditions, allergies, or restrictions that a coach/instructor/leader, or volunteer will need to know: (i.e. asthma, inhaler, allergies include nuts, penicillin, etc...) ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Playing a sport? What size T-Shirt? Circle your choice: PRIMARY GUARDIAN

Youth S, M, L, XL

Adult S, M, L

SECONDARY GUARDIAN

NAME: ___________________________________________ NAME: ___________________________________________ ADDRESS: ________________________________________ ADDRESS: ________________________________________ CITY, STATE ZIP: ___________________________________ CITY, STATE ZIP: ___________________________________ PHONE: (Home) _______________ (Work)_______________ PHONE: (Home) _______________ (Work)_______________ (Cell) ___________________ (Cell) _______________ EMERGENCY CONTACT (used only in the event a parent cannot be reached) NAME:_________________________________________________________ PHONE:______________________________ MEDICAL INSURANCE COVERAGE:

□ Family insurance

□ 24 Hour school insurance

PLEASE INDICATE BELOW THE PROGRAM(S) YOU ARE REGISTERING FOR: Be sure to include the code number. PROGRAM NAME

PROGRAM CODE

PROGRAM FEE

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*Checks, cash, Visa, Mastercard, Discover accepted for payment. Please make checks payable to City of Lebanon. Please check if you would be willing to help with any of the following:

□ coaching □ helping with practices

□ officiating □ keeping score / time

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sponsoring a team driving for away games

□ gym monitor

WAIVER and PARENTAL PERMISSION FOR CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE: The undersigned, being the parent and/or legal guardian of the participant listed above, gives permission to him/her to participate in the above named program(s). I agree that no claim will be made by the undersigned on behalf of my child for personal injuries or other losses sustained by my child as a result of my child’s participation in this program(s) and that in the event any claim is made for injuries or damages sustained by my child as a result of my child’s participation in this program(s), I shall hold the City and the Lebanon Outing Club (in the case of Ski/Snowboard lessons) harmless from, and indemnify it against, any such claim including reasonable attorney fees incurred by the City or the Lebanon Outing Club and its employees in connection therewith whether or not such claims result in litigation. In the event of an emergency requiring medical attention, I authorize that necessary medical attention be given to my child by a qualified physician in the event I cannot be reached. From time to time, Valley News, CATV and other photographers attend Recreation & Parks Department activities and take photos or videos of program participants for publication(print, web, facebook). I permit the taking of photographs and video of participants during activities for publication and use for promotional purposes, unless the opt out box below is initialed. Signature (parent/guardian if participant is under 18) _________________________________________ Date ____________________

Photo and Video permission opt out: I do not permit photos or video of the above named participant for publication.

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OTHER COMMUNITY RECREATION SERVICES

Inspire Play!

AUDUBON SOCIETY OF NH, MASCOMA CHAPTER: E-mail: mascomabirds@yahoo.com

BABY-SITTING/HOME ALONE SAFE COURSES: Jude Powers, (802)649-1841

Recreation & Parks Commission

BOY SCOUTS: Lloyd Leblanc -Troop 279; 978-407-9905 CAMPION ICE RINK: 643-1222; www.campionrink.org CARTER COMMUNITY BUILDING: Jim Vanier, 448-3055 CUB SCOUTS: Pack 279 Lebanon - Jodi Gilligan, 448-5794 DHMC WOMEN’S HEALTH RESOURCE CENTER: 650-2600 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF LEBANON: www.fccleb.org

FORD SAYRE SKI COUNCIL: 643-2226; www.fordsayre.org 4-H: Sally Cole, 448-2416 GIRL SCOUTS: Susan Henderson; sjhenderson1@comcast.net, 603-298-5621

LEBANON BALLET SCHOOL, CITY CENTER BALLET: Linda Copp, 448-5404; www.lebanonballetschool.com

LEBANON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE:

Paul Boucher, 448-1203; www.lebanonchamber.com

LEBANON OPERA HOUSE BOX OFFICE: 448-0400; www.lebanonoperahouse.org

LEBANON OUTING CLUB: 643-3874; www.skistorrshill.com LEBANON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: www.lebanonumc.net

Robert Harris, Chair Cynthia Driscoll, Vice-Chair Kevin Talcott Colin Smith Sue Prentiss, City Council Representative Bob McCarthy, School Board Representative The Recreation & Parks Commission meets the 2nd Monday in January, April, June & October at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall. All meetings are open to the public.

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ecreation & Parks Department Staff

Director: Sports Coordinator:

Paul Coats, CPRP, CPO Rick Desharnais, CPRP, CPSI Recreation Coordinator: Krissy Flythe Facilities Maintenance: Doug McGrath Administrative Asst.: Bobbie Allen Day Camp Director: Phil Chaput Pool Director: Patty Murray, CPO

The Recreation & Parks Department is affiliated with the following professional organizations: NH Recreation & Park Assn.

LOCALVORES: Pat McGovern, 448-5473;

http://uvlocalvores.wordpress.com

NORTH COUNTRY COMMUNITY THEATER: www.ncct.org STORRS HILL LODGE RENTALS: Betty Ann Heistad, 448-3756

National Recreation & Park Association

SWING DANCE INSTRUCTION: Faye Grearson, 443-5131 THE DANCE COLLECTIVE: Ali Weiner Sawyer, 998-9045,

American Camping Association

UPPER VALLEY COMMUNITY BAND: www.uvcb.org

Tree City USA

www.thedancecollectivenh.com

UPPER VALLEY HOCKEY ASSOCIATION: www.uvha.goalline.ca UPPER VALLEY MUSIC CENTER CHILDREN’S & YOUTH CHORUSES: UVMC, 448-1642; www.uvmusic.org UPPER VALLEY SENIOR CENTER: 448-4213; www.gcscc.org UPPER VALLEY SPECIAL OLYMPICS: Missy Rodriguez;

Upper Valley Trails Alliance Sports Turf Manager’s Association

e-mail: dalmatianmr@yahoo.com

WITHERELL RECREATION CENTER: 448-6477

National Youth Sports Coaches’ Association

YOUTH-IN-ACTION OF LEBANON: Nancy Menard and Karen Morton, Lebanon High School, 448-2055

Lebanon Recreation & Parks Department • 603.448.5121 • www.lebnh.net • recreation@lebcity.com

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FALL PREVIEW!

Halloween Fun Fest ... Fri., October 31 Let’s GLOW Run... Sat., Nov. 1 Winter Farmers’ Market begins ... Sat., November 15 Holiday Celebration ... Sat., December 6 Holiday Coloring Contest entry return ... Mon., Dec. 8 North Pole Calling ... Wed., December 10 Parent of Year Essay Contest judging ... Fri., December 12

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2014 Spring - Summer Program Guide