NKC Parks and Recreation 2021 Summer Enrichment Catalog

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ENRICHMENT

SUMMER 2021

Summer! SPLASH INTO

Bridging Lives, Enriching Families


NKC Parks & Recreation MISSION STATEMENT The North Kansas City Parks and Recreation Board is committed to providing the residents and business community of North Kansas City with the best possible environment for family recreation and leisure time enjoyment.

VARIETY

We are committed to providing a wide variety of leisure facilities and services.

FOR ALL

We are committed to promoting organized recreational and social programs for all ages.

ENCOURAGE

We are committed to encouraging public utilization of park facilities. We will cooperate with civic or recreational groups to maximize this commitment.

PARKS & RECREATION CENTER CLOSED

ADDRESS MAINTAIN

We are committed to maintaining our park facilities in the best possible condition.

Independence Day Monday, July 5 Labor Day Monday, September 5

816.300.0545 www.nkc.org

COMMUNICATE

We are committed to keeping the public informed of plans and activities and to respond to users’ suggestions and criticisms.

ADVANCE

We are committed to a continuous program of upgrading and expanding programs and facilities as funds permit. Our picnic facilities, walking trail, tennis courts, ball fields and playgrounds are some of the most popular facilities of their kind in the Northland.

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STAFF AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS STAFF

PARK BOARD

Victoria Ressler, Director

Roberta Larsen, President Ken Karnes, Vice President David Taylor, Secretary Adam DeGonia, Treasurer Liz Ryan Carol Sivils Kath Stanley Valerie Swearingen Joann Wile

Cheryl Martin, Recreation Manager John Alas, Park Foreman

Memorial Day Monday, May 31

1201 Clark Ferguson Drive North Kansas City, MO 64116

Coti Meier, Marketing and Events Coordinator Kevin Cole, Pam Linder, Danny O’Connor, and Alita Sledz, Park Maintenance Marcia Hansen, Administrative Assistant Tim Myers, Facility Coordinator


Dates are subject to change based on new facts or changes of circumstances regarding the COVID-19 virus.

TABLE OF CONTENTS REGISTER FOR A CLASS TODAY! To register, go to www.nkc.org > Departments > Parks and Recreation or call 816-300-0545. You can sign up and make payments over the phone or visit the Parks & Recreation Center, Monday – Saturday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm at 1201 Clark Ferguson Drive.

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YOUTH PROGRAMS ADULT PROGRAMS SPORTS EVENTS PARKS RENTAL INFORMATION

Share your skills!

Do you have knowledge or a passion that you would like to share with others? Have a great idea for a class? Come teach with us!

To learn more, contact Coti at dmeier@nkc.org or 816-300-0545

A NOTE FROM THE DIRECTOR What a pleasure it is to join the exceptional team at North Kansas City Parks and Recreation. I have had the privilege of working for the City of North Kansas City, serving the citizens, the school district, and the surrounding communities for the past 21 years. I spent a large part of my career with the NKC Community Center, and after it transitioned to the YMCA, I was fortunate to move to Public Works. While in Public Works, I was able to gain knowledge on project management, pursue a master’s in organizational leadership, and gain insight to the inner working and support provided to parks. I am thrilled to hit the ground running and do something I am passionate about and reconnect with many familiar faces. I look forward to fostering new relationships and partnerships, creating a welcoming environment, and serving the needs of our community.

Victoria Ressler

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Youth Programs CAMPS

BAKING CLASSES

ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ART

PIONEER STYLE BAKING

Want to turn your art into a business? Get ready for some crafting and Business 101 to prepare for your very own items to be sold at Arts in the Park on June 11-12! May classes will be split between work time for your art and instruction on the business side and the Saturday class will be the opportunity to touch base and prepare for the vendor tent at Arts in the Park. Artistic experience and passion will be required to be successful. Only 7 spots available.

Students will make fruit cobbler, bread pudding, and soft molasses cookies just like the pioneers made years ago!

Ages 10-16 | Gk Callahan And Sarah Morefield

Thursday, May 13, 20, 27 from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm, Saturday May 29, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, Art in the Park Mart June 11 and 12 Activity #102012 Fee: $20

Ages 6-15 | Ms. Heather

Monday, May 10, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Activity #202001 Fee: $20

Register by May 5

BREAKFAST BAKING Ages 6-15 | Ms. Heather

Students will make Cinnamon Rolls, Scones and Donuts. Fun items to make at home all summer long!

Register by May 8

Tuesday, July 6, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Activity #202002 Fee: $20

Register by July 1

ALL ABOUT PIES Ages 6-15 | Ms. Heather

Students will learn how to make pie crust, cream pie filling and fruit pie filling for yummy pies.

Tuesday, August 3, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

4-H CLOVER KIDS SUMMER CAMP Ages 5-7 | Matilian Cassmeyer

If you have a kiddo that is 5-7 years old and likes to explore and have adventures, then our 4-H Clover Kids Summer Camp is for you! We will explore all aspects of our environment, participate in hands-on activities, and most importantly have lots of fun! Space is limited. Camp will be held at Macken Park at Shelter 6.

Monday-Friday, June 14-16, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm Activity #202006 Fee: $40

Register by June 7

BRAID GIRLS SUMMER CAMP Ages 10-18 | Angel Washington-El

In this 9 week course, you will learn about the history of hair braiding. We will go over Guidelines and procedures required by the state of Kansas for hair braiding outside of a cosmetology establishment which includes a self test.You will learn the Basic essentials of hair braiding. Parting, plats, cornrows, fishtailing, crochet, feathering, hair proportions, hair control, hair extension, and box braid. Attending this Basic Hair Braiding Course is preparing you for the beauty industry. Students will need to bring their own sack lunch.

Tuesday-Friday, June 15 - August 13, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Activity #202005 Fee: $550

Register by June 1

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Activity #202003 Fee: $20

Register by July 30

ALL ABOUT COOKIES Ages 6-15 | Ms. Heather

Students will learn 5 different cookie recipes from no bake to specialty chocolate cookies.

Wednesday, September 1, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Activity #202004 Fee: $20

Register by August 27


Youth Sports PRESCHOOL SPORTS BITTY ATHLETES (CO-ED)

Ages 4-6 Bitty Athletes is a four-week intro to basic fundamentals of sports. We will work on overall hand-eye coordination, balance, athleticism and having fun! Thursdays, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Last day to register is 5 days prior to the session starting. Fee: $40 Session 1: May 6 - 28 Session 2: June 3 - 24

Activity #205008-01 Activity #205008-02

BITTY SOCCER (CO-ED)

YOUTH SPORTS

Ages 4-6 (Must be 4 by Aug. 1, 2021) This program is a five-week introductory session to the sport of soccer. Participants will begin to understand the fundamental motor skills of soccer through drills, games and activities. The last week of the program will be designated as a scrimmage. Saturdays, August 28 – October 2 Registration: July 1 – August 1 Fee: $50 (includes T-shirt and medal) Session 1: 9:00 am Session 2: 10:00 am Session 3: 11:00 am

Activity #205005-01 Activity #205005-02 Activity #205005-03

Check out Fall Youth Baseball and Softball on Page 6!

YOUTH TENNIS LESSONS

Tennis is a great sport to stay active at any age. Come and learn the basics of tennis in this 4 week program. Beginning level courses will be learning how to score and play the game as well as the basics in serving and groundstrokes! Max 10 participants per class so sign up fast! All lessons will be played at Macken Park Courts 5 & 6. Fee: $55 Session 1: Mondays, June 7 - June 28 Register by May 31 Ages 7-9: 5:30 pm - 6:20 pm Activity #205006-04 Ages 10-15: 6:30 pm - 7:20 pm Activity #205007-04 Session 2: Mondays, July 5 - July 26 Register by June 30 Ages 7-9: 5:30 pm - 6:20 pm Activity #205006-06 Ages 10-15: 6:30 pm - 7:20 pm Activity #205007-06

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Adult Programs MAKE AND TAKE PROGRAMS

RUSTIC BIRDHOUSE

STAINED CLASS SUNCATHERS

Build your own cedar birdhouse and add your own flare. The birds are sure to flock to your yard this spring!

Ages 16+ | Marsha Schwartz Take your creativity to a new level and make a suncatcher to display in your home or give as a gift. Using the Tiffany Method, you will learn to assemble cut glass into a beautiful creation. No experience necessary. Take home one completed project from each class. Registration deadline is one week from class date. Fee: $50 per session Sunrise- Activity #203010 Session 1: Saturday, May 1: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Session 2: Wednesday, May 5: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Patriotic- Heart Activity #203011 Session 1: Saturday, May 15: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Session 2: Wednesday, May 19: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Bumblebee- Activity #203012 Session 1: Saturday, June 12: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Session 2: Wednesday, June 16: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Sailboat- Activity #203015 Session 1: Wednesday, July 7: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Session 2: Saturday, July 17: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Fox- Activity #203016 Session 1: Wednesday, July 21: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Session 2: Saturday, July 31: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Angel- Activity #203017 Session 1: Wednesday, August 4: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Session 2: Saturday, August 14: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Ages 16+ | Katee Smith

Activity #203003 Fee: $30

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Register by May 5

EASY BEAUTIFUL CARD MAKING

Ages 16+ | Judy Meier In this class you will be given a kit with all the supplies needed to complete 6 different summer themed cards using 3 designs. You will learn a 4-step card making process using cardstock and stamps. Session 1: Tuesday, May 11, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Session 2: Thursday, May 13, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm Activity #203001 Register by May 4 Fee: $30

AMERICAN FLAG

Ages 16+ | Katee Smith

Come paint and assemble your own American Flag just in time for Independence Day! Measuring 20in x 32in. Put it up just for the holiday or leave it up all year round!

Monday, June 7, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Activity #203002 Fee: $45

Register by June 2

GROWTH CHART

Ages 16+ | Katee Smith

There’s no better way to see how your kids have grown than on your very own growth chart! Join us to customize your own! (6ft boards)

Monday, July 12, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Activity #203005 Fee: $35

Register by July 7

MONOGRAMMED DOOR HANGER Ages 16+ | Katee Smith

Mushrooms- Activity #203013 Session 1: Saturday, June 26: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Session 2: Wednesday, June 30: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Mouse- Activity #203018 Session 1: Wednesday, August 18: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Session 2: Saturday, August 28: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Monday, May 10, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Paint and assemble your own monogrammed door hanger, great for summer and fall! A variety of flowers and ribbon will be available to choose from. (Let us know what letter you’ll need upon signup.)

Monday, August 9, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Activity #203007 Fee: $35

Register by August 4


Dates are subject to change based on new facts or changes of circumstances regarding the COVID-19 virus.

CARDMAKING WITH STAMPING

PASSPORT TO THAILAND

In this class you will be given a kit with all the supplies needed to complete 6 different fall themed cards using 3 designs. You will learn a 2-step stamping card making process using cardstock, embellishments, and stamps.

Tuesday, May 11, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Ages 16+ | Judy Meier

Session 1: Tuesday, September 14, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Session 2: Thursday, September 16, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm Activity #203009 Fee: $30

Easy flavorful recipes to make amazing Thai food in your own kitchen! Activity #103009 Fee: $20

ALL ABOUT RAMEN

In this class we will learn about miso broth and 3 other kids of Ramen broths and combinations to make! Ramen is a popular and fun food that you can now make at home!

Register by May 7

WELLNESS CLASSES

Wednesday, July 7, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

YOGA IN THE PARK

Activity #203004 Fee: $20

This spring, NKC Parks and Recreation is partnering with the NKC Public Library to bring you outdoor yoga at Macken Park. Grab your mats and water bottles, folks! Meet at the gazebo by the tennis courts (across from the Norclay building, at the corner of Howell and Clark Ferguson Drive). Registration limited. Fee: Free

GLUTEN FREE BASICS

Ages 16+ | Amy Vance

Session 1: Thursdays, May 6 - June 10, 6:30 pm Register at http://www.nkcpl.org/event/2904 Session 2: Saturdays, May 1 - June 5, 10:00 am

HAPPY HOUR YOGA

Ages 16+ | Jessica Kennon

Relax and release the day in this hour made just for you. Enjoy unwinding tension and rejuvenating your body through basic yoga postures and gentle stretches. All levels welcome. Bring your yoga mat and we’ll see you for Happy Hour!

Tuesdays, June 8-29, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Register by May 27

COOKING CLASSES Ages 16+ | Ms. Heather | Kitchen/Ryan Hall East Are you trying to live a healthy lifestyle, whether because of an allergy or simply as a healthy choice? Join us to learn how to enjoy a variety of foods and snacks. Our trained chef has worked in restaurants in Denver’s Capitol Hill and has developed special menus for dietary restrictions. You will taste each dish and take home new recipes!

Register by July 2

In this class we will make a breakfast, dinner, and dessert item - and go over all the basics of gluten free cooking! Great class for families with celiac or who just want to start the journey into gluten free eating.

Wednesday, August 4, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Activity #203006 Fee: $20

Register by July 31

PASSPORT TO GREECE

From gyros and stuffed grape leaves to baklava this class covers all the fun Greek favorites!

Register at http://www.nkcpl.org/event/2910

Activity #203021 Fee: $30

Register by May 6

Wednesday, September 15, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Activity #203008 Fee: $20

Register by September 10

E T A D E H SAVE T Howl-o-ween Oct. 9

Mistletowne Market Nov. 19-21

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Sports FALL YOUTH BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL North Kansas City Parks & Recreation youth sports programs are NON-COMPETITIVE leagues. The programs emphasize skill development, learning the rules of the game, playing as a team, sportsmanship, and most importantly to have FUN! Children may register with one “buddy” for youth team sports. BOTH registration forms must be received along with the registration fee for each child at the same time. If you are new to the NKC Sports Program, you will be placed on a team by the NKC Parks & Recreation staff.

T-BALL (CO-ED)

Ages 4-6 by August 1 T-ball is the foundation of every future baseball/softball player’s career. Teams focus on understanding the basics of the game, having fun and making new friends. Our goal is for each child to learn the correct skills for batting, throwing and catching to encourage their passion for baseball/softball. All practices and games are held at Macken Park. Co-Ed T-ball: Activity #305010 Fee: $70

Registration: July 1 - July 31 (or until teams are filled) Fees include jersey, hat and trophy $10 Fee for late registration

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COACH PITCH

Ages 7-9 by August 1 Players will learn to hit the ball as it is being pitched from a coach and cooperate as a team to earn runs and outs. The primary goal is to prepare your child for the next level of play. All practices and games are held at Macken Park. Co-Ed Baseball: Activity #305011 Fee: $80 Girls Softball: Activity #305013 Fee: $80

More Preschool and Youth Sports on Page 3!

KID PITCH

Ages 10-12 by August 1 Kid Pitch baseball is the final step in our recreation program toward preparing players for competitive play. Players are introduced to other players pitching and incorporate all their skills from batting, throwing and fielding. Your child will completely understand the essence of baseball/ softball after completing the season. All practices and games are held at Macken Park. Co-Ed Baseball: Activity #305012 Fee: $95 Girls Softball: Activity #305015 Fee: $95

ADULT TENNIS LESSONS Ages 16+ | Macken Park Courts 5 & 6 Tennis is a great sport to stay active at any age. Come and learn the basics of tennis in this 4 week program. Beginning level courses will be learning how to score and play the game as well as the basics in serving and groundstrokes! Intermediate level courses will build on the fundamentals of the game as well as finding consistency in the game! Max 10 participants per class so sign up fast! Fee: $55 Session 1: Mondays, June 7 - June 28, 7:30 pm - 8:20 pm Register by May 31 Activity #206003-04 Session 2: Mondays, July 5 - July 26, 7:30 pm - 8:20 pm Register by June 30 Activity #206003-06

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Dates are subject to change based on new facts or changes of circumstances regarding the COVID-19 virus.

ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUES RECREATIONAL “E” LEVEL MEN’S/CO-ED SOFTBALL

This is an E-LEVEL softball league. The main focuses of this league is friendly competition, building camaraderie, and having fun! Coed Games are on Sunday evenings and Mens Games are Thursday nights. All games are played at Macken Park. Teams are required to provide their own game balls. Each team will play 8 double-header regular season games with an end of season tournament for a total of 10 games. Teams must pay a $50.00 non-refundable deposit to hold their spot.

SUMMER LEAGUE

FALL LEAGUE

Co-Ed Division: Sundays, 6:00 pm Activity #206001-02 Season begins July 18 Manager’s meeting: July 15, 6:00 pm

Co-Ed Division: Sundays, 6:00 pm Activity #306005-02 Season begins September 12 (No games Sept. 5) Manager’s meeting: August 26, 6:00 pm

Registration: June 1 - July 1 Fee: $410 per team All fees must be paid in full by July 9.

Men’s Division: Thursdays, 6:00 pm Activity #206002--02 Season begins July 22 Manager’s meeting: July 15, 6:30 pm

Registration: July 1 - August 1 Fee: $410 per team All fees must be paid in full by Aug. 14.

Men’s Division: Thursdays, 6:00 pm Activity #306006-02 Season begins September 2 Manager’s meeting: August 26, 6:30 pm

D” LEVEL MEN’S/CO-ED SUMMER SOFTBALL This is a D-LEVEL softball league. D-level teams are teams that are more competitive and hitting homeruns over the fence consistently with multiple players that can hit the ball over the fence! Coed Games are on Sunday evenings and Mens Games are Thursday nights. All games are played at Macken Park. Teams are required to provide their own game balls. Each team will play 8 double-header regular season games with an end of season tournament for a total of 10 games. Teams must pay a $50.00 non-refundable deposit to hold their spot.

SUMMER LEAGUE

FALL LEAGUE

Registration: June 1 - July 1 Fee: $410 per team All fees must be paid in full by July 9.

Registration: July 1 - August 1 Fee: $410 per team All fees must be paid in full by Aug. 14.

Co-Ed Division: Sundays, 6:00 pm Activity #206001-01 Season begins July 18 Manager’s meeting: July 15, 6:00 pm

Co-Ed Division: Sundays, 6:00 pm Activity #306005-01 Season begins September 12 (No games Sept. 6) Manager’s meeting: August 26, 6:00 pm

Men’s Division: Thursdays, 6:00 pm Activity #206002-01 Season begins July 22 Manager’s meeting: July 15, 6:30 pm

Men’s Division: Thursdays, 6:00 pm Activity #306006-01 Season begins September 2 Manager’s meeting: August 26, 6:30 pm

Don’t Have a team? Give us a call at 816-300-0545 for single player registration!

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Special Events Dates are subject to change based on new facts or changes of circumstances regarding the COVID-19 virus.

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Interested in becoming a sponsor? Contact us at 816-300-0545 or visit us at the Parks and Recreation Center, located at 1201 Clark Ferguson Drive to pick up a sponsorship packet.

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Special Events

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Dates are subject to change based on new facts or changes of circumstances regarding the COVID-19 virus.


Parks DAGG PARK

MEMORIAL PARK

2000 Iron Street (21st Avenue between Howell and Iron Streets)

23rd Avenue between Iron and Howell Streets

This 5-acre park features interactive water play and an ocean theme without standing water, plus a rope play system for all ages.

PARK AMENITIES

• Two playgrounds, including designated areas for ages 2-5 and 5-12 • Two spraygrounds, including the Woods Fountain area for children up to 2 years old • Public restroom building and one family changing restroom • Park shelter available for rent. • Two picnic shelters are first come first serve. Each has an 8-foot table and a trash receptacle. No portable grills are allowed at any of the shelters.

MACKEN PARK 1002 Clark Ferguson Drive (Northeast corner of Clark Ferguson Drive and Howell Street) This 60-acre park is utilized for sports leagues, walking, picnicking and more.

The park commemorates the history of wars fought involving American citizens. A replica of the Statue of Liberty is located in Memorial Park.

WAGGIN’ TRAIL DOG PARK 432 E 32nd Avenue (32nd and Swift Avenues) This 4.7 acre off-leash dog park is a partnership between the City of North Kansas City and the City of Kansas City, Missouri. There are separate areas for large and small dogs, and each area features a paved walking trail and multiple obstacles.

WHEEL PARK Southwest corner of Clark Ferguson Drive and Ozark Street Just south of Macken Park, Wheel Park offers a paved, half-mile roller-blading and bike trail.

PARK AMENITIES

COMMENTS OR CONCERNS? CONTACT US

• Festival Shelter – reserved for large gatherings

North Kansas City Parks & Recreation 816-300 - 0545

• Four large park shelters available for reservation

• Three baseball/softball fields • Two soccer fields • Six tennis courts • Three public restroom buildings • Four racquetball courts • One-mile asphalt walking trail • Two playgrounds • Park Service Complex

parks_rec@nkc.org

DOG PARK ISSUES? Animal Control 816-271-6024 Police Non-Emergency 816-274-6032 Parks 11


Rental Information SHELTER RENTALS We begin accepting reservations for residents and non-residents March 1. We do not provide refunds for any reason, including inclement weather. To make any changes to your reservation, there is a $25 change fee. For rates and more information, please visit our website at nkc.org/departments/parks_and_recreation/parks___facilities

SHELTER RULES ALL SHELTERS MUST BE CLEANED UP AND VACATED AT 9:00 PM These rules apply to ALL shelter usage. Anyone violating any of the rules will be asked to leave the premises. If you do not vacate the premises, you may be subject to p rosecution for trespassing (City ordinance #9.28.020). This applies to reserved and walk-up users. 1. ALL USERS OR GROUPS are expected to leave the facility in a clean and presentable condition. Please use provided receptacles for trash and food. Clean up all debris dropped on the concrete surface and around the shelter grounds. Remove all personal belongings.

PROHIBITED ITEMS • Piñatas, confetti, silly string and water ballons: These are hard to clean up and toxic for animals and the environment.

2. Your use of the shelter is limited to your reserved block of time. You must vacate the premises when your reserved time is over. 3. A $25 INFLATABLE PERMIT is required for use of any type of inflatable or bounce house at a Macken Park shelter. Inflatables of any type are not allowed at Dagg Park. 4. A SPECIAL USE PERMIT must be submitted 45 days prior to the proposed special event for approval from the Parks and Recreation Director. A Special Use Permit is required for events including but not limited to: organized walk/run events; weddings; DJs or bands; food vendors preparing and serving food on-site; more than two inflatables or carnival games. Permit applications can be found at www.nkc.org. 5. Pop-up tents, canvas coverings, or any form of tables and chairs are not allowed outside the concrete patio of the shelter. If a pop-up tent or canvas covering is used, support weights are required to keep the structure secure. Approval from the Parks and Recreation Director is required if you seek additional tables and chairs outside the shelter. 6. Public address systems, loud speakers, DJs, bands and similar apparatus require permission from the Parks and Recreation Director. Music may be played at the shelter at a reasonable level. If it can be heard by anyone outside of your party you may be asked to turn it down. If you fail to comply you will be asked to turn it off.

• Adhesives and metal fasteners of any kind (tape, staples, tacks, etc.) on ANY structures in the park, including shelters • Grills of any type (Dagg Park only) • Alcoholic beverages: City ordinance #9.24.010 prohibits all alcoholic beverages, including beer, on park property including parking lots. Violators will be asked to vacate the premises immediately by park staff; failure to comply will result in prosecution for trespassing and violating park rules. • All unauthorized vehicles, commercial and private, are prohibited beyond designated areas. All equipment (picnic, sports, etc.) must be carried.

We’re located next to the handball courts on the west side of the parking lot off Clark Ferguson Drive.

2021 Hours

Follow the NKC Parks and Recreation to find out when Snow & Roast will re-open. Hours of operation (weather permitting): Tuesday – Friday: 4 pm - 9 pm Saturday: 8 am - 1 pm and 4 pm - 9 pm

Party Packages

We offer package deals for shelter rentals and birthday parties. To schedule, email Jasmine Varela at snowandroast@gmail.com.

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25 small cups $55 50 small cups $110 75 small cups $165 100 small cups $220 Tuesday – Friday: 4 pm - 9 pm Saturday – Sunday: 9 am - 9 pm


PARKS AND RECREATION CENTER RENTALS Nestled in the beautiful landscape of North Kansas City’s Macken Park, we offer a serene environment with a contemporary look, stone fireplace, and floor-to-ceiling windows, overlooking our premiere terrace and the lush green grounds of the park. Our facility also features a drop-down screen and projector and a state-of-the-art sound system for sharing presentations, videos and photos with your guests. Lobby with ceremony setup

Ryan Hall

Ryan Hall

All rentals require a 2-hour minimum. Remember to include set up and tear down in your rental time.

Ryan Hall

West Ryan Hall

A La Carte Amenities

• Patio access • 15’ x 15’ dance floor option available

• No patio access

Wedding/Banquet layout: Up to 100 people

Classroom/keynote layout: Up to 56 people

These options may be added to certain rental agreements. Contact us for more information.

Classroom/keynote layout: Up to 112 people For an additional fee, the capacity can be increased with the patio as an overflow. Please contact us for more information about this option.

Pricing

Resident: $70/hour Non-Resident: $85/hour A/V (Optional): $40

East Ryan Hall • Patio access • A/V not available

Wedding/Banquet layout: 60 people

Pricing

Resident: $55/hour Non-Resident: $65/hour A/V (Optional): $40

Audio/Visual Includes screen, projector, hook up, microphone (handheld or lapel)

Catering Kitchen

Cottonwood Meeting Room

Includes refrigerator, freezer, ice machine, stove, microwave and warming oven

Up to 24 people

Pricing

Pricing

Resident: $45/hour Non-Resident: $50/hour A/V (Optional): $25 Microphone not available

Resident: $45 flat fee Non-Resident: $55 flat fee

Lobby Cocktail party setup: Up to 70 people

Wedding/Banquet layout: 60 people

Maple Game Room

Seated ceremony setup: Up to 95 people

Classroom/keynote layout: Up to 56 people

Up to 26 people

Pricing

Pricing

Resident: $45/hour Non-Resident: $50/hour

Resident: $60/hour Non-Resident: $70/hour

Pricing

Resident: $50/hour Non-Resident: $60/hour

1201 Clark Ferguson Drive, North Kansas City, MO 64116 816.300.0545 | www.nkc.org | www.facebook.com/NKCParksAndRecreation Office Hours

Monday–Friday: 9 am – 5 pm

Venue/Event Space Hours

Monday–Thursday: 9 am – 5 pm Friday & Saturday: 9 am – 11 pm | Sunday: 12 pm – 6 pm


1201 Clark Ferguson Drive North Kansas City, MO 64116