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Roseburg Parks & Recreation Guide

GENERAL INFORMATION Welcome to the City of Roseburg Parks and Recreation Division. Our goal is to enrich people’s lives through providing park and recreation facilities and programs that benefit the quality of life for all Roseburg residents.

Effective January 1, 2011, park rules prohibit smoking or the use of other tobacco products inside the boundaries of all City of Roseburg parks, with the exception of the Stewart Park Golf Course.

The City of Roseburg Parks and Recreation Division is pleased to bring you the 2014 Roseburg Recreation Guide. We want to connect Roseburg residents with recreation services. Whether you want to have family fun, learn a new skill, get fit, stay active, meet new people or have an adventure, the guide will provide a source to find opportunities.

“Tobacco products” include any tobacco cigarette, cigar, pipe tobacco, chewing tobacco, or any other form of tobacco that may be used for smoking, chewing, inhalation, or other means of ingestion.

“Committed to Continuous Improvement and Quality Customer Service” CITY OF ROSEBURG STAFF DIRECTORY



Ken Fazio Tom Ryan Steve Kaser

Mike Hilton Marty Katz Victoria Hawks Bob Cotterell Lew Marks


Bob Cotterell (Chair) Robert Grubbs Robert Walker Marty Verberkmoes

Locasilne Cui

Kyle Bailey Leila Heislein Diana Wales

C. Lance Colley Tracy Pope City Manager Parks & Golf Superintendent   Nikki Messenger Chanelle Rogers Public Works Director Department Technician   Barbara Taylor Val Ligon Parks & Recreation Parks & Recreation Program Manager Program Coordinator

2014 Roseburg Hometown Stewart Park, Roseburg


Entertainment begins at 6:30 pm  

Big Horn Band



Family fun

Love Hornets

Hemlock Lane National Anthem 9:52 p.m. Fireworks 9:55 p.m.

Roseburg Parks & Recreation * 541-492-6730 * 900 SE Douglas Ave, Roseburg OR 97470 *

City of Roseburg Parks & Recreation

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Movies in the Park

Nichols Halfshell in Stewart Park Friday nights in June

Bring a blanket and come enjoy a fun-filled evening of great entertainment with family and friends. Pre-movie entertainment begins at 7:30 pm & the movie at dusk (about 9:00 pm). Friday, June 6th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wreck-It Ralph / 2012 (PG) Game lovers, past and present, will love this movie! Ralph decides that he is tired of playing the role of the bad guy, so he takes matters into his own massive hands and sets out to prove that he has what it takes to be a hero. Friday, June 13th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Despicable Me 2 / 2013 (PG) Get ready for more Minion madness! Once upon a time, Gru dreamt of stealing the moon, these days he’s a single adoptive father of three precocious girls. Having given up his spectacular life of crime, the devoted new father must divide his time between saving the world and his family. Friday, June 20th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Frozen / 2013 (PG) “Frozen” is an instant classic! After the kingdom of Arendelle is cast into eternal winter by the powerful Snow Queen Elsa, her sister Anna teams up with others to break the icy spell. This will be the special ’Sing-A-Long’ version! Friday, June 27th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Toy Story / 1995 (G) “Toy Story” is an amazing look at what toys will do behind closed doors or when the owners are away! This is the original ‘Toy Story’ that introduced audiences to Woody and his fellow toy Buzz Lightyear!

With assistance from Event Sponsors:

A few important things we want you to know: * No alcohol or tobacco products allowed in the park. * No pets allowed at Movies in the Park. * All children under 13 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. * All movies and activities are weather permitting (including wind speeds), and are subject to change.

Roseburg Parks & Recreation * 541-492-6730 * 900 SE Douglas Ave, Roseburg OR 97470 *


YOUTH RECREATION PROGRAMS Discover Roseburg 4, Land of Umpqua Geocache Series Get outdoors and enjoy the day with your family and friends. This outdoor adventure is great fun for all ages. The series consists of 5 traditional & 15 virtual caches, and will lead cachers to city parks and sights around Roseburg. Discover Roseburg 4 / Land of Umpqua Geocoins will be awarded to those who complete the geocache challenge! The series will continue until all geocoins (200 available) have been awarded. Your passport may be picked up and / or returned to Roseburg City Hall (1st floor), 900 SE Douglas Ave or Windmill Inn of Roseburg, 1450 NW Mulholland Drive Wise Kids® Outdoors - Stewart Park Small Pavilion July 8 - July 31, Tuesdays and Thursdays 10 am - Noon This summer program offers children an opportunity to explore the world of nature while learning about the importance of eating right and being physically active. The program is built around 20 adventure missions, which teach kids about bugs, critters, the water and weather cycle, the three R’s, animal habitats, and gardening, among other topics. The class will meet every Tuesday & Thursday morning for four weeks. Class is limited to 15 participants, ages 6 - 11. Co-sponsored by Pacific Source Health Plans. Preregistration is required. Fee: $40 city resident / $50 non-city resident. Phone 541-492-6730 to register.


STEWART PARK GOLF COURSE Stewart Park Golf Course is a 9-Hole municipal public golf course. Located in the heart of Stewart Park, where the natural beauty surrounding the course is unmatched. The course layout is enjoyable for the beginner and casual golfer, yet offers challenges for the seasoned golfer. The golf course offers a covered driving range, fully stocked pro-shop and the Caddy Shack Grill. Golf cart rentals and golf cart storage are available. Lessons available. For more information visit the website at or phone 541-672-4592.



ADULT RECREATION PROGRAMS Lunchtime Pilates - Boys & Girls Club (1144 NE Cedar Street, Roseburg) Mondays & Wednesdays 12:15 - 1:00 pm Have you been looking for the perfect lunchtime workout? Lunchtime Pilates is a dynamic 45-minute class, suitable for all levels, which will send you back to work with increased creativity, concentration and motivation! Pilates is a system of exercises designed to improve your core strength, using your own body’s resistance to improve muscle tone, flexibility and posture. No time commitments or pre-registration, just come when you can. Participants need to bring a mat. Cosponsored by the Boys & Girls Club. Fee: $3.00 per class on a drop-in basis. Outdoor Summer Fitness Boot Camp - Jo Lane Middle School track, 2153 NE Vine Mondays & Thursdays 7:00 - 8:00 pm, Monday, June 2nd - October 2nd. Look great and feel great! Boot camp is an adult fitness class which combines strength and cardio training while concentrating on your core strength. Work at your own pace in a FUN group atmosphere! Workouts change daily so every day is a new exciting workout. No time commitments or pre-registration, just come when you can. Childcare is not available. Fee: $1.00 per class on a drop-in basis.

Outdoor Low Impact Fitness Class - Fir Grove Park 1614 - 1654 W. Harvard Avenue (meet at the pavilion near the soccer fields) Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:00 - 9:45 am beginning June 3rd This program offers older adults an opportunity to socialize while enjoying a light exercise routine outdoors. Participants will warm-up with some stretching, followed by light exercise and walking. Class will close with stretching and a cool down period. Participants should wear loose, comfortable clothing and good walking shoes / sneakers. No time commitments or pre-registration, just come when you can. Fee: $1.00 per class on a drop-in basis. Free Yoga in the Park - Stewart Park near the Halfshell Saturdays, June 21st - August 9th from 11:00 am - 12:00 noon. Alli (along with other yoga instructors) will be teaching FREE yoga at Stewart Park this summer next to the Halfshell. You will need to bring a yoga mat or a picnic blanket (or both) and a strap. Wear comfy / stretchy clothing. And, please do not eat or drink for at least one hour prior to class. Plan to arrive a few minutes early to sign in and get ready. Sponsored by Body Balance Yoga and Roseburg Parks & Recreation.

Indoor Winter Fitness Boot Camp - Begins in October, check our website for place and start date. Fee: $1.00 per class on a drop-in basis. Indoor Low Impact Fitness Class - Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:00 - 9:45 am beginning in October. Check our website for place and start date. Fee: $1.00 per class on a drop-in basis.





OSU Extension Service of Douglas County

1134 SE Douglas Ave / PO Box 1165, Roseburg / 541-672-4461 OSU Extension Service provides practical, research-based educational programs and materials in Food Safety and Preservation, 4-H Youth Development, Horticulture / Master Gardeners, Small Farms and Natural Resources, Livestock / Forages, Forestry / Woodlands, and Nutrition. See our website for calendar of upcoming programs and classes.

Umpqua Valley Farmer’s Market

2082 Diamond Lake Blvd / 541-530-6200 Also find us on Facebook! Summer Market located at 2082 Diamond Lake Blvd (Dutch Brothers parking lot). Open Saturdays from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm, mid-April through October. Winter Market located at Phoenix School / 3131 NE Diamond Lake Blvd. Open Saturdays, from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, November through March. Vendors provide local produce, food items, goods, crafts and more. The first Saturday of each month will be a special celebration with a different focus such as health, cooking demos, food preservation, music, etc. We have something different each month! See you at the Market!


Umpqua Kennel Club

PO Box 189, Roseburg Pamela Barrows, Secretary / 541-530-1388 AKC affiliated and supporting the sport of dogs including conformation, obedience, agility, hunting and tracking. Dog and puppy socialization weekly. Welcoming new members.

Umpqua Wildlife Rescue, Inc.

PO Box 851, Roseburg / 541-440-6895 A volunteer group of trained, licensed wildlife rehabilitators dedicated to the rehabilitation and release of injured and orphaned wildlife. The emergency hotline is monitored 365 days a year and trained, licensed rehabilitators are on call to treat injured and orphaned wildlife. New members are welcome and meetings are open to all. Call the hotline for time and location of monthly meetings. Also available for educational programs.


Umpqua Valley Arts Association

1624 W. Harvard Ave, Roseburg 541-672-2532 The Umpqua Valley Arts Association serves the region with outstanding arts education programs and exceptional art exhibits year-round. Housed in a historic landmark, the building features six galleries which rotate shows every two months. Kids classes are held every Saturday for 6-12 year olds from 10:30-noon and 12:30-2:00 pm, and a teen class on Wednesday afternoon from 3:00-5:00 pm. Summer camps feature a variety of themes with lots of options to suit everyone’s busy schedules. Countless other adult classes and activities are available, including a first-rate ceramics studio and a beautiful gift shop. UVAA also hosts “Music for the Arts” dinners six times a year, and sponsors the Holiday Home Tour each Christmas season. 2014 will mark its 46th Annual Summer Arts Festival, June 27, 28 and 29 in Fir Grove Park. Hours of operation: Tuesday Friday 10 am - 4 pm, and Saturday 10 am - 2 pm

Umpqua Valley Watercolor Society

Kathy McIntyre / 541-672-4768 Monthly meetings are held the third Sunday of each month and painting afterwards is encouraged. Summer meetings (weather permitting) are held outdoors. All skill levels are welcome!


Umpqua Astronomers

Paul Morgan / 541-673-1081 Check website for dates and locations of upcoming meetings and events. Join the fun at Fir Grove Park (8:30 - 10:00 pm) on September 6th for International Observe the Moon Night and October 4th for the Fall Community Star Party. Co-Sponsored by D.C. Museum and Roseburg Parks & Recreation.



American Legion (Ages 16-19)

Tom Donegan / 541-729-6731 American Legion baseball teams. Games are scheduled in June & July at American Legion Memorial Field in Stewart Park.

Umpqua Valley Cal Ripken Baseball (Ages 5-12) Umpqua Valley Babe Ruth Baseball (ages 13 - 15)

David Morris / 541-530-2749 email: Coed T-Ball & Machine Pitch, Boys Baseball. (Photo courtesy Action Shots by Darla) 6


Bike Walk Roseburg

Dick Dolgonas / 541-672-1757 Formerly named the Roseburg Bicycle / Pedestrian Coalition, this group is a great source of information about biking and walking in and around Roseburg. Check the website for upcoming events.

Umpqua Velo Club

PO Box 2538, Roseburg Umpqua Velo Club is a local club whose purpose is to promote enjoyable cycling for all ability levels. Club rides of different lengths and abilities are offered on various days each week during the riding season (April - October). The club also offers safety and skill education classes. For more information on The Vineyard Tour, local club rides, classes, cycling events and helpful information for all cyclists, please visit the website address listed above.


Umpqua Valley Audubon Society

PO Box 381, Roseburg The Umpqua Valley Audubon Society welcomes birders and nature enthusiasts to occasional field trips, programs, birding classes and other activities that encourage enjoyment, appreciation and protection of the beautiful valleys of the Umpqua. Umpqua Valley Audubon Society hosts ROSEBURG SWIFT WATCH each September in the Fir Grove section of Stewart Park behind the Umpqua Valley Arts Center off of Harvard Avenue to celebrate the migration of the Vaux’s Swifts. Each spring and fall, thousands of Vaux’s Swifts gather to roost communally in the Clay Place chimney. While numbers vary from year to year, the display can be spectacular. Check the website for details about these and other activities.

Board Games


Ten Down Bowling & Entertainment

2400 NE Diamond Lake Blvd / 541-672-3601 Register your child for 2 FREE GAMES of bowling a day all summer at! Summer and Fall leagues are forming now! Please call for details on exciting Youth, Adult & Mixed Leagues! Inquire about private bowling lessons. Ten Down offers special rates for large groups, non-profit fundraisers and Seniors. Catering available for special and / or corporate events.

Car Clubs


Cascade Historical Motor Club

503 W. Harrison, Roseburg / 541-673-4635 Steve Gorthy, President Club interest is in early vehicles and special interest vehicles. Entertainment includes tours, parades, and exhibition.

Graffiti Weekend July 9 - 13, 2014 P.O. Box 24, Roseburg

Stray Angels Car Club

P.O. Box 1936, Roseburg Gordon Boyd / 541-679-0119 The group organizes and participates in car shows and benefits throughout the year. Check website and follow on Facebook for more information.

Cribbage Club 541-672-1474

Roseburg Chess Club

Chess Club meets each Wednesday evening from 6-9 pm at 621 W. Madrone Street in Roseburg. The Club is seeking new members, from beginner to expert level. Players of all ages welcome. For more information call 541-672-9819.

Umpqua Flatheads

P.O. Box 1635, Roseburg Larry Wheeler / 541-221-2567 Regional group of Early Ford V-8 Club of America. Conducts group outings and participates as sponsors of various car shows and benefits throughout the year. Organizer of annual Graffiti Night Cruise in July. Check website for more information.



UCC Community and Workforce Training

PO Box 967, Roseburg Susan Neeman / 541-440-4601 Physical Location - 2225 NE Diamond Lake Blvd, Roseburg UCC Community and Workforce Training serves the lifelong learning needs of Douglas County residents by providing non-credit programs, classes and workshops. Over 150 classes are offered each term and are listed in the quarterly UCC class schedule or on the UCC website. UCC offers classes for youth to seniors covering a variety of topics including summer enrichment classes for youth. Check website!

Mercy Community Diabetes Management & Nutrition Education

2459 Stewart Parkway, Roseburg We provide diabetes self-management education and nutrition education. Call 541-677-2102 for information.



Buckaroo Square Dance Club

5051 NE Stephens St, Roseburg Bernie Fox, President / 541-672-2487 Dance the 1st and 3rd Saturdays, 7:30 pm Rounds; 8:00 pm. Square. Square and Round Dance lessons start in September. Check website for more information!

Timber 8’s Plus Square Dance Club

5051 NE Stephens St, Roseburg Laura Rowe, President / 425-518-9487 Dance the 2nd and 4th Saturdays, 7:30 pm Rounds. Plus Square Dance lessons, Wednesday nights, starting in September.

Chitwood Studio of Dance

3782 Hooker Rd, Roseburg / 541-673-5792 Classes in Ballet, Tap, and Jazz ages 7 through adult. Spring Recitals: Wednesday, June 18 & Friday, June 20, Jacoby Auditorium, UCC. Summer classes July 1 - July 31. Fall classes begin September 1.

Kathryn Howard School of Dance

1437 NE Dee St, Roseburg / 541-672-8811 Dance instruction for ages 2 1/2 - 18 years in ballet, jazz, hip hop, cheer / tumbling, tap and contemporary. The entire studio performs in three yearly recitals held in December, March and June at Jacoby Auditorium, UCC, while advanced teams perform throughout the year at local schools and alongside professional companies visiting Douglas County. Interested students can join the Summer Programs (June - August 2014) or School Year Program (September 2014 June 2015). More information can be found on the website.

KCD Dance Studio

Karen Collier / 541-673-2256 Jazz, Ballet, Tap, Hip-Hop, Modern, & Lyrical.

Traduza Dance Co

22 Osage Drive, Roseburg / 541-673-6969

Disc Golf

Umpqua Disc Association PO Box 711, Riddle OR 97469 Steve Wright / 541-733-9117



Umpqua Fishermen’s Association Mike Brochu, President / 541-839-4853



Douglas County Dahlia Society

2651 Loma Vista, Roseburg Elva Sellens 541-672-7352 Promoting growing and showing dahlias. Annual show will be held at the Douglas County Fairgrounds Exhibit Building on Saturday, September 20th and Sunday, September 21st. Admission is free. Monthly meetings held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month February November at the Douglas County Courthouse, Room 311.

Oregon Koi & Watergarden Society

PO Box 1352, Roseburg Faye Forhan / 541-942-8451 The Oregon Koi & Watergarden Society meets the first Saturday of each month at a member’s home. Potluck meetings consist of guest speakers and information focusing on koi care, koi health, pond filtration, water quality and water gardening. Annual Koi Show will be held June 14th & 15th in the parking lot of Sherm’s Thunderbird Market on Stewart Parkway in Roseburg. A variety of koi will be in tanks for the public to view. Vendors will be on site with koi and pond supplies for sale.



Donna Rawson / 541-459-2821

Rainbow Garden Club

Darlene Boettger / 541-673-2245 Club meets the first Tuesday of each month for lunch at 11:30. Programs include various topics on seasonal horticulture. Visits to both private and public gardens and nurseries are planned throughout the year. Yearly plant sale in June supports 4-H and other children’s charities.

Umpqua Orchid Society

1831 Fairhill Drive, Roseburg Don Young / 541-672-2936 email: Speakers & programs to teach about orchids and how to grow them successfully. “Show-and-tell” display of member’s plants that are in bloom. Monthly meetings Sept - June on the 2nd Thursday of the month at Mercy Community Education Center, 2459 Stewart Parkway, Roseburg at 7 pm.

Stewart Park Men’s Golf Association

Scott Cooley / 541-391-3924 or Keith Fender / 541-430-3266 April through August at 5:30 pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Ten teams of four men play 9 holes each afternoon. Friday Night Scrambles start in April. Contact Stewart Park Golf Course for more information.

Stewart Park Senior Men’s Golf Association

Ray Miller / 541-580-0219 The Senior Men’s Golf Association currently gathers for golf and fun on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings. Currently with 60 members, we play a wide assortment of games in a relaxed atmosphere. Come join us!

Stewart Park Women’s Golf Assn. (SPWGA)

Carolyn Dwyer / 541-672-6713 / Dorothy Austin / 541-679-7276 SPWGA begins on the second Tuesday in April and goes through the first Tuesday in October. The regular day of play is every Tuesday morning. SPWGA’S goal is to promote golf for women in an atmosphere that is encouraging and challenging. All ages and degrees of golfing experience are welcomed. New members welcome!

Gem & Mineral


Dave Williams, President / 541-677-9341 Email: Also find us on Facebook! Monthly meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month at the Mercy Medical Center Community Education Building, 2459 Stewart Parkway, Roseburg / Potluck begins at 6:00 pm, kids club meeting starts at 6:30 pm, adult meeting starts at 7:00 pm.

1034 SE Oak St., Roseburg / 541-672-3534 Umpqua Valley Gymnastics is a non-profit, parentrun program offering a variety of gymnastics classes. Kids of all ages can participate in classes designed to teach everything from basic to advanced gymnastics skills. The organization’s goal is to provide children with a fun and positive environment where they can develop their physical fitness and build self-esteem.

Umpqua Gem & Mineral Club


Umpqua Valley Gymnastics

Umpqua Valley Geocacher’s Association

Robert Kinney of the “KinneyKrew” 541-784-7228 Beth Yarbrough of the “Umpqua Hunters” 541-580-4688 / Find us on Facebook!


Stewart Park Golf Course Call 541-672-4592 for tee times & info. Stewart Park Golf Course is a family friendly 9-hole municipal course owned by the City of Roseburg and located in the heart of Stewart Park. Amenities include a golf shop, snack bar, and covered driving range. Recreational leagues play through the summer. Lessons available.



Friends of the Umpqua Hiking Club

Rheo Wheeler, President / 541-677-0799 Scheduled hikes every other Saturday throughout the year, and welcomes new hikers on the scheduled hikes. Check our website for hike schedule.

Umpqua Watersheds

539 SE Main Street PO Box 101, Roseburg 541-672-7065




Umpqua National Forest

Wes Honn / 541-679-7962 Join us at Stewart Park for an evening of horseshoe pitching. No experience necessary. Weather permitting, pitching is on Thursday evenings from 5 - 9 pm. Tournaments: July 5 & 6 and July 26 & 27.

777 NW Garden Valley Blvd, Roseburg 541-440-4930

2900 NW Stewart Parkway, Roseburg 541-672-6601


Genealogical Society Of Douglas County, Inc.

1036 SE Douglas, Room 105B, Roseburg Doris Curry, GSDC Library Coordinator / 541-440-6178 email: Hours of operation are Tuesday - Friday 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm, and the first Tuesday of the month from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm.. Meeting of genealogical interest the 3rd Thursday of the month January, May, September and November at 1 pm in the Douglas County Courthouse, Room 310.

Douglas County Historical Society

544 SE Douglas Ave, P.O. Box 2534, Roseburg John Robertson / 541-673-0466 Historical Lane House is open to the public, free of charge, on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 - 4 p.m. Yearly Christmas Open House is held on the 2nd Sunday of December from 1 - 4 p.m. Festivities consist of old fashioned caroling, refreshments, tours, and period decorations.

Douglas County Museum of Natural and Cultural History

123 Museum Drive, Roseburg / 541-957-7007 Free kids activities and crafts every Tuesday, June 17th - July 22nd at the Douglas County Museum! Each Tuesday between 12 - 4 pm the Museum’s Umpqua Explorers will share their passion for the wonders of Douglas County with fun hands-on activities, crafts, games and more. Kid’s admission is always free and only $5 adults, $4 seniors. The “Drive-In to History” series is back. Join us on June 27th, July 25th and August 22nd for an evening of outdoor entertainment. Gates open at 8:00 pm and the show starts at dusk. Bring your lawn chair and blankets and enjoy a family friendly film in the parking lot behind the Museum. Concessions available. Check out our Facebook page for updates and more information!

Roseburg Horseshoe Club



Douglas County Central Library

1409 NE Diamond Lake Blvd, Roseburg / 541-440-4305 Summer reading activities for children and teens begin in June.

Martial Arts


Roseburg Martial Arts Academy

1523 NE Vine St., Roseburg / 541-672-6190 Family friendly self defense programs designed to benefit everyone regardless of age or fitness level. Students range in age from 5 - 65. Now offering Karate Birthday parties for children.

Model Railroad

Umpqua Valley Model Railroad Club

Keith Van Atta, President / 541-673-9825 Meetings every Thursday at 7 pm / 870 SE Jackson (call for directions). HO-Scale modular railroad layout.


Accordion Club of Roseburg

Lavonne Knapp / 541-784-3574 Club promotes playing of the accordion for enjoyment, fun, and fellowship of the members and audience. Membership open to all levels. Members meet the third Monday evening of each month. Club performs at numerous functions in the community.

Music on the Half Shell

PO Box 2010, Roseburg / 541-677-1708 “Half Shell” brings a wide variety of music to Roseburg / Douglas County for its annual Tuesday night summer concert series in Stewart Park. Concerts run June 24th through August 12th. Check website for line-up.




Bob Hanson 541-672-6929


Umpqua Valley Amateur Radio Club

Roseburg Community Concert Association

PO Box 392, Winchester 97495 541-672-3347 RCCA bring artists & audiences together by providing national & international performers to the community. Four concerts are scheduled for the 2013 - 2014 season. All concerts are at UCC Jacoby Auditorium. Please check website for membership / ticket information.

PO Box 925, Roseburg Jim Stuntz / 541-440-6837 Meets the 3rd Thursday of the month / 7 pm / DC Courthouse, Room 310. Check website for more information!


North West Rafter’s Association

Umpqua Timbermen Barbershop Chorus

Francesca Guyer / 541-530-6561 Trips are taken to various rivers around the state throughout the year. Visit website for details!

Umpqua Symphony Association

Roller Skating

Pete Benham / 541-672-1016 Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society. Learn to sing songs in 4-part barbershop harmony. Meets every Tuesday at 7 pm at Faith Lutheran Church, 820 W. Kenwood St, Roseburg.

PO Box 241, Roseburg / 541-957-1317 Check website for more information!

Outdoor Recreation


UCC Outdoor Recreation Department

PO Box 967, Roseburg / Cheryl Yoder / 541-440-7729 Spring, summer, fall and winter courses include: Rock Climbing, Mountain Biking, Rafting, Kayaking, Scuba, Wilderness Survival, Compass & Map Reading. Winter courses include: Snowboarding, Skiing, Scuba, Wilderness Emergency Care. Please call or check website for more information.



City of Roseburg Parks & Recreation 541-492-6730

Douglas County Parks 541-957-7001

Parkview Skating Center

1151-A NW Stewart Parkway, Roseburg / 541-957-5283 Parkview is the areas only roller-skating rink and offers a variety of public skating sessions and lessons. Parkview Skating Center is located behind the YMCA. Classes run October July $20.00 for 6 weeks / includes the first hour of public session and skate rental / Tuesday 5:00 pm / parents skate free. Saturday night is $1.00 Cheapskate night / 7:00 - 9:00 pm. Parkview offers fundraising opportunities to local schools and organizations.



Boy Scouts of America Doug Fir District

172 NE Lombardy, Roseburg Chris McCullough / 541-673-5305 Scouting is now in its 2nd century of service to youth and families! Cub Scouts is for families and their boys aged 6 - 10 who are interested in outdoor fun, games, service, sports, friends, action, and awards. Scouts is for boys aged 11 - 17 who are interested in the outdoors, adventure, service, camping, hiking, and fun. Venturing / Exploring is for young men and women aged 14 - 20 who are interested in careers and special interest adventures. There is something for everyone within the Scouting programs in Douglas County! Join today and join the fun! Check website for more info!




1151 NW Stewart Parkway, Roseburg 541-440-9622 Parties, trips, & fitness geared towards the senior community.

Debbie Kelley / 541-440-9571 Meets the first and third Thursday of every month (except December) from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm at a member’s home . Please call for more information. Visitors and new members welcome.

Central Douglas County Family YMCA

Brazilian Embroidery Sewcial Time

UCAN Foster Grandparent Program

Umpqua Valley Quilters’ Guild

UCAN RSVP Retired Senior Volunteer Program

Shooting Sports

280 Kenneth Ford Drive, Roseburg Judy Bergenske / 541-492-3520 / email: Low income seniors (55+) volunteer to assist children with either exceptional or special needs in achieving improved physical, mental, emotional, social developmental and educational goals. Volunteers are placed in public schools and youth focused nonprofits. Volunteers remain physically and mentally active while enhancing their self-esteem through continued participation in needed community service. Some volunteers may receive a taxfree stipend and meal / mileage reimbursement. Must pass FBI fingerprint check. Check website for more information!

280 Kenneth Ford Drive, Roseburg Karen Scavuzzo / 541-492-3917 email: UCAN / RSVP of Douglas County is the bridge between retirees and civic engagement. RSVP provides volunteers (55+) with the opportunity to put their experience to work and make a difference in Douglas County. RSVP matches volunteers with local and national organizations that support our local youth, help other local seniors and provide support to our local veterans and military families. There are numerous ways to become involved. We also have volunteer opportunities in our Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance Program (SHIBA). SHIBA uses trained volunteers to provide free services to those with Medicare or about to enroll in Medicare with information to insure they receive all possible benefits and to answer questions. Join RSVP and let’s make a difference in Douglas County.

UCAN Senior Companion Program

280 Kenneth Ford Drive, Roseburg Judy Bergenske / 541-492-3520 / email: By becoming a companion to a frail person, you can help that person stay in their own home, provide family and caregivers some muchneeded time off, run errands or simply be a friend. If you are 55+ and want to share your experience and compassion, you have what it takes to be a Senior Companion. Some volunteers may qualify to earn a tax-free stipend and meal / mileage reimbursement. Must pass FBI fingerprint check. See website for more information!

Umpqua Valley Arts Center, 1624 W. Harvard, Roseburg The purpose of the Umpqua Valley Quilters’ Guild is to promote the joy of quilting as a creative expression and an art form. Meetings are a time to learn more about various quilting related techniques, share the excitement of creating new quilts and meet other quilters. The UVQG has quilt related programs, workshops, and activities throughout the year. We are aligned with the national Quilts of Valor. UVQG’s annual quilt show is in April. Monthly meetings are held September through June. Information about workshops and programs available on the website.

Roseburg Rod & Gun Club

875 Old Del Rio Rd., Roseburg / 541-673-5616 Whether you’re interested in shooting at the indoor or outdoor pistol ranges, 200-yard rifle range, archery range, trapshooting, swimming, fishing, attending one of our shooting classes, or just relaxing in the park-like setting on the banks of the North Umpqua River, we have something for everyone. This is a private club, but ranges are open to the public on the first weekend of each month. Picnic area and pavilion are available to rent for parties, reunions, and weddings. Private tours are available by appointment.


Roseburg Skate Park / 541-492-6730

Park is open from dawn to dusk seven days a week. Bikes are allowed from dawn to noon on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday. Located off the 900 block of Garden Valley Boulevard, behind Fred Meyer. Park also accessible via the bike path from Stewart Park.

Sk8 Church

1313 NE Cedar Street, Roseburg Troy Burson / 541-672-7222 email: Sk8 church is a place where skaters of any age and skill level can skate in a tobacco, alcohol, drug, profanity, and violence free environment. Monday 6-8pm, 13 & under beginner SK8 session. Thursday 6-8pm, 14 & over advanced SK8 session. $2.00 fee and parent permission slip is required.



Roseburg Church Softball League

1622 NW Utah Drive, Roseburg 97471 Larry Filosi / 541-672-1457 Monthly meetings are at 6:00 pm on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at Round Table Pizza, November through April. Weekend trips planned throughout the ski season.

Special Olympics

Edelweiss Ski Club, Inc.


Cascade Connection Snowmobile Club 541-679-2000


Umpqua United Soccer Club

576 Stewart Park Drive, Roseburg / 541-672-5089 UUSC provides opportunities for youth K - 8 to play recreational and grades 3 - 12 to play competitive soccer. UUSC has leagues in the fall, winter, and spring.


ASA Indian Fastpitch

Ronnie Campos / 541-673-7734 Indian Fastpitch is for girls ages 10 - 17. Softball season is from February to August with games held at Stewart Park.

Umpqua Valley Babe Ruth Softball

David Morris / 541-530-2749 email: Babe Ruth Softball serves girls ages 8 - 16. (Photo courtesy of Action Shots by Darla)

Douglas County Men’s Softball Association

Doug Agee / PO Box 182, Winston, Oregon 97496 541-643-7229 / email: Men’s adult softball league. Season runs May - August with games held at Sunshine Park.

Douglas County Women’s Slow-Pitch Softball Association (DCWSSA)

Tim Snyder / 541-430-1755 / Men’s & Coed Leagues. Season runs May - August with games held at Stewart Park.

Special Olympics of Douglas County

PO Box 541, Roseburg / Frank Rambaum / 541-784-2017 Activities include softball, golf, bocce, track, aquatics, bowling, soccer, basketball & snow sports.


Umpqua Valley Stamp Club

Bill Poulter / 541-459-8282 email: The Umpqua Valley Stamp Club is a postage stamp club that holds their monthly meetings (except June, October and December) on the 3rd Monday of each month at 7:15 pm in the Mercy Education Building (2nd floor above Parkway Mobility) at 2459 Stewart Parkway in Roseburg. Collectors of all ages welcome. Stamp and Coin Show 2014 will be October 4th and 5th at Seven Feathers Hotel & Casino Resort in Canyonville, Oregon.


Central Douglas County Family YMCA

1151 NW Stewart Parkway, Roseburg 541-440-9622 Two indoor pools.

Roseburg Y Swim Team

1151 NW Stewart Parkway, Roseburg Kathryn Zacher / 541-440-9622 ext #212 Summer Swim Team 2014: Eight week session to teach precompetitive swim skills with two opportunities for competition. Session: June 23 through August 14, Monday - Thursday, 4:15 - 5:00 pm at the U.C.C. pool. Fee: $140 for YMCA members, $200 for non-members. Please contact the YMCA for more information.

UCC Pool

1140 Umpqua College Rd, Roseburg Lap swim, recreational swim, credit and non-credit swim classes. Outdoor pool. Check website for more information or call 541-4407686 for pool information

Karen Shilling / PO Box 2104, Roseburg 97470 541-440-9837 / email: Season runs May - August at Sunshine Park. Tournaments: Sunshine Classic / June 21 & 22. Summer Smash / August 2 & 3. WSP Southern Regional Qualifier / August 16 & 17.




Umpqua Tennis Center 1200 NW Stewart Parkway, Roseburg 541-673-3429 email: Facility has 6 indoor courts and 12 outdoor tennis courts available to the public. Tennis lessons and clinics for adults and youths offered. Tournaments: June 6 - 8 Summer Kick-Off / Jr. Challenger and June 19 - 22 Umpqua Valley Senior, NTRP & Open Tennis Championships. Public invited to come watch! Free youth tennis in the summer / please check website for dates!


Umpqua Actors Community Theatre (UACT)

1614 W. Harvard, Roseburg P.O. Box 839, Roseburg (Mailing) Melody Schwegel, Executive Director / 541-673-2125 UACT is a volunteer based performing arts organization dedicated to providing community involvement opportunities while offering the best possible live entertainment experience for audiences in our community. UACT produces 5 productions a year ranging from comedies, dramas, musicals, and more! For information on memberships and volunteer opportunities, please call the theatre Monday - Friday, 9am - 3pm. Check website for more information!


Visitor Center

Roseburg Visitor & Convention Bureau

410 SE Spruce St, Roseburg 541-672-9731 email: Check website for places to see, things to do, calendar of events.


Roseburg Volleyball Club

Cheryl Yoder / 541-440-7729 or email:

Walking Bike Walk Roseburg


Dick Dolgonas / 541-672-1757 Formerly named the Roseburg Bicycle / Pedestrian Coalition, this group is a great source of information about biking and walking in and around Roseburg. Check the website for upcoming events.


Umpqua Weavers & Spinners Guild

1624 W. Harvard Ave, Roseburg Corienne Geddes / 541-679-5886 Hand-weavers and spinners meet on the 4th Friday of each month at 10:00 am at the Umpqua Valley Arts Center for guild business and programs. Occasional workshops are offered as is one-on-one mentoring for beginners.



Body Balance Yoga Center

612 SE Jackson Street #1, Roseburg Alli Spooner / 541-672-5889 or email: Yoga classes offered Monday - Saturday as well as workshops and free presentations. Check website for current events. All levels are welcome.

Youth Resources

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Umpqua Valley

1144 NE Cedar St, Roseburg Tony Hobert, Clubhouse Director Dean Jones, Sports Director / 541-440-9505 The Boys & Girls Club offers year-round programming for youth in 1st through 12th grade. Membership cost is only $52 per member per year. The Clubhouse is open until 6:30 pm each day after school. Check website for summer hours. The Club provides youth with programs that build their self-confidence, improve their educational skills and encourage positive relationships. The Roseburg Sports Program organizes league play in tackle football, lacrosse, volleyball and girls & boys basketball for students in the Roseburg elementary and middle schools. Check the website for upcoming events & programs.

Phoenix Charter School

3131 NE Diamond Lake Blvd, Roseburg / 541-673-3036 “Kids Earth Connect� is a day camp for children grades K - 6 to explore nature through hands-on science, math, art, and nutrition learning activities in the school garden, greenhouse and orchard. June 23rd - July 31st, Monday - Thursday, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. Free Summer USDA Lunch Program (ages 1 - 18).


Central Douglas County Family YMCA

1151 NW Stewart Pkwy, Roseburg / 541-440-9622 Check website for upcoming programs, classes, & events.


Beulah Park 1284 NE Beulah St. Brown Park Corner of Harvard Ave. & Francis St. Charles Gardiner Park 2537 NW Renann St. Commercial St. Park 1626 NE Commercial St. Eagle Park 782 SE Jackson St. Eastwood Park 2823 SE Douglas Ave. Fir Grove Park 1614-1654 W. Harvard Ave. Gaddis Park 800 NW Highland St. Happy Trails Dog Park 100 SE Templin Laurelwood Park 350 NW Madrone St. Micelli Park 1498 SE Micelli St. Parrot Creek Park 1852 SE Starmer St. Quintus Park 350 W. Center St. Riverfront Park Stewart Park Dr. Riverside Park Oak & Washington Ave. Skate Park 1101 NW Garden Valley Stewart Park Golf Course 1005 NW Stewart Park Dr. Stewart Park 1003-2058 Stewart Park Dr. Stewart Park Wildlife Area 929 Garden Valley Blvd. Sunshine Park 205 Sunshine Rd. Templin Beach Park 100 SE Templin Thompson Park 1448 SE Thompson St. Willis Park 734 SE Rose St.

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PARK RENTAL FACILITIES The Stewart Park large pavilion contains the following amenities: electricity, water and 28 picnic tables; 16 of the picnic tables are located on the east side and 12 on the west side. A large grassy area and playground are nearby.   Large Pavilion: All = $150 - $180 / Half = $75 - $90   A smaller pavilion containing 4 picnic tables is located on the hill above the bandshell adjacent to the restrooms. Small Pavilion: $50 - $60      The Nichols bandshell is located near the South Umpqua River in Stewart Park. Electricity is available.   Covered bandshell: $250 - $300 per day. Platform only: $125 - $150 per day (rate available off season when the cover is down).  

The Gaddis Park pavilion contains 8 picnic tables. Electricity and restrooms are available by permit only. The pavilion is adjacent to youth baseball fields and the bike path system which contains six miles of pathway.   Rental fee is $75 - $90  

 Sunshine Park has two pavilions available: The north pavilion contains 4 (8’) concrete picnic tables. The south pavilion contains 8 (8’) concrete picnic tables.   The park encompasses hundreds of acres of natural area, a seasonal stream, sports fields and a play area. Sunshine Park is a great location for small gatherings and picnics.   Rental fee is $75 - $90   Adult and youth softball and baseball fields can be rented for your family reunion or company picnic.   Fields are located at Gaddis Park, Sunshine Park, Stewart Park and Micelli Park.   Rental fee is $125 - $150 per field per day.  

For more information or to reserve any of the above facilities please call 541-492-6730

Roseburg Parks & Recreation Guide 2014  
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