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OWATONNA PARKS AND RECREATION 2017-18 WINTER BROCHURE

Start moving like yourself again

540 West Hills Circle, Owatonna, MN 55060 Office Phone: 507-444-4321 Website: www.ci.owatonna.mn.us/parksrecreation

Office Hours Monday – Friday 7:00am - 5:00pm

Tim Truelson Recreation Manager, Programs 507-774-7362 Tim.Truelson@ci.owatonna.mn.us Eric Anderson Recreation Manager, Facilities 507-774-7102 Eric.Anderson@ci.owatonna.mn.us Dani Summer Recreation Supervisor 507-774-7105 Danielle.Summer@ci.owatonna.mn.us Dani Bakken Recreation Supervisor 507-774-7110 Danielle.Bakken@ci.owatonna.mn.us

Rick Smith Park Director 507-774-7086 Rick.Smith@ci.owatonna.mn.us Nikki Callahan Administrative Technician 507-774-7366 Nikki.Callahan@ci.owatonna.mn.us Mary Jo Knudson Recreation Supervisor 507-774-7364 MaryJo.Knudson@ci.owatonna.mn.us Courtney Rosenau Administrative Assistant 507-774-7367 Courtney.Rosenau@ci.owatonna.mn.us Jessica Abrahams Administrative Assistant 507-774-7365 Jessica.Abrahams@ci.owatonna.mn.us

Jesse Wilker Building & Grounds Superintendent 507-774-7097 jesse.wilker@ci.owatonna.mn.us

Parks and Recreation Contact Information: Office & Information Line - 507-444-4321 Fax - 507-444-4299 Facebook - Owatonna Parks and Recreation Email - parkrec@ci.owatonna.mn.us Tennis & Fitness Center - 507-444-4290 SeniorPlace - 507-444-4280 Brooktree Clubhouse - 507-444-2467 River Springs Water Park - 507-774-7370 Park Maintenance - 507-774-7086

Parks and Recreation Winter 2016-2017 A special project of the Owatonna People’s Press in cooperation with the Owatonna Parks and Recreation Department 135 W. Pearl, Owatonna, MN 55060 Publisher: Tom Murray Advertising Director: Ginny Bergerson

Cover Photos: Emily Schoenbeck - Sunset at Morehouse Jessica Durand - Walking in Kaplan’s Woods Parks & Recreation Winter 2017-2018 is distributed to subscribers and readers of the Owatonna People’s Press at no additional charge. All rights reserved. © 2017

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~ Welcome to the winter season at Parks and Recreation ~

We sure had a beautiful fall! As I’m writing this, parks and trails are being heavily used, and the maintenance crew is comfortably working outdoors. This is a great time to get families, neighbors, friends and community members outside to exercise, play, relax and interact with each other and nature. I certainly hope you have a chance to get out and enjoy your parks and programs. This brochure marks the fourth year of offering four brochures per year. We went to four issues so you can have more timely and accurate information. In the past, the winter issue came out late September, which was quite early, so we made adjustments have this issue released in November to coordinate better with winter activities. In this brochure, you will find popular returning programs, new and improved, and programs such NEW! as the Junior Lifeguard Class and Winter Weekend Out! The newly paved North Straight River Parkway with the Wildung/Ihlenfeld and the Lange Woods Trails is now open. Look for a grand opening in early 2018. Also, the Archery Range on Elm is open from sunrise to sunset. If you ever have a suggestion for a program, please let us know. To continue to give you more information and to communicate better, we offer many options for you to receive the latest news on upcoming events and activities. 1) Visit our website at: http://ci.owatonna.mn.us/parksrecreation (where you’ll find everything). 2) Like and follow our Facebook pages. 3) Follow us on Instagram. 4) Sign-up for monthly newsletters

and mass e-mails (contact us if you’re not receiving them). 5) Read school flyers sent out to all kids in grades K-6. 6) Find promotional flyers at area businesses. 7) Catch news releases in the local paper and on local radio stations. If you have a suggestion to better our communication, let us know! Parks and Recreation are vitally important to establishing and maintaining the quality of life in a community, ensuring the health of family and youth, and contributing to the economic and environmental well-being of a community. Research has clearly shown that Parks and Recreation helps reduce obesity, depression and crime, all while building stewardship, cultural diversity, economic development, alternative transportation and academic success. No community can pride themselves on their quality of life, promote themselves as a desirable location for businesses to relocate, or maintain they are environmental stewards of their natural resources, without having a robust, active system of parks and recreation programs for public use and enjoyment. Your Owatonna Parks and Recreation Department is proud of this, and to the best of our ability, we will continue to provide quality service for the citizens of Owatonna. Make time to take advantage of your parks, trails, facilities and programs year-round. “The Benefits are Endless” as “Your Best Investment” is your Parks and Recreation Department! James “Corky” Ebeling Director of Parks, Recreation and Government Buildings

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Recreational activities are powerful ways to refine children’s social, decisionmaking, and problem-solving skills! Owatonna Parks and Recreation has many programs and activities available to youth of all abilities! Check out what we have to offer in this brochure!

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Thank you 2017-2018 Park Board Members!

Judd Dingmann (Chair), Laura Dalland (Vice Chair), Angie Malo (Secretary), Greg Louis, Lee Kostelecky, Pat Fails, Karina Garcia

OUR MISSION: The city of Owatonna Parks and Recreation Department provides a diverse system of green spaces, trails, facilities, programs and services to enhance the quality of life for the community.

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Registration begins November 30: • Swimming Lessons • Learn to Skate Hockey – Session 2 • Future Sports Stars Camp Ways to Register:

• On-Line (begins at 12:01 a.m.) www.ci.owatonna.mn.us/parksrecreation/online-registration

• Walk-In Registration (begins at 7:00 a.m.): Park & Recreation 540 West Hills Circle ***Please note – as of January 1, 2018, we no longer accept Discover Card***

Special Events

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Therapeutic Recreation Programs. Forms are available at the Park and Recreation Office. Participants must pay 25% of program fees, any late fees, and must show verification of one of the qualifications. Qualifications for Scholarship * Current recipients of Free or Reduced Lunch Program * Current recipients of SSI (Supplemental Security Income) or Social Security Benefits * Current recipients of Medical Assistance Program * Other circumstances (will need to explain)

Uniforms for youth activities

Participants may keep T-shirts donated by business sponsors for youth baseball & softball, volleyball, squirt and youth basketball. All other uniforms and equipment must be returned to coaches at the end of the season.

Refund/Cancellation Policy

Winter Programs

The entire policy can be found on the Parks and Recreation website. • A request for a refund is accepted when submitted prior to the start of the activity. A $10 cancellation fee will be assessed; remainder of the fee is refunded. • If a class or activity was cancelled by Park & Recreation, fee is refunded on a pro-rated basis (except Brooktree). • Annual memberships – if requested within 90 days of the start in case of illness, death, injury or relocation from Owatonna, 50% of the purchase price is refundable. • Seasonal memberships (golf), no refund after July 1st.

Programs coming in the Spring Brochure (released February 2018)

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Swimming Lessons Therapeutic Rec Leisure Swim Hockey Future Sports Stars Camp

Youth Soccer Swim Lessons Little League baseball (current grades 2-5) Fastpitch Softball Association Baseball and Fastpitch Programs T-ball and Squirt ball programs

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Youth Scholarship Fund

This fund helps support programs for all youth in Steele County and Adult

The Owatonna Parks and Recreation staff may occasionally photograph or videotape events and program participants. These images are used by Owatonna Parks and Recreation in print and/or electronic media unless specifically requested otherwise by a participant or parent/guardian.

Waiver of Liability to the City of Owatonna

Program participants, by registering for an activity, agrees the City of Owatonna will not be liable for any claim, demand, injury, damage, action or course for action while participating in a recreation program. Participation in recreation programs are voluntary in nature and activities that are offered are choices of the individual.

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Directory DataThe directory data may be released by Parks and

Recreation includes, but is not limited to, name, participation in activities, awards received and images including candid photos and videos of participants in class, activities or sport settings. You may decline authorization by contacting the Parks & Recreation Office.

Youth with Disabilities

Youth with disabilities or health concerns are encouraged to participate in any youth program. Adaptive equipment, program modifications and other accommodations to assist the child will allow them to participate with equal advantage. Coaches and staff receive pertinent information regarding the child’s needs prior to their first meeting.

Give the Gift of Recreation!

Purchase a Parks and Recreation gift card this holiday season and give the gift of recreation and fun! Our gift cards can be used for any registration, program and at any one of our facilities (Brooktree Golf Course, Tennis & Fitness Center, River Springs Water Park or SeniorPlace). River Springs Water Park passes will be available December 1 for the 2018 season.

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FREE hot chocolate while you watch the movie. Some concessions will be available for purchase. All kids 7 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Saturday, January 27 activities include: Battleship Jr. High Pool Time: 10am-1pm NEW! Ages 15 and up Who will be the last one floating? Four person teams use buckets and other tools to “attack” other canoes with water until the competing team’s canoe is sunk or they tip over. The last canoe floating is the winning team of that heat. Teams may also use tools to block water from coming into their canoe. To move their canoe, teams must use their hands, buckets, or other water tools. Up to 5 canoes will be in the pool at once. Teams compete in heats and the winning one or two teams per heat will advance. **This is a free event but advanced registration is required. Must be registered by January 22.

Rock on Ice Time: 6:00-8:00pm You’ve been asking for it and now we’re offering it - NEW Music, lights, fun...we’ll be Rockin on Ice! Bring the whole family down NEW! this year is family memberships to River Springs Water Park! to Morehouse Park, warm up by the bonfire and enjoy a night skating to the music! The family membership is a great deal and would make an excellent gift! See the River Springs Water Park section of Ice Bocce Ball the brochure for pass details. Time: 6:00-8:00pm Get Your Roll On, It’s Bocce Time! Get your team of two to four together and join us at Morehouse Park, (skating area) for Bocce on ice! Discover the sport you can enjoy year round! This FREE event is open to all who want to experience ice bocce.

River Springs Water Park Family Pass

SPECIAL EVENTS

Polar Plunge: January 27, 2018

Polar Plunge 2016 was the first Polar Plunge event to take NEW! place in Owatonna. Polar Plunge 2018 returns Saturday, January 27, to Lake Kohlmier to make an even bigger splash! This frosty fundraiser for MN Special Olympics brings profits in to fund its programs for athletes around the state. In 2018, we’ll turn up the fun with additional outdoor activities, and concessions to warm up the crowd and raise funds for Therapeutic Recreation. Look for more details about the plunge and additional fun in the upcoming months.

Owatonna Winter Weekend Out: January 26-28

We’ve got a fun-filled, snowy fun, weekend planned! Take a look at the weekend’s activities and like our page on Facebook to stay updated on what’s in store. Friday, January 26 activities include: Sledding and Movie at West Hills Time: 5:00pm – Sledding on the Hill- decorate your sled with lights and glow sticks! 6:00pm – Movie (Home Alone) at SeniorPlace

Sunday, January 28 activities include: Family Ice Fishing at Lake Kohlmier Time: 2:30 – 4:30pm Join us on Lake Kohlmier for an afternoon of ice fishing. Limited equipment and bait are provided and holes are pre-drilled for fishing. Prizes for kids 15 & under who catch the top 3 longest fish. This is a FREE event for everyone to attend. Look for more information to come.

NEW!

Winterfest at Brooktree & Master’s Bar & Grille: Saturday, February 10th

Dress for the weather and join other crazy Minnesotans for our first Winterfest! It’s time for the grown-ups to have fun! We’ll have the fire pit and a few bonfires on the patio. We’ll have Bean Bag and Kubb Tournaments, Hammerschlagen contests and more. If you’re not the competitive type, bring your skis or Fat Tire bike and hit the trails! To help you keep warm, inside, Master’s is hosting beer and wine tasting, serving food and will have full beverage service. Keep an eye on the Brooktree/Master’s Facebook page and the Park & Rec website for more information as the event gets closer!


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YOUTH RECREATION Learn to Skate Hockey

Join us for a fun-filled winter while learning to skate and developing basic hockey skills. The program is divided into three levels: Learn to Skate, U6 and U8.  “Learn to Skate” is for first time skaters regardless of age.  U6 is for players born between 7/1/2010 and 6/30/2012 that already have basic skating skills.  U8 is for players born between 7/1/2008 and 6/30/2010 that have basic skating skills.  We also welcome youth who were born before 7/1/2008 to join us if they are new to skating or ice hockey so they can give it a try.  This is Owatonna’s starter program that players progress through before becoming active in Owatonna Youth Hockey Association traveling hockey. A helmet is required for everyone on the ice. An entire bag of protective equipment is available for rent through the Owatonna Youth Hockey Association rental program for $50 per year. Skates can be leased at Straight River Sports for an entire season for a reasonable cost. Registration is available online and at the Owatonna Park and Recreation Office. Deadline to register for session 2 is December 14. Program supervisor: Tony Schwichtenberg tony.schwichtenberg@gmail.com Cost: $75 Location: Four Season’s Centre Program dates Session 2: January-Early March Times: varies  Days Learn to Skate: Mostly Mondays & Sundays Days U6 & U8: Varies

Future Sports Stars Camp

Cost $20 per session Location: West Hills Gym Ages 3-5 Tuesdays Time: 4:15-5:00pm Session 1: January 2, 9, 16, 23 Session 2: February 6, 13, 20, 27 Thursdays Time: 9:15-10am ! NEW January 4, 11, 18, 25 The Future Stars will improve balance, body movement, hand/ eye coordination, and skill development through a series of sport-specific games. The Future Stars Camp will be structured and instructional, while incorporating plenty of fun games and playfulness. We will focus on a different sport each week and teach various skills each class, will also teach children the importance of team work and having fun. Activities include floor hockey, soccer, track and field, and t-ball. Limited to 12 participants per session. Registration begins November 30. Register on line at www.ci.owatonna. mn.us, call 444-4321, or stop by the Parks and Recreation office at 540 West Hills Circle.

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Youth Tennis Tennis Lessons

Kelly Baker, Director of Tennis for the City of Owatonna, oversees the youth tennis lessons program along with his trained staff. Low compression balls, kid size racquets and 36 and 60 foot court sizes are used, to ensure a fun, successful experience for every child! Racquets are available for those without their own. All classes are at West Hills Tennis and Fitness Center. Contact Kelly with questions: (541) 821-4459 or kellybakertennis@gmail.com Winter 1 Session: November 27 - January 11 (no classes December 22 January 1) Winter 2 Session: January 15 – February 22 Recreational Tennis Program *Drop in Rates for all Recreation classes: $12 per class  Mighty Mites Develops Hand-eye coordination and intro to basic strokes with fun drills and games • Ages 4-6 years • 4:00-4:30pm • Monday • Winer 1 Fee: $35 (5 classes) • Winter 2 Fee: $42 (6 classes)  Future Stars Emphasis on learning fundamental movements and stroke technique through fun drills and various games • Ages 7-10 years • 4:30-5:30pm • Monday and Wednesday • Winter 1 Fee: $99 (11 classes) both Monday & Wednesday -or$50 (5 classes) Monday only -or$60 (6 classes) Wednesday only • Winter 2 Fee: $108 (12 classes) both Monday & Wednesday -or$60 (6 classes) Monday or Wednesday only


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Competitive Tennis Program *Drop in Rates for all Competitive classes: $20 per class  Tourney Prep Begin to introduce strategy, fitness, sportsmanship and teamwork in this games-based clinic • Ages 11-13 • 4-5pm • Tuesday and Thursday • Winter 1 and Winter 2 Fee: $120 (12 classes) both Tuesday & Thursday -or$72 (6 classes) Tuesday only or Thursday only  Junior High/High School Emphasizes fun and fitness with games, drills and match play for your teenager! • Jr. High, Jr. Varsity and Varsity Level Players • 5:00-6:30pm • Tuesday and Thursday • Winter 1 and Winter 2 Fee: $216 (12 classes) both Tuesday & Thursday -or$132 (6 classes) Tuesday only or Thursday only  Academy Academy classes are registered each month The Academy program is for varsity level players, and those who play USTA tournaments. This class is by pro approval/invite only. Contact Kelly for details. • Monday, Wednesday and Saturday • Fee: Varies based on number of days there are in the month and the number of sessions you registered for

Private Lessons

Private lessons are an invaluable method of attaining rapid growth and development through one-on-one instruction. Private Lesson options: • 0.5 hour lesson = $31.00 • 1 hour lesson = $57.00 • 1.5 hour lesson = $85.50

Youth Drop in Program

ADULT RECREATION Adult Tennis Leagues Registration Deadline: December 27, 2017  Women’s Partnerless Doubles • January 8 – March 12, 2018 • Scheduled starting match times are 6:30pm & 8:00pm • $45-Tennis Center Member; $125-non member  Men’s Partnerless Doubles • January 8 – March 12, 2018 • Scheduled starting match times are 6:30pm & 8:00pm • $45-Tennis Center Member; $125-non member  Mixed Doubles • January 9 – March 22, 2018 • Tuesday nights – Upper League (designed for higher level players) • Thursday nights – Lower League (designed for more recreation level players) o Note: If there are not enough teams to have a split league, all matches will be played on Tuesday night o Scheduled starting match times are 6:30pm & 8:00pm • $45-Tennis Center Member; $122-non member  Men’s Rusty Racquet Doubles – Drop In (space is limited) • September – May • Wednesday Evening • 7:00-9:00pm • $5 per night-Tennis Center Member; $10 per night-non member

Adult Tennis Programs and Drills Tennis Tech Learn to Play Tennis, The Sport of a Lifetime! Come Join Us at West Hills Tennis Center and begin your journey to better fitness! Class will consist of a progression through all proper grip, technique, and footwork for each stroke in tennis. Culminating in the ability to rally with a partner and play matches.

 Friday Play Day

• Date/Time: Tuesdays; 6:30-7:30pm

This program is open match play for players in the Jr. High/High School through Academy level programs. Balls are provided.

• Location: West Hills Tennis Center

o Free program for students who are in a current Academy program o $5 for members (not currently in an Academy program) o $10 for non-members (not currently in an Academy program)

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• $20 per person o Tennis Tech 1: January 9 – February 13 This program is for new players, or those who have been away from the game, who want to enjoy the health benefits of tennis.


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o Tennis Tech 2: February 20 – March 27

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This program is for players with some prior experience who want back in the game. Or, for those Tech 1 participants that are graduating.  Regular Programs: • Monday: Ladies Cardio from 7:00-8:00pm ($14 per person) • Thursday: Men’s ‘Top Dog’ Doubles 4.0+ (by pro approval) from 6:30-8:00pm($5 for members/$10 for non-members) • Friday: Morning Women’s Day Drill & Round Robin Play from 9:00-10:30am ($14 per person) • Saturday: Morning Co-Ed 3.5+ Cardio Tennis from 9:00-10:00am ($14 per person)

A Day of Tennis with Luke Jensen

NEW!

December 3, 2017

Former French Open Doubles Champion and ESPN Tennis Analyst Luke Jensen will be at the West Hills Tennis and Fitness Center offering semi-private and small group clinics. Clinics are limited to 10 players, to ensure quality, with a minimum of 6 players per clinic. Make sure to get registered immediately so you don’t miss out on this opportunity!  Semi-private 2 hour doubles match o 11:00am-1:00pm $300/person  Small Group 2- hour Clinics (Doubles Drills, Point Play and Strategy--Drill Rotation directed by Luke Jensen) o 2 hour Clinic 1:30-3:30pm o 2 hour Clinic 4-6pm

$125/person $125/person

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Polyester = $34 Excel = $36 Hybrids/Multi = $36 Natural Gut = $65 Labor only = $18

 Ball Machine: The ball machine is a great way to get extra strokes in to help refine your game and build your stamina. There are two different styles of ball machine available for rent in half hour increments to both members and non-members. Rental rates vary based on machine style and membership status.

Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art and form of stylized, meditative exercise, characterized by methodically slow circular and stretching movements and positions of bodily balance. Cost: $1 per class Day: Wednesdays & Fridays at SeniorPlace Time: 9:30am

Pilates

Pilates is a proven gentle total body workout which strengthens deep back muscles, abdominals, upper and lower body as well as improving flexibility. This is a very beginner class. Exercises are balanced with stretches throughout. Class will leave you refreshed and relaxed. Clean mats will be provided for use or bring your own. Instructor: Susan Bernhart. Cost: $2 per session Days: Monday & Thursdays at SeniorPlace Time: 9:00-10:00 am

Yoga

Yoga is a series of postures and stretches in combination with breathing to develop flexibility and relaxation. Proper alignment of the body will bring Description: Each two hour clinic is designed for adult and juniors balance, strength, and calmness to the participant. looking for a unique session with Luke Jensen, Grand Slam Doubles Cost: 12 Class Punch card: $60.00 members/$72 non-members Champion, and winner of 10 ATP doubles titles. These clinics are 6 Class Punch card: $33 members/$39 non-members designed specifically for doubles and singles strategies, giving players Individual classes: $6 members/$7 non-members ideas on winning tactics, executing formations, and mental approaches Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays at SeniorPlace to perform under pressure. These small clinics have been my most Time: 10:30-11:15am successful, and productive clinics I conduct around the world. See you on the courts! Luke Jensen 84/93 French Open Doubles Champion.

Tennis – Other Services  Tennis Racquet Stringing: Racquet Stringing and customization is available within 24 hours, in most cases. There is a selection of polyester, synthetic gut and multi-filament strings available. Stringing prices (tax not included): • Synthetic Gut = $25

SWIMMING PROGRAMS American Red Cross Learn to Swim

The Owatonna Parks and Recreation Department offers American Red Cross Learn to Swim Programs. The programs are held at the Junior High Pool, West Hills Pool and River Springs Water Park (during the summers season).


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Parent & Child Aquatics – child must be at least 18 months old, parent is in the water Pre-School Aquatics – child must be at least 3 years old, NO PARENT IN THE WATER Level 1 – Intro to Water Skills helps students feel comfortable in and enjoy the water safely Level 2 – Works on giving students success with fundamental aquatic skills Level 3 – Stroke Development builds on Level 2 skills with guided practice in deeper waters Level 4 – Stroke Improvement develops confidence in strokes and improves other aquatic skills Level 5 – Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes Level 6 – Refines strokes so students swim with ease, efficiency & power over greater distances Starts/Turns/Dives-Teaches and enhances participants ability to complete starts, turns, and dives at a competitive level. Designed for participants with Levels 4, 5, and 6 swim ability.

Group Swim Lessons – Registration Begins November 30 Cost: $40 for group lessons Sunday Afternoon Classes: Meets January 7 - March 4 West Hills Pool Level 1 4:00-4:30pm Level 2 4:35-5:25pm Pre School 5:30-6:00pm

Tuesday Night Classes: Meets January 9 – March 13 (No Class February 6) Junior High Pool Level 3 6:30-7:20pm Level 3 7:25-8:15pm Level 3 6:30-7:20pm Level 5/6 7:25-8:15pm Level 4 6:30-7:20pm Starts/Turns/Dives 7:25-7:55pm Thursday Night Classes: Meets January 11 - March 8 West Hills Pool Level 1 5:00-5:30pm Parent Child Level 1 5:35-6:05pm Parent Child Level 2 6:05-6:35pm Level 1 6:40-7:10pm Level 2 7:15-8:05pm Saturday Morning Classes: Meets January 13 - March 10 West Hills Pool Parent Child Level 1 9:00-9:30am Parent Child Level 2 9:30-10:00am Level 1 10:00-10:30am Level 2 10:35-11:25am Level 1 11:30am-12:00pm Level 2 12:05-12:55pm

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Private Swim Lessons – Registration Begins November 30 Cost: $100 for one student, $150 for two students (same family, scholarships not available) Location: West Hills Tennis & Fitness Center Pool

Private swim lessons with a certified Water Safety Instructor. Each class meets five times for 30 minutes each. If there are two students in a class, the students must be within one level of each other. You may not sign up for two classes for the same person until a week after registration opens. Session 1 Mondays 6:00pm Mondays 6:30pm Fridays 4:00pm Fridays 4:30pm Fridays 5:00pm Fridays 5:30pm Thursdays 8:05pm Sundays 6:00pm Sundays 6:00pm Sundays 6:30pm Sundays 6:30pm Sundays 7:00pm Sundays 7:00pm

January 8, 15, 22, 29, February 5 January 8, 15, 22, 29, February 5 January 12, 19, 26, February 2, 9 January 12, 19, 26, February 2, 9 January 12, 19, 26, February 2, 9 January 12, 19, 26, February 2, 9 January 11, 18, 25, February 1, 8 January 7, 21, 28, February 3, 11 January 7, 21, 28, February 3, 11 January 7, 21, 28, February 3, 11 January 7, 21, 28, February 3, 11 January 7, 21, 28, February 3, 11 January 7, 21, 28, February 3, 11

Session 2 Mondays 6:00pm Mondays 6:30pm Fridays 4:00pm Fridays 4:30pm Fridays 5:00pm Fridays 5:30pm Sundays 6:00pm Sundays 6:00pm Sundays 6:30pm Sundays 6:30pm Sundays 7:00pm Sundays 7:00pm

February 19, 26, March 5, 12, 19 February 19, 26, March 5, 12, 19 February 23, March 2, 9, 16, 23 February 23, March 2, 9, 16, 23 February 23, March 2, 9, 16, 23 February 23, March 2, 9, 16, 23 February 18, 25 March 4, 11, 18 February 18, 25 March 4, 11, 18 February 18, 25 March 4, 11, 18 February 18, 25 March 4, 11, 18 February 18, 25 March 4, 11, 18 February 18, 25 March 4, 11, 18

participation in formal swimming lessons is associated with an 88% reduction in the risk of drowning in 1 to 4 year old children? Owatonna Parks and Recreation offers swimming lessons starting as young as 18 months. Start your parent and child class today!


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Lifeguard Training Classes:

March Class Fee $225 (no refund will be issued if you do not pass) (Registration for Lifeguard classes available now) Class meeting times: March 11 – March 21 The purpose of the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course is to provide March 11 (Sun): 1-7pm at SeniorPlace entry-level lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, March 12 (Mon): 6:30-9:30pm at the Middle School March 14 (Wed): 6:30-9:30pm at the Middle School recognize and respond to aquatics emergencies and to provide care for March 16 (Fri): 6:30-9:30pm at the Middle School breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until March 19 (Mon): 6:30-9:30pm at the Middle School emergency medical services (EMS) personnel take over. March 21 (Wed): 6:30-9:30pm at the Middle School Prerequisites: 1. Must be at least 15 years of age at time of class. 2. Swim 300 yds continuously (crawl & breaststroke) 3. Swim 40 yds with a 10-pound brick, retrieving it from 10 feet 3065 St. Paul Road of water, using only a kick, holding brick with 2 hands on the chest. 507-774-7370 4. You must attend all classes to pass. Follow us on Facebook ~ River Springs 5. No refund will be issued if you do not pass. Water Park Website: www.ci.owatonna.mn.us/ Interested in becoming a Lifeguard or have you recently taken parksrecreation/water-park your Lifeguard Training certification class? Owatonna Parks and All rates listed include tax. Recreation offers up to $150 reimbursement if you become a certified American Red Cross Lifeguard and work for the city. Contact us for 2018 Season Open Swim Hours more information. June 1 Friday 4:00-8:00pm January Class Monday-Sunday 12:00-8:00pm NEW! June 2 – Aug 12 Fee: $185 (no refund will be issued if you do not pass) Aug 13-Aug 19 Monday-Sunday 12:00-7:00pm Class meeting times: January 15 – January 24 (Closing times may vary beginning August 13) January (Mon): 6:30-9:30pm at the Middle School January 17 (Wed): 6:30-9:30pm at the Middle School January 21 (Sun): 1-7pm at SeniorPlace Coupon Books and Season Passes Available Starting January 22 (Mon): 6:30-9:30pm at the Middle School December 1st January 24 (Wed): 6:30-9:30pm at the Middle School Don’t forget about your Swimming Enthusiast on your Christmas list this year. Coupon Books and Season Passes are available for the 2018 season! Water Safety Instructor Classes (Swimming Lesson You can purchase your Coupon Books and Season Passes at the Parks and Instructor): Recreation office (540 West Hills Circle).

RIVER SPRINGS WATER PARK

(Registration for WSI classes available now)

The Water Safety Instructor course certifies swimming instructors to teach Red Cross swimming, diving and water safety programs Pre-requisites: • Must be 16 at time class ends. • You must attend all classes to pass. • No refund will be issued if you do not pass. • Must demonstrate proficiency in swimming strokes Interested in becoming a WSI or have you recently taken your WSI certification class? Owatonna Parks and Recreation and Owatonna Community Education are offering up to $200 if you become American Red Cross WSI certified. Instructors may be reimbursed up to $100 per organization. For each class you teach, instructors may be reimbursed $5 per class up to $20 per season per organization. Any instructor presenting a receipt from a certification class is eligible if the class was taken within the past 2 years with Owatonna Parks & Recreation or taken within the past year with another organization. Contact us for more information.

2018 Season Passes

Season passes can be purchased at the Parks and Recreation office. Season passes can be used for all drop in programs at River Springs including, lap swim, water walking, water aerobics, tiny tot time, and open swim. Season passes cannot be used for programing that requires registration. An ID card will be issued to each person to present each time they enter. If you lose your ID card, there is a $2 replacement fee.  Season Passes are nontransferable. Individual Season Pass: 48 inches and taller $124.00 Individual Season Pass: Under 48 inches tall $91.00 Family Season Pass: Includes 3 people

$200.00 ($20.00 for each additional person)

**10% off Individual Season Passes if purchased before December 21, 2017.


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Family Season Pass Requirements • • • •

beverage service. A household consisting of up to 2 adults (parents or legal guardians For more information call Old Town Bagels – 451-3193. only) and their dependent children. Family members must all live in the same household 2018 Memberships Only those individuals in the immediate family can be included on February brings new membership rates and categories to fit the way you the family season pass. like to golf! Flexible options, age discounts, loyalty rewards and enhanced Dependents include children 22 years old and under if, they are a full time student in college; otherwise, an individual season pass is family memberships are available. required. (College ID will be needed for proof of enrollment)

Coupon Books

A great gift for any occasion, pass books can be purchased at the Park and Recreation office until the water park opens. After that they are available both locations. Pass Book prices are: 10 Passes for $65 or 30 Passes for $165

BROOKTREE GOLF COURSE In the summer, Brooktree is one of the finest municipal golf courses in Southern Minnesota. Voted Best of Southern Minnesota the last three years, the 18-hole, family friendly, championship course is located in NE Owatonna near the entrance of Mineral Springs Park. Brooktree Golf Course is a great destination to play, relax and enjoy!

Gift Cards Available

Gift cards are available in any amount, and are a great gift for that golfer on your list!

Gift Cards are available at the Parks & Recreation Office 540 West Hills Circle. Hours: Mon.–Fri. 7 a.m.–5 p.m. Clubhouse Rentals

Master’s Bar & Grille at Brooktree offers off-season rentals for Christmas parties, birthdays or other special events. Rental rates are available for facility only (kitchen is not available for use) or facility with food and

NEW!

Winterfest at Brooktree & Master’s Bar & Grille: Saturday, February 10th

Dress for the weather and join other crazy Minnesotans for our first Winterfest! It’s time for the grown-ups to have fun! We’ll have the fire pit and a few bonfires on the patio. We’ll have Bean Bag and Kubb Tournaments, Hammerschlagen contests and more. If you’re not the competitive type, bring your skis or Fat Tire bike and hit the trails! To help you keep warm, inside, Master’s is hosting beer and wine tasting, serving food and will have full beverage service. Keep an eye on the Brooktree/Master’s Facebook page and the Park & Rec website for more information as the event gets closer!

OWATONNA PARKS & TRAILS City Parks

Brown, Buecksler, Cashman, Central, Crocus, Dartts, Falkland Meadows, Fremont, Gainey, Hammann, Hazel, Jaycee, Kaplan’s Woods Parkway, Kriesel’s Woods Park, Lake Chase, Manthey, Maple Creek Greenbelt, Mineral Springs, Morehouse, North Bluff Park, Leo Rudolph Nature Reserve, River Springs Water Park, Summer Park, West Hills, Willow, and Steele Country Fairgrounds Park. Hours: 6:00am until 11:00pm.

Hard Surface Trails

Buxton Trail, Kaplan’s Woods Parkway Trail, Cashman Crossing North Straight River Parkway, and the Muckle Trail. Maps are available at the Parks & Recreation office. Hours: Open 24 hours Trail Rules: The trail system has been created to provide a variety of recreational uses and opportunities for residents and visitors. To ensure the trail system is a safe and fun place for all users, please follow the rules of the road. • Stay as near to the right side of the trail as you can while still traveling safely.


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• Travel in a consistent and predictable manner. • Cyclists and in-line skaters should pass on the left when going by others moving in the same direction. Look ahead and back to be sure the lane is clear before pulling out to pass, then give a warning signal by voice, bell, or horn before passing. • Yield when entering or crossing trails and roadways. • When traveling in a group, use only half the trail, so as not to block the flow of traffic. • Pets must be on a leash. You are responsible for cleaning up after your pets. Dispensers with “pooper-scoopers” are available on each trail. • Trails are recreational. Cyclists and in-line skaers may not race or use excessive speed. Please report any misuse, vandalism, or maintenance problem to 507-444-4321 or 507-444-3800.

Softball, baseball practice and golfing are NOT allowed on the fields.

Cross Country Ski Trails

Reservations

The Owatonna Parks and Recreation Department maintains and grooms cross country ski trails in the following areas from mid-December to mid-February (depending on weather and snow conditions):

Tennis Courts

City-owned tennis courts are available. Manthey Park Courts (also striped for Pickleball, Brown Park Courts (artificial turf) and Dartts Park Courts. Six indoor courts are available at the Tennis Center at West Hills.

Pavilions

Pavilions are available at Brown Park, Dartts Park (small and large), Fairgrounds Park, Gainey Park, Jaycee Park, Kaplan’s Woods Parkway, Manthey Park (small and large), Mineral Springs Park (small and large), Morehouse Park (large and Warsinski Chalet), and Owatonna Soccer Complex. Reservations may be made at the Parks & Recreation office, and may be made up to a year in advance. Rates vary depending on pavilion size and length of rental. Both the reservation fee and refundable damage deposit must be paid at the time of reservation.

Pavilion Rental Policies

Kaplan’s Woods Parkway – from Morehouse Park through Kaplan’s Woods (in excess of 8 miles)

Pavilions may be reserved up to one year in advance…book your graduations and family reunions today!

Brooktree Golf Course (2 miles)

Cancellation by the renting party must give notice one month prior to the reservation and the rental fee will be refunded, less a $10 cancellation fee.

Dog Park

The Dog Park at Lake Chase Park is open. The 1.6 acre off-leash park is a great place to give your pooch some exercise and socialize. NEW!

Solar lights will be installed soon!

Winter - Spring - Summer - Fall: We Will Always Answer Your Call

Pickleball Courts

Four dedicated Pickleball courts were constructed in the fall of 2013 at Morehouse Park. They are located near the dam.

In-Line Rink

Available for use at Morehouse Park. Lighting can be activated by following instructions next to the walk-in door. Reservations can also be made for exclusive use through the Park and Recreation office at no charge.

Skate Park

The Bike and Skate Park is a Tier I park—it is free to use by all patrons. Helmets are required and other safety equipment such as elbow and knee pads are strongly recommended. Please report any damage or needed repairs to the Parks and Recreation Department.

Owatonna Soccer Complex

Lincoln School is home to the complex, and has nine fields exclusively for soccer use.

PHONE: (507) 446-8415 FAX: (507) 455-1305

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16th Street SW

7.4

Brooktree Golf Course

Cherry Street

135

Buecksler Park

Smith Avenue

4.8

Cashman Park

26th Street NW

Central Park

Main Street/E & W Park Square/Broadway

1.5

Crocus Park

Glendale Street

0.4

Dartts Park

Mineral Springs Road or Cherry Street

18 H

H

Fairgrounds Park

18th Street SE or Austin Road

22

H

Falkland Meadows

Dane Road

5.8

Fremont Park

Front Street

0.4

Hammann Park

Rice Lake Street

11

Hazel Park

Kelly Street

0.5

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H

UNDEVELOPED

VARIOUS AMENITIES

BOAT ACCESS & FISHING

SWIMMING BEACH/BOAT RENTAL

SAND VOLLEYBALL COURT

BASKETBALL COURT

TENNIS COURT

INLINE/ICE/HOCKEY RINK

HORSESHOE

FOOTBALL/SOCCER FIELD

H/Y

B

8

Rice Lake Street

7 H

H H

Kriesel Park

Mosher Avenue/18th Street SW/W. School Street 225 H 26th Street NE 8

Kriesel’s Woods park

Dane Road

Lake Chase

County Road 45 N

13

Leo Rudolph Nature Reserve

Young Drive or Jeffrey Drive

53

Manthey Park

3rd Avenue NE or Cedar Avenue North

30 H

H

2 4

2

F 4

H

8

2

H

Maple Creek Park

Elm Street or Mineral Spring Road

Mineral Springs Park

Cherry Street/Mineral Springs Parkway

38

H

H

Morehouse Park

School Street/Mill Street/Bridge Street

16

H

H/Y

North Bluff Park

Northridge Lane

0.4

Owatonna Soccer Complex

Smith Avenue

River Springs Water Park

St. Paul Road

15 H 10

H

H

C H

D/P 9

H

A 4

Sid Kinyon Tennis Courts

Smith Avenue and Havana Road

Summer Park

North Cedar Street

Walter H. Gainey Park

Selby Avenue or Lemond Road

3.7 H

H

H

West Hills

State Avenue or Florence Avenue

40

H

H/Y

Highland/Flora/Hillsdale

0.4

C=DISC GOLF COURSE

SOFTBALL/BASEBALL FIELD

E

Kaplan’s Woods Parkway

B=STAGE

CROSS COUNTRY SKIING

H H/Y

Jaycee Park

A=W WATER PARK

GRASS/WOOD CHIP TRAILS

R 2

Brown Park

Willow Park

BITUMINOUS TRAIL

PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT

2.4

PICNIC GROUNDS/GRILLS

711 North Elm Avenue

SEASONAL RESTROOMS

Archery Park

DRINKING WATER

Entrance(s)

SHELTER

Park Name

ACREAGE

Notice less than one month prior will not be refunded. If the Parks and Chalet - No smoking or balloons are allowed in the Warsinski Chalet. Recreation Department finds it necessary to cancel a pavilion reservation, a Keys should be picked up one or two business days before the rental. full refund will be given. Damage deposits will be forfeit for anyone using balloons or failing to return their key. A $50 fee will be charged if the parks on-call person is Alcohol is allowed at all parks, except at Central Park, Cashman Park, called to open the Chalet the day of the event. Kaplan’s Woods Parkway, and Owatonna Soccer Complex. Glass containers are not allowed in any parks. Permits for large containers are Event and Special Use Permits required. Permits are available at the Parks & Recreation office for $10 Any park uses other than a private party rental requires an event or special and an additional damage deposit of $50. Minnesota Statue 340 regulates use permit to be completed. This includes tournaments, fundraising against the sale of alcoholic beverages. events, Central Park stage, festivals, or any other event requiring additional assistance from park, street or other city crews; or a request to waive fees. Garbage - Renters are responsible for picking up and disposing of all Permits must be submitted at least 30 days prior to the event. Forms are garbage created by users into garbage cans provided or they could available on the city website. forfeit the damage deposit.

7

D=BIKE/SKATE PARK

H

E=18 HOLE GOLF COURSE/CLUBHOUSE

M

6 F= DOG PARK

H=HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE

R= Archery

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OUTDOOR PUBLIC SKATING Warsinski rinks, located in Morehouse Park are the only supervised skating rinks in Owatonna. The Warsinski chalet, a large warming house complete with cross country ski and skate rentals and food concessions is located at the west end of School Street.

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THERAPEUTIC RECREATION Our program offers a variety of leisure options for youth and adults with disabilities. We provide an adaptive format as well as opportunities for inclusion. Our policy within the Therapeutic Recreation program is to plan for the person first, the disability second, and to encourage the independent pursuit of personal leisure interests. Our goal is to make recreation and leisure choices available to everyone, and our objective is to accommodate individuals with necessary adaptations so they may participate as fully as their non-disabled peers.

Hours:

Sunday: 12:00 noon – 9:30 p.m. Membership Benefits: Saturday, Holidays & School Vacation Days: • A newsletter four times a year, providing a calendar of trips, special 11:00 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. events, weekly scheduled activities and program information. Monday – Friday: 3:00-9:00 p.m. • Transportation to local activities for members within city limits, for Night Club programs. Schedule is subject to change due to weather and ice conditions. • Experienced Park and Recreation staff facilitating programs and events. Family bonfire events are held Saturday evenings at 5:30 p.m. • Discount on membership fees to the West Hills Tennis & Fitness Center • Access to resources and agencies such as ADD, Special Olympics, PACER and other advocates for persons with disabilities. • Scholarships and financial assistance available upon request.

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Inclusion in Youth Programs Details for Night Club, Teen Club, and LIFE Youth with disabilities or health concerns are encouraged to participate • Membership and registration packets are available at the TR office in youth sports, aquatics, trips and summer programs. The inclusion and must be submitted prior to starting. policy of the program provides all children registered to participate with • Membership fee is $48 (includes tax) for six months, with fees due an equal advantage. Adaptive equipment, program modifications and January 1 and July 1. other accommodations are considered to assist the individual as needed. • Weekly activity schedules appear in the TR newsletter and online Individualized consultation with parents and coordination with the coach at the Parks and Recreation website. or instructor helps make the transition possible. In addition, all coaches, • Programs operate year round, 43 weeks per year. and involved staff receive resource information for working with the child • Questions, call Dani Bakken, Recreation Supervisor at 507-774in their training sessions. Requests for one-to-one assistance is provided 7110 when possible. When enrolling your child in sports and other programs, please let staff know of medical conditions or other special needs. Information shared with a coach or instructor is confidential. Monday Bowling League The Monday Bowling league is available for teens and adults age 14 years and older who have developmental disabilities or mental health issues. We play 2 games per week maximum, shoes are free. Transportation is not provided. Please notify us of any special accommodations needed for play. Teen Club Minimum of 20 participants to run the program. This activity group is designed for ages 14-22 who have developmental Winter /Spring Session: disabilities and would benefit from social interaction and a place to go to Program Cost: $21.50, payable to Owatonna Parks & Recreation meet friends. Activities include structured crafts, games, local trips, tours, Weekly Fee: $5.50 payable to SPARETIME Entertainment and attending OHS events as a group. Location: SPARETIME Entertainment • Meets weekly, Thursdays 6:30-8:00pm, locations include Dates: January 8 – April 16 SeniorPlace and other sites. Time; 4:30 -6:00PM Registration Deadline: January 5 Night Club

Adapted Groups

This social group is designed for adults 22 years and older, who have developmental disabilities and mental health issues. This group is an extension of Teen Club and functions similarly. Activities are more age appropriate for adults, as we encourage the independent pursuit of leisure interest whenever possible. Night Club is a place to establish and cultivate friendships through recreation. • Meets weekly, Wednesdays 6:30-8:00pm, locations include SeniorPlace and other sites. • Transportation provided to members in city limits for a minimal fee, riders must call Owatonna Bus Company for pick up. LIFE LIFE (Leisure Is for Everyone) is a leisure education program designed for individuals with disabilities, 20-40 years old. Members of the LIFE group learn skills necessary to make the most of their leisure time. While keeping involved in recreation activities and pursuing new friendships, they also learn to plan and organize their daily schedules outside of work using a personal planner. Our goals are to explore personal leisure interests and community resources; develop an understanding of selfadvocacy and personal independence, and learn the rewards that come from volunteering. We encourage members to attend without staff, if possible. This group serves as a transition program between Teen Club and Night Club, and members will learn the importance of choosing and planning leisure options. • Meets weekly, Wednesdays 4:00-5:30pm, locations include SeniorPlace and other sites • Personal planner is recommended, planning sessions held every 6 weeks

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Winter Trips - Therapeutic Recreation Watch our newsletters for complete details regarding our Trip Program. Trips are available to individuals age 14 and older who are members of Therapeutic Recreation. Nonmembers are permitted to register for an additional $10 nonmember fee. We will also schedule a trip to the Chanhassen Dinner Theater sometime during March-May for our annual dining/theater experience there. This year we’ll plan to see “Newsies” Watch for more details! TR staff accompanying groups are experienced individuals who follow routine safety procedures and are trained for emergency situations. They represent the City of Owatonna on these trips. If participants need individualized supervision, a parent or support staff is required to attend.

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We’ve partnered with Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Minnesota, UCare, Health Partners, and South Country Health Alliance to offer those with coverage special fitness programs.

West Hills Tennis and Fitness Center Open House

NEW!

West Hills Tennis and Fitness Center is hosting a special open house to help the people in our community look and feel their best. Imagine firming up, getting stronger, and not having to pay a dime! You can take the first steps toward a new you by stopping in January 6th from 8:00am-6:00pm to check out all we have to offer. Kid’s Leisure Swim Various programs will be taking This class is designed for ages 6-16 who have disabilities. The instructor place at different times throughout is qualified in water safety and experienced in making adaptations for the the day. We are offering Masters swimmer with special needs. Our Leisure Swim staff will conduct a swim Tennis, Strength Circuit Training, session using games and water activities to promote physical exercise, Open Gym, and Open Swim for free socialization, and independence in the water. Those using a wheelchair on January 6th only. Sign up for a may use our pool lift for transfer in and out of the water. Anyone whose Yearly membership on the day of the open house and receive $25 off! No ability restricts them from using the locker rooms independently may use need to sign up for a membership to participate in this event, stop in for the bathroom and changing area located directly off the pool. An accessible more information and a chance to win prizes! entrance is available. If your child needs further 1:1 assistance, we ask Be on the lookout for more information on the Owatonna Parks and you to provide a volunteer. When registering, please complete a swimmer Recreation website! profile, so that our staff knows your child’s specific needs. Class limit is 8. Winter Session Cost: $40.00 Location: West Hills Pool Dates: January 9- March 16 There will be no class on February 13 Time: 6:00 – 7:00pm Days: Tuesdays

WEST HILLS TENNIS & FITNESS CENTER

Membership Rates(tax not included)

Tennis

Monthly

Yearly

Yearly ACH

Monthly

Yearly

Yearly ACH

Monthly

Yearly

Yearly ACH

Individual $36.00 $300.00 $30/Month Junior $20.00 $168.00 $17/Month Couple $45.00 $378.00 $39/Month Family $50.00 $420.00 $42/Month **A Tennis membership includes open court time in the Tennis Center.

Fitness

Individual $36.00 $255.00 $30/Month Junior $20.00 $168.00 $17/Month Couple $41.00 $275.00 $33/Month Phone number – 444-4290 Family $46.00 $295.00 $35/Month West Hills Tennis & Fitness, Summer Pass: Memorial Day to Labor Day (Individual) $60.00 (Couple or located at 502 Dunnell Drive, has Family) $75.00 **A Fitness membership provides unlimited access to the basketball court, weight amenities that include 6 indoor tennis courts, pool, sauna, walking room, cardio room, sauna, pool (during open swim times), running track and track, basketball court, locker rooms locker rooms.

with showers, a weight and cardio room that includes a full line of Cybex machines, dumbbells, free weights, elliptical machines, StairMasters, stationary bikes, arc trainers, and treadmills.

Combination

Individual $46.00 $320.00 $39/Month Junior $30.00 $252.00 $26/Month No Annual Contracts Required! Pick your length of membership or drop Couple $50.00 $420.00 $42/Month in as your schedule permits for a daily fee. Ask to see if your company Family $56.00 $470.00 $47/Month provides a discount, if not, check with us about getting one set up. **A Tennis/Fitness Combo membership includes everything in the Fitness and We participate with several health insurance providers to help you stay fit. Tennis memberships.


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Fitness Center Day Pass Monday through Friday Saturday and Sunday Ages 2 & under (1 child/1 adult)

$4.00 $5.00 FREE (with paid adult)

Upcoming Specials: November: SPIRIT OF THE SEASON: Purchase a Tennis or Fitness monthly membership and get upgraded to a combo membership free. Not eligible with any other specials or discounts December: NO PAIN, NO GAIN: Purchase a year membership and get entered into a drawing for a free one-hour pool rental. January: NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION: Purchase a year membership and get entered into a drawing for a free one-hour basketball court rental. February: YOU’RE SPECIAL: Keep your heart healthy for American Heart Month. Receive a free ½ hour use of the ball machine with purchase of an hour private lesson. Not eligible with any other promotions or specials. Non-transferable (1/2 hour ball machine includes court fee but not guest fee). March: THE LUCK OF THE DRAW: Each Fitness day pass guests purchase is entered into a drawing to win a free individual month fitness membership. (one entry per each day pass purchased.)

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Facility Hours (starting October 1):

Tennis Center, Weight & Cardio Rooms, Track, Sauna Monday-Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Open Swim Hours Monday, Wednesday, Friday Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Saturday & Sunday

6:00am-9:30pm 6:00am-7:00pm 8:00am-6:00pm 11:00am-6:00pm 6:00am-7:15am 7:00pm-9:00pm 1:00pm-4:00pm

**Facility Closed- Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, Easter Day, Sunday before Memorial Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Sunday before Labor Day and Labor Day, and open until 3:00pm New Year’s Eve. **Facility will also be closed August 13 through August 19, 2018 for annual maintenance.

Private Rentals Available

Looking for a place to host a birthday party, church group event or just to have a drop-in group get together? Private rentals are available for the swimming pool, basketball court or room space. Contact us for more information.

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Birthday Party Packages

Allow us to host your next birthday party! Groups can rent the Tennis & Fitness Center (pool or basketball court) or a combination of the Tennis & Fitness Center and a room at SeniorPlace. All-inclusive game and activity packages are available.

Water Aerobics (fee includes tax) Monday, Wednesday, Friday $30 per month Choose one: 7:30-8:25am or 8:30-9:25am or 9:30-10:25am Tuesday, Thursday $20 per month Choose one: 6:15-7:10am or 8:00-8:55am or 11:30-12:25pm or 4:00-4:55pm Monday, Wednesday $20 per month Choose one: 11:30-12:25pm or 4:00-4:55pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 5:00-5:55pm $30 per month Tuesday 10:15-11:15am $10 per month Thursday 10:15-11:15am $10 per month Saturday 8:00-8:55am $10 per month

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trainer. Aaron is an Owatonna native and an OHS alumni. He has trained various levels of fitness abilities: from athletes, to beginners, to those with special needs. He has a flexible schedule, affordable training packages, and will work with you to meet all your fitness and health needs. Strength Circuit Training Led by our Personal Trainer, this class consists of a variety of strength exercises. The goal of this class is to help members create more muscle tone and obtain more balance and coordination for daily activities. All ability and experience levels are welcome. Exercises will be adapted to everyone who participates Fall Session 2 November 27, 2017 – January 10, 2018 (no class Dec. 25 and Jan. 1) Monday and Wednesday 5:00-6:00pm Class will be held in the West Hills Gym

Winter Session 1 January 15, 2018 – February 21, 2018 If you are in need of a personal trainer, the Tennis & Fitness Center has Monday and Wednesday 5:00-6:00pm just the person for you! Our facility trainer, Aaron Halla, has a Bachelor of Class will be held in the West Hills Gym Science degree in Physical Education, Non-Teaching (Exercise Science), an ACE Trainer Certification and many years of experience as a fitness

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Winter Session 2 February 26, 2018 – April 4, 2018 Monday and Wednesday 5:00-6:00pm Class will be held in the West Hills Gym Cost per session (12 classes): Center Members: $30.00 Non-members: $50.00 Single Class: $10.00 (non-members must purchase a day pass)

Annual Show March 10th, 2018 2:00 pm at Four Seasons Arena watch for details. All sessions are held at Four Seasons. Registration information is available online at www.owatonnafsc.org.

SeniorPlace

Youth and Adult Tennis Programs and Services

See the “Youth Recreation” and “Adult Recreation” sections listed earlier in the brochure

Owatonna Pickleball Association

Indoor play is officially here. Morning play includes Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00 am until noon for the mere monthly fee of $30.00 per member.   Evening and Weekend Play consists of Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30 pm-8:30 pm and Saturdays from 9:00 am-12:00 noon for the mere monthly fee of $25.00 per member.   Unlimited play consists of all of the above days and time for the mere monthly fee of $50.00 per member.   Daily fees are $5.00 for members.   Membership fee for 2017 is still just $10.00 Monthly play fee or a OPA membership would make a nice gift or a stocking stuffer for someone.       (Gift Certificates Available)   For non-members all fees are more costly so it does pay to be a member.  To check out more information on our Association visit our web site at

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A division of the Owatonna Parks and Recreation Department, it is our vision that we become an indispensable asset to boomers, seniors and our community by offering programs and services that enable boomers and seniors to live healthy and meaningful lives in their own homes in their community.

Membership

Owatonna SeniorPlace is a place for leisure and recreational pursuits for adults over 50 years of age. Membership is $37.58 per person (includes tax) annually, January through December. As a member you receive discounts to 40 local businesses who are part of our partnership program.

Facility

SeniorPlace is located in the West Hills Complex, 500 Dunnell Drive Hours are Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:00pm. Phone: 507-444-4280 Stay up to date with SeniorPlace and Senior Programming: Website: www.ci.owatonna.mn.us/parksrecreation/senior-place Facebook: www.facebook.com/SeniorPlace

Special Events

Dancing at the Elks The second Tuesday of the month, we’re dancing at the Elks from 1:004:30pm. Thanks to the Owatonna Elks Club! This is a great time to Learn to Skate – USA hosted by Owatonna Figure Skating Club socialize, dance and exercise! Refreshments and snacks provided. We Thirty minute group lessons using the Learn to Skate USA basic skills will not hold dances in January, February or March. curriculum, followed by 15 minutes of structured practice time. Learn the Entertainment Schedule: basics of ice skating with coaches certified with USFSA to teach hockey, December 12: Luverne Wanous figure, freestyle, dance and recreational skating. Class placement is based on ability and age. All ages 3 to adult can participate! Skaters will also SeniorPlace Open House learn to respect other skaters, share the ice, and avoid collisions. Skaters Join us on January 20 from 9:00-11:00am for SeniorPlace will be tested during each session and badges will be awarded at each Open House. This is open to current and new members. basic skill level is passed. NEW! Come check out what activities we offer and find out different partnerships SeniorPlace has. Light snacks will be Winter Session: December 3rd - February 1st provided. Sundays – 7 weeks (no class 12/24 & 12/31): 6:00pm – 6:45pm ($110) Thursdays – 8 weeks (no class 12/28): 6:15pm – 7:00pm ($125) (Yearly membership fee $20.00 from July 1st to June 30th class price does not include membership fee) owatonnapickleball.com


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Trips

Services

Congratulations to our filled trip winners from this past quarter! • Jeanette Lennon - Pickle Factory • Mary Carlson - Old Log Theatre

Staying Active  

New benefits of being a SeniorPlace member ♦ As a perk of being a SeniorPlace member, you will have the first opportunity to register for trips and can continue to register as long as there are openings. Non-members will be allowed to register on the date listed below each trip. ♦ If we meet the maximum registrations for a trip, all members on the trip will be included in a drawing. One member will receive a trip discount for a future trip.

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We provide different services at the Owatonna SeniorPlace. For more information on the following services please contact the SeniorPlace during normal business hours. • AARP Driver Safety Classes • Foot Clinic • Healthy Seniors of Steele County • Semcac Senior Advocate • Computer Classes • Educational Speakers

Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute offers Chair Aerobics and Weight Training at SeniorPlace (contact them at 507-977-2150 to register and to • Frank Clark - Treasure Island Casino make payment) Sibley Park Light Show and dinner in Mankato, MN – Wednesday, Chair Aerobics December 13 Come join us for the 6th annual Kiwanis Holiday Lights. When registering Monday & Thursday 10:30 - 11:15AM $10 per month, $1.25 per class; 1st visit is free. Enjoy a real aerobic please bring a canned food item for the Mankato Area Local Food Shelf. workout, without getting out of your chair! This fun program consists of After viewing the light you will enjoy dinner at ‘Tav on the Ave’ in warm-ups, exercises, cool-downs & stretches. Mankato. ♦ Cost: $22 member / $37 non-member (cost does not include meal) ♦ Registration Deadline: December 6 (non-members can register on

November 22)

♦ Max: 24 ♦ Departing

from SeniorPlace at 4:30PM

Weight Training for Seniors Mon/Wed/Fri 8:30 - 9:30AM/3:15 - 4:15PM, $25 per month. An exercise therapist leads the group in a program of warm-up exercises, weight lifting exercises with hand-held weights, cool-down exercises and stretching.

Plymouth Play House: Looney Lutherans and Hold the Lutefisk – Thursday, December 21 You’d better watch out, you’d better not cry…” Because the Looney Lutherans are coming (back) to town with more tips for surviving the holidays, the Lutheran way. Prepare to keep those New Year’s resolutions with exciting new exercise tips (the 12 Days of Housework); hear the Loonies extol the virtues of their new Cuisinart 12 speed mixers; and learn the secret to getting on Santa’s “nice list” (hotdish, anyone?) Whether your in-laws have overstayed their welcome, or the furnace is acting up, take a break from the stress of the season by celebrating the holidays with the Looney Lutherans. (And, of course, you don’t have to be Lutheran to love ’em.) Buffet Lunch is included in this outing. Lunch is at 11:30 AM and show is at 1:00PM. ♦ Cost: $50 members / $65 non-members (cost includes lunch) ♦ Registration Deadline: November 27 (non-members can register no November 1) ♦ Max: 35 ♦ Departing from SeniorPlace at 9:30AM *More trips to come. Please check the website or the next newsletter which will come out in December.

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Tai Chi Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art and form of stylized, meditative exercise, characterized by methodically slow circular and stretching movements and positions of bodily balance. Cost: $1 per class Day: Wednesdays & Fridays Time: 9:30am

Bingo Each week there are 19 games and a blackout round. You must be a member of SeniorPlace to play Bingo. Cost: $.50 per card Days: Fridays Time: 12:30-2:45pm Quilters This creative group of stitchers meets to create warm, colorful quilts. Members of the group have a good time while they share quilting Pilates knowledge and skills with each other. Pilates is a proven gentle total body workout which strengthens deep Cost: Free back muscles, abdominals, upper and lower body as well as improving Days: Mondays flexibility. This is a very beginner class. Exercises are balanced with Time: 8:00am stretches throughout. Class will leave you refreshed and relaxed.  Clean mats will be provided for use or bring your own. Instructor: Susan Recycled Greeting Cards Bernhart. With some scissors, a little paper and a lot of creativity, this once Cost: $2 per session anticipated trash is made into another’s treasure. There are lots of ways Days: Mondays & Thursdays to be involved. Are you interested in learning how to recycle cards? This Time: 9:00-10:00 am group will meet the 1st Monday of each month from 1-3pm. December 4, January 8 and February 6 Yoga   Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10:30-11:30AM in 2nd floor west meeting room Yoga is a series of postures and stretches in combination with breathing to Golden Tones improve flexibility and relaxation. Proper alignment of the body will bring A musical entertainment troupe composed of singers, musicians and entertainers. You are encouraged to be a part of the Golden Tones that balance, strength, and performs at various functions throughout the year. The group prepares to tranquility to the participant. sing at numerous functions in the Owatonna area. ♦ 12 punch card: $60.00 SP member / $72 non-member Cost: Free ♦ 6 punch card: $33 SP member / $39 non-member Day: Tuesday   Time: 1:30-3:00pm Other Activities Billiards Billiards is available Monday through Friday when SeniorPlace is open. A set time for billiards players to get together is Tuesdays at 8:00 am and Thursdays at 1:00 pm. Cost: $.50 for 2 hours Shuffleboard Come join us for an hour of shuffleboard every Thursday at the SeniorPlace. Whether you are a veteran with many years of shuffleboard experience or if you are just learning the rules, we think you will have a good time getting a little exercise with some local “good sports.” Equipment is provided. Date and Time: Thursdays at 12:30 pm

Card Groups Cribbage Maj Jongg Hand & Foot Bridge Pinochle Mexican Train 500

Mondays Tuesdays Tuesdays & Thursdays Wednesdays Monday, Wed & Fridays Wednesdays Fridays

12:45 pm 9:00 am 12:45pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 8:45 am

Room Rentals Available

Great for birthdays parties, meetings, holiday parties, retirements, baby showers, weddings or family get-togethers! Rooms (capacity): MultiPurpose Room with kitchen (160), Board Room (50), East Meeting Room (35), West Meeting Room with kitchen (50), South Meeting Room (12), 3rd Floor North Meeting Room, 2nd Floor North Meeting Room Call SeniorPlace for rates and availability.

Birthday Party Packages

Allow us to host your next birthday party! Groups can rent a room at SeniorPlace or a combination of SeniorPlace and the Tennis & Fitness Center (pool or basketball court). All-inclusive game and activity packages are available.


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Minnesota State Public School Orphanage Museum Phone: 507-774-7369 E-mail: museum@ci.owatonna.mn.us Website: www.orphanagemuseum.com The property of the Minnesota State Public School for Dependent and Neglected Children, now known as the West Hills Complex, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a Historic District. Learn the history of the Minnesota State Public School for Dependent and Neglected Children • Tour Cottage 11, original cottage that housed boys 6-13 (19231945) • Cemetery (learn the history of 198 children buried there) • State School Museum (inside City Administration Building) • Call for group tours Closed January and February • Outdoor Audio Tour Stations-seasonal May 1 - November 1 Museum Hours: Monday - Friday: 7:00am-5:00pm (Main Entrance) Saturday & Sunday: 1:00pm-5:00pm (Enter through the Owatonna Arts Center) Cottage 11 Hours:

Tuesday-Sunday May 1-Labor Day: 1:00pm-4:00pm Labor Day-Dec 31: 1:00pm-3:00pm

March 1-April 30: 1:00pm-3:00pm or by appt. at 507-774-7369​ $2 per person donation appreciated.

Tours:

Self-guided tours of the main Museum, Cottage 11, and grounds tour are free of charge. (Donations are appreciated.)   Guided tours for groups of 10 or more are available. Please contact the Orphanage Museum for details and reservations.


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Thank you 2017 Sponsors & Partners! 1st United Bank A Family First Insurance AMEC - Mortgage Office of Brenda Bednar American Legion Post 77 American Mortgages & Equity Consultants, Inc. Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Amesbury Truth Bev’s Friends & Family Tours Black Forest LTD BOSCH Automotive Service CarTime of Owatonna Centerline Builders CliftonLarsonAllen Court Sports & More Dairy Queen Grill & Chill Darcy Ihrike, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Advantage Real Estate Dean’s Towing Deml Heating & Air Conditioning Fairview Animal Medical Center Federated Insurance Fernbrook Family Center FOE Aerie 1791 Four Seasons Electric Golden Kiwanis Gopher Sport Heartland Animal Hospital Hy-Vee Johnson’s Barber Shop

Josten’s Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest Kasper Plumbing Keck’s Kwik Lube Keck’s Repair, Inc. Kent’s Cleaning King Orthodontics Kirchner Siding and Window Inc. Let’s Ride Boots & Apparel Little Professor Book Center Main Street Dental Modern Metal Mohs Contracting Old Town Bagels Owatonna Dental Care Owatonna Elks Owatonna Gentle Dental Owatonna Motor Company Prairie Ridge Orthdontics Precision Lining and Sewer R&K Electric RAD Zoo REM Woodvale Remax Venture - Matt Gillard Remax Venture - Cole Orlowski Remax Venture - Melinda Seykora Remax Venture - Rachel Springer Remax Venture - Grady Strand Smith Dental Care Sons of Norway

Struss CPA’s P.C. Subway Sweet Towing & Repair Taco John’s The Flemke Agency The Hohenstein Agency The Kernel Restaurant Thinking Real Estate - Think Connie Knutson Thrivent Financial Tim’s Auto Service Tim Holland, D.D.S., P.A. TPS Insurance Turtle Creek Nursery & Landscaping VFW Post 3723 Viracon Walbran & Furness Welker Custom Homes, Inc. Wenger Corporation

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Our psychiatrists and nurse specialist are experts in all the latest medication & treatments. The Center offers: Doctorate level Psychologist, Masters level licensed Psychologists, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, and Licensed Independent Clinical Social Workers.

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OUR SERVICES INCLUDE: Out Patient Therapy • Couples Therapy Family Therapy • Problem Assessments

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