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OWATONNA PARKS AND RECREATION 2018 SUMMER BROCHURE 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 Troy Klecker Interim Director 507-774-7316 Troy.Klecker@ci.owatonna.mn.us

Jesse Wilker Maintenance Manager Parks and Golf 507-774-7097 jesse.wilker@ci.owatonna.mn.us

Tim Truelson Recreation Manager 507-774-7362 Tim.Truelson@ci.owatonna.mn.us

Eric Anderson Recreation Manager 507-774-7102 Eric.Anderson@ci.owatonna.mn.us

Nikki Callahan Administrative Technician 507-774-7366 Nikki.Callahan@ci.owatonna.mn.us

Dani Summer Recreation Supervisor 507-774-7105 Danielle.Summer@ci.owatonna.mn.us

Courtney Rosenau Administrative Assistant 507-774-7367 Courtney.Rosenau@ci.owatonna.mn.us

Mary Jo Knudson Recreation Supervisor 507-774-7364 MaryJo.Knudson@ci.owatonna.mn.us

Jessica Abrahams Administrative Assistant 507-774-7365 Jessica.Abrahams@ci.owatonna.mn.us

Danielle Bakken Recreation Supervisor 507-774-7110 Danielle.Bakken@ci.owatonna.mn.us

Joe Dingmann Facilities Assistant 507-774-7107 Joe.Dingmann@ci.owatonna.mn.us

Drake Simonson Facilities Assistant 507-774-7106 Drake.Simonson@ci.owatonna.mn.us

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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Welcome to Owatonna Parks and Recreation Summer 2018 of Parks and Recreation. From the start, parks were created to serve the people and to give them a place to appreciate nature, exercise, socialize and have FUN. This mission lives on and continues to intensify. This July, let’s celebrate the past, present NEW! programs! and future of Parks and Recreation. Each year, our Look inside for department provides families with unique and fun opportunities for all ages. This year marks our 8th Including a junior size course with forward tees at Brooktree Golf Course, the new North Straight Annual Owatonna’s Weekend Out. The weekend River Parkway trail, a new play feature and family kicks off Friday with a Kids Day Special at Brookmemberships at River Springs Water Park, uptree and a Movie in the Park at Brown Park! So grades and redevelopment of the Sid Kinyon Tennis mark your calendar for July 13-15, and look for courts, and new activities at our Annual Weekend details about other Weekend Out activities on our Out. website and Facebook page! The grass is always greener…on the other side of winter! Now that people have been able to shake off some of those winter cobwebs, we can look forward to an eventful summer ahead.

the membership pays for itself. What’s summer without a few rounds of golf? Whether you’re an occasional hacker or an avid golfer, you’re sure to enjoy Brooktree. The 18-hole course provides plenty of challenging holes, scenic views and a great 19th hole at Masters Bar and Grill! Come and see what’s new and improved at Brooktree! More Brooktree information and many new golf specials are listed later in this brochure. It’s a great destination to play, relax and enjoy.

Parks and Recreation are vitally important to establishing and maintaining the quality of life in a community, ensuring the health of family, youth, and Also, see returning popular programs that were We are in our seventh season of Movies in the Park. contributing to the economic and environmental new in 2017: Calendar Photo Contest, Woofstock, Get your blankets and lawn chairs ready for a night well-being. Research has clearly shown that Parks Rockin’ Around Owatonna, Rec on the Go, and under the stars…June 22 and July 13. We have and Recreation helps reduce obesity, depression, many special events at Brooktree and at Senioran exciting lineup, starting with Wonder in June at and crime, all while building stewardship, cultural Place. Central Park, then Leap in July at Brown Park! diversity, economic development, alternative transportation and academic success. No community Today, more than 40 million people prides themselves on their “quality of life” without Every summer opportunities abound at our local play softball each summer. Come such communities having a robust, active system of parks! Our department is especially proud of the to Corky’s Earlybird May 3-6 to parks and recreation programs for their pubic use high quality parks and trails we have in our comsee nearly 3,000 of these players. munity. Whether you are looking to bring a child and enjoyment. Also, Friday night at 7pm on Field to the playground, play some tennis, pitch some #1 - watch the #1 and #2 in the US. horseshoes, have a picnic, take a walk or just relax, Don’t miss any of our summer activities…stay battle it out! we have the park for you. connected…like our Facebook pages (Owatonna Parks & Recreation, Owatonna SeniorPlace, River River Springs Water Park opens for its 10th sumSeniorPlace is growing! We’re working hard to Springs Water Park, Owatonna Dog Park, and mer! Opening day is June 1 at 4:00pm, come out offer programming for seniors and Boomers! New Brooktree Golf Course), and bookmark our website that evening to kick off the summer right! Look trips include a MN Arboretum trip and a trip to – www.ci.owatonna.mn.us/parksrecreation for daily specials, Facebook specials and special event days throughout the summer. Check out the Day Trippers Theater to watch their production of Drinking Habits. We look forward to seeing you out and about in climbing wall, body slide and tube slide; for the YOUR Parks this summer, as the “Benefits are little ones we have zero depth entry, and a NEW The Silver Streaks softball is back and gearing up Endless” in your “Best Investment,” The Owatonna play feature, or if just relaxing is more your style, Do your personal best. for another season. And talk about Bang for your Parks and Recreation Department! float along the Lazy River! Also, look for the 10th Buck…along with your SeniorPlace membership Anniversary Specials this summer! Rock The House (only $37.58 per person!), you’re part of a business James “Corky” Ebeling, partnership program with many local businesses Retired Director of Parks, Recreation July is Parks and Recreation month. This July, a good neighbor, State Farm is there. and GovernmentLike Buildings America celebrates 33 years of Parks and Recreation participating! Just show your card and in most cases, receive a discount, and in just a few uses and month, and the enduring, worldwide importance Plemel Insurance Agcy Inc

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What’s New with Parks & Trails?

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Themed Birthday Party Packages River Springs Water Park 10 Year Anniversary Kid’s Safety Camp Movies in the Park Owatonna Weekend Out Crazy Days Calendar Photo Contest River Springs Ducky Dash Woof Stock

North Straight River Parkway is newly paved & open! The North Straight River Parkway includes Lange Woods and Wildung/Ihlenfeld Trails. Thank you to generous land donors: Michaletz, Ihlenfeld & Lange Families and Festal Farms; this premier trail would not have been possible without you! Thank you to the Owatonna Foundation for funding three bridges along the trail. Trail construction funding was Summer Programs provided by the Federal Transportation Alternatives o T-Ball Program (TAP) grant, and the Minnesota Department o Squirt Ball of Natural Resources Local Trails Connection grant. Assisting with technical o Day Camps expertise and planning was the City Engineering Department and Parks & o Little Tykes Camps Recreation staff. Once the weather allows, we are also installing two benches o Farm Camp and a bike repair station along the trail. Thank you to the Statewide Health o Learn to Skate Hockey Initiative Program (SHIP) Grant for funding those amenities! A Grand Openo Track ing for the trail is set for June 6th at 6pm. Look for details on our website & o Tennis Lessons Facebook pages. o Jr. Golf o Swim Lessons The Dog Park has a nice paw sign so visitors can better identify it from the road! And, there’s a brand new fire hydrant inside the park! Look for our first Partner Programs/Associations Movie with your Mutt this summer at the Dog Park! Again, look for details on o Volunteer Connect our website & Facebook pages. o Community Sports Camps o Horseshoe Pitching W! E N New Construction! o Owatonna Pickleball Association The Sid Kinyon Tennis courts are getting a new look! Through CIP funding o Owatonna Tennis Association and an award from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Outo Owatonna Public Library Events door Recreation Grant, major upgrades are on the way. The courts have been Programs coming in the Fall Brochure (released July 24) unusable for several years and in 2018 we are reconstructing two courts with o Football recreational tile. The tile has a longer life-span than asphalt courts. The other o Volleyball two courts are being repurposed to house two bocce ball courts, two sets of o Swim Lessons concrete bean bag boards and a concrete ping pong table. We’re excited to bring unique opportunities to our parks!

Photography and Videotaping

Registration begins April 26th Ways to Register:

• On-Line (begins at 6:00 a.m.) www.ci.owatonna.mn.us/parksrecreation/online-registration • Walk-In Registration (begins at 6:00 a.m.): Park & Recreation - 540 West Hills Circle

Registration deadline is May 10th for T-Ball and Squirt Ball. Save $10.00 on each program by registering before the deadline.

Special Events

o Rockin’ Around Owatonna o Archery Day o Rec On The Go

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.

Youth Scholarship Fund

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


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South Country Health Alliance (SCHA)

Members of South Country Health Alliance can now receive $15 off Park & Recreation youth activities and classes. Therapeutic Recreation activities are also included. Maximum of three classes per calendar year. Scholarship form must be completed and current SCHA membership card must be presented at the time of registration.

Uniforms for youth activities

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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 Participants may keep T-shirts donated by business sponsors for youth baseball any youth program. Adaptive equipment, program modifications and other accommodations to assist the child will allow them to participate with equal & softball, volleyball, squirt and youth basketball. All other uniforms and advantage. Coaches and staff receive pertinent information regarding the equipment must be returned to coaches at the end of the season. child’s needs prior to their first meeting.

Refund/Cancellation Policy

The full policy is found on the Parks and Recreation website. General Terms: A $10 administration fee is applied to all refunds (except when cancelled by Parks & Rec). If an activity is cancelled by Parks & Rec prior to its completion, refunds are prorated. Refunds due to cancellation by Parks & Rec will be automatic. All other refunds must be requested by the purchaser. Refunds are issued after City Council approval, except when credit is applied on customer’s account (when applicable). Registrations and memberships are not transferrable once a program starts. Programs, Classes, Player Fees: No refunds are given after the program starts, except when due to injury or illness. Refunds are prorated, not to exceed 50% of the registration fee. Trips: No refund is given after the registration deadline, unless the spot can be filled by a waiting list or if there is no waiting list, a replacement is found by the participant. Memberships: No refund is given except when due to illness, injury or moving from the area. Refunds are prorated, not to exceed 50% of the membership fee. (Seasonal memberships – no refund is allowed after July 1st.) Pavilions/Facilities: Facility rental refunds are given when 30 days advance notice is given. Damage deposit refunds are given regardless of notice. River Springs only: If the facility closes due to weather, a new reservation date can be requested, or a refund will be issued. For reservations made less than two weeks in advance of the date, only half of the deposit is refunded. Rain Checks: Rain checks are issued upon request when Parks & Recreation closes a facility. Requirements: River Springs Water Park patron has been at the facility one hour or less. Brooktree Golf Course patrons must have completed less than half of their round.

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 offered are choices of the individual.

Special Events Rockin’ Around Owatonna is Back!

Explore your Owatonna Parks and you might just find an inspirational treasure! Owatonna elementary school students are helping us kick off this project. Head out to your Owatonna parks this May, and you might be lucky enough to find one of their works of art – a rock creatively painted or with an inspirational message. If you find a painted rock you would like to keep, feel free to do so; however, you must replace it with a work of art of your own. Here’s how the project works:

Create and leave a rock in a park:

Decorate a rock with an inspirational message or design and place your rock in an Owatonna park.

Take a rock, leave a rock:

If you find a painted rock in a park that you like, feel free to keep it but just be sure to replace that rock with one you’ve painted. Please be sure not to place rocks in areas where park maintenance crews will be mowing.

Share your rock:

Take a photo of a rock you’ve found or one that you’ve painted and share it on social media, using the hashtag #RockinAroundOwatonna.

39th Annual Corky’s Early Bird Softball Tournament May 3, 4, 5, 6

Owatonna Fairgrounds and other local fields. Proceeds benefit Owatonna Youth Scholarship Fund. Feature: Friday May 4 at Fairgrounds – Top two teams in the United States play at 7pm on Field #1. A game you sure don’t want to miss!

Archery Day May 12, 10:00am to 2:00pm

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May 12 is National Archery day. This will allow us for a grand opening of the Archery Range at 711 Elm Avenue. This day will consist of demonstrations and learning session on how to shoot arrows, archery rules, games, and much more. We will have equipment available for use. Thanks to the 4-H group with collaborating with the Owatonna Park and Recreation on this day. Come see another great asset to our community.


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Rec On The Go

We’re celebrating National Kids to Parks Day on May 19, by kicking off Rec on the Go for the season! We’ll be rolling into a couple local parks and neighborhoods that day and throughout the summer with sports, arts and crafts, games and fun. Join us this summer at one of our FREE Rec On The Go sites! Look on our website and Facebook page for more information and locations; we might just pull into your neighborhood and bring recreation to you!

May 19 Schedule:

• 9:00 – 10:00am – Soccer Complex • 10:30 – 11:30am – Lincoln Square Apartments • 1:00 – 2:00pm – Jaycee Park

Summer Schedule:

• Wednesday, June 6, 3:00 – 4:30pm – Location TBD • Wednesday, June 13, 1:00 – 2:30pm – Location TBD • Wednesday, June 20, 1:00 – 2:30pm – Owatonna Education Center (old Washington School) • Wednesday, June 27, 5:00 – 6:00pm – Manthey Park • Wednesday, July 18, 5:00 – 6:00pm – Jaycee Park • Wednesday, July 25, 10:00 – 11:30am – Manthey Park • Wednesday, August 1, 1:00 – 2:30pm – Wilson School

Theme Birthday Parties

Do you want to make your child’s next birthday the best one yet? Check out our special theme birthday party packages. With seven different themes, you are sure to find something to entertain your birthday boy or girl. Each package comes with a two hour room rental at SeniorPlace (unless noted otherwise), decorations, and a trained staff member to facilitate the party. More information and application forms can be found on the Park and Recreation website, ci.owatonna.mn.us/parksrecreation/senior-place. NEW!

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games designed to test their skills. Princess: Join us for a magical once upon a birthday with our princess package. Guests will get to design their own tiaras and play a variety of princess games. **Other non-themed packages including one-hour pool or basketball court rental plus one hour SeniorPlace room rental also available.

Steele County Kid’s Safety Camp

The Owatonna Police, Fire, and Parks and Recreation Departments, Steele County Sheriff’s and Attorney’s Offices along with Gold Cross Ambulance will host the Steele County Kid’s Safety Camp. Kids entering 4th grade learn about fishing safety, boat and canoe safety, camping and hiking, bike safety, firearms safety, first aid, electrical safety, fire safety, outdoor equipment safety and much more. Fee includes lunches, snacks, beverages, and safety items to take home. Each child will receive a camp T-shirt, certificate of completion and team picture. Registration forms are available at the Parks and Recreation office May 1-13. Cost: $20.00 Location: Lake Kohlmier and Fairgrounds Dates: June 7 and 8 Time: 7:30am-4:30pm each day Days: Thursday and Friday

Movies in the Park

This summer we have three family-friendly movies planned. Movies begin at sunset (between 7:30pm and 9:00pm depending on the day). Details for each movie will be posted on our website and Facebook page as the dates get closer. Movies are free and concessions are available! June 22 (rain date June 23) – Wonder at Central Park July 13 (rain date July 14) – Leap at Brown Park Sept. 14 (rain date Sept. 15) – 101 Dalmations at Dog Park Program Sponsors are needed for the Movie in the Parks Program! If you are interested in sponsoring a movie night event, please contact the Parks & Recreation office at 507-444-4321. Thank you Connie Knutson and Owatonna Park & Rec Youth Scholarship, our current movie sponsors!

Get Your Glow On: Kids will get to make glow in the dark playdough, their very own glow in the dark t-shirts (t-shirts not provided) and paint their faces with glow in the dark paint. Once we are all glowing, the lights will go down and the glow sticks will come out for a fun dance party. Leapin’ Lego: Kids will build the best birthday they can with their vast imaginations and some Legos. Kids will build, compete, and even build their very own Lego persona. Superhero: Partygoers will get to turn themselves into their own superhero. Guests will decide on their hero name, powers, archrival, and sidekick. Kids will get to design their own mask and cape as well as compete in superhero

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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

River Springs Ducky Dash Sunday, June 24

receive one finishing prize. Diaper Dash – crawling only. A 10 foot course for 24 months or younger. Join us at River Springs Water Park for our 4th Annual River Springs Ducky Toddler Trot – ages 2-5, a 100-meter run. Dash. New this year, everyone who enters the Water Park is given a duck to race. How does the race work? Each duck has a number on the bottom that cor- Kids K – ages 4-12. A full K trail run – ending at Brooktree relates to the patron. The rubber ducks travel down the water slide and once Clubhouse. they plunge into the water they continue to race to the finish around the lazy Sponsored in part by Twin Cities in Motion river. Prizes are drawn at the conclusion of the race and awarded to the top finishers. You do not have to be present to win a prize. Look for more details Kayaking NEW! on our website and Facebook. 1:00 – 3:00pm at Lake Chase Ever wanted to give kayaking a try or already enjoy the activity but NEW! th don’t have a kayak? This is your chance to glide through the waters of Owatonna’s 8 Annual Weekend Out – July 13-15 Lake Chase. Kayaks and life jackets will be provided, all you need to *All Weekend Activity: Trails Challenge – Walk, bike or run on your Owa- do is show up and try it out! tonna trails this weekend and be entered into a drawing for prizes! Look for details to come on this challenge on our website and Facebook page. Backyard Games NEW! Starting at 4:00pm at Brooktree Friday Activities: Wind down Saturday with a fun evening at Brooktree! We have yard games by the patio along with food and drink specials! Throw some Take a Kid Golfing Day bean bags or try Kubb! All Day at Brooktree Golf Course Kick off our 8th Annual Weekend Out by enjoying a day on the golf Sunday Activities: course with your child, niece, nephew, neighbor, or grandchild! Just $5 per child, $5 per adult and $5 per cart! (Adult must drive the cart.) Family Sunday Funday All day at Brooktree Golf Course Movie in the Park Children ages 5 & up are welcome to join a parent to golf at Brown Park Brooktree, $15 per pair and $5 per cart. Parent & child must each Grab your blankets and lawn chairs, sit back and watch the movie have their own set of clubs. Please call ahead for a tee time. Leap under the stars! The movie will begin at sunset (approximately 8:45 – 9:00pm), pre movie activities will begin an hour before the Super Splash Special movie. Concessions will be available. Rain date is July 14. All day at River Springs Water Park $2.50 admission all day! Saturday Activities:

Yoga in the Park NEW! 8:00am – 9:00am at Dartts Park Start your morning with the benefits of yoga and nature! A fun challenging all-levels yoga class held outdoors where everyone is welcome. Bring the whole family and stay for the Kids Fun Runs right after yoga! Childcare will be available during yoga for those moms and dads who want to start their Saturday off with some relaxation. Please bring your own yoga mat. NEW!

Owatonna Farmer’s Market Family Fun Day 8:00am – 12:00pm, Central Park in downtown Owatonna The Healthy Eating Coalition of Steele County invites you to come out for some great fun at the Farmer’s Market! All children will receive Allina Health Bucks to shop for healthy foods at the market. There will also be games and educational activities.

Diaper Dash ~ Toddler Trot ~ Kids K Trail Runs 9:00am at Dartts Park Register at the park. Races are free, all participants finishing receive a prize. A child may register for more than one race, but will only

...spending time together as a family increases health and well-being. Make time with your family to enjoy one of the many events we have planned for Weekend Out! Crazy Days July 26-28, Downtown Owatonna

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Find us at Crazy Days on Kids Day, July 27 in downtown Owatonna! Play games, participate in activities and have fun with our FREE Rec on the Go program. Look for more information to come on our website and Facebook page.

Woofstock and Movie with your Mutt! Friday, September 14 at Lake Chase Dog Park

Join us at the dog park with your pooch to meet fellow dog lovers! This year we will play the movie 101 Dalmatians at sunset! Details to come on our Facebook page and website. If you were interested in being a vendor at this event, please contact the P&R office.

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Farm Camp Minnesota Monday, August 13th

Who: students entering grades 3, 4, 5 & 6 (limited to first 35 participants) Cost: $10 per student, includes bus, lunch, snacks, t-shirt and a goody bag **We can take 2 parent volunteers for this trip. Please let us know if you can join us! Deadline to register is June 15 *Parents are required to complete a waiver for each camper – NO EXCEPTIONS! Farm Camp Minnesota is organized and sponsored by farmers & agribusiness people who love what they do; and want to share their passion with Minnesota youth. Farm Camp is a fun, interactive learning experience giving youth a connection to agriculture and their food. Each camper participates in breakout sessions where they get hands-on experience learning about corn, soybeans, swine, dairy, beef, poultry, farm equipment and much more! Each camper also gets a tractor ride! Thank you to the Steele County Corn & Soybean Growers Association for sponsoring the bus and lowering the cost to the campers! Bus departs City Hall at 8:15a.m. and returns at 3:30p.m.

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door and outdoor facilities to fit your needs. 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, Morehouse Park (large and Warsinski Chalet), Lake Kohlmier Island, and Owatonna Soccer Complex. Pavilion Reservations Reservations are 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 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. Notice less than one month prior will not be refunded. If the Parks and Recreation Department finds it necessary to cancel a pavilion reservation, a full refund will be given.

Alcohol is allowed at all parks, except at Central Park, Cashman Park and Kaplan’s Wood Parkway, or Owatonna Soccer Complex. Glass containers are What do you love about your Owatonna Parks and Trails? Submit your favorite park, trail or recreation photo for your chance to win a not allowed in any parks. Permits for large containers are required. Permits $25 or $10 gift card and be featured in the 2019 Owatonna Parks and Recre- are available at the Parks & Recreation office for $10 and an additional damation calendar! age deposit of $50. Minnesota Statue 340 regulates against the sale of alco holic beverages. Submit your photo by email to: Jessica.Abrahams@ci.owatonna.mn.us or mail photos to: 540 West Hills Circle, Owatonna, Attn: Jessica. Submission Garbage - Pavilion renters are reminded that they are responsible for pickdeadline is October 12, 2018 and must include the photographer’s name and ing up and disposing of all garbage that is created by users into garbage cans phone number. The cover photo winner receives a $25 Owatonna Park and provided or they could forfeit the damage deposit. Rec gift card; monthly photo winners receive a $10 gift card and all winners receive a free calendar. *By submitting, you agree that you have taken Chalet - No smoking is allowed in the Warsinski Chalet. Balloons are not althe photo submitted. Submitted photos may be used at the discretion of Owatonna Parks & Recreation, including and not limited to websites, social lowed. Keys should be picked up one or two business days before the rental. Damage deposits will be forfeit for anyone using balloons or failing to return media, print and online publications, etc. their key. A $50 fee will be charged if the parks on-call person is called to open the Chalet on the day of the event. ...a coach does not only teach skills of a

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The Parks and Recreation Department uses volunteer coaches for many youth programs. Volunteer coaches play an important role in the youth sports experience. Volunteers are trained in our philosophy of youth sports, first aid, concussions and how to teach skills for their sport. All volunteers must complete a background each year.

Facility and Equipment Rental

Do you have a graduation, family reunion, or retirement party that you are planning this summer? Owatonna Parks and Recreation has a variety of in-

Event and Special Use Permits Any park use other than a private party rental will require an event or special use permit to be completed. These uses would include tournaments, fundraising events, Central Park stage, festivals, or any other event that requires additional assistance from park, street or other city crews; or a request to waive fees. SeniorPlace Room Rentals Room Rentals Available Great for weddings, birthdays, retirements, meetings, showers, or family get-togethers! We are also booking dates for 2018 graduation parties. Rooms (capacity): Multi-Purpose 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.


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Equipment Rental Owatonna Parks and Recreation gives you the opportunity to rent a variety of recreational equipment year round. We have equipment to fit your needs including; Baseball or Softball Gloves, Footballs, GPS Units, Picnic Packs, Fishing Rods, Backyard Games and Bounce House Rental. Some rental equipment may require a fee and security deposit. Call our office for more information! Please reserve in advance to ensure the availability of the items you want.

Youth Sports T-Ball & Squirts

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Program Dates: July 9, 16, 23, & 30 or July 10, 17, 24 and 31 Times: 8:00 am - 10:00 am Mondays or Tuesdays

Learn to Skate – Hockey

As it starts to heat up outside, we are getting excited for our annual summertime cool-down in the Four Seasons Centre! Learn-To-Skate begins in June. We take to the ice on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30-7:30pm, starting June 12. Classes run 5 weeks. No classes held July 4th week. Tuesdays:    June 12, 19, 26, July 10, 17 Thursdays:    June 14, 21, 28, July 12, 19  Cost: $55

An introduction to the game of baseball for boys and girls. T-Ball is for those entering Kindergarten or 1st grade in the fall. Squirts is for those entering 1st grade (if they’ve Classes are held for anyone who wants to learn to skate or practice their beginhad one year of T-ball), or 2nd grade. The program empha- ning skating skills. A helmet and skates are required for anyone on the ice, sizes skills and social development; scrimmages are played. including adult helpers and coaches. If you need to rent protective equipment, please contact Mark Spurgeon at marks@ultrapure.com or phone (507) Cost: $37, after May 10 - $47 456-5949. Skate rental available at Straight River Sports & Fitness, 222 W. Locations: Brown, Jaycee, or Manthey/McKinley Fields Bridge Street, 451-1666. Any questions, please contact Tony Schwichtenberg Program Dates: Starts the week of June 4th, ends 1st week in August at tony.schwichtenberg@gmail.com. See you at the rink! Times: Evenings at varied times - 5:30, 6:30 or 7:30pm Days: T-ball plays Mondays, Squirts plays Tuesdays Tennis Lessons Coaches meeting: May 30 at 5:30pm, City Administration Building Lower Level Meeting Room. Jr. Tennis Program Kelly Baker, Director of Tennis for the City of Owatonna, oversees the youth Summer Track & Field tennis lessons program along with his trained staff. Low compression balls, A program for boys and girls who have completed 2nd through 8th grade. Track kid size racquets and 36 and 60 foot court sizes are used, to ensure a fun, promotes physical fitness, develops self-esteem through individual success and successful experience for every child! Racquets are available for those without provides low-key, fun, competitive meets. Participants need running shoes, their own. All classes are at West Hills Tennis and Fitness Center. light clothing (weather-appropriate), and a water bottle. All participants reContact Kelly with questions: ceive a t-shirt. Program Supervisor is Teresa Koslosky. (541) 821-4459 or kellybakertennis@gmail.com Cost: $35.00 Location: OHS Track Program Dates: June 11, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20, 26 (rain dates June 27, 28) Times: 10:00am – 12:00pm Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday  

Flexible schedule with 8 different weekly options. Register for as many weeks that fit into your summer schedule: June 11-14 June 18-21 June 25-28 July 9-12 July 16-19 July 23-26 July 30-Aug 2 August 6-9

Mighty Mites A program designed for golfers ages 8-15, Junior Golf teaches basic skills, golf Develops Hand-eye coordination and intro to basic strokes with fun drills and games etiquette and safety. Classes begin Monday, July 9th and Tuesday July 10th. • Ages 4-6 years Golfers can choose Monday or Tuesday or attend both days if space is avail• Time: 9:00-9:30am able; however, it will be a repeat of the Monday lesson. Rainouts may be made • Fee: $25 per week up. A typical day consists of one-hour instruction followed by one hour of golf. You must provide your own clubs, or rent them from Brooktree. Future Stars Emphasis on learning fundamental movements and stroke technique through BONUS! All players completing the Junior Golf program may purchase a fun drills and various games pass for $25 for unlimited golf the remainder of the season! • Ages 7-10 years • Time: 9:30-10:30am Cost: $35.00 • Fee: $35 per week Location: Brooktree

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Tourney Prep Begin to introduce strategy, fitness, sportsmanship and teamwork in this games-based clinic • Ages 11-13 • Time: 10:30-11:30am • Fee: $35 per week 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 • Time: 11:30am-12:45pm • Fee: $45 week

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

Camps

Summer FUN! Owatonna Parks & Recreation is committed to encourage learning and still give kids a chance to be kids!  Campers will make new friends, experience new things, learn new skills and enjoy what we hope is the best week of their summer.

**NEW THEMES THIS SUMMER!** Little Outdoor Adventurers: For youth ages 3-5 who have not attended Kindergarten. Little Adventurers are those ready to have new experiences away from mom and dad and are potty trained. NEW this year: we will be geared toward animal, camping and nature games, stories, and crafts! We meet at the large pavilion at the entrance of Mineral Springs Park, Monday-Thursday, and any make up days are the Fridays of the same week. An email will be sent two weeks prior to your camp with more information on events.  Class size is limited to 12. Cost: $42.00

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Cost: $42.00 Session 1: Session 2: Session 3:

June 25-28 July 16-19 August 6-9

1:00pm- 4:00pm 1:00pm- 4:00 pm 1:00pm- 4:00pm

Games Galore Camp I: We welcome all youth ages 3-5 who have not entered kindergarten, are potty trained and are ready to have fun without mom and dad. Join us for camp which will include a large variety of crafts, carnival type games, field day events and Minute to Win It races! We meet at the large pavilion at the entrance of Mineral Springs Park, Monday-Thursday, and any make up days are the Fridays of the same week. An email will be sent two weeks prior to your camp with more information on events.  Class size is limited to 12. Cost: $42.00 Ages 3-5 Session 1: Session 2:

July 16-19 July 30-August 2

9:00am-12:00pm 9:00pm-12:00pm

Games Galore Camp II: We welcome all youth ages 6-8 to join us for camp which will include a large variety of crafts, carnival type games, field day events and Minute to Win It races! This was a big hit last year and we have more exciting activities prepared! We meet at the large pavilion at the entrance of Mineral Springs Park, Monday-Thursday, and any make up days are the Fridays of the same week. An email will be sent two weeks prior to your camp with more information on events.  Class size is limited to 12. Cost: $42.00 Ages 6-8 Session 1:

June 18-21

9:00am-12:00pm

Session 2:

July 9-12

9:00am-12:00pm

Session 3:

July 23-26

1:00pm-4:00pm

Little Tykes Sports Camps: Little Tykes Sports provides a healthy and safe Session 1: June 11-14 9:00am-12:00pm camp environment and centers around buildSession 2: June 25-28 9:00am-12:00pm ing a love for sports: such as t-ball, soccer, Session 3: July 9-12 1:00pm-4:00pm track and basketball! This camp provides just Session 4: July 30-August 2 1:00pm- 4:00pm the right mix of instruction and encouragement with age-appropriate skill instruction. Big Outdoor Adventurers: All of the sports promote hand-eye coordination, motor skills, group particiFor youth ages 6-8.  This NEW camp will be geared for the older kids which will include an adventurous week of animal, camping and nature games, crafts pation and communication skills.  Tennis shoes and socks must be worn to class.  Children must be toilet trained to attend. Little Tykes Sports Camps are and outdoor fun! We meet at the large pavilion at the entrance of Mineral Springs Park, Monday-Thursday, and any make up days are the Fridays of the geared to ages 3-5 who have not attended Kindergarten.    Each week of camp is Monday-Thursday for 50 minutes at Dartts Park small same week. An email will be sent two weeks prior to your camp with more field. information on events.  Class size is limited to 12.


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Adult participation with their child is welcomed during these evening sessions! Admission Rates through Aug 12 Staff ratio is 1:5, and class size limited to 15. Daily Rate (48” or taller) $7.00 Daily Rate (under 48” tall) $5.00 Cost: $20 Twilight Rate (5:00pm-close) $4.50 Location: Dartt’s Park Small Field Last Hour Special $2.50 **Children under age two are free with paid adult Session 1 5:30-6:20pm Mon-Thurs ages 3 & 4 June 4-7 Session 2 6:30-7:20pm Mon-Thurs ages 4 & 5 June 4-7 Session 3 5:30-6:20pm Mon-Thurs ages 3 & 4 June 11-14 Session 4 6:30-7:20pm Mon-Thurs ages 3 & 4 June 11-14 Session 5 5:30-6:20pm Mon-Thurs ages 3 & 4 June 18-21 Session 6 6:30-7:20pm Mon-Thurs ages 4 & 5 June 18-21 Session 7 5:30-6:20pm Mon-Thurs ages 3 & 4 July 23-26 Session 8 6:30-7:20pm Mon-Thurs ages 4 & 5 July 23-26

Aug 13-19 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 NA

Aviation Discovery This half-day aviation experience is for those that have completed 1st3rd grade. This camp gives your child an introduction to the wonders of flight. They will have an opportunity to learn about model building through the construction of a simple Styrofoam airplane. Other hands-on activities will include learning about the parts of real airplanes and how they fly. Cost: $8.00 Location: Owatonna Airport Date & Time: August 6, 9:00am to 12:00pm Aviation Exploration This exciting and educational aviation experience is for those that have completed 4th-7th grades.  Aviation Exploration Camp will introduce your child to wonders of flight through a variety of hands on activities.  Your child will learn about various types of aviation, aircraft, and flight and will have the opportunity to build and fly a balsa wood model airplane. Cost: $25.00 Location: Owatonna Airport Date & Time: August 7-9, 9:00am to 12:00pm

Aquatics Programs Recreation Manager: Eric Anderson – 507-774-7102 Recreation Supervisor: Dani Summer – 507-774-7105

River Springs Water Park

3065 St. Paul Road 507-774-7370 Follow us on Facebook ~ River Springs Water Park Website: www.ci.owatonna.mn.us/parksrecreation/ water-park All rates listed include tax.

2018 Season Open Swim Hours

June 1 Friday June 2 - August 12 Monday-Sunday (Closing times may vary beginning August 13) August 13-August 19 Monday-Sunday

Weather Policies 1. The ‘feels like’ temperature must be 70 degrees for at least one hour for River Springs Water Park to open for open swim or other programs (except morning lap swim). 2. River Springs Water Park will close for at least ½ hour if lightning is visible or thunder is heard in the area. 3. Closing decisions are made, when possible, at least 45 minutes prior to the scheduled facility opening or program start time. 4. Weather related closings may be reevaluated for reopening later in the day if conditions improve. 5. Weather related closings are announced using: Parks & Recreation Hotline: 507-444-4321 Parks & Recreation webpage www.ci.owatonna.mn.us/parksrecreation click cancellations River Springs Water Park Facebook page Signs posted on admissions and main entrance windows Announcements made on KRFO and KOWZ

Pass 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

4:00-8:00pm 12:00-8:00pm 12:00-7:00pm

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2018 Season Passes

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Twilight Tuesdays - Everyone gets in for the $4.50 Twilight rate all day.

Season passes can be purchased now at the Parks and Recreation office or at Thursday Community Day – Every Thursday River Springs Water River Springs Water Park starting June 1st. An ID card will be issued to you NEW! Park will be asking for donations for a specific Owatonna nonprofit to present each time you enter. If you lose your ID card, there is a $2 replaceagency and in return River Springs offers you a discount. See Community Day ment fee. Season Passes are non-transferable. Specials below. Individual Season Pass: 48 inches and taller $124.00 Facebook Friday- We are bringing it back! Every Friday there will Individual Season Pass: Under 48 inches tall $ 91.00 NEW! be a special posted on our Facebook page. Family Season Pass: Family of 3 $200.00 ($20.00 for each additional person) Family Nights – June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 4, 11, 18, 25, August 1, 8, 15 – 5:00pm to close. Cost is $4.50 for individuals or $13.50 for a family up to six NEW! Family Season Pass Requirements people, $2.25 for each additional family member. • A household consisting of up to 2 adults (parents or legal guaridans only) and their dependent children • Family members must all live in the same household • Only those individuals in the immediate family can be included on the family season pass. • Dependents include children 22 years old and under if, they are a full time student in college; otherwise, an individual season pass is required. (College ID will be needed for proof of enrollment)

2018 SEASON PASS PERKS

New this year, each individual season pass will include all of the following. Entrance to all River Springs Water Park Drop in Programs including: o Lap Swim NEW!

o Water Walking o AM Water Aerobics o PM Water Aerobics

School’s Out Special - June 1: Admission is just $4 for everyone. School’s Out Bash- June 3: Join us for games, prizes, bounce house and fun for all ages. Cause 4 Paws – June 7: Donate an item from the designated list and receive a BOGO Coupon to use at another date. All donations will be given to the Steele County Humane Society. NEW!

Feed Our Community – June 14: Donate a nonperishable food item and receive $1.50 off admission. All donations will be given to the Steele County Food Shelf. Father’s Day Special – June 17: Dad gets in free with a paid child at regular rate.

o Daily Open Swim • Food Discount Days: Come in at any time on the days listed below and receive a discount on the designated food items. o June 8th o June 22nd o July 6th o July 20th o August 3

rd

o August 17th

Admission Specials

Water park admission specials are not valid with any other water park offers or discounts. Mondays - Grandparents Day Grandparent gets in free with a paid grandchild at regular rate (one grandparent for each grandchild).

10 Year Anniversary Special – June 10: Cost is $4.00 for everyone along with food specials all day long.

NEW!

National First Day of Summer – June 21: Join us for the official first day of summer. Check our Facebook page for our surprise special.

Ducky Dash – June 24 – Race begins at 2pm Every patron entering the Water Park will receive a number that corresponding to a number on a rubber duck. Ducks will be sent down the slide and around the lazy river for a chance to win a RSWP Season Pass and a number of other prizes! Clothe the Community – June 28: Those donating a NEW item of clothing with receive a BOGO Coupon to use at another date. All items donated will be given to the Steele County Clothesline. Veteran’s Special - July 1: All veterans get in free with a Valid Military ID. Feed Our Community – July 5: Donate one nonperishable food item and receive a coupon for a meal deal and a $1.00 discount into the facility. All items will be donated to the Steele County Food Shelf.


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10 Year Anniversary Celebration Summer Party – July 8 (rain date July 22): Total Entertainment DJ, games, family activities, prizes and fun for all. Join the party from 1:00-5:00pm.

Feed our Community - July 12: Donate one nonperishable food item and receive $1.00 discount into the facility and a coupon for .50 cents off in the Concessions stand. All items will be donated to the Steele County Food Shelf. Super Splash Special-Weekend Out – July 15: $2.50 admission all day! Stuff the Bus – July 19: Its almost back to school time. Donate a NEW back to school item and receive a $1.50 discount into the facility. Family Day Special – July 22: Cost is $4.50 for individuals or $21.00 for a family up to six people, $3.50 for each additional family member. Book Drive – July 26: Donate a new or used book and receive a $1.00 discount on admission and a Hotdog and Chips for $2.00. NEW!

finishes, you must exit the park, return and pay the regular rate, use a coupon or be a season pass holder. Lap Swim and Water Walking Enjoy a pool workout at River Springs. Lap Swim is held in the activity pool and Water Walking is in the Lazy River. Youth under age 16 are not permitted, unless accompanied by an adult. Program is cancelled if lightning or thunder is present or when rain causes poor visibility for lifeguards. Dates: June 4 - August 4 Days & Times:

Monday-Friday 6-8am (lap swim & water walking) Monday-Friday 8-9:45am (lap swim only) Saturday 11am-12pm (lap swim & water walking) Cost: $2.00 per visit

National Water Park Day – July 28: Come celebrate National Water Park day at your hometown water park! All Day admission is $5.00.

Mother’s Special – July 29: Moms gets in free with a paid child at regular rate. NEW!

National Ice Cream Sandwich Day – August 2: $0.50 cent Ice Cream Sandwiches for anyone who enters the Water Park.

10 Year Anniversary Special –August 5: Cost is $4.00 for everyone along with food specials all day. Cause 4 Paws – August 9: Donate and item form the designated list and receive a $1.00 discount into the facility and a coupon for $0.50 cents off a concessions item. All items will be donated to the Steele County Humane Society. Pre-Steele County Free Fair Special - August 12: $3.50 admission all day!

Tiny Tot Time This is a relaxed play time for toddlers and children up to 6 years old and their parents or adult. Just the zero depth play area and play features in this area are available during this time. Older children may not use the facility until Open Swim hours.

Dates: June 4 – August 11 Days & Times: Monday-Saturday 11:00am-12:00pm Cost: Regular Daily Admission Applies (price includes admission for the rest of the day)

Feed Our Community – August 16: Donate one nonperishable food item and receive ½-price admission. All items will be donated to the Steele County Water Aerobics Available to anyone 16 years and older (under age 16 must be accompanied Humane Society. by an adult). Super Splash Special - Customer Appreciation Special – August 19: $2.50 Morning Classes admission for everyone all day! Dates: June 11 - August 16 Days & Times: Monday-Thursday 11:00am-11:50am Park & Recreation Youth Programs Special - August 6-19 Cost: $3 per class Any youth wearing their 2018 Owatonna Parks and Recreation program (soccer, t-ball, etc.) team sponsor t-shirt gets in for half the regular rate! Evening Classes Dates: June 4 - August 16 Programs Days & Times: Monday-Thursday 5:30pm-6:30pm Morning activities at River Springs do not include the daily admission fee (unCost: $4.50 per class (price includes admission for Twilight Swim less otherwise noted). If you would like to stay for open swim after your program 5:00pm –close)


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Swimming Lessons Group Reservation Package Includes: Group classes and Private Lessons are offered at River Springs Water Park be> Discounted admission rates tween 10:00am and 12:00pm. See the Swimming Lessons Section for classes > A 2-hour reservation of a shade “Funbrella” exclusively for your offered. group *$20 fee for each additional 2-hour block of a Funbrella > Guaranteed admission to the water park Group Opportunities > A welcome to the group over the intercom Call 507-774-7105 for more information, or to make a group reservation. We ask that groups of 20 or more make reservations at least two weeks in Daycare/Childcare Specials advance. Discounted group prices are available Monday-Friday. Call for more infor• Group reservations are available during regular open swim hours. mation. • A $50 deposit per date is required for all birthday party and group reservations, and will be applied to the total cost when the group arrives. No refunds unless: Junior High Pool - Early Morning Lap Swim Cost: $3 per person per session or 20 punch pass available for $45 o Due to inclement weather the facility closes - a full deposit refund may be issued or a date change made if the reservation Dates: Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 6:00-7:15am. Due to the Owatonna Middle School closing down the pool for construcwas made 2 weeks or more in advance. o A refund of $25 may be issued or a date change made if the tion, the last day for morning lap swim will be Monday, April 30th. Lap swim reservation was made less than 2 weeks in advance. is offered at River Springs Water Park beginning June 4. • Groups check-in at the admissions desk upon arrival, patrons’ height will be checked and wristbands issued (as needed). West Hills Pool Open Swim Cost: $4 weekdays, $5 weekends Birthday Parties Days & Hours: until Memorial Day Memorial Day–September A party at River Springs is a fun and memorable way to spend a birthday 30 with family and friends! At least one adult supervisor must be with the group. Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6:00am-7:15am 6:00am-7:15am Parties have the option of bringing a cake or cupcakes in the water park. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 7:00pm-9:00pm 7:00pm-8:30pm Saturday 1:00pm-4:00pm Closed t a y t r Birthday Party Packages a p Sunday 1:00pm-4:00pm 1:00pm-3:00pm birthday

5-9 guests 10-15 guests 16-25 guests 26-35 guests

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Birthday Package includes: > Admission, a beverage, and a hotdog for each guest > River Springs Birthday T-shirt for the birthday child > One free concession item for the birthday child > A welcome to the birthday boy or girl and their group over the intercom > Reserved area with tables and chairs for the group Group Reservations Group Prices are valid only when you call ahead and pay the deposit.

Price per guest from June 8-August 9 20 to 40 guests $4.75 48” or taller 41 or more guests $4.25 48” or taller Price per guest from August 10-August 23 20 to 40 guests $4.00 48” or taller 41 or more guests $3.50 48” or taller

$3.75 under 48” tall $3.25 under 48” tall $3.00 under 48” tall $2.50 under 48” tall

**Facility Closed Sunday before Memorial Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Sunday before Labor Day, Labor Day and August 13-August 19 for annual facility maintenance

Beaver Lake

Beaver Lake beach opens at the end of May and will be open through August (pending weather). The beach is open daily. There are no lifeguards on duty – individuals will swim according to beach rules and at their own risk. Ropes are placed to indicate swim areas. Beaver Lake is maintained by Steele County Parks and Recreation

Lake Kohlmier

The Lake Kohlmier beach opens at the end of May and will be open through September (pending weather). The beach is open daily. There are no lifeguards on duty – individuals will swim according to beach rules and at their own risk. Ropes are placed to indicate swim areas. Alcoholic beverages are not allowed at Lake Kohlmier Municipal Beach or adjacent picnic area. Information regarding beach closing and swimming conditions are announced on KRFO and KOWZ radio, the Park and Recreation information line 507-444-4321, and on-line at www.ci.owatonna. mn.us/parksrecreation under cancellations.


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Lifeguard Training Classes

(Registration for Lifeguard classes available now) Pre-requisites: • Swim 300 yards continuously performing front crawl and breaststroke • Swim 20 yards, pick up 10-pound brick from 10 feet of water and return it back 20 yards using only a kick, holding the brick with 2 hands on the chest. • Must be 15 at the time class ends. • You must attend all classes to pass. • No refund will be issued if you do not pass. Get your American Red Cross Lifeguard training fees reimbursed! By working as a Lifeguard for the City of Owatonna Parks and Recreation, you will get reimbursed $150 of your training fees. Contact us for more information. Lifeguard Training: June 25 – June 29 Fee: $185 Location: River Springs Water Park Class meeting times: June 25 – 8am-12pm, June 26 – 8am-12pm, June 27 – 8am-12pm, June 28 – 8am-12pm, and June 29 8am-12pm

Water Safety Instructor Classes (Swimming Lesson Instructor) Pre-requisites: • Must be 16 at time class begins. • You must attend all classes to pass. • No refund will be issued if you do not pass.

WSI Training: July 10 – July 19 Fee: $225 Location: River Springs Water Park Class meeting times: July 10 – 8am-12pm, July 11 – 8am-12pm, July 12 – 8am-12pm, July 17 – 8am-12pm, July 18 - 8am-12pm and July 19 – 8am12pm 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.

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...among those ages 1-14, fatal drowning is the second-leading cause of unintentional injury-related death. Reduce your child’s risk of drowning by participating in Parks and Recreation swimming lessons program! 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 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

Group Swim Lessons

Each session meets nine times, Monday through Friday for two weeks, with the 2nd Friday used as a make-up day. Changes are posted on the Parks and Recreation webpage and cancellation line 444-4321. Participants must exit the water park after lessons. Cost: $40.00 Session 1: Meets June 11- 21 West Hills Pool Level 1 10:35-11:05am Level 1 2:00-2:30pm Level 2 11:45am-12:35pm Level 2 1:05-1:55pm River Springs River Springs Level 2 10:00-10:50am Level 1 11:00-11:30am Level 3 10:00-10:50am Level 3 11:00-11:50am Level 4 10:00-10:50am Level 4 11:00-11:50am Level 6 10:00-10:50am Level 5 11:00-11:50am

Session 2: Meets July 9-19 West Hills Pool Level 1 11:30-12:00pm Level 1 1:25-1:55pm Level 2 12:30-1:20pm American Red Cross Learn to Swim The Owatonna Parks and Recreation Department offers American Red Cross Level 2 2:00-2:50pm Learn to Swim Programs. The programs are held at West Hills Pool and River Pre-School 5:40-6:10pm Springs Water Park. Due to construction in the Owatonna Middle School River Springs River Springs Pool there will be no swimming lessons offered at the Middle School. Level 2 10:00-10:50am Level 1 11:00-11:30am

Level 3 Level 4 Level 5

10:00-10:50am 10:00-10:50am 10:00-10:50am

Level 3 11:00-11:50am Level 4 11:00-11:50am Level 6 11:00-11:50am


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Session 3: Meets July 23-August 2 West Hills Pool Level 1 9:30-10:00am Level 1 11:30am-12:00pm Level 2 10:05-10:55am Level 2 12:30-1:20pm Parent & Child 5:40-6:10pm River Springs River Springs Level 3 10:00-10:50am Level 1 11:00-11:30am Level 4 10:00-10:50am Level 2 11:00-11:50am Level 5 10:00-10:50am Level 3 11:00-11:50am Level 6 10:00-10:50am Level 4 11:00-11:50am

Private Swim Lessons

Cost: $100 for one student, $150 for two students (scholarships not available) Private swim lessons with a certified Water Safety Instructor. Each class meets Monday through Friday for 30 minutes each day. If there are two students in a class, students must be within one level of each other. You may not sign up for two classes for the same person until one week after registration opens. Session 1 – Meets June 4-8 West Hills 10:00-10:30am West Hills 10:30-11:00am West Hills 11:00-11:30am West Hills 11:30am-12:00pm West Hills 12:30-1:00pm West Hills 1:00-1:30pm West Hills 1:30-2:00pm West Hills 2:00-2:30pm

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Session 2 – Meets June 11-15 West Hills 9:30-10:00am 11:10-11:40am 2:30-3:00pm 6:15-6:45pm Session 3 – Meets June 18-22 West Hills 9:30-10:00am 11:10-11:40am 6:15-6:45pm Session 4 – Meets June 25-29 West Hills 10:00-10:30am West Hills 10:30-11:00am West Hills 11:00-11:30am West Hills 11:30am-12:00pm West Hills 12:30-1:00pm West Hills 1:00-1:30pm West Hills 1:30-2:00pm West Hills 2:00-2:30pm

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Session 5 – Meets July 9-13 West Hills 9:30-10:00am 11:00-11:30am 3:00-3:30pm 6:15-6:45pm Session 6 – Meets July 16-20 West Hills 9:30-10:00am 11:00-11:30am

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Session 7 – Meets July 23-27 West Hills 11:00-11:30am

1:20-1:50pm

1:55-2:25pm

Session 8 – Meets July 30-August 3 West Hills 11:00-11:30am

1:20-1:50pm

1:55-2:25pm

Session 9 – Meets August 6-10 West Hills 10:00-10:30am West Hills 10:30-11:00am West Hills 11:00-11:30am

West Hills West Hills West Hills

11:30am-12:00pm 12:00-12:30pm 12:30-1:00pm

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Brooktree is Offering Online Tee Times in 2018! Season Pass holders, Punch Card users and those paying daily green fees will be able to reserve tee times online. Whether you’re a single or golfing with one to three others, you have this option to find your tee time on your computer, tablet or smart phone. And yes, you can still call us too. Not only is it more convenient to make a tee time, it’s also easier for us to communicate with you. For example, if we have a storm roll through and we need to have carts on the path only, we can e-mail everyone with a tee time the rest of the day. We will also be better able to monitor pace of play and adjust tee times accordingly, giving golfers more tee time options. We are excited for this new technology, please be patient as our staff learns this new system.

A great golf destination to play, relax & enjoy! 1369 Cherry Street (507) 444-2467 Jesse Wilker, Park Director – jesse.wilker@ci.owatonna.mn.us Mary Jo Knudson, Clubhouse Manager – maryjo.knudson@ci.owatonna. mn.us Wes Miller, Greenskeeper Lead – wes.miller@ci.owatonna.mn.us One of the finest municipal golf courses in southern Minnesota, the 18-hole, 6684 yard championship course is located in NE Owatonna near the entrance of Mineral Springs Park. The course is welcoming to players of all ages, yet still provides plenty of risk-reward opportunities for seasoned golfers. Brooktree is a member of the USGA and MGA. Brooktree was voted the Best Golf Course in Southern Minnesota the last three years by SCENE Magazine readers.

The course is generally open from April – October, as weather permits. Clubhouse and Pro Shop hours listed here are general guidelines and change based on daylight, weather, league and tournament play. Hours are posted monthly at the clubhouse. May 8:00a.m. – 9:00p.m. June, July & August 6:30a.m. – 9:30p.m. September 8:00a.m. – 8:00p.m. October 9:00a.m. – 7:00p.m.

The way you check in will change slightly. No more bar codes needed! It will still be important for golfers to check in at the turn and when they’re finished so we can fully use the tools this software has.


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One of Mayo Clinic’s 12 Habits of Highly Healthy People includes trying new things? While you let go of preconceived ideas of your results, you can increase confidence & self-esteem, reduce boredom & loneliness, and boost personal growth! Head out to Brooktree to try the future of the fairways...Fling golf! Equipment is free to borrow and green fees are the same as regular golf, no golf experience is needed.

Season Passes

In 2018, we have restructured our membership guidelines giving you more options for passes, based on when you golf. As part of the restructuring and budgeting process, a market analysis was completed. Brooktree had the lowest membership rates of all regional competitive courses in a 50-mile radius. After rate adjustments, we still land in the bottom third of the regional market. We are proud to have one of the best courses at an affordable rate. When choosing your 2018 membership, be sure to pay attention to the “age as of ” date. All previous pass holders who turned 55 in 2017 are grandfathered in to the new senior category. To maintain ‘grandfathered status’ for more than one year, golfers must not let their membership lapse from year to year. All season passes include a reciprocal card for area courses. NEW! courses added this year: Faribault Country Club, Meadow Greens in Austin and Waseca Lakeside Club. Returning courses include: Green Lea in Albert Lea, Dodge Country Club in Dodge Center, The Oaks in Hayfield and Riverview in New Richland.

Adult New age range Age 33-61 as of 12/31/17; full season pass, reciprocal card included Base rate $650* BGA dues $5* Surcharge $10 Tax $48.30 Total $713.30 Senior Single New age range Age 62-79 as of 12/31/18, OR, previous pass holder age 55-61 as of 12/31/17; full season pass, reciprocal card included Base rate $615* BGA dues $5* Surcharge $10 Tax $45.73 Total $675.73 NEW! Super Senior New age category Age 80 & better as of 12/31/18; full season pass, reciprocal card included Base rate $525* BGA dues $5* Surcharge $10 Tax $39.08 Total $579.08

Senior Couple New age range Oldest spouse age 62 & better as of 12/31/18, OR, previous pass holder, oldest spouse age 55 & better as of 12/31/17. Must reside in the same household. Full season pass, reciprocal cards included Base rate $820* BGA dues $10* Surcharge $20 Tax $61.21 Total $911.21 Family New dependent age range Maximum of 2 adults, all dependents age 6-25 as of 12/31/17. Must reside in the same household and be immediate family members. Full season pass, reciprocal cards for each member included Base rate $850* BGA dues $10* Surcharge $20 Tax $63.43 Total $943.43 Each dependent 18+ BGA dues $5* Surcharge $10 Tax $.37 Each $5.37

Purchase season passes in-person at the Parks and Recreation Office, 540 West Hills Circle or at the Clubhouse, 1369 Cherry Street. Monthly payment plans (withdrawn on the 15th of the month) may be set up for any number of months, as long as the membership is paid in full by December 1st. Signed agreements for all payment plans are required.

Family Friendly

* indicates taxable fee Juniors New age range Age 8-20, as of 12/31/17; full season pass, reciprocal card included Base rate $200* BGA dues $5* Surcharge $10 Tax $15.12 Total $230.12 Futures New age category Age 21-25, as of 12/31/17; full season pass, reciprocal card included Base rate $300* BGA dues $5* Surcharge $10 Tax $22.49 Total $337.49

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FREE Kids Meal with purchase of each adult entreé Ages 12 & under.

Limit 2 free kids meals. Not valid w/any other offer or coupons. Expires 8/31/18. NEW!

Young Adult New age range Age 26-32, as of 12/31/17; full season pass, reciprocal card included Base rate $450* BGA dues $5* Surcharge $10 Tax $33.56 Total $498.56

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NEW Weekday Couple New category Two adults residing in the same household. No age restriction. Golfing available only Monday through Friday. Reciprocal cards included. Base rate $750* BGA dues $10* Surcharge $20 Tax $56.05 Total $836.05 NEW!

Weekday Single New category No age restriction. Golfing available only Monday through Friday. Reciprocal card included. Base rate $570* BGA dues $5* Surcharge $10 Tax $42.41 Total $627.41

Looking to take potential clients out for a round of golf? Want to reward your employees? Affordable corporate packages are available. You choose how many18-hole rounds. Carts and rental clubs included. Must pay with company issued check or credit card. Valid for foursomes only Monday through Friday, weekends with prior approval. No league or holiday play. Choose: 5 rounds - $600+tax, 10 rounds - $1,100+tax, 15 rounds - $1500+tax. Other Fees (includes sales tax): Golf Club Rental - $8

MGA Handicap - $37.58/season

Pull Cart Rental - $2

Club Storage - $40/season

Season Trail Fee for personal carts (includes tax) Regular Rate $429.50/season Daily Rates (includes sales tax & surcharge)

Monday through Friday 9 hole green fees $16 18 hole green fees $26

Weekends & Holidays 9 hole green fees $20 18 hole green fees $31

Youth Rates (age 17 & under) Available any day after 12 p.m. 9 hole green fees $10 18 hole green fees $16

Power Cart Rental 9 holes, per person $9 18 holes, per person $14 Punch Cards* (includes sales tax & surcharge) Green Fee Punch Cards: Ten – 9 hole rounds - $160 Ten – 18 hole rounds - $260

Power Cart Punch Cards:

Twenty – 9 hole rounds - $126

Twenty – 18 hole rounds - $182

*18-hole punch cards may only be used for 18-hole rounds. (Not two people playing 9 holes each.) * Power cart punch card prices are per person, not per cart. * 2017 punch cards will be honored until June 1st, 2018. NEW!

Corporate Packages

Senior Rate $375.81/season

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

a Youth on Course member card in the mail.

How it works for kids: Youth ages 6-18 become a member of the MGA by registering online. They get a membership number and can begin establishing a handicap. Youth who participate in Youth on Course are all “course ready”. Within a few weeks, they receive

The Youth on Course card gives members access to all courses participating in the United States. As a member, they play for $5 or less at participating courses during designated times. There is no limit to how often members can play using their Youth on Course card. Youth on Course Rates for Brooktree are $3 for 9-holes, and $5 for 18-holes. Youth are allowed to play after 12 p.m., any day. Please call ahead for tee times.

Junior Course

NEW!

Once Brooktree is up and running, you will see forward tee markers, meant for a junior course. We are not fully installing a USGA Family Course, but beginning with markers to be youth friendly. Scorecards will be printed with distances once the tees are in place. The forward tees allow younger golfers on the course, while maintaining a good pace of play for all golfers. We are excited to have kids, parents, siblings and grandparents (maybe even great grandparents) enjoy the sport of golf together!

Specials Military, Veteran & Senior Discount Take 10% off daily green fee & cart rentals Available Monday - Friday, Seniors are 62+, not available for evening league play Happy Hour $20 for 9-holes & a cart, or $30 for 18-holes & a cart Available Monday – Thursday, Tee times between 12:52 and 3:56, not available for league play Miles Away Monday $20 for 9-holes & a cart, or $30 for 18-holes & a cart Available all day every Monday, for those living outside of Steele County, not available for league play


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Family Sunday Funday $15 per pair (green fees) and $5 cart rental Available Sundays after 2 p.m., for children ages 5 & up with an adult, each golfer must have their own set of clubs, call ahead for availability Free Birthday Round Redeem anytime during your birthday week! Cart not included, winter birthdays celebrate together – December in April, November in May, March in June, February in July and January in August

Brooktree Rewards

NEW!

Loyalty Card – Cart Rental Rent a cart five times and get the 6th rental free! Each complete card is entered in a monthly drawing! Loyalty Card – Green Fees Pay for five rounds and get a BOGO guest pass! Each complete card is entered in a monthly drawing! Punch Cards

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Cost: $35.00 Location: Brooktree Program Dates: July 9, 16, 23, & 30 or July 10, 17, 24 and 31 Times: 8:00 am - 10:00 am Mondays or Tuesdays

2018 Special Events

Times to be determined for special events after league & tournament schedules are completed. Follow us on Facebook, check the website or call the course for updates! Bloodies & Birdies 2-person Tournament – Sunday, September 2nd. Two person teams, 9-holes, best shot variety, no handicaps necessary. Teams are flighted after play. Prizes for scores (good & bad), on-course contests and everyone gets a free gift! Three different types of best shot. Deadline regarding a decision if the tournament is a go on August 29th. Registrations accepted later. This tournament is TOTALLY for FUN! Cost $25 per person, $15 for Brooktree members (weekday season pass holders included) and $5 per cart per person. Bloody Mary Bar available at Master’s!

Use your entire green fee or cart punch card and be entered into a monthly drawing!

Wine, Women & Golf – For the very beginner or non-golfer. Golf three holes with no pressure and no scores, just a little introduction to rules & etiquette. A threesome of beginners are paired with a female golfer. No lessons, just fun! Then, enjoy a glass of wine after your round. Don’t be intimidated by 9-holes of golf, we’ll play just three! $15 fee includes golf, a glass of wine A little lacrosse, a little golf, a little baseball, a lot of FUN! Check out the ‘Fu- and lots of fun! Call to set up a day and time for you and up to five friends to ture of the Fairway’. Brooktree is one of ten courses in Minnesota to jump on enjoy golf and some vino on the patio! the trend of Fling Golf. With a little bit of practice, you can play in less time, and with a lot less equipment! Just one fling stick is all you need to play. And the cost to rent a stick in 2018…FREE! Just leave a deposit at the pro shop to Your One Stop for All Things Entertainment cover damage or a broken stick. Just exactly what is Fling Golf? Check it out at www.flinggolf.com It’s a perfect way to get a non-golfer out on the course with you for a round. Green fees are regular daily rates, or are included in your membership! League Information Registration is now closed. If you are interested in substituting for any of our leagues, all you need is an MGA handicap! Contact Drake Simonson, league coordinator for more details: Drake.simonson@ci.owatonna.mn.us. Outings & Tournaments Let Brooktree host your next company outing or your charity tournament – 12 golfer minimum, 144 maximum – call for availability, packages and pricing.

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Junior Golf

A program designed for golfers ages 8-15, Junior Golf teaches basic skills, golf etiquette and safety. Classes begin Monday, July 11th and Tuesday July 12th. Golfers can choose Monday or Tuesday or attend both days if space is available; however, it will be a repeat of the Monday lesson. Rainouts may be made up. A typical day consists of one-hour instruction followed by one hour of golf. You must provide your own clubs, or rent them from Brooktree. BONUS! All players completing the Junior Golf program may purchase a pass for $25 for unlimited golf the remainder of the season!

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Daddy & Me or Mommy & Me – For the VERY beginner, ages 3-6 and a parent or other adult. When hitting around the yard is getting boring and your child wants to play “real” golf. We’ll golf a few holes, bring your own plastic or junior sized clubs. Slight intro to etiquette, no scores, and no pressure. $15 fee includes golf and 2 hot dogs and chips when you’re done! You must register ahead of time.

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June 17th – Father’s Day Special - $20 for 9-holes & a cart or $30 for 18-holes & a cart June 25th – Mommy/Daddy & Me Golf June 26th – MN MGA Junior Tour Event

July 9th – Junior Golf – 8-10 a.m. July 9th – Parent & Child Golf July 9th – BGA Meeting – 6 p.m. July 10th – Junior Golf – 8-10 a.m. st May 21 – 3:30-5 p.m. July 13th – Take a Kid Golfing Day - $5 for 9-holes adult, $5 for 9-holes kid, June 25th – 4-5:30 p.m. $5 cart (both) rd July 23 – 4-5:30 p.m. July 14th – Ken Bey Tournament – 11 a.m. shotgun July 16th – Junior Golf – 8-10 a.m. Parent & Child Golf – For the very beginner, ages July 17th – Junior Golf – 8-10 a.m. 7-9 and a parent or other adult. When hitting July 23rd – Junior Golf – 8-10 a.m. around the yard is getting boring and your child July 23rd – Mommy/Daddy & Me Golf wants to play “real” golf. We’ll golf a few holes, July 24th – Junior Golf – 8-10 a.m. bring your own junior sized clubs. Intro to etiJuly 30th – Junior Golf – 8-10 a.m. quette, no scores, and no pressure. $15 fee includes July 31st – Junior Golf – 8-10 a.m. golf and 2 hot dogs and chips when you’re done! You must register ahead of time. August 2nd – Junior City Open – BT May 14th – 3:30-5 p.m. August 3rd – Junior City Open concludes – OCC th June 11 – 4-5:30 p.m. August 4th – City Open July 9th – 4-5:30 p.m. August 5th – City Open (Champ flight at BT) August 9th – Senior Club Championship Fall Best Shot League – beginning after the Steele County Free Fair! 2-per- August 11th – Club Championship son teams, substitutes allowed, no handicaps needed! Weekly and overall August 12th – Club Championship August 13th – BGA Meeting – 6 p.m. point winners awarded on the final night. Proxy prizes each night! This league is a great time to get to know other golfers you may not have played August 14th – Primary Election – Master’s is closed (bev cart & on-the-go with. Last year everyone had a BLAST! We’re looking forward to another fun available) fall league! More details coming early August. August 17th-19th – SCFF Special – BOGO Green Fees & Cart Fees August 21st – SMRPA Tournament – 10 a.m. shotgun August 27th – Elks Tournament Calendar of Events Call the clubhouse for details or registration information: September 2nd – Bloodies & Birdies Tournament – 11 a.m. shotgun September 8th – Matt Barta Memorial Tournament – modified shotgun May 4th – Loyalty Day Tournament – noon shotgun September 9th – Grandparents Day – grandparents golf free with a paid child, May 10th – HS Ryder Cup Event – 2 p.m. carts $5 May 13th – Mother’s Day Special - $20 for 9-holes & a cart or $30 for September 10th – BGA Meeting – 6 p.m. 18-holes & a cart September 15th – Knights of Columbus Tournament – 11 a.m. shotgun May 14th – Parent & Child Golf September 22nd – Owatonna Blue Line Club Tournament – 10 a.m. shotgun May 14th – BGA Meeting – 6 p.m. May 17th – JV Boys Tournament – noon shotgun October 8th – BGA Meeting – 6 p.m. May 21st – Mommy/Daddy & Me Golf October 9th – Business After Hours at Master’s Bar & Grille June 5th – National Women’s Golf Day - $5 for 9 holes, $5 for a cart per person Follow Brooktree Golf Course on Facebook for updates on both BrookJune 11th – Parent & Child Golf th tree Golf Course and Master’s Bar & Grille! Be the first to know about June 11 – BGA Meeting – 6 p.m. th June 14 – Flag Day – Veteran’s Special - $20 for 9-holes & a cart or $30 for weather announcements, upcoming tournaments, special events, golf specials, 18 holes & a cart food & beverage specials and much more! June 16th – Young Life Tournament –


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Master’s Bar & Grille looks forward to serving you again in 2018! Get ready to enjoy great sandwiches, awesome appetizers, fresh & famous bagels and fresh entrée size salads. Don’t forget the full bar with an ample wine menu, yummy cocktails and daily happy hour!

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ALL BEVERAGES, alcoholic or non-alcoholic, MUST be purchased from Master’s Bar & Grille. Due to liability for Master’s Bar & Grille and the City of Owatonna, this is strictly enforced. Failure to comply will lead to termination of your round of golf, with no refund.

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Fling Golf players are bound by the same golf rules and courtesies as regular golfers.

Owatonna Parks & Trails What’s New with Parks & Trails?

North Straight River Parkway is newly paved & open! The North Straight River Parkway includes As always, the patio has great atmosphere, including a gas firepit and amazLange Woods, Wildung/Ihlenfeld and Muckle Trails. ing views! Use Master’s catering off-site, or host your next event at Brooktree! Thank you to generous land donors: Michaletz, IhlenLike the Brooktree Facebook page for specials and announcements of live feld & Lange Families and Festal Farms; this premier music events! trail would not have been possible without you! Thank you to the Owatonna Foundation for funding three You do NOT have to golf to enjoy the great food & atmosphere at Master’s. bridges along the trail. Trail construction funding was We are open to the public seven days a week! provided by the Federal Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) grant, and the Minnesota Department Brooktree Golf Course Rules (1/1/18) of Natural Resources Local Trails Connection grant. Assisting with technical expertise and planning was the City Engineering Department and Parks & 1. All golfers must register at the clubhouse and expect to show their Recreation staff. Once the weather allows, we are also installing two benches current receipt to the ranger on duty. and a bike repair station along the trail. Thank you to the Statewide Health Initiative Program (SHIP) Grant for funding those amenities! A Grand 2. Children under five years of age are not permitted on the golf course, except for special events. Children golfing age 5-7, must be Opening for the trail is planned for June 6th at 6pm. Look for details on our website & Facebook pages. accompanied by an adult. 3.

No starting on the first or tenth tee without permission from the clubhouse. All golfers must check-in prior to their round.

4.

Golfers who are making the turn have priority over those just starting their round, but must check in at the clubhouse before beginning their second nine.

The Dog Park has a nice paw sign so visitors can better identify it from the road! And, there’s a brand new fire hydrant inside the park! Look for our first Movie with your Mutt this summer at the Dog Park! Again, look for details on our website & Facebook pages. W!

NE New Construction! The Sid Kinyon Tennis courts are getting a new look! Through CIP funding 6. Proper attire must be worn at all times. Shirts and proper footwear and an award from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Outare required. Muscle shirts and metal spikes are prohibited. door Recreation Grant, major upgrades are on the way. The courts have been 7. Cart drivers must obey directional signs on the course, keeping the unusable for several years and in 2018 we are reconstructing two courts with cart 30 feet from greens and off the tee boxes. Drivers must obey recreational tile. The tile has a longer life-span than asphalt courts. The other either 90-degree rule or cart path only. Drivers must be at least 16 two courts are being repurposed to house two bocce ball courts, two sets of years of age and hold a valid driver’s license. Check cart before us- concrete bean bag boards and a concrete ping pong table. We’re excited to ing it; driver is liable for any damage. Only two riders permitted on bring unique opportunities to our parks! carts. Those not abiding cart rules may have cart privileges taken away with no refund. City Parks 8. Golf ball hunting is not allowed. Archery Range on Elm, Brown, Buecksler, Cashman, Central, Crocus, Dartts, 9. Play READY GOLF. Allow faster groups to play through. Pace of Falkland Meadows, Fremont, Gainey, Hammann, Hazel, Jaycee, Kaplan’s play should be no more than 15 minutes per hole or two hours and Woods Parkway, Kriesel, Kriesel’s Woods Park, Lake Chase, Leo Rudolph ten minutes per nine holes. Nature Reserve, Manthey, Maple Creek Greenbelt, Mineral Springs, Morehouse, North Bluff Park, River Springs Water Park, Summer Park, West Hills, 10. Practice good golf etiquette. Replace and step down divots, repair Willow, and Steele County Fairgrounds Park. ball marks on greens and rake sand traps after use. Hours: 6:00am until 11:00pm.

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Each golfer must have their own set of clubs and golf bag.


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Hard Surface Trails Buxton Trail, Kaplan’s Woods Parkway Trail, Cashman Crossing, and the Muckle Trail. Newly Open – North Straight River Parkway including Lange Woods, Wildung/Ihlenfeld and Muckle Trails. Maps are available at the Parks & Recreation office. Crushed Rock Trail: North Straight River Trail Mountain Biking Trail: 6 miles in Kaplan’s Woods Hours: Open 24 hours Trail Rules: The trail system was created to provide a variety of recreational uses and opportunities for residents and visitors. To ensure 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. • 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 skaters may not race or use excessive speed. Please report any misuse, vandalism, or maintenance problem to 507-444-4321 or 507-444-3800. Dog Park at Lake Chase Bring your pooch out to the Lake Chase Dog Park. Opened in July of 2014, this park has been a popular spot for dogs and their humans to socialize with others! Help keep our park in good shape, and remember to scoop your poop! Please abide by the rules posted at the park…off leash does not mean out of control! The park is located at 1915 State Avenue NW.

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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. Softball, baseball practice and golfing are NOT allowed on the fields. Tennis Courts Fourteen city-owned tennis courts are available. Manthey Park Courts (also striped for Pickleball), Brown Park Courts (artificial turf ), Lincoln Courts 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, Morehouse Park (large and Warsinski Chalet), and Owatonna Soccer Complex. Reservations 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 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. Notice less than one month prior will not be refunded. If the Parks and Recreation Department finds it necessary to cancel a pavilion reservation, a full refund will be given.

Alcohol is allowed at all parks, except at Central Park, Cashman Park, Kaplan’s Woods Parkway, and Owatonna Soccer Complex. Glass containers are not allowed in any parks. Permits for large containers are required. Permits are available at the Parks & Recreation office for $10 and an additional damage Pickleball Courts Four dedicated Pickleball courts were constructed in the fall of 2013 at More- deposit of $50. Minnesota Statue 340 regulates against the sale of alcoholic beverages. house Park. They are located near the dam. Garbage - Renters are responsible for picking up and disposing of all garbage In-Line Rink created by users into garbage cans provided or they could forfeit the damAvailable for use at Morehouse Park. Lighting can be activated by following age deposit. instructions next to the walk-in door. Reservations can also be made for exclusive use through the Park and Recreation office at no charge. Chalet - No smoking or balloons are allowed in the Warsinski Chalet. Keys


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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

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Crocus Park

Glendale Street

0.4

Dartts Park

Mineral Springs Road or Cherry Street

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Fairgrounds Park

18th Street SE or Austin Road

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Falkland Meadows

Dane Road

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Fremont Park

Front Street

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Hammann Park

Rice Lake Street

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Hazel Park

Kelly Street

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UNDEVELOPED

VARIOUS AMENITIES

BOAT ACCESS & FISHING

SWIMMING BEACH/BOAT RENTAL

SAND VOLLEYBALL COURT

BASKETBALL COURT

TENNIS COURT

INLINE/ICE/HOCKEY RINK

HORSESHOE

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H/Y

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Rice Lake Street

7 H

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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

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Leo Rudolph Nature Reserve

Young Drive or Jeffrey Drive

53

Manthey Park

3rd Avenue NE or Cedar Avenue North

30 H

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Maple Creek Park

Elm Street or Mineral Spring Road

Mineral Springs Park

Cherry Street/Mineral Springs Parkway

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Morehouse Park

School Street/Mill Street/Bridge Street

16

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North Bluff Park

Northridge Lane

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Owatonna Soccer Complex

Smith Avenue

River Springs Water Park

St. Paul Road

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Sid Kinyon Tennis Courts

Smith Avenue and Havana Road

Summer Park

North Cedar Street

Walter H. Gainey Park

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State Avenue or Florence Avenue

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SOFTBALL/BASEBALL FIELD

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CROSS COUNTRY SKIING

R 2

Brown Park

Willow Park

GRASS/WOOD CHIP TRAILS

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711 North Elm Avenue

PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT

Archery Park

PICNIC GROUNDS/GRILLS

Entrance(s)

SHELTER

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ACREAGE

Event and Special Use Permits Any park use other than a private party rental requires an event or special use permit to be completed. This includes tournaments, fundraising 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. Permits must be submitted at least 30 days prior to the event. Forms are available on the city website.

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Disc Golf Disc Golf is available at Mineral Springs Park Recreational Rules: • Count one throw each time disc is thrown or when a penalty is incurred. Object is to play the course in the least number of throws. • Start hole by throwing disc from behind the front edge of tee area. • After teeing, the player whose disc is farthest from the hole throws first. The player with the lowest score on the previous hole tees first on the hole. • A player’s foot must be touching the ground behind the previous throw while making their next throw. • A run-up and normal follow through is allowed when there is more than 10 meters from the hole.

SEASONAL RESTROOMS

should be picked up one or two business days before the rental. 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 called to open the Chalet the day of the event.

DRINKING WATER

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E=18 HOLE GOLF COURSE/CLUBHOUSE

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• A disc resting in the basket or chains completes the hole. A disc on top of the chain support is not considered in the hole. • A disc landing completely on or across the park road is out-of-bounds (OB). Count one throw penalty. Play next throw from a point onemeter in-bounds from where the disc first went OB. Disc in a pond, on private property on or across a public street are OB. • A disc suspended more than 2 meters above the ground is a onethrow penalty. Play next throw directly below disc’s position. • Never throw a disc until the players ahead are out of range and the fairway is clear of other park patrons or animals. For more information go to www.pdga.com

...parks provide places for health and wellbeing that are acessible by people of all ages and abilities. Disc golf can be played year round, rain (snow), or Shine! Join us at Mineral Springs, 9 hole golf course, voted best Disc Golf Course in Southern Minnesota Scene.

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Inclusion in Youth Programs Youth with disabilities or health concerns are encouraged to participate in youth sports, aquatics, trips and summer programs. The inclusion policy of the program provides all children registered to participate with an equal advantage. Adaptive equipment, program modifications and other accommodations are used to assist the individual as needed. Individualized consultation with parents and coordination with the coach or instructor helps make the transition possible. In addition, all coaches, aquatic staff and summer staff receive resource information for working with the child in their training sessions. Requests for one-to-one assistance is provided 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.

Adapted Groups Teen Club This activity group is designed for teens and young adults, age 10-22 who have developmental disabilities and would benefit from social interaction and a place to go to meet friends. Activities include structured crafts, games, theme nights, local trips, tours, and attending OHS events as a group. • Meets weekly, Thursdays 6:30-8:00pm, Senior Place and other sites.

Therapeutic Recreation Program

LIFE LIFE (Leisure Is for Everyone) is a leisure education program designed for Our program offers a individuals with disabilities, starting at age 20. Members fo the LIFE group variety of leisure options learn skills necessary to make the most of their leisure time. While keeping for youth and adults with involved in recreation activities and pursuing new friendships, they also learn disabilities. We provide to plan and organize thier daily schedules outside of work using a personal an adaptive format as well planner. Our goals are to explore personal leisure interests and community as opportunities for inclu- resources, develop an understanding of self-advocacy and personal indepension. Our policy within dence, and learn the rewards that come from volunteering. We enccourage the Therapeutic Recreation members to attend without staff, if possible. This group serves as a transition program is to plan for the program between Teen Club and Night Club, and members will learn the person first, the disability importance of choosing and planning leisure options. second, and to encourage • Meets weekly, Wednesdays 4:00-5:30pm, locations include Seniorthe independent pursuit of personal leisure interests. Our goal is to make Place and other sites recreation and leisure choices available to everyone, and our objective is to ac• Personal planner is recommended, planning sessions held every 6 commodate individuals with necessary adaptations so they may participate as weeks fully as their non-disabled peers. Membership Benefits: • A newsletter 4 times a year, providing a calendar of trips, special events, weekly scheduled activities and program information. • Transportation to local Night Club activities for members within city limits, for a minimal fee. • Experienced Park and Recreation staff facilitating programs and events. • 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.

Night Club 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 6:00-7:30pm, locations include Senior Place and other sites • Transportation provided to members in city limits for a minimal fee. Details for Night Club and Teen Club • Membership and registration packets are available at the TR office and must be submitted prior to starting.


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• Membership fee is $48 (includes tax) for six months, with fees due January 1 and July 1. • Weekly activity schedules appear in the TR newsletter and online at the Parks and Recreation website. • Programs operate year round, 46 weeks per year. • “All Group” Events including dances, holiday parties, softball, campfire at the beach, and others take place once a month so that members can get to know those in other groups.

...1 in 68 people have Autism. One main symptom of Autism is difficulty with social interactions. Join our Therapeutic Recreations programs where making friends is what we do.

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portunity to swim and enjoy some weekly exercise in a supervised pool setting. The group is limited to 8 registrants and parents are asked to provide an assistant for their child if needed. Our swim staff is qualified in water safety and experienced with swimmers who have special needs. For kids: age 6-16 Spring Session: Starts June 7-Aug. 16 (No class July 5) Location: West Hills Pool Fee: $40 Limit 8 swimmers Register online or at the Park & Rec office

Kid’s Friday Camp This day camp program is Summer Bowling League designed for kids with develSummer league is available for teens and adults opmental disabilities, ages age 14 years and older who have developmental 6-22. The camp schedule disabilities or mental health issues. We play 2 features traditional day camp games per week maximum, shoes are free. Transactivities including games, portation is not provided. Please notify us of any crafts, nature exploration and special accommodations needed for play. Miniwater fun. Campers spend mum of 20 participants to run the program. most of the day in small Program Cost: $21.50, payable to Owagroups according to age, tonna Parks & Recreation with the exception of lunch and group games. Campers who are 14 and older Weekly Fee: $5.50 payable to Spare have a separate group with activities that are more age appropriate for teens Time Entertainment and suited to their abilities and interests. Afternoon swimming and fishing are Location: Spare Time Entertainment available during our water fun session. Guest presenters visit Friday Camp to Dates: June 4 - August 20 teach the campers about nature topics like fish, or birds; and campers take a Time: 4:30-6:00pm day trip to Rideability, a therapeutic horse program. Camp provides snacks. Days: Mondays Registration Deadline: June 1 with payment - you must pre-register to Campers should bring their own sack lunches except for the final Friday. On the last day, we prepare lunch over a campfire. Parents receive a camp letter paricipate. with specific details about the camp schedule and list of weekly rain plans. We will continue our plan for a full day when following the Rain Plan schedule. Summer Trips - Therapeutic Recreation Rain Plans always include special indoor fun at various community locations. Watch for our May - August newsletters for complete details regarding our With this, campers can expect to attend Friday Camp rain or shine for a full Summer Trip Program. Trips are available to persons age 10 and older, who day each week throughout the summer. Except for transporting from a rain are members of Therapeutic Recreation. We will watch the Twins at Target plan site, transportation is not provided for Friday Camp. Experienced Park Field Day or Evening trips include some of our favorite out-of-town adventures, where we find the recreation treasures in our neighboring communities. and Recreation staff will lead the group. Our goal is to make friends and have fun. A minimum of 20 registrations is required to offer the program. Financial Staff accompanying groups are experienced individuals who follow routine assistance is available through our youth scholarship program as needed. safety procedures and are trained for emergency situations. They represent the City of Owatonna on these trips and are there to lead and assist the entire Cost: $135.00 (includes tax). After June 4th, $145.00 group. If participants need individualized supervision, a parent or home staff Location: Lake Kohlmier (and community sites for rain plans) is required to attend. Those interested in the trips but are without a member Dates: June 15-August 10 (excluding July 6) ship may also register for our summer trips when space allows, by paying an Times: 9:30am-2:30pm additional nonmember fee of $10. Days: Fridays Leisure Swim This aquatic group is designed for kids with disabilities who would like an op-


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West Hills Tennis and Fitness Center

Fitness

Month

Year

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Year ACH

Individual $36.00 $255.00 $30/Month Junior $20.00 $168.00 $17/Month Couple $41.00 $275.00 $33/Month Family $46.00 $295.00 $35/Month Summer Pass: Memorial Day to Labor Day (Individual) $60.00 (Couple or Family) $75.00 **A Fitness membership provides unlimited access to the basketball court, weight room, cardio room, sauna, pool (during open swim times), running track and locker rooms.

Combination

Month

Year

Year ACH

Individual $46.00 $320.00 $39/Month Phone number – 444-4290 Junior $30.00 $252.00 $26/Month 502 Dunnell Drive, Owatonna Couple $50.00 $420.00 $42/Month The West Hills Tennis & Fitness Center is Family $56.00 $470.00 $47/Month owned and operated by the City of Owaton- **A Tennis/Fitness Combo membership includes everything in the Fitness and Tennis na, Parks and Recreation Department. memberships.

Available at the facility: • Cardiovascular and strength training equipment • Gymnasium • Sauna • Running track • Six indoor tennis courts • Heated swimming pool • Locker rooms with showers

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: May - Water Aerobic Drawing- Purchase a Water Aerobics session and get entered into a drawing for a free future month session of equal or lesser value. June-August - Beat the Heat- Summer Fitness Pass. Individual pass is $60; Couple or Family Pass is $75 (Summer Pass is good from Memorial Day to Labor Day).

No Annual Contracts Required! Pick your length of membership or drop in Facility Hours: as your schedule permits for a daily fee. Ask if your company has a corporate Tennis Center, Weight & Cardio Rooms, Track, Sauna discount, if not, check with us about getting one set up. Until Memorial Day Memorial Day-September 30 Monday-Thursday 6:00am-9:30pm 6:00am-8:30pm We participate with several health insurance providers to help you stay fit. We Friday 6:00am-7:00pm 6:00am-7:00pm partner with Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Minnesota, UCare, Health Partners, Saturday 8:00am-6:00pm 8:00am-1:00pm South Country Health Alliance and Preferred One to offer those with coverSunday 11:00am-6:00pm 12:00pm-4:00pm age special fitness programs. Open Swim Hours Until Memorial Day Memorial Day–September 30 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6:00am-7:15am 6:00am-7:15am Membership Rates Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 7:00pm-9:00pm 7:00pm-8:30pm (tax not included in prices) Saturday 1:00pm-4:00pm Closed Tennis Sunday 1:00pm-4:00pm 1:00pm-3:00pm Month Year Year ACH Individual $36.00 $300.00 $30/Month **Facility Closed Sunday before Memorial Day, Memorial Day, Independence Junior $20.00 $168.00 $17/Month Day, Sunday before Labor Day, Labor Day and August 13-August 19 for anCouple $45.00 $378.00 $39/Month nual facility maintenance Family $50.00 $420.00 $42/Month **A Tennis membership includes open court time in the Tennis Center.

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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Water Aerobics (fee includes tax)

May 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 4:00-4:55pm Tuesday 10:15-11:15am $10 per month Thursday 10:15-11:15am $10 per month Monday, Wednesday 11:30-12:25pm $20 per month Tuesday, Thursday 11:30-12:25pm $20 per month Monday, Wednesday 4:00-4:55pm $20 per month Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 5:00-5:55pm $30 per month Saturday 8:00-8:55am $10 per month

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Associations, Sport Camps & Community Groups Did you know volunteering is one of the best ways to make a difference in your community. Register for Volunteer Connect to discover the many ways to make your community a better place.

June – July – August Classes Monday, Wednesday, Friday $30 per month Choose one: 7:25-8:20am or 8:25-9:30am Tuesday, Thursday $20 per month Choose one: 6:15-7:10am or 8:00-8:55am or 4:00-4:55pm Monday, Wednesday 4:00-4:55pm $20 per month

Volunteer Connect Have you wanted to get more involved in your community & been NEW! unsure how to get started? Unsure who to contact? Do you have volunteer hours to fulfill for school, service clubs, church, etc? Are you recently retired or new in town and looking to make a difference? Volunteer Connect is new volunteer matching service to the community that was just launched by United Way of Steele County. Volunteer Connect is an online interactive tool that both allows individuals to see the many ways they can make a difference and agencies/organizations of all types to promote their needs and events free of charge. The website http://volunteerconnect.unitedwaysteelecounty.org is live and ready for the community to navigate.

Personal Trainer If you are in need of a Personal Trainer, the Tennis & Fitness Center has just the person for you! Our facility trainer, Aaron Halla, has a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education, NonTeaching (Exercise Science), an ACE Trainer Certification and many years’ experience as a fitness 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.

Community members can use the site as a way to familiarize themselves with organizations and needs in the community. When they are ready to sign up for a shift or let the organization know of their interest, they will be asked to create a volunteer profile with some basic information that will allow organizations to confirm the details of their participation and provide them with any other important information they will need before they arrive. The website is mobile friendly and allows volunteers to schedule and change shifts from their phone or computer, print off volunteer resumes with their documented volunteer hours and discover new local volunteer opportunities that match their interests and skills. Opportunities currently listed online include engagement opportunities for various Steele County non-profits. Users can go to the website to respond to these needs.

Strength Circuit Training Lead by our Personal Trainer, this class will provide exercises that will help you with fitness goals as well as daily activities. Your strength, balance and coordination will be enhanced with participation in this class. Exercises will be adapted to your fitness level and abilities. Summer Sessions Day: Wednesday Time: 5:00 – 6:00pm Location: West Hills Gym Fee (6 classes): $15 Tennis & Fitness Member; $25 non-members, $10 per day drop in

Owatonna Parks and Recreation is excited to be a partner of Volunteer Connect. We will continue to add volunteer opportunities for you to view and choose from on a regular basis (these opportunities will include items such as coaching, helping with special events and Seniorplace front desk tasks). Create your account today to see what volunteer opportunities you may be interested in at the Owatonna Parks and Recreation department or with any of the agencies from around Steele County who are on this site. Be sure to become a ‘Fan’ of the Owatonna Parks and Recreation page to get announcements of new opportunities as they are posted.

Session 1: April 25 – May 30, 2018 Session 2: June 6 – July 18, 2018 (No Class July 4) Session 3: July 25, 2018 – September 5, 2018 (No class August 15)

A big thank you to everyone who has been a volunteer for the Parks and Recreation department throughout the years!


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Owatonna Pickleball Association and Owatonna Parks & Recreation – 5th Owatonna Tennis Association 5th Annual Tennis Tournament Annual Spring Tournament – May 11-12 July 27-29, 2018 Location: Owatonna High School Tennis Courts Playing Locations • Indoor: Owatonna Men’s, Women’s, & Children’s Divisions Senior High School Singles, Doubles, & Mixed Doubles and McKinley ElVisit owatonnatennis.com to register. Contact Mark Rahrick at (507) 390ementary School 6541 for more information. • Outdoor: Morehouse Park The Mission of the Owatonna Tennis Association is to Encourage, Promote Divisions and Improve the Quality of Tennis in the Owatonna Area • Mixed Doubles: Friday night 5:30pm 2018 OWATONNA HUSKIES • Men’s and Youth FOOTBALL CAMP Doubles: Saturday 9:00am The 22nd annual Owatonna Huskies Youth Football Camp will be held Mon• Women’s Doubles: Saturday 1:00pm day August 6th through Thursday August 9th from 5:30 to 8:00 pm at Owatonna High School. Athletes entering 3rd through 6th Grade will be taught skills Entry fee positions as well as punting and kicking. Athletes entering 7th • Adult divisions are $25.00 per person. If playing in two categories, the related to all through 10th Grade will choose an offensive and defensive position and practice fee is an additional $5.00 each person. at both positions each session. All participants will receive a camp T-shirt. The • Youth division is $10 per person. Lunch on Saturday is provided for Owatonna High School Coaching Staff as well as outstanding players from participants, $5 for non-participants. past and present Huskies teams will coach the camp. Brochures are available • Registration Deadline: is May 8. online at owatonnafootball.com as well as at the Park and Recreation offices. Format: Un-officiated round robin, top 4 teams advance to single elimination. Participants may walk up and register the first night of camp. Please call or email Coach Williams at 444-8908 or jwilliams@owatonna.k12.mn.us for more information. Online registration is available on the Parks and Recreation website or your entry fee and registration can be mailed to Renae Jeno, 6420 SW 18th St, Owatonna, MN 55060. For more information, contact Renae Jeno - drjeno@isei.co

Horseshoe Pitching All league matches are on the lighted courts in Mineral Springs Park. •Tuesday evenings – Men’s League Contact: Mike Meyer at 363-2046

Pickleball Group Play Outdoor play begins May 1st at the Morehouse Park Pickleball courts. • The courts are reserved for organized play on the following days and times: o Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday mornings from 9:00am – 12:00pm o Tuesday and Thursday nights from 5:30pm – dark Players of all ages and skill levels are encouraged to join the group during organized play times. There is no cost to play. Many players are available to help beginners learn the game or advance their skills. Players and teams rotate in and out so everyone gets the opportunity to play. Balls are provided. A Owatonna Public Library, 105 N. Elm Ave., Owatonna, MN 55060 limited number of paddles are available to use. 507-444-2460 • www.owatonna.info Outside of the organized play times, the Morehouse Park Pickleball courts are available for use during normal park hours. If you do not have paddles Owatonna Public Library -- Libraries Rock or balls these can be checked out from the Parks and Recreation department at West Hills. Please use athletic shoes with non-marking soles to protect the Friday, June 1 -- Summer Reading Program Kick-off is from 3:00 – 6:00 PM. Rock out with Big and Tall, eat some ice cream, get a tattoo, pick up your reading log and court surface. start reading.


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Thursday, June 7 – CLIMB Theatre @ 10:00 AM Thursday, June 14 – Mystifying Magic with Greg Skillestad @ 10:00 AM Thursday, June 21 – Siama’s Music @ 10:00 AM Thursday, June 28 – Bookfair 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Have you read 10 days? Thursday, July 5 – LEGO™ Mania 10:00 – 11:30 AM Thursday, July 12 – RadZoo @ 10:00 AM Thursday, July 19 – National Eagle Center @ 10:00 AM Thursday, July 26 -- Bookfair 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Have you read 10 days? For more information on other events at your library this summer, check us out on Facebook, check our webpage Owatonna.info, call 444-2460 or visit the library 105 N. Elm Ave., Owatonna, MN 55060

SeniorPlace 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. Our yearly memberships run from January through December. By becoming a member of the Owatonna SeniorPlace, you are provided with full access to the facility, full participation to any of the daily programs or activities, great discounts to all programs, trips and activities. Another benefit that you will gain by becoming a member is being part of our partnership program. Membership dues: $37.58 (includes tax) per person. Membership Partnership Program As a SeniorPlace/Senior Programming member, you are eligible to receive great discounts from local businesses who participate in our Partnership Program. For a complete list of all discounts, visit the Parks and Recreation website at ci.owatonna.mn.us or you can pick up a copy of the list at SeniorPlace. 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


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Special Events  

are hosting a 5-week course starting June 7. Classes are Thursdays from 1:00 - 2:30pm, and going through August 16, 2018. Cost: Free for SeniorPlace members $10 for non-members

Dancing at the Elks The second Tuesday of the month, we’re dancing at the Elks from 1:00-4:30 pm. Thanks to the Owatonna Elks Club! This is a great time to socialize, dance and exercise! Refreshments and snacks provided.

If you are interested in learning more about the program, please call Dani at the SeniorPlace, 507-444-4280. We are hoping to recruit a wide range of participants. If this program piques your interest…. stop by or call to learn more.

Mondays are Grandparents Day at River Springs Water Park! A grandparent gets into the water park free with a paid grandchild.

Entertainment Schedule: May 8th Luverne Wanous June 12th Hans Hohrman July 10th Ryan Herman Cost: $5.00 SeniorPlace member, $6.00 non-member

...Dancing is a great mental exercise that keeps your mind young, quick, and open. Swing on out to the Owatonna Elks Club on the 2nd Tuesday of each month for some fun entertainment.

SeniorPlace Inc. Pancake Dinner Fundraiser Thursday, May 17 4:30 - 7:00PM Owatonna Eagles Cost: $5 in advance or $6 at the door Children 5 & under are FREE. Tickets available at SeniorPlace or Kottke’s. This SeniorPlace Inc. fundraiser helps support programs and activities ran through SeniorPlace. SeniorPlace Membership Picnic Tuesday, June 26 11:00am Mark your calendar and enjoy our first SeniorPlace Membership Picnic. The picnic is at SeniorPlace, on the Southside of the building. The weather will be warm and the food tasty. Come enjoy a delicious hotdog or hamburger, lively conversation, and a chance to win some great prizes. Please sign up through the SeniorPlace by June 23. In case of bad weather, we will take the picnic inside. We look forward to seeing you! Cost: $4.00 Aging Mastery Program (AMP) The Owatonna SeniorPlace is pleased to announce that we are offering a ten-week health and well-being package to residents 55 and over. This is a wonderful opportunity for older adults to participate in, and reap the benefits of, this cutting-edge wellness program. The program goal is to empower older adults to make and maintain small but impactful changes. The classes explore navigating longer lives, physical activity, sleep, healthy eating and hydration, financial fitness, medication management, advanced planning, healthy relationships, falls prevention and community engagement. Each of these classes provide basic educational materials developed from highly trusted sources, a checklist of action steps, and a system for tracking behaviors over time. We

Trips Austin Hormel Historic Home and Traveling Veterans Wall Thursday May 17, 2018 Join the SeniorPlace as we travel to Austin MN to the Hormel Historic Home and to see the Traveling Veterans Wall. We will first stop at the Hormel Historic Home . Lunch is included in the cost. After lunch you will take a tour of the historic home. After the tour we will go to the Veterans wall. • Cost: $30 members/ $45 non-members • Registration Deadline: May 3 (non-members can begin registering on April 20) • Max: 40 participants • Depart SeniorPlace: 10:30am St. Paul Saints Baseball Game Wednesday June 13 Join the Owatonna SeniorPlace as we take a trip up the CHS Field, home of the St. Paul Saints. Take advantage of this great opportunity to watch outdoor baseball and take a stroll through the beautiful CHS Field concourse. The Saints will be taking on the Fargo-Moorhead Redhawks for a 1:05pm first pitch. Bring a friend, grandchild, or the whole family. Children un-der the age of 18 pay the members price • Cost: $32 members/ $47 non-members • Registration Deadline: June 6 non-members can begin registering on May 20) • Max: 25 participants • Depart SeniorPlace:11:00am


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Hand & Foot Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:45pm Table Tennis Wednesdays 12:30 pm Mexican Train Wednesdays 12:45 pm Bridge Wednesdays 1:00 pm Pinochle Mon, Wed & Fridays 1:00 pm Billiards Thursdays 12:00 pm 500 Fridays 8:45 am BINGO Fridays 12:30 pm Shuffleboard Saturday 1:00pm Pickleball Outdoor play at Morehouse starts in May, as weather permits. Balls are provided along with paddles for those who are new to the game. All ability levels are welcome. Instruction available to anyone new to the game. Below are the Treasure Island Resort & Casino Trip – Wednesday, June 20, 2018 times and days the Pickleball group has the courts reserved. Join the trip to Treasure Island Resort and Casino. We will leave the SeniorMonday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 9:00AM – 12:00PM Tuesday & Thursday: 5:30pm - Dark Place at 9AM and arrive at Treasure Island around 10:15AM. We will then depart around 2:30PM. All travelers will receive $15 of free slot play and a $3 Any questions or for further information contact Alan Peterson (President OPA) 763-670-2869 food voucher. • Cost: $25 members / $40 non-members (cost does not include Silver Streaks Softball meal) All members of SeniorPlace are welcome and encouraged to play. The team is • Registration Deadline: June 14 (non-members can begin register- open to men and women. Last year, senior softball consisted of two mornings each week in two different leagues from 9:00am to noon.  A lot of good outing on June 1) door fun and sportsmanship! If you are interested, contact Owatonna Senior • Max: 24 participants Place at 507-444-4280 • Depart SeniorPlace: 9:00am

Other Activities Tai Chi Wednesdays & Fridays @ 9:30am Cost: $1 for Member and $2 for Non-Member Pilates with Susan Bernhart Mondays & Thursdays 9-10am. Cost $2 for Member and $3 for Non-Member. Yoga Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:45-11:30AM. Cost: - 12 punch card: $60.00 SP member/$72 non-member - 6 punch card: $33 SP member/$39 non-member - Individual classes: $6 SP member/$7 non-member Games Cribbage Mondays 12:45 pm Quilting Mondays 8:00 am Maj Jongg Tuesdays 9:00 am Billiards Tuesdays 8:30 am Golden Tones Tuesdays 1:30 pm

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ADULT FALL SPORTS

Fall Softball

The Owatonna Slow Pitch Softball Association along with Owatonna Park and Recreation offers Men’s & Co-ed softball programs. Games are played from late August through early October at the Fairgrounds softball complex. All leagues will play 5 weeks of double headers (10 games). Registration deadline: Thursday, July 26 (tentative roster and entry fee) Schedules available: week of August 20 Roster and player fees due: August 27 Fees (Checks payable to Owatonna Park and Recreation) Men’s 1 Wednesday $160.00 Men’s 2 Thursday $160.00 Men’s 3 Thursday $160.00 Men’s 4 Monday $160.00 Co-Rec 1 Tuesday $160.00 Co-Rec 2 Tuesday $160.00 Player fees: Recreation

$23.00 (includes tax) – checks payable to Owatonna Parks &

Fall Co-Rec Kickball

A six-week season with single elimination playoffs. Most games played at Morehouse Park and the Fairgrounds. Registration deadline: Thursday, July 19 Schedules available: week of August 13 Roster and player fees due: week of August 20

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 (1923-1945) • Cemetery  (learn the history of 198 children buried there) • State School Museum (inside City Administration Building) • Call Anne Peterson for group tours of 10 or more (507-774-7369) • 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 Fees: (includes tax) Team Fee: $128.00, includes 1 kickball per team - checks payable to Parks Center) Cottage 11 Hours: & Recreation Tuesday – Sunday: 1:00-4:00pm Player Fee: $12.00 – checks payable to Parks & Recreation Museum and Cottage 11 are closed major holidays. Recreation Leagues Monday, Tuesday, Thursday.

Tours: Self-guided tours of the main Museum, Cottage 11 & grounds are free of charge. (Donations are appreciated.) Guided tours, including a presentation and 1930s film footage are available. Please contact the Orphanage Museum for details & reservations.


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