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SPRING/SUMMER 2012 Parks, recreation anD community services


contact us

email us at: renodirect@reno.gov 334-2262 for general information 352-4249 for after-hours emergencies follow us online at: www.facebook.com/cityofreno www.twitter.com/cityofreno www.aroundthearch.com

INFORMATION

DIRECTORY – PARKS, RECREATION & COMMUNITY SERVICES Facility

Address

Phone

Fax

Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center (EMNECC)

1301 Valley Road

334-2262

321-8338

Southside Cultural Center

190 East Liberty Street

334-2260

334-2449

McKinley Arts & Culture Center

925 Riverside Drive

334-2417

334-2598

Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center

2745 Elementary Drive

356-3176

Neil Road Recreation Center

3925 Neil Road

689-8484

689-8487

Park Maintenance/Urban Forestry

2055 Idlewild Drive

334-2270

334-2471

Special Events Office

925 Riverside Drive

334-2414

334-2598

Rosewood Lakes Golf Course

6800 Pembroke Drive

857-2892

857-4488

Sibayan Youth & Recreation Center

1090 Bresson Avenue

326-6666

-

Reno Tennis Center

1901 Plumas Street

689-2975

-

Northwest Pool

2925 Apollo Way

334-2203

-

Idlewild Pool

1805 Idlewild Drive

334-2267

-

Traner Pool

1600 Carville Drive

334-2269

-

Plumas Gym

475 Monroe Street

334-2262

-

334-6268

-

Athletic League Rain-out Hotline

-

= Key Registration Sites. Contact us for drop-in programs and schedules. All class schedules, facility hours and instructors are subject to change and/or cancellation.

HOLIDAYS – CENTERS AND OFFICES CLOSED

Contact us for hours at Rosewood Lakes Golf Course & Northwest Pool

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Memorial Day

Monday, May 28

Nevada Day

Friday, October 26

Independence Day

Wednesday, July 4

Veteran’s Day (Observed)

Monday, November 12

Labor Day

Monday, September 3

Thanksgiving

November 22 & 23

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director’s note

s we approach another Spring and Summer in Northern Nevada, we look forward to the many outdoor activities that await us. I encourage you to look at the many services outlined in this brochure in a different way. I want to focus your attention on what the City of Reno is doing to help address the growing epidemic of childhood obesity. The Department’s Mission is to provide the community access to a wide variety of recreational pursuits. This may seem a superficial goal to some, however, we take it very seriously in our programming, food service offerings, park operations, and recreational options that are available to everyone. In our focus on youth and teens, we realize this is a critical time of their lives when they are forming their independent decision processes that will be the basis for life-long habits, behaviors, and thinking patterns. Our goal is to be a positive influence to help youth, teen and young adults understand the importance of fitness, overall well-being, including mental, emotional and physical health.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Program Registration

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Facility Schedules

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Adaptive Recreation

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Dance Classes

8

Martial Arts

10

Fitness

11

Pools and Aquatics

13

Sports

18

Tennis

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There are many immediate and long-term benefits to addressing your child’s overall fitness when they are younger: • Better concentration at school • Less likely to contract Type 2 Diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease • Better self-image which helps to promote self confidence and self esteem • More energy • Greater ability to handle stress

Senior Activities and Services

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Youth Programs and Summer Camps

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So, what can you do? Consulting your family physician is a great first step to assess the status of your child’s health and develop a plan of action. Generally, obesity is determined by measuring the BMI (Body Mass Index). This can be easily done by checking the following website, which calculates your BMI http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/dnpabmi/. This is just one indicator and should not be assumed as the only assessment tool, which your physician will verify.

Public Art

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Park Programs

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Park Listings

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Shelters and Facility Rentals

30

Urban Forestry

33

Rain and Sensory Gardens

34

Special Events

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Youth Obesity has received significant press coverage over the past five years. According to the National Center for Disease Control, childhood obesity has more than tripled in the U.S. in the past 30 years. In addition, the Obesity Action Coalition has identified obese children are 70 percent more likely to be obese as adults. This carries a greater risk for obesity-related health conditions such as heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, hypertension, sleep disorders and cancer. These are sobering facts that no parent, grandparent, guardian or foster parent wants to face, however, know there are local resources and personal help at your fingertips. Washoe County School District has completed their own studies and analysis compared to state and national averages. Although a 2010 report shows Washoe County’s rate for childhood overweight and obesity is higher at 34.3% than the U.S. average 31.9%; it is lower than the state average at 38% of school-aged children who are reported as overweight or obese.

Finally, there are many actions you can take to help your child be active: • Plan family activities that involve physical fitness (swimming, walking, biking, etc) and join in the activities – don’t just watch. • Limit time in front of the TV and computer and encourage outside physical play. • Support your child’s participation in sports and activities in school, classes and individual sports. • Help your child find an activity or group of activities they enjoy. • Develop a routine by having a regular schedule for physical activity. And remember, Parks, Recreation and Community Services are here to help you and your family have fun, stay active and stay fit!

Yours In Healthy Recreation! Conway, Director Parks, Recreation andJulee Community Services

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registration Register in Person, By Phone, Fax or Online • Sierra Kids and camps require a Participant Information Form • Call or visit a site listed on page 2 or for online service, go to WWW.RENO.GOV/ PARksANdREc.

SENIOR DIMENSIONS

INFORMATION

• Fill out a Household Account Form

• Registration/payment is required in advance, prior to use of programs, services or facilities. Registration/payment is taken up until the registration deadlines or when a program is full. Call for more information or download the rules and forms from our website. • Requests for Refunds, Transfers or Credits must be received on the written form by the criteria deadlines. Call for more information or download the rules and form from our website. some programs have a registration deadline and many fill to capacity. It is advised to register early to ensure your space. Fees are subject to city council approval and can change.

ANY QUESTIONS CALL 775.334.2262

Scholarships The City of Reno is committed to providing recreational opportunities to all residents regardless of economic circumstances. For this reason, a limited fund scholarship program is available to those who qualify. If you have wanted to participate in our senior programs, all-day camps, beforeand after-school programs or qualified activities but couldn’t because of financial circumstances, we encourage you to apply. Information is kept strictly confidential. For additional information call 334-2260.

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MISSION STATEMENT

To provide excellent parks, recreation, and cultural opportunities which enhance the quality of life within the Reno community.

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Health Plan of Nevada, Inc. (HPN) has contracted with the City of Reno to provide all of HPN’s contracted Medicare members certain fitness and wellness services and benefits. Any eligible person enrolled with HPN can receive a basic fitness membership with the City or fitness program enrollment at no charge. Programs in this brochure with the Senior Dimensions logo qualify as programs available as part of this HPN Medicare benefit.

VOLUNTEERINg

Volunteering is the perfect way to develop a new skill, to discover a new talent or give back to the community. Volunteer opportunities for the City of Reno Parks Recreation and Community Services Division include but are not limited to: Greenhouse horticulture, Friends of the Rose Garden, Adopta-flower bed, Seniors, Inclusion and Adaptive Recreation, Golf, Arts, Community Garden, Special Events, and Administration. Long-term volunteers receive background checks prior to serving. For more information contact April Wolfe at 333-7765.

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schedules

FAcIlIty HOuRs OF OPERAtION Evelyn Mount Northeast community center 1301 Valley Road (775) 334-2262

Northwest Pool 2925 Apollo Way (775) 334-2203

Monday - Thursday

7 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Mon/Wed/Fri

7 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Friday

7 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Tues/Thurs

7 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Basketball Open Gym

11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday

9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Saturday

Available for events/rentals

Sunday

12 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Evelyn Mount Northeast community center Pool (775) 334-2262 7 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Tuesday

7 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Wednesday

7 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Thursday

7 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Friday

7 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Saturday

8 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Sunday

Available for events/rentals Neil Road Recreation center 3925 Neil Road (775) 689-8484

Monday - Friday

9 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Saturday - Sunday

Available for events/rentals

Parks Maintenance 2055 Idlewild drive (775) 334-2270 Monday - Friday

7 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Tuesday - Wednesday

8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Monday/Thursday/Friday

Available for events/rentals

Saturday - Sunday

Available for events/rentals

Rosewood lakes Golf course 6800 Pembroke drive (775) 857-2892 7 days a week March - November

7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

southside cultural center 190 East liberty street (775) 334-2260 Monday - Friday

INFORMATION

Monday

teglia’s Paradise Park Activity center 2745 Elementary drive (775) 356-3176

10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Mckinley Arts & culture center 925 Riverside drive (775) 334- 2417 Monday - Friday

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

= key Registration sites

Facility schedules and hours of operation are subject to change. Facilities have activities offered at specific times within each operating day. Contact each facility for specifics.

Parks, Recreation and Community Services

ABBREVIAtION kEy NRRC = Neil Road Recreation Center TPPAC = Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center NW Library = Northwest Library (off Robb Dr) EMNECC = Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center ORVIS = Orvis Ring Apartments

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adaptive

RECREATION/PROGRAMS

ADAPTIVERECREATION

AccEss FOR All

The City of Reno welcomes the opportunity to provide accommodations to people with disabilities so that full participation in leisure and recreation programs, classes, services and facilities may be enjoyed by all. If you or a family member require a reasonable accommodation to participate in a program, please call a minimum of five business days prior to the start of the program. Efforts will be made to accommodate your request. If you have any questions or need additional information please contact Inclusion Services at 334-2262. Hearing impaired individuals can use Nevada Relay - dial 711 for assistance. Adaptive REConnection is the best way stay current Newsletter to on adaptive recreation opportunities. A typical issue includes upcoming community events, sports and social programs and area resources. Download a copy from our website or call Inclusion/Adaptive Services at 334-2262 to have each issue e-mailed to you.

OUT and ABOUT This community outing program is geared for young adults ages 15 years and up with disabilities and their caregivers/companions. Join us for bowling, cooking, golfing, fishing, field trips and more. Contact us for a detailed schedule of activities. U.S. Paralympics, a division of the U.S. Olympic Committee, and the City of Reno have partnered to create Paralympic Sport Reno. Paralympic Sport Reno is a community-based sports club developed to involve youth and adults with physical and visual disabilities RENO in sports and physical activity, regardless of skill level and raise the profile of Paralympic sport nationally. Contact us for a detailed schedule of activities and clinics. About U.S. Paralympics: U.S. Paralympics, a division of the U.S. Olympic Committee, is dedicated to becoming the world leader in Paralympic sports movement and to promoting excellence in the lives of persons with physical disabilities.

PARALYMPIC SPORT RENO MILITARY SPORTS CAMP SEPTEMBER 12 – 16TH

The City of Reno, with the generous support of the Nevada Military Support Alliance and local adaptive sports programs, plan to once again host 15 disabled veterans and injured service members and their spouse/guest for a multiday Military Sports Camp, September 12 – 16th, 2012. All skill levels are welcome. This program is not just about sports; it’s also about attitude, camaraderie and promoting healthy, active lifestyles. There is no cost to Military Service Men or Women and their guest. Registration preference will be given to Nevada Service Members. For more information contact April Wolfe at 775-333-7765 or wolfea@reno.gov. 6

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Mark Wellman’s Adventure Day at Sparks Marina All people with disabilities are invited to attend Mark Wellman’s Adventure Day at the Sparks Marina Park from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 10. A kayaking seminar will be featured, adaptive rock climbing, adaptive sailing, and handcycles will be available to try. Bring your bathing suit and sun block to this free event. Please call Shauna Nelson at 775-353-7815 or e-mail shnelson@cityofsparks.us.

Adaptive golf Adaptive golf is here in Reno! Paralympic Sport Reno has partnered with Rosewood Lakes Golf Course this spring to offer six-week sessions of golf instruction. Whether you are an absolute beginner or a seasoned veteran, you’ll find a place at our golf clinics taught by golf professionals. For more information and to register call April Wolfe at 775-333-7765.

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sEssION 1: FRIdAys, APRIl 27 – JuNE 1, 11 – 12 PM sEssION 2: suNdAys, July 8 – AuG. 12, 11 – 12 PM sEssION 3: WEds., sEPt. 12 – Oct. 17, 11 – 12 PM

ADAPTIVERECREATION

Northern California/Nevada Adaptive Cycling Series Join us while we cycle various locations in Northern California and Nevada throughout the summer/fall. There will be a series of organized rides in the Bay Area, Sacramento, and Reno. Each ride will offer routes of varying distances for beginner to advanced cyclists. Series Dates and Contacts: April 21 – Sacramento, CA Rick Mason - City of Sacramento, Access Leisure RMason@cityofsacramento.org June 2 – Reno, NV April Wolfe – City of Reno 775-333-7765 or wolfea@reno.gov August 18 - Berkeley, CA Greg Milano – Bay Area Outreach Program 510-849-4663 or cycling@borp.org October 13 – Reno, NV (Advanced Clinic) April Wolfe – City of Reno 775-333-7765 or wolfea@reno.gov

Adaptive Whitewater Clinic During the Reno River Festival Sunday, June 17, 2012 at 11 am, participants will be introduced to basic adaptive Whitewater concepts and equipment with an opportunity to float the Truckee River during the Festival. Contact April Wolfe at 775-333-7765 for more information and to register. Adaptive Equipment Rental Program Our adaptive recreation equipment is available to rent (sport wheelchairs, beach wheelchairs, handcycles, etc.). Renting makes it affordable for participants to try before they buy, be a weekend warrior, gain skills, and be involved in more than one sport. For more information call April Wolfe at (775) 3337765. 775.334.2262

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dance classes Tap Dance Beginner through Advanced Evelyn Mount Northeast community center Beginner tap – Age 7 - 12 saturday 9:30 a.m. - 10:20 a.m. Apr. 21 - June 2

88217

$30

June 16 - July 14

92817

$25

July 21 - Aug. 18

92818

$25

Sept. 8 - Oct. 6

92823

$25

Beginner Adult tap – Ages 12+

DANCECLASSES

saturday 11:30 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. Apr. 21 - June 2

88226

$30

June 16 - July 14

92829

$25

July 21 - Aug. 18

92830

$25

Sept. 8 - Oct. 6

92841

$25

Intermediate tap – Age 7 - 12 saturday 12:30 p.m. - 1:20 p.m. Apr. 21 - June 2

88220

$30

June 16 - July 14

92820

$25

July 21 - Aug. 18

92821

$25

Sept. 8 - Oct. 6

92827

$25

Intermediate Adult tap – Ages 12+ Wednesday 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. Apr. 18 - May 30

88229

$35

June 13 - July 11

92832

$20

July 18 - Aug. 8

92833

$20

Sept. 5 - Oct. 17

92844

$35

Advanced tap – Ages 13+ Monday 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. Apr. 16 - June 4

88232

$35

June 11 - July 9

92835

$25

July 16 - Aug. 13

92836

$25

Sept. 10 - Oct. 15

92847

$30

senior tap – Ages 50+ Wednesday 9 a.m. - 10 a.m.

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Apr. 18 - May 30

88235

$35

June 13 - July 11

92838

$20

July 18 - Aug. 8

92839

$20

Sept. 5 - Oct. 17

92850

$35

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Hip-Hop Jazz Evelyn Mount Northeast community center Enjoy this fun fast action class while dancing to favorite pop artists. A dance combination of lyrical, hip hop and jazz will be taught. Loose fitting athletic clothes and jazz shoes are required. Ages 6 - 9 – Monday 6:15 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. Apr. 2 - Apr. 30

88210

$40

May 7 - May 21

92742

$35

June 4 - June 25

92743

$40

Aug. 6 - Aug. 27

(6-7pm)

93602

$40

Sept. 10 - Oct. 1

(6-7pm)

93603

$40

Ages 10 - 19 – Monday 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. Aug. 6 - Aug. 27

93592

$40

Sept. 10 - Oct. 1

93953

$40

Belly Dance Evelyn Mount Northeast community center * If attendee signs up for two classes per week the cost is discounted to $80.00 total for both classes. Beginner Belly dance – Ages 13+ Wednesday 6 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. Apr. 4 - May 9 88260 May 16 - June 20 88325 June 27 - Aug. 8 88326 Aug. 15 - Sept. 19 88327 Beginner Belly dance – Ages 13+ thursday 6 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. Apr. 5 - May 10 88254 May 17 - June 21 88319 June 28 - Aug. 9 88320 Aug. 16 - Sept. 20 88321

$55 $55 $55 $55

$55 $55 $55 $55

Intermediate Belly dance – Ages 13+ thursday 7:15 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Apr. 5 - May 10 88257 May 17 - June 21 88322 June 28 - Aug. 9 88323 Aug. 16 - Sept. 20 88324 printed on 30% recycled paper

$55 $55 $55 $55


Belly dance seniors 55+ and beyond Monday 2 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Apr. 2 - Apr. 23 90004 Apr. 30 - May 21 93292 June 4 - June 25 90005 July 9 - July 30 90006 Aug. 6 - Aug. 27 93293 Sept. 10 - Oct. 1 90007

$30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30

Ballet Dance Evelyn Mount Northeast community center creative Ballet – Ages 3 - 6 Monday 5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. Apr. 2 - Apr. 30

88197

$40

May 7 - May 21

92542

$35

June 4 - June 25

92543

$40

(5:15-6pm)

93597

$40

Sept. 10 - Oct. 1

(5:15-6pm)

93598

$40

DANCECLASSES

Aug. 6 - Aug. 27

Beginner Ballet – Ages 4 - 6 Monday 5 p.m. - 5:50 p.m. Apr. 16 - June 4

88200

$35

June 11 - July 9

92795

$25

July 16 - Aug. 13

92796

$25

Sept. 10 - Oct. 15

92808

$30

Beginner Ballet – Ages 7 - 12 saturday 10:30 a.m. - 11:20 a.m. Apr. 21 - June 2

88203

$30

June 16 - July 14

92798

$25

July 21 - Aug. 18

92799

$25

Sept. 8 - Oct. 6

92811

$25

Intermediate Ballet – Ages 7 - 12 Wednesday 5 p.m. - 5:50 p.m. June class days/times change to tuesday Apr. 18 - May 30 Wed 88206 $35 June 12 - July 10

Tues

92801

$20

July 17 - Aug. 7

Tues

92802

$20

Sept. 4 - Oct. 16

Tues

92814

$35

Intermediate Ballet – Ages 13+ Wednesday 5:00 p.m. - 5:50 p.m. June 13 - July 11

Wed

94019

$20

July 18 - Aug. 12

Wed

94020

$20

Sept. 5 - Oct. 17

Wed

94021

$35

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martial arts/fitness

FITNESS

goju Karate Evelyn Mount Northeast community center Goju-Ryu karate 6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. tuesdays thursdays All $40/ 7-12 yrs 13+ yrs month April 88401 88409 May 92853 92857 June 92854 92858 July 92855 92859 August 92856 92860

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Jujitsu Evelyn Mount Northeast community center Dan Zan DZR Jujitsu is an internationally recognized system of Hawaiian jujitsu that engages students in a lifetime of self discovery. DZR teaches self-defense that is effective on the streets and competitive on the mat or in the cage, while developing students’ character and ethical principles. Students of DZR not only practice techniques, but also belief in Kokua (helping spirit) and Ohana (family spirit). Jujitsu – Ages 13+ tues/thurs 7 - 8:45 p.m. & sat 10 - 11 a.m. Apr. 3 - May 1 88292 $60 May 1 - May 31 93542 $60 June 2 - June 30 93543 $60 July 3 - July 31 93544 $60 Aug. 2 - Aug. 30 93545 $60 Sept. 1 - Sept. 29 93547 $60 kid’s Jujitsu – Ages 5-13 tuesday/thursday 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. Apr. 3 - Apr. 26 88288 $50 May 1 - May 31 93503 $50 June 5 - June 28 93504 $50 July 3 - July 31 93505 $45 Aug. 2 - Aug. 30 93506 $50 Sept. 4 - Sept. 26 93511 $50

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Kaia F.I.T. Midtown Kaia is a boot camp for women only, which emphasizes functional fitness. Our program is fun, innovative and different because of the energy, the camaraderie, and also unique in that every client gets personal attention. Kaia is great for women of all ages and is the perfect way for women to succeed in achieving their health & fitness goals. Our goal is to inspire women to reach beyond what they thought was possible. You will receive the tools needed to get you in the best shape of your life. You will learn to recognize and respect the importance of simple exercise and movement; and acquire healthy habits to last a lifetime. F.I.T. offers two different types of Boot Camp styles: • BRIKS – 6 weeks/ 5 days a week. These sessions offer QUICK and GREAT results from weight & body fat loss to strength and confidence. During BRIKS we do physical assessments, offer a nutritional plan, recipes, a shopping guide, food journals, and have a blast! $199.00 • CORE – 5 weeks/4 days a week that increases cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength. Classes include 3 Kaia crosstraining workouts including our Kaia walk/runs, and Kaia Flow. Also, a Kaia Nutritional Guide to help you with making healthy food choices and weight loss. $135.00. kAIA F.I.t. – AGEs 18+ located in the california Building BRIks: Monday – Friday 5:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m. or 6:00 a.m. – 7:00 a.m. cORE: Monday – thursday 5:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m. or 6:00 a.m. – 7:00 a.m. Apr. 30 – June 8 BRIKS $199.00 June 11 – July 12 CORE $135.00 July 16 – Aug. 16 CORE $135.00 Aug. 27 – Oct. 5 BRIKS $199.00

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fitness classes

Mon/tues/Wed/Fri 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. April

92091

$36

May

92092

$36

June

92093

$36

July

92094

$36

August

92095

$36

September

92096

$36

Personal Training Get the coaching and motivation you need to achieve the fitness lifestyle you want with ACE Certified Personal Trainers. A one-on-one program will help get you started on an exercise lifestyle designed to keep you fit and healthy. The first session is an assessment of your fitness level and a conversation about your goals. In the later sessions, the instructor will teach proper technique to develop strength, endurance and flexibility. Homework - additional independent workouts - can be expected to complement and reinforce training sessions. EMNECC, by appointment. Fee: $30 per hour. Contact Sheryl at 813-2930 for information or to schedule an appointment. Parks, Recreation and Community Services

April

92461

May

92462

June

92463

July

92464

August

92465

September

92466

October

92467

November

92468

Baby-Boot Camp Baby Boot Camp stroller-based fitness classes are designed specifically to help moms get fit. It takes the place of a personal trainer at a time in your life when you need one more than ever. Classes combine strength-training exercises with cardiovascular drills. Pilates, yoga and abdominal exercises help improve core strength. The stroller, resistance tubes and even your child are used as an integral part of the workout. Evelyn Mount Northeast community center Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 9:30 a.m. Contact: Kristin-Whitemore, 225-3999 kristin.whittemore@babybootcamp.com Neil Road Recreational center Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8:45 a.m. Contact: Heather Cannon, 771-3669 heather.cannon@babybootcamp.com Register online at www.babybootcamp.com. 775.334.2262

FITNESS

Jazzercise When you love your workout, the results come easy. That’s why Jazzercise blends aerobics, yoga, pilates and kick boxing movements into fun dance routines set to fresh new music. All fitness levels are welcome! Taught by Joy Brackney at the California Building in Idlewild Park. For ages 16+. $36 for one month, $65 for two months, $90 for three months.

ZUMBA Fitness Zumba® fuses Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a unique fitness program. Leah leads one hour sessions of calorie-burning, body-energizing, aweinspiring movements meant to engage and captivate you! The routines feature interval training sessions to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Leah has been teaching fitness for over 20-yrs! So if you’re looking for Latin flavor, positive energy and you’re ready to work up a sweat...skip the workout and join Leah’s Zumba® PARTY! For more info contact Leah Repsher: (415) 612-0311, tineblonde@yahoo.com or www. zumba-leah.com. Fee: $5/class drop -in or $3.50/class with a monthly commitment. Mondays 6 - 7 p.m. NRRc, 3925 Neil Rd., Reno

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fitness centers Reno’s two recreation centers are great facilities for fitness and exercise activity. At the Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center patrons have access to a weight room fully equipped with dumbbell and barbell weight equipment, cable resistance machines, a universal machine, floor mats and Swiss balls.

The Neil Road Recreation Center has a circuit training room that uses both hydraulic resistance equipment and calisthenics to provide a full-body workout. Patrons can also use the gymnasium for activities like volleyball, basketball and pickle ball. Miguel Ribera Park makes other activities possible including strolling, soccer, and more.

The cardio room is filled with treadmills, elliptical trainers, Fees to use the facility vary and are based on the amenities stair steppers, and upright & recumbent bicycles. EMNECC one plans to use. Stop by one of these facilities for a tour also has locker rooms, a full-sized gymnasium, a four-lane and to discuss with staff which fees apply to you. lap pool and paved pathways through the adjacent Dick Taylor Park that provide variety to any workout routine.

* These fees below do not apply at NRRC. Drop-in Fitness, etc. at NRRC is $.50 for seniors.

FITNESS

Pool Fees lAP sWIM/PuBlIc sWIM Punch Single Quarterly Pass Annual Admit. (3 mths) (10 Visits) Adult (18+) $5 $45 $150 $360 Senior/Child $2 $15 $60 $150 (55+/under 6) Youth (6-17) $3 $25 $90 WAtER FItNEss clAssEs Single Admission Adult (18+) Youth/Senior (8-17/55+)

$225

$6 $5

Open gym Fees Single Punch Pass Quarterly Admission (10 Visits) (3 months) Adult (18+)

$2

$20

$60

Youth/Senior (8-17/55+)

$1

$10

$30

Fitness Center Fees Single Punch Pass Quarterly Admission (10 Visits) (3 months) Adult (18+) $4 $35 $80 Youth/Senior $3 $25 $60 (14-17/55+)

Combination Passes and Fees FItNEss cENtER & OPEN GyM Good for the Fitness Center and Open Gym

Adult (18+) Youth/Senior (14-17/55+)

Single Punch Pass Admission (10 Visits) $5 $45

Single Punch Pass Admission (10 Visits) Adult (18+) $6 $55 Youth/ Senior $4 $35 $80 $5 $45 (1417/55+) PREMIUM - Good for the Fitness Center, Open Gym, Open Swim and Lap Swim

Adult (18+) Youth/Senior (14-17/55+)

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FItNEss cENtER & POOl

Good for the Fitness Center, Open Swim and Lap Swim

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Quarterly (3 months) $100

Quarterly (3 months) $120/$160 $100

Single Admission $7

Punch Pass (10 Visits) $65

Quarterly (3 months) $175

$6

$55

$150

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water fitness

Water is a great environment for exercise. Buoyancy takes the impact off of leg joints allowing exercises to improve muscular strength, balance and fitness levels. Get high-impact results from a low-impact workout. No swimming skills are required.

Dates

Northwest Pool Mon, Wed & Fri -- 9 - 10 a.m. Adult

April 16 - May 11 May 14 - June 8 June 11 - July 6* July 9 - Aug 3* Aug 6 - Aug 17* Sept 3 - Sept 28

93842 93867 93870 93872 93874 93876

$36

Senior

93843

$ 30

April 17 - May 10 May 15 - June 7 June 12 - July 5 July 10 - Aug 2* Aug 7 - Aug 16 Sep 4 - Sep 27

$30 $30 $30 $15 $30

$36 $36 $36 $18 $36

Dates

Northwest Pool Tue & Thu -- 9 - 10 a.m. Adult 93844 93868 93871 93873 93875 93877

$24

$24 $24 $24 $12 $24

Senior 93845

$20

$20 $20 $20 $10 $20

*The sessions beginning the weeks of June 11, July 9 , and Aug 6 will run from 8:45 - 9:45 am at Northwest Pool ONLY* Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Tue & Thu -- 10 - 11 a.m. Adult Senior Dates

April 16 - May 11

April 17 - May 10

May 14 - June 8 June 11 - July 6 July 9 - Aug 3 Aug 6 - Aug 31

93892 93898 93899 93900 93901

$36

$33 $33 $36 $36

93893

$ 30

$27.50 $27.50 $30.00 $30.00

May 15 - June 7 June 12 - July 5 July 10 - Aug 2 Aug 7 - Aug 30

93894 93903 93904 93905 93906

$24 $24 $24 $24

$24

93895

$20

$20 $20 $20 $20

Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Tues & Thur -- 6:15 - 7:15 p.m. Adult Senior Dates April 17 - May 10 May 15 - June 7 June 12 - July 5 July 10- Aug 2 Aug 7 - Aug 30

93896 93907 93908 93909 93910

$24

93897

$24 $24 $24 $24

Parks, Recreation and Community Services

$ 20

$20 $20 $20 $20

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WATERFITNESS

Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Mon, Wed & Fri -- 12 - 1 p.m. Adult Senior Dates

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Water Babies

This parent-assisted program helps small children (6 months to 3 years old) become accustomed to the water while in the familiar hands of mom or dad. Idlewild Pool 12 - 12:30 pm -- Mon / Wed Dates Course Fee June 18 - 27 93911 $28 July 9 - 18 93912 $28 July 30 - Aug 8 93913 $28 12 - 12:30 pm -- Tue / Thur Dates Course Fee June 19 - 28 93914 $28 July 10 - 19 93915 $28 July 31 - Aug 9 93916 $28

Northwest Pool 6:15 - 6:45 pm -- Tue/Thur Dates Course Fee Apr 17 - May 3 87869 $42 June 19 - 28 93941 $28 July 10 - 19 93942 $28 93943 $28 July 31 - Aug 9

AQUATICS

Tiny Tots

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EMNCC 9:45 - 10:15 am -- Sat Dates Course Fee Apr 21 - May 12 87814 $28 June 2 - 23 93993 $28 July 7 - 28 93994 $28 Aug 4 - 25 93995 $28 11:15 - 11:45 am -- Tue / Thur Dates Course Fee Apr 17 - May 3 93992 $42 June 12 - 28 94016 $42 July 10 - 26 94017 $42 94018 $42 Aug 7 - Aug 23

Certified American Red Cross instruction begins with basic physical and mental adjustment to the water. Participants are taught basic safety and swim readiness skills using play as the primary form of teaching. This class does not teach children to be accomplished swimmers, but helps to develop a comfort level in the water and establish the basic building blocks for the future instruction. Participants are 3 - 5 years old. Five students per instructor. Idlewild Pool 9:40 - 10:10 am -- Mon - Thur Dates Course Fee June 18 - 28 93917 $56 July 9 - 19 93918 $56 July 30 - Aug 9 93919 $56 10:20 - 10:50 am -- Mon - Thur Dates Course Fee June 18 - 28 93920 $56 July 9 - 19 93921 $56 93922 $56 July 30 - Aug 9 11 - 11:30 am -- Mon - Thur Dates Course Fee June 18 - 28 93923 $56 July 9 - 19 93924 $56 93925 $56 July 30 - Aug 9 5:30 - 6 pm -- Mon - Thur Dates Course Fee June 18 - 28 93926 $56 July 9 - 19 93927 $56 93928 $56 July 30 - Aug 9

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Northwest Pool 6:30-7pm -- Mon - Wed Apr 16 - May 2 87874 $42 1:15 - 1:45 pm -- Tue/Thur Apr 17 - May 3 87879 $42 5:30-6pm -- Tue - Thur Apr 17 - May 3 87884 $42 10 - 10:30 am -- Mon - Thur Dates Course June 18 - 28 93944 $56 July 9 - 19 93945 $56 93946 $56 July 30 - Aug 9 10:40 - 11:10 am -- Mon - Thur Dates Course Fee June 18 - 28 93947 $56 July 9 - 19 93948 $56 93949 $56 July 30 - Aug 9 11:20 - 11:50 am -- Mon - Thur Dates Course Fee June 18 - 28 93950 $56 July 9 - 19 93951 $56 93952 $56 July 30 - Aug 9 5:30 - 6 pm -- Mon - Thur Dates Course Fee June 18 - 28 93953 $56 July 9 - 19 93954 $56 93955 $56 July 30 - Aug 9

EMNCC 6:15 - 6:45 pm -- Mon / Wed Apr 16 - May 2 87823 $42 10:15 - 10:45 am -- Saturday Dates Course Fee Apr 21 - May 12 87818 $28 June 2 - 23 93998 $28 July 7 - 28 93999 $28 Aug 4 - 25 94000 $28 10 - 10:30 am -- Mon / Wed Dates Course Fee June 11 - 27 94001 $42 July 9 - 25 94002 $42 94003 $42 Aug 6 - Aug 22 4:30 - 5 pm -- Tue / Thurs Dates Course Fee June 12 - 28 94004 $42 July 10 - 26 94005 $42 94006 $42 Aug 7 - Aug 23

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aquatics

Learn to Swim

Students will be introduced to the fundamentals and techniques of the front and back crawl, unsupported movement, under water exploration, compact diving and stroke development. Advanced students will refine the strokes and skills presented in previous lessons. This course is broken out into six levels of progressive instruction, and is geared for students 6 years and up, with a 10 student per instructor ratio. Northwest Pool 7:15-8pm -- Mon - Wed Apr 16 - May 2 87889 $42 1:15 - 2 pm -- Tue/Thur Apr 17 - May 3 87894 $42 6:15-7pm -- Tue - Thur Apr 17 - May 3 87899 $42 10 - 10:45 am -- Mon - Fri Dates Course Fee June 18 - 29 93956 $70 July 9 - 20 93957 $70 July 30 - Aug 10 93958 $70 11 - 11:45 am -- Mon - Fri Dates Course Fee June 18 - 29 93959 $70 July 9 - 20 93960 $70 July 30 - Aug 10 93961 $70 6:15 - 7 pm -- Mon - Fri Dates Course Fee June 18 - 29 93962 $70 July 9 - 20 93963 $70 July 30 - Aug 10 93964 $70

EMNCC 10:15 - 11 am -- Saturday Dates Course Fee Apr 21 - May 12 87827 $28 June 2 - 23 94007 $28 July 7 - 28 94008 $28 Aug 4 - 25 94009 $28 10:45 - 11:30 am -- Mon / Wed Dates Course Fee June 11 - 27 94010 $42 July 9 - 25 94011 $42 Aug 6 - Aug 22 94012 $42 5:15 - 6 pm -- Tue / Thurs Dates Course Fee June 12 - 28 94013 $42 July 10 - 26 94014 $42 Aug 7 - Aug 23 94015 $42 6:15 - 7 pm -- Mon / Wed Dates Course Fee April 16 - May 2 87832 $42

Pre-Competitive Programs

AQUATICS

Idlewild Pool 9:40 - 10:25 am -- Mon - Fri Dates Course Fee June 18 - 29 93929 $70 July 9 - 20 93930 $70 July 30 - Aug 10 93931 $70 10:35 - 11:20 am -- Mon - Fri Dates Course Fee June 18 - 29 93932 $70 July 9 - 20 93933 $70 July 30 - Aug 10 93934 $70 6:10 - 6:55 pm -- Mon - Thur Dates Course Fee June 18 - 28 93935 $56 July 9 - 19 93936 $56 July 30 - Aug 9 93937 $56

Pre-Competitive programs: These programs are designed for the advanced swimmer who is not in adult lessons or on an organized swim team. Participants will have the opportunity to improve stroke development as well as enhance competitive swim team skills. The pre-requisite for this course is : Completion of Level V of the American Red Cross Learn To Swim course (or equivalent). Participants must be 8 years of age or older. Idlewild Pool River Otters 10:35 - 11:20 am -- Mon - Fri Dates Course Fee June 18 - 29 93938 $70 July 9 - 20 93939 $70 93940 $70 July 30 - Aug 10

Northwest Pool Natadors 11 - 11:45 am -- Mon - Fri Dates Course Fee June 18 - 29 93965 $70 July 9 - 20 93966 $70 July 30 - Aug 10 93967 $70

Adult Stroke Clinic

This program is designed to help those 15 years and older refine their skills. Instructors work with participants to identify goals for success and design the aims of the course to goal completion. Participants must be 15 years of age or older. There must be at least three participants to run this course. Northwest Pool 6:15 - 7 pm -- Mon - Fri Dates Course Fee Apr 17 - May 3 87904 $42 June 18 - 29 93968 $70 July 9 - 20 93969 $70 93970 $70 July 30 - Aug 10

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aquatics Northwest Pool

2925 Apollo Way • 334-2203 Indoor 25 yard pool featuring 8 lanes and a teaching pool Program

Dates

Times

Days

through Jun 7 / Sep 4 - Sep 30

7:30 - 9 pm

Tue / Thur

Public Swim Jun 8- Aug 19

through Jun 7 Sep 3 - Sep 30 Lap Swim

AQUATICS

Water Babies

Sun Mon - Fri

7:30 - 9 pm

Tue / Thur

1 - 4 pm

Sun

7 - 9 am 11:30 - 1:30 pm 6:15 - 7:15 pm

Mon - Fri

12 - 1 pm

Sun

$5 Adult $3 Youth $2 Child / Senior

6 - 8:45 am Jun 8- Aug 19

Water Fitness

1 - 4 pm 1 - 3:45 pm

Fee

through Jun 15 Sep 3 - Sep 28 June 18 - Aug 17 See Schedule on page 14

11:55 - 12:55 pm

Mon - Fri

6 - 7 pm 12 - 1 pm

Sun

Passes available

9 - 10 am

Mon - Fri

8:45 - 9:45 am

Mon - Fri

$6-Adults,$5-Seniors class schedule page 12

6:15 - 6:45 pm

Tue / Thur

$28 per session

Mon - Thur

$56 per session

Mon - Fri

$70 per session

10 - 10:30 am Tiny Tots

See Schedule on page 14

10:40 - 11:10 am 11:20 - 11:50 am 5:30 - 6 pm 10 - 10:45 am

Learn to Swim

See Schedule on page 15

11 - 11:45 am

Northwest Natadors

See Schedule on page 15

11 - 11:45am

Mon - Fri

$70 per session

Adult Stroke Clinic

See Schedule on page 15

6:15 - 7 pm

Mon - Fri

$70 per session

Kayak Roll Sessions

on-going

7 - 8:30 pm

Mon

$5 Adults $3 Seniors/Youth

6:15 - 7 pm

Private/Semi-Private Lessons

Call 334-2203 for more information

Private Pool Rental

Call 334-2203 for more information

$30 for 1 Child $55 for 2-5 Children $70 per hour

This schedule runs April 1 - September 30, 2012 Northwest Pool will be closed for Maintenance August 20 - September 2

Traner Pool 1600 Carville Drive • 334-2269 Outdoor 25 yard pool featuring a double flume slide and water play features Program

Dates

Times

Days

Public Swim

on-going

1-4pm

Daily

Private Pool Rental

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Call 334-2262 for more information This schedule runs June 8- July 29, 2012

Fee $4 - Adults $2.50 - Youth $2 - Child/Seniors $60 per hour

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Idlewild Pool 1805 Idlewild Dr. • 334-2267 Outdoor 50 meter 8 laned pool with two 1-meter boards and a tot pool Program

Dates

Public Swim

Jun 8 - Sep 2

June 8 - Sep 8

Lap Swim

Water Babies (6 mo. - 2 yrs)

See Schedule on page 14

Times

Days

1 - 3:45 pm

Mon - Fri

1 - 5 pm

Sat / Sun

11:35 - 12:50 pm 6 - 7 pm

Mon - Fri

11:55 - 12:55 pm

Sat / Sun

12 - 12:30 pm

Mon / Wed

12 - 12:30 pm

Tue / Thur

Fee

$5 Adult $3 Youth $2 Child / Senior

Passes available $28 per session

9:40 - 10:10 am Tiny Tots (3 - 5 yrs)

See Schedule on page 14

10:20 - 10:50 am 11 - 11:30 am

Mon - Thur

$56 per session

Mon - Fri

$70 per session

5:30 - 6 pm 9:40 - 10:25 am See Schedule on page 15

10:35 - 11:20 am 6:10 - 6:55 pm

Mon - Thurs

$56 per session

Idlewild River Otters

See Schedule on page 15

10:35 - 11:20 am

Mon - Fri

$70 per session

Private/Semi-Private Lessons

Call 334-2267 for more information

Private Pool Rental

Call 334-2267 for more information Sep 09

Dog Daze

$30 for 1 Child $55 for 2-5 Children $140 per hour

11am - 3pm

Sun

Free

This schedule runs June 8 - September 9 2012 Idlewild Pool will be closed June 15,16,17 & September 7,8

AQUATICS

Learn to Swim (6 -17 yrs)

Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Pool 1301 Valley Road • 334-2262 Indoor 25 yard pool featuring 4 lanes - closed Sundays Program Public Swim Lap Swim

Dates on-going on-going

Water Babies (6 mo. - 2 yrs.)

see schedule on page 14

Tiny Tots (3 - 5 yrs.)

see schedule on page 14

Learn to Swim (6 - 17 years)

see schedule on page 14

Water Fitness

see schedule on page 15

Private/Semi-Private Lessons Private Pool Rental

Times 12:00 - 2:30 pm 7 - 10 am 1 - 2 pm 11:00 - 12:00 pm 9:45 - 10:15 am 11:15 - 11:45 am 10:15 - 10:45 am 10 - 10:30 am 4:30 - 5 pm 10:15 - 11:00 am 10:45 - 11:30 am 5:15 - 6 pm 12 - 1 pm 10 - 11 am

Days Saturday

Saturday Sat Tue / Thur Sat Mon / Wed Tue / Thur Sat Mon / Wed Tue / Thur Mon Wed Fri Tue / Thur

6:15 - 7:15 pm

Tue / Thur

Mon-Fri

Call 334-2203 for more information Call 334-2262 for more information

Fee $5 - Adults $3 - Youth $2 - Seniors $28 per session $28 per session

$28 per session $6 - Adults $5 - Seniors class schedule page 12 $30 for 1 Child $55 for 2-5 Children $70 per hour

This schedule runs April 1 - September 30, 2012

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sports

SPORTS

suMMER VOllEyBAll Registration league Begins team Fee Reg # Volleyball – summer sunday spiking league Sundays @ Plumas Gym 4/30 - 6/11 6/24 $160 94148 Volleyball – summer Non-spiking league Wednesdays @ Plumas Gym 3/26 - 4/30 5/9 $160 94142 Volleyball – summer Weekday spiking league Thursdays @ Plumas Gym

3/26 - 4/30 5/10 $160 94144 Volleyball – sand Non-spiking league Mondays - Thursdays 4/16 - 5/28 6/11 $160 94146 ultIMAtE FRIsBEE Registration league Begins team Fee Reg # Tuesdays @ Idlewild Park 3/19 - 5/11

Starts May 22

$115

88752

6/11 - 7/30

Starts Aug. 14

$115

90490

Since 1991, Rosewood Lakes Golf Course has provided golfers from all over the world extraordinary golf surrounded by the natural beauty of the Nevada desert. Rosewood Lakes Golf Course is renowned for its generous greens, berm-lined fairways and panoramic views. Superbly conditioned fairways and greens coexist with native wildlife, making for a pleasurable golf experience. Four sets of tees ranging from 5,073 to 6,693 yards make the course challenging for all levels, even the most serious enthusiast. For tee times call 857-2892 or visit WWW.ROsEWOOdlAkEs.cOM.

kIckBAll Registration

league Begins

team Fee Reg #

Mondays @ Reno Sports Complex 5/29 - 7/2

Starts July 16

$360

92861

BAskEtBAll Registration

league Begins

team Fee Reg #

Basketball - Men’s summer league Mondays & Tuesdays @ Plumas Gym & EMNECC 2/27 - 4/23 5/7 $510 88758 sOFtBAll Registration

league Begins

team Fee Reg #

co-ed softball summer league Weeknights @ Reno Sports Complex & Idlewild Park 4/30 - 6/25 Starts July 16 $535 90538 Men’s softball summer league Weeknights @ Reno Sports Complex & Idlewild Park 4/30 - 6/25 Starts July 16 $535 90538 To register for one of these leagues, download a sport-specific registration form from our website and submit it according to the instructions therein. to receive a registration form without the use of the Internet, call the Athletics Office at 334-2262.

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RENO TENNIS CENTER 2601 PLUMAS - (775) 689.2975 ANDRES DURANDEGUI, DIRECTOR OF TENNIS

The Reno Tennis Center is centrally located at 2601 Plumas Street. Sixteen hard courts await players of all abilities. League, lessons, camps and open play are available. Open year-round, four courts are also lighted for play in the darker days of the year. Contact Andres Durandegui, Director of Tennis, at 689-2975 for more information. Four courts were fully reconstructed in early 2008, and more courts will be rebuilt in the future years as part of the Reno City Council’s investment in recreation facilities. Thirty other courts can be found throughout the community at parks like Barbara Bennett, Whitaker, Mira Loma and Crystal Lake.

ADULT TENNIS CAMPS Days: Monday & Wednesday Time: 6 - 7 pm (Beg) 7 - 8 pm (Intermediate) Dates: April 2 - April 18 April 23 - May 9 May 14 - May 30 June 4 - June 20 June 25 - July 11 July 16 - August 1 August 6 - August 22 August 27 - September 12 September 17 - October 3 Fee: $60 per course

HIGH SCHOOL & JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS Ages: 7 - 18 Days: Mon/Wed/Fri Time: 4 - 5:30 pm Dates: Ongoing Fee: $120 per month $15 Drop in JUNIOR SUMMER CAMP Ages: 7 - 17 Days: Monday - Thursday Time: 9:30 am - 12:30 pm Dates: June 11 - 14 June 18 - 21 June 25 - 28 July 2 - 5 July 9 - 12 July 16 - 19 July 23 -26 July 30 - August 2 August 6 - 9 August 13 - 16 August 20 - 23 Fee: $100 per course

LITTLE TENNIS USTA 10 AND UNDER FORMAT Ages: 3-6 Days: Mon & Wed Time: 8:45 - 9:30 am Dates: June 11 - 27 July 2 - 18 July 23 - August 8 August 13 - 29 Fee: $50 per course DRILL CLASS Days: Tue/Wed/Thur/Fri Time: 6 - 7:30 pm Dates: Ongoing Fee: $20 per class AEROBIC TENNIS Days: Time: Dates: Fee:

TENNIS

SPRING BREAK CAMP Ages: 6 - 15 Days: Mon - Thur Time: 9:30 am - 12:30 pm Dates: April 9 - 12 Fee: $100

Tues/Thurs 9 - 10:30 am Ongoing $20 per class

ALL REGISTRATIONS ARE TAKEN AT THE RENO TENNIS CENTER ONLY. COURT RESERVATION POLICY - CALL IN ADVANCE TO RESERVE A COURT. FEE: $1 PER PERSON. PRIVATE AND GROUP LESSONS ARE AVAILABLE YEAR-ROUND. RACQUET STRINGING AVAILABLE.

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senior activities EVELYN MOUNT NORTHEAST COMMUNITY CENTER (775) 334–2262

NEIL ROAD RECREATION CENTER (775) 689-8484

DROP-IN ACTIVITIES - $0.50 Fee

DROP-IN ACTIVITIES - $0.50 Fee

Cribbage

Thursdays

1:00 p.m.

Cribbage

Mondays

1:00 p.m.

Pan Cards

Fridays

1:00 p.m.

Pickleball

Mondays/Fridays

1:30 p.m.

2:00/6:00 p.m.

Pickleball

Tuedays/Thursdays

9:00 a.m.

Pickleball

Tuesdays

10:00 a.m.

ThisNThat Exchange

Tuesdays

1:00 p.m.

Beginning Bridge

Tuesdays

1:00 p.m.

Pinochle

Wednesdays

1:00 p.m.

Pickleball

Wednesdays

12:00 p.m.

Ballroom Dance Tuesdays/Fridays

SENIORACTIVITIES

PAID ACTIVITIES

Water Fitness

Mondays-Fridays

Belly Dancing

Mondays

2:00 p.m.

Senior Fitness

Mon/Wed

10 & 11 a.m.

Basic PC (Computers)

Mondays

9:00 a.m.

MS Word I

Mondays

11:30 a.m.

Bunco

1st Thursday

1:00 p.m.

Crochet Circle

Mondays

10:00 a.m.

Dominoes

2nd Thursday

1:00 p.m.

Senior Yoga

Mon, Wed, Fri

12:00 p.m.

Rummikub

3rd Thursday

1:00 p.m.

Super Seniors

Tues, Thurs, Fri

8:30 a.m.

Badminton

Fridays

6:00 p.m.

Open Lab (Computers)

Wednesdays

11:30 a.m.

Bingo

Fridays

1:00 p.m.

Senior Tap

Wednesday

9:00 a.m.

Chair Yoga

Wednesdays

1:30 p.m.

Reno Travelers

3rd Thursday

Varies

Qi Gong

Various

Fridays

1:30 p.m.

PARADISE PARK ACTIVITY CENTER (775) 356-3176 DROP-IN ACTIVITIES—$0.50 Fee

Senior Yoga

Mon, Wed, Fri

10:00 a.m.

Zumba

Mondays

6:00 p.m.

Colin Ross Music Program

Tuesdays

2:00 p.m.

Brunch & Movie

1st Thursday

8:30 a.m.

Reno Travelers

3rd Thursday

Varies

Pinochle

Mon/Wed

9:30 a.m.

Senior Fitness

Tuesdays/ Thursdays

10:00 & 11:00 a.m.

Bridge Club

Tuesdays

9:00 a.m.

Digital Photography

Thursdays

11:30 a.m.

Wednesdays

10:00 a.m.

Senior Dance

2nd & 4th Sunday

2:00 p.m.

Thursdays

1:00 p.m.

Zumba Gold

Fridays

11:30 a.m.

Intermediate Bridge Bunco

SOCIAL SERVICES

WASHOE COUNTY SENIOR SERVICES 1155 E Ninth Street 328-2575

Senior Lunches

SOCIAL SERVICES

Stretch & Tone

Mon, Wed, Fri

Lunch Program

Monday-Friday 11:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

Senior Club Dance

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Fridays

Monday-Friday

12:00 p.m.

Bread Drop

Tuesdays

12:30 p.m.

AARP Driving

Saturdays

Varies

9:00-10:00 a.m.

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Senior Travelers Travel to a different regional destination each month. Departs from various sites (see key below). Age: 55+. Call 334-2262 for information or view monthly newsletter. Apr. 19 May 17 June 21 July 19

Tahoe Scenic Loop/Maritime Museum Pyramid Lake Woodwind II Sailing Cruise, Lake Tahoe

Heavenly Gondola Ride & South Shore Shops

Apr. 1 $30

Apr. 22 May 4,11,18 May 19 May 20 June 10 June 17 June 19 July 15

UNR Theater “Anything Goes” the Musical

AVA Ballet “Alice in Wonderland” Nevada Museum of Art Free Guided tours “Motown Magic: An Evening of Motown Hits” “Pajama Game” the Musical Reno Little Theater “Sherlock Holmes” Reno Aces Game

Reno Little Theater “Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure” Bruka Theater “Orpheus Descending”

$15

May 4

$30 $45

May 12 May 18 June 19

$38

July 11, 18, 25

Artown Concerts at Wingfield Park

$15

July 13

Reno Aces Game

$29

July 23

Reno Pops Concert

$15

Aug. 10

Reno Aces Game

$29

Aug. 12

Hot August Nights Controlled Cruise

$10

$23 $30 $0 $40 $30 $15 $19 $15

Reno Aces Game Reno Rodeo

$25 $15 $29 $20

Brunch and a Movie Club Join friends for brunch at a local buffet followed by a good movie at the downtown theater. Meets the first Thursday of every month, departing from Neil Road Recreation Center at 8:30 a.m., Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center at 9 a.m., EMNECC at 9:15 a.m., and Orvis Ring at 9:30 a.m. Returns 2 - 2:30 p.m. Fee: $20 May 3 Sept. 6 June 7 Oct. 4 July 5 Nov. 1 Aug. 2 Dec. 6

$20

July 31 Aug. 7

Reno Aces Game Bowling and Lunch

$19 $15

Aug. 22

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival

$35

Aug. 26

Reno Aces Game

$19

Parks, Recreation and Community Services

$44

$40

Around-Town Travelers See local theater productions, sporting event, or movie with other seniors. No meals provided. Transportation and ticket admission included in fee. Departs from various sites (see key below). Age: 55+. Call 334-2262 for information or view monthly newsletter. Apr. 15

Apr. 14

Eldorado’s “Benise-Nights of Fire” Reno Chamber Orchestra College Concerto NV Opera “Madame Butterfly” Reno Pops Concert

SENIORTRAVEL

Aug 16

“King Tut” Exhibit Planetarium

Dinner and a Show Join us on these local outings. Price includes both dinner and show tickets. Space is limited, so register early. Call 334-2262 for information or view monthly newsletter.

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SENIORSERVICES

Publication for Seniors 55+

Senior Connection Newsletter Stay current on the activities we offer. A typical issue includes descriptions of upcoming classes and events, activity calendars and much more. Check out the facility calendars to locate drop-in card games and other adventures. Pick up a copy each month at Teglia’s Paradise Park, the Neil Road Recreation Center, the Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center, public libraries or download a copy from our website www.reno.gov/parksandrec. Call 689-8484 to have a copy mailed or emailed to you. Senior Lunch Program Seniors can enjoy a hot meal or a fresh salad for lunch at the Neil Road Recreation Center. Salads must be ordered a day in advance but hot meals can be ordered that morning before 9:15 a.m. Lunches are served Monday through Friday at 12:15 p.m. Even if you are not a senior, you can join us for lunch for $4 per person. Additional eligibility information applies. For more information, call 689-8484 or visit WWW. RENO.gOV. Neil Road Recreation center Hosts regular visits from local Social Service providers to help you get needed services. Call 689-8484 to find out what service providers are at the center and when you might schedule an appointment to see someone! Ceramics class is designed to accommodate the many skill levels from novice to a more advanced student. Projects are completed as a group focusing on the techniques needed to complete a ceramic piece from start to finish. For more advanced students, additional projects can be worked on during class time. Students are encouraged to bring outside projects to class. Mediums used include acrylic paints, glazes, and translucent. For ages 55+. Fee: $45. 9:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m.. three Wednesdays a month (Varies each month with holidays, call 334.2417 for schedule). Basement Art studio - Mckinley Arts & culture center, 925 Riverside drive.

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Senior Computer Classes Learn computer skills and bring the world to your fingertips. Communicate with friends, family and the world! Classes run for three weeks each. There are some exceptions due to holidays. $20 per month. Preregistration required. Basic PC Mon 9 - 11 a.m. EMNECC 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 Microsoft Word I Mon EMNECC p.m. 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 Open Lab Wed EMNECC p.m. Internet/E-mail Wed 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. EMNECC Digital 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 Thur NRRC Photography II p.m. Crochet Circle Join this stress free group to learn a variety of stitches and create afghans, lap blankets and much more. Projects require time spent as ‘home work’ for completion. All skill levels welcome. Supply list: one 8 oz. skein of worsted weight yarn and an ‘H’ aluminum crochet hook. Age: 55+. Mondays from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. at EMNECC. Fee $20 a month. Cro-Nits Don’t have time to crochet but have yarn? Donate your yarn to our volunteer crochet group, which meets 10:00 a.m. on the 3rd and 4th Thursday of each month. Last year this group donated more than 150 afghans, hats and scarves to less fortunate kids and their families.

Every month seniors gather to tango, waltz and swing, getting exercise, building friendships and having fun. The music varies from live to DJ, and occasionally is accompanied by a holiday celebration. Light refreshments are provided. Fee: $5

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youth programs R.E.C.

The City of Reno Youth City Council (YCC) consists of 11 members, ages 14 - 20, who are from Reno, Sparks and unincorporated areas of Washoe County. It serves in an advisory capacity to the Reno City Council on youth issues, relationships, and healthy alternatives. The YCC is one of the few Reno boards and commissions that allows non-Reno residents to be appointed. The YCC meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in City Council Chambers, 1 East First Street. All meetings are open to the public.

Teen Adventure Every Sunday in July we are building skills for hiking and camping. Learn what equipment to buy for the best results in protection and comfort. Getting out on the trails and put some miles under your feet. Equipment needed: Hiking /trail shoes, proper clothing for various conditions, backpack, and an adventurous attitude! Meet at the Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center.

sibayan youth Recreation center & Project solution Sibayan Recreation Center offers various resources to the youth, teens and families of the Urban Areas in Reno. Sibayan hosts a fully furnished library with fiction, non-fiction, tutorials and resources for people of all ages. We also have computers and free wi-fi at our location, so you can work on homework, job applications, or search the web! We offer various dance programs, a weights room, a game room, art Sunday, July 1st, Intro to hiking, proper equipment, classes, nutrition and smart shopper classes. And starting a camp fire, emergency shelter, easy beginner every day we host a Kids Cafe program, where children hike. 10am to 4pm, Lunch provided. $15 per person. under 18 can get a free meal! Drop by and see what Sunday, July 8th, Intermediate hike, Camp fire for heating Sibayan Recreation Center has to offer to you! Call us water, compass intro, map reading and compass course, for more details 775-326-6666. 10am to 4pm* (*end time once hike is complete), $15 New Specialty Sport camp!! per person Blueprint Sports Academy is offering three weeks of Basketball camp for those youth age 10-14 who Sunday, July 15th, advanced hike, Summit Mount Rose, would like the next level in Basketball training. John weather depending, lunch included, 8am to 3pm (maybe Franklin, former University of Reno Basketball team later depending on speed of the slowest hiker), $20 per player, will be on hand from 1 to 5pm to lead drills person and games to help hone players talents. This is also a full day camp opening at 7am and closing at 6pm. Sunday, July 22nd, River raft Boca Run, this is a half day Space is limited to 50 kids!! So, book early to secure river trip. We provide transportation, lunch and snacks, your spot‌ 90.00 per person. Depart at 7:30am sharp. First week: June 25th Saturday + Sunday, July 28th and 29th, Leave for Second week: July 16th camp site at 1pm Saturday, dinner after camp set up, Third week: August 13th. Breakfast and Lunch provided the next day, hike TBD, Location: Evelyn Mount North East Community Center. $45.00 per person. Parks, Recreation and Community Services

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YOUTHPROGRAMS ARTS&CULTURE

The R.E.C. provides great opportunities for young adults ages 12-20 to explore recreational and educational interests and develop life skills. Evening activities includes sports instruction and games in the gym, dance lessons, online tutoring using www.smarthinking.com and more. Fee: $25 for 6 month membership, $12.50 for three months. sibayan youth & Recreation center 1090 Bresson Ave., Phone: 326-6666, Mon-Fri, 2-7 p.m.

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summer camp With eight camps for students ages 6 - 15 years, kids can have the best summer ever! All camps operate Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Locations, ages and fees vary.

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Summer Discovery+

Summer of Fun+

Summer of Fun+

Performing Arts Camp+

Wilderness Camp+

Too Cool for Camp+

Vacation Station

Sierra Vista

North Valley H.S.

Neil Road 6/7 - 6/8

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Southside Cultural Center

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Ages: 6-14 Fee: $100 per week at Plumas Gym and NRRC. A fun filled day camp including bowling, skating, swimming and so much more. We also offer arts and crafts, sports and outdoor fun! Free breakfast and lunch. Ages: 6-14 Fee: $60 per week at Sierra Vista E.S. / North Valley H.S. There’s so much to do - sports, games, great friends - don’t miss out! Breakfast and lunch provided through Kid’s Cafe and Summer Food Service Program. Free breakfast and lunch. Spring Break April 9-13 These quality camps feature a wide variety of activities including sports, field trips, and arts and crafts. Age: 6-14. 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Scholarships are available. For more information call 334-2262. Programs at EMNECC, NRRC, and Plumas Gym.

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Ages: 8-14 Fee: $130 per week at EMNECC. A great outdoor experience. Learn survival skills and have fun. Field trips include hiking swimming and more. Enjoy an overnight camp out on Wednesday night, complete with s’mores and outdoor activities. Wilderness safety and learning how to setup a tent are always highlights of this outdoor adventure! Ages: 8-14 Fee: $130 per week at Southside Cultural Center. This camp provides an opportunity for kids to sing, dance and perform in a production. There is a part for everyone, lights, music and even directing! Ages: 13-15 (also during Spring Break) Fee: $100 per week at EMNECC. Learn to lead camp programs, plan activities and games, and coordinate schedules. Experience personal growth and leadership development. A great way to discover if a future career in recreation is for you! printed on 30% recycled paper


SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 334-2260.

WCSD 2012 - 2013 Multi and Single Track green, Traditional Schedule Breaks Multi-track Green

April 9 -13

June 27 - Aug 6

single track Green traditional schedule breaks

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June 18 - July 20 June 7 - August 24

Serving kids in grades K-6 in elementary schools throughout Washoe County, Sierra Kids is a quality recreation program for children who need a safe, supervised environment before or after school. Snack is provided in the afternoons and homework assistance is available. Activities based on the Character Counts! curriculum are planned for participants. Specialty instructors teach art, dance and sports to after school participants. Youth sports are planned for after school participants too. Registration/payment is required by the Thursday PRIOR to the week of attendance. To register call 334-2262 or visit WWW.RENO.GOV and register online.

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ALICE SMITH CAUGHLIN RANCH DESERT HEIGHTS (A.M. ONLY) DODSON DOUBLE DIAMOND ELMCREST ESTHER BENNETT HUNTER LAKE JESSIE BECK LEMMON VALLEY MAMIE TOWLES MOUNT ROSE PEAVINE ROY GOMM SARAH WINNEMUCCA SIERRA VISTA SILVER LAKE SMITHRIDGE (A.M. ONLY) STEAD (A.M. ONLY) VIRGINIA PALMER WESTERGARD

Vacation Station provides organized recreational opportunities to school age children in traditional and green track schools. The program features group games, crafts, sports and free time to play with friends or read, all while under the supervision of trained City of Reno staff. Vacation Station is available for green track breaks, winter, spring, and summer breaks. Vacation Station is a Character Counts! certified Gold Medal Children’s Activity Center. Ages 6-14. Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center. Mondays – Fridays 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Fee: $100 per week, or $30 per day. Scholarships are available. To register call 334-2262 or visit WWW.RENO.GOV and register online.

*Approximate Times. Morning Program: 7 a.m. - school starts Afternoon Program: School ends - 6 p.m. *Times may vary according to bell

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CHARACTER COUNTS! is a service mark of Josephson Institute. Visit www.charactercounts.org.

The President’s Challenge is a program that encourages all Americans to make being active part of their everyday lives. Visit www.presidentschallenge. org. 775.334.2262

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FOR A FUN PUBLIC ART DRIVE AROUND RENO – FIND THESE TREASURES! (PHOTOS ARE ARRANGED LEFT TO RIGHT, TOP ROW THEN BOTTOM)

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Signal Box Example

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Mountaintop

Brad Rude

Bronze w/enamel paint 66” x 60” x 24”

McKinley Arts and Culture Center

925 Riverside Drive

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You should have been here

Cork Marcheschi

Historic Photos, Aluminum Glass

City Plaza

South East corner of Virginia

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Arts District Banners

David Boyer

Steel, Copper, Brass

Downtown

Various Light Poles Downtown

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Seminary Park Kiosk and seating

Chris Atchison

Stone and Metal

Sierra Street (Near UNR)

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Alfresco

Jorge Blanco

Aluminum and powder coated steel

University Ridge Park

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Community, Diversity, and Independence

Benjamin Victor

Bronze sculptures, Wells Avenue sandstone benches, bike Streetscape racks, and banners

Wells Avenue between Regency Way & Roberts Street

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Rainbow Trout

Eileen Gay

Shimmering sculpture

1805 Idlewild Drive

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Apr. 14 - May 19

87980 @10am

May 26 - June 30

92892 @9am

July 14 - Aug. 25

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Sept. 1 - Oct. 20 Oct. 27 - Dec. 8 Dec. 15 - Jan. 26

PARKPROGRAMS

Build a closer bond with your dog. Learn to teach your to grow your own It's time toEver startwanted dreaming of spring andvegetables, that meansherbs, GARDENING! dog to heel, sit, stand, stay, and more. Dog’s shot record flowers and fruit but didn’t have the space? This to the garde I wanted For to let you all know there will be some changes coming soon must be brought to the first class. Saturdays. more garden has 44 individual ground plots, 6 raised information, please call Guy Yeaman atRegistration 775.265.4530will begin March 1, 2012 and you will need to come to an orie bedsis(4also of which are price wheel increase chair accessible There a small to helpand ourare costs. or visit www.dogmanguy.com. reserved for individuals with mobility impairments), You will -not be able up for a specific plot number when you register. Your regi comstock Park 10 - 11 a.m./9 10 a.m. or to sign and three large community garden spaces available. guarantee that 1 or plots will to you. Mckinley Arts & culture center 1 - 2 p.m. Participants must be216+ years of be ageassigned to be eligible to

You must comeparticipate to orientation, you Register can get for thean plots number(s) you w in the then program. available Orientation dates are: garden plot and for orientation beginning March 1, 87981 @1pm April 10 – Tuesday – 12pm #92792 2012. $10 per plot ground plot - $15 for two plots - (maximum 2 per family) Schools, April 26 – Thursday – 12pmnon-profits - #92793 and 92893 @1pm charityMay groups may apply to plant and maintain one 12 – Saturday – 10am - #92794 Mckinley

of the large plots by submitting an application, and agreeing to the garden WE NEED VOLUNTEERS TOrules. HELP CLEAN UP THE GARDEN 92898 @9am 92899 @1pm Please email me at davene@chater.net if you have any suggestions on how to make th Orientation dates are: 92900 @10am 92901 @1pm or if you can put some time into do a clean up. April 10 – tuesday – 12pm - #92792 We are in major transition with my retirement the recreation staff chan April 26 – thursday – 12pmand - #92793 92902 @10am 92903 @1pm I am volunteering to get it going but we need more participation. May 12 – saturday – 10am - #92794 92895 @1pm

We are looking for folks to take a leadership role to help sustain the progr All the best, Davene IDLEWILD PARK TRAIN RIDE

 - 6 p.m. from April 7 - September 29 and Tuesdays through Fridays 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. The train runs weekends 10 a.m. from Memorial Day - August 31. On Labor Day, the train runs 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. as well. Cost: $2. Free for ages 2 and under. 

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Picnic Shelter

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Downtown Barbara Bennett Park Bicentennial Park City Plaza Fulton Corner Powning Veterans Memorial Park Truckee River Whitewater Park at Wingfield West Street Plaza Wingfield Park North Valleys Dorothy McAlinden Park Mayors Park & Fields Panther Valley Park Raleigh Heights Park Silver Lake Park Northeast Dick Taylor Memorial Park Eighth Street Parkway Evans Park Melody Lane Park Pat Baker Park Rotary Centennial Park Sage Street Park Sterling Village Tot Lot Teglia’s Paradise Park (Two Rentable Shelters) Traner Pool University Ridge Park Northwest Canyon Creek Park Hilltop Park Irving Circle Park Lake Park Las Brisas Park

6 a.m. - 7 p.m. 5 a.m. - 10 p.m.

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Oct. 1 - Mar. 31 Apr. 1 - sept. 30

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Adopt-A-Park This program offers the opportunity to get involved in the community in a way that develops pride and appreciation through stewardship. Call 334-2270 and adopt a park in your neighborhood today!

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Dog Park Locations 1) Whitaker Park, located at 550 University Terrace (2 mutt mitt dispensers) 2) Virginia Lake Park, located in the north field at Mountain View and Lakeside Drive (1 mutt mitt dispenser) Parks, Recreation and Community Services

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shelter rentals

There are 18 reservable park shelters that accommodate from 50 to 200 people. Each shelter comes with picnic tables and barbeque.

Excellent park facilities surround each shelter for groups to enjoy; however, please note that these amenities are not reserved as part of a picnic shelter permit. Playgrounds, tennis, volleyball, basketball, horseshoe pits, skate parks, etc. are normally open to the public at large.

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A beer and wine permit is required ($50) if these beverages will be consumed at your event. Staff is available to help you identify which facility may best meet your needs. Detailed information on each shelter is available online. For current rental rates or to make a park shelter reservation please call 334-3888. FEEs VARy FROM $85 $120. tHE REsERVAtIONs FOR 2013 WIll BE AVAIlABlE ON A FIRst cOME, FIRst sERVE stARtING OctOBER 1, 2012.

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Rental facilities can accommodate your needs for any special occasion. North Valleys

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Silver Lake Park

8855 Red Baron Blvd.

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Dick Taylor Memorial Park

1140 Beech St.

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Pat Baker Park

1910 Bishop St.

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Teglia’s Paradise Park-Pavilion 2745 Elementary Dr.

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Teglia’s Paradise Park-Shelter 2745 Elementary Dr.

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Northwest Canyon Creek Park

1485 Robb Dr.

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Las Brisas Park

5950 Las Brisas

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Northgate Park

6450 Moonridge Terrace

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Whitaker Park

southeast Huffaker Park Miguel Ribera Park Mira Loma Park Pickett Park southwest Idlewild Park - Terrace Idlewild Park - Snowflake Idlewild Park - Rose Garden Manzanita Park Virginia Lake Park

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1160 E. Huffaker Ln. 3925 Neil Rd. 3000 S. McCarran Blvd. 250 Kirman Ave. 1805 Idlewild Dr. 1805 Idlewild Dr. 1805 Idlewild Dr. 630 Manzanita Ln. 1980 Lakeside Dr.

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Rose Garden at Idlewild Park

The City of Reno has the only public rose garden in the state of Nevada certified by the American Rose Society! The one acre Rose Garden, located in Idlewild Park, has 200 varieties of roses and over 2,250 total roses. The rose season is from early June until Sept. with peak seasons in July and August. It is also a favorite location for wedding ceremonies. Call 334-2417 for more information.

Plumas Gym

location: Monroe Street, Central Reno off Arlington Avenue. Features: Hardwood court for basketball (six hoops) or volleyball, with bleacher seating. Tables and chairs are not available in the gym. Food and drink are not allowed in the gym. printed on 30% recycled paper


facility rentals

FAMILY PICNICS · REUNIONS · SMALL RECEPTIONS · BIRTHDAY PARTIES · EVENTS · WEDDINGS Staff is available to help you identify which facility may best meet your needs. Renters can bring their own caterer and food, unlike requirements to use in-house caterers at other rentable facilities. A security deposit of $500-$1000 is required. For current rental rates or to rent a facility please call 334-2262 or 334-2417.

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California Building

75 Cowan Drive

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2800 Pioneer Drive

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Neil Road Recreation Center

3925 Neil Road

689-8484

550

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Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center

1301 Valley Road

334-2262

300

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Plumas Gym

475 Monroe Street

334-6262

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McKinley Arts & Culture Center

925 Riverside Drive

334-2417

200

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Southside Cultural Center Auditorium Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center

190 E. Liberty Street 334-2417

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Mckinley Arts & culture center

The former McKinley Park southside cultural center Auditorium School, located at 925 Riverside The former Southside Drive, was constructed in 1910 School, located at and renovated in 1999. This 190 East Liberty historic building with its unique Street, includes an art ornate design boasts two gallery on the ground gallery spaces, arts and crafts floor and auditorium workshops, and provides rented on the second level. office space for local nonThe auditorium is profit arts organizations. It occupies an important place available for rehearsals, within the Truckee River Arts and Culture District and performances, lectures, an auditorium and boardroom are available for rental by concerts and special tenants and outside cultural groups. The public may also occasions. The public may also rent the rent the air-conditioned facility for weddings. facility for weddings. Call 334-2417 for more Call 334-2417. (AVAILABLE FOR WEDDINGS!) information. RENtAl FEEs Mckinley Arts & culture center & southside cultural center Auditorium (rehearsal) $50/hr. Auditorium (performance) $75/hr. Auditorium (other use) $100/hr. Boardroom $50/hr. McKinley Wedding/Party Package $800 for 8 hours - includes auditorium, stage, rest rooms, foyer, kitchen and courtyard. Requirement: $1,000.00 Refundable Security deposit Parks, Recreation and Community Services

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Neil Road Recreation center

The Center is located in a campus like setting, with other facilities including, but not limited to, the Boys and Girls Club of the Truckee Meadows, Reno Police Department substation and St. Mary’s Wellness Center. The park shelter at Miguel Ribera Park can be rented in conjunction with the building for an additional fee. location: South Reno, between Moana and Peckham Lanes. Access is easiest from Maudlin Way. Features: Six - foot tables and folding chairs for indoor use.

teglia’s Paradise Park Activity center

Situated in a relaxing and tranquil area near the Paradise Park Pond, this facility has acres of open space, a community garden, play areas and walking trails. location: NE Reno, off of Oddie Boulevard Features: A kitchen and a large multi-purpose room with 5 round tables, 20 sixfoot tables, and 100 folding chairs for indoor use.

Evelyn Mount Northeast community center

A 40,000 square foot facility that includes rental rooms, an indoor pool, a fitness center and cardio room, as well as a gymnasium. The rental rooms are ideal spaces for meetings of any size and for family events. Birthday parties for children scheduled around the pool’s public swim hours are always a hit. location: Near downtown Reno and the Livestock Event Center.

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West street Market

West Street Market is a unique gathering place centered around food, friends, shopping and entertainment. This urban market with eco-friendly themes is more than just fresh, delicious food! For rental info please call (775) 334-2414 or visit www.renoweststreetmarket. com for rental availability. location: Between First and Second streets.

Horseman’s Park clubhouse

The western-themed clubhouse is a perfect setting for small meetings and group gatherings. It is adjacent to Horseman’s Park, featuring a horse arena and corrals. Equestrian groups, through historic and deeded priority scheduling, coordinate a wide range of horse-oriented activities at this facility. location: SW Reno off of Skyline Boulevard Features: Round tables, six-foot tables, and folding chairs for indoor use.

california Building

The Spanish-style architecture, reminiscent of the early California missions, distinguishes this popular facility which hosts numerous cultural and special events, weddings, meetings and group gatherings throughout the year. location: In Idlewild Park – SW Reno, near Riverside and Booth Streets Features: Kitchen, outdoor patio area, six-foot rectangular tables, 60 inch diameter tables, folding chairs and picnic tables. California Building Wedding Package: 8 hours for $700.00; and $75.00 for each additional hour. Includes: use of the entire facility; kitchen, rest rooms, tables and chairs, alcohol permit and patio. Requirement: $1,000.00 Refundable Security deposit printed on 30% recycled paper


urban forestry

Our urban forest encompasses trees and vegetation on both public and private property within the city limits. A dedicated staff of Arborists and a professional Urban Forester maintain over 24,000 publicly owned trees in city parks and along public streets. Their work is vital to both public safety and tree preservation. Reno’s Arborists are concerned about trees that appear to be dead, dying, or diseased, that have large broken limbs, low limbs, or limbs blocking traffic signs, signals or intersection sight lines. To report concerns about trees causing a public hazard call Reno Direct at 334-INFO. For Information about all programs Call the Park Office at 334-2270

outdoors

OUTDOORS

Firewood Sales Reno Urban Forestry sells firewood to the general public. The wood yard located at 190 Telegraph is open Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for wood cutting. The wood is in log form and requires people to saw their own rounds for splitting. The cost is $75 per cord. Customers must first sign a waiver of liability and pay in advance at the Park Maintenance Office, 2055 Idlewild Drive. Office hours are 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday Friday, excluding holidays. Payment by cash or check only.

The Whitewater Park has grown into a cultural icon, an essential ingredient of Downtown that is the envy of cities across the country. Opened in 2004, the half-mile Whitewater Park features five drop pools over 1400 feet in the north channel; six pools over 1200 feet in the south channel. The north and south channels are created by Wingfield Park, a grassy island park with an amphitheater and facilities for concerts, festivals, picnics, outdoor sports and recreation. Visitors to the park will commonly see people using kayaks, canoes, rafts, or inner tubes pass through the park any time of the year. Kayak, raft and tube rentals are available by local concessionaires. As with all river systems, safety precautions should be exercised (i.e. use of personal flotation devices). No lifeguard on duty. Call us at 334-2414 for more information. Project Discovery Leadership Challenge Program Project Discovery programs consist of a progressive series of carefully designed high-impact training activities to enhance skills related to leadership, teambuilding, communication and problem solving. The Sky Tavern site is one of the largest ropes courses in the U.S. For more information on Project Discovery, call 849-3393 or visit their website at WWW.PROJEctdIscOVERy.cOM. Parks, Recreation and Community Services

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gardens

gARDENS

Rain Garden: They collect rain water and snow-melt in the winter, infiltrating it back into our local supply, and thrive on drip irrigation in the summer. They also provide beautiful urban habitat for butterflies and foraging wild birds… AND provide protection for our Truckee River. Rain gardens help protect the river. Using drip irrigation instead of sprinklers, rain gardens reduce overspray and flooded gutters by allowing water to filter through the soil. Infiltrated water is cleansed before it reaches the river, much better than gutter flows carrying dissolved pollutants into our river from pet waste, pesticides, and other materials. By removing turf and replacing with a drip-watered garden, you could save a lot of money AND protect the Truckee River at the same time! TMWA has a helpful online landscape guide to help choose the right plants for your site, www.tmwalandscapeguide.com.

As attractive as LID is, your site might not be well served by LID! There are many things to consider, ie. soil types, available space, topography, proximity of space to building and downspouts, and depth to groundwater. Please refer to the online manuals to see if LID is right for your site.

COMPOST/TOPSOIL/PEAT

Find the LID (planning) Manual and the Structural Controls Design Manual at www.tmstormwater.com or purchase at The Permit Place, Sinclair Street, Reno.

Sensory Garden: The City of Reno Park Maintenance division is developing the area in Idlewild Park that is an abandoned amusement park into a Children’s Sensory Garden. Children’s sensory gardens generate pleasant experiences of smell, sight, touch, taste and sound for people and create welcoming spaces that stimulate imagination and learning. Many studies confirm that sensory gardens provide therapeutic benefits for those dealing with difficult situations such as personal loss, abuse, injury, illness and developmental issues. The City of Reno’s Children’s Sensory Garden would not only include individual beds that focus on the senses, but would also include interactive features such as a trees with sensory value, a rock sculpture, and living willow tunnels and a living willow hut. Using willows to produce living structures is a fun way to involve children with the out of doors. Tunnels would direct children to garden areas while the igloo would allow an area for discussion, instruction or just play time.

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special events A CALENDAR OF SPECIAL EVENTS CAN BE FOUND AT WWW.RENO.GOV

Reno River Festival – June 15-17 Wingfield Park 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Get ready for an all out celebration of adrenalineinfused, human-powered adventure in northern Nevada. kayaking at its best including down river races, freestyle and boater cross competition, clinics, music, Run Amuck and food are all a part of this 3 day festival. For more information, please check the website www.renoriverfestival.com. Reno tahoe Odyssey – June 1-2 West Wingfield Park & Idlewild Park This odyssey starts at West Wingfield Park on Friday morning and finished at Idlewild Park for a party on saturday. teams of 12 runners traverse a scenic route thru Reno, truckee, lake tahoe and Virginia city logging 178 miles in 24 hours or less. For more information, please check the website www. renotahoeodyssey.com. Battle Born derby demons Roller Bouts June 16, July 21, August 18, sept. 22 @city Plaza Join the Derby Demons as they race around a flat track annihilating their competition. you have 4 opportunities to join them this summer. For more information, please check their website at www. battlebornderbydemons.com Parks, Recreation and Community Services

Artown – July Wingfield Park and numerous locations around the city of Reno A month long celebration of cultural diversity and artistic innovation – what ever your heart desires, you will find this month. For more information, please check their website at www.renoisartown. com Rollin’ on the River concert series Fridays in July @ Wingfield Park 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Reno News & Review is once again sponsoring the concert series featuring many local and regional bands. this year enjoy the sounds of Big sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys, the Gospel Hummingbirds, Igor and the Red Elvises, and truth and salvage company. For more information, please check the website www.newsreview.com

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turkish Festival – May 20 Wingfield Park 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Experience the culture, food, crafts including calligraphy, water marbling (ebru) art, henna, and music of turkey at this festival. don’t walk away without trying the baklava and Adana kebabs! For more information, please check the website www. renoturkishfestival.org.

compression! Fire Arts Festival July 28 @ city Plaza, 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. The West Coast will be set on fire at the compression Fire Arts Festival on city Plaza. large scale propane effects, fire dancers, fire spinners, mutant vehicles will all spark your Burning Man desires. For more information, please check their website at www.compression.controlledburnreno. com Nevada Humane society duck Race & Festival Aug. 28 @ Wingfield Park, 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Join in a day of music, fun, food and pet adoptions culminating with a rubber duck race on the truckee River. Adopt a duck for a chance to win exciting prizes. The race benefits our community’s homeless animals. For more information, please check their website www.nevadahumanesociety.org. 775.334.2262

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Save time and register online! Use the “Online Services” menu on the WWW.RENO.GOV homepage to easily register for recreation classes. Many other city services are offered online, such as paying sewer bills and parking tickets, filing a police report, submitting a service request and more. Make sure to click on the social media links on www.Reno.gov to connect with us on social media.

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The City of Reno call center, Reno DIRECT, is designed to improve communication between you and your City government. Our non-emergency call center has one centralized phone number, 334-INFO (4636), for all city services. You can make suggestions, report problems, receive information or request services such as pothole repair, graffiti removal, and traffic signal repairs with just one call. The customer service representatives are available weekdays from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Service requests can also be reported 24/7 online at WWW.RENO. GOV.

Reno Connect is an electronic alert service designed to improve communication between the City of Reno, citizens, businesses and the general public. This service allows you to subscribe to a wide selection of e-alerts received via email. The broadcasts provide updates and announcements on a variety of topics such as recreation programs, road closures, meeting agendas, special events and development notifications. To use the Reno Connect system, all that is required is a valid email address. Visit the City’s website at WWW.RENO.GOV to sign-up for this free electronic alert service.

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