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SPRING / SUMMER 2018

RECREATION GUIDE SUMMER CAMPS | ADULT SPORTS | SENIOR PROGRAMS | SPECIAL EVENTS


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and register in person Parks & Recreation 245 Howelsen Parkway Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

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Contact Information

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Facility Information

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Field & Facility Rentals

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City Parks Map

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Youth Summer Camps

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A.S.S.E.T. Summer Camps

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Mini-Sprouts Program

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Senior Programs

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Adult Sports Leagues

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Special Events

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Volunteer Opportunities

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Additional Resources

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU IN ONE OF OUR PROGRAMS THIS SUMMER!

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SPRING / SUMMER HIGHLIGHTS ADULT SPORTS LEAGUES

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Grab your friends and form a team, or register as a free agent!

SENIOR PROGRAMS Are you 55 and finer? You don’t want to miss out on these fun summer trips!

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5 YOUTH CAMPS

We offer a variety of summer camp options, including, day camps, specialized week long A.S.S.E.T. camps, and pre-school age programs.

For information and to register, visit: www.steamboatsprings.net/register


CONTACT US:

OUR FACILITIES

City of Steamboat Springs Parks & Recreation 245 Howelsen Parkway Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

HOWELSEN ICE COMPLEX

www.steamboatsprings.net/ice

Phone: 970-879-4300 | Fax: 970-870-0173 Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday | 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM Friday | 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

HAYMAKER GOLF COURSE

JOIN US: Register for Programs Browse and register for programs: www.steamboatsprings.net/recreation Volunteer Opportunities To volunteer at special events, contact: ehines@steamboatsprings.net To adopt-a-trail or volunteer at one of the trail maintenance workdays, contact: jcarey@steamboatsprings.net

REGISTRATION DETAILS: Registration Dates: Registration for Summer Programs, including, Youth Summer Camps, Adult Sports Leagues, Senior Programs and Special Events, opens on Monday, April 2. Registration Materials / Information: For details on Summer Programs and required Youth Summer Camp documents, visit: www.steamboatsprings.net/recreation.

34855 US HWY 40 EAST Steamboat Springs, CO Phone: 970-870-1846 www.haymakergolf.com

STEAMBOAT TENNIS CENTER

2500 Pine Grove Road Steamboat Springs, CO Phone: 970-879-8400 www.steamboat10s.com

HOWELSEN RODEO ARENA

Rent From Us Rent facilities, park structures, athletic fields, and more: www.steamboatsprings.net/facilityrentals Host An Event Apply for a Parks & Recreation Land Use Permit to host an event / race: www.steamboatsprings.net/events

285 Howelsen Parkway Steamboat Springs, CO Phone: 970-871-7033

401 Howelsen Parkway Steamboat Springs, CO Phone: 970-879-1818

www.steamboatprorodeo.com

YAMPA RIVER BOTANIC PARK

1000 Pamela Lane Steamboat Springs, CO Phone: 970-846-5172 www.yrbp.org

OLYMPIAN HALL AT HOWELSEN HILL LODGE

845 Howelsen Parkway Steamboat Springs, CO Phone: 970-879-4300

www.steamboatsprings.net

To view a complete list of city facilities, including public parks, visit the facilities page at: www.steamboatsprings.net/facilities

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FIELD & FACILITY RENTALS Athletic Field Rentals Athletic fields are available for single or multi-day events, as well as for ongoing use. All field reservations are subject to approval based on availability and ability to accomodate field use needs and special requests. www.steamboatsprings.net/fields

Facility Rentals Many of our facilities, including, Olympian Hall and the Beach / Volleyball Courts at Howelsen Hill, are available for public rental. See the link below for a complete list of rentals and use agreements. www.steamboatsprings.net/facilityrentals

Yampa River Botanic Park Rentals For information on renting the Green or Trillium House for your wedding or special event, visit the Yampa River Botanic Website or call the park rental manager at 970-846-5172. www.yrbp.org

Land Use Permits Planning an event or activity at a city park or open space area? A Parks & Recreation Land Use Application and Event Permit is required. Visit the link below for additional information and to download the application: www.steamboatsprings.net/events

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Heritage Park West Side Park Bear River Skate Park Stockbridge Park Lithia Spring West Lincoln Park Iron Springs Park Steamboat Springs Park Little Toots Park Howelsen Park Workman Park Ski Town Lions Park Rodeo Grounds Brooklyn Park Memorial Park Stehley Park Strawberry Park Field Spring Creek Dr. Rich Weiss Park Snake Island Emerald Park Botanic Park Fetcher Park Rita Valentine Park Rotary Park Ski Town Park Casey’s Pond River Creek Park Whistler Park

OFF LEASH PARKS

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Rita Valentine Dog Park Spring Creek Dog Park

OFF LEASH TRAIL AREAS

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Blackmere Trail Butcherknife Trail Lower Spring Creek Trail Whistler Park Trails

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FOR DETAILS ON PARKS, VISIT WWW.STEAMBOATSPRINGS.NET/FACILITIES FOR DETAILS ON OFF LEASH AREAS, VISIT WWW.STEAMBOATSPRINGS.NET/OFFLEASH

Dogs must be under voice and sight control. Disposal of dog waste is required by law and is the responsibility of the dog owner.

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ADVENTURE BOUND SUMMER CAMPS

EXPLORERS Ages: Kids Entering 2nd & 3rd Grades Enrollment Capacity: Maximum 40 Kids Daily Days/Times: Monday - Friday | 7:30 AM - 5:45 PM Location: Soda Creek Elementary School Program Fees: If Registered By May 11 - $38 / Day If Registered After May 11 - $44 / Day Registration fee includes two snacks daily, plus all costs associated with daily activities Overnight Campout: July 13 - 14

MOUNTAINEERS

The City of Steamboat Springs Parks & Recreation Department offers a fun and exciting assortment of youth summer camps. The activities of each camp are designed to challenge the level of each age group, and daily activities aim to develop skills necessary for the safe enjoyment of outdoor adventures in the Rocky Mountains. The Adventure Bound summer programs also have an inclusion program that addresses children with special needs in a non-restrictive environment.

Ages: Kids Entering 4th, 5th & 6th Grades Enrollment Capacity: Maximum 24 Kids Daily Days/Times: Monday - Friday | 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM Location: Fireplace Room - Howelsen Hill Lodge Program Fees: If Registered By May 11 - $38 / Day If Registered After May 11 - $44 / Day Registration fee includes two snacks daily, plus all costs associated with daily activities Overnight Campouts: June 21 - 22 | Winter Park July 19 - 20 | Dinosaur Rafting Adventure July 31 - August 3 | Denver Campout

Program Dates: June 11 - August 10

ADVENTURERS Ages: Kids Entering Kindergarten & 1st Grade Enrollment Capacity: Maximum 40 Kids Daily Days/Times: Monday - Friday | 7:30 AM - 5:45 PM Location: Soda Creek Elementary School Program Fees: If Registered By May 11 - $38 / Day If Registered After May 11 - $44 / Day Registration fee includes two snacks daily, plus all costs associated with daily activities

TBD Registration for Adventure Bound Summer Camps opens on Monday, April 2. For additional details and to access required documents, visit: www.steamboatsprings.net/summer

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A.S.S.E.T. CAMPS

ART | SOCIALIZATION | SPORTS | EDUCATION | TEAMWORK

SOCCER STARS Join staff from the Steamboat Soccer Club to learn soccer skills and techniques, how to play the game, and enjoy the large fields at Soda Creek Elementary School Ages: Kids Entering 1st through 3rd Grades Enrollment Capacity: 15 Kids Days/Times: Monday, June 18 - Thursday, June 21 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM Location: Soda Creek Elementary School Program Fees: If Registered By June 10 - $210 If Registered After June 10 - $235

GOLF CAMP

A.S.S.E.T. Summer Camps are single week skill building activities that run throughout the summer. The fee for each camp includes summer day camp from 7:30 AM – 5:45 PM for kids 1st through 3rd grades, or 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM for kids 4th through 8th grades, along with all activity fees and snacks. Kids will be transported in a city or school district vehicle to and from activities as needed. Listed below are the times that the kids will be in special activities. Parents must provide lunch for A.S.S.E.T. Camp participants.

Learn basic golf skills or practice existing skills. Kids practice at the driving range, putting green and bunkers. Advanced players have access to the 9 hole course at Rollingstone Golf Club. Ages: Kids Entering 4th through 8th Grades Enrollment Capacity: 8 Kids Days/Times: Monday, June 18 - Thursday, June 21 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM Location: Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club Program Fees: If Registered By June 10 - $275 If Registered After June 10 - $300

SWIM LESSONS

GLENWOOD ADVENTURE CAMPOUT

Parks & Recreation partners with the Old Town Hot Springs to provide a special Swim Lesson A.S.S.E.T. Camp to kick-off the summer. American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim levels 1 through 5 are offered. Ages: Kids Entering K through 3rd Grades Enrollment Capacity: 30 Kids Days/Times: Monday, June 11 - Thursday, June 15 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM Location: Old Town Hot Springs Program Fees: If Registered By June 3 - $225 If Registered After June 3 - $250

Travel to Glenwood Springs to explore the Fulford Caves, raft the Colorado River, enjoy the Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, soak and play at the Glenwood pools, and tour town. Ages: Kids Entering 4th through 8th Grades Enrollment Capacity: 10 Kids Days/Times: Monday, June 25 - Thursday, June 28 Location: Glenwood Springs, CO Program Fees: If Registered By June 17 - $325 If Registered After June 17 - $350

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WATER FUN! Join instructors and staff from Mountain Sports Kayak School for this unique camp geared towards beginner and intermediate participants who enjoy water activities. Camp will consist of two days of paddleboarding and two days of kayaking. Kids will learn skills and techniques to be safe and have fun on our local rivers, ponds, lakes and resevoirs. Ages: Kids Entering 5th through 8th Grades Enrollment Capacity: 10 Days/Times: Monday, July 9 - Thursday, July 12 Times: 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM Location: Yampa River, Steamboat Springs Program Fees: If Registered By July 1 - $335 If Registered After July 1 - $360

CRAFTING CAMP: KITES & FLIGHT Blue skies and summer breezes are calling for handmade kites and crafts that fly. In this special Young at Art Creativity Camp - City Edition, young students discover new ways to explore flight. From kites and capes, to birds and butterflies, all of the projects will fly, some in the wind, and others in our imagination. Ages: Kids Entering 1st through 3rd Grades Enrollment Capacity: 13 Kids Days/Times: Monday, July 16 - Thursday, July 19 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM Location: Steamboat Springs Art Council - Depot Program Fees: If Registered By July 8 - $225 If Registered After July 8 - $250

RACKET RATS: TENNIS CAMP Learn basic tennis skills and game play, or practice existing skills. Participants will play daily at the Tennis Center’s indoor and outdoor courts, and will be split into appropriate groups based on current skills and ability level. Ages: Kids Entering 1st through 3rd Grades Enrollment Capacity: 13

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Days/Times: Monday, July 23 - Thursday, July 26 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM Location: Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs Program Fees: If Registered By July 15 - $200 If Registered After July 15 - $225

THEATER CAMP Members of the Chief Players will share the many facets of acting and directing. Participants learn new and fun theater improv games, as well as, skills associated with acting and directing. Join the crew each day and find out how fun being part of live theater can be! Ages: Kids Entering 3rd through 6th Grades Enrollment Capacity: 13 Kids Days/Times: Monday, July 23 - Thursday, July 26 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM Location: The Chief Theater Program Fees: If Registered By July 15 - $275 If Registered After July 15 - $300

DENVER ADVENTURE CAMPOUT Head to Denver for a three night, four day campout with a variety of fun activities including trips to Water World, Jump Street, Six Flags Elitch Gardens and much, much, more! Ages: Kids Entering 4th through 8th Grades Enrollment Capacity: 24 Kids Days/Times: Tuesday, July 31 - Friday, August 3 Location: Denver, CO Program Fees: If Registered By July 22 - $275 If Registered After July 22 - $300


MINI-SPROUTS SUMMER PROGRAM

Mini-Sprouts is a part-time program for potty trained 3 to 5 year olds. Each session is spent learning new and exciting information, while having fun and enjoying the outdoors. Participants are responsible for their own snacks.

THURSDAY NATURE RANGERS Little nature lovers meet at Emerald Park for outdoor play, arts & crafts activities, and snack time. Kids learn about the many plants and animals in the Yampa Valley and Yampa River Botanic Park, plus we’ll introduce the basic ideas of reduce, reuse, and recycle. Ages: Potty Trained 3 to 5 Year Olds Days/Times: Thursdays| June 21 through August 2 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM Location: Emerald Park In the case of inclement weather, meet at the Yampa River Botanic Park Trillium House Program Fees: If Registered By May 11 - $130 If Registered After May 11 - $140

SENIOR PROGRAMS

Sessions are offered weekly on Wednesdays and Thursdays, beginning June 20, and ending on August 2. Register for both programs and receive a discounted registration rate!

WEDNESDAY WEEKLY READERS The perfect program for your little book lover. Meet at Little Toots Park for craft time and outdoor play. Enjoy a short walk to the Bud Werner Memorial Library for bathroom breaks and story time, then return to the park for snacks and additional craft/game time, all based on the literature that kids love. Ages: Potty Trained 3 to 5 Year Olds Days/Times: Wednesdays | June 20 through August 1 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM Location: Little Toots Park Program Fees: If Registered By May 11 - $110 If Registered After May 11 - $120

The City of Steamboat Springs Parks & Recreation Department offers a wide variety of exciting summer activities and trips for anyone 55 years and finer. Activity fees include transportation, admission fees, tickets, and hotel when necessary. Meals are not included in the activity fee and are the responsibility of the participant. Participation is limited, and on a first-come, first-served basis. www.steamboatsprings.net/seniors

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CELESTIAL SEASONINGS TEA TOUR & BUTTERFLY PAVILION Experience a fragrant, behind the scenes tour, of the Celestial Seasonings tea factory in Boulder. The trip includes time to visit the one-of-a-kind gift shop and enjoy lunch at the onsite cafe. From there, the group heads to Westminister to marvel at the colorful creatures at the Butterfly Pavilion. Date: Wednesday, June 6 Cost: $30 (Includes Transportation & Guided Tour) Time: 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM

COLORADO ROCKIES BASEBALL Enjoy a day at the ballpark as the Colorado Rockies take on the Miami Marlins. First pitch is at 1:10 PM, and the group will arrive early enough to watch the teams warm up and to grab lunch. Date: Sunday, June 24 Cost: $30 (Includes Transportation & Admission) Time: 7:30 AM to 8:30 PM

BETTY FORD ALPINE GARDENS Discover the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens in Vail, the highest elevation botanic garden in the world! Spend the day admiring the beautiful flowers and other alpine treasures, then visit Vail Village for a snack and a little shopping. Date: Monday, July 2 Cost: $15 (Transportation Only) Time: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

MUSEUM OF NATURE & SCIENCE Explore everything that the Museum of Nature & Science has to offer, including, the planetarium and an IMAX movie about pandas. The T-Rex Cafe is available for lunch and snacks at your leisure, and includes hot entrees, salad bar, soups, grill, pizza and more! Date: Tuesday, July 17 Cost: $45 (Transportation & Admission) Time: 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM

COLORADO ROCKIES BASEBALL Enjoy a day at the ballpark as the Colorado Rockies take on the Pittsburgh Pirates. First pitch is at 1:10 PM, and the group will arrive early enough to watch the teams warm up and to grab lunch. Date: Wednesday, August 8 Cost: $30 (Includes Transportation & Admission) Time: 7:30 AM to 8:30 PM

LEADVILLE TRAIN RIDE Take a breathtaking 2.5 hour train ride through the untamed wilderness of the San Isabel National Forest. First, explore the town of Leadville, the “highest incorporated city in North America�, and its rich mining heritage. Then climb aboard for a thrilling historic train ride. Eat lunch in town or bring a lunch to enjoy on the train ride. Date: Thursday, August 23 Cost: $56 (Includes Transportation & Train Ticket) Time: 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM

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PUMP BOYS AND DINETTES

SUMMER ADULT SPORTS LEAGUES

Head to the Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre in Grand Lake for an afternoon of country western songs with a revue that celebrates and embodies the value of friendship and life’s simple pleasures. Before the 2:00 PM matinée, enjoy Grand Lake’s scenic downtown boardwalk and many shops and cafes. There will be plenty of time to eat lunch and relax in this scenic mountain town. Date: Sunday, September 9 Cost: $50 (Includes Transportation & Admission) Time: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

BLACKHAWK/CENTRAL CITY CASINOS Let’s try out our luck! Choose your adventure, two days to gamble, see the sights, take in a show, and enjoy meals at the locations of your choice. Stay at the Ameristar Hotel & Casino in the heart of Blackhawk, and within walking distance of several casinos. A FREE shuttle is also available to Central City. Date: Tuesday/Wednesday, September 18/19 Cost: (Includes Transportation & Hotel) $60 - Double Occupancy Room $100 - Single Occupancy Room Time: 8:00 AM (Tuesday) - 5:00 PM (Wednesday)

RECEIVE RAINOUT UPDATES DIRECT TO YOUR PHONE VIA E-MAIL OR TEXT WWW.STEAMBOATSPRINGS.NET/RAINOUT

VISIT THE RAINOUT LINK ABOVE FOR DETAILS AND TO SIGN-UP TODAY!

The City of Steamboat Springs Parks & Recreation Department offers a wide variety of year round adult sports programs. Adult athletes have an opportunity to stay active and have fun during all four seasons of the year, especially in the summer! www.steamboatsprings.net/adultsports

ADULT SOFTBALL Adult Coed Softball is the largest league and has the most participants of any league offered. Five separate leagues cater to a wide range of abilities and competition levels. Each summer softball league guarantees a total of 16 games + playoffs. Days/Times: Leagues begin the week of June 4 6:15 PM to 10:15 PM (2 Games / Night) June through August Leagues: Men’s A & B Leagues - Mondays Coed B League - Tuesdays Coed C League - Thursdays Coed D League - Wednesdays Location: Howelsen Hill Sports Complex Program Fees: $950 / Team ($75 Late Reg. Fee) Registration Deadline: Tuesday, May 22 www.steamboatsprings.net/adultsoftball ,

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SAND VOLLEYBALL

HOCKEY

The Howelsen Hill Sand Volleyball League consists of five separate leagues, which means there is something for all ability levels. Gather your friends and form a team, or register as a free agent and make new friends. Summer leagues guarantee between 10-12 games + playoff tournament. Days/Times: Leagues begin the week of May 28 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM May through August Leagues: Coed A League (4 Person) - Tuesdays Coed B League (4 Person) - Tuesdays Coed C League (4 Person) - Thursdays Coed Doubles League (2 Person) - Thursdays Open Doubles League (2 Person) - Thursdays Location: Howelsen Hill Sports Complex (401 Howelsen Parkway) Program Fees: 4v4........$325 2v2........$175 $25 Late Fee May Apply Registration Deadline: Tuesday, May 22

The City of Steamboat Springs Parks & Recreation Department and Howelsen Ice Complex offer year round, coed hockey leagues for all ages and ability levels. The summer Adult Hockey League consists of 10-12 guaranteed games, plus additional playoff games and end-of-season awards. Days/Times: Leagues begin the week of June 7 6:30 PM - 10:15 PM June through August Leagues: Coed A League - Tuesdays / Sundays Coed B League - Thursdays / Sundays Coed C League - Wednesdays / Sundays

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Location: Howelsen Ice Complex (285 Howelsen Parkway) Program Fees: $225 / Player Registration Deadline: Wednesday, May 30 www.steamboatsprings.net/adulthockey

SPECIAL EVENTS

www.steamboatsprings.net/adultvolleyball

SOCCER From the turf to the grass, the City of Steamboat Springs Parks & Recreation Department offers a variety of high level soccer opportunities for local soccer lovers. Summer leagues offer participants at least 10 games + playoffs in a fun 11v11 format (8 male / 3 female minimum). Days/Times: Leagues begin the week of May 28 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM May through August - Mondays & Wednesdays Leagues: One general coed division/league Location: Ski Town Fields (2500 Pine Grove Rd.) Program Fees: $1,150 / Team ($75 Late Reg. Fee) Registration Deadline: Tuesday, May 22 www.steamboatsprings.net/adultsoccer

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The City of Steamboat Springs Parks & Recreation Department hosts a number of special events throughout the year. Special events are focused on the local community, and are a fun and affordable activity for participants of all ages and ability levels.


TOWN CHALLENGE MTB RACE SERIES The Town Challenge is a six race summer series featuring cross country, hill climb, and downhill terrain. Races are for all ages and ability levels, with five separate skill divisions, as well as, gender and age group breakouts. Races are held on Wednesday evenings, followed by a post-race party and participant dinner at a local restaurant. Schedule/Location: June 6 - Marabou Ranch June 20 - Emerald Mountain / Howelsen Hill July 11 - Mount Werner - Hill Climb July 18 - Emerald Mountain / Howelsen Hill August 1 - Mt. Werner - Sunshine Loop August 15 - Emerald Mountain / Howelsen Hill August 22 - Community Ride/Dinner/Awards Days/Times: Wednesday Evenings Registration - 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM Races Start @ Approximately 5:25 PM Race Divisions: Youth TOT - Under 6 Coed - 6&Under | 7&8 | 9&10 Male - 11&12 | 13-15 | 16-18 Female - 11&12 | 13-15 | 16-18 Novice Male - 19-35 | 35+ Female - 19-35 | 35+ Sport Male - 19-34 | 35-49 | 50+ Female - 19-34 | 35+ Expert Male - 19-34 | 35-49 | 50+ Female - 19+ Pro/Open - Male 19+ | Female 19+ Single Speed - Male 19+ | Female 19+ Race Fees: Adult Season Pass - TBD Youth Season Pass - TBD Individual Race (Pre-Race Registration) Adult - $20 | Youth - $10 | TOT - Free! Individual Race (Race Day Registration) Adult - $25 | Youth - $15 | TOT - Free! For information and to register, visit: www.townchallenge.com

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Summer programs and special events have been extremely successful, thanks to the passion and commitment of our volunteers. There are several exciting volunteer opportunities already lined up for anyone looking to get involved this summer.

TRAIL MAINTENANCE WORK DAYS In 2018, the Open Space and Trails crew will host a variety of volunteer days on city trails and open space properties. Work days provide a great opportunity to get outside and be involved in the community. Each project will be different, so there will be something for everyone! Depending on the scheduled projects, work days typically last from 9 AM until 1 PM or 2 PM. Volunteers of all ages and abilities are welcome to participate, and should come prepared with a water bottle, sturdy shoes, gloves, sunscreen and sunglasses. Breakfast or lunch is also included! Tentative volunteer work dates: May 26 June 23 July 28 August 25 September 22 For information and to sign-up, visit: www.steamboatsprings.net/trails

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YAMPA RIVER CLEAN-UP DAY Join forces with the City of Steamboat Springs and Friends of the Yampa on Saturday, July 7 to clean-up and celebrate the Yampa River. Volunteers join for a river clean-up, and then participate in a festive post clean-up celebration with music, food and festivities. Date: Saturday, July 7 Time: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Location: Howelsen Hill Gazebo For more information, visit: www.steamboatsprings.net/events

TOWN CHALLENGE MTB RACE SERIES The Town Challenge MTB Race Series is made possible each summer by a great group of volunteers. From marking the course, to racer check-in and timing, the goal is to provide a fun and involved experience for all volunteers. Each volunteer receives a Town Challenge t-shirt, free food and beverages at each post-race party, opportunities to win great prizes and giveaways from sponsors, not to mention a great experience with fellow community members. Race Dates / Locations: June 6 - Marabou Ranch June 20 - Emerald Mountain / Howelsen Hill July 11 - Mount Werner - Hill Climb July 18 - Emerald Mountain / Howelsen Hill August 1 - Mt. Werner - Sunshine Loop August 15 - Emerald Mountain / Howelsen Hill August 22 - Community Ride/Dinner/Awards Times: Approximately 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM For more information and to sign-up, visit: www.townchallenge.com/volunteer

4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS Be a part of one of Colorado’s biggest and best firework shows! As a volunteer for the annual 4th of July Fireworks Show, you’ll get hands-on experience helping event coordinators with a variety of tasks related to the fireworks extravaganza. Volunteer opportunities include pre-event set-up, which involves moving supplies and assembling infrastructure at the firework launch sites. In return for your hard work, join staff at the launch sites for an up close view of the show later that night. Lunch will be provided. Date: Wednesday, July 4 Time: 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM Location: Howelsen Hill / Emerald Mountain For information / sign-up, contact: Emily Hines, ehines@steamboatsprings.net Marketing & Special Events Coordinator

ADOPT-A-TRAIL Adopt-A-Trail is a volunteer opportunity open to individuals, groups, and businesses that are interested in taking an active role in improving their city trails. Sign up for a two year commitment, and agree to monitor and work on a section, at least four times between May and October. Typical work involves trash and debris removal, reporting problems, and special projects as needed such as pruning, bench painting, etc. Volunteers can apply to maintain sections of the Core Trail and other neighborhood trails such as Blue Sage, Fox Creek, and lower Spring Creek. For information / sign-up, contact: Jenny Carey, jcarey@steamboatsprings.net Open Space & Trails Coordinator

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ADDITIONAL YOUTH RESOURCES

GIRL SCOUTS

Ages: K - 12th Grade 970-879-6111 www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org

HIGH ALTITUDE BASKETBALL

Ages: 3rd - 12th Grade 970-875-6775 www.highaltitudebasketball.com

ROCKY MOUNTAIN KARATE ACADEMY Ages: 6+ 970-871-1500 www.steamboatkarate.com

SK8 CHURCH

Ages: 6 - 21 970-879-2222 www.steamboatsk8church.com

STARS ADAPTIVE RECREATIONAL SERVICES

OUTDOOR EDUCATION

All Ages 970-870-1950 www.steamboatstars.com

BOOK TRAILS

STEAMBOAT ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHEER

Ages: 3 - 12 855-426-587 www.mybooktrails.org

Ages: K - 12th Grade 727-424-1373 www.facebook.com/steamboatallstars

ROCKY MOUNTAIN YOUTH CORPS

STEAMBOAT SOCCER CLUB

Ages: 10-21 970-879-2135 www.rockymountainyouthcorps.org

Ages: 5+ 970-870-1520 www.steamboat-soccer.com

YAMPATIKA

STEAMBOAT YOUTH HOCKEY

All Ages 970-871-9151 www.yampatika.org

CLUBS & RECREATION BOY SCOUTS

Ages: 6-18 707-722-5194 www.steamboatscouts.com

EXCEL GYMNASTICS Ages: 1-18 970-879-3467 www.879-egos.com

Ages: 5+ 970-871-0063 www.steamboatyouthhockey.com

STEAMBOAT YOUTH LACROSSE Ages: 5+ 970-846-0627 www.steamboatyouthlacrosse.org

WHITEOUT VOLLEYBALL CLUB Ages: 4th - 12th Grade www.whiteoutvolleyball.com

YAMPA VALLEY YOUTH BASEBALL ASSOC. Ages: 5-14 970-367-6777 www.yampabaseball.org

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Steamboat Springs Parks & Recreation Guide - Spring/Summer 2018  

The City of Steamboat Springs Parks & Recreation Guide is your go-to resource for all of the activities, programs, and events offered this S...

Steamboat Springs Parks & Recreation Guide - Spring/Summer 2018  

The City of Steamboat Springs Parks & Recreation Guide is your go-to resource for all of the activities, programs, and events offered this S...

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