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Tremonton

Parks & Recreation

Program Guide Winter Spring 2015 Register Online TODAY!

Youth & Adult Sports Community Events Happenings in Our Community


What’s Inside The Guide

Community Phone Numbers Public Safety Emergency........................................................ 911 BR Health Department............................257-3318 BR Valley Hospital..................................207-4500 Tremonton Fire Department....................257-9520 Tremonton Police.....................................257-9554 Tremonton City BR Senior Center.....................................257-9455 Food Pantry..............................................257-9530 Tremonton Animal Control......................257-9545 Tremonton City Hall................................257-9500 Tremonton City Library...........................257-9525 Tremonton Parks & Recreation...............257-9485 Tremonton Public Works.........................257-9500 Community BR Bowling Center.................................257-1997 BR Chamber of Commerce.....................282-0155 BR Valley Museum..................................854-7406 BE County...............................................734-3300 BE County Fairgrounds...........................257-5366 BE School District...................................732-4800 Boys & Girls Club...................................538-1270 Community Resource Center ..................538-1270 Kiwanis Club...........................................279-3463 Skyway Golf Course................................257-5706 USU Extension........................................695-2542 Womens Civic League.............................279-3496

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102 South Tremont Street Tremontont, Utah 84337 435-257-9485

General Information............................................ 2 Policies & Procedures......................................... 3 Parks & Recreation Information......................... 4 What’s New With Parks & Rec .......................... 5 Volunteer Service Award .................................6-7 Community Events .....................................10-11 Youth Sports ................................................12-15 Adult Sports ................................................16-18 Bear River Valley Libraries ........................19-22 Calendar of Events ........................................... 23

Thanks to our Advertisers Barfuss Garage ......................................................... 19 Bear River Animal Hospital...................................... 18 Bear River Medical Arts ..........................................17 Bear River Valley Construction ................................. 6 C&K Construction ...................................................21 Crump Reese Motor Co ........................................... 24 Dr. James Blotter ...................................................... 22 Golden Spike Burgers ..............................................19 Hales Bros. ...............................................................20 IFA ............................................................................ 20 Jim Thomas Real Estate ........................................... 21 Kent’s Market ...........................................................22 Mike Norr Plumbing ................................................ 18 Riverside Corner ......................................................14 Rudd Funeral Home ................................................... 5

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Parks & Recreation Mission Statement To provide a fun and safe environment for both youth and adults to recreate, educate and enjoy quality leisure time. We strive to enhance and better our community by offering more!

Recreation Policies and Procedures

Registration Policy

1. Sportsmanship and respect are mandatory in all programs. Participants, coaches, spectators, etc. may be ejected at any time without prior warning if deemed necessary. 2. Due to the volume of customers, special requests are not guaranteed. Car pooling is not a reason for a specific team. 3. Harassment of officials, umpires, scorekeepers, supervisors or staff is not tolerated. Ejections or suspensions may be imposed at any time without warning.

Registration periods for various programs will be established by Tremonton Parks and Recration. To be considered registered, the following must be completed: 1. A registration form must be completely filled out and signed by a custodial parent or legal guardian, (when registering a youth) for each participant. 2. All fees must be paid at time of registration. Registration forms will be accepted at the Trem- onton City Office (102 S. Tremont St.) from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Payments of cash or check only will be accepted.

4. The use of alcohol or tobacco while participating in a Tremonton Recreation program is not allowed.

Late Registration

5. In programs where there is no draft, the Recreation Director and/or staff will organize youth teams at their discretion.

A $5 fee will be assessed for all late registrations for Youth Programs. A $25 fee will be assessed for all late registrations for Adult Programs. Late registrations will be accepted on a first come, space-availability basis. When teams are established, individuals who register late will be placed on a waiting list and added to rosters based on availability.

6. In youth programs, players must enroll in their current grade and play in that league. 7. For adult programs, all participants must be at least 16 years old. 8. Participants are highly encouraged to have their own insurance policy.

Refund Policy

9. All dates and times are subject to change.

1. A $5.00 non-refundable office charge will be assessed to all refunds.

10. Rain-out hot-line will be updated one hour before games are scheduled to start. Please call the rain-out hotline at (257-9489).

2. Tremonton Parks and Recreation will offer a full refund (except $5) while the registration period is still open.

11. All fields used for private use need to be scheduled through Tremonton City and all fees need to be paid in advance. 12. Tremonton Recreation is the final authority in all situations and circumstances.

3. After the registration period has ended, a 50 percent refund will be offered. 4. After the program/event has begun, no refund will be offered.

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Parks & Recreation Staff

Marc Christensen

Parks & Recreation Director

Lynn Green

Parks Superintendent

Zach LeFevre

Brooke Hawes

Recreation Coordinator

Parks & Recreation Secretary

435-257-9485

mchristensen@tremontoncity.com

lgreen@tremontoncity.com

zlefevre@tremontoncity.com

435-257-9486

435-257-9485

435-257-9487

bhawes@tremontoncity.com

Would you like to be a member of our team? Tremonton parks and recreation is looking for people who are passionate in sports and are looking to make a difference in people’s lives. We are always looking for Volunteers, Program Instructors and Staff Members to serve the community. We are accepting applications for Site Supervisors, Scorekeepers and Officials for the upcoming basketball, spring soccer and volleyball seasons at the Tremonton City Office. If you have experience with these sports please apply. If you would like to add a program to the community, we would love to hear your ideas. We would like to add Arts programs to what we are currently offering.

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Register for Youth and Adult Programs or Events • Online on our website www.tremontoncity.com/parks-and-recreation OR • In Person at the Tremonton City Office, 102 S. Tremont Street

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Pickleball Pickelball is taking over the country, and we don’t want to be left out at Tremonton City. Pickleball is a sport that anyone, any age can play. It is a mix of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong where speed and power has been diminished by different equipment and rules. If you don’t know how to play, and you want lessons, please call Marc at 435257-9486, and he would be happy to set up a time to teach anyone interested. We started an indoor pickleball league at the County Fairgrounds during the winter months last year, and it was a great success. We are doing it again; see the “Adult Sports” section of this guide for more detailed information. You can now play outdoors on the newly resurfaced tennis courts during the warmer months of the year. There are pickleball lines painted inside the tennis lines. If you need to borrow equipment, we have four paddles and six outdoor pickleballs for you to rent from the City Office for only $5 for a 24 hour period.

Itty - Bitty Basketball Tremonton Recreation is excited to introduce a new program. We are now offering a basketball league for Kindergarten aged kids. Itty Bitty basketball is a six week instructional course for Kindergartners to learn about the sport and simple fundamentals of basketball and to most importantly, have fun! Participants will learn together and be split into teams for scrimmages used for teaching each week. This clinic will play with a smaller ball and lowered baskets and will be organized by the Tremonton Recreation Staff. Sessions will be taught on Thursday nights at the County Fairgrounds. See the “Youth Sports” section of this guide for more detailed information.

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Volunteer Service Award Recipients In August 2015, Tremonton City had the opportunity to showcase our City and the surrounding areas to the rest of the State, the Country, and an international audience by hosting the Stage 2 start of the LHM Tour of Utah. We were able to make a positive impression on those who participated in, and watched the Tour of Utah. Steve Miller, President of LHM Sports Properties, mentioned in a live broadcast that he was extremely impressed with the enthusiasm and hospitality of our community. Tremonton City would like to say Thank You to all of the people and companies who volunteered their time and resources to make the Tremonton stage memorable. We live in a great place with great people.

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Thank You: Tremonton

Tour of Utah Volunteers

For those who have not volunteered, we need you. We understand that everyone is “busy,” but if everyone is “busy” then who is going to take the time for the kids? Don’t always expect someone else will do it. Take an active part in your child’s life. If you do, you will find it is fun and rewarding. You can make a difference. *To all those who have unselfishly taken the time to coach a team or volunteer in anyway, we thank you, please continue!

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Benefitting Tremonton Food Pantry

Food Pantry Parking Lot (200 S. Tremont St.)

5k Starts 10 am - Tot Trot 1 Mile starts at 10:30

Registration @ 9:15 am

First 150 Registered receives Free Turkey Trot Shirt

Cost: Generous donation of food pantry items Awards for each age division and best costume

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Daddy - Daughter

Dance

Saturday, February 6

FairGrounds - Fine Arts Building 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Tremonton City is hosting an elegant evening for Fathers and daughters of all ages that they'll never forget. This exciting event includes a live DJ, dessert buffet, and commemorative keepsake photo. Father figures welcomed. Best dress attire. Advanced ticket purchase necessary. Tickets: $20 per Couple $5 per additional daughter Purchase tickets online @ tremontoncity.com/parks-and-recreation or at the tremonton city office.


Events

Tremonton Lights

Nov. 25 – Jan. 1 nightly at 5:30 p.m. Civic Center Commons (by City Office) Tremonton Lights has brought people from all over Northern Utah and Southern Idaho to witness this Christmas Light Show and help get them in the Christmas spirit. Located in the Heart of Tremonton at 102 South Tremont Street, the show will run between Nov. 25 and Jan. 1, starting at 5:30 p.m. each night. It can best be seen in the parking lot to the south of the lights. Make sure to tune into the advertised radio station to watch the lights dance to the music. Feel free to send a letter to Santa in the mail box he has left us in charge of checking for him.

Movie Series Friday, Dec. 18 Christmas Double Feature Box Elder County Fairgrounds Events Center 6 p.m. - The Polar Express 8 p.m. - Elf This event is FREE to the public. Bring lawn chairs, blankets or bean bag chairs. No soda is permitted in the building but water and popcorn will be available for purchase.

BR Chamber Banquet

Friday, Jan. 22 6 - 8 p.m. $25/person or $45/couple. RSVP to bearriverchamber@gmail.com or 435-282-0155. The Leader will present the annual Rytting Award Dec. 4, 2015 and Citizen of the Year Award. The Chamber will present Activities start at 4 p.m. the Business Person of the Year and the Business of the Civic Center Commons (By City Office) Year Award. Come celebrate the Holiday season with us and Activities will include a silent auction and raffle.

Holiday Extravaganza

watch this years Tremonton Lights Show. You won’t want to miss the Candy Cane Hunt, Christmas Arts & Crafts, Music, S’mores & Hot Chocolate, Hay Rides, and Santa said he is even going to make an appearance.

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Utah Jazz Game

Bowling Night

Jan. 29 7 p.m. against Minnesota TImberwolves Vouchers for tichets are available for sale at the Tremonton City office. The sooner vouchers are redeemed the better the seats.

March 12 at Bear River Bowl $25/person or $100/team. This event is sponsored by the Bear River Valley Chamber of Commerce. Entry price includes dinner, bowling and raffle tickets. Bring food donations for the food bank to get extra raffle tickets. Details at brvcc.com

Fun Shot Competition Feb. 11 at Fairgrounds Events Center 3 - 4 Grade - 3:30 pm 5 - 6 Grade - 4:15 pm 7 - 8 Grade - 5:00 pm 9 - 12 Grade - 5:30 pm The Fun Shot is sponsored by Tremonton Recreation and the Utah Jazz. A FREE event for all boys and girls currently in 3rd - 12th grade (it is not necessary to be registered in the Jr. Jazz Basketball program). Participants will each get 1 minute (2 rounds) to see how many points they can score from various “spots” on the floor. Each round scored and tallied. All 1st and 2nd place winners in each division will be able to advance to the regional competition and compete. The winners of each age group at the regional competition will advance to the Finals to compete against kids from all over Utah, Southern Idaho, and Western Wyoming on the Energy Solutions Arena floor prior to a Utah Jazz game. Finals participants and parents will also receive free tickets to the Utah Jazz game on Friday, Feb. 28, against the Milwaukee Bucks. Additional tickets for this game are available for $11 at the Tremonton City office. All tickets include a FREE hotdog and drink at Energy Solutions Arena.

Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 26 Jeanie Stevens Park 9 a.m. (Staggered start times)

Age groups: 0-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12

No baskets or bags. Parents may cheer from the sidelines.

Daddy Daughter Dance Saturday, Feb 6, 2016 from 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. County Fair Grounds Fine Arts Building $20 per couple; $5 for each additional daughter Tremonton City is holding its First annual Daddy/ Daughter Dance. Fathers and daughters of all ages are invited for an evening of refreshments and entertainment they’ll never forget. This exciting event includes a live DJ, dessert buffet, and commemorative keepsake photo. Father figures welcomed. Best dress attire is suggested. Advanced ticket purchase necessary.

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Youth Sports Programs

Our instructional youth programs encourage fun, personal excellence, and sportsmanship while preparing youth with the fundamental skills to progress successfully into competitive sports. All players will receive equal playing time and be given the opportunity to play different positions. Respect for players, coaches, and officials is required. Teams are organized based on the number of players registered. Siblings in the same leagues will be placed together on a team. Coaches will be granted their son or daughter on a team as well as one free player whose parent may be an assistant coach. In non-tournament leagues, players are placed on teams based on their physical address and split as equal as possible depending on grade, gender and the number of coaches in their area. In tournament leagues, players are split into teams as equal as possible by results of evaluations of each participant’s skill level preformed by the coaches at tryouts. Each coach then takes an equally divided team, along with the coach’s son or daughter and free player, to form their team. All players registered at the registration deadline will be on a team. All late registrations will be randomly placed on a team by the parks and recreation staff until the league is full.

Youth Basketball

Jr. Jazz, the longest-running youth basketball league in the NBA, has been shaping the face of local amateur sports since 1983. Jr. Jazz emphasizes the development of teamwork and fundamental basketball skills, accompanied by positive adult participation. Jr. Jazz is more than just Basketball games on Saturday. There is a Jazz player appearance, tickets to a Jazz game, Jr. Jazz Jersey and the FUNSHOT competition.

Jr. Jazz Tournament Leagues

Draft Times: Dec. 16: 6-8 Grade Girls - 6 p.m; 9-12 Grade Co-ed 8 p.m. Dec. 17: 5-6 Grade Boys - 6 p.m; 7-8 Grade Boys 8 p.m. Early Registration Deadline is Wednesday, Dec 2. Cost: $52 (Includes Jersey, Jazz Ticket, Games, Practices and Tournament) Practices are once a week on Tues, Weds, Thurs nights. Early times slots are reserved for younger leagues and chosen to work with coach’s schedules. Live Drafts will be held at the Fairgrounds Fine Arts Building.

Jr. Jazz Developing Leagues

3-5 Grade Girls 3-4 Grade Boys Early Registration Deadline is Wednesday, Dec. 2 Cost: $33 (Includes games, practices and participation award) $10 for Tremonton Jr. Jazz Jersey if needed. Navy and white Tremonton Jr. Jazz Jersey is Required. $15 for Jazz Game Ticket. Includes Drink and Hotdog. (Price set by the Utah Jr. Jazz Organization) $17.50 for game ticket, Jersey Combo. (Must be purchased at the Tremonton City Office) 3 - 4 Grade Boys and 3 - 5 Grade Girls will be separated by the Tremonton Recreation Staff.

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Lil’ Cubs Basketball

Early Registration Deadline is Monday Dec. 14. Cost: $25 (Includes instructor, games and participation award) $10 for Tremonton Jr. Jazz Jersey if needed. Navy and white Tremonton Jr. Jazz Jersey is Required. $15 for Jazz Game Ticket. Includes Drink and Hotdog. (Price set by the Utah Jr. Jazz Organization) $17.50 for game ticket, Jersey Combo. (Must be purchased at the Tremonton City Office) Lil’ Cubs basketball is part of the Jr. Jazz organization and is a 6 week instructional league for 1st and 2nd graders to learn a new basic skill of basketball each week followed by a scrimmage and to most importantly, have fun! League and teams will play with a smaller ball and lowered baskets and will be organized by the Tremonton Recreation Staff. Parents/Coaches Meeting: Please plan on attending our information meeting on Monday, Jan 4. 5:30 p.m., at the Tremonton City Public Works Building.

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Itty Bitty Basketball Skills Clinic

Early Registration Deadline is Monday Dec. 14. Cost: $25 (Includes instructor, Scrimmage’s and a youth sized basketball) $10 for Tremonton Jr. Jazz Jersey if needed. Navy and white Tremonton Jr. Jazz Jersey is Required. $15 for Jazz Game Ticket. Includes Drink and Hotdog. (Price set by the Utah Jr. Jazz Organization) $17.50 for game ticket, Jersey Combo. (Must be purchased at the Tremonton City Office) Itty Bitty basketball is also part of the Jr. Jazz organization and is a 6 week instructional course for Kindergartners to learn about the sport and simple fundamentals of basketball and to most importantly, have fun!. Participants will learn together and be split into teams for scrimmages used for teaching each week. This clinic will play with a smaller ball and lowered baskets and will be organized by the Tremonton Recreation Staff. Parents/Coaches Meeting: Please plan on attending our information meeting on Tuesday, Jan 5. 5:30 pm at the Tremonton City Public Works Building.


Youth Bowling

5 Things to know about bowling 1. It dosen’t matter if you aren’t very good - That’s what the handicap is for. 2. Equipment - The bowling ally has those awesome shoes and “house balls” for you to use. 3. Timing - How many other opportunities do we have to get out with friends on weekdays during winter. 4. Seriousness - what is serious about throwing a really heavy ball at tall, thin pins trying to knock them all over. It’s all about having fun, meeting new friends and learning new skills. 5. You’ll get better and you’ll have FUN! League is on Wednesday afternoons at 4 p.m., at the Bear River Bowling Center and runs for eight weeks, two games each week starting Jan. 6. Participants will learn how to bowl, keep score, play tournaments, make friends and have FUN! All youth ages 8-18 are invited to participate. Sign up at the Tremonton City Office. Cost is $40. BRV Bowling T-Shirt is $5

Youth Soccer

Early Registration Deadline is Thursday, March 3. Cost: K - 8th grade Registration is $20 Tournament Leagues: 4-5 Co-ed, 6-8 Co-ed. Played on full sized field Game Leagues: K-1 Girls & K-1 Boys; 2-3 Girls & 2-3 Boys. Played on short sided field with modified rules. Games are played on Wednesday or Thursday evenings and Saturday Mornings.

Lil’ Cub Soccer

Early Registration Deadline is Thursday, March 3. Cost: $25, includes shirt and soccer ball. For kids turning 5 by Aug. 1, 2015, entering kindergarten fall of 2015. This great instructional league introduces you child to the sport of soccer, its rules, the field, basic skills and how to play the game itself. Games are played on Tuesday evenings and run 6 weeks.

Karate

Registration Deadline: Feb 1 Cost: $40 Location: Tremonton City public works building Dates: Eight week course on Wednesday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., starting Feb. 3 KARATE is not just a Martial Art. It is a fun way for both boys and girls to achieve fitness and focus. The martial arts help teach self-discipline and socialization skills. Beginner Karate lessons for kids ages 6 - 12 will begin on Wednesday, Feb. 3. In this 8 week course participants will learn basic self-defense tactics and positions. It will cover basic fundamentals such as: punching, kicking, stance and defenses. It will instill greater self-esteem, self-confidence, self-discipline, and control plus it is a great way to stay in shape.

Spring Soccer

The world’s most popular sport continues to grow at the youth level in the United States. Our youth soccer program will introduce young athletes to the game and enable them to build their skills, speed, strength, and stamina. Our youth soccer leagues emphasize total player development, the building of team dynamics, and healthy competition. Specially designed game rules ensure that individual players get more touches with the ball and more opportunities to learn, grow, and succeed on the field.

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Adult Sports Programs

All participants in our Adult Sport Leagues and Programs must by 16 years old or older. A late fee of $25 will be added on to all late registrations. Want to play but don’t have a team, Come sign up as a free agent. Do you want to put a team together but can’t find enough players, check the free agent list. There is no excuse not to be playing.

Womens Volleyball

Looking for a great way to stay active in the cold winter months? Sign up for one of our women’s volleyball leagues! The start of the 2016 Women’s Volleyball Leagues is closer than you think. Don’t be left out! Early Registration Deadline is Jan. 4. Cost: $200 League plays a double header each week on Monday nights starting Jan. 11.

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Pickleball

Cost: $30 per session Session 1: Play begins Jan. 13 Session 2: Play Begins Feb. 26 Pickleball is the most exciting sport sweeping the country. Part tennis, part badminton, but loads of fun. This racquet sport, is played on a 20’ x 40’ court or a gymnasium floor, is great for racquet sport enthusiasts, but limits the amount of required mobility to play the game. Great for all ages, from children to seniors. This is a great way to stay active and in shape. Very easy to learn and safe to play. Join now and have the time of your life. Sessions will be six weeks long on Friday nights. No Partner Needed! - Ladder League: Players will be placed on the league ladder ac-

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cording to their winning percentage each week. At the end of six weeks we will drop your two lowest scores to determine the winners.

Co-ed Soccer

This is the perfect league for all adults in our area. 6 v 6 Grass Soccer on a short sided field using futsal rules makes the game fast and exciting for players and spectators. Put the cold of winter behind you and get out and play. Early Registration Deadline is Friday, March 3. Cost: $200 League Play is on Monday nights starting on March 14 (depending on field conditions).


Library Events Tremonton Library Children’s Halloween Craft Day

Oct. 23 There will be a free children’s Halloween crafts available all day at the Tremonton City library.

Garland Library Children’s Halloween Crafts & Teen Movie

Oct. 29 Story hour and Halloween crafts at 4 p.m. Teen Movie Night at 6 p.m.

Garland Library Children’s Thanksgiving Craft

Nov. 19 Thanksgiving craft story hour 4 p.m. Teen craft turkey 6 p.m.

Tremonton Library Children’s Thanksgiving Craft

Nov. 20 Free Thanksgiving crafts will be available all day at the library.

Tremonton Library Children’s Christmas Activity

Dec. 14, 6 - 8 p.m. Free to the public. Children can come and participate in fun Christmas activities and see Santa at the Tremonton City Library.

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Garland Library Children’s Christmas Party Dec. 17 Santa story hour 4 p.m. Teen craft 6 p.m.

Garland Library Story Hour

Jan. 21 Winter Wonderland story hour 4 p.m. Teen craft 6 p.m.

Tremonton Library Children’s Party

Jan. 30, 2 - 4 p.m. Tickets on sale Jan. 4. Sign up sheet at the library, space is limited. Must sign up in advance. Cost is $2 per ticket. Children’s crafts and activities with a fun trest will be held at the Tremonton Senior Center.

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Garland Library Children’s Valentine’s Party Feb. 11 Story hour 4 p.m. Teen craft 6 p.m.

Tremonton Library Children’s Party

Feb. 27, 2 - 4 p.m. Tickets on sale Jan. 1. Sign up sheet at the library, space is limited. Must sign up in advance. Cost is $2 per ticket. Children’s crafts and activities with a fun treat will be held at the Tremonton Senior Center.

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Tremonton Library Children’s St. Patrick’s Day Craft

March 17 Children can come to the library to participate in free and fun St. Patrick’s Day crafts. Event will be all day.

Garland Library Children’s St. Patrick’s Day Craft March 17 Story hour 4 p.m. Teen Craft 6 p.m.

Garland Library Children’s Easter Party

Garland Library Children’s Spring Party April 21 Wind & Rain story hour 4 p.m.

Tremonton Library Children’s Dia Celebration

April 2016 Dia Celebration is a celebration of children and books. Join us for a multicultural puppet show and fun activities at the Tremonton Senior Center. Event is free.

March 24 Easter party story hour 4 p.m.

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Tremonton Parks & Recreation

Winter/Spring 2015-16 Calendar October

30 - Bear River Chamber Trick or Treat Day 4 - 6 p.m. - Midland Square 31 - HALLOWEEN

November

3 - Election Day. Get out and vote 11 - Veterans Day. Thank a Veteran 14 - Turkey Trot 5K Fun Run 9:15 a.m. Food Pantry Parking Lot 25 - Tremonton Lights. 5:30 p.m. nightly Civic Center Commons Grass 26 - THANKSGIVING

December

2 - Jr. Jazz Registration Deadline Grades 3-12 4 - Holiday Extravaganza 4 p.m. City Office Grass 11-12 - Cowboy Christmas, Box Elder County Fairgrounds 14 - Jr. Jazz Registration Deadline for grades Kindergarten - 2nd grade 16 - Live drafts for 5-6 grade boys 6 p.m. & 7 - 8 grade boys at 8 p.m. @ Box Elder Fairgrounds 17 - Live draft for 6-8 grade girls 6 p.m. & 9 - 12 grade co-ed 8 p.m. @ Box Elder Fairgrounds 25 - CHRISTMAS DAY

January

1 - NEW YEARS DAY Tremonton Lights Display Ends 4 - Women’s volleyball registration ends 4 - Youth bowling registration ends 4 - Lil Cubs basketball parent meeting 5:30 p.m. Public Works Building

5 - Itty Bitty basketball parent meeting 5:30 p.m. Public Works Building 6 - Youth bowling starts 7 - Women’s volleyball managers meeting 5:30 p.m. recreation office 9 - Jr. Jazz basketball games start 11 - Women’s volleyball games start 14 - Itty Bitty basketball starts 15 - Pickleball leauge 1st session starts 18 - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 22 - Chamber Banquet 6 p.m. 29 - Utah Jazz Game 7 p.m.

February

1 - Youth karate registration ends 3 - Youth karate starts 6 - Daddy Daughter Dance Box Elder Fairgrounds 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. 10 - Jr. Jazz Fun Shot / 3PT Contest Box Elder County Fairgrounds 10 - Jr. Jazz sportsmanship games Box Elder County Fairgrounds 26 - Pickleball league 2nd session starts

March

2 - Jr. Jazz championship night 3 - Youth soccer registration ends 3 - Adult soccer registration ends 10 - Adult soccer manager meeting 5:30 p.m. recreation office 12 - Bowling night at Bear River Bowl (Chamber event) 16 - Live draft for 4-5 grade soccer 5:30 p.m. Stevens Park 17 - Live draft for 6-8 grade soccer 5:30 p.m. Stevens park 26 - Easter Egg Hunt 9 a.m. Stevens Park 27 - Easter Sunday 29-31 - Youth soccer starts

All program registrations are held at the Tremonton City Offices, 102 S. Tremont St. (435) 257-9485 All dates are current at time of printing, and are subject to change.

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2015-16 Winter/Spring Program Guide  

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2015-16 Winter/Spring Program Guide  

Come Join the Fun with Tremonton Parks and Recreation programs!

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