Sherman Parks and Recreation 2019 Spring Activity Guide

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2019 Spring ISSUE SPRING / 2019

Sherman Parks & Recreation -



1002 N. Music St. PO Box 1106 Sherman, TX 75090



Manager’s Message






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Theresa Hutchinson - Parks and Recreation Manager

Adult Athletics



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Phone: 903-892-7344 Fax: 903-813-0815


Ben Reeves - Athletic Coordinator


Dylan Johnson - Recreation Coordinator


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Jimmy Mrozinski - Parks Maintenance Superintendent


Patsy Howard - Senior Center Activities Coordinator


Deena Murray - Recreation Specialist / Seniors


Jordon Outlaw - Recreation Specialist / Athletics


Rachel Baker - Recreation Specialist / Aquatics


Michelle Rollins - Administrative Specialist



Spring 2018 PARKS AND RECREATION FACILITIES ▶ Austin St. Playground

-Austin Street North of Center

▶ Herman Baker Park

-2500 W. Center St.

▶ Binkley Park

-101 Binkley Park Dr.

▶ Hillcrest Park

-1205 Hillcrest

▶ Center St. Park

-1401 W. Center St.

▶ Lucy Kidd

-405 N. Rusk

▶ Cherry St. Park

-401 Cherry Park Dr.

▶ Martin Luther King Jr. Park

-922 N. East St.

▶ Ely Park

-919 S. Austin St.

▶ Old Settlers Park

-1609 N. Harrison

▶ Fairview Park

-1121 W. Taylor St.

▶ Pecan Grove East

-2300 Pecan Grove Rd.

▶ Fielder Park

-1100 E. Pecan

▶ Pecan Grove West

-3200 Canyon Creek Dr.

▶ Glennie O’ Ham

-1002 N. Music St.

▶ Rosedale Park

-1400 S. Gribble

▶ Hawn Park

-1202 S. Dewey

▶ Taylor St. Gym

-1424 Taylor St.

Youth Sports Associations

Social Media

Sherman Youth Sports (SYSA) - baseball, softball, football, and cheer Texoma Soccer Association (TSA) - Soccer Texoma Lacrosse- Lacrosse


Sherman Parks & Recreation Manager’s Message - Hawn Skatepark After several months of planning, the Hawn Skate Park is now open. Earlier in the year, Parks and Recreation contracted with SPA Skateparks out of Austin to design and build a new skate park at Hawn Park. SPA led two community input sessions to find out what the skateboarding community in Sherman wanted in a new Skatepark. Approximately 35 people attended each meeting and gave considerable input. SPA came back with three designs and the final design was chosen by the citizens. In June, the old Skatepark was demolished by City staff and construction began in August. The Skatepark draws a wide variety of ages and skill levels. The Skatepark is intended for skateboards, in-line skates, roller skates, scooters, and BMX freestyle bikes (with covered pegs) only. The Skatepark is equipped with lights that will turn on each evening at dark and closes at midnight each night. Users are encouraged to use helmets and other protective gear. Adult supervision is required for children under the age of 10. We hope that everyone who visits the Skatepark will realize that it is a unique Skatepark that really was the creation of the people of Sherman. Users are encouraged to take care of the park by picking up their own trash and making it a friendly and inviting area for everyone. Vandalism and graffiti will not be tolerated and will result in closure of the Skatepark for a minimum of 48 hours. Parks and Recreation is planning on hosting special events at the Skatepark in 2019. If you are interested in being a part of the planning process, please contact Parks and Rec at 903-892-7344.

Special Notes Swim Lesson Registration will start on April 1 for Sherman Residents and April 15 for Non- Residents Reserve The Splash for your Summer Party! Sherman Residents can reserve beginning May 1, and May 15 for Non- Residents


Spring 2018 SPECIAL EVENTS Daddy Daughter Dance Dads get your dancing shoes on and spend the night with that special little girl in your life. The Daddy Daughter Dance is the perfect way to spend some quality time with your daughter. We welcome all fathers and father figures to come party with us. To accommodate everyone, we will be hosting 2 dances. Date: February 2 Time: 3PM-5PM, 7PM-9PM Location: Municipal Building 405 N. Rusk St. Price: $20 per couple, additional $5 per daughter. The couple price raises $5 after Jan. 25

Mardi Paw Let’s celebrate Man’s best friend on Mardi Gras weekend. Dogs will be scattered throughout the newly added Dog Park to bring a little fun, laughter, and education to your life. We will have visits from local pet groomers, trainers, and vets to make sure little Fido is looking good and healthy. We will have contests to celebrate the best dressed and happiest little dogs. This free event will be sure to put a smile on your pooches face. Date: March 9 Time: 10AM-12PM Location: Sherman Dog Park (North West side of Fairview Park) Price: FREE

Leprechaun Marathon Heart, Stars, and Horseshoes are not the only things in common in this adventure. Partake in the hunt, searching for Lucky and his Pot O’ Gold. Begin at the Sherman Parks and Recreation Office and complete your activity that will give you a clue to another park and another activity. Groups must provide their own transportation throughout the adventure. Date: March 16 Time: 9AM-11AM Location: Will begin at the Parks and Recreation Office (1002 N Music St.), but continues throughout Sherman Price: $5/ group


Sherman Parks & Recreation SPECIAL EVENTS (cont’d) Flashlight Egg Hunt


This is a fun twist on the average egg hunt. Bring your flashlights as we will be hunting those candy filled eggs in the dark at Pecan Grove West. If you are lucky, you might just find the prize egg. This egg hunt is meant for kids between the ages of 9-14, and all hunters should be able to hunt eggs alone in the dark

What kid is going to say no to an egg hunt? Everyone wants to see the excitement those kids have when they open that first egg. This egg hunt is designed for kids 9 years old and younger. We will even have a special guest come hopping around to take pictures with the little ones. Date: April 13 Time: 10AM (Don’t be late or you might miss out) Location: Fairview Open Soccer Fields Price: FREE

Date: April 12 Time: 8:30PM (Don’t be late or you might miss out) Location: Pecan Grove West Price: $3 per hunter Age: 9-14

Family Fun Picnic After the Eggstravaganza stay with us to play games and have a hot dog lunch. We will bring out fun activities for families to play together while enjoying the beautiful outdoors. Kids will be having so much fun, they will forget about all the candy they just got. We will fire up the grill and serve fresh hotdogs for everyone. Date: April 13 Time: 10:15- 12:30PM Location Fairview Open Soccer Fields Price: Free

Touch a Truck Climbing, Driving, and Honking! Get ready to get all over those fun trucks and heavy equipment. At Pecan Grove West we will bring together the best vehicles that Sherman has to offer to allow your little ones to explore them. Each department in the City will have vehicles representing what they do, along with other vehicles within the city. Sherman Animal Shelter will also be there with lovable pets available to adopt. Date: April 27 Time: 10AM-2PM Location: Pecan Grove West Price: FREE


Spring 2018 CLASSES Crocheting for Beginners

Challenge Walk

No experience needed! Winter is here and along with that comes the colder weather. What better time to crochet ear warmers, scarves, or baby blankets? In this class you will learn the basic abbreviations and crocheting in rows. On the second day, we will elaborate on abbreviations, terms, and go over the same project. If time allows, embellishments will be added.

Did you make that New Year’s Resolution to get healthy? Do you need a little more motivation? The Sherman Parks and Recreation staff is challenging everyone to walk more. Participate in our Challenge walk and receive a free pedometer. Each week you must submit your total steps walked. Achieve certain goals and receive prizes for those goals. Group walks will be organized to encourage you and help you to be successful.

Date: Jan. 14-15 Time 9AM-11AM Location: Parks and Recreation Activity Center Price: $25 per student Age: 16+

Group walks will be the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. Times: 5:30pm Locations: Vary and will be notified monthly Price: $10


Sherman Parks & Recreation CLASSES (cont’d) Hunter Education

Hunter Education 101: Outdoor Survival

Hunting the right way is something that every hunter needs to know. This class covers topics such as firearm and hunting safety, hunting ethics, and wildlife conservation. This is a must attend class for all hunters, but especially younger hunters.

This hands- on seminar is designed for family members of all ages to learn more about surviving in the outdoors. Topics covered will include shelters, warmth, and food and fresh water. This workshop is perfect for anyone that is preparing to camp, stay long nights outside, hike, or just wants to enjoy the outdoors.

Date: Jan. 12 Time: 8AM-3PM Location: Sherman Parks and Recreation Price: $15 Age: 9+

Date: Feb. 9 Time: 8AM-12PM Location: Sherman Parks and Recreation Price: $15 Age 9+

Spring Youth Volleyball TBD Late January $55 per child Age group 4th-6th grade or age 9-12 Games will be played on Tuesdays and Thursdays and Saturdays as needed

Sticky Fingers What kid doesn’t love getting a little messy? Bring the little ones to work on craft projects that they can be proud to bring home. Each class will have a specifically designed project to correlate with the season and to inspire the young ones to get creative. Dates: Thursdays Jan. 17-Feb. 14 Time: 11AM-12PM Location: Parks and Recreation - Activity Center Price: $20 for the entire session or $5 per class Age: 1-4


Spring 2018 Jazzercise

ATS Belly Dancing

Burn up to 600 calories in one fun and powerfully effective 60-minute total body workout. Every Jazzercise group dance fitness class combines dance-based cardio with strength training and stretching to sculpt, tone and lengthen muscles for maximum fat burn. Choreographed to today’s hottest music, Jazzercise is a fusion of jazz dance, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, and kickboxing. Start dancing yourself fit and change the shape of your body today!

You can expect an engaging, fun, supportive and challenging atmosphere in class. ATS is a low-impact weight bearing form of exercise that works with the body’s natural inclinations to strengthen and condition the body. Intro classes present the basic ATS vocabulary. Students will follow the instructor as they learn and refine movements during a six week period. Using both slow movements and fast steps, we’ll get you dancing in your first class! This class has plenty of review built in; therefore you may drop in at any time. Students should wear yoga pants and a comfortable tee shirt. Your sisters in dance welcome you with open arms! Instructed by Heather Emory, Shonkista Stephens and Jessica Alva of Little Goddess Trybe.

Dates: Morning Mon-Fri 8:15-9:15 Evenings Mon- Thur 5:30-6:30 Location: Parks and Recreation Activity Center Price: $38 per month + $30 one time joining fee

Dates: Wednesdays Feb. 6-March 13 March 27-May 1 Times: Beginner 6:30PM-7:30PM Intermediate 7:30PM-8:30PM Advanced 8:30PM-9:30PM Location: Parks and Recreation- Activity Center Price: $60/ 6 week class or $12/ class

Highland Dance Highland Dancing is native to Scotland. It is a vigorous form of dance requiring great strength and agility. Initial classes will focus on basic dance skills and technique. Students will learn the Highland Fling, the Sword Dance, and other traditional dances as they progress. Previous dance experience is not required, but would be helpful! Students already familiar with Highland Dance will have the opportunity to learn new steps and dances. More experienced students will have the opportunity to take exams, do performances, and compete at Highland Gatherings. Dates: Mondays Levels and Times: Highland Tots (age 4-6) 10AM-10:45AM Homeschool Highland 1 (ages 6+) 11AM-12PM Highland 1 (ages6+) 4:15PM-5:15PM Location: Glennie O Ham (1002 N Music St.) Price: Tots- $40/month Homeschool Highland 1- $50/ month Highland 1- $55/ month ($5 discount for second sibling)


Sherman Parks & Recreation CLASSES (cont’d) Sherman STEM Exploring science encourages kids to be creative and learn. Our STEM program encourages students to apply information learned in our school system with ordinary objects. Kids will get to be hands on with science and not just in a book. Each week we will have different experiments that will teach aspects of science, technology, engineering, and math. Dates: Wednesdays Feb. 20-March 27 Time: 4PM-5PM Location: Sherman Parks and Recreation Price: $25 per student Age 5th-7th grade or age 10-13

Coach J Next Level Training

Little Gardeners

Become faster, stronger and more athletic by improving your quickness, coordination and speed for Basketball and Soccer. Drills are designed to help develop good form, increase flexibility, speed, strength, endurance and improve your overall performance. Next Level Training is focused on development of athletic performance and competition at every level.

Spring is the time to work the soil and get those beautiful sprigs popping up. For 6 weeks students and parents will learn how to grow a plant from a seed, how your soil effects your plant, and how to transplant into bigger pots. Each student will be responsible for their own plant for the duration of the class. The skills learned in the class can be used for any gardening adventures. Parents are encouraged to attend classes and help their children.

Dates: Tuesdays - Basketball Thursdays - Soccer Times: 4:15PM-5:30PM Location: Taylor St. Gym Price: $80/ Month $180/ season (Jan., Feb, March)

Dates: Tuesdays beginning March 26-April 30 Times: 5:30-6:30PM Location: Sherman Parks and Recreation Price: $10/ child Age: 5-10


Spring 2018 The Art of Magic

Spanish For Beginners

The mystery of magic has always been intriguing to people. It has the ability to impress and confuse people at the same time. The Art of Magic is being taught by a true professional within our community. Practicing magic for over 14 years Rudy Reynoso will grow your magic skills quickly. This four week class will go over the history, evolution, and performance of magic. Each student will leave the class learning several magic tricks and the art of showmanship. Each student will need to bring their own normal deck of bicycle cards to class.

We live in Texas where Spanish is almost just as common as English. This introductory course into Spanish will help even the most novice Spanish speakers feel comfortable with the language. Throughout the course participants can expect to learn conversational Spanish. The final in the class will be at a Spanish speaking establishment such as a restaurant where all participants will order/ purchase in Spanish.

Dates: Tuesdays March 5-April 23 Time: 6:30PM-7:30PM Location: Parks and Recreation- Glennie O’ Ham Price: $60/ 8 weeks Age: 13+

Dates: Tuesdays/ Thursdays March 12-April 18 Times: 5:30PM- 7PM Location: Parks and Recreation Price: $35/ session Age: 16+

Adult Social Tennis

Lifeguard Class

Meet new tennis players from your own community at Adult Social Tennis. On the first Monday of the month. The Parks and Recreation will block off a couple of tennis courts for adult social play for a couple of hours. When you arrive, you do not need to already have a partner to play with or against. Simply bring your racket and a can of balls, and we will schedule you an opponent, and partner if playing doubles. After a couple of hours of play, join your new friends at a restaurant/ bar for a social hour.

Want to be a lifeguard? Do you know someone that wants a summer job? Lifeguard training class will be held over spring break. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to work at any pool that recognizes The American Red Cross lifeguarding certification. This is the first step in the door if you are interested in working at the Splash this summer!

Date: First Monday of the Month beginning in March (March 4, April 1) Times: 5:30PM-7:30PM Location: Fairview Tennis Courts (drinks at varying locations) Price: Free (To Play)

Date: March 14-17 Time: 6PM-10PM Thurs. & Fri. 9AM-7PM Sat. & Sun. Location: Austin College Natatorium Price: $175 Age: 15+


Sherman Parks & Recreation CLASSES (cont’d) Literati Book Club

Shutterbug Club

Enjoy reading? So do we! We would love to get to connect with you and read the things that you are interested in. Be a part of the Literati Book Club and read books with other people and discuss themes of the books. The Club meets the second Tuesday of the month.

Photography is the name of the game. Join us in this free club that meets the fourth Monday of the month. Each month there is a photography assignment. We will discuss pictures that are submitted and learn from each other how to take better photographs. The upcoming assignments are:

Time: 6PM Location: Senior Center Price: Free

Jan. 28- Manipulation Feb. 25- What is it? March 25- Soft April 22- Photo Walk Time: 7PM Location: Senior Center Price: Free


Spring 2018 Adult Softball Leagues

Adult Athletics

Men’s Spring Training Deadline for registration February 22nd $100 deposit per team due by deadline- league total will be $325 1 division (4 homeruns a game) Minimum 8 Games League starts March 5th

Adult Volleyball Indoor/ Outdoor League Deadline for registration April 19 $125 per coed team (3/3) League Starts April 23

Mixed Spring Fling Deadline for registration February 22nd $100 deposit per team due by deadline- league total will be $325 3 Divisions: Competitive (4 homeruns a game) Middle of the Road (2 homeruns a game) Just for Fun (No homeruns a game) 6 teams per division Minimum 8 games League starts March 7th Minimum 3 girls on a team

Sherman Church Men’s Fellowship Deadline to register February 22nd $ 100 deposit per team due by deadline- league total will be $325 1 division (2 homeruns a game) Minimum 8 games League starts March 8th

4th Annual Ball Drop Men’s Softball Tournament Deadline for registration January 2nd Tournament will be played January 5th Double Elimination Tournament Entry fee is $150 per team

Ultimate Frisbee March 11th Ending October 14th Free play will be held on Mondays from 7:30-9:30PM Played at Center St. Come and play for free

Dink into Spring Pickleball Tournament Deadline for registration April 5 Games played on April 6 Men’s Doubles and Mixed Doubles $20 per team or $25 if registering for both divisions All Levels and ages welcome

Cornhole Tournament Game will be played April 13 Downtown during Craft the Night Away $20 per team


Sherman Parks & Recreation Sherman Public Library Come see us at the newly renovated Sherman Public Library at 421 N. Travis St. To stay up to date about events and programs, Like and follow us on Facebook (Sherman Public Library) and Twitter (@ SPLFriends). You can visit our website ( or call us at 903-8927240 for more information. Baby and Me Storytime

Create Club

Enjoy a sweet time with your baby! Baby and Me offers your child and you a lot of time for cuddling, singing, and rhyming. Everything we do is designed for our youngest learners and you!

Do you love to create masterpieces using 3D pens, technology, paint and more? Come join our Create Club, just for kids ages 9-12! Snacks and activities are included. To sign up, please call Youth Services Librarian Melissa Salazar at 903-892-7240.

Winter dates: every Monday from January 7-February 25 Spring dates: every Monday from March 18-April 29 Time: 10:00AM to 10:30AM Location: Children’s Programming Room, 421 N. Travis, Sherman Ages: Birth to 18 Months

Every other Thursday, 4:15 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Dates: January 10 & 24, February 14 & 28, March 28, April 11 & 25, May 9 & 23, 2019. Location: Children’s Programming Room, 421 N Travis, Sherman Ages 9-12

Sherman Library Storytime

SPLAT! Sherman Public Library Advisory Team

Our Storytime is full of books, music, puppets, and finger plays. Kids earn new paperbacks every 4th week. Older and younger children are welcome to attend: however, the free books are reserved for children 18 months-5 years old.

Teens ages 12-18 are invited to join SPLAT! Have book talks, choose materials, play games, plan programs and more. All SPLAT! members are required to fill out an application form, which you can get by visiting the library’s website: or coming by the library.

Winter dates: every Tuesday and Wednesday January 8-February 27 Spring dates: every Tuesday and Wednesday March 19-May 1 Time: 10:00AM to 10:45AM Location: Children’s Programming Room, 421 N. Travis, Sherman Ages: 18 Months to 5 Years Old

Dates: Every 3rd Thursday of the month January: No meeting, February 14, March 21, April 18, May 16 Time: 5:00PM to 5:45PM Location: Children’s Programming Room, 421 N. Travis, Sherman Ages: 12-18


Spring 2018 Authorfest with Pablo Cartaya

Sonata, Music in the Library

Date: January 17 Time: 6:00 PM Cost: Free Author: Pablo Cartaya Location: Sherman Public Library

Free violin lessons for children ages 6 through 8 years old! Kids will learn to read music and how to play the violin. Sonata I is for our beginning group and Sonata II is for kids who have some experience with violin. There is no cost for this program, but space is limited and reservations are required. We will begin to take reservations Tuesday January 1. If you have any questions, please email the Youth Librarian, Ms. Melissa at or call her at 903-892-7240.

Award-winning author Pablo Cartaya will visit the Sherman Public Library on Thursday, January 17 at 6:00 p.m. The Friends of the Sherman Public Library will have his books for sale at the library presentation and Mr. Cartaya will be available for autographs after the program. This program is free and a once-in-alifetime opportunity to meet a nationally known author! Authorfest is sponsored by the Friends of the Sherman Public Library and the Sherman Independent School District. Visit for more information about this popular author. For any additional information: Contact Name - Melissa Salazar Contact Phone - 903-892-7240 Contact Email -

Sonata I (beginning violin): Every Monday from January 7-April 15 Time: 4:00PM to 4:45PM Location: Children’s Programming Room, 421 N. Travis, Sherman Ages: 6-8 Sonata II (some violin experience): Every Tuesday from January 8-April 16 Time: 4:00PM to 4:45PM Location: Children’s Programming Room, 421 N. Travis, Sherman Ages: 6-8

BOOK SALE to benefit the Friends of the Sherman Public Library Funds raised both days by the sale go to support library materials and programs which are available to the general public. Call the Library at 903-892-7240 with any questions or for information about volunteering or donating. Date: Saturday, January 12 Time: 8:00 am to 2:00 pm Location: 1000 N East St, Sherman, TX 75090 (Building used as temporary library) Price: Books and materials from $.25 to $1.00 each Age: All ages


Sherman Parks & Recreation



Time for our annual washer pitching tournament! Grab a partner and test your skill pitching washers against other teams. Always a lot of fun and the winning team is awarded a prize and has their name engraved on our Washer Pitching Plaque displayed in the game room. We will have refreshments available as well so those cheering on their favorite team should register in the office also. Date of tournament is Thursday, January 24th, 1:00 p.m. Deadline to register is Tuesday, January 22nd.

Starting in January we will have new ideas for Craft Classes. For the January Craft Class we will be making Valentine Mailboxes and everyone at the center will vote for a winner. Come and join in the fun. After the contest you may take your mailbox home to display for Valentine’s Day.

Date: Time: Location: Cost:


Thursday, January 24 1:00 p.m. Community Room, Senior Center 1500 N Broughton, Sherman, TX Free

Date: Time: Location: Cost:

Tuesday, January 15 4:30 p.m. Craft Room, Senior Center $5.00



We will again be having our hilarious rendition of this popular game show in celebration of Valentine’s Day. All married couples are urged to sign up and join the fun. Deadline to register to play is Monday, February 12. The fun begins at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 14. Everyone is encouraged to join the “audience” and enjoy refreshments with us.

It’s that time again…TAX TIME. AARP will again be sponsoring free tax aide preparation to low and moderate income taxpayers, 50 and older. Trained tax preparers will be available to help you with any concerns or questions you have. They will be at the Senior Center every Friday, beginning February 1 through April 12, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Please be sure to bring ALL relevant tax documents with you, a list of these will be available in the center office.

Date: Time: Location: Cost:

Wednesday, February 14 2:00 p.m. Dining Room Free

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Every Friday, February – April 12 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Community Room Free

MARCH ST. PATRICK’S DAY CELEBRATION The Irish know how to celebrate so we will be taking a cue from them and having a St. Patrick’s Day Celebration on Friday, March 15, 1:30 p.m. We will have games and refreshments and lots of fun. Come join us, register by Wednesday, March 13, to attend. Date: Time: Location: Cost:

Friday, March 15 1:30 p.m. Dining Room Free


Sherman Parks & Recreation SHERMAN SENIOR CENTER (Cont’d) APRIL EASTER MEAL Easter is Sunday, April 21 so we will celebrate here at the center on Good Friday, April 19. The meal program will not be open that day so the center will provide a lunch for everyone and then we will follow the meal with some fun Easter games, including our annual Easter Egg Toss. Please register in the office by Tuesday, April 16 to reserve your spot for lunch. Date: Time: Location: Cost:

Friday, April 19 11:30 a.m. Dining Room Free



All ladies, age 50+, are invited to attend our annual Mother’s Day Tea held the Friday before Mother’s Day. This year’s date is May 10th and the tea begins at 12:30 p.m. Ladies will enjoy varieties of hot tea and light refreshments and we will be making a teacup craft you may take home with you. Door prizes will be given away as well. Please register in the center office no later than Wednesday, May 8th, to reserve your spot.

May is Older Americans Month nationally. To honor our area seniors we will be hosting our annual Senior Appreciation Day at the Senior Center on Saturday, May 18, 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. The afternoon will feature games, refreshments and door prizes for seniors. All seniors age 50+ are invited, regardless of whether you have been to our center before, so tell all your friends and neighbors to come join the fun.

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May 10 12:30 p.m. Community Room Free

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Saturday, May 18 1:00-5:00 p.m. Dining Room Free

Spring 2018 SHERMAN TOURISM MAIN STREET MARDI GRAS Join us in the shops and restaurants downtown for our annual Sherman Main Street Mardi Gras Celebration! Play our themed game while collecting beads, listening to some great live jazz music, and having a fun time with friends in beautiful, historic downtown Sherman! Date: Time: Location: Price: Age Group:

Saturday, February 23 11:00am-5:00pm Downtown Sherman FREE to play All Ages, but please have an adult accompany kids under 15



St. Patrick’s Day is coming and Texoma Society of CELTS, Old Iron Post, and Sherman Main Street want to invite you to participate in our FIRST Annual St. Patrick’s Parade! Put on your green and come get festive with us in downtown Sherman! Erin Go Bragh!

Celtics have a rich heritage. Festival goers can expect to see classic Celtics games, dances, and music along with authentic cultural vendors. For the first year, this festival is expanding to a second day, and will be at a new location off of Fallon Dr. For more information about the event you can visit the website at

Date: Time: Location: Price: Age Group:

Date: Times: Location:

Saturday, March 16 11:00am Downtown Sherman FREE All Ages

March 23-24 9AM-6PM (Sat) and 10AM-5PM (Sun) 2190 Fallon Dr. (parking at Midway Mall)


The Splash opens in May! Swim Lesson Registration begins April 1 for Sherman Residents and Splash Party Reservations begin May 1 for Sherman Residents

The Sherman Dog Park is now open!

Visit with your best friend on the northwest corner of Fairview Park.

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