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Programs | Activities | Events | Parks | Open Space | Facilities


General Information

General Information Staff & Leadership

Park Administration

Larry Plummer, Superintendent lplummer@warsaw.in.gov Shaun Gardner, Maintenance Director sgardner@warsaw.in.gov

Parks Department Office

City of Warsaw Parks & Recreation | warsaw.in.gov/parks | (574) 372-9554

(Open year round)

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800 N. Park Avenue Warsaw, IN 46580

Sheila Wieringa, Recreation Director swieringa@warsaw.in.gov Heather Vogts, Administrative Asst. hvogts@warsaw.in.gov

Park Board Steve Haines, President

Phone: (574) 372-9554 Fax: (574) 372-9555

Larry Ladd, Vice-President Jill Beehler, Library Board Diane Quance, City Council Michelle Boxell, Member Noemi Ponce, Member

Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Mayor of Warsaw

Joseph Thallemer mayor@warsaw.in.gov

Park Hours of Operation May 1 - September 30

Open 6:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. Bixler, Central, Municipal, Nye Open 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Beyer, Funk, Hire, Kelly, Ker, Kiwanis, Lake City Greenway (Beyer Farm Trail), Lucerne, Krebs Trailhead, McKinley, Pike Lake Park/ Beach, Rarick, Richardson-DuBois, Rotary

October 1 - April 30

Open 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Beyer, Bixler, Central, Funk, Hire, Kelly, Ker, Kiwanis, Lake City Greenway (Beyer Farm Trail), Lucerne, Krebs Trailhead, McKinley, Municipal, Nye, Pike Lake Park/Beach, Rarick, Richardson-DuBois, Rotary

Boggs Recreation Area

Mantis Skate Park Basketball Courts (lighted)

See page 13 for dates & hours of operation Open 6:00 a.m. - 1:00 a.m. seasonal


After Hours Fishing Passes are available free of cost for fishing in the parks after normal operating hours. You may register for a fishing pass at the Park Office, 800 N. Park Avenue, during normal business hours. Passes do not require renewal unless you move or your personal information has changed. You must have your pass with you at all times when fishing on park property after hours. These passes do not replace state-issued fishing licenses.

Interested in Volunteering?

How to Register for a Program Option 1: Visit our office (see page 1 for locations). Option 2: Visit our website at www.warsaw.in.gov/parks Refunds: The Warsaw Parks & Recreation Department’s Program Refund Policy is available on our website and on the registration form. Photo Disclosure: Warsaw Parks & Recreation Department reserves the right to photograph programs and events for documentation and marketing purposes. If you do not wish to be included in this photography, please notify our staff.

Accessibility Assistance Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid of service for effective communication, or a modification of policies or procedures, to participate in a program, service, or activity of the City of Warsaw should contact the office of the City Planner Justin Taylor, 102 S. Buffalo Street, Warsaw, IN 46580 / Phone number (574) 372-9550, as soon as possible, but no later than 48-hours before the scheduled event.

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Volunteers are an important part of what makes our programs successful and possible for the community. We have almost every opportunity imaginable to suit your skills and interests. Visit warsaw.in.gov/volunteer and submit a Volunteer Interest Form today! E-mail us at parksevents@warsaw.in.gov for questions or additional information.

General Information

After Hours Fishing Pass

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Date

Program

10-May

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Date

Program

Page

Play & Build……………………………………….. 10

16-Jul

Concert - Smooth Edge 2……………………. 9

14-May

* Paint in the Park…………………………………. 15

17-Jul

Family Movie Night - Onward……………. 12

20-May

The Firefly Tour by Fort Wayne Ballet…. X

19-Jul

* Dino Dig…………………………………………….. 14

28-May

Concert - Cabildo……………………………….. 9

20-Jul

* Cooking Up Fun…………………………………. 13

4-Jun

Concert - Matt Gabriel……………………….. 9

21-Jul

Imagination Station…………………………… 14

5-Jun

Kids' Fishing Derby…………………………….. 10

23-Jul

Concert - Big Daddy Dupree………………. 9

7-Jun

Community Canoeing/Paddleboarding. 15

24-Jul

Community Canoeing/Paddleboarding. 15

8-Jun

* Wildlife Explorers………………………………. 15

26-Jul

Community Canoeing/Paddleboarding. 15

9-Jun

Imagination Station……………………………. 14

27-Jul

* Cooking Up Fun…………………………………. 13

11-Jun

Concert - Zach Day……………………………… 9

28-Jul

Imagination Station…………………………… 14

14-Jun

Play & Build……………………………………….. 10

30-Jul

Family Carnival………………………………….. 11

15-Jun

* Wildlife Explorers………………………………. 15

4-Aug

Slip 'n Slide Luau……………………………….. 10

16-Jun

Imagination Station……………………………. 14

6-Aug

Concert - Magnolia Soul…………………….. 9

18-Jun

Concert - Kari Holmes…………………………. 9

13-Aug

Concert - Whistle Pigs……………………….. 9

19-Jun

Community Canoeing/Paddleboarding. 15

14-Aug

Community Canoeing/Paddleboarding. 15

19-Jun

Family Movie Night - Croods 2……………. 12

14-Aug

21-Jun

Community Canoeing/Paddleboarding. 15

Family Movie Night - Raya & The Last Dragon……………………………………………….

22-Jun

* Wildlife Explorers………………………………. 15

20-Aug

Concert - Airtight……………………………….. 9

23-Jun

Imagination Station……………………………. 14

27-Aug

Concert - The Kingsmen…………………….. 9

25-Jun

Concert - Kennedy's Kitchen……………….. 9

17-Sep

* Paint in the Park………………………………… 15

28-Jun

* Stuff & Fluff………………………………………… 13

1-2 Oct

* Daddy's Little Sweetheart Dance……….. 13

29-Jun

* Wildlife Explorers………………………………. 15

8-Oct

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Fall Family Fun…………………………………... 11

30 Jun-4 Jul Scavenger Hunt………………………………….. 12

19-Nov

5-Jul

Community Canoeing/Paddleboarding. 15

3-Dec

6-Jul

* Cooking Up Fun………………………………….. 13

11-Dec

* Gingerbread Workshop……………………... 13

7-Jul

Imagination Station……………………………. 14

14-Jan

Family Game Night……………………………. 10

12-Jul

Play & Build……………………………………….. 10

4-5 Feb

* Daddy's Little Sweetheart Dance……….. 13

13-Jul

* Cooking Up Fun………………………………… 13

27-Feb

Prom & Bridal Expo……………………………. 11

14-Jul

Imagination Station……………………………. 14

16-Apr

* Brushes 'n Bunnies…………………………….. X

15-Jul

* Paint in the Park…………………………………. 15

14-May

* Princess Tea Party……………………………… X

* Requires Registration

* Paint in the Park………………………………… 15 Light Up The Night…………………………….. 12


The Gardens of Central Park Northeast End of Central Park Open April through October

Warsaw Biblical Gardens Bixler Park Open May 15 to September 15, Dawn to Dusk The Bible’s story begins with a garden and ends with a vision of trees bearing fruit. The Warsaw Biblical Gardens, situated on approximately 3/4 acre, currently contains over 100 plants that are named in the Bible. A diversity of climates can be found in the Holy Land, which allows for most of its plants to be grown somewhere in the United States. For more information, call (574) 267-6218.

Ride+Walk Warsaw Visit one of several greenways or bike facilities in the Warsaw and Winona Lake communities. Whether you’re looking to take a relaxing walk or ride your bike, we have the perfect places to go. Information on completed greenways, trailheads, and suggested bike routes can be found at the resources below: For background or Bicycle Friendly Community information, visit www.warsaw.in.gov/ridewalk or the Central Park Office. For maps and other information, go to www.ridewalk.com

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The Gardens of Central Park are the culmination of Robert and Roma Maish’s dream to create a perennial garden for Kosciusko County and its visitors. Made possible through an endowment fund established by the Maishes through the Kosciusko County Community Foundation, the Gardens contain over 160 perennial flowers, shrubs, and grasses. The facility is accessible and offers a variety of blossoms, colors, and a fish pond. For more information, contact the Kosciusko County Community Foundation at (574) 267-1901.

Partnership Facilities

Partnership Facilities

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W. Market St. E. Market St. & Park S. Washington St. End of Arthur St.

Trail(s)

End of N. Buffalo St.

Tennis Court

End of N. Indiana St.

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Sledding Hill

E. Ft. Wayne St. & Scott

Skate Park

N. Park Ave.

Shelter(s)

Beyer Farm Trailhead

Restrooms

S. McKinley & Market

Rental Facility

E. Smith St. & Hillside

Playground

Market St. & Court St.

Picnic Tables

End of Fawley St.

Pickleball Court

Arthur St.

Open Space

N. Lake St. & Perry St.

Lake Access

Indiana St. & Canal St.

Gazebo

420 Little League Dr.

Gardens

N. Detroit St.

Camping (*fee)

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BMX Track

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Beach (Public)

Arthur St. & N. Cook St.

Basketball Court

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City of Warsaw Parks & Amenities


Your City Parks

Map of City Parks

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For more information on city parks and facilities,

call (574) 372-9554 or visit our website at www.warsaw.in.gov/parks

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Rental Information City of Warsaw Parks & Recreation | warsaw.in.gov/parks | (574) 372-9554

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Facility Rentals All rental facilities and equipment managed by Warsaw Parks & Recreation Department must be reserved in advance. Each facility may be reserved up to one year in advance. All rental buildings are alcohol- and smoke-free. Rental fees are subject to applicable sales tax. For information, pricing, availability, or rules/regulations, please visit our website at www.warsaw.in.gov/parks Now offering online reservations!

Building Rentals Center Lake Pavilion - 119 E. Canal St. With seating for 300, this is the largest rental facility available with Warsaw Parks & Recreation Department. Amenities include kitchen, PA system, coffee makers, stages, tables, and chairs. This facility is accessible.

Nye Youth Cabin - 357 N. Buffalo St.

Also known as the Scout Cabin, this facility seats 75. Amenities include kitchen, tables, and chairs. This facility is accessible.

Firemen’s Building - 1013 E. Arthur St.

This mid-sized building seats up to 100. Amenities include kitchen, tables, and chairs. This facility is accessible.

Shelter Rentals Central Park Open Shelters

Perfect for family reunions or a casual picnic. East & West shelters are both available for reservation and include six picnic tables that seat 8 - 10 people each. Fees are $50 per shelter plus tax. Shelters are accessible.

Other Open Shelters: Beyer, Bixler,

Kelly, Kiwanis, & Richardson-DuBois Parks. Accommodations vary. Fees are $50 each plus tax. Call for details.

Lucerne Shelters - 800 N. Park Avenue

Four stone enclosed shelters, seat 40-50 people each. Fee is $75 each plus tax. The amphitheater is available with electricity for an additional $200 plus tax. All shelters are accessible.


Central Park Plaza - 225 E. Fort Wayne St.

Reserve the Plaza for weddings, concerts, and more. Seats 500 people. Fee is $225 plus tax. This facility is accessible.

Pete Thorn Center Gymnasium

May be reserved by the hour on Saturdays or Sundays for athletic uses only. Gym capacity is 260 people. Rental is $40 per hour plus refundable damage deposit of $100. Please call for additional information about fees and rules/regulations. May be reserved in select parks for weekends and holidays during the summer for $5 each plus tax. When available, they may be delivered off-site for a flat rate of $15 each plus tax within city limits or $20 each plus tax outside city limits, but within Wayne Township.

Sawhorse Tables (April 15 - October 1)

May be reserved for garage sales during the summer. When available, reserved tables are $10 each plus tax within city limits or $15 each plus tax outside city limits, but within Wayne Township.

Pike Lake Campground Season: April 15 - October 1 (574) 269-1439 Phone only active during season.

Amenities

Trash pick-up, picnic table, 30/50 AMP electric, shower and restrooms, fish cleaning station, water, sewer as needed, fire rings, firewood sold by the wheelbarrow load, level, pull-through sites with no trees.

Rates

$40 per night plus tax $210 per week plus tax $525 per month $2,100 per season No refunds/No subletting. Open 24 hours to registered campers only. No storage after season.

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Picnic Tables (April 15 - October 1)

Rental Information

Other Rentals

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Concerts

Free Concerts in Central Park

Kari Holmes

Matt Gabriel

Smooth Edge 2

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Summer Concert Series | 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. | Central Park Plaza

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Kick off your weekend the right way by relaxing with the Central Park Concert Series. A perfect opportunity to spend time with the family, enjoy familiar tunes, and experience new types of performances. Performances made possible by the Kosciusko County Community Foundation and the Indiana Arts Commission - a state agency. Additional sponsorship by 107.3 WRSW, Willie 103.5, and News Now! Warsaw. May 28 Cabildo Latin June 4

Matt Gabriel

Folk

June 11

Zach Day Band

Blues

June 18

Kari Holmes

Country/Pop

June 25

Kennedy’s Kitchen

Irish

July 16

Smooth Edge 2

A Capella

July 23

Big Daddy Depree’s

Blues

Broke & Hungry Blues Band

August 6

Magnolia Soul

80’s & 90’s

August 13

Whistle Pigs

Brass/Big Band

August 20 Airtight Jazz/Motown August 27

Magnolia Soul

The Kingsmen

Airtight

Gospel

Cabildo


Kids’ Fishing Derby Saturday, June 5 | 8:00 - 11:30 a.m. Municipal Park, Ages 3-16

Family Game Night

Slip ‘n Slide Luau

Friday, Jan. 14, 2022 6:00-9:00 p.m. Pete Thorn Center Gymnasium

Wednesday, August 4 1:00-3:00 p.m. Kelly Park Sledding Hill

Prove you are the best in your family, as well as other families, for board games, card games, and classic games in “giant” form! There will be a variety of games & stations to choose from! Family Game Night is free to attend and is offered in conjunction with Warsaw Community Public Library.

Join us on a fun filled afternoon of Slip ‘n Slide on the sledding hill! All ages welcome. Waiver must be completed by a parent or legal guardian to participate and that person must stay on site during participation.

Play & Build Mondays, May 10, June 14 & July 12 9:30 - 11:00 a.m., Pete Thorn Center All ages welcome, FREE! Come spend some time being competitive or creative. We will have all our games & legos out for your playing pleasure! We will have socially distanced tables set up and masks are required while inside the building (subject to mask mandates).

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Prizes awarded for the biggest fish and more for various age groups. The first 30 kids will receive a gift bag. Participant must bring their own pole and bait (catch and release fishing only). Bronze Level Sponsorship by Hoffman Lake Campground and Grossnickle Eye Center.

Community Events

Community Events

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Community Events City of Warsaw Parks & Recreation | warsaw.in.gov/parks | (574) 372-9554

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Community Prom &Events Bridal Expo Sunday, February 27, 2022 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Center Lake Pavilion Heading off to prom this year? Have an upcoming wedding? We have you covered. Admission is free! We will have vendors showing off their trades, from hair, photographers, DJs, decor and more! Free swag bags to the first 100 people through the door, as well as a door prize drawing!

Fall Family Fun Friday, October 8 | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Lucerne Park Enjoy aFall crisp Fall evening of family Family Fun activities, including hayrides, storytellers, crafts, snacks, and a campfire by the lake. A perfect opportunity to make family memories before the season ends! Bronze Level Sponsorship by Via Credit Union and Grossnickle Eye Center.

Family Carnival Friday, July 30 | 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Central Park A carnival in the park for the entire family! Enjoy face painting, caricture artists, balloon twisters and Penguin Point’s Big Wheel Race! Gold Level Sponsorship by Penguin Point. Silver Level Sponsorship by Winona IT. Bronze Level Sponsorship by Grossnickle Eye Center & Via Credit Union.


Wednesday, June 30 to Sunday, July 4 Warsaw Park, Winona Lake Limitless Park, Downtown Warsaw, & The Village at Winona All Ages Welcome. Create a collage of yourself (or your family) at each of the locations in the scavenger hunt. Post that collage to the event page “Warsaw+Winona Lake Scavenger Hunt 2021” (or if you don’t have Facebook, email collage to parksevents@ warsaw.in.gov). Every family/group who turns in a completed collage will be entered to win a prize pack. Winners announced Tuesday, July 6 at 9 a.m. via Facebook.

Family Movie Nights

June 19 July 17 August 14

Croods 2 Onward Raya & the Last Dragon

Feature will begin at 7:30 p.m. Bring your lawn chairs or blankets, and gather your friends for a family-friendly movie outside in Municipal park, near Center Lake Beach, on the “monster” screen. Bronze level Sponsorship by VIA Credit Union.

Light Up The Night Friday, December 3 | 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Celebrate the first lighting of the Central Park Holiday Light Display. Outside, children will receive glow necklaces while supplies last. Santa and Mrs. Claus will ride in the Twinkle Parade and arrive inside the Center Lake Pavilion, along with face painters, balloon artists, games, and activities. You won’t want to miss it! Silver Level Sponsorship by Paragon Medical and Steve & Jill Beehler. Bronze Level Sponsorship by VIA Credit Union.

Holiday Light Display December 3-31: This display will be lit each evening and is a special way to celebrate the holiday season in Warsaw’s Central Park. Bronze Level Sponsorship by Polk Equipment.

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Community Events

Warsaw + Winona Lake Scavenger Hunt

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Programs

Daddy’s Little Sweetheart Dance - 2021 October 1 & 2, 2021 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. | Center Lake Pavilion $15 per person. Tickets available beginning Sept. 7 until sold out. Max 150 per night.

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Create special, enchanting memories with your daughter as you dance under the lights, enjoy desserts, and have a photo taken to be mailed to your home after the event. Each girl will receive a special gift. Grandfathers and other male guardians are encouraged to participate! Don’t miss this event that you and your sweetheart will remember forever. For girls ages 3-14 (as of February 2021). Bronze Level Sponsorship by Brian Peterson Group.

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Cooking Up Fun Tuesdays, July 6-27 | 1:30-3:00 p.m. Ages 6+, $10 per child. Register by June 29 Children aged 6 and up will get an opportunity to measure ingredients to make food or science experiments, making easy recipes and join other kids their age. Parents are welcome to come and stay. Two of the scheduled sessions will involve cooking kid-friendly food items; the other two will involve science experiments.

Stuff & Fluff! Monday, June 28 | 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. Ages 3-7, $15 per child. Register by June 23 Stuff and dress your very own animal and enjoy fun activities, crafts, & games together!

Gingerbread House Workshop Saturday, December 11 - 10:00 a.m. Center Lake Pavilion, $15 per kit

Fun for the whole family! Construct your dream house out of edible supplies and leave the mess to us! If some of the construction materials end up in your belly rather than on the house, don’t worry. Nobody will tell! Popcorn and cocoa available to attendees.


Wednesdays, June 9 - July 28* | 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Pete Thorn Center Gym, Ages 3-7 A parent-child program full of activities, crafts, stories, and more. Each week features exciting themes for the kids! Don’t miss this fun opportunity! Incredible Insects Zoo Habitats Stars & Stripes NO PROGRAM Teddy Bear Adventures Under the Sea My Neighborhood Princesses & Dragons

Dino Dig Monday, July 19 | 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. Ages 3-7, $5 per child. Register by July 14 Are you ready to get a little dirty? Then Dino Dig is perfect for you. Everything dinosaurs! We’ll learn about dinosaurs, create fossils, and take a trip back in time with dinosaur activities. Great for any child!

Safe Sitter® Pete Thorn Center Activities Room $25 per child, 8 students per session. Visit warsaw.in.gov/safesitter to view currently scheduled sessions. Safe Sitter® prepares students in grades 6-8 to be safe when they’re home alone, watching younger siblings, or babysitting. Students learn life-saving skills such as how to rescue someone who’s choking, and helpful information like what to do if there is severe weather. Students even get to use CPR manikins to practice CPR or choking rescue!

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June 9 June 16 June 23 June 30 July 7 July 14 July 21 July 28

Programs

Imagination Station

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Paint in the Park May 14, July 15, September 17, November 19 6:30 p.m. - $15 per person. Join Heather Widman from Main Street Studio in Culver as we do a live instructional class! Cost includes all supplies. A different picture every class! Instruction geared toward ages 13+.

May 14

July 15

Sept. 17

Nov. 19

Wildlife Explorers Tuesdays, June 8-29 1:30 - 3:00 p.m., Lucerne Park Ages 6-12, $5 per child, per week Discover nature in local parks! This fun, fast-paced, interactive program is designed to connect youth to nature by encouraging exploration through experiments, activities, and crafts. Different themes each week!

Community Canoeing & Paddleboarding Monday, June 7, 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Saturday, June 19, 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Monday, June 21, 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Monday, July 5, 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Saturday, July 24, 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Monday, July 26, 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. At Pike Lake Beach. No registration required. An annual waiver and rules sheet must be signed by each participant (must be signed by a parent for anyone under age 18). Participants under 16 must have an adult in the water with them. Equipment available for community use on a first-come, first-served basis and may be used in timed increments. All equipment & life vests provided. All participants will be briefed on safety measures prior to using equipment. All use will be supervised by staff.


400 Little League Drive (Boggs Campus) Mantis Skate Park is a fully-supervised, family-friendly skate facility for all ages, elementary students through adults. The park offers a Rhino ramp system thanks to support from the K21 Health Foundation. Skateboards, scooters and inline skates are welcome. Helmets are required at all times.

Dates & Hours of Operation: School Hours Summer Hours May 15 - May 28 Aug. 16 - Sept. 3 Mon.-Fri. 4-9 p.m. Sat. Noon - 9 p.m.

June 1 - Aug. 14 Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Hire Park BMX 550 Arthur Street (at Hire Park) Practices Tuesdays & Thursdays Races most Saturdays Hire Park BMX is sanctioned by the USA BMX and offers racing for all ages. Opportunities range from a training wheel class to 55 and over, beginner to pro, boys and girls, camps to rider clinics, etc. There is something for everyone in the family to enjoy! For more information on Hire Park BMX or planned events, call Dan Rumple at (574) 268-RIDE (7433) or visit www.hireparkbmx.com

Center & Pike Lake Beaches Dates of Operation: Friday, May 28 - Monday, September 6 (Memorial Day Weekend - Labor Day Weekend) Hours of Operation: 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Please note: Beaches are Swim at Your Own Risk throughout the 2021 Season.

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ANNUAL WAIVER AND EMERGENCY CONTACT FORMS MUST BE ON FILE TO SKATE.

Sports & Beaches

Mantis Skate Park

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