Adult Coed Competitive Volleyball League
Congrats to How I Set Your Mother for winning the adult volleyball league tournament!!
Basketball Is Here!!!
We are always looking for volunteer coaches to help our youth learn the fundamentals of the game. If you are interested, please contact the Recreation office 864-3767 or email David Evans at, email@example.com
Youth Girl's Basketball
Registration Dates: December 8th - 19th (Late Registration is Dec 22nd - 26th
Late Registration: December 22nd -26th
Season Dates: January 5th - Febuary 13th
Ages: K-1st (Little Dribblers) 2nd-3rd (Developemental Division) 4th-6th (Jr Bobcat Division)
Costs: $5.00 Little Dribblers; $10.00 Developlemental Division; $15.00 Jr Bobcat Division
Location: Varies depending upon age division
Parent Meeting: Tuesday, December 30th, 2014 @ Armory 6 pm
Adult Coed Basketball League
Organizational Meeting: December 16th @ 7pm at the Armory
Team packits are ready for pick up at the Recreation Office during anytime it is open. Look beside drink machine on the wall for forms.
Questions or concerns please contact David Evans.
FREE Basketball Camp in the Armory
December 22nd & 23rd; 29th & 30th; come one day or all four doesn't matter just show up!
Anyone grades K thru 12th grade that would like to learn basketball or freshen up their skills is invited to the Armory over the holiday break.
K-5th Grades are from 9 am to 11 am
6th and up are from 1 pm to 3 pm
Please bring gym shoes and a great attitude to learn the fundamentals of basketball!!
Arts & Crafts
Program Dates: January 6 through February 19th.
Instructor: Jeb Schenck
Registration Opens: December 8th, 2014
Learn how to photoshop your images with the lastest and best software, Adobe Creative Cloud 2014-15, which is the newest release beyond CS6. This is a 7 week/14 session evening class that meets Tuesday and Thursday 7-8:30. Class will meet in the High School Photography Lab.
Learning the editing on either PC or Mac. We will learn and reinforce skills through projects. A step by step print-out the major editiing skills will be provided to help you retain specific skills when you're not in class. We'll take you from the most basic skills to intermediate skills, all taught with an eye toward improving your photography and artistic skills through the nuances of editing. You will learn how to save and improve images you thought were useless. How to remove distracting elements, enhance certain portions of the image whether portraits or landscapes. How and when to use specific editing tools, and when not to use a tool. No prior experience is necessary. Learn to edit on your own digital images or with ours. Although we will not print images, we will provide you information on printing and different qualities of paper.
Because there are limited spots in this class, you can only registrater at the Recreation Office on or after December 8th, 2014