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728 N. Park Armory Building
P.O. Box 1321
Thermopolis, WY 82443

Phone (307) 864-3767
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Hot Springs County Recreation District does not provide medical insurance to cover participants in any activity. This is the responsibility of each individual in any District program or activity.
Adult Co-Ed Basketball League
 
Standings as of February 26th, 2015
 
1) Geeks in Sneaks        (5-0)
2) Merit Energy                 (3-1)
3) Gottsche SWAT           (3-1)
4) Owl Creek Graphics   (2-2)
5) The Short Guys           (2-2)
6) Old Fireball                  (0-4)
7) The Surgeon               (0-5)
 
Stretching & Strengthing Yoga
 
The Recreation District is offering Yoga at the Armory.  Pay at the class to the instructor.  Any questions or concerns please contact the Recreation Office at 864-3767
 
 
Fee: $5 per session
Instructor:  Vanessa Lillie
 
Session I:     Monday's 9am - 10:30am
Session II:    Tuesday's 6:15pm - 7:15pm
Session III:   Thursday's 9am - 10:30am
 
 
Start Smart Basketball
 
Registration:  February 18th-- March 5th
Season Dates: March 5th – April 2nd (Thursdays)
Time: 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Ages: 3-5 years old
Location: Armory Gym
Fee: $10.00
 
The Start Smart Basketball program teaches children the basic motor skills necessary to play organized basketball while working one-on-one and spending quality time with their parents. The program focuses on teaching children and their parents basic sports mechanics without the threat of competition or fear of getting hurt.  Parent participation is required.  For questions or concerns please contact the Recreation Office at 864-3767 or email to d.evans@hscrecreation.com. 
 
 
Pickle ball
 
Dates:  Ongoing 
Days/Times:  Monday's 6:30-8am, Tuesday's 6:30-8:30pm, Wednesday's 6:30-8am, Thursday's 6:30-8:30pm, and Friday's 6:30-8am (when not in use by other district activities)
Location:  Armory Gym (When nice weather, program will move to tennis courts at Candy Jack Park)
Fee:  Varies depending on preference; inquire within Recreation Office
Ages:  Primarily adults of all ages, youth under 18 will need permission from Recreation Office
 
Pickle ball is the fastest growing sport in America today.  Pickle ball is a mixture of Tennis and Ping Pong.  Pickle ball is a great sport for flexibilty and heart rate.  It is very popular with retirees and older population.  It is played on a smaller court than tennis but you use a paddle larger than that of ping pong.  Rules are similar to those in both the other sports.  We are offering pickle ball to the public at various times to accommodate busy schedules.  No experience required.  Regular attendees will be more than happy to explain the game for new-comers.  Paddles, balls, and nets provided but fill free to bring your own.  For more information or questions, please contact the Recreation Office at 864-3767 or by email at d.evans@hscrecreation.com
 
Ready, Set, Run
 
Registration:  March 2nd - 16th
Season Dates: March 16th- June 8th (Mondays & Thursdays)
Time: 5:15 pm - 6:15 pm
Ages:  8 - 13 years old
Location:  HSC High School Practice Field
Fee:  $30 (12 week program)
Class Limit of 30 participants
 
Ready, Set, Run! is a character-building running program that trains kids ages 8 - 13 to participate in a 5K run.  This curriculum-based program equips kids with the physical training and goal-setting mentality needed to accomplish their running goals. Issues with peer pressure and fueling their bodies through proper nutrition are covered during the 12-week session.  Above all, kids have a blast seeing what they are capable of achieving!!  For questions or more information please contact the Recreation District at 864-3767 or email to j.collins@hscrecreation.com
 
 
Youth Soccer
 
Registration:  March 2nd - 13th
Season Dates:  Mid-March  - Mid-May 
Time:  TBA
Ages:  K-1st, 2nd-3rd, 4th-6th
Location:  Fairgrounds Ballfields
Fee:  $15.00
 
Youth Soccer is a great way to shrug off "old man winter" and get outside and have some fun.  Soccer is offered for grades K through 6th with some travel possible in the oldest age group.  Games and practices are during the week and in the evenings.  We are always looking for quality volunteer coaches to lead our youth and teach them the fundamentals of soccer.  If interested please contact the Recreation Office at 864-3767.
 
 
Start Smart Soccer
Registration:  March 2nd- April 9th
Season Dates:  April 9th - may 7th
Time:                   TBD
Ages:  3-5 year olds
Location:  Picnic Shelter @ Ballfields
Fee:  $10.00
 
The Start Smart Soccer program teaches children the basic motor skills necessary to play organized Soccer while working one-on-one and spending quality time with their parents. The program focuses on teaching children and their parents basic sports mechanics without the threat of competition or fear of getting hurt.  Parent participation is required.  For more information please contact the Recreation Office at 864-3767 or email to d.evans@hscrecreation.com.
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