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City Of Reno Fall Winter Program Brochure

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The City of Reno Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department's new brochure for the Fall & Winter seasons is now available!

The City of Reno Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department's new brochure for the Fall & Winter seasons is now available!

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  • 1. City of Reno RAM Parks, Recreation & Community Services ROG P BROCHURE Fall 2008 - Winter 2009 The Rink On the River is Back 4 Pg Winter & Spring Break camps 10 Pg Senior Programs 32 Pg www.cityofreno.com
  • 2. Us tact Information Con o.com ect@cityofren renodir Email us at: ation neral Inform or Ge 334-2262 f gencies Hours Emer or After- 352-4249 f DIRECTORY – PARKS, RECREATION & COMMUNITY SERVICES Facility Address Phone Fax Northeast Community Center 1301 Valley Road 334-2262 321-8338 Southside Cultural Center 190 East Liberty Street 334-2260 334-2449 McKinley Arts & Culture Center 925 Riverside Drive 334-2417 334-2598 Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center 2745 Elementary Drive 356-3176 356-3175 Neil Road Recreation Center 3925 Neil Road 689-8484 689-8487 Park Maintenance/Urban Forestry 2055 Idlewild Drive 334-2270 334-2471 Parks Events Office 1005 Whitmore Lane 657-4630 326-5150 Rosewood Lakes Golf Course 6800 Pembroke Drive 857-2892 857-4488 Sibayan Youth & Recreation Center 1090 Bresson Avenue 326-6666 - Reno Tennis Center 1901 Plumas Street 689-2975 - Northwest Pool 2925 Apollo Way 334-2203 - Idlewild Pool 1805 Idlewild Drive 334-2267 - Traner Pool 1600 Carville Drive 334-2269 - Plumas Gym 475 Monroe Street 334-2262 - Rink On The River 10 North Virginia Street 334-6268 - = Key Registration Sites Contact us for drop-in programs and schedules. HOLIDAYS – CENTERS AND OFFICES CLOSED Contact us for hours at Rosewood Lakes Golf Course & Northwest Pool Labor Day Mon, Sept 1, 2008 Christmas Day Thur, Dec 25, 2008 Nevada Day Fri, Oct 31, 2008 New Year’s Day Thur, Jan 1, 2009 Veterans Day Tue, Nov 11, 2008 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Mon, Jan 19, 2009 Thanksgiving Thur, Nov 27, 2008 President’s Day Mon, Feb 16, 2009 Family Day Fri, Nov 28, 2008 www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 2
  • 3. New at’s Information Wh TABLE OF CONTENTS Senior Center Addition at Neil Road Rink on the River 4 On May 27th, 2008, the city broke ground on an addition to the Neil Road Recreation Center that will Program Registration 6 create the first dedicated Senior Center for the City Adaptive Recreation 7 of Reno. Youth Programs 8 Arts & Crafts 12 Dance 14 Parks 16 Park Features 18 Map 20 Rentals 22 The senior addition will expand existing services and course offerings such as senior fitness classes, Golf & Tennis 24 specialty arts and crafts classes, computer classes and resource referrals. Conversations have also Adult Leagues 26 taken place with Washoe County Senior Services concerning the joint location of their programs Pool Schedules 27 including the Congregate Meal Program, and with Senior Services 32 the State Health Insurance Program to provide outreach and Medicare counseling. Arts & Culture 36 Substantial funding for the project was gained by Special Events 38 U.S. Senator Harry Reid who helped secure a federal Economic Development Initiative Grant in the amount of $900,000 for the physical construction of this facility. Staff and participants are eager for the grand opening early in 2009. Somersett East Park Now Under Construction This three-acre park will feature a playground, On June 17th, 2008, Mayor Robert A. Cashell, basketball courts, a shelter and picnic area, Councilman Dave Aiazzi and Director Julee Conway barbecue, seasonal restrooms, and participated in a groundbreaking a turf area for passive recreation. ceremony for Somersett East Park, When it opens in the fall of 2008, located on Somersett Parkway in it will be the 85th park in the City Northwest Reno. It is the first of of Reno’s park system. two neighborhood parks to be built by Somersett Development, LLC. Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 3
  • 4. Ice Skating CIAL SPE& Opening Nigh t g ghtin hts Li te Nig ils Tree E Ska r more deta FRE 38 fo g See p 10 North Virginia Street 2008-09 Season November 26 - February 2 22 Rink operation is dependent on weather & ice conditions. ink Call the Rink Hotline for condition updates – 334-6268. HOURS Monday 10am-1pm Tuesday 10am-1pm and 7:30-10pm Wednesday 10am-1pm and 6-10pm Thursday 10am-1pm and 6-10pm Friday 10am-1pm and 6-11pm Saturday 11am-11pm Sunday 11am-6pm ADMISSION PRICES Adult (13 - 54) $6 Cash or check payments only. Child (3 - 12) $4 Credit and Debit Senior (55+) $4 cards cannot be Skate Rental $2 processed at rink. Season Passes, Group Sales (for 20+), and Private Rentals are available. Holiday Dates (The Rink is open with no break periods) Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 27 11am-10pm Family Day Friday, November 28 11am-11pm Christmas Eve Wednesday, December 24 11am-5pm Christmas Day Thursday, December 25 11am-5pm Holiday Break Monday, December 22 – Sunday, January 4 (Regular hours with no mid-day break) New Year’s Eve Wednesday, December 31 11am-11:30pm New Year’s Day Thursday, January 1 11am-10pm Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Monday, January 19 11am-5pm President’s Day Monday, February 16 11am-5pm www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 4
  • 5. Ice Skating Skating Lessons: Each session includes three 30-minute lessons for $21, includes skate rentals. Participants will be grouped according to ability level. Parent & Tot: Ages 3-5 years. Parent must participate, on-ice and in-skates. Learn to Skate: Ages 6 years – Adult. Registration begins Oct 1 Tuesday Lesson Schedule Dec 2, 9, 16 Dec 30, Jan 6, 13 Jan 27, Feb 3, 10 Parent & Tot 6 PM 49192 6 PM 49194 6 PM 49207 Learn to Skate 6 PM 49196 6 PM 49198 6 PM 49218 Parent & Tot 6:35 PM 49193 6:35 PM 49195 6:35 PM 49208 Learn to Skate 6:35 PM 49197 6:35 PM 49199 6:35 PM 49219 Saturday Lesson Schedule Dec 6, 13, 20 Jan 3, 10, 17 Jan 31, Feb 7, 14 Learn to Skate 9 AM 49202 9 AM 49213 9 AM 49220 Parent & Tot 9:35 AM 49200 9:35 AM 49209 9:35 AM 49211 Learn to Skate 9:35 AM 49203 9:35 AM 49214 9:35 AM 49221 Learn to Skate 10:10 AM 49204 10:10 AM 49215 10:10 AM 49222 Sunday Lesson Schedule Dec 7, 14, 21 Jan 4, 11, 18 Feb 1, 8, 15 Parent & Tot 9:35 AM 49201 9:35 AM 49210 9:35 AM 49212 Learn to Skate 9:35 AM 49205 9:35 AM 49216 9:35 AM 49223 Learn to Skate 10:10 AM 49206 10:10 AM 49217 10:10 AM 49224 Private and semi-private (2-5 students) lessons are available by appointment. Thirty minute lessons cost $35 for Private; $60 for Semi-Private. Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 5
  • 6. Registration Information Register in Person, By Phone, Fax or Online Mission Statement • Fill out a Household Account Form (valid through May each year) To provide excellent parks, recreation, • Sierra Kids and camps require a Participant and cultural opportunities which Information Form enhance the quality of life within the • Call or visit a site listed on page 2 or Reno community. • For online service, go to cityofreno.com and select Senior Dimensions Parks, Rec. & Community Services • Registration/payment is required in advance, The Health Plan of Nevada, prior to use of programs, services or facilities. Inc. (HPN) has contracted with Registration/payment is taken up until the the City of Reno to provide registration deadlines or when a program is to all of HPN’s contracted Medicare members full. Call for more information or download the certain fitness and wellness services rules and form on our web-site. and benefits. Any eligible person • Requests for Refunds, Transfers or Credits enrolled with HPN can receive a must be received on the written form by the basic fitness membership with criteria deadlines. Call for more information or the city or fitness program download the rules and form on our web-site. enrollment at no charge. Programs in this brochure with Some programs have a registration deadline the Senior Dimensions logo qualify and many fill to capacity. It is advised to as programs available as part of register early to ensure your space. this HPN Medicare benefit. Access for All The City of Reno welcomes the opportunity to Scholarships provide accommodations to people with disabilities The City of Reno is committed to providing so that full participation in leisure and recreation recreational opportunities to all residents programs, classes, services and facilities may be regardless of economic circumstances. enjoyed by all. If you or a family member require For this reason, a limited fund scholarship a reasonable accommodation to participate in a program is available to those who qualify. program, please call a minimum of five business If you have wanted to participate in our days prior to the start of the program. all-day camps, before- and after-school programs or qualified activities but couldn’t Efforts will be made to accommodate your because of financial circumstances, we request. If you have any questions or need encourage you to apply. Information is additional information please contact Inclusion kept strictly confidential. For additional Services at 334-2262. Hearing impaired individuals information call 334-2260. can use Nevada Relay - dial 711 for assistance. www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 6
  • 7. Adaptive Recreation Adaptive RECREATION The Adaptive BlazeSports is a national REConnection program whose mission is the best way is to maximize the Newsletter to stay current potential of people with on area adaptive a physical disability through recreation opportunities. A typical issue includes sport by offering sports training, descriptions of upcoming community events, sports competitions, summer camps and and social programs, and area resources. Download other sports and recreational opportunities. The a copy from our website or call April at 334-2260 to City of Reno is honored to have been chosen as have each issue emailed to you. one of the BlazeSports America clubs. Contact us for a detailed schedule. Wheelchair Basketball Blaze Sports presents the extreme Out and About challenge of wheelchair This community outing basketball! It’s fun....its fast! program is geared Wheelchair basketball is a sport for young adults ages for everyone - people who 15 years and up with use wheelchairs for mobility disabilities and their and people who don’t. Skill caregivers/companions. development and fun is Join us for bowling, emphasized. For players ages 8 – 14 years. cooking, golfing, fishing, Thursdays, from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Fee: $36 field trips and more. Contact us for a detailed Northeast Community Oct 16 – Nov 20 48896 schedule of activities each month. Center Neil Road Recreation Adaptive Golf Feb 25 - Apr 2 48897 Center Disabled Sports USA Far West has partnered with Rosewood Lakes Wheelchair Tennis Golf Course this fall to Are you interested in the extreme offer a six-week session challenge of wheelchair of golf instruction tennis? It’s fun....its fast! beginning in September. Whether you are an absolute Wheelchair Tennis is a sport beginner or a seasoned veteran, you’ll find a place for everyone, people who at our golf clinics taught by golf professionals. To use wheelchairs for mobility register or for more information, please contact and people who don’t. Skill reservations at (530) 581-4161 or reservations@ development and fun is disabledsports.net. emphasized. For players of all ages. Saturdays at Whitaker Park. Sept 6 - Oct 11 48898 $36 Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 7
  • 8. yOUTH pROGRAMS Serving grades K-6 in elementary schools throughout Washoe County, Sierra Kids is a quality recreation program for children who need a safe, supervised environment before or after school. Snack is provided in the afternoons and homework assistance is available. Specialty instructors teach art, yoga, dance and sports to after school participants. Youth sports leagues are planned for after school participants too. Registration/payment is required by the Thursday PRIOR to the week of attendance. Re2minder: Alice Smith+ Esther Bennett Sierra Vista Bernice Mathews*+ Hunter Lake Silver Lake+ The 00 8-2 Caughlin Ranch Jessie Beck Smithridge begins M 009 school year ond Coral Academy of Lemmon Valley Stead traditiona ay, August 25th f Science Mamie Towles Verdi l calenda r student or Desert Heights* Mount Rose Veteran’s Memorial+ s. Dodson Peavine Virginia Palmer Donner Springs Pleasant Valley Westergard Double Diamond+ Roy Gomm Elmcrest Sarah Winnemucca+ *Mornings Only SIERRA KIDS RATES Aproximate Times* Weekly Rate Partial Week Rate Morning $25 $7.50 per day Morning Program: 7-8:45 a.m. Afternoon $40 $12.50 per day Afternoon Program: 3-6 p.m. Morning and $65 - Afternoon *Times may vary according to bell schedule. Early Release Day - $20 +Sierra Kids families at Alice Smith, Bernice Mathews, Double Diamond, Sarah Winnemucca, Silver Lake, and Veteran’s Memorial elementary schools will find Vacation Station of particular interest. Vacation Station’s camp environment can be enjoyed during track breaks by students at these year-round multi-track schools. WCSD 2008 - 2009 Multi-Track Break Schedule Blue Track Green Track Yellow Track Red Track Tue 5/27 - Fri 6/27 Mon 7/7 - Fri 8/1 Mon 8/4 - Fri 8/29 Tue 9/2 - Fri 10/3 Mon 10/6 - Thu 10/30 Mon 11/3 - Wed 11/26 Mon 12/1 - Fri 12/19 Mon 1/5 - Fri 1/20 (‘09) Mon 2/2 - Fri 2/27 Mon 3/2 - Fri 3/27 Mon 3/30 - Fri 5/1 Mon 5/4 - Fri 5/22 www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 8
  • 9. youth programs Vacation Station provides organized recreational opportunities to school age children in traditional and year-round schools. The program features group games, crafts, sports and free time to play with friends or read, all while Kids Café under the supervision of trained City of Reno staff. A nutritious, well balanced dinner is served for FREE Vacation Station is open year round! Available at nine locations through a partnership with the for track breaks, winter and spring breaks, and Washoe County School District, Northern Nevada snow days too! Vacation Station is a Character Food Bank and the City of Reno. Registration not Counts! certified Gold Medal Children’s Activity required – just show up! Ages 2-18. Monday – Friday Center. Ages 6 – 14. Northeast Community Center. 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. Mondays – Fridays 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Fee: $90 per week. Locations: Scholarships are available. Bernice Mathews Elementary Desert Heights Elementary CHARACTER COUNTS! is a service Dodson Elementary mark of Josephson Institute. Visit Donner Springs Elementary www.charactercounts.org. Lemmon Valley Elementary Sierra Vista Elementary Smithridge Elementary Stead Elementary Sibayan Youth Center Youth Sports The Reno Youth Sports Association (RYSA) coordinates all the youth sports leagues (soccer, baseball, football, softball, lacrosse, and cheerleading) that use City of Reno park properties. Signups for spring seasons typically start in December, and signups for fall seasons start around May. Watch the briefs in the Reno Gazette-Journal for most league announcements. You can also call the RYSA at 996-1313 or visit their website at www.renoyouthsports.org. Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 9
  • 10. SPRING YOUTH PROGRAMS INTER & W CAMPS BREAK This camp is perfect for the These quality camps feature younger campers, ages 6 a wide variety of activities to 8. There will be a smaller including sports, field trips, and number of kids enrolled. arts and crafts. Age: 6-14. 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Perfect for your child’s first Neil Road Recreation Center camp experience. The camp is Dec 22 - 26 49604 $72 full of games, activities and field trips. Northeast Community Center. 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Dec 29 - Jan 2 49607 $72 Dec 22-26 47464 $72 Apr 13 - 17 47700 $90 Dec 29-Jan 2 47466 $72 Plumas Gym Apr 13-17 47473 $90 Dec 22 - 26 49605 $72 Dec 29 - Jan 2 49608 $72 Apr 13 - 17 47701 $90 An amazing outdoor winter Billinghurst Middle School survival camp. Get experience Dec 22 - 26 49606 $72 with the experts from the Tahoe Dec 29 - Jan 2 49609 $72 and Reno area. This camp for 8-14 year olds features a wide variety Apr 13 - 17 47702 $90 of winter activities and field trips including snow-shoeing and indoor rock climbing. Northeast Community Center. Spring Break Tennis Camp Dec 22-26 47458 $100 Learn the basics Dec 29-Jan 2 47459 $100 including stroke technique, forehand and backhand, how to serve and volley and more! There Learn to lead camp programs, will be instruction and games and lots of fun! plan activities and games, Registration processed and coordinate schedules. only at the Reno Tennis Experience personal growth Center. Call 689-2975 and leadership development for information. too. This is a great way to Age: 7 - 14. Monday discover if a future career in recreation is for you! April 13 – Thursday Age: 13-15. Northeast Community Center. April 16 from 9:30 a.m. Dec 22-26 47476 $72 – 12:30 p.m. at the Reno Tennis Center. Dec 29-Jan 2 47477 $72 Fee: $100. Apr 13-17 47479 $90 www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 10
  • 11. Sibayan R.E.C. “Club ION” Teen Dance Series R.E.C. YOUTH PRoGRAMS Every month the Sibayan REC will host a dance geared to local teens to attend and have fun! Age 12 – 17. Sibayan Youth Center. Fridays from 8 p.m. to midnight. $3 REC Members, $5 Non-Members. Sibayan R.E.C. Local Sports Trips Every month the Sibayan REC will host a trip to The R.E.C. provides great opportunities for young a local athletic team game. Go to a Wolf Pack adults ages 12-20 to explore recreational and football or basketball game, an NBA D-League educational interests and develop life skills. Evening game, or another sporting event. Schedules are activities includes sports instruction and games in the still being released, so check with the REC for the gym, dance lessons, special speakers and more. Fee: next event. Age 12 – 17. Advance registration is $25 for 6 month membership, $12.50 for 3 months. required. Cost: $3 REC Members, $5 Non-Members. Two locations to choose from: Sibayan R.E.C. Monthly Trips Every month the Sibayan REC will host a day trip Neil Road Recreation Center for REC members. Age 12 – 17. Saturdays from 12 3925 Neil Road – 5 p.m. Advance registration is required. Cost: $3 Phone: 689-8484 REC Members, $5 Non-Members. Mon – Fri 2:30 – 9 p.m. Sat 12 – 6 p.m. Youth City Council Sibayan Youth & Recreation Center The City of Reno Youth 1090 Bresson Avenue City Council (YCC) consists Phone: 326-6666 of 15 members, ages 14- Mon – Fri 2:30 – 8:30 p.m. 18, who are from Reno, Dinner Served at 5:30 p.m. Sparks and unincorporated areas of Washoe County. ! NEW It serves in an advisory capacity to the Reno City Council on youth issues, R.E.C. Teen Sports Leagues relationships, and healthy alternatives. The YCC These new recreational sports leagues are is one of the few Reno boards and commissions designed for youth ages 12 – 17 to get active, that allows non-Reno residents to be appointed. develop teamwork, and have fun. Advance The YCC meets the fourth Tuesday of each registration is month at 6:30 p.m. in City Council Chambers, required. Games 1 East First Street. Upcoming meetings are will be held at Aug 26, Sept 23, Oct 28, Nov 25, Dec 23, both, the Neil January 27, Feb 24, Mar 24 and Apr 28. All Road and Sibayan meetings are open to the public. Recreation Centers. TEEN SPORTS LEAGUES Sept 17 – Oct 17 3x3 Basketball Wed, Fri 47456 $10 Mem / $15 Non-Mem Sept 20 – Dec 15 Volleyball Mon, Sat 47454 $10 Mem / $20 Non-Mem Oct 18 – Jan 30 Indoor Soccer Wed, Fri, Sat 47457 $15 Mem / $30 Non-Mem Jan 3 – Mar 30 Dodgeball Mon, Sat 47472 $10 Mem / $20 Non-Mem Jan 31 – Apr 10 Flag Football Wed, Fri, Sat 47480 $10 Mem / $20 Non-Mem Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 11
  • 12. rafts ts & C Arts and Crafts Ar Crazy for Clay Pots It really is crazy all the creative ways you can use You’ve seen the amazing a terra cotta pot other than just for plants. Learn performance of artist ng Painti how to make gifts such as candy jars, candle lamps, Bob Ross on television. Oil garden bugs, wind chimes and more! Age: 18+. You too can paint realistic McKinley Arts & Culture Center. Tuesdays 1 – 3 p.m. landscape, floral or Sept 16 40057 $10 wildlife paintings. Taught by Shawna Burkhart. A $20 materials fee paid to the Oct 14 40058 $10 instructor provides all supplies except for a canvas. Nov 4 40059 $10 Students must bring a 16x20 medium primed canvas Dec 2 40060 $10 to class. 1 - 5 p.m. Age: 13+. Fee: $59. Jan 20 49600 $10 Northeast Community Center Feb 17 49601 $10 Sept 5 46893 $59 Mar 17 49602 $10 Nov 7 46895 $59 Apr 21 49603 $10 Teglia’s Activity Center Oct 18 46894 $59 Specialty Arts & Crafts Jan 10 49190 $59 Scrapbooking, Knitting, Fleece Sewing, Painting, Mar 14 49191 $59 and Holiday Arts & Crafts! Age: 18+. Northeast Community Center. Mondays 1 - 3 p.m. Ceramic Workshop Sept 22 – 29 43789 $10 This class is designed to accommodate all skill levels. Oct 6 – 20 43790 $15 Projects are completed as a group focusing on the Nov 17 43791 $15 techniques needed to complete a ceramic piece from start to finish. Mediums used include acrylic paints, Dec 8 43792 $20 glazes and translucents. Age: 18+. McKinley Arts & Culture Center. Wednesdays 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Sept 10 – 24 43787 $45 Oct 8 – 22 43788 $45 Jan 7 – 21 47364 $45 Feb 4 – 18 47365 $45 Mar 4 – 18 47366 $45 Apr 1 – 15 47367 $45 www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 12
  • 13. Special interest Classes Special Interest Classes UFO Studio Time UFO (Un-Finished Objects) Studio Time is designed for that person who needs a place to complete projects that may be lying around. Join other crafters at McKinley Arts and Culture Center to finish them. Acrylics, glazes and cleaning tools are Build a closer bond with your dog. Dog’s shot record available for use. Limited firing is included in the fee must be brought to the first class. Saturdays. at instructor’s discretion. Age: 18+. McKinley Arts Comstock Park 10 - 11 a.m. & Culture Center. Tuesdays 12 – 3 p.m. Aug 23 - Sept 27 46866 $75 Sept 9 – 30 43797 $20 Oct 18 - Nov 22 46867 $75 Oct 7 – 28 43798 $20 Dec 6 - Jan 10 46869 $75 Nov 4 – 25 43799 $15 Jan 17 - Feb 21 48890 $75 Dec 2 – 9 43800 $10 Feb 28 - Apr 18 48892 $75 Jan 6 – 20 47429 $15 Apr 25 - Jun 6 48894 $75 Feb 3 – 17 47430 $15 McKinley Arts & Culture Center 1 - 2 p.m. Aug 23 - Sept 27 46865 $75 Mar 3 – 17 47431 $15 Oct 18 - Nov 22 46868 $75 Apr 7 – 21 47432 $15 Dec 6 - Jan 10 46870 $75 Jan 17 - Feb 21 48891 $75 Parent & Preschooler Arts & Crafts Parent and Preschooler Arts & Crafts class fosters Feb 28 - Apr 18 48893 $75 the creativity in your child. Projects are designed Apr 25 - Jun 6 48895 $75 to promote creativity and build self-esteem. With new projects each week, this is a great way for preschoolers to learn to work with a variety of Jazzercise materials and use their imagination while creating When you love your workout, the results come wonderful projects and spending quality time with easy. That’s why Jazzercise blends aerobics, yoga, Mom or Dad. Age: 3-8. McKinley Arts & Culture Pilates, and kickboxing movements into fun dance Center. Tuesdays 10-11 a.m. routines set to fresh new music. All fitness levels are welcome! Taught by Joy Brackney. For ages 16+. Sept 2 – 23 43805 $30 Mon, Tue, Wed and Fri. 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Oct 7 – 28 43806 $30 Sept 2 – 30 47098 $36 Nov 4 – 18 43807 $15 Oct 1 – 29 50196 $36 Dec 2 – 23 43808 $30 Nov 3 – 26 47100 $36 Jan 6 – 20 47352 $15 Dec 1 – 31 47101 $36 Feb 3 – 17 47353 $15 Mar 3 – 15 47354 $15 Apr 7 – 21 47355 $15 Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 13
  • 14. ses Clas dance classes NCE DA Beginner Tap – Ages 13+ Saturdays – 11:30 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. Sept 6 – Oct 11 47178 $24 Oct 18 – Dec 6 47179 $24 Jan 10 - Feb 28 48741 $24 Mar 7 – Apr 11 48754 $24 Apr 25 – May 30 48755 $20 Intermediate Tap – Ages 13+ Belly Dance Wednesdays – 6 - 7 p.m. Northeast Community Center. Sept 3 – Oct 15 47182 $28 Oct 22 – Dec 3 47183 $24 Beginner Belly Dance – Ages 13+ Jan 7 – Feb 18 48743 $28 Thursdays, 7:15 – 8:30 p.m. Feb 25 – Apr 8 48757 $28 Sept 18 – Oct 23 47670 $55 Apr 22 – May 27 48759 $24 Advanced Tap – Ages 13+ Oct 30 – Dec 11 47672 $55 Mondays – 6 - 7 p.m. Intermediate Belly Dance – Ages 13+ Sept 8 – Oct 13 47335 $24 Thursdays, 6 – 7 p.m. Oct 20 – Dec 1 47336 $28 Jan 5 – Feb 23 48745 $24 Sept 18 – Oct 23 47671 $55 Mar 2 – Apr 6 48749 $24 Oct 30 – Dec 11 47673 $55 Apr 20 – May 18 48752 $20 Advanced Belly Dance – Ages 13+ Senior Tap – Ages 50+ Wednesdays, 6 – 7 p.m. Wednesdays – 9 - 10 a.m. Sept 3 – Oct 15 47338 $28 Sept 17 – Oct 22 49293 $55 Oct 22 – Dec 3 47339 $24 Oct 29 - Dec 10 49294 $55 Jan 7 – Feb 18 48746 $28 Feb 25 – Apr 8 48762 $28 Apr 22 – May 27 48763 $24 Tap Dance Northeast Community Center. Beginner Tap – Age 7 - 12 Saturdays – 1:30 - 2:20 p.m. Sept 6 – Oct 11 47170 $24 Oct 18 – Dec 6 47171 $24 Jan 10 – Feb 28 48772 $24 Mar 7 – Apr 11 48773 $24 Apr 25 – May 30 48794 $20 Intermediate Tap – Age 7 - 12 Saturdays – 12:30 - 1:20 p.m. Sept 6 – Oct 11 47175 $24 Oct 18 – Dec 6 47176 $24 Jan 10 – Feb 28 48774 $24 Mar 7 - Apr 11 48775 $24 Apr 25 – May 30 48796 $20 www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 14
  • 15. DANCE Hip Hop Jazz Dance Classes Northeast Community Center. Ages 5 - 7 – Mondays – 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. Dates Course # Fee Sept 8 - 29 46881 $32 Oct 6 - 27 46884 $32 Nov 3 - 24 46887 $32 Dec 1 - 15 46890 $25 Jan 5 - 26 47684 $24 Feb 2 - Mar 2 47687 $32 Mar 9 - 30 47690 $32 Apr 6 - 27 47693 $25 Ages 7 - 10 – Mondays – 6:15 - 7:15p.m. Sept 8 - 29 46882 $32 Oct 6 - 27 46885 $32 Nov 3 - 24 46888 $32 Dec 1 - 15 46891 $25 Jan 5 - 26 47685 $25 Feb 2 - Mar 2 47688 $32 Ballet Dance Mar 9 - 30 47691 $32 Northeast Community Center. Apr 6 - 27 47694 $25 Ages 10 - 16 – Tuesdays – 6:15 - 7:15p.m. Creative Ballet – Ages 3 - 6 Sept 9 - 30 46883 $32 Tuesdays – 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. Oct. 7 - 28 46886 $32 Sept 9 - 30 46874 $32 Nov 4 - 25 46889 $25 Oct 7 - 28 46875 $32 Dec 2 - 16 46892 $25 Nov 4 - 25 46876 $25 Jan 6 - 27 47687 $32 Dec 2 - 16 46877 $25 Feb 3 - 24 47689 $32 Jan 6 - 27 47696 $32 Mar 3 - 24 47692 $32 Feb 3 - 24 47697 $32 Mar 31 - Apr 28 47695 $32 Mar 3 - 24 47698 $32 Mar 31 - Apr 28 47699 $32 Beginner Ballet – Ages 4 - 6 Mondays – 5 - 5:30 p.m. Sept 8 - Oct 13 47154 $24 Oct 20 - Dec 1 47155 $28 Jan 5 – Feb 23 48820 $24 Mar 2 – Apr 6 48821 $24 Apr 20 – May 18 48826 $20 Beginner Ballet– Ages 7 - 12 Saturdays – 10:30 - 11:20 a.m. Sept 6 - Oct 11 47157 $24 Oct 18 - Dec 6 47158 $28 Jan 10 – Feb 28 48822 $24 Mar 7 – Apr 11 48823 $24 Apr 25 – May 30 48838 $20 Intermediate Ballet – Ages 7 - 12 Wednesdays – 5 - 5:50 p.m. Sept 3 - Oct 15 47164 $28 Oct 22 - Dec 3 47158 $24 Jan 7 – Feb 18 48825 $28 Feb 25 – Apr 8 48847 $28 Apr 22 – May 27 48848 $24 Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 15
  • 16. ograms ark Pr parks P Junior Gardeners Idlewild Park Train Ride In the spring of 2009, the Junior Gardener program Enjoy a nostalgic train ride through Idlewild Park. will return for its third season at the Northeast A fixture for years, the train ride for children and Community Center. Students enrolled in Vacation adults circles the Idlewild ponds, allowing riders to Station or camp programs work with park see more of the park’s natural beauty in a unique rangers to cultivate and harvest lettuce, radishes, way. Runs weekdays 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. through Labor tomatoes, carrots, chives, basil, lavender, and other Day, and weekends 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. through Sept 28. edible plants. A new, Expected return after the winter in March. Cost: $2. secure 1500 square Free for ages 2 and under. foot garden area allows more students to get involved. Park rangers emphasize the educational aspects of gardening while the youth gain hands on experience. At Teglia’s Paradise Park Community Garden the fall harvest, Now in its 11th year, the Community Garden at students get to Teglia’s Paradise Park has garden plots available for enjoy the fruits growing your own vegetables, herbs, flowers or of their labor. fruit. The garden is a multi-generational horticulture program fully accessible to persons with disabilities. Huffaker Trail Fitness Hike/Walk Starting Feb 1, rent Join rangers and your neighbors Tuesdays and a plot for just $5 for Thursdays at 9 a.m. for a 1.5 mile walk on the the entire growing Huffaker Trail. All ages, fitness levels and even dogs season. Plots will be on leashes are welcome. Meet at Huffaker Park at assigned on a first 1160 East Huffaker Lane. Free. come, first serve basis. Age 16+. Geocaching Geocaching is a worldwide Discover parks you never knew existed. Find public game of hide and seek art in many locations that you have never seen dedicated to GPS users. With before. The GPS unit is the only real investment your GPS unit, you can hide or you have to make to enjoy this recreational activity. seek “treasures”. The Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department has The coordinates to the caches are posted at hidden caches at many of our city parks, www.geocaching.com. This site and will be adding more. It is a great way provides the information on caches to get out with friends and family or by throughout the world and tips on how yourself if you prefer. to hide and seek a cache. www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 16
  • 17. Urban Forest parks ry Urban Forestry Our urban forest encompasses trees and vegetation on both public and private property within the city limits. A dedicated staff of arborists and a professional Urban Forester maintain over 22,000 publicly owned trees in city parks and along public streets. Their work is vital to both public safety and tree preservation. Reno’s arborists are concerned about trees that appear to be dead, dying, or diseased, that have large broken limbs, low limbs, or limbs blocking traffic signs, signals or intersection sight lines. To report concerns about trees causing a public hazard call Reno Direct at 334-INFO. Firewood Sales Reno Urban Forestry sells firewood to the general public during the months of September and March. The wood yard located at 190 Telegraph is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for wood cutting. The wood is in log form and requires people to saw their own rounds for splitting. The cost is $75 per cord. Customers must first sign a waiver of liability and pay in advance at the Park Maintenance Office, 2055 Idlewild Drive. Office hours are 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday - Friday, excluding holidays. Payment by cash or check only. Phone Book Recycling In November and December, the city of Reno will participate in the Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful phone book recycling campaign. Bring your out of date phone books to the Northeast Community Center or the Neil Road Recreation Center. Visit www.ktmb.org for more information. Christmas Tree Recycling From Dec 26 - Jan 11, your Christmas tree can be recycled into mulch for use in parks and landscapes. Bring them to Bartley Ranch Regional Park, Rancho San Rafael Regional Park or Shadow Mountain Sports Complex between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. A donation is requested but not required. Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 17
  • 18. parks Rentable Shelters Horse Shoe Court Lake, Pond, River Baseball/Softball Basketball Court Water Play Toys Exercise Course Tables/Benches Soccer/Football Picnic Shelter Tennis Court Bicycle path Rest Rooms Playground Barbeque Volleyball Pathway Trails Downtown 400 Island Avenue Barbara Bennett Park ● ● ● ● ● ● Bicentennial Park 10 Ralston Street ● ● ● City Plaza 10 North Virginia ● ● st Fulton Corner ● ● 1 Street & Arlington Ave Powning Veterans 150 South Virginia Street ● Memorial Park Truckee River Whitewater Arlington & 1st Street ● Park at Wingfield st West Street Plaza ● ● 200 West 1 Street 1st Street & Arlington Ave Wingfield Park ● ● North Valleys Dorothy McAlinden Park 12000 Mt. Charleston ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ Mayors Park & Fields 12000 Mt. Charleston ● Panther Valley Park 850 Link Lane ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ Raleigh Heights Park 825 Burgess Place ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ Silver Lake Park 8855 Red Baron Blvd. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ Northeast Dick Taylor Memorial Park 1140 Beech Street ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 455 East 8th Street Eighth Street Parkway ● ● th Evans Park ● ● 200 East 9 Street ■ Melody Lane Park 2370 Scottsdale Road ● ● ● ● ● Pat Baker Park 1910 Bishop Street ● * ● ● ● ● ● Rotary Centennial Park 1265 Hillboro Street ● ● ● ● ● Sage Street Park 790 Sage Street ● ● ● ● Sterling Village Tot Lot 760 Winston Drive ● ● ● ● Teglia’s Paradise Park 2745 Elementary Drive ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● (Two Rentable Shelters) Traner Pool 1700 Carville Drive ● ● University Ridge Park 990 South University Loop ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ Northwest Canyon Creek Park 1485 Robb Drive ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Hilltop Park 3950 Buckingham Square ● ● ● ● ● ■ Irving Circle Park 85 Irving Park Circle Lake Park 40 Coleman Drive ● ● ● ● Las Brisas Park 5950 Las Brisas ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ Riverside Drive at Lunsford Park ● Washington Street McKinley Park 925 Riverside Drive ● Northgate Park 6450 Moonridge Terrace ● ● ● ● ● ■ Northwest Park 2775 Apollo Way ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ Oxbow Nature Study Area 3100 Dickerson Road ● ● ● ● Peavine Fields 825 Wyoming Avenue ● ■ Rainbow Ridge Park 1355 Rainbow Ridge Road ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ Reno Sports Complex 2975 North Virginia Street ● ● ■ Riverside Drive Park 650 Riverside Drive ● ● ● Seminary Park 1101 Sierra Street ● Sky Country Park 3290 Snake River Drive ● ● ● ● ● ● Whitaker Park 550 University Terrace ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Terrace Sports Complex 2525 Robb Drive ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ Valley Wood Park 6555 Valley Wood Drive ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ ■ Seasonal Restrooms, Open April – October (weather permitting) * New restrooms scheduled to open fall 2008 www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 18
  • 19. parks Rentable Shelters Horse Shoe Court Lake, Pond, River Baseball/Softball Basketball Court Water Play Toys Exercise Course Tables/Benches Soccer/Football Picnic Shelter Tennis Court Bicycle path Rest Rooms Playground Barbeque Volleyball Pathway Trails Southeast Brodhead Park 5 South Park Street ● ● ● ● Center Creek Park 1595 Wilbur May Parkway ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Comstock Park 1650 Carat Blvd. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ Damonte Ranch Park 1950 Steamboat Parkway ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Donner Party Park 4385 Loreto Lane Evergreen Park 9555 Evergreen Drive ● ● Fisherman’s Park I and II 495 Galetti Way ● ● ● ● ● Governor’s Bowl Park 1498 East Seventh Street ● ■ Holcomb Historic Site 1005 Holcomb Ave Horizon View Park 9675 Wilbur May Parkway ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Huffaker Park and Trail 1160 East Huffaker ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ Jamaica Park 1000 Jamaica Avenue ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ John Champion Park 957 Kuenzli Street ● ● ● ● ● Liston Park 1635 Yori Avenue ● ● Miguel Ribera Park 3925 Neil Road ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Mira Loma Park 3000 South McCarran Blvd ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Pickett Park 250 Kirman Avenue ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Reggie Road Exercise Area Reggie Road ● ● Stewart Park 400 Stewart Street ● ● ● ● ● Wilkinson Park 1201 East Taylor Street ● ● ● ● ● ■ Yori Park 2800 Yori Avenue ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Southwest 3851 Cashill Boulevard Caughlin Crest Park ● ● 3415 Idlewild Drive Crissie Caughlin Park ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1190 Country Estates Circle Crystal Lake Park ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ 2800 Pioneer Drive Horseman’s Park ● Idlewild Park (Two 1900 Idlewild Drive ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Rentable Shelters) 3005 Idlewild Drive Ivan Sack Park ● ● ● ● 325 Burris Lane Jack Tighe Memorial Fields ● ■ 630 Manzanita Lane Manzanita Park ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ 3100 Skyline Blvd Mary Gojack Park ● ● ● ● ● 240 Moana Lane Moana Park and Stadium ● ● ● ■ 700 California Avenue Newlands Park ● ● 475 Monroe Street Plumas Park & Gym ● ● ● 2601 Plumas Street Reno Tennis Center ● ● 800 Robinhood Drive Robinhood Park ● ● ● ● ● 3945 Riverhaven Drive Schiappacasse Park ● ● 4560 Summit Ridge Drive Summit Ridge Park ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ Village Green 4785 Caughlin Parkway ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ 1980 Lakeside Drive Virginia Lake Park ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 990 Wheatland Road Wheatland Park ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ ■ Seasonal Restrooms, Open April – October (weather permitting) Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 19
  • 20. 20 parks Facility Locations 1 - Northeast Community Center 2 - Southside Cultural Center 3 - McKinley Arts & Culture Center 4 - Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center www.cityofreno.com 5 - Neil Road Recreation Center 6 - Park Maintenance 7 - Park Events Office 8 - Sibayan Youth & Recreation Center 9 - Rosewood Lakes Golf Course 10 - Reno Tennis Center 11 - Northwest Pool 12 - Idlewild Pool 395 £ ¤ 13 - Traner Pool 14 - Plumas Gym 15 - California Building 16 - Horseman’s Park Clubhouse Vir g in i 17 - Rink On The River a McCarran printed on 30% recycled paper 1 13 4
  • 21. 11 17 I-80 § ¦ ¨ 7 6 3 2 12 15 I-80 8 § ¦ ¨ 14 10 5 9 16 Parks, Recreation & Community Services McCarran Virg in ia City of Reno Parks 395 £ ¤ 0 0.5 1 2 3 Miles ± 775-334-2262 21 parks
  • 22. Shelter TALS Rentals N E R ility d fac er an 009 open shelt 2 , Park tions for rst come i serva 08 on a f asis. re , 20 db Oct 1 rst serve fi Rose Garden at Idlewild Shelter Rentals Park There are 18 reservable park shelters that accommodate from 50 to 200 people. Each shelter comes with picnic tables and barbeque. The City of Reno has the Excellent park facilities surround each shelter for only public groups to enjoy; however, please note that these rose garden amenities are not reserved as part of a picnic in the state shelter permit. Playgrounds, tennis, volleyball, of Nevada basketball, horseshoe pits, skate parks, etc. are certified by normally open to the public at large. the American Rose Society! The one acre Rose Garden, located A beer and wine permit is required if these in Idlewild Park, has 200 varieties of roses and over beverages will be consumed at your event. 2,250 total roses. The rose season is from early Jun until Sept but the roses have two peak seasons Staff are available to help you identify which facility when the entire garden is in may best meet your needs. Detailed information on bloom (late Jun/early Jul and each shelter is available online. For current rental late Aug). It is also a favorite rates or to make a park shelter reservation please location for wedding call 334-2260. Fees vary from $75 - $120. ceremonies. CAPACITY CAPACITY North Valleys Southeast Silver Lake Park 8855 Red Baron Blvd. 50 Huffaker Park 1160 E. Huffaker Ln. Northeast 50 Miguel Ribera Park 3925 Neil Rd. Dick Taylor Memorial Park 1140 Beech St. 200 100 Mira Loma Park 3000 S. McCarran Blvd. Pat Baker Park 1910 Bishop St. 200 50 Pickett Park 250 Kirman Ave. Teglia’s Paradise Park-Pavilion 2745 Elementary Dr. 100 50 Southwest Teglia’s Paradise Park-Shelter 2745 Elementary Dr. 200 Idlewild Park - Terrace 1805 Idlewild Dr. Northwest 200 Idlewild Park - Snowflake 1805 Idlewild Dr. Canyon Creek Park 1485 Robb Dr. 200 50 Idlewild Park - Rose Garden 1805 Idlewild Dr. Las Brisas Park 5950 Las Brisas 100 100 Manzanita Park 630 Manzanita Ln. Northgate Park 6450 Moonridge Terrace 100 50 Virginia Lake Park 1980 Lakeside Dr. Whitaker Park 550 University Terrace 100 100 www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 22
  • 23. Facility TALS RENTALS N E R Family Picnics Reunions Facility Rentals Small Receptions Eight rental facilities can Birthday Parties accommodate your needs for any special occasion. Weddings Staff are available to help you identify which facility may best meet your needs. Detailed information on each facility is available online. For current rental rates or to rent a facility please call 334-2262. RENTABLE FACILITIES Facility Location Capacity Rates/Hr Kitchen Patio* California Building 1000 Whitmore Lane 260 $75 Horseman’s Park Clubhouse 2800 Pioneer Drive 85 $45 McKinley Arts & Culture Center 925 Riverside Drive 200 various Neil Road Recreation Center 3925 Neil Road 550 $95 Northeast Community Center 1301 Valley Road 300 various Plumas Gym 475 Monroe Street 350 $45 Sky Tavern Lodge 21130 Mt. Rose Highway 375 $50 Southside Cultural Center 190 East Liberty Street 120 various Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center 2745 Elementary Drive 85 $45 Minimum requirements apply * Use of patio has an additional charge Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 23
  • 24. Golf/tennis Since 1991, Rosewood Lakes Golf Course has provided golfers from all over the world extraordinary golf surrounded by the natural beauty of the Nevada desert. Rosewood Lakes Golf Course is renowned for its generous greens, berm-lined fairways and panoramic views. Superbly conditioned fairways and greens coexist with native wildlife, making for a pleasurable golf experience year-round. Four sets of tees ranging from 5,073 to 6,693 yards make the course challenging for all levels, even the most serious enthusiast. For tee times call 857-2892. www.RosewoodLakes.com. Reno Tennis Center The Reno Tennis Center is centrally located at 2601 Plumas Street. Sixteen hardcourts await players of all abilities. League, lessons, camps and open play are available. Open year- round, four courts are also lighted for play in the darker days of the year. Contact Andres Durandegui, Director of Tennis, at 689-2975 for more information. Four courts were fully reconstructed in early 2008, and more courts will be rebuilt in the next two years as part of the Reno City Council’s investment in recreation facilities (see back cover). Thirty other courts can be found throughout the community at parks like Barbara Bennett, Whitaker, Mira Loma and Crystal Lake. www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 24
  • 25. Outdoor Activities Outdoor Activitie s The Whitewater Park has grown into a cultural icon, an essential ingredient of Downtown that is the envy of cities across the country. Opened in 2004, the half-mile Whitewater Park features five drop pools over 1400 feet in the north channel; six pools over 1200 feet in the south channel. The north and south channels are created by Wingfield Park, a grassy island park with an amphitheater and facilities for concerts, festivals, picnics, outdoor sports and recreation. Visitors to the park will commonly see people using kayaks, canoes, rafts, or inner tubes pass through the park any time of the year. Kayak, raft and tube rentals are available by local concessionaires. As with all river systems, safety precautions should be exercised (i.e. use of personal floatation devices). No lifeguard on duty. Contact us for more information. Corporate Challenge Sky Tavern Junior Ski Program Rolling into its 14th year, The Sky Tavern Junior Ski Program is a non-profit Corporate Challenge has organization that operates the ski and snowboard become one of the most instruction program at Sky Tavern each winter. For popular athletic events for additional information on the program please call businesses of the Truckee 323-5125 or visit www.skytavern.com. Meadows. This Olympic- style event encompasses Project Discovery Leadership Challenge a variety of sports/events Program that take place both indoors Project Discovery and out. The games are designed to encourage programs consist employees from all areas of a company to get to of a progressive know each other better by participating side by series of carefully side. The resulting benefits are increases in team designed high-impact spirit, camaraderie and pride in your company. training activities Corporate Challenge is designed to promote an to enhance skills interest in wellness and sportsmanship through related to leadership, friendly competition for every fitness level. team-building, communication and Registration deadline: Monday, Mar 2, 2009 problem solving. The Dates: Sunday, Apr 26 - Saturday, May 9, 2009 Sky Tavern site is one Cost: $1,000 per company. of the largest ropes courses in the U.S. For more information on Project Discovery, call 849-3393 or Call Suzanna at 334-2262 or visit visit their website at www.projectdiscovery.com. www.cityofreno.com for a registration packet and other information. Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 25
  • 26. Adult Leagues Adult sports leagues Softball – Spring Leagues ORTS Registration League Begins Team Fee SP Weeknights – Reno Sports Complex & Idlewild Park Jan 5 - Mar 2 Apr 1 $515 Ultimate Frisbee – Season 1 Baseball – Men’s Wood Bat Registration League Begins Team Fee Registration League Begins Team Fee Tuesdays – Idlewild Park Sundays – Moana Stadium Mar 20 - May 11 May 25 $100 Feb 23 - Apr 13 May 3 $2,775 VOLLEYBALL BASKETBALL Registration League Begins Team Fee Registration League Begins Team Fee Volleyball – Fall Sunday Spiking League Basketball – Men’s Winter League Sundays – Plumas Gym Mondays - Thursdays – Plumas Gym & NECC Through Sept 11 Sept 21 $145 Aug 25 - Oct 13 Jan 5 $625 Volleyball – Fall Non-Spiking League Basketball – Co-ed Winter League Mondays & Wednesdays – Plumas Gym Saturdays – Plumas Gym Through Sept 11 Sept 22 $145 Oct 6 - Dec 8 Jan 10 $400 Volleyball – Fall Spiking League Basketball – Men’s 45+ League Tuesdays & Thursdays – Plumas Gym Mondays - Thursdays – NECC Through Sept 11 Sept 23 $145 Oct 6 - Dec 8 Jan 12 $400 Volleyball – Winter Sunday Spiking League Basketball – Co-ed 3-on-3 Summer League Sundays – Plumas Gym Saturdays – Plumas Gym Sept 29 - Nov 24 Jan 6 $145 Mar 2 - Apr 20 May 11 $100 Volleyball – Winter Non-Spiking League Basketball – Men’s Summer League Mondays - Thursdays – Vaughn M.S. Mondays & Tuesdays – Plumas Gym Sept 29 - Nov 24 Jan 7 $145 Mar 2 - Apr 20 May 11 $450 Volleyball – Winter Non-Spiking League Mondays - Thursdays – Plumas Gym FLAG FOOTBALL Jan 26 - Mar 1 Mar 16 $145 Registration League Begins Team Fee Volleyball – Spring Sunday Spiking League Flag Football – Fall League Sundays – Plumas Gym Saturdays – Idlewild Park Feb 9 - Mar 30 Apr 14 $145 Through Aug Sept 6 $450 Volleyball – Summer Leagues Flag Football – Spring League Mondays or Tuesdays – Plumas Gym Mondays – Idlewild Park Opens Mar 30 May 11 $145 Jan 19 - Mar 9 Apr 6 $450 To register for one of these leagues, download a sport-specific registration form from our website and submit it according to the instructions therein. To receive a registration form without the use of the Internet, call the Athletics Office at 334-2262. www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 26
  • 27. aquatics Northeast Community Center Pool 1301 Valley Road • 334-2262 Indoor 25 yard pool featuring 4 lanes - closed Sundays Dt Program Times Days Fee on-going Public Swim 1 - 3:30 pm Sat Adults $4 6 - 10 am Mon-Fri Youth $3 Lap Swim on-going 1 - 2 pm Child/Senior $2 11 - 1 pm Sat Oct 4 - 25 47834 Nov 1 - 22 47835 Water Babies 9:45 - 10:15 am Sat $24 per session Jan 10 - 31 47836 Feb 21 - Mar 14 47837 Mar 28 - Apr 18 47838 Oct 4 - 25 47839 Nov 1 - 22 47840 10:15 - 10:45 am Sat $24 per session Jan 10 - 31 47841 Feb 21 - Mar 14 47842 Mar 28 - Apr 18 47843 Sept 8 - 24 47844 Oct 6 - 22 47845 Nov 3 - 19 47846 6:15 - 6:45 pm 15 Mon/ n/Wed Jan 12 - Feb 2 47849 Tiny Tots Feb 9 - Mar 2 47850 Mar 9 - 25 47851 Apr 20 - May 6 47852 $ $36 p session per Sept 9 - 25 47853 Oct 7 - 23 47854 47 Nov 4 - 25 47855 855 6:15 - 6:4 p 6:45 pm Tues/Thurs Tues/Thurs Jan 13 - 29 an 1 9 47856 56 Feb 10 - 26 47857 47 Mar 10 - 26 47858 Apr 2 - May 7 21 47859 Oct 4 - 25 47860 Nov 1 - 22 47861 10:15 - 11 am Sat $24 per session Jan 10 - 31 47862 Feb 21 - Mar 14 47863 Mar 28 - Apr 18 47864 Sept 8 - 24 47865 Oct 6 - 22 47866 Nov 3 - 19 47867 6:15 - 7 pm Mon/Wed Jan 12 - Feb 2 47868 Learn to Swim Feb 9 - Mar 2 47869 Mar 9 - 25 47870 Apr 20 - May 6 47871 $36 per session Sept 9 - 25 47872 Oct 7 - 23 47873 Nov 4 - 25 47874 6:15 - 7 pm Tues/Thurs Jan 13 - 29 47875 Feb 10 - 26 47876 Mar 10 - 26 47877 Apr 21 - May 7 47878 12 - 1 pm Mon Wed Fri 10 - 11 am Tues Thurs Water Fitness See schedule See Schedule 7 - 8 pm Mon - Thurs 6 - 9 pm Thurs Lifeguard Training Jan 15 - Feb 8 47879 $90 + books 9 - 4 pm Sun Call 334-2262 for more information Private Pool Rental $70 per hour This schedule runs August 25, 2008 - May 2, 2009 Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 27
  • 28. Northwest Pool Swim Lessons Aquatics 2925 Apollo Way • 334-2203 Indoor 25 yard pool featuring 8 lanes and a teaching pool Dt Program Times Days Fee Sept 8 - 24 47740 Oct 6 - 22 47741 Nov 3 - 19 47742 $36 per session Dec 1 - 17 47743 5:45 - 6:15 pm Mon / Wed (NO CLASS 1/19 Jan 12 - Feb 2 47744 & 2/16) Feb 9 - Mar 2 47745 Mar 9 - 25 47746 Water Babies Apr 20 - May 6 47747 (6 mo - 2 yrs) Sept 9 - 25 47748 Oct 7 - 23 47749 Nov 4 - 25 47750 $36 per session Dec 2 - 18 47751 6:15 - 6:45 pm Tue / Thur (NO CLASS Jan 13 - 29 47752 11/11) Feb 10 - 26 47753 Mar 10 - 26 47754 Apr 21 - May 7 47755 Sept 8 - 24 47756 Oct 6 - 22 47757 Nov 3 - 19 47758 $36 per session Dec 1 - 17 47759 6:30 - 7 pm Mon / Wed ed (NO CLASS 1/19 ASS Jan 12 - Feb 2 47760 & 2/166) Feb 9 - Mar 2 r 47761 7761 Mar 9 - 25 47762 762 Apr 20 - May 6 r 47763 4776 Sept 9 - 25 47764 O Oct 7 - 23 47765 Nov 4 - 25 47766 $36 per session Tiny Tots Dec 2 - 18 47767 1:15 - 1:45 pm Tue / Thur (NO CLASS (3 - 5 yrs) Jan 13 - 29 47768 11/11) Feb 10 - 26 47769 Mar 10 - 26 47770 Apr 21 - May 7 47771 Sept 9 - 25 47772 Oct 7 - 23 47773 Nov 4 - 25 47774 $36 per session Dec 2 - 18 47775 5:30 - 6 pm Tue / Thur (NO CLASS Jan 13 - 29 47777 11/11) Feb 10 - 26 47778 Mar 10 - 26 47779 Apr 21 - May 7 47780 www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 28
  • 29. Northwest Pool Swim Lessons Aquatics 2925 Apollo Way • 334-2203 Indoor 25 yard pool featuring 8 lanes and a teaching pool Dt Program Times Days Fee Sept 8 - 24 47781 Oct 6 - 22 47782 Nov 3 - 19 47783 $36 per session Dec 1 - 17 47784 7:15 - 8 pm Mon / Wed (NO CLASS 1/19 Jan 12 - Feb 2 47785 & 2/16) Feb 9 - Mar 2 47786 Mar 9 - 25 47787 Apr 20 - May 6 47788 Sept 9 - 25 47789 Oct 7 - 23 47790 Nov 4 - 25 47791 $36 per session Learn to Swim Dec 2 - 18 47792 1:15 - 2 pm Tue / Thur (NO CLASS (6 yrs & up) Jan 13 - 29 47793 11/11) Feb 10 - 26 47794 Mar 10 - 26 47795 Apr 21 - May 7 47796 Sept 9 - 25 47797 Oct 7 - 23 47798 Nov 4 - 25 47799 $36 per session e Dec 2 - 18 47800 00 6:15 - 7 pm Tue / Thur (NO CLA LASS Jan 13 - 29 47801 11/11)) F Feb 10 - 266 47802 Mar 10 - 26 r1 47803 7803 Ap Apr 21 - May 7 pr 47804 Sept 9 - 25 47805 Oct 7 - 23 47806 Nov 4 - 25 47807 $36 per session Adult Stroke Clinic Dec 2 - 18 47808 6:15 - 7 pm Tue / Thur (NO CLASS (18 yrs & up) Jan 13 - 29 47809 11/11) Feb 10 - 26 47810 Mar 10 - 26 47811 Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 29
  • 30. Aquatics Northwest Pool 2925 Apollo Way • 334-2203 Indoor 25 yard pool featuring 8 lanes and a teaching pool Dt Program Times Days Fee 7:30 - 9 pm Tue / Thur Public Swim on-going 1 - 4 pm Sat / Sun $4 Adult $3 Youth 7 - 9 am $2 Child / Senior Mon-Fri 11:30 - 1:30 pm Lap Swim on-going 6:15 - 7:15 pm 12 - 1 pm Sat / Sun Pass available S Shdl Water Fitness 9 - 10 am Mon - Fri See Schedule 5:45 - 6:15 pm Mon / Wed Water Babies See Schedule $36 per session 6:15 - 6:45 pm Tue / Thur 6:30 - 7 pm Mon / Wed Tiny Tots See Schedule $36 per session 1:15 - 1:45 p pm Tue / Thur 5:30 - 6 pm 7:15 - 8 pm Mon / Wed W Learn to Swim See Schedule $36 per session 1:15 - 2 p :15 pm Tue / Thur e 6:1 6:15 - 7 pm S Shdl Adult Stroke Clinic 6:15 - 7 pm Tue / Thur $36 per session Sept 9 - Oct 17 47813 813 6:15 - 9:15 pm p Tue / Fri Mar 3 - Apr 10 47814 6:15 - 9 9:15 pm Tue / Fri Water Safety Instructor ter $100 + book oks 6:15 - 9:15 pm Wed Apr 22 - May 30 r2 47815 815 9 am - 12 p pm Sat Oct 21 - Dec 5 47816 6:15 - 9:15 pm Tue / Fri 6:15 - 9:15 pm Wed Feb 11 - Mar 4 47817 9 am - 4 pm Sat Lifeguard Training $90 + books Mar 16 - 21 47818 9 am - 4 pm Mon - Sat Apr 13 - 18 47819 9 am - 4 pm Mon - Sat Apr 21 - May 26 47820 6:15 - 9:15 pm Tue / Fri Lifeguard Instructor Jan 20 - Feb 24 47821 6:15 - 9:15 pm Tue / Fri $100 + books $4 Adults i Kayak Roll Sessions 8 - 9:30 pm Wed $3 Seniors/Youth $25 for 1 Child Private/Semi-Private Call 334-2203 for more information Lessons $45 for 2-5 Children Call 334-2203 for more information Private Pool Rental $70 per hour This schedule runs August 25, 2008 - May 2, 2009 www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 30
  • 31. Aquatics Water Fitness Water is a great environment for exercise. Buoyancy takes the impact off of leg joints allowing exercises to improve muscular strength, balance and fitness levels. Get high- impact results from a low-impact workout. No swimming skills are required. Northeast Community Center Northeast Community Center Mon, Wed & Fri -- 12 - 1 p.m. Tue & Thu -- 10 - 11 a.m. Dates Adult Senior Dates Adult Senior Sept 8 – Oct 3 45017 $36 45021 $30 Sept 9 – Oct 2 45018 $24 45022 $20 Oct 6 - 29 45025 $33 45029 $28 Oct 7 – 30 45026 $24 45030 $20 Nov 3 - 26 45033 $36 45037 $30 Nov 4 - 25 45034 $18 45038 $15 Dec 1 - 26 45041 $36 45045 $30 Dec 2 - 23 45042 $21 45046 $18 Dec 29 – Jan 23 47890 $33 47894 $28 Dec 30 – Jan 22 47891 $21 47895 $18 Jan 26 – Feb 20 47908 $33 47924 $28 Jan 27 – Feb 19 47909 $24 47925 $20 Feb 23 – Mar 20 47912 $36 47928 $30 Feb 24 – Mar 19 47913 $24 47929 $20 Mar 23 – Apr 17 47916 $36 47932 $30 Mar 24 – Apr 16 47917 $24 47933 $20 Apr 20 – May 15 47920 $36 47936 $30 Apr 21 – May 14 47921 $24 47937 $20 Northeast Community Center Northeast Community Center C Mon & Wed -- 7 - 8 p.m. Tue & Thu -- 7 - 8 p.m. Dates Adult Senior Date ates Ad Adult Senior Sept 8 – Oct 1 45019 $24 45023 $20 Sept 9 – Oct 2 45020 $24 45024 $20 Oct 6 - 29 45027 $24 45031 $20 Oct 7 – 30 45028 $24 45032 $20 Nov 3 - 26 45035 $24 45039 $20 Nov 4 - 255 45036 $18 45040 4504 $15 Dec 1 - 24 45043 $24 45047 $20 Dec 2 - 2 23 45044 $2 $21 45048 $18 Dec 29 – Jan 21 47892 $21 47896 7896 $18 Dec 3 – Jan 22 30 47893 $ $21 47897 $18 Jan 26 – Feb 18 F 47906 7906 $21 47922 $1 $18 Jan 27 – Feb 19 47907 $24 47923 $20 Feb 23 – Mar 18 ar 47910 $24 47926 24 $20 Feb 24 – Mar 19 47911 $24 47927 $2 $20 Mar 23 – Apr 15 47914 14 $24 47930 $20 Mar 24 – Apr 1 4 16 47915 915 $24 47931 1 $20 Apr 20 – May 13 47918 $2 $24 47934 $20 Apr 21 – May 14 47919 $24 47935 479 $20 Northwest Pool Northwest Pool Mon, Wed & Fri -- 9 - 10 a.m. Tue & Thu -- 9 - 10 a.m. Dates Adult Senior Dates Adult Senior Sept 8 – Oct 3 44867 $36 44869 $30 Sept 9 – Oct 2 44868 $24 44870 $20 Oct 6 - 31 44871 $36 44873 $30 Oct 7 - 31 44872 $24 44874 $20 Nov 3 - 28 44875 $36 44877 $30 Nov 4 - 25 44876 $21 44878 $18 Dec 1 - 26 44879 $36 44881 $30 Dec 2 - 23 44880 $21 44882 $18 Dec 29 – Jan 23 47942 $36 47943 $30 Dec 30 – Jan 22 47944 $21 47945 $18 Jan 26 – Feb 20 47946 $36 47947 $30 Jan 27 – Feb 19 47950 $24 47951 $20 Feb 23 – Mar 20 47952 $36 47953 $30 Feb 24 – Mar 19 47954 $24 47955 $20 Mar 23 – Apr 17 47956 $36 47957 $30 Mar 24 – Apr 16 47958 $24 47959 $20 Apr 20 – May 15 47960 $36 47961 $30 Apr 21 – May 14 47962 $24 47963 $20 Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 31
  • 32. SENIOR Senior Services Services Senior Connection Publication for Seniors 55+ Senior Connection Newsletter Every month seniors gather to This is the best way to stay current on the tango, waltz and swing, getting activities we offer. A typical issue includes exercise, building friendships descriptions of upcoming classes and events, and having fun. The music removable activity calendars and much more. Pick varies from live to DJ, and up a copy each month at Teglia’s Paradise Park, occasionally is accompanied Northeast Community Center, public libraries or by a holiday celebration. Light download a copy from our website. refreshments are provided. Upcoming dates: Aug 24, Sept 14 & 28, Oct 12 & 26, Card, Game and Craft Groups Nov 9 & 23, Dec 14, Jan 11 & 25, Feb 8 & 22, Mar 8 The City offers a selection of self- & 22, Apr 12 & 26. Age: 55+ Sundays 2 - 5 p.m. directed activities for seniors such as card groups Neil Road Recreation Center. Fee: $5 for Bridge, Pinochle, Cribbage or Pan Cards, quilting groups, Bunco groups and dance groups. Brunch and a Movie Club Instructional classes in ceramics, crochet, or inter- Join friends for brunch at a local buffet followed generational arts and crafts are also available. by a good movie at the theater. Meets the Nevada Elders on the Net (NEON) first Thursday of every The NEON program facilitates senior access to month, departing from information and referrals from the Internet the Teglia’s Paradise Park through the placement of computers in Activity Center. community centers throughout Nevada. Use of 9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. the computers is Sept 4 39481 $20 free of charge. NEON computers Oct 2 39482 $20 are available at Nov 6 39483 $20 Teglia’s Paradise Dec 4 39484 $20 Park Activity Center Jan 8 47728 $20 and at Neil Road Recreation Center. Feb 5 47729 $20 Ma 5 47730 $20 Apr 2 47731 $20 www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 32
  • 33. SENIOR Senior Roundtable Senior Services Does interesting discussion suit you? Join us as we discuss different issues and services each Services month. Programs and service professionals will be available to share information and to hear your issues, concerns and suggestions. Coffee and light Senior Travelers refreshments will be served. Age: 55+. Meets the Travel to a different second Tuesday of every month. 1 – 2 p.m. Neil regional destination Road Recreation Center. each month. Visit Sept 9 43960 $1.50 Virginia City, Squaw Valley, Apple Hill, or Oct 14 43961 $1.50 other places of historical Nov 18 43962 $1.50 or educational interest. Dec 9 43963 $1.50 Special multi-day trips are also arranged each Jan 13 49330 $1.50 year. Departs from the Northeast Community Feb 10 49331 $1.50 Center or the Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center. Mar 10 49332 $1.50 Fee: $40. Age: 55+. Apr 14 49333 $1.50 Sept 18 Sacramento Zoo 39492 Oct 16 Apple Hill 39493 Crocheting Nov 20 Folsom Premium Outlets 39494 Join this stress free group to learn a variety of stitches and create Afghans, Dec 10 Holiday Lights Tour 39495 lap blankets and much, much more. Projects require Jan 22 National Auto Museum 47724 time spent as ‘home work’ for completion. All Feb 19 Carson City State Capitol 47725 skill levels welcome. Supply list: one 8 oz. skein of worsted weight yarn and an ‘H’ aluminum crochet Mar 19 Fleishman Planetarium 47726 hook are needed. Age: 55+. Northeast Community Bower’s Mansion and Apr 16 47727 Center. Mondays from 10 a.m. to noon. Carson Hot Springs Sept 8 – 29 40069 $20 Senior Travelers Overnighter: Oct 6 – 27 40070 $20 Spirit of Sacramento Dinner Cruise Nov 3 – 24 40071 $20 Join the Reno Senior Travelers for a wonderful Dec 1 – 22 40072 $20 evening dinner cruise on the Sacramento River. Stay overnight at the Vagabond Inn. Dinner and Jan 5 – 26 47441 $15 cruise are included in the price. Sept 25 & 26. Fee: Feb 2 – 23 47442 $15 $150 double occupancy, $200 single occupancy. Mar 2 – 23 47443 $20 Apr 6 – 27 47444 $20 Senior Farmers’ Market Trips Free roundtrip transportation is available for seniors to local farmer’s markets. Seniors who participate in these trips receive a free Nevada Certified Farmers Market Association canvas bag for fruits and vegetables. Registration is required. Tuesday, Sept 16 from 9 – 11 a.m. United Methodist Church, 1231 Pyramid Way. Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 33
  • 34. Senior Services Senior Computer Classes Word Processing 2 Introduction to the wonderful Wednesdays, 9 – 10:30 a.m. world of computers. You will learn the basics plus Northeast Community Center experience word-processing and Internet programs. Sept 10 – Oct 1 49225 $20 Age: 55+. Oct 8 – 29 49226 $20 Nov 5 – 26 49227 $20 Basic PC Dec 3 – 17 49228 $15 Mondays, 9 – 10 a.m. Jan 7 – 28 49229 $20 Northeast Community Center Feb 4 – 25 49230 $20 Sept 8 – 29 49616 $20 Mar 4 – 25 49231 $20 Oct 6 – 27 49617 $20 Apr 1 – 29 49232 $15 Nov 3 – 17 49618 $15 Dec 1 – 15 49619 $15 Internet & Email Jan 5 – 26 47720 $15 Mondays, 1 – 2:30 p.m. Feb 2 – 23 47721 $15 Northeast Community Center Mar 2 – 23 47722 $20 Sept 8 – 29 49610 $20 Apr 6 – 27 47723 $15 Oct 6 – 27 49612 $20 Nov 3 – 17 49613 $15 Tuesdays, 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Neil Road Recreation Center Dec 1 – 15 49615 $15 Sept 2 – 23 49620 $20 Jan 5 – 26 47716 $15 Oct 7 – 28 49621 $20 Feb 2 – 23 47717 $15 Dec 2 – 16 49622 $15 Mar 2 – 23 47718 $20 Jan 6 – 27 49623 $20 Apr 6 – 27 47719 $15 Feb 3 – 24 49624 $20 Mar 3 – 24 49625 $20 Open Computer Lab Apr 7 – 28 49626 $20 Wednesdays, 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Northeast Community Center Word Processing 1 Sept 10 – Oct 1 48793 $20 Mondays, 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. Oct 8 – 29 48795 $20 Northeast Community Center Nov 5 – 26 48798 $20 Sept 8 – 29 49334 $20 Dec 3 – 17 48799 $15 Oct 6 – 27 49335 $20 Jan 7 – 28 48810 $20 Nov 3 – 17 49336 $20 Feb 4 – 25 48811 $20 Dec 1 – 15 49337 $15 Mar 4 – 25 48813 $20 Jan 5 – 26 49326 $15 Apr 1 – 29 48815 $20 Feb 2 – 23 49327 $15 Mar 2 – 23 49328 $20 Beyond Basics Apr 6 – 27 49329 $15 Wednesdays, 1 – 2:30 pm. Northeast Community Center Tuesdays, 1 – 2:30 p.m. Sept 10 – Oct 1 48756 $20 Neil Road Recreation Center Oct 8 – 29 48758 $20 Sept 2 – 23 49627 $20 Nov 5 – 26 48760 $20 Oct 7 – 28 49628 $20 Dec 3 – 17 48761 $15 Dec 2 – 16 49629 $20 Jan 7 – 28 48764 $20 Jan 6 – 27 49630 $20 Feb 4 – 25 48765 $20 Feb 3 – 24 49631 $20 Mar 4 – 25 48766 $20 Mar 3 – 24 49632 $20 Apr 1 – 29 48767 $20 Apr 7 – 28 49633 $20 www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 34
  • 35. IOR EN Senior Services S itness F Senior Yoga This modified yoga program for mature adults is designed to help improve strength and flexibility. Stretch and hold poses in simple ways to gradually ease tight joints and muscles and build strength. Regain mobility, coordination, balance and fullness of breath. The Sierra Nevada Senior Games is a Leave class feeling relaxed and special event for seniors 50 and older refreshed. Age: 55+. Mon/ that combines a wide range of events Wed/Fri Northeast Community that promote physical fitness and provide Center from 1 – 2 p.m. Neil Road opportunities for fun, recreation and Recreation Center from 11 a.m. fellowship. The 2009 games will be held – 12 p.m. Fee: $20 per month. Friday, April 24 - Saturday, May 9, 2009. Call Rossy at 334-2262 or visit Silver State Super Seniors www.cityofreno.com for a registration packet and other information. This is a combined recreation and senior exercise program. Senior Fitness Group Class includes sitting and standing exercises, the use of Dynabands, Indian For seniors who want to Club exercises, balance practice and precision work on weight reduction or marching. Age: 55+. Tue/ Thur/ Fri Northeast improve their general health. Treadmills, stationary Community Center from 8:30 – 9:45 a.m. Fee: $5 bikes and eliptical machines are used. Age: 55+. per month. Mon/Wed 10 – 11 a.m. Northeast Community Center. Fee: $20 per month. Walk-n-Talk Seniors Sit & Get Fit Senior weekly walks on Tuesdays for approximately 1 hour. 1st & 3rd Tuesdays at Paradise Park. 2nd This is weight training & 4th Tuesdays from Northeast Community program designed to Center and Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center strengthen the - Transportation will be provided to various local muscles used for parks. Raffle Prizes. All levels of walkers welcome. walking and getting Bring your walking shoes and water. Age: 55+. out of a chair. Tue 9 – 10 a.m. Teglia’s Paradise Park. Fee: FREE. Exercises are done while seated and Personal Fitness Review standing, holding a chair for balance. Ken, our personal senior fitness trainer, will Age: 55+. Teglias’s work with you individually and develop a fitness Paradise Park Activity Center – Tue/Thur 10 - 11 a.m. plan specially for you to meet your needs and Northeast Community Center Mon/Wed/Fri. accomplish your goals. This 1 hour appointment 8:30 - 9:30a.m. Fee: $5 per month. must be made in advance. Age: 55+. Northeast Community Center. Fee: $20. Call 334-2262 to schedule an appointment. Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 35
  • 36. ure Arts & ult C Arts & culture McKinley Arts & Culture Center The former McKinley Park School, located at 925 Riverside Drive, was constructed in 1910 and renovated in 1999. This historic building with its Arts & Culture Commission Grants unique ornate design boasts two gallery spaces, The City of Reno Arts & Culture Commission arts and crafts workshops, and provides rented invites all interested arts and culture non-profit office space for local non-profit arts organizations. organizations to apply for grant funding. The It occupies an important place within the Truckee Commission has $260,000 to award in three River Arts and Culture District and an auditorium different categories for the fiscal year 2009- and boardroom are available for rental by tenants 2010. All grant applications will be available online and outside and at the McKinley Arts & Culture Center Nov 5 cultural groups. and are due by 4:30 p.m. on Dec 10, 2008. The public may also rent Eligible organizations must be 501(c)(3) non- the facility for profits. Grants must take place between Jul 1, weddings. 2009 and Jun 30, 2010. For more information Call 334-2417. contact 334-2417. Southside Cultural Center Auditorium The former Southside School, located at 190 East Liberty Street, includes an art gallery on the ground floor and auditorium on the second level. The auditorium is available for rehearsals, performances, lectures, concerts and special occasions. The public may also rent the facility for weddings. Call 334-2417 for more information. RENTAL FEES McKinley Arts & Culture Center & Southside Cultural Center Auditorium (rehearsal) $50/hr Auditorium (performance) $75/hr Auditorium (other use) $100/hr Boardroom $50/hr McKinley Wedding/Party Package $750 for 8 hours - includes auditorium, stage, restrooms, foyer, kitchen and courtyard. www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 36
  • 37. Public Art Arts & Cutlure Artist Marketing Salon A workshop for visual artists that helps prepare a marketing plan and materials. Tuesdays from 4 – 5 p.m. at the McKinley Arts & Culture Center. Sept 2 – Oct 21. Fee: $40. Public Art Walking Tours The Arts and Culture Division offers a Public Art Walking Tour the first Friday of every month, at noon, weather permitting. The walk begins and ends at the 10 North Virginia Street Plaza at 1st Tour Our Art Galleries and Virginia in downtown Reno. The Walk features highlights of the City of Reno Public Art collection The City of Reno manages four gallery spaces in with information about the history of each piece City facilities including the Metro Gallery in Reno and the artist. Each tour lasts 50 minutes and City Hall, Gallery East and Gallery West at the there are two routes: The Downtown McKinley Arts and Culture Center and the Southside Collection and the ReTRAC Cultural Center Gallery. All Galleries are open Collection. Call 334-6264 for regular business hours 8 am -5 pm Monday through more information or Friday and admission is free. For information on to schedule a current exhibitions please call 334-2417. group walk. Gallery East Oct 20- Dec 11 National Arts Program Various Dec 15- Feb 5 Devin Hosselkus Painting Feb 9- April 2 Todorova/Bridegum Photography & Pen & Ink April 6- May 28 Leah Ruby Sculpture Gallery West Oct 20- Dec 11 Black Rock/ Burning Man Photography Dec 15- Feb 5 Todd Anderson Printmaking Feb 9- April 2 Tiffany Mayorga Painting April 6- May 28 Kristin Rosenqvist Photography Metro Gallery Aug 22- Oct 16 Michael Crawford Painting Oct 20- Dec 11 Robert Rollins Photography Dec 15- Feb 5 Barbara Hofheins Acrylic and Pastel Feb 9- April 2 David Drakulich Painting April 6- May 28 John Molezzo Photography Southside Cutural Center Oct 20- Dec 11 Youth ArtWorks Whious Dec 15- Feb 5 Matt Dodge Printmaking Feb 9- April 2 Black History Month Painting April 6- May 28 Karen Kreyeski Painting Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 37
  • 38. Events ecial Special Events Sp Harvest Festival Oct 31 – 2-8 p.m. Neil Road Recreation Center The City of Reno’s Harvest Festival is the perfect opportunity for children to celebrate October 31st Community Appreciation Skate Nights in a fun and safe environment. Children/Teens can Experience the seasonal thrill of ice skating at the participate in carnival games, contests, mazes, Rink on the River. candy, bounce houses The city offers and more! Age: 2-14. free admission and Cost: $1 Admission, skate rental on or canned food / these three nights. $.50 extra tickets for Visit with friends balloons, and extra or family and make games, maze. some sensational seasonal memories. Wednesday Dec 10 6-10 p.m. Veterans Day Parade Nov 11– 11 a.m. Wednesday Jan 14 6-10 p.m. Virginia Street from Court/Mill to 5th St Wednesday Feb 11 6-10 p.m. Celebrate our veterans with the city of Reno Spring Festival at a parade in their Apr 12 – 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. honor. Salute World War Reno Sports Complex II, Korea, Vietnam, Gulf The City of and Iraq War veterans Reno’s Spring during this annual event. Festival is Anyone interested in participating in the parade, the perfect please contact Peggy at 657-4630 or aguilarp@ opportunity cityofreno.com for a registration form. for children to celebrate Holiday Tree Lighting spring and Wednesday, Nov. 26 – 5 p.m. participate in City Plaza, 10 North Virginia St an egg hunt, Join the Mayor and City Council as we light up the carnival games, bounce houses and get their face city’s holiday tree. The Reno Youth Opera Chorus painted all in the same location! Age: 2-12. Cost: will be serenading us prior to $5 Admission, includes 5 eggs and 5 game tickets/ the lighting with holiday carols, $.50 extra tickets for balloons, and extra games. the mayor will flip the switch around 5:20 p.m. and then the ice rink will open for skating until 9:00 p.m. FREE skate rental with the donation of a new pair of socks/gloves/ mittens or hat. Donations are given to the Salvation Army. www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper 38
  • 39. Stay Reno Direct Informed Oct 2008 - 4, 11, 18 & 25 - locations TBD Apr 2009 - 4, 11, 18 & 25 - locations TBD The City of Reno has made environmental Reno Connect allows you stewardship a priority. On four Saturdays during to receive automatic April and October, City of Reno residents will be information updates in able to dispose of their household trash and debris the ways that suit you at various neighborhood locations for FREE with best. You can request to receive Reno Connect a voucher. It is a great time to get rid of lawn information via email, telephone, cell phone and/or trimmings, tree limbs, clutter, and garbage that fax. Sign up online or by calling Reno Direct. have been storing up. These same vouchers can Reno Direct is the City of Reno call center, designed also be used for a one time FREE visit to the Waste to improve communications between you and your Management’s Lockwood Landfill. In addition, a City government. Contacting Reno Direct will ensure limited number of hazardous waste vouchers are that your suggestion, problem, request or issue available for the disposal of old paint, oil, and other will get routed to the appropriate department. hazardous materials. In addition to residential Reno Direct customer service trash, residents can visit each neighborhood site representatives are available with bikes, electronics, tires, metals, and building by calling 334-INFO (4636) materials. Items collected are refurbished or weekdays from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. recycled which helps our entire community. Reno Clean and Green benefits the entire region by reducing illegal dumping and encouraging recycling. Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 39
  • 40. Topic: Hot Facilities Renaissance Parks, Recreation & Community Services Recreation In July 2008, the Reno City Council approved Reno’s first Recreation Facilities Plan. The document outlines long-range and short-term goals for providing enhanced recreation facilities for the community. The plan incorporated extensive citizen involvement and input, and focuses on the addition of new facilities. The city is pursuing partnerships with entities such as Washoe County, the University of Nevada and many non-profit organizations to create ball fields, aquatic centers, tennis facilities, preserve open space and expand its trail system in all sectors of the city. These projects will develop over a 5-20 year planning horizon. Also at its July 2008 meetings, the Reno City Council voted unanimously to invest $7.5 Million to improve existing city recreation facilities. It was a landmark action demonstrating the Council’s commitment to improving the quality of life in Reno and protecting its park and recreation investments. The City Council actions were based on a lengthy citizen involvement process over the previous nine months and a thorough analysis of all city-owned and operated park and recreation facilities. A report was compiled outlining the prioritization of repairs needed to be completed. Over the next 18 months, improvements to the city’s pools, tennis courts, recreation centers and Rosewood Lakes Golf Course will be undertaken. In addition, funding will be used to rehabilitate parks and other park and recreation support facilities. The funds will address the immediate short-term needs of the facilities, many of which may not be readily noticeable to the user. Buildings will be repaired or roofing replaced, fire protection systems will be upgraded, and plumbing/mechanical/electrical improvements will be made. The most noticeable to users will be exterior improvements, refinished wood floors, and more comfortable indoor environments. For more information visit www.cityofreno.com. www.cityofreno.com printed on 30% recycled paper

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