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  • 1. Parks, Recreation & Community Services City of Reno Summer 2011 Swim Lessons p.14 Pool Schedules p.16 Summer Camps p.37 WWW.RENO.GOV
  • 2. UsInformation C ont act .gov ren odirect@reno ation Email us at: r General Inform o cies 334-2262 f r After-Hours Emergen o 352-4249 f ine @ l Follow us on DIRECTORY – PARKS, RECREATION & COMMUNITY SERVICES Facility Address Phone Fax Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center 1301 Valley Road 334-2262 321-8338 (EMNECC) 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 - Neil Road Recreation Center 3925 Neil Road 689-8484 689-8487 Park Maintenance/Urban Forestry 2055 Idlewild Drive 334-2270 334-2471 Special Events Office 925 Riverside Drive 334-2417 334-2598 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 - Athletic League Rain-out Hotline 334-6268 - = Key Registration Sites. Contact us for drop-in programs and schedules. All class schedules, facility hours and instructors are subject to change and/or cancellation. HOLIDAYS – CENTERS AND OFFICES CLOSED Contact us for hours at Rosewood Lakes Golf Course & Northwest Pool Independence Day Labor Day Monday, September 5 Monday, July 4 (Observed) Nevada Day Friday, October 28 Veterans Day Friday, November 11 2 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 3. Hot Information Topic TABLE OF CONTENTS Program Registration 4 City Continues to Facility Schedules 5 Focus on High Adaptive Recreation 6 Quality Service Dance 8 Martial Arts 10The start of the 2011 Summer-Fun time of year isalmost upon us and we are preparing an enjoyable, Fitness 11and satisfying season for Reno residents, visitorsand those who live in the Truckee Meadows. Pools & Aquatics 14Over the past two years, the City of Reno Parks, Senior Services 19Recreation and Community Services Departmenthas undergone significant reduction in staffing Adult Sports 23levels, its additional reliance on volunteers, and the Golf & Tennis 24need to focus City resources on priority recreation,parks, arts, and culture services. The prioritization of Urban Forestry 25services have been chosen by the Reno City Councilwith input by citizens, user groups, neighborhood Outdoors 26organizations, and the Boards and Commissionsrepresenting Parks and Recreation. Trails 28Despite the reduction in resources, the City staff Park Listings 29remains committed to providing the highest qualityservice to our citizens, volunteers, user groups, Rentable Shelters & Facilities 31and all participants in our programs and services.We continue to rely on our dedicated volunteers to Arts & Culture 34help us provide these services, maintain our parks,and delivering our programs. Consult our website at Youth Programs 35WWW.RENO.GOV for more information on becominga volunteer. Special Events 39We look forward to a brighter future for ourcommunity and we invite you to continue to joinus in improving your quality of life by engagingin the programs and services offered by the Cityof Reno Parks, Recreation, & Community ServicesDepartment. We’re waiting for You!Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 3
  • 4. RegistratioInformation Register in Person, By Phone, Fax or Online n • Fill out a Household Account Form Mission Statement (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 for Reno community. online service, go to WWW.RENO.GOV and select Parks, Rec. & Community Services • Registration/payment is required in advance, prior to use of programs, services or facilities. Senior Dimensions Registration/payment is taken up until the Health Plan of Nevada, Inc. registration deadlines or when a program is full. (HPN) has contracted with the Call for more information or download the rules City of Reno to provide all and forms from our website. of HPN’s contracted Medicare members certain • Requests for Refunds, Transfers or Credits must fitness and wellness services and be received on the written form by the criteria benefits. Any eligible person enrolled deadlines. Call for more information or download with HPN can receive a basic the rules and form from our website. fitness membership with the City or fitness program enrollment Some programs have a registration deadline at no charge. Programs and many fill to capacity. It is advised to register in this brochure with the early to ensure your space. Fees are subject to Senior Dimensions logo qualify as City Council approval and can change. programs available as part of this HPN Medicare benefit. Volunteering Scholarships Volunteering is the perfect way to develop a new The City of Reno is committed to providing skill, to discover a new talent or give back to the recreational opportunities to all residents community. Volunteer opportunities for the City regardless of economic circumstances. of Reno Parks Recreation and Community Services For this reason, a limited fund scholarship Division include but are not limited to: Greenhouse program is available to those who qualify. horticulture, Friends of the Rose Garden, Adopt- If you have wanted to participate in our a-flower bed, Seniors, Inclusion and Adaptive senior programs, all-day camps, before- Recreation, Golf, Arts, Community Garden, Special and after-school programs or qualified Events, and Administration. Long-term volunteers activities but couldn’t because of financial receive background checks prior to serving. For circumstances, we encourage you to apply. more information contact April Wolfe at 333-7765. Information is kept strictly confidential. For additional information call 334-2260. 4 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 5. Facility Information S ched ules Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Northwest Pool 1301 Valley Road 2925 Apollo Way (775) 334-2262 (775) 334-2203 Monday - Thursday 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. Mon/Wed/Fri 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. Tue/Thur 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Available for Saturday Available for events/rentals Sunday events/rentals Sunday 12 p.m. - 4 p.m. Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center Pool 2745 Elementary Drive (775) 334-2262 (775) 356-3176 Monday 7 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Tuesday - Wednesday 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Tuesday 7 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Available for Monday/Thursday/Friday Wednesday 7 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. events/rentals) Thursday 7 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Available for Saturday - Sunday Friday 7 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. events/rentals Rosewood Lakes Golf Course Saturday 8 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. 6800 Pembroke Drive Sunday Available for (775) 857-2892 events/rentals 7 days a week 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Neil Road Recreation Center March - November 3925 Neil Road Southside Cultural Center (775) 689-8484 190 East Liberty Street Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. (775) 334-2260 Available for Hours to be Saturday - Sunday Monday - Friday events/rentals determined Parks Maintenance McKinley Arts & Culture Center 2055 Idlewild Drive 925 Riverside Drive (775) 334-2270 (775) 334- 2417 Monday - Friday 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. = Key Registration Sites Facility schedules and hours of operation are subject to change. Facilities have activities offered at specific times within each operating day. Contact each facility for specifics.Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 5
  • 6. AdaptiveAdaptive Recreation RECREATION Access for All Adaptive Golf Rosewood Lakes Golf The City of Reno welcomes the opportunity to Course offers six week provide accommodations to people with disabilities sessions of golf instruction. so that full participation in leisure and recreation Whether you are an programs, classes, services and facilities may be absolute beginner or enjoyed by all. If you or a family member require a seasoned veteran, a reasonable accommodation to participate in a you’ll find a place at our golf clinics taught by golf program, please call a minimum of five business professionals. Fee: $60 per session days prior to the start of the program. Sundays July 10 - Aug 21 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Wednesdays Sept 14 - Oct 19 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Efforts will be made to accommodate your request. If you have any questions or need additional information please contact Inclusion Services at 334-2262. Hearing impaired individuals can use Nevada Relay - dial 711 for assistance. Adaptive REConnection is the best way Newsletter to stay current on adaptive recreation opportunities. A typical issue includes upcoming community events, sports and social RENO programs and area resources. Download a copy from our website or call Inclusion/Adaptive Services RENO at 334-2262 to have each issue emailed to you. U.S. Paralympics, a division of the U.S. Olympic Committee, and the City of Reno have partnered to create Paralympic Sport Reno. Paralympic Sport Reno is a community-based sports club developed to involve Out and About youth and adults with physical and visual disabilities in This community outing sports and physical activity, regardless of skill level and program is geared raise the profile of Paralympic sport nationally. Contact for young adults ages us for a detailed schedule of activities and clinics. 15 years and up with disabilities and their About U.S. Paralympics: caregivers/companions. U.S. Paralympics, a division of the U.S. Olympic Join us for bowling, Committee, is dedicated to becoming the world cooking, golfing, fishing, leader in paralympic sports movement and to field trips and more. promoting excellence in the lives of persons with Contact us for a detailed schedule of activities. physical disabilities. 6 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 7. Adaptive Adaptive RecreationRECREATIONAdaptive Equipment Rental Program Northern California/Nevada AdaptiveWhat do you do when you Cycling Serieswant to play but don’t Join us while wehave the toys? cycle variousYOU RENT! locations inOur adaptive Northernrecreation Californiaequipment is and Nevadaavailable to rent throughout the(sport wheelchairs, summer. Thereroller sleds, bowling ramp, handcycles, etc.). Renting will be a seriesmakes it affordable for participants to try before of organized rides in the Bay Area, Sacramento, they buy, be a weekend warrior, gain skills, and Lake Tahoe and Reno. Each ride will offer routes of be involved in more than one sport. varying distances for beginner to advanced cyclists. For more information call Inclusion/ Aug 6 Lake Tahoe, CA Adaptive Services at 334-2262. Oct 22 Berkeley, CA For more information or to sign up contact: April Wolfe - City of Reno Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-333-7765 or wolfea@reno.govParks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 7
  • 8. ANCEDance Classes D Cla sses Tap Dance Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Beginner Tap – Age 7 - 12 Ballet Dance Saturday 12:30 p.m. - 1:20 p.m. Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center June 18 - July 16 (4) 80455 $20 Creative Ballet – Ages 3 - 6 July 23 - Aug 13 (4) 80456 $20 Monday 5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. *no class July 2 June 6 - June 27 (4) 80607 $35 Sept 10 - Oct 15 (6) 80457 $30 Aug 1 - Aug 22 (4) 80608 $35 Beginner Adult Tap – Ages 13+ Aug 29 - Sept 26 (4) 80609 $35 Saturday 11:30 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. *no class Sept. 5 June 18 - July 16 (4) 80370 $20 Oct 3 - Oct 24 (4) 80610 $35 July 23 - Aug 13 (4) 80371 $20 Creative Ballet – Ages 3 - 6 *no class July 2 Tuesday 5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. Sept 10 - Oct 15 (6) 80372 $30 June 7 - June 28 (5) 80612 $35 Intermediate Adult Tap – Ages 13+ Aug 2 - Aug 30 (4) 80613 $40 Wednesday 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. Sept 6 - Sept 27 (4) 80614 $35 June 15 - July 27 (7) 80376 $35 Beginner Ballet – Ages 4 - 6 Sept 7 - Oct 19 (7) 80377 $35 Monday 5 p.m. - 5:50 p.m. Advanced Tap – Ages 13+ June 13 - July 11 (4) 80355 $20 Monday 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. July 18 - Aug 8 (4) 80356 $20 June 13 - July 11 (4) 80386 $20 Sept 12 - Oct 17 (6) 80357 $30 *no class July 4 Beginner Ballet – Ages 7 - 12 July 18 - Aug 8 (4) 80387 $20 Saturday 10:30 p.m. - 11:20 a.m. Sept 12 - Oct 17 (6) 80390 $30 Jun 18 - July 16 (4) 80360 $20 Senior Tap – Ages 50+ July 23 - Aug 13 (4) 80361 $20 Wednesday 9 p.m. - 10 a.m. Sept 10 - Oct 15 (6) 80362 $30 June 15 - July 27 (7) 80395 $35 Intermediate Ballet – Ages 7 - 12 Sept 7 - Oct 19 (7) 80396 $35 Wednesday 5 p.m. - 5:50 p.m. *Instructor approval required for June 15 - July 27 (6) 80365 $30 advanced classes Sept 7 - Oct 19 (7) 80366 $35 8 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 9. Dance Classes Dance ClassesBallet/JazzEvelyn Mount Northeast Community CenterThis is a fun and exciting way of learning two kindsof dance. Students will learn basic and intermediateballet steps plus enjoy the jam-in style of jazzdance. Students have recital opportunities. Tights,leotard, ballet and/or jazz shoes are required. Ballet Jazz – Ages 6-10 Tuesday 6:15 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. June 7 - 28 (4) 81055 $35 August 2 - 30 (4) 81056 $40 Sept 6 - 27 (4) 81058 $35Hip-Hop JazzEvelyn Mount Northeast Community CenterEnjoy this fun fast action class while dancingto favorite pop artists. A dance combination of Belly Dancelyrical, hip hop and jazz will be taught. Loose fitting Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Centerathletic clothes and jazz shoes are required. Beginner Belly Dance – Ages 13+ Ages 6 - 10 – Monday 6:15 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. Thursday 6 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.June 6 - June 27 (4) 80718 $35 June 30 - Aug 4 80656 $55 Aug 11 - Sept 15 80661 $55Aug 1 - Aug 22 (4) 80719 $35 Sept 22 - Oct 27 80656 $55Aug 29 - Sept 26 (4) 80731 $35 Intermediate Belly Dance – Ages 13+ Ages 10+ – Tuesday 7:15 p.m. - 8:15 p.m. Thursday 7:15 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. June 30 - Aug 4 80658 $55June 7 - June 28 (4) 80722 $35 Aug 11 - Sept 15 80663 $55Aug 2 - Aug 30 (5) 80723 $40 Sept 22 - Oct 27 80656 $55Sept 6 - 27 (4) 80727 $35 Beginner Belly Dance – Ages 13+ Wednesday 5:45 p.m. - 7 p.m. June 29 - Aug 3 80704 $55Senior Ballroom Dance WorkshopEvelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Aug 10 - Sept 14 80706 $55Join other active seniors and learn a variety of Sept 21 - Oct 26 80665 $55dances. You don’t need a partner to attend thesedance classes, just lots of enthusiasm! A $0.50drop-in fee or Senior Activity Pass applies. Troupe Jasmine Advanced/Rehearsal – 13+ Ages 55+ – Tuesday 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. Wednesday 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.May 3 - Aug 30 80212 June 29 - Aug 3 80711 Aug 10 - Sept 14 80712*Instructor approval required for Sept 21 - Oct 26 80713advanced classesParks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 9
  • 10. Martial ARMartial Arts Jujitsu TS Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Dan Zan Ryu Jujitsu is an internationally recognized system of Hawaiian jujitsu that engages student in a lifetime of self discovery. DZR teaches self- Valentine’s Kempo Karate defense that is effective on the streets and Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center competitive on the mat or in the cage, while Valentine’s Kempo Karate is a traditional form of developing students’ character and ethical Karate, which gives students of all ages the training principles. Students of DZR not only practice to progress through the belt ranks of White Belt techniques, but also belief in Kokua (helping spirit) - Black Belt. The focus is on respect, discipline and and Ohana (family spirit). honor. Jujitsu – Ages 13+ Beginner – Ages 8+ Tues/Thurs 7 - 8 p.m. & Sat 10 - 11 a.m. Monday/Wednesday 7 p.m. - 8 p.m. June 2 - 30 (13) 81365 $60 June 6 - June 22 (6) $40 July 2 - 30 (13) 81366 $60 July 6 - July 27 (7) $40 August 2 - 30 (13) 81367 $60 Aug 1 - Aug 29 (10) $40 Kid’s Jujitsu – Ages 5-13 Sept 5 - Sept 28 (8) $40 Tuesday/Thursday 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. Oct 3 - Oct 31 (9) $40 June 14 - 30 (6) 81358 $40 Nov 2 - Nov 30 (9) $40 July 5 - 28 (8) 81359 $50 Dec 5 - Dec 28 (8) $40 Aug 2 - 30 (7) 81360 $45 Advanced – Ages 8+ Goju-Ryu Karate School Monday/Wednesday 8 p.m. - 9 p.m. Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Learn how to defend yourself with Goju-Ryu June 6 - June 22 (6) $40 Japanese style martial art. Goju-Ryu Karate July 6 - July 27 (7) $40 contains five progressive programs of instruction. The first is devoted to the warming up exercises Aug 1 - Aug 29 (10) $40 used by the Instructor. The second basic form deals Sept 5 - Sept 28 (8) $40 with the fundamentals of blocking, striking and Oct 3 - Oct 31 (9) $40 kicking. The third basic move leads into the two major programs, Kata and Kumite. Nov 2 - Nov 30 (9) $40 Goju-Ryu Karate – Ages 7-12 Dec 5 - Dec 28 (8) $40 Tuesday 6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. June 7 - July 5 82955 $40 July 12 - July 26 82605 $40 Aug 2 - Aug 30 82606 $40 Goju-Ryu Karate – Ages 13+ Thursday 6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. June 2 - June 30 82957 $40 July 7 - July 28 83607 $40 Aug 4 - Aug 25 82606 $40 10 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 11. ess Cl asses FitnessFitn Personal Training Get the coaching and motivationJazzercise you need to achieve the fitnessWhen you love your workout, lifestyle you want with ACEthe results come easy. Certified Personal Trainers.That’s why Jazzercise blends Fitness should be a lifestyleaerobics, yoga, pilates and kick activity - like brushing yourboxing movements into fun teeth. This one-on-onedance routines set to fresh program will help get younew music. All fitness levels started on an exercise lifestyleare welcome! Taught by Joy designed to keep you fit and healthy.Brackney at the California The first session is an assessment ofBuilding in Idlewild Park. your fitness level and a conversationFor ages 16+. about your goals. In later sessions, the instructorsMon/Tues/Wed/Fri 9 - 10 a.m. teach proper techniques to develop strength,June 1 - 29 81062 $36 endurance and flexibility.July 1 -29 81063 $36 Homework - additional independent workouts - can be expected to complement and reinforce trainingAugust 1 - 31 81064 $36 sessions. EMNECC, by appointment. Fee: $25 for a 45 minute session.$36 for one month, $65 for two months,$90 for three months Contact Laurel at 972-4825 or Sheryl at 813-2930 for information or to schedule an appointment. Baby-Boot Camp Baby Boot Camp stroller-based fitness classes are designed specifically to help moms get fit. It takes the place of a personalWorkout while mixing Latin dance moves with trainer at a timeaerobic steps. The routines feature interval in your life whentraining sessions where fast and slow rhythms and you need oneresistance training are combined to tone and sculpt more than ever.your body while burning fat. You do not have to Classes combineknow how to dance to Zumba. Appropriate fitness strength-trainingclothes required. Must be registered to participate. exercises with cardiovascular drills. Pilates, yoga andWednesdays, 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. at the Evelyn abdominal exercises help improve core strength.Mount Northeast Community Center. The stroller, resistance tubes and even your child are used as an integral part of the workout.June 1 - 22 82312 $30 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 9:30 a.m. at Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Register online at www.babybootcamp.com.Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 11
  • 12. itness a c i l i t i e sFITNESS F F Reno’s two recreation centers are great facilities for The Neil Road Recreation Center has a circuit training fitness and exercise activity. At the Evelyn Mount room that uses both hydraulic resistance equipment Northeast Community Center patrons have access and calisthenics to provide a full-body workout. to a weight room fully equipped with dumbbell and Patrons can also use the gymnasium for activities barbell weight equipment, cable resistance machines, like volleyball, basketball and pickle ball. Miguel Ribera a universal machine, floor mats and Swiss balls. Park makes other activity possible including strolling, The cardio room is filled with treadmills, elliptical soccer, and more. trainers, stair steppers, and upright & recumbent Fees to use the facility vary and are based on the bicycles. EMNECC also has locker rooms, a full-sized ammenities one plans to use. Stop by one of these gymnasium, a four-lane lap pool and paved pathways facilities for a tour and to discuss with staff which through the adjacent Dick Taylor Park that provide fees apply to you. variety to any workout routine. * These fees below do not apply at NRRC. Drop-in Fitness, etc. is $.50 for seniors. Pool Fees LAP SWIM/PUBLIC SWIM Open Gym Fees Single Punch Pass Quarterly Single Punch Pass Quarterly Annual Admission (10 Visits) (3 months) Admit. (10 Visits) (3 mths) Adult (18+) $5 $45 $150 $360 Adult (18+) $2 $20 $60 Senior/Child Youth/Senior $2 $15 $60 $150 $1 $10 $30 (55+/under 6) (8-17/55+) Youth (6-17) $3 $25 $90 $225 Fitness Center Fees Water FITNESS CLASSES Single Punch Pass Quarterly Single Admission Admission (10 Visits) (3 months) Adult (18+) $6 Adult (18+) $4 $35 $80 Youth/Senior Youth/Senior $5 $3 $25 $60 (8-17/55+) (14-17/55+) Combination Passes and Fees FITNESS CENTER & OPEN GYM FITNESS CENTER & POOL Good for the Fitness Center and Open Gym Good for the Fitness Center, Open Swim and Lap Swim Single Punch Pass Quarterly Single Punch Pass Quarterly Admission (10 Visits) (3 months) Admission (10 Visits) (3 months) Adult (18+) $5 $45 $100 Adult (18+) $6 $55 $120 Youth/Senior Youth/ (14-17/55+) $4 $35 $80 Senior $5 $45 $100 (14-17/55+) PREMIUM - Good for the Fitness Center, Open Gym, Open Swim and Lap Swim Single Punch Pass Quarterly Admission (10 Visits) (3 months) Adult (18+) $7 $65 $175 Youth/Senior $6 $55 $150 (14-17/55+) 12 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 13. Water Fitness 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. Northwest Pool Northwest Pool Mon, Wed & Fri -- 9 - 10 a.m. Tue & Thu -- 9 - 10 a.m.Dates Adult Senior Dates Adult SeniorJune 13 - July 8* 80847 $36 80852 $30.00 June 14 - July 7* 80857 $24 80862 $20.00July 11 - Aug 5* 80848 $36 80853 $30.00 July 12 - Aug 4* 80858 $24 80863 $20.00Aug 8 - 19* 80849 $18 80854 $15.00 Aug 9 - 18* 80859 $12 80864 $10.00 *The sessions beginning the weeks of June 13 , July 11 , and Aug 8 will run from 8:45 - 9:45 am at Northwest Pool ONLY* Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Mon, Wed & Fri -- 12 - 1 p.m. Tue & Thu -- 10 - 11 a.m.Dates Adult Senior Dates Adult SeniorJune 13 - July 8 80936 $33 80941 $27.50 June 14 - July 7 80946 $24 80951 $20.00July 11 - Aug 5 80937 $36 80942 $30.00 July 12 - Aug 4 80947 $24 80952 $20.00Aug 8 - Sep 2 80938 $36 80943 $30.00 Aug 9 - Sept 1 80948 $24 80953 $20.00 Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Tues & Thur -- 6:15 - 7:15 p.m.Dates Adult SeniorJune 14 - July 7 80956 $24 80961 $20.00July 12 - Aug 4 80957 $24 80962 $20.00Aug 9 - Sept 1 80958 $24 80963 $20.00 Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 13
  • 14. Aquatics Water Babies This parent-assisted program helps small children (6 months to 3 years old) become accustomed to the water while in the familiar hands of mom or dad. Idlewild Pool Northwest Pool Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center 12 - 12:30 pm -- Mon / Wed 6:15 - 6:45 pm -- Tue/Thur 9:45 - 10:15 am -- Sat Dates Course Dates Course Dates Course June 20 - 29 80760 $28 June 21 - 30 80790 $28 June 4 - 25 80817 $28 July 11 - 20 80761 $28 July 12 - 21 80791 $28 July 9 - 30 80818 $28 August 1 - 10 80762 $28 August 2 - 11 80792 $28 Aug 6 - 27 80819 $28 12 - 12:30 pm -- Tue / Thur 11:15 - 11:45 am -- Tue / Thur Dates Course Dates Course June 21 - 30 80763 $28 June 21 - 30 80820 $28 July 12 - 21 80764 $28 July 12 - 21 80821 $28 August 2 - 11 80765 $28 August 2 - 11 80822 $28 Tiny Tots Certified American Red Cross instruction begins with basic physical and mental adjustment to the water. Participants are taught basic safety and swim readiness skills using play as the primary form of teaching. This class does not teach children to be accomplished swimmers, but helps to develop a comfort level in the water and establish the basic building blocks for the future instruction. Participants are 3 - 5 years old. Five students per instructor. Idlewild Pool Northwest Pool Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center 9:40 - 10:10 am -- Mon - Thur 10 - 10:30 am -- Mon - Thur 10:15 - 10:45 am -- Saturday Dates Course Dates Course Dates Course June 20 - 30 80766 $56 June 20 - 30 80793 $56 June 4 - 25 80823 $28 July 11 - 21 80767 $56 July 11 - 21 80794 $56 July 9 - 30 80824 $28 August 1 - 11 80768 $56 August 1 - 11 80795 $56 Aug 6 - 27 80825 $28 10:20 - 10:50 am -- Mon - Thur 10:40 - 11:10 am -- Mon - Thur 10 - 10:30 am -- Mon / Wed Dates Course Dates Course Dates Course June 20 - 30 80769 $56 June 20 - 30 80796 $56 June 20 - 29 80826 $28 July 11 - 21 80770 $56 July 11 - 21 80797 $56 July 11 - 20 80827 $28 August 1 - 11 80771 $56 August 1 - 11 80798 $56 August 1 - 10 80828 $28 11 - 11:30 am -- Mon - Thur 11:20 - 11:50 am -- Mon - Thur 4:30 - 5 pm -- Tue / Thurs Dates Course Dates Course Dates Course June 20 - 30 80772 $56 June 20 - 30 80799 $56 June 21 - 30 80829 $28 July 11 - 21 80773 $56 July 11 - 21 80800 $56 July 12 - 21 80830 $28 August 1 - 11 80774 $56 August 1 - 11 80801 $56 August 2 - 11 80831 $28 5:30 - 6 pm -- Mon - Thur 5:30 - 6 pm -- Mon - Thur Dates Course Dates Course June 20 - 30 80775 $56 June 20 - 30 80802 $56 July 11 - 21 80776 $56 July 11 - 21 80803 $56 August 1 - 11 80777 $56 August 1 - 11 80804 $56 14 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 15. AquaticsLearn to SwimStudents will be introduced to the fundamentals and techniques of the front and back crawl, unsupportedmovement, under water exploration, compact diving and stroke development. Advanced students willrefine the strokes and skills presented in previous lessons. This course is broken out into six levels ofprogressive instruction, and is geared for students 6 years and up, with a 10 student per instructor ratio. Idlewild Pool Northwest Pool Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center 9:40 - 10:25 am -- Mon - Fri 10 - 10:45 am -- Mon - Fri 10:15 - 11 am -- Saturday Dates Course Dates Course Dates Course June 20 - July 1 80778 $70 June 20 - July 1 80805 $70 June 4 - 25 80832 $28 July 11 - 22 80779 $70 July 11 - 22 80806 $70 July 9 - 30 80833 $28 August 1 - 12 80780 $70 August 1 - 12 80807 $70 Aug 6 - 27 80834 $28 10:35 - 11:20 am -- Mon - Fri 11 - 11:45 am -- Mon - Fri 10:45 - 11:30 am -- Mon / Wed Dates Course Dates Course Dates Course June 20 - July 1 80781 $70 June 20 - July 1 80808 $70 June 20 - 29 80835 $28 July 11 - 22 80782 $70 July 11 - 22 80809 $70 July 11 - 20 80836 $28 August 1 - 12 80783 $70 August 1 - 12 80810 $70 August 1 - 10 80837 $28 6:10 - 6:55 pm -- Mon - Thur 6:15 - 7 pm -- Mon - Fri 5:15 - 6 pm -- Tue / Thurs Dates Course Dates Course Dates Course June 20 - 30 80784 $56 June 20 - July 1 80811 $70 June 21 - 30 e 80838 $28 July 11 - 21 80785 $56 July 11 - 22 80812 $70 July Jul 12 - 21 80839 $28 August 1 - 11 80786 $56 August 1 - 12 80813 $70 August 2 - 11 g 80840 $28Adult Stroke Clinic - This program is designed to help those 15 years and older refine their skills.Instructors work with participants to identify goals for success and design the aims of the course to goalcompletion. Participants must be 15 years of age or older. There must be at least three participants to runthis course. Northwest Pool Adult Stroke Clinic dul 6:15 - 7 p -- Mon - Fri pm Dates t Course Cour June 20 - July 1 81004 $70 July 11 - 22 81005 $70 August 1 - 12 81006 $70Pre-Competitive ProgramsThese Programs are designed for the advanced swimmer who is not in adult lessons or on an organizedswim team, Participants will have the opportunity to improve stroke development as well as enhancecompetitive swim team skills. The pre-requisite for this course is: Completion of Level V of the AmericanRed Cross Learn To Swim course (or equivalent). Participants must be 8 years of age or older. Idlewild Pool River Otters Northwest Pool Natadors 10:35 - 11:20 am -- Mon - Fri 11 - 11:45 am -- Mon - Fri Dates Course Dates Course June 20 - July 1 80787 $70 June 20 - July 1 80814 $70 July 11 - 22 80788 $70 July 11 - 22 80815 $70 August 1 - 12 80789 $70 August 1 - 12 80816 $70Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 15
  • 16. Idlewild PoolAquatics 1805 Idlewild Dr. · 334-2267 Outdoor 50 Meter 8 laned pool with 1-meter boards and a tot pool Program Dates Times Days Fee 1 - 3:50 pm Mon - Fri Public Swim Jun 10 - Aug 28 $5 Adult 1 - 5 pm Saturday $3 Youth $2 Child / Senior 11:35 - 12:50 pm Mon - Fri Lap Swim June 10 - Sep 8 6 - 7 pm 11:55 - 12:55 pm Saturday Passes available Water Babies 12 - 12:30 pm Mon / Wed See Schedule on page 1 $28 per session (6 mo. - 2 yrs) 12 - 12:30 pm Tue / Thur 9:40 - 10:10 am Tiny Tots 10:20 - 10:50 am See Schedule on page 1 Mon - Thur $56 per session (3 - 5 yrs) 11 - 11:30 am 5:30 - 6 pm 9:40 - 10:25 am Learn to Swim Mon - Fri $70 per session See Schedule on page 2 10:35 - 11:20 am (6 -17 yrs) 6:10 - 6:55 pm Mon - Thurs $56 per session Idlewild River Otters See Schedule on page 2 10:35 - 11:20 am Mon - Fri $70 per session Idlewild Beach Party July 1 1-4 pm Fri $2 per person Private/Semi-Private $30 for 1 Child Call 334-2267 for more information Lessons $55 for 2-5 Children Private Pool Rental Call 334-2267 for more information $140 per hour Dog Daze Sep 11 11am - 3pm Sun Free Idlewild Pool will be closed June 17, 18, 19 This schedule runs June 10 - September 11, 2011 *Public Swim and Lap Swim closed Sundays 16 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 17. Northwest Pool Aquatics 2925 Apollo Way · 334-2203 Indoor 25-yard pool featuring 8 lanes and a teaching pool Program Dates Times Days Fee through Jun 9 / 7:30 - 9 pm Tue / Thur Aug 29 - Sep 4 1 - 4 pm Sun Public Swim 1 - 3:45 pm Mon - Fri Jun 10- Aug 21 7:30 - 9 pm Tue / Thur 1 - 4 pm Sun $5 Adult 7 - 9 am $3 Youth through Jun 9 11:30 - 1:30 pm Mon - Fri $2 Child / Senior Aug 29 - Sep 5 6:15 - 7:15 pm 12 - 1 pm Sun Lap Swim 6 - 8:45 am 11:55 - 12:55 pm Mon - Fri Jun 10- Aug 21 6 - 7 pm 12 - 1 pm Sun Passes available through Jun 11 9 - 10 am Mon - Fri $6-Adults, $5-Seniors Water Fitness class June 14 - Aug 21 8:45 - 9:45 am Mon - Fri Water Babies See Schedule on page 1 6:15 - 6:45 pm Tue / Thu hur $28 per session 10 - 10:30 am 10:40 - 11:10 am Tiny Tots See Schedule on page 1 Mon - Thur $56 per session 11:20 - 11:50 am 5:30 - 6 pm 10 - 10:45 am Learn to Swim See Schedule on page 2 11 - 11:45 am Mon - Fri $70 per session 6:15 - 7 pm Northwest Natadors o See Schedule on page 2 d 11 - 11:45 11:45am Mon - Fri $70 per session Adult Stroke Clinic k Cli See Schedule on page 2 6:15 - 7 pm Mon - Fri $70 per session Private/Semi-Private $30 for 1 Child Call 334-2203 for more information Lessons $55 for 2-5 Children Private Pool Rental Call 334-2203 for more information $70 per hour This schedule runs April 1 - September 5, 2011 Northwest Pool will be closed for maintenance August 22 - Sept 5Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 17
  • 18. Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center PoolAquatics 1301 Valley Road · 334-2262 Indoor 25-yard pool featuring 4 lanes - closed Sundays Program Dates Times Days Fee Public Swim on-going 12:00 - 2:30 pm Saturday $5 - Adults 7 - 10 am Mon-Fri $3 - Youth Lap Swim on-going 1 - 2 pm $2 - Seniors 11 am - 12 pm Saturday Water Babies 9:45 - 10:15 am Sat see schedule on page 15 $28 per session (6 mo. - 2 yrs.) 11:15 - 11:45 am Tue / Thur 10:15 - 10:45 am Sat Tiny Tots see schedule on page 15 10 - 10:30 am Mon / Wed $28 per session (3 - 5 yrs.) 4:30 - 5 pm Tue / Thur 11 - 11:45 am Sat Learn to Swim See schedule on page 16 10:45 - 11:30 am Mon / Wed $28 per session (6 - 17 years) 5:15 - 6 pm Tue / Thur 12 - 1 pm Mon/Wed/Fri Mo $6 - Adults 10 - 11 am Tue / Thur e Water Fitness on-going $5 - Seniors 6:15 - 7:15 pm Tue / Thur class Private Pool Rental Call 334-2262 for more information on $70 per hour Schedule subject to change This schedule runs April 1 - September 5, 2011 Traner Pool 1600 Carville Drive · 334-2269 Outdoor 25-yard pool featuring double flume slide and water play features Program Dates Times Days Fee $4 - Adults Public Swim on-going 1-4pm Daily $2.50 - Youth $2 - Child/Seniors Private Pool Rental Call 334-2262 for more information $70 per hour Schedule subject to change This schedule runs June 11 - July 31, 2011 18 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 19. IORSENFitness Senior Services Senior Fitness Group The class will contain cardio exercise, and will utilize the exercise machines and weights in the weight room. The purpose and direction of the classes will be for weight reduction and general condition of the body. Age: 55+. Fee: $20 per month. Mon/Wed 10 & 11 a.m. EMNECC Tue/Thur 10 a.m. NRRC Senior Yoga/Senior DimensionsStretch and Tone at the This modified yoga program for mature adults isWashoe County designed to help improve strength and flexibility.Senior Center Stretch and hold poses in simple ways to graduallyHelping to maintain health, boost energy and ease tight joints and muscles and build strength.improve confidence, each one hour session Regain mobility, coordination, balance and fullness ofincludes: 20 minute warm-up and strength training breath. Leave class feeling relaxed and refreshed.(Monday-chairs, Wednesday-dynabands, Friday- Age: 55+. $20 per month.sticks), 20 minute low intensity cardio endurance Mon/Wed/Fri 10 - 11 a.m. NRRCexercises and 20 minutes of stretching cool Mon/Wed/Fri 12 - 1 p.m. EMNECCdown to improve flexibility and balance. We keepmotivation going with music and instruction while Sit & Get Fitalso providing a source of fun, stress relief and a This is a weight trainingplace to meet friends. program designed toAge: 55+. Fee: $10 per month. strengthen the muscles1155 East Ninth Street. used for walking and Mon/Wed/Fri 9 - 10 a.m. getting out of a chair. Exercises are done whileChair Yoga seated and standing,This course is designed to help senior participants holding a chair for balance.with yoga poses either seated or standing beside Age: 55+ Fee: $5 per month.a chair. The gentle movement will help to buildstrength and flexibility along with learning to Mon/Wed/ Teglia’s Paradise 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.breathe deeply to calm the nerves and relax the Fri Park Activity Centerbody and mind. Poses will incorporate left and right Neil Road Recreation Mon/Wed 2 - 3 p.m.brain as well as balance for better mobility. Dress Centercomfortably with low heeled shoes. Tue/Thu EMNECC 10-11 a.m. !Age: 55+. Fee: $5 per month. NEWWednesdays 1:30 - 2:15 p.m. EMNECCParks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 19
  • 20. IOR SENservicesSenior Services Brunch and a Movie Club Join friends for brunch at a local buffet followed Senior Tai Chi by a good movie at the downtown This Tai Chi course is for beginners along with theater. Meets the first Thursday of regular practitioners . Instructor Bill McKee has every month, departing from Neil been practicing Tai Chi for over 20 years. He’ll teach Road Recreation Center at 8:30 a.m., a Yang style short form class. Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center Sample one class for free. at 9 a.m., EMNECC at 9:15 a.m., and Orvis Ring at Age: 55+. Fee: $20 per month ! NEW 9:30 a.m. Returns - 3 p.m. Fee: $20 Tues/Thurs 12 - 1 p.m. EMNECC July 7 76198 Aug 4 76199 Conversation Café Drop-In Programs Conversation Café is a lively, hosted, drop- in conversation among diverse people about Neil Road Recreation Center our feelings, thoughts and actions in this Pickle ball Tues/Thurs 9 a.m. complex, changing world. The simple structure of Conversation Café and the spirit of respect, Pinochle Wed 1 p.m. curiosity and warm-welcome help people shift from Beginner Bridge Tues 1 p.m. small talk to BIG talk. Cafés are unique because Conversation Cafe Tues 10 a.m. they foster inquiry rather than debate – minds and 1st Thurs of hearts are both involved. Come in and share coffee, Bunco 1 p.m. each month refreshments and ideas as we explore a different topic each week. Neil Road Recreation Center, 2nd Thurs of Dominoes 1 p.m. each month Tuesdays at 10 a.m. There is a $0.50 drop in fee. 3rd Thurs of Rummikub 1 p.m. each month Bingo Fridays 1 p.m. Badminton Fridays 6 p.m. Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Cribbage Thursdays 1 p.m. Pan Cards Fridays 1 p.m. Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center Pinochle Mon/Wed 9:30 a.m. Advanced Bridge Tues 9 a.m. Intermediate Bridge Wednesday 9:30 a.m. Bunco Thursdays 1 p.m. 20 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 21. IORSENservices Senior ServicesDinner and a ShowJoin us on these local outings. Price includes both Senior Connectiondinner and show tickets. Space is limited, so registerearly. Additional trips will be scheduled in the fall.Call 334-2262 for information or view monthly Publication for Seniors 55+newsletter. Angry Housewives - Senior Connection NewsletterJune 11 $33 Stay current on the activities we offer. A typical The Musical issue includes descriptions of upcoming classesJune 21 Reno Rodeo 2011 $20 and events, activity calendars and much more. Artown: Check out the facility calendars to locate drop-inJuly 13 $15 Steve Riley and the Mamo card games and other adventures. Pick up a copy Reno Aces Baseball vs. each month at Teglia’s Paradise Park, the Neil RoadJuly 15 $29 Recreation Center, the Evelyn Mount Northeast Colorado Springs Sky Sox Community Center, public libraries or download a Artown copy from our website WWW.RENO.GOV.July 31 $15 Playing For Change Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Senior Lunch ProgramJuly 27 $44 festival: “Twelfth Night” Seniors can enjoy a hot meal or a fresh salad for Senior Social - lunch at the Neil Road Recreation Center. SaladsAug 11 Hot August Nights $10 must be ordered a day in advance but hot meals @NRRC can be ordered that morning before 9:15 a.m. Lunches are served Monday through Friday at Hot August Nights - 12:15 p.m. Even if you are not a senior, you canAug 13 Controlled Cruise $10 join us for lunch for $4 per person. Additional *in Sparks eligibility information applies. Eldorado presents For more information, call 689-8484 or visitAug 21 $40 “Hairspray” WWW.RENO.GOV.Senior TravelersTravel to a different regional destination each Neil Road Recreation Centermonth. Departs from the Evelyn Mount Northeast hosts regular visits from local Social ServiceCommunity Center, Neil Road Recreation Center or providers to help you get needed services.the Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center. Call 689-8484 to find out what service providersFee: $40. Age: 55+. Call 334-2262 for information or are at the center and when you might scheduleview monthly newsletter. an appointment to see someone!June 16 Virginia City & Gold Hill 77108July 21 Emerald Bay Cruise 77109Aug 18 Squaw Valley & Tahoe City 77110Sept 15 Old Sacramento 80398Oct 20 Apple Hill 80399Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 21
  • 22. Senior services Senior Computer Classes Crochet Circle Learn computer Join this stress free skills and bring group to learn a the world to variety of stitches and your fingertips. create afghans, lap Communicate blankets and much, with friends, much more. Projects family and the require time spent as ‘home work’ for completion. world! Classes run All skill levels welcome. Supply list: one 8 oz. skein of for three weeks worsted weight yarn and an ‘H’ aluminum crochet each. There are hook. Age: 55+. some exceptions due to holidays. $20 per month. Mondays from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. at EMNECC Pre-registration required. Jun 6 - 27 76500 $20 Basic PC Mon 9 - 11 a.m. EMNECC Jul 11 - 25 76501 $20 11:30 p.m. - Microsoft Word I Mon EMNECC Aug 1 - 22 76502 $20 1:30 p.m. 11:30 a.m. - Sep 12 - 26 $20 Open Lab Wed EMNECC 1:30 p.m. Join the volunteer crochet group on the 3rd 9 a.m. - Internet/E-mail Wed EMNECC and 4th Thursday of each month to complete 11 a.m. community service projects. Call 334-2262 for Job search 2 p.m. - more information. Thurs NRRC workshop 4 p.m. Digital 11:30 a.m. - NRRC Photography II 1:30 p.m. Colin Ross & the Senior Music Program 2011 Accomplished musician Colin Ross will direct seniors with their vocal or instrumental talents in a series of workshops each month culminating in a final performance at the end of each session. Those who attend can highlight their talents and skills by singing solo, playing an instrument, or they can be part of the chorus. Any skill level is accepted and no audition is required, however, Every month seniors gather to tango, waltz the music director makes final decisions on solos. and swing, getting exercise, building friendships These workshops are enlivening, educational and having fun. The music varies from live to and fun. The next session starts in June and will DJ, and occasionally is accompanied by a holiday run through August with a final performance on celebration. Light August 30. refreshments are Age: 55+. provided. Fee: $10 per day or $25 per month Fee: $5 Location: Neil Road Recreation Center Tuesdays 2 - 3:30 p.m. NRRC Upcoming dates: June 26 July 10 July 24 Aug 14 Aug 28 22 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 23. Adult Leagues ADULT LEAGUES SPO RTS VOLLEYBALL CO-ED KICKBALL Registration League Team Reg # Registration League Team Reg # Begins Fee Begins Fee Volleyball – Summer Sunday Spiking League Mondays – Reno Sports Complex Sundays – Plumas Gym Apr 25 - Jun 13 July 18 $360 May 9 - Jun 13 Jun 26 $160 80510 Volleyball – Fall Non-Spiking League SOFTBALL Mondays & Wednesdays – Plumas Gym Registration League Team Reg # Jul 25 - Sep 6 Sep 19 $160 80514 Begins Fee Volleyball – Fall Spiking League Co-ed Softball League Tuesdays & Thursdays – Plumas Gym Weeknights – Reno Sports Complex & Idlewild Park Jul 25 - Sep 6 Sep 20 $160 80512 Apr 25 - Jun 13 July 18 $535 80156 Volleyball – Fall Sunday Spiking League Men’s Softball League Sundays – Plumas Gym Weeknights – Reno Sports Complex & Idlewild Park Jul 25 - Sep 6 Sep 25 $160 80516 Apr 25 - Jun 13 July 18 $535 80158 BASKETBALL ULTIMATE FRISBEE Registration League Team Reg # Registration League Team Reg # Begins Fee Begins Fee Men’s Winter League returns in November June 13 - Aug 1 Aug 16 $115 74063 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.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 or visit 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 future years as part of the Reno City Council’s investment in recreation facilities. Thirty other courts can be found throughout the community at parks like Barbara Bennett, Whitaker, Mira Loma and Crystal Lake. 24 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 25. estry Urban forestryUrba n ForUrban ForestryOur urban forest encompasses trees andvegetation on both public and private propertywithin the city limits. A dedicated staff of arboristsand a professional Urban Forester maintain over24,000 publicly owned trees in city parks and alongpublic streets. Their work is vital to both publicsafety and tree preservation.Reno’s arborists are concerned about trees that appear to be dead, dying, ordiseased, that have large broken limbs, low limbs, or limbs blocking traffic signs,signals or intersection sight lines. To report concerns about trees causing a publichazard call Reno Direct at 334-INFO. Information on planting and caring for treescan be found at WWW.COMMUNITYFORESTRY.ORG. Firewood Sales Reno Urban Forestry sells firewood to the general public during the months of September and March. The wood yard is 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.Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 25
  • 26. OutdoorsOUTDOORS 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 flotation devices). No lifeguard on duty. Call us at 334-2414 for more information. Sky Tavern Junior Ski Program The Sky Tavern Junior Ski Program is a non-profit organization that operates the ski and snowboard instruction program at Sky Tavern each winter. For additional information on the program please call 323-5125 or visit WWW.SKYTAVERN.COM. Project Discovery Leadership Challenge Program Project Discovery programs consist of a progressive series of carefully designed high-impact training activities to enhance skills related to leadership, team-building, communication and problem solving. The Sky Tavern site is one of the largest ropes courses in the U.S. For more information on Project Discovery, call 849-3393 or visit their website at WWW.PROJECTDISCOVERY.COM. 26 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 27. Park OUTDOORS ProgramsBuild a closer bond with your dog. Dog’s shot recordmust be brought to the first class. Saturdays. Comstock Park 9 - 10 a.m.June 18 - Aug 6 80106 $75Aug 13 - Sept 17 80108 $75 McKinley Arts & Culture Center 1 - 2 p.m.June 18 - Aug 6 80107 $75Aug 13 - Sept 17 80109 $75Idlewild Park Train RideThe train runs weekends 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. from April 10 - September 26 and Tuesdays through Fridays 10 a.m. – 3p.m. from June 2 - September 3. On Labor Day, the train runs 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. as well.Cost: $2. Free for ages 2 and under.Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 27
  • 28. Trails Tra ils Life in northern Nevada is all about enjoying the outdoors. Reno, Sparks and Washoe County have pooled resources and information to create a guide about public trails in and around the Truckee Meadows. The guide helps readers find new places for mountain biking, horseback riding, trail running, serious hiking or a leisurely stroll under infinitely blue Nevada skies. Primary funding for the guide was generously provided by a Federal Highway Administration Recreational Trails Program grant, along with support from the sponsors: Reno-Sparks Convention & Visitors Authority, Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center and Scheels. Truckee Meadows Trails Guides are available online as a downloadable PDF and at all City of Reno recreation facilities. In addition to this resource, we have just unveiled an interactive trail map feature on the WWW. RENO.GOV website. Using GPS technology and the Google Maps platform, users can see trails on street, satellite and topographic maps, and zoom in/out to a variety of elevations. A trail description and color map can then be downloaded as a PDF. To find the interactive map, visit the WWW.RENO.GOV homepage, then navigate to Government > Parks, Recreation & Community Services > Reno Trails Map. Enjoy! 28 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 29. PARK LISTING 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 Park Hours TrailsDay After Labor Day - April 30: 6 a.m. - 7 p.m.May 1 - Labor Day: 5 a.m. - 10 p.m.DowntownBarbara Bennett Park 400 Island Avenue ● ● ● ● ● ●Bicentennial Park 10 Ralston Street ● ● ●City Plaza 10 North Virginia ● ●Fulton Corner 1st Street & Arlington Ave ● ●Powning Veterans 150 South Virginia Street ●Memorial ParkTruckee River Whitewater st 1 Street & Arlington Ave ●Park at Wingfield stWest Street Plaza 220 West 1 Street ● ●Wingfield Park 1st Street & Arlington Ave ● ●North ValleysDorothy 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 8755 Red Baron Blvd. ● ■ ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●NortheastDick Taylor Memorial Park 1140 Beech Street ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●Eighth Street Parkway 455 East 8th Street ● ●Evans Park 200 East 9th 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 ■ ● ● ● ● ● ● ●NorthwestCanyon Creek Park 1485 Robb Drive ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●Hilltop Park 3950 Buckingham Square ■ ● ● ● ● ●Irving Circle Park 85 Irving Park CircleLake Park 40 Coleman Drive ● ● ● ●Las Brisas Park 5950 Las Brisas ● ■ ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Riverside Drive atLunsford Park ● Washington StreetMcKinley 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 ● ● ● ● ● ●Somersett East Park 1900 Park Hollow Court ■ ● ● ● ●Terrace Sports Complex 2525 Robb Drive ■ ● ● ● ● ● ● ●Valley Wood Park 6555 Valley Wood Drive ■ ● ● ● ● ● ● ●Whitaker Park 550 University Terrace ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ Seasonal Restrooms, Open late April – early October (weather permitting) O PT - A - PARK AD Adopt-A-Park This program offers the opportunity to get involved in the community in a way that develops pride and appreciation through stewardship. Call 334-2270 and adopt a park in your neighborhood today!Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 29
  • 30. PARK LISTING 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 Park Hours Trails Day After Labor Day - April 30: 6 a.m. - 7 p.m. May 1 - Labor Day: 5 a.m. - 10 p.m. Southeast Brodhead Park 5 South Park Street ● ● ● ● Center Creek Park 1595 Wilbur May Parkway ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Comstock Park 1650 Carat Boulevard ■ ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 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 7th 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 Pathway Reggie Road ● Stewart Park 400 Stewart Street ● ● ● ● ● Wilkinson Park 1201 East Taylor Street ■ ● ● ● ● ● Yori Park 2800 Yori Way ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Southwest Caughlin Crest Park 3851 Cashill Boulevard ● ● Crissie Caughlin Park 3415 Idlewild Drive ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Crystal Lake Park 1190 Country Estates Circle ■ ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Horseman’s Park 2800 Pioneer Drive ● Idlewild Park 1900 Idlewild Drive ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● (Three Rentable Shelters) Ivan Sack Park 3005 Idlewild Drive ● ● ● ● Jack Tighe Memorial Fields 325 Burris Lane ■ ● Manzanita Park 630 Manzanita Lane ● ■ ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Mary Gojack Park 3100 Skyline Blvd ● ● ● ● ● Moana Park and Stadium 240 Moana Lane ■ ● ● ● Newlands Park 700 California Avenue ● ● Plumas Park & Gym 475 Monroe Street ● ● ● Reno Tennis Center 2601 Plumas Street ● ● Robinhood Park 800 Robinhood Drive ● ● ● ● ● Schiappacasse Park 3945 Riverhaven Drive ● ● Summit Ridge Park 4560 Summit Ridge Drive ■ ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Village Green 4785 Caughlin Parkway ■ ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Virginia Lake Park 1980 Lakeside Drive ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Wheatland Park 990 Wheatland Road ■ ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ■ Seasonal Restrooms, Open late April – early October (weather permitting) 30 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 31. Facility FACILITY RENTALS REN TALSStaff is available to help you identify which facilitymay best meet your needs. Renters can bring theirown caterer and food, unlike requirements to usein-house caterers at other rentable facilities.A security deposit of $500-$1000 is required. Forcurrent rental rates or to rent a facility please call334-2262 or 334-2417. Family Picnics · Reunions Small Receptions · Birthday Parties California Building Events · Weddings In 1927 Reno hosted Location: In Idlewild Park – SW Reno, near an exposition Riverside and Booth Streets commemorating the completion of the Features: Kitchen, outdoor patio area, six-foot Transcontinental rectangular tables, 60 inch diameter tables, Highway passing folding chairs and picnic tables. through the city and a building was erected California Building Wedding Package: 8 hourson the site. In 1938, the American Legion gave for $700.00; and $75.00 for each additional hour.the building to the City of Reno. Includes: use of the entire facility; kitchen, restrooms, tables and chairs, alcohol permit andThe Spanish-style architecture, reminiscent of patio.the early California missions, distinguishes thispopular facility which hosts numerous cultural Requirement: $1,000.00 Refundable Securityand special events, weddings, meetings and depositgroup gatherings throughout the year. RENTABLE FACILITIESFacility Location Contact Capacity Rates/Hr Kitchen Patio*California Building 75 Cowan Drive 334-2417 260 $75 l lHorseman’s Park Clubhouse 2800 Pioneer Drive 334-2417 85 $45 lNeil Road Recreation Center 3925 Neil Road 334-2262 550 variesEvelyn Mount Northeast 1301 Valley Road 334-2262 300 varies lCommunity CenterPlumas Gym 475 Monroe Street 334-6262 350 $45Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity 2745 Elementary Drive 334-6262 85 $45 lCenterMinimum requirements apply * Use of patio has an additional chargeParks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 31
  • 32. Neil Road Teglia’s Paradise ParkFACILITY rentals Recreation Center Activity Center The Center is located in a Situated in a relaxing and tranquil area near the campus like setting, with Paradise Park Pond, this facility has acres of open other facilities including, space, a community but not limited to, the garden, play areas and Boys and Girls Club of walking trails. the Truckee Meadows, Reno Police Department During the week, Teglia’s substation and St. Mary’s Wellness Center. The Paradise Park Activity park shelter at Miguel Ribera Park can be rented in Center is home to many conjunction with the building for an additional fee. senior citizen recreation programs, providing Location: South Reno, between Moana and Peckham activities, referrals and classes. Lanes. Access is easiest from Maudlin Way. Location: NE Reno, off of Oddie Boulevard Features: Six - foot tables and folding chairs for indoor use. Features: A kitchen and a large multi-purpose room with 5 round tables, 20 six-foot tables,, and Horseman’s Park 100 folding chairs for indoor use. Clubhouse Evelyn Mount Northeast The western-themed clubhouse is a perfect Community Center setting for small meetings A 40,000 square foot and group gatherings. It facility that includes is adjacent to Horseman’s rental rooms, an indoor Park, featuring a horse pool, a fitness center and arena and corrals. cardio room, as well as a Equestrian groups, gymnasium. The rental through historic and deeded priority scheduling, rooms are ideal spaces coordinate a wide range of horse-oriented activities for meetings of any size and for family events. at this facility. Birthday parties for children scheduled around the Location: SW Reno off of Skyline Boulevard pool’s public swim hours are always a hit. Features: Round tables, six-foot tables, and Location: Near downtown Reno and the Livestock folding chairs for indoor use. NEW ! Event Center. *West Street Market is now available for rent please call 334-2262 or visit reno.gov. Plumas Gym Location: Central Reno off Arlington Avenue Features: Hardwood court for basketball (six hoops) or volleyball, with bleacher seating. Tables and chairs are not available in the gym. Food and drink are not allowed in the gym. 32 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 33. SHELTER SHELTER RENTALS REN TALSShelter Rentals Park shelte r and facilit y s for 2012 openThere are 18 reservable park shelters that reservation me, on a first coaccommodate from 50 to 200 people. Each shelter Oct 3, 2011 basis.comes with picnic tables and barbeque. first servedExcellent park facilities surround each shelter forgroups to enjoy; however, please note that theseamenities are not reserved as part of a picnicshelter permit. Playgrounds, tennis, volleyball, Rose Garden at Idlewildbasketball, horseshoe pits, skate parks, etc. arenormally open to the public at large. Park The City ofA beer and wine permit is required ($50) if these Reno has thebeverages will be consumed at your event. only public rose gardenStaff is available to help you identify which facility in the statemay best meet your needs. Detailed information on of Nevadaeach shelter is available online. For current rental certified byrates or to make a park shelter reservation please the Americancall 334-3888. Fees vary from $85 - $120. Rose Society! The one acre Rose Garden, located in Idlewild Park, has 200 varieties of roses and overShelter Rental Hours 2,250 total roses. The rose season is from early10 a.m. - 8 p.m. May - Labor Day Jun until Sept but the roses have two peak seasons10 a.m. - 6 p.m. September - April when the entire garden CAPACITYRental facilities can accommodate your needs for is in bloom (late Jun/earlyany special occasion. Jul and late Aug). It is also a favorite location forNorth Valleys wedding ceremonies.Silver Lake Park 8855 Red Baron Blvd. 50NortheastDick Taylor Memorial Park 1140 Beech St. 100Pat Baker Park 1910 Bishop St. 50 SoutheastTeglia’s Paradise Park-Pavilion 2745 Elementary Dr. 50 Huffaker Park 1160 E. Huffaker Ln. 50Teglia’s Paradise Park-Shelter 2745 Elementary Dr. 200 Miguel Ribera Park 3925 Neil Rd. 200Northwest Mira Loma Park 3000 S. McCarran Blvd. 200Canyon Creek Park 1485 Robb Dr. 50 Pickett Park 250 Kirman Ave. 100Las Brisas Park 5950 Las Brisas 100 Southwest Idlewild Park - Terrace 1805 Idlewild Dr. 200Northgate Park 6450 Moonridge Terrace 50 Idlewild Park - Snowflake 1805 Idlewild Dr. 200Whitaker Park 550 University Terrace 100 Idlewild Park - Rose Garden 1805 Idlewild Dr. 100 Manzanita Park 630 Manzanita Ln. 100 Virginia Lake Park 1980 Lakeside Dr. 100Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 33 33
  • 34. Arts & ltureARTS & CULTURE Cu Southside Cultural Center Auditorium The former Southside School, located at 190 East Liberty Street, includes an art gallery on McKinley Arts & Culture Center The former McKinley Park School, located at 925 Riverside Drive, was constructed in 1910 and the ground floor and auditorium on the second renovated in 1999. This historic building with its level. The auditorium is available for rehearsals, unique ornate design boasts two gallery spaces, performances, lectures, concerts and special arts and crafts workshops, and provides rented occasions. The public may also rent the facility for office space for local non-profit arts organizations. weddings. Call 334-2417 for more information. It occupies an important place within the Truckee River Arts and Culture District and an auditorium RENTAL FEES and boardroom are available for rental by tenants and outside McKinley Arts & Culture Center & cultural groups. Southside Cultural Center The public may Auditorium (rehearsal) $50/hr also rent the Auditorium (performance) $75/hr air-conditioned facility for Auditorium (other use) $100/hr weddings. Boardroom $50/hr Call 334-2417. McKinley Wedding/Party Package $800 for 8 hours - includes auditorium, stage, restrooms, foyer, kitchen and courtyard. Available for weddings! For a Fun Public Art Drive Around Reno – Find These Treasures! Tribute to Native local granite boulder and 4560 Summit Ridge 1. Chris Atcheson Summit Ridge Park Americans: Paiute Tribe bronze Drive Marcella and 2. Swimming Bench mosaic bench Valleywood Park 6555 Valley Wood Drive Megan Yeates Terrace Sports 3. Aspen Grove Troy Corliss stainless steel 2525 Robb Drive Complex 4. Call of the Panther Eileen Gay mosaic sculpture Panther Valley Park 1850 Link Lane 5. Alfresco Jorge Blanco aluminum and powder University Ridge Park 990 South University CAPACITY coated steel Ridge Park Loop Luminous Balloon Downtown Events 6. Cork Marcheschi fiberglass and neon light 400 N. Center Street Seeds Center bronze sculptures, Wells Avenue Community, Diversity, Wells Avenue 7. Benjamin Victor sandstone benches, bike between Regency Way and Independence Streetscape racks, and banners & Roberts Street Idlewild Drive between Idlewild Park Rose 8. Rose Waterfall Eileen Gay ceramic tile mosaic Booth Street & Hunter Garden Lake Drive Bronze w/enamel paint - McKinley Arts and 9. Mountaintop Brad Rude 925 Riverside Drive 66” x 60” x 24” Culture Center Wilbur May Parkway in 10. Wind Dancers David Boyer kinetic steel sculpture Horizon View Park Double Diamond, just north of Carat Drive 34 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 35. YOUTH PROGRAMS To register call 334-2262 or visit WWW.RENO.GOV and register online.Serving kids in grades K-6 in elementary schools throughout Washoe County, Sierra Kids is a qualityrecreation program for children who need a safe, supervised environment before or after school. Snackis provided in the afternoons and homework assistance is available. Activities based on the CharacterCounts! curriculum are planned for participants. Specialty instructors teach art, dance and sports toafter school participants. Youth sports are planned for after school participants too. Registration/payment is required by the Thursday PRIOR to the week of attendance. Alice Smith Caughlin Ranch Desert Heights (a.m. only) Mount Rose Peavine Roy Gomm Reminder: The 2011- 20 Dodson Sarah Winnemucca begins M 12 school year Double Diamond Sierra Vista onday, Au traditiona gu Elmcrest Silver Lake l calenda st 29th for r students Esther Bennett Smithridge (a.m. only) . Hunter Lake Stead (a.m. only) Jessie Beck Virginia Palmer Lemmon Valley Westergard Mamie Towles* Approximate TimesMorning Program: 7 a.m. - school starts The President’s Challenge is a program thatAfternoon Program: School ends-6 p.m. encourages all Americans to make being active part of their everyday lives. Visit*Times may vary according to bell WWW.PRESIDENTSCHALLENGE.ORG. SIERRA KIDS RATES Weekly Rate Partial Week Rate Scholarships Morning $30 $10 per day are available. Afternoon $45 $15 per day For more Morning and $75 - information Afternoon Early Release Day - $20 call 334-2260. $1 per minute per Late Pickup childParks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 35
  • 36. 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 under the supervision of trained City of Reno staff. Vacation Station is available for track breaks, winter and spring breaks. Vacation Station is a Character Counts! certified Gold Medal Children’s Activity Center. Ages 5 – 14, although 5 year olds must be enrolled in a Washoe County school. Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center. Mondays – Fridays 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Fee: $100 per week, or $30 per day. Scholarships are available. CHARACTER COUNTS! is a service mark of Josephson Institute. Visit www.charactercounts.org. The President’s Challenge is a program that encourages all Americans to make being active part of their everyday lives. Visit www.presidentschallenge.org. Scholarships are available. For more information call 334-2260. WCSD 2011 - 2012 Multi and Single Track Green, Traditional Schedule Breaks Multi-Track Green June 27 - July 29 Nov 7 - Dec 2 March 5 - March 30 Single Track Green June 20 - July 22 Oct 31 - Nov 25 March 19 - April 13 Traditional schedule breaks June 9 - Aug 26 Dec 26 - Jan 6 April 9 - 13 36 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 37. SUMMER CAMP! YOUTH PROGRAMS With nine camps for students ages 6 - 15 years, kids can have the best summer ever! All camps operate Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Locations, ages and fees vary.*5 year olds accepted that have completed or are already attending kindergarten in Washoe County. Ages: 8-14 Fee: $130 per week Location: EMNECC Ages: (5*) 6-14 A great outdoor experience. Fee: $100 per week Learn survival skills and have Locations: Plumas Gym fun. Field trips include hiking A fun filled day camp including bowling, skating, swimming and more. Enjoy swimming and so much more. We also offer arts an overnight camp out on and crafts, sports and outdoor fun! Wednesday night, complete with s’mores and outdoor activities. Wilderness safety and learning how to setup a tent are always highlights of this outdoor adventure! Ages: 8-14 Fee: $130 per week Location: Southside Cultural Center. This camp provides an opportunity for kids to sing, dance and perform in a production. There is a part for everyone, lights, music and even directing! Closes at Ages: (*5) 6-14 5:30 p.m. Fee: $60 per week Locations: Sierra Vista E.S. / North Valley H.S. Ages: 13-15 There’s so much to do - sports, games, great Fee: $100 per week friends - don’t miss out! Breakfast and lunch Location: EMNECC provided through Kid’s Cafe and Summer Food Learn to lead camp programs, Service Program. plan activities and games, and coordinate schedules. Experience personal growth and leadership development. A great way to discover if a future career in recreation is for you! Summer Camp Dates of Operation Summer Summer Summer Summer Performing Arts Wilderness Too Cool for Vacation Discovery+ Discovery+ of Fun+ of Fun+ Camp+ Camp+ Camp+ Station Southside Location Sierra Vista North Valley H.S. Neil Road Plumas Gym EMNECC EMNECC EMNECC Cultural Center 6/13 - 6/17 l l l l l l 6/20 - 6/24 l l l l l 6/27 - 7/1 l l l l l 7/4 - 7/8* l l l l l 7/11 - 7/15 l l l l l l 7/18 - 7/22 l l l l l l 7/25 - 7/29 l l l l l l 8/1 - 8/5 l l l l l 8/8 - 8/12 l l l l 8/15 - 8/19 l l l l 8/22 - 8/26 l l l l * Holiday Week – Camp runs Monday - Thursday + Registration Due the Thursday PRIOR to the Week of Attendance Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 37
  • 38. YOUTH PROGRAMS R.E.C. Teen Sports Tournaments, Skills & Drills R.E.C. These new recreational sports leagues are designed for youth ages 12 – 17 to get active, develop teamwork, and have fun. Advance The R.E.C. provides great opportunities for young registration is required. adults ages 12-20 to explore recreational and Games will be held at educational interests and develop life skills. Evening both the Neil Road and activities includes sports instruction and games in Sibayan Recreation Centers. the gym, dance lessons, online tutoring using www. smarthinking.com and more. Fee: $25 for 6 month Safe Place is the first step to help membership, $12.50 for three months. for any youth in crisis or at risk. This community program, operated by youth SM Sibayan Youth & Recreation Center shelters or agencies, make it possible for 1090 Bresson Avenue any youth to access help. The Sibayan Phone: 326-6666 and Neil Road Rec centers are Safe Place locations. Mon - Fri, 2 - 7 p.m. Visit www.nationalsafeplace.org for more info. Neil Road Recreation Center Youth Sports 3925 Neil Road The Reno Youth Sports Association (RYSA) Phone: 689-8484 coordinates all the youth sports leagues (soccer, baseball, football, softball, lacrosse, and cheerleading) that use City of Reno park properties. Sign ups Explicit Impact Teen Dance Series for spring seasons typically start in December, Explicit Impact practices at Sibayan on Thursdays and sign ups for fall seasons start around May. and at Neil Road Recreation Center on Mondays Watch the briefs in the Reno Gazette-Journal for from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. See staff for more details. most league announcements. You can also call the RYSA at 996-1313 or visit their website at www. renoyouthsports.org. Youth City Council The City of Reno Youth City Council (YCC) consists of 11 members, ages 14 - 20, who are from Reno, Sparks and unincorporated areas of Washoe County. It serves in an advisory capacity to the Reno City Council on youth issues, relationships, and healthy alternatives. The YCC is one of the few Reno boards and commissions that allows non- Reno residents to be appointed. The YCC meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in City Council Chambers, 1 East First Street. Upcoming meetings are Jun 22, Jul 27, Aug 24, Sep 28. All meetings are open to the public. 38 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper
  • 39. cial SPECIAL EVENTSSpe events Rollin’ on the River Concert SeriesEarth Day – May 2012 Friday evenings July 2 - 30Nevada Econet presents an annual Earth Day which In the month of July, downtown Reno’s popularoffers something for everyone in the family – summer concert series celebrates its 16th yearinformation, music, food, and kid’s activities at of FREE community concerts with anotherIdlewild Park. Hours are from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and outstanding lineup of local, regional andthe event is free.. nationally recognized Artists performing in Reno’sReno River Festival – May 2012 picturesque Wingfield Park Amphitheater on the Get ready for an all-out Truckee River. celebration of adrenaline- Compression Fire Arts Festival – July 23 infused, human-powered adventure in northern The West Coast will be set on fire at the Nevada. Kayaking at its Compression Fire Arts Festival. City Plaza will host best including down river large scale propane effects, fire dancers, fireraces, freestyle and boater cross competition, clinics, spinners, and Mutant Vehicles; these festivities willmusic and food are all a part of this 3 day festival. spark your Burning Man desires. Battle Born Derby Demons Watch the local women’s flat track roller derby team skate to victory on June 18th and Sept. 24th at City Plaza. The Derby Demons have made the Plaza their home track and welcome all of Reno to come out and support them this season. If interested in skating with the Demons, please visit their website at www.battlebornderbydemons.com for information on joining them. Nevada Humane Society Duck Race & FestivalReno Tahoe Odyssey – June 2012 A day of music, fun, food and pet adoptionsThe Reno-Tahoe Odyssey Relay Run Adventure is in Wingfield Park, culminating in a rubber duckjust that, an adventure consisting of a scenic 178 race on the Truckee River. Adopt a duck for amiles of running out and around Reno/Lake Tahoe. chance to win exciting prizes. The race benefits Artown! our community’s homeless animals. For more 32 Days & 400 Events information, please check the website June 30 - July 31 www.nevadahumanesociety.org. A month long celebration A calendar of special events of cultural diversity and can be found at artistic innovation. The WWW.RENO.GOV. Reno Urban Forestry Commission leads tours of landmark trees during the festival too.Parks, Recreation & Community Services 775-334-2262 39
  • 40. Stay InformedParks, Recreation & Community Services RENO.GOV Save time and register online! Use the “Online Services” menu on the www. Reno.gov homepage to easily register Reno Connect is an electronic for recreation classes. Many other city alert service designed to improve services are offered online, such as communication between the City of paying sewer bills and parking tickets, Reno, citizens, businesses and the general public. This service allows you to filing a police report, submitting a service subscribe to a wide selection of e-alerts request and more. Make sure to click on received via email. The broadcasts the social media links on www.Reno.gov provide updates and announcements to connect with us on social media. on a variety of topics such as recreation programs, road closures, meeting agendas, special events and development notifications. To use the 334-INFO Reno Connect system, all that is required is a valid email address. Visit the City’s website at WWW.RENO.GOV to sign-up for The City of Reno call center, Reno DIRECT, this free electronic alert service. is designed to improve communication between you and your City government. Our non-emergency call center has one centralized phone number, 334-INFO (4636), for all city services. You can make suggestions, report problems, receive information or request services such as pothole repair, graffiti removal, and traffic signal repairs with just one call. The customer service representatives are available weekdays from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Service requests can also be reported 24/7 online at WWW.RENO.GOV. 40 WWW.RENO.GOV printed on 30% recycled paper