Pullman Parks & Recreation Guide

Fall 2017

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Pullman Parks & Recreation: Pioneer Center, 240 SE Dexter Phone: 509-338-3227 Register online at: PullmanParksandRec.com Fax: 509-338-3313 12 12 YOUTH SPORTS YOUTH SPORTS Register for fall sports through Friday, September 1. Registrations will be accepted, on a space-available basis, after the deadline. The registration deadline does not guarantee there will still be openings. Requests for placement with a specific coach or particular friend must be made in writing at time of registration, and will be considered, but cannot be guaranteed. Participants in team sports (flag football, soccer, and volleyball) must wear a blue or white shirt for games. A blue/white reversible youth sport shirt may be purchased for $20 at the Parks & Recreation office at 240 SE Dexter St. NEW! NEW! Skyhawk Tennis Grab your tennis racquet and get ready to play! Whether you're a beginner, an intermediate or an advanced player, this program will improve your game and help you get more enjoyment from tennis. Our tennis programs focus on skill refi nement as well as practice and match play to develop consistent, well-rounded tennis players. Each player is given personal attention and taught through repetition in an enjoyable, lively atmosphere. Skyhawks tennis breaks down the fundamental skills of tennis through easily understood games and exercises to help improve the athlete's overall coordination and technique. Players learn proper grips, footwork, strokes, volleys and serves during a series of drills designed to teach skills in a fun and dynamic way. In addition to developing a love for tennis, athletes will learn the rules and etiquette that make tennis such an exciting game to play. Due to limited court space, these programs fi ll quickly. Location: Kruegel Park Tennis Courts Min 4/Max 16 4-7 yrs TuTh .........Sep 5-Oct 5 ................. 4:00-4:50pm 8-12 yrs TuTh .........Sep 5-Oct 5 ................. 5:00-5:50pm Resident: $89/N-Resident: $91 Youth Micro Soccer Micro Soccer was developed to give players a game that guarantees fun, skills development, and a fundamental knowledge of soccer in such a way that a child can understand. The first week will begin with practices only. Saturday morning games will start Sept 23. Game times will range from 8:30am-12:30pm. Beginning the fourth week, there will be two games a week, one during the week (W/Th) and the other on Saturday mornings. K-1st and 2nd-3rd teams will have the option of playing MWSa or TuThSa. 4th-5th teams will only play TuThSa. Participants in team sports must wear a blue or white shirt for games. A blue/white reversible youth sport shirt may be purchased for $20 at the Parks & Recreation office at 240 SE Dexter St. Plastic molded cleats and shin guards recommended. Anticipated practice locations: All K-1st* and 2nd-3rd *K-1st Saturday games @ City Playfi elds/ Thatuna Field Jeff erson @ Jeff erson School Franklin @ Kruegel Park Sunnyside @ Sunnyside School All 4th-5th* @ City Playfi elds *4th-5th grade teams practice together at one site: teams will be divided equally, not necessarily by school. K-1st gr/each site MWSa ....... Sep 11-Oct 28 .............. 4:15-5:15pm TuThSa ...... Sep 12-Oct 28 .............. 4:15-5:15pm 2nd-3rd gr/each site MWSa ....... Sep 11-Oct 28 .............. 5:15-6:15pm TuThSa ...... Sep 12-Oct 28 .............. 5:15-6:15pm 4th-5th gr/City Playfi eld TuThSa ...... Sep 12-Oct 28 .............. 4:15-5:15pm TuThSa ...... Sep 12-Oct 28 .............. 5:15-6:15pm Resident: $40/N-Resident: $42 Flag Football Flag Football off ers instruction on the basics of football, without tackling. Players will learn the rules of the game, while working on team play, and sportsmanship. Teams practice on Monday and Wednesdays with games on Fridays. The first week of practices will start with skills analysis, which is used to equally balance the teams. Games will begin the second week of practice. A mouth guard is required. Location: City Playfi elds Min 20/Max 44 2nd-3rd gr MWF .........Sep 11-Oct 27 .............. 3:30-4:30pm 4th-5th gr MWF .........Sep 11-Oct 27 .............. 4:30-5:30pm 6th gr MWF .........Sep 11-Oct 27 .............. 5:30-6:30pm Resident: $40/N-Resident: $42 Youth Volleyball Co-ed youth volleyball off ers instruction in the basics of volleyball including serving, passing, setting, and hitting. This outstanding program is designed for beginner, intermediate, and advanced players. Participants will practice on Mondays and Wednesdays, with games on Fridays. The first week of practice starts with skills analysis to equally balance the teams. Games will begin the second week of practices. Last day of program will be Wed, Oct 25 Location: Sunnyside Elem Gym Min 14/Max 32 2nd-3rd gr MWF .........Sep 11-Oct 25 .............. 3:30-4:30pm 4th-5th gr MWF .........Sep 11-Oct 25 .............. 4:35-5:35pm Resident: $40/N-Resident: $42 All weather cancellations are posted on our rainout line 509-334-3131 after a decision has been made for a program. If no update, programs are on as scheduled. We also post to our weather cancellation page at PullmanParksandRec.com/ Cancellations, and facebook. We also send cancellations via text/ SMS, sign up in the offi ce or call 509-338-3227. Cancellations Cancellations Sports Swap Sports Swap Wednesday, September 13 - 8:00am-7:00pm, Pioneer Center, 240 SE Dexter St Pullman Parks & Recreation is sponsoring a Sport Equipment Swap. Parks & Recreation has many pairs of football cleats, soccer shoes, tennis shoes, and shin guards that have been donated for the Sport Equipment Swap. If you are in need of a pair of cleats, shin guards, or have any shoes or shin guards to donate to the Swap, please stop by the Parks & Recreation offi ce (240 SE Dexter St) between the hours of 8:00am-7:00pm. Donation of equipment prior to Sports Swap greatly appreciated!

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