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									New Ulm



Winter Brochure 2010
             Youth & Adult Athletics • Aquatics & Pool Events • Fitness Classes
  Fitness Programs - Fun Runs & Challenges • Special Events • Pottery • Facilities & Fees
                        A   S P E C I A L   S U P P L E M E N T   T O   T H E   J O U R N A L
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                                                                             2010 Fall Activities Brochure
                                                                                                     Registration Information
                                                                                               Tuesday, August 31, 2010
                                                                                         New Ulm Rec. Center – Vogel Fieldhouse
                                                                   • Registration times alphabetical by the last name of the person who is doing the registering.
                                                                     Hyphened names follow first letter of first last name.
                                                                   • Only immediate family member (parent, grandparent or adult sibling) can
                                                                     register children
                                                                   • Please bring picture ID for admittance
                                                                   • Cash or check accepted (no credit or debit cards). There is a $30 fee for returned checks.
                                                                   • Please help us ensure staffing & supply needs by registering for programs by
                                                                     pre-registration date.
                                                                   • Res. = Anyone who lives within city limits. Non-Res. = Anyone who lives outside
                                                                    of city limits. Non-Res. will be charged an additional 10%.
                                                                                        A - E 7:00-7:15 p.m.        L - R 7:30-7:45 p.m.
                                                                                        F - K 7:15-7:30 p.m.        S - Z 7:45-8:00 p.m.




        SAVE THE DATE
        RiverBlast 5K Walk/Run                                     Refunds

        Saturday, Sept. 4, 9 a.m. Riverside Park                   To serve you better, refunds can be processed by calling the main Park and Rec. office at
                                                                   359-8344. Please do not request refunds from instructors. In consideration of planning for
        Go to www.heartsbeatback.org or                            supplies and staffing, refunds:
                                                                   • will be assessed a $4 administrative fee
        stop by the New Ulm Chamber office to register             • must be requested at least 7 days prior to program start
                                                                   • will be issued in full for programs that are cancelled by our department
        Cooking Classes:                                           • Note: There will be no cost adjustment for late registrations or classes missed
                                                                     by the participant
              Monday, Sept. 13: Preparing and Packing Healthy
              Lunches and Snacks
        5:30 p.m., New Ulm Medical Center Auditorium
              Tuesday, Oct. 5: Using Fall Vegetables
                                                                   Photographs
        5:30 p.m., NUMC Auditorium                                 By registering for any of the Park and Rec. offerings listed in this brochure, you acknowledge
                                                                   for yourself and those you are registering that photographs of participants may be taken and
        Go to the website or call to register for these classes.   used in publications, advertisements & websites.

        2010 Summit                                                Financial Assistance Programs
                                                                      Park & Rec Scholarship Program
        Featuring Biggest Loser winner Danny Cahill                   For families in need that live within the City limits of New Ulm. All contacts and
                                                                      information received will be confidential. Please call 359-8344 for more information.
        Saturday, Oct. 16, 7 p.m.                                     Calls should be made at least one week prior to registration so all paperwork can be
                                                                      completed before registration day.
        District Administrative Center (former Junior High)
                                                                      United Way Scholarship Program
       H E A R T S B E AT B A C K . O R G                             For families in need that live within Brown County. All contacts and information received
                                                                      will be confidential. Please call 354-6512 for more information. Calls should be made at
       507-233-1945                                                   least one week prior to registration so all paperwork can be completed before registration
                                                                      day.

                                                                   Cancellation Hotline
                                                                   Call 354-9041 or listen to KNUJ AM 860 for cancellations and/or program updates

                                                                   Sponsorship Opportunities
                                                                   New Ulm Park and Recreation strives to offer diverse programs and activities for all ages in
                                                                   our community. If your business or organization is interested in sponsoring a program or
                                                                   event, or have ideas for a future program, please contact the Park and Recreation Office.
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                                                                                    Aquatics
Swimming Lessons                                                                                   American Red Cross Swim Lesson Course Descriptions
Fees: Pre 1 through Level 6 - $27 Res. / $32 Non-Res.           Learn-to-Swim Program                                            Level 4 - Stroke Improvement: Various floating positions,
Parent/Child Aquatics - $13.50/Res. / $16 Non-Res.              Level 1 – Intro to water skills: Introductory course.            rotary breathing, diving from side of pool, elementary
                                                                Submerge face, blow bubbles, bounce in chest-deep water,         backstroke, sculling, front/back crawl, breast stroke, intro to
Session I: Sept. 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29, October 4, 6, 11, 13   front/back floats with assistance, introduction to alternating   side stroke, turn at wall, tread water, deep water bobbing,
Mon/Wed                                                         arm action, safety skills, help in emergencies and life jacket   rescue breathing, butterfly kick and CPR. Must have
5:00-5:30p. Preschool 1                                         fundamentals. Must be at least 6 years of age, no skill          successfully completed Level 3.
5:00-5:35p. Level 2, Level 4                                    prerequisites.
                                                                                                                                 Level 5 - Stroke Refinement: Build on Level 4 skills by
5:40-6:10p. Preschool 3                                                                                                          providing guided practice. Flip turns, diving, swimming
5:40-6:15p. Level 1, Levels 5&6                                 Level 2 – Fundamental Aquatic Skills: Expand                     under water, refinement of front/back crawl and elementary
6:20-6:50p. Parent/Child 1 (Sept. 13, 15, 20, 22, 27)           fundamentals, front/back float, turning over front to            back/breast/side strokes, open turn on front/back and
               Parent/Child 2 (Sept. 29, Oct. 4, 6, 11, 13)     back/back to front, sculling, reaching & extension assists,      recognition of spinal injuries. Must have successfully
               Preschool 2                                      safety. Introduction to coordinated strokes. Must be at least completed Level 4.
6:20-6:55p. Level 3, Level 4                                    6 years of age and successfully completed Level 1 OR
                                                                Preschool 2.                                                     Level 6 – Swimming & Skill Proficiency: Lifeguard
                                                                                                                                 readiness. Develop maximum efficiency and endurance for
Session II: Oct. 18, 20, 25, 27, Nov. 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17                                                                        all strokes. Skills for LGT pre-course will be introduced.
                                                                Level 3 - Stroke Development: Elementary backstroke,
Mon/Wed                                                         front/back crawl and glides with push off, reverse swimming Endurance swimming for front/back crawl, breast/side
5:00-5:30p. Preschool 2                                         direction on front/back, life jacket skills, diving from side of stroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, turns, surface dives,
5:00-5:35p. Level 1, Level 5&6                                  pool, treading water, self-rescue skills and breathing. Must     tread water, entries into water, basic rescue techniques,
5:40-6:10p. Preschool 1                                         be at least 6 years of age and successfully completed            approach strokes. Must have successfully completed
5:40-6:15p. Level 3, Level 4                                    Level 2 OR Preschool 3.                                          Level 5.
6:20-6:50p. Preschool 3
6:20-6:55p. Level 2, Level 3
                                                                Parent and Child Aquatics Program
                                                                Parent and Child Aquatics 1: Feel comfortable in water, water exploration, experiment with buoyancy, changing body
Session III: Jan. 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, 31, Feb. 2, 7, 9      position with support, introduction of water safety rules, wearing a lifejacket in the water. Prerequisites: Must be at least
Mon/Wed                                                         six months of age, no skill prerequisites.
5:00-5:30p. Preschool 3
5:00-5:35p. Level 2, Level 3, Level 4                           Parent and Child Aquatics 2: Feel comfortable in the water, explore submerging face, glides with assistance, changing body
5:40-6:10p. Preschool 1                                         position in the water, begin using combined arm and leg movements with support, water safety skills. Prerequisites: Must
5:40-6:15p. Level 1, Level 3, Level 5&6                         be at least six months of age, no skill prerequisites.
6:20-6:50p. Preschool 2
6:20-6:55p. Level 1, Level 2, Level 4                           Preschool Aquatics Program
                                                                Preschool Aquatics 1: Blow bubbles, submerge face, retrieve submerged objects, assisted front and back floats and recovery,
                                                                learn arm and leg actions on front and back, water safety skills. Must be at least 4 years of age, no skill prerequisites.
Session IV: March 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30, April 4, 6, 11, 13
Mon/Wed                                                         Preschool Aquatics 2: Enter/exit water independently, bobbing, front/back floats and glides, recover from front or back to
5:00-5:30p    Parent/Child 1 (March 14, 16, 21, 23, 28)         vertical position, finning arm action on back, combined arm and leg actions on front and back, water safety skills. Must
              Parent/Child 2 (March 30, April 4, 6, 11, 13)     have successfully completed Preschool Aquatics 1.
              Preschool 2
5:00-5:35p    Level 1, Level 5&6                                Preschool Aquatics 3: Enter water by jumping in, submerge and hold breath, bobbing, front, back, jellyfish, and tuck floats,
5:40-6:10p    Preschool 3                                       recover from front or back to a vertical position, change direction of travel on front and back, combined arm and leg actions
                                                                on front and back, treading in shallow water, water safety skills. Must have successfully completed Preschool Aquatics 2.
5:40-6:15p    Level 2, Level 3
6:20-6:50p    Preschool 1
6:20-6:55p    Level 2, Level 4


                                                                                                                                          • Youth Bowling
                                                                                                                                                   Ages 7-11 yrs.
                                                                                                                                      Tuesdays @ 4:00 pm • Starts Sept. 14
                                                                                                                                                  Ages 8-20 yrs.
                                                                                                                                     Saturdays @ 10:00 am • Starts Sept. 11

                                                                                                                                   • Adult Team Bowling
                                                                                                                                          Opening - Men, Women, Co-ed
                                                                                                          r call
                                                                                                 Stop in o
                                                                                                   to sign up              CONCORDIA LANES
                                                                                                                             416 19th N. St. - 354-2923 - New Ulm
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                    Aquatics                                                                                 Special Events
Lifeguard Training (Must be at least 15 years old)               Hermann Kid Sprints
                                                                 Harman Park
Lifeguard TrainingAges 15 and up                                 Ages 2-12
Red Cross certification program for Lifeguard, First Aid for     Saturday, October 2 • 10:15 a.m.
professional rescuer, AED (Automated External                    Fee: $3 Res./$3.33 Non-Res.
Defibrillator) and Bloodborne Pathogens training. Upon           Ready…set….go! Race to the finish line and receive fun prizes and a goody bag! Age groups will race within the park and
successful completion, participants receive Lifeguard/First      all participants will get a goody bag with a treat. Participants will not
Aide certification valid for three years and a CPR/AED for       be timed.
                                                                 Register by September 24
the Professional Rescuer certificate valid for one year. Class
                                                                 Age groups:
taught in water & classroom. Attendance required for all         Toddler Trot:         (Ages 2-3)                      50 yards
sessions.                                                        Bitty Blitz:          (Ages 4-5)                     100 yards
                                                                 Rascal Run:           (Ages 6-7)                     200 yards
Prerequisites: Successfully complete continuous 300 yard         Junior Jaunt:         (Ages 8-9)                     400 yards
                                                                 Super Sprint:         (Ages 10-12)                   500 yards
swim using front crawl & breaststroke and 10 lb submerged
object recovery. Swim skill evaluation done first day of         Snow Day In the Park
class. Attendance required at all sessions.                      Saturday, Feb. 5 • 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Saturdays, February 12 & 19, 2011 from 8a.-4p.                   Optional fee: $5 per person includes s’mores, cider, and horse drawn carriage/sleigh ride
Sundays, February 13 & 20, 2011 from 11a.-5p.                    It’s winter fun for everyone! The whole family can enjoy ice skating, sledding, horse drawn sleigh rides, s’mores over a hot
Book Fee: $35 Payable to Red Cross        Course Fee: $80        fire, cider, snowman building, and more. Bring your own sled and skates if you have them or rent our skates for $2. In
Res./$88 Non-Res. Payable to New Ulm Park and Rec.               case of inclement weather, this event may be cancelled or postponed. Call the cancellation line at 354-9041.


Water Safety Instructor Training (Ages 16 and up)
Identify key elements and strategies for planning and
preparing effective and safe swim lessons. Participants learn
the importance of effective observation and development for
teaching; observe swimming skills and accurately and
suggest appropriate interventions to improve skills. They
will also be able to classify individual’s swimming level.

                                                                                                  Take Your Life to the
Students must be at least 16 by the last classroom date. This    Easter Egg Hunt German
is a great part time job for high school and college students.   Park



                                                                                                             next
Training is team-oriented, therefore attendance at all session   Ages 2-7
is required. Registration deadline: March 2, 2011                Saturday, April 23
                                                                 10:00 a.m.
                                                                 Free
Saturdays, March 19 and 26, 2011 from 8a.-4p.



                                                                                                            level
                                                                 Be part of the Easter fun in
Sundays, March 20 and 27, 2011 from 11a.-6p.                     the park! Bounce in for eggs
Book Fee: $59.95 Payable to Red Cross Course Fee: $80            and candy, meet your favorite
Res./$88 Non-Res. Payable to New Ulm Park and Rec.               characters, and of course, see
                                                                 the Easter Bunny! All kids
                                                                 will receive a prize bag.
                                                                 Parents, don’t forget your
                                                                 cameras! *If inclement                           Now Accepting
                Fitness Fun Day                                  weather, event will be held
                                                                                                           New Students!
                                                                 at the Civic Center.
                 For all Ages!
                                                                                                              Tae Kwon Do Promotes:
               Co-sponsored by                                                                      Confidence • Courtesy • Self-Improvement • Respect
                 Park & Rec.                                                                                   Physical Fitness • Mental Fitness
          New Ulm Medical Center
    Physicians Group of New Ulm & Kraft
        Sun., Sept. 26, 2010 1-4 p.m.
         Sun., Dec. 19, 2010 1-4 pm
Rec. Center will be open, free of charge for
individuals and families to swim, play
basketball, gym games or walk the track!
Info. on nutrition, healthy snacks and                                                                                            1815 No. Spring
staying active offered and refreshments                                                                                           New Ulm
served.                                                                                                                           507-829-8331
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Youth Athletic Programs                                                                                   Youth Programs
Youth Flag Football                                            Tot Wheels Open Gym
Grades 2-6                                                     Ages 6 months-4 years old
Tuesdays & Thursdays                                           2-4 p.m. Rec Center Fieldhouse - Court #3
September 14 – October 14                                      Sunday afternoons: Nov. 21, Dec. 12, Jan. 16, Feb. 20, and March 13
North Park                                                     Fee: $2.00 per child
Session I: Grades 2 & 3 – 6:30-7:30 p.m.                       Recreation Center-Court #3
Session II: Grades 4, 5, 6 – 7:40-8:40 p.m.                    If Minnesota winters have your child cooped up inside, roll on over to the Rec.
Fee: $35 Res./$38.50 Non-Res. (includes t-                     Center for this new program for kids who love to ride! Bring your human
shirt)                                                         powered riding toy or small bike to the Recreation Center and race around our
Pre-register by Sept. 3rd to guarantee shirt                   obstacle course, or play with our open gym toys for an afternoon of fun. No
Park and Rec. youth athletic programs teach                    motorized vehicles, wet/dirty tires or bikes over 16”. Adults must stay and
players fundamentals while putting an emphasis on FUN.         supervise children during program.
The first 2 practices will focus on skills and drills with
games scheduled the remaining season. Instructors: Local       Pre-K Open Gym
football players                                               Wednesdays and Fridays
                                                               9-11 a.m. Rec Center Fieldhouse
Youth Volleyball                                               Fee: $1.50 per child (adults free; memberships & punch cards do not apply)
Grades 3-6                                                     Run, chase and burn off energy! This program allows kids to interact with others
Saturdays • September 11 – October 16                          while giving parents a chance to socialize with each other. Equipment (balls,
New Ulm Recreation Center                                      scooters, hoola-hoops, parachutes and more) will be provided to stimulate free
Session I: Grades 3 & 4: 9:00-10:00 a.m.                       play. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Session II: Grades 5 6: 10:15-11:15 a.m.
Fee: $30 Res./$33 Non-Res. (includes t-shirt)                  Friday Fins & Friends
Pre-Register by Friday, Sept. 3 to guarantee shirt             Ages 6 and up (5 & under must be accompanied IN WATER by an adult)
Learn the basic skills of volleyball while having fun. Work    Fridays
on fundamentals in drills, games, and more to teach proper     3:30-5 p.m. Rec. Center Pool
skills to enhance your game. The program will be led by        Start off the weekend with swimming, sliding, and climbing in the pool. Transportation provided by the NU Bus Lines and
Park and Rec. staff and coaches.                               ISD #88. Individuals may take Bus #1 to the Rec. Center on FRIDAYS.
                                                               No Fins and Friends Oct. 22, Nov. 26, Dec. 24, 31, Feb. 11, or April 22 Fins and Friends will end on May 20.
Youth Archery
Ages 6-16                                                      Rock on Ice
March 15, 22, 29, 31, April 5, 7, 12, 14                       Friday nights during the school year;
(Tuesdays & Thursdays)                                         7:00-9:00 p.m. beginning Sept. 10
New Ulm Civic Center                                           Fees: $4.00 *Fees are subject to change
Fee: $26 Res./$28.60 Non-Res.                                  New Ulm Civic Center
Instructors: Chuck and Robin Bandow                            No ROI Dec. 24, 31, March 18, 25
Learn safe, correct shooting techniques and learn the sport    Ice skate with friends and listen to your favorite tunes. Participants must be at least 6
of archery. Participants will enjoy small class sizes for      years old or accompanied by an adult. Trainers will not be allows during this program.
maximum shooting time. Fiberglass bow and arrows are
provided. Participants may bring their own bows on the
first day of class pending approval by the instructors. Due                              Employment opportunities…
to new location, we will no longer be able to offer Advanced     New Ulm Park and Recreation has part time employment opportunities. If you
Archery.                                                       enjoy working with people and have a positive attitude, download a city application
Session I: 5:10-5:40 p.m. – Beginner Archers                        from the city website or stop in at the Recreation Center. Now hiring for:
Session II: 5:50-6:20 p.m.. – Beginner Archers
Session III: 6:30-7:00 p.m. – Beginner Archers Plus                               -Rock on Ice Program Aides – Friday evenings
Session IV: 7:10-7:40 p.m. – Intermediate Archers                          -Youth Volleyball coaches – Saturday mornings – Sept-Oct.
                                                                            -Dodge Ball officials – Sunday evenings – Fall & Winter
• Beginner Archers have little to no experience with archery
  or have taken archery
  before but would like to
  work on basic skills.                                                                                     Cool off with a
                                                                                                    Royal Treat from Dairy Queen!
  Stand at 10 yards.
• Beginner Archers Plus
  have experience with                                                                                                                 COUPON
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                                                        No School Activities and Events
No School Day Open Swims                                                                          Holiday Jingle Gym Jam
Fee: $4.25 *Denotes Special Event – Special event fee applies                                     Rec. Center - Vogel FH
Time: 1-4 p.m.                                                                                    Ages 6-10
Rec. Center Pool                                                                                  Wednesday, Dec. 29
                                                                                                  1:30-3:30 p.m.
Thursday, October 21           Floatie Fun                                                        Fee: $5.00 Res./$5.10 Non-Res.
Friday, October 22             Open Swim
Monday, November 8             Floatie Fun                                                        Burn off energy and play some of
Wednesday, November 24         Open Swim                                                          your favorite gym games played in
Friday, November 26            Floatie Fun                                                        phy- ed and learn a few new ones
Thursday, December 23          Open Swim                                                          too. Park and Rec. staff will
Tuesday, December 28           Floatie Fun                                                        supervise and coordinate a variety
Thursday, December 30          Open Swim                                                          of games to keep kids active and
*Monday, January 24            Floatie Fun                                                        entertained for the afternoon.
                               -Winter Blast                                                      Register by Dec. 23.
Monday, March 28               Open Swim                                                          Min. 10
*Friday, April 22              Floatie Fun-Pool Eggstravaganza
Monday, April 25               Open Swim                                                          Winter Blast
                                                                                                  Rec. Center – Fieldhouse & Pool
Floatie Fun – Bring your favorite inflatable or noodle from home or use one of ours.              Save the Date:
                                                                                                  Monday, January 24
Open Swim – No floats allowed. Come and play on the slide, climbing wall, water
                                                                                                  Ages 6 and up (or accompanied by
basketball, football toss or splash with friends.
                                                                                                  an adult)
                                                                                                  1:00-4:00 p.m.
No-School Open Skate                                                                              Look for additional information
Fee: $3.50; Rental skates (hockey and figure) $2.00                                               coming soon.
Time: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
New Ulm Civic Center
*Open Skate programs are unsupervised                                                             Pool Eggstravaganza
Thursday, October 21                                                                              Rec. Center Pool
Friday, October 22                                                                                Ages 6 and up
Friday, November 26                                                                               Fee: $5 (punch cards and memberships do not apply)
Wednesday, December 22                                                                            Friday, April 22
Thursday, December 23                                                                             1:00-4:00 p.m.
Monday, December.27
Tuesday, December 28                                                                              Join us for the 5th Annual Easter
                                                                                                  Egg Hunt in the Rec. Center Pool.
Wednesday, December 29
                                                                                                  Children will be able to swim for
Thursday, December 30
                                                                                                  prize filled eggs in all areas of the
Monday, January 24
                                                                                                  pool, depending on their swimming
Monday, April 25                                                                                  abilities. Egg Hunt will begin at
                                                                                                  1:30 p.m. Look for Aqua Bunny to
Holiday Craft-ernoon                      We will spend the afternoon making a variety of arts    make a very special appearance.
Rec. Center Herbeck Rooms                 and craft projects for you to give to a friend or for   After the egg hunt, kids can enjoy
Ages 6-10                                 you to keep for yourself. We will create an             Floatie Fun Swim, so don’t forget a
Wednesday, Dec. 22                        ornament, an edible craft and more. If you enjoy        floatie!
1:30-3:00 pm                              being creative, this is the program for you!
Fee: $15.00 Res./$16.50 Non-Res.          Please register by Dec. 10 to allow for adequate
                                          supplies and materials. Min. 6


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                                                           Adult Enrichment and Events
Civic Center Garage Sales                                                                           Hermann 5k Run/Walk
Civic Center South Arena                                                                            Race begins at the Rec. Center
Fall Sale: Saturday, September 25 – Registration is open                                            Saturday, Oct. 2
Spring Sale: Saturday, April 2 – Registration opens Nov. 1                                          9:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.                                                                               Fee: $15 Res./$16.50 Non-Res. by Sept. 10 (guarantees shirt) or
Set up Friday night – 5:00-8:00 p.m. or Sat. 6:30-8:00 a.m                                          $20 Res./$22 Non-Res. Sept. 11-Oct. 1 (does not guarantee shirt)
.                                                                                                   No Race Day Registrations
Choose from a variety of options:
3 tables = $26 Res./$28.60 Non-Res.                                                                 Be part of the 2nd Annual Hermann 5k Run/Walk! The New Ulm Battery will start the race
4 tables = $31 Res./$34.10 Non-Res.                                                                 off with a bang at the Rec. Center and end at historic Hermann Monument. Trail will include
5 tables =$36 Res./$39.60 Non-Res.                                                                  sidewalks, city streets, and along the beautiful Flandrau trail system. All participants will be
6 tables =$42 Res./$46.20 Non-Res.                                                                  timed with prizes for the top 3 finishers in each age group. Everyone will receive a t-shirt if
                                                                                                    registered by Sept. 10, Hermann Monument admission and post race refreshments. There will
Register for your warm, dry, and hassle free space! Clean out the closet, garage, cabinet, or       be stairs on the course; no strollers please. Walkers and runners are welcome to participate.
toy room and make room. We supple the tables, chairs, convenient set up times, and event            For Kids Sprints, see Hermann Kids Sprints under special events.
publicity. Choose your space during registration. Please pre-register early, space is limited
and fills quickly! Vendors will not be allowed to sell food. All individuals selling
items/renting space will be required to sign an agreement not to sell anything that has been
recalled, illegal, or unsafe and that they will hold the City harmless from any liability claims,
including claims involving unsafe products.
                                                                                                                                 Adult Athletics
                                                                                                    Adult Racquetball Leagues
Pottery
Community Center Room 16 • Ages 18 and up                                                           Rec. Center RB Courts
Wednesdays: 6:30-9:00 p.m.                                                                          Ages 16 and up
Fee: $52 Res./$57.20 Non-Res. (includes 25lb. block of clay)                                        Monday evenings
                                                                                                    Fee: $40 Res./$44 Non-Res. (includes tube of balls) per league
Session I: Oct. 13 – Nov. 17 – Register by October 8
Session II: Jan. 19 – Feb. 23 – Register by January 14                                              •Fall League begins Oct. 4-mid December; register by Sept. 24
                                                                                                    •Winter League begins January 10th-March; register by Dec. 30
Create a masterpiece for yourself or make meaningful gifts for friends and family! Both
beginner and skilled potters are encouraged to register. Participants will be able to work on
the wheel or hand build multiple projects. Min. 6/Max. 10                                           League will be set up in 2 divisions, Division A and Division B with Division A being a higher
                                                                                                    level of play. Please be sure to mark which division best fits your playing ability. Registration
                                                                                                    forms available at the Vogel Fieldhouse desk. Fee is due at the time of registration; no late
                                                                                                    registrations will be accepted. Player registration forms are available at the front desk.
                           Martin Luther College                                                    Adult Volleyball League


               Early Childhood
                                                                                                    Rec. Center- Fieldhouse
                                                                                                    Ages 16 and up
                                                                                                    Begins November 3-end of February beginning of March
                                                                                                    depending on the amount of teams

               Learning Center                                                                      No volleyball the weeks of Nov. 22, Dec. 20, 27 and Jan. 17.
                                                                                                    Tentative Days (subject to change)
                                                                                                    Women’s Division I Wednesdays
                                                                                                    Women’s Division II Wednesdays
                                                                   Ages 3-5                         Women’s Division III Thursdays
                                                                                                    Co-Rec.                Thursdays
                                                           • full or half-day                       Team registration: September 15-October 15. All teams must turn in a preliminary roster and
                                                             programs                               $250.00 entry fee. All team managers must attend the organizational meeting Wednesday,
                                                                                                    September 15 in the Recreation Center, Court #1. Women’s volleyball managers meet at
                                                           • active, hands-on                       6:30p. and Co-Recreation managers meet at 7:15p. If a team manager is unable to attend,
                                                             learning                               please send a team rep.

                                                           • quality early                          Adult Dodge Ball Leagues
                                                             education                              Ages 16 and up
                                                                                                    Sunday evenings
                                                           • State Licensed                         Recreation Center - Fieldhouse
                                                                                                    -Fall League – Nov. 7 – Dec.12 (6 weeks) –Register by Oct. 29
                                                                                                    -Winter League- Feb. 20-March 27 (6 weeks) –Register by Feb. 11


                                                  CALL                                              Fee: $60 per team/league
                                                                                                    Teams are made up of 6 adults – 2 of which must be women; teams may have up to 10
                                                                                                    people on their roster


                                                233-9105                                            You loved it as a kid, you’ll love it as an adult! Grab a group of friends and play the fast paced,
                                                                                                    exciting game of dodge ball in this short league. Teams will be scheduled to play an opposing
                                                                                                    team, earning points with each win. At the end of the season, the team with the most points
                                          www.mlceclc.com                                           will earn bragging rights as the Dodgeball Champs. Park and Rec. will provide 1 official,
                                                                                                    court, and balls. Teams provide players that want to throw and dodge balls, and have good
                                                                                                    sportsmanship. Team Registration forms and rules are available at the Recreation Center.
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                                                                          Fitness Opportunites
Double Down – Ultimate Partner Weight Loss Challenge                  Are You Ready for some football?                                        Group Cycling Program
Ages 16 and older                                                     Rec Center SilverSneakers members, join our team as we compete          Fee: $24 Res./$26.40 Non-Res. for any 6 classes
Oct. 4 – Nov. 24                                                      against rival participating fitness locations during the Fall Fitness   Rec. Center – Spin Center
Rec. Center                                                           Challenge. We’ll tally your visits to our location for the next three   • Participants choose classes at time of registration.
Mondays 7:30 p.m. / Fridays 5:45 a.m. / Wed., Nov. 24 at 5:45         months, hoping that our team tracks the most visits by the end of       • Flexibility classes allow participants to cancel or change
a.m.                                                                  the season. Enjoy camaraderie of our team as you tackle your            classes 24 hours before class time.
Fee/ person: $150 Res./$165 NR Utlimate Rec Center member             health and wellness goals!                                              • If classes are cancelled due to low attendance, participants
    $200 Res./$220 NR Non-Ultimate Rec. Center member                 Remember, the best offense is a great defense, and physical             will be able to attend another class.
Lose it to win it! This 8-week life changing program led by           activity is your strongest offense for your health. Living an active    • No refunds for missed classes.
certified personal trainer and fitness instructor, Jill Wilfahrt      lifestyle can help defend against chronic conditions such as high
teaches basic fitness, nutrition and weight management techniques     blood pressure, osteoporosis, type II diabetes, and more.
sure to benefit participants long after class. Fee includes:                                                                                  These calorie burning, muscle toning classes are held at a
                                                                      August 31 Tryouts                                                       variety of times throughout the week. Each participant has
• Pre, mid and post assessments of measurements, cardio and           • Notify Vogel FH attendant if you are interested in participating.     control of their resistance knob, making your class
strength tests                                                        • Sign up on your team chart - everyone makes the cut!                  experience as hard or easy as you need! Participants can
• Nutrition plan information                                                                                                                  reserve their space in classes by registering at the fieldhouse
• 16 exclusive fitness classes for DD participants only               September 8 Pre-Season Kickoff                                          desk. Check the spin calendar for current class offerings.
• Exercise in class and independently to lose weight and meet         • Attend our “tailgating” social event to learn the rules of the        Group Reservations: If you have a group of friends, co-
fitness goals.                                                        game                                                                    workers, or family members who want to personalize their
• Follow up meeting after program completion                          • Learn how to become a SilverSneakers member                           spin experience, contact us and we will work with you to
• 2 sessions of one-on-two personal training with Jill and partner                                                                            come up with your own spin program with one of our
• Weekly weigh-ins on Monday evenings                                 September-November Regular Season                                       certified instructors at times that are convenient for your
• Doubles compete each week for incentives                            • Compete against participating fitness locations nearby for the        group.
• 1-year membership to the Rec. Center to be awarded to the           most member visits per month.
couple with the biggest weight loss percentage.                       • Hustle into your participating location, and swipe your
• Individual support and encouragement                                membership card on every visit.
• Last year, participants lost over 260 pounds - that’s an average    • Be as active as possible – every practice counts.
of 10 pounds per participant! Are you up for the challenge?
• Use of the Rec. Center facility while participating in the          Queen of Hearts
program                                                               November 1 –December 31
Min. 12/Max 20                                                        Rec. Center Aerobics Studio – Herbeck Room
                                                                      Fee: FREE w/Rec. Center Annual or punch card Ultimate
Two Week Ironman                                                      Membership
Ages 16 and older                                                     (SilverSneakers memberships, Water Classes and Spin programs
Jan. 3-Jan. 16 (14 days)                                              do not apply.)
Rec. Center
Fee: $8 Res./$8.88 Non-Res.                                           Here’s what you do:
Register by December 23, 2010 at the Rec. Center                      • Attend a fitness class
It’s time to push yourself to achieve a new goal, completing an       • Work out and have fun
Ironman competition, but we’re giving you 14 days. Participants       • Draw a card
will complete a total of a 2.4 mile swim, 112 miles of biking, and    • If you draw the queen of hearts you win!
26.2 miles of running in 14 days, plus we are giving you options      • Only one card is drawn per class per person
to get those miles completed:                                         • The more classes you attend the more chances to win!
• 2.4 mile swim or 1 hour of water exercise = ½ mile
• 112 mile bike or attend group spin class, 45 min. class = 8 miles   Zumba Spooktacular
• 26.2 mile run or any cardio fitness class = 3 miles                 Wednesday, October 27 6:30-7:30p.m.
                                                                      Rec. Center Fieldhouse
Participants will keep track of distances by completing individual    Join fitness instructor Rachel Oftedahl and fill the Rec. Center for
distance cards from Vogel FH desk. Park and Rec. staff will assist    New Ulm’s biggest Zumba class ever! Halloween costumes
with calculating each distance. At the completion of the Ironman,     optional!
participants will receive a medal and your own sweat towel. It’s      Free to all who participate.
more fun to work out with a friend, so recruit a buddy!



                                                                               Fitness
                                                                               Classes
                                                                            We offer fitness
                                                                          classes at the Rec.
                                                                          Center. Download
                                                                           the most updated
                                                                          fitness schedule on
                                                                             the website at
                                                                              www.ci.new-
                                                                               ulm.mn.us
                                                                                                                                            THE JOURNAL, New Ulm, MN Sunday, August 22, 2010   9
         Professional Fitness Education

                                                                                                                                                   NEW ULM
New Ulm Recreation Center and NETA, a non-profit fitness professional association, are co-
sponsoring the following nationally-recognized workshops to be held at the New Ulm Recreation
Center.




                                                                                                                                                   HOCKEY
BOOT CAMP
Saturday, March 19, 2011 8-1p.

Fun Work - Hard Play! An exercise format that is sure to rev up the most avid exercisers. Endurance
games, intervals, circuits and obstacle courses are just a few of the innovative ideas used to train the
entire body for serious results.
Credits: 5 NETA, .5 ACE, 3.5 AFAA                                                                                                           Mark your calendars for EVENTS
                                                                                                            FREE! Learn to SKATE Program
NEW! THE CYCLE COACH
Sunday, March 20 2011 8-1p.
Developed by NETA Trainer Rosie Ward. A great cycling instructor goes beyond the workout and
inspires people by being a true coach. Cycle Coach will expand your training to explore different          Sponsored by NUHA & City of NU
types of motivation, creating "killer cues" and the power of language to crate an unforgettable and
inspirational riding experience - an experience that keeps participants coming back for more! Note:        TUESDAYS August 24, 31, September 7 • 6-7pm
this workshop is designed to build off previous training; taking the other NETA cycle workshops first      Helmets & Skates provided at no charge
is highly recommended.
Credits: 5 NETA, .5 ACE, 4 AFAA                                                                            Check website for future dates! newulmhockey.com
Personal Training Packages                                                                                  HOCKEY REGISTRATION - Online
Need help getting started on a workout routine? Working out but not seeing results? Our personal
trainers can help you get on track. We have two programs to help get you started.                          Check web for details at: newulm.pucksystems.com
Step One: complete initial assessment of blood pressure, body composition, strength, height, weight,
cardiovascular. This will aide our Certified Personal Trainers to custom design a fitness plan to meet
                                                                                                           or register at NEW ULM CIVIC CENTER
the individual’s needs. This is required before purchasing additional training packages. Fee: $45          Friday, September 10 • 5-8pm & Saturday, September 11 • 9-Noon
• Sessions are valid for 1 year from date of purchase.

                                                                                                            New Families Only! Reg. Registration
• You must be 15 years of age and have a current Rec. Center Membership.
• Register/purchase packages at the Vogel Field house window.

Step Two: decide what package/plan works for you                                                            Receive $20 off Hockey Fees
Personal Training - working out at the Rec. Center facility, one-on-one with a Certified, personal
trainer to meet your personal, specific goals. Sessions can be purchased for $105/3 sessions, $192/6       Redeem only with NUHA 2010-11 Hockey Season
sessions, $360/12 sessions
Fitness Plan Consulting = Personal Trainer will meet with the individual to provide a fitness plan
specifically designed for the individual, based on the results of initial assessment. A second and third
                                                                                                            SUPPORT NEW ULM YOUTH HOCKEY
meeting will be arranged to follow up on the individual’s progress. This package allows the                 Purchase a USA Hometown Game!
individual to work out on their own, but have assistance from the trainer to track progress. Fee: $95
Fitness Orientation = One of our fitness staff members will explain how to use the equipment in a          A FAMILY GAME OF NEW ULM’S HISTORY!
safe, proper manner. Orientations must be scheduled at the front desk. Fee: Complimentary for all          They make good birthday, Christmas presents.
members.                                                                                                   Good way to introduce both kids & adults to
                                                                                                           New Ulm History while having family fun!
                                                                                                           Purchase game at following:
                                                                                                           NU Chamber, KNUJ, Tech Trends, Haar Friesure,
                                                                                                           Lasting Impressions, Kemske, The Country Loft,
                                                                                                           Gutentag Haus, Cutting Edge Salon, Otto’s Feierhaus
                                                                                                           Classic Trends, Rooms & Rest, Cash Wise Foods,

                                                                                                            Watch FREE HOCKEY TOURNAMENTS
                                                                                                            this Season at NEW ULM Civic Center!
                                                                                                           Boys
                                                                                                           Nov. 12-14 Bantam B I Dec. 3-5 Bantam A         I Dec. 17-19 Squirt A
                                                                                                           Jan. 7-9 Pee wee B I Jan. 14-16 Pee wee A   I   Jan. 21-23 Squirt B
                                                                                                           Girls
                                                                                                           Jan. 28-30 14U B   I Feb. 4-6 12U B             I Feb. 4-6 10U B

                                                                                                                ANY BUSINESS want to Sponsor
                                                                                                                or Advertise on Hockey Jersey?
                                                                                                                    CONTACT: Mary Ludwig 507-276-5253
                                                                                                                     or EMAIL: ludwig_mary@yahoo.com
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                                                        Key:
                                                        V = Vault
                                                        W = Wading
                                                        F = Fitness




                                                                                                                          Shelter, Bandshell (open unless noted)
                                                        X = Yes
                                                        E = Enclosed/Screened
                                                        O = Outdoor
                                                        S = Seasonal
                                                        C = Carry in boat launch




                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Baseball/Softball Fields
                                                        R = boat launch Ramp




                                                                                                                                                                                               Playground Equipment
                                                                                                    Acres (approximate)
                                                        I = Indoor
                                                        P = Portable seasonal
                                                        G = Gravel




                                                                                                                                                                   Picnic Tables
                                                        N = Nearby




                                                                                                                                                                                   Restrooms
       City of New Ulm Mn USA                           H = Hard surface
       Park & Recreation Department                     L = Lights
       PARKS & FACILITIES (2010 Aug 16)                 ADDRESS
  1    Adams Park                                       620 Cottonwood St                         15.90                                                            X
  2    Archery Range                                    226 22nd North St (E of Industrial St)     2.00                                                            X
  3    BMX Track                                        316 3rd South St                           4.00                                                                            P
  4    Civic Center                                     1212 North Franklin St                     3.00                                                            X               X
  5    Community Center (see North German Park)         600 North German St                                                                                        X               X           X
  6    Defenders Monument                               Center & State Streets                     0.25
  7    Fifth North Park (undeveloped)                   601 North Garden St                        8.00
  8    Fifth North Mini Park                            1449 5th North St                          0.82                                                            X
  9    German Park                                      200 North German St                        6.80     3                                                      X               X           X
 10    Art Wall Park                                    600 North on the Trail (221 6th N. St)     3.50
 11    Harman Park                                      101 North Garden St                       13.98 E 1                                                        X               X           X                      3/(L2)
 12    Heritage Tree Monument                           101 North Minnesota St                     0.05
 13    Hermann Heights Park & Monument                  14 Monument St                             5.95 E 2                                                        X        S                  X
 14    Highland Park                                    1627 5th North St                          3.00                                                            X        P                  X
 15    Johnson Field                                    400 North German St                        8.50                                                                     S
 16    Johnson Park                                     500 North German St                        8.49                                                                     S                                         L1
 17    Kiesling Park & House                            220 North Minnesota St                     0.20                                                                   1 X
 18    Lakeside Village Park (undeveloped)              2315 Lake Ave                              1.50
 19    Lincoln Park                                     718 South State St                         2.81     1                                                      X               S           X                                        1
 20    Maintenance Shop                                 6 North Front
 21    Maplewood Park (undeveloped)                     1321 Maplewood Dr                          3.00
 22    Minnecon Park                                    2 5th North St                           118.65                                        1 X                                 V
 23    Mueller Park                                     224 3rd North St                           8.50                                        1 X                                 S                                  L1
 24    Nehls Park                                       1100 Summit Ave                           12.00                                          X                                 P           X                                        1
 25    North Park                                       1801North State St                        13.97                                        2 X                                 S           X                      L3
 26    North Broadway Park (undeveloped)                2228 North Broadway                        2.64
 27    North German Park (see Community Center)         600 North German St                        2.81
 28    North Highland Park (undeveloped)                (in Wech's Second Addition)                2.30
 29    North Market Park                                1414 North German St                       1.10                                        1 X                                             X
 30    Pfaender, Col Wilhelm Park (undeveloped)         1601 7th North St                          7.00
 31    Recreation Center (see Steinhauser Park)         122 South Garden St                                                                                        X               X
 32    Riverside Park                                   101 South Front St                        13.23                                                            X                           X
 33    Schonlau Park & Glockenspiel                     327 North Minnesota St                     0.40
 34    Skateboard/In-line Skate Park                    315 1st South St                           1.09                                                            X               P
 35    Soccer Field                                     600 North on the Trail (221 6th N. St)     3.00
 36    South Park                                       1800 South State St                       13.97                                                            X                           X                                        1
 37    South German Park                                501 South German St                        5.56
 38    South Market Park (undeveloped)                  1415 South German St                       2.81
 39    Steinhauser Park (see Recreation Center)         122 South Garden St                       11.29
 40    Trap Range                                       214 21st North St                          4.00 E S                                                        X               S
 41    Washington Park                                  715 North State St                         2.81     1                                                      X               S           X                                        1
                                                                                                 318.88
                                                   X
                                                                                                                                             Horseshoe Courts




                                       I3




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                                                                              L2
                                                                                                                                             Tennis Courts




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                                                                                                        L4
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OW
                                                                              OW
                                                                                                                                             Swimming Pool




                                       I2
                                                                                                                                             Fitness Center
                                                                                                                                             Meeting/Multi-Purpose Rooms




     1
                                                                                                                           4
                                                                                                                           9 8/4




                                       3 2/2
                                                                                                                                             Locker Rooms w/Showers
                                                                                                                                S2




                                                                                                                                             Arenas - Indoor Dry Floor




                                       1
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                                                   1S
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                                                                                                                                             Kitchen, Cafeteria, Concession Stand
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                                                                                                                                             Theater or Ampitheater




                     X
                                                            X
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                     X
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X
                                                                              X
                                                                                                X
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                                       X
                                                                                       X
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                                                                                                                                             Accessible




                         X
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                                                                                                                                             Gardens, Fountain, & Pergula



                                                            X
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                         X
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                                                                                       X




                                                   X
                                                                                       X
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                                                                                                                                             Benches, Bleachers, Grandstands
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                                                                                                                                             Interpretive Center




             X
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                                                                                                                                             Historical Marker, Monument, Sculpture
                                                                                       I




                     S
                                                            S
                                                                                                                  S
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S
                                                   S
                                                                              S
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                                                                                                        X




                                       X
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                                                                                                                                             Drinking Water




             X
             X
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                                                                                                        X




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                                                                                                                                             Sliding Hill (Winter)




             X
             X
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             X
                                                   X
                                                   X
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                              X
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                                                                                                                                             Open Play Space
                                                                 X




             X

         X
                                                        X
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                                               X
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                                                                                                                                             Natural Area
                                                        X
                                                                                                X




                                                                                                                                             Grills
             X
                                                        X




                                                                                                                                             Disc Golf Course (9 holes)
                                                                                                                                      C CT




                                                                 C R MN




                              C R MN




                                                                                                                                             River Acess: Minnesota (MN) or Cottonwood (CT)
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                                                                         Recreation Center
                                                                           122 S. Garden Street • 507-359-8347

                                                                                              Rec. Center Holiday/Maintenance Closings
                                                                                              The Rec. Center locker rooms and indoor pool will be closed for annual maintenance
                                                                                              from August 30-September 6, 2010.
                                                                                              Labor Day Weekend          Sept. 4-6, 2010
                                                                                              Thanksgiving Day           November 25, 2010
                                                                                              Christmas Eve              Building hours 5a.12 noon
                                                                                              Christmas Day              Dec. 25
                                                                                              New Year’s                 Dec. 31 and Jan. 1

                                                                                              Fees:
                                                                                              Daily Admission                                                        $4.25
                                                                                              (open gym, fitness centers, pool, racquetball)
                                                                                              Ultimate Daily Admission                                               $6.75
                                                                                              (open gym, fitness centers, pool, racquetball, fitness classes)
                                                                                              Daily Admission – Walking Track only                                   $1.50
                                                                                              Rec. Center Walking Track Punch card                                   $13.50
                                                                                              Rec. Center Punch card                                                 $38.25
                                                                                              (12-punches: open gym/swim/fitness centers/track)
                                                                                              Rec. Center Ultimate Punch card                                        $60.75
  For a complete listing of building hours, download from our website at                      (12-punches – building use + land/Aqua fitness classes)
     www.ci.new-ulm.mn.us or pick up a hard copy at the Rec. Center.                          Party Packages
Vogel Fieldhouse            359-8347                                                          Splash & Snack – Admission for 10 to open swim and 2 hours of meeting room rental $50
• Three gym courts for basketball, volleyball and tennis
• Racquetball/Wallyball Courts                                                                Play & Party – An open gym court for 2 hours and 2 hours of meeting room rental. Moon
• Three-lane track (10 laps=Mile)                                                             bounce available for additional fee $50

Fitness Centers                                                                               Skate & Snack Party Package – up to 10 admission & Rental Skates to open skate + 2 hours
• Cardio center                                                                               of meeting space $50
 • Treadmills                               • Recumbent bikes
 • Ellipticals                              • Stationary bikes                                Exclusive Fun for Group Events
 • Arc trainers                             • Stair climbers                                  For the ultimate outing, try an exclusive or overnight party for your group. Please call 359-
                                                                                              8340. Herbeck Meeting Rooms available:
• Strength Center
• Fly/Rear Deltoid                          • Leg Press
• Overhead Press                            • Leg Extension
• Lateral Pull Down                         • Leg Curl
• Chest Press                               • Hip Abduction/Adduction
• Arm Curl & Extension                      • Row
• Dip/Chin Assist                           • Abdominal
• Back Extension                            • Free weights
• Stretching mats                           • Medicine and fitness balls
• Indoor Pool
• Tot Slide                                 • Indoor Climbing Wall
• 2-Flume Drop Slides                       • Spa/Whirlpool
• Basketball & Football Toss Games          • Handicap accessible lift



                                                                                                      Palm Beach Marinecraft Inc.
                                                                                                                                                        Enjoy the outdoors with
                                                                                                                                                            a pontoon from




                                                                                                      2137 North Broadway • New Ulm • 507-233-8020
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Memberships & Health Insurance                                                        Civic Center
                                                                                     1212 N. Franklin Street • 507-233-8400

                                                                         Open Skate or Hockey Admission:
                                                                                       $3.50 time or $31.50 for
                                                                                        12-punch card
                                                                         Rental Skates $2.00 per pair


                                                                         Rental Information
                                                                         Floor Shows/Expos/Banquets—Large space
                                                                         available for retail sales, business, banquets,
                                                                         weddings, etc.
                                                                         • Seating capacity for 1,300
                                                                         • Additional charge for tables, chairs, staging,
                                                                           portable dance floor, pipe/drape
                                                                         • Special Banquet fee (includes tables/chairs)
                                                                         Ice Rental available nearly year-round
                                                                         Meeting Space—private parties, meetings,
                                                                         gatherings.
                                                                         Capacity = Approx. 70 people
                                                                         Please call the main Park and Rec. office for fees or
                                                                         inquiries

                                                                          Hermann Heights Park
                                                                         Shelter Rentals available by calling 507-359-
                                                                         8344. Two time frames are available for rent 9
                                                                         a.m.-4 p.m. or 4-11 p.m. Capacity = 100 per
                                                                         shelter.

                                                                         Monument
                                                                         • Hours:10 a.m.-7 p.m.
                                                                         • Open Saturdays and Sundays, May 1-23
                                                                         • Open daily Memorial Day – Labor Day
                                                                         • Open Saturdays and Sundays in September
                                                                         • Open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays the first
                                                                           three weekends in October
                                                                         • Monument viewing area will close during
                                                                           inclement weather
                                                                         • Children under 16 years of must be accompanied
                    Community Center
                           600 N. German Street • 507-359-8340
                                                                           by an adult

               Auditorium – elegant setting for that special
                             occasion
                                                                                    German Park
               Max. dinner seating capacity = 250                        Picnic Pavilion available by calling 507-359-
               Row seating capacity = 260-300                            8344. Two time frames are available for rent 9
                                                                         a.m.-4 p.m. or 4-11 p.m. Capacity = 75
               Meeting Facilities – perfect for small group
               meetings, showers, parties. Seating capacity
               (depends on which meeting room) 40, 50 or open            Glockenspiel-Schonlau Park
               to 100
                                                                         • Enjoy a stroll through Schonlau Park. Enjoy the
               Please call the Main Park and Rec. office for fees or       sights of the flowers and sounds of the bells
               inquiries.                                                  chime the time of the day in Westminister style
                                                                           and play programmed pieces at 12, 3 and 5 p.m.
                                                                           with expanded scheduled pieces during festivals.
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                                     Park and Recreation • Staff and Commission




                Park and Recreation Commission                                                                 City Council Members
Meets the second Monday of each month in the City Council                           L-R Todd Olson, Ken Rockvam, Vice President; Ruth Ann Webster, Charles
Chambers, City Hall, 100 N. Broadway                                               Schmitz, Presiden at Large; Les Schultz, Joel Albrescht
Front row L-R: Michelle Gag, Myrtle Brand, Randy Sperling.
Back row L-R: Rod Karnitz, Steve Thiesfeldt, Denny Waloch
& Mark Schwartz. Not pictured Wendy Tuttle

                                                                             Staff and Phone Numbers
• Sue Boddy, Administrative Assistant                                                         • Cheryl Kormann, Assistant Director ...............................507-359-8340
  Main Park and Recreation Office ....................................507-359-8344            • Tom Schmitz, Director.....................................................507-359-8339
• Vogel Fieldhouse ............................................................507-359-8347
                                                                                              • Doug TenEyck, Facilities Maint. .....................................507-359-8346
  (Court Reservations, Facility Hours,
  Memberships & Personal Training)                                                            • Bob Haala, Facilities Crew Leader..................................507-233-8400
• Carrie Anderson, Program Supervisor.............................507-359-8343                • Jim Hofmeister, Parks Crew Leader................................507-359-8348




                                                                                                                                                       Monday - Thursday

                                                                                                                                            All Appetizers
                                                                                                                                                  2 Off
                                                                                                                                                1
                                                                                                                                                              8pm - Midnight


                                                                                                                                                           Every Tuesday

                                                                                                                                             Kids Eat FREE
                                                                                                                                                    Limit one kids entree per adult entree
                                                                                              1727 S. Broadway • New Ulm • 354-6688
                                                                                                     Open 24 Hours Fridays & Saturdays
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                                                  Community Associations, Clubs & Groups
Adaptive Recreational Services (ARS) ..........................................507-354-5770                       New Ulm Hockey Association.....................................www.newulmhockey.com
                                                                                                                  Jenny Kokesch, President .........................................................507-354-1065 (h)
Broomball – Rick Isabell................................................................507-359-7512              ...................................................................................................507-404-0206 (c)
Community Education – Carol Davis, Director .............................507-359-8561                             New Ulm Junior Baseball ..................................www.newulmjuniorbaseball.org
                                                                                                                  John Giefer .....................................................................................507-354-2491
Community & Seniors Together (CAST)
Kathy Austinson, Director ...........................................................507-354-3212                 New Ulm Legion Baseball
                                                                                                                  Vern Kitzberger, President .............................................................507-359-2397
Council for the Arts New Ulm (CANU) ........................................507-233-2268
                                                                                                                  New Ulm River Valley BMX
Hermann Monument Society ................................www.hermannmonument.com                                  Willy Wurtz.....................................................................................507-766-3113
George Glotzbach ..........................................................................507-354-2097
...........................................................hermann_monument_society@yahoo.com                     New Ulm Swim Club ............................................................................................
                                                                                                                  Chris Iles .........................................................................................507-359-9351
Just for Kix Dance Team ................................................tpetejfk@frontiernet.net                  Doreen Schmitt ...............................................................................507-359-4149
........................................................................................or www.justforkix.com
Tawnya Peterreins ......................................................................(651) 460-6282            New Ulm Tennis Association
                                                                                                                  Bob or Barb Hildebrandt ................................................................507-354-6185
Men’s Industrial Softball                                                                                         Norm Kopp .....................................................................................507-359-1160
Chris Williams, President ...............................................................507-276-2850
Dan Olson, Treasurer ......................................................................507-766-1928           New Ulm Youth Soccer Association ............................. www.newulmsoccer.org
                                                                                                                  Sharon Illikman ..............................................................................507-354-3145
New Ulm Actors Community Theater
Judy Sellner ..................................................................................507-354-6777       New Ulm Youth Tackle Football (Grades 5 & 6)
                                                                                                                  Ron Bunkers ..................................................................................507-354-5459
New Ulm Area Gymnastics Academy                                                                                   Pete Guggisberg..............................................................................507-354-4605
Cheryl MacFarlane ........................................................................507-354-1168
                                                                                                                  New Ulm Youth Wrestling Association
New Ulm Baseball Association                                                                                      Michael Howk ................................................................................507-359-4695
Bob Reinhart ......................................................................(home) 507-354-5671
............................................................................................(work) 507-354-5813   Southern Minnesota Wrestling Club .....................................www.smwclub.com
Bob Weber.......................................................................................507-359-9117      Julie Kurth, President .....................................................................507-354-1887
New Ulm Basketball Association                                                                                    Putting Green.....................................................................www.puttinggreen.org
Josh Landsteiner ..........................................................................507-354-1857           ........................................................................................................507-354-7888
New Ulm Figure Skating Club .....................................................www.nufsc.org                    Young Americans Schools of Self Defense & Cheer America
Kevin Christensen, President..........................................................507-766-0208                Jeff Woods ....................................................................................952-997-7732
Rhonda Sorensen, Private Lessons.................................................612-384-2740
Julie VanAmber, Group Lessons ....................................................612-702-5699                    Sioux Valley Gun Club - 21st North Street ..................................507-359-2070
Jenny Gieseke, Competition ...........................................................507-233-4924                Eldon Vath ...................................................................................507-354-4728
                                                                                                                  Summer youth and adult league trap and skeet shooting available.
New Ulm Girls Fastpitch Softball Assoc.                                                                           Gun safety certificate required.
..............................www.newulmgirlsfastpitch.com or timlo@bolton-menk.com
Tim Loose .....................................................................................507-380-9344       Turner Hall Gymnastics.......................................................(gym) 507-354-1872



                                                                                                                                                 NEW ULM SWIM CLUB
                                                                                                                                                         AT VOGEL ARENA POOL
                                                                                                                                                     FALL - WINTER SESSION for AGES 5-18
                                                                                                                                                                Start in October - Ends in February
                                                                                                                                                               Mondays thru Thursdays 3:30-5:00pm
                                                                                                                                                                     All Skill Levels are Welcome

                                                                                                                                         For More Information:
                                                                                                                      Chris Iles - 359-9351                 Doreen Schmitt - 359-4149
                                                                                                                      tciles@newulmtel.net                  sei@newulmtel.net
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                                  Thank you to our sponsors and donors….
For their financial support to enhance City                   Heart of New Ulm                         New Ulm Police Department
facilities and program offerings and who serve as         Hermann Monument Society                           New Ulm Rotary
volunteers to make our facilities and programs                  Isla Hoffman                              Original German Band
successful                                                         Hy-Vee                              Origo, Inc. – Bruce Hippert
                                                          J&R Schugel Trucking, Inc.               Park and Recreation Commissioners
                    3M                                      Keynotes & The Larsons
       Hobart & Charlotte Anderson                                                                    Peter & Paul Wendinger Band
                                                              Michelle Kamenov                                 Mike Richter
 Anonymous Donor and Herbie the Hedgehog                             Kraft
    August Schell Brewery & Employees                                                                          Jim Scheman
                                                                Dean Laraway
           BCI Burke Company                                                                                Schell’s Hobo Band
                                                                  Jim Liebl
           Duean & Cleo Bohne                                                                         Sentencing to Service Program
                                                    Larry Mages & The Mages Family Band
           Boy Scout Troop #25                                                                 Sioux Trails Chapter of the MN Deer Hunters
                                                    Martin Luther College – Anchor Group
           Molly and Sonny Boy                             MN Valley Action Council                             Association
      Century 21 Realty – Jeff Dittrich              MN Department of Natural Resources             Sleepy Eye Area Concertina Club
             Cletus Goblirsch                              New Ulm Area Foundation                            Special dancers
       Senator Dennis Frederickson                         New Ulm Fire Department                   State Farm – Bob Webb Agency
               Denis Warta                                  New Ulm Jaycees Club                           The Concord Singers
             George Glotzbach                        New Ulm Medical Center/Foundation                    The Ken and Ken Show
    Healthy Communities/Healthy Youth                       New Ulm Optimist Club                           Zent’s Music Studio



             SMWC Youth Athlete Development Program
                                                               Age Appropriate Sessions for Grades K-1 and 2-3
                                                                              All Boys and Girls Are Welcomed
                                                                                        No Experience Needed
                                                        Having Fun Developing the
                                                    Important Skills for Success in Sports:
                                                                    -Balance
                                                                    -Rhythm
                                                                   -Tumbling
                                                                 -Body Control
                                                         Which are the Foundation of:
                                                                    -Speed
                                                                   -Strength
                                                                    -Agility
                                                                 -Coordination
                                                      At the core of every great athlete,
                                                            is the love of activity.                      507-382-0490
                                                                                                      For Program Information
                                                           Experience...                                Visit Our Website at:
                                                                 the Difference                      www.smwclub.com

								
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