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Onalaska Park & Rec Department Fall/Winter Brochure 2011-2012 Onalaska City Hall Office: 608.781.9560 Park & Rec Department Park & Rec Department Fax: 608.781.9563 415 Main St. Cancellation Hotline: 608.791.0833 Onalaska WI 54650 Onalaska City Hall Onalaska, WI 54650 415 Main Street Email: Office Hours: email@example.com Monday - Friday Website: 8am - 5pm www.cityofonalaska.com 2 15 WELCOME Welcome to the Onalaska Park & PARK SHELTERS Recreation Department’s Fall/Winter Activity Guide: Recreation and leisure activities have become an increasingly important part of a healthy life- City of Onalaska style. The Onalaska Park & Recreation Depart- Park and Recreation ment invites you to look over our fall/winter Glen Fox Shelter Rowe Shelter 1 Department brochure to find an activity that fits your needs. SHELTER RATES 415 Main Street Our department is continually striving to im- Onalaska, WI 54650 prove the quality of our programs. We have expanded our offerings to provide opportuni- Building Capacity Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Office Hours: Monday-Friday ties for all ages and abilities. Check out our pro- Rowe Park 8am-5pm grams, athletics, and upcoming special events. Shelter #1 100 N/C $25.00 $50.00 $75.00 Office: 608-781-9560 If you have any questions or concerns, please Shelter #2 90 N/C $25.00 $50.00 $75.00 Hotline: 608-791-0833 feel free to contact the office. Your input is al- Community Park Fax: 608-781-9563 ways welcome. Park Shelter 75 N/C $25.00 $50.00 $75.00 www.cityofonalaska.com Lions Shelter 75 N/C $25.00 $50.00 $75.00 Glenn Fox Park Meet the Staff Park Shelter 75 N/C $25.00 $50.00 $75.00 MEMBERS OF… Van Riper Park Dan Wick Shelter #1 75 N/C $25.00 $75.00 $100.00 Park & Recreation Director Shelter #2 75 N/C $25.00 $50.00 $75.00 Kraig Koelbl Community Center Recreation Supervisor 1/2 day (4 hours) 100 N/C $25.00 $75.00 $100.00 Maggie Ask Full Day 100 N/C $50.00 $125.00 $175.00 Recreation Coordinator Wisconsin Parks & National Recreation Baseball Fields Recreation Association & Parks Association Community Park N/C $25/each $50/each $75/each Mark Hanson Van Riper Park N/C $25/each $50/each $75/each Parks Supervisor With Lights Scott Bahr Community Park N/C $20/each $75/each $150/each Park Maintenance David Lein Become a fan now!!! Follow us on facebook Park Maintenance for the latest program and event updates!!! Onalaska Park and Recreation Onalaska Park and Recreation Michelle Manske Search for us: Onalaska Park and Rec Concessions Manager Park Board MISSION STATEMENT Erik Sjolander, Ald. The City of Onalaska, Park and Recreation Department is committed to enhancing the Rowe Shelter 2 Lions Shelter Doug Hauser quality of life for the citizens of Onalaska Andrea Benco Rental fees are non-refundable through promotional development, Mitch Moths Sue Peterson maintenance of public recreation through en- and are subject to change. Make richment opportunities, parklands, related facili- Andrea Vogler ties and the preservation of natural areas. reservations online at Brian Udermann www.cityofonalaska.com 14 3 RENTAL INFORMATION Table of Contents PARK SHELTERS TABLE OF CONTENTS / REGISTRATION Rowe Park Shelters 1 & 2; Glenn Fox Shelter; Community Park Shelter; Lions Shelter; Van Riper Shelters 1 & 2, and Community Center are available to rent for meetings, parties, and group functions. The shelters in the park system are on first come first General Information………………………………………………..4 serve basis. Shelters may be rented from 8:00 am to 11:00 pm from May to Septem- Youth Programs…………………………………………………5 - 6 ber. To rent a shelter, full payment to Park and Rec is due at the time of booking to secure your date. We do not take reservations over the phone; however, if you are Family Programs……………………………………………………7 interested in a date or shelter, call 781-9560 to check on availability. All shelter rent- Winter Programs/Events…………………………………………...8 als are non-refundable and can only be reserved up to one year in advance. All shel- In-House Basketball………………………………………………...9 ters require a key pick up the last weekday before your event as we are not open on the weekends. A $50 deposit check is due at time of key pick up, cash or check. Traveling Basketball……………………………………………….10 Adult Programs…………………………………………………….11 Older Adult Programs……………………………………………...12 Spring Programs/Sponsors………………………………………...13 Park Shelter Information………………………………………..14-15 E-Z Ways to Register Community Park Shelter Onalaska Community Center ONLINE GROUP CLASSIFICATION Visit our online registration site at www.cityofonalaska.com, under Park & Rec- Group One—Directly affiliated with City of Onalaska reation and Program Registration. You’ll see a tab that says, “Request Ac- Those groups, committees, or organizations directly affiliated with the City of Onalaska or count.” Follow the steps to register yourself and family members. Your request operating for the benefit of the City of Onalaska, such as Onalaska Enhancement Founda- will be sent to the Park & Rec office, which has to be approved and may take up tion. The Onalaska School district and the Onalaska parochial school systems are also to 24 hrs. Once approved , you will get an e-mail confirmation letting you know included in this category. you’re ready to register. Click on View Activities to search for programs. There is Group Two—Service, Civic, Charitable, & Educational Groups/Organizations with a small convenience fee to register online that is non-refundable. tax-exempt status. This group consists of service groups, civic groups, charitable organizations, and educa- Payment Type: Credit Card Only tional institutions oriented to Onalaska community service with tax-exempt status. The Register: http://activenet15.active.com/onalaskaparkrec/?redir=1 following groups are illustrative: Rotary, Lions, Jaycees, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, 4-H Groups and etc. WALK IN Group Three—City Residents not affiliated with the City of Onalaska You may register for any program in person at the Onalaska City Hall, Park and This group consists of non-civic, private, religious, and commercial groups that are located Rec office. Office hours are 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday. within the City of Onalaska. $50.00 deposit required when you pick up the key. Onalaska Park and Recreation Onalaska Park and Recreation Payment Type: Cash or Check Only Group Four—Non-Resident This group consists of non-civic, private, religious, and commercial groups that are located outside the City of Onalaska. $50.00 deposit required when you pick up the key. 5th Annual Food Drive Help the Park & Rec by donating non-perishable food items to our office by Thursday, October 13th! All food will go to the Onalaska Food Pantry! Help us make a generous donation! Van Riper Shelter 1 Van Riper Shelter 2 4 Non Resident Policy: 13 GENERAL INFORMATION A resident for registration purposes, is anyone who lives Spring Individual Hitting Instruction (9 - 14 year olds) SPRING PROGRAMS within the corporate boundaries of the City of Onalaska. Due to the fact that the boundaries of The Park and Recreation Department will once again be working with Jeremey Kendall, of the City and School District are different, any person residing outside the City boundaries will be MVP Sports, to provide individual baseball hitting instructions. Jeremey is a former minor considered a non-resident and will be assessed a fee accordingly. league baseball player for the Philadelphia Phillies and has been a youth baseball coach for Insurance: The Park and Rec does not provide accident or hospital insurance for individ- many years. He uses a progressive technique that starts with muscle memory by hitting off a tee with a progression into hitting a pitched ball. There will be 2 sessions of classes. Each uals participating in sponsored activities. It is recommended that all participants obtain or re- session is held on three consecutive Wednesday evenings. Each class is 25 minutes long. view their personal insurance policies (medical, accident and liability.) Classes in each session are at: 6pm, 6:30pm, 7pm, 7:30pm, 8pm or 8:30pm. Please sign up Refund Policy: Refunds will be granted if requests are made seven (7) days prior to for only one class per session. Only 2 participants come at a time. the scheduled start of the activity. After an activity has started, refunds will be granted only for Session 1 Days: Wednesdays—March 14, 21 and 28 medical or unavoidable circumstances. There will be a $5.00 service charge for processing all Session 2 Days: Wednesdays—April 4, 11 and 18 refunds. Location: Onalaska High School Mezzanine Say Cheese: For program promotional purposes, photographs may be taken of partici- Fee: $45.00 pants. If you do not wish to have your photo taken, please tell the photographer. Spring Soccer Programs Cancellation Information: Cancellation announcements will be placed on the The Park and Recreation Department will be offering youth soccer programs during the city website, our Facebook page, and our hotline 791-0833 approximately one (1) hour prior to spring of 2012. Soccer programs offered will include a boys and girls kindergarten program, the start of a program. In the event severe weather develops immediately prior to the pro- in-house leagues for boys and girls in 1st—4th grades, and traveling teams for boys and girls gram, the supervisor will make the determination to cancel. The department recognizes that in 4th - 6th grade (9—12 year olds) . The 1st-4th grade in-house teams will play in a league severe weather situations vary, therefore parents are encouraged to use their own discretion consisting of West Salem, Holmen, La Crescent and Bangor. The 4th-6th grade traveling with sending children to programs. If the schools close early and the program is held at the teams will play in the Southwest District League consisting of teams from La Crosse, Tomah, school ,the program will be cancelled as well. Holmen, West Salem, Melrose, Sparta, Caledonia , etc. Age Requirements: For all programs, an age requirement is specified. Please do Registration will being in mid-January. Traveling team registration will end Feb. 6. The kin- dergarten and in-house registration will end early March. A complete flyer of program days, not request to have your child put in a class in which he/she does not belong. All age require- times and fees will be available in January. The flyer will be distributed through the schools ments are set to benefit the children, make instruction more consistent for the leader, and for and be available online at www.cityofonalaska.com in the park and recreation section. safety reasons. You Snooze….You Lose: Nothing kills a program quicker than waiting until the Baseball and Softball Traveling Team Tryouts last minute to sign up. If there are not enough participants by the given deadline, it will be The Park and Recreation Department will be holding baseball and softball traveling team cancelled. In the event a program is cancelled by the Park & Rec, each participant will receive a tryouts for next summer in April 2012. Tryouts will be held for those players age 9-14. Defi- full refund. nite dates will be available in January /February of 2012. Typo, We Goofed: Occasionally there may be an error with information in the Activi- ty Guide. If so, the staff will do everything possible to correct the situation promptly. Thank you for your patience should these situations arise. Thank you to our Sponsors: Program Evaluations: Program evaluation forms are available online at Games People Play Premier Catering Cold Stone Creamery www.cityofonalaska.com for any youth or adult activities. We welcome and appreciate any Design Photography Wisconsin Insurance Center Topper’s Pizza feedback you are willing to provide. Festival Foods Onalaska Booster Clubs Coulee Golf Bowl Buffalo Wild Wings Becker Tax & Bookkeeping La Crosse Loggers Lost & Found Items: Items left behind from an activity at a school will be found in Kwik Trip La Crosse Athletics Brenengen Auto Group Onalaska Park and Recreation the school’s lost and found. Items left at a Park and Rec facility, for example ball field, will be Harter’s Quick Clean-Up Altra Federal Credit Union Onalaska Area Boy Scouts Onalaska Park and Recreation brought back to our office and kept through the season. Pepsi-Cola of La Crosse American Legion Corporate Express Hilltopper Refuse and Recycling Gundersen Lutheran Dahl Automotive Returned Checks Policy: A $30.00 service charge will be assessed on all checks Oak Forest Dental Dental Clinic of Onalaska Franciscan Skemp Ona Clinic returned due to insufficient funds. Once a NSF check occurs, all future registrations must be McDonalds Dairy Queen Outback Steakhouse cash only. Quality Sign of 2nd Ave. Nutbush City Limits Blue Moon State Farm Insurance Marx Remodel Kish & Sons Electric Non-Discrimination Policy: The Park and Rec does not discriminate on the Beltone Hearing Care Center Paul’s Heating Air Conditioning Quality Builders basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or physical statues in employment or pro- Coulee Bank Seven Bridges ReMax First Choice vision of service. Onalaska Firefighters Assoc. Lindy’s Subs Onalaska Lion’s Club Recreation Scholarship Program: The Park and Rec has a scholarship The Big E Diggity Dog Daycare Vinspired Photography Three Rivers Chiropractic Culver’s U BAKE program set in place for City residents only. Stop by the office for the paperwork, which needs Brewer Investment Group Cowgill Dental Quizno’s Subs to be turned into the Park and Rec Director prior to registering for an activity. Please allow a Fazoli’s Holiday Inn Express Bronston Chiropractic Clinic few days for processing. State Bank Financial First Lutheran Church Onalaska Business Association Onalaska Police Assoc. Schumacher-Kish La Crosse Sign Co. 12 5 Mah Jongg Cupcake Craze YOUTH PROGRAMS Have you always wondered how to play Mah Jongg but have never had a way to learn? Come decorate all different types of cupcakes with us! You’ll learn how to use decorating OLDER ADULT PROGRAMS Well here’s your chance! An expert player will teach the group and show anyone interest- utensils and see what the new trends are. You don’t have to bring anything, all supplies ed just how much fun it is to play! To register, call Trish at 783-8314. Beginner to advanced provided! Of course you’ll be able to have a taste after all the hard work is done! *When players welcome. Bring your own game if you have one, extras are always needed! registering make note of any food allergies or dietary restrictions. Sponsored by U BAKE Date: Wednesday afternoons, except 3rd Time: 1-3:30pm Date: Thursday, October 27th (Non school day) Time: 6-7:15pm Location: Community Center Fee: $2/time, pay on site Age: 5 & older Fee: $5R/$8N Location: Onalaska Community Center Min/Max: 5/12 Bunco League Interested in joining our bunco league or being a sub? Call 781-9560 to get your name on Kritter Klub the list. Come meet new people while playing this easy dice game in a fun environment. 4 Kritter Klub programs will be offered. Each program will offer a different theme, craft, Days: 3rd Wednesday of every month Fee: $1/time, pay on site information, and take home goodie. Sign up for all 4 and get a deal! The Humane Society Time: 1-3pm Location: Community Center staff will lead the programs, with some visits from your furry friends. Class 1: Gifts and Giving – November 10th Bridge Group Class 2: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words – January 12th Beginners to advanced players welcome. To register, contact Roger at 526-6054. All mate- Class 3: Red Carpet Ready – February 9th rials provided. Held at Community Center. Class 4: Love on 4 Paws – March 8th Days: Every Thursday of the month Time: 12:30-3:30pm Fee: $5/class or $15/all four Location: Onalaska Community Center Time: 6-7:30pm Ages: 7-12 Max: 6 participants Free Senior Exercise Program The Onalaska Park and Rec has teamed up with the La Crosse County Aging Unit to spon- Theme Day sor an exercise class. The class is specifically designed for seniors. The class is FREE with Warm Woolen Mittens is Jan Brett story time, crafts and snacks. You can take all of your your meal at the Onalaska Nutrition Site. crafts home with you! Materials provided. * Please note any food allergies. Days: Every Thursday Time: 10:45-11:15am Date: Thursday, December 1st Fee: $7R/$10NR Location: Community Center To Register: Call 789-7829 Time: 5:30-7pm Ages: 3-8 Location: Onalaska Community Center Min/Max: 5/20 Theater Shows / Day Trips “Don’t Hug Me, I’m Pregnant” at Jon Hassler Theater in Plainview, MN Parent-Tot Basketball Start Smart basketball teachers children ages 3-4 the basic motor skills necessary to play orga- Thursday, October 27th, $50 fee, 9:30am-5:30pm nized basketball while they work one-on-one and spend quality time with their parents. The “Everybody Loves Opal” at Old Log Theater in Excelsior, MN program focuses on dribbling/ball handling, passing/catching, shooting, and running/agility without the threat of competition or the fear of getting hurt. *Parent required to attend! Friday, November 4th, $62 fee, 7:30am-7:15pm Day: Mondays, 5:30-6:15pm Fee: $12R / $20NR “Parfumerie” at Commonweal Theater in Lanesboro, MN Location: Irving Pertzsch Gym (door C) Min/Max: 10/16 Saturday, December 3rd, $52 fee, 9:30am-5pm Dates: Nov. 21 - Dec. 19 Age: 3-4 years old “Christmas on the Farm” the Clauson Family Music Show in Coloma, WI Parent-Tot Soccer Friday, December 9th, $55 fee, 8:30am-7pm Onalaska Park and Recreation Smart Start soccer is a developmentally appropriate introductory soccer program for ages 3- Onalaska Park and Recreation Church Ladies “In A Mighty Fortress” at Plymouth Playhouse in Plymouth, MN 4. It prepares children for organized soccer without the threat of competition or the fear of getting hurt. Age appropriate soccer equipment is used to teach kicking, dribbling, trapping, Thursday, February 23rd, $57 fee, 8am-7pm throw ins and agility. *Parent required to attend. “9-5 The Musical” at Fireside Dinner Theater in Fort Atkinson, WI Day: Mondays, 5:30-6:15pm Fee: $12R / $20NR Thursday, March 8th, $88 fee, 7am-7:15pm Location: Irving Pertzsch Gym (door C) Min/Max: 10/16 Dates: Feb. 13 - Mar. 26 (Off: Mar. 5) Ages: 3-4 years For all theater day trips, the fee includes the coach bus ride, meal and show. No old phone registration allowed, must stop down to Park & Rec office. Cash or check only! Intro To Archery The class will include 4 weeks of instruction and shooting with rental equipment. All 55+ programs and bus trip pick ups are at the Onalaska Dates: Mondays, Nov. 28th - Dec. 19th Ages: 7-16 Time: 4-5pm Community Center, corner of 6th & Quincy St. Fee: $28 Min/Max: 8/12 6 11 Youth Open Gym - Basketball Hatha Yoga ADULT PROGRAMS YOUTH PROGRAMS Come as an individual or team to work on your skills. There are plenty of hoops, but play- Night Advanced: Tuesdays & Thursdays, Nov. 8th - Jan. 10th, 6:30-7:30pm ers must bring their own ball. Parents are encouraged to be on the court with their child. YOUTH PROGRAMS Morning: Advanced: Wednesdays & Fridays, Nov. 9th - Jan. 11th, 7:45-8:45am Please be respectful of all participants in the gym area. Location: First Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall Fee: $30R/$45NR Days: Wednesdays Fee: $1/time Time: 6:15-8:15pm Instructor: Holly Grace Age: Youth-High School Location: Onalaska High School Gym Notes: Must provide own yoga mat, wear non-restrictive clothing, and bring water. No Dates: Nov. 2nd-Feb. 29th *No open gym on: Nov. 23 and Dec. 28 beginners, advanced only! *Dates subject to change due to facility availability. Youth Open Gym - Baseball and Softball Ballroom Dancing This is an opportunity to play catch or practice pitching/catching prior to the season. Soft For adults 18+. Register each person of the couple. These are introductory lessons and no indoor baseballs/softballs must be used and will be provided on site. Bring your own previous experience is necessary. 6 new dances in 6 weeks. Dances usually include: gloves or other equipment. Please be respectful of all participants in the gym area. Swing, Hustle, Rumba, Cha Cha, Salsa, and Waltz. Max of 10 couples. Instructors Daryl and Barbara Olson. Days: Wednesdays Fee: $1/time Time: 6:15-8:15pm Age: Youth-High School Location: Onalaska High School Gym Dates: Nov. 2 - Dec. 14 (Off: Nov. 23) Days: Wednesday Time: 6-7pm Dates: March 7th - April 18th Fee: $15/person Location: Irving Pertzsch Gym (enter through door C) Paintball Challenge Zumba This event will have each city (Holmen, West Salem and Onalaska) form an 8-10 member Zumba fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy to follow dance moves to create a one-of-a- team to compete against the neighboring communities in a variety of games and con- kind fitness program that will blow you away. It is based on the principle that a work out tests. Points will be awarded throughout the afternoon and the team with the highest should be fun and easy to do! It’s a “feel happy” work out! You don’t want to miss out!!! point total will be crowned champion and receive a champions t-shirt. Fee includes air Days/Dates: Mondays & Wednesdays, November 7th - December 14th gun, mask, goggles, first 200 balls, and awards. Arrows in the Square paintball waiver must be Time: 5:30-6:30pm Min/Max: 10/25 Instructor: Anne Formanek signed and turned into paintball staff day of event in order to participate. Fee: $35R/$40NR (both days), $25R/$30NR (only one day, you pick) Date: Sunday, October 9th Fee: $20 Time: 1-4pm Location: Community Center (6th & Quincy St.) Location: Arrows in the Square (N7681 Caseberg Coulee Rd., Holmen) Ages: 11-18 Min/Max: 10 members per community Bunco & Wine Tasting Nights NEW Calling all BUNCO gals...please join us for a sensory explosion as we sample fabulous fine Bowling Fun Day wines, complimented with a selection of delicious gourmet meats, artisan cheeses and Come to Coulee Golf Bowl where we have the whole place reserved just for you and your savory breads. Learn how to use wine to compliment food that will represent the five friends. The fee includes 2 games of bowling, prizes, and lunch (hotdog, chips, and soda). taste sensations in the chic but relaxed setting at the Wine Guyz. Following wine tasting When registering please make note of your bowling partners; 4 to a lane, or we’ll assign will be a Bunco extravaganza until 9pm. you to a group. It’s an early dismissal day from school so it’s a perfect afternoon to go Date: Nov. 17 and Feb. 9th Time: 6-7pm (Wine) 7-9pm (Bunco) Max: 12 bowling with your friends! Sign up now! Site: Wine Guyz (122 King Street) Fee: $15 * Preregistration required! Onalaska Onalaska Park and Recreation Date: Thursday, Feb. 16th (Early Dismissal Day) Ages: 8-14 Fee: $15 Deadline: Monday, Feb. 6th Women’s Open Gym Volleyball Time: 1-3 pm Min/Max: 8/32 Open to adult women interested in playing recreational volleyball. Players divide up into Location: Coulee Golf Bowl (100 Greens Coulee Rd) teams and play games. Players must bring their own ball. Park and Recreation *No transportation provided* Onalaska Park and Recreation Day: Mondays (only on school days) Dates: Sept. 12th - end of school year Time: 7-9pm Location: Irving Pertzsch Gym Mt. La Crosse Trip NEW Fee: $1.00/night or $5.00 season * No pre-registration required, just show up!!! Join the West Salem and Onalaska Parks & Recreation Departments for a day of skiing or snowboarding at Mt. La Crosse. Participants can rent skiing or snowboarding equipment Results Health & Fitness Boot Camp NEW or bring their own. The day will also include a skills assessment lesson and a pizza lunch. Boot camps are the ultimate metabolic challenge! Participants need to bring water, com- 15 participant minimum! **Please note level of skiing/snowboarding experience on fortable clothes, athletic shoes, and a set of heavier dumbbells; if they have them. An registration form. individual nutrition plan will be included. Date: January 23rd (Non School Day) Site: Mt. La Crosse Dates: Wed & Fri for each 4 week session (8 total classes) Time: Bus will pick up at the Onalaska Community Center at 9am & will Session 1: Oct.17-Nov.11 Session 2: Nov.28-Dec.23 Session 3: Jan.9-Feb.3 return at approximately 3:30pm Session 4: Feb.13-March 9 Session 5: March 19-30 & April 9-20 Fee: $32 Lift Only, $37 Lift & Ski Rental, $46 Life & Snowboard Rental Site: Northwoods Martial Arts Studio Time: 6-6:45am or 8:30-9:15am Fee: $50 first session-1st week FREE!; $69 additional Ages: 18+ 10 7 Traveling Basketball Information - Grades 5 & 6: Family Scavenger Hunt NEW YOUTH/ADULT PROGRAMS TRAVELING BASKETBALL Tournament Traveling Teams — The teams will play some weeknight games Join in the fun for this brand new family scavenger hunt event. There will be a list of things to “hunt” for which will be emailed to participants during the week of October YOUTH PROGRAMS against other local schools and in 3-4 weekend tournaments. Games and practices 17th. Collect as many items from THE LIST as you can in a shoebox. Submit the shoebox vary in time but are usually held in early evening for an hour and a half. The week- and THE LIST between Oct. 24—Nov. 4 to the Park & Rec office. The three families who end tournaments are one day only (Saturday) and they play 3 – 4 games per tourna- collect the most items win a prize. Winners will be notified by Nov. 16. Be creative, ment. No overnight travel. The tournaments are usually within 90 min. Tourna- items on THE LIST can be bought, created or found unless the item is marked “picture”, ments may be held on any Saturday in December, January or February. Players “photo”, or “drawing” then include the real item. Substitutes are worth half a point. choosing to tryout for a tournament traveling team MUST attend all the initial prac- The items in the shoebox will not be returned, so please don’t put anything valuable in tices for their grade, listed below. the shoebox. Date entries received will be a determining factor if a tie. League Traveling Teams — The league traveling basketball will practice during Badger Hockey Game the week and play in local weeknight games against other schools. League traveling Join the West Salem and Onalaska Park & Rec Departments for a night of hockey as the players may play in one end of season weekend tournament. The number of teams University of Denver Pioneers take on the Wisconsin Badgers. This bus trip will leave the for the league traveling team will depend on the number of players registered. Community Center at 1:30pm with the game starting at 7:00pm. We should arrive in Boys in 5th and 6th grade can choose between trying out for a tournament traveling Madison around 4:30pm allowing families plenty of time to grab a bite to eat on their team or playing on a league traveling team. Players MUST attend initial practices for own before the puck drops. Tickets guarantee lower reserved seating. Please bring ex- their grade, listed below. tra money for souvenirs and dinner. Only 24 tickets will be available per department so sign up early! Registration cut off is Friday, Feb. 3rd Deadline to Register is Monday, November 7th by 5pm Date: Friday, February 17th (Non School Day) 5TH GRADE GIRLS - LEAGUE TEAM Times: Bus will leave Community Center at 1:30pm; bus will return at approx. 11:30pm Initial Practice Dates: November 14 & 15, 6:15-7:30pm at Onalaska Middle School Sites: Kohl Center, UW Madison Fee: $40 (Bring extra $ for souvenirs & food) Fee: $50R / $66NR Ages: All (16 & under must be accompanied by an adult) NEW 6TH GRADE GIRLS - LEAGUE TEAM The Throw in Rowe Initial Practice Dates: November 14 & 15, 6:15-7:30pm at Onalaska Middle School Show off your skills in this first annual disc golf tournament! Come socialize with family Fee: $50R / $66NR and friends while exercising during this fun day. Enter based on your experience and skill level. Never played before? Easy to learn and provides a lifetime of fun and exercise. 5TH GRADE BOYS - LEAGUE & TOURNAMENT TEAMS Bring your own discs or rent a disc. Initial Practice Dates: November 7 & 8, 6:15-7:30pm at Middle School Date: Saturday, November 12th Time: 9am Fee: Tournament - $75R /$100NR League - $50R /$66NR Location: Rowe Park Disc Golf Course (behind Onalaska High School) Fees: Advanced Men $15, Advanced Women $15, Novice $10, Juniors (12 & under) $5 6TH GRADE BOYS - LEAGUE & TOURNAMENT TEAMS * Day of registration begins at 8am and tee off will begin at 9am starting with advanced Initial Practice Dates: November 7 & 8, 7:30-8:45pm at Middle School men, followed by women, novice and juniors. Each person will paly 2 rounds of a 9-hole Onalaska Park and Recreation Fee: Tournament - $75R / $100NR League - $50R / $66NR course. The first 50 players that register whether pre-registration or day of, receive a free shirt. Prizes awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners in each division. 7TH & 8TH GRADE BOYS TOURNAMENT BASKETBALL Tournament traveling teams will be offered for boys in 7th & 8th grade after their Onalaska Greens Coulee Bluff Run NEW Onalaska Park and Recreation Onalaska Park and Recreation middle school season. Players interested need to register at the Park and Rec. The The Fleis Running Series presents the Greens Coulee Bluff Run, which is a run/walk event first practices will be held over the winter break during the week of Dec. 26th, or to spread health awareness by encouraging everyone to get out and start exercising. All the first week of January. Separate teams for the 7th & 8th graders will be formed. proceeds will go to benefit the John Fleis Youth Scholarship Fund which provides finan- Teams will play in 4-5 tournaments through the Great Northwest League on Satur- cial assistance to families in the Onalaska community to participate in the Park and Rec days in January and February. No overnight stay will be required. Practices will be programs. To view the 3.5 mile course, visit www.cityofonalaska.com. mostly 2 times a week, after 5pm. Date: Saturday, October 15th Time: 8am Location: Greens Coulee Park Ages: 10+ Park & Rec Fees: Tournament - $75R /$100NR Deadline: Monday, December 12th Fee: $10 pre-registration $15 race day $15 extra for long sleeve shirt PARENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO COACH! Proceeds benefit the - John Fleis Youth Scholarship Fund Participate. Educate. Recreate. 8 Sledding Hill / Ice Skating Rink Boy’s & Girl’s Little Dribblers (5 & 6 year olds) 9 IN-HOUSE BASKETBALL Ice Rink: Community Park (Quincy St.). Rink does not have lights or a warming shelter. This program is an introduction to basketball. The basic fundamentals, such as dribbling, WINTER PROGRAMS Sledding Hill: Van Riper Park (Riders Club Road, next to Aquatic Center). The sledding passing and shooting will be emphasized, along with some fun activities that incorporate hill does have lights, restrooms, and a warming shelter with concessions, but they are the game’s skills. Lower baskets are used. Parent volunteer coaches needed! only available during open hours listed below. Bring your own equipment. Skate and Days: Saturdays, 11:30am -12:30pm Dates: Jan. 7th - Feb. 18th sled at your own risk; there is no supervision. * Please Note: During warming shelter Location: Onalaska Middle School Gym Fee: $14R / $24NR open hours, if no one has been on the hill within the first 2 hours of the shift, we will close the hill down, meaning no lights or restrooms available. Girl’s Junior Basketball (1st & 2nd Grade) Warming Shelter Hours The program will focus on developing basic fundamentals such as passing, shooting and dribbling and having fun by playing games. Players will practice all together for 2-3 practic- Friday: 4-8pm Saturday: 12-8pm Sunday: 12-6pm es and then be placed on a team and given a practice and game schedule. Private Party Room Rentals: You're allowed to exclusively rent out the warming shel- Days: Tuesdays & Saturdays Dates: Nov. 29th - Feb. 18th Fee: $20R / $30NR ter while your party is sledding at the hill in 2-hour increments, before we open to the Time: Tuesdays 6:15 - 7:15pm, Saturdays 10:15 -11:15am public. No carry-ins allowed, except for birthday cake/birthday dessert. The concession Location: Onalaska Middle School Gym stand will be open. Girl’s Senior Basketball (3rd & 4th Grade) Party Room Hours (Rentals): Sat & Sun 10am-12pm Party Room Rate: $25/2 hours The program will focus on developing basic fundamentals such as passing, shooting and dribbling, team play and game strategy. Players will practice all together for 2-3 practices Coloring & Desserts with Your Police & Fire Chief and then be placed on a team and given a practice and game schedule. Participants may Come join your local Park & Rec, Police and Fire departments for a night of coloring and play in the La Crosse Rec Fest Tournament end of January. New this year participants may decorating desserts. Check out the fire trucks, squad cards, and other emergency equip- play games against West Salem Park & Rec and the Boys & Girls Club programs. ment. Don’t forget to bring your camera! Registration required, just call with your name so we have a number for desserts, 781-9560. * Sponsored by U BAKE * Days: Tuesdays & Saturdays Dates: Nov. 29th - Feb. 18th Fee: $25R / $33NR Time: Tuesdays 7:15 - 8:15pm, Saturdays 9:00 - 10:00am Date: Thursday, Nov. 17th Fee: FREE Location: Onalaska Middle School Gym Location: City Hall, Fire Department Ages: ALL Deadline: Nov. 10th Time: 6-7pm Boy’s Rookie Basketball (1st & 2nd Grade) Min/Max: 50 The players will remain with their grade for 2-3 practices. Players will then be placed on a team and given a practice and game schedule. Teams will be mixed with first and second Letters to the North Pole graders. Once players are in their teams, they will practice or play games on Tuesdays at If you’ve been a good boy or girl this year, write Santa a letter telling him all the good 5:30pm or 6:30pm and on Saturdays at 9:00am or 10:00am. things you’ve done. Drop off your letter to Santa’s mini mailbox at the Post Office or Days: Tuesdays & Saturdays Dates: Nov. 29th - Feb. 18th Fee: $20R / $30NR to Santa’s big red mailbox outside of City Hall. Make sure you include a return address 1st Graders: Tuesday (11/29) 5:30-6:30pm, Saturday (12/3) 9:00-10:00am so Santa can find you!!! 2nd Graders: Tuesday (11/29) 6:30-7:30pm, Saturday (12/3) 10:00-11:00am Dates to drop-off: Nov. 14th - Dec. 9th Ages: All Cost: FREE Location: Eagle Bluff Gym Holiday Decorating Contest Boy’s Junior Basketball (3rd & 4th Grade) This year will be the 10th Annual Holiday Home/Business Decorating Contest. Decorate The players will remain all together for 2-3 practices. Players will then be placed on a team Onalaska Park and Recreation and given a practice and game schedule. Teams will be mixed with third and fourth grad- Onalaska Park and Recreation your house for the holidays and be recognized for having the best display in town. One home winner will be chosen from each district, along with the Best Decorated ers. Once players are in their teams, they will practice or play games on Thursdays at Business in town. The winners will be treated to an “in-town vacation” announced on 5:30pm or 6:30pm and on Saturdays at 10:00am, 11:00am, 12:00pm or 1:00pm. There may be some games scheduled against teams from other communities and teams may play in the Thursday, December 15th, at 4:30pm at City Hall. You will receive a call if you won. The La Crosse Rec Fest Tournament towards end of January. Judges will be out December 5th-9th. To nominate a household, call the Park and Rec office and leave the address (781-9560). Days: Thursdays & Saturdays Dates: Dec. 1st - Feb. 18th Fee: $25R / $33NR All 3rd & 4th Graders: Thursday (12/1) 6:30-7:30pm, Saturday (12/3) 11:00am-12:00pm Location: Eagle Bluff Gym Start decorating and show Deadline: Monday, November 28th by 5pm everyone your holiday spirit! PARENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR ALL PROGRAMS!!!
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