Special Summer 2020 Parks and Recreation Activities Brochure

SHAKOPEE PARKS & RECREATION ACTIVITIES BROCHURE

PARKS AND RECREATION

SPECIAL SUMMER 2020

Fall into summer fun with virtual and in-person programs for preschoolers, youth and adults SUMMER EXPLORATION INFO INSIDE

PROGRAM REGISTRATION OPENS JUNE 16

ABOUT US

CONTACT US DIRECTOR Jay Tobin ........................... 952-233-9514 .................. jtobin@ShakopeeMN.gov MEMBERSHIPS & RECREATION SCHEDULING Barb Potthier .................... 952-233-9505 ........... bpotthier@ShakopeeMN.gov RECREATION FACILITIES MANAGER Troy Ciernia ....................... 952-233-9530 ................. tciernia@ShakopeeMN.gov RECREATION PROGRAMMING MANAGER Sherry Dvorak .................. 952-233-9509 ............... sdvorak@ShakopeeMN.gov AQUATICS Katelyn Nadeau ............... 952-233-9508 .............. knadeau@ShakopeeMN.gov CHILD CARE, BIRTHDAY PARTIES Courtney Satterthwaite .. 952-233-9518 ... csatterthwaite@ShakopeeMN.gov FITNESS, PERSONAL TRAINING Kelsey Theis ..................... 952-233-9515 .................. ktheis@ShakopeeMN.gov PRESCHOOL, YOUTH & SPECIAL EVENT PROGRAMMING Mark Schneider ................. 952-233-9511 ........ mschneider@ShakopeeMN.gov ACTIVE OLDER ADULT PROGRAMMING Mary Feltmann ................. 952-233-9507 ......... mfeltmann@ShakopeeMN.gov COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR Carla Kress .......................... 952-233-9516 .................... ckress@ShakopeeMN.gov GUEST SERVICES Betsey Graber .................. 952-233-9517 ............... bgraber@ShakopeeMN.gov GUEST SERVICES, ENIGMA TEEN CENTER Amber Cunningham ...... 952-233-9506 .... acunningham@ShakopeeMN.gov FACILITY OPERATIONS Terry Link ............................ 952-233-9506 ...................... tlink@ShakopeeMN.gov COMMUNITY CENTER 1255 Fuller St. S. - Shakopee, MN 55379 Phone ......................................................................................................... 952-233-9500 TTY .............................................................................................................. 952-496-4122 Fax ................................................................................................................ 952-233-3831 Recreation Hotline ................................................................................. 952-233-9502 Email ..................................................................................... parks@ShakopeeMN.gov Website ............................................ www.ShakopeeMN.gov/parksandrecreation

Park and Recreation Advisory Board Members

John Engler | Christopher Kaye John Otto | Erik Radtke | Erin Raw William Skar | Mike Vogel

The Park & Recreation Advisory Board makes recommendations to the City Council on policies, programs and development actions related to park and recreation services. The Board is composed of seven members who serve staggered three-year terms. The Board meets at 7 p.m. the second Monday of each month at city hall.

RECREATION HOTLINE: 952-233-9502

On days of inclement weather, the message will be updated 30 minutes prior to the start of the program.

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INCLUSION POLICY & PROCESS The City of Shakopee is dedicated to providing: • Opportunities for everyone to be a valued

ABOUT US

PHOTO/VIDEO POLICY Periodically, we take pictures or video participants in various Parks and Recreation Department programs, special events or people enjoying the parks. Note: These photos may appear in any city publication, third-party media outlet or in promotional and marketing materials. Participation in or attendance at programs or events sponsored by the city constitutes voluntary consent. More information is available at www.ShakopeeMN.gov/communications. DATA PRIVACY & LIABILITY WAIVER The Data Privacy Act requires we inform you of your rights about the private data we are requesting on our forms. Private data is available to you but not to the public. The information you provide will be made available to city staff persons in the Parks and Recreation Department, other program participants, the city’s insurer and attorney, and to the coach, supervisor or instructor of the activity, who may be a city employee or volunteer. You can withhold this data, but we may not be able to complete your registration and/or you may not receive updated program information. As lawful consideration for being permitted to participate in the City of Shakopee Parks and Recreation Department program listed above, I agree that the City of Shakopee, School District #720, and/or City Affiliated Athletic Associations shall be held harmless and exempt from liability for any injury or disability which I or the participant of the program listed above might incur as the result of participation in the program, due to the passive or active negligence of the City, School, Association, its agents, employees, elected officials, or volunteers. This release of liability of the City of Shakopee, School District #720, and/ or City Affiliated Athletic Associations does not include any injuries that I or the participant of the program incur as the result of willful, wanton or intentional misconduct by the City of Shakopee, School District #720, and/or City Affiliated Athletic Associations, its agents, employees, elected officials or volunteers. This agreement is specifically binding upon my spouse, heirs and assigns and the spouses, heirs and assigns of the participant of the program.

customer and welcomed participant in programs, regardless of ability level. • Reasonable accommodations as needed. When registering for a program, please indicate the participant’s special need. Then, contact Carla Kress at 952-233-9516 three weeks prior to the start of the program to discuss strategies for inclusion and for staff to gather information about the participant. You may be asked to complete a confidential intake assessment in order for staff to gain appropriate information about the participant’s abilities. HOPE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM Financial aid for qualifying residents with financial limitations is available. For more information please contact the department at 952-233-9505, Monday–Friday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Applications are valid from Sept. 1-Aug. 30. Requests must be made one week before you plan to register. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES The Parks and Recreation Department is seeking volunteers to strengthen our community by: • Providing an opportunity for residents to contribute to city government • Facilitating active partnerships between city staff and community members to help further • Enriching city programs through volunteer involvement and participation • Helping citizens become more familiar with city programs, services and issues Volunteers opportunities include but are not limited to: Adopt-a-Park, annual community special events, Huber Park Performance and Event Series, inclusion aide, active older adults programs, Summer Beach Bash, summer youth programs and trips, teen center programs and more. Contact Carla Kress at 952-233-9516 for more information about volunteer opportunities.

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PROGRAM REGISTRATION E IS I

HOW TO REGISTER! 1. ONLINE @ WWW.SHAKOPEEMN.GOV/REGISTRATION The city offers online registration for programs and events. To register online,

you must have an online account for you and/or your family. FOR FIRST TIME USERS - Follow these quick and easy steps:

• Click the "Create a Household Account" button on the top right of this page. Please fill out all of the information. PLEASE USE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS AS YOUR USERNAME. Your password must contain a minimum of six characters, including a letter, symbol and number. • Once you have created your login and password, continue to enter your information as the main contact for your household account. The account main contact must be over the age of 18. Add additional members of your household. Make sure you add all of your family members so you can register them for our programs, too. • Once you have set up your account, you can continue with online registration.

Reminder: Please set up only one account for all members of your family. If you have a current Shakopee Community Center membership or have registered in person, you already have an account. Please call 952-233-9500 for login and password. This will avoid duplicate accounts.

Note: If applying for financial assistance, you must apply in person at Shakopee Parks and Recreation Department to complete the application. 2. IN-PERSON Registrations are accepted in person at the Community Center. 3. BY MAIL Print a registration form from www.ShakopeeMN.gov. Mail registration form and payment to: Shakopee Parks and Recreation Department

1255 Fuller Street S. Shakopee, MN 55379

REGISTRATION DEADLINES Registration deadlines are established for each class to help provide a positive experience for recreation program participants by ensuring appropriate staffing, supplies and facilities to meet the registration needs. Please refer to the program descriptions for each program’s registration deadline. If no registration deadline is listed, the deadline is seven days before the program begins. YOUTH ASSOCIATIONS SPECIAL REGISTRATION DATES Most youth athletic associations have specific dates for registration. Please check individual program information to ensure you register correctly. The Shakopee Community Center does not accept registrations for youth associations.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

PROGRAM REGISTRATION AB UT US

NON-RESIDENT FEE POLICY All participants living outside the city limits of Shakopee (Jackson Township, Louisville Township, ISD #720, and other surrounding communities) must pay a $10 non- resident fee for each program. This amount is per participant per class and must be paid when registering. Non-resident fees are not applicable to one day events, field trips, youth associations or adult athletic leagues. Jackson and Louisville Township resident registrations: The amount due will be listed based on your residency. The $10 will be paid by the township at the end of the year. If it is not correct, please call our office at 952-233-9500. FAQs I have a Shakopee address. Why am I not considered a resident? Even though your mailing address is Shakopee, you reside in a township or adjacent town. Your tax dollars are not directed to the municipality of Shakopee. School District boundaries and city boundaries are not the same. Why does a non-resident have to pay more than a resident? Residents within city limits have a portion of their tax dollars support city services. Slightly higher fees for non-residents are intended to keep the financial aspect fair.

How do I know I'm in?Will I receive confirmation? You can assume you are in the class you registered for unless you receive a call to the contrary. We will call you only if: • The class you chose has reached its registration limit and you were placed on the waiting list. • Your second choice was processed. • Your registration form is incomplete. Can I transfer to another class? We will make every effort to accommodate your request to transfer to another class; however, that may not always be possible. There is a $5 service fee charged on all class transfers that needs to be paid at the time of request. We appreciate your understanding when we are not able to accommodate cancellations, transfers or registrations after the registration deadlines. Do programs have a waiting list? Due to facility space and staff limitations, many classes have registration limits. When classes have reached their maximum registration, a wait list will be started. If an opening becomes available due to a cancellation, it will be offered to the first/next person on the waiting list until the opening is filled. Every effort will be made to create additional class sessions and you will be contacted if your registration is able to be accommodated. Once the class begins, if we have been unable to accommodate you, we will return any fee(s) paid. What is your refund policy? Registration fees for programs canceled by the Parks and Recreation Department receive a full refund. If you cancel your registration before the registration deadline, we will refund your registration fee, minus a $5 processing fee. No refunds will be given if a cancellation is requested after the registration deadline. What happens if I miss a class? Make-ups for individual missed classes will not be accommodated.

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PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS

LITTLE WILDLIFE EXPLORERS This program is a fun, low- barrier program

K.I.D.S. (KIDS IN DEVELOPMENTAL SPORTS) Learn the basic rules and fundamentals for different sports. Each week we’ll focus on a sport like track and field, soccer, T-ball in a fun, non-competitive environment. All kids get a T-shirt, too! Parents required to participate, too. Muenchow Fields, 1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code Mon July 13-Aug. 3 9-10 a.m. 3-6 $35 Resident $45 Non-Res PYKD 001

of the Natural Recreation and Park Association, designed to connect youth

to nature by encouraging

Green Meadows Park, 3100 Thrush St. Day Dates Time

exploration and increasing kids’ comfort with spending time in nature. This nature discovery program focuses on environmental likability, rather than environmental literacy. Participants will learn about a variety of topics including weather watching, animal sounds, creature habitats, rivers and streams, insects and much more! Participants should bring a water bottle, bug spray, and sunscreen each day and wear closed-toed shoes and clothing you won’t mind getting dirty. Memorial Park Shelter, 1801 County Highway 101 Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code MINI MOVERS DANCE CLASS Fun summer time moves are what the little ones will take away from this introductory dance class. We will explore movement through music, promote creativity and imagination. We will also be teaching the basic fundamentals and techniques of dance. This is a great way for kids to enhance their motor and social skills. No dance shoes required. Please wear comfy clothing and socks. Youth Building, 1099 Adams St. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code Wed July 8-Aug. 12 10-11:30 a.m. 3-6 $49 Resident $59 Non-Res WILD 1708 Registration deadline: Wednesday, June 24

Ages Cost

Code

Mon July 13-Aug. 3 1-2 p.m.

3-6 $35 Resident $45 Non-Res

PYKD 002

Hiawatha Park, 625 Seventh Ave E. Day Dates Time

Ages Cost

Code

5-6 p.m.

3-4 $35 Resident $45 Non-Res

PYKD 003

Wed July 15-Aug. 5

6:15-7:15 p.m.

5-6

PYKD 004

Registration deadline: Monday, June 29

LITTLE SLUGGERS CAMP This camp is an instructional program that focuses on the fundamental skills of baseball/softball, such as throwing, catching, hitting and base running. This camp will build kids' independence and confidence, while recognizing the importance of teamwork and cooperation. Bring your own glove; please bring a bat if you have one. Muenchow Field 2, 1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code BIG HITTERS This camp is an instructional program for kids that are just getting introduced to the sport of baseball or softball which will focus on the fundamental skills such as throwing, catching, hitting and base running. Bring your own glove; please bring a bat if you have one. Muenchow Field 2, 1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code Fri July 10-Aug. 14 9-10 a.m. 4 $32 Resident $42 Non-Res PYLS 2020 Registration deadline: Wednesday, July 1

4:15-5 p.m.

3-4 $45 Resident $55 Non-Res

PSD 341

Mon July 6-Aug. 10

5:15-6 p.m.

5-6

PSD 561

Registration deadline: Monday, June 29

Fri

July 10-Aug. 14 10:15-11:15 a.m.

5-6 $35 Resident $45 Non-Res YP 2020

Registration deadline: Wednesday, July 1

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NINJA SUPERHERO CAMP Get ready for a challenge! Hosted by Sports Unlimited, this exciting camp gives participants an opportunity to have fun testing their skills and abilities while going through various obstacles: Tunnel crawl, Cones weave, Noodles crawl, Mat rolls, Parachute run, Fitness ladders, Hula hoop jump and Hurdles. Different course set-up each day. Who will be Ninja Warrior of the day? These fun activities will help your child develop coordination and flexibility and is also beneficial for each child’s physical and mental development. The staff are trained to meet the special needs of young children. Youth to staff ratio is 8:1. Campers will receive a sportsmanship award. All equipment provided. Green Meadows Park, 3100 Thrush St. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code

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GO GYMNASTICS Go Gymnastics is a mobile gymnastics program for girls and boys that introduces children to physical activity by focusing on strength, flexibility, coordination, body awareness and self-confidence. Skills include forward and backward rolls, cartwheels, handstands, walking on beams and learning skills on bars. Please note, parents are not permitted in the room during the Minis and Littles classes. MINIS Community Center, 1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code

Mon-Thurs Aug. 3-6

9 a.m.-Noon 4-6 $75 Resident $85 Non-Res PS 803

Registration deadline: One week prior to start

SPORTS SAMPLER Learn the basic rules and fundamentals of a variety of sports and activities. Each week we’ll focus on a different activity in a fun, non-competitive environment. Hiawatha Park, 625 Seventh Ave. E. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code

5-5:45 p.m.

GYM 7202

$70 Resident $80 Non-Res

3-5

Mon July 20-Aug. 17

6-6:45 p.m.

GYM 2720

Registration deadline: One week prior to start

LITTLES Community Center, 1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Time

Wed Aug. 19-Sept. 9 5-5:45 p.m.

3-6 $35 Resident $45 Non-Res PYSS 819

Registration deadline: One week prior to start

Ages Cost

Code

Mon July 20-Aug. 17 7-7:45 p.m.

5-7 $70 Resident $80 Non-Res

GYM 3720

Registration deadline: One week prior to start

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VIRTUAL WING-DINGS Join us online for some fun right from the comfort of your home. Each week members of the Parks and Recreation team will lead you through a different arts and craft project and keep you entertained with some fun trivia, facts and silly stories. Supplies for each day will be provided; you just need to pick them up and join the meeting using the Zoom meeting platform. Plan for an hour, but project time may vary depending on the craft.

Virtual programs!

UNDER THE SEA Take a dive into what makes our oceans so amazing. Participate with fun ocean trivia and learn some amazing facts about the ocean and the creatures that live there. Each participant will get to make ocean-themed crafts.

CRAYON CREATIONS Let your imagination run wild with this fun crayon melting project. Create a shape, animal, word or anything you want on canvas and watch the crayons melt around it; all you need to provide is a blow dryer to melt the crayons.

Day Dates Time

Ages

Cost

Code

Day Dates Time

Ages

Cost

Code

Fri

July 10 1-2 p.m.

3-6 w/a parent

$5

PSSE 710

Fri

Aug. 7 1-2 p.m.

3-6 w/a parent

$5

PSSE 807

Registration deadline: One week prior

Registration deadline: One week prior

GLITTER MOSAIC PARROT Boys and girls can beat the heat of summer and join in the easy fun creating a tropical-themed glitter mosaic parrot craft. Children will be able to proudly hang the decorated parrot for some summer fun.

Day Dates Time

Ages

Cost

Code

Fri

July 17 1-2 p.m.

3-6 w/a parent

$5

PSSE 717

Registration deadline: One week prior

DISNEY BUBBLE ART This virtual program is for boys and girls that love Disney! We will be doing a fun Mickey Bubble Art craft and testing the kids knowledge of Disney with some trivia.

STUFF AND FLUFF BEARS Who doesn’t love a soft, cuddly teddy bear to keep them company? Join us today and you’ll get to make your very own stuffed bear! You’ll also get to learn some fun facts about all kinds of bears and show off one of your favorite stuffed animal friends, too.

Day Dates Time

Ages

Cost

Code

Fri

July 24 1-2 p.m.

3-6 w/a parent

$5

PSSE 724

Registration deadline: One week prior

ROCK ART Kids will create wonderful works of art while learning about geology. Dreary days getting you down? Why not pick up a few rocks and create some fun?

Day Dates Time

Ages

Cost

Code

Fri

Aug. 14 1-2 p.m.

3-6 w/a parent

$10

PSSE 814

Registration deadline: One week prior

Day Dates Time

Ages

Cost

Code

Fri

July 31 1-2 p.m.

3-6 w/a parent

$5

PSSE 731

Registration deadline: One week prior

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

AFTERNOON ADVENTURE FOR GIRLS (VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING) Join us online for a modified version of the Afternoon Adventures for Girls program utilizing the Zoom meeting platform. No physical sports or games; just fun crafts, trivia challenges and laughs. Details about how to connect with the online meeting and when to pick up crafting supplies will be sent prior to the start of the class. Virtual program!

Day Dates

Time

Ages

Cost

Code

Thurs July 9-Aug. 13 1:30-2 p.m.

6-12 $30

YAS 002

BABYSITTERS TRAINING Learn the responsibilities of babysitting through this American Red Cross class. This class will teach leadership skills, supervision techniques, safety, emergency and first aid care, personal safety, feeding infants and young children along with the business aspect of babysitting. Participants will need to bring a bag lunch. This class is designed with social distancing and safety in mind. Each participant will have his or her own table, materials, supplies and mannequins. Community Center, 1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code Registration deadline: One week before class WILDLIFE EXPLORERS This program is a fun, low-barrier program of the Natural Recreation and Park Association, designed to connect youth to nature by encouraging exploration and increasing kids’ comfort with spending time in nature. This nature discovery program focuses on environmental likability. Participants will learn about a variety of topics including weather watching, animal sounds, creature habitats, rivers and streams, insects, and much more! Participants should bring a water bottle, bug spray and sunscreen each day and wear closed-toe shoes and clothing you won’t mind getting dirty. Memorial Park, 1801 County Highway 101 Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code Wed July 15 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 11-17 $85 BT 106 Aug. 12 BT 107

Registration deadline: Wednesday, June 24

AFTERNOON ADVENTURE FOR GIRLS (IN-PERSON PROGRAMMING) Take an adventure with us to do a variety of arts and crafts, music, sports and games. You’ll have a great time doing creative projects and staying connected with your friends. Westminster Park, 801 Valley View Road E. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code AMERICAN RED CROSS: CPR/AED/FIRST AID - BLENDED LEARNING Learn the lifesaving skills of CPR, how to use a BVM to increase effectiveness of CPR and techniques for administering first aid to those in need. Participants in this class will work to receive an American Red Cross Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED/First Aid certificate that is good for two years. This is a blended class with some materials done online ahead of time. One week prior to class the online materials will be emailed. This class is designed with social distancing and safety in mind. Each participant will have his or her own table, mask, supplies and mannequins. Community Center, 1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code Tues July 7-Aug. 11 1-2:30 p.m. 6-12 $40 Resident $50 Non-Res YAS 001 Registration deadline: Wednesday, June 24

July 8

CPR 102

WILD 2708

Wed

10 a.m.-4 p.m.

11+ $85

Wed July 8-Aug. 12 1-2:30 p.m.

6-12 $50 Resident $60 Non-Res

Aug. 5

CPR 103

Registration deadline: Wednesday, June 24

Registration deadline: One week before class

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INTRO TO DRONES This class will introduce you to the fun and exciting sport of drone flying! Participants will learn about drones as they develop their skills in class and at home (optional) to compete on a course they will collaborate to design. All equipment is provided, and you get to take the drone home with you after the program! Green Meadows Park, 3100 Thrush St. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code

ARROWHEADS ARCHERY SUMMER ARCHERY CLUB

This program accommodates both veteran Arrowhead Archers and the new kids on the block. We will be utilizing Mathews Genesis bows but you are welcome to bring your own. Participants will learn and review signals, form and technique from a USA Archery-certified instructor. Equipment is provided and a T-shirt is included. This four- week club is a prerequisite for the Arrowheads Archery tournament program which runs in the winter. Classes will take place outside, weather permitting. Community Center,1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code ARROWHEADS ARCHERY CAMP This week-long camp is for archers of all abilities. Beginners will learn about the Mathews Genesis bow, signals, form and technique required to enjoy archery. More experienced archers will have the opportunity to fine tune their skills by shooting a lot of arrows and playing fun games. Classes will take place outside, weather permitting. Community Center,1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code Thurs July 2-23 6:30-7:30 p.m. 8-18 $35 Resident $45 Non-Res AA 005 Aug. 6-27 AA 006 Registration deadline: One week prior

July 21

YP 721

Tues

9-11 a.m.

6-12 $55

Aug. 4

YP 804

Registration deadline: Tuesday, June 30

RC RACING ADVENTURE Join us for three hours of pure radio-controlled fun hosted by Rally Raceway. Using their custom indoor tracks, this experience

YOUTH PROGRAMS

focuses on tons of track time and tons of fun. The activities include learning how to drive an RC car, racing themed off- track activities and team racing. More info at RallyRaceway. com. Community Center, 1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code

9-10:15 a.m.

RC 1727

July 27

11 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

RC 2727

Mon

8-12 $30

6:30-7:15 p.m. 8-18 $40 Resident $50 Non-Res

AA 001

9-10:15 a.m.

RC 1810

Mon-Fri July 27-July 31

Aug. 10

7:15-8 p.m.

8-18

AA 002

11 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

RC 2810

Registration deadline: Monday, July 20

Registration deadline: One week prior

SOCCER SKILLS & DRILLS Get those feet moving, get outside and have a ball learning soccer skills this summer. Each week participants will practice basic soccer skills by going through drills, playing games and competing in challenges. No experience is needed. Each participant should plan to bring his or her

own size 3 or 4 ball each week. Muenchow Fields 1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Time Ages

Cost

Code

July 9-Aug. 13

10:30-11:45 a.m. 6-8

PYSS 001

$40 Resident $50 Non-Res

Thurs

9-10:15 a.m.

4-5

PYSS 002

Registration deadline: Wednesday, July 1

MOUNTAIN BIKING - COMING TO SHAKOPEE! This summer, Shakopee is getting a mountain bike course at Quarry Lake Park! The completion date and amenities are to be determined, but we are excited for this new opportunity to help activate the park. Sign up for updates at www. ShakopeeMN.gov/subscribe.

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SPORTS UNLIMITED CAMPS The camps are based on the philosophy of providing all children with the opportunity to develop sports skills in a fun, safe and non-competitive environment. Children will be divided by age and skill level. Please bring sunscreen, water bottle, snack and appropriate dress. LITTLE RIPPER LACROSSE CAMP This camp is designed for both girls and boys to play non- contact lacrosse, also known as “Soft Lacrosse." Individual skills taught: catching, throwing, scooping and cradling. Campers will be divided by age and skill level. Sports Unlimited provides all equipment. 17th Ave. Sports Complex, 2600 17th Ave. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code

SKYHAWKS PROGRAMS FLAG FOOTBALL CAMP

Flag football is the perfect introduction to “America’s Game.” Campers learn skills on both sides of the football, including the core components of passing, catching and defense – all presented in a fun and positive environment. The week ends with an NFL-like competition, the “Skyhawks Combine," giving participants a chance to showcase their skills on the gridiron. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle, sunscreen and hand sanitizer. Muenchow Fields, 1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code MINI-HAWK BASKETBALL Skyhawks program helps children fine tune their motor skills in basketball. No pressure, just lots of fun while these tiny athletes learn the basics through unique Skyhawks games. Our coaching staff is trained to meet the special needs of young children. Participants should bring: T-shirt/ shorts/sweats/socks, water bottle and gym shoes. Location TBD Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code Mon-Fri July 13-17 9-11:30 a.m. 5-8 $109 Resident $119 Non-Res SKY 713 Registration deadline: Monday, July 6

YOUTH PROGRAMS

$87 Resident $97 Non-Res YP 720

Mon-Thurs July 20-23 9 a.m.-Noon 5-10

Registration deadline: Monday, July 13

5-6 p.m.

SKY 1803

Mon-Thurs Aug. 3-6

4-6 $55 Resident $65 Non-Res

6:15-7:15 p.m.

SKY 2803

Registration deadline: Monday, July 27 BASKETBALL

This fun, skill intensive program is designed for the beginner to intermediate players. Skyhawks focuses on the whole player, teaching respect, teamwork and responsibility. An active week of passing, shooting, dribbling and rebounding makes this one of our most popular programs. Participants should bring: T-shirt/shorts/sweats/socks, water bottle and gym shoes. Location TBD Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code

NINJA SUPERHERO CAMP Get ready for a challenge! Hosted by Sports Unlimited, this exciting camp gives participants an opportunity to have fun testing their skills and abilities while going through various obstacles: Tunnel crawl, cones weave, noodles crawl, mat rolls, parachute run, fitness ladders, hula hoop jump and hurdles. Different course set-up each day. Who will be Ninja Superhero of the day? These fun activities will help your child develop coordination and flexibility and is also beneficial for each child’s physical and mental development. The staff are trained to meet the special needs of young children. Youth to staff ratio is 8:1. Campers will receive a sportsmanship award. All equipment provided. Green Meadows Park, 3100 Thrush St. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code

Mon-Fri

Aug. 10-14 1-3 p.m.

6-8 $79 Resident $89 Non-Res SKY 810

Registration deadline: Monday, Aug. 3

Mon-Thurs Aug. 3-6

9 a.m.-Noon 4-6 $75 Resident $85 Non-Res PS 803

Registration deadline: One week prior to start

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What’s summer without special events? Join us for some fun, safe programs sure to make your summer days really special. Each week will be something new and include arts, crafts, games, contests and more. Most events will have all supplies on hand; however, a notice will be sent if you need to bring anything. WEEKLY SPECIAL EVENTS

PAINTED ROCKWALK Let’s spread some joy and fun with cool rock art! Color, write an inspirational message or draw a funny picture or an awesome animal. After we’re done we’ll take a walk through the park and leave our rocks for others to find! Lions Park, 1103 Adams St. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code Tues July 14 10-11:15 a.m. 5-12 $5 YSE 714 Registration deadline: One week prior NATURE SCAVENGER HUNT Come and discover what cool things nature has in store for us and create something totally new. We’ll head out on a fun walk through the park while looking for various items like leaves, sticks, flowers and rocks. After we collect our items, we’ll create a work of art with what you’ve found. Memorial Park, 1801 County Highway 101 Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code Tues July 21 10 a.m.-Noon 5-12 $5 YSE 721 Registration deadline: One week prior TRAIL EXPLORERS Venture out on a morning filled with discovery. Bring your bike, trike or scooter, and we’ll explore some of Shakopee’s awesome parks and trails. After our trip we’ll enjoy a cool treat. A helmet is required for this program. Lions Park, 1103 Adams St. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code Tues July 28 9 a.m.-Noon 5-12 $5 YSE 728 Registration deadline: One week prior

YOUTH PROGRAMS

MINUTE TOWIN IT CHALLENGE Think you can master these challenges? Give it your best shot and cheer on your friends as they try their hand at completing these tests in less than a minute. All materials will be provided. Youth Building at Lions Park, 1099 Adams St. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code Tues Aug. 4 10-11:30 a.m. 5-12 $5 YSE 804 Registration deadline: One week prior SIDEWALK CHALK CONTEST Get those creative juices flowing and make some fun, inspiring and awesome art using sidewalk chalk. Everyone will get a sectioned-off portion of a trail to create their coolest design. Parks and Recreation staff will come through at the end of the day and award the top artists with a fun summer activity pack. Lions Park, 1103 Adams St. Day Dates Time Ages Cost Code Tues Aug. 11 10-11:30 a.m. 5-12 $5 YSE 811 Registration deadline: One week prior

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SPECIAL EVENTS

HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICA PARADE FRIDAY, JULY 3 - FREE EVENT

March with us as we celebrate America's birthday during this long-standing Shakopee tradition. We will follow the latest distancing guidelines in our new route around the Community Center parking lot. Parks and Recreation staff will be keeping it festive with music, glow 10:30 a.m. Staging 11 a.m. Parade start Shakopee Community Center parking lot

necklaces and candy. Bring your decorated

trikes, bikes, wagons, etc. Afterward, cool off with a refreshing Popsicle!

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FITNESS

FITNESS AT HUBER PARK Stay fit this summer! Get a good workout and spend time outdoors with Dance Jam, Mix It Up and Yoga Flow! Classes will be taught by certified instructors and are free to the community! No pre-registration required. Ages 12 and up are welcome to participate in classes; 12 and 13 year olds must be accompanied by an adult. Classes subject to cancellation depending on weather. Class numbers will be limited, per CDC guidelines.

FREE!

DANCE JAM This is a dance fitness class with lots of energy and fun! Burn calories and dance to various types of music. No dance experience necessary. Please bring your own water and sunscreen/bug spray as needed. Huber Park Amphitheater, 150 Fillmore St. Day Dates Time

MIX IT UP Every class will be different to keep your mind interested and your body challenged. Get the best of both worlds and work your entire body, heart and lungs with a combination of cardio and strength. Please bring your own mat or towel, resistance band with handles or weights (either will work), water and sunscreen/bug spray as needed. Huber Park Amphitheater, 150 Fillmore St. Day Dates Time

YOGA FLOW This class will incorporate vinyasa style yoga, linking foundational postures to breath in order to develop a deep mind- body connection. There will also be a focus on increased strength, balance and flexibility. Please bring your own mat or towel, water and sunscreen/bug spray as needed. Huber Park Amphitheater, 150 Fillmore St. Day Dates Time

June 20-July 25 No class July 4

Sat

9-10 a.m.

Wed

June 24-July 29

6:30-7:30 p.m.

Mon

June 22-July 27

6:30-7:30 p.m.

VIRTUAL PERSONAL TRAINING The Community Center is excited to offer one-on-one and small group virtual training to help you achieve your goals. Certified personal trainers will design a safe and effective program, individualized to each client’s needs, abilities and goals. Personal training sessions are 55 minutes. Consult with your physician prior to beginning any new exercise program. For more information and to obtain the registration packet, please email Fitness Coordinator Kelsey Theis at ktheis@ ShakopeeMN.gov. Community Center, 1255 Fuller St. S. Individual Option Cost Two-Person Option Cost 1 Session $45 1 Session $67.50 5 Sessions $200 5 Sessions $300 10 Sessions $350 10 Sessions $525 MEET OUR PERSONAL TRAINERS Kurt P. has been a personal trainer for more than 11 years. His areas of interest include sports-specific training, youth athletes and weight loss. Marya J. has been teaching and training in the Shakopee area for 18 years. Her areas of interest include weight loss, toning, flexibility, injury rehab and mind-body practices. Trixie A. has been involved in fitness for the last 14 years and is a NASM-certified personal trainer. Her areas of interest include balance, flexibility, cardiovascular endurance and functional strength. KURT P. MARYA J. TRIXIE A.

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RECREATION AT HOME

Get outside and stay active at Shakopee's parks City parks, trails and open spaces remain open for use in a safe manner. Please follow these guidelines when using parks and trails to minimize risk to yourself and others: • Don’t use parks and trails if you are sick or exhibiting symptoms. • Maintain six feet of distance from other individuals at all times. • Prepare for limited availability of restrooms and water fountains. • Wash your hands before and after visiting the park. • Follow CDC guidance on the recommended size of social gatherings including outdoor picnicking, pick-up sports and other group hangouts, and maintain physical distance. #SHAKOPEERECATHOME Parks and Recreation brings fun, recreation to you—at home Shakopee's Parks and Recreation Department prides itself on providing families with ways to learn, meet new people and have fun wherever you are. Since our programs can’t run as usual, the Parks and Recreation team is planning activities you can do in your own home and neighborhood through #ShakopeeRecAtHome. Every week, the city is sharing new activities on social media, including Shakopee Parks and Recreation Facebook page and the city's Instagram account. HOW TO PARTICIPATE 1. Look for our daily activity on social media. 2. Find your own way to participate in the activity, either by yourself or with your family. 3. Interact with us online and share photos of your participation. SHARE WITH US Share photos and videos with the city about how you are participating each week using #ShakopeeRecAtHome. VISIT US ONLINE We also have a variety of activities and online resources on the city website at www.ShakopeeMN.gov/shakopeerecathome.

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LEARN TO SWIM

ADAPTED PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS The Shakopee Aquatics program utilizes the American Red Cross Learn to Swim Program. Our revised private swim lesson model can accommodate for your family during the ongoing COVID-19 situation. All lessons will be done on a 1:1 ratio. All sessions include four, 30-minute lessons running once a week for four weeks. There are two options for style of private lesson: Option 1: Social Distance Swim Lesson In this model, the parent will be in the water with the child, and your instructor will remain on the pool deck. The instructor will guide the lesson while the parent provides the in water support. Option 2: Traditional Private Lesson In this model, the child and the instructor will both be in the water, and the parent will remain on deck to observe. When you register, you will be asked which model you would prefer, and you will be assigned and instructor based off your preference. All equipment and deck furniture will be disinfected between each lesson.

JULY MORNING LESSONS Indoor Aquatic Center, 1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Times

AUGUST MORNING LESSONS Indoor Aquatic Center, 1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Times

Age Cost

Code

Age Cost

Code

9-9:30 a.m.

PRV 100

9-9:30 a.m.

PRV 400

9:45-10:15 a.m.

PRV 101

9:45-10:15 a.m.

PRV 401

Mon July 6-27

Mon Aug. 3-24

10:30-11 a.m.

PRV 102

10:30-11 a.m.

PRV 402

11:15-11:45 a.m.

PRV 103

11:15-11:45 a.m.

PRV 403

9-9:30 a.m.

PRV 200

9-9:30 a.m.

PRV 500

9:45-10:15 a.m.

PRV 201

9:45-10:15 a.m.

PRV 501

$80 Resident $90 Non-Res

$80 Resident $90 Non-Res

Wed July 8-29

3+

Wed Aug. 5-26

3+

10:30-11 a.m.

PRV 202

10:30-11 a.m.

PRV 502

11:15-11:45 a.m.

PRV 203

11:15-11:45 a.m.

PRV 503

9-9:30 a.m.

PRV 300

9-9:30 a.m.

PRV 600

9:45-10:15 a.m.

PRV 301

9:45-10:15 a.m.

PRV 601

Fri

July 10-31

Fri

Aug. 7-28

10:30-11 a.m.

PRV 302

10:30-11 a.m.

PRV 602

11:15-11:45 a.m.

PRV 303

11:15-11:45 a.m.

PRV 603

Registration deadline: One week prior to start

Registration deadline: One week prior to start

JULY EVENING LESSONS Indoor Aquatic Center, 1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Times

AUGUST EVENING LESSONS Indoor Aquatic Center, 1255 Fuller St. S. Day Dates Times

Age Cost

Code

Age Cost

Code

5-5:30 p.m.

PRV 700

5-5:30 p.m.

PRV 900

5:45-6:15 p.m.

PRV 701

5:45-6:15 p.m.

PRV 901

Tues July 7-28

Tues Aug. 4-25

6:30-7 p.m.

PRV 702

6:30-7 p.m.

PRV 902

7:15-7:45 p.m.

PRV 703

7:15-7:45 p.m.

PRV 903

$80 Resident $90 Non-Res

$80 Resident $90 Non-Res

3+

3+

5-5:30 p.m.

PRV 800

5-5:30 p.m.

PRV 904

5:45-6:15 p.m.

PRV 801

5:45-6:15 p.m.

PRV 905

Thurs July 9-30

Thurs Aug. 6-27

6:30-7 p.m.

PRV 802

6:30-7 p.m.

PRV 906

7:15-7:45 p.m.

PRV 803

7:15-7:45 p.m.

PRV 907

Registration deadline: One week prior to start

Registration deadline: One week prior to start

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