Boulder City Magazine® March 2006 Issue
by Patty Sullivan
Recreation Program Coordinator
Spring Weather Recreation
As we look forward to the beautiful Southern Nevada weather we all count on, anticipation grows with every increased degree in temperature. The upcoming spring months bring about an enormous amount of recreational opportunities through the Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department.
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|April launches the ball season with clinics for baseball, softball and T-ball. The dedicated staff at the Recreation Department is committed to making youth sports a positive experience for all. Clinics are important to rate players so that teams are formed in a fair and competitive manner. Volunteer coaches are the binding of these youth teams and the Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department, along with the many parents, appreciates our volunteers’ time and talent. Without our volunteers, many of the Recreation Department programs simply would not happen. To help offset the expenses of uniforms, equipment, and umpires, each team has a sponsor. Hats off to our many sponsors as these contributions make youth sport programs affordable.
Special Interest classes especially suited to the spring weather are horseback riding lessons and trail rides along with our rapidly growing tennis program. Horseback riding lessons are held Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, and trail rides are scheduled directly with the instructor. Youth Tennis classes are available on Tuesday, Wednesday and/or Thursday. Adult tennis lessons are offered as private or semi-private lessons and are scheduled directly with the instructor.
With the beautiful fishing pond at Veterans’ Memorial Park, an outing is only minutes away. If you haven’t already, we highly suggest you obtain the required fishing license and prepare your fishing poles. This way, when the urge hits and time allows, you need only to get some bait and you’re off to a fabulous fishing outing with a minimal amount of effort. For our mountain bike and golf enthusiasts, we know you’re just biting your lip for those perfect days to take advantage of our beautiful facilities. To you we ask that you share your anticipation with a friend from over the hill; we love to show off our recreation amenities.
For more information about Boulder City Parks and Recreation offerings, visit our office at 900 Arizona Street or call us at 293-9256.
P.O. Box 61901
Boulder City, Nevada 89006
Phone (702) 294-1392 Fax (702) 294-1392
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