SOCCER OFFICIALS NEEDED
If you are interested in becoming a soccer official, please come see us at our office at 710 E. Mullan Avenue. or call us at 769-2250
2017 COEUR D’ALENE SPRING BREAK
UNPLUG AND BE OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES
Sponsored by the Coeur d’Alene Recreation Dept.
Monday, March 27 - - Multi-sport Activity – 10 AM – 12 PM - Woodland Middle School – 2101 St. Michelle. Grades K-5th grade. During this session participants will be led by recreation staff through various playground games of the participant’s choosing. This session is designed to be a relaxed, fun and informal gathering to get kids active through play. An example of games would be wiffle ball, kickball, dodgeball and other traditional- non competitive games.
Monday, March 27 – Bike Ride – 1 PM to 3:00 PM – Riverstone Park – 1805 Tilford Lane. Participants of all ages are invited for a 2 hour bike ride from Riverstone Park to Coeur d’Alene City Park and back. Bring your own bike and please remember to wear a helmet for this 5 mile ride. Kids are welcome!
Monday, March 27 – Archery - 5:30-7:30 pm – 3210 Ramsey Road - CDA. Those attending this introduction to archery will have the opportunity to learn technique, safety and archery skills games that will allow them to begin and continue building on their archery skills. Through this activity participants will learn that archery can become a lifetime activity that builds skill, respect and character. All instruction will be done by the CDA Bowmen and their experienced members. Some equipment will be provided; however those who have their own are encouraged to bring it.
Tuesday, March 28 – Golf – 10 AM – Woodland Middle School–2101 St.Michelle,CDA,
Participants ages 5-10 will be introduced to golf using the SNAG Golf system. Using larger faced clubs, a larger ball and Velcro targets, snag allows for an easy learning curve and much more success right out of the gate. Come enjoy learning about the snag system and receive more information about the CDA Recreation Department’s summer SNAG golf lessons.
Tuesday, March 28 - Pickleball – 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM – Woodland Middle School – 2101 St. Michelle. Grades K-4th grade. The fastest growing sport in America. This is a paddle sport played with a net and a wiffle ball. Participants meet at the tennis court. All equipment will be provided.
Tuesday, March 28 - Disc Golf - 5:30-7:00 pm. Cherry Hill Park – 1525 E. Hazel. In this introduction to disc golf participants will be instructed on proper throwing techniques with various types of discs. Participants will test their skill throwing at the disc golf goal as well as other objects while working on technique and throwing for accuracy. After instruction from Mr. Wardian and his team, participants will have the chance to test the skills they have learned by playing the disc golf course at Bluegrass Park. This is a great activity for ages 7 and up and for all ability levels. Equipment will be provided for those who need it, but do encourage you to bring your own if you have it.
Wednesday, March 29 – Skyhawks Camps Play Day – Woodland Middle School – 2101 St. Michelle Drive – Skyhawks youth sports camp are committed to providing a safe, fun, and skill-based experience for kids between the ages of 3 and 12. They are safe, fun and skill-focused. These camps and programs, led by expert staff, are generated toward youth looking for a sport introduction or those who want to refine and master their sport-specific skills. This play day is an introduction to Skyhawks Camps that are put on during the summer break.
Tinyhawk – Ages 3-4 – 10:30 – 11:15 AM
Mini-hawk – Ages 4-7 – 10:30 -12:00 PM Soccer – Ages 7-12 – 1-2 PM
Basketball – Ages 7-12 – 2-3 PM
Wednesday, March 29 - Pickleball – 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM – Woodland Middle School – 2101 St. Michelle. Grades 5th-8th grade. The fastest growing sport in America. This is a paddle sport played with a net and a wiffle ball. Participants meet at the tennis court. All equipment will be provided.
Wednesday, March 29 - Fly Tying Class - 5:30-6:30 pm - - Castaway Fly Fishing Shop – 1114 N. 4th St. Children will be taught how to tie their own flies so they can use them during their fly fishing experience. This will be taught by Joe Roope.
Thursday, March 30 – Strider Learn to Ride Introduction - 10 AM – 11:30 AM – Woodland Middle School– 2101 St. Michelle, CDA. Ages 2-5 (bring helmets) . Parent participation required. Come join us for an introduction to the STRIDER Learn to Ride program. A Strider ® No-Pedal Balance Bike is the perfect tool for learning to ride, teaching balance, and instilling riding skills in children. During this session, kids will have the opportunity to try out the strider balance bikes and parents will have the opportunity to learn more information on the upcoming Strider Learn to ride program that will be offered by the recreation department later this year.
Thursday, March 30 – Fly Fishing - 1:30–3:30 pm – Woodland Middle School– 2101 St. Michelle. Castaway Fly Fishing Shop teaches the art of fly fishing in step by step procedure on how to make a consistent accurate cast.
FUNKEYS - Piano/Keyboard for
Beginner Kids Grades 1-3
Degreed instructor Allyson Gross has been teaching North Idaho kids & adults since 1988.
Location: Mountain Vista Music, 12955 N. Westwood Dr., Hayden, Idaho
A fabulous, FUN way for your child to learn piano! Kids play real songs using both hands from the first lesson, read and write musical notes and symbols, play rhythm instruments, and gain confidence through group singing and piano games. Fully orchestrated accompaniments in class inspire and encourage them; take-home books and CD’s keep them playing all week! Classroom instruments provided; home practice instrument required. Classes continue weekly. Limit 4 students per class.
Mondays 5:30 – 6:15 - January 16-February 6
Thursdays 4:45 – 5:30 - January 19-February 9
Fee: $48 *(First Semester Book & CD $9, paid to instructor)
A partial waiver of fees may be available for seasonal sports league activities listed in our activities guide, if a request is made based on need and available funds. Funds are limited and come from public donations. To apply, or make a donation, please contact our office. A description of what is available can be found in our scholarship policy.