Thank you for taking time to view the Sheridan Recreation District Summer Program Guide.  Summer is a very special time in Sheridan, Wyoming. We appreciate your patronage and look forward to seeing you throughout the year. We are excited to offer some new and exciting programs this summer as well as offering traditional recreational activities. Fresh Air Fridays and the Sheridan Youth Cross Country Program will be new programs and are listed inside our program guide. Girls Summer Softball is also being offered in three different divisions - Ponies League for 6th - 8th grades, Colts for 4th - 5th grades, and T-Ball for 1st - 3rd grade.  Games will be played at John Oatt’s Field located on 6th Street. Lorna Brooks will once again offer summer Tennis Lessons for the district which will be held at the SHS Courts.  Brian James will be instructing and managing our Junior Golf Program.  Find several opportunities inside the Summer Program Guide. Please be patient when registering for programs at the front desk at the Recreation office located in Thorne-Rider Park. We have online registration, facility reservation, and team scheduler software program. Registration may take a little longer than usual, as we will need to enter all your data for the first time on the software. In the future, this will allow us to be more efficient and effective delivering you better information. We also are accepting most major credit cards and debit cards. Treat yourself to the best ice cream in town at the Kendrick Park Ice Cream Stand (30 plus flavors). Come visit the Kendrick (Outdoor) Pool located in beautiful Kendrick Park, located off Loucks Street.  The pool features a 170’ water slide and a zero entry pool with water features.  Kendrick Pool also has a regulation pool for Red Cross Learn to Swim Lessons.  Enjoy all the park and recreational opportunities Sheridan has to offer this summer. Staff and board members continue to work on the development of the Double-Day Sports Complex (DDSC) north of Sheridan which will consist of 12 sports fields and open recreation areas.  The DDSC Board of Directors which represents Sheridan Storm Soccer, Little League Baseball, Legion Baseball, the Sheridan Softball Association, Sheridan College, the Sheridan Recreation District, and City of Sheridan will be asking the community to support this great facility that will have a positive economic impact for the City and County of Sheridan and the business community. If you would like to donate to the DDSC facility please contact us at 307-674-6421. We take great pride in our Parks and Recreation programs. We have an excellent recreation and parks staff and offer many programs and parks to meet your needs. If you have any questions, ideas for new programs, or would like to offer a program or comments about current activities or facilities, please call or e-mail me. Richard E. Wright, CLP Director (307)674-6421 Sheridan Recreation District “It Starts in Parks”

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© Sheridan Recreation District, All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421
Thank you for taking time to view the Sheridan Recreation District Summer Program Guide.  Summer is a very special time in Sheridan, Wyoming. We appreciate your patronage and look forward to seeing you throughout the year. We are excited to offer some new and exciting programs this summer as well as offering traditional recreational activities. Fresh Air Fridays and the Sheridan Youth Cross Country Program will be new programs and are listed inside our program guide. Girls Summer Softball is also being offered in three different divisions - Ponies League for 6th - 8th grades, Colts for 4th - 5th grades, and T-Ball for 1st - 3rd grade.  Games will be played at John Oatt’s Field located on 6th Street. Lorna Brooks will once again offer summer Tennis Lessons for the district which will be held at the SHS Courts.  Brian James will be instructing and managing our Junior Golf Program.  Find several opportunities inside the Summer Program Guide. Please be patient when registering for programs at the front desk at the Recreation office located in Thorne-Rider Park. We have online registration, facility reservation, and team scheduler software program. Registration may take a little longer than usual, as we will need to enter all your data for the first time on the software. In the future, this will allow us to be more efficient and effective delivering you better information. We also are accepting most major credit cards and debit cards. Treat yourself to the best ice cream in town at the Kendrick Park Ice Cream Stand (30 plus flavors). Come visit the Kendrick (Outdoor) Pool located in beautiful Kendrick Park, located off Loucks Street.  The pool features a 170’ water slide and a zero entry pool with water features.  Kendrick Pool also has a regulation pool for Red Cross Learn to Swim Lessons.  Enjoy all the park and recreational opportunities Sheridan has to offer this summer. Staff and board members continue to work on the development of the Double-Day Sports Complex (DDSC) north of Sheridan which will consist of 12 sports fields and open recreation areas.  The DDSC Board of Directors which represents Sheridan Storm Soccer, Little League Baseball, Legion Baseball, the Sheridan Softball Association, Sheridan College, the Sheridan Recreation District, and City of Sheridan will be asking the community to support this great facility that will have a positive economic impact for the City and County of Sheridan and the business community. If you would like to donate to the DDSC facility please contact us at 307-674-6421. We take great pride in our Parks and Recreation programs. We have an excellent recreation and parks staff and offer many programs and parks to meet your needs. If you have any questions, ideas for new programs, or would like to offer a program or comments about current activities or facilities, please call or e-mail me. Richard E. Wright, CLP Director (307)674-6421 Sheridan Recreation District “It Starts in Parks”

Director’s Message

© Sheridan Recreation District, All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421
Thank you for taking time to view the Sheridan Recreation District Summer Program Guide.  Summer is a very special time in Sheridan, Wyoming. We appreciate your patronage and look forward to seeing you throughout the year. We are excited to offer some new and exciting programs this summer as well as offering traditional recreational activities. Fresh Air Fridays and the Sheridan Youth Cross Country Program will be new programs and are listed inside our program guide. Girls Summer Softball is also being offered in three different divisions - Ponies League for 6th - 8th grades, Colts for 4th - 5th grades, and T-Ball for 1st - 3rd grade.  Games will be played at John Oatt’s Field located on 6th Street. Lorna Brooks will once again offer summer Tennis Lessons for the district which will be held at the SHS Courts.  Brian James will be instructing and managing our Junior Golf Program.  Find several opportunities inside the Summer Program Guide. Please be patient when registering for programs at the front desk at the Recreation office located in Thorne-Rider Park. We have online registration, facility reservation, and team scheduler software program. Registration may take a little longer than usual, as we will need to enter all your data for the first time on the software. In the future, this will allow us to be more efficient and effective delivering you better information. We also are accepting most major credit cards and debit cards. Treat yourself to the best ice cream in town at the Kendrick Park Ice Cream Stand (30 plus flavors). Come visit the Kendrick (Outdoor) Pool located in beautiful Kendrick Park, located off Loucks Street.  The pool features a 170’ water slide and a zero entry pool with water features.  Kendrick Pool also has a regulation pool for Red Cross Learn to Swim Lessons.  Enjoy all the park and recreational opportunities Sheridan has to offer this summer. Staff and board members continue to work on the development of the Double-Day Sports Complex (DDSC) north of Sheridan which will consist of 12 sports fields and open recreation areas.  The DDSC Board of Directors which represents Sheridan Storm Soccer, Little League Baseball, Legion Baseball, the Sheridan Softball Association, Sheridan College, the Sheridan Recreation District, and City of Sheridan will be asking the community to support this great facility that will have a positive economic impact for the City and County of Sheridan and the business community. If you would like to donate to the DDSC facility please contact us at 307-674-6421. We take great pride in our Parks and Recreation programs. We have an excellent recreation and parks staff and offer many programs and parks to meet your needs. If you have any questions, ideas for new programs, or would like to offer a program or comments about current activities or facilities, please call or e- mail me. Richard E. Wright, CLP Director (307)674-6421 Sheridan Recreation District “It Starts in Parks”

Director’s Message

© Sheridan Recreation District, All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421
Thank you for taking time to view the Sheridan Recreation District Summer Program Guide.  Summer is a very special time in Sheridan, Wyoming. We appreciate your patronage and look forward to seeing you throughout the year. We are excited to offer some new and exciting programs this summer as well as offering traditional recreational activities. Fresh Air Fridays and the Sheridan Youth Cross Country Program will be new programs and are listed inside our program guide. Girls Summer Softball is also being offered in three different divisions - Ponies League for 6th - 8th grades, Colts for 4th - 5th grades, and T-Ball for 1st - 3rd grade.  Games will be played at John Oatt’s Field located on 6th Street. Lorna Brooks will once again offer summer Tennis Lessons for the district which will be held at the SHS Courts.  Brian James will be instructing and managing our Junior Golf Program.  Find several opportunities inside the Summer Program Guide. Please be patient when registering for programs at the front desk at the Recreation office located in Thorne- Rider Park. We have online registration, facility reservation, and team scheduler software program. Registration may take a little longer than usual, as we will need to enter all your data for the first time on the software. In the future, this will allow us to be more efficient and effective delivering you better information. We also are accepting most major credit cards and debit cards. Treat yourself to the best ice cream in town at the Kendrick Park Ice Cream Stand (30 plus flavors). Come visit the Kendrick (Outdoor) Pool located in beautiful Kendrick Park, located off Loucks Street.  The pool features a 170’ water slide and a zero entry pool with water features.  Kendrick Pool also has a regulation pool for Red Cross Learn to Swim Lessons.  Enjoy all the park and recreational opportunities Sheridan has to offer this summer. Staff and board members continue to work on the development of the Double-Day Sports Complex (DDSC) north of Sheridan which will consist of 12 sports fields and open recreation areas.  The DDSC Board of Directors which represents Sheridan Storm Soccer, Little League Baseball, Legion Baseball, the Sheridan Softball Association, Sheridan College, the Sheridan Recreation District, and City of Sheridan will be asking the community to support this great facility that will have a positive economic impact for the City and County of Sheridan and the business community. If you would like to donate to the DDSC facility please contact us at 307-674-6421. We take great pride in our Parks and Recreation programs. We have an excellent recreation and parks staff and offer many programs and parks to meet your needs. If you have any questions, ideas for new programs, or would like to offer a program or comments about current activities or facilities, please call or e-mail me. Richard E. Wright, CLP Director (307)674-6421 Sheridan Recreation District “It Starts in Parks”

Director’s Message

© Sheridan Recreation District All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421