Thank you for taking time to view the Winter/Spring 2018 Sheridan Recreation District Program Guide. Winter in northeast Wyoming is truly a wonderland. Just because it is winter outside doesn’t mean people stop exercising and working out. There are many recreation programs to participate indoors and outside that embrace the Wyoming spirit of Recreation and Parks. All the staff at the Recreation District appreciates your patronage and look forward to seeing you throughout the year. We are excited to offer some new programs this winter as well as offering traditional recreational activities. We offer a wide range of recreation programs for people of all ages. New programs this winter and spring include a Corn Hole Tournament, Rugby Clinics, and more opportunities for Youth Baseball Clinics. Also, remember the City of Sheridan sledding hill located at Linden Hill, Thorne-Rider Park, and all the communities popular pathways that are located throughout Sheridan. Weather depending, there will also be opportunity for cross country skiing at North Park and South Park.  Senior trips to Deadwood for the year have also been scheduled. We could not operate of our recreation programs without sponsors and continued support for the City of Sheridan and School District No. 2. The community of Sheridan continues a strong partnership with the Sheridan Recreation District that enables us to offer affordable programs for all Sheridan County youth. Do not forget to get your 6th grade boy signed up for the Boys 6th Grade Basketball Program that is starting in January. This is a competitive basketball program that will participate with Big Horn, Tongue River, and Holy Name teams. School District No. 2 has provided funds for coaches, officials, and uniforms for this new league. For younger children, check out the Rimbusters Youth Basketball Program for grades K-1, offered at the YMCA or at your local public school. We are once again offering several sessions of the Hunter Education Program in cooperation with the Wyoming Game and Fish. For details and how to sign up, visit the Wyoming Game and Fish website listed under Hunter Education.  Men and Women wanting to participate is a truly fun recreation program should form a Co-Recreation Volleyball team. The league starts in early March and there are two divisions of recreational play. Get your friends together soon for summer youth baseball, softball, and adult softball is just around the corner. Contact the Recreation District at 674-6421 for more information. We are always looking for Youth Coaches and officials to become NAYS certified. 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. Have a Merry Christmas and have a Happy New Year from all of the staff and board of directors from your Sheridan Recreation District. 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 Winter/Spring 2018 Sheridan Recreation District Program Guide. Winter in northeast Wyoming is truly a wonderland. Just because it is winter outside doesn’t mean people stop exercising and working out. There are many recreation programs to participate indoors and outside that embrace the Wyoming spirit of Recreation and Parks. All the staff at the Recreation District appreciates your patronage and look forward to seeing you throughout the year. We are excited to offer some new programs this winter as well as offering traditional recreational activities. We offer a wide range of recreation programs for people of all ages. New programs this winter and spring include a Corn Hole Tournament, Rugby Clinics, and more opportunities for Youth Baseball Clinics. Also, remember the City of Sheridan sledding hill located at Linden Hill, Thorne-Rider Park, and all the communities popular pathways that are located throughout Sheridan. Weather depending, there will also be opportunity for cross country skiing at North Park and South Park.  Senior trips to Deadwood for the year have also been scheduled. We could not operate of our recreation programs without sponsors and continued support for the City of Sheridan and School District No. 2. The community of Sheridan continues a strong partnership with the Sheridan Recreation District that enables us to offer affordable programs for all Sheridan County youth. Do not forget to get your 6th grade boy signed up for the Boys 6th Grade Basketball Program that is starting in January. This is a competitive basketball program that will participate with Big Horn, Tongue River, and Holy Name teams. School District No. 2 has provided funds for coaches, officials, and uniforms for this new league. For younger children, check out the Rimbusters Youth Basketball Program for grades K-1, offered at the YMCA or at your local public school. We are once again offering several sessions of the Hunter Education Program in cooperation with the Wyoming Game and Fish. For details and how to sign up, visit the Wyoming Game and Fish website listed under Hunter Education.  Men and Women wanting to participate is a truly fun recreation program should form a Co-Recreation Volleyball team. The league starts in early March and there are two divisions of recreational play. Get your friends together soon for summer youth baseball, softball, and adult softball is just around the corner. Contact the Recreation District at 674-6421 for more information. We are always looking for Youth Coaches and officials to become NAYS certified. 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. Have a Merry Christmas and have a Happy New Year from all of the staff and board of directors from your Sheridan Recreation District. 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 Winter/Spring 2018 Sheridan Recreation District Program Guide. Winter in northeast Wyoming is truly a wonderland. Just because it is winter outside doesn’t mean people stop exercising and working out. There are many recreation programs to participate indoors and outside that embrace the Wyoming spirit of Recreation and Parks. All the staff at the Recreation District appreciates your patronage and look forward to seeing you throughout the year. We are excited to offer some new programs this winter as well as offering traditional recreational activities. We offer a wide range of recreation programs for people of all ages. New programs this winter and spring include a Corn Hole Tournament, Rugby Clinics, and more opportunities for Youth Baseball Clinics. Also, remember the City of Sheridan sledding hill located at Linden Hill, Thorne-Rider Park, and all the communities popular pathways that are located throughout Sheridan. Weather depending, there will also be opportunity for cross country skiing at North Park and South Park.  Senior trips to Deadwood for the year have also been scheduled. We could not operate of our recreation programs without sponsors and continued support for the City of Sheridan and School District No. 2. The community of Sheridan continues a strong partnership with the Sheridan Recreation District that enables us to offer affordable programs for all Sheridan County youth. Do not forget to get your 6th grade boy signed up for the Boys 6th Grade Basketball Program that is starting in January. This is a competitive basketball program that will participate with Big Horn, Tongue River, and Holy Name teams. School District No. 2 has provided funds for coaches, officials, and uniforms for this new league. For younger children, check out the Rimbusters Youth Basketball Program for grades K-1, offered at the YMCA or at your local public school. We are once again offering several sessions of the Hunter Education Program in cooperation with the Wyoming Game and Fish. For details and how to sign up, visit the Wyoming Game and Fish website listed under Hunter Education.  Men and Women wanting to participate is a truly fun recreation program should form a Co-Recreation Volleyball team. The league starts in early March and there are two divisions of recreational play. Get your friends together soon for summer youth baseball, softball, and adult softball is just around the corner. Contact the Recreation District at 674-6421 for more information. We are always looking for Youth Coaches and officials to become NAYS certified. 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. Have a Merry Christmas and have a Happy New Year from all of the staff and board of directors from your Sheridan Recreation District. 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 Winter/Spring 2018 Sheridan Recreation District Program Guide. Winter in northeast Wyoming is truly a wonderland. Just because it is winter outside doesn’t mean people stop exercising and working out. There are many recreation programs to participate indoors and outside that embrace the Wyoming spirit of Recreation and Parks. All the staff at the Recreation District appreciates your patronage and look forward to seeing you throughout the year. We are excited to offer some new programs this winter as well as offering traditional recreational activities. We offer a wide range of recreation programs for people of all ages. New programs this winter and spring include a Corn Hole Tournament, Rugby Clinics, and more opportunities for Youth Baseball Clinics. Also, remember the City of Sheridan sledding hill located at Linden Hill, Thorne-Rider Park, and all the communities popular pathways that are located throughout Sheridan. Weather depending, there will also be opportunity for cross country skiing at North Park and South Park.  Senior trips to Deadwood for the year have also been scheduled. We could not operate of our recreation programs without sponsors and continued support for the City of Sheridan and School District No. 2. The community of Sheridan continues a strong partnership with the Sheridan Recreation District that enables us to offer affordable programs for all Sheridan County youth. Do not forget to get your 6th grade boy signed up for the Boys 6th Grade Basketball Program that is starting in January. This is a competitive basketball program that will participate with Big Horn, Tongue River, and Holy Name teams. School District No. 2 has provided funds for coaches, officials, and uniforms for this new league. For younger children, check out the Rimbusters Youth Basketball Program for grades K-1, offered at the YMCA or at your local public school. We are once again offering several sessions of the Hunter Education Program in cooperation with the Wyoming Game and Fish. For details and how to sign up, visit the Wyoming Game and Fish website listed under Hunter Education.  Men and Women wanting to participate is a truly fun recreation program should form a Co- Recreation Volleyball team. The league starts in early March and there are two divisions of recreational play. Get your friends together soon for summer youth baseball, softball, and adult softball is just around the corner. Contact the Recreation District at 674-6421 for more information. We are always looking for Youth Coaches and officials to become NAYS certified. 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. Have a Merry Christmas and have a Happy New Year from all of the staff and board of directors from your Sheridan Recreation District. 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