Director’s Message

Putting together the summer program guide always gets me excited for the upcoming season. I know that the time is coming when the smell of fresh cut grass will fill the air in Thorne-Rider Park and we will start prepping Kendrick Pool for the busy season. We live in an area where we fit as many activities into the summer season as possible, and we at the Sheridan Recreation District will do our best to keep up the demand. Registration is wrapping up for our traditional summer leagues. Youth baseball and softball have a strong tradition in our community. There have been games played at John Oatts Memorial Fields off of 6th street for close to 60 years. That complex has provided a space for many generations to create memories and we are excited to continue that tradition this summer. The Sheridan Community Softball Complex at Sheridan College will be a busy place hosting the adult softball league. Nothing says summer like hitting the ball diamond. If you are looking for a fun league to get involved in this is it. Zach Stewart, recreation program supervisor for adult softball, is trying a new 5v5v5 women’s league this summer. Whether you are a softball enthusiast or new to the sport get your group together and get signed up! We are partnering with Bighorn Mountain Guides again for our outdoor education programs. This partnership provides youth the opportunity to go rock climbing at places like Tongue River Canyon, South Piney Canyon, and Steamboat Point with AMGA certified climbing guides. Additionally, the outdoor adventure camps provide not only climbing instruction, but outdoor survival skills, and science education. Kendrick Park Swimming Pool will open its doors to the public for open swim on June 10th. Another fun summer of swim lessons, open swim, and pool parties are almost upon us. Check out dates and prices further at the previous links and mark your calendars for registration dates. Scoops Ice Cream Stand in Kendrick Park, will open on May 21st at 10:00 am and will offer hybrid hours until school is out. Following June 8th, the stand will be open from 10:00 am-9:00 pm daily. It’s not a complete Sheridan summer without a few visits to the stand. You’ll find information regarding sign ups for fall programs in the program guide as well. Mark your calendars for activities such as Little Guy Football, Cheerleading, Cross Country, and Fall Men’s Softball. From all of us here at the Sheridan Recreation District, we hope you have a wonderful summer! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.com Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “Parks And Recreation Build Communities”
© Sheridan Recreation District, All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421
Putting together the summer program guide always gets me excited for the upcoming season. I know that the time is coming when the smell of fresh cut grass will fill the air in Thorne-Rider Park and we will start prepping Kendrick Pool for the busy season. We live in an area where we fit as many activities into the summer season as possible, and we at the Sheridan Recreation District will do our best to keep up the demand. Registration is wrapping up for our traditional summer leagues. Youth baseball and softball have a strong tradition in our community. There have been games played at John Oatts Memorial Fields off of 6th street for close to 60 years. That complex has provided a space for many generations to create memories and we are excited to continue that tradition this summer. The Sheridan Community Softball Complex at Sheridan College will be a busy place hosting the adult softball league. Nothing says summer like hitting the ball diamond. If you are looking for a fun league to get involved in this is it. Zach Stewart, recreation program supervisor for adult softball, is trying a new 5v5v5 women’s league this summer. Whether you are a softball enthusiast or new to the sport get your group together and get signed up! We are partnering with Bighorn Mountain Guides again for our outdoor education programs. This partnership provides youth the opportunity to go rock climbing at places like Tongue River Canyon, South Piney Canyon, and Steamboat Point with AMGA certified climbing guides. Additionally, the outdoor adventure camps provide not only climbing instruction, but outdoor survival skills, and science education. Kendrick Park Swimming Pool will open its doors to the public for open swim on June 10th. Another fun summer of swim lessons, open swim, and pool parties are almost upon us. Check out dates and prices further at the previous links and mark your calendars for registration dates. Scoops Ice Cream Stand in Kendrick Park, will open on May 21st at 10:00 am and will offer hybrid hours until school is out. Following June 8th, the stand will be open from 10:00 am-9:00 pm daily. It’s not a complete Sheridan summer without a few visits to the stand. You’ll find information regarding sign ups for fall programs in the program guide as well. Mark your calendars for activities such as Little Guy Football, Cheerleading, Cross Country, and Fall Men’s Softball. From all of us here at the Sheridan Recreation District, we hope you have a wonderful summer! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.com Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “Parks And Recreation Build Communities”

Director’s Message

© Sheridan Recreation District, All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421
Putting together the summer program guide always gets me excited for the upcoming season. I know that the time is coming when the smell of fresh cut grass will fill the air in Thorne-Rider Park and we will start prepping Kendrick Pool for the busy season. We live in an area where we fit as many activities into the summer season as possible, and we at the Sheridan Recreation District will do our best to keep up the demand. Registration is wrapping up for our traditional summer leagues. Youth baseball and softball have a strong tradition in our community. There have been games played at John Oatts Memorial Fields off of 6th street for close to 60 years. That complex has provided a space for many generations to create memories and we are excited to continue that tradition this summer. The Sheridan Community Softball Complex at Sheridan College will be a busy place hosting the adult softball league. Nothing says summer like hitting the ball diamond. If you are looking for a fun league to get involved in this is it. Zach Stewart, recreation program supervisor for adult softball, is trying a new 5v5v5 women’s league this summer. Whether you are a softball enthusiast or new to the sport get your group together and get signed up! We are partnering with Bighorn Mountain Guides again for our outdoor education programs. This partnership provides youth the opportunity to go rock climbing at places like Tongue River Canyon, South Piney Canyon, and Steamboat Point with AMGA certified climbing guides. Additionally, the outdoor adventure camps provide not only climbing instruction, but outdoor survival skills, and science education. Kendrick Park Swimming Pool will open its doors to the public for open swim on June 10th. Another fun summer of swim lessons, open swim, and pool parties are almost upon us. Check out dates and prices further at the previous links and mark your calendars for registration dates. Scoops Ice Cream Stand in Kendrick Park, will open on May 21st at 10:00 am and will offer hybrid hours until school is out. Following June 8th, the stand will be open from 10:00 am- 9:00 pm daily. It’s not a complete Sheridan summer without a few visits to the stand. You’ll find information regarding sign ups for fall programs in the program guide as well. Mark your calendars for activities such as Little Guy Football, Cheerleading, Cross Country, and Fall Men’s Softball. From all of us here at the Sheridan Recreation District, we hope you have a wonderful summer! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.co m Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “Parks And Recreation Build Communities”

Director’s Message

© SRD All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421