The staff at the Sheridan Recreation District is very excited for summer operations. Over the summer season we stay busy offering youth and adult sport programs, aquatics at Kendrick Park Pool, and outdoor education programs in the Bighorn Mountains. Folks in Wyoming take full advantage of fitting as many activities into the summer season as possible, and we are proud to offer programs and activities to help fill that schedule. Kendrick Park Pool opens up May 29th at 1:00 pm for open swim. For those interested in signing up for swim lessons or purchasing season passes or water exercise passes we will have the office at Kendrick Pool open May 24-28 from Noon - 6:00 pm for early bird sign ups. Youth softball is experiencing a resurgence in Wyoming with the Wyoming High School Athletic Association officially sanctioning the sport in the state. We hope to contribute to that positive trajectory through offering a local youth fast pitch softball league for grades 1 through 8. Check out more detailed information at the link. Webb Wright baseball league, a long time Sheridan tradition for youth grades 1 through 6, will once again be offered at Oatts Memorial Fields. Make sure to add catching a youth softball or baseball game at Oatts Fields to your summer to do list. Additionally we will be offering Babe Ruth Baseball for ages 13-15 at Redle Field in Thorne-Rider Park. In partnership with Bighorn Mountain Guides and Antelope Butte we will be offering exceptional outdoor education opportunities for youth. Nick Flores, a professionally certified climbing guide with Bighorn Mountain Guides will be taking youth ages 8-18 rock climbing at several locations in our area. Not only will he teach the skills to become a competent rock climber, he will also communicate the ethics of the sport. Another great outdoor education program we are offering are the Outdoor Adventure Camps at Antelope Butte. These three day camps will offer youth the opportunity to go rock climbing and learn other skills such as Leave No Trace, orienteering, water purification, water testing for pollution, and basic first aid. For adults out there looking for summer activities we have programs to fit your needs. We will be offering our traditional men’s, women’s, and co-ed softball leagues at the Sheridan Community Softball Complex. No summer is complete without hitting the ball diamond! We are offering an adult pickle ball doubles tournament June 12th at the new courts in Thorne-Rider Park. We are excited to add this new event to our summer schedule and hope to be a part of this increasingly popular sport. Make sure to grab an ice cream cone at Scoops in Kendrick Park, no summer is complete without at least a few stops by the locally famous ice cream stand. The Sheridan Recreation District staff and board always look forward to the summer months. We enjoy fulfilling our role in the community and hope to serve with excellence. For those in the community with new ideas or questions, don’t hesitate to contact us Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.com Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “It Starts In Parks”
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The staff at the Sheridan Recreation District is very excited for summer operations. Over the summer season we stay busy offering youth and adult sport programs, aquatics at Kendrick Park Pool, and outdoor education programs in the Bighorn Mountains. Folks in Wyoming take full advantage of fitting as many activities into the summer season as possible, and we are proud to offer programs and activities to help fill that schedule. Kendrick Park Pool opens up May 29th at 1:00 pm for open swim. For those interested in signing up for swim lessons or purchasing season passes or water exercise passes we will have the office at Kendrick Pool open May 24-28 from Noon - 6:00 pm for early bird sign ups. Youth softball is experiencing a resurgence in Wyoming with the Wyoming High School Athletic Association officially sanctioning the sport in the state. We hope to contribute to that positive trajectory through offering a local youth fast pitch softball league for grades 1 through 8. Check out more detailed information at the link. Webb Wright baseball league, a long time Sheridan tradition for youth grades 1 through 6, will once again be offered at Oatts Memorial Fields. Make sure to add catching a youth softball or baseball game at Oatts Fields to your summer to do list. Additionally we will be offering Babe Ruth Baseball for ages 13-15 at Redle Field in Thorne-Rider Park. In partnership with Bighorn Mountain Guides and Antelope Butte we will be offering exceptional outdoor education opportunities for youth. Nick Flores, a professionally certified climbing guide with Bighorn Mountain Guides will be taking youth ages 8-18 rock climbing at several locations in our area. Not only will he teach the skills to become a competent rock climber, he will also communicate the ethics of the sport. Another great outdoor education program we are offering are the Outdoor Adventure Camps at Antelope Butte. These three day camps will offer youth the opportunity to go rock climbing and learn other skills such as Leave No Trace, orienteering, water purification, water testing for pollution, and basic first aid. For adults out there looking for summer activities we have programs to fit your needs. We will be offering our traditional men’s, women’s, and co-ed softball leagues at the Sheridan Community Softball Complex. No summer is complete without hitting the ball diamond! We are offering an adult pickle ball doubles tournament June 12th at the new courts in Thorne-Rider Park. We are excited to add this new event to our summer schedule and hope to be a part of this increasingly popular sport. Make sure to grab an ice cream cone at Scoops in Kendrick Park, no summer is complete without at least a few stops by the locally famous ice cream stand. The Sheridan Recreation District staff and board always look forward to the summer months. We enjoy fulfilling our role in the community and hope to serve with excellence. For those in the community with new ideas or questions, don’t hesitate to contact us Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.com Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “It Starts In Parks”

Director’s Message

© Sheridan Recreation District, All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421
The staff at the Sheridan Recreation District is very excited for summer operations. Over the summer season we stay busy offering youth and adult sport programs, aquatics at Kendrick Park Pool, and outdoor education programs in the Bighorn Mountains. Folks in Wyoming take full advantage of fitting as many activities into the summer season as possible, and we are proud to offer programs and activities to help fill that schedule. Kendrick Park Pool opens up May 29th at 1:00 pm for open swim. For those interested in signing up for swim lessons or purchasing season passes or water exercise passes we will have the office at Kendrick Pool open May 24- 28 from Noon - 6:00 pm for early bird sign ups. Youth softball is experiencing a resurgence in Wyoming with the Wyoming High School Athletic Association officially sanctioning the sport in the state. We hope to contribute to that positive trajectory through offering a local youth fast pitch softball league for grades 1 through 8. Check out more detailed information at the link. Webb Wright baseball league, a long time Sheridan tradition for youth grades 1 through 6, will once again be offered at Oatts Memorial Fields. Make sure to add catching a youth softball or baseball game at Oatts Fields to your summer to do list. Additionally we will be offering Babe Ruth Baseball for ages 13-15 at Redle Field in Thorne-Rider Park. In partnership with Bighorn Mountain Guides and Antelope Butte we will be offering exceptional outdoor education opportunities for youth. Nick Flores, a professionally certified climbing guide with Bighorn Mountain Guides will be taking youth ages 8-18 rock climbing at several locations in our area. Not only will he teach the skills to become a competent rock climber, he will also communicate the ethics of the sport. Another great outdoor education program we are offering are the Outdoor Adventure Camps at Antelope Butte. These three day camps will offer youth the opportunity to go rock climbing and learn other skills such as Leave No Trace, orienteering, water purification, water testing for pollution, and basic first aid. For adults out there looking for summer activities we have programs to fit your needs. We will be offering our traditional men’s, women’s, and co-ed softball leagues at the Sheridan Community Softball Complex. No summer is complete without hitting the ball diamond! We are offering an adult pickle ball doubles tournament June 12th at the new courts in Thorne-Rider Park. We are excited to add this new event to our summer schedule and hope to be a part of this increasingly popular sport. Make sure to grab an ice cream cone at Scoops in Kendrick Park, no summer is complete without at least a few stops by the locally famous ice cream stand. The Sheridan Recreation District staff and board always look forward to the summer months. We enjoy fulfilling our role in the community and hope to serve with excellence. For those in the community with new ideas or questions, don’t hesitate to contact us Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.co m Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “It Starts In Parks”

Director’s Message

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