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Current Brochure - Moses Lake, WA
City of Moses Lake
City Council
Mayor - Todd Voth
David Curnel Bill Ecret Ryann Leonard
Karen Liebrecht
Don Myers Mike Norman
City Manager - John Williams
Parks & Recreation Commission
Chair - Vacant
Youth Position - Vacant
Connor Lange
Tiffany Quilter
E. Charles Maynard
Charlene Rios
Arin Swinger
Tourism Commission
Chair - Brenda Teals
Debbie Doran-Martinez
Lisa Garmon
Mary Perry Beverly Shuford
Our Mission
The Mission of the Moses Lake Parks & Recreation Department is to plan, develop and maintain safe recreational
facilities and programs for the health, pleasure and educational use of the community and its visitors.
Parks & Recreation Staff
Spencer Grigg
Rolando Gonzales Lori Moholt-Phillips
Kerri Smoot Steven Kinser
Susan Schwiesow Tom Los
Freya Liggett
Ann Schempp
Clayton Pray
Andrew Bechyne
Alberto Chavez
Phillip Hanson
James McEachran
Dean McPherson
Ruben Valdez
Andres Oliva Martin Oliva
Director
Park Superintendent
Rec. Superintendent
Dept. Secretary
Cust. Service Rep
Rec. Supervisor
Rec. Supervisor
Museum/Art Mgr.
Museum Curator
Park Foreman
Maintenance Tech
Maintenance Tech
Maintenance Tech
Maintenance Tech
Maintenance Tech
Maintenance Tech
Park Maintenance
Park Maintenance
General Telephone Numbers
Parks & Recreation Office
Museum and Art Center
Administration Office
Municipal Services
Community Development
764-3805
764-3830
764-3701
764-3791
764-3750
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parks and facilities.
How to Register
See Page 20 for the Registration Form
By Mail: PO Box 1579
Moses Lake WA 98837
Office:
411 S Balsam
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
For more Information
By Phone: 764-3805
Online at: www.mlrec.com
Registration Guidelines
Our Refund Policy
Sometimes things don’t go as planned. Moses Lake Parks &
Recreation reserves the right to cancel, reschedule or combine
activities as needed. If Parks & Recreation cancels an activity,
participants will be notified by phone and a full refund will automatically be issued. Refunds are issued from the City Finance
Department within approximately 15 to 30 days.
No refunds will be issued for participant-initiated cancellations.
Please Note
You must register prior to attending an activity. Fees must For more information on any program listed, please call Mobe paid in full at the time of registration. If conditions war- ses Lake Parks & Recreation at 764-3805. Dates, times,
rant, activities are subject to change by the Parks & Recre- cost, etc. are subject to change. Call to confirm information.
ation Department. Class minimums must be met otherwise
the class will be subject to cancellation.
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City and Community
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Commission-Parks & Recreation
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Mission Statement
Our Parks & Facilities
Parks & Recreation Staff
Refund Policy
Registration Form
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Museum Programs
An Evening with Robert Wrigley
Fall Salon Series
Judith Ann McDowell
Matthew J. Sullivan
Film: Dr Strangelove
Free Family Saturdays
October Brad's World Reptiles
November Fall Banner
December Snowflake Art
January Movie Day
February Hearts and Hands
March Straw Rockets
Humanities WA Speakers Bureau
Lance Rhoades
Mike VanQuickenborne
T. Andrew Wahl
Cornell Clayton
Lichtenstein Landscape
Museum Gallery
Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow
Brooks Heard: Water at Work
Sign of the Times
Self-Published
The Criminal Justice Program
Winter Salon Series
Mick Qualls
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After School Sports Program
Beginning Soccer
Catch All Caddy
Cheer Camp
Christmas Ornament
Christmas Stocking
Elf on the Shelf Quilt
Fall Tennis Camp
Hot Spot Basketball
Kindermusik - ABC Wiggle & Grow
Kindermusik - ABC Sign & Play
Kindermusik - ABC Laugh & Learn
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Youth Programs
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Table of Contents
Kindermusik - ABC Move & Groove
Kindermusik - Cuddle & Bounce
Kid's Kickboxing
Little Dribblers
Little Hoopsters Mat Muscle Wrestling
Paper Piece Table Runner
Parents Gift!
Parent Tot Play Group
Party Bag
Party Tots
Private Tennis Lessons
Pumpkin Bowls
Reindeer Door Hanger
Sewing Classes
SuperTots
SoccerTots
HoopsterTots
BaseballTots
1st DownTots
Table Runner Series
Zumba Kids
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Adult Co-Ed Dodgeball
Adult Culinary Classes
Adult Golf Lessons
Beginning Tai Chi/Tai Chi
Boot Camp
Cardio Kickboxing City League Basketball
Color 5K Run
Family Tri: For The Health of It
Flow Yoga
Moses Lake Turkey Trot
PiYo® LIVE
Teen Culinary Survival Skills
Women's Volleyball League
Yoga Zumba
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Adult Hockey League
BMX Track
Daily Costs
Group Broomball Party
Hockey Clinic
Ice Rink Rental
Ice Skating Lessons
Passes
Stick and Puck
Try Hockey for FREE!
Youth Hockey Association
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Adult Programs
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Moses Lake Ice Rink
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Museum Programs
Address: Telephone: Admission: Open:
401 S Balsam
764-3830
FREE
Monday - Saturday
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
MUSEUM GALLERY
EXHIBITSUSA TRAVELING EXHIBIT
ALERT TODAY, ALIVE TOMORROW
Living with the Atomic Bomb, 1945-1965
Dates: On display through November 10, 2016
Location: Museum Gallery, 401 S. Balsam
Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow: Living with the Atomic Bomb,
1945-1965 explores the ways that
Americans experienced the atomic
threat as part of their daily lives. Curated by Michael Scheibach and ExhibitsUSA, the exhibit features more
than 75 original objects from the era.
Americans were flooded with messages about the dangers of atomic
weapons and attack from foreign
powers through pamphlets, household objects, media, and film. Although the threat of atomic
annihilation eventually drifted to the background of American
consciousness in the late 1960s, the Atomic Age left a legacy
of governmental response and civic infrastructure that remains
relevant today.
Free Family Saturday: Brad's World Reptiles
Ages: All Ages
Date: October 1, 2016 - Saturday
Time: Presentation begins at 12:00 pm
Location: Civic Center Auditorium, 401 S Balsam
Unique and mysterious reptiles, amphibians, and other exotic
animals raise both hairs and curiosities. Join us for an exciting
presentation where you will learn about, view, and even touch
some of the most beautiful and exotic animals on our planet!
Fall Salon Series
Finding Comfort in Knowing You Are Not Alone
with Judith Ann McDowell
Date: October 5, 2016 - Wednesday
Time: 3:00 pm
Location: Civic Center Auditorium, 401 S Balsam
Cost: FREE
Author Judith Ann McDowell will lead a discussion on what
some like to call, "the imaginings of an overwrought mind," or
what is better referred to as, "the paranormal." She will read
excerpts from her supernatural thriller, Rougarou.
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The Salon Series of free afternoon programs is sponsored in
part by Humanities Washington.
Humanities Washington
Speakers Bureau Presentation
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: Anatomy of a
Masterpiece with Lance Rhoades
Date: October 6, 2016 - Thursday
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Civic Center Auditorium, 401 S. Balsam
Cost: FREE
Who controls life and death? Does a man-made being have
(human) rights issues? Although regarded as Gothic sensationalism when first published – both for its lurid tale of a scientist driven mad by his obsession to animate the dead and
for the surprising news that the author was nineteen-year-old
Mary Shelley – Frankenstein has resonated widely in the popular imagination, most notably in theater and cinema. Over the
two centuries since its publication, the work has also served
as a vivid allegory in debates about technology, slavery, and
universal suffrage. Led by scholar Lance Rhoades, this multimedia presentation considers how Shelley addressed some
of mankind’s greatest concerns with a creation that took on
a life of its own. Explore and discuss these complicated and
complex issues.
Speakers Bureau Presentations are a part of Humanities
Washington statewide Speakers
Bureau program, which receives
funding from the Secretary of
State’s office, the NEH, Boeing,
and other private funders.
Humanities Washington
Speakers Bureau Presentation
Seriously Funny: Humor, Film, and Philosophy
with Mike VanQuickenborne
Date: October 13, 2016 - Thursday
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Civic Center Auditorium, 401 S. Balsam
Cost: FREE
Can films teach us about philosophy? Is what we feel while
watching a film linked to what we learn? Film holds tremendous power to shape the thoughts of audience members.
Many types of films exist today, from the deeply philosophic
to the comedic. What happens when you combine the two
concepts into one discussion about film? In this unique take
on philosophy, film and comedy, professor Mike VanQuickenborne shares brief clips from Being John Malkovich, I Heart
Huckabees, Intolerable Cruelty and Adaptation to start a conversation about philosophy and explore the issues raised by
each of these films. Audience members are certain to leave
this presentation with a renewed interest in critical thinking,
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philosophical questions, and the nature of truth.
Speakers Bureau Presentations are a part of Humanities
Washington statewide Speakers Bureau program, which receives funding from the Secretary of State’s office, the NEH,
Boeing, and other private funders.
Humanities Washington
Speakers Bureau Presentation
Superhero America: The Comic-Book Character
as Historical Lens with T. Andrew Wahl
Date: October 20, 2016 - Thursday
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Civic Center Auditorium, 401 S Balsam
Cost: FREE
Which superhero do you identify with? What’s your superpower? We are drawn to the heroic, the superhuman. Since
the revolutionary debut of Superman in 1938, the American
superhero has been a regular part of our pop culture landscape. Wahl explores comic book heroes through the lens of
a scholar, providing a fascinating view of our nation’s recent
history. In this interactive multimedia presentation, journalist
and comic book historian, T. Andrew Wahl, explores how historical events and shifting social mores can be seen in the
evolution of characters from Wonder
Woman to Spider-Man. Using audience
members' memories as a springboard,
this conversation connects comic book
superheroes (and the occasional villain!)
to historical topics including war, the advancement of civil rights, and the societal impacts of technology.
Speakers Bureau Presentations are a part of Humanities
Washington statewide Speakers Bureau program, which receives funding from the Secretary of State’s office, the NEH,
Boeing, and other private funders.
The Criminal Justice Program at
Columbia Basin Technical School
with Retired Chief Ruffin
Date: October 27, 2016 - Thursday
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Civic Center Auditorium, 401 S Balsam
Cost: FREE
Join retired Moses Lake Chief of Police, Dave Ruffin, for a discussion about the future of law enforcement and the Criminal
Justice Program at Columbia Basin Technical School.
Fall Salon Series
A Nicer Kind of Murder: Shifting Roles in Today’s Crime Fiction with Matthew J. Sullivan
Date: November 2, 2016 - Wednesday
Time: 3:00 pm
Location: Civic Center Auditorium, 401 S Balsam
Cost: FREE
This is a crash course in the history of crime fiction, as seen
through the eyes of the victim. Since the era of Sherlock Holmes and Edgar Allen Poe, the role that the victim has played
in detective stories has changed dramatically. By examining
this transformation, we get a sense of the way that mysteries
have evolved, as well as an understanding of the enormous
success of novels such as Gone Girl. As time allows, we can
also discuss trends in other popular genres, such as science
fiction and romance.
For the past thirteen years, Matthew Sullivan has been teaching writing, literature and film at Big Bend Community College.
He grew up in Denver, received his B.A. in Writing from the
University of San Francisco, and his M.F.A. in Fiction Writing from the University of Idaho, and he has been the winner
of The Robert Olen Butler Fiction Prize, The Florida Review
Editor’s Prize, and the Write on the River Fiction Contest. His
short stories have been published in many journals, and his
literary mystery novel, Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore,
will be published by Scribner in 2017, as well as by publishers
in Italy and Germany. His website is www.matthewjsullivan.
com.
The Salon Series of free afternoon programs is sponsored in
part by Humanities Washington.
FILM – Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to
Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Date: November 3, 2016 - Thursday
Time: 6:00 pm
Location: Civic Center Auditorium, 401 S. Balsam
Cost: FREE
Ellensburg Film Festival’s Theresa Barlen will lead an introduction to the classic satiric black comedy Dr. Strangelove.
Following the detonation of the first nuclear fission bomb in
1945 the world was awakened to a sobering reality about the
role of technology in war. Kubrick’s film provides a disturbingly
accurate depiction of the dangers inherent in nuclear controls
systems.
“In 1970 I drove from Cle Elum to Seattle to see 2001 A Space
Odyssey. I was only a kid and didn’t know who Stanley Kubrick was, but it would be just the beginning of my fascination
for all things “Kubrick.” It wasn’t until years later that I finally
saw Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and
Love the Bomb. I was stunned and excited by the film. And the
fact that, Slim Pickens, a local hero in the rodeo circuit was in
the film only made it that much better. The film was seared into
my brain forever.”
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Theresa Barlen has been a board member of The Ellensburg
Film Festival since 2008. She is currently serving as the festival’s film trafficker.
Free Family Saturday: FALL BANNER
Ages: All Ages
Date: November 5, 2016 - Saturday
Time: 12:00 - 2:00 pm (until supplies are exhausted)
Location: Museum Classroom, 401 S. Balsam
Make fall flags and string them up for a banner to decorate
with.
MUSEUM GALLERY
BROOKS HEARD: Water at Work – Celebrating
Infrastructure and Agriculture in the Greater
Columbia Basin
Dates: November 18, 2016 – January 6, 2017
Opening Reception: November 18, 2016 - Friday
Opening Time:5:00 – 8:00 pm
Location: Museum Gallery, 401 S. Balsam
Featured artwork: Bacon Siphon 2 courtesy of Brooks Heard.
This exhibit pairs historical photographs of the Columbia Basin
Project’s development with the contemporary landscape photography of
first-time exhibitor Brooks Heard.
Selected from a collection of Bureau
of Reclamation photographs spanning
from 1932-1958, these historical images document the audacious scope
of the project’s original vision. The
contemporary landscape photographs
by Brooks Heard provide both startling and quiet views of the unintended
beauty of water at work in the Columbia Basin.
Historical photographs graciously on loan from the Grant
County Historical Museum.
An Evening with Robert Wrigley
Date: December 2, 2016 - Friday
Time: 6:30 pm
Book Signing: 7:30 - 8:30 pm
Location: Civic Center Auditorium, 401 S. Balsam
Cost: FREE
Robert Wrigley is one of Penguin Press’ best-selling poets, and
his ten collections of poetry include Anatomy of Melancholy &
Other Poems (winner of the Pacific Northwest Book Award)
and Beautiful Country. His poems are concerned with rural
Western landscapes and humankind’s place within the natural
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world, and he aims to “tell all the truth, but make it sing.”
His work has appeared in The New Yorker, The Atlantic
Monthly, Poetry, and many other literary journals, as well as in
the Oxford Book of Twentieth Century Poetry, among a host of
other collections. His books have received the Kingsley Tufts
Award, The Poet’s Prize, The San Francisco Poetry Center
Book Award, and the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Award. He
has received fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim
Memorial Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts,
the Rockefeller Foundation, the Bogliasco Foundation, and
the Idaho Commission on the Arts. Wrigley lives in Idaho with
his wife, writer Kim Barnes.
The event will be followed by a book signing, a dessert
reception, and a no-host wine bar by Camas Cove Cellars.
Plus bottle and case sales for your holiday wine needs.
This event is a collaborative program brought to you by Columbia Basin Allied Arts and the Moses Lake Museum & Art
Center.
Free Family Saturday: SNOWFLAKE ART
Ages: All Ages
Date: December 3, 2016 - Saturday
Time: 12:00 - 2:00 pm (until supplies are exhausted)
Location: Museum Classroom,
401 S Balsam
Use watercolors to make a one-ofa-kind piece of art!
Winter Salon Series
The Ephrata Army Airport in World War II
with Mick Qualls
Date: January 4, 2017 - Wednesday
Time: 3:00 pm
Location: Civic Center Auditorium, 401 S. Balsam
Cost: FREE
Established in 1939, the Ephrata Army Air Base sprang up
from the sagebrush of Central Washington. Historian Mick
Qualls will lead us on a journey back in time when the Ephrata
Army Air Base was once training grounds for thousands of servicemen bound for Europe and the Pacific.
Free Family Saturday: MOVIE DAY
Ages: All Ages
Date: January 7, 2017 - Saturday
Time: Movie begins at 12:00 noon
Location: Civic Center Auditorium, 401 S. Balsam
Visit the museum and watch a family friendly movie in the Civic
Center auditorium.
Museum Programs
Self-Published
Ages: 12 years and older (Adults too!)
Date: January 14 & 28, 2017 - Saturdays
Time: 9:00 - 10:30 am
Location: Museum Classroom, 401 S. Balsam
Cost: $40.00 per person, Museum Members $36.00
Instructor: Shawn Erin
Limit: 12 (3 minimum)
Make your own paper, then make your own book with it.
MUSEUM GALLERY
EXHIBITSUSA TRAVELING EXHIBIT
SIGN OF THE TIMES
The Great American Political Poster 1844–2012
Dates: February 3 - March 10, 2017
Opening Reception: February 3, 2017 - Friday
Opening Time: 5:00 - 8:00 pm
Location: Museum Gallery, 401 S. Balsam
Historically, the ephemeral hardworking American political poster has been hiding in
plain sight, attempting to catch
our eye and capture our vote
through the use of visual language. In a survey that spans
the life of these ubiquitous messengers, Sign of the Times: The
Great American Political Poster
1844–2012 explores a variety
of styles, design trends, and
printing technology that will delight your eye, engage your imagination, and lead you to ruminate over past political contests. Sign of the Times features
the most exciting and rarely seen posters created in the last
170 years.
Humanities Washington
Speakers Bureau Presentation
America’s Paranoid Politics: Conspiracy Theories, Populism, and the New Anti-Establishment
Politics with Cornell Clayton
Date: February 3, 2017 - Friday
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Civic Center Auditorium, 401 S Balsam
American politics has often been an arena for suspicious and
angry minds. In recent years, a growing number of Americans
have supported candidates who rail against the establishment, joined populist movements like the Tea Party or OWS
and embraced wild conspiracy theories (the Birthers, 9-11 was
government conspiracy, FEMA runs concentration camps,
etc.). What explains this turn in our politics?
This lecture re-examines recent developments in light of an argument first made by the historian Richard Hofstadter, in 1964
that the “paranoid style” has always been an important influence in America politics. Placing today’s politics into historical
context, the lecture will draw parallel to previous periods of
paranoid politics and explain the forces and factors that produce a politics marked by populist rhetoric, anti-establishment
politics, and suspicion of political elites and institutions. It will
also explain how populism on the left and right today differ.
Speakers Bureau Presentations are a part of Humanities
Washington statewide Speakers Bureau program, which receives funding from the Secretary of State’s office, the NEH,
Boeing, and other private funders.
Free Family Saturday: HEARTS AND HANDS
Ages: All Ages
Date: February 4, 2017 - Saturday
Time: 12:00 - 2:00 pm (until supplies are exhausted)
Location: Museum Classroom, 401 S. Balsam
Love will grow as you make these personalized trees. Perfect
for your Valentine!
Lichtenstein Landscape
Ages: 12 years and older (Adults too!)
Date: February 11 & 25, 2017 - Saturdays
Time: 9:00 - 10:30 am
Location: Museum Classroom, 401 S. Balsam
Cost: $40.00 per person, Museum Members $36.00
Instructor: Shawn Erin
Limit: 12 (3 minimum)
Create a landscape of your own backyard in the style of pop
artist Roy Lichtenstein using
printing, painting and paper
collage. In the first session, we
will make the pieces for your
masterpiece and in the second we will assemble it. Image
courtesy of www.widewall.ch.
Free Family Saturday: STRAW ROCKETS
Ages: All Ages
Date: March 4, 2017 - Saturday
Time: 12:00 - 2:00 pm (until supplies are exhausted)
Location: Museum Classroom, 401 S. Balsam
Blast into spring with these STEM inspired rockets.
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Youth Programs
Kindermusik - ABC Wiggle & Grow
Ages: 6 weeks - 7 years old
Dates: Session 1: Oct 4, 11, 18 & 25, 2016 - Tuesday
Session 2: Nov 1, 8, 15 & 22, 2016 - Tuesday
Session 3: Nov 29, Dec 6 & 13, 2016 - Tuesday
Session 4: Jan 10, 17, 24 & 31, 2017 - Tuesday
Session 5: Feb 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2017 - Tuesday
Times: 10:45 - 11:30 am
Location: The Learning Center - 701 Penn St
Cost: Session 1, 2, 4 & 5: $20.00 per person, per session $10.00 sibling fee, per session
Session 3: $15.00 per person, $10.00 sibling fee
Limit: Minimum of 5/Maximum of 13
Instructor: Arika Loeffler
Music is scientifically proven to stimulate language-learning
including listening skills essential to school success. Early
literacy skills such as phonological awareness are important
with musical instruction.
Kindermusik - ABC Sign & Play
Ages: 6 weeks - 7 years old
Dates: Session 1: Oct 4, 11, 18 & 25, 2016 - Tuesday
Session 2: Nov 1, 8, 15 & 22, 2016 - Tuesday
Session 3: Nov 29, Dec 6 & 13, 2016 - Tuesday
Session 4: Jan 10, 17, 24 & 31, 2017 - Tuesday
Session 5: Feb 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2017 - Tuesday
Times: 10:00 - 10:45 am
Location: The Learning Center - 701 Penn St
Cost: Session 1, 2, 4 & 5: $20.00 per person, per session $10.00 sibling fee, per session
Session 3: $15.00 per person, $10.00 sibling fee
Limit: Minimum of 5/Maximum of 13
Instructor: Arika Loeffler
Music and early childhood go hand-in-hand. What a perfect
time to manage a child's innate
love of music, pair it with educational activities and build a
foundation of lifetime learning.
This literacy rich-music curriculum celebrates the importance of
music, introduces music's basic
"language" in developmentally
appropiate ways and nurtures
those rhythmic, pattern-loving
musical seeds that naturally develop in a child's brain.
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Kindermusik - ABC Laugh & Learn
Ages: 6 weeks - 7 years old
Dates: Session 1: Oct 4, 11, 18 & 25, 2016 - Tuesday
Session 2: Nov 1, 8, 15 & 22, 2016 - Tuesday
Session 3: Nov 29, Dec 6 & 13, 2016 - Tuesday
Session 4: Jan 10, 17, 24 & 31, 2017 - Tuesday
Session 5: Feb 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2017 - Tuesday
Times: 11:30 am - 12:15 pm
Location: The Learning Center - 701 Penn St
Cost: Session 1, 2, 4 & 5: $20.00 per person, per session $10.00 sibling fee, per session
Session 3: $15.00 per person, $10.00 sibling fee
Limit: Minimum of 5/Maximum of 13
Instructor: Arika Loeffler
Laugh and Learn is a literacy-rich curriculum that engages
young children in building the early language and literacy skills
they need. The curriculum aligns with the childhood standards
and requirements for "high quality programs" as defined by
the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER).
Laugh and Learn four-week units with their appealing themes
include reading skills, which focus on listening with music to
improve skills in following directions and learning that emphasizes storytelling, imaginative play and taking turns. With
Laugh and Learn, students will develop language and early
literacy, cognitive ability, physical coordination and social and
emotional skills-and have fun doing it!
Kindermusik - ABC Move & Groove
Ages: 6 weeks - 7 years old
Dates: Session 1: Oct 4, 11, 18 & 25, 2016 - Tuesday
Session 2: Nov 1, 8, 15 & 22, 2016 - Tuesday
Session 3: Nov 29, Dec 6 & 13, 2016 - Tuesday
Session 4: Jan 10, 17, 24 & 31, 2017 - Tuesday
Session 5: Feb 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2017 - Tuesday
Times: 12:15 - 1:00 pm
Location: The Learning Center - 701 Penn St
Cost: Session 1, 2, 4 & 5: $20.00 per person, per session $10.00 sibling fee, per session
Session 3: $15.00 per person, $10.00 sibling fee
Limit: Minimum of 5/Maximum of 13
Instructor: Arika Loeffler
Move and Groove is a vocabulary rich curriculum that helps
young children take early language. literacy and pre-math to
the next step. The curriculum aligns with Pre-K and Common
Core State Standards (CCSS). Move and Groove four week
units with their appealing themes include: developmentally
appropriate songs and rhymes to develop active listening and
expressive speech, learning that emphasizes vocabulary, phonemic awareness and patterns, activities that promote creativity,
expression and physical coordination and instructions in basic
music notation, composers and music vocabulary.
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Cheer Camp
Ages:
Grades K - 6th Grade
Dates:
October 17, 18, 19 & 21, 2016
Time:
6:00 - 7:15 pm
Location: Moses Lake High School Commons
Fee: $35.00 includes T-shirt and pom-pom
Come make friends and have fun! The MLHS Cheerleaders
will be teaching cheers, chants, jumps and basic stunting techniques. Your child, wearing their cheer camp T-shirt (receiving
free admission), will perform at halftime with the cheerleaders
during the Varsity football game on October 21, 2016. Go Chiefs!
Admission into the game is $5.00 for adults, $3.00 for students
and children 5 and under are free.
Fall Tennis Camp
Ages:
2nd - 6th Grade
Dates:
September 26 - October 13, 2016 - Mon - Thur
Times: 4:00 - 5:00 pm
Location: McCosh Tennis Courts
Cost: $50.00 per person
Instructor: Rich Gregoire, MLHS Tennis Coach
This tennis unit will focus on intermediate skills, drill, scoring
and match strategy.
Private Tennis Lessons
Ages:
All Ages
Dates:
October 5 - 26, 2016 - Wednesdays
Times: 6:00 - 8:00 pm - to be arranged
Location: McCosh Tennis Courts
Cost: $25.00 per person - 1 - 2 people
Instructors: Rich Gregoire, MLHS Tennis Coach
Sign-up for a semi-private tennis lesson with Rich Gregoire.
Learn basic tennis skills or improve on those areas of your
game that need a little extra help.
Kindermusik - Cuddle & Bounce
Ages:
6 weeks - 7 years old
Dates: Session 1: Oct 4, 11, 18 & 25, 2016 - Tuesday
Session 2: Nov 1, 8, 15 & 22, 2016 - Tuesday
Session 3: Nov 29, Dec 6 & 13, 2016 - Tuesday
Session 4: Jan 10, 17, 24 & 31, 2017 - Tuesday
Session 5: Feb 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2017 - Tuesday
Times: 9:15 - 10:00 am
Location: The Learning Center - 701 Penn St
Cost:
Session 1, 2, 4 & 5: $20.00 per person, per session $10.00 sibling fee, per session
Session 3: $15.00 per person, $10.00 sibling fee
Limit:
Minimum of 5/Maximum of 13
Instructor: Arika Loeffler
Parents and their newborns, infants, and crawlers engage in
instrument play, dance, exploration time, and together time. As
they do so, they strengthen critically important early parent-child
bonds, learn about their babies' early development, fine-tune
their baby-communication skills and receive expert advice and
parenting resources based on the most recent research in early
childhood development.
Youth Programs
Mat Muscle Wrestling
Ages:
K - 6th Grade
Dates:
Dec 5, 12, 19, 2016, Jan 9, 16 & 23, 2017 - Mondays
Time:
6:30 - 7:30 pm
Location: MLHS Wrestling Room
Instructor: Jason White and Duane Zamora
ML Wrestling Club Coaches
Fee:
$40.00 includes T-shirt
Instruction will emphasize sportsmanship, create team unity,
skill building, physical conditioning, goal setting,
competitive spirit, strong
work ethic, and a winning
attitude both on and off the
mat. Participants wearing
their Mat Muscle T-shirts
will get into the MLHS
wrestling match for free on
January 5, 2017. Admission to the match is $5.00 for adults, $3.00 for students, and
children 5 and under are free.
Little Hoopsters Basketball
Ages:
Girls K - 6th Grade
Dates:
Dec 3, 10, 17, 2016, Jan 7, 14 & 21, 2017
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Moses Lake High School Chief Gym
Instructor: Matt Strophy, MLHS Basketball Coach
Fee:
$35.00 includes T-shirt
Instruction in basic fundamentals of basketball with emphasis
on sportsmanship and enthusiasm for the sport. Participants
wearing their Little Hoopster T-shirts will get into the MLHS vs
Eisenhower game for free on January 20, 2017. Admission to
the game is $5.00 for adults, $3.00 for students and children 5
and under are free.
Little Dribblers Basketball
Ages:
Boys K - 6th Grade
Dates:
Nov 26, Dec 3, 10, 17, 2016
Jan 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2017
Times: 10:00 - 11:00 am
Location: Moses Lake High School Chief Gym
Instructor: John Hohman, MLHS Basketball Coach
Cost:
$47.00 includes T-shirt
Instruction in basic fundamentals of basketball with an emphasis
on sportsmanship and enthusiasm for the sport. Participants
wearing their Little Dribbler T-shirts will get into the MLHS vs
Eisenhower game for free on January 20, 2017. Admission to
the game is $5.00 for adults, $3.00 for students and children 5
and under are free.
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Youth Programs
Hot Spot Basketball Competition
Ages:
Boys & Girls 7 - 14 years old
Date:
January 18, 2017 - Wednesday
Time: 4:00 - 6:00 pm
Location: Moses Lake High School Maroon Gym
Cost: Free
The Hot Spot Program is a basketball skills competition which
involves shooting from five "hot spots" marked on one half of a
basketball court. The competition tests the young athletes' allaround basketball skills. Medals will be presented at the high
school boys and girls varsity basketball game on January 20,
2017. Registration forms available at www.mlrec.com.
Sewing Classes
Ages:
8 years and older (Adults too!)
Dates:
Session 1:October 20 - December 1, 2016
No Class November 24, 2016
Session 2:January 5 - February 9, 2017
Session 3:February 16 - March 23, 2017
Time:
1:00 - 6:00 pm - Any 2-hour time block between these times - Thursdays
Location: Country Fabrics, 711 N Stratford Rd #B
Cost:
$120.00 per person, per level, per session
Instructor: Casey McDowall, Owner and Certified Sewing Instructor
Sewing classes are for four different levels of expertise. Each
level is a six-week class. Please sign up for a level and session.
Level 1 - In this class you will construct an apron, learn to clean
finish edges, do curves and learn about bias. You will learn the
sewing machine, how to read the pattern, lay out fabric and do
5/6 samples. Price includes pattern and start up kit.
Level 2 - In this class you will construct a Kimono (Japanese
robe). Learn to read patterns, lay out fabrics, finish seam allowance, learn the proper way to get your size through measuring
yourself and do 5/6 samples. Price includes pattern.
Level 3 - In this class you will construct PJ’s. Learn to read the
pattern, test your skill on measuring, do lay out of fabric and do
5/6 samples. You will basically start this on your own with close
supervision. We won’t let you make costly mistakes, there will
be parts needed for extra help. We want to make sure you have
learned what you’ll need to go out on your own.
Level 4 - You will need to buy a pattern that you will construct
using a zipper. Test the skills you have learned measuring
yourself, purchasing a pattern notions and fabrics; do your lay
out of fabric and do 5/6 samples. You will learn the ways of
putting in elastic, zipper, cuffs and lining a pocket.
For all sewing classes, please check the website www.mycountryfabricsml.com for the basic notion items you will need.
If you need a sewing machine you must let Country Fabrics
know, as they are limited to only a few machines, so call early.
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Paper Piece Table Runner
Ages:
8 years and older
Dates: October 19, 20, 26 & 27, 2016
Times:
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location: Country Fabrics
Cost: $100.00 per person
Instructor: Casey McDowall, Owner and Certified Sewing Instructor
Master the mysteries of paper piecing and make your points
perfect every time. We will make a stunning pointed star table
runner with three contrasting fabrics.
Pumpkin Bowls
Ages:
8 years and older
Dates: October 4 & 5, 2016
Times:
12:00 - 3:00 pm or 4:00 - 6:00 pm
Location: Country Fabrics
Cost: $50.00 per person
Instructor: Casey McDowall, Owner and Certified Sewing Instructor
Create a fun party bowl in the shape of a pumpkin that you can
use for your harvest party, Thanksgiving or family get-togethers.
Table Runner Series
Ages:
8 years and older (Adults too!)
Dates:
Session 1:October 7 & 14, 2016 - Pumpkin
Session 2:November 11 & 18, 2016 - Snowmen
Session 3:December 9 & 16, 2016 - Mittens
Session 4: January 13 & 20, 2017 - Valentine
Session 5: February 10 & 17, 2107 - Shamrock
Time:
2:00 - 5:00 pm or 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Location: Country Fabrics, 711 N Stratford Rd #B
Cost:
$50.00 per person, per session
Instructor: Casey McDowall, Owner and Certified Sewing Instructor
In this class you will make a table runner for the seasons.
These would make great gifts for that someone special or hard
to shop for person.
Ages:
Dates: Times:
Location: Party Bag
8 years and older
October 11 & 12, 2016
4:00 - 6:00 pm
Country Fabrics
Cost: $50.00 per person
Instructor: Casey McDowall,
Owner and Certified Sewing Instructor
Whether you are going trick or treating or to a harvest party you will
make a statement with this great
bag to put your special treats in.
Youth Programs
SuperTots - SoccerTots
Ages:
2 - 5 years old
Dates: Session 1: October 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2016 - Fri
Session 2: December 2, 9 & 16, 2016 - Fri
Session 3: January 6, 13, 20 & 27, 2017 - Fri
Session 4: February 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2017 - Fri
Session 5: March 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2017 - Fri
Times:
Teddies
9:15 - 10:00 am
2 years old
Parent participation is required
Koalas
10:15 - 11:00 am
3 years old
Bears
11:15 am -12:00 pm
4 - 5 years old
Location: The Learning Center, 701 Penn St
Cost: Session 1, 3, 4 & 5: $35.00 per person, $30.00 sibling fee, per session
Session 2: $30.00 per person, $25.00 sibling fee
Limit:
Minimum of 4/Maximum of 10
Instructor: SuperTots Coaches
SoccerTots is our flagship program! Playable on almost any
surface, these soccer-themed motor skill classes are very easy
for youngsters to get into. Younger age groups focus on developing motor skills and self-confidence; older classes focus on
developing core soccer skills, personal focus and introduction
to an element of light competition. Instructor to student ratio is
kept small to maximize individual development and above all
else fun, fun, fun!
SuperTots - BaseballTots
Ages:
3 - 5 years old
Dates: Session 1: October 6, 13, 20 & 27, 2016 - Thur
Session 2: December 1, 8 & 15, 2016 - Thur
Session 3: February 2, 9, 16 & 23, 2017 - Thur
Times:
Bunters
9:15 - 10:00 am
3 years old
Batters
10:15 - 11:00 am
4 - 5 years old
Location: The Learning Center, 701 Penn St
Cost: Session 1 & 3: $35.00 per person, $30.00 sibling fee, per session
Session 2: $30.00 per person, $25.00 sibling fee
Limit:
Minimum of 4/Maximum of 10
Instructor: SuperTots Coaches
BaseballTots is a development program that uses a variety of
fun games to engage kids while teaching the sport of baseball
and developing fundamental skills. The goal is to build fitness,
muscle coordination, baseball fundamentals and to create a
love of the game.
Party Tots
Party packages range from $75.00 - $125.00 depending on
desired times (1 to 2 hours). These parties will create fun-filled,
energetic, and interactive activities for children 2 to 4 years old.
Parties are offered at The Learning Center, 701 Penn St. The
party hosts will conduct fun, active games that make for the
best party experience available. For more information, please
contact Moses Lake SuperTots at 509-953-9237.
The Columbia Basin Community Partnership is a healthcare
collaborative aimed at decreasing the childhood obesity rate of
Moses Lake children by 10% by
2020. This collaborative has partnered with Moses Lake Parks &
Recreation to allow qualifying children, ages 2 to 5, to receive
a “Prescription to Play” valid for one free activity session. Sessions that fall under this partnership are signaled with the CB
Partnership For Health logo next to the session information.
Speak with your local healthcare provider at your next wellchild exam to see if your child qualifies.
SuperTots - HoopsterTots
Ages:
3 - 5 years old
Dates: Session 1: November 3, 10 & 17, 2016 - Thur
Session 2: January 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2017 - Thur
Session 3: March 2, 9, 16 & 23, 2017 - Thur
Times:
Grasshoppers 9:15 - 10:00 am
3 years old
Froggies
10:15 - 11:00 am
4 - 5 years old
Location: The Learning Center, 701 Penn St
Cost: Session 1: $30.00 per person, $25.00 sibling fee
Session 2 & 3: $35.00 per person, $30.00 sibling fee, per session
Limit:
Minimum of 4/Maximum of 10
Instructor: SuperTots Coaches
HoopsterTots is a development program
that uses a variety of fun games to engage
kids while teaching the sport of basketball
and developing fundamental skills. The
goal is to build fitness, muscle coordination,
basketball fundamentals and to create a
love of the game.
SuperTots - 1st DownTots
Ages:
3 - 6 years old
Dates: Session 1: November 8, 15, 22 & 29, 2016 - Tue
Session 2: January 10, 17, 24 & 31, 2017 - Tue
Times:
Billy Goats
5:30 - 6:15 pm
3 - 4 years old
Bulls
6:20 - 7:00 pm
5 - 6 years old
Location: The Learning Center, 701 Penn St
Cost: $35.00 per person, $30.00 sibling fee
per session
Limit:
Minimum of 4/Maximum of 10
Instructor: SuperTots Coaches
1st DownTots is a development program that uses a variety of
fun games to engage kids while teaching the sport of football
and developing fundamental skills. The goal is to build fitness,
muscle coordination, football fundamentals and to create a love
of the game. We do not do any tackling or blocking at this level.
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Youth Programs
After School Sports Program
The Moses Lake Parks & Recreation Department and the Moses
Lake School District will be offering free after school sports for
4th, 5th and 6th grade students. The purpose of the program
is to teach basic skills, sportsmanship and a healthy attitude
towards sports. Success of the program depends on parents
participating as coaches. For more information about the After
School Sports Program, call 764-3810.
Girls Basketball: November 1 - December 8, 2016
Registration Deadline: October 13, 2016
Boys Basketball: January 23 - March 2, 2017
Registration Deadline: January 12, 2017
Registration forms will be available at the schools two weeks
before the season begins or online at www.mlrec.com.
Beginning Soccer - U4/U5 and U6/U7
Ages:
Players will register by birthdate and play in the
appropriate division (4/5 or 6/7):
U4/U5 - Born anytime in 2012 and 2013
U6/U7 - Born anytime in 2010 and 2011
Dates:
February 20 - March 30, 2017
Location: Games played at Paul Lauzier Athletic Complex
Cost:
$30 per player
Registrations due by 5:00 pm Wednesday,
February 8, 2017.
Players will be assigned to teams in U4/U5 league or U6/U7
league according to their birthdate. Coaches are always needed;
please volunteer when registering. Practices will start the week
of February 27, 2017. Practices will be held in any city park
Monday - Friday, determined by the coach.
Kid's Kickboxing
Ages:
5 - 16 years old
Dates:
Session 1: September 27 - November 3, 2016
Session 2: January 17 - February 23, 2017
Time:
5:00 - 5:45 pm - 5 - 10 years - Tues/Thurs
5:45 - 6:30 pm - 11 - 16 years - Tues/Thurs
Location: MSI - Martial Arts Academy, 216 W. Broadway
Cost:
$30.00 per person
Instructor: John McCabe and Staff
Basic fundamentals of Kali Jukune Do. In addition to self
defense, this program concentrates on developing enhanced
listening skills, responsibility, discipline, respect and confidence,
as well as balance and coordination. Taught by certified instructors in a safe and caring atmosphere.
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Zumba Kids
Ages:
4 - 12 years old, but all ages are welcome
Dates: Session 1: October 4 - November 5, 2016
Session 2: November 15 - December 20, 2016
No class November 24, 2016
Session 3: January 10 - Februuay 9, 2017
Session 4: January 9 - February 8, 2017
Session 5: February 21 - March 23, 2017
Session 6: February 22 - March 22, 2017
Times: Session 1, 2, 3 & 5
3:45 - 4:30 pm - Tuesdays and Thursdays
Session 4 & 6
4:00 - 4:45 pm - Mondays and Wednesdays
Location: Session 1, 2, 3 & 5 - Sage Point Cafeteria
Session 4 & 6 - The Learning Center, 701 Penn
Cost:
$41.00 per person, $36.00 sibling fee,
per session
Limit:
Minimum of 10/Maximum of 25
Instructor: Cherri-Anne Bickler
Designed exclusively for kids ages 4 - 12, Zumba Kids classes
are rockin', high-energy fitness-parties packed with specially
choreographed, kid-friendly routines and all the music kids
love, like hip-hop, reggaeton, cumbia and more. Parents love
Zumba Kids because of the effect it has on kids: increasing their
focus and self-confidence, boosting metabolism, enhancing
coordination and teaching them skills to be fit for life. Come join
Cherri-Anne and enjoy fun, fitness, and games at Sage Point
Elementary or The Learning Center.
Parent Tot Play Group
Ages:
1 - 6 years old
Dates: October 3, 2016 - April 27, 2017
No Play Group on no school days: Dec 21, 26, 28, 2016, Jan 2, 16, Feb 20, April 3 & 5, 2017
Times:
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Mondays and Wednesdays
Location: The Learning Center, 701 Penn St
Cost: $35.00 for a punch card (8 punches)
$5.00 per child for drop in
$2.00 each additional child
Supervisor: Khrystal Spalding
Don't let the weather keep you from
enjoying playtime with your little one!
Come to The Learning Center and play
with your child in a relaxed, comfortable,
indoor environment. We will provide the
toys, supervision and some structured
programming while you supply the
conversation and fun! Various activities
and a wide variety of toys for all ages
will be available. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
www.mlrec.com | Moses Lake Parks and Recreation | 509.764.3805
Youth Programs
Elf on the Shelf Quilt
Ages:
8 years and older
Dates: November 1 & 8, 2016
Times:
9:00 am - 1:00 pm or 4:00 - 8:00 pm
Location: Country Fabrics
Cost: $175.00 per person
Instructor: Casey McDowall, Owner and Certified Sewing Instructor
What a great gift for that special small one. Make a 68' x 55'
quilt using Elf on the Shelf fabric. You will be allowed to finish
this project by quilting on our Berinina long arm or using your
machine to free motion (we'll show you how). In our class you
will need the basic notion items (you can find a list on our
website www.mycountryfabricsml.com), and a good working
sewing machine. You may use one of ours if you need to, but
you must let us know, the earlier the better, as we are limited
to only a few; so please call early!
Christmas Stocking
Ages:
8 years and older
Dates: November 15 & 16, 2016
Times:
4:00 - 6:00 pm
Location: Country Fabrics
Cost: $50.00 per person
Instructor: Casey McDowall, Owner and Certified Sewing Instructor
Let the season begin! Make your own Christmas stocking and
hang it up for your goodies to arrive, or make one for someone
else. Must come in two days prior to class so we can put names
on them. In our class you will need the basic notion items (you
can find a list on our website www.mycountryfabricsml.com)
and good working sewing machine. You may use one of ours
if you need to, but you must let us know, the earlier the better,
as we are limited to only a few; so please call early!
Reindeer Door Hanger
Ages:
8 years and older
Dates: November 29 & 30, 2016
Times:
4:00 - 6:00 pm
Location: Country Fabrics
Cost: $50.00 per person
Instructor: Casey McDowall, Owner and Certified Sewing Instructor
In this two day class you will make this adorable reindeer
decoration for the holiday. Hang him
on the front door or just on the wall;
everyone will want you to make them
one. In our class you will need the basic
notion items (you can find a list on our
website www.mycountryfabricsml.com)
and good working sewing machine. You
may use one of ours if you need to, but
you must let us know, the earlier the
better, as we are limited to only a few;
so please call early!
Christmas Ornament
Ages:
8 years and older
Dates: December 6, 2016
Times:
4:00 - 6:00 pm
Location: Country Fabrics
Cost: $25.00 per person
Instructor: Casey McDowall, Owner and Certified Sewing Instructor
Make a great christmas ornament .
that you can hang on your tree, set
on the mantel, or just on a shelf. In
our class you will need the basic notion items (you can find a list on our
website www.mycountryfabricsml.
com) and good working sewing machine. You may use one of ours if you
need to, but you must let us know, the
earlier the better, as we are limited to
only a few; so please call early!
Parents Gift!
Ages:
8 years and older
Dates: December 13 & 14, 2016
Times:
4:00 - 6:00 pm
Location: Country Fabrics
Cost: $50.00 per person
Instructor: Casey McDowall, Owner and Certified Sewing Instructor
Sorry we can't disclose this project, but it will be well worth it!
Kids may stop by to view it to see if they want to do this. In our
class you will need the basic notion items (you can find a list on
our website www.mycountryfabricsml.com) and good working
sewing machine. You may use one of ours if you need to, but
you must let us know, the earlier the better, as we are limited
to only a few; so please call early!
Catch All Caddy
Ages:
8 years and older
Dates: January 10 & 11, 2017
Times:
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Location: Country Fabrics
Cost: $75.00 per person
Instructor: Casey McDowall, Owner and Certified Sewing Instructor
You'll love this study organizer with lots of easy to access
pockets and divider to hold all your supplies and tools. In our
class you will need the basic notion items (you can find a list on
our website www.mycountryfabricsml.com) and good working
sewing machine. You may use one of ours if you need to, but
you must let us know, the earlier the better, as we are limited
to only a few; so please call early!
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Adult Programs
Adult Golf Lessons
Ages:
Adult
Dates: October 4 - Nov 1, 2016 - Tuesdays
Times: 4:45 - 6:00 pm
Location: Moses Pointe Golf Course
Cost:
$60.00 per person
Instructor: Randy Puetz
A five week beginner and intermediate golf class covering the
full swing, putting, chipping and golf course etiquette. Includes
range balls. Golf clubs are not mandatory.
Yoga
Ages:
Adult
Dates:
October 3 - 24, 2016
Time: 5:45 - 7:00 pm - Mondays
Location: The Learning Center - 701 Penn St
Cost:
$28.00 per person
Instructor: Linda Lincoln and Kirk DeLong
Learn a new way to stretch, strengthen, and relax in a noncompetitive atmosphere. Hatha Yoga is an ancient East Indian
method of exercise which teaches a balance of mind and body.
You will engage in a variety of postures and breathing exercises
that you can incorporate into your everyday lifestyle. Linda and
Kirk have studied yoga for many years and are registered yoga
teachers. Please bring a mat and a blanket.
Flow Yoga
Ages:
16 years and older
Dates:
Session 1: September 15 - October 27, 2016
Session 2: November 3 - December 22, 2016
No Class November 24, 2016
Session 3: January 12 - February 23, 2017
Session 4: March 2 - April 20, 2017
Time: 5:30 - 6:45 pm - Thursdays
Location: The Learning Center - 701 Penn St
Cost:
Session 1, 2 & 3: $42.00 per person
Session 2: $48.00 per person
Instructor: Libby Sullivan
Class uses basic yoga postures and links them together for
continuous movement between
poses. In addition to fundamental
and intermediate yoga poses, this
class teaches breathwork and
relaxation techniques.
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Teen Culinary Survival Skills
Ages: 14 - 18 years old
Dates: Session 1: October 12, 2016 - Pizza Dough & Sauce
from scratch
Session 2: October 13, 2016 - Pasta & Sauce
Session 3: November 1, 2016 - Rice & Stir-Fry
Session 4: November 3, 2016 - Hamburger or Cheeseburger?
Session 5: November 8, 2016 - Basic Breakfast
Times: 5:30 - 8:00 pm
Location: Columbia Basin Tech Center, 900 E Yonezawa
Cost: $100.00 per person, for all sessions
$25.00 per person, per session
Instructor: Steve Armstrong, Chef
Pizza from scratch? Sure, why not! Learn basic culinary
survival skills in this hands-on class. Learn to make your own
pizza dough and sauce. Are you in the mood for spaghetti and
just plain tired of Prego® in a jar? You can learn to cook your
pasta and make the sauce from scratch to go with it. Do you
like rice and stir-fries, but aren’t quite sure how to make them?
How about a great burger? No problem! That can be done on
the stovetop or in the oven. All it takes is a little patience and
time. Pancakes, bacon and eggs; there’s a weekend breakfast
that’s guaranteed to satisfy!
Please wear closed toe shoes. Chef coats, hats and aprons
will be provided for use.
Some classes may finish later or earlier based on the number
of students or complexity of the lesson.
Pizza Dough and Pizza Sauce from scratch
Learn how to make, proof and stretch dough. You will then top
it with a sauce that wasn’t straight from a can or jar! Dough
will be unavailable for use the first day as this requires time
for proofing. Your dough will be ready for use the next day.
(Small amounts of conventional toppings will be available for
this class.)
Pasta and Sauce
You will learn how to make your own pasta and cook pasta from the store. To go with that, you’ll have your very own
sauce from items found in your cupboard.
Rice and Stir-Fry
You will cook rice for your own vegetable stir-fry. This class
is about the technique that can be used with any stir-fry. We
will learn how to cook in both a wok or conventional sauté pan.
Hamburger or Cheeseburger?
Learn the basics of creating a great burger or cheeseburger
or even stuffed burger a la “Juicy Lucy’s” of Minneapolis. We
can even talk about the famous Green Chile Cheeseburgers
of New Mexico.
Basic Breakfast
Learn how to make pancakes, cook eggs a variety of ways
and make bacon in the oven or on top of the stove.
Zumba
Ages: 13 years and older
Dates: Session 1: October 4 - 27, 2016
Session 2: November 1 - 29, 2016
No class on November 24, 2016
Session 3: December 1 - 29, 2016
Session 4: January 3 - 26, 2017
Session 5: February 2 - 28, 2017
Session 6: March 2 - 30, 2017
Times: 5:30 - 6:30 pm - Tuesdays and Thursdays
Location: Chief Moses Cafeteria
Cost: $25.00 per person, per session
$20.00 per person with PiYo® LIVE, per session
$35.00 Punchcard
Limit: Minimum of 5/Maximum of 30 students
Instructor: Cherri-Anne Bickler, certified instructor
A Latin inspired, aerobic, dance-fitness class that incorporates
Latin and international music and dance movements, creating a dynamic, exciting, and effective fitness system. The class format combines fast and slow rhythms
that tone and sculpt the body in an
aerobic/fitness fashion to achieve
a unique blended balance of cardio
and muscle toning benefits. You can burn 500-1,000 calories
in a one-hour class without even realizing you are doing so, all
because this class is so much fun! Zumba will change your
mind about exercise, fitness, and health. This class is energizing, fun, and will inspire you to embrace your freedom to be
“forever fit” with determination, while helping you maintain motivation. Together, let’s make fitness F-U-N! This class is for
people of all fitness levels, modifications are available. Please
wear comfortable workout clothes and sneakers. Bring water
and a towel and get ready to get HOT, HOT, HOT!
Boot Camp
Ages:
Adult
Dates: November 1 - December 23, 2016
No class November 25, 2016
Times: 5:15 - 6:15 am - Tuesdays and Thursdays
Location: Chief Moses Middle School Old Gym
Cost:
$150.00 per person
Instructor: Allison Russell
Boot Camp is designed for athletes of all different athletic abilities who want a challenge. These group workouts are designed
to push your body and mind. Workouts include, but are not
limited to cardio training, and free weights, as well as body
weight, circuit training, HIIT (high intensity interval training) and
Tabata workouts. Modifications of exercises are encouraged.
"The Five S's of sports training are: Stamina, speed, strength,
skill and spirit; but the greatest of these is spirit..." Ken Doherty.
Adult Programs
PiYo® LIVE
Ages: 14 years and older
Dates: Session 1: October 3 - 31, 2016
Session 2: November 2 - 30, 2016
Session 3: December 5 - 28, 2016
Session 4: January 2 - 30, 2017
Session 5: February 1 - 27, 2017
Session 6: March 1 - 29, 2017
Times: 5:30 - 6:30 am - Mondays and Wednesdays
Location: The Learning Center, 701 Penn St
Cost: $25.00 per person, per session
$20.00 per person with Zumba, per session
Limit: Minimum of 5/Maximum of 30 students
Instructor: Cherri-Anne Bickler, certified instructor
PiYo® LIVE combines the muscle-sculpting, core-firming benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility of flowing yoga
movements. You’ll use your body weight to perform a series of
continuous, targeted moves to define every single muscle—
big and small. But there’s no time to stop and chant ommm—
because you won’t pose—you’ll push it. We crank up the
music, the speed, and the fun to give you an intense, yet lowimpact workout that will burn crazy calories for a long, lean,
beautiful physique. You’ll sweat, stretch, and strengthen—all
in one empowering PiYo® LIVE workout! Great for all fitness
levels (all moves can be modified). Younger participants are
welcome with participating family member. Bring a mat and
water. Instructor does have a few extra mats to share.
Beginning Tai Chi/Tai Chi
Ages:
Adult
Dates: Session 1: September 24 - December 10, 2016
No class Oct 22 & Nov 26, 2016
Session 2: January 7 - March 18, 2017
No class February 18, 2017
Session 3: April 8 - June 17, 2017
No class May 27, 2017
Times: Beg Tai Chi - 8:00 - 9:00 am - Saturdays
Tai Chi - 9:00 - 10:00 am - Saturdays
Location: The Learning Center, 701 Penn St
Cost:
$60.00 per person
Limit:
Minimum of 4 people
Instructor: Rinnah Skoor
This class is for the student who desires to pursue their understanding and practice of Tai Chi Chuan. This class provides a
continuation of the introductory class. The student will learn
the remaining postures that make up the complete short form
of 24 postures. Studies have shown that Tai Chi improves balance, flexibility, cardio respiratory fitness, muscular strength
and endurance. Some studies have also found that Tai Chi
practioners have lower body fat than people who don't practice
the art. The Beginning Tai Chi class or previous experience is
a prerequisite for Tai Chi.
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Adult Programs
Adult Culinary Classes
Women’s Volleyball League
Ages:
Adult
Dates:
October 5, 2016 - March 22, 2017
Time:
Wednesdays - 6:30/7:30/8:30 pm
Location: Chief Moses Middle School
Cost:
$175 per team due by September 23, 2016
$10 player fee payable to Moses Lake
Volleyball Association
Cardio Kickboxing
Ages:
16 years and older
Dates: Session 1: September 27 - November 3, 2016
Session 2: January 17 - February 23, 2017
Times: 6:30 - 7:30 pm - Tuesdays & Thursdays
Location: MSI (Martial Arts Academy)
216 W. Broadway
Cost: $45.00 per person, per session
Instructor: John McCabe and staff
This program uses Filipino kickboxing to create a high-energy,
fun-filled, not-your-ordinary workout. This program utilizes
shields for punching, kicking bags, hand weights and abdominal
sets for an intense workout that burns between 300 - 600 calories per session. Have fun, feel great and meet friendly people.
Adult Co-Ed Dodgeball
Ages:
Adult
When:
December 5 - 28, 2016
Time:
8:00 - 9:30 pm - Mondays and Wednesdays
Cost:
$100.00 per team
Deadline: Monday, November 21, 2016
Feel like a kid again by playing Dodgeball! Dodgeball is a great
way to reduce stress, improve health and fitness and meet
new people. The rules of dodgeball are the same as when
you played it in elementary school. Adult Co-Ed Dodgeball will
consist of multiple mini-games each Monday and Wednesday
night for 4 weeks. A tournament with all of the teams will take
place on the final night. Teams are made up of 6-10 players.
Pick up your team’s registration form in the Parks & Recreation
lobby. For more information, call 764-3807.
City League Basketball
Dates:
January - March, 2017
Mondays and Wednesdays
Location: Moses Lake High School
Cost:
$175 per team due by December 5, 2016
A more competitive league for those who still have competitive
juices flowing through their veins.
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Ages: Adults
Dates: Session 1: October 10, 2016 - Pantry Check &
Culinary Basics
Session 2: November 7, 2016 - Brine that Bird
Session 3: December 3, 2016 - Christmas
Session 4: January 28, 2017 - Posole de New Mexico
Session 5: February 4, 2017 - Valentine's Day
Session 6: February 6, 2017 - Valentine's Day
Times: Session 1, 2 & 6: 6:00 - 8:30 pm - Mondays
Session 3, 4 & 5: 11:00 am - 2:30 pm - Saturdays
Location: Columbia Basin Tech Center, 900 E Yonezawa
Cost: Session 1, 2 & 4: $50.00 per person, per session
Session 3: $65.00 per person
Session 5 & 6: $75.00 per person, per session
Instructor: Steve Armstrong, Chef, CB Tech Center
Each class includes recipes, all the ingredients for the meal
and instruction on making the meal. For safety purposes, no
open toe shoes to be worn in the kitchen. If someone shows
up in sandals, I will offer "spare" closed toe shoes. Chef coats,
aprons and hats supplied.
Pantry Check and Culinary Basics - We will deal with a well
rounded pantry and learn how to make basic stocks such as
chicken and vegetable stock. Additionally, we will roast several
full chickens for the meal and use the bones and trimmings from
our vegetable sides for our stocks. Minimum of 5/Maximum of 12
Brine that Bird - Learn how to successfully brine, then roast a
turkey for some of the moistest meat available. Since it would
be impossible to brine and cook this night, I will have brined a
turkey earlier and have it roasting when the class begins. We will
be able to eat this as part of the class in order to see and taste
the difference. Actual class time may be significantly shorter
depending on the amount of time spent eating. Minimum of 5/
Maximum of 8
Christmas - Prime rib roast, roasted potatoes and roasted
root vegetables. Learn how to season and properly cook that
prime rib roast. Should we be lucky enough to get a bone-in
roast, we will make a beef stock if time allows. Minimum of 5/
Maximum of 12
Posole de New Mexico - New Mexico is known for its wonderful
Hatch chiles. Using the methods learned while working in New
Mexico, we will roast chiles, onions and garlic to make "green"
posole. Hatch chiles are not available in this area; we will use
poblanos and anaheims in their place. This is a wonderfully
warm and fragrant soup of hominy, peppers and pork. Minimum
of 5/Maximum of 10
Valentine's Day Surf & Turf Edition - Treat your special
someone to a fantastic meal. We will learn how to properly cook
lobster tails and filet mignon. To provide maximum opportunity
for participation, this class will be offered twice during the month.
As the cost of the food products are significantly higher than
the normal month's. The cost has been adjusted accordingly.
Maximum of 6 per session.
Moses Lake Turkey Trot
Date:
November 19, 2016 - 9:00 am
Location: Blue Heron Park
Cost:
$15.00 per runner + online registration fee
Proceeds will benefit the Columbia Basin Cancer Foundation.
Register by November 11, 2016 at 11:59 am to receive a t-shirt.
On-site registration will be $20.00 per runner. LATE online registration/on-site registration will NOT receive a t-shirt. Please
register at www.signmeup.com under 6th Annual Moses Lake
Turkey Trot 2016; online registration will open October 11,
2016. For more information, contact Kelsie Eddie at [email protected] or 509-855-1692. Follow us on
Facebook for updated information! (https://www.facebook.com/
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Family Triathlon: For The Health of It!
Date:
Saturday, June 10, 2017
Location: Blue Heron Park
Visit www.buduracing.com for more information and a complete schedule of all their events for 2017.
Adult Programs
Color 5K Run
Date:
Saturday, October 8, 2016
Location: Moses Lake High School Parking Lot
Join the Moses Lake Chiefs to kick off Homecoming week on
this colorful and fun 5K run. Participants of all ages and skill
levels are encouraged to join the fun. No matter how you start
the race, you are certain to finish it in a rainbow of color from
head to toe! Every kilometer, find a color station sponsored
by one of our local Moses Lake businesses which are happy
to add a non-toxic colored powder to your shirt, shorts, face,
arms legs or hair! A great time to make homecoming memories for friends and family alike!
Register online at www.signmeup.com/110010 before September 30 to guarantee your shirt size.
The race starts at 9:00 am sharp at Moses Lake High School
parking lot with late registration beginning at 7:00 am. Cost is
$25.00 per runner. This race is a chip-timed event by the fine
folks at buduracing.com.
Moses Lake Ice Rink
Open Ice Skating with Skate Rentals
The Moses Lake Ice Rink will open on
Friday, November 4, 2016. Lockers are
available for $1.00 for the day, along
with skate sharpening at $6.00 per pair.
Please note: times are subject to
change due to weather conditions
and scheduling changes. Please call
to check times before coming.
Hours of Operation
Monday 4:00 - 8:00 pm
Wednesday
4:00 - 8:00 pm
Friday 4:00 - 8:00 pm
Saturday 2:00 - 8:00 pm
Sunday 2:00 - 6:00 pm
Skate rentals and supervision will be available during these
hours. The rink will not open on Moses Lake School District's
snow days.
Special Ice Rink Hours
November 11 November 24
November 25
December 21
December 22
December 23
December 24
December 25
December 26
12:00 - 8:00 pm
Closed
12:00 - 8:00 pm
12:00 - 8:00 pm
12:00 - 4:00 pm
12:00 - 8:00 pm
2:00 - 4:00 pm
Closed
12:00 - 8:00 pm
Phone Number
Address
December 27
December 28
December 29
December 30
December 31
January 1
January 2
January 3
January 16
February 20
764-3836
610 S. Yakima
(Larson Recreation Center)
12:00 - 4:00 pm
12:00 - 8:00 pm
12:00 - 4:00 pm
12:00 - 8:00 pm
2:00 - 8:00 pm
2:00 - 6:00 pm
12:00 - 8:00 pm
12:00 - 4:00 pm
12:00 - 8:00 pm
12:00 - 8:00 pm
Moses Lake Hockey Tournaments
Will be the weekends of
January 13 & 14, 2017
January 27 & 28, 2017
February 10 & 11, 2017
As a result, there will be no public skating hours on
these days.
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Moses Lake Ice Rink
Daily Costs
Daily Admission - without skate rental
Adults
$3.00
Youth (5-17) & Seniors (65+) $2.00
4 years & under
Free
Skate Rental - Does not include admission fee
All Ages
$5.00
Combined Daily Admission - with skate rental
Adults
Youth (5-17) & Seniors (65+)
$6.00
$5.00
Passes
10 Admission Punch Card - without skate rental
Adults
Youth (5-17) & Seniors (65+)
$25.00
$15.00
10 Admission Punch Card - with skate rental
Adults
Youth (5-17) & Seniors (65+)
$55.00
$45.00
Season Pass (Individual) - without skate rental
Adults
Youth (5-17) & Seniors (65+)
$45.00
$35.00
Try Hockey for FREE!
Who: 4 - 18 years old
When: November 5, 2016 - Saturday
Time: 9:00 - 10:00 am
Cost: Free
All skating abilities are welcome to come try hockey for free on
this one day introduction to the sport. Hockey gear and skates
will be provided for those not having their own. Participants
will skate with a stick and puck and receive their very own free
hockey jersey. This is a USA Hockey sponsored event.
Hockey Clinic
Who: 4 - 18 years old
When: November 12, 2016 - Saturday
Time: 9:00 - 10:00 am
Cost: $5.00 per person
An introduction to hockey and beginner developing skill session. Participants will be run through proactive drills at 4 different stations, including passing the puck and skating. This
will build on top of "Try Hockey for FREE!." All participants will
receive a USA Hockey jersey.
Youth Hockey Association
The Moses Lake Youth Hockey Association offers a recreational hockey program for boys and girls ages 4 - 18 years
old. The program runs November to March. For more information please visit www.mlyha.net.
Registration:
Season Pass (Individual) - with skate rental
Adults
Youth (5-17) & Seniors (65+)
$75.00
$65.00
Please note: Spectators are not required to pay admission, as long as they remain off the ice.
Stick and Puck
Who: All Ages
When: Session 1: Nov 6 - Dec 18, 2016
Session 2: Jan 1 - February 26, 2017
Time: Sundays: 6:15 - 8:00 pm
Cost: $7.00 per person or $35.00 per session
Stick and Puck is available for beginner and advanced hockey
players to practice and develop their skills. All ages welcome.
Full hockey equipment is suggested; however, a stick, gloves
and helmet are required at minimum and players under the
age of 18 are required to wear face protection. Hockey skates
may be rented at the skate shack for $5.00. Check in at the
skate shack to pay and sign a waiver. Please note: NO
scrimmaging or games allowed.
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Mites
Squirts
Pee Wee
Bantam
Midgets
Registration Nights
Register online at www.mlyha.net
Age Groups and Cost
4 - 8 years old
$250 per player
9 - 10 years old$300 per player
11- 12 years old$300 per player
13 - 14 years old $300 per player
15 - 18 years old $300 per player
Each additional player from the same family receives a
$30.00 discount.
There will be hockey equipment available for first time
skaters. For more information, please contact Ty Howard,
MLYHA President, at 206-450-6677 or Deb Talbot at 509855-6581.
Group Broomball Party!
Bring your group to the Ice Rink for something different.
Broomball is played like hockey, but in your tennis shoes with
broomsticks and a ball! Share lots of laughs with your friends,
youth group or co-workers as you battle on the ice. Broomball
is offered on one-third of the rink during Public Skate Wednesdays and Fridays from 6:45 - 8:00 pm. Only $5 per person,
includes equipment and referee. Minimum of 12 people per
event. For more information call 764-3807 and make your reservation today.
Adult Hockey League
Registration Night: Thursday, October 20, 2016
Registration Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm at the Ice Rink
Game Times: Tuesdays & Thursdays - 8:15 - 9:30 pm
Tired of pick-up hockey? Join the Moses Lake Coyotes! Play
Hockey in a structured team competition environment. USA
Hockey membership required. All participants are required to
wear full hockey equipment and must be 18 years or older.
Only $200.00 for returning players and $285.00 (jersey and
socks included) for new players. For more information contact
Chris Hesse at 509-361-9672.
Ice Skating Lessons
Ice skating lessons are held one day per week for 6 weeks.
Come and join in on the fun! Lessons are $45 per person,
per session. Each lesson is 30 minutes long (ice skates not
included). Rentals available for $5.00. Certificates will be
awarded for successful completion of classes. Register at
Moses Lake Parks & Recreation or at the Larson Recreation
Center. Class sizes are limited, so please register early.
Moses Lake Ice Rink
Teen/Adults (15 years and older)
If you have ever wanted to learn how to skate or you'd like to
perfect the skills you have developed over the years, we can
help! Instructors make every effort to structure the class to the
benefit of all students through group and individual teaching.
Number of instructors and actual class format will depend on
how many skaters enroll and the level of the class.
Semi-Private Skate Lessons
Two students per instructor, designed to give students more
one-on-one time with the instructor. Students are generally
paired with those of similar skill levels. Fee is $90.00 per person. Space is limited.
Mondays
Session 1: Nov 7, 14, 21, 28, Dec 5 & 12, 2016
Session 2: Jan 9, 16, 23, 30, Feb 6 & 13, 2017
Class
Snow Plow Sam
Basic 1
Basic 1
Basic 2 & 3, Semi-Private
Teen/Adult, Semi-Private
Time
5:00 pm
5:35 pm
6:10 pm
6:45 pm
7:20 pm
Snow Plow Sam (2 - 5 years old)
This class is designed for 2 to 5 year olds who have little or
no formal instruction or experience. Students will learn such
basics as falling down, getting up, standing, marching in place,
marching forward, small hops, and turn arounds.
Basic 1 (5 years and older)
For skaters who need to learn the basics - falling down, getting
up, marching forward, gliding and forwards and backwards
swizzles. Some games may be incorporated into a smaller
portion of the session.
Basic 2 & 3 (5 years and older)
Mastering the skills learned in Basic 1 will be emphasized in
this level. Students will focus on forward stroking and crossovers, forward and backward glides using one and two feet,
moving snow-plow stops and swizzle pumps. Note: Forward
crossovers are very difficult to learn and more than one or two
sessions may be necessary to move to the next level.
Ice Rink Rental
The Ice Rink may be rented for hockey, broomball or recreational skating for $125.00 per hour for organizations in the
98837 zip code and $200.00 for non-local organizations. For
recreational skating only, 10 ice skate rentals will be included
with every hour purchased. Additional skates may be rented
for $5.00 per pair. Combine rented hours over multiple days
throughout the season for additional savings. Skates must
be used at time of rental, no cash value for unused skates.
Please contact the Moses Lake Parks & Recreation office at
764-3807 for more details and availability.
BMX Track
The Moses Lake BMX track is open year round from 8:00 am
to sunset. ABA sanctioned races are held by the Moses Lake
BMX organization. For a schedule of events or more information on BMX racing, contact Caleb Johnston at 509-993-3971
or visit www.moseslakebmx.org.
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Registration - General Information
Class confirmation notices will not be sent out. Mark your calendar and consider yourself registered unless otherwise notified.
Please make as many copies of the registration form as needed or go to www.mlrec.com.
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In consideration of your accepting my or my child's entry, I hereby consent to participation in the herein described activity by the child named
herein and I hereby, for myself, my child, my heirs, executors and administrators do hereby, expressly and forever, waive and release any and all
claims against and agree to hold harmless the City of Moses Lake, City of Moses Lake Parks and Recreation Department, Moses Lake School
District 161 and all their respective officers, employees, agents, representatives, successors, or assigns of any kind from any and all claims which
may be made for damages and/or injury to property or persons occasioned by any cause whatsoever, arising as a result of or in connection with
the participation of me or my child in the herein mentioned activity. By participating in the herein mentioned activity, I or my child understand the
potential risk for injury. Permission is granted to photograph my child(ren), and/or myself for use by City of Moses Lake Parks and Recreation, in
conjunction with promotion of the City of Moses Lake Parks and Recreation facilities and programs. The photographs may be used by the City
of Moses Lake in any publication produced by the City of Moses Lake.
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Our Parks & Facilities
Boy Scouts 509-453-4795
Camp Fire
509-663-1609
Fairgrounds
765-3581
AAU Basketball
750-5104
Columbia Basin Allied Arts
793-2059
A.I.M. Gymnastics
765-0452
Chamber of Commerce
765-7888
COMMUNITY RESOURCES
Girl Scouts 1-800-827-9478
Boys & Girls Club 764-9694
Youth Dynamics
765-4184
Manta Ray Swim Team
989-5520
Columbia Basin Youth Soccer
431-4240
Community Schools
766-2650
Moses Lake Grid Kids
750-6499
Grant Transit Authority
765-0898
OUR PARKS & FACILITIES
1. Municipal Airport Property - 11905 Road 4 NE (67.6 acres)
2. Basin Homes Park - 1201 N Paxson Dr. (1.5 acres with 8.5 undeveloped) - Neighborhood park site and native walking trail.
2. Basin Homes Dog Park - Corner of Central & Paxson (1 acre) - Fenced, off-leash dog park with separate areas for small and
large dogs. Includes grassy area, dog play equipment, benches and tables.
3. Barrington Point Park - Paxson Drive & Rambler Street (.5 acres undeveloped) - Future neighborhood park site.
4.Blue Heron Park – 111 Westshore Drive (24 acres with 54 acres undeveloped) - Waterfront park with shoreline access. Picnic
shelter rental, restrooms, boat launch, and fishing bridge. Playground area, unsupervised swim area, additional picnic areas
with BBQ Grills, and a Nine Hole Disc Golf Course. Native walking trails, trail system for walking and biking, wetland areas,
wildlife habitat and viewing.
5. Carl T. Ahlers Park - 500 W. 3rd Avenue (.5 acres) - Park picnic area.
6.Carpenter Park - 1522 Lee Street (1.5 acres) - Youth baseball/soccer practice fields, playground area, basketball court, and
picnic area with BBQ Grill.
7.Cascade Park - 2001 Valley Road - (30 acres) - Waterfront park with shoreline access. Boat launch, boat day moorage
docks, fishing, restrooms and swimming area. Day use area, campground, soccer fields and seasonal T-ball fields. Picnic
shelter rentals, playground areas, and additional picnic areas with BBQ Grills.
7. Cascade Campground - 2001 Valley Road (30 acres) - Waterfront campground with on-site caretaker. 41 RV sites (water/
electricity), 32 tent sites (water) and one ADA tent site. RV dump station, bathhouse/restrooms, and overnight boat moorage.
7.Levi Kvamme Soccer Complex - 2001 Valley Road - Youth and adult competitive soccer fields. 1 regulation size and 5 modified fields.
8.Civic Center Park - 411 S. Balsam Street (9 acres) - Open park area with picnic tables, benches and restrooms. WSU Grant/
Adams Master Gardeners Drought Tolerant Demonstration Garden area. Moses Lake Civic Center building, City Hall Administration, Finance and Utilities. Moses Lake Parks & Recreation Office, Moses Lake Museum & Art Center, Police Department,
Engineering and Community Development offices. The Moses Lake Public Library and Chamber of Commerce building.
9.Community Garden - 317 Alder Street - (1 acre) - 65 raised garden plots. Greenhouse, tool shed, portable restrooms and
water system on site.
10. Crossroads Park - 1600 Truman Drive (3.65 acres) - Neighborhood park site.
11. Gillette Park - 205 E. 11th Avenue (1 acre) - Playground and picnic area.
12. Golden Gate Park - Marina Drive & Holm Street (9 acres undeveloped) A wetland area. Natural wildlife habitat.
13. Harrison K. Dano Park - 501 S. Paxson Drive (4.75 acres) - Two modified size soccer fields, picnic area and portable restrooms.
14. Hayden Park - 1108 St. Helens Avenue (.5 acres) - Playground and picnic area.
15.Japanese Peace Garden and Park - 800 Alder Street (4 acres) - Open park area with picnic tables and restrooms. As you
stroll through the garden, the Torii Gate, Bamboo Tea Hut and landscape give visitors a tranquil place to meditate and enjoy
the sights and sounds of the garden. Its ponds, stream and waterfall are home to colorful Koi. The Japanese lanterns, granite
pagoda and stone walking path add to the Peace Garden’s natural beauty. This facility is seasonal.
16. John E. Calbom Island Park - Lewis Horn and Parker Horn (5 acres) - Natural wildlife habitat with wildlife viewing.
17. Juniper Park - 902 Juniper Drive (.5 acres) - Playground and picnic area.
18. Knolls Vista Park - 444 Knolls Vista Drive (4 acres) - Youth baseball field, restrooms, and basketball court. Playground and
picnic area.
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19. Laguna Park - Sage & Laguna (.5 acres developed and 6.5 acres undeveloped) - Neighborhood park site.
20. Lakeview Park - 802 S. Clover Drive (5 acres) - Youth baseball field, restrooms, playground and picnic area.
21.Larson Playfield - 2501 W. Broadway Avenue (18 acres) - Lighted baseball and softball complex. Playground and picnic
area. Restrooms and batting cage. Home of the 2000, 2009 & 2013 Babe Ruth World Series.
22. Larson Recreation Center - 610 Yakima Avenue - Temporarily Closed - (7.5 acres) - Concessions, indoor batting cages,
arcade games, youth party room, The LOFT, Ice Rink, BMX Track and RC Track.
22.Seasonal Ice Rink/Roller Rink - 610 Yakima Avenue - Open November through February. Ice skating lessons, hockey program and skate rentals.
22. The LOFT - 610 Yakima Avenue - Temporarily Closed - A youth study center with computers available to access the web.
22. ML BMX Track - 610 Yakima Avenue - Sanctioned 1200’ track, three turns, automatic start gate and portable restrooms.
22. RC Track - 610 Yakima Avenue - (1 acre) - The 760’ Off Road Track features a remote control operators area to power up and
perform maintenance and repairs. Built with a rock crawler area that adds different challenges for drivers, who can view their
runs from the drivers area.
23. Longview Park - Longview Street & Sunny Drive (5 acres undeveloped) - Future neighborhood park site.
24. Lower Peninsula Park - 3919 Peninsula Drive (9 acres with 13 acres undeveloped) - Waterfront park with shoreline
access. Boat launch, fishing, picnic areas, and restrooms. Natural trails, wildlife habitat and wildlife viewing. A 9 hole disc golf course.
25. Marina Park - 1414 Marina Drive (.5 acres) - Waterfront park with shoreline access. Picnic areas and fishing.
26.McCosh Park - 401 W. 4th Avenue - (22 acres) - Waterfront park with shoreline access. Water Park, Amphitheater, lighted
tennis courts, basketball courts and picnic areas. Picnic shelter rental, playground areas, restrooms and walking paths. Special events - Moses Lake Spring Festival, Farmers Market, Manta Ray swim meet.
26.Surf ‘n Slide Water Park - 401 4th Avenue - Olympic size pool with zero-depth area. Water slides, water features, sand volleyball courts and playground area. Surf the Flowrider, play in the youth splash pad and float around the Lazy River. Bathhouse,
restrooms, aquatic sales area, concessions and shelter rental available. Grassy picnic areas with chairs and lounge chairs on
site. Open Memorial Day weekend - Labor Day weekend.
26.Centennial Amphitheater - 999 Dogwood Street - Performing Arts stage. Home to the Free Summer Concert Series and
Movies in the Park which is temporarily on hold. Concerts feature a variety of music and styles. Features a casual grassy bowl
seating area. Spectators enjoy the view, performances and shows, with the lake serving as a beautiful backdrop.
27.Montlake Park - 401 Linden Avenue (10 acres) - Waterfront park with shoreline access. Boat launch, day moorage, fishing,
picnic areas, and restrooms. Picnic Shelter rental, playground area, natural trails, wildlife habitat and wildlife viewing.
28. Moses Lake Museum & Art Center - 401 S. Balsam Avenue - The museum features long term and traveling
historical exhibits, museum store, art gallery and the prestigious Adam East Collection of Native American artifacts. Special
events and classes as scheduled.
29. Neppel Landing - 104 S. Alder Street (2.5 acres) - Waterfront park with shoreline access. Kayak and Canoe rack.
Boat day moorage dock, fishing and picnic shelter. Trail system walking and biking path.
30. Paul Lauzier Athletic Complex - 933 Central Drive (34 acres) - Lighted multi-use facility which includes baseball, softball, and soccer fields. Playground, restrooms, concessions, basketball court and picnic areas.
31. Peninsula Park - Texas Street & Russell Street (1 acre) - Playground area. Basketball court and picnic areas.
32. Power Pointe Park - 1647 Beaumont Street (2.65 acres) - Open neighborhood park area.
33. Sinkiuse Square - 306 Ash Street (.5 acres) - Performing Arts Stage with annual special events scheduled. A casual grassy
seating area, game tables, restrooms and fountain give the downtown area a place for people to enjoy the outdoors. Enjoy the two (2) new electric vehicle charging stations.
34.Moses Lake Skate Park - 414 W. 4th Avenue (.5 acres) - 1,900 Square Feet of Hard Surface area. Combo Half Pipe, Quarter
Pipe, Bank Ramp, Hump Ramp, Fly Box, Slider Rails and portable restroom.
35. The Learning Center - 701 Penn Street (1 acre) - The 6,000 sq. ft. building provides space for a variety of youth and adult programs. The facility features the ability to program cultural and recreational activities.
35. Three Ponds Wetland Park - 800 Alder Street (12 acres) - A wetland area. Natural wildlife habitat with viewing areas
from the Japanese Peace Garden and deck located on Seventh Avenue and Division Street.
36.Vista Park - 1101 Evelyn Drive (2.65 acres) - Neighborhood park with open park area.
37. Vista Park II - Central & Evelyn (5 acres undeveloped) - Future neighborhood park site.
38. Yonezawa Park - 300 W. Yonezawa Boulevard. (5 acres) - Regulation size soccer field, picnic area, playground, fitness
stations and portable restrooms.
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