Summer in the City

Summer in the City

Harkin, Sue
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ACTIVE KIDS ARE FIT KIDS
Looking for a fun way to keep your kids active this summer? The Bozeman Recreation Department's new structure of affordable recreation programs for youth ages 6 to 15 will offer blocks of active programs from 8 am to noon and from 1-5 pm. All programs have exciting themes like Adventure Camp, Sports Sampler, and Toy and Game Designs and will include active cooperative games, surprise adventures, and craft components. City recreation programs are inclusive, and everyone participates on an equal basis. All youth looking for an adventure should check out the children�s triathlon on June 21, the Sweet Pea children's run August 2, and the backpacking trips to six lakes. Call the City of Bozeman Recreation Department 582-2290 for Bogert Pool, Swim Center, or Recreation program information.

PRESCHOOL LITTLE EXPLORERS is an opportunity for youth two to six years old and their parents to explore the wonderful community we live in. There is sure to be a Friday-morning outing suited just for you. Try Touch-a-Truck day, Forest Service field day, a Fish Technology Center tour, or a visit to Amaltheia Dairy. There are also 75 different recreation class offerings for kids two to five years old, including Burst the Bubble, Creepy Crawlers, Dino-Mite Dinosaurs, Exploring the Senses, Fun on the Farm, Music and Movement, Princess Class, Science & Nature, and Soccer Class. Each helps preschoolers develop physical and social skills.

COMMUNITY RECREATION OPPORTUNITIES WEBSITE
Did you know the Recreation and Parks Advisory Board maintains a website of information about recreational activities hosted by nonprofit groups in the Bozeman area? The site features sport and recreation groups, a calendar of upcoming events, listing of the Bozeman City Parks, park and facility reservation information, and 102 community recreation groups and their program and contact information. If you are a recreation group and would like it to be on the site, contact Sue Harkin at 582-2290 or [email protected].
Sue Harkin is the city's recreation superintendent.
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