FEBRUARY 26, 2019
Welcome to the Parks & Recreation Roundup, a bi-monthly publication aimed at
keeping the community informed on our programs, events, and partnerships
Triple Crown Sports Proposal
Triple Crown Sports has requested limited use of the Emerald Park Sports Complex for five youth baseball tournaments (19 days) annually. The tournaments would take place June through August in 2019 and 2020. This topic is on the agenda for tonight's City Council Meeting, and the public is invited to attend to learn more about the proposal and provide feedback.
Teens On Tour | March 14-15
With the next round of Parent/Teacher conferences quickly approaching, are you searching for a fun activity for your Middle School student during the days off? Teens on Tour will be heading down to Colorado Springs and staying overnight at the Great Wolf Lodge on March 14-15. Your kids will have a blast splashing and sliding at the lodge's indoor water park.
Commercial Operator Permits
On March 13, the Parks and Recreation Commission will review all commercial river operations and requests for business on the Yampa River for 2019. All businesses renewing their annual operation permit, and any new business interested in applying for commercial operations on the Yampa River, must submit their requests to Parks and Recreation by March 1, 2019.
SERVES Program Recognized
Earlier this month, The Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs was recognized by the Colorado Youth Tennis Foundation for their SERVES program. The program is funded by the Colorado Youth Tennis Foundation and helps provide free tennis instruction to youth from culturally diverse communities. Last year SERVES hosted three six-week session for a total of 12 kids in Steamboat.
Sunday Funday at Howelsen
Howelsen Hill hosts Sunday Funday on March 3. This enhanced Ski Free Sunday will include $5 locally brewed beers from Mountain Tap Brewery, exclusive Howelsen Hill merchandise from Ohana, and free demos from Harvest Skis. Enjoy live music by Morning Side String Band and outdoor BBQ with all the fixings. Proceeds benefit the Howelsen Hill Endowment Fund.
Steamboat Wranglers
The Steamboat Wranglers host the Utah Outliers in a three-game series March 1-3 at the Howelsen Ice Complex. Help cheer on the home team and catch all of the hard-hitting action. The puck drops at 7:30 PM on Friday and Saturday, and 11:30 AM on Sunday. Tickets can be purchased at the door and prices are $10 for Adults and $5 for Youth and Students.
Winter Sports Club
Howelsen Hill is home to the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, a local non-profit that provides sports and development programming for over 1,000 youth athletes annually. The SSWSC was founded more than a century ago in 1914, and is one of the oldest winter sports clubs in the USA. To date, the SSWSC has produced a total of 95 Olympic athletes, quite a track record.
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