2012 Spring/Summer - City of Moorhead


2012 Spring/Summer - City of Moorhead

2012 Spring/Summer

2012 Spring/Summer

Youth and and Adult

Programs and and Activities



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We are now

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for youth

ages 4-19.

The Tri-City

Storm Soccer Club is the

largest, oldest and most comprehensive

club in the Fargo-Moorhead-West Fargo area.

Programs are designed to offer players of all

skill levels the proper environment for them to

learn and enjoy soccer. These programs follow

the guidelines developed by soccer professionals

in the United States Youth Soccer organization.




Party Place

Birthday Parties are a blast at the

Games Galore Party Zone!

A special birthday chair!

Have the entire facility

for 2 1/2 hours!

Monday - Thursday


Friday - Sunday


Fridge/Freezer • Two Pizza Ovens • Up to 15 kids

allowed • All Paper Products Provided • Adults Welcome

Dave Lerud or Corey Heiser • 701-373-0104

922 40th St N • Fargo • www.fargo-games-galore.com

The mission of

Moorhead Parks and Recreation

is to enrich the lives of its citizens

by providing a comprehensive

system of parks and affordable,

diverse recreation programs that

encourage health, fitness,

relaxation, and cultural

enrichment, as well as providing

opportunities for community


Moorhead Parks and Recreation has

adopted a tobacco-free policy!

The policy states that no person shall

smoke cigarettes, cigars, pipes, or other

tobacco-related products or dispose of

pipe ash, cigarette butts, or any other

tobacco-related waste while in

specific areas. These areas

include (but are not limited to) parks,

playgrounds, skating rinks, athletic

fields, pools, dog park,

and walking and biking paths.

Specific events may also be

designated a tobacco free event.

(218) 299-5340

Table Of Contents

General Information...................................1-3

Recreation Programs





Golf Lessons........................................9

Park Programs...................................10

Sports Sampler...................................11

Swim Lessons...............................12-13


Tae Kwon Do......................................15


Special Events

Celtic Festival.....................................17

Dog Swim...........................................17

Greater Moorhead Days.....................18

Ice Show.............................................18

Nordic Footprints................................19


Streets Alive.......................................19

Summer Splash..................................21

Watermelon Festival...........................21


Bocce Courts......................................22

Comstock House................................22

Disc Golf.............................................23

Golf Courses.................................23-25

Hjemkomst Center.............................26

Park Rentals......................................27


Pool Rentals......................................29

Additional Activities

Gooseberry Park Players...................30

Historical and Cultural Society...........31

Horseshoe Leagues...........................31


River Activities....................................32

Senior Connections.......................33-34

Special Olympics................................35

Trollwood Performing Arts School.....36


Registration Form........................................38

Map Key & Facility Listings....................39-40


General Information

General Information

Moorhead Parks and Recreation Office

Located in the Sports Center Lobby

324 24 St S • Moorhead, MN 56560

Phone: (218) 299-5340 • Fax: (218) 299-5212

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-4:30 pm

Register Online: www.cityofmoorhead.com/registerparks

Website: www.cityofmoorhead.com/parks

E-mail: parkandrec@ci.moorhead.mn.us

Refund Policy

Notification to the Moorhead Parks and Recreation

Department is required 48 hours before the first class

for a refund to be issued.

For program updates and weather information, please call our

hotline number, visit our website or check us out on facebook!



Holly Heitkamp - Recreation Division Manager

Gary Prosser - Recreation Program Supervisor

Melissa Discher - Recreation Program Supervisor

Tara Ekren - Special Events Coordinator

Dawn Franklin - Figure Skating Coordinator

Barb Chamberlain - Aquatics Instructor Coordinator

Karen Stremick - Office Specialist


Barry Warren - Recreational Facility Specialist Manager

Chris Greff - Assistant Recreation Facility Specialist

Adam Steinbeisser - Facility Maintenance


Michelle Griffin - Assistant Facility Specialist

Julie Marxen - Senior Connections

Dennis Sollid - Facility Maintenance

Hotline: (218) 236-0627 • www.cityofmoorhead.com



Corey Herlickson - Golf Professional/The Meadows

Todd Grimm - Golf Course Superintendent/The Meadows

Russ Nelson - Golf Professional/Village Green

Rick Dauner - Golf Course Superintendent/Village Green

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Park Board Members

Brenda Elmer

Bradley Leeser

Sharon Ferris

Kay Litch

Cassandra Lougheed

Larry Seljevold

Janeen Stenso

Nancy Otto-Alternate



Ellen Hopkins Rec Office........(218) 299-5338

Golf Courses............ (218) 299-PUTT (7888)

Hjemkomst Center................ (218) 299-5515

Municipal Pool...................... (218) 299-5364

Parks and Recreation Office. (218) 299-5340

Park Office Hotline................... (218) 236-0627

Sports Center ........................(218) 299-5354

Sports Center Hotline........... (218) 299-5353


Alm....................................... (218) 299-5359

Arrowhead............................ (218) 299-5008

Bennett................................. (218) 299-5145

Hansmann............................ (218) 299-5190

Lamb.................................... (218) 299-5360

Morningside.......................... (218) 299-5362

Northeast.............................. (218) 299-5361

Ridgewood............................ (218) 299-5196

Riverview Estates................. (218) 299-5345

Romkey................................. (218) 299-5361

South.................................... (218) 299-5359

Village Green........................ (218) 299-5197

(218) 299-5340


Everyone can play! RSVP Metro Youth

Partnership has scholarships available for

young people from Moorhead, Fargo and

West Fargo, grades K-12, to participate in


the activities of their choice.

Registration fees, activity fees, supplies,

and equipment may be covered by a

scholarship. Youth who cannot cover these

costs may call or e-mail for a scholarship

application at (701) 231-5552 or



Sponsor a child’s scholarship today!

Donate to:

RSVP Metro Youth Partnership Dept. 2020

PO Box 6050, Fargo, ND 58108-6050

or online at www.metroyouthpartnership.org

Moorhead Named

Playful City USA!

Playful City USA is a national recognition

program honoring cities and towns that make

play a priority and use innovative programs to

get children active, playing, and healthy.

Moorhead is one of 151 cities that received this

recognition from the nonprofit group KaBOOM!



Adaptive Aquatics

Adapted recreational swimming lessons are available for youth and teens with disabilities at the

Moorhead Municipal Pool. Participants will enjoy water play, games, instruction in swimming skills and

other water activities. Any participant needing one on one assistance will need to have a

Personal Care Attendant in the water with them. This program provides a 4 to 1 participant-staff


Code # Dates Days Time Age Location Fee

ADAQ July 10-July 26 Tuesday 4:30-5:30 pm 7+ Municipal $37




Make up days for inclement weather: July 31, August 1 & 2

Registration deadline: June 22

Min 4/Max 12

Adaptive Summer Day Camp

This program provides a unique experience for participants with varying skill levels to participate in

recreation and socialization. This camp offers a variety of fun activities including swimming, bowling,

golf, organized games, special events and arts and crafts. Participants will also have the opportunity

to attend the Special Olympics Bocce Ball event in July.

Transportation: Any participant attending summer school has the opportunity to be dropped off by the school bus

at program location. Please indicate that you would like this service when you enroll for camp.

This camp will provide a 5 to 1 participant-staff ratio. Personal Care Attendants are

encouraged to participate with any youth that needs one on one attention.

Code # Dates Days Time Age Location Fee

ADSC June 12 -

August 2

Registration deadline: May 11

Min 10/Max 25




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12:00-4:00 pm 10+ Romkey Park $42.50

No program July 4

Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo have developed a partnership to provide

programs to individuals of all ages who have special needs.

Happy Rollers

Support leisure group open to anyone with Multiple Sclerosis.

Summer Camps

These programs are for children with special needs ages 4-20.

Tae Kwon Do

Designed for children with special needs ages 5-18.

Coed Softball League

June-August. For program information

or to register call

Scott Fredrickson at

(701) 499-6089.

Preschool Art Program

This program is a fun way for kids to express their creativity. Activities will include painting, drawing,

collages and construction projects.

Code # Dates Days Time Location Age Fee

ART301 August 6 Monday 10:00-11:00 am Lamb 3 $8

ART302 August 13


ART401 August 7-9 Tuesday- 10:00-11:00 am 4-5 $12

ART402 August 14-16 Thursday

Registration Deadline: July 13

Min 6/Max 12

Kids Art Program

Explore your creative side while meeting new friends!

Experiment with a variety of 2-D and 3-D art materials and

create projects that are inspired by well-known artists and yourself.

Code # Dates Days Time Location Age Fee

ART601 August 6-16 Monday- 12:30-1:30 pm Lamb 6-8 $28

ART901 Thursday 2:30-4:30 pm Park 9-13 $35

Registration Deadline: July 13

Min 8/Max 15

(218) 299-5340

For information on programs

offered, contact (701) 433-5360




Big Bopper Baseball

Code # Dates Days Time Park Location Age Fee

BBH June 4 - Monday 5:15- Hansmann 5






July 11



July 4)



6:00 pm



Southside Regional

Village Green

(must be 5 years

old by first day of

program or just



Big Bopper is a seven week program for 5 year old boys and girls. The emphasis will be on

teamwork and fundamentals. Enrollment is limited to a maximum of 24 participants at each of the

neighborhood parks and 88 participants at Southside Regional Park. Once maximum numbers

are reached, registration will be closed. Coaches are needed, please call (218) 299-5078 if you are

interested in volunteer coaching. (There will be no make-up dates for Big Bopper.)



Dates Practice


May 14-July 18

No program

May 28 and July 4


6:15 or 7:15 pm

1 hour

(to be assigned)

Dates Practice


May 15-July 19 Tuesday

6:15 or 7:15 pm

1 hour

(to be assigned)




6:15 or 7:15 pm

1 hour

(to be assigned)




6:15 or 7:15 pm

1 hour

(to be assigned)

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Grade Fee

1st grade

(register for

grade just


Grade Fee

2nd & 3rd grade

(register for

grade just




$55.50 after

March 14



$55.50 after

March 14

T-Ball and Pop-Up teaches the basic fundamentals and teamwork of baseball for boys and girls

in first, second and third grades.

T-Ball/Pop-Up Practice Locations: Hansmann, Lamb, Ridgewood, Riverview Estates, Southside

Regional and Village Green. (Please indicate desired practice location on the registration form.)

T-Ball/Pop-Up Game Locations: Ridgewood, Southside Regional and Village Green

Make-up week: The last week of each level will be used as a make-up week for games cancelled

due to inclement weather during the regular season.

Registration Deadline: The registration deadline is March 14. After the March 14 deadline, the

registration fee will be increased to $55.50. Participants will then be placed on teams where space is


Practice/game times will be assigned. Team Rosters will be posted in the Moorhead Sports Center

Lobby, 324 24th St S, from 4:00-6:00 pm on Thursday, April 12.

All fitness levels are welcome to participate!

All Levels Yoga

All Levels Yoga is brought to you by certified YogaFit instructors. This class is designed

to improve health, performance, and mental acuity. Based on the ancient fitness

science of hatha yoga, it blends balance, strength, flexibility and power in a fitness

format. The YogaFit style reduces the risk of injury and augments recovery for

ailments including stress, lower back pain and tension. Yoga Mat is required.

Code # Dates Day Time Age Location Fee

FY02M Feb 20-April 9 Monday 6:00-7:00 pm 16+ Community $40

FY04M April 16-June 11

Life Center

FY06M June 18-Aug 6

FY08M Aug 13-Oct 8

FY02S Feb 25-April 7 Saturday 9:00-10:00 am $30

FY04S April 14-May 19

Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to start of class ▪ Min 8 ▪ No class: March 24, May 28 & Sept 3

Pre/Post Natal Yoga NEW!

Classic yoga poses have been selected specifically for use during pregnancy and the postpartum

period by a board certified obstetrician/gynecologist in this Pre-Postnatal Yoga class. The poses are

linked in a gentle “flow” style of simple Yoga that is safe throughout all trimesters of pregnancy. Poses

to help relieve the aches and pains of pregnancy, from morning sickness to early labor pains are

included. Breathing techniques and pelvic floor exercises that you will find valuable during labor and

delivery are stressed. The Postpartum poses are linked in a specific order designed to follow the

natural healing path of a mother’s body after delivery. Nurture yourself and feel connected to your

baby throughout your pregnancy in Pre/Post Natal Yoga. Yoga Mat is required.

Code # Dates Day Time Age Location Fee

FPY04 April 3-May 22 Tuesdays 7:15-8:15 pm 16+ Community

FPY05 May 29-July 24

Life Center

FPY07 July 31-Sept 18

Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to start of class ▪ Min 8 ▪ No class: July 3

Cardio Kick

This is not your run-of-the-mill aerobics class. Punch, kick and grunt your stress away with this

electric fusion of cardio, strength and core training. Kickboxing combinations intermixed with strength

and conditioning moves will leave you feeling empowered and exhilarated. No matter your fitness level

or experience, this 45 minute group conditioning class will physically prepare you for whatever punches

life throws your way.

Code # Dates Day Time Age Location Fee

FCK02 Feb 21- Tuesday 6:00- 16+ Community Life Center $27

March 27

6:45 pm

Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to start of class ▪ Min 8

(218) 299-5340





5K Your Way!

Completing a 5K race is a powerful but realistic fitness goal for people of all fitness levels. The

problem is, most people embark in a running program without professional guidance and end up

getting injured and frustrated. Certified personal trainer, Molly Klein, will be meeting with you once a

week for eight weeks to motivate and coach you to completing your first 5k ‘your way’. In your weekly

training sessions, you will be participating in a group run/walk along with receiving nutrition and

additional fitness coaching that supports your goal of running. This eight week training program puts

you on pace to participate in the Fargo Marathon 5k Run Fun on Friday, May 18th.

Participants should have the ability to walk for 25-30 continuous minutes prior

to participation in the 5k Your Way training program.

Code # Dates Day Time Age Location Fee

F5K03 March 27- Tuesday 7:15- 16+ Community Life Center $48

May 15

8:00 pm

Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to start of class ▪ Min 8


R.I.P.P.E.D. – The One Stop Body Shock is a “Plateau Proof Fitness Formula” that helps you to

create continuity, consistency and challenge in each and every R.I.P.P.E.D. class. It is Plateau Proof,

because each component of the workout provides a uniquely different emphasis or system response,

so your body never gets accustomed to the constantly changing format. R.I.P.P.E.D.--- Resistance,

Intervals, Power, Plyometrics and Endurance as the workout portion along with diet suggestions to

help you attain and maintain your physique in ways that are fun, safe, doable and extremely effective.

Code # Dates Day Time Age Location Fee

FR04 April 3-May 22 Tuesday 6:00- 16+ Community Life Center $37

FR05 May 29-July 24

6:50 pm

FR07 July 31-Sept 18

Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to start of class ▪ Min 8 ▪ No class: July 3


Are you ready to party yourself in shape? Join us for the hottest

fitness craze in the nation! When participants see a Zumba class in

action, they can’t wait to give it a try. Zumba classes feature exotic

rhythms set to high-energy Latin and International beats. Before

participants know it, they’re getting fit and their energy levels are

soaring! There is no other fitness class like it!

Code # Dates Day Time Age Location Fee

FZ02T Feb 23-April 12 Thursday 6:00-7:00 pm 16+ Community $40

FZ04T April 19-June 7

Life Center

FZ06T June 14-Aug 2

FZ08T Aug 9-Sept 27

FZ02S Feb 25-April 7 Saturday 10:15-11:15 am $30

FZ04S April 14-May 19

Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to start of class ▪ Min 8 ▪ No class: March 24

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Lil’ Linkers

This six week program will introduce young or beginning golfers to the basic principles of golf through

small group instruction and fun activities. Four stations will be utilized for instruction on putting,

chipping, pitching and the driving range. When finished with the class, golfers will have learned the

basic rules of golf, golf etiquette and will have played the golf course once.

Code# Dates Days Time Location Age Fee

G1L1 June 7 - Thursday 8:00-8:45 am The Meadows 4-6 $24.00

G1L2 July 12

9:00-9:45 am Max 40

Weather related make up dates are July 2 & 10

Junior Golf Lessons

Please Note: Golf clubs are not provided at lessons.

The Meadows and Village Green: The goal of this program is to introduce juniors to the game of golf

through basic instruction, activities and games. Weekly lessons include basic swing, fundamentals,

grip, stance, posture, aim, driving, tee-shots, rules and etiquette.

Code# Dates Days Time Location Age Fee

G1V1 June 4- Monday 8:00-9:30 am Village Green

G1V2 July 16

9:30-11:00 am Max 60

G1V3 11:00 am-12:30 pm

(218) 299-5340

7-17 $44.00

G1M1 June 7- Thursday 10:00-11:30 am The Meadows 7-17 $44.00

G1M2 July 12

11:30 am-1:00 pm Max 60 7-17

THE MEADOWS: Weather related make up dates are July 2 & 10

Adult Leagues

The Meadows

Dates Day Time League Age

May-Aug Mon 6:00 pm Shotgun Couples 18+

April-Sept Tues 6:00 pm Shotgun Mens 18+

April-Sept Wed 6:00 pm Shotgun Mens 18+

April-Aug Thurs 5:00 pm Tee Time Ladies 18+

Dates Day Time League Age

April-Sept Wed 2:30 pm Tee Time Mens 18+

May & Sept



Village Green

9:00 am Tee Time

7:30 am Tee Time

Ladies 18+

Private and group lessons are

available both at The Meadows

and Village Green.

Call (218) 299-PUTT (7888).


Golf Lessons

Park Programs

Summer Park Program

These programs are held at the Neighborhood Recreation Centers located throughout the City.

Recreation leaders provide scheduled activities including organized games, physical fitness, arts &

crafts, field trips and fun educational activities. Each location will provide different activities to meet the

needs and interests of the children participating. A weekly schedule will be posted at each site.

*Bennett Park is supported by the HUD CDBG funds. Please call (218) 299-5340 to determine

if your children are eligible for free participation at this location.

Code # Dates Days Time Age Location Fee

PPALM June 11- Monday- 1:30- 6-11 Alm Park $49.50

PPBEN August 3 Friday 5:00 pm

*Bennett Park

PPHAN Hansmann Park

PPLAM Lamb Park

PPRID Ridgewood Park

PPRIV Riverview Estates Park

PPVIL Village Green Park

Registration Deadline: May 4 No program July 4

Min 10/Max 35

Tiny Treasures

Children will enjoy a morning packed full of fun activities. This program will include physical fitness,

story time, music, art projects, games and learning activities. All children must be toilet trained.

Code # Dates Days Time Age Location Fee

TTRID1 June 18-July 3 Monday- 10:00-11:00 am 3 Ridgewood $15

TTRID2 July 9-July 26


TTHAN June 18-July 26 10:00-11:30 am 4-5 Hansmann $35

TTRIV 10:00-11:30 am 4-5 Riverview Estates $35

TTVIL 10:00-11:30 am 4-5 Village Green $35

Registration Deadline: May 18/June 22 No program July 4 & 5

Min 8/Max 18

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Sports Sampler

Come join us for this new four week program offered to youth ages 4-6 years old. This program will

introduce young children to volleyball, basketball, tennis and wiffle ball. Snacks will be served.

Code # Dates Days Time Age Location Fee

GSS01 August 7-

August 30

Min 10/Max 20





4:00 pm

(218) 299-5340

4-6 Community Life Center $30.00

Moorhead Library Events

Events for All Ages

• Youth Book Club

• Storytimes

• Movies on the Big Screen

• Scrabble Nights

• Adult Book Discussion Group

• Computer Classes

• LEGO Club for Families

• Author Visits

• Travel Talks

Summer Reading Program

• Game Night featuring DDR, Rock Band, Guitar Hero & Mario Kart

Visit www.larl.org for more information on these and other events.

Movies @

Your Library!


Reading Programs

for all ages

Moorhead Library

a branch of Lake Agassiz Regional Library

118 5 th St S │233-7594 │mhreference@larl.org

Hours: Monday-Thursday 9:00 am-9:00 pm

Friday-Saturday 9:00 am-5:30 pm

Sunday 1:00-5:00 pm


Midwest Stickball Adult Leagues Forming Now!

Teams consist of three-five members. Season includes 13 scheduled regular season games and playoffs

in a relaxed and competitive environment. Registration Deadline: May 16th Cost: $25 per player

To register or for more information, contact Adam Yborra at (701) 371-3735




Sports Sampler

Swim Lessons

Learn to swim for fun and safety!

All classes are taught in accordance with the Red Cross standard. All instructors are certified Red

Cross Water Safety Instructors.

Session I



Session II



Session III

July 23-

Aug 3

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Location: Municipal Pool - 800 19th St S

Code# Code# Code# Day Level Time Fee

AS1P1 AS2P1 AS3P1 Monday- Preschool (Age 3-4) 10:45-11:15 am $29

AS1P2 AS2P2 AS3P2 Friday Preschool (Age 3-4) 11:30 am-Noon

AS111 AS211 AS311 1-Water Explore 10:15-11:00 am $33

AS112 AS212 AS312 1-Water Explore 11:15 am-Noon

AS113 AS213 AS313 1-Water Explore 11:15 am-Noon

AS121 AS221 AS321 2-Primary Skills 10:15-11:00 am

AS122 AS222 AS322 2-Primary Skills 10:15-11:00 am

AS123 AS223 AS323 2-Primary Skills 11:15 am-Noon

AS131 AS231 AS331 3-Stroke Readiness 10:15-11:00 am

AS132 AS232 AS332 3-Stroke Readiness 11:15 am-Noon

AS141 AS241 AS341 4-Stroke Development 10:15-11:00 am

AS142 AS242 AS342 4-Stroke Development 11:15 am-Noon

AS151 AS251 AS351 5-Stroke Refinement 10:15-11:00 am


Min 3/Max 6

AS261 AS361 6-Skill Proficiency 11:15 am-Noon

Level Course Content

Preschool Recommended for first time swimmers ages 3-4. Basic skills taught using games, songs and

water toys to provide a fun introduction to swimming and water safety.

Level 1 Enter and exit water safely, float on front and back, submerge to pick up object, explore arm and

hand movement, exhale underwater, explore swimming on front and back, use a life jacket, follow

basic water safety rules.

Level 2 Tread water, glide on front and back, explore swimming on side, rollover from front to back and

back to front, enter water by stepping or jumping from the side, swim on front and back using

combined strokes, perform rhythmic breathing.

Level 3 Jump into deep water from the side, perform rotary breathing, perform butterfly kick and body

motion, change from vertical to horizontal position on front and back, dive from sitting or kneeling

position, swim front crawl, bob with head fully submerged, swim back crawl.

Level 4 Dive from compact or stride position, swim breaststroke, swim underwater, swim elementary

backstroke, perform throwing assists, perform feet-first surface dive, swim on side using scissors

kick, coordinate butterfly, perform open turns on front and back, compact jump from height

wearing a life jacket.

Level 5 Front crawl, elementary backstroke, front flip turn, back crawl, sidestroke, backstroke flip turn,

breaststroke, survival swimming, rescue breathing, tuck and pike surface dives.

Level 6 Level 6 is designed with “menu” options that focus on more advanced courses, including the

personal water safety, lifeguard readiness, fitness swimmer, or other aquatic activities, such as

competitive swimming.


The goal of this program is for the child to enhance comfort in the water and to introduce basic skills

that will help prepare each child to enter the preschool level without parents. Parents will learn tips to

encourage their child’s skill development.

Code # Dates Days Time Age Location Fee

AS1PC June 18-28 Monday-


Min 4/Max 15

Private Swim Lessons

Session I

June 18-21

Session II

June 25-28

Session III

July 9-12


5:30 pm

Session IV

July 16-19

(218) 299-5340

1-3 Municipal


Don’t put off learning to swim any longer. Private Lessons are offered to youth and adults in a relaxed

one on one setting.

Session V

July 23-26

Session VI

July 30-

Aug 2

Code # Code # Code # Code # Code # Code # Time

AS1V1 AS2V1 AS3V1 AS4V1 AS5V1 AS6V1 9:00-9:30 am

AS1V2 AS2V2 AS3V2 AS4V2 AS5V2 AS6V2 9:35-10:05 am

Four 30-minute sessions

Max 6 per session

Age Location Fee

5+ Municipal



Water Exercise

This class is designed to help participants get the maximum muscle resistance with less effort.

Instructor, Barb Chamberlain, provides exercise routines in a fun atmosphere with enjoyable music.

Code # Dates Days Time Punch Card Age Location Fee

AW08 June 18- Monday- 5:30-6:30 pm 8 punches 16+ Municipal $26.50

AW16 August 16 Thursday

16 punches Pool $42.50

AW24 24 punches $58.50

No class: July 3-5



Swim Lessons


Pee Wee Tennis

This short court “pre-beginners” tennis program has been developed to allow youth ages 5-6 to learn

and enjoy tennis. Pee Wee is taught on a smaller court, using shorter racquets and using foam or low

compression balls. All equipment will be provided.

Session I

June 11-

June 28

Session I

June 11-

June 28

Session II

July 9-

July 26

Code # Code# Monday-

T1P1 T2P1 Thursday

Youth Tennis Lessons

Learn the basic skills of tennis quickly with the USA Tennis 1*2*3 lesson format. USA Tennis is open to

all ages in an outdoor, group setting.

Beginners and Advanced Beginners: The recommended age for Beginners is 7-9 and Advanced

Beginners is 10+. Beginners and Advanced Beginners will be evaluated in class. Group lessons will

cover the fundamentals of basic strokes, singles and doubles positioning, and scoring.

Intermediate: This level is for youth who have participated in previous classes. If necessary, the tennis

coordinator will evaluate and reassign according to skill.

Advanced: Participants must have acquired the skills necessary during previous tennis lessons. Group

lessons will cover advanced strokes, singles and doubles strategies, and conditioning drills.

Session II

July 9-

July 26

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Days Time Age Location Fee


8:45 am

Days Time Level Location Fee

Code# Code# Monday-

T1B1 T2B1 Thursday 8:50-9:35 am Beginners I

Max 16






Session I



1:00-1:45 pm

1:50-2:35 pm

Beginners I

Max 16


Beginners II


Max 16

T1AB2 T2AB2 Session II 2:40-3:25 pm Advanced


Beginners II


Max 16

T1i1 T2i1 9:40-10:40 am Intermediate III

Max 12

T1A1 T2A1 10:45-11:45 am Advanced

Max 24

5-6 Moorhead

High School







Tae Kwon Do

“USA Free For All”

Tennis Carnival

Join in a day of tennis fun and games. A variety

of activities testing your skills will be part of the

fun, as well as special prizes and treats. This

event is for boys and girls of all ages and skill


Participants need not be in one of our tennis

programs to participate. Come join in a “Free

For All” tennis carnival. There is no charge.

Date: Friday, June 29

Time: 9:00-11:30 am

Location: 324 24 th St S

Children learn how to reach their full potential through our confidence-building

martial arts program. Master Instructor, Chris Kalsow, provides expert training

in a fun and safe environment to produce positive results. Our belt promotion

curriculum focuses on many areas of Tae Kwon Do, progressively improving

each student’s skills and abilities. Give your child an edge in life and see the

results last forever.

Dates Days Beginner Advanced Adults/

Black Belts





5:30 pm


6:30 pm

(218) 299-5340

6:30-7:30 pm


5:30-6:30 pm


USA Team Tennis

Youth Leagues

USA Team Tennis offers boys and girls

ages 6-18 the opportunity to play on league

teams that emphasize fun, fitness, and

friends. League matches players of similar

age and ability using the Junior National


Dates: Fridays, June 15 - July 20

(no league June 29)

Time: Beginners:

9:00-10:00 am

Intermediate & Advanced:

10:00 am-12:00 pm

All Tennis Programs are held at Moorhead High School Tennis Courts

324 24 th St S

Age Location Fee



& Adv

Mar 6-29 T3BG T3AV T3AD 15+

Apr 3-26

May 1-24

Jun 5-28














Jul 5-31 T7BG T7AV T7AD

Aug 2-28 T8BG T8AV T8AD

Sep 4-27 T9BG T9AV T9AD




Tennis/Tae Kwon Do


5th and 6th Grade Co-Ed Volleyball

Come and join us for this fun and exciting volleyball program designed to give 5th and 6th grade boys and

girls an introduction to a sport they can participate in well into their adult years. This program will be held

on Tuesdays for six weeks. The first three weeks will be instructional, followed by three weeks of games.

Code # Dates Day Time Location Fee

VBY5 Sept 25-Oct 30 Tuesday 4:30-

6:00 pm

Registration Deadline: September 20

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Ellen Hopkins


Adults Fall Co-Rec Volleyball

Registration: Depending on the number of teams registered, teams will be divided into leagues

according to skill level. Team rosters and fees are due to the Moorhead Parks and Recreation Office at

the organizational meeting. Rosters will not be accepted if they are incomplete and/or if all fees have not

been collected.

Dates Day Times Organizational Meeting Game Location Fee

Sept 6

-Nov 1

Thursday 7:30 pm

8:15 pm

9:00 pm

9:45 pm

Thursday, August 2 at

5:00 pm in the Moorhead

Parks and Recreation

Conference Room A

Walking/Running Options in Moorhead

Ellen Hopkins



$276/team plus

$20/player if

9 or more

players on roster

Visit www.cityofmoorhead.com/parks for maps and distances at City parks.

Moorhead Sports Center (324 24th Ave S)

• Indoor (around ice arenas) • Open all year round

• Call (218) 299-5353 for a recorded message of available walking times

• Distance maps are available from the Parks and Recreation Office

Concordia College (901 8th St S)

• Indoor (Olson Forum Track)

• Open to the public from from 6:00 - 8:00 am, 9:30 - 10:30 am, and

12:00 - 1:00 pm Monday - Friday

• Users must register at the desk and track is closed during all academic

breaks and during the summer

Townsite Park (311 10th St S)

• Outdoor (track) • Open May 1 - September 30 • 1/10 mile

Ellen Hopkins Elementary (2020 11th St S)

• Outdoor (track) • Available during spring/summer/fall • 1/4 mile

Horizon Middle School (3601 12th Ave S)

• Outdoor (track) • Available during spring/summer/fall • 3/4 mile

Moorhead High School (2300 4th Ave S)

• Outdoor (track) • Available during spring/summer/fall • 1/4 mile

Celebrate the rich culture of the Celtic Nations!

Saturday, March 17th

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Hjemkomst Center

*Dogs should have collar, carry ID tags,

be properly licensed, vaccinated, and

in good health to participate.

Brittany • Cornwall • Galicia • Ireland

Isle of Man • Wales • Scotland

Free Admission | Entertainment

Stages | Activity Booths | Celtic

Food | Shopping | Presentations


August 20

4 - 7 pm • $2.50 per dog

South Park & Northeast Park Wading Pools

2102 14th St S | 1817 8th Ave N

Proceeds benefit the Moorhead Dog Park

(218) 299-5340


Special Events

Special Events

Watch your mailbox for the

2012-2013 Fall/Winter

brochure for a full list of

activities and event details.

All activities subject to change.

2012 Moorhead Ice Show

March 16 - 7:00 pm

March 17 - 7:00 pm

March 18 - 1:00 pm

Moorhead Sports Center

Tickets: $6.50 (ages 13 and older) $4.50 (ages 4-12)

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7 th -14 th


Kid’s Fest

Car Show

Bocce Challenge

Bonfire and Band

202 1st Ave. N, Moorhead | 218-299-5511 | hcscconline.org | nordiccultureclubs.org


Turn off your engines.

Turn on your hearts.

Join our annual event to spark human

movement! Three miles of downtown Fargo

and Moorhead streets shut down to motorized

traffic so you can walk, run, bike, skate, dance

-- and eat or meet with healthy vendors.

Sunday, July 15th and

Sunday, August 26th, 2012

Noon to 5 p.m.

(218) 299-5340


Special Events

Special Events


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5:30 - 8:00 pm | Memorial Park


Each Tuesday night features a free concert,

horse drawn carriage rides, games and

activities, handmade art and craft vendors,

food vendors, and much more!



Games Galore Inflatable Games



Photo Booth

Tae Kwon Do Demonstration


Band TBA

River Keepers Fishing Clinic



Pony Rides



Petting Zoo

VENDORS NEEDED! Are you a vendor looking for a place to display your

handmade or handcrafted products? Join us at RiverArts. Call (218) 299-5296 to

learn more about being a RiverArts vendor.

Activities subject to change.




Watermelon Festival

July 19

2:00 - 4:00 pm

June 21 • 2:00 - 4:00 pm

Municipal Pool

Games Galore

Inflatable games,

activities, face painting,

fresh watermelon,

and much more!

Gooseberry Park - Large Shelter

(218) 299-5340

Games Galore, water

races, diving contest,

and many other fun

water activities!



Special Events

Bocce/COmstock House

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Bocce Courts

at Romkey Park!

Bocce courts are available during park hours.

Bring your own bocce set and take on your friends!

Historic Comstock House

506 8 th St S, Moorhead • (218) 291-4211

comstockhouse@gomoorhead.com • www.mnhs.org/comstock


Open Memorial Day weekend

through Labor Day weekend

Saturday & Sunday: 1:00-4:30 pm

Thursday: 5:30-8:00 pm

*Closed on Holidays


$6 - Adults

$5 - Seniors and Motor Coach Tours

$4 - Children (ages 6-17)

Free - Children (ages 0-5)

The Comstock House is an 1882 Victorian

Home with the original furnishings of

Moorhead pioneer Solomon G. Comstock.

A State Senator, Comstock is considered the

founder of Minnesota State University

Moorhead, and with his wife Sarah, was

instrumental in establishing the

first public library in Moorhead.

2012 Special Events

Free Admission Open House

Sunday, June 3 rd • 1:00-4:00 pm

Comstock Social

Sunday, August 12 th • 1:00-4:00 pm

Holiday Treats and Tours

Saturday, December 2 nd • 1:00-4:00 pm

Special Event Admission:

$5 for adults and free for children 5 and younger

School and group tours and off site presentations are given throughout the year.

Please call to make arrangements. Please note, the Comstock House is not ADA compliant.


Memorial Riverfront Park

210 8th St N

13-Hole Disc Golf Course

Woodlawn Park

400 Woodlawn Dr

10-Hole Disc Golf Course

Courses are open during regular park hours (10:00 am - 10:00 pm)

and are free to play. No alcohol is allowed.

For more competitive play, join the Fargo-Moorhead Disc Golf League!

Amateur • Pro/Amateur • Professional • Master’s (40+) • Women’s Division

For more information contact Josh Johnson (701) 306-2816.


The Meadows Public Golf Course offers casual dining,

special events, and banquet facilities from April through

September. The upper level bar and grill has windows

and a large patio overlooking the golf course and seats

50. The lower level has two private rooms. The smaller

of the two rooms seats 40, and the larger, with windows

and doors opening to a private patio, seats 64. When

used together, the space accommodates 140.

The Village Green Restaurant seats 80, with space for

an additional 40 people on the patio. An outdoor gas

grill is available.

Full bar service is available at both golf courses. For

more information, call (218) 299-5247.

(218) 299-5340


Disc GOlf/golf courses

Golf Courses

PGA Golf Professional

Corey Herlickson

Golf Course Superintendent

Todd Grimm

(218) 299-PUTT • www.moorheadgolf.com

3421 30 th Ave S, Moorhead

• Driving Range

• Short Game Practice Area

• Scobey’s Tavern and Grill

• 6,763 yards from the back tees

• 5,386 yards from the front tees

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401 34 th St S, Moorhead

• GPS on all golf carts

• Driving Range

• Practice Bunker

• Lockwood’s Tavern and Grill

• 6,863 yards from the back tees

• 5,141 yards from the front tees

PGA Golf Professional

Russ Nelson

Golf Course Superintendent

Rick Dauner

Reserve Tee Times Online



Junior - 17 & under $185.00

Junior pass holders may play all

courses, with the same restrictions as

the restricted pass holders, unless

playing with an adult.

College Pass - Single Course $375.00

College Pass - Both Courses $475.00

College pass holders must tee off before

3:00 pm on weekdays and after 2:00 pm

on weekends.

Restricted - Single Course $375.00

Restricted - Both Courses $475.00

Restricted pass holder must tee off

before 1:00 pm on weekdays or after

4:00 pm on weekends.

Adult - Single Course $575.00

Adult - Both Courses $675.00

Household Pass - Single Course $1000.00

Household Pass - Both Courses $1100.00

Gold Pass $1400.00

Unlimited golf with a riding cart and

practice range valid at both courses

Frequent Players Card


Unlimited Use

All Season!

Tee Times 3 Days in Advance!

$5.00 off 18-Hole Green Fee

$3.00 off 9-Hole Green Fee


Junior 17 years of age and younger

Senior 62 years of age and older

Weekday (9 hole before 1 pm) $12.25

Weekend (9 hole after 4 pm) $13.25

Weekday (18 hole before 1 pm) $19.00

Weekend (18 hole after 4 pm) $21.00

Jr Driving Range Bucket $2.00

(Junior Season Pass holders only)

218-299-PUTT (7888)

2012 Rates


Weekday (9 hole) $19.00

Weekend (9 hole) $20.50

Weekday (18 hole) $26.50

Weekend (18 hole) $30.00

Weekend Twilight $20.50

June 1 - October 31

4:30 - Close - Friday, Saturday, Sunday Only

Weekday Morning Rate $30.00

Tee off before 11:00 am, Monday through

Friday and get 18 holes and cart. No exceptions.

Driving Range Bucket $4.00

Driving Range Punch Card $80.00


Village Green/Meadows

9 hole....................$17.00/$18.50

18 hole..................$26.50/$30.00

Private Cart Use.............$275.00

Pull Carts.................. $3.00/$4.00

Golf Club Rental......$7.00/$10.00

(218) 299-PUTT


Golf Courses

Hjemkomst Center

The Hjemkomst Center

a distinctly unique atmosphere of heritage and style

Banquets • Family Reunions • Wedding Receptions • Meetings

If you are planning a small business meeting or large

wedding reception, let the Hjemkomst Center staff

help make your event a success.

The main reception hall is located adjacent to the

Hjemkomst Ship. With a dance floor and seating

capacity for 300, this room is perfect for banquets

and wedding receptions.

The Hjemkomst Center offers:

▪ Flexible catering options

▪ Bar service ▪ Dance floor

▪ Audio Visual Equipment

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Stave Church

Located on the grounds of the Hjemkomst Center

is the Stave Church, a beautiful symbol of

Norwegian heritage. With intricate woodwork

and spectacular carvings, it offers a truly

unique setting for your event.

Hjemkomst Center

202 1st Avenue North

Moorhead, Minnesota

For more information contact:

Michelle Griffin/Holly Heitkamp

Phone: (218) 299-5515

Fax: (218) 299-5518



Picnic Shelters

Available: May 1 - September 30, 2012

Park Capacity Time Fee

Memorial Park Gazebo 25 10:30 am- $36.00

Gooseberry Park Small Shelter 60 9:30 pm $45.00

Gooseberry Park Large Shelter 300 $150.00

MB Johnson Park Shelter (Indoor/Outdoor) 30/50 $120.00

Park Capacity Time Fee

Alm, Hansmann, Lamb, Morningside,

Northeast, Ridgewood, Riverview Estates,

Romkey, South, Village Green


All reservations must be made 48 hours in advance at the Parks and Recreation Office.

Gooseberry Park Large Shelter Gooseberry Park Small Shelter MB Johnson Park Shelter

Lamb Park NRC

“Miracle Field” adaptive

ball field available at

Southside Regional Park!!

Call the Park Office for

details (218) 299-5340

Neighborhood Recreation Centers (NRC)

Available year round, depending on scheduled park activities and programs.

40 10:30 am-

9:30 pm

(218) 299-5340

Memorial Park Gazebo




Picnic Kit Rental

Picnic Kits are available for individuals or group usage. Rental cost is $10.50/day Monday-Sunday with a

$50.00 refundable deposit. Picnic kits include: kickball, volleyball, basketball, football, frisbee, baseball (bat,

ball, bases) and card games.


Park Rentals


Moorhead Municipal Swimming Pool - 800 19 th St S • (218) 299-5364

This facility has three separate pools to provide a fun experience for all ages. There are two wading

pools with depths ranging from 1’ to 2.5’. The large pool ranges in depth from 3’ to 12’. This heated

6-lane pool has waterslides, a diving area and is handicap accessible. Concessions are available for

your convenience. All lifeguards are

Red Cross certified. Baskets for storage

of personal belongings are available at no


Children 8 years and under must

be accompanied and supervised

by an adult.

Date Days Time Daily Fee Season Passes

June 6- Monday-Sunday General Swim


August 19

12:30-4:30 pm

and 6:30-8:30 pm

Individual $34

July 4 open 12:30-4:30 pm

Family $76

June 6- Monday-Thursday Lap Swim


August 16

5:30-6:30 pm


Season Passes will be sold at the Parks and Recreation Office until June 5. After the pool

opens, passes can only be purchased and issued at the Pool.

Children who are not toilet trained must wear waterproof

diapers at all Moorhead Pool facilities.

Closing Information:

Must be 60˚ and sunny or 65˚ and cloudy for Moorhead pools to open.

Neighborhood Wading Pools

These facilities are located throughout the City. All children must

be supervised by an adult. Small flotation devices are allowed.

There is no lifeguard on duty.

Dates Days Time Parks Regulation

June 6-August 19 Monday-Sunday 1:00-7:00 pm Hansmann Ages 10 years

Northeast and under

July 4 open Ridgewood

12:30-4:30 pm Riverview Estates


Village Green

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Municipal Pool Rental

Dates Days Time Fee

June & July Monday-Sunday 8:45-9:30 pm $48 - includes 2 lifeguards/

max 50 attendees

Saturday & Sunday 11:15 am-Noon

August Monday-Sunday 11:15 am-Noon

$72 - includes 3 lifeguards/

50+ attendees

Neighborhood Wading Pool Rental

No lifeguard will be present during reservation time.

Dates Days Time Park Fee

June-August Monday-Sunday 10:00 am-1:00 pm


7:00-8:00 pm

Availability may vary depending on scheduled pool activities.

(218) 299-5340

Hansmann, Northeast

Ridgewood, Riverview

Estates, South and

Village Green

Floatation devices and water toys are allowed during pool rentals!

Business Presentation Solutions


3331 University Drive South


Your Vision Reality


Design Install Training Service

Grand Forks

1515 DeMers Avenue


Grand Forks 701 -775-1150



Pool Rentals

Gooseberry Park Players

2012 Summer Season

All activities are in the Frances Frazier Comstock Theatre

in the heart of the Concordia College campus.

Kids ages 11 - 18 are invited to participate and there is

no activity fee!

For more information:

Jim Cermak, Managing Director

e-mail: jcermak@cord.edu


Box Office:

(218) 299-3314




Using a GPS receiver and internet access you can

hide and seek treasures

all over the city, state, nation and/or the world!

Go to geocaching.com for more information

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2012 Calendar:

Information Sessions:

April 18 and 19

6:00 to 7:00 pm


May 16 - 18

4:30 to 9:30 pm

*Signup is required


June 4

Opening Night:

July 17


July 18 - 22

A proud

supporter of


Parks and


Hjemkomst Center

Home of the Hjemkomst Viking Ship and the Hopperstad Stave Church Replica as well as changing exhibits

Through March 6, 2012

The Flood of 2009

Opens January 27, 2012

The Boom: 1945 - 1960 in Clay County

The Atomic Age! The Fabulous Fifties! These years are sometimes called the

“Quiet Years,” but they transformed America into the country we live in today.

Through June 18, 2012

Seeds of Victory!

An exhibit about WWII Victory Gardens just in time for spring!

July 21, 2012

Hjemkomst Voyage 30th Reunion

Returning crew members from the Hjemkomst Voyage will sit on a panel to share

their memories and what their lives have been like since the voyage with the public.

Hjemkomst Center

202 1st Ave. N., Moorhead



Museum Hours:

Monday - Saturday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Tuesday, 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Sunday, noon - 5 p.m.

Moorhead Horseshoe League

Dates Days Time Location

May-August Thursday 6:30 pm Memorial Park

• League, State and National Sanction dues are required.

• We are a mixed league which includes men and women,

and juniors ages 6-18.

• No experience needed.

• We are looking for teams or individual players.

• Teams consist of three members and a supporting sponsor,

but there are also teams looking to add individual players.

Beginners Welcome!

44th Annual Allard Trophy Open Horseshoe Tournament

Saturday, June 16, 2012 at Memorial Park

Open to State and Nationally Sanctioned Members.

(Memberships available at the tournament if you are not sanctioned)

For more information regarding leagues or the tournament,

please contact Sandra Carlson at (701) 371-0129 or

check the website at www.moorheadhorseshoe.com

(218) 299-5340


Historical Society/Horseshoe

Pickleball/River Activities


Pickleball is a racquet sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis.

The sport is played on a court with the same dimensions as a doubles badminton court. The

net is lower than most other racquet sports allowing for faster play. The game is played with a

hard paddle and a wiffle ball, making the technique required for Pickleball different than other

sports. www.usapa.org

Locations: Village Green Park - 1 court • Riverview Estates Park - 1 court

Time: Evenings starting at 6:30 pm till dusk

May through September, when wind is less than 20 mph

If interested in participating in Pickleball, contact Bill Krueger at (701) 412-6967 for free

lessons and scheduling daytime playing, or Ann Villanueva at avilla97@cableone.net or Rae

Roseland at (218) 233-5629.

River Activities

Red River Boat Tours

Discover the history, geography, and wildlife of the

Red River from the deck of the S.S. Ruby during a

45-minute narrated tour.

Passengers board the S.S. Ruby under the 1 st Ave

N bridge, adjacent to the Hjemkomst Center, 202 1 st

Ave N, Moorhead.

Canoe/Kayak/Bicycle Rentals

Rent a canoe or kayak and experience the Red

River in downtown Fargo-Moorhead first hand.

Various sized canoes, single or tandem kayaks and

bicycles available.

For rental information, contact River Keepers at

(701) 793-RUBY(7829).

Fishing Access from Moorhead

MB Johnson Park - site has boat ramps and shore fishing primarily at the boat ramp area

North Dam - shore fishing and portage around the dam

Memorial Park - shore fishing is available and commonly done adjacent to the pedestrian bridge,

off the rocks below Usher’s, and off the overlook to the east of the parking lot

First Avenue Bridge - depending on water levels, fishing available off the concrete landing

Gooseberry Park - fishing available adjacent to the pedestrian bridge

River Oaks Park/South Dam - shore fishing

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For more information regarding regular

operating hours and charters or to make

a reservation call (701) 793-RUBY or visit


Senior Connections...

The City of Moorhead sponsors social, educational and recreational programs for citizens 55

and older. Senior Connections is located within the Hjemkomst Center, 202 1 st Ave N and is

open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm with occasional evening and weekend

programs. For more information and/or to receive the Senior Connections newsletter with a full

listing of monthly classes and special events, contact Julie Marxen at (218) 299-5514.


AARP Chapters offer a face - and heart - for AARP locally and provides resources to

strengthen chapter activities. As a strategic link betweeen members, communities and

AARP programs and services, AARP Chapters bring members a variety of community

service, education, leadership and fellowship opportunities.

Chapter meetings are held at the Hjemkomst Center on the third Wednesday of the

month from March through June and again September through December.

Guests are welcome!

For more information call (218) 287-2065.

Free Income Tax Assistance

The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) and the Internal Revenue Services

(IRS) are sponsoring the Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) and Income Tax Assistance for

low income and handicapped persons. Volunteer counselors have been trained by the IRS to

prepare and electronically file your income tax returns for the year 2011.

Beginning February 2, 2012 from 9:00 am-3:00 pm this service will be available on the

following days at the listed locations:


Olivet Lutheran Church, 1330 University Drive, Fargo

Chirst the King Lutheran Church, 1900 14th Street South, Moorhead

Tuesday and Wednesday

Faith Lutheran Church, 127 2nd Avenue East, West Fargo


Hjemkomst Center, 202 1st Avenue North, Moorhead


Olivet Lutheran Church, 1330 University Drive, Fargo

Please bring copies of your 2010 Federal and State returns, any forms for 2011 including

W-2’s, 1099’s and any other relevant materials showing income for 2011 and social security

cards for the taxpayers and all dependents being claimed. There is no charge for this service.

Please do not call the above listed locations with specific tax questions. They are host sites only and

cannot answer tax questions.

(218) 299-5340


Senior Connections

Senior Connections


A hot, nutritious noontime meal is provided by Senior Connections at the Hjemkomst

Center, Monday - Friday at 11:45 am.

WHO: Residents age 60 and over and their spouse (even when under the age of 60) are

eligible to enjoy this meal.

COST: A donation is requested for the meal. Suggested donation is $4.00. Persons under

the age of 60 are required to pay $6.00.

RESERVATIONS: Reservations should be made 24 hours in advance by calling the Food

Site Manager at (218) 299-5519, between the hours of 10:00 am-12:30 pm.

This service is made possible by grants from the West Central Area Agency on Aging under

an approved plan by the Minnesota Board on Aging.


at the Hjemkomst Center

Second Wednesday of each month

~~~~1:00 pm~~~~

~Meals are prepared by Concordia College~

Come join us for an afternoon movie and

treat. The movie is shown on the large

screen in the Oak room.

If you have suggestions for future movies,

be sure to let us know.

For movie titles or to register please call

Julie at (218) 299-5514.


March 28, 2012 • 1:00-3:00 pm • Hjemkomst Center

The Senior Wellness Coalition of Fargo-Moorhead will host a one-half day

wellness seminar covering allergies. Vendors will be on hand to visit with and/or

provide you with information. This seminar is free and open to the public.

Space is limited, please register by calling (218) 299-5514.

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Third Thursday of each month

~~~~8:30 am~~~~

The Breakfast Club at the EasTen Fryn’

Pan is sponsored by Senior Connections

and TRIAD. Each month you will hear guest

speakers on various topics pertaining to

interests and needs of adults 50 and over.

Space is limited. There’s no charge for the

speaker. Breakfast is on your own and can

be ordered off the menu.

For more information and/or to register

please call Julie at (218) 299-5514.

“Special Olympics is a celebration through

human spirit. Through participation in this

year-round program of sports training and

athletic competition, athletes gain confidence

and build a positive self image.”

Track and Field Competition

May 2012Moorhead, MN

250 Athletes • 15 Events

Bocce Ball Competition

July 2012 • Perham, MN

Golf Competition

July 2012 • Alexandria, MN

Special Olympics is a sports training organization

for individuals with intellectual disabilities from the

ages of 8-88 and beyond. The opportunity to

“Inspire Greatness” in these athletes exists in each

and every one of us. Working with the athletes is

an incredibly rewarding experience. The love and

joy they express is something most people never

forget. What we need is a commitment to work with

an enthusiastic team to help these great athletes.

Please contact Deb Reif-Reda at (701) 238-8851 or dreifreda@gmail.com

if you would like to participate as an athlete or volunteer.

(218) 299-5340


Special Olympics


Do more. Be more. Have more fun…

Summer Theatre Arts Programs for Grades K-12 Registration discounts before April 2

Dance, Theatre, Media Arts, Music, Technical Theatre and Performance Opportunities

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(218) 477-6500


A program of Fargo Public Schools

Volunteers help to make our programs and events successful.

You can get involved in a variety of ways.

Call (218) 299-5296 to learn more

about volunteer opportunities.


Arts and Crafts Assistant

Teach arts and crafts to children in the

neighborhood parks during after school

and summer programs.

Junior Recreation Leader Volunteer/Mentor

Youth ages 13-15 are needed to be mentors

to younger youth during park recreation

activities, after-school, and summer programs.

Recreation Aide

Aides for playgrounds and swimming lessons

are needed during the summer months.

Big Bopper Baseball Coaches

Teach the basic fundamentals of baseball

to children 5 years old.

T-Ball/Pop-up Coaches

Teach the basic fundamentals of baseball

to children 6-8 years old.

Lil Linker Golf Instructors

Youth (17 & older) are needed to instruct children

on the basics of golf. Duties include: managing

students, setting up stations, giving basic

instruction, teaching golf etiquette and basic rules.

Special Events

Special Events Assistant

Volunteers needed specifically for Celtic Festival

in March. A variety of shifts and jobs will be

available. Volunteers are also needed for other

special events throughout the year in various

locations at various times.



Pick up litter, rake leaves, and weed flowerbeds

to help keep Moorhead Parks beautiful. Parks

should be cleaned at least once in April and again

in September or October.


Promote a litter-free river! Clean up is

coordinated by Moorhead Parks and Recreation

and River Keepers. There are over 5 miles of river

bank that needs to be cleaned once in April and

again in September or October.


Downtown flowerbeds are available for adoption.

Responsibilities include planting, maintaining, and

cleaning the bed out at the end of the season.

Recognition signage is provided.

Hjemkomst Center

Hjemkomst Center Greeter

Greet and give directions to visitors.

Comstock House

Comstock House Docents

Docents (tour guides) are needed to provide

tours of the historic Comstock House. Must be

18 years old to volunteer.

(218) 299-5340



Registration Form

Moorhead Parks and Recreation - 324 24 th Street South, Moorhead, Minnesota 56560

Phone: (218) 299-5340 Fax: (218) 299-5212

Parents’ Name (First and Last): __________________________________________________

Address: ____________________________ City: _______________ State: ______ Zip: _______

Home Phone: ________________ Work Phone: ________________ Email: _________________

Does the participant have any special needs we should be aware of?_____________________



Program Name Participants Name Date of


T-ball/Pop-up Location: ________________________

Payment Method - Registration is not complete without payment.

Release of Liability

All registrants MUST read and sign the waiver below before participating in any Moorhead Parks and Recreation

Program. In consideration of your accepting me or my child or ward’s entry. I hereby, for myself, my child or ward,

my spouse, heirs, and successors or assigns, waive and release any and all rights and claims that I, my spouse, or

my child or ward may have against the City of Moorhead, its servants, agents, or employees, for any and all

injuries or other damages arising out of or connected with participation in the above activities. This release of

liability shall also cover all other Park activities that I, my spouse, or my child or ward may register for. I further

agree and consent to emergency treatment of my child or ward by a physician or hospital in the event that I cannot

be reached. I also understand that Park and Recreation Department staff or their representatives may photograph

participants enrolled in programs, classes or events, or enjoying park facilities.

Parent or Legal Guardian Signature:_________________________________________ Date:_______________

13.57 Social Recreation Data Law Authorization

No. 2: I hereby grant authorization for my child’s name and our home phone number to be published on a team

roster which will be made available to coaches, staff, team members and other individuals deemed necessary. I

understand that if I choose not to sign this waiver, my child’s name and phone number will not appear on any team

roster but will be given to the coach and appropriate Parks and Recreation Staff.

Parent or Legal Guardian Signature:_________________________________________ Date:________________

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Sex Grade Fee

Total: _______

Check or Cash Visa Mastercard American Express

Credit Card # ___________________ Expiration Date ______

Signature _________________________________________

Regional Parks

1. Horizon Shores Lake/Park 3701 Ridgewood


Park Facilities

9. Centennial/

Athletic Complex/Dog Park

2600 15 th Ave N 104.70

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10. Historic Log Cabin 210 8th St N ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

11. Hjemkomst Center/Stave


202 1 st Ave N 5.49

Non-Park Facilities

Community Life Center

(Good Shepherd)

4000 28th St S 10.41

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Ellen Hopkins Elementary 2020 11th St S 16.97 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

Moorhead High School 2300 4th Ave S 17.57 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

Horizon Middle School 3601 12th Ave S 51.78 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

Probsfield Center for Ed. 2410 14th St S 10.17 ■ ■ ■ ■

Robert Asp Elementary 910 11th St N 7.59 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

S.G. Reinertsen Elementary 1201 40th Ave S 24.62 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

(218) 299-5340

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12. Matson Memorial Field 1001 13th Ave N 6.71 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

13. Moorhead Sports Center 324 24th St S 2.80 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

14. Moorhead Municipal Pool 800 19th St S 2.80 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

15. The Meadows Public Golf


16. Trollwood Performing Arts


17. Village Green Public Golf




Community Parks

5. Davy/Memorial/Riverfront 210 8 th St N 28.86 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

6. Gooseberry Mound Park 100 22 nd Ave S 43.75 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

7. Viking Ship Park 202 1 st Ave N 11.77 ■ ■

8. Woodlawn Park 400 Woodlawn Dr 28.86 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

401 34 th St S 178.16

50 th Ave S 42.64

3421 30 th Ave S 163.65

Ball Field

Basketball Courts



Hockey Rinks

Recreation Center

Picnic Tables

Play Equipment

Pleasure Rinks


Shelter Fee

Soccer Nets

Tennis Courts

Wading Pools


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2. M.B. Johnson Park 3601 11th St N 109.67 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

3. Southside Regional Park 2000 40th Ave S 121.37 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

4. Robert A. Fogel Riparian


Facility Listing

50 th Ave S 24.68

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Neighborhood Parks

18. Allyson Park 4320 3 rd St S 4.07 ■ ■

19. Alm Park 1300 Elm St S 2.35 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

20. Angelas Park 4121 2 nd St S 2.00 ■ ■ ■

21. Arbor Park 530 30 th St N 2.29 ■ ■

22. Arrowhead Park 2600 6 th Ave N 0.55 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

23. Belsly Park 3500 12 th St S 0.68 ■ ■ ■ ■

24. Bennett Park 302 17 th St S 1.84 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

25. Bridgeview/Org.

Homestead Park

Facility Listing

1002 7 th St N 14.24

26. Buland Park 1801 13 th Ave N 1.47 ■ ■ ■

27. Daily Park 301 3 rd Ave S 0.013

28. Evergreen Meadows 3801 41 st Ave S 10.61 ■

29. Five Nine Park 412 9 th St N 0.60 ■ ■

30. Hampton Park 499 Hampton Dr W 7.40

31. Hansmann Park 1320 12 th Ave N 4.30 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

32. Johnson Farms 1599 Johnson Dr S 17.10

33. Knapp Park 525 6 th St S 0.55 ■

34. Lamb Park 1325 14 th Ave S 4.06 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

35. Morningside Park 455 Oakway 1.43 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

36. Northeast Park 1817 8 th Ave N 2.06 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

37. Queens Park 3201 20 th St S 1.16 ■ ■ ■

38. Ridgewood Park 1818 31 st St S 7.13 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

39. River Oaks Park 100 River Oaks Point 11.46

40. Riverview Estates Park 3801 5 th St S 9.54 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

41. Romkey Park 900 19 th St S 7.05 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

42. Shepherd Park 4201 31 st St S 5.60

43. South Park 2102 14 th St S 1.50 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

44. Stone Mill Park 1210 45 th Ave S 13.63

45. Tess Park 501 Tessa Dr 4.37

46. The Meadows Park 3303 11 th Ave S 0.41 ■

47. Townsite Park 311 10 th St S 2.61 ■ ■ ■

48. Village Green East 3601 Village Green Dr 1.79 ■

49. Village Green Park 2600 Village Green



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50. Village Green Sixth 3050 38 th Ave S 17.39

51. Voll Park 2600 Fairway Dr N 2.08 ■ ■ ■


Ball Field

Basketball Courts



Hockey Rinks

Recreation Center

Picnic Tables

Play Equipment

Pleasure Rinks


Shelter Fee

Soccer Nets

Tennis Courts

Wading Pools


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