summer fun guide - City of Sandusky

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summer fun guide - City of Sandusky

2012

summer

fun guide

city of sandusky recreation division

Phone: 419.627.5886

email: vkurt@ci.sandusky.oh.us

General services: 419.627.5884

email: kkromer@ci.sandusky.oh.us

www.cityofsandusky.com

For additional information regarding

any of the events listed, please visit

www.cityofsandusky.com or call

419-627-5886.


general information

Visit www.cityofsandusky.com for more information.

RegistRation • There are three ways to obtain a Registration

and Release form. The form can be found on page 23 of this brochure, at www.

cityofsandusky.com, or you may call (419) 627-5886. Complete the entire Registration

and Release form, sign and mail with payment. All registration forms

should be mailed to or dropped off at: City of Sandusky, Recreation Division, 1024

Cement Ave. Sandusky, OH 44870

CanCellation • The Recreation Division reserves the right to cancel

a program due to insufficient enrollment.

insuRanCe • Insurance coverage for injuries suffered while participating

in programs or utilizing park facilities is not provided by the City of Sandusky.

Participants are participating at their own risk.

Photo oPs • On occasion, photographs, audio or videotapes are taken

of program participants in classes, special events or using park facilities.

These photographs or tapes may be used for future publications or programs

at the City of Sandusky’s discretion and become its sole property.

Youth sCholaRshiP PRogRam • Applications are being accepted for

the Youth Scholarship Program. The scholarship is available for anyone age 18 and

under and may result in up to $50 of free Youth Program fees. The application

can be found on page 21 & 22, submit Youth Scholarship Program Application

along with the Registration and Release Form to Sandusky Recreation Department,

1024 Cement Ave. Sandusky, Ohio 44870.

general services

For more information contact General Services (419) 627-5884

or kkromer@ci.sandusky.oh.us.

shelteR & gazebo ReseRVations • Many of our shelters

are available for rental. Reservations must be made in advance by contacting

(419) 627-5884. All reservations are taken on a first-come, first-serve basis

and will require full payment. See pages 19 & 20 for more information and

Reservation Form.

CelebRation mounds • The “Celebration Mound” is located at

Washington Street and Wayne Street. It can be reserved for $125 per week to

commemorate a special date or occasion, such as a wedding or anniversary.

The “Celebration Mound” was given honorable mention in the category of

“Management Innovation/Special Projects Award” by the Ohio Parks and

Recreation Association. Seasonal floral mounds are available for $500;

contact (419) 627-5884 for more information. To plant these mounds, the

greenhouse staff generates over 100,000 foliage plants over the fall and

winter months. Contact (419) 627-5884 for more information.

sanduskY gReenhouse • 601 Franklin Street- (419) 627-5845

Do you have a green thumb or wish you did? You can help our community

grow together by volunteering at the City Greenhouse. Our goal is to preserve

Sandusky’s century-long tradition of unique public gardens and we need your

help! Volunteer opportunities are available in the parks or at the greenhouse

during our newly expanded volunteer hours: Tues & Thurs, 1:00pm- 3:00pm.

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stReet light outage • Help keep us informed. If you notice a street

light or public area light is out, please submit an online report at www.firstenergycorp.

com. If the outage presents a hazardous situation – such as broken glass or lens,

the fixture is in danger of falling, the wires are exposed, the pole is damaged,

leaning or knocked down – call your First Energy Contact Center Immediately at

1-888-544-4877 or go to www.firstenergycorp.com.

PaRk WatCh PRogRam • Keep your neighborhood safe by joining the

“Park Watch.” This program gives residents the opportunity to take an active

role in their community and the safety of the parks in their neighborhood. Please

report any disturbances or vandalism that you see. The following are things to

watch for in our parks:

• Alcohol in the parks: If you suspect someone is drinking in the parks

please call Sandusky Police Dept. (419) 627-5900.

• Dogs in the parks: Dogs must be kept on a leash. The owner must

clean up after their pet.

• People in the park after dusk: If you see or hear people in the park

please call Sandusky Police Dept. (419) 627-5900.

VolunteeR oPPoRtunities • Volunteers are a vital part of the

success of our department. Your efforts stretch your tax dollars by providing

staff with many extra hands. Some volunteer for long projects; others help on a

seasonal or short time basis. If you are interested in volunteering a few hours a

week or even just one day for an event, complete and return a volunteer application.

Contact (419) 627-5886 or visit www.cityofsandusky.com to obtain an application.

emPloYment • The City of Sandusky looks for quality individuals to join

our team. We work hard together to accomplish our goals to serve the needs

of our community. Applications can be obtained from our city website at www.

cityofsandusky.com. Any job postings can be obtained through the Department

of Administrative Services at (419) 627-5968.

sanduskY memoRial benChes • Memorial benches are

available to purchase for dedication to a group or individual. The benches are

made out of cast iron, which will last a lifetime, and contain an engraved bronze

plaque to commemorate a special individual or group. The City of Sandusky

parks are visited everyday by many residents and tourists. Contact the Division

of Recreation at (419) 627-5884 for more information.

Palm and FeRn Rental • The City Greenhouse offers the public

a reasonable priced plant rental program. Palms and ferns are available to

individuals for special events. Delivery is available, call (419) 627-5884 for more

information.

Resident Fee: Palm $7.50/ea • Fern $2.50/ea

Non-Resident Fee: Palm $10.50/ea • Fern $3.50/ea

tRee donations • Anyone can make a donation to the Green Fund by

calling our general services at (419) 627-5884. You can also purchase trees for

$150.00 to be planted in a city park or boulevard to honor a loved one.

ReCYCling • There are two drop-off recycle locations in Sandusky:

• Kiwanis Park, 2227 First Street

City Service Center, 1024 Cement Ave. (Use Marguette St. Entrance)

Disposal of glass, plastic, aluminum and paper products.


2012 event calendar

april ______________________

Look Who’s Walking • 6:30pm

Mon, April 9 - Osborne MetroPark

Mon, April 23 - Gazebo- Downtown Milan

Sponsored by Erie Co. Health Dept., Erie

Metroparks & Sandusky Rec. Div.

Go Green Sandusky! • Sat, April 28

9am-1pm I Greenhouse & City Hall

Sponsored by Sandusky Rec. Div., Friends

of the Greenhouse * Tire Recycling at City

Hall 9am-12 City Residents ONLY. Funded by Ohio

Department of Natural Resources

maY _______________________

Take the Kids Fishing Fun Day...In Memory

of Chuck Hank • Sat, May 5 I 9:30am-

11:30am I Shoreline Park I Hosted by

Sandusky Rec. Div. & Erie Metroparks

Look Who’s Walking • 6:30pm

Mon, May 7 - Oakland Cemetery-Sandusky

Mon, May 21 - Huron Boat Basin

Sponsored by Erie Co. Health Dept., Erie

Metroparks & Sandusky Rec. Div.

Great Lakes March for Babies

Sat, May 12 I 7am-1pm Shoreline Park

Sponsored by March of Dimes

Wightman & Wieber Kids Fest Safety Fair

Sat, May 19 I 12pm-5pm I Sandusky

Bay Pavilion I Sponsored by Wightman-

Weiber Foundation

Erie County Veterans Memorial Park

Memorial Day Service • Sun, May 27

2pm-3:15pm I First Presbyterian Church

& Veterans Park I Erie Co. Veterans

Memorial Park Committee

June ______________________

Look Who’s Walking • 6:30pm

Mon, June 4 - Castalia Quarry MetroPark

Mon, June 18 - Commons of Providence

Sponsored by Erie Co. Health Dept., Erie

Metroparks & Sandusky Rec. Div.

Mobile Ministry in the Parks • MWF,

June 4-29 I 10am-2pm I Orlando Pace

Park & MacArthur Park I Sponsored by

Salvation Army (A Free lunch program)

Bike Week • Thurs-Sun, June 7-10

Downtown I Hosted by Advantage

Entertainment, LLC

Beer by the Bay • Fri-Sat, June 8-9

3-9pm I Sandusky Bay Pavilion

Sponsored by Sandusky Maritime Museum

Summer Playground Program

Mon-Fri, June 11-29 I 8:45am-1pm

Huron Park, Farwell Park, Foxborough

Park, and Schaeffer Park I Lunch

provided by Erie/Huron CAC I Hosted by

Sandusky Rec. Div.

East Bay Canoe Float • Wed, June 13

9am-1pm I East Bay River Avenue

Erie MetroParks, Sand. Rec. Div.

Sandusky Fire Dept. Presentation

10:30am-12pm I Fri, June 15 - Huron

Park I Fri, June 22 - Farwell Park

Fri, June 29 - Schaeffer Park I Sponsored

by Sand. Rec. Div.

Historic Downtown Charity Cruise-ins

Fridays, 4-9pm I June 15, June 22,

June 29 I Downtown Sandusky

Sponsored by Remember Cruisin’ Car Club

Juneteeth Celebration • Sat, June 16

TBA I Downtown I Hosted by Center for

Cultural Awareness

Sandusky Police Dept. Presentation

11:30am-12:30pm I Mon, June 18 -

Farwell Park I Tues, June 19 - Huron

Park I Wed, June 20 - Foxborough Park

Thurs, June 21 - Schaeffer Park

Sponsored by Sandusky Rec. Div.

Passport to Fishing • Wed, June 20

9am-11am I Sandusky Bay Pavilion

Sponsored by Maritime Museum, Sand.

Bay Pavilion

Coaster Classic Softball Tourn.

Fri-Sun, June 22-24 I Dorn Community

Park I Hosted by Sandusky Rec. Div.

Civil War Camp for Kids • Mon-Fri,

June 25-29 I 10am-12pm I Sandusky

Bay Pavilion I Sponsored by Maritime

Museum/Sandusky Bay Pavilion

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Stein Hospice 5K Regatta Run

Sat, June 30 I TBA I Battery Park-

Downtown I Sponsored by Stein Hospice

Fun Day Block Party • Sat, June 30

Thomas St-Perkins Ave. I TBA

Non-profit Community Outreach

Sandusky Welcomes Boaters Event

Sat, June 30 I All day event I Paper

District Marina

JulY ______________________

East Bay Canoe Float • East Bay River

Avenue I Sun, July 1 I 2pm-5pm, Sat,

July 21 I 7-11am I Hosted by Erie

MetroParks, Sandusky Rec. Dept.

Mobile Ministry in the Parks • MWF,

July 2-30 I 10am-2pm I Orlando Pace

Park & MacArthur Park I Sponsored by

Salvation Army (A Free lunch program)

Summer Playground Program

Mon-Fri, July 2-27 I 8:45am-1pm

Huron Park, Farwell Park, Foxborough

Park, and Schaeffer Park I Lunch

provided by Erie/Huron CAC I Hosted by

Sandusky Rec. Div.

The 26 th Annual Old Fashioned Stars and

Stripes Celebration • Wed, July 4

10am-4pm I Downtown I Sponsored

by Sandusky Community Celebrations

Council

Sandusky Fire Dept. Presentation

10:30am-12pm I Fri, July 6 - Foxborough

Park I Sponsored by Sandusky Rec. Div.

Historic Downtown Charity Cruise-ins

Fridays, 4-9pm I July 6, July 13,

July 20, July 27 I Downtown Sandusky

Sponsored by Remember Cruisin’ Car Club

Look Who’s Walking • 6:30pm

Mon, July 9 - Schoepfle Garden- Birmingham

I Mon, July 23 - First Congregational

Church-Berlin Heights I Sponsored by

Erie Co. Health Dept., Erie Metroparks &

Sandusky Rec. Div.


2012 event calendar

July continued...

Young World Streetball Tournament &

Unity March • TBA I Fri-Sun, J

uly 13-15 I Scott May Park/Jaycee Park

Sponsored by Spirit & Truth Ministries

Sandusky Bay Blue & Gray Civil War

Dance • 3-6pm I Sat, July 14

Sandusky Bay Pavilion I Sponsored by

Maritime Museum/Sandusky Bay Pavilion

Sandusky Bay Science Camp

Mon-Fri, July 16-20 I 9am-1pm

Sandusky Bay Pavilion I Sponsored by

Maritime Museum/Sandusky Bay Pavilion

Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social

Sun, July 22 I 1-4pm I Sandusky Bay

Pavilion I Sponsored by Maritime

Museum

USODA National Optimist Sailing

Championship • July 22-29

Sandusky Sailing Club

Sandusky Library Summer Reading

Party • Thurs, July 26 I 7:30am-1pm

Erie County Court House Lawn

Sponsored by Sandusky Library

august ____________________

Mobile Ministry in the Parks • MWF,

Aug 1-17 I 10am-2pm I Orlando Pace

Park & MacArthur Park I Sponsored by

Salvation Army (A Free lunch program)

Historic Downtown Charity Cruise-ins

4-9pm I Fri, Aug 3 I Downtown

Sponsored by Remember Cruisin’ Car Club

East Bay Canoe Float • East Bay River

Ave I Sat, Aug 4 I 5-8pm, Wed, Aug 15

9am-1pm I Hosted by Erie MetroParks,

Sandusky Rec. Dept.

Look Who’s Walking • 6:30pm

Mon, Aug 6 - Sandusky Bay Pathway

Mon, Aug 20 - Osborn MetroPark (Walk

& Drawing) I Erie Co. Health Dept., Erie

Metroparks & Sandusky Rec. Div.

Taste of Ohio Wine Festival

Sat, Aug 11 I 11am-8pm I Sandusky

Bay Pavilion I Maritime Museum

Gospel Fest • Sat-Sun, Aug 11-12

11am-5pm I Shoreline Park

Sponsored by Gospel Fest

BIG Splash Raffle • Sandusky Bay

Pavilion I Fri, Aug 17 I 6-9pm I Sat,

Aug 18 I 12-5pm I Maritime Museum

Hancock Street Block Party

Sun, Aug 19 I 1pm-8pm I Hancock St

Sponsored by Hancock Street Neighbors

septemBer ________________

Celebrity Chef’s Cookout • Sat, Sep 1

11am-2pm I Shoreline Park I Sponsored

by Erie County Democratic

21st Annual Cruisin’ by the Bay

Fri-Sun, Sep 7-9 Downtown Sandusky

North Coast Cancer Foundation

East Bay Canoe Float • East Bay River

Avenue I Sat, Sep 8 I 7am-11am

Wed, Sep 19 I 5-7:30pm I Hosted by

Erie MetroParks, Sandusky Rec. Dept.

Rev3 Triathalon • Sat-Sun, Sep 8-9

7am-10pm I Cedar Point & Sandusky

Sponsored by Rev 3 Triathalon

Northcoast Animal Expo • Sat, Sep 15

TBA I Sandusky Bay Pavilion

Sponsored by Sandusky Lions Club,

Human Society of Erie Co.

Lake Erie Wing Watch Canoe Float

Sat, Sep 22 I 1-4pm I East Bay River

Avenue I Sponsored by Erie MetroParks,

Sandusky Recreation Dept.

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octoBer _________________

Boo at the Bay & Pirate Day

Sat, Oct 6 10am-4pm I Sandusky Bay

Pavilion I Hosted by Maritime Museum/

Sandusky Rec. Div.

Sandusky Area Crop Hunger Walk

Sun, Oct 7 I 1pm I Columbus Ave.

Methodist Church/Emmanuel UCC Church

City Wide Trick or Treating- City of

Sandusky • Wed, Oct 31 I 5-7:30pm

novemBer ________________

Erie Co. Veterans Memorial Park

Veterans Day Service • Sat, Nov 10

11am-12pm I First Presbyterian Church/

Veterans Park I Hosted by Erie County

Veterans Memorial Park Committee

Christmas Lighting Ceremony

Fri, Nov 23 I 6-8pm I Downtown

Sandusky I Hosted by Sandusky

Community Celebrations Council

Winter Wonderland by the Bay

Nov 23-Dec 30 I 4-8pm

Sandusky Bay Pavilion

Hosted by Maritime Museum

decemBer ________________

Gingerbread Lighthouse Workshop

Sat, Dec 8 I TBA IMaritime Museum

Hosted by Maritime Museum

Santa Hustle Half Marathon & 5K

Sun, Dec 16 I 6am-2pm I Cedar Point &

Sandusky I Hosted by Adrenaline Sports

Management

Greenhouse Christmas Open House

Sun, Dec 16 I 12-3pm I Sandusky

Greenhouse I Hosted by Friends of the

Greenhouse, Sandusky Greenhouse

Santa’s Reindeer Night

Tues, Dec 18 5-8pm I Washington

Park I Hosted by Sandusky Community

Celebrations Council


611 W. Shoreline Drive • Sandusky, Ohio 44870

101 shelbY st • sanduskY, oh boat launCh (419) 621-1059 aFteR houRs (419) 627-5886

date event sPonsor

June 2 Lake erie WaLLeye traiL Western Basin Sportfishing Assoc. (WBSA)

July 7 ohio cat series Skip Martin

July 13-15 ohio Bass federation nation OBFN

invitationaL traiL

July 21-22 tWisted Whiskerz ohio Nathaniel Torres

catfish tournament traiL

Aug. 25-26 TOYOTA TUNDRA BASSMASTER American Bass Anglers

WEEKEND SERIES

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2012 summer recreation sport camps

Gymnastics

Barb Rose and staff return another year to instruct our

most popular camp of the summer. This five-week program

introduces basic gymnastics skills and proper progression

attendance is optional during week 1-3 (Sessions I-IV), and

is offered if your child would like additional instruction.

Class size limit: 30 Location: SHS Auxiliary Gym

Fee: Resident $40.00, Non-resident $45.00

Dates: June 4th - July 12th Ages: 6 to 16

Session I: Mon & Wed 8:00-9:30 am

Session II: Mon & Wed 9:30-11:00 am

Session III: Tues & Thur 8:00-9:30 am

Session IV: Tues & Thur 9:30-11:00 am

tot Gymnastics

Taught on a similar level as gymnastics, but catered to

our young learners. This program will focus on flexibility,

strength and body movement. Special attention will be

given to tumbling and balance.

Class size limit: 20 Location: SHS Auxiliary Gym

Fee: Resident $35.00, Non-resident $40.00

Dates: June 4th-July 12th Ages: 3 to 5

Session V: Mon & Wed 11:00-Noon

Session VI: Tues & Thur 11:00-Noon

voLLeyBaLL

Learn basic volleyball instruction from Perkins Coach Jess

VanNess . Basic skills will be taught to beginners while

advanced students work on movement on the court and

individual skills. There will be limited time for game play.

Location: SHS Gymnasium

Fee: Resident $20.00,

Non-Resident $25.00

Dates: June 11th - June 15th

Time: Noon-1:30 pm

Open for students entering

Grade 5 through 8.

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GoLf

Local golfer Tim Zapadka will provide instruction on all

facets of the popular sport of golf including allocated time

for rounds of golf throughout the week. Golf clubs are not

provided, but can be rented from the Clubhouse.

Class size limit: 15

Ages: 8 to 16

Location: Mills Creek Golf Course

Fee: Resident $20.00, Non-resident $25.00

Session I: June 4th - June 8th, 8:30-10 am

Session II: June 11th - June 15th, 8:30-10 am

soccer

Learn the basic fundamentals of soccer through this 5-day

camp, featuring Coach Juan Romero. Both individual and

team skills will be taught to all participants. Accuracy of

fundamentals will be emphasized at this camp.

Grades: 1 to 8

Location: Perkins High School Soccer Field

Fee: Resident $20.00,

Non-Resident $25.00

Dates: June 11th - June 15th

Times: 10:30-Noon

PuntinG and PLacekickinG

All-Ohio Kicker Juan Romero and staff will teach all aspects

of kicking from basics to advance. Special teams play a

huge role in the success of a football team, so join us to

learn from the best as you develop your skills.

Class size limit: 15

Location: SHS Strobel Field

Fee: Resident $20.00,

Non-Resident $25.00

Dates: June 18th - June 21st

Time: 10:30-Noon

Grades: 7 to 12

tennis CamP - neW!!

beginning/intermediate tennis - Learn to increase

your skill ability in the game of tennis. Camp will emphasize

consistency and development of tennis strokes. Small

groups will be formed to provide individual attention. The

camp will be led by John Schlessman. Tennis rackets are

not provided.

Class size limit: 36 Grades: 3-8 or Ages: 8-15

Location: Perkins High School Tennis Courts

Fee: Resident $20.00, Non-Resident $25.00

Dates: June 18th - June 22nd

Times: 10-11:30 am


2012 summer recreation sport camps

advanced GoLf

Local golfer Tim Zapadka will offer his skills and teaching

ability to help any golfer who wants to improve their

game and technique. The camp will feature sessions on

chipping, putting and driving.

Location: Mills Creek Golf Course

Fee: Resident $20.00,

Non-Resident $25.00

Dates: June 25th - June 29th

Time: 1:00-2:30 pm

introduction to Bass fishinG

Experience the fun of catching America’s most popular

game of fish in the ponds of the Sandusky Trout Club.

A variety of techniques will be taught in this catch and

release camp. Each participant will need to bring sunglasses

or safety goggles. Please wear old clothing and

tennis shoes. All equipment is provided.

Class size limit: 10

Location: Sunnybrook Trout Club

Fee: Resident $45.00,

Non-Resident $50.00

Dates: June 25th - June 28th

Times: 9-11 am

Ages: 9 to 16

dodGeBaLL

Register as a team or individual. After the basics of Dodgeball

are introduced, a week-long tournament will take place

incorporating all of the different ways to play Dodgeball.

This is a great league for your child to learn a game that

can be played at a local park or backyard. This league is

being run by Tim Zapadka.

Location: SHS Gymnasium

Fee: Resident $20.00,

Non-Resident $25.00

Dates: July 2nd - July 6th

(no Dodgeball on July 4th)

Time: Noon-1:30 pm Ages: 11 to 18

We would like to thank our youth program sponsor:

COBBS DRIVE-IN! 631 tiffin ave. sandusky, oh

each camp participant will receieve a free small ice cream cone.

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PassPoRt to Fishing - neW!!

Join us for a fun, adventure-education program designed

to teach skills needed to dive into the wonderful world of

fishing! Its fun, easy and you’ll get a free Zebco rod & reel

when you complete the 2-hour course, must pre-register

by Monday July 9th. This program is funded through the

ODNR- Division of Wildlife and a Take Me Fishing Grant

provided by the National Parks and Recreation Association.

This one day camp will be instructed by Rich Schiltz,

Adam Saylor, and Aaron Harple with Erie MetroParks.

Questions: contact Erie MetroParks at (419) 625-7783.

Maximum: 25 Kids

Location: Shoreline Park Shelter

Date: Wednesday, July 11th

Fee: Free!

Time: 9:00am-11:00am

Ages: 9 to 16

BoWLinG

Campers will receive instruction from the staff at Star

Lanes with PBA Bowlers Jeff and Cathy Lizzi directing.

Emphasis will be on proper grip, approach and followthrough.

Bowling balls and shoes provided.

Class size Limit: 35

Location: Star Lanes

Fee: Resident $20.00,

Non-Resident $25.00

Dates: July 16th - July 20th

Times: 1:00-2:30 pm

Ages: 6-10 and 11-16

Youth sCholaRshiP PRogRam • Applications are being

accepted for the Youth Scholarship Program. The scholarship is

available for anyone age 18 and under and may result in up to

$50 of free Youth Program fees. The application can be found

on page 21 & 22, submit Youth Scholarship Program Application

along with the Registration and Release Form to Sandusky Rec.

Department, 1024 Cement Ave. Sandusky, Ohio 44870.


2012 summer recreation sport camps

PLant PaLooza

(in our own backyard)

What makes a plant…a plant?

Why do flowers come in different sizes,

shapes and colors? Are bees and bugs

really important? Campers discover

“plant-tastic” facts in a unique setting—the Sandusky

Greenhouse. Campers will play in dirt, create a miniature

garden, explore the floral magic of Washing Park—and

more? For this Nature Mini-camp co-sponsored by

Sandusky Recreation Department, Erie MetroParks and

Master Gardners, please pre-register with the Sandusky

Recreation Department at 419-627-5886.

Class size limit: Minimum 5, Maximum 15

Location: City of Sandusky Greenhouse,

601 Franklin St.

Fee: Resident $10.00, Non-Resident $15.00

Dates: July 23rd - July 25th Time: 9:30am-Noon

Grade: Students entering 2nd through 5th grades

advanced BoWLinG

Campers will continue to work on improving their game

by learning from local professionals. PBA Bowlers Jeff

and Cathy Lizzi will provide small group instruction that

will give more individualized attention and particular skill

development. Bowling balls and shoes provided.

Class size limit: 15

Location: Star Lanes

Fee: Resident $25.00, Non-Resident $30.00

Dates: July 30th - August 3rd

Time: 1:00-2:30 pm Ages: 12 to 18

2012 tournaments

cLiff meyer shuffLeBoard tournament

Date: Wed., June 20 I Time: 9am-2pm

Location: Viewpoint Courts

Junior GoLf tournament

Date: Wed., July 18th I Time: Report to Course by 8:45 am

Location: Mills Creek Golf Course

for more information

Contact Sandusky Recreation Division

Phone: 419-627-5886

Email: vkurt@ci.sandusky.oh.us

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track & fieLd meets

Events include 40 yd and 60 yd dash for ages 2-5 and

60 yd dash, 100 meter, 200 meter, 400 meter and 800

meter runs for ages 6-13. Softball throw and long jump

are offered to ages 2-13. On the day of the meet, registration

is from 5:00-5:30pm and the track meet will start at

5:30pm. Sponsored by the Sandusky High School Athletic

Boosters and the Sandusky

Recreation Division.

Location: Sandusky High School Track

Ages: 2-13

4 Track Meets: Mon, June 11th

Mon, June 18th

Mon, June 25th

Mon, July 2nd

Time: Registration from 5-5:30pm

*Meets begin at 5:30pm

Learn to saiL

Has your son or daughter ever dreamed about becoming

a sailor? If so, this is the summer camp you have been

looking for! LTS offers classes for beginner-to-intermediate

level experience. Beginner instruction will focus on water

safety skills, rigging boats, nautical terms, knots, and

sailing skills. Intermediate class will emphasize on building

the child’s confidence in boat handling skills, including

skippering the boat, learning sail trim, learning the sailing

and racing “rules of the road” and an introduction to

racing. Registration for each class will be limited to 25

students and will be accepted on a first come first serve

basis. Register online at www.sanduskysailingclub.org!

Location: Sandusky Sailing Club Ages: 7+

Fee: $85 per Session (Scholarships Available)

Time: AM Session- 9am-Noon

PM Session- 1-4pm

Session 1- June 11-15

Session 2- June 18-22

Session 3- June 25-29,

Session 4- July 9-13

Session 5- July 30-Aug. 3

*For more info contact Mike Austin at sailfast30@yahoo.com.

– see PG. 23 for reGistration form –


stoP bY the sanduskY gReenhouse!

Volunteer Hrs: Tues & Thurs 1-3pm

601 Franklin St. • 419-627-5845

east sandusky Bay Water traiL

Enjoy scenic views, wildlife, cultural history, & recreation!

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Come enjoy fun in the sun at the

Huron Park Splash Pad this summer!

600 Block, Huron Ave.

Open Memorial Day - Labor Day 10am-9pm


partY at the plaZa

Held at Schade-Mylander Plaza • Fridays from 6-9pm

date Band host orGanization

June 15 Tight Wadd Sandusky Main Street Assoc.

June 22 Turn & Cough North Coast Young Professionals

June 29 The Sellouts North Coast Young Professionals

July 6 Bon Fire Sandusky Main Street Assoc.

July 13 Turn & Cough Sandusky Main Street Assoc.

July 20 SandTown Sandusky Main Street Assoc.

July 27 CoCoBeano’s Sandusky Main Street Assoc.

Aug 3 Dave James & Sandusky Main Street Assoc.

The Alien Blues Project

every saturday

June - oCtobeR

9am-1pm

Corner of Hancock

& East Market St.,

Downtown Sandusky

SANDUSKY COMMUNITY CELEBRATIONS COUNCIL PRESENTS

2012 gaZeBo concert series

*Free ice cream social sponsored by First Presbyterian Church

**Tailgate party sponsored by First Presbyterian Church &

Sandusky Power Squadron

June 12 • 7:00pm

Karen Westgate -

Harpist

June 12 • 7:30pm

Firelands Chorus

June 19 • 7:00pm

Dana Dorsey and the

Blue Notes

*June 26 • 7:00pm

North Coast Concert

Band

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Visit

– SANDUSKY MAIN STREET ASSOCIATION –

279 E. Market St., Sandusky, OH 44870 • 419-627-5942

www.sanduskymainstreet.com

the red Wagon

Located in Washington

Park for delicious popcorn

& tasty treats.

*All proceeds benefit United

Way agencies in Erie County.

Held in the Washington Park Gazebo

July 4 • 10am-4pm

Various Bands

July 10 • 7:00pm

The Patriots Band

July 17 • 7:00pm

Sandusky 7th Grade

Band

July 17 • 7:30pm

SHS Jazz Ensemble

July 24 • 7:00pm

Wayne Golob Polka

Band

July 31 • 7:00pm

Pantasia Steel Drum

Band

Aug 7 • 7:00pm

Vacationland Band

Aug 14 • 7:00pm

North Coast Big Band

**Aug 21 • 7:00pm

Erie Co. O.S.U. Alumni

Band


plaYground program 2012

June 11-15

Reptiles - presented by Erie MetroParks

Sandusky Fire Department at Huron Park (Fri. June 15)

June 18-22

Amphibians Week - presented by Erie MetroParks

Police Week - presented by Sandusky Police Department

Sandusky Fire Department at Farwell Park (Fri. June 22)

Flight Week - Children’s Traveling Museum

June 25-29

Sandusky Fire Department at Schaeffer Park (Fri. June 29)

Bubbles Week - Children’s Traveling Museum

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FREE DROP-IN PROGRAM

Funded in part through the Wightman-Wieber Foundation and the Ohio State Eagles Charity Fund, Inc.

Monday-Friday 9am-1pm • Beginning Monday, June 11th – Friday, July 27th

This program is FREE for participants. Please see park locations listed below. This is NOT a child care program; participants

may come and go at anytime. NO restrooms or telephones are available at the parks. Hours and activities are subject to

change without notice. Participants must be ages 6-12. PARK LOCATIONS: Huron Park, Farwell Park, Foxborough Park,

Schaeffer Park.

craft zone

Huron Park Mondays 11:30-12:30

Farwell Park Tuesdays 11:30-12:30

Schaeffer Park Wednesdays 11:30-12:30

Foxborough Park Thursdays 11:30-12:30

Week 1 Foam Door Hangers

Week 2 Sand Creatures

Week 3 Create-a-Bag

Week 4 Keepsake Boxes

FRee meal sChedule made Possible bY the eRie/huRon CaC • A nutritious snack will be

served at the playground program locations from 10:00am to 10:15am and a nutritious lunch will be served from

12:30pm to 1:00pm. Children ages 1 to 18 years, and up to 21 (if there is a medical statement from a doctor or

school verifying that the person has a disability) are entitled to one meal at each meal time. Meals must be consumed at

the park location. In the instance of inclement weather in which the playground program is cancelled, meals will

still be served at their allotted times at the park locations.

Week 5 Picture Frames

Week 6 Color-a-Puzzle

Week 7 Tye-Dye Bandana’s

fruit & veGGie cLuB Funded by CDBG & Erie Co. Health Dept.

Huron Park- Wednesdays 10-10:15 • Schaeffer Park- Thursdays 10-10:15

July 2-6

Sandusky Fire Department at Foxborough Park (Fri. July 6)

July 9-13

Bunnies - presented by Erie MetroParks

Goofy Games - Children’s Traveling Museum

July 16-20

Mammals - presented by Erie MetroParks

Olympic Games - Children’s Traveling Museum

July 23-27

Owl - presented by Erie MetroParks

Water Week - Children’s Traveling Museum

**No Playground Program on Wednesday July 4th!

**Fri. July 27th is the last day for the Playground Program.


1933 Mills Street • 419-627-5803

Open Daily Mar. 15 - Nov. 15

2012 RATES & SPECIALS

LEAGUE PLAY

Mon. AM Ladies

Tues. AM Ladies

Tues. PM Men

Wed. AM Ladies

Wed. PM Men

SHS Boosters Scramble • Sat, June 2 Hosted by SHS Boosters

Mills Creek Club Senior Championship • Sat, June 30

Mills Creek Club Super Senior Championship • Sat, June 30

Mills Creek Club Championship Qualifier • Sat, July 7

Junior Golf Tournament • Wed, July 18

Mills Creek 2-Man Best Ball • Sat, Aug 11

Sandusky Golf Association Year-End Outing • Sat, Aug 18

Panther Run to Fun XC Race • Sat, Aug 25 Hosted by SHS Boosters

Mills Creek Golf Club Member Appreciation Scramble • Sat, Sep 15

Erie Co. XC Championships • Tues, Sep 18 Hosted by SHS XC

Erie County Senior & Super Senior Tournament • Sat, Sep 22

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Thur. AM Ladies

Thur. PM Men

Fri. AM Senior Men

Spring/Fall Youth League


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