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  • fall 2016

    park & trail projects

    in the works

    history at hollinshead: the homestead

    INCLUDESJUNIPER SWIM & FITNESS CENTER,

    THE PAVILION& BEND SENIOR CENTER

    playbook your

    annual report

    includes the 2015-16

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    Table of Contents Letter from the Executive Director ........................... 3 BPRD News .........................................................................4 Movin’ & Groovin’ in Water Fitness .............................4 Hollinshead Homestead History .................................5 Featured Trails: Shevlin Park .......................................6 Bend Whitewater Park Update.....................................6 Fall Community Events .................................................. 7

    2015-16 Annual Report ............................9 - 19 BPRD District Facts................................................... 10 Community Perception Survey ..............................11 2015-16 Financial Report .................................. 12 - 13 Bond Projects Update ...................................... 14 - 15 Capital Projects Update................................... 16 - 17 Sustainability In Your Parks ...................................18 Recreation Report .....................................................19

    How to Register / Passes & Fees....................... 21 - 23 The Pavilion ............................................................ 24 - 30 Juniper Swim & Fitness Center ......................... 31 - 33 Adult Swimming .............................................................34 Youth Swimming & Fitness ................................ 35 - 38 Bend Senior Center .............................................. 39 - 43 Adult Activities ......................................................44 - 54 Adult Outdoor ........................................................ 55 - 57 Adult Fitness & Wellness ....................................58 - 64 Adult Sports ........................................................... 65 - 67 Therapeutic Recreation ......................................68 - 70 Young Children ....................................................... 71 - 73 Youth Activities ......................................................74 - 87 Youth Sports ..........................................................88 - 97 Rental Facilities & Program Locations ...........98 - 99 Park Addresses & Map...................................... 102 - 103

    Inclusion The Bend Park & Recreation District is committed to making all of our programs, facilities, services and activities accessible to everyone. If you feel that you or your child may require auxiliary aid or special accommodations to participate, please let us know at the time of registration. We will work with you in order to make safe and respectful accommodations. For more information or an activity assessment, please contact Therapeutic Recreation at (541) 706-6121.

    Latino Outreach Services / Servicios al alcance de la Comunidad Latina Comuniquese con: Kathya Avila al teléfono (541) 706-1212. Horarios de oficina en JSFC: Lunes, miércoles y viernes de 3:00 a 7:00 pm / Sábados de 9:00 a 11:00 am.

    Contact: Kathya Avila p. (541) 706-1212. Office hours: Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays, 3:00 - 7:00 pm / Saturdays, 9:00 -11:00 am at JSFC.

    (JSFC = Juniper Swim & Fitness Center)

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    fall 2016

    On the COveR: A young skateboarder skates at Ponderosa Park. The District offers skateboarding and scootering classes and free skateboarding opportunities at Ponderosa Park, The Pavilion and, in the future, at Rockridge Park. Photo by Greg Kleinert.

    Resources phone: (541) 389-7275

    email: info@bendparksandrec.org

    website: bendparksandrec.org

    VISIOn Statement: To be a leader in building a community connected to nature, active lifestyles and one another.

    mISSIOn Statement: To strengthen community vitality and foster healthy, enriched lifestyles by providing exceptional park and recreation services.

    BOaRD OF DIReCtORS:

    Ted Schoenborn, Chair • Nathan Hovekamp, Vice-Chair • Craig Chenoweth • Brady Fuller • Ellen Grover •

    BUDGet COmmIttee:

    Audrey Belden • Steve Eichelberger • Thomas Fisher • Sarah Olson • Brian Thorsness

    eXeCUtIVe DIReCtOR:

    Don Horton • (541) 706-6101 don@bendparksandrec.org

    aDmInIStRatIVe SeRVICeS DIReCtOR:

    Lindsey Lombard • (541) 706-6109 lindsey@bendparksandrec.org

    PLannInG & PaRK SeRVICeS DIReCtOR: Michelle Healy • (541) 706-6113 michelleh@bendparksandrec.org

    ReCReatIOn SeRVICeS DIReCtOR:

    Matt Mercer • (541) 706-6103 matt@bendparksandrec.org

    aDmInIStRatIOn & ReCReatIOn SeRVICeS

    799 SW Columbia Street • p. (541) 389-7275

    Mon. - Fri. 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Closed: Sept. 5 - Labor Day, Nov. 11 - Veterans Day, Nov. 24 - 25 - Thanksgiving, Dec. 25 - 26 - Christmas Day, Jan. 1 - 2 - New Years

    BenD SenIOR CenteR

    1600 SE Reed Market Rd. • p. (541) 388-1133

    Mon. - Thurs. 7:30 am - 7:00 pm Fridays 7:30 am - 4:00 pm Saturdays 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

    Holiday hours and special events: See page 39.

    JUnIPeR SwIm & FItneSS CenteR

    800 NE 6th Street • p. (541) 389-7665

    Mon. - Fri. 5:15 am - 9:00 pm Saturdays 7:00 am - 6:00 pm Sundays 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

    Holiday hours and special events: See page 31.

    tHe PaVILIOn

    1001 SW Bradbury Way • p. (541) 389-7588

    Hours vary - check online

    Holiday hours and special events: See page 24.

    PaRK SeRVICeS

    1675 SW Simpson • p. (541) 388-5435

    Mon. - Fri. 7:30 am - 4:00 pm

    Closed: Sept. 5 - Labor Day, Nov. 11 - Veterans Day, Nov. 24 - 25 - Thanksgiving, Dec. 25 - 26 - Christmas Day, Jan. 1 - 2 - New Years

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    Dear Friends,

    As we turn the page toward the fall season, I am reflecting on how important play has become to our community throughout the year. As we prepare for the Pavilion’s first anniversary, many of us will celebrate the diverse activities that have occurred under its roof in a short period of time.

    A busy ice season with hockey, skate lessons and curling was followed by a strong summer of memories made by The PAC day campers, including participants from our Therapeutic Recreation programs. The multi-season facility is making its way into our year-round playing routines and for many the ice is greatly anticipated in early November.

    For those of us not ready to head indoors, this fall also marks the opening of a new neighborhood park. Canal Row Park is getting finishing touches and will open soon for the enjoyment of nearby residents. We are also working on the designs for Eagle, Rock Ridge and Stone Creek parks, which will greatly add to the portfolio of parks on the east side.

    As the annual financial report data indicate, it has been a busy year with near-completion of the bond measure-funded projects for the community, and record-setting participation in recreation programs. We are grateful for the investment by the community in these projects and programs.

    Bend Park and Recreation is committed to the people of Bend, all people. The latest community survey results included on page 11 also remind us about our priorities and how to meet the needs and expectations of our community, which is changing rapidly.

    Thank you for your support!

    Don Horton, Executive Director don@bendparksandrec.org

    on page 9

    2015-16

    REPORT ANNUAL

    For more information, call (541) 389-7275 • bendparksandrec.org • Park and location lists on pages 99 - 103

    play your way

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    bprd news: “HeLLO. wHat aRe tHe waVeS LIKe tODaY?” Pneumatically-controlled, the waves at the Bend Whitewater Park are regularly adjusted for various whitewater activities such as surfing, kayaking and paddleboarding. Wondering what the waves are like on a particular day? Want to see what’s happening this upcoming weekend? Regular schedules and wave updates are available online. Visit bendwhitewaterpark.com and/or subscribe to notifications via the Bend Whitewater Park’s Facebook page and you’ll be in the know and ready to go!

    RISe n’ SHIne! JUnIPeR SwIm & FItneSS CenteR tO OPen at 7 am On SatURDaYS Soon you can start your Saturdays a little earlier at Juniper Swim & Fitness Center. As recently requested by patrons, the facility will open for your fitness and swimming needs at 7:00 am on Saturdays beginning September 24. For more on Juniper’s hours and schedules, visit juniperswimandfitness.com.

    VOLUnteeR OPPORtUnItIeS At BPRD, volunteers make fun happen and this fall there are many opportunities for you to help out:

    yOuth spORts pROgRAms: Bitty Ball, youth and middle school basketball; youth and 6th grade volleyball; ice skating and ice hockey.

    yOuth ReCReAtIOn: Afterschool and no school day crafts, science, nature and more.

    FItness: For adults and children.

    theRApeutIC & AdAptIve ReCReAtIOn: Adaptive aquatics at JSFC and recreation opportunities for children and adults with disabilities.

    COmmunIty events: Discover Nature Festival, Health & Wellness Fair, Holiday Bazaar, dinner dances and more.

    CARIng FOR pARKs & tRAILs: Adopt a park or trail, or gather a group for a fall project.

    Find out more at bendparksandrec.org or contact Kim, BPRD Volunteer Coordinator at Kim@bendparksandrec.org or (541) 706-6127.