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1 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMER 2017 PROGRAMS Programs running from May to August Visit or call X 2101 for more information. Office hours: Weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Address: 48 Pettengill Park Rd., Auburn, ME Follow us on Facebook Auburn Recreation Department Maine 1

2 Our Mission Our mission is to provide various recreational opportunities, promote a healthy lifestyle, and develop life long habits that will enhance the well being of all Auburn citizens. Summer Rec Camp Financial Assistance Policy and Procedure for Summer 2018 Auburn Recreation will process request for financial assistance for residents of Auburn applying for Summer Day Camp. Monday, January 8, Summer Rec Camp Financial Assistance forms can be obtained at the Hasty Community Center or online at Friday, March 9, 2018 Application Deadline for Financial Assistance applications for Summer Rec Camps. Friday, March 23, Your application will be processed and letters will be mailed in response to your request regarding the amount of assistance that you may/may not receive. We will NOT process Summer Rec Camp financial assistance request forms after award letters have been mailed. Friday, June 22, All camp fees must be paid by this date in order for your child to begin camp on the first day, June 25, TWO EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: 1. Register in person at our office in the Hasty Community Center, Pettengill Park. 2. Or save time and register on-line by going to 2

3 2017 Summer Program Registration Information Registration is open NOW until the program is full or begins (unless otherwise noted in the write-up) How do I Register? Registration can occur either in person at the Recreation Dept. at the Hasty Community Center 48 Pettengill Park Rd. OR Online at Registration Process: Pre-registration and pre-payment are required for all classes. For summer, fall, winter, and spring programs registrations are accepted in person, mail, online, or over the phone. Payment is expected prior to the start of the first class date, unless otherwise stated. Individuals may register their own family and one other family for programs unless we have specified otherwise. Non-Residents: Person who do not live in Auburn must pay an additional fee of $10 per class. This includes senior citizen non-residents, unless otherwise specified. Confirmations: We do not send course confirmations or reminders of enrollment. If you register for a program and do not receive a call from us, you have been accepted into the class and are responsible for knowing class dates, times, and location. Refunds: If we cancel a class or special event all fees will be refunded. If you withdraw 3 business days before the first class or one time event (excluding weekends & holidays), you will receive a full refund. If you withdraw fewer than 3 business days before the first class or one time event, you will receive a 50% refund. No refunds will be given if you cancel after the class or the one time event has taken place. If you are dissatisfied with a program after the first class of a session, you must let us know before the second class of the session. We will issue a 50% refund at this time. No refunds will be given after the second class of a session. Refunds take about days to process. We do not provide cash refunds. If injury occurs to a participant that prevents the participant from continuing in a class, you may request a pro-rated refund of the activity fee. Trip Refund: If Auburn Recreation cancels a trip we will refund all fees to the participant. If the participant notifies us 3 or more business days before the scheduled trip we will issue a full refund unless otherwise noted in the brochure. If the participant notifies us fewer than 3 business days before the scheduled trip we will issue a 50% refund. No refunds will be given the day of the trip or after the trip is held. Inclusion: Auburn Recreation provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. In order to accommodate your needs a request must be made at least 10 days prior to the first day of the program. 3

4 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 4 J UNE 26TH A UG 18TH Our day camps offer structured activities from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Drop-Off at both camp locations starting at 7:30 a.m. and Pick-Up ending at 5:30 p.m., 5 days a week. By working with the schools we are able to offer all campers breakfast and lunch at no cost through the federally sponsored summer food program. Each day, campers will take part in a variety of organized activities, games and arts & crafts. One day each week, campers will go on a beach trip, where they will enjoy organized activities and swimming. The Kindergarten through 3rd grade group delights in the Wednesdays-In-The-Park program each Wednesday and one day each week all camps participate in a special event/excursion day. Camp Name Grade Group Fees Little Eddies Camp Pre-K 3rd $775 ($100 off before 6/2) Big Eddies Camp 4th - 6th $775 ($100 off before 6/2) Excursion Camp 7th-8th $875 ($100 off before 6/2) Camp Location Fairview Elementary Pettengill Park Tot Lot (Fish Hatchery Rd) *This camp will do more off campus activities most days Locations subject to change based on availability. REGISTRATION PERIOD:Deadline June 2, 2017 Early Bird Discount $100 off if register before June 2. CAMP FEES: Residents 8-weeks $ Non-residents 8-weeks $ Excursion Camp: Residents 8-weeks $ Non-residents 8-weeks $ Ask about our by-the-week payment plans! Parent Info Night/Open House Come meet your camp counselor, fill out forms, and MOST important.get your camp shirt! Thursday June 22 Hasty Community Center 5:30-7pm (All grades and camps) 4

5 Plan ahead for Summer Camp 2017 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 5 Dates: June 26th August 14th Price: $ Pickleball Drop-in Grades: K 8th Grade A MANDATORY OPEN HOUSE WILL BE HELD AT THE HASTY COMMUNITY CENTER ON TUESDAY JUNE 22ND FROM 4PM TO 8PM. Pickleball ALL PAPERWORK is grown so fast AND we FINAL can hardly PAYMENTS keep up! SHOULD This indoor BE program IN AT THIS allows TIME! adults to come down and play a game that is best described as human ping pong! This program is welcoming Financial new players Aid packets all the time, are available be sure to starting come down Jan 7, and 2017 check it out! Look for More Info in February Coordinator: Pickeball Jasmine Drop-in McLoughlin Starting Back up in September! Days: Tuesday and Thursday Time: 9:00am 12:00pm Cost: $2 Residents/$3 Non-Residents Rentals/Birthday Party RENTALS Hasty Community Center Gym $20/hr for Mon-Fri 8am-430pm $60/hr Weekends and after 5pm Hasty Community Center Side Room $25/hr Tot Lot (Outside Location) $100 Full day rentals Municipal Beach Application and Agreement Only * Tot Lot and Municipal Beach available only Memorial Day to Labor day) BIRTHDAY SPECIALS Hasty Community Center Gym and Side Room Combo $50/hr *Kitchen use (cooking needs no cost for storage) $60 5

6 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 6 Youth Sports Camps Auburn Wreck Football Camp The Auburn Recreation Department with Coach Ron Nadeau and staff are proud to present the Auburn Wreck Football Camp. A chance to dust off the cleats and hit the field early before the season begins. The camp focus will be on football specific conditioning drills, skill & technique development, basic offensive & defensive schemes, as well as football terminology. This is a great opportunity to get ready for the season! Date: August 7-10 Location: Edward Little High School Time: 3-6th grade 5:15pm, 7-8th grade 6:30pm Cost: $30 ($40 for non-residents) Grades: 3-8th grade Coordinator: Peter Ceprano TWO EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: 1. Register in person at our office in the Hasty Community Center, Pettengill Park. 2. Or save time and register on-line by going to Eddies Football Camp The goal of Eddies Youth Football Camp is to prepare children for participation in the fall football programs through instruction in the proper fundamentals, skills, and techniques. The staff is committed to maintaining a fun-filled program with emphasis on mutual respect among participants and coaches. All participants should arrive 15 minutes before start line and come prepared for a full three hours of active instruction. Date: August 5th (one day) Price: $20 ($30 for non residents) Grades: 3rd 8th Time: 9 a.m. Noon Location: Edward Little High School This is not a contact camp. The only equipment participants need is comfortable clothing, sneakers or cleats, and a water bottle. Camp shirts will be issued. Program Coordinator: Peter Ceprano 6

7 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 7 Youth Sports Camps Seacoast Soccer Camp Players will be introduced to the basic techniques of soccer in a fun and positive environment. Emphasis will be on learning through fun games and small sided play. In accordance with their Smart Soccer philosophy, they will also address skills such as communication and sportsmanship. Date: July Location: Pettengill Park (Baseball Field) Ages: 3 14 Time/Cost: 3-4 yr. 9-10am $ yr am $ yr. 9am-12pm $115 Challenger Soccer Camp Challenger Sport coaches within a framework of character development based on respect, responsibility, integrity, leadership, and sportsmanship. Practices and trainings focus on the development of ability, balance and coordination, directed by coaching staff selected and trained to work exclusively in your child s camp. Date: August 7-11 Location: Pettengill Park (Baseball Field) Age: Ages 3-14 Time/Cost: Ages 3 6 (8am to 9am) $75 Ages 7 14 (Half Day: 9am to 12pm) $140 Ages 7-14 (Full Day: 9am to 4pm) $190 Host A Coach Program Make this experience even more special by hosting one of Challenger s professional British coaches during your week of camp. Host families will receive an $80.00 rebate check directly from Challenger Soccer. If you are interested in hosting a coach during this week of camp please call ext

8 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 8 Young Hacks Academy Kids spend one week learning the core concepts of computer programming and video game design. They practice their public speaking skills and learn the ability to pitch their ideas effectively. Camp will be led by Young Hacks Academy Staff. Lunch and computers are NOT provided for this program. Kids looking to use their school laptop should contact Peter Robinson for approval. Date: July Cost: $325 Time: 9a.m. 4p.m. Location: Hasty Community Center Ages: 9 12 Follow us on Facebook Auburn Recreation Department Maine L/A Swish Summer Clinics This summer program is for boys and girls looking to work on their individual skills during the summer. Each training class will consist of an hour that focus s on all aspects of skill development from ball handling, shooting, 1 on 1 moves, creating space to get your shots off, speed and agility, and much, much more Each participant will receive a L/A Swish shirt. Located at Hasty Community Center. Min/Max 5/12 per time slot. Wednesdays Basic Thursdays Advanced Grades: 3-8 Grades: 6-8 Time: 5:30pm, 6:30pm, 7:30pm Time: 5:30pm, 6:30pm, 7:30pm Cost: $60 Cost: $60 Session 1: June 28, 12, 19 Session 1: June 29, July 6, 13, 20 Session 2: July 26, Aug 2, 9, 16 Session 2: July 27, Aug 3, 10, 17 8

9 Auburn Recreation offers a variety of employment and volunteer opportunities throughout the year. Whether you need volunteer hours for work or a class or maybe a summer job while schools out, come find out what we can offer! Special Events Youth LAX Official Summer Camp Counselor Youth Basketball Coach Score Keeper Contact Us for more information ext Gym Supervisor 9

10 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 10 Competition Cheering Summer Camp Come join us with lead instructor Crystal Kirk for a 1 week introduction to stunts, cheers, and dance as you familiarize yourself with the exciting sport of Cheerleading! This program is open to new and experienced cheerleaders Date: June Date: August 7-10 Location: Hasty Community Center Location: Hasty Community Center Time: 5:30-7pm Time: 5:30-7pm Cost: $40 ($50 for non residents) Cost: $40 ($50 for non residents) Grades: K thru 6th Grades: K thru 6th Coordinator: Peter Ceprano Follow us on Facebook Auburn Recreation Department Maine Auburn Rec Track Camp Come join us for a free introduction to the Auburn Rec Track Program! Meet head coaches Andie and Tammy as they provide a sample of what our track program offers! They will touch upon the basic events; running, hurdles, relays, high jump, long jump, and throwing. Come check it out and see if Track and Field would be a good fit for you. Date: June 5 and 7 Cost: FREE Time: 5:30pm Location: Edward Little High School Track Ages: 6-15 (under 9 requires a parent to remain at practice) Coordinator: Peter Ceprano 10

11 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 11 For ages 6-15 We are thrilled to welcome Angie Jalbert and Tammy Rodrigue to the coaching staff as this years co-head coaches! The coaches and volunteers make the program fun and interesting for all, providing expert instruction and training in sprinting, running, hurdles, relays, high jump, long jump, and throwing events. Practices are held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:00 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. at the ELHS track. Competition is offered through scheduled Maine USA Track & Field Meets each Thursday beginning in late June starting at 10am. Auburn hosts two developmental meets and a division qualifying meet each summer. Participants are encouraged to compete in at least one event, in at least one meet. The five developmental meets are followed by a division qualifying meet and the state meet, to be held on August 10th. NOTE: Children 9 and under will require a parent to be present at practice. Volunteers are essential to the success of this program. If you are interested in helping, or you would like more information, please speak with coaches. Coordinator: Peter Ceprano PROGRAM DATES: FEES: *Includes USATF membership June 12 - August 10 Residents - $65.00 Non-Residents - $75.00 IMPORTANT! For 2017 season, copies of each child s birth certificate are needed at time of registration. There will be no online registrations, copies can be made at the rec. office when signing up, or send in the registration form with payment and copy of birth certificate/s included Meet Schedule Developmental meets start at 11:00 a.m. There is a $2.00 fee per meet and a $3.00 fee for District and State meets. TWO EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: 1. Register in person at our office in the Hasty Community Center, Pettengill Park. 2. Or save time and register on-line by going to 11

12 Grades 3-6 Register for TACKLE FOOTBALL at the 3rd-4th, and 5th-6th grade levels. Teams practice 3 times a week in preparation for league games, which are held on Saturdays or Sundays from early September through the end of October. Uniforms and equipment are issued by the department. Players must provide their own mouth guard, cup and cleats. All players must show proof of having passed a sports physical within 2 years of the start of the program. Auburn Youth Football is for Auburn Residents only. is part of the Mid Coast Youth Football League. This includes teams from Turner, Brunswick, Topsham, Lewiston, and Bath. All Volunteers must fill out an application for volunteer service in order to be considered for a volunteer Early Bird Registration Program Fee: Registration Ends Program Dates: Coordinator: Now - July 21 ($20 off) $ ($85 during Early Bird) Teams are full Aug 3rd - Early Nov, 2017 Peter Ceprano For more information on schedules, cancellations, and other useful information please check Sunday July 30 9am-12pm Hasty Community Center 12

13 7th & 8th Grade The Auburn Recreation Department will sponsor Varsity and Junior Varsity Football squads that will have a complete game schedule. While sportsmanship, physical fitness, participation and recreation are emphasized, the league competition is spirited and exciting. Practices begin the week of August 17th at Chestnut Field and are held 5 days a week during the season. Participants must show proof of having passed a sports physical within 2 years of the start of this season, prior to receiving their equipment or attending practices. All football equipment and uniforms are issued by the recreation department. Players must supply their own personal protection equipment and rubber-cleated shoes. is part of the Mid Coast Middle School Football League where we will compete against teams from Turner, Bath, Oxford Hills, Brunswick, Mt. Ararat, Lewiston, Gardiner, and Augusta. By MCMSFL rules, only players living in Auburn are eligible for this program. A player is not eligible if they turn 15 prior to August 1st 2017 Early Bird Registration: Registration Fee: Program Dates: Coordinator: Now - July 21 ($20 off) $185 ($165 during Early Bird) Aug 14th - Early Nov, 2017 Peter Ceprano For more information on schedules, cancellations, and other useful information please check Sunday August 6 9am 12pm Hasty Community Center 13

14 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 14 YOUTH TENNIS FOR LA Residents Rally, serve, and swing with LA s Youth Tennis Program! If you have never played or are an experienced player we have the right program for you. We have a progression level program that will place players in the right skill level so they will always find success on the court. WHERE: Franklin Pasture Tennis Courts 156 East Ave., Lewiston WHEN: July 10th - August 18th (Days and times are dependent on program signed up for) Program Age Range Days Time Cost Description Level 1 Red Ball 5-7 Tue & Thu 8:15am-9:00am $40 L/A Res $60 Non Res Shortened court and low bouncing balls makes it ideal for learning the FUNdamentals Level 2 Red Ball 7-9 Tue & Thu 9:00am- 10:00am $50 L/A Res $70 Non Res Shortened court and low bouncing balls makes it ideal for learning the FUNdamentals Level 3 Orange Ball 9-11 Tue & Thu 10:00am- 11:00am $50 L/A Res $70 Non Res Medium size court and moderate bouncing balls will improve your tennis game Level 4 Green Ball Mon & Wed 8:30am-9:30am $50 L/A Res $70 Non Res Full size court with a higher bouncing ball will get you managing a full size court Level 5 Yellow Ball 13+ Mon & Wed 9:30am- 11:00am $50 L/A Res $60 Non Res Full size court and the highest bouncing ball for the advanced player JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS Junior Team Tennis is designed to introduce kids to team competition in a setting that focuses on play opportunities, developing skills, and FUN. The three priorities of local Juniors Team Tennis are to (1) make it easy to form teams, (2) increase play opportunities for every child, and (3) promote level based play. Franklin Pasture Tennis Courts 156 East Ave., Lewiston WHEN: Fridays, July 14th - August 18th TIME: 9:30am-11:00am COST: $20 Lewiston/Auburn Resident, $40 Non Resident To Register for Youth Tennis Contact Lewiston Recreation Dept. (207)

15 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 15 Follow us on Facebook Auburn Recreation Department Maine Golf Lessons Apple Valley Golf Course will be teaching the fundamentals of golf in this great instructional program. These lessons are designed with the beginner and intermediate golfer in mind. Golfers must provide their own clubs; golf balls at the driving range are provided. Don t miss this great opportunity to learn more about a sport that will last you a lifetime. Golf Lessons Session 1 Date: Fridays June 23 July 14 Location: Apple Valley Golf Course Time: 9-11am Cost: $45 ($55 for non residents) Ages: 6-12 Golf Lessons Session 2 Date: Fridays July 21 Aug 11 Location: Apple Valley Golf Course Time: 9-11am Cost: $45 ($55 for non residents) Ages: 6-12 Golf Lessons Full Session Date: Fridays June 23 Aug 18 Location: Apple Valley Golf Course Time: 9-11am Cost: $90 ($100 for non residents) Ages: 6-12 Coordinator: Peter Ceprano TWO EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: 1. Register in person at our office in the Hasty Community Center, Pettengill Park. 2. Or save time and register on-line by going to 15

16 Page 16 Clam Bake Thursday, June 8, 2017 Foster s Clambake in York, Maine. Cost $50.00 includes meal, transportation and bus driver tip. Bus leaves Pettengill Park at 10:00 a.m. and will return by 5:00 p.m. Menu: Maine lobster (or BBQ chicken), rich clam chowder, a pile of juicy mussels and steamers, corn on the cob, roasted potatoes and onions and Maine blueberry crumb cake. Coordinator: Jan Biron Sawyer Foundation Friday, June 9, 2017: We will leave Pettengill Park at 11:30 a.m. and stop at Hurricane s Café for lunch prior to the performance. Cost: $5.00 for transportation. There is no cost for the show, but the Sawyer Foundation gratefully accepts donations at each performance. We will return by 4:00 p.m. Coordinator: Jan Biron Sawyer Foundation Friday, July 28, 2017 Lorraine Ouellette Trio Performance Van will leave Pettengill Park at 11:30 a.m. We will have lunch at Hurricane s Café at Noon (on your own) and then head to the Sawyer Foundation for the performance at 2:00. There is no charge for the performance, but donations are gladly accepted, $5.00 for transportation. We will return by 4:00 p.m. Space is limited, so register early. Coordinator: Jan Biron 16

17 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 17 Old Orchard Beach Thursday, August 10, Join us on this VERY popular trip to Old Orchard. We will park near the beach and the pier so we can walk to get lunch, or you can bring your lunch and eat on the beach. Lay out in the sun, or bring an umbrella. Take a walk on the beach, or just relax in your favorite chair. It s all up to you! Cost: $10.00 per person. Van will leave Pettengill Park at 9:00 a.m. and return by 4:00 p.m. Register early. Space is limited. Coordinator: Jan Biron Market Basket Tuesday, August 8, Market Basket Cost for transportation: $5.00. Van will leave Pettengill Park at 11:00 a.m. and will return by 4:00 p.m. We will stop at a local restaurant for lunch (on your own) and continue on to Market Basket in Biddeford. There you can take advantage of all their fabulous grocery deals! We suggest you bring an insultated bag along for the cold items. Register in advance as space is limited. Coordinator: Jan Biron TWO EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: 1. Register in person at our office in the Hasty Community Center, Pettengill Park. 2. Or save time and register on-line by going to 17

18 Page 18 Fishing Derby Join us for this fun filled derby where kids of all ages have a great time. Action can be fast and furious, and is always fun. We stock Pettengill Pond with over two hundred Brook Trout ranging in size from 6 to 12 inches!! This event is made possible through the generous support of the Auburn Exchange Club. Sat. May 13 Cost: $5 per person Ages 3 15 Time: Ages 3 to 8 from 8-10am Ages 9 to 15 from 11am-1pm Location: Pettengill Park Pond Falcon Fitness 5K Trail Run put on by AMS PTO and Wolf Pack Fitness to raise money and help promote healthy exercise for all ages. Race will be a 5k mud/trail run held on Mt. Apatite, with multiple obstacles set up along the way. Obstacles will have different options and levels, which will adjust based on physical fitness level and age. Date: Saturday, May 13 th Age/Grade: Ages 5 and up Time: Registration 8:00 Registration: Now through Friday, May 12 th Start Time 10:00 Cost: Pre-registration $20 Day of Registration $25 Location: Mt. Apatite Trail 18

19 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 19 Wednesdays on the Park Lewiston & Auburn Recreation Departments present: WEDNESDAYS in the Park A Celebration of our 38th Year! All Performances at 1:00 p.m. sharp Rain or Shine! Rain location: Lewiston Armory, 65 Central Avenue. Lewiston FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE June 28 Mad Science in the Lewiston Armory July 12 Bricen Lang, Magician in Festival Plaza in Auburn July 26 Jason Tardy, Juggler in Festival Plaza in Auburn August 9 Kite Show in Lewiston park TBA Saturday May 20, 2017 Spend the day in a Park! Picture Contest! Snap a pic and post it with the hastag #AuburnParks The Recreation Dept. will be selecting 1 lucky winner to have Lunch with Auburn s Mayor Jonathan LaBonte (he s paying!). 19

20 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 20 Movies in the Park Fun for the whole family! Enjoy a movie under the stars. This summer we will be showing three films in Festival Plaza on June 22, July 6, and July 20. Bring warm clothes, a blanket and low chairs to sit on during the film. Movie starts at dusk (8:45pm approximately) FREE FOR ALL AGES! Movies Featured June 22: Jurassic Park July 6: Dr. Seuss The Lorax July 20: Toy Story Rain Location: Ingersoll Turf Facility Box Car Movie Night: UP Friday August 11, 2017 Ingersoll Turf Facility Hot Air Balloon judging begins at 6:45 pm Movie will follow at approximately 7:00 pm FREE FOR ALL AGES! Enjoy the Move UP under the stars and on the big screen! Kids, create your own home-made cardboard box Hot Air Balloon and enjoy the movie in style. Prizes will be given out for the best boats on the lot! Judging based on creativity, materials used, and appearance. 20

21 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 21 Auburn Farmer s Market May 23 Oct 3 Tuesdays 4-7pm Parking Lot of Happy Days Diner LOCAL NATRUAL FRESH Auburn Summer Festival 2018 August 11, 12, 13 Headline Events Friday Aug 11 Box Car Movie Night in Pettengill Park/Ingersoll Turf Facility Saturday Aug 12 Baxter 5k Run, Summer Block Party at Mac s Grill with 3 bands, kids carnival, and so much more! Sunday August 13 Troy Barnies 2nd Annual Pop-up Basketball Clinic at the Gully Basketball Courts, Tabors Lake Auburn Open Mini Golf Tournament Looking to be apart of Auburn s Summer Festival? Contact the Auburn Rec Dept. and find out how to add an event, sponsor, or find the full list of events! 21

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23 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 23 We are your Funtown/ Splashtown, Aquaboggan AND York s Wild Kingdom Discount Ticket Headquarters FUNTOWN/SPLASHTOWN Combo passes for children and adults (children must be 48 or taller) Your Cost: $30.00 AQUABOGGAN Combo passes for children and adults (children must be 48 or taller) Your Cost: $15.00 YORK S WILD KINGDOM Combo passes for children and adults Your Cost: $15.00 All Ticket Sales are Final First Come First Serve Cash Payment Only Buy your tickets at Hasty Community Center 48 Pettengill Park Auburn, ME ext 2101 Sales end on September 1,

24 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 24 Art Walk What better way to enjoy your Friday evening then checking out some Art in the downtown area of Auburn and Lewiston! There will be various venues along the way along with the best outdoor venue in the City.. Festival Plaza! Art Walk occurs every 3rd Friday of the Month! May 19 June 16 July 21 Aug 18 Sept 15 3rd Annual Red Table Event The Red Table event occurs during the August Art Walk in Festival Plaza. When: Friday, August 18 Where: Festival Plaza, Downtown Auburn Time: Art Walk from 5-8pm Red Table Picnic from 5:30-8pm Theme: RED (cloths, table cloth, cups, food etc) This is a FREE event! 24

25 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 25 Save the Date 1st Annual Pettengill Park Day Saturday September 16, 2017 Come check out the New and Improved Pettengill Park with updated ballfields, parking lot, Hasty Community Center, Ingersoll Turf Facility, and Senior Center. Games, Prizes, Program Offerings, and ton s more! Winterfest 2018 Save the Date January 26, 27, 28 Tons of fun for the whole family all weekend long! 25

26 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 26 Adult Basketball Summer Leagues Men s Fast Break League Our Men s summer basketball carries on the tradition of competitive basketball in a fun environment. All participants will need to sign a liability waiver Our fast break basketball league will include a minimum of 8 regular season games plus playoffs. Adult Basketball Men s Fast Break Date: Monday s Starting June 5 Cost: $625 per team Time: Evenings Location: Hasty Community Center 18+ with rosters due before first game Coordinator: Heath Crocker, Men s Slow Down League The slow down league offers a slower tempo than the fast pace league but still is just as competitive. All players must be 30 over to be eligible for this league. All participants will need to sign a liability waiver Our slow down basketball league will include a minimum of 8 regular season games plus playoffs. Adult Basketball Men s Slow Down League Date: Tuesdays starting June 6 Cost: $575 per team Time: Evenings Location: Hasty Community Center 30+ with rosters due before first game Coordinator: Heath Crocker, 26

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28 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 28 Ingersoll Turf Facility Come check out the new Ingersoll Turf Facility! Peak Season October April Prime Time (Full Field) $150 Non-Prime Time (Full Field) $110 Prime Time (Half Field) $100 Non-Prime Time (Half Field) $75 Batting Cage $30 Hourly Rates Non-Peak Season May September Prime Time (Full Field) $100 Non-Prime Time (Full Field) $75 Prime Time (Half Field) $65 Non-Prime Time (Half Field) $50 Batting Cage $20 Hourly Rates For more information check out the website Website: Contact Jeremy Gatcomb for more information T: Ext

29 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMR 2017 Page 29 Come check out the Norway Savings Bank Ice Arena! Public skate and Shinny Hockey times available online. For more info on Times and Dates go to their website and look under Schedule and Events Website: Contact Jason Paquin for more information T: option 3 29

30 AUBURN RECREATION SUMMER 2017 PROGRAM BROCHURE Recreation Staff Sabrina Best Recreation Director ext Jeremy Gatcomb Ingersoll Turf Arena GM ext Jan Biron Recreation Specialist (Senior Programs) ext Peter Ceprano Recreation Specialist (Youth Sports & Adult Leagues) ext Customer Service ext Summer Camp Coordinator ext Fall Brochure will be available in August! Let s Get Moving! Visit or call X 2101 for more information. Office hours: Weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Address: 48 Pettengill Park Road., Auburn, ME

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