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OCPR Update: Signup for indoor winter activities – youth basketball

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation takes to the court for youth basketball season this month, with signup deadline for third to sixth grade boys and girls fast approaching. Practice begins after Thanksgiving with games scheduled for all ages into the new year.

Christmas Arts and Crafts Workshop, 

  • Instructor, Becky Weaver (USD 348, Baldwin, High School Art Instructor)
  • Pre-K- 2 nd Grade (December 9, 9:30-10:30am)
  • 3 rd -8 th Grade (December 9, 11am-12pm)
  • Location, Osage City Community Building
  • Cost, $15 per student
  • Projects May Include
    — Creating Wrapping Paper
    — Ornaments
    — Holiday Décor
    — Holiday Cards
  • SIGN UP DEADLINE, DECEMBER 4
    — All projects will be available to take home
    — Reminder, Art can be messy – Please dress accordingly
    — Sign up forms were sent through OCES, available at Osage City Hall, online at www.osagecity.com, and can be viewed/printed at the Osage
    City Facebook Page.
    — For More Workshop Information Contact
    — — Becky Weaver, [email protected]


    Youth Basketball, 1st and 2nd grade, coed

    • Team Practice – January 8 and 15.
    • Boys Practice, 6-7 p.m. or 7-8 p.m. (if needed), single grade team practices (half court).
    • Girls Practice, all 1st/2nd girls practice as one group.

    Game information, boys and girls

    • Dates – January 22-February 19.
    • Team/group practice, first 30-minutes.
    • Game, second 30-minutes.
    • Each game is two (2), 15-minute halves.
    • Players receive a team shirt and participation award.
    • Cost is $20 per player.

    Signup deadline: December 18


    Youth Basketball (pre-k and kindergarten, coed)

    • Dates – January 14-February 18.
    • Time – 5-6 p.m.
    • Location – Osage City Junior High and High School gyms.
    • Players receive a shirt and participation award.
    • Cost is $20 per player.

    Signup deadline: January 8


    See OCPR online at www.osagecity.com
    *Click City Departments, then Parks & Recreation for program information,
    printable signup forms, schedules and more!
    Also visit Osage City on Facebook.

OCPR Update: Fall rolls in along with youth roundball

OCPR-logo-redSignup deadline is approaching for Osage City Parks and Recreation youth basketball for third through sixth graders. Practice begins at the end of November. Here are the details:

Youth Basketball
(3rd-6th grade boys and girls)

  • OCPR teams participate in the Scott Brown Youth Basketball League.
  • League divisions are split into single grades 3rd-6th grade for boys and girls.
  • Team practice can begin the week of November 27 if a team has a coach.
  • SBBL Season – Saturdays, Jan. 6 – Feb. 17, 2018.
  • SBBL League Divisional Tournaments, Feb. 24, 2018.
  • Players receive a team uniform (jersey and shorts).
  • Cost is $30 per player.

Signup Deadline, Nov. 6

OCPR Update: October tumbles in as gymnastics classes start jumping

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation is laying down the mats for the upcoming gymnastics classes, which will keep gymnasts jumping and tumbling in October and November. Here are the details:

OCPR Update: Get your kicks with Tae Kwon Do classes

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation has made it easy to get your kicks with the fall session of Tae Kwon Do underway; also youth tackle football games are ongoing through the end of September. Here are the details of OCPR activities:

OCPR Update: September brings fall activities

OCPR-logo-redLabor Day weekend is past, which means the Osage City Aquatic Center has closed for the season. But kids shouldn’t think they don’t have anything to do – Osage City Parks and Recreation has plenty of fall activities planned. Upcoming opportunities include a countywide volleyball league, volleyball camp, cheerleader camp, and youth tackle football.

OCPR Update: 5th-6th grade volleyball league open to teams countywide

OCPR-logo-redSummer activities are winding down for Osage City Parks and Recreation, but the Osage City Aquatic Center remains open on weekends through Labor Day, and signup for fall activities is underway. Check out upcoming opportunities to participate in a countywide volleyball league, volleyball camp, and cheerleader camp.

OCPR Update: Cool off at the aquatic center until Labor Day

OCPR-logo-redSummer activities are winding down for Osage City Parks and Recreation, but the Osage City Aquatic Center remains open on weekends through Labor Day, and signup for fall activities is underway. Check out upcoming opportunities to participate in youth soccer, youth flag football, cheerleader camp, volleyball camp, and a countywide volleyball league.

OCPR Update: Your kind of summer fun – swimming, youth football, gymnastics or yoga

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation has a summer of fun activities planned. Cool off at the Osage City Aquatics Center, or signup for youth football, gymnastics or yoga.

 

OCPR Update: The pool’s cool, but summer heats up with art, gymnastics, yoga, football

OCPR-logo-redWhen you’re looking for a way to beat the heat this summer, take a look at the Osage City Aquatic Center. Osage City Parks and Recreation has the pool ready for recreation or lessons. And for summertime blues, OCPR is offering plenty of fun to keep kids lively, active and healthy, including art, gymnastics, yoga and football. Here are details:

OCPR Update: Kids get ready to swim, create, sing and tumble your way through summer

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation is ready for summer, with the aquatic center set to open May 27, 2017. Along with a schedule of swimming lessons, OCPR is also scheduling summer art camps, junior musical camps, and gymnastics camps.

OCPR Update: Tykes tee off for tee-ball; signup for lifeguard, WSI, swim lessons, football, yoga

OCPR-logo-redIn less than a month, Osage City Aquatic Center will be open for recreation and water safety training, and Osage City Parks and Recreation is gearing up for a summer full of fun. On OCPR’s upcoming schedule are tee-ball, youth football, lifeguard and water safety training, swim lessons, and yoga.

OCPR Update: Spring is here along with BBQ season

OCPR-logo-redWith spring starting next week, Osage City Parks and Recreation activities are peeking into summertime with youth baseball and softball and tee-ball signup deadlines approaching, lifeguard, water safety instruction, and CPR certification classes scheduled. And with spring here, that means smoke will follow, as in Smoke in the Spring, the annual barbecue weekend in Osage City, April 7-8, 2017.

OCPR Update: Youth baseball and softball, summer lifeguards needed, BBQ season starts

OCPR-logo-redSpring is almost here and Osage City Parks and Recreation is getting out the balls and bats for youth baseball and softball. Also, applications are being taken for summer lifeguards. And of course it’s everyone’s favorite season in Osage City with Smoke in the Spring scheduled for April 7-8, 2017.

OCPR Update: Kick off the winter blues with tae kwon do

OCPR-logo-redWith the groundhog predicting six more weeks of winter last week, Osage City Parks and Recreation is already planning for springtime. Coming up: Spring session of Tae Kwon Do, gets underway Feb. 13, 2017; softball pitching and hitting clinics begin this week.

OCPR Update: Explore your artistic abilities for the holidays

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation’s arts and crafts camp features holiday art, such as greeting cards, wrapping paper and other projects; signup deadline is next week! Along with softball pitching and hitting clinics, OCPR is gearing up for youth basketball. See the latest schedule:

OCPR Update: Hit, pitch, dribble and dabble

OCPR-logo-redWith a new year just around the corner, Osage City Parks and Recreation is setting up for winter youth basketball, with signup deadline on Jan. 2, 2017, and scheduling appointments for softball pitching and hitting clinics that start in December. Also, young artists are invited to show their talents during Christmas arts and crafts camp scheduled for Dec. 10. Here are the details and schedule for upcoming activities:

OCPR Update: Football punts to basketball season

OCPR-logo-redFall is here and football season is about to give way to the round ball and courtside fans as youth basketball gets underway at Osage City Parks and Recreation. Here are the latest schedules for OCPR activities.

OCPR Update: Run, jump, tumble while learning basic gymnastics

OCPR-logo-redStudents through eighth grade are invited to tumble on down to Osage Parks and Recreation for basic gymnastics classes beginning in October; fall youth football is underway with more games scheduled. See below for more information about OCPR’s fall activities:

OCPR Update: Summer recreation winds down as fall arrives

OCPR-logo-redWith fall just around the corner, Osage City Parks and Recreation is getting ready for shorter days and evening recreation. Scheduling now are basic gymnastics and Tae Kwon Do classes.

OCPR Update: Summer starts cool down while fall sports heat up

OCPR-logo-redDog days of summer signal cooler times ahead, just as youth sports heat up for Osage City Parks and Recreation. Signup deadlines approach for fall youth sports camps and leagues, including volleyball, cheerleading, soccer and football.

OCPR Update: Soccer, volleyball, cheerleader camps kick off

OCPR-logo-redKids involved in Osage City Parks and Recreation activities are having a busy, fun-filled summer. With hot weather here, the Osage City Aquatic Center has been a popular gathering spot and the pool is open daily through Labor Day weekend. Soccer, youth volleyball, and cheerleading camps are also about to get under way (note sign up deadlines). Here’s the latest OCPR update:

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