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OCPR Update: It’s spring and it’s time for smoke!

Osage City Parks and Recreation announces:

Smoke in the Spring
April 9, 2021  

Jones Park, Osage City, Kansas
For updated event information, visit our Facebook Page
www.facebook.com/smokeinthespring


Taste of Osage City
Friday, April 9 at Jones Park
5 p.m.-“Until The Food Runs Out”
Presented by Edward Jones

This is a special community event showcasing Smoke in the Spring BBQ teams.

  • BBQ teams accept BBQ Bucks as payment for food.
  • BBQ Bucks can be reused from year to year
  • BBQ Bucks are a dollar for dollar exchange.

BBQ Bucks are on sale 8 a.m.-5 p.m. April 5-8, and 8 a.m.-12 p.m. April 9 at Osage City Hall, and 1-7 p.m. Friday, April 9 on site at Smoke in the Spring, at the Community Building South Side Patio.


Live Music – Chance Encounter
7-9 p.m. Friday, April 9
Outdoors south of OCPR Building
Sponsored by the Osage City Fraternal Order of Eagles #3890

The party rock and guitar chaos of “Chance Encounter” – Bringing 80s and 90s hard rock covers! Band members: Devin Chance, guitar and vocals; Jonny Blake, drums and vocals; Bob Brown, guitar, keyboard, triangle, and vocals; Lewis Spring, bass and vocals.


Firework Demo Display
9 p.m. Friday, April 9
South area at Jones Park
Provided courtesy of Garrett’s Fireworks, Osage City, Kansas

OCPR Update: Spring is right around the corner; job openings for pool season

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Aquatic Center is getting ready for summer, offering a variety of job openings for the pool season. Also coming up are Flint Hills League youth baseball and softball, dance clinic, and BBQ with Smoke in the Spring, April 9-10, 2021! See details below:


OCPR Update: Osage City Aquatic Center announces job openings

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Aquatic Center has several job openings for the upcoming pool season:

Assistant Pool Manager

  • Minimum age of 18 to apply
  • Season Hour Position – During OCAC season
  • 20-40 hours per week
  • If hired, must complete CPR & Lifeguard Training

Lifeguard

  • Minimum age of 15 to apply
  • Season Hour Position – During OCAC Season
  • 10-30 hours per week
  • If hired, must complete CPR & Lifeguard Training

Concession Worker

  • Minimum age of 18 to apply
  • Season Hour Position – During OCAC Season
  • 20-40 hours per week
  • If hired, must complete CPR Training

Application deadline, March 5, 2021. Return applications to Osage City Hall, Corey, or Lynn. Interviews (if needed) will be scheduled by Lynn. Pickup applications at Osage City Hall – Questions? Contact Corey or Lynn.

OCPR Update: A new year of activities ahead

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation is starting off the new year with youth basketball for pre-K through second grade, with the signup deadline on Jan. 15, 2021. Here are the details:

OCPR Update: OCHS cheer team coaches up-and-coming cheerleaders

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation is encouraging young cheerleaders to participate for the OCHS Cheer Camp, with a deadline of Sept. 25 for signup. Also in the works is the annual barbecue contest and community barbecue party, Smoke in the Spring, which has been postponed this year to Oct. 30-31, 2020. The schedule of events is shaping up to include fun for everyone.


OCPR Update: It’s hot and the pool is waiting for you

OCPR-logo-redIt’s officially hot outside and Osage City Aquatic Center is open for cooling off. Swim lessons are underway and session two begins next week. Osage City Parks and Recreation is also gearing up for youth football for summer and early fall. Check out the current OCPR schedule below.

OCPR Update: Osage City Aquatic Center opens for summer fun

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Aquatic Center will open to swimmers next week, June 15, 2020, and Osage City Parks and Recreation has scheduled group and private swimming lessons, lap swims, and water aerobics for the season. Here are the details:

OCPR Update: Smoke in the Spring at Halloween; still planning softball, baseball

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation has officially rescheduled Smoke in the Spring to Oct. 30-31, 2020. The annual event was originally scheduled for the second weekend in April, but was postponed due to the pandemic. OCPR is also still planning youth softball and baseball and accepting applications in case the season will happen. See details about OCPR’s spring plans below:

OCPR Update: Where there’s spring, there’s smoke – Smoke in the Spring!

OCPR-logo-redWith spring just around the corner, Osage City Parks and Recreation is gearing up for, what else, barbecue! Smoke in the Spring State BBQ Championship is April 10-11, 2020, and the Osage City community is planning its annual celebration of barbecuen. Also in the works for springtime – setting team rosters for the OCPR Flint Hills League youth baseball and softball. See signup details below:

OCPR Update: Dance clinic, BBQ, aquatic center employment opportunities

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation will finish up winter with the Osage City High School dance clinic for dancers first through eighth grade, but spring is just around the corner as preparations are being made for the city’s annual BBQ festival, Smoke in the Spring. And though it seems too cold to think about the aquatic center, applications are now open for assistant pool manager, lifeguards and concession workers. 

OCPR Update: Get ready for the holidays at Christmas arts and crafts workshop

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation will have student artists decking the halls at an upcoming Christmas arts and crafts workshop. And gearing up for the New Year, sign up is underway for young roundball players. Check out the details:

OCPR Update: Get ready to play basketball!

OCPR-logo-redIt’s basketball season and Osage City Parks and Recreation is setting up OCPR teams to participate in the Scott Brown Youth League. Signup deadline for third to sixth grade teams is coming up.

OCPR Update: Pool to start weekend hours through Labor Day

OCPR-logo-redSummer’s winding down and fall sports are on the horizon. Finish up your summer fun at the Osage City Aquatic Center, then join with Osage City Parks and Recreation in getting ready for football, soccer, volleyball and cheer camps.

 

OCPR Update: Be cool at the pool

OCPR-logo-redSummer is here and you should be there – Osage City Aquatic Center, that is. It’s time to cool off the easy way – at the pool. Swim booklets are still available. Osage City Parks and Recreation is gearing up for summer musical camp and youth football. Here are the details of upcoming activities.

 

OCPR Update: Summertime fun on the schedule

OCPR-logo-redSummer’s almost here! Osage City Parks and Recreation is gearing up for swim lessons and other summertime fun at the Osage City Aquatic Center. Also on the schedule are musical camp, football camp, and 3rd-4th grade football and 5th-6th grade football. Here are the details:

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