CARSON CITY RECREATION DIVISION
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Carson City Recreation is a division of the Parks & Recreation Department and is comprised of five areas of service:
The Community Center serves as the central facility for a multitude of programs and services. The gymnasium houses sports programs, summer camp, events, voting, and much more. The meeting rooms are used for seminars, government meetings (Board of Supervisors and various committees), training, and recreational classes. The Bob Boldrick Theater, with 767 general, 8 ADA and 8 companion seats, is a venue for musicals, concerts, dance recitals, and plays (both scholastic and theatrical).
The Aquatic Facility consists of a 50-meter indoor pool with two 1-meter diving boards, a training pool (depth of zero to 3.5 feet), a therapy pool, an outdoor pool with a 133-foot water slide, and a weight room. Lap and open swim, water aerobic classes, year-round swimming instruction, and programs for the disabled are among the programs offered.
The Youth Programs consist of:
Kids Klub programs including before and after school enrichment programs for grades K-6
Mid-day Kinder Program (transportation provided for most elementary schools)
Middle School program
Fall, Winter and Spring Break Kamps
Special programs for children attending Fremont year-round school
The Sports Programs consist of:
Adult & Youth Volleyball
Adult & Youth Basketball
Junior Ski & Snowboard
Lifetime leisure activities
Special Events are also provided by the Recreation Division, including skateboard tournaments twice a year, an annual kids' triathlon, and annual talent contests.
The Movers & Doers program was created for persons with disabilities in order to include these citizens in recreational activities. A monthly calendar is mailed to all participants providing dates and times for activities such as bowling, movies & pizza, attending plays, basketball & baseball games, bingo, dances, and much more.
Parks and Facility Rentals are available for the public to hold their own special event.
"What we do during our working hours determines what we have;
what we do during our leisure hours determines what we are." --George Eastman