Recreation Division

2022 Summer Recreation Program Guide

Welcome to the City of Cheyenne Recreation Division

News & Updates:  

We have it all!  Activities and programs such as sports, fitness classes, pickleball, dog and horse classes, martial arts, etc.

Please like “CheyenneRec” on Facebook for updates, and check out our new Instagram site at CheyenneRecreation. Click on the logos below to follow our pages!

Weather Policy – If the School District is closed due to bad weather, the City Recreation Division Programs will also be closed.

See the tabs below for Recreation Division program details.

Contact Us: (307) 773-1044
Registrations: (307) 637-6423

 

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COVID Guidelines and Program Contacts

If your child or an adult is in quarantine from school or work, they are in quarantine from any City of Cheyenne program as well until the quarantine period has expired.  Please no exceptions.  If you are participating in a City Recreation program and you have been placed in quarantine or have any of the following symptoms, please stay home:

Fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, loss of taste or smell.

We are doing our part to keep everyone healthy by requiring frequent hand sanitizing or washing, maintaining social distancing, and sanitizing equipment after each program.  We highly recommend using masks if you are unable to social distance.  If the program is being held at a School District facility, you must follow their protocol.

Thank you so much for helping us keep City youth and adult programs running by following these guidelines.

Recreation Manager

Lori DeVilbiss
Manager and Sponsorships, Recreation Division
LDevilbiss@CheyenneCity.org
307-773-1044

Adult/Youth Sports

David Contreras
Recreation Specialist II – Adult and Youth Sports
DContreras@CheyenneCity.org
307-637-6425

David Mullen, CPRP
Recreation Specialist – Adult & Youth Sports
DMullen@CheyenneCity.org
307-773-1039

Harley Tekerman
Recreation Specialist – Adult and Youth Sports
HTekerman@CheyenneCity.org
307-637-6408

Gymnastics

Shannon Mitchell
Gymnastics Specialist
SMitchell@CheyenneCity.org
General questions: 307-637-6407
Registrations: 307-637-6423

Latchkey & Summer Rec Camp

Jade Herstein
Recreation Specialist, Childcare
JHerstein@CheyenneCity.org
307-773-1032

Adult Sports & Programs

Co-Rec Adult Kickball League

Location: Dave Romero Park

Activity # 260131

Enjoy a recreational kickball league to end your summer! League is outdoors and will be played at the Dave Romero Park field. Open to men and women ages 16 and up (as of July 5, 2022), with up to 20 players on a roster. Teams are guaranteed 6 games plus a single elimination tournament.

Season: July 5-September 2, 2022

Cover Letter

Game Schedule

League Standings (Through Week 4)

Tournament Bracket

Rules & Regulations

Contact: David Mullen at dmullen@cheyennecity.org or call 773-1039.

 

Co-Rec Adult Softball League - Registration Closed, Season begins August 8.

Location: Converse/Brimmer Softball Complexes

Activity #: 260011

A recreational adult softball league for teams composed of men and women.  The season will be 10 games and start in August.  This league has divisions for all skill levels from first time players to seasoned veterans!  League plays under USSSA sanctions and umpired by USSSA umpires.

Season: August 8 – September 15, 2022

Master Schedule

2022 Co-Rec Softball Rules

Athletic Bylaws

Contact:  Harley Tekerman at htekerman@cheyennecity.org or (307) 637-6408.

Men’s & Women’s Fall Volleyball - Registration Now Open!

Location: Various Schools

Men’s Volleyball Activity # 360071

Women’s Volleyball Activity # 360081

Two leagues, one for men’s teams, and one for women’s teams. This volleyball league is a great way to stay active as the weather starts to cool down. We offer divisions for all skill levels! Play with a team or as a free agent player. Teams are guaranteed 10 games, plus a Single Elimination Tournament.

Registration: June 20-August 4, 2022

Fee: $420/team

Late Registration: August 5-August 18, 2022

Late Fee: $50

Season:  September 12 – December 16, 2022

Cover Letter

Registration Form

Contact: David Mullen at dmullen@cheyennecity.org or call (307) 773-1039.

Fall Pickleball 101 - Registration Now Open!

Location: Youth Activity and Community Center

Activity # 360111

A paddle sport that combines elements of tennis, ping pong, and badminton into one. It is one of the Country’s fastest growing sports and is meant for all ages and skill levels. This class is an introduction to Pickleball, meant for beginners who are trying to familiarize themselves with the sport. The classes will be more about learning drills and working on fundamentals. Classes held indoors and capped at 12 participants.

Registration:  July 25-September 8, 2022

Late Registration: September 9-September 22, 2022

Fee: $50/player

Late Fee: $10 if space is available.

Session: October 4-November 3, 2022

Dates/Times: Tuesdays & Thursday, 9:00-11:00am

Registration Form

Click Here to Register Online

Contact: David Mullen at dmullen@cheyennecity.org or call (307) 773-1039.

Adult Basketball Officials Training - Registration Now Open!

Location:  Youth Activity & Community Center

Activity #360092        

Have you always wanted to referee?  This training will get you ready for this coming season Adult Basketball season.  Learn proper court positioning, call signals, and the aspects of the game.

Registration:  June 6 – August 25, 2022

Fee:  Free

Date & Time:  Friday, September 2, 6:00-8:00pm

Location: Youth Activity and Community Center

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE

Contact:  David Contreras at dcontreras@cheyennecity.org or call (307) 637-6425.

Youth Volleyball Officials Training - Registration Now Open!   

Location: Youth Activity and Community Center

Activity # 271026

Like to be a part of the game and give back to the youth? Training designed to teach proper mechanics, making the correct call, and game management.

To register for this training, please contact the Kiwanis Community House at 307-637-6427.

Registration:  June 20-August 18, 2022

Fee:  Free

Date/Time:  August 23, 2022, 6:00pm

Contact: David Mullen at dmullen@cheyennecity.org or call (307) 773-1039.

Youth Basketball Officials Training - Registration opens August 22!

Location:  Youth Activity and Community Center

Activity #372023        

Have you always wanted to referee?  This training will get you ready for this coming season Youth Basketball season.  Learn proper court positioning, call signals, and the aspects of the game.

Registration:  August 22 – October 20, 2022

Fee:  Free

Date & Time: October 25, 2022, 6:00 – 8:00pm

Contact: David Contreras at dcontreras@cheyennecity.org or call (307) 637-6425.

Adult Basketball League - Registration Now Open!

Location: Carey Jr. High School

Activity #360091

Time to get out on the floor and shoot some hoops.  A recreational basketball league for adults 16 years of age and older.  9 games guaranteed plus single elimination tournament.

Registration: June 13 – July 28, 2022

Late Registration: July 29 – August 11, 2022

Fee:  $575/team

Season start date:  September 12, 2022

2022 Adult Basketball Registration Form

Team Roster Form

Adult Sports – Sponsorship Form

Contact: David Contreras at dcontreras@cheyennecity.org or call (307) 637-6425.

 

Co-Rec Winter Volleyball League - Coming soon!

Co-Rec Winter Volleyball League             

Location: Various Schools

Activity #160111

Recreational volleyball leagues for Co-Rec teams. 10 games guaranteed. There will be a single elimination tournament for the last 2 weeks of the season.

Registration: October 31 – December 15, 2022

Late Registration:  December 16 – December 29, 2022

Fee: $450 per team.

Late Fee: $50.

Season:  January 23 – April 21, 2023

Contact:  David Mullen at dmullen@cheyennecity.org or (307) 773-1039

Winter Pickleball 201 - Coming soon.

Winter Pickleball 201                                

Location: Youth Activity and Community Center

Activity # 160112

A paddle sport that combines elements of tennis, ping pong, and badminton into one. It is one of the Country’s fastest growing sports and is meant for all ages and skill levels. This class is an advance Pickleball class, meant to build on your pickleball 101 skills. For intermediate player with some pickleball experience. Classes held indoors and capped at 12 participants.

Registration:  December 12-January 26, 2023

Late Registration: January 27-Febuary 9, 2023

Fee: $60/player

Late Fee: $10 if space is available.

Session: February 21-March 23, 2023

Dates/Times:  Tuesdays/Thursdays, 9:30-11:00am

Contact: Harley Tekerman at htekerman@cheyennecity.org or (307) 637-6408.

Adult Co-Rec Dodgeball - Coming this winter!

Adult Co-Rec Dodgeball                             

Location: Youth Activity & Community Center

Activity #160110

Time to dodge, duck, dip, dive, and dodge.  A Co-Recreational League to get out there and have some fun while getting in a good exercise.  Each team is guaranteed 8 games.  Games will be played Monday – Thursday evenings at the Youth Activity and Community Center.

Registration: January 3 – February 16, 2023

Fee:  $180/Team

Late Fee: $50/If space is available.

Season: March 20 – May 15, 2023

Contact: David Contreras at dcontreras@cheyennecity.org or (307) 637-6425

Youth Sports & Programs

Girls Recreational Fast Pitch Softball League

Location: Converse Softball Complex

Activity # 172051

Enjoy a fun-filled summer with our recreational fast pitch softball league for girls ages 7-18. This is a great way to gain experience for those interested in playing high school softball! Registration includes 10 games, an end-of-season tournament, shirt, team/individual picture, and participation award.

Cover Letter

Regular Season Schedule

Tournament Schedule

Rules & Regulations

Contact: David Mullen at dmullen@cheyennecity.org or call (307) 773-1039

Youth Tackle Football League - CLOSED! Schedule attached.

Youth Tackle Football League                   

Location: Various Schools

Activity #271020

A recreational tackle football league for grades 3-6.  Registration includes utilization of equipment (helmet, shoulder pads, practice pants/pads, practice jersey) picture, and award.  Teams are based on school triads.

Master Schedule

Picture Schedule-2022

Contact:  David Contreras at dcontreras@cheyennecity.org or call (307) 637-6425.

Youth Outdoor Adventure Program - Registration Now Open!

Outdoor Adventure Program         

Location: Youth Activity and Community Center

Activity# 268041

Click here for the registration packet.

No need for any technology, just nature! Weekly activities include hiking, kayaking,

Backpacking, and much more. For youth ages 8-15. Spaces limited per activity.

Registration: April 4–August 9, 2022

Registrations are only accepted at the Kiwanis Community House (4603 Lion Park Drive).

Must be signed up by the Tuesday before the Thursday/Friday activities.

Fee: Varies on activity.

Contact: Lori DeVilbiss, ldevilibss@cheyennecity.org, or call (307) 637-6408.

Co-Rec Youth Volleyball League  - Registration ends soon!

Location: Various Schools

Activity # 271022

An instructional league to teach girls and boys the fundamentals of volleyball. Teams will practice during the week with games on Saturday. Teams will play an 8-game schedule throughout the 6-week season. Registration fee also includes team shirt, volleyball, picture, and award.

Registration: June 6-July 21, 2022

Fee: $60/player

Late Registration: July 22-August 4, 2022 (Extended to August 11, 2022)

Late Fee: $25 if space is available.

Practices begin August 29, 2022.

Season: September 10-October 15, 2022

Cover Letter

Registration Form

Click Here to Register Online!

Contact: David Mullen at dmullen@cheyennecity.org or call (307) 773-1039.

Youth Basketball League (3rd-6th Graders) - Registration Now Open!

Location: Various Schools

Activity #372021

A recreational basketball league for boys and girls in 3rd-6th grade.  Registration includes a 6-game schedule, team shirt, basketball, picture, and award.

Registration Form

Cover Letter

Youth Basketball 3rd-6th Rules

Click here to register online!

Registration:  August 1 – September 15, 2022

Late Registration:  September 16-September 29, 2022

Fee:  $60/player

Late Fee:  $25 if space is available.

Practices begin October 17, 2022.

Season:  November 5 – December 17, 2022

Contact:  Harley Tekerman at htekerman@cheyennecity.org or (307) 637-6408.

Youth Basketball League (K-2nd Graders) - Coming soon.

Location: Various Schools

Activity #372021

A co-recreational basketball league for boys and girls in K-2nd grade.  Registration includes a 6-game schedule, team shirt, basketball, picture, and award.

Registration:  September 6 – October 20, 2022

Late Registration:  October 21-November 3, 2022

Fee:  $60/player

Late Fee:  $25 if space is available.

Practices begin December 12, 2022.

Season:  January 14 – February 18, 2023

Contact:  David Contreras at dcontreras@cheyennecity.org or call (307) 637-6425.

Fitness Classes

All indoor classes start in September.

Enjoy an indoor fitness class to stay fit and warm.   You can purchase an affordable punch card.  The City now accepts Tivity Health (Humana, Medicare & Bankers Life) to attend classes for free if you qualify.

Punch Passes – 5 Visits $12.50, 10 Visits $22.50, 20 Visits $40

Purchase at the Kiwanis Community House, 4603 Lions Park Drive, M-F 7:30am-4:30pm

The City accepts Tivity Health (Humana, Medicare and Bankers Life).  Call 773-1044 to check your eligibility.

Classes will not be held on City holidays.

Waivers to be signed at time of first visit.

Chair Yoga

Chair Yoga – 40 minutes.    

Location:  Youth Activity and Community Center/1317 Parsley Blvd.

Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual discipline.  While stretching is certainly involved, yoga is also about creating balance in the body through developing both strength and flexibility.  This is done through the performance of poses and postures, each of which has specific physical benefits.  Movement can be performed in the chair or behind the chair.  Bring your mat and water.  The City accepts Tivity Health (Humana, Medicare and Bankers Life).  Call 773-1044 to check your eligibility

Fee:  Purchase Punch Card at the Kiwanis Community House, or you may be eligible through Tivity Health

Days & Time:  Mondays/Wednesdays at 9:00am

Drop In Pickleball

Drop in Pickleball

Location:  Youth Activity and Community Center/1317 Parsley Blvd.

Enjoy indoor pickleball with your friends.  First eight accepted.

Days & Times:  Mondays and Wednesdays, 9:00am-11:00am

Bring your punch card.

Kid Wheel Day - Free!

Kid Wheel Day                     

Location:  Youth Activity and Community Center/1317 Parsley Blvd.

Free to community.

Bring anything on wheels (or not), and just play and meet new friends.  For ages under 6.  Parents must remain in the YACC gymnasium and supervise your children.

Day & Time:  Fridays, 10:00-11:30am.

Specialty Fitness

Wu Style Taiji Quan (Tai Chi)

Wu Style Taiji Quan            

Location:  Youth Activity and Community Center – Community Room/1317 Parsley Blvd.

Activity #367021      

Click here to register.  

Taiji Quan (Tai Chi) is an Ancient Chinese Internal Martial Art, which uses the gentle way of defending oneself.  Students will learn calming breathing exercises.  Emphasis is placed on fundamental Taiji skills, push hands, and postures.  Loose fitting clothing recommended.  Instructed by Michele Schmidt (970) 402-0996.

Mondays/Wednesdays, 10:30am-11:30am

Monthly Sessions – $70

Session 1:  September 12-October 12, 2022

Session 2:  October 17-November 16, 2022 (Pioneer Park Center November 7-9)

Session 3:  November 21-December 21, 2022

Relaxation, Stretching, and Balance through Tai Chi

Relaxation, Stretching, and Balance Through Tai Chi

Location:  Youth Activity and Community Center – Community Room/1317 Parsley Blvd.

Activity #367022

Click here to register.

This class is designed for those interested in stretching and improving their balance by practicing the Tai Chi posture, walk, simple Tai Chi movements.  Students will also be introduced to breathing and relaxation exercises.  Instructed by Michele Schmidt (970) 402-0996.

Mondays/Wednesdays, 2:00pm-3:00pm

Monthly Sessions – $70

Session 1:  September 12-October 12, 2022

Session 2:  October 17-November 16, 2022 (Pioneer Park Center November 7-9)

Session 3:  November 21 to December 21, 2022

 

Women's Empowerment and Self-Defense

Women’s Empowerment and Self-Defense

Location:  Youth Activity and Community Center Gymnasium/1317 Parsley Blvd.

Activity #367031

Click here to register.

Women’s empowerment is a class designed to empower women through a whole person approach. We address self-esteem, situational awareness, and community safety while at the same time learning and experimenting with physical self-defense movements. We take on a collaborative approach and encourage participants to help guide their learning.  Max: 18

Saturday 10:00am-12:00pm (October 29, November 5 and 12)

Fee:  $25

American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED

Learn how to save lives through the convenience of a Blended Learning course. Complete the education portion of the class through interactive, online learning on your own schedule. Then, attend the hands-on skills session to demonstrate to the instructor how to perform what you’ve learned. Successful completion will result in a 2-year, OSHA compliant, Red Cross certification.  Participants are required to complete the online portion and bring a printout of the successful completion certificate to the hands-on skills lab. Failure to bring the completion certificate to the hands-on skills lab will result in forfeiture of the skills lab and no refund will be given for the course.

Registration closes 1 day prior to the online course beginning. Class size is limited to 8 students ages 12 and up. All participants will have their own manikins for the duration of the skills lab.

No-Show/Absentee Policy: No refund will be given.

Contact Davy at Davy@StayingAliveWY.com or (307)203-4554 with questions.

Most certifications take 2-3 business days to receive electronically via e-mail directly from the American Red Cross after the course has been completed. Participants may access their certifications online after they have received the email at www.redcross.org/take-a-class/digital-certificate using their names/date of course or email address.

Blended Learning: Adult CPR/AED

Location: Pioneer Park Center, 1331 Talbot Court Activity #265031

The Adult CPR/AED course is based on the latest science and teaches students how to care for breathing and cardiac emergencies for adult victims (about age 12 and up). Online course will take approx. 1hr 50min to complete.

Click here to register.

Session Fee: $50

Session 3: Online Course: August 26 – Skills Lab: Sept. 6, 6-7:30pm

Blended Learning: Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED

Location: Pioneer Park Center, 1331 Talbot Court

Activity #265052

The Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED course is based on the latest science and teaches students how to care for breathing and cardiac emergencies for victims of all ages. Online course will take approximately 2hr 25min to complete.

Click here to register.

Session Fee: $60

Session 3: Online Course: August 19 – Skills Lab: August 29, 6-8:15pm

Session 4: Online Course: Sept. 16 – Skills Lab: Sept. 26, 6-8:15pm

 

Blended Learning: Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED

Location: Pioneer Park Center, 1331 Talbot Court

Activity #265051

The Adult CPR/AED course teaches students how to care for breathing and cardiac emergencies for victims of all ages. The First Aid course teaches students how to care for a variety of first aid emergencies such as scrapes, cuts, burns, trauma to the head/neck/back, sudden illnesses, and temperature related emergencies. Online course will take approx. 3hr 50min to complete.

Course Fee: $85

Click here to register.

Session 3: Online Course: August 5               Skills Lab: August 15, 6-8:30pm

Session 4: Online Course: Sept. 2                  Skills Lab: Sept. 12, 6-8:30pm

 

Blended Learning: Adult First Aid/CPR/AED

Location: Pioneer Park Center (1331 Talbot Ct.)

Activity #265032

The Adult CPR/AED course teaches students how to care for breathing and cardiac emergencies for adult victims (about age 12 and up). The First Aid course teaches students how to care for a variety of first aid emergencies such as scrapes, cuts, burns, trauma to the head/neck/back, sudden illnesses, and temperature related emergencies. Online course will take approx. 3hr 15min to complete.

Session Fee: $75

Click here to register!

Session 3: Online Course: August 12             Skills Lab: August 22, 6-7:45pm

Session 4: Online Course: Sept. 9                  Skills Lab: Sept. 19, 6-7:45pm

Dog Classes

For Nose Work classes, all dogs must be able to be “car crated” or quietly wait their turn in a covered crate.  Owners must provide crates and covers if crating indoors.  Students may run up to two dogs, one class fee/per dog. 

 For all dog classes, dogs must be up-to-date on vaccinations; puppies started vaccinations.  Brings vaccination record to first class.

Novice Dog Obedience    

Novice Dog Obedience                     

Location:  Pioneer Park Center (1331 Talbot Court)

Activity #265021

Click here to register!

Designed for dogs 6 months of age and older. This class will cover the foundations of behavioral problem solving (like jumping, barking, etc.) along with the basic obedience commands of loose leash walking, “heel”, “sit”, “down”, “stay”, “come”, and “leave it”. All dogs must be friendly to other dogs and people. The first class is for the owners only (no dogs on first class). For questions, call Linnea Nicely-Dix at 307-256-9088. Maximum of 10 dogs in each class.

Session 1:  August 7, 14, 21, 28, Sept. 4, and 11

Day/Time:  Sundays, 4:30-6:00pm

Fee:  $110

Class Max:  10 dogs

K9 Nose Work® 1 – Intro    

K9 Nose Work® 1 – Intro                           

Location:  Pioneer Park Center (1331 Talbot Court)

Activity #365024

Click here to register!

K9 Nose Work® is a new and fast-growing scenting sport for companion dogs and is inspired by the training and work of law enforcement detection dogs.  The sport develops your dog’s natural hunting and scenting abilities to find target odors for fun or competition.  Any dog breed (or mix), any age, activity level, or physical abilities can participate.  Because only the working dog is in the working area during a search, dogs that are uncomfortable around other dogs or those with environmental issues can learn and thrive in this new sport.  An obedient dog is not necessary!  For questions contact Barb at the.elemental.dog@gmail.com or call 307-421-5514.

Fee:  $130 per dog/handler team

Dates/Time:  Wednesdays, 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Session 1:  September 14 – October 26, 2022 (No class 10/5)

Class Max:  6 dogs (humans may enroll up to 2 dogs for one handler)

K9 Nose Work 2 - Intro to Elements

K9 Nose Work® 2 – Intro to Elements      

Location:  Pioneer Park Center (1331 Talbot Court)

Activity #365026

Click here to register!

This class is the second in a series.  This class continues to develop the skills started in the Intro class.  Students will begin to work searches on vehicles and exterior spaces. Students can expect to do at least some work outside in most classes, weather permitting.  In harsher weather, skills will be introduced and developed indoors.  Handlers will gain more experience in reading their dogs, leash handling skills, reward placement, and search strategies.  Dogs will continue to develop confidence searching independently, work more hides at elevation, gain experience on vehicles and in exteriors, and begin solving more complex scent puzzles.  PREREQUISITES:  K9 NOSE WORK 1 OR INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL.  For questions, contact Barb at the.elemental.dog@gmail.com or call 307-421-5514.

Fee:  $130 per dog/handler team

Day/Time:  Wednesdays 7:00pm-8:30 pm

Session 1:  November 9 – December 14, 2022

Class Max:  6 dogs (humans may enroll up to 2 dogs for one handler)

 

Advanced Topics in K9 Nose Work - Short Courses Session 1

Advanced Topics in K9 Nose Work® – Short Courses

Location:  Pioneer Park Center (1331 Talbot Court)

Activity #365025

The Advanced Topics classes are short classes that focus largely on one skill or area.  For example, a class may focus on handling container searches, working elevated hides, or handler scent detection.  The topics will be announced before class begins.  Teams should be on all three NACSW odors.  For questions contact Barb at the.elemental.dog@gmail.com or call 307-421-5514.

Click here to register for Session 1.

Session 1:  NACSW Skills Challenges Set Up and Video

The NACSW Skills Challenges are a great way to build foundation skills while earning titles for dog.  Finding the space and time can be a challenge in itself!  The Elemental Dog, LLC will set up one challenge each week over four weeks.  All three levels of difficulty will be included.  Each run will be videoed for teams wishing to submit videos to NACSW.  Limited coaching will be available.  Setups will start with level 1 and progress to level three.  All odors will be used.  Even if you compete in venues other than NACSW, these foundational skills are essential.

Fee:  $100 per dog/handler team (includes videos)

Time:  Saturdays 10:00am-12:00pm

Days:

Sept 10 – Skill 1, Independent Hunting, Levels 1, 2, and 3

Sept 17 – Skill 2, Suspended Hides, Levels 1, 2, and 3

Oct 1 – Skill 3, Multiple Hides, Levels 1, 2, and 3

Oct 22 – Skill 4, Containers, Levels 1, 2, and 3

Class Max:  8 dogs (humans may enroll up to 2 dogs for one handler)

Advanced Topics in K9 Nose Work - Short Courses Session 2

Advanced Topics in K9 Nose Work® – Short Courses

Location:  Pioneer Park Center (1331 Talbot Court)

Activity #365025

The Advanced Topics classes are short classes that focus largely on one skill or area.  For example, a class may focus on handling container searches, working elevated hides, or handler scent detection.  The topics will be announced before class begins.  Teams should be on all three NACSW odors.  For questions contact Barb at the.elemental.dog@gmail.com or call 307-421-5514.

Session 2:  Where Was That Hide?!

Regardless of the venue you compete in, remembering where you have called alert and how many hides you have found can be a real challenge, especially in the stressful competition environment.  This class will present some techniques and tips to sharpen your memory and help you keep track of where your dog found hides and how many your team has located.  Dogs should be fluent with the target odors of birch, anise, and clove and able to work NW3 or AKC Excellent level searches.

Fee:  $75 per dog/handler team

Day/Time:  Saturdays, 10:00am-12:00pm

Session:  November 5 – December 3, 2022 (No class 11/26)

Class Max:  8 dogs (humans may enroll up to 2 dogs for one handler)

Martial Arts Classes

Programs held at the Youth Activity and Community Center at the Dave Romero Community Park (1317 Parsley Blvd.).  Register online or call (637-6423), or go to the Kiwanis Community House.

Tae Kwon Do - Ages 6-18

Tae Kwon Do           

Location:  Youth Activity and Community Center/ Community Room/1317 Parsley Blvd.

Activity #267024       

The traditional Korean martial art similar to karate.  The words “Tae Kwon Do” translate to “The Way of Hand and Foot,” which is fitting for a class that teaches blocking, punching and kicking for self-defense.  Strong emphasis on self-discipline.  Loose-fitting clothing and a positive attitude recommended.  Taught by instructor Greg Flores.  Ages 6-18 or discretion of instructor.

Mon/Wed, 6:00-7:00pm

Monthly Fee:  $30

Click here to register for June, July, August Classes.

Monthly Fee starting September 2022:  $35

Fall Classes

Activity # 367025

Click here to register.

 

Horse Classes

Horsemanship/Riding 101

Horsemanship/Riding 101

Location: Pine Ranch-Carpenter, WY

Designed to teach equine safety, equine psychology, and fundamental horse-riding skills. Use balance and body aides to assist in feeling more comfortable on horseback. For those with little to no prior/basic knowledge of horses and horse safety.

Taught by Anne Larson, CRI. Ages 8-18. Max 5 riders.

Click here to register for June and August. Activity #268061

Summer Sessions:

Days/Times:  Mondays, 3:00-4:00pm

Session 1:  June 6, 13, 20, 27

Session 2:  August 1, 8, 15, 22

Session Fee:  $160

 

 

 

Horsemanship/Riding 201

Horsemanship/Riding 201

Location: Pine Ranch-Carpenter, WY

Build on your horsemanship riding skills with Riding 201. For intermediate riders ages 19+ with some horse experience and as a continuation to build on Riding 101. For youth that have completed Horsemanship 101 and have prior approval from instructor may register.

Taught by Anne Larson, CRI. Max 5 riders.

Click here to register for June and August.  Activity #268063

Summer Session:

Days/Times:  Mondays, 4:30-5:30pm

Session 1:  June 6, 13, 20, 27

Session 2:  August 1, 8, 15, 22

Session Fee:  $160.00

Adult Horsemanship/Riding

Adult Horsemanship/Riding

Location: Pine Ranch-Carpenter, WY

Activity #268062

Designed with the adult rider in mind. Learn from the ground up: horse care, safety, horse psychology, and riding skills. Class geared toward the riding ability of each student no matter the level. Ages 19+. Taught by Anne Larson, CRI. Max 5 riders.

Click here to register for June and August.

Days/Times:  Mondays, 6:00-7:00pm

Session Fee:  $160

Session 1:  June 6, 13, 20, 27

Session 2:  August 1, 8, 15, 22

Western Riding

Western Riding

Location: Pine Ranch-Carpenter, WY

Activity #268065

This class is for those who want to learn the basics of Western-style riding.  Learn to properly saddle a horse, the basics of equipment, and develop skills necessary for trail and showing.

Emphasis given to balanced seat and correct aids with development toward pleasure, trail, or performance.  Prerequisite: Beginner class or prior approval from instructor. Ages

8+. Taught by Anne Larson, CRI. Max 5 riders.

Days/Times: Sundays, 1:30-3:00pm

Fee: $120/per session

 

 

 

Cattle Working  

Location:  Pine Ranch-Carpenter, WY

Activity #268067

Designed for any rider wanting to start their horse on cattle in a controlled environment, or to learn how to work cattle on horseback.  Learn position, timing, pressure points, and how to use horsemanship skills to track, sort, and control cattle.  Riders may bring their own horse or use one of the Ranch’s.  Rider must be at least an advanced beginner to participate.  Ages 8+

Click here to register for June and August.

Day/Time:  Mondays, 7:00-8:30pm

Fee:  $65/class

Session 1:  June 6

Session 2:  June 13

Session 3:  June 20

Session 4:  June 27

Session 5:  August 1

Session 6:  August 8

Session 7: August 15

Session 8:  August 22

Specialty Classes

Bread, Butter and Jam Class          

Location:  Pine Ranch-Carpenter, WY

Activity #266003

Come and join us in the kitchen at Pine Ranch to learn how to make HOMEMADE FROM SCRATCH rolls, butter, and jam.  You will learn how to make homemade butter from our fresh on the farm goat milk, seasonal jams to tantalize the taste buds and a delicious roll to put it all on!!  All materials provided and each participant gets to take home a succulent finished product.  Max: 12

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Day/Time:  Saturdays, 1:00pm

Fee:  $35/person

Session 1:  June 18

Session 2:  July 2

Session 3:  August 20

Batting Cages

Normal Business Hours starting August 1, 2022! Our cages will be closed during CFD! Check our Facebook page for updated schedules throughout the week.

Brimmer

  • Softball only

Cost: $1/16 pitches
Rental: $10/30 minutes

Converse

  • Softball and Fast Pitch
  • Speeds: 45-65 mph

Cost: $1/16 pitches
Rental: $10/30 minutes

Cheyenne Junior League

  • Baseball only
  • Speeds: 45-65 mph

Cost: $1/16 pitches
Rental: $10/30 minutes