Parks and Recreation
Parks and RecreationThe Parks and Recreation Department is responsible for providing parks and recreation opportunities to the public. The department does this by both offering its own programs as well as by maintaining facilities for public use. The department is staffed by Parks and Recreation Director, Kara Newman, and utilizes additional employees as Recreation Supervisors, Recreation Coordinators, and many part-time recreation leaders. The department works in conjunction with the advisory Blue Lake Parks and Recreation Commission to develop programs and policies. The commission meets the third Tuesday of every other month at 7:00pm at Skinner Store.
Among the programs regularly offered are roller skating, adult sports leagues, drop-in recreation, school break camps, summer recreation, leisure classes, facility rentals and seasonal events such as the Nessler Car Show and Movies in the Park. You can reach the Parks and Recreation Department at 707/668-5932.
Parks & Rec Info
Annie and Mary Day Events- July 12th-July 14th, 2013 (Coming Soon!)
2013 WINTER/SPRING ADULT SPORTS LEAGUES- Are you looking for an affordable local basketball league? Games are refereed by two qualified officials and championship team receives t-shirts! Register now! We are accepting registration from the first 8 teams. Submit a registration form to City Hall at 111 Greenwood Ave, or mail to P.O. Box 458, Blue Lake, CA 95525
Men's Basketball: Registration form
Currently in season!
Women's Basketball: Registration form
Currently in season!
League Dates: Summer (Coming Soon!), Games on Monday evenings 6:30,7:30 and 8:30 p.m., $150/team + $5/Non-Resident Fee
Men's Softball: Registration form
League begins April 28th. League is full!
SKATE PROGRAM - Hours are Friday & Saturday from 6:30-9:30 pm and Sunday 2-5 pm. Concessions are also sold during this time!
Admission (includes skate rental): $3.25 (8 years and under); $4 (9-17); $5 (adults). Bring your own quad skates and receive .50 cents off.
Adult Skate: - Every 2nd Sunday Night of the month: Adults 18 & over come out to Blue Lake skate to "old school" tunes. Join in the fun from 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Admission (includes skate rental): The cost is $5:00, including skate rental.
Theme Skate every 1st Friday of the month! Come dressed in costume and receive $1 discount!
Rent the entire facility for Birthday parties OR schedule a public skate party!
Skate Party rental includes:
8 Party Tables, 2 Staff Members, Music of your Choice, Games of your Choice - try Limbo, 4 Corners, Chicken Dance, Hokey Pokey & More!
Public Skate Party rental includes:
Table space is available for Birthday Parties and other celebrations during our public skate times. Each table seats 8-10 children. Prices- $40 includes 2 tables, $15 for each additional table; plus the cost of admission for each skater.
Basketball - Outdoor basketball courts are available at 210 Chartin Road. The courts have recently been renovated and are open to the public.
Bocce Courts- Bocce courts are located next to the playground in Perigot Park. You can check out Bocce balls for $5 for 24 hours or $15 for the weekend. Check out takes place at City Hall, Mondays ‚Äì Fridays, 9a.m-12pm and 1pm-4pm. A valid ID is required.
Tennis - Outdoor tennis courts are available at 210 Chartin Road.
Drop-in Basketball- every Tuesday and Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at Prasch Hall. Free for youth and teens! Adults $1. Free popcorn! Sponsored by Blue Lake Teens for Change, The Ink People and Blue Lake Rancheria.
SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM - at Prash Hall Activity Center & Perigot Park, 312 South Railroad Avenue, 707/668-5932
Click here for: Camp Perigot Weekly Themes and Fieldtrips
Click here for: Camp Perigot Flyer (Coming Soon!)
Click here for: Campership Form for Financial Assistance
CLick here for: Registration Form
Click here for: Liability Form
Click here for: Medical Release Form
FACILITY RENTALS - In keeping with the city's mission- to offer affordable, welcoming and well-maintained facilities in which events may be offered that promote social harmony, further community involvement and increase the quality of life for community members- the City of Blue Lake offers many park and recreation facilities for rental.
PLAY GROUP FOR PARENTS & CHILDREN (birth-age 5 - Come join caregivers, parents and children of all ages for fun and socializing -meets Thursdays, 10 a.m.-12 Noon at Prasch Hall/Perigot Park, Free - Sponsored by Humboldt First Five.
CLASSES & WORKSHOPS
Dance Classes- Ballet fun for everyone! Classes include Mommy & Me and Senior Stretch Classes! Taught by dance instructor, Amanda Arthington. Spring Session begins April 16th! Fee: $6 per class. Please bring water! For more information, call the Parks & Recreation office at 668-5932 or email email@example.com
Click here fo a Class Descriptions
Perigot Park and Prash Hall Community Center,312 South Railroad Avenue. Perigot Park is located across from City Hall has a little league field, a regulation softball/baseball field, bocce ball courts, new state of the art playground, and picnic area.
All facilities are open to the public except when rented to private parties. The picnic area has a serving booth and barbeque area for rental. Victor Prasch Community Hall is located on the Perigot Park grounds. The building was constructed by community volunteers and is utilized as a roller rink, basketball court, dance floor and multipurpose room.
Tot Lot, 440 I Street. A park and playground area provided for the youngest members of our community.
Movies in Your Park! Friday, July 13th in Perigot Park at sundown. Come enjoy a movie under the stars! Free to the public. Click here for information!
To apply for a job, submit an application to City Hall, 111 Greenwood Rd. Blue Lake, CA 95525. City Hall is open Monday-Friday 9a.m.-noon and 1p.m.-4p.m.
Call the Parks and Recreation Department at 707/668-5932 or contact by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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