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Valleywide recreation briefs for Jan. 15-21, 2015

BOYS TOWN NEVADA OFFERS CHARITY WORKOUTS

Boys Town Nevada plans to host charity workouts at 9, 10 and 11 a.m. Jan. 17 at J & D Fitness Group Training Studio, 4555 S. Fort Apache Road, Suite 100.

The suggested donation is $20, benefiting Boys Town Nevada. All participants will have the opportunity to experience the Torch Workout, which uses the TRX Suspension System, the Ultimate Sandbags and Kettlebells.

Due to limited space, you must RSVP. Contact Lillian Dypold at lillian.dypold@boystown.org or 702-642-7070, ext. 109.

RAINBOW YOUTH SOCCER LEAGUE SIGN-UPS PLANNED

Rainbow Youth Soccer League sign-ups for the spring 2015 season are scheduled from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 17, 24 and 31 and Feb. 7 at Dunkin Donuts, 3481 S. Durango Drive. The league office is at 9360 W. Flamingo Road.

To sign up, participants should bring a copy of their birth certificate, a wallet-size photo and $125 in cash, check or money order. The fee includes 10 games, picture plaque and uniform. For more information, call 702-522-1441 or visit ryslsoccerleague.com.

CHEFS FOR KIDS 5K RUN/FUN WALK PLANNED

The Chefs for Kids 5K Run/1 Mile Fun Walk is scheduled for 9 a.m. Jan. 17 at W. Wayne Bunker Family Park, 7351 W. Alexander Road. Each runner/walker receives a Chefs for Kids T-shirt, a goodie bag and a free pancake breakfast. There will also be a raffle.

Participant fees are: adults, $25 for 5K/$20 for Fun Walk; children 12 or younger, $20; and groups of 10 or more, $20 per runner. The day-of-event fee is $35.

Call Sandi Boyer at 702-460-1852 or visit active.com.

ROSE CARE CLASS PLANNED

The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension and the South Valley Rose Society are collaborating and offering educational meetings throughout the winter. Free and open to the public, the Jan. 22 meeting topic is Winter Pruning, Soil Amending and Fertilizing, set for 7 p.m. at the Lifelong Learning Center, 8050 Paradise Road.

Join South Valley Rose Society Consulting Rosarians for a discussion on the different varieties of roses: miniatures, hybrid teas, floribundas, shrubs, and old garden roses. The importance of amending soil and fertilizing in preparation for spring blooms will be stressed. Bring your gloves and pruners and any container rose you want to prune (optional).

Call 702-257-5555 or email lvmastergardeners@unce.unr.edu.

TREE CARE PRESENTATIONS PLANNED

In an effort to educate the green industry and arborist community on tree care and best practices, the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is scheduled to present the annual Professional Tree Care Seminar and Workshop in English from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Jan. 23 at the Lifelong Learning Center, 8050 Paradise Road. Early registration is set to start at 6 a.m. This year, the emphasis will be urban tree care: Best Practices-Practical Landscape Management for Professionals.

Other topics covered include: Over, Under and Misused Plants in Southern Nevada; How Plants Grow – Basic Biology; Irrigation and Proper Watering; Appropriate Pruning of Grasses and Shrubs; Appropriate Pruning Tools and Safety; and Fundamental Diseases.

Afternoon, hands-on sessions are offered from 2 to 3:20 p.m. covering topics of choice: Reworking Small Topped Trees; Grass/Shrubs/Desert Plants; Pruning Woody Perennials; and Palm or Plant Identification.

The preregistration cost is $25 and includes the full-day seminar, handouts, coffee, beverages, continuing education units and lunch. It is $30 at the door. Registration is available online at eventbrite.com. contact Chelle Reed at 702-257-5536 or reedc@unce.unr.edu.

GARDENING IN SMALL SPACES WORKSHOPS PLANNED

The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is offering a workshop on Gardening in Small Spaces: Pruning from 9 a.m. to noon Jan. 24 at the Lifelong Learning Center, 8050 Paradise Road. The class, taught by Dr. Angela O’Callaghan, covers pruning fruit trees, ornamentals and desert plants.

Upcoming Gardening in Small Places workshop dates are Feb. 14, vegetables; March 14, composting; April 4, irrigation; May 9, what’s bugging your garden; and June 13, organic gardening.

Class space is limited and preregistration is required. There is a $25 fee for each class that includes class materials.

Contact Elaine Fagin at fagine@unce.unr.edu or 702-257-5573.

CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS OFFERING GOLF LESSONS

The city of North Las Vegas plans to offer winter session Par 3 Golf Lessons through Feb. 14. The instructional sessions offered include beginner for ages 6 to 16, adult for those 16 or older and intermediate for all ages, based on skill. Classes are planned from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturdays for six weeks. Visit cityofnorthlasvegas.com or call 702-633-18333.

BIG GAME 10K PLANNED FOR FEBRUARY

The Big Game 10K is set for 8 a.m. Feb. 1 behind the Downtown Container Park on Carson Avenue and Seventh Street in downtown Las Vegas. The event celebrates the biggest weekend of the year in football. In addition to the 10K run, there is set to be a 5K Run/Community Walk and Kids’ Dashes. Cheerleaders and bands are set to appear along the course and at parties to cheer for the runners. Tim Kelly, president of the Las Vegas Track Club, is the race director.

Visit biggame10k.com.

COLOR RUN PLANNED FEB. 28

Tickets for the Color Run Las Vegas are on sale. The race is set for 8 a.m. Feb. 28 at 650 Fremont St. The Color Run’s focus is about enjoying a color-crazy day. A portion of the proceeds from the race will be donated to Three Square food bank.

Visit thecolorrun.com/las-vegas.

USTA-NEVADA OFFERS FREE TENNIS LESSONS FOR ALL AGES

The United States Tennis Association-Nevada is offering free tennis lessons to players of all ages. Participants are asked to visit ustanevada.com to complete the registration form. They will be emailed a certificate to take a free tennis lesson at any of the participating facilities.

Free loaner tennis rackets are available through USTA-Nevada’s Racquet Recycle Program. Everyone who registers will receive a free Nevada Tennis Association membership, which includes a newsletter and special invitations to community tennis events.

Email freetennis@ustanevada.com or call 702-792-8384, ext. 101.

FENCING CAMPS PLANNED BY RED ROCK FENCING CENTER

Introduction to Fencing Camps for ages 5 to 9 and 9 to 15 are planned from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays at the Red Rock Fencing Center, 8352 W. Warm Springs Road.

Participants will learn sportsmanship, the art and skill of fencing and have fun in the process. Fencing teaches focus, determination, coordination and thinking skills. Participants should bring lunch, but equipment will be supplied.

Camp fees are $200 per week, with an early drop-off fee of $20 per day from 7:30 to 9:15 a.m. The camp offers a 20 percent discount for siblings.

Visit redrockfencingcenter.com, email staff@redrockfencingcenter.com or call 702-222-1901.

SENIOR YOGA AND MEDITATION CLASSES AVAILABLE

Atria Seville, 2000 N. Rampart Blvd., plans a Chair Yoga & Meditation class for seniors from 2 to 3 p.m. the second and fourth Wednesday of the month. The class is led by master Mitch Menik. The Atria Seville residents participate and invite local seniors to attend. Sign in at the front desk when entering. Visit atriaseville.com or call 702-804-6800.

CENTENNIAL HILLS ACTIVE ADULT CENTER OFFERS WEEKLY SENIOR FITNESS CLASSES

The Centennial Hills Active Adult Center, 6601 N. Buffalo Drive, offers weekly fitness classes for active adults 50 or older from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fridays.

Classes include card and game activities, crafts, dance and fitness. The yearly membership is $2 and includes access to all activities, though some may have additional fees.

Call 702-229-1702.

NEIGHBORHOOD REC CENTER OFFERS SENIOR ACTIVITIES

The Neighborhood Recreation Center, 1638 N. Bruce St., offers senior activities for adults 55 or older from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays.

Daily leisure activities, classes and monthly trips are offered to Social Senior members who pay a $3 annual membership fee.

Call 702-633-1492 or 702-633-1600.

 

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