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  1. Fire Union Negotiations

    July 13, 2021, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Council Chambers

    Limited in-person attendance is allowed, but due to COVID-19 guidelines, strict social distancing measures are in place. INDIVIDUALS ARE ENCOURAGED, BUT NOT REQUIRED TO WEAR MASKS/FACE COVERINGS.

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  2. Historic Preservation Commission Special Meeting

    July 13, 2021, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM @ Iwamizawa Conference Room

    Limited in-person attendance is allowed, but due to COVID-19 guidelines, strict social distancing measures are in place. INDIVIDUALS ARE ENCOURAGED, BUT NOT REQUIRED TO WEAR MASKS/FACE COVERINGS.

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  3. Site Plan Review

    July 13, 2021, 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM @ Iwamizawa Conference Room

    Limited in-person attendance is allowed, but due to COVID-19 guidelines, strict social distancing measures are in place. INDIVIDUALS ARE ENCOURAGED, BUT NOT REQUIRED TO WEAR MASKS/FACE COVERINGS.

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Outdoor Recreation

  1. Intermediate Adult Rock Climbing

    July 12, 2021, 6:00 PM - July 14, 2021, 8:30 PM @ Ross Park

    Trial and error is no way to learn to climb. This course is designed for adults who want to be able to set up their own climbs, tie the proper knots and belay with confidence. Equipment is provided but you are welcome to bring your own and learn to use it. Many adults with kids in our youth programs take this course so they can take their family out safely after our programs end. Student to instructor to ratios are low for maximum take home. Intermediate climbing takes basic techniques and begins to apply them to more varied situations.

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  2. Tween & Teen Summer Program

    July 13, 2021, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Community Recreation Center

    It can be hard to figure out what to do with kids during the summer that are too old for daycare and too young to be left unsupervised every day. We take kids from 8-5 and go out in the community to do a different outdoor activity each day. Activities include rock climbing, swimming, biking, hiking, tubing, museums, canoeing, disc golf and more. The Teen program features an overnight raft trip. The Tween program has a raft trip done in a single day. This is a great chance to unplug from devices for a day or two. Tweens can sign up for Mondays, Wednesdays or both and Teens can sign up for Tuesdays, Thursdays or both. PARENT MEETING: Via YouTube Video

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  3. Introduction to Inflatable Kayaking

    July 13, 2021, 5:30 PM @ Portneuf Wellness Complex

    Inflatable kayaking is much easier to learn than its hard shell cousins. The equipment is affordable, easy to transport and easy to store. Take this 3-part class to better understand the benefits, limitations, uses and skills necessary for inflatable kayaking. Each class is half-instructional and half-practical application on the water. Instructions to each location will be given to participants via email. Part 1 a flat-water experience with equipment and paddle basics held at the wellness complex. Skills include assorted paddle strokes, getting in and out and equipment selection. Part 2 is moving water fundamentals on an easier stretch or water. Skills include eddy hopping, ferries and bracing. Location: TBA depending on flow. Part 3 is held on faster moving water and includes obstacle avoidance, running small rapids and evaluating rapids from the bank. Location: TBA depending on flow. You can skip a basic session for the advanced stuff with instructor approval.

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Team Sports

  1. Southeast Idaho Senior Games

    July 9, 2021 - July 17, 2021

    Are you age 50 and better? The Southeast Idaho Senior Games provides participants with opportunities for competition, fun and camaraderie. Seniors will participate July 9-17, 2021 in over 220 events at 30 different venues. From sports activities of all types to less physically demanding games & competitions – the Games has something to offer every interest and level of fitness. Our motto: “You don’t stop playing because you grow old, you grow old because you stop playing.” Registration is NOW OPEN for the Senior Games! Registration closes on July 2, 2021. For more information or to register, visit the Senior Games website at www.seidahoseniorgames.org or contact us at (208) 233-2034 or by email at southeastidahoseniorgames@gmail.com.

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  2. Youth Flag Football Registration

    July 12, 2021 - August 6, 2021 @ Community Recreation Center

    The League’s purpose is to prepare the participants for Little League Football (5th grade). Players will be taught the basic fundamentals and techniques of football. Teams will be organized to play “11 Man” football. Teams must have at least 20 players with a max of 22 players. Teams are supervised by volunteer coaches at all practices and games. Participants must be in the 3rd or 4th grade as of September 2021. Team jerseys are included in the registration cost. Games are played Monday – Wednesday at 5:40 or 6:50 p.m.

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Zoo Idaho

  1. Summer Camp: Bug Safari

    July 12, 2021, 9:00 AM - July 15, 2021, 12:00 PM @ Zoo Idaho

    Summer Camps provide children (ages 5–13) the opportunity to spend the summer outside at the zoo learning about animals, zoos, and wildlife conservation. Activities include animal presentations, games, crafts, stories, and more! There is something for every child. Advanced registration required. Registration ends one week before the start date of camp! Bug Safari (Ages 5–13) Explore the creepy, crawly as we investigate the fascinating world of bugs. Why these small segmented creatures are important to all ecosystems and the cool adaptations they have to help them survive.

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