With the signing of Executive Order D 2020 164 on Friday, August 14, non-medical face coverings are still required while inside public facilities. As previously stated, the fall sports program (for all sports) has been reorganized into a skill-development program which will begin the week of August 31st. Coaches will be contacting families with practice information after August 26th.
VOLLEYBALL PARENTS: The City of Evans Recreation Department has taken your feedback and staff’s recommendations into consideration for the fall season. For this season, all volleyball practices will take place outdoors at Riverside Park. Staff is awaiting delivery of the new equipment in order to make this possible so at this time practices are still set to begin the week of August 31st. However, if shipping is delayed, we will update you as to any changes that may be necessary.
While we are saddened we are unable to play a “normal” season, we are thrilled to be able to still offer a program to keep your children active and engaged in their favorite sport. It is our hope that coaches will follow our suggested schedule of 3 practices and 1 scrimmage repeating for 6 weeks so that your kiddos will still be able to put their skills to test. Our goal is to fill each team with enough players to be able to scrimmage within their team while still adhering to new safety protocols and State Guidelines. All health and safety protocols have been posted to our website.
Again, we understand that this isn’t the ideal situation and may not be the best fit for your family. Please let us know by Wednesday, August 19, if you would like a refund. After the 19th teams will be formed and empty spots given to those on the waitlist. As a reminder, a 10% service fee will be applied to all check and credit card refunds. There will be no service fee applied to Evans Recreation account refunds.
Please call the Recreation Front Desk at 970-475-1125 with any questions.
With the signing of Executive Order D 2020 164 on Friday, August 14, non-medical face coverings are still required while inside public facilities. As previously stated, the fall sports program has been reorganized into a skill-development program which will begin the week of August 31st. Coaches wil…
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DEADLINE EXTENTION! West Greeley Conservation District invites 6TH-GRADE science and art teachers throughout our District to encourage their students to participate in the annual Conservation POSTER CONTEST. This year’s theme: “Where Would We BEE Without Pollinators?” is packed with meaningful lessons about the importance of pollinators to growing and harvesting food. The top three student artists whose work is selected by the committee will be notified (through their teacher) before the end of October. A representative will visit the school to recognize the youth for their accomplishment in designing a meaningful poster following all the provided rules. The top three will be awarded a cash prize and the 1st place winner’s work will be submitted to the State CACD judging the end of November.
Due to dealing with alternating between in-school instruction and remote learning, the WGCD board has extended the deadline for entries until 4 p.m., Friday, October 9th. Drop off entries at 4302 W. 9th St. Rd. Greeley, CO 80634.
More information can be found at https://www.wgcd.org/conservation-education/youth-education
We are so excited to announce our first special event in, what seems like, ages!…
We are so excited to announce our first special event in, what seems like, ages! Please join is for a socially-distanced, guided painting extravaganza!
Weather permitting, this event will be held outdoors at the Evans Community Complex and is limited to a maximum of 18 painters.
Roll up your sleeves and get ready to have some fun! Darlene from The Art Spot, LLC will get you in the seasonal spirit as you paint a scarecrow and snowman on a fan blade!
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! On Friday, Maplewood Elementa…
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! On Friday, Maplewood Elementary School's community partner Christ Community Church brought an ice cream truck to recess. Maplewood scholars were thrilled and felt so special!
Christ Community Church has been supporting Maplewood since its inception as an elementary school. Although their support looks different this year, they still found a way to encourage staff and students. A student who is new to Maplewood said, "Ice cream for free and at school?! What is this?"
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