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Parks & Recreation

  1. Easter Egg Swim

    April 3, 2021, All Day @ Nampa Recreation Center

    Easter Egg Swim Come enjoy a new way of hunting Easter Eggs while you swim. We will have sinkable and floatable eggs, our kayaks will be out for use and the diving well will be open for play time. Come enjoy a family afternoon of fun! ** Children will be required to pass a swim test before using the kayak or diving well ** April 3 Age 5 and under: 1pm Ages 6-8: 1:30pm Ages 9-12: 2pm Member: Free; Non-Member: Day Pass Rate

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  2. CPR/AED & First Aid Class

    April 3, 2021, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Nampa Recreation Center

    CPR/AED & First Aid Class Course is designed to teach participants to recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac, breathing and first aid emergencies. Upon successful completion of the course participants are issued a 2-year certification through the American Red Cross. April 3 9am-1pm Nampa Rec Center Member $50, Non-Member $75

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  3. Cookie Decorating

    April 3, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Nampa Recreation Center

    Cookie Decorating Decorating sugar cookies can be a tricky business! Using royal icing, you can learn how to make some fun holiday designs and serve up some smiles! All supplies provided. Participants will go home with at least 6 decorated cookies. Ages 12 and up April 3-Easter Saturday 10-11am Nampa Rec Center Member $15, Non-Member $18 Instructor: Janine Beacham

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  4. Spring Coed Goaltimate Tournament

    April 3, 2021, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Liberty Park

    Spring Coed Goaltimate Tournament Goaltimate is a fast paced, half court style of Ultimate Frisbee. Teams of 4 (minimum of 1 girl on field) compete by throwing the disc through a goal, and catching it in the designated “zone”. Once a goal is scored or in the event of a turnover, teams need to “clear” the disc by completing a pass in the clear zone at the opposite end of the field. The field is roughly half the size of a typical ultimate field. Max 10 per roster, with hockey style substitutions. April 3 10am Liberty Park $35 (registration deadline March 30)

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