Crooked Crane 100
Join this 100-mile challenge! Walk, run or bike any part of the Crooked Crane Trail -- Log your mileage over the summer and receive recognition at the end of the journey. You'll receive a t-shirt sponsored by Steffan Saw & Bike. Watch for registration details soon!
- May 22-Sept 4
- All Ages
Walk with a Doc
Walk with a Doc is an international nonprofit organization started by Dr. David Sabgir, a cardiologist in Columbus, Ohio. Frustrated with his inability to affect behavior change in the clinical setting, Dr. Sabgir invited his patients to go for a walk with him in a local park on a spring Saturday morning. To his surprise, over 100 people showed up, energized and ready to move. What Happens During a Walk? People of all ages, fitness levels, and backgrounds are welcome to these free, ongoing events. After a brief health discussion from a healthcare provider, participants will spend the rest of the time enjoying a healthy walk at their own pace. They are encouraged to ask health questions and socialize with others in a fun, relaxed setting. Why Walk? Walking is one of the single most important things we can do four our health - it's good for your heart, brain, bones, lungs, muscles, joints, and even helps prevent cancer and other chronic diseases. See 100 reason to walk at walkwithadoc.org/why-walk.Join us on the 2nd & 4th Saturday of every month (no walk on April 22). View upcoming dates Lead Physician: Volney Willett, MD, Family Medicine Time: 9:00 am Location: West River Community Center (meet in the Lobby) Register: Learn more and register >> https://walkwithadoc.org/join-a-walk/locations/dickinson-north-dakota/
Who can join Walk with a Doc? Walkers and rollers of all ages, fitness levels, and backgrounds are welcome and encouraged to attend these ongoing, FREE events—no registration necessary.
Dickinson Walk Information
- 2nd & 4th Saturday
- 9:00 am
New Program! The only class that you can play with your food! Food Art is a fun way to try new foods and be creative with snacks for your littles. INSTRUCTIONS:
- Children must be accompanied by an adult or someone age 16+.
- Registration is required. Deadline is Tuesday prior to the class.
- Mar 15; Apr 19; May 17
- 2-5 yrs
- 4:00-5:00 pm
Mini Art Class
Children ages 2-5 will have the chance to increase their sensory and fine motor skills while getting messy! SPRING:
- Thursday, March 16 (4:00-5:00 pm)
- Thursday, April 20 (4:00-5:00 pm)
- Mondays - July 10-31 (10:00-11:00 am)
- Mar 16; Apr 20
Lazy River 5Day 5K
It's a Lazy River 5K in 5 Days! Join us for a challenging self-paced 5K in our lazy river, either inside WRCC or outside at the outdoor pool. Instead of running or walking on pavement to complete a 5K this summer, enjoy the refreshing experience of being in the pool. Walk backwards, forwards, against or with the current and complete your water walking 5K in 5 days or less. Water walking shoes are highly recommended. Lazy River Access: Outdoor Pool: Monday - Friday, 10 am-12 pm Indoor Pool: Monday - Friday, 5:30 am-8:30 pm $15 fee includes water walking admission and t-shirt.
- July 17-21
In this introductory program, participants will experience the basic fundamental skills associated with the game of tennis in a fun, non-competitive environment. SESSION 1: June 5-29
- 9-11 yr (9:30-10:25 am)
- 6-8 yr (10:35-11:30 am)
- 9-11 yr (9:30-10:25 am)
- 6-8 yr (10:35-11:30 am)
- Registration deadline is June 5 (1st Session) and July 10 (2nd Session).
- Racquets will be provided if needed.
- June 5-28
- July 10-Aug 2
Come play at our "house!" We will have gross motor equipment, building blocks, jumping animals and toys set-up. Children can move about safely in our enclosed MAC gym area and have access to the indoor playground. Playtime music will be played and theme based crafts will be set-up for children.
- No pre-registration necessary.
- Cost is $4/drop-in fee or free with WRCC membership.
- Must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
- Mar 9; Apr 13; May 11
- 5 & under
Pop Up Play
POP UP PLAY is a FREE play program. Registration is not required to attend. Summer staff will be a the park leading games, crafts, and special activities. Staff do not monitor with whom, how, or when children come and go from the playground. PURPOSE: To improve access to parks through social equity and equality for ALL through creative programming and community outreach! DATES/LOCATIONS: Monday, June 12th & June 26th - Eagles Park (428 2nd Ave SW) Wednesday, June 14th & 28th - Kostelecky Park (1949 Prairie Ave) Monday, July 10th & 24th - Eagles Park (428 2nd Ave SW) Wednesday, July 12th & 26th - Kostelecky Park (1949 Prairie Ave) REQUIREMENTS:
- Children under age 7 must be accompanied by someone ages 16+
- Program is free - no registration will be held
- 1:30-3:00 pm
Sand Volleyball League
Competitive league play in a recreational setting! Participation in this league is a great way to enjoy some outdoor interaction with your peers on a beautiful summer evening. LEAGUE INFORMATION: [email protected]
- May 23-July 25
- May 25-July 27
Dickinson Parks & Recreation organizes youth and adult golf programs offered at Heart River Golf Course. For more information on leagues and lessons, please visit https://heartrivergolfcourse.com/.