ROCK FALLS – The theme for the Coloma Park District winter-spring program is “Turn the Winter Wonderland Fun Into Spring Has Sprung Fun.”
A number of new events, as well as the continuation of some very popular past events, highlights the 2014 recreational programming. For more information, call the administrative office at 815-625-0272 and talk to Sandra, Joan, or Mike. A free detailed brochure is available.
There are openings in Tot Time, which starts in January.
Sessions for 3-year-olds will be from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays Jan. 7-30, Feb. 4-27, March 4-27, and April 8 to May 1.
Four- and 5-year-olds, and children going to kindergarten will meet from 12:30 to 3 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays Jan. 6-30, Feb. 3-27, March 3-27, and April 7 to May 1.
Cheerleading-tumbling and dance team instruction-fitness on Saturday mornings for 6 weeks starts Jan. 11. Other programs for children are Children’s Arts and Crafts on the first Monday of the month after school, starting Feb. 3; Filipino Karate and Little Ninja’s on Tuesday and Thursday evenings for 6 weeks starting Jan. 7; and Youth Bowling Instruction on Friday afternoons for 8 weeks starting Feb. 7.
Adult programs being offered are Zumba Fitness on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, starting Thursday. Co-Recreational volleyball will be on Monday nights starting Jan. 13.
Basketball leagues and church volleyball league start Feb. 9 and Jan. 13 respectively.
Special events through February are the snow sculpture contest from Jan. 2 to Feb. 28; Silver Skates and Snowball Archery Jan. 11; youth bowling tournament Jan. 20; Free Throw Contest Feb. 1; and 17th annual 2ball Basketball Competition Feb. 15.
Free senior citizens bingo is planned at Civic Plaza I, 1101 Fifth Ave., and Civic Plaza II, 1113 Fifth Ave.
For all program costs and more details, contact the park district.
The park district board of commissioners and staff would like to wish everyone the happiest of holidays. The administrative office will close at noon Tuesday in observance of the New Year holiday, and reopens at 9 a.m. Thursday.