Town Crier: Sports & Recreation | Announcements

Noble Horvath

Fall activities guide available The new 2020 Fall Activities Guide is now available online and is packed with a variety of programs, classes and recreation activities. Registration is open for all classes and private lessons offered through the Casper Recreation & Aquatics Center and also the Casper Ice Arena when […]

Fall activities guide available

The new 2020 Fall Activities Guide is now available online and is packed with a variety of programs, classes and recreation activities. Registration is open for all classes and private lessons offered through the Casper Recreation & Aquatics Center and also the Casper Ice Arena when it re-opens in November. Classes in Fitness, Dance, Martial Arts, Arts & Crafts, Specialty, Sports, Ice Skating, and swimming will start next week or later.

Along with all the favorites, new classes and programs include: Earlybird Boot Camp, a Wednesday Ballet Barre, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Cake Decorating for Teens, Cake Decorating for Adults, Youth Knitting & Crochet, Youth Photography, Teen Knitting & Crochet, and Science Lab.

Make sure to register early to guarantee a spot in a class and insure classes meet their minimum.

Registration may be completed online at www.activecasper.com, at the Recreation Center, 1801 East 4th St., or by phone with credit card at 235-8383.

Coed softball tourney in Casper

The Casper Recreation Center is offering a coed softball tournament in October. This tournament is set to take place in Casper on Saturday and Sunday, October 10-11, 2020. The Ghosts and Goblins Tournament offers a three-game guarantee for coed teams, upper and lower recreational divisions. All games will take place at the Crossroads and North Casper Softball Complexes. Awards include t-shirts to first and second place teams in each bracket. An award will also be given to the team with the most creative costume on Sunday.

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