This is a fun gymnastics-based program that's allows kids to exercise, move around, and just be active. This is for youth who have completed Kindergarten through 6th grade. Classes will be held Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to Noon. Each child will be scheduled to come for 2 1-hour sessions per week. Classes will be held in the Armory on the east side of the Auditorium. Those interested should register at the Minot Auditorium on Monday, June 12th between 9 a.m. and Noon. There is no early registration. This program is Free.
Art classes for youth who have completed Kindergarten through 6th grade will be available. Classes will be taught weekday mornings. Registration will be held at the Minot Auditorium on Monday, June 12th between 9 AM and 12 Noon. There is No early registration. This program is Free.
Super Duper Reading Fun Day
Parents and children of all ages...Just come and have a great time with New Games, Old Games, Races and Contests. Everyone is a winner! There will be food, jumping castles, a magician and a clown who will make fun balloon shapes. This event will take place at South Hill Softball Complex on Thursday, August 10th from 10 am to Noon.
Daily public skating and rollerblading The fees are:
- $3 per person
- $3 for skate rental
- $4 skate sharpening
Minot Swim Club
The Minot Swim Club Summer Program offers instructional swim lessons for children ages 5 and up. For more information call 701-838-5904. Also look for info in the Minot Daily News for registration times or changes in dates or times. The Minot Swim Club also offers a competitive program for swimmers as young as 6 who wish to increase their skills and endurance for USA or High School competitive programs. For more info call 701-838-5904 or visit their website.
Magic City Figure Skating
The Magic City Figure Club offers Learn to Skate Classes for all ages from Preschool and up. We have daily classes throughout the summer at the MAYSA Arena. For more information please call Magic City Figure Skating Club at 701-838-6720.
Dream Catchers Baseball
The Dream Catcher Baseball League will offer evening softball games this summer for children and youth with developmental disabilities. Each youth is paired with a partner or buddy that does not have a disability.
The league is specifically designed for children who would not choose to participate in the typical summer recreation program due to safety concerns or a need for extra support in getting around the bases if using a wheelchair, braces or walker.
The benefits include having fun, staying fit, experiencing the game including teamwork, helping with mobility, and promoting social interaction. This program is free. For more information contact Michelle Bliven at 701-852-1983.