July with Sandpoint Parks and Recreation

By Jason Wiley
Sandpoint Parks and Rec

July is a busy month for Sandpoint Parks and Recreation. It’s tough to keep on top of all the varied activities offered this month, so here’s a quick guide to help you choose.

For more information about each activity, call the Sandpoint Parks and Recreation office at 263-3613 or visit them online at www.cityofsandpoint.com.

Youth and Adult Tennis Lessons

Lessons for ages 4 and up.  

High School Tennis Camp

Participants get the opportunity to work with some of the best college coaches and professionals in the state. These pros will be dedicated to the personal development and improvement of each player. Open to existing/incoming high school players or by special permission of instructors.  July 11-15, Register by July 1, $75/person

Swim Lessons

Session #1 – Mon-Thur, July 18-28. Registration Deadline, July 8.

Rails to Resort

Join us on Saturday, July 9, for a bicycle hill climb race up Schweitzer Rd.  $15/rider, Onsite registration/check-in from 9:30-10:45 a.m., 11 a.m. race start.

Runing and Speed Clinic

Prevent common sport and athletic injuries while increasing performance with MVMT:GYM’S speed and movement clinic. July 19-21, register by July 14, $55/person. For ages 8-13.

Show Camp (ages 7-14)

Come spend some time this summer acting, singing, dancing and putting on a show for family and friends. August 1-5, register by July 25, $95/person.

All About Bugs (ages 8-14)

We will explore the world of bugs, their utility, uniqueness, and ingenuity.

July 25-29, register by July 18, $85/person.

Sunday Celebration

Come join Sandpoint Parks and Recreation, Brother Music and Creations for Sandpoint for an afternoon of family friendly live music from local groups. This free event is open to everyone. Sundays at Farmin Park from 1-5 p.m.

Musicality for Dance

Understanding the structure and rhythms of the music that we dance to can greatly enhance dance experience. July 9, Register by July 8, $15/person.

Walk with Ease

Walk with Ease is an evidence based walking program designed for people with or without arthritis.  No matter if you need relief from arthritis pain or just want to be active, this six-week program can teach you how to make physical activity part of your everyday life.  Session #2 July 19-Aug. 26, two times offered. Register by July 8 $15/person.


Ultimate is a non-contact active sport full of fast paced action and is very aerobic.  This league is co-ed and all skill levels are welcome. Monday and Thursdays, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Great Northern Park.

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