Mission:

To develop and maintain a park and recreation system that will enhance the quality of life in our community through diverse programs, beautiful facilities, and excellent customer service.





Updates

What's New


February 2, 2016

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Employment Oportunity

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 Martial Arts - Advanced Karate:

 

Go beyond the basis of self defense, learn advanced form (Kata) and sparring. This is a great class for those with 3 months experience or more. Karate is held on Wednesdays, Feb 3rd- May 4th from 7-8:30 pm for $45 for ages 13 and up. Register at Crook County Parks and Recreation 296 S Main St, or online

 

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 PICKLEBALL:

 

Beginner to intermediate players will learn the rules, scoring, and basic court positioning. After one of these sessions, you’ll be ready to participate in organized play. Wear non-marking court shoes. Paddles provided or bring your own. Each session will have two courts. One will be assigned to beginner/intermediate and the other for advanced players. Pickleball is held on Saturdays, Feb 6th- Feb 27th from 9- 11 am for $20 for ages 16 and up. Register at Crook County Parks and Recreation 296 S Main St, or online

 

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Couponing For Beginners:

 

Do you want to save money while shopping? Come learn the basics of couponing! This class will teach you the language and how to use coupons, shopping tricks and how to stack coupons.  Class is Tuesday, Feb 9th from 7-8 pm for $15 for ages 15 and up. Register at Crook County Parks and Recreation 296 S Main St, or online

 

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 CPR/AED/First Aid:

 

Participants will gain the confidence to preform CPR on any individual big or small. The class is approximately 4 hours long. Students will receive an American Heart Association certification that is valid for two years. Class will be held at the Juniper Art Guild on Saturday, Feb. 13th from 8am to 12pm and the cost is $55 for ages 8 and up. Register at Crook County Parks and Recreation 296 S Main St, or online

 

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 Work Zone: Traffic Control:

 

ODOT has authorized the Chemeketa Center for Business & Industry as the Administrator of Flagger curriculum, materials and Flagger Certification Cards. Frank Martinez Sr. is the certified trainer for Prineville. In this class, Frank will teach students about flagging in work zones. The class is approximately 4 hours long. Students will receive training manuals...yours to keep. Students passing the training will receive their ODOT Flaggers Certification Card.  Class will be held at the Juniper Art Guild on Saturday, Feb. 13th from 2-6 pm and the cost is $105 for ages 18 and up. Register at Crook County Parks and Recreation 296 S Main St, or online

 

 

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 Firearms Safety:

 

  This is a lecture and instructor demonstration course that meets the specific requirements one needs to obtain both the Oregon and Utah concealed handgun permits. This is NO gun handling by any of the students. Subject areas include: firearms safety, firearms maintenance, home safety considerations, legal considerations (State and Federal) and use of force limitations.  Ages 20 and up.  Friday Feb. 19th from 6-9:30pm.  Cost is $55. Register at Crook County Parks and Recreation 296 S Main St, or online

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

 

 

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CCPRD Board Meetings

 

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CCPRD Board of Director's meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 5:15pm. Meetings are held at: 296 S Main Street Prineville, Or. 97754

Have an agenda item? Contact the District Office at 447.1209 or email: info@ccprd.org by the Friday before the meeting.

 

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