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Parks & Recreation

Healthy Parks, Healthy Portland

Phone: 503-823-PLAY (7529)

Fax: 503-823-6007

1120 SW Fifth Ave., Suite 1302, Portland, OR 97204

Sports & Gym



Gym Schedule 1/5-3/27

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Gymnasium Drop-in Programs: Jan. 5th - Mar 27th

 


Indoor Park

 

Indoor Park and Art Park 1/7-3/22

Indoor Park will not run during Portland Public No School Days, Winter or Spring school breaks (1/19, 1/30, 2/16)

Children’s play is essential in the human development process! Indoor Park is a safe and cooperative playtime for children accompanied and monitored by parents. Encourages the development of motor skills while helping children gain confidence with group interaction and cooperative play on equipment, cars, and assorted toys. Network with other parents for support and opportunities. Drop-In program.
Mon/Wed 1:30-3pm

Season: Fall, Winter & Spring

Closed: June-September

 

 

 

$3.50/child

 

$35/12-punch card

Tu/Th 10:30-2pm
Fri with Art Park! 10:30-12pm
  • No cost for babies under 9 months

Youth Basketball & Soccer Leagues

Little Hooper Warm Up  

 

Park Star Leagues
Basketball League - Park Stars Grade: 1 & 2 Season: Fall
  • Dribble, pass, shoot & score! This entry-level league focuses on skill development, sportsmanship, teamwork & fun! Eight-foot hoops used & T-shirts included.
  • Practice: Monday nights, 5:15pm or 6:15pm or Tuesday nights, 5:15pm or 6:15pm
  • Games: Fridays, 6-8pm.
  • This is a non-competitive, beginning basketball league geared to the developmental needs of 1st & 2nd graders. An information meeting will be held during the beginning of the first practice. Teams are co-ed & are established at the end of the first practices, mixing player abilities, gender, age and school. We will not keep pre-established teams together. Buddy forms are available for friends. Once teams are set, there will be no adjustments.
  • Volunteer Coaches are needed. Contact blaine.rethmeier@portlandoregon.gov with interest.
  • Free T-Shirt for every player.
Basketball League - Goldenball Grade: 3 & 4 Season: Winter
  • Hoop it up! Build self-esteem in this noncompetitive, entry level league. Focuses on skill development, ball handling, passing, lay-ups, pivoting, & defensive positioning, cutting, picking, screening, rebounding, & more. Sportsmanship & teamwork emphasized. T-shirts included.
  • Practice: Monday orTuesday nights, 5:15pm or 6:15pm.
  • Games: Saturdays, Times TBA
  • This is a non-competitive, beginning basketball league geared to the developmental needs of 3rd & 4th graders. An information meeting will be held during the beginning of the first practice. Teams are co-ed & are established at the end of the first practices, mixing player abilities, gender, age and school. We will not keep pre-established teams together. Buddy forms are available for friends. Once teams are set, there will be no adjustments.
  • Volunteer Coaches are needed. Contact blaine.rethmeier@portlandoregon.gov with interest.

  • Free T-Shirt for every player.

 

 


Form - Buddy Form for Basketball Leagues

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Basketball Academy - Private Coaching

Coach BlaineNeed more individualized attention? Develop skills, from beginning to advanced, in a one-on-one or small group setting. Work with your personal coach developing and improving your basketball skill and ability.  Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced player, let us help you reach your personal goals.

  • Ages: All - We have skilled coaches ready to work with preschoolers through adult.
  • Schedule: Personalized schedule based on your request and the availability of coaches and gym space.
  • Coaches: Coach Blaine (right) & Coach Darryl

Call 503-823-2847 or email Tim at Tim.Haberman@portlandoregon.gov for more information or to schedule your Private Coaching Session. Complete the Private or Semi-Private Basketball Coaching Request form and turn it in to the front desk to get started!

 

3 Sessions, 45 minutes each
Private 1-on-1 $75* / Person                                                  
Group Session $45* / Person - Sign up with a friend and SAVE!
  • *30% fee increase for non-residents of the City of Portland
  • Sign up with a friend and save! Group session size maximum of 3 participants.
  • There is not a fee for rescheduling a Coaching Session with a minimum 24 hours notice. Cancellation fee may be assessed with less than 24 hours notice or a no show for the sesson.

 

 


Skateboarding - Private Coaching

180 Skateboard CamperNeed more individualized attention? Develop skills, from beginning to advanced, in a one-on-one or small group setting. Work with your personal coach developing and improving your skateing techniques and ability.  Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced rider, let us help you reach your personal goals.

  •  Ages: All - We have skilled coaches ready to work with young children through adult.
  • Location: Gabriel Park Skate Park or indoors at SWCC.
  • Schedule: Personalized schedule based on your request and the availability of coaches. 
  • Coaches: Coach Boomer, Coach Chris or Coach Travis; Coach Sean is available May-Sept.
  • Forms: All participants will need to complete a lesson request form (Private or Semi-Private), Emergency Form & Skateboard Participation Agreement. Please bring them with you to the first session.
  • Skateboards & Pads: SWCC has skateboards and pads that can be checked out for lessons, classes and camps. Contact Jamie at the information below to reserve your equipment.

Call 503-823-2845 or email Blaine at Blaine.Rethmeier@portlandoreogn.gov for more information or to schedule your Private Coaching Session. Complete the Private or Semi-Private Lesson Request form and turn it in to the front desk to get started!

 

1 Hr Skate Session   1.5 Hr Skate Session
Private 1-on-1 $28* / Person   Private 1-on-1 $40* / Person
Group Session $18* / Person Group Session $25* / Person

 Kickstart Package - for the brand new skater: 2, 90-minute Private Lessons, $70.

  • *40% fee increase for non-residents of the City of Portland
  • Sign up with a friend and save! Group session size maximum of 4 participants.
  • One and a half hour sessions are recommended for new skaters and provide an overview of skateboard safety, use of pads, and question/answer period for parents.
  • One to two hour sessions are recommended for returning skaters.
  • In case of inclement weather, we will move indoors if a space is available, or reschedule. Please be in contact with the coach or SWCC and make sure he is notified at least 2 hours prior to the scheduled lesson if you decide not to attend.
  • Cancellation fee may be assessed with less than 2 hours notice or a no show for the lesson.
  • Lesson Request Forms: Private or Semi-Private 

 


PP&R Skateboard Program Directory


First Time Skater Clinic

First Time Skate Clinic