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19 Rec Guide

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Table of Contents Table of Contents

Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Phone Numbers
Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Registration Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Richfield City Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 896-6439
General Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Parks and Recreation Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . 896-5546
Youth Sports Philosophy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Richfield City Pool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 896-8572
Youth Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6 Richfield City Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 896-5169
Adult Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8 Cove View Golf Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 896-8076
Races . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9 Richfield City Airport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 896-9413
Richfield City Pool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11 Richfield City Senior Center . . . . . . . . . . . . 896-6807
Richfield City Parks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Richfield Fire Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 896-5479
Richfield City Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Richfield Police Department . . . . . . . . . . . . 896-8484
Cove View Golf Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Sevier County EMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 893-9166
Sevier County Sheriff’s Office . . . . . . . . . . . . 896-2600
Sevier County Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . 893-0457
Sevier Valley Travel Council . . . . . . . . . . . . . 893-0458
Sevier School District . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 896-8214

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1 2019 Parks & Recreation Activity Guide

Welcome

A message from the Mayor

On behalf of Richfield City, I welcome you to another year of recreational programs.
They have been well thought out and planned to give recreational opportunities for all
ages. We appreciate our staff, parents and volunteers who make this possible.
I believe that having a great recreation department that is committed to good
programs, is one of the reasons we love this community. Volunteers aren’t paid--not
because they are worthless but because they are priceless.
Dave Ogden
Mayor

Registration for activities with dates marked in bold will take place on the day of the event.
Programs marked with an arrow icon have online registration available. See full listing for more information.

Youth programs Registration Dates Page #

Volleyball January 2 - 21 5

Art Class Spring: February 25 - March 18 5

Track and Field Training Club February 25 - March 18 5

Softball March 11 - April 8 5

Richfield Track & Field Event May 11 5

Summer in the Park June 3 - July 11 5

Tackle Football May 13 - June 24 6

Flag Football July 1 - July 29 6

Soccer July 1 - July 29 6

Jr. Jazz Basketball September 9 - September 30 6

Turkey Shoot Free Throw Competition November 1 6

Jr. Wildcat Basketball November 18 - December 9 6
January 12 January 11, 2020 (next year) 6
Jr. Jazz Fun Shot Basketball Skills Contest
Cal Ripken Babe Ruth Baseball February 1 - March 3 6

Adult programs Page #

Volleyball January 14 - February 4 7

Flag Football January 14 - February 4 7

Summer Softball March 18 - April 15 7

Rooster Valley Softball Tournament - Coed & Men May 27 - July 8 7

Fall Softball June 24 - July 15 7

Basketball September 23 - October 14 8

Turkey Bowl XI October 28 - November 11 8

Races Page #
Christensen’s Red Rock Run-off
Liberty 5K February 25 - April 12 8
Sevier County Fair 5K
Turkey Trot 5K April 29 - June 26 9

2019 Parks & Recreation Activity Guide July 1 - 30 9

November 2 9

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Registration for Programs General Policies

Registrations for every recreation program will be taken on Refunds
a first-come, first-served basis until the program has reached
capacity, or until the registration deadline has passed. Individual registration payments for classes or youth leagues
Registration forms must be filled out and turned in with will be refunded as follows:
complete payment during the registration period to ensure 1. Richfield City will refund all but $5.00 of the fee paid if the
a spot in any class, league, or event. If there are remaining cancellation is made before teams or classes have been set.
openings available once the registration deadline has passed, 2. Richfield City will refund one half of the fee paid if the
registrations will continue to be taken until all spots are filled. cancellation is made after teams or classes have been set.
Payment may be made in the form of cash, check, debit or 3. Richfield City will not issue refunds of fees paid once
credit cards, at the Richfield Parks and Recreation Office at leagues or classes have started.
75 E Center Street, Richfield. 4. In verified cases of season-ending injuries or illnesses, pro-
rated refunds may be made as authorized by the Parks and
Adult League Fees Recreation Director.

Adult leagues are funded by a team fee which is due in full at Poor Weather/Game Cancellations
the time of registration. If a sponsorship is sought from a local
business, it is recommended that no more than one half of the Outdoor games and activities will typically be held despite
entire team fee be requested, and that the remainder of the fee mild inclement weather. In cases of substantially poor or
be collected from individual team players. No registration for unsafe weather conditions with no sign of improvement, the
any adult league will be accepted without the accompanying recreation staff may make a decision early on to cancel games.
team fee paid in full. In theses cases, coaches or captains will be notified by 3:00
p.m. that games for that evening have been cancelled. If no
Medical Insurance call is received by 3:00 p.m., games will be held according to
schedule pending a possible further decision made on-site at
Richfield City does not provide medical insurance for game time depending on the weather. Due to the constant
participants in recreation department programs. Participants changing nature of Utah weather, the majority of weather-
engage in these sports programs and activities at their own based cancellations will occur on-site at game time.
risk, and must have their own medical insurance adequate to
cover any possible injuries sustained while participating.

The Richfield Parks and Recreation staff would like to thank all the excel-
lent volunteers, coaches, and local businesses who have given of their time and
means throughout the year to make our programs successful. We appreciate you

and ask for your continued support.
We encourage everyone to come and be a part of our efforts to build and
strengthen this community through wholesome recreation. If you are interested
in volunteering as a coach, event helper, or business sponsor, please let us know.

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Youth Sports Philosophy

The goal of Richfield Parks and Recreation’s youth sports program is to provide
affordable, inclusive leagues where all children regardless of ability can

participate in a fun, organized, and safe environment where they can learn the
principles of sportsmanship, respect, teamwork, and fair play.

Parent’s Role watch the participants, noting those that appear to be at
a higher level, those that are average, and those that are
The youth sports leagues provided by Richfield Parks less experienced. Immediately after the practice session,
and Recreation should be considered learning and train- participants leave and the coaches will work together to
ing leagues at all levels. The success of our youth sports organize a specified number of teams with the help of a
program relies on the assistance of parents who under- member of the recreation staff. By design, coaches will
stand and adopt the above-mentioned goal and princi- not know which team will be theirs, creating an atmo-
ples. Parents who embrace this goal will strive to create sphere where it is in their best interest to ensure that all
an atmosphere where children can learn and grow and teams appear as even as possible.
feel welcomed.
Once teams are set, coaches will draw randomly to pick
Orientation Meetings their team. Coaches’ children are not included in the
draft, as they will be added to their parent’s team af-
A coach’s orientation meeting is held before the start ter the teams are assigned. Teams may be adjusted if
of the season of each youth sport. Rosters, schedules, the addition of the coaches’ children creates any notable
rules, and equipment are distributed, and information unevenness among them. Also, any requests for indi-
on sportsmanship is covered, with an emphasis on the viduals to play together may possibly be honored at this
responsibilities of the coach. Coaches must fill out a time, but only if all coaches agree on the trades. Once
volunteer coach application which authorizes a crimi- the meeting is over, teams are set and no further trading
nal history background check, and must read and sign a of players will be allowed.
coach’s Code of Conduct.
Sportsmanship
Team Organization
There is no place within any recreation program for any
In general, teams for leagues that include grades five and form of verbal or physical abuse from any individual.
up will be formed using a draft system that discourages Anyone guilty of harassment, taunting, swearing or pro-
uneven, or stacked teams. fanity, or any other form of unsportsmanlike conduct
may be asked to leave the facility immediately. Failure
Drafts will take place a few weeks prior to the parent’s to comply with the requests of recreation staff may result
and coach’s meetings. All participants in these leagues in a forfeiture of the game, and possible suspension from
will attend a practice session where they will perform further participation (as a player, coach, or spectator),
various drills and activities that will demonstrate their and/or legal action.
level and ability in that particular sport. Those parents
who volunteered to coach will be in attendance and will

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Youth Programs

Youth Programs

Richfield City offers a variety of sports leagues, events, and activities for youth. Sign your kids up and get them active and involved!
Free sport-specific instructional clinics will be held prior to the start of each youth sport. These are a great opportunity for players

and newer coaches to learn the fundamental skills that will help lead to a positive experience with each sport.
More information on these instructional clinics will be available at time of registration.

Volleyball Softball
This program is for boys and girls in 4th through 8th grade. This program is for girls who are currently in Kindergarten
The 4th grade division will be instructional and practice- through 8th grade. The purpose of this program is for girls to
based without organized teams, and will spend equal time have fun while learning and developing fundamental softball
working on fundamentals and playing practice games. The skills. Teams will be scheduled to play two games a week for
5th through 8th grade divisions will be scheduled in a double- five weeks. The Filly and Fox leagues will play a post-season
header format for six weeks of play, followed by a post-season single-elimination tournament. Games will be held at Rotary
single-elimination tournament. Games for all grade divisions, Park and Lions Park in Richfield beginning on May 7.
including the 4th grade instructional division, will be held at Registration: March 11 – April 8
Richfield High School and Red Hills Middle School. Play will
begin on February 19.

Registration: January 2 – 21 Kindergarten (T-Ball): $30
4th Grade: $35 1st – 2nd Grade (Coach-Pitch): $30
5th – 8th Grades: $35 3rd – 4th Grade (Falcon): $35
An opportunity to play in a 3 weekend tournament is avail- 5th – 6th Grade (Filly): $35
able to 4th-6th graders. 7th – 8th Grade (Fox): $40
Tournament dates are: March 16, March 30 and April 13 at RHS.
Cost is $15.00 per participant. Richfield Track and Field Event
There will be tournament team practices twice a week. Kids need We are pleased to offer this event for kids to show their skills
to commit to these dates. and accomplishments. Join us at the RHS track for a fun-
filled morning of activities.
Art Class Day & Time
This program is for children ages 6 through 12, and is offered May 11, 2019 - 10:00 a.m.
in the spring. There are three classes available: ages 6 & 7; Registration: 9 to 9:45 a.m. at RHS Track
ages 8 & 9; and ages 10 to 12. Each class will focus on age- FREE
appropriate art instruction. Children will learn basic art
principles and practice various techniques while creating fun Summer in the Park
projects. Classes will be on Thursdays for six weeks. Age groups This is a free summer-time program designed for children who
may be combined depending on number of participants. will be entering 1st through 5th grade in the fall. Children will
Divisions and Class Times get hands-on experience with a range of fun, interactive, art-
Age 6 & 7: 4 to 5 p.m. • 8 & 9: 5 to 6 p.m. • 10 - 12: 6 to 7 p.m. oriented activities. We will partner with the library. The theme
Spring Session is “ A Universe of Stories”. Daily activities will begin at 9:00
Registration: February 25 - March 18 a.m. and will go until about 10:30 a.m.
Classes will begin on March 28. Please attend the park that is most convenient for you, and be
$35 aware that the activities will be the same at each park for each
given week. Summer in the Park will begin the week of June
Richfield Track and Field Training Club 3 and run through July 11.
This program is for boys and girls ages 9 – 14 that are Days and Locations
interested in developing proper warm-up, stretching, and Tuesday: Rotary Park
running techniques, and in practicing various track and field Wednesday: Lions Park
skills. The club will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays for six Thursday: City Park
weeks from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Richfield High School track, Free
beginning March 26.

Registration: February 25 - March 18
$35

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Youth Programs Turkey Shoot Free Throw Competition
This competition is for children in Kindergarten through 8th
Tackle Football grade. Boys and girls compete separately according to grade
This program is for youth entering 6th, 7th, or 8th grade in divisions. Each child will shoot 10 free throws, and the best
the fall. This is full-contact, tackle football. We are part of the out of 10 for each division wins a prize! Younger grades shoot
Central Utah Football League, which manages this program from closer distances with junior-size balls.
and organizes the game schedules. Date and Location
This program is open to all youth, and there are no try-outs. Friday, November 1 at 6 p.m., at Red Hills Middle School
Teams will fill up quickly, so sign up early in the registration Registration: 5:30 p.m., day of event at location
period to ensure a spot in the program. Play will begin in Please bring a non-perishable food donation for Central Utah
mid-August. Food Sharing.
Registration: May 13 – June 24 $140
Jr. Wildcats Basketball
Flag Football This program is for boys and girls in 1st and 2nd grade.
This program is for boys and girls entering 2nd through 5th Parents work directly with their children to practice basketball
grade in the fall. Teams will play once a week on Wednesdays fundamentals through drills and skill-building games, as
for six weeks, beginning August 21. The 4th/5th grade division taught by an instructor. This program is held for six weeks
will play a post-season single elimination tournament. beginning January 9.
Registration: July 1 - 29 Registration: November 18 – December 9
2nd – 3rd Grade: $30 4th – 5th Grade: $35 $25
JR. JAZZ FUN SHOT BASKETBALL
Soccer SHOOTING COMPETITION
This program is for girls and boys entering Kindergarten Jr. Jazz participants may compete in the Fun Shot event.
through 8th grade in the fall. All teams will play on Tuesdays Local winners will compete in a regional event with a chance
and Thursdays for five weeks, beginning on August 20. The to compete at the Vivint Smarthome Arena.
4th – 8th grade divisions will play a post-season single-
elimination tournament. Date and Location
All players must have one of our reversible jerseys to wear Friday, January 10, 2020 at Red Hills Middle School -2 pm
during soccer games. We order the same style of jersey from Registration: 1:00-1:45 a.m. day of event
year to year, so participants are encouraged to reuse their old Friday, January 8, 2021 (next year)
jerseys or pass them on to a friend or sibling when they get too
small. New jerseys may be purchased at the time of registration Richfield BABE RUTH BASEBALL
for an additional fee of $15. Socks may be purchased for an This program is for youth 5 - 15 years old. It is designed
additional $5. to teach the fundamentals of baseball and develop skills
Registration: July 1 – 29 to play at different levels of competition.
K – 1st Grade: $25 Registration: February 1 - March 4
2nd – 3rd Grade: $30
4th – 5th Grade: $35 Register at the Richfield Parks & Recreation office or
6th – 8th Grade: $35 Gary’s Shoes.

JR. JAZZ Basketball Rookie: 5 & 6 years old Tryout for ages 8-12: March 15
This program is for girls and boys in 3rd through 8th grade. Developmental: 7 years old Opening Day/Week: April 1-4
All levels are designed to be instructional and recreational. Double A: 8 years old End of Year Tournament:
The 3rd grade leagues will be entirely instructional, and
participants will spend equal time working on fundamentals Triple A: 9 & 10 years old May 16-22
and playing practice games. All teams will play once a week Extravaganza: May 22
for eight weeks, and the 5th – 8th grade leagues will play Major League: 11 & 12 years old Allstar Draft: May 28
a post-season single-elimination tournament. Various grades Babe Ruth: 13 & 14 years old Fathers Day Tournament:
may be combined based on registration numbers. Play will June 14-15
begin on November 6. Prep League: 15 years old State Tournament: June 28-29
Registration: September 9 - September 30
3rd Grade: $30 Any questions email: [email protected]
4th Grade: $35
5th – 8th Grade: $40

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Adult Programs

Adult Programs

Our adult programs offer a variety of ways for you to get out, exercise, and take your mind off the things that stress you.
Come join us for some fun, healthy activities—you might just win a t-shirt!

Volleyball Fall Softball
This is a great sport for co-workers, church groups, or just This program is for those that just can’t get enough softball.
a bunch of friends. Teams are scheduled for two matches Like summer softball, teams will be scheduled in a double-
each night of play. The regular season will be seven weeks, header format for eight weeks of play, followed by a double-
followed by a double-elimination tournament. Games will be elimination tournament. Season games will begin in August
held at Richfield High School and Red Hills Middle School and continue into October.
beginning on February 19. Leagues and Nights of Play
Leagues and Nights of Play Men’s: Wednesday
Women’s Competitive: Tuesday Co-ed: Thursday
Women’s Recreational: Wednesday Registration: June 24 - July 15
Co-ed: Thursday $425 per team
Registration: January 14 – February 4
$260 per team 35th Annual
Rooster Valley Classic
Flag Football These are fun, competitive tournaments that
This has been an increasingly popular program over the last have been a local tradition for over thirty
few years. Games are seven-on-seven, played on an 80-yard years!
field with two 20-minute halves. The regular season consists Richfield City will host the 35th Rooster
of seven weeks of play followed by a double-elimination Valley Softball Classic. . There will be both a
tournament. Games will be held on Wednesday evenings at co-ed and a men’s tournament.
Rotary Park beginning March 6. If enough teams register, we will have prizes for
Registration: January 14 – February 4 the first, second, and third place finishers in
$365 per team the top division, as well as the first and second
place finishers in the two lower divisions.
Summer Softball Sign up early so that plans can be made to
Come play softball with us! We have teams come from all make this one of the best tournament in the
parts of the valley to play in this large, competitive softball state.
program. All leagues are scheduled in a double-header format Co-ed tournament -
for an eight-week season, followed by a double-elimination Friday night & Saturday July 19-20
tournament. Games are held at both the Rotary Park and Men’s Tournament
Lions Park. Games will begin May 8. Friday night & Saturday, July 26 - 27
Leagues and Nights of Play Registration: May 27 – July 8
Men’s: Wednesday Register at richfieldrec.com
Co-ed: Thursday $260 per team
Registration: March 18 - April 15
$475 per team

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Adult Programs

Basketball TThuisriskaefylagBfooowtblallXtoIIuIrnament for adults held the Friday
Get your team together and come play in one of our exciting, and Saturday after Thanksgiving each year. All games are held
fast-paced basketball leagues! This is a great way to stay in at Rotary Park in Richfield.
shape and have fun at the same time. All leagues will begin This event has quickly become a popular Richfield
the week of November 5. Thanksgiving tradition for many families. Come burn off
Leagues and Nights of Play some calories while playing flag football with us!
Men’s: Tuesday or Wednesday Date and Location
High School Boys’: Tuesday Friday & Saturday, November 29 - 30, Rotary Park
Women’s: Wednesday Registration: October 28 - November 12
$175 per team
Registration: September 23 – October 14
Adult Leagues: $365 per team

Races

Richfield has a great running community, and we’re proud to offer some fun races to keep everyone motivated.
Two of our races begin with a Kids’ 1-Mile run. These quick races are a great way to encourage your kids to start a healthy

exercise-based lifestyle. Plus, they might win a prize! We love seeing new faces, so if you’ve thought
about competing in one of our running events, this year is the time to actually do it!

Registration for all races except the Turkey Trot 5K will take Registration: Feb. 25 - April 12 (closed online at noon April 12)
place online at the websites listed in the description of each Register Online richfieldrec.com, or in person at the Richfield
race. Runners are encouraged to use the online registration Parks and Recreation office
to avoid late registration fees and to simplify the check-in
process prior to each race. There may be additional charges or Cost: $30
fees for registering online. For day-of registrants, race shirts
will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Race check-in / Day-of Registration: 7 – 7:30 a.m.

Christensen’s Red Rock Run-off
This has quickly grown into one of our most popular events! This
is a challenging 4.5 mile trail run that will begin at 8:00 a.m.

The 4.5 mile route covers varied terrain, heading through town
on the paved bike trail, up to the water tower, and along the
rugged dirt trail that parallels the freeway along the west hills
back to the starting location. It’s no walk in the park, but it’s fun
and do-able for the average runner. Race begins at 8:00 a.m.

The top three male and female runners in the race will receive gift
certificates from Christensen’s in Richfield.

Date and Location: Saturday, April 20 at 8:00 a.m., just west
of the North I-70 exit in Richfield

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Liberty 5K Races

The Liberty 5K is a great way for locals and visitors alike to kick Race check-in / Day-of Registration: 6:30 – 7:15 a.m.
off the Richfield City 4th of July festivities. This is a great 5K loop
course with the last mile being gradually downhill. Prior to the start This race will be the first of many great family activities scheduled
of the 5K there will be a Kids’ 1-Mile run for ages 12 and under. on Saturday at the Sevier County Fair.
Both races begin and end at the Richfield City Park, which is the
central hub for all of the 4th of July festivities. The races will be Turkey Trot 5K Fun Run
timed using the RunnerCard timing system, and every participant
will receive a printout of their race details. Runners will also receive Bring the whole family for this traditional Thanksgiving race! Prior
a t-shirt, participation award, and post-race refreshments. to the start of the 5K there will be a Kids’ 1-Mile run for ages 12
There will be age divisions for both the 5K and the Kids’ 1-Mile and under.
run. For both races, cash awards will be given to the top three male Winners in each age division for the 5K and the Kids’ 1-Mile will
and female finishers overall. Please stick around and pick-up your receive a prize!
awards. We promise you’ll still make it to the parade! Date and Location
Runners, if at all possible, please pick-up your race packets prior to Saturday, November 2, at the Richfield City office
the day of the race at the early race check-in time July 3, 6:00 - 8:00 Kid’s 1-Mile 8:30 a.m.
p.m. at the Richfield City Park. (Kids Division) 6 & Under, 7-10, 11-12
Date and Location 5K: 9:00 a.m.
Thursday, July 4, at the Richfield City Park 5K age divisions:
Start Times 19 & under, 20 – 29, 30 – 39, 40 – 49, 50 – 59, 60 – 69, 70 & over
Kids’ 1-Mile: 7 a.m. Registration: 7:30 – 8:15 a.m., at the Richfield City Office the day
5K: 7:30 a.m. of the race
Kids’ 1-Mile age divisions: Please bring a non-perishable food donation for Central Utah Food
4 & under, 5 – 6, 7 – 8, 9 – 10, 11 – 12 Sharing.
5K age divisions:
14 & under, 15 – 19, 20 – 29, 30 – 39, 40 – 49, 50 – 59, 60 – 69,
70 & over
Registration: April 29 – June 26, online at runnercard.com
(Online registration will end at 11:59 p.m. on June 26)
5K cost: $20
Kids’ 1-Mile cost: $15
Day-of Registration
6 – 6:30 a.m. the day of the race at the Richfield City Park.

SEVIER COUNTY FAIR 5K

Richfield Parks and Recreation and the Sevier County Fair Board
will be teaming up to add a fun 5K run to the fair schedule. The
5K race course will weave through the lanes and fields adjacent to
the fair grounds.
Date and Location
Saturday, August 10, at the Sevier County Fairgrounds.
The race will begin at 7:30 a.m.
Registration: July 1-July 30
More information to come.

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Richfield City Pool

Richfield City Pool

635 W 500 N, Richfield, UT • PHONE: 896-8572

Manager: Janet Siggins
Registration fees for all swim lessons and other pool programs listed here will be taken at the pool.
Swimming pool hours are adjusted frequently to accommodate the high school swim team and various lesson schedules.
Please call the pool for current hours, fees, and information on passes or check on the website @ richfieldrec.com

C.S.I. Richfield Annual Patron
Appreciation party
Competitive Swimming Instruction (conditioning) Monday, April 2 6 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
A year round youth swimming conditioning program designed Door Prizes & Treats
for those swimmers wanting to improve their skills and their monday night swim
performance. Contact the pool office for further details. 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. September-February
3:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. February- August
Youth Private Swimming Lessons $2.00 per person
Private swimming lessons for youth are available all year long.
Sessions include five 30-minute, one-on-one lessons. From Valentines Val Pal
June through August, youth private lessons will take place February 14 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Monday – Friday from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. and 1:00 - Buy one Get one FREE!
3:00 p.m.
$75

Adult Private Swimming Lessons Swimming Lessons
The pool is excited to offer private swimming lessons for Swimming lessons are available throughout the year. Please
adults. Sessions include five 40-minute, one-on-one lessons. contact the pool for current information regarding Fall/
Those interested may contact the pool at any time to schedule Winter lesson schedules. Summer swimming lessons are held
private lessons. June through August with Level 2 through Level 5 classes,
$75 which are based on swimming ability. There are four sessions
Aerobics available and lessons will be scheduled during the times listed
Come splash into fun with water aerobics! The City Pool below.
offers water aerobics every weekday morning year round. Please Monday-Wednesday-Friday - 30 Minutes - $30.00
contact the pool office for current class hours. 10:00 a.m. - Noon
Entry fee for aerobics is $3.50 Tuesday-Thursday - 40 Minutes - $28.00
10:00 a.m. - Noon
Mermaid Swim Session One: June 3 – 14
Mermaid swim lessons are on Tuesday from 5:00-5:30 p.m. Session Two: June 17 – June 28
and 5:30-6:00 p.m. Session Three: July 8 – 19
Registration is $25.00 Session Four: July 29 – August 9
Water Polo Classes Registration begins: May 1
Water Polo Classes are from February - October on Tuesdays Regular and Red-Cross swim lessons are scheduled the same
6:00-7:00 p.m. This program is designed to improve skills and session times
performance.
Registration is $30.00 SCOUT/YOUTH GROUP NIGHT

Tuesday evenings scout/youth group activities may be booked.
Must make reservations at least two weeks in advance.

2019 Parks & Recreation Activity Guide Adult Swim

The pool is open for adult swimming
Year-round: Monday through Friday 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.,

Monday through Thursday 5:00 – 6:00 p.m.

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Summer Swim League Richfield City Pool
Registration will be held at the Richfield City Swimming
Pool beginning on April 2 until each age group limit is Richfield City Pool Rental
reached. Summer Swim League will begin holding practices A $50.00 security deposit is required for all facility rentals.
on June 3rd. After registering for this program, the parents The deposit is in addition to the rental contract fee. The
will need to know their children’s swim suit size. The swim deposit is refundable if this contract is upheld. The Rental
suit and the swim cap and goggles will be included in the deposit MUST BE PAID 7 DAYS IN ADVANCE.
registration fee.
Registration Fee Pool Rentals
Ages 13 and under - $100 Pool rentals are exclusive use of the facility, which includes
Ages 14 and over - $120 the pool, deck, and the patio. We also set-up tables and
All participants must be able to swim the length of the pool chairs for rentals.
using the front-crawl and the backstroke without assistance. The option to have the Aqua Track set -up for your rental
Any child who has not been on the team before must come is free of charge on Fridays and Saturday, all other days will
to the pool and pass a Swimming Proficiency Test. require a $25.00 charge for the Aqua Track.

Birthday Parties Pool Rental Prices
The pool may be reserved for birthday parties. If you are Deposit -$50.00
interested in holding a birthday party at the pool with Under 20 people for 1 hour - $65.00
swimming, presents, food, and use of the pool deck and 21 - 50 people for 1 hour - $100.00
patio, please register with the pool at least two weeks in Each additional half hour - $35.00
advance. If a Pool Rental has more than 50 people, each additional
person over 50 people will pay $2.00.
Pool Birthday Party Times
Year round parties are done during regular swim time. daily
reservations are required.
$3.50 per person ($24.50 minimum charge).

The Richfield City Pool hosts a variety of swim meets, as well as classes, lessons and programs for young and old.

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Richfield City Parks / Richfield City Library

Richfield City ParksRichfield has a number of great parks that are available for year-round use.

Individual park pavilions may be reserved for group use beginning January 1 of each year.

City Park Picnic areas, playground, Reservations may be made for the pavilions only.
300 North Main restrooms, Freedom stage, All other areas are open to the public on a first-
basketball court, sand volleyball. come first-served basis.

Lions Park Two pavilions, picnic area, Daily Time Slots:
7:00 to 11:30 a.m.
600 West 400 North playground, restrooms, softball 12:00 to 4:30 p.m.
field, horseshoe pits, pool. 5:00 to 9:30 p.m.

Rotary Park Pavilion, playground, restrooms, Park Rental Fee: $25 per time slot
800 South 1000 West three softball fields.
(time slots adjustable if needed)
Centennial Park Two pavilions, playgrounds,
1000 Centennial Park Dr. restrooms. Disc golf baskets

Richfield City Library

83 E Center Street, Richfield, UT • PHONE: 896-5169
www.richfieldlibrary.com

The library is open Monday-Friday 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. & Saturday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Library Director: Michelle Olsen

Library cards are FREE for all Richfield residents, Snow College students and children
who go to school in Richfield. $20 per year for those reading outside the city.

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mind, your imagination and your hands. 2nd and last for prizes at the library.
Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m.

MOM & ME DISCOVERY
APRfuEnStiCmHe OfoOr cLhiPldRreOn GanRdAcaMreSgivers to enjoy stories,
songs, and games together. This program is geared
toward children ages 3-5.

A Universe of Stories and
Summer IN THE PARK
Sports/Health/Fitness. Programs will be held at the
parks in partnership with the recreation dept. There
will be stories, games and activities.
9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Tuesday: Rotary Park
Wednesday: Lions Park
Thursday: City Park

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are $1 each. Scan documents for free!

2019 Parks & Recreation Activity Guide 12

Cove View Golf Course

The Cove View Course has become a much
sought-after course in Central Utah. It is a popular
destination for many local golfers as well as
travelers on I-70. Located right next to the south
freeway exit of Richfield, the course is surrounded
by the scenic hills and mountains of the Sevier
Valley. Players can expect 6,500 yards of rolling
hills, 5 lakes, and scenic views of Cove Mountain.
So what are you waiting for? Come and enjoy all that
Cove View has to offer.

RATES 2019 Tournament Schedule
Ice Breaker - 2-Man Scramble March 9 10AM
Green Fees:
Adult 9-Holes...........................................$13.00 Cove View Men’s Association 1 man scramble TBA
Adult 18-Holes.........................................$26.00
Junior 9-Holes:...........................................$7.00 Cove View Cup Weekly Begins March 26
Junior 18-Holes:.......................................$14.00
Ladies Night Begins April 2
Punch Passes:
10 Rounds (9-Holes)..............................$115.00 Cove View Men’s Association Tournament TBA
20 Rounds (9-Holes)..............................$220.00
10 Rounds (Junior)..................................$60.00 Richfield Couples Ice Breaker May 11 9AM

Cart Rental: Golf State Champ-1A Boys, 1A & 2A Girls May 14-15
9-Hole Cart (Single Seat)...........................$7.00
9-Hole Cart (Two Seats)...........................$14.00 Jr. Golf Camp May 28-29
18-Hole Cart (Single Seat).......................$14.00
18-Hole Cart (Two Seats).........................$28.00 Richfield Chamber Mulligan Masters June 1 8AM
40 Seat Cart Punch Card........................$240.00
40 Seat Senior Punch Punch Card..........$225.00 Cove View Senior Amateur June 17 8AM

Other Rentals: Cove View Amateur June 28 2PM
9 Hole Pull Cart.........................................$3.00
18-Hole Pull Cart......................................$6.00 Cove View Ladies Invitational July 26-27 TBA
Rental Clubs..............................................$7.00
RHS, SSHS, NSHS Golf Team Fundraiser July 31 3PM
Range Balls:
Small Bucket..............................................$4.00 Cove View Cup Match Play TBA
Large Bucket..............................................$6.00
10 Large Bucket Punch Pass.....................$50.00 Trail Days 2 Person Scramble Aug 24

Season Passes: Men’s Club Championship Sept 6-7
Men’s Regular.........................................$600.00 Ladies Club Championship Sept 14 9AM
Men’s Senior...........................................$550.00 Cove View 27-Hole 2-Man Sept 21 9AM
Women’s Regular....................................$500.00 Cove View/Palisade Amateur Oct 11-12 TBA
Women’s Senior......................................$450.00
Junior.....................................................$250.00 For more information visit coveviewgolf.com
Married Couples Regular....................$1,000.00
Married Couples Senior.........................$900.00
Family.................................................$1,000.00
• Tuesdays @ 5:30 - Ladies’ Association Night
• Wednesdays @ 5:30 - Men’s Association Night

• Cove View Cup Tuesday-Thursday

13 2019 Parks & Recreation Activity Guide

Thank you
to our 2018 Youth Sports Sponsors

State Bank of Southern Utah Pearson Tire
Maxfield Meats Sevier Valley Hospital

Jorgensen’s Ford/Honda Quality Inn
Jones & Demille Shirt Stop
Miller Accounting Syddall Floor Coverings
Thalman Orthodontics
Mountain America Credit Union Winters Family Dentistry
MJP Trucking Zions Bank
Paradise Press Peterson Plumbing
Christensen’s Department Store
Larsen’s Ace Hardware
Barnett Orthodontics

We would like to thank our 2018 Youth Sports Sponsors. If you would like to become a sponsor for
one or more of the youth sports programs contact Richfield Parks and Recreation.

2019 Parks & Recreation Activity Guide 14

2019 Schedule of Events

Richfield Parks & Recreation

Registration for activities with dates marked in bold will take place on the day of the event.
Programs marked with an arrow icon have online registration available. See full listing for more information.

Youth Activities Registration Dates Page #
Volleyball
Art Class January 2 - 21 5
Softball
Richfield Track and Field Training Club Spring: February 25 - March 18 5
Richfield Track and Field Event
Summer in the Park March 11 - April 8 5
Tackle Football
Flag Football February 25 - March 18 5
Soccer
Jr. Jazz Basketball May 11 5
Turkey Shoot Free Throw Competition
Jr. Wildcat Basketball June 3 - July 11 5
Jr. Jazz Fun Shot Basketball Skills Contest
Cal Ripken Babe Ruth Baseball May 13 - June 24 6

July 1 - July 29 6

July 1 - July 29 6

September 9 - September 30 6

November 1 6

November 18 - December 9 6

January 12 January 11, 2020 (next year) 6

February 1 - March 3 6

Adult Activities Page #
7
Volleyball January 14 - February 4 7
7
Flag Football January 14 - February 4 7
7
Summer Softball March 18 - April 15 8
8
Rooster Valley Softball Tournament - Coed & Men May 27 - July 8

Fall Softball June 24 - July 15

Basketball September 23 - October 14

Turkey Bowl XII October 28 - November 11

Races Page #
Christensen’s Red Rock Run-off
Liberty 5K February 25- April 12 8
Sevier County Fair 5K
Turkey Trot 5K April 29 - June 26 9

July 1 - 29 9

November 2 9

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