Just a few of our community youth programs include:
- Summer Reading Program
- Pee Wee Soccer Camp
- Basketball Camp for Boys and Girls (Co-ed)
- Girls volleyball camp
** Check out the new Google Calendar below for dates and times of events happening this summer. **
If you have any recreation activities for children or adults that you’d like included on the calendar, please send your information to email@example.com.
Southwest Tech Summer Camp: Tech Trek for grades 7-9.
Information can be found on the SWTC website.
Adult Summer Activities include Pickleball, Semi-fast and Slow-pitch Softball, Co-ed Volleyball, Co-ed Blind Volleyball Tournament, and Stitzer kickball tournament. Please reach out the individual groups for more information regarding dates and times.
Vacation Bible School programs will be held at area churches. Please contact the respective church offices for more information.
Family and All-Age Summer Run-For-Fun Beginning at 7:00/7:30 p.m. at Oakwood Park. 1.5 mile run for ages 14 and under, 3 mile run for ages 15 and over; 1.5 and 3 mile walks. Dates and Times: TBD
Youth Fall Activities include Bowling and 7th-8th Grade Football.
Swimming and Aquatic Programs include Swimming lessons for all ages, aquatic programs, and open swimming. For all pool related issues call the City Office at 608-822-6119. Swimming lessons for school age children living in the Fennimore Community Schools are offered through Fennimore Schools’ Summer School Program. Please visit the school website for more information or contact Jenna Govier at firstname.lastname@example.org. Private lessons and lessons for non-school aged children will be run through the City Hall. Please contact them at 608-822-6119. See the Swimming Pool page for more pool information.
Disc Golf: Fennimore has a Disc Golf Course at the Oakwood Nature Park. Similar to regular golf, the object of disc golf is to complete each hole in the fewest number of throws. The game is relatively easy to learn and play, but challenging to master.
Volunteer Recreation Committee
Mayor Ryan Boebel
What It Means to Volunteer
Volunteering allows the city to successfully organize and run the many programs listed. Without you we are limited in what we can offer! You can make a difference by coaching a team, working the concession stand, running a program, etc. Volunteers/Coaches – run practices/programs, are positive role models, ensure the safety of players/students during games and practices, promote teamwork, and make a difference in a child’s life.
Code of Conduct for Youth Sports
Our mission is to develop our youth into productive and caring citizens while respecting the uniqueness of each individual. We will encourage all individuals to achieve their full potential. We hope the youth will enjoy the activities, gain knowledge that will be useful in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and develop a positive attitude towards others. Participants are EXPECTED to show respect to their team members, volunteers, coaches, other players, spectators and game officials. Participants may not make public displays of anger or disrespect during a game or near an event or activity. Players are responsible for attending practices and games, and if unable to attend are asked to call their coaches. Coaches have the right to have a player sit on the bench for any misconduct or lack of participation.
Waiver of Liability
Please be aware the recreation programs involve an element of risk or danger for all participants and may cause serious injury or property loss. The recreation program does not provide nor cover any medical or hospital insurance for participants in our programs; anyone participating in sponsored programs assumes risk of all injuries. An adult signature is required beneath the waiver of liability on all program registration forms.
Check Policy/Refund Policy
All checks returned because of insufficient funds will be charged a $15.00 service fee.
There will be NO refunds of program registration fees unless a program is cancelled due to low enrollment or the person has a verifiable medical illness.
If you have an idea for a new program offering please contact City Hall. Please keep it mind it takes many volunteers to make them all happen.