Thursday, September 20, 2018
Brush pickup for the month of September ( and the last brush pickup of the year) will begin Monday, September 24, 2018. During scheduled brush collections, the Street Department will make only one pass through the city to pick up brush. Please have your brush by the front curb, but not in the street,... more
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
The Goshen Street Department will be paving S. 10th Street from College Avenue to New York Street. The road will be restricted to one lane, with flaggers to help with traffic flow. more
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Governing Body: Community Relations Commission of Goshen (CRC) Date and Time of Meeting: October 2, 2018 at 6:15 PM Place of Meeting: Abshire Cabin (Goshen Parks Facility, 1302 East Lincoln Ave., Goshen, IN, 46528 Pursuant to the... more
Monday, September 24, 2018
During scheduled brush collections, the Street Department will make only one pass through the city to pick up brush. Please have your brush by the front curb, but not in the street, by that Monday morning at 7:00 am. Brush will not be picked up in alleys and the piles should be trash free. Crews cannot access the piles if blocked by vehicles.
Monday, September 24, 2018, 2:00pm
Monday, September 24, 2018, 7:00pm
Dance attire varies by instructor and by the different forms of dance. At registration, please request a copy of the dance attire requirements for your class. Dancers must be the minimum required age by August 1 of the session year. Pre-registration is required at the Park Office. Instructors will assist in class placement; please contact the Parks Office for details. Classes meet at our downtown studio at 216 South Main Street. Since class size is limited and your child will be taking a place in class upon registration, refunds will not be issued after class capacity is met or registration closes, whichever occurs first.
This is a class for children who are age 3 by August 1, as well as younger 4-year-olds. Class will focus on creative dance movement, including learning to follow rhythm, mirroring technique and improvisation.
A class for students ages 4 and 5. It will cover dance warmups, stretching and beginning technique for Jazz, Ballet and Modern. This class is great for children who are aspiring gymnasts, budding ballerinas or for those who simply love to move with music.
Students ages 5–7 will learn age-adjusted ballet and modern dance technique. Your child will learn proper body alignment and develop flexibility, coordination and grace. Your child will also experience applying their own movement thoughts to the art of improvisation. Classes will facilitate the joy of dance and appreciation for beauty, as well as build well-balanced, healthy respect and discipline. The difficulty level will increase with Beginning Modern II and Intermediate Modern.
This class will contain the same elements as Modern/Ballet. Students will learn the vocabulary of modern and ballet with sensitivity to dancers’ needs. Class will evolve according to the progression of the class. Please speak with instructor regarding enrollment.
Participants gain a sense of team spirit, improved self-esteem and readiness for high school cheer squad tryouts. In our program, we teach cheerleading and pompom techniques, jumps, stunts, cheers, chants, dance steps and voice projection. Coaches choreograph a competition routine, which all students learn and practice throughout the session in preparation for our Cheer Competition. Champion Force is a non-profit youth outreach program. Champion Force is open to boys and girls ages 4–18. Class meets at Schrock Pavilion in Shanklin Park. Please contact Champion Force at 855-754-9325 for registration information and complete session dates.
This stimulating art study course is taught utilizing various art materials, as well as incorporating the study of nature. The class instructor will capture campers’ interest, guiding both their aspirations and inspirations!
Ages 6–10: July 16–20, 10–11:30 am
Register: Now through July 13
Location: Rieth Interpretive Center
During these “digs” the junior paleontologists will experience the wonder of excavating fossils, piecing them together and learning about the mysteries of our living past. Program registration includes skeleton, hammer, chisel and fact sheet. Each dig has different subjects, so enjoy the programs with all new materials and learn the similarities and differences between the featured creatures each session. Program meets on Saturdays, 9 am–12 noon, at Rieth Interpretive Center, 410 West Plymouth Avenue. For ages 6+. Cost is $15.00 per program.
June 30: Mystery Dinosaur!
July 7: Velociraptor vs. Tyrannosaurus Rex
July 21: Dino Flintstone: Brontosaurus or Apatosaurus?
Arrrr! Who wants to become a pirate? Come for a fun week of pirate adventures! Experience the world of pirates through stories, games and take-home crafts. Pirates will get a (temporary) tattoo, learn to read a treasure map, assemble an eyepatch and swashbuckling (foam) sword, walk the plank and more. All materials provided; kids just need to bring their curiosity! Class meets at Rieth Interpretive Center, 410 West Plymouth Avenue.
Dates: July 16–20
Times: “Barnacles” (ages 3–4): 9:30–10:30 am | “Buccaneers” (ages 5–6): 10:45–11:45 am
Would you like to be a princess? Well m’lady, join this class and be transformed! Enjoy learning about princesses by listening to stories, playing games and making princess crafts. Decorate your own crown, make a sparkly necklace, dance and swirl in your tutu (all materials provided)! Practice tea party etiquette and
walking with poise. Class meets at Rieth Interpretive Center, 410 West Plymouth Avenue.
Dates: July 23–27
Times: “Petite Princesses” (ages 3–4): 9:30–10:30 am | “Royal Princesses” (ages 5–6): 10:45–11:45 am