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FREE GARDENING CLASSES
The City of Kuna is partnering with University of Idaho Master Gardeners to offer two classes. Space is limited so please pre-register.

Pruning Trees and Shrub
Wednesday March 28, 2018 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Please pre-register by March 23, 2018


Setting Up a Vegetable Garden
Wednesday April 11, 2018 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Please pre-register by April 4, 2018

Pre-registrations and questions please contact Jake in the Parks Department 208-639-5348, or email at











2018 KUNA PARK RANGER PROGRAM

The City of Kuna Parks Department announces the 5th annual Park Ranger Program for the kids in our community. The program will run from June 11th to August 4th. The kids will meet at 9:00 AM at the Bernie Fisher Park Band Shell and activities will be finished by 12:00 PM (unless otherwise specified). Field trips are incorporated in the program and permission forms will be sent home with the kids to be filled out and returned for each trip. If the form is not returned, the kids will not be allowed to go on the field trip. No exceptions. The program has been sectioned out by age group. The days and opportunities are set out as follows:


3rd - 5th Grades: There are 35 spots available. Children will meet in the park two times a week; Mondays and Wednesdays. They will participate in outdoor activities geared towards respecting the environment and community. The activities will range from learning about farms and gardening to historical and wildlife observation. They will learn the ins and outs of the park system from cleanup to caring for the trees.


6th - 8th Grades: There are 35 spots available. Children will meet in the park two times a week; Tuesdays and Thursdays*. They will participate in outdoor activities geared towards respecting the environment and community. The activities will range from learning about farms and gardening to historical and wildlife observation. They will learn the ins and outs of the park system from cleanup to caring for the trees.

* Weeks where a field trip or presentation is planned, we may have a combined trip to where this group will join the other on Wednesday and not meet on Thursday that week.

9th - 12th Grades: There are several volunteer opportunities available to our teen community members. These opportunities will include activities along the same lines as the younger kids, but with stronger purpose and leadership. They will have the ability to choose projects for the groups and guide them to completion. This is a great chance for older teens to earn volunteer recognition for college applications and job resumes.

Please fill out the form at the link below (one form per child) and submit it by April 20, 2018. You can either send it to Jake Lorentz at or drop it off at Kuna City Hall.


Click Here to Register for the Ranger Program




Here are some helpful links for other activities.




Kuna Youth Softball Association - Baseball and Softball

Indian Creek BMX - BMX racing
Facebook

Indian Creek Local - BMX jumping (Facebook)

Kuna Police Activities League - Flag Football, Soccer, Martial Arts

Optimist Football

Kuna Wrestling Club