Check out ALL of our open programs here! All registrations open at least SIX weeks before the program starts.
Tennis is Elementary (February 20 to March 14)
We are excited to announce a new introductory Tennis Program, Tennis is Elementary! This program provides young players the chance to learn basic fundamentals, teamwork, and sportsmanship from qualified tennis instructors.
Using smaller rackets, nets, and court sizes, Tennis is Elementary gives kids the opportunity to learn and start to play right away. This popular nationwide program teaches life skills, tennis and teamwork in a fun environment that allows your students to stay active while learning the fastest growing lifetime sport in the country.
Participants in the after-school camp get 8 focused 1-hour lessons that meet once a week after school in the Elrod school gym. All equipment needed to run the camp is provided, and the coach to player ratio is kept close to 6:1. Each session focuses on a specific shot taught in the QuickStart method. The sessions are broken down into an intro activity, fitness component, lesson focus, and games. The camp uses stations to ensure that kids are moving the whole time and are not standing in line.
Ages: Kindergarten-2nd Grade & 3rd-5th Grade
Day: Tuesdays & Thursdays
Dates: February 20 - March 14 (8 lessons)
Little Dribblers Basketball (March to April)
Little Dribblers is a non-competitive introduction to basketball for boys and girls. Basic dribbling, passing, and shooting skills will be practiced. Games are played for fun and instructional purposes only. There are no other practices scheduled. Every team's time slot will have two parts, a 30-minute instruction/practice period and a 30-minute scrimmage period.
Ages: (4-5 yrs.), (Kindergarten), (1st - 2nd grade), (3rd - 4th grade)
Dates: March 9 - April 13
Time: Games start at 8am we will email out a schedule for your team.
Learn to Skate
Our program is designed for beginners of all ages, which focuses on fun, participation, and basic skating skills development. Lessons are taught in a group format. The lessons are designed to teach the fundamentals of skating so individuals can continue in recreational skating or youth hockey. Participants must provide their own helmet.
- Session 1: December 5-14
- Session 2: January 2-11
- Session 3: January 16-25
- Session 4: January 30- February 8
- Session 5: February 13-22
Day: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4 lessons
Times: Lessons at 3:50–4:15pm or 4:20-4:45pm
Cost: $62 per session (includes skate rental)
Info: 758-7848 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Children who have never had lessons before or who need help marching across the ice.
Children who are beginning to push, glide and beginning to wiggle backward.
Flathead Cheerleading Camp (February 17)
Come learn how to cheer for your favorite sports team with the Kalispell City Parks and Recreation and the Flathead High School Cheerleaders. (A portion of the proceeds go to the cheerleading squad). FHS cheers, chants, jumps, and stunts will be taught. Participants will learn a routine that they will perform along FHS Cheerleaders at half time during a FHS varsity basketball game. Spaces are limited and pre-registration is highly encouraged. Participants will receive a Flathead Cheer Camp t-shirt.
Ages: 4 and older
Dates: February 17
Kalispell Kickers Soccer (January to March)
Kalispell Kickers Soccer is an indoor, non-competitive, introduction to soccer for boys and girls. Games are once a week and played for fun and instructional purposes only. There are no other practices scheduled. Each game day will have two parts, an instruction/practice period and a scrimmage period.
Spring Soccer (April to May)
Spring Soccer is a non-competitive skill builder program for boys and girls. Games are once a week and played for fun and instructional purposes only. Each game day will have two parts, an instruction/practice period and a scrimmage period. All games will be played outside. Ages 3years-4th grade
Mini & Peewee Sport Camps (June to July)
Pee Wee Sports Camp This fun, skill-based camp is designed with the beginning athlete in mind. The primary focus is to learn the basics and develop skills while working on hand/eye coordination & balance. We will also focus on the concepts of sportsmanship, teamwork, and respecting others. This camp will target the fundamentals of soccer, basketball, baseball, and floor hockey. Ages 5-8
Mini Sports Camp This camp provides a perfect first step into sports. The essentials of each sport are taught in a safe, structured atmosphere with lots of encouragement & a focus on fun. This camp will introduce the fundamentals of a variety of skills including throwing, catching, kicking, hitting, bouncing, & running. Ages 3-4
Summer Cheerleading Camp (June)
Come learn how to cheer for your favorite sport and team. New cheers, chants, jumps and stunts will be taught. Fundamentals of cheerleading taught. The last day will be a performance day for family.
3v3 Basketball League (July-August)
3v3 Youth Basketball is an outdoor, half-court league. This is a fun, fast-paced, competitive basketball league, which will play over a 6-week period. Teams are limited to 4-6 team members and a coach. 3v3 is open to boys and girls grades 3rd through high school.
Skyhawks Sport Camps (June-August)
Skyhawks Sports Academy provides sports programs where children discover and develop athletic skills and social values, such as teamwork, respect and sportsmanship. We offer children a positive sports experience while promoting a healthy, active lifestyle.
UK Soccer Camp (July)
Runnin’ Rascals Football (September)
Fall Into Soccer (September to October)
Little Dribblers Basketball (October to November)
Glacier Cheerleading Camp (January)
Come learn how to cheer for your favorite sports team with the Kalispell City Parks and Recreation and the Glacier High School Cheerleaders. (A portion of the proceeds go to the cheerleading squad). GHS cheers, chants, jumps, and stunts will be taught. Participants will learn a routine that they will perform along GHS Cheerleaders at half time during a GHS varsity basketball game. Spaces are limited and pre-registration is highly encouraged. Participants will receive a Glacier Cheer Camp t-shirt.