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Get your “Pool Pass” for local pools! – 2017


If you know you are going to be spending a lot of time at our local pools this summer (and let’s face it, we’re in Yuma, people), a monthly or season pass is a great deal. Passes are for...
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Fairy Party


  Yuma Parks and Recreation presents: A Fairy Party! Celebrate fairies and attend the best fairy party ever! Yuma Quartermaster Depot turns into Fairyville. All fairies receive their own...
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Family Fish Fiesta – A “reel” good time!


The Arizona Game and Fish Department teams up with the City of Yuma Parks and Rec team to bring you a fun family day… fishing at West Wetlands Park! The Family Fish Fiesta is a fun fishing...
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Silver Spur Rodeo Parade


The Silver Spur Rodeo Parade will take place on February 14 beginning at 9:30 a.m. The parade route begins at 15th Street & 4th Avenue, to Orange Avenue, to Giss Parkway.  Call 344-5451 for an...
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Take a Hike!


The kids are off school for the next several weeks. Here are a few adventures to try! Hey! Go take a hike! Joshua Tree National Park Painted Desert Trail Telegraph Pass East Wetlands Trails...
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“Jesus is Born” Live Nativity Production


  Champion Church is proud to bring a live Nativity production to Yuma. This live Nativity production is full of pageantry and Christmas splendor, as the greatest story ever told comes to life...
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Oasis Pool @ MCAS Yuma


Lap Swim: Monday – Friday:  6:00am – 7:00am; 11:00am – 1:00pm Open Swim:  Tuesday – Friday:  3:00pm – 6:00pm Weekends & Holidays:  12:00pm – 6:00pm...
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Fast Food Play Areas


A YumaMom’s gotta do what a YumaMom’s gotta do. And sometimes, it involves chicken nuggets. The kids have energy to burn and hey, they gotta eat! Yuma has a bunch of fast food eateries...
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Twinkle Toes (dance for ages 3-5)


Is your baby three? She or he can sign up for TWINKLE TOES! This is a great little Parks and Rec class that is perfect if you are not sure you are ready to commit to the whole dance-studio thing....
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Dynamite Dancers (ages 6-8)


If you have a child who loves to dance (and what kid doesn’t?), this class is for you. Dynamite Dancers is a Parks and Recreation program for kids ages 6-8 who want to develop abilities in dance,...
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