Programs & Activities

Upcoming Events

Pickleball:

Ratings and Skills Clinics brought to you by North Star Pickleball Association

Ratings clinics:

TBD

Skills Clinic:

TBD

Ghoulish Games

Gruesome Twosome Pickleball Tournament, Boo's and Bags Tournament, and Bigfoot's Kickball Tournament.

Ghoulish Games

Gruesome Twosome Pickleball Tournament
 Who: Any combination of teams of 2
 What:  Rated Pickleball tournament
                  Pools as follows:
                  3.0
                  3.5
                  4.0 
 When: Saturday, October 8, 2022 
                Start time is 9:00am
 Where: Sunny Acres Park and George Enloe Park
 Cost: $30/team
 Metals awarded for 1,2,3 in all brackets and for best costume!
Click here to register for the Pickleball Tournament!
 
Boos and Bags Tournament
 Who: Any combination of teams of 2
 When: Saturday, October 8, 2022 
Start time is 9:00am
 Where: George Enloe Park 
 Cost: $30/team
 Prizes awarded for 1,2,3 in brackets & best costumes!
Click here to register for the Boos and Bags Tournament!

Bigfoot’s Kickball Tournament
 Who: Players 16+
 When: Saturday, October 8, 2022 9am start time.
 Where: George Enloe Park
 Cost: $120/team
Prizes awarded to 1st place winners and team with the best costume. All teams receive 10 shirts for players, additional shirts can be added on for $10. 
Click here to register for Bigfoot's Kickball Tournament.

Rules: We will use MPLS SSL Kickball rules for game play. 

Shoes are required for all players, no metal or ceramic cleats allowed. 
Maximum number of players on the field is ten. The minimum number of players on the field is eight. The maximum number of males on the field is six. The minimum number of females on the field is four

Pool Play: 6 innings or 45 minutes, whichever comes first, in pool play and into the bracket.

Bracket Play: 9 innings or 60 minutes in the semi-finals and finals in tournament play; single elimination.

All registration fees will support our John Ward Skate Park Fundraiser! For more information call 763-576-2980.

Random drawings throughout the day!  

All registration fees  come with a shirt for each player (if more than 10 people for Kickball, there will be an option to pay for more shirts) and to support our John Ward Skate Park Fundraiser! For more information call 763-576-2980.

Click here to register for either tournament starting September 7 through October 3 or until registration is full.

Upcoming Events

Safe Sitter Babysitters Training:

Safe Sitter prepares students grades 6-8 to be safe when they’re home alone, watching siblings, or babysitting. Students learn safety, child care skills, diapering, behavior management, online and personal safety. First aid and rescue skills including injury management, choking rescue, infant/child CPR. Activities, role playing and hands on activities with manikins create a fun learning environment while practicing skills. Course content follows guidelines of American Academy of Pediatrics and American Heart Association. *Participants will NOT become certified in CPR with this course.*

Youth participating will receive a Safe Sitter manual and will build a take home first aid kid.

Current Class Dates: 
Tuesday, February 22, 2022
Friday, March 11, 2022

Students will need to bring a lunch with them for during the class. 

Course will take place at Anoka City Hall, 2015 1st Ave, Anoka, MN 55303. Youth will need to bring a lunch with them for during the class. 

Course Fee: $55.00

To register click here!

Classes are limited to a certain number of participants. Please register early. If a wait list is created, there is potential to open more spots, or another class near the date.

Safe Sitter Info Sheet Page 2

Later Dates will be Offered


Visit our CivicRec portal here to register online, or call our Public Services Department to register, 763-576-2980. Email Nickie Jenks at njenks@ci.anoka.mn.us with any questions.

Partnerships

The City of Anoka’s youth and adult athletic programs are offered through the coordination, direction, and partnerships with: Anoka Hennepin Community Education & ARAA.

Thank you to the countless numbers of volunteers that help make youth athletics a positive experience for kids. League organizers, coaches, referees/officials, and parents all deserve thanks for their commitment to Anoka’s youth!

Thank you to the Anoka-Hennepin Community Education staff for their commitment and dedication to providing fun and competitive adult athletic leagues!