Information for all youth activities will be passed out in the Sioux Center schools. Questions, please contact Dave Ruter at 712-722-4386 ext. 3 or Doug Mosher at 712-722-4386 ext. 7.
School Year Recreation Activities
Punt, Pass & Run Contest
Contest held at the football field in mid-September for 7-12 year old boys and girls. Participants compete in three different events. Ribbons are awarded to all participants and medals to the top three finishers in each age division. Punt, Pass & Run (PDF) Form. Please return to the ASC by September 12. Punt, Pass & Run will be held Thursday, September 15th at 7:00pm.
The Riptide Wrestling gives youth in the community the opportunity to participate in an organized and competitive sport. More info
Soccer - Boys & Girls
This six week program begins mid April-late May. Kindergarten through 6th grade boys and girls are encouraged to register. Skills are taught and games are played twice a week. Spring Soccer Schedules are available - Kindergarten Schedule - 1st/2nd Schedule - 3rd/4th Schedule - 5th/6th Schedule
Swim Lessons for Children age 2-6 years
Offered for 2-6 year olds at the All Seasons Center. Please call the All Seasons Center (712) 722-4386 for more information and to register your child. Register Online
Titans Youth Football (Tackle)
The Sioux Center Titans Youth Football is for all Sioux Center students in 3rd through 6th grade. This program provides kids with an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of tackle football, including football skills, plays, and teamwork. The teams are formed according to grade level; 3rd / 4th graders play together and 5th / 6th graders play together. The Titans are a part of a small league, so they play teams from other towns including Akron, Orange City, West Sioux, and LeMars Gehlen. Any questions about this program can be directed to Dan Bruhn at 712-722-1737 or on Facebook.
The Sioux Center Recreation Department will be running a flag football instructional league this fall in partnership with Titan Football, Represented by Eric Vande Hoef, and Dordt University Football, Coach Joel Penner. Players will be taught fundamental skills as well as playing in games. Dordt University players will be coaching the teams. This is for students entering 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th grade this coming year. Registration forms will be handed out in May.
Volleyball 5th & 6th Grade Girls
Clinic and league are held at the First Reformed Church gym on Wednesdays after school mid September through October. This is a six week program designed to teach fundamental volleyball skills and play in league games.
Volleyball Registration Form (PDF) please return to the ASC by September 6th. The season will kick off on September 13th.
This five-week program is for boys and girls just completing Kindergarten. Games will be played between 5:15 pm and 8:15 pm on Monday and Wednesday evenings at Tower Fields beginning June 1 through July 1 . Schedules will be handed out in the schools. Cost is $15.00 which includes a t-shirt. Volunteer parent coaches are needed for this program. Your help would be appreciated. K-Ball schedule
1st & 2nd Grade Boys Baseball
This five week program is for boys who have completed 1st or 2nd grade. Games will be played on Monday and Wednesday evenings between 5:15 pm and 7:45 pm at Tower Fields beginning June 1 through July 1. Cost is $15.00 and includes a t-shirt. Schedules will be handed out in the schools. Volunteer parent coaches are needed for this program. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
1st and 2nd baseball schedule (PDF)
1st & 2nd Grade Girls Softball
This five week program is for girls who have completed 1st or 2nd grade. Games will be played on Monday and Wednesday evenings between 5:15 pm and 9:00 pm at Tower Fields beginning June 1 through July 1. Cost is $15 and includes a t-shirt. Schedules will be handed out in the schools. Volunteer parent coaches are needed for this program. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
1st and 2nd softball schedule (PDF)
3rd & 4th Grade Boys Baseball
This six week program is for boys who have completed 3rd or 4th grade. Games will be played on Tuesday and Thursday evenings between 5:15 pm and 9:00 pm at Tower Fields beginning May 28 through July 2. Cost is $15.00 and includes a t-shirt. Schedules will be handed out in the schools. Volunteer parent coaches are needed for this program. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
3rd and 4th baseball schedule (PDF)
3rd & 4th Grade Boys Softball
This six week program is for girls who have completed 3rd or 4th grade. Games will be played on Tuesday and Thursday evenings between 5:15 pm and 7:15 pm at Tower Fields beginning May 28 through July 2. Cost is $15.00 and includes a t-shirt. Schedules will be handed out in the schools. Volunteer parent coaches are needed for this program. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
3rd and 4th softball schedule (PDF)
5th & 6th Grade Boys Baseball
The Sioux Center Recreation Department will not be offering this program. Please contact the following to participate in area boys’ baseball programs:
5th & 6th Grade Girls Softball
The Sioux Center Recreation Department will not be offering this program. Please contact the following to participate in area girls’ softball programs:
Jr. Wolfpack, email Michael DeJong
Archery & Air Rifle
Introduction to archery class for 5th-12th grade boys and girls at Sandy Hollow. Equipment is generously provided by Sioux County Conservation Board. Cost is $25.00 which includes a t-shirt.
Cheerleading camp for children who have completed Kindergarten-6th grade held at the All Seasons Center. Cost is $10.00 which includes a t-shirt.
Introduction to fishing for boys and girls 1st-8th grade on one night from 6:30-8:30 pm on July 15. 1st-4th grade participants must be accompanied by an adult. Each class is limited to 12 participants. Bring your own pole or we can provide one. Cost is $5.00.
Contact Matthew Nice at The Ridge golf course 712-722-4866 or visit their website.
Kick a Pickle, Water Wiffle Ball
Kick a Pickle, Water Wiffle is for boys and girls in grades 4th-6th. Each week, participants will play a different activity: kickball, pickleball, water volleyball or wiffleball. This program will meet on Thursdays, July 16 - August 6th from 10:30am - 12:00pm. For more information contact Jill Miller at 722-4386 ext. 6. Registration is online. (Includes t-shirt)
Let’s GO 5-2-1-0
Let’s Go 5-2-1-0 is a free summer activity tracking program open to K-5th grade. Track your daily healthy habits and be eligible for prizes. Eat healthy, watch less, and play more. Sponsored by the Coalition for a Healthy Sioux Center. Check out "Let’s Go Sioux County" on Facebook.
Lifeguard for a Day
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a lifeguard? Well, now is your chance! Sign up for an afternoon to shadow a lifeguard and learn the ins and outs of the job! The day will include touring the facility, real lifeguarding experience and lifeguard comradery.
Live Healthy Iowa Kids Track Meet (formerly Hershey’s Track Meet)
A one day event held in early May for boys and girls ages 7-14 (as of Dec. 31 of the current year). This event is free and is held at the Open Space Park Track. Each child is eligible to participate in 3 events plus the 4x100 relay.
Mini Sports Camp
A program for 4 and 5 year olds to be introduced to sports. Participants will learn the basics of basketball, T-ball, soccer & Frisbee. Cost is $10 and includes a t-shirt.
Discovering nature around you for Kindergarten through 1st grade held on Tuesday, June 23 from 1:00-3:00 pm. Discovering Sandy Hollow for 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades to be held Wednesday, June 24 from 1:00-3:00 pm. Program led by Sunday Ford, Sioux County Conservation Assistant Director/Naturalist. Cost is $10.00 which includes a t-shirt.
This week long program is for 3rd - 8th grade boys and girls. Classes will meet from 9:30-10:30 am. Class will meet at the All Seasons Center July 6-10. Rackets will be provided. Class size limited to 16. Cost: $10.
Summer Swim Lessons
Red Cross swimming lessons will be held for children who have at minimum completed Kindergarten. All sessions are held at the All Seasons Center. Watch the Sioux Center News for lesson schedules. If a child misses more than two classes they will be disqualified from passing that level.
This two week summer program is for 3rd-8th grade boys and girls, beginner and intermediate classes at the Open Space tennis courts. Participants must supply their own rackets. Tennis balls will be provided. Instructor is Lavonne Bolkema (712) 722-2843. Class size is limited to eight in each group. Register by calling Dave Ruter (712) 722-4386 ext. 3 or register online. Beginner & Intermediate classes will be held June 8-12 & 15-19 at 8:30 & 9:30 am.
Give It a TRY- athlon is a one day event for children 5-13 years of age. Event is held on a Saturday August 1 at 9:30 am. 5-7 year olds will swim 25 yards (life jackets will be allowed for this age bracket), bike 500 meters and run 100 meters. 8-10 year olds will swim 50 yards, bike 1.25 miles and run 1 lap around the track. 11-13 year olds will swim 100 yards, bike 2.5 miles and run 2 laps around the track. Participants must provide their own bike, helmet and running shoes. Parent volunteers are encouraged for this program. Cost is $10.00 which includes a t-shirt, snack and water.
Financial Assistance Available for Recreation & Arts Programs
Recreation & Arts Card
Long term financial assistance for Sioux Center Recreation and Arts programs is available through the Mid-Sioux Office. Stop by or contact the Mid-Sioux Offices 1070 7th Avenue NE, Sioux Center (712) 722-3157 for more information or to see if you qualify. More information
Tarjetas rec arte:
La asistencia financiera a largo plazo para los Sioux Center Recreación y programas de arteestá disponible a través de la Oficina del Medio Sioux. Pase por o en contacto con las oficinas del Medio Sioux 1070 7th Avenue NE, Sioux Center (712) 722-3157. para más información o para ver si usted califica. más información (PDF)
All Kids Can
This is a ministry that is working to make all activities accessible to all children. All Kids Can provides financial support, equipment, transportation, etc. to students/families that need assistance. More information on the website: All Kids Can
All Kids Can
Es un ministerio que está trabajando para que todas las actividades sean accesibles a todos losniños. Ofrecemos apoyo financiero, material, transporte, etc. a los estudiantes/las familias que necesitan ayuda. Más información en el sitio web siguiente: All Kids Can website
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Americans with Disabilities Act
The City of Sioux Center complies with the American with Disabilities Act. If you need special accommodations for program participation, please call Dave at 722-4386 ext. 3.