City of Chickasaw, Alabama

Recreation Calendar

Chickasaw Recreation Department

June 2024 Printable Calendar 

June 2024

The following activities and classes are offered for the enjoyment of Chickasaw residents and their families. We are offering a wide range of activities for all ages, which we hope will meet the recreational needs of the community.
Fees: Class fees are kept to a minimum. Refunds may or may not be returned.
Registration: You may register for any activity at Charles E. McConnell Civic Center. To register by telephone please call and leave message 251-251-452-6462. Register early to ensure your place.
Pool # 251-284-9874

Chickasaw Kickball Friday NightsMarket June 8
Christian Community Outing
6pm Miller Park
A family affair. Friday Nights. Through June.

Karate Class for all Ages
Discipline, friendship, respect, pride honor, loyalty, unity, tradition and
self-defense is taught on Tuesday and Thursday.
$3.00 per-lesson. First lesson Free.
530pm-7pm Civic Center
Women’s Defense Class on Mondays. Call 251-452-6467

Wet n Wild Summer Afternoon
Come cool off as city and community provides giant water hose,
snow cones, water slides and water balloons.
A fun Time. Children ages 4 – 15.
Tuesday, June 18th from 4-6 pm at Miller Park.

Summer Youth Basketball
Plans for ages 7th – 11th grade BB.
Register by calling 251-452-6462 and leave a message.
Register by first week of June to begin summer league.

Front Porch Ministry
A night of fellowship! Bring the kids and enjoy speakers, Bible study, and refreshments.
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Summer Schedule 3rd Fridays
Chickasaw Housing Community

Chickasaw Pool 2024Chickasaw Pool

Opening Day: May 25, 2023
Pool Hours: Monday-Saturday
12:00-6pm (open swim)
(Sunday open for private parties)
Use of Pool for residents and non-residents.

Private Parties: (2 hours)
$200.00 under 40 swimmers
(8-under swimmers must have an adult Always accompany).
$275.00 over 40 swimmers.

Season Passes:
$100.00 Individuals
$150.00 Family of 2
$200.00 Family of 3-4, $25 for each
Family member over 4.
Each card issued must include a $5 charge to cover cost of producing card(s).

For patrons that prefer to pay per visit:
$10.00 daily admission rate.
$5.00 with proof of Chickasaw
Residency. ID card $5.00
Children two years and younger free.

Use of Baby Pool no charge during open hours. 12-6pm
Call to book a Baby Pool Party. (Small Charge) 251-452-6467

Summertime Activities
Call to register 251-452-6462

Swimming Lessons $30
11-11:45am Mon-Thurs Ages 6-15
Class designed for beginners.
Session 1 June 10-20
Session 2 June 24-July 3
Session 3 July 8-18

Aqua Babies $20
Water adjustment class for ages 6 months to 2 years old.
Great introduction to water.
Time/Date TBA $20

Tot-Swim $20
Designed to build confidence and develop skills while learning to enjoy the water. Ages 3-5
June 24-July 3 1030-11am
July 8-18 530-6pm

Adult Swim Lessons $30
Never too late to learn to swim.
Ages 16-99 5:30pm June 24- July 3

Family Night/Small Parties Fridays 6-8pm.
Call 251-452-6467 for party.

Swim Team interest!
Call 251-452-6467

Senior Adult Activities

Senior Lunch Outing
Friday June 7th Dick Russell’s Bar B Q
Call to reserve a spot. 251-452-6464 Depart Civic Center 1030am.

Bingo at Sage Health
Thursday June 13th Depart Civic Center 1230pm
Call for reservations 251-452-6464.

Senior Adult Bake Sale
Wednesday June 5th 12-2pm Civic Center/Pool
Giving Back to Chickasaw Pool Fundraiser.

Early Bird Breakfast
Each first Monday (except holidays)
730am, Civic Center, Homemade Breakfast with Friends. $5

Meals on Wheels
Home cooked meals for Seniors. (M-W-F)
Cost $5. Call to sign up 251-452-6462

Come join the laughter, snacks and games.
Wednesdays at 12noon
Civic Center. Transportation if need. Call 251-452-6464

Fitness with Brandi. Designed just for you.
830am Monday and Wednesday/Civic Center

Transportation Services
Call 251-452-6464 for grocery store and doctor appointments.



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