Orange Senior Games:
Orange County’s 2013 Senior Games and affiliated Silver Arts Events for ages 55 and up will take place from March 23 through May 15. Final registration ends March 8. Registration forms are available at the Orange County senior centers and recreation facilities throughout Orange County and the Towns of Chapel Hill and Carrboro. For more information or to receive a mailed registration form mailed, please call Dana Hughes, Senior Games Coordinator, at 919-918-7372 or Corina Riley, Senior Games Registrar at 919-245-4251. Audubon Bird Walk:
The local Audubon Society will hosts a Bird Walk that sets out at 7:30 a.m. March 23 from the Mardi Gras Bowling Alley parking lot. The walk will last two to three hours as the group looks for winter birds. Walkers are advised to wear sturdy shoes and to bring water and snacks. Anyone planning to attend should check in advance with Tom Driscoll at firstname.lastname@example.org
. For more information on the walk and other Audubon activities, check www.newhopeaudubon.org
. Tiger Golf:
The annual Tiger Open Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday, May 4 at the Occoneechee Golf Club in Hillsborough. Proceeds from this Captain’s Choice event benefit the CHHS athletic programs. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m., followed by a lunch and then open practice on the driving range. The shotgun start for the four-player teams is at 1 p.m. Post-tournament events include refreshments during a raffle drawing and awards ceremony. Tickets are $100 per person. Registration forms are available on the Athletic Booster Club website (http:// www2.chccs.k12.nc.us/tigeropen). For more information, contact John Duffy at 919-969-8554 or 919- 698-5702 or email@example.com
. Adult Kickball:
The World Adult Kickball Association hosts weekly game at 6:45 and 7:45 p.m. Thursday nights at Homestead Park. For more information, email mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Hurricane Jr. Golf: The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour stops April 27-28 at N.C. State’s Lonnie Poole Course in Raleigh; and Sept. 21-22 at Fox Den Country Club in Charlotte. For more information about the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour, visit www.HJGT.org
, or call the HJGT headquarters at (904)-379-2697 or email email@example.com
. Guardians 5K:
The Chapel Hill Police Department will host the inaugural Guardians of the Hill 5K on May 4, beginning at 9 a.m. in Southern Community Park in Southern Village. Proceeds from the untimed event will benefit Special Olympics of North Carolina. Early bird registration for the event is $20 per individual and $30 per family. Early bird registration ends on March 31, 2013. Registrations fees on or after April 1 are $25 per individual or $30 per family registration. Registration fees include one free t-shirt for each individual registration or family registration (only 1 shirt per family). Additional shirt can be ordered for $5 each when you register for the event. Anyone wishing to participate in the Guardians of the Hill 5K should visit www.chpd.us
and click the Guardians of the Hill link or visit www.sportoften.com
and search for Guardians of the Hill. The Edge Basketball:
The Edge Basketball Camp offers two camps this summer. The Edge Basketball Camp runs July 15-19. The Edge, “Nothing But Net”, a 3 day shooting camp runs July 22-24. Both camps run daily from 9:00-3:45 at Smith Middle School. Camp is offered for boys & girls rising 3rd through 9th grade. Please visit www.theedgebasketballcamp.com
to obtain an application, or for more information contact camp director Paul Kieckbusch at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 919-452-0444 Community Bowling League:
The St. Paul AME Community Bowling League comprises members from Durham, Chapel Hill, Carrboro and Burlington and meets at 5 p.m. every Sunday at the Durham AMF Bowling Lanes, located at 4508 Durham-Chapel Hill Boulevard. Play begins in March and will last 16 weeks. For more information, contact Carlotta Armstrong-Young at email@example.com
(919) 929-9948 or Tommy Young at (919) 929-9948 firstname.lastname@example.org
. Dixie Rock
: The oldest, consecutively held indoor climbing competition in the United States, the 24th annual Dixie Rock will be held on April 19-20 at the Chapel Hill Community Center, located at 120 S. Estes Drive. Registration is open through April 20. Climbers who register by March 21 get a free Dixie Rock T-shirt, swag bag, and entry for a special prize drawing. The registration fee is $35 for Orange County residents and $42 for non-residents. All climbers must fill out a registration and waiver forms to participate. Registration is available at the Chapel Hill Community Center, Aquatics Center, Parks and Recreation Department or online via Chapel Hill’s program registration website: townofchapelhill.org
. For more information, visit http://www.townofchapelhill.org/dixierock
or contact Daniel Graubman at 919-627-1654 or email@example.com
or Bernard Leach at 919-968-2734 or firstname.lastname@example.org
• Adult Recreational Softball for teams of players ages 18 and older. Registration costs $600 per team, with an additional $5 fee for each non-Orange County resident. A $200 deposit is required at registration.
• Pee Wee Baseball for boys and girls ages 5-6. Teams meet on Saturday mornings, April 13-June 8. Registration costs $50 for local residents, $60 for others. Space is limited.
Little League Baseball and Softball. Boys and girls ages 7-12 will play on assigned teams from late March through early June. It costs $60 for local residents, $72 for others. Like Pee Wee Baseball, registration stays open until all the teams are filled, but Space is limited.
USTA Team Tennis features a tennis league for ages 6-10, using the QuickStart format. Events are held Tuesdays and Sundays in April and May. Registration is $26 and . Registration is online at www.docta.org
• Volunteer coaches: CHP&R is looking for youth baseball and softball coaches, for teams in age groups 7-12.
• Baseball Camp, July 15-19, is for youth ages 9-12. The fee is $90. Sessions run 8-11 a.m.
• Basketball Camp I, July 15-19, is for youth ages 6-8. The fee is $90. Sessions run 8:30-11:30 a.m.
• Basketball Camp II, July 22-26, is for ages 9-11. The fee is $90. Sessions run 8:30-11:30 a.m.
• Field Hockey Camp, June 24-28, is for youth ages 10-13. The fee for each camp is $90. Sessions run 8-11 a.m.
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