May 27, 2015

Annual Senior Fish Dinner June 20

Call now to reserve your plate!

Public meeting on pool renovation May 27

Chehalem Park and Recreation District will hold a public meeting in conjunction with architect SEA (Scott Edwards Architecture) in order to review preliminary concepts and discuss the aquatic and fitness center renovation, at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 27, at Chehalem Cultural Center. The Design Team will report on what they heard at the stakeholder and community meetings and will have site planning options to review.  Anyone interested in the renovation is encouraged to attend.

May 14, 2015

Summer sports registration time

CPRD Sport Camps, Tennis and Football Registration for June

Registration is open for Chehalem Park and Recreation District first summer session of Pee Wee Sport Camp, CPRD Youth Soccer Camp, and the new Oregon Rugby Youth Camp. Registration is also open for CPRD Youth and Adult Tennis June classes.

June 15 - 18 This is the 34th year of Pee Wee Sports Camp, for boys and girls ages 5 to 9. This camp introduces youngsters to a wide variety of sports and games in a nonthreatening and fun atmosphere. Camp is held from 10:00 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Jaquith Park. All participants receive a camp shirt.

June 17 - 18 The first ever CPRD Rugby Camp, sponsored by Oregon Rugby, will run from 9 a.m. to  12 p.m. at Chehalem Valley Middle School. For grades 2 - 8, this noncontact camp provides a respectful and supportive learning environment with fun and door prizes. Instructors are National USA Rugby Team Member Troy Hall, and Oregon Rugby Developmental Officer Stew Magorian.

June 22-25 CPRD Youth Soccer Camp begins, under the direction of Jon Halstead. This camp will feature lots of ball contact, small-sided games, and age appropriate skill development for boys and girls in grades K - 8. Camp will run from 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. at Newberg High School JV Soccer Field. All three of these CPRD June Sport Camps are accompanied by a $50.00 in District fee per camper.

Tennis lessons are offered under the direction of Dave Brown. June 15 and 17 dates are set for Youth and Adult Session I at Jaquith Park. Youth lessons for beginners ages 7 - 17 take the courts from 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., followed by the adult class for intermediate and experienced players ages 12 and older from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Participants are asked to bring a can of new balls. Sessions II and III CPRD Tennis Lessons will follow up with July and August dates. The cost for adult and youth lessons who live within the district is $33 per player.

Newberg Youth Football is registering players for the 2015 Tualatin Valley Youth Football season. Students in grades 3 - 8 for the 2015 school year are encouraged to register soon, as the deadline for registering for this tackle program is June 15. Equipment will be issued the week of July 27. Practice begins early August with games in September and October. Players must sign a player contract and have successfully completed a physical with a physician to be eligible. Fee is $275 per player with a $50 discount for each additional member of the same family.

New this fall is Newberg Youth Football’s Flag Football program for players going into grades K - 2.  Players will be introduced to basic football skills and drills followed by games at surrounding schools on Saturdays in September and October. Each player will receive a uniform shirt and will be issued a flag belt. Fee is $49.00 per player. Program begins mid-August.

To register for any of these activities and for more information, visit or contact the CPRD Aquatic Center at 503-537-2909 or go online at

May 12, 2015

So many summer camps!

If you are looking for 2016 summer camps and you have reached this page, you are on an old page. Please visit our new website with current summer camp information. 

2015 CPRD Summer Camps
Rec & Community School Camps
  • Horsemanship Camp
  • What’s on the Farm Camp
  • Farm Animal Camp
  • Big Foot Survivor Camp
  • Zombie Survivor Camp
  • Princess Ballet and Crafts Camp
  • Tweedle Bugs Gymnastics Camp
  • Mini & Little Ninja Warrior Camp
  • Dog Obedience Camp
  • Pirates and Princesses Drama Camp
  • Creative Movement and Ballet Camp
  • Contemporary Ballet Camp
  • Math Gamers “Active” Camp
  • Introduction to Computer Coding
  • Lego Robotics Camp
  • Safety Town Camp
  • Hip Hop and Light Sabers Camp
  • Creative Writing Camp
Performing on stage Friday, July 24
  • Jazz Jam Camp
  • Middle School Dance Team Camp
  • Contemporary Ballet Camp
  • Creative Movement and Ballet Camp
  • Zumba Kids – Trip around the World Camp
Sports camps
  • Soccer Camp 
  • Tennis Camp
  • Ruby Camp
  • T-Ball Camp
  • Jr. Tiger Football Camp
Sample a variety of sports in one camp.

Chehalem Glenn Golf Course is offering 

Junior Golf Camps 
and Starting New at Golf (SNAG) classes

Camp C.A.R.E.
Provides a variety of field trips for childcare adventures.

Register online at, by phone at 503.537.2909, or in person at Chehalem Aquatic & Fitness Center.

May 6, 2015

Committees forming on pool renovation

CPRD taking applications for pool renovation bond oversight committee

CPRD is taking applications for the Chehalem Aquatic Center Ballot Measure Citizens’ Advisory Committee. This bond oversight committee will monitor the activities and expenditures of CPRD as the renovation is completed, reviewing procedures and safeguards in order to ensure consistency with the requirements of Ballot Measure 36-170, which was passed on Nov. 14, 2014.

The Board will appoint three persons to this committee, one of whom will be a Certified Public Accountant, and another a member of the Oregon State Bar Association (preference will be given to a retired member of the Oregon Judiciary).

Applications can be downloaded at or picked up at the administration office at 125 S. Elliott Road, or at registration desk, located inside the aquatic center at 1802 Haworth Ave.. Both are in Newberg.

The application deadline is 5 p.m. Friday, June 19th. The Board will appoint the committee members at its regular June 25th meeting.

CPRD appointing Pool Public Advisory Committee (PPAC)

CPRD Board of Directors will appoint a PPAC in order to involve interested public in the renovation of Chehalem Aquatic Center. This committee will work with CPRD staff and the project architect. Its roles and scope of work will be discussed at the June 25th regular Board meeting.

The Board will appoint six members of Chehalem Pool Committee, two people to represent swimming and water polo, two people to represent the fitness center (which is not related to aquatics), one person to present the senior community which also uses the property, and CPRD staff to include the parks and facilities supervisor and recreation staff.