Owatonna Parks and Recreation Opens Fall Youth Sports Registration
Get ready to flip your calendar to fall. Owatonna Parks and Recreation has opened youth fall sports registration for football, volleyball and swimming lessons.
Youth football for fifth- and sixth-graders is called the Junior Huskies. Third- and fourth-graders are the Mighty Huskies. Games are held weekday evenings. The cost is $42. Registration also will be Wednesday, August 10, during the youth football camp hosted by the high school program.
First- and second-grade football focuses on football skills and plays mini games. No football equipment is needed. The registration fee is $26.
Youth volleyball is for third- through sixth-graders and is an introductory program to the sport. It starts with a clinic on August 31 at the high school gym. The fee is $35. A coaches meeting will be held the same night.
Fees go up after August 10.
Owatonna Park and Rec is also organizing a youth pickleball program. The six-session class will allow youth to learn the up and coming sport. Pickleball is played on a court slightly smaller than tennis. Players use a paddle and whiffle ball.
Swimming lesson signup is also open. There are a variety of levels and schedules available.
Owatonna High School fall sports signup has also begun.