Community Calendar: Wednesday, Nov. 27

November 27, 2013 

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL

Nampa U-10 Red Hots girls softball: Tryouts for the 2014 season, 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday at the Nampa High aux gym. Player cannot be age 11 as of Jan. 1. Prefer girls who will be attending Nampa High. Email Jim at redhotsfastpitch@q.com or jbeebe@nsd131.org.

Pac-West Baseball: Go to pacwestbaseball.com or call 866-3436.• Pitchers Only Prospect Camp for freshman to seniors, Dec. 13-15 at Homecourt YMCA, Meridian. Cost is $350.• Pitchers Only Futures Camp for grades 5-8, Dec. 13-14 at Homecourt YMCA, Meridian. Cost is $200.

Holiday baseball camp: Dec. 21-22 at The Sandlot. Cost is $80. Call Eric at 371-0145.[0x0b]

Christmas softball hitting clinic: For girls ages 7-12 and 13-18, Dec. 21. Call Julie at 989-8979

Christmas hitting camp: Dec. 26-27. Call Jeff at 941-3968

BASKETBALL

Thanksgiving Shootout: For boys and girls grades 3-8, Friday and Saturday at Homecourt YMCA, Meridian. Teams are guaranteed four games. Cost is $240. Go to hoopdreamsbasketball.com.

Caldwell Recreation: Call Brent at 455-3060.• Christmas Classic, Monday. Each team is guaranteed three games.• Men's league starts the week of Jan. 7. Each team will play nine games and a double-elimination tournament. Cost is $420 per team; no players fees. Registration deadline is Dec. 20.• Boys and girls 5th and 6th Select League featuring teams from all over the valley. Cost is $450 per team.

Parent/Daughter camp: For grades K-4, 1 to 4 p.m. Dec. 14 at Boise High. Cost is $50. Contact Kim at kim.brydges@boiseschools.org or 854-4270.

Bryan Dunn Memorial tournament: Jan. 3-4. For more information, go to bryandunnmemorial.org.

Nampa Recreation Department's adult men's league: Play begins the week of Jan. 6. Each team will play eight games, followed by a double-elimination tournament. Games will be played Monday-Thursday evenings at West, South, East Valley or Lone Star middle [0x0b]

schools in Nampa. Early registration has passed. Late registration fee is $405, due by Dec. 3. Player fees are $10 for residents and $15 for non-residents. A mandatory team captains meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Dec. 9 at the Nampa Senior Center. Call 468-5858 or go to namparecreation.org.

HOCKEY

Try hockey for free: For boys and girls ages 5-13, Dec. 14 at Idaho IceWorld. Gear fitting will be from 12:45 to 1:15 p.m.; on-ice session from 1:15 to 2:15 p.m. Equipment provided. New players only. Registration is free but required. Call 608-7716 or go to idahoiceworld.com.

LACROSSE

SAY Lacrosse: Competitive youth league for experienced U-13 and U-15 players (grades 4-8). Registration open for spring season; early bird discount available. Go to SAYLacrosse.com.

RUNNING/WALKING

Turkey Day 5k: 9 a.m. Thursday at Capitol Boulevard and Main Street, Downtown Boise. Cost is $30-$40, $12-$15 children 17 and younger, depending on date of registration. Go to turkeyday-5k.com/page/show/552843-boise.

Christmas Light Run: 6 p.m. Dec. 18 at Shu's Idaho Running Company. The run will be followed by hot drinks and gifts. RSVP to leone@idahorunningcompany.com.

VOLLEYBALL

Nampa Recreation Department's adult winter coed league: Play begins the week of Jan. 6. Each team will play eight matches, followed by a double-elimination tournament. Matches will be played on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday evenings at the Nampa Rec Center. Early registration has passed. Late registration fee is $175, due by Dec. 3. Player fees are $10 for Rec Center pass holders and $15 for non-pass holders. Call 468-5858 or go to namparecreation.org.

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