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Tuesday November 29, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Senior Fitness
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Play Pickleball! - Play Pickleball: Tuesdays
We are excited to welcome back Pickleball into the Community Building for the Fall & Winter seasons! Tuesdays and Thursdays (Fridays in December): All Levels Play 9:00am-11:00am Pickleball at Bourne Rec is for players of all abilities. Players will need experience to play, and be familiar with the rules of the game. Instruction is not offered. The gym is lined for 4 courts in total, 1 designated as a beginner court, 1 designated as a challenge court, and the remaining 2 for all levels. Important Information:Participants will be responsible for setting up and breaking down the equipment.Attendance will be taken.Paddles are not provided, but we have some if you would like to borrow one.Full refunds will be issued for documented medical withdrawals only.Exclusion Dates: Tuesday, November 1st (Early Voting)Thursday, November 3rd (Early Voting)Tuesday, November 8th (Town Election)Thursday, November 24th (Thanksgiving)Tuesday, December 13th (Homeless for the Holidays)Tuesday, December 27th (School Vacation)Thursday, December 29th (School Vacation)Friday, December 23rdFriday, December 30th
 
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Canalside Artists
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Town Planner
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Human Resources
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Yoga and Weights
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Walkie Talkies: Winter Walk Series - Walkie Talkie
Winter is coming! Don't lose all of your progress achieved this summer. Come over to the community building gym, bring a friend, and walk for as little or as long as you would like. Participants of all fitness levels are welcome.Dates: Tuesdays and Fridays, November 15th-December 30th Time: 12:00pm-2:00pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymFree to Bourne Residents and a guestExclusion Dates: November 18th & 25thDecember 13th & 23rd  
 
2:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Bourne Rec Programs
 
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM    High School Shootaround - High School Shootaround
High School Shootaround is a program of the Recreation Department for high school students to use the gym to play pick up basketball or simply work on their skill set. Dates: Tuesdays, September 13-November 29th (No Shootaround 10/25, 11/1 or 11/8 due to voting) Thursdays, November 10 & 17th (2:30pm-4:30pm)Time: 2:30pm-3:30pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymEligibility: Grades 9-12All participants must be registered and check in with Rec Staff prior to participating. This program will be capped at 20 participants.Shootaround is for Bourne residents onlyPlease bring your own basketball.This program may be cancelled due to schedule conflicts. If that should happen, an email will go out to the registered participants. All participants must adhere to Community Building Policies and Procedures.No team practices or coaching allowed during high school shootaround.ID's required
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Futsal with Challenger Sports! - Futsal with Challenger Sports
Challenger Sports professional coaches are excited to bring Futsal sessions this winter to Bourne Rec. Futsal is an exciting, fast-paced small-sided soccer game in which thousands of touches will be had by each player each session with individual focuses on turns & moves.  Each player will receive an hour per week of professional coaching, participation t-shirt as well as a Challenger Sports soccer ball.Dates: Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20th4:00pm-5:00pm: Ages 6-95:00pm-5:45pm: Ages 3-5Cost: $96.00 Res $106.00 Non-ResLocation: Bourne Community Building GymRegistration Deadline: Tuesday, November 8thDue to popular demand, we have added additional dates starting in January!Dates: Tuesdays, January 10th-February 14th4:00pm-5:00pm: Ages 3-55:00pm-5:45pm: Ages 6-9Cost: $96.00 Res $106.00 Non-ResLocation: Bourne Community Building GymRegistration Deadline: Tuesday, January 3rd
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Adult COED Kickball - Free Agent Registration
Let's relive those recess glory days with your friends, family, or co workers in this fun social setting. Kickball is fun sport for players of all skill levels and abilities! Players must be 21 years or older at the start of the program. Participants will receive a team t-shirt with registration! There are two registration options: Free Agent and Team Registration    Free Agents are solo participants looking to be placed on a team.     Team Registration participants who are registering in groups of 5-12 players. All players register individually        and list your team name during the registration process. Dates: Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20thGame Times: 6:00pm or 7:00pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymCost: $24.00Eligibility: Ages 21+A team is made up of up to 12 players, with a minimum of 2 females. To avoid a forfeit, teams must have a minimum of 5 players and 2 must be females.GAME FORMAT:1) Games are 7 innings long or a maximum of 45 minutes. If there is less than 10 minutes left before the start of an inning, it will be designated as the final inning of the game.2) There are maximum of 7 players or a minimum of 5 players(2 Females) on the field and a batting order must be set at the start of the game.THE "FIELD":1) There are only three bases in the game. Home, First, and Second. Home plate is aligned directly under the basketball hoop.  2) The pitching area is 8 paces from home plate.3) The distance to 1st and 2nd, which are located on the corners, will be 12 paces from home plate.4) The ceiling is out of bounds     A) A batter's kick that hits the ceiling results in a strike     B) A fielder's throw/kick that hits the ceiling, will result in runners advancing one base5) The only foul area on the court is to the left of 2nd base, all other walls are considered in play.6) Any ball that gets stuck during the play, the play will stop and all runners stay on their current base, or if advancing, they get the next base.FIELDING POSITIONS:1) Teams will have a catcher, pitcher, 2 infielders, and 3 outfielders.2) No player is allowed inside the 8 paces to pitching area and the catcher must stay behind home plate. If a player is between home plate and pitching area, then the pitch will be called a ball.PITCHING:1) The strike zone spans one foot on each side of home plate.2) The ball must be rolled and not bounced.3) Pitching speed will be a slow to medium pace. Players can come to agreement during game on what is acceptable.4) 2 balls is a walk, and 2 strikes is an out.BATTING/KICKING:1) The kicker must kick the ball before crossing home plate, making contact in front of the plate results in a strike.2) A ball that hits to the left of second base is a foul, a ball hitting the ceiling is a strike. All other kicked balls are considered in play.3) No bunting4) Any ball that gets stuck on a kick will result in a re-kick.OUTS:1) Strikeout(2 strikes)2) Caught fly ball A) A ball caught off the back wall is NOT an out, side wall is an out. Side wall, then back wall is an out3) Tag out4) Runner hit with a thrown/kicked ball below the neck A) A runner hit in the head is awarded the next base5) If play stops and there are three runners on the base, the last runner to arrive at base is out NOTE: There are no force outs at any base, a runner must be contacted by the ball.BASE RUNNING:1) There are no baselines for running.2) Two runners are allowed to occupy a base. If two players are on a base at the same time, they can leave the base in any order.3) The two players can also form a chain on the base, by touching feet, to gain a lead. A players that breaks the chain or leaves the base before the ball is kicked will be out. Leading and stealing are not allowed.4) A runner may tag up on caught fly balls, but they must get all the way to a base or back to a base to be safe. A player must physically touch a base to be safe. The foot chain is for leading only!5) If a base runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by a fielder, play stops. The team receives one run for the catch, and all base runners advance on base or to the base that they were advancing.7) If play stops and there are more than 2 players on a base, the last player to arrive at the base is out. SCORING:1) A runner crosses home plate2) A runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by fielder scores one run and all runners advance one base3) A kicker that hits the backboard of far basketball hoop scores a homerun, but all other runners only advance one base.4) A kicker that hits the small square of far basketball backboard scores a home run and all runners score.5) A kicker that get the ball in the far basket will score automatic 5 runs, plus all base runners5) A runner is awarded 2nd base and there are already 2 runners on the base, the runner that was there first scores.Safety Measures:Fielders must try to stay out of the way of advancing runners unless they have the ball or are making a play on the ball. The runners always have the right of way. Any interference and the runner is awarded the base they were advancing towards.The goal of this program is to have fun. These games will be competitive, all while maintaining good sportsmanship. Behavior deemed unacceptable by staff may result in suspension and/or ejection from a game or the program.
 
6:00 PM - 8:45 PM    Adult COED Kickball - Team Registration
Let's relive those recess glory days with your friends, family, or co workers in this fun social setting. Kickball is fun sport for players of all skill levels and abilities! Players must be 21 years or older at the start of the program. Participants will receive a team t-shirt with registration! There are two registration options: Free Agent and Team Registration    Free Agents are solo participants looking to be placed on a team.     Team Registration participants who are registering in groups of 5-12 players. All players register individually        and list your team name during the registration process. Dates: Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20thGame Times: 6:00pm or 7:00pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymCost: $24.00Eligibility: Ages 21+A team is made up of up to 12 players, with a minimum of 2 females. To avoid a forfeit, teams must have a minimum of 5 players and 2 must be females.GAME FORMAT:1) Games are 7 innings long or a maximum of 45 minutes. If there is less than 10 minutes left before the start of an inning, it will be designated as the final inning of the game.2) There are maximum of 7 players or a minimum of 5 players(2 Females) on the field and a batting order must be set at the start of the game.THE "FIELD":1) There are only three bases in the game. Home, First, and Second. Home plate is aligned directly under the basketball hoop.  2) The pitching area is 8 paces from home plate.3) The distance to 1st and 2nd, which are located on the corners, will be 12 paces from home plate.4) The ceiling is out of bounds     A) A batter's kick that hits the ceiling results in a strike     B) A fielder's throw/kick that hits the ceiling, will result in runners advancing one base5) The only foul area on the court is to the left of 2nd base, all other walls are considered in play.6) Any ball that gets stuck during the play, the play will stop and all runners stay on their current base, or if advancing, they get the next base.FIELDING POSITIONS:1) Teams will have a catcher, pitcher, 2 infielders, and 3 outfielders.2) No player is allowed inside the 8 paces to pitching area and the catcher must stay behind home plate. If a player is between home plate and pitching area, then the pitch will be called a ball.PITCHING:1) The strike zone spans one foot on each side of home plate.2) The ball must be rolled and not bounced.3) Pitching speed will be a slow to medium pace. Players can come to agreement during game on what is acceptable.4) 2 balls is a walk, and 2 strikes is an out.BATTING/KICKING:1) The kicker must kick the ball before crossing home plate, making contact in front of the plate results in a strike.2) A ball that hits to the left of second base is a foul, a ball hitting the ceiling is a strike. All other kicked balls are considered in play.3) No bunting4) Any ball that gets stuck on a kick will result in a re-kick.OUTS:1) Strikeout(2 strikes)2) Caught fly ball A) A ball caught off the back wall is NOT an out, side wall is an out. Side wall, then back wall is an out3) Tag out4) Runner hit with a thrown/kicked ball below the neck A) A runner hit in the head is awarded the next base5) If play stops and there are three runners on the base, the last runner to arrive at base is out NOTE: There are no force outs at any base, a runner must be contacted by the ball.BASE RUNNING:1) There are no baselines for running.2) Two runners are allowed to occupy a base. If two players are on a base at the same time, they can leave the base in any order.3) The two players can also form a chain on the base, by touching feet, to gain a lead. A players that breaks the chain or leaves the base before the ball is kicked will be out. Leading and stealing are not allowed.4) A runner may tag up on caught fly balls, but they must get all the way to a base or back to a base to be safe. A player must physically touch a base to be safe. The foot chain is for leading only!5) If a base runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by a fielder, play stops. The team receives one run for the catch, and all base runners advance on base or to the base that they were advancing.7) If play stops and there are more than 2 players on a base, the last player to arrive at the base is out. SCORING:1) A runner crosses home plate2) A runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by fielder scores one run and all runners advance one base3) A kicker that hits the backboard of far basketball hoop scores a homerun, but all other runners only advance one base.4) A kicker that hits the small square of far basketball backboard scores a home run and all runners score.5) A kicker that get the ball in the far basket will score automatic 5 runs, plus all base runners5) A runner is awarded 2nd base and there are already 2 runners on the base, the runner that was there first scores.Safety Measures:Fielders must try to stay out of the way of advancing runners unless they have the ball or are making a play on the ball. The runners always have the right of way. Any interference and the runner is awarded the base they were advancing towards.The goal of this program is to have fun. These games will be competitive, all while maintaining good sportsmanship. Behavior deemed unacceptable by staff may result in suspension and/or ejection from a game or the program.
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Select Board/Sewer Commissioners
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Chemical Creations with Minds in Motion - Chemical Creations
Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20thTime: 6:15pm-7:15pmCost: $120.00 per childAges: 6-11Location: Bourne Community BuildingRegistration Deadline: Monday, November 7thCome experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments! Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach. Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and make some scary green slime! Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun. You will also get to witness some amazing scientific demonstrations from your instructor. Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is! Experience a really powerful magnet, magic sand, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational program!
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Veterans United Community of Upper Cape Cod
 
Wednesday November 30, 2022
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Coffee Talk
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Knitters Group
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Walk and Talk
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Lunch Break Basketball - Lunch Break Basketball
Days: Mondays & WednesdaysTime: 12:00pm-2:00pmEligibility: Ages 30+Location: Bourne Community Building GymFree to Bourne ResidentsNo Program on Wednesday, November 23rdParticipants should bring their own basketball. This unstructured time is set aside for residents to come play basketball and enjoy some fun, active play. This is a great opportunity to shoot hoops individually, or bring a few friends and form pick up teams. Registration is required.
 
12:15 PM - 3:15 PM    SHINE
 
2:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Bourne Rec Programs
 
2:30 PM - 4:15 PM    High School Shootaround - High School Shootaround
High School Shootaround is a program of the Recreation Department for high school students to use the gym to play pick up basketball or simply work on their skill set. Dates: Tuesdays, September 13-November 29th (No Shootaround 10/25, 11/1 or 11/8 due to voting) Thursdays, November 10 & 17th (2:30pm-4:30pm)Time: 2:30pm-3:30pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymEligibility: Grades 9-12All participants must be registered and check in with Rec Staff prior to participating. This program will be capped at 20 participants.Shootaround is for Bourne residents onlyPlease bring your own basketball.This program may be cancelled due to schedule conflicts. If that should happen, an email will go out to the registered participants. All participants must adhere to Community Building Policies and Procedures.No team practices or coaching allowed during high school shootaround.ID's required
 
2:30 PM - 4:15 PM    Shootaround - Shootaround
 Shootaround is a program of the Recreation Department for residents to use the gym to play pick up basketball or simply work on their skill set.  Please click "View Times" listed below for dates & timesLocation: Bourne Community Building GymEligibility: Bourne ResidentsAll participants must be registered and check in with Rec Staff prior to participating. This program will be capped at 20 participants.Please bring your own basketball.This program may be cancelled due to schedule conflicts. If that should happen, an email will go out to the registered participants. All participants must adhere to Community Building Policies and Procedures.No team practices or coaching allowed during high school shootaround.ID's required
 
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Big Brothers/Big Sisters
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Evening Pickleball - Evening Pickleball
Pickleball at Bourne Rec is for players of all abilities. Players will need experience to play, and be familiar with the rules of the game. During this session, instruction is not offered. The gym is lined for 4 courts in total, 1 designated as a beginner court, 1 designated as a challenge court, and the remaining 2 for all levels. Dates: Wednesdays, November 9th, 16th, and 30thTime: 4:30pm-6:30pmCost: $12.00 Res $16.00 Non-ResLocation: Bourne Community Building GymEligibility: Ages 21+Registration Deadline: Wednesday, November 2ndImportant Information:Participants will be responsible for setting up and breaking down the equipment.Attendance will be taken.Paddles are not provided, but we have some if you would like to borrow one.Full refunds will be issued for documented medical withdrawals only.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Girl Scout Troop Meeting
 
Thursday December 1, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Senior Fitness
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Play Pickleball! - Play Pickleball: Thursdays
We are excited to welcome back Pickleball into the Community Building for the Fall & Winter seasons! Tuesdays and Thursdays (Fridays in December): All Levels Play 9:00am-11:00am Pickleball at Bourne Rec is for players of all abilities. Players will need experience to play, and be familiar with the rules of the game. Instruction is not offered. The gym is lined for 4 courts in total, 1 designated as a beginner court, 1 designated as a challenge court, and the remaining 2 for all levels. Important Information:Participants will be responsible for setting up and breaking down the equipment.Attendance will be taken.Paddles are not provided, but we have some if you would like to borrow one.Full refunds will be issued for documented medical withdrawals only.Exclusion Dates: Tuesday, November 1st (Early Voting)Thursday, November 3rd (Early Voting)Tuesday, November 8th (Town Election)Thursday, November 24th (Thanksgiving)Tuesday, December 13th (Homeless for the Holidays)Tuesday, December 27th (School Vacation)Thursday, December 29th (School Vacation)Friday, December 23rdFriday, December 30th
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    DF Chair Exercise
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    REAL ID Presentation
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Yoga and Weights
 
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Connection Cafe
 
2:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Bourne Rec Programs
 
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Big Brothers/Big Sisters
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Sturgis East Basketball
 
Friday December 2, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Yoga / Yoga & Weights
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Play Pickleball! - Play Pickleball: Fridays
We are excited to welcome back Pickleball into the Community Building for the Fall & Winter seasons! Tuesdays and Thursdays (Fridays in December): All Levels Play 9:00am-11:00am Pickleball at Bourne Rec is for players of all abilities. Players will need experience to play, and be familiar with the rules of the game. Instruction is not offered. The gym is lined for 4 courts in total, 1 designated as a beginner court, 1 designated as a challenge court, and the remaining 2 for all levels. Important Information:Participants will be responsible for setting up and breaking down the equipment.Attendance will be taken.Paddles are not provided, but we have some if you would like to borrow one.Full refunds will be issued for documented medical withdrawals only.Exclusion Dates: Tuesday, November 1st (Early Voting)Thursday, November 3rd (Early Voting)Tuesday, November 8th (Town Election)Thursday, November 24th (Thanksgiving)Tuesday, December 13th (Homeless for the Holidays)Tuesday, December 27th (School Vacation)Thursday, December 29th (School Vacation)Friday, December 23rdFriday, December 30th
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Crafters
 
10:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Hearing Clinic
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Walkie Talkies: Winter Walk Series - Walkie Talkie
Winter is coming! Don't lose all of your progress achieved this summer. Come over to the community building gym, bring a friend, and walk for as little or as long as you would like. Participants of all fitness levels are welcome.Dates: Tuesdays and Fridays, November 15th-December 30th Time: 12:00pm-2:00pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymFree to Bourne Residents and a guestExclusion Dates: November 18th & 25thDecember 13th & 23rd  
 
2:30 PM - 4:15 PM    Shootaround - Shootaround
 Shootaround is a program of the Recreation Department for residents to use the gym to play pick up basketball or simply work on their skill set.  Please click "View Times" listed below for dates & timesLocation: Bourne Community Building GymEligibility: Bourne ResidentsAll participants must be registered and check in with Rec Staff prior to participating. This program will be capped at 20 participants.Please bring your own basketball.This program may be cancelled due to schedule conflicts. If that should happen, an email will go out to the registered participants. All participants must adhere to Community Building Policies and Procedures.No team practices or coaching allowed during high school shootaround.ID's required
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Balance and Conditioning
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Sturgis East Basketball
 
Saturday December 3, 2022
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Instructional Basketball with Coach Abbie - Instructional Basketball with Coach Abbie
Instructional with Coach Abbie is for participants in grades k-2. This 6 week session is designed to teach young athletes the fundamentals of basketball, and develop the basic skills needed to succeed in a non-competitive and fun environment. During this progressive session, participants will learn the skills necessary to succeed while transitioning into 3 v 3 game play in the last few weeks of the program. Each session will cap at 15 participants to ensure more 1/1 attention.Abbie is a former 4 season NCAA Division III athlete. After graduating, Abbie accepted the assistant women's basketball coaching position where she spent 3 seasons. Most recently, Abbie has joined the womens basketball coaching staff at Nichols College. At Bourne Rec, Abbie instructs the Hoop Group program where she teaches young children the building blocks of basketball.Dates: Saturdays, November 12-December 17thTime: 8:30am-9:30am or 9:40am-10:40am (More time slots will be added to meet the demand)Cost: $60.00 Res/$90.00 Non-ResEligibility: Grades K-2Location: Bourne Community Building Gym
 
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM    Bourne Rec
 
9:40 AM - 10:40 AM    Instructional Basketball with Coach Abbie - Instructional Basketball with Coach Abbie
Instructional with Coach Abbie is for participants in grades k-2. This 6 week session is designed to teach young athletes the fundamentals of basketball, and develop the basic skills needed to succeed in a non-competitive and fun environment. During this progressive session, participants will learn the skills necessary to succeed while transitioning into 3 v 3 game play in the last few weeks of the program. Each session will cap at 15 participants to ensure more 1/1 attention.Abbie is a former 4 season NCAA Division III athlete. After graduating, Abbie accepted the assistant women's basketball coaching position where she spent 3 seasons. Most recently, Abbie has joined the womens basketball coaching staff at Nichols College. At Bourne Rec, Abbie instructs the Hoop Group program where she teaches young children the building blocks of basketball.Dates: Saturdays, November 12-December 17thTime: 8:30am-9:30am or 9:40am-10:40am (More time slots will be added to meet the demand)Cost: $60.00 Res/$90.00 Non-ResEligibility: Grades K-2Location: Bourne Community Building Gym
 
Monday December 5, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Yoga / Yoga & Weights
 
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Quilters Group
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball Shootaround
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Chair Yoga & Sound Meditation
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Grandparents Group
 
12:15 PM - 3:15 PM    SHINE
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Book Club
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Balance and Conditioning
 
4:15 PM - 5:15 PM    Canvas Kids: Painting with Miss Kath - Canvas Kids: Painting
During this 6 week program we will explore sketching and painting different animals. Children will sketch the animals on a 11x14 canvas and then they will paint their creation. Participants will learn sketching techniques as well as painting. We will be working with non toxic acrylic paints.Mondays, November 7th-December 12thTime: 4:15-5:15pmCost: $140.00Location: Bourne Community Building Rm 1Eligiblity: Ages 6-12Registration Deadline: Tuesday, November 1stNEW DATES ADDED:  Mondays, January 23rd-February 13thTime: 4:15-5:15pmCost: $90.00Location: Bourne Community Building Rm 1Ages 6-12Registration Deadline: Monday, January 23rdPlease make sure participants wear clothes that they don't mind getting messy! 
 
Tuesday December 6, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Senior Fitness
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Play Pickleball! - Play Pickleball: Tuesdays
We are excited to welcome back Pickleball into the Community Building for the Fall & Winter seasons! Tuesdays and Thursdays (Fridays in December): All Levels Play 9:00am-11:00am Pickleball at Bourne Rec is for players of all abilities. Players will need experience to play, and be familiar with the rules of the game. Instruction is not offered. The gym is lined for 4 courts in total, 1 designated as a beginner court, 1 designated as a challenge court, and the remaining 2 for all levels. Important Information:Participants will be responsible for setting up and breaking down the equipment.Attendance will be taken.Paddles are not provided, but we have some if you would like to borrow one.Full refunds will be issued for documented medical withdrawals only.Exclusion Dates: Tuesday, November 1st (Early Voting)Thursday, November 3rd (Early Voting)Tuesday, November 8th (Town Election)Thursday, November 24th (Thanksgiving)Tuesday, December 13th (Homeless for the Holidays)Tuesday, December 27th (School Vacation)Thursday, December 29th (School Vacation)Friday, December 23rdFriday, December 30th
 
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Canalside Artists
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Domestic Abuse Counseling
 
10:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Rug Hookers
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Yoga and Weights
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Walkie Talkies: Winter Walk Series - Walkie Talkie
Winter is coming! Don't lose all of your progress achieved this summer. Come over to the community building gym, bring a friend, and walk for as little or as long as you would like. Participants of all fitness levels are welcome.Dates: Tuesdays and Fridays, November 15th-December 30th Time: 12:00pm-2:00pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymFree to Bourne Residents and a guestExclusion Dates: November 18th & 25thDecember 13th & 23rd  
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Financial Planning
 
2:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Bourne Rec Programs
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Futsal with Challenger Sports! - Futsal with Challenger Sports
Challenger Sports professional coaches are excited to bring Futsal sessions this winter to Bourne Rec. Futsal is an exciting, fast-paced small-sided soccer game in which thousands of touches will be had by each player each session with individual focuses on turns & moves.  Each player will receive an hour per week of professional coaching, participation t-shirt as well as a Challenger Sports soccer ball.Dates: Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20th4:00pm-5:00pm: Ages 6-95:00pm-5:45pm: Ages 3-5Cost: $96.00 Res $106.00 Non-ResLocation: Bourne Community Building GymRegistration Deadline: Tuesday, November 8thDue to popular demand, we have added additional dates starting in January!Dates: Tuesdays, January 10th-February 14th4:00pm-5:00pm: Ages 3-55:00pm-5:45pm: Ages 6-9Cost: $96.00 Res $106.00 Non-ResLocation: Bourne Community Building GymRegistration Deadline: Tuesday, January 3rd
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Adult COED Kickball - Free Agent Registration
Let's relive those recess glory days with your friends, family, or co workers in this fun social setting. Kickball is fun sport for players of all skill levels and abilities! Players must be 21 years or older at the start of the program. Participants will receive a team t-shirt with registration! There are two registration options: Free Agent and Team Registration    Free Agents are solo participants looking to be placed on a team.     Team Registration participants who are registering in groups of 5-12 players. All players register individually        and list your team name during the registration process. Dates: Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20thGame Times: 6:00pm or 7:00pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymCost: $24.00Eligibility: Ages 21+A team is made up of up to 12 players, with a minimum of 2 females. To avoid a forfeit, teams must have a minimum of 5 players and 2 must be females.GAME FORMAT:1) Games are 7 innings long or a maximum of 45 minutes. If there is less than 10 minutes left before the start of an inning, it will be designated as the final inning of the game.2) There are maximum of 7 players or a minimum of 5 players(2 Females) on the field and a batting order must be set at the start of the game.THE "FIELD":1) There are only three bases in the game. Home, First, and Second. Home plate is aligned directly under the basketball hoop.  2) The pitching area is 8 paces from home plate.3) The distance to 1st and 2nd, which are located on the corners, will be 12 paces from home plate.4) The ceiling is out of bounds     A) A batter's kick that hits the ceiling results in a strike     B) A fielder's throw/kick that hits the ceiling, will result in runners advancing one base5) The only foul area on the court is to the left of 2nd base, all other walls are considered in play.6) Any ball that gets stuck during the play, the play will stop and all runners stay on their current base, or if advancing, they get the next base.FIELDING POSITIONS:1) Teams will have a catcher, pitcher, 2 infielders, and 3 outfielders.2) No player is allowed inside the 8 paces to pitching area and the catcher must stay behind home plate. If a player is between home plate and pitching area, then the pitch will be called a ball.PITCHING:1) The strike zone spans one foot on each side of home plate.2) The ball must be rolled and not bounced.3) Pitching speed will be a slow to medium pace. Players can come to agreement during game on what is acceptable.4) 2 balls is a walk, and 2 strikes is an out.BATTING/KICKING:1) The kicker must kick the ball before crossing home plate, making contact in front of the plate results in a strike.2) A ball that hits to the left of second base is a foul, a ball hitting the ceiling is a strike. All other kicked balls are considered in play.3) No bunting4) Any ball that gets stuck on a kick will result in a re-kick.OUTS:1) Strikeout(2 strikes)2) Caught fly ball A) A ball caught off the back wall is NOT an out, side wall is an out. Side wall, then back wall is an out3) Tag out4) Runner hit with a thrown/kicked ball below the neck A) A runner hit in the head is awarded the next base5) If play stops and there are three runners on the base, the last runner to arrive at base is out NOTE: There are no force outs at any base, a runner must be contacted by the ball.BASE RUNNING:1) There are no baselines for running.2) Two runners are allowed to occupy a base. If two players are on a base at the same time, they can leave the base in any order.3) The two players can also form a chain on the base, by touching feet, to gain a lead. A players that breaks the chain or leaves the base before the ball is kicked will be out. Leading and stealing are not allowed.4) A runner may tag up on caught fly balls, but they must get all the way to a base or back to a base to be safe. A player must physically touch a base to be safe. The foot chain is for leading only!5) If a base runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by a fielder, play stops. The team receives one run for the catch, and all base runners advance on base or to the base that they were advancing.7) If play stops and there are more than 2 players on a base, the last player to arrive at the base is out. SCORING:1) A runner crosses home plate2) A runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by fielder scores one run and all runners advance one base3) A kicker that hits the backboard of far basketball hoop scores a homerun, but all other runners only advance one base.4) A kicker that hits the small square of far basketball backboard scores a home run and all runners score.5) A kicker that get the ball in the far basket will score automatic 5 runs, plus all base runners5) A runner is awarded 2nd base and there are already 2 runners on the base, the runner that was there first scores.Safety Measures:Fielders must try to stay out of the way of advancing runners unless they have the ball or are making a play on the ball. The runners always have the right of way. Any interference and the runner is awarded the base they were advancing towards.The goal of this program is to have fun. These games will be competitive, all while maintaining good sportsmanship. Behavior deemed unacceptable by staff may result in suspension and/or ejection from a game or the program.
 
6:00 PM - 8:45 PM    Adult COED Kickball - Team Registration
Let's relive those recess glory days with your friends, family, or co workers in this fun social setting. Kickball is fun sport for players of all skill levels and abilities! Players must be 21 years or older at the start of the program. Participants will receive a team t-shirt with registration! There are two registration options: Free Agent and Team Registration    Free Agents are solo participants looking to be placed on a team.     Team Registration participants who are registering in groups of 5-12 players. All players register individually        and list your team name during the registration process. Dates: Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20thGame Times: 6:00pm or 7:00pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymCost: $24.00Eligibility: Ages 21+A team is made up of up to 12 players, with a minimum of 2 females. To avoid a forfeit, teams must have a minimum of 5 players and 2 must be females.GAME FORMAT:1) Games are 7 innings long or a maximum of 45 minutes. If there is less than 10 minutes left before the start of an inning, it will be designated as the final inning of the game.2) There are maximum of 7 players or a minimum of 5 players(2 Females) on the field and a batting order must be set at the start of the game.THE "FIELD":1) There are only three bases in the game. Home, First, and Second. Home plate is aligned directly under the basketball hoop.  2) The pitching area is 8 paces from home plate.3) The distance to 1st and 2nd, which are located on the corners, will be 12 paces from home plate.4) The ceiling is out of bounds     A) A batter's kick that hits the ceiling results in a strike     B) A fielder's throw/kick that hits the ceiling, will result in runners advancing one base5) The only foul area on the court is to the left of 2nd base, all other walls are considered in play.6) Any ball that gets stuck during the play, the play will stop and all runners stay on their current base, or if advancing, they get the next base.FIELDING POSITIONS:1) Teams will have a catcher, pitcher, 2 infielders, and 3 outfielders.2) No player is allowed inside the 8 paces to pitching area and the catcher must stay behind home plate. If a player is between home plate and pitching area, then the pitch will be called a ball.PITCHING:1) The strike zone spans one foot on each side of home plate.2) The ball must be rolled and not bounced.3) Pitching speed will be a slow to medium pace. Players can come to agreement during game on what is acceptable.4) 2 balls is a walk, and 2 strikes is an out.BATTING/KICKING:1) The kicker must kick the ball before crossing home plate, making contact in front of the plate results in a strike.2) A ball that hits to the left of second base is a foul, a ball hitting the ceiling is a strike. All other kicked balls are considered in play.3) No bunting4) Any ball that gets stuck on a kick will result in a re-kick.OUTS:1) Strikeout(2 strikes)2) Caught fly ball A) A ball caught off the back wall is NOT an out, side wall is an out. Side wall, then back wall is an out3) Tag out4) Runner hit with a thrown/kicked ball below the neck A) A runner hit in the head is awarded the next base5) If play stops and there are three runners on the base, the last runner to arrive at base is out NOTE: There are no force outs at any base, a runner must be contacted by the ball.BASE RUNNING:1) There are no baselines for running.2) Two runners are allowed to occupy a base. If two players are on a base at the same time, they can leave the base in any order.3) The two players can also form a chain on the base, by touching feet, to gain a lead. A players that breaks the chain or leaves the base before the ball is kicked will be out. Leading and stealing are not allowed.4) A runner may tag up on caught fly balls, but they must get all the way to a base or back to a base to be safe. A player must physically touch a base to be safe. The foot chain is for leading only!5) If a base runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by a fielder, play stops. The team receives one run for the catch, and all base runners advance on base or to the base that they were advancing.7) If play stops and there are more than 2 players on a base, the last player to arrive at the base is out. SCORING:1) A runner crosses home plate2) A runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by fielder scores one run and all runners advance one base3) A kicker that hits the backboard of far basketball hoop scores a homerun, but all other runners only advance one base.4) A kicker that hits the small square of far basketball backboard scores a home run and all runners score.5) A kicker that get the ball in the far basket will score automatic 5 runs, plus all base runners5) A runner is awarded 2nd base and there are already 2 runners on the base, the runner that was there first scores.Safety Measures:Fielders must try to stay out of the way of advancing runners unless they have the ball or are making a play on the ball. The runners always have the right of way. Any interference and the runner is awarded the base they were advancing towards.The goal of this program is to have fun. These games will be competitive, all while maintaining good sportsmanship. Behavior deemed unacceptable by staff may result in suspension and/or ejection from a game or the program.
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Select Board/Sewer Commissioners
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Chemical Creations with Minds in Motion - Chemical Creations
Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20thTime: 6:15pm-7:15pmCost: $120.00 per childAges: 6-11Location: Bourne Community BuildingRegistration Deadline: Monday, November 7thCome experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments! Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach. Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and make some scary green slime! Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun. You will also get to witness some amazing scientific demonstrations from your instructor. Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is! Experience a really powerful magnet, magic sand, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational program!
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Veterans United Community of Upper Cape Cod
 
Wednesday December 7, 2022
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Coffee Talk
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Knitters Group
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Walk and Talk
 
12:15 PM - 3:15 PM    SHINE
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Joint Patrnership/Trust Mtg
 
2:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Bourne Rec Programs
 
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Big Brothers/Big Sisters
 
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    WWAC
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Girl Scout Troop Meeting
 
Thursday December 8, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Senior Fitness
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Play Pickleball! - Play Pickleball: Thursdays
We are excited to welcome back Pickleball into the Community Building for the Fall & Winter seasons! Tuesdays and Thursdays (Fridays in December): All Levels Play 9:00am-11:00am Pickleball at Bourne Rec is for players of all abilities. Players will need experience to play, and be familiar with the rules of the game. Instruction is not offered. The gym is lined for 4 courts in total, 1 designated as a beginner court, 1 designated as a challenge court, and the remaining 2 for all levels. Important Information:Participants will be responsible for setting up and breaking down the equipment.Attendance will be taken.Paddles are not provided, but we have some if you would like to borrow one.Full refunds will be issued for documented medical withdrawals only.Exclusion Dates: Tuesday, November 1st (Early Voting)Thursday, November 3rd (Early Voting)Tuesday, November 8th (Town Election)Thursday, November 24th (Thanksgiving)Tuesday, December 13th (Homeless for the Holidays)Tuesday, December 27th (School Vacation)Thursday, December 29th (School Vacation)Friday, December 23rdFriday, December 30th
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    How to Write Your Own Story
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Yoga and Weights
 
2:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Bourne Rec Programs
 
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Big Brothers/Big Sisters
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Sturgis East Basketball
 
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM    Planning Board Hearings
 
Friday December 9, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Yoga / Yoga & Weights
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Play Pickleball! - Play Pickleball: Fridays
We are excited to welcome back Pickleball into the Community Building for the Fall & Winter seasons! Tuesdays and Thursdays (Fridays in December): All Levels Play 9:00am-11:00am Pickleball at Bourne Rec is for players of all abilities. Players will need experience to play, and be familiar with the rules of the game. Instruction is not offered. The gym is lined for 4 courts in total, 1 designated as a beginner court, 1 designated as a challenge court, and the remaining 2 for all levels. Important Information:Participants will be responsible for setting up and breaking down the equipment.Attendance will be taken.Paddles are not provided, but we have some if you would like to borrow one.Full refunds will be issued for documented medical withdrawals only.Exclusion Dates: Tuesday, November 1st (Early Voting)Thursday, November 3rd (Early Voting)Tuesday, November 8th (Town Election)Thursday, November 24th (Thanksgiving)Tuesday, December 13th (Homeless for the Holidays)Tuesday, December 27th (School Vacation)Thursday, December 29th (School Vacation)Friday, December 23rdFriday, December 30th
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Crafters
 
10:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Hearing Clinic
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Walkie Talkies: Winter Walk Series - Walkie Talkie
Winter is coming! Don't lose all of your progress achieved this summer. Come over to the community building gym, bring a friend, and walk for as little or as long as you would like. Participants of all fitness levels are welcome.Dates: Tuesdays and Fridays, November 15th-December 30th Time: 12:00pm-2:00pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymFree to Bourne Residents and a guestExclusion Dates: November 18th & 25thDecember 13th & 23rd  
 
2:30 PM - 4:15 PM    Shootaround - Shootaround
 Shootaround is a program of the Recreation Department for residents to use the gym to play pick up basketball or simply work on their skill set.  Please click "View Times" listed below for dates & timesLocation: Bourne Community Building GymEligibility: Bourne ResidentsAll participants must be registered and check in with Rec Staff prior to participating. This program will be capped at 20 participants.Please bring your own basketball.This program may be cancelled due to schedule conflicts. If that should happen, an email will go out to the registered participants. All participants must adhere to Community Building Policies and Procedures.No team practices or coaching allowed during high school shootaround.ID's required
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Balance and Conditioning
 
Saturday December 10, 2022
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Instructional Basketball with Coach Abbie - Instructional Basketball with Coach Abbie
Instructional with Coach Abbie is for participants in grades k-2. This 6 week session is designed to teach young athletes the fundamentals of basketball, and develop the basic skills needed to succeed in a non-competitive and fun environment. During this progressive session, participants will learn the skills necessary to succeed while transitioning into 3 v 3 game play in the last few weeks of the program. Each session will cap at 15 participants to ensure more 1/1 attention.Abbie is a former 4 season NCAA Division III athlete. After graduating, Abbie accepted the assistant women's basketball coaching position where she spent 3 seasons. Most recently, Abbie has joined the womens basketball coaching staff at Nichols College. At Bourne Rec, Abbie instructs the Hoop Group program where she teaches young children the building blocks of basketball.Dates: Saturdays, November 12-December 17thTime: 8:30am-9:30am or 9:40am-10:40am (More time slots will be added to meet the demand)Cost: $60.00 Res/$90.00 Non-ResEligibility: Grades K-2Location: Bourne Community Building Gym
 
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM    Bourne Rec
 
9:40 AM - 10:40 AM    Instructional Basketball with Coach Abbie - Instructional Basketball with Coach Abbie
Instructional with Coach Abbie is for participants in grades k-2. This 6 week session is designed to teach young athletes the fundamentals of basketball, and develop the basic skills needed to succeed in a non-competitive and fun environment. During this progressive session, participants will learn the skills necessary to succeed while transitioning into 3 v 3 game play in the last few weeks of the program. Each session will cap at 15 participants to ensure more 1/1 attention.Abbie is a former 4 season NCAA Division III athlete. After graduating, Abbie accepted the assistant women's basketball coaching position where she spent 3 seasons. Most recently, Abbie has joined the womens basketball coaching staff at Nichols College. At Bourne Rec, Abbie instructs the Hoop Group program where she teaches young children the building blocks of basketball.Dates: Saturdays, November 12-December 17thTime: 8:30am-9:30am or 9:40am-10:40am (More time slots will be added to meet the demand)Cost: $60.00 Res/$90.00 Non-ResEligibility: Grades K-2Location: Bourne Community Building Gym
 
Sunday December 11, 2022
11:00 AM - 6:00 PM    Homeless for the Holidays
 
Monday December 12, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Yoga / Yoga & Weights
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Homeless for the Holidays
 
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Quilters Group
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Chair Yoga & Sound Meditation
 
12:15 PM - 3:15 PM    SHINE
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Balance and Conditioning
 
4:15 PM - 5:15 PM    Canvas Kids: Painting with Miss Kath - Canvas Kids: Painting
During this 6 week program we will explore sketching and painting different animals. Children will sketch the animals on a 11x14 canvas and then they will paint their creation. Participants will learn sketching techniques as well as painting. We will be working with non toxic acrylic paints.Mondays, November 7th-December 12thTime: 4:15-5:15pmCost: $140.00Location: Bourne Community Building Rm 1Eligiblity: Ages 6-12Registration Deadline: Tuesday, November 1stNEW DATES ADDED:  Mondays, January 23rd-February 13thTime: 4:15-5:15pmCost: $90.00Location: Bourne Community Building Rm 1Ages 6-12Registration Deadline: Monday, January 23rdPlease make sure participants wear clothes that they don't mind getting messy! 
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Sturgis East Basketball
 
Tuesday December 13, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Senior Fitness
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Homeless for the Holidays
 
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Canalside Artists
 
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Low Vision/ Sight Loss Support Group
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Yoga and Weights
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Elder Law-SCCLS
 
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM    "Understanding Cannabis" Presentation
 
2:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Bourne Rec Programs
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Futsal with Challenger Sports! - Futsal with Challenger Sports
Challenger Sports professional coaches are excited to bring Futsal sessions this winter to Bourne Rec. Futsal is an exciting, fast-paced small-sided soccer game in which thousands of touches will be had by each player each session with individual focuses on turns & moves.  Each player will receive an hour per week of professional coaching, participation t-shirt as well as a Challenger Sports soccer ball.Dates: Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20th4:00pm-5:00pm: Ages 6-95:00pm-5:45pm: Ages 3-5Cost: $96.00 Res $106.00 Non-ResLocation: Bourne Community Building GymRegistration Deadline: Tuesday, November 8thDue to popular demand, we have added additional dates starting in January!Dates: Tuesdays, January 10th-February 14th4:00pm-5:00pm: Ages 3-55:00pm-5:45pm: Ages 6-9Cost: $96.00 Res $106.00 Non-ResLocation: Bourne Community Building GymRegistration Deadline: Tuesday, January 3rd
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Adult COED Kickball - Free Agent Registration
Let's relive those recess glory days with your friends, family, or co workers in this fun social setting. Kickball is fun sport for players of all skill levels and abilities! Players must be 21 years or older at the start of the program. Participants will receive a team t-shirt with registration! There are two registration options: Free Agent and Team Registration    Free Agents are solo participants looking to be placed on a team.     Team Registration participants who are registering in groups of 5-12 players. All players register individually        and list your team name during the registration process. Dates: Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20thGame Times: 6:00pm or 7:00pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymCost: $24.00Eligibility: Ages 21+A team is made up of up to 12 players, with a minimum of 2 females. To avoid a forfeit, teams must have a minimum of 5 players and 2 must be females.GAME FORMAT:1) Games are 7 innings long or a maximum of 45 minutes. If there is less than 10 minutes left before the start of an inning, it will be designated as the final inning of the game.2) There are maximum of 7 players or a minimum of 5 players(2 Females) on the field and a batting order must be set at the start of the game.THE "FIELD":1) There are only three bases in the game. Home, First, and Second. Home plate is aligned directly under the basketball hoop.  2) The pitching area is 8 paces from home plate.3) The distance to 1st and 2nd, which are located on the corners, will be 12 paces from home plate.4) The ceiling is out of bounds     A) A batter's kick that hits the ceiling results in a strike     B) A fielder's throw/kick that hits the ceiling, will result in runners advancing one base5) The only foul area on the court is to the left of 2nd base, all other walls are considered in play.6) Any ball that gets stuck during the play, the play will stop and all runners stay on their current base, or if advancing, they get the next base.FIELDING POSITIONS:1) Teams will have a catcher, pitcher, 2 infielders, and 3 outfielders.2) No player is allowed inside the 8 paces to pitching area and the catcher must stay behind home plate. If a player is between home plate and pitching area, then the pitch will be called a ball.PITCHING:1) The strike zone spans one foot on each side of home plate.2) The ball must be rolled and not bounced.3) Pitching speed will be a slow to medium pace. Players can come to agreement during game on what is acceptable.4) 2 balls is a walk, and 2 strikes is an out.BATTING/KICKING:1) The kicker must kick the ball before crossing home plate, making contact in front of the plate results in a strike.2) A ball that hits to the left of second base is a foul, a ball hitting the ceiling is a strike. All other kicked balls are considered in play.3) No bunting4) Any ball that gets stuck on a kick will result in a re-kick.OUTS:1) Strikeout(2 strikes)2) Caught fly ball A) A ball caught off the back wall is NOT an out, side wall is an out. Side wall, then back wall is an out3) Tag out4) Runner hit with a thrown/kicked ball below the neck A) A runner hit in the head is awarded the next base5) If play stops and there are three runners on the base, the last runner to arrive at base is out NOTE: There are no force outs at any base, a runner must be contacted by the ball.BASE RUNNING:1) There are no baselines for running.2) Two runners are allowed to occupy a base. If two players are on a base at the same time, they can leave the base in any order.3) The two players can also form a chain on the base, by touching feet, to gain a lead. A players that breaks the chain or leaves the base before the ball is kicked will be out. Leading and stealing are not allowed.4) A runner may tag up on caught fly balls, but they must get all the way to a base or back to a base to be safe. A player must physically touch a base to be safe. The foot chain is for leading only!5) If a base runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by a fielder, play stops. The team receives one run for the catch, and all base runners advance on base or to the base that they were advancing.7) If play stops and there are more than 2 players on a base, the last player to arrive at the base is out. SCORING:1) A runner crosses home plate2) A runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by fielder scores one run and all runners advance one base3) A kicker that hits the backboard of far basketball hoop scores a homerun, but all other runners only advance one base.4) A kicker that hits the small square of far basketball backboard scores a home run and all runners score.5) A kicker that get the ball in the far basket will score automatic 5 runs, plus all base runners5) A runner is awarded 2nd base and there are already 2 runners on the base, the runner that was there first scores.Safety Measures:Fielders must try to stay out of the way of advancing runners unless they have the ball or are making a play on the ball. The runners always have the right of way. Any interference and the runner is awarded the base they were advancing towards.The goal of this program is to have fun. These games will be competitive, all while maintaining good sportsmanship. Behavior deemed unacceptable by staff may result in suspension and/or ejection from a game or the program.
 
6:00 PM - 8:45 PM    Adult COED Kickball - Team Registration
Let's relive those recess glory days with your friends, family, or co workers in this fun social setting. Kickball is fun sport for players of all skill levels and abilities! Players must be 21 years or older at the start of the program. Participants will receive a team t-shirt with registration! There are two registration options: Free Agent and Team Registration    Free Agents are solo participants looking to be placed on a team.     Team Registration participants who are registering in groups of 5-12 players. All players register individually        and list your team name during the registration process. Dates: Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20thGame Times: 6:00pm or 7:00pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymCost: $24.00Eligibility: Ages 21+A team is made up of up to 12 players, with a minimum of 2 females. To avoid a forfeit, teams must have a minimum of 5 players and 2 must be females.GAME FORMAT:1) Games are 7 innings long or a maximum of 45 minutes. If there is less than 10 minutes left before the start of an inning, it will be designated as the final inning of the game.2) There are maximum of 7 players or a minimum of 5 players(2 Females) on the field and a batting order must be set at the start of the game.THE "FIELD":1) There are only three bases in the game. Home, First, and Second. Home plate is aligned directly under the basketball hoop.  2) The pitching area is 8 paces from home plate.3) The distance to 1st and 2nd, which are located on the corners, will be 12 paces from home plate.4) The ceiling is out of bounds     A) A batter's kick that hits the ceiling results in a strike     B) A fielder's throw/kick that hits the ceiling, will result in runners advancing one base5) The only foul area on the court is to the left of 2nd base, all other walls are considered in play.6) Any ball that gets stuck during the play, the play will stop and all runners stay on their current base, or if advancing, they get the next base.FIELDING POSITIONS:1) Teams will have a catcher, pitcher, 2 infielders, and 3 outfielders.2) No player is allowed inside the 8 paces to pitching area and the catcher must stay behind home plate. If a player is between home plate and pitching area, then the pitch will be called a ball.PITCHING:1) The strike zone spans one foot on each side of home plate.2) The ball must be rolled and not bounced.3) Pitching speed will be a slow to medium pace. Players can come to agreement during game on what is acceptable.4) 2 balls is a walk, and 2 strikes is an out.BATTING/KICKING:1) The kicker must kick the ball before crossing home plate, making contact in front of the plate results in a strike.2) A ball that hits to the left of second base is a foul, a ball hitting the ceiling is a strike. All other kicked balls are considered in play.3) No bunting4) Any ball that gets stuck on a kick will result in a re-kick.OUTS:1) Strikeout(2 strikes)2) Caught fly ball A) A ball caught off the back wall is NOT an out, side wall is an out. Side wall, then back wall is an out3) Tag out4) Runner hit with a thrown/kicked ball below the neck A) A runner hit in the head is awarded the next base5) If play stops and there are three runners on the base, the last runner to arrive at base is out NOTE: There are no force outs at any base, a runner must be contacted by the ball.BASE RUNNING:1) There are no baselines for running.2) Two runners are allowed to occupy a base. If two players are on a base at the same time, they can leave the base in any order.3) The two players can also form a chain on the base, by touching feet, to gain a lead. A players that breaks the chain or leaves the base before the ball is kicked will be out. Leading and stealing are not allowed.4) A runner may tag up on caught fly balls, but they must get all the way to a base or back to a base to be safe. A player must physically touch a base to be safe. The foot chain is for leading only!5) If a base runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by a fielder, play stops. The team receives one run for the catch, and all base runners advance on base or to the base that they were advancing.7) If play stops and there are more than 2 players on a base, the last player to arrive at the base is out. SCORING:1) A runner crosses home plate2) A runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by fielder scores one run and all runners advance one base3) A kicker that hits the backboard of far basketball hoop scores a homerun, but all other runners only advance one base.4) A kicker that hits the small square of far basketball backboard scores a home run and all runners score.5) A kicker that get the ball in the far basket will score automatic 5 runs, plus all base runners5) A runner is awarded 2nd base and there are already 2 runners on the base, the runner that was there first scores.Safety Measures:Fielders must try to stay out of the way of advancing runners unless they have the ball or are making a play on the ball. The runners always have the right of way. Any interference and the runner is awarded the base they were advancing towards.The goal of this program is to have fun. These games will be competitive, all while maintaining good sportsmanship. Behavior deemed unacceptable by staff may result in suspension and/or ejection from a game or the program.
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Select Board/Sewer Commissioners
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Chemical Creations with Minds in Motion - Chemical Creations
Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20thTime: 6:15pm-7:15pmCost: $120.00 per childAges: 6-11Location: Bourne Community BuildingRegistration Deadline: Monday, November 7thCome experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments! Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach. Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and make some scary green slime! Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun. You will also get to witness some amazing scientific demonstrations from your instructor. Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is! Experience a really powerful magnet, magic sand, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational program!
 
Wednesday December 14, 2022
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    veteran coffee hour
 
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Coffee Talk
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Knitters Group
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Walk and Talk
 
12:15 PM - 3:15 PM    SHINE
 
2:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Bourne Rec Programs
 
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Big Brothers/Big Sisters
 
5:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Board of Health Meeting
 
Thursday December 15, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Senior Fitness
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Play Pickleball! - Play Pickleball: Thursdays
We are excited to welcome back Pickleball into the Community Building for the Fall & Winter seasons! Tuesdays and Thursdays (Fridays in December): All Levels Play 9:00am-11:00am Pickleball at Bourne Rec is for players of all abilities. Players will need experience to play, and be familiar with the rules of the game. Instruction is not offered. The gym is lined for 4 courts in total, 1 designated as a beginner court, 1 designated as a challenge court, and the remaining 2 for all levels. Important Information:Participants will be responsible for setting up and breaking down the equipment.Attendance will be taken.Paddles are not provided, but we have some if you would like to borrow one.Full refunds will be issued for documented medical withdrawals only.Exclusion Dates: Tuesday, November 1st (Early Voting)Thursday, November 3rd (Early Voting)Tuesday, November 8th (Town Election)Thursday, November 24th (Thanksgiving)Tuesday, December 13th (Homeless for the Holidays)Tuesday, December 27th (School Vacation)Thursday, December 29th (School Vacation)Friday, December 23rdFriday, December 30th
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    COA Board Meeting
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    DF Chair Exercise
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Yoga and Weights
 
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM    Team Trivia
 
2:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Bourne Rec Programs
 
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Big Brothers/Big Sisters
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Sturgis East Basketball
 
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM    Conservation Commission
 
Friday December 16, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Yoga / Yoga & Weights
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Play Pickleball! - Play Pickleball: Fridays
We are excited to welcome back Pickleball into the Community Building for the Fall & Winter seasons! Tuesdays and Thursdays (Fridays in December): All Levels Play 9:00am-11:00am Pickleball at Bourne Rec is for players of all abilities. Players will need experience to play, and be familiar with the rules of the game. Instruction is not offered. The gym is lined for 4 courts in total, 1 designated as a beginner court, 1 designated as a challenge court, and the remaining 2 for all levels. Important Information:Participants will be responsible for setting up and breaking down the equipment.Attendance will be taken.Paddles are not provided, but we have some if you would like to borrow one.Full refunds will be issued for documented medical withdrawals only.Exclusion Dates: Tuesday, November 1st (Early Voting)Thursday, November 3rd (Early Voting)Tuesday, November 8th (Town Election)Thursday, November 24th (Thanksgiving)Tuesday, December 13th (Homeless for the Holidays)Tuesday, December 27th (School Vacation)Thursday, December 29th (School Vacation)Friday, December 23rdFriday, December 30th
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Crafters
 
10:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Hearing Clinic
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Walkie Talkies: Winter Walk Series - Walkie Talkie
Winter is coming! Don't lose all of your progress achieved this summer. Come over to the community building gym, bring a friend, and walk for as little or as long as you would like. Participants of all fitness levels are welcome.Dates: Tuesdays and Fridays, November 15th-December 30th Time: 12:00pm-2:00pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymFree to Bourne Residents and a guestExclusion Dates: November 18th & 25thDecember 13th & 23rd  
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Movie
 
2:30 PM - 4:15 PM    Shootaround - Shootaround
 Shootaround is a program of the Recreation Department for residents to use the gym to play pick up basketball or simply work on their skill set.  Please click "View Times" listed below for dates & timesLocation: Bourne Community Building GymEligibility: Bourne ResidentsAll participants must be registered and check in with Rec Staff prior to participating. This program will be capped at 20 participants.Please bring your own basketball.This program may be cancelled due to schedule conflicts. If that should happen, an email will go out to the registered participants. All participants must adhere to Community Building Policies and Procedures.No team practices or coaching allowed during high school shootaround.ID's required
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Balance and Conditioning
 
Saturday December 17, 2022
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Instructional Basketball with Coach Abbie - Instructional Basketball with Coach Abbie
Instructional with Coach Abbie is for participants in grades k-2. This 6 week session is designed to teach young athletes the fundamentals of basketball, and develop the basic skills needed to succeed in a non-competitive and fun environment. During this progressive session, participants will learn the skills necessary to succeed while transitioning into 3 v 3 game play in the last few weeks of the program. Each session will cap at 15 participants to ensure more 1/1 attention.Abbie is a former 4 season NCAA Division III athlete. After graduating, Abbie accepted the assistant women's basketball coaching position where she spent 3 seasons. Most recently, Abbie has joined the womens basketball coaching staff at Nichols College. At Bourne Rec, Abbie instructs the Hoop Group program where she teaches young children the building blocks of basketball.Dates: Saturdays, November 12-December 17thTime: 8:30am-9:30am or 9:40am-10:40am (More time slots will be added to meet the demand)Cost: $60.00 Res/$90.00 Non-ResEligibility: Grades K-2Location: Bourne Community Building Gym
 
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM    Bourne Rec
 
9:40 AM - 10:40 AM    Instructional Basketball with Coach Abbie - Instructional Basketball with Coach Abbie
Instructional with Coach Abbie is for participants in grades k-2. This 6 week session is designed to teach young athletes the fundamentals of basketball, and develop the basic skills needed to succeed in a non-competitive and fun environment. During this progressive session, participants will learn the skills necessary to succeed while transitioning into 3 v 3 game play in the last few weeks of the program. Each session will cap at 15 participants to ensure more 1/1 attention.Abbie is a former 4 season NCAA Division III athlete. After graduating, Abbie accepted the assistant women's basketball coaching position where she spent 3 seasons. Most recently, Abbie has joined the womens basketball coaching staff at Nichols College. At Bourne Rec, Abbie instructs the Hoop Group program where she teaches young children the building blocks of basketball.Dates: Saturdays, November 12-December 17thTime: 8:30am-9:30am or 9:40am-10:40am (More time slots will be added to meet the demand)Cost: $60.00 Res/$90.00 Non-ResEligibility: Grades K-2Location: Bourne Community Building Gym
 
Monday December 19, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Yoga / Yoga & Weights
 
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Quilters Group
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball Shootaround
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Chair Yoga & Sound Meditation
 
12:15 PM - 3:15 PM    SHINE
 
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM    Drum Circle
 
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM    Alzheimers Family Caregiver SG
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Balance and Conditioning
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Family Ornament Workshop with Ms. Kath - Holiday Ornaments with Mrs Kath
The holiday season is upon us! Let's get those trees decorated. Join us on Monday, December 19th to paint a pair of holiday ornaments. All skill levels are encouraged. Step by step instruction will be provided, but your creativity is welcome. Register individually or make a night of it with family and friends! Spots are limited, secure yours today. Please make sure to register each family member of yours who will be in attendance.Date: Monday, December 19th Time: 6:00pm-7:00pmCost: $15.00 per personLocation: Bourne Community Building Registration Deadline: Thursday, December 15th
 
Tuesday December 20, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Senior Fitness
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Play Pickleball! - Play Pickleball: Tuesdays
We are excited to welcome back Pickleball into the Community Building for the Fall & Winter seasons! Tuesdays and Thursdays (Fridays in December): All Levels Play 9:00am-11:00am Pickleball at Bourne Rec is for players of all abilities. Players will need experience to play, and be familiar with the rules of the game. Instruction is not offered. The gym is lined for 4 courts in total, 1 designated as a beginner court, 1 designated as a challenge court, and the remaining 2 for all levels. Important Information:Participants will be responsible for setting up and breaking down the equipment.Attendance will be taken.Paddles are not provided, but we have some if you would like to borrow one.Full refunds will be issued for documented medical withdrawals only.Exclusion Dates: Tuesday, November 1st (Early Voting)Thursday, November 3rd (Early Voting)Tuesday, November 8th (Town Election)Thursday, November 24th (Thanksgiving)Tuesday, December 13th (Homeless for the Holidays)Tuesday, December 27th (School Vacation)Thursday, December 29th (School Vacation)Friday, December 23rdFriday, December 30th
 
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Canalside Artists
 
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Mobile Dental
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Yoga and Weights
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Walkie Talkies: Winter Walk Series - Walkie Talkie
Winter is coming! Don't lose all of your progress achieved this summer. Come over to the community building gym, bring a friend, and walk for as little or as long as you would like. Participants of all fitness levels are welcome.Dates: Tuesdays and Fridays, November 15th-December 30th Time: 12:00pm-2:00pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymFree to Bourne Residents and a guestExclusion Dates: November 18th & 25thDecember 13th & 23rd  
 
12:30 PM - 2:45 PM    Elder Law-Lavendar
 
2:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Bourne Rec Programs
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Futsal with Challenger Sports! - Futsal with Challenger Sports
Challenger Sports professional coaches are excited to bring Futsal sessions this winter to Bourne Rec. Futsal is an exciting, fast-paced small-sided soccer game in which thousands of touches will be had by each player each session with individual focuses on turns & moves.  Each player will receive an hour per week of professional coaching, participation t-shirt as well as a Challenger Sports soccer ball.Dates: Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20th4:00pm-5:00pm: Ages 6-95:00pm-5:45pm: Ages 3-5Cost: $96.00 Res $106.00 Non-ResLocation: Bourne Community Building GymRegistration Deadline: Tuesday, November 8thDue to popular demand, we have added additional dates starting in January!Dates: Tuesdays, January 10th-February 14th4:00pm-5:00pm: Ages 3-55:00pm-5:45pm: Ages 6-9Cost: $96.00 Res $106.00 Non-ResLocation: Bourne Community Building GymRegistration Deadline: Tuesday, January 3rd
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Adult COED Kickball - Free Agent Registration
Let's relive those recess glory days with your friends, family, or co workers in this fun social setting. Kickball is fun sport for players of all skill levels and abilities! Players must be 21 years or older at the start of the program. Participants will receive a team t-shirt with registration! There are two registration options: Free Agent and Team Registration    Free Agents are solo participants looking to be placed on a team.     Team Registration participants who are registering in groups of 5-12 players. All players register individually        and list your team name during the registration process. Dates: Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20thGame Times: 6:00pm or 7:00pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymCost: $24.00Eligibility: Ages 21+A team is made up of up to 12 players, with a minimum of 2 females. To avoid a forfeit, teams must have a minimum of 5 players and 2 must be females.GAME FORMAT:1) Games are 7 innings long or a maximum of 45 minutes. If there is less than 10 minutes left before the start of an inning, it will be designated as the final inning of the game.2) There are maximum of 7 players or a minimum of 5 players(2 Females) on the field and a batting order must be set at the start of the game.THE "FIELD":1) There are only three bases in the game. Home, First, and Second. Home plate is aligned directly under the basketball hoop.  2) The pitching area is 8 paces from home plate.3) The distance to 1st and 2nd, which are located on the corners, will be 12 paces from home plate.4) The ceiling is out of bounds     A) A batter's kick that hits the ceiling results in a strike     B) A fielder's throw/kick that hits the ceiling, will result in runners advancing one base5) The only foul area on the court is to the left of 2nd base, all other walls are considered in play.6) Any ball that gets stuck during the play, the play will stop and all runners stay on their current base, or if advancing, they get the next base.FIELDING POSITIONS:1) Teams will have a catcher, pitcher, 2 infielders, and 3 outfielders.2) No player is allowed inside the 8 paces to pitching area and the catcher must stay behind home plate. If a player is between home plate and pitching area, then the pitch will be called a ball.PITCHING:1) The strike zone spans one foot on each side of home plate.2) The ball must be rolled and not bounced.3) Pitching speed will be a slow to medium pace. Players can come to agreement during game on what is acceptable.4) 2 balls is a walk, and 2 strikes is an out.BATTING/KICKING:1) The kicker must kick the ball before crossing home plate, making contact in front of the plate results in a strike.2) A ball that hits to the left of second base is a foul, a ball hitting the ceiling is a strike. All other kicked balls are considered in play.3) No bunting4) Any ball that gets stuck on a kick will result in a re-kick.OUTS:1) Strikeout(2 strikes)2) Caught fly ball A) A ball caught off the back wall is NOT an out, side wall is an out. Side wall, then back wall is an out3) Tag out4) Runner hit with a thrown/kicked ball below the neck A) A runner hit in the head is awarded the next base5) If play stops and there are three runners on the base, the last runner to arrive at base is out NOTE: There are no force outs at any base, a runner must be contacted by the ball.BASE RUNNING:1) There are no baselines for running.2) Two runners are allowed to occupy a base. If two players are on a base at the same time, they can leave the base in any order.3) The two players can also form a chain on the base, by touching feet, to gain a lead. A players that breaks the chain or leaves the base before the ball is kicked will be out. Leading and stealing are not allowed.4) A runner may tag up on caught fly balls, but they must get all the way to a base or back to a base to be safe. A player must physically touch a base to be safe. The foot chain is for leading only!5) If a base runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by a fielder, play stops. The team receives one run for the catch, and all base runners advance on base or to the base that they were advancing.7) If play stops and there are more than 2 players on a base, the last player to arrive at the base is out. SCORING:1) A runner crosses home plate2) A runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by fielder scores one run and all runners advance one base3) A kicker that hits the backboard of far basketball hoop scores a homerun, but all other runners only advance one base.4) A kicker that hits the small square of far basketball backboard scores a home run and all runners score.5) A kicker that get the ball in the far basket will score automatic 5 runs, plus all base runners5) A runner is awarded 2nd base and there are already 2 runners on the base, the runner that was there first scores.Safety Measures:Fielders must try to stay out of the way of advancing runners unless they have the ball or are making a play on the ball. The runners always have the right of way. Any interference and the runner is awarded the base they were advancing towards.The goal of this program is to have fun. These games will be competitive, all while maintaining good sportsmanship. Behavior deemed unacceptable by staff may result in suspension and/or ejection from a game or the program.
 
6:00 PM - 8:45 PM    Adult COED Kickball - Team Registration
Let's relive those recess glory days with your friends, family, or co workers in this fun social setting. Kickball is fun sport for players of all skill levels and abilities! Players must be 21 years or older at the start of the program. Participants will receive a team t-shirt with registration! There are two registration options: Free Agent and Team Registration    Free Agents are solo participants looking to be placed on a team.     Team Registration participants who are registering in groups of 5-12 players. All players register individually        and list your team name during the registration process. Dates: Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20thGame Times: 6:00pm or 7:00pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymCost: $24.00Eligibility: Ages 21+A team is made up of up to 12 players, with a minimum of 2 females. To avoid a forfeit, teams must have a minimum of 5 players and 2 must be females.GAME FORMAT:1) Games are 7 innings long or a maximum of 45 minutes. If there is less than 10 minutes left before the start of an inning, it will be designated as the final inning of the game.2) There are maximum of 7 players or a minimum of 5 players(2 Females) on the field and a batting order must be set at the start of the game.THE "FIELD":1) There are only three bases in the game. Home, First, and Second. Home plate is aligned directly under the basketball hoop.  2) The pitching area is 8 paces from home plate.3) The distance to 1st and 2nd, which are located on the corners, will be 12 paces from home plate.4) The ceiling is out of bounds     A) A batter's kick that hits the ceiling results in a strike     B) A fielder's throw/kick that hits the ceiling, will result in runners advancing one base5) The only foul area on the court is to the left of 2nd base, all other walls are considered in play.6) Any ball that gets stuck during the play, the play will stop and all runners stay on their current base, or if advancing, they get the next base.FIELDING POSITIONS:1) Teams will have a catcher, pitcher, 2 infielders, and 3 outfielders.2) No player is allowed inside the 8 paces to pitching area and the catcher must stay behind home plate. If a player is between home plate and pitching area, then the pitch will be called a ball.PITCHING:1) The strike zone spans one foot on each side of home plate.2) The ball must be rolled and not bounced.3) Pitching speed will be a slow to medium pace. Players can come to agreement during game on what is acceptable.4) 2 balls is a walk, and 2 strikes is an out.BATTING/KICKING:1) The kicker must kick the ball before crossing home plate, making contact in front of the plate results in a strike.2) A ball that hits to the left of second base is a foul, a ball hitting the ceiling is a strike. All other kicked balls are considered in play.3) No bunting4) Any ball that gets stuck on a kick will result in a re-kick.OUTS:1) Strikeout(2 strikes)2) Caught fly ball A) A ball caught off the back wall is NOT an out, side wall is an out. Side wall, then back wall is an out3) Tag out4) Runner hit with a thrown/kicked ball below the neck A) A runner hit in the head is awarded the next base5) If play stops and there are three runners on the base, the last runner to arrive at base is out NOTE: There are no force outs at any base, a runner must be contacted by the ball.BASE RUNNING:1) There are no baselines for running.2) Two runners are allowed to occupy a base. If two players are on a base at the same time, they can leave the base in any order.3) The two players can also form a chain on the base, by touching feet, to gain a lead. A players that breaks the chain or leaves the base before the ball is kicked will be out. Leading and stealing are not allowed.4) A runner may tag up on caught fly balls, but they must get all the way to a base or back to a base to be safe. A player must physically touch a base to be safe. The foot chain is for leading only!5) If a base runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by a fielder, play stops. The team receives one run for the catch, and all base runners advance on base or to the base that they were advancing.7) If play stops and there are more than 2 players on a base, the last player to arrive at the base is out. SCORING:1) A runner crosses home plate2) A runner catches a ball thrown or kicked at him by fielder scores one run and all runners advance one base3) A kicker that hits the backboard of far basketball hoop scores a homerun, but all other runners only advance one base.4) A kicker that hits the small square of far basketball backboard scores a home run and all runners score.5) A kicker that get the ball in the far basket will score automatic 5 runs, plus all base runners5) A runner is awarded 2nd base and there are already 2 runners on the base, the runner that was there first scores.Safety Measures:Fielders must try to stay out of the way of advancing runners unless they have the ball or are making a play on the ball. The runners always have the right of way. Any interference and the runner is awarded the base they were advancing towards.The goal of this program is to have fun. These games will be competitive, all while maintaining good sportsmanship. Behavior deemed unacceptable by staff may result in suspension and/or ejection from a game or the program.
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Select Board/Sewer Commissioners
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Chemical Creations with Minds in Motion - Chemical Creations
Tuesdays, November 15th-December 20thTime: 6:15pm-7:15pmCost: $120.00 per childAges: 6-11Location: Bourne Community BuildingRegistration Deadline: Monday, November 7thCome experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments! Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach. Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and make some scary green slime! Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun. You will also get to witness some amazing scientific demonstrations from your instructor. Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is! Experience a really powerful magnet, magic sand, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational program!
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Veterans United Community of Upper Cape Cod
 
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM    BRTC Meeting
 
Wednesday December 21, 2022
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Coffee Talk
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Knitters Group
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Walk and Talk
 
12:15 PM - 3:15 PM    SHINE
 
2:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Bourne Rec Programs
 
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Big Brothers/Big Sisters
 
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Bourne Community Engagement Committee
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    The Compassionate Friends
 
Thursday December 22, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Senior Fitness
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Play Pickleball! - Play Pickleball: Thursdays
We are excited to welcome back Pickleball into the Community Building for the Fall & Winter seasons! Tuesdays and Thursdays (Fridays in December): All Levels Play 9:00am-11:00am Pickleball at Bourne Rec is for players of all abilities. Players will need experience to play, and be familiar with the rules of the game. Instruction is not offered. The gym is lined for 4 courts in total, 1 designated as a beginner court, 1 designated as a challenge court, and the remaining 2 for all levels. Important Information:Participants will be responsible for setting up and breaking down the equipment.Attendance will be taken.Paddles are not provided, but we have some if you would like to borrow one.Full refunds will be issued for documented medical withdrawals only.Exclusion Dates: Tuesday, November 1st (Early Voting)Thursday, November 3rd (Early Voting)Tuesday, November 8th (Town Election)Thursday, November 24th (Thanksgiving)Tuesday, December 13th (Homeless for the Holidays)Tuesday, December 27th (School Vacation)Thursday, December 29th (School Vacation)Friday, December 23rdFriday, December 30th
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Yoga and Weights
 
2:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Bourne Rec Programs
 
2:30 PM - 4:15 PM    Shootaround - Shootaround
 Shootaround is a program of the Recreation Department for residents to use the gym to play pick up basketball or simply work on their skill set.  Please click "View Times" listed below for dates & timesLocation: Bourne Community Building GymEligibility: Bourne ResidentsAll participants must be registered and check in with Rec Staff prior to participating. This program will be capped at 20 participants.Please bring your own basketball.This program may be cancelled due to schedule conflicts. If that should happen, an email will go out to the registered participants. All participants must adhere to Community Building Policies and Procedures.No team practices or coaching allowed during high school shootaround.ID's required
 
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Big Brothers/Big Sisters
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Sturgis East Basketball
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Great Rock Village Condos
 
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM    Planning Board Hearings
 
Friday December 23, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Yoga / Yoga & Weights
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Crafters
 
10:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Hearing Clinic
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Balance and Conditioning
 
Tuesday December 27, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Senior Fitness
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    MultiSports with MA Sports League (Holiday Break) - MultiSports with MA Sports League
Join us for a fun, active week of multi-sport games! The wide range of activities offered helps participants continue in the sport they love and possibly introduce them to something new! Coach Jeff and his staff keep the kids engaged at the highest level throughout the entirety of the week. Dates: Tuesday, December 27th-30thTime: 9:00am-12:00pm Eligibility: Ages 6-10 Cost: $120.00Location: Bourne Community Building Gym Registration Deadline: Monday, December 19thActivity Schedule: Tuesday- Dodgeball and Indoor Soccer Wednesday- Floor Hockey and BasketballThursday-Kickball and WiffleballFriday-Kid's Choice! 
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Solarbot.14 with Minds in Motion - Solarbot.14 with Minds in Motion
Dates: Tuesday, December 27th-Friday, December 30thTime: 9:00am-12:00pmEligibilty: Ages 8-12Cost: $140.00 Location: Bourne Community Building Rm 1Participants registered for the morning and afternoon session, Future Engineers, will be watched over between programs.Come and take home your very own 14 in 1 educational solar robot kit! Every hour more solar energy reaches the Earth then humans use in an entire year!Learn how solar energy works and witness firsthand how this technology can harness the sun’s energy source. This kit contains unique components and parts that operate on land and water. Construct 14 different solar powered robots from functional to comical designs which include a tortoise bot, bug bot, paddle bot, tumbler bot, monster bot, big wheeler bot, car bot, surfer bot, and rowing bot! Working with its motor, gears, and solar panel, watch your solar bot come to life without any batteries as it uses the power of the sun. Take part in one of the alternative energies that is used most widely across the globe. Use your own creativity, put your mind in motion, and create your own designs!
 
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Canalside Artists
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Yoga and Weights
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Walkie Talkies: Winter Walk Series - Walkie Talkie
Winter is coming! Don't lose all of your progress achieved this summer. Come over to the community building gym, bring a friend, and walk for as little or as long as you would like. Participants of all fitness levels are welcome.Dates: Tuesdays and Fridays, November 15th-December 30th Time: 12:00pm-2:00pmLocation: Bourne Community Building GymFree to Bourne Residents and a guestExclusion Dates: November 18th & 25thDecember 13th & 23rd  
 
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM    Future Engineers with Minds in Motion - Future Engineers with Minds in Motion
Date: Tuesday, December 27th-Friday, December 30thTime: 12:30pm-3:30pmEligibility: Ages 8-12Cost: $140.00Location: Bourne Community Building Rm 1Participants enrolled in the morning session, Solarbot.14 will be watched over until the afternoon session, Future Engineers begins.If you like to create and build things, this program is for you! Take home your very own engineering kit! You will build up to 8 working models including a material lift, stationary bike, crane bridge, construction crane, and a windmill! With the aid of your instructor and the easy-to-follow manual, you will learn different scientific principles involving pulleys and mechanics. You will also learn about basic circuits as you construct a Maze Challenge, Flying Disc, Turbo Air, and Alarm System with our STEM Lab kit! As future engineers, the STEM lab will teach you how to comprehend a schematic diagram and interpret the flow of electricity. Design your own diagrams and watch your confidence soar as you transform wires, springs, and plastic parts into fully functioning circuits. Come obtain the necessary skills and experience to take on the technological challenges of the future!
 
2:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Bourne Rec Programs
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Select Board/Sewer Commissioners
 
Wednesday December 28, 2022
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Elder Law-Mello
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    MultiSports with MA Sports League (Holiday Break) - MultiSports with MA Sports League
Join us for a fun, active week of multi-sport games! The wide range of activities offered helps participants continue in the sport they love and possibly introduce them to something new! Coach Jeff and his staff keep the kids engaged at the highest level throughout the entirety of the week. Dates: Tuesday, December 27th-30thTime: 9:00am-12:00pm Eligibility: Ages 6-10 Cost: $120.00Location: Bourne Community Building Gym Registration Deadline: Monday, December 19thActivity Schedule: Tuesday- Dodgeball and Indoor Soccer Wednesday- Floor Hockey and BasketballThursday-Kickball and WiffleballFriday-Kid's Choice! 
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Solarbot.14 with Minds in Motion - Solarbot.14 with Minds in Motion
Dates: Tuesday, December 27th-Friday, December 30thTime: 9:00am-12:00pmEligibilty: Ages 8-12Cost: $140.00 Location: Bourne Community Building Rm 1Participants registered for the morning and afternoon session, Future Engineers, will be watched over between programs.Come and take home your very own 14 in 1 educational solar robot kit! Every hour more solar energy reaches the Earth then humans use in an entire year!Learn how solar energy works and witness firsthand how this technology can harness the sun’s energy source. This kit contains unique components and parts that operate on land and water. Construct 14 different solar powered robots from functional to comical designs which include a tortoise bot, bug bot, paddle bot, tumbler bot, monster bot, big wheeler bot, car bot, surfer bot, and rowing bot! Working with its motor, gears, and solar panel, watch your solar bot come to life without any batteries as it uses the power of the sun. Take part in one of the alternative energies that is used most widely across the globe. Use your own creativity, put your mind in motion, and create your own designs!
 
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Coffee Talk
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Knitters Group
 
12:15 PM - 3:15 PM    SHINE
 
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM    Future Engineers with Minds in Motion - Future Engineers with Minds in Motion
Date: Tuesday, December 27th-Friday, December 30thTime: 12:30pm-3:30pmEligibility: Ages 8-12Cost: $140.00Location: Bourne Community Building Rm 1Participants enrolled in the morning session, Solarbot.14 will be watched over until the afternoon session, Future Engineers begins.If you like to create and build things, this program is for you! Take home your very own engineering kit! You will build up to 8 working models including a material lift, stationary bike, crane bridge, construction crane, and a windmill! With the aid of your instructor and the easy-to-follow manual, you will learn different scientific principles involving pulleys and mechanics. You will also learn about basic circuits as you construct a Maze Challenge, Flying Disc, Turbo Air, and Alarm System with our STEM Lab kit! As future engineers, the STEM lab will teach you how to comprehend a schematic diagram and interpret the flow of electricity. Design your own diagrams and watch your confidence soar as you transform wires, springs, and plastic parts into fully functioning circuits. Come obtain the necessary skills and experience to take on the technological challenges of the future!
 
2:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Bourne Rec Programs
 
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Big Brothers/Big Sisters
 
5:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Board of Health Meeting
 
Thursday December 29, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Senior Fitness
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    MultiSports with MA Sports League (Holiday Break) - MultiSports with MA Sports League
Join us for a fun, active week of multi-sport games! The wide range of activities offered helps participants continue in the sport they love and possibly introduce them to something new! Coach Jeff and his staff keep the kids engaged at the highest level throughout the entirety of the week. Dates: Tuesday, December 27th-30thTime: 9:00am-12:00pm Eligibility: Ages 6-10 Cost: $120.00Location: Bourne Community Building Gym Registration Deadline: Monday, December 19thActivity Schedule: Tuesday- Dodgeball and Indoor Soccer Wednesday- Floor Hockey and BasketballThursday-Kickball and WiffleballFriday-Kid's Choice! 
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Solarbot.14 with Minds in Motion - Solarbot.14 with Minds in Motion
Dates: Tuesday, December 27th-Friday, December 30thTime: 9:00am-12:00pmEligibilty: Ages 8-12Cost: $140.00 Location: Bourne Community Building Rm 1Participants registered for the morning and afternoon session, Future Engineers, will be watched over between programs.Come and take home your very own 14 in 1 educational solar robot kit! Every hour more solar energy reaches the Earth then humans use in an entire year!Learn how solar energy works and witness firsthand how this technology can harness the sun’s energy source. This kit contains unique components and parts that operate on land and water. Construct 14 different solar powered robots from functional to comical designs which include a tortoise bot, bug bot, paddle bot, tumbler bot, monster bot, big wheeler bot, car bot, surfer bot, and rowing bot! Working with its motor, gears, and solar panel, watch your solar bot come to life without any batteries as it uses the power of the sun. Take part in one of the alternative energies that is used most widely across the globe. Use your own creativity, put your mind in motion, and create your own designs!
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Yoga and Weights
 
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM    Future Engineers with Minds in Motion - Future Engineers with Minds in Motion
Date: Tuesday, December 27th-Friday, December 30thTime: 12:30pm-3:30pmEligibility: Ages 8-12Cost: $140.00Location: Bourne Community Building Rm 1Participants enrolled in the morning session, Solarbot.14 will be watched over until the afternoon session, Future Engineers begins.If you like to create and build things, this program is for you! Take home your very own engineering kit! You will build up to 8 working models including a material lift, stationary bike, crane bridge, construction crane, and a windmill! With the aid of your instructor and the easy-to-follow manual, you will learn different scientific principles involving pulleys and mechanics. You will also learn about basic circuits as you construct a Maze Challenge, Flying Disc, Turbo Air, and Alarm System with our STEM Lab kit! As future engineers, the STEM lab will teach you how to comprehend a schematic diagram and interpret the flow of electricity. Design your own diagrams and watch your confidence soar as you transform wires, springs, and plastic parts into fully functioning circuits. Come obtain the necessary skills and experience to take on the technological challenges of the future!
 
2:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Bourne Rec Programs
 
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Big Brothers/Big Sisters