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McCall Parks and Recreation: Now Accepting Applications

Parks and Recreation Seasonal Worker

The City of McCall is seeking qualified individuals to fill full-time, seasonal positions in our Parks and Recreation Department. Seasonal workers perform unskilled and semi-skilled maintenance, repair, inspection, and service work in City parks and public areas, including equipment, machinery, irrigation systems, and structures. Additional duties include soil and plant cultivation, pesticide and fertilization applications and general cleanup duties.  Applicants must have a valid driver’s license, be at least 17 years old, and be able to work weekends and Holidays.  The City of McCall is an EOE/DFW. Wage begins at $11.25 per hour, higher wage possible depending on experience. Applications are available at the McCall City Hall or click the link below to download an application.

Accepting applications until positions are filled.


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Downtown Reconstruction Preliminary Concepts Come to Life.

Downtown Fly Through Available for Viewing

Horrocks and the Baer group have created a fun new way to experience concepts of our new Downtown as it is moves through the planning phases. Keep in mind that many of these are draft ideas and place holders.

Learn more about the Project here>

Click here to view the video on YouTube>

McCall Parks and Recreation: Pickleball Open Gym

Join the fun! Register for Pickleball, open gym begins February 26th, Mondays, 6-8pm. Season Pass $25 or $4 at the door, ages 16+ welcome! Click here to register now!



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McCall Parks and Recreation: Girls’ Youth Volleyball

Girls’ Youth Volleyball registration is now open register here or at City Hall.

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Reshaping Purposes of Use for the Local Option Tax

2.7.18 LOT Pres_Page_01.jpgClick here to review the 2.7.18 LOT Presentation

McCall Library February Programs

Friends of the McCall Public Library Book Sale January 26 – February 3rd
10:00-6:00pm, Saturdays 10:00-2:00pm
Used book sale will be taking place in the McCall Public Library conference room all week!

Explore Bhutan, India, and the Tigers of Ranthambore National Park
Monday, February 5th at 6:30pm

In April 2008 Cindy traveled to Bhutan, Land of the Thunder Dragon. There she met and traveled with her guide Sangay Dorji. Cindy sponsored Sangay to visit McCall the summer of 2008. Cindy returned to Bhutan this May and stayed with her “adopted” son, Sangay and his family giving her a rare glimpse inside the local life and culture of Bhutan. This travelogue will also include Jaipur, India the beautiful “Pink City” and Ranthambore National Park safari to see tigers in the wild.


Get Artsy
Friday, February 9th  3:30-5:00pm
Valentines craft day!  We will have valentine making materials out for all ages to make something special for their sweetheart. No sign-up necessary this month.

Magic the Gathering Clinic
Monday, February 12th 4:00-6:00pm
It is the Golden Age of board gaming! Join the library and Playlive for a free clinic and learn this vastly popular card game.  Free starter decks for those who want to learn.


Sewing Machines 101
Wednesday February 21st 6:00-9:00pm
Beginner Sewing machine class. No supplies needed, sign up required. Attendees will be learning to sew zippers.

Sewing Machines 101 for kids
Thursday, February 22nd 4:00-5:30pm
Beginner sewing machines class for kids 10 and up.  Attendees will be making bags, and finishing projects from last month.

Let’s Talk About It—Great American Classics
McCall Public Library and McCall Arts and Humanities present this year’s “Let’s Talk About It”. The year’s theme is the Great American Classic.  This month we will discuss:
The Grapes of Wrath with scholar Helen Lojek on Feb 7th
The Great Gatsby  with scholar Wendy Green on Feb 21st
Books provided with registration, no library card required.


Doing Democracy
Tuesday, February 27th 6:30-8:30
The McCall Public Library invites you to join community dialogues on this month’s topic of: “Our Trash, Our Problem” Are we ignoring the opportunities of trash? What if all households had to process their own trash? Let’s trash talk recycling, whose responsibility is it anyway?


Doing Democracy – Sponsors open dialogues on issues facing our community. The hope is to foster a culture of civil discourse that allows multiple perspectives and creative conflict leading to the discovery of common needs and perhaps common visions. The content and guidelines have been chosen by the participants, not by a leader or the library itself.

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