The Salvation Army Kroc Center Summer 2012 Program Guide
May 8–10: Gold Member Early Enrollment. May 11: Open Enrollment. From fun new outdoor classes, to swimming to climbing, The Kroc Center's Summer 2012 Program Guide let you explore something new this summer!
Sign-up early for best class selections. May 8â€“10: Gold Members Early Enrollment May 11: Open Enrollment Adventure Camp Rock Climbing. pg. 7 Kroc Swim Squad. pg. 20 Adult Intro to Outdoor Rock Climbing. pg. 25 2012 Summer Program Guide June 10 to Sept 9 Follow us online! Search kroccda for photos, videos & all the latest updates! summer 2012 1 Operating Hours & Facility Closures Welcome to The Kroc Center. new! Summer Operating Hours starting June 10 Plus Mon–Fri: 5am–9pm , Pic drop k up a Sat: 7am–9pm -in gu ide for p Sunday: 8am–6pm sche ool dule facility closures & holiday hours May 28 | Memorial Day, 8AM–5PM* July 4 | Independence Day, Closed Sept. 3 | Labor Day, 8AM–5PM* *No drop-in fitness classes or Play Care offered on holidays with special hours. Pool Closures The Kroc Center Pools will be closed during the following days for routine maintenance. Aquatics Drop-in Classes will also not take place on the days that the pools are closed. the competition pool August 26, Closed all day the cove pool August 27–29, Closed all day Contact Us General Information 208.667.1865 Aquatics..................................... 208.763.0613 Birthday Parties.................... 208.763.0632 Business/Accounting............ 208.763.0628 Catering................................. 208.763.0616 donations.............................. 208.763.0627 Facility Rentals..................... 208.763.0616 Fitness.................................... 208.763.0637 group inquiries..................... 208.763.0632 camp kroc.............................. 208.763.0618 marketing.............................. 208.763.0629 Memberships.......................... 208.667.1865 A note from the Majors. Ministry/church.................... 208.763.0606 The sun is finally out and it’s time to celebrate! Join The Kroc Center as it heads into its fourth summer with a schedule that is chock-full of fun programs, events and activities for youth, families, and seniors. Play Care/Child watch......... 208.763.0646 Did you know that Joan Kroc’s gift to The Salvation Army will help build a total of 27 Kroc Centers in the U.S.? As you flip through this guide, keep your eyes peeled for more Fun Facts about Joan Kroc and her gift to our community— The Coeur d’Alene Kroc Center. VOLUNTEERING......................... 208.763.0618 multisport............................. 208.763.0657 Scholarships......................... 208.763.0596 Published by The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center Majors 2 summer 2012 Programming........................ 208.763.0641 Ben and JoAnn M arkham 1765 W. Golf Course Road Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 83815 • 208.667.1865 www.kroccda.org How to Register for Kroc Programs Sign-up at the front desk. All Kroc Programs are Open to the Public! Download a Program Enrollment Form online at www.kroccda.org and bring your completed form to the front desk. Or, fill-out a form at The Kroc Center. New! Register online starting May 15. Features 2 | welcome Contact Information 2 Operating Hours and Closures 2 3 | general information Membership Information/Rates 4 Kroc Scholarship Program Play Care/Child Watch Camp Kroc 9 | KROC CHURCH 5 6 7 11 | arts & culture 15 | community education Email or Fax. Visit our website www.kroccda.org/programs.html 23 | fitness & climbing Fill out a form online and email it to and click on the “Register Online” link. Sign-in, fill 27 | kroc cafe & Birthday parties email@example.com. Or, fax it to in the requested class number, and make a secure 29 | index 206.298.4130. Remember to include online payment. Remember to print-out and bring your payment information! your receipt and waiver with you! 18 | Aquatics Enroll early. Most Classes fill quickly! Payment, Refunds & Cancellations intro to live sound • The Kroc Center accepts cash, check, Visa and MasterCard. Full payment is expected at the PAGE 13 time of enrollment. • The Kroc Center may cancel a class with low enrollment 48 hours prior to the start of class. • No cash refunds are given unless the program is cancelled by The Kroc Center. If the program is cancelled by The Kroc Center, you will be given the choice of a full credit or a cash refund. • If you request to cancel your class enrollment five or more days prior to the first class, you will receive a full credit on a Kroc Center gift card minus a $5 processing fee or you may choose to transfer to another session if available. • Requests made less than five days prior to the start date are not eligible for a refund or credit, except in the case of personal emergencies. No credits or pro-rated credits will be issued for missed days of camp or class due to illness, partial attendance, behavior issues, or any other reason. SUMMER BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT PAGE 23 • Schedules, pricing, programming and policies subject to change without notice. Kroc Center Policies For a full list of The Salvation Army Kroc Center Policies, please see page 28. About The Salvation Army The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. Nearly 33 million Americans receive assistance from The Salvation Army each year through a wide array of social services that range from providing food for the hungry, relief for disaster victims, assistance for the disabled, outreach to the elderly and ill, clothing and shelter to the homeless and opportunities for underprivileged children. About 83 cents of every dollar raised is used to support those services in nearly 9,000 communities nationwide. For services, donations, and other information, visit www.salvationarmyusa.org. Schedules, Pricing, Programming and Policies subject to change without notice. REV 06/18/12 summer 2012 3 KROC MEMBERSHIP Kroc Membership Benefits Becoming a member at The Kroc Center is much more than signing up for a health club or wellness center. This is a place where you will feel welcome and supported no matter your physical, educational or emotional goals. For those with financial need, scholarships are available. Every person in the community is a critical component to The Kroc Center. Silver or Gold: Which membership is right for you? There are a two types of memberships—Kroc Silver and Kroc Gold—so that you can find the right fit for you and your family. Below outlines the difference between memberships. kroc Silver membership kroc Gold membership Aquatic Center • • Multi-Activity Gym • • Cardio Fitness & Weight Center • • Fitness Equipment Orientation • • The Zone Game Room • • Private Changing Cabanas • • Activity Join The Kroc community. Kroc Membership Choosing the perfect membership for you and your family is easy. To sign-up, visit www.kroccda.org to download 3 Free Fitness Coaching Sessions • Drop-in Land Fitness Activities • Drop-in Water Fitness Activities • 10% Discount on registration fees for classes, programs and camps • Pre-registration Opportunities • a membership form. Applications and payment can be submitted to the front desk. Kroc Monthly Membership Rates Membership Type Kroc gold Kroc Silver Adult (19-61 Years) $39 $29 Plus, get other added discounts & benefits around town! Family† (up to 5 people) $69 $57 Members of The Kroc Center not only get access to a Family† (More than 5 people) $79 $64 Senior (62+ Years) $29 $21 Teen (12-18 Years ) $20 $15 Youth (0-11 Years) $13 $8 Kroc Memb er Bonus state-of-the-art fitness and aquatics facility, but can also use their membership card around Coeur d’Alene to get many additional discounts and benefits from other local businesses! Just show your membership card and save big. Show Your Membership at the Following Locations and Save: Large, minimum size: 2" wide, from s to s. A one-time registration fee is required with each membership type. There is a $60 registration fee for an PMS 072 adult, senior or teen membership and a $75 registration fee for family memberships. Annual rate is monthly rate multiplied by 12. Membership rates and details are subject to change. All rates subject to sales tax. See ad on page 25. C: 100, M: 74, Y: 00, K: 00 See ad on page 30. See ad on page 5. See Family definition in Member Policies on page 28. † R: 0, G: 85, B: 167 Are you interested in partnering with The Kroc? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Black 4 summer 2012 Kroc Scholarship Program Day Passes Not a member? Pick up a Day Pass for access to the Aquatic Center, Fitness Area, Gym, Game Room, and Public Areas during open hours. For individuals and families that can’t Rock climbing and drop-in classes available for afford a Kroc Center membership, The an additional fee. A photo ID is required for Salvation Army Kroc Center is pleased anyone 18+ when purchasing any Kroc pass. to provide a scholarship program to help provide access to the facility and facility day pass rates programs. Adult (19-61) $10 per day ($9.43 plus tax) Teen or Senior $6 per day ($5.66 plus tax) Youth $5 per day ($4.72 plus tax) drop-in class pass rates specifically designed to help you and your family learn new skills that can be Starting in January 2013, as part of To apply for a Kroc scholarship, please the eligibility requirements, all scholar- pick-up an application from the front ship renewal applicants must have at- desk and return it completed with tended two Life Skills Classes, or have copies of your household income attended one Life Skills Class and be documents for verification. When an active volunteer at The Kroc Center, in order to renew. Silver Member $3.50 per class you return your application and are $5 per class approved, you will be enrolled into a community workshop. This workshop will allow us to get to know you bet- one-Day climb Pass* $6 ter so that we can connect you with climb Punch Pass 5/$24 the activities, education, and personal belay certification** $10 enrichment program opportunities offered within The Kroc. $2 Equipment Rental Fee. Equipment Fee waived for Gold Members. New this year, Life Skill classes are How to Apply Included in membership climb pass rates Introducing: Life Skill Classes used for a lifetime. Gold Member Non-Member life s cl asskill es The Life Skills icons scattered throughout the Program Guide will help you determine what classes are eligible for a scholarship renewal credit. For more information about Kroc scholarships, please call 208.763.0596 or email email@example.com. *Includes up to one hour of staff belay time. **Requires purchase of climb time pass during specified hours. 10 KROCER B M E M I A L! C E SP EAT WELL • BE ACTIVE • ENJOY LIFE OPEN DAILY 11AM–10PM Coeur d’ Alene 202 W. Ironwood Dr. Ironwood Square Shopping Center 676-1199 Post Falls 740 Cecil Rd. The Plaza across from Wal-Mart 777-9588 www.topthisidaho.com % off your entire purchase at the Coeur d’Alene & Post Falls Top This. No coupon necessary. Show your Kroc membership card to receive discount. plus! Get a FREE Coffee with any purchase at our Coeur d’Alene & Post Falls Locations! At our Post Falls location, call ahead and reserve a Party Room for FREE (a $25 value!). summer 2012 5 kroc for kids Play care Huckleberry Hollow The Zone summer Day Camps one, o the z Get int & families ages 11+ Calling all kids, youth & teens! From Play Care and the more structured Club 7-10, to The Zone for teens, The Kroc has everything to make sure your kids avoid the summer doldrums. 3thmo ru 6 yrs Play Care The Kroc Center provides a safe environment for your child while you participate in any activity in the facility. Play Care is first-come, first-served for children 3 months to 6 years. Space is limited. Two hour maximum per day. Adult must remain on-site. Monthly passes are available. Starting June 10 Play care hours for ages 3 months thru 6 years Mon–Fri 8am–6:30PM Saturday 8:30AM–2PM Sunday 9:30–11:30AM: Reserved for Kroc Church Sunday School 1u0n d&e r play care Summer club& 7-10 f Huckleberry ree! Hollow Indoor Playground A fun place for children ten and under who are accompanied by an adult. Open to the public during scheduled hours. Play care rates Price per Child Day Use, Member $5 per session Day Use, Non-Member $6 per session Monthly Pass $30 per month Huckleberry hollow Hours MON–FRI 1–8pm SATURDAY 7am–8pm SUNDAY Noon–5:30pm ages Each additional child $20 per month Purchase Play Care passes at the front desk. For questions, call 208.667.1865. All rates subject to sales tax. Summer Play Care for big kids ages 7-10! Starting June 11, The Kroc Center is offering a Get into The Zone 11+ The Kroc Game Room is the perfect place for families and friends to hang out and have fun. Kids 11 and older can be in The Zone alone. Kids 7–10 are welcome in The Zone accompanied by an adult or a responsible teen (15+). Summer Play Care option for older kids, ages zone staffed Hours 7–10. While you work-out or attend a class, we’ll MON–sat noon–7pm keep your kids busy with fun structured activities SUNDAY Noon–5pm including games, crafts, cooking bread and pizza, science experiments and much, much more! Fun activities every day! Zone staff lead a fun activity each day. These activities will be posted on The Zone Facebook Sept. 2 June 11– pm i, 8am–1 r F – n o M g Fun, excitin & creative all activities ! week long play Wbiiig on the on s c r e e n s! friday Fun Weekly Themes! • Space Week • National Park Week • Beach Week • Fair Week • Hawaii Week • Summer Olympics Standard Play Care policies and check-in/check-out procedures apply. Two hour maximum per day. Play Care rates apply. 6 summer 2012 page and displayed on the community boards in The Zone. Every day is different, so come have fun and get connected! Monthly Activities One big group activity happens every month! Check out the chalk boards in The Zone to make sure you get in on the fun! Follow The Zone on Facebook for updates on events & activities! www.facebook.com/ thezonekroccda this is one summer they will never forget. how to sign-up to choose p m a c of s 9 week g June 11. in t r a t s om fr Kids ages 4-14, get ready for a summer of adventure! great camps for every age! pee wee camp ages 4–5, $80/wk film production camp explorer camp ages 11–13, $290/2wk discovery camp ages 11–14, $135/wk Learn more on pg. 22 ages 6–7, $125/wk ages 8–10, $135/wk jr. lifeguard camp 1 Pick-up a camp registration form at the front desk or download at kroccda.org/campkroc.html 2 Return completed application with payment to the front desk. Camp Kroc does fill early! Sign-up in advance to guarantee your child’s spot. Questions? Contact the camp coordinator at 208.763.0618. Learn more in the Camp Kroc brochure at the front desk or online at kroccda.org/campkroc.html adventure camp ages 11–13, starting at $145/wk Weekly themes include: • outdoor Rock Climbing • creative arts • extreme camp • and more! Gold members save 10%! Get re ady fo r of ad summer a ventu re! mar. 26– pre- reG apr. 1: Go ld memb istrat ion er apr. 2: open reG istrat ion beG ins summer 2012 7 community assistance Because of Joan Kroc’s Gift and membership fees, The Kroc Center is able to provide a state-of-the-art facility and enriching programs. It is through the generous efforts of donors and sponsors that we are able to make a long-lasting impact by meeting the needs of our community and providing exposure to new opportunities. aquatics Building & Facility expenses conference & event venue arts & culture youth leadership training afterschool programs community education youth camps fitness & recreation camp & program scholarships Joan Kroc’s Gift, Memberships, and Rental Fees kroc Monthly Expenses 74,000 $ Medical, Liability and Property Insurance Percent of annual operating expenses covered by the Kroc Gift. 10,000 $ Water and Heat for The Competition Pool making change, one day at a time omm unity ur c makin gg chang m nceatin akin ao time ereday a die,ffone Over 1.5 million people have entered our doors. 394 Birthday Parties have been celebrated. 74,378 Children have been cared for in Play Care. 26 8 summer 2012 Percent of Kroc Members that are on Scholarship 2,000,000 miles have been traversed on cardio equipment. spiritual & social outreach Donations & Sponsorships Donations and sponsorships help make The Kroc Center accessible to everyone, providing long-lasting impact in Kootenai County. With Joan Kroc’s Gift, memberships, and rental fees, The Kroc Center is able to provide a state-of-the-art facility and programming to our local community. Did you know? membership scholarships for all ages you can make a difference, too. Gifts come in all shapes and sizes. Here’s a glimpse at what giving can do for your local community. 50 $ 500 $ 5k $ 50k $ Can provide emergency assistance to a family with our voucher program. Can provide 4 year-long membership scholarships for seniors. Can provide funding for 454 third graders from five schools to learn to swim. Can fund the After-School Program for a full year, including staff, snacks, supplies and transportation. DONATE. VOLUNTEER. LEARN MORE. To make a one-time or monthly donation, contact The Kroc Development Department at 208.763.0592. community outreach increases with donations Help Us Make a Lasting Impact in our Community. Maximum Community Impact kroc church community groups bible 101 The connection sunday service n yo nec tio the con up, pg. 10. g ro uth Welcome to Kroc Church—a place where all types of people from different walks of life gather to study the Bible, worship God, spend time with friends and serve our community in many different ways. sunday servic come as you e, 10am are. A celebration of the gospel. You’re invited to come worship with us. At Kroc Church, we don’t gather to put on We aim to be followers of Jesus 24/7, but Sunday mornings we have an opportunity to gather to- a show or impress one another. We strive gether and worship as a family. Whether you’ve been a disciple of Jesus for years, or you are skeptical to be honest about who we are, and our of Christianity and looking for answers, you are welcome. In our Sunday gatherings we will sing, study goal is to simply glorify God with our lives; the Bible together and make time to respond to what God is doing in our lives. Main Service: All ages welcome, 10am, Worship Theater it is the grace of God that motivates us. We Check-i the tic n at k boothet hope to point our community to Jesus. Children’s Ministry Kroc Church is simply a group of people Nursery: 3 months–3 years, Drop-off/Pick-up in Play Care Room with a common desire to follow and love Little ones in the Nursery are well cared for by our wonderful volunteers who Jesus. Being part of The Salvation Army nurture the love of God and bring the message of the bible to them in simple, easy Kroc Center allows us a number of differ- to understand terms. ent ways to create community. It doesn’t matter who you are or where you find yourself in life, if you want to get closer to Jesus and you want to build Christian community, we would love to have you join us. Huckleberries: Pre-K & Kindergarten, Drop-off/Pick-up in Huckleberry Hollow Huckleberry Hollow is where our most curious and active age group meets. Kids will have plenty of time to climb, explore and meet new friends. Our fabulous volunteers will guide your children in fun, meaningful worship and engage them in a bible lesson. Bible verse memorization is encouraged through simple movement. Please have your children dressed for arts and crafts. Children must be fully potty trained. Kroc Kids: 1st–5th grades, Drop-off/Pick-up in Osprey Room A place that feels like home. This is where the fun begins! Children in this class are entering the age where they’re applying what they learn from the Bible into practice in their own lives. Children will engage in small group discussions where they share how they can apply what they learned from scripture to everyday life. Prayer and worship are also a focus in the lesson each week. Community Groups It is important to meet together on Sundays and worship God together. It is more important to invest in one another’s lives and impact our community as followers of Jesus all week long. Kroc Church meets all week long all around Kootenai County in Community Groups. We worship together, study You’re invited to join Kroc Church for worship! together, have fun together and seek to share Jesus’ love with our neighborhoods together. For a list of current groups, visit www.kroccda.org/ministries.html or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 208.763.0606. Sundays, 10AM at the Kroc Worship Theater Women’s Bible Study Do you want to learn more about Kroc Church? Contact us at 208.763.0606 or visit us online at www.kroccda.org/church.html Thursdays, 10:30–noon, ages 18+ All women are welcome to share a time of worship including study, small group discussion, prayer, and fellowship. summer 2012 9 kroc church Mid-Week Worship Chapel Thursdays, noon–12:30pm Join fellow believers for a time of worship and a short devotion in The Kroc Theater. Kroc Church Classes Open to kids and un11 and th der familieeir s! Sundae Sunday June 3, July 1 & August 5 11:30am–12:30pm Join Kroc Kids each month for an ice cream social. Parents will have an opportunity to hang out together while their kids get to enjoy a fun treat after Sunday School. Kroc Church membership The Salvation Army Kroc skill life ss cl a Center’s mission is to preach Jesus and meet needs in His name. The soldiers and members of Kroc Church are on the front lines of this battle. If you have attended Kroc Church for a while and would like to know what it means to The Connection: Middle & High School Youth Group Get connected to Kroc Student Ministry! The Connection is a youth group for middle Kroc Student Ministry is on Facebook! “Like” and high school students that meets weekly at us to get all the latest details on events, fun The Kroc Center. It’s goal is to introduce stu- outings, Youth Group and Serve Night. Parents dents to Jesus so that they will love the Lord are welcome to “like” us too; it’s a great way and be passionate about loving and serving to know what’s going on when your teens for- others. get to bring home information. Dinner and Discipleship Wednesdays*, 6:00–8:30pm Receive text messages Want to have the inside scoop on what’s going like to really live the way He calls us to. Dinner on with the student ministry here at The Kroc? will be served at 6pm. Bring your Bibles and Sign-up to receive text messages from the stu- get ready to grow in the Word of God and dent ministry department. We’ll let you know have a ton of fun. when we are running dodgeball games, Youth * No Meeting July 4. Group, games and field trips! Worship Night, June–aug, every 3rd Wed, 6:00–8:30pm To sign-up, email email@example.com Join us as we give glory to our Father by wor- Student Ministry, Kroc Zone, Parent Minis- shiping through music and prayer. try, or all three! Army. Lunch is included! Students gather to give back to our community Class # Dates Time 22PCH101 July 15–29 11:30am–2:30PM Kroc Centers across the country. When Joan Kroc made her gift to The Salvation Army, she had a clear vision in mind: build state-of-the-art recreational and arts facilities, called Kroc Centers across the country. Today 18 centers are open and 9 more are scheduled to open in the next six years. TheKrocCenterConnection and have questions about Jesus and what it’s Serve Night, June–aug, every 4th Wed, 6:00–8:30pm Sundays, 3 classes Ages 14+ FREE www.facebook.com/ This is for students who want to know more introduction to Kroc Church and The Salvation get more involved, join us for this three week “like” us on Facebook and let us know if you are interested in for all they have been given through Jesus. Kroc Church Parents We here at The Kroc exist to Encourage, Equip, and Engage. We want to make ourselves available to you anytime you have a question, comment, or concern about your teen. Please know that we don’t have all the answers to life, but will commit to helping you through tough times. Feel free to contact The Kroc Ministry Youth Coordinator at 208.763.0620 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Kroc Church in The Zone Ashland, OH Atlanta, GA Augusta, GA Biloxi, MS Boston, MA Camden, NJ Chicago, IL Coeur d’Alene, ID Dayton, OH Grand Rapids, MI Green Bay, WI Greenville, SC Guayama, Peurto Rico Honolulu, HI 10 summer 2012 Kerrville, TX Memphis, TN Norfolk, VA Omaha, NE Philadelphia, PA Phoenix, AZ Quincy, IL Salem, OR San Diego, CA San Francisco, CA South Bend, IN Staten Island, NY Suisun City, CA free! Ages 11+ Free for members & day-pass users! Bible 101 tuesdays, June 12–sept 4 noon–1pm, free Looking for a place where your kids can go Middle and High School students are invited have fun and learn more about ministry? The to come hang out in The Kroc and discover Zone is staffed with positive role models who what the Bible is all about. We are taking an are trained in youth ministry. Plus, we’re now honest approach to understanding what the offering a new class in The Zone that strives to teach kids about the power of Christ. Stay Connected to The Zone! Follow us on Facebook to see the activities we have planned each week. Bible teaches and how it applies to our lives. No experience needed. Come ready to have fun. Afterwards we will hang out and play in the gym, The Zone, and more! Arts & culture dance art guitar multimedia theater photography crafts e side creativout r u . o y e explor indoors and both Summer fu n Th workshop, eater pg. 12. Develop your talent and pursue your dreams with a variety of Arts & Culture classes at The Kroc. Whether you love to paint, dance, act or perform, we have a class designed just for you. Youth Art Workshops Adult Fine Art Classes Your child has the opportunity to sign up for Pre-teen/Teen Art Workshops one, two, three or even all four of these fun Supply lists available at front desk. summer art workshops. Each workshop focuses on a different type of art, including: Clay, Outdoor on-site sketch and paint Outdoor off-site sketch and paint Drawing, Painting and Print Making. Students In this class students have the opportunity to portunity to leave the studio will leave each workshop with a sense of pride sketch outside at The Kroc Center, using na- to sketch local scenes, using landmarks such in their accomplishments. ture as inspiration. Every other class period, as Tubbs Hill as inspiration. The following class supplies are included students will paint what they have sketched. will be used to paint what we have sketched. Bring sketch book and pencils to the first class. Meet at The Kroc for the first class. Bring Mondays will be sketching and Wednesdays sketch book and pencils to first class. Tuesdays will be painting. You may choose to paint in will be off-site sketching and Thursdays will be either watercolors or acrylics. on-site painting. You may choose to paint in Clay Sculpture Monday, 1 Class Ages 5–9 $15 Class # Dates Time 22PAC101 Mon, Aug 6 4:00–5:30PM Drawing Supply lists available at front desk. new Mon/Wed, 6 Classes Ages 10–17 $60 Monday, 1 Class Ages 5–9 $15 Class # Dates Time 22PAC102 Mon, Aug 13 4:00–5:30PM Painting Monday, 1 Class Ages 5–9 $15 Class # Dates Time 22PAC103 Mon, Aug 20 4:00–5:30PM $15 Dates Time july 9–25 10:00AM–NOON Photography Welcome to a new way of looking at the world. classroom instruction in order to develop skills Class # Dates Time that will help you become a better photogra- Mon, Aug 27 4:00–5:30PM pher. Along with composition techniques, we Art & Church experience skil life ss cl a l either watercolors or acrylics. Dates Time 22PAC109 july 10–26 9:30AM–Noon ill life skes cl ass Introducing: Life Skill Classes New this year, Life Skill classes are specifically designed to help you and your family learn new skills. will discuss aperture and shutter settings, ISO Starting in January 2013, as part of settings, the rule of thirds, understanding a the eligibility requirements, all schol- histogram and the golden hours. This class is arship renewal applicants must have designed for the beginner to intermediate skill attended two Life Skills Classes, or This six week class explores the relationship be- level. Please bring your camera and an under- have attended one Life Skills Class tween the arts and the church. What is ART? Is standing of its basic functions, a willingness to and be an active volunteer at The there a Biblical view of the arts? What does it learn and your passion for photography. Meet Kroc Center, in order to renew. mean to be an artist? What is an artist’s role in at The Kroc Center for first lesson. The Life Skills icons scattered through- the church? Why is there so much tension between the arts and the church? Please register saturdays, 4 Classes Ages 18+ Class # Dates $40 Time in advance. Space is limited. 22PAC107 June 23–july 21* 10:00–noon mondays, 6 classes Ages 11+ free 22PAC108 10:00–noon Class # Dates 22PAC105 June 18–july 30* Time 6:00–8:00PM july 28–aug 18 *No class July 7. $60 Class # Intro to outdoor photography 22PAC104 Art Education skill life ss cl a This class will have the op- Tues/Thurs, 6 Classes Ages 18+ Class # 22PAC106 This class combines off-site shooting with Print Making Monday, 1 Class Ages 5–9 new out the Program Guide will help you determine what classes are eligible for a scholarship renewal credit. Find out more about Kroc scholarships on page 5. *No class July 2. summer 2012 11 Arts & culture Lights. Camera. Action! Youth Theater Jillian Kramer is back for a special four week Underwater adventures Summer Fun! youth theater workshop youth theater opportunity! Together we will Are you looking for a different way to add explore sharks, whales, mermaids and the to your fun this summer? Join drama coach, deep magic of the sea in this very special cre- Traci Olson for this creative drama class. You ative drama class. Costumes, props and our will start by sharpening your imagination skills imaginations will be used to create fun ocean by playing fun improvisation games. Next, you characters and take us on an underwater ad- will use your creativity to build a character, venture each session. gaining self confidence along the way. At the tuesdays, 4 Classes Ages 4–5 $40 end of the week, the class will perform a mini Class # Dates Time play for friends and family. This is a great way 22PAC110 June 5–26 4:00–4:55PM to learn something new and have fun at the tuesdays, 4 Classes Ages 6–7 $40 Class # Dates Time 22PAC111 June 5–26 5:00–5:55PM same time. CYT: Christian Youth Theater Registration is now open for CYT-North Idaho’s Summer theater arts camps including 2 weeks in partnership with the Camp Fire Girls at Camp Sweyolakan. CYT offers specially themed and age specific camps for kids ages 5-18. Please visit the CYT-North Idaho website at: www.cytnorthidaho.org for more information. If you prefer to speak to someone, please call the CYT office at (208) 765-8600. Mon/Wed/Fri, 3 Classes Ages 8–10 $40 Class # Dates Time 22PAC112 july 16–20 10:00AM–noon CYT is not owned or operated by The Salvation Army. This content and conduct of its programs are not controlled or supervised by The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Center. Workshops Cool & Crazy cars new In this fun and cool class children will build their Solar, pneumatic and new motorized mechanisms own unique car to race! Children will learn Calling all LEGO Scientists! Come explore solar, about the design, weight and gravity when it pneumatic and motorized machines all while comes to designing a race car. They will investi- building with LEGO bricks and LEGO Technic gate better builds to learn how to build a faster Bricks! Build solar cars, pneumatic scissor lifts car. and gear changing cars. Be ready to power up, Mon–Fri, 5 Classes Ages 4–6 Did you know? 12 summer 2012 $40 Class # Dates Time 22PAC113 aug 13–17 1:30–2:30pm 374 Students have enrolled in an art class at The Kroc. lift off and watch your LEGOs go! Mon–Fri, 5 Classes Ages 7–14 $60 Class # Dates Time 22PAC114 aug 13–17 3:30–5:30pm 1445 Ballroom dancers have performed at The Kroc. If you have a program you would like to see at The Kroc Center, please email email@example.com. Arts & culture Youth & Teen Dance Youth Jazz Jazz dance is a blend of ballet technique and Broadway-styled performance. In this fun and energetic class students will learn fundamental dance techniques and how to move with proper body alignment. Dancers will gain flexibility, strength, coordination, and become confident performers. This class is up-beat and pure jazzy fun! If you love to move to the music and want to look good dancing this is the class for you! All moves and music are respectful and age appropriate. Wear active style clothing. No shoes required. Bare feet are fine. wednesdays, 6 Classes Ages 5–10 $36 Class # Dates 22PAC115 junE 20–aug 1* Time Audio Video Classes Get ready to rock! 4:00–4:55PM *No class July 4. Media Workshops Make the move from listening to the show, to Introduction to Script Writing being part of creating it! The members of The Participants will be introduced to the Art of Kroc Tech Department have 40+ years of live Script Writing. We will familiarize ourselves sound engineering experience between them, with software, learn how to format a script, and they are sharing what they have learned practice different ways to outline, and learn along the way. Course content and activities how to use the formula and rule of storytelling. will provide participants with the fundamen- Mondays, 2 Classes Ages 15+ Introduction to Live Sound Class # Dates Time speakers, live audio mixers and connecting 22PAC122 22PAC123 June 18–25 july 23–30 7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM them all together as a system. Mondays, 6 Classes Ages 18+ Breakdancing Workshop Breakdancing incorporates hip hop music and is an athletic and acrobatic style of dance. It combines spinning on the knees, hands and back; bodypopping; and creating ‘windmills’ with the legs. In this class you will learn the four primary elements of Breakdancing: toprock, downrock, power moves and freezes. At the end of each session students will put on a performance for family and friends. Wear nonmarking athletic shoes and loose clothing. Fridays, 6 Classes Class # Dates 22PAC116 June 22–Aug 3* Fridays, 6 Classes Class # Dates 22PAC117 June 22–Aug 3* Fridays, 6 Classes Class # Dates 22PAC118 June 22–Aug 3* *No class July 6. Ages 5–7 $36 Time 5:00-5:45PM Ages 8–10 $36 Time 4:15–5:00PM Ages 11–14 $36 Time 3:30–4:15PM $20 tal experience of working with microphones, Class # Dates 22PAC120 June 18–july 30* $60 Ages 11+ welcome with adult also enrolled in class. Basic Video Editing Time 7:00–8:00PM This class will teach par- *No class July 2. ticipants how to take the Introduction to home recording hours of recorded footage If you are a musician wanting to record your own music, making a professional sounding recording is not as difficult as it once was. Come learn how to record your own music, they have and whittle it down to a quick, entertaining film to share with their friends and loved ones. Wednesdays, 2 Classes Ages 15+ $20 utilize plugins with audio software, and even Class # Dates Time dig through a professionally mixed song or 22PAC124 22PAC125 June 20–27 july 25–aug 1 7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM two to see how it’s put together. The class will include computer workstations, but you are welcome to bring your own laptop if you would like (software may be provided for an additional fee). Tuesdays, 6 Classes Ages 18+ Class # Dates 22PAC121 June 19–july 31* $60 Ages 11+ welcome with adult also enrolled in class. Thanks to our Media Workshop Sponsor! Time 6:00–7:00PM *No class July 3. summer 2012 13 Arts & culture Guitar Lessons Acoustic Guitar I These group music lessons will cover the fundamentals of playing the guitar. Strumming techniques, basic chords, reading music and simple songs will be taught. Bring your own acoustic guitar. Mondays, 4 Classes Ages 11+ Class # Dates $32 Time 22PAC126 June 18–july 16* 6:00–6:55PM 22PAC127 july 23–aug 20* 6:00–6:55PM 12 hour scrapbook bootcamp *No class July 2 and July 30. Come learn and share! This twelve hour scrap- Acoustic Guitar II Group music lessons for intermediate level guitar players. The instructor will teach students guitar playing techniques and how to read music. Students will also share information and enjoy the pleasure of playing music with other guitarists. Bring your own acoustic guitar. Mondays, 4 Classes Ages 11+ Class # Dates $32 Time 22PAC128 June 18–july 16* 7:00–7:55PM 22PAC129 july 23–aug 20* 7:00–7:55PM *No class July 2 and July 30. 14 summer 2012 Sign toda-up y! y. at da e r g e g. on raftin c f o rs 12 hou es lud Inc ch & lun ner! din booking day will include meals. Bring your own projects and supplies and join in the opportunity to learn something new. There will be a teaching demo included in the day. one day event Ages 15+ $20 Class # Dates Time 22PAC130 sat, aug 4 9:00am–9:00PM community education gardening community support cpr date night common cents re ur futu o y in st inve classes with finance tot time & rock ‘n’ rollers, pg . 16. Help your family learn and grow together. From toddlers to seniors, there is a Kroc Community Education class that someone of every age can benefit from. Youth Gardening Youth Education Family Financial Planning Buzzin’ Bee Garden Superhero free! skill life ss cl a Money Camp Buzzin’ Bee wants to share Common Cents I: Understanding money and credit with you his mission. He Learn how to take control of your financial has been given super powers that will make habits. Want to know how to avoid get- situation, create a budget, monitor your prog- our gardens grow! Without these powers, we ting scammed by high credit card rates? ress, manage the flow of income and expens- will not have any fruits or vegetables. We will Go to camp. Interested in becoming a mil- es, comparison shop and protect your assets. be learning about pollination and plant growth lionaire before you’re 30? Go to camp. Through careful planning and use of money through the eyes of our Superhero. Brought to you by STCU. Sign-up required. management skills and techniques, you can Limited space available. Sign-up online at Wednesday, 1 Class Ages 5–10 $10 feel more confident about your ability to live www.stcuteens.org/camp Friday, 1 class Ages 11–14 free skil life ss cl a l Money Camp gives students the tools they need to begin to develop healthy financial Class # Dates Time within your means, handle emergencies, re- 22PCL101 wed, jul 11 4:00–5:00PM duce debt, and save for the future. Workbook Dates Time The great plant escape included. Brought to you by Money Manage- fri, June 22 9:00am–noon Join Detective LePlante with his sidekicks, Bud ment International. and Sprout as they hit the ground in a frenzy Monday, 1 class Ages 15+ to solve this exciting new adventure. They will Class # Dates Time have to search out clues and figure out how to 22PCL104 mon, july 16 6:00–7:30PM solve the mystery before it is too late! Wednesday, 1 Class Ages 5–10 $10 Class # Dates Time 22PCL102 wed, jul 25 4:00–5:00PM Common Cents II: Building Savings and Creating Wealth Every financial journey has some $5 skill life ss cl a unexpected bumps along the way. Learn how Youth Cooking to prepare for these bumps and be ready with Youth Financial Workshops brought to you by STCU. ill life skes cl ass Introducing: Life Skill Classes New this year, Life Skill classes are specifically designed to help you and your family learn new skills. savings in an emergency cash reserve account. Starting in January 2013, as part of In addition, learn how savings is needed for the eligibility requirements, all schol- specific goals and how, with a saving state arship renewal applicants must have Chef Anna Marie will teach of mind, most people can find ways to reach attended two Life Skills Classes, or the basics of safe and nu- their goals. Discover how, by investing, you will have attended one Life Skills Class tritious cooking. Students be able to put the power of compounding to and be an active volunteer at The will follow a recipe to prepare a delicious light work for you and achieve higher rates of re- Kroc Center, in order to renew. meal, learn to set a table and then enjoy eating turn than you can with savings. Risk, diversifi- the food they have prepared. Dining etiquette cation and asset allocation are discussed in the and table manners will be covered. Students program. Workbook included. Brought to you will receive a copy of the recipes. by Money Management International. Let’s cook & Learn etiquette skill life ss cl a Wednesday, 1 Class Ages 5–10 $15 Monday, 1 class Ages 15+ Class # Dates Time Class # Dates Time 22PCL103 Wed, Aug 15 4:00–5:30PM 22PCL105 mon, july 23 6:00–7:30PM The Life Skills icons scattered throughout the Program Guide will help you determine what classes are eligible for a scholarship renewal credit. $5 Find out more about Kroc scholarships on page 5. summer 2012 15 community education Community Support Parent & Toddlers Tiny Tots Tiny rockers Overcoming Depression You and your 1–2 year old are invited to join Have fun laughing, playing and dancing during Overcoming Depression is a four week our Tiny Tots community as we explore the this energetic class for toddlers and their par- class designed to help women effec- sights and sounds of the world around us. Tiny ents. Together, you and your child will explore tively face their own depression, as Tots will motivate the young minds, bodies and basic elements of movement and tumbling, well as effectively help their friends who are imaginations through song, dance, and lots of creating rhythm and making music, and prac- struggling with depression. Depression is wide- hands on activities. tice your own very unique dance moves! spread among women yet we often hide it in Wednesdays, 4 Classes Ages 1–2 Class # Dates 22PCL106 June 20–july 18* $24 Wednesdays, 4 Classes Ages 1–2 $20 shame. Come be encouraged by finding there Time Class # Dates Time is no shame in the struggle and gain tools to 22PCL108 july 25–aug 15 9:15–10:00AM help you and others overcome this condition. rock ‘n’ rollers Tot Time Your kids will take the next There is something special about taking time step in exploring the in- to play. Each session of Tot Time is themed and credible potential of movement. features arts, crafts, music, dancing & other ac- Through rhythm, Focus is on the ‘whole person’: body, mind, spirit and emotions. tuesdays, 4 Classes Ages 15+ free Class # Dates Time 22PCL116 jun 12–july 3 6:00–8:00PM tivities. Kids and parents will have a great time dance, tumbling and free play this high energy Prayer laughing and playing together. class will keep your toddlers excited to come Praying to God can be intimidating. back for more! Kids only class. We have all heard pastors and notable Wednesdays, 4 Classes Ages 3–4 Class # Dates skill life ss cl a 9:15–10:00AM *No class July 4. $24 Time 22PCL107 June 20–july 18* 10:30–11:15AM *No class July 4. Wednesdays, 4 Classes Ages 3–4 $20 free! free! skill life ss cl a Christians deliver prayers worthy of Class # Dates Time Academy Awards. But, it doesn’t have to be 22PCL109 july 25–aug 15 10:30–11:15AM scary. God desires a deep relationship with you and seeking Him in time of prayer can be one of the most rewarding experiences of our lives. Community Learning Wednesday, 1 class AGES 14+ FREE Learn how to be a commuin emergency situations. Know how to recog- How to Handle Emotional Conversations nize and provide care for life-threatening and Have you ever been in a situation sudden illness emergencies for adults, children where someone needed emotional guidance and infants. Includes use of AED. and you felt ill-equipped to help? This class will nity responder who can act monday, 1 Class Ages 15+ 75 Days of Youth Camps Offered each year. $45 Class # Dates Time 22PCL117 Wed, June 20 6:00–8:00PM free! skill life ss cl a teach the basics of interpersonal communica- Class # Dates Time tion in times of crisis and provide tools to help 22PCL110 22PCL111 22PCL112 mon, June 11 mon, july 9 mon, aug 6 4:30–9:30PM 4:30–9:30PM 4:30–9:30PM you feel confident with difficult conversations. 155 People have taken a CPR First Aid Class. American red cross CPR/AED for professional rescuers and health care providers 550 Emergency vouchers were issued to help those in need in 2011. This course is designed to train professional level rescuers to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults, children and infants until more advanced medical personnel take over. 1250 Kids received backpacks and school supplies. that hold us back and give our best to God. american red cross community first aid/cpr/aed Did you Know? 3 moms have completed their college degrees by studying while their children attended Play Care at The Kroc Center. In this class, we will learn to let go of the things This class includes use of BVM and AED. Upon completion of all requirements you will receive Wednesday, 1 Class Ages 14+ free Class # Dates Time 22PCL118 wed, july 18 6:00–8:00PM Take part in church activities all week long. From Women’s Bible Study to Mid-Week Chapel, Kroc Church has activities for individuals and families. See page 9 for more information. your American Red Cross certification. Learn how you can get involved at www.kroccda.org/donate.html 16 summer 2012 monday, 1 Class Ages 15+ $50 Class # Dates Time 22PCL113 22PCL114 22PCL115 mon, June 18 mon, july 16 mon, aug 13 4:30–9:30PM 4:30–9:30PM 4:30–9:30PM skill life ss cl a Classes with the Life Skills icon are eligible for a scholarship renewal credit. Find out more on page 5. The Kroc Center is excited to announce Press On—a new, innovative strategy to give Middle School students more of the experiences, opportunities and relationships they need to be successful. Helping Students Thrive Sign-Up Today! 5 Core Requirements help increase students’ capacity to thrive. Would your child benefit from Press On? 1. Mentor Relationship: In Partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters 2. Team Huddles: Leadership & Life Skills Development The next Press On session starts in Fall 2012. If you’re interested in enrolling your child in Press On, sign-up for the Parent Orientation at the front desk, or call 208.763.0617 for more information. 3. Parent Orientation Meetings: • June 27, 6pm • Sept. 17, 6PM Academic Enrichment 4. Play: Discovering Gifts Through Kroc Programs 5. Bible Study $ Only 120 e full for th year! l schoo Scholarships are available! press on participation: the components of press on are designed to closely integrate students and families within our local community. How You Can Help Your donation makes a difference. Invest in our students: Join Team 353 Become a Press On Mentor For less than $1 per day (only $353 per year) you can partner with The are excited about helping a middle school student enter high school Salvation Army to support a Press On student. This covers leadership, with a sense of worth and purpose—helping them get excited about materials, meals, mentor activities, assessments, and intentional opportuni- life, choose healthy lifestyles and maximize their gifts and passions to ties for play and enrichment. impact their world—sign up today to become a Press On mentor. Your donation will directly and positively impact a child’s life, and we If you are interested in sponsoring a student or becoming a mentor, please contact Patti Davenport at 208.763.0617 or email firstname.lastname@example.org want you to see the results. At the end of the semester, we’ll send you an update so that you can see how you’ve made a difference for one student. Committed mentors are essential to the success of Press On. If you summer 2012 17 Aquatics& Swim Lessons swim lessons lifeguarding water polo water for lunch cross 21. a n red americ g cl asses, pg. rdin lifegua With a variety of swim lessons, aquatic training, and water sports for youth and adults, we make swimming easy & fun. Our trained aquatics staff will assist you in choosing the right program to meet your needs. Priv Semi-P ate, r Smal ivate & Swim l Group Lesso n s. Buy more and save! 5 Training & Coaching Tips for safe & healthy swimming Help us keep the pool safe and healthy for everyone! + Children ages 6 years and younger must be within an adult’s (18 years+) reach at all times. + Children 3 & under must wear a swim diaper and plastic pants with full elastic legs and waist. + Children 7–10 must be directly supervised by an adult 15+. + Parents are ultimately responsible for the safety and well being of their children. + Please shower to remove any lotions, makeup or perfumes prior to entering the pool. + Do not use the pool if you show any signs of illness or had diarrhea in the last two weeks. You save $25! Personal swim coaching Valid June 10–30, 2012 Beginners through competitive swimmers ages 6+ can benefit from working one on one with a Kroc Aquatics Personal Coach. Learn to swim, improve your strokes, review basic water safety and lifeguarding skills, or perfect your flip turn. Our personal coaches will design an individual lesson, a semi-private lesson, a small group lesson, or series of lessons to help you meet your personal swimming goals and master the techniques of the healthy lifelong sport of swimming. Call our Aquatics Management team at 208.763.0657 to schedule an appointment. Ask for Rich. Private Lessons: $25 per 1/2 hour Semi-Private lessons: $20 per 1/2 hour per person or 5 Lessons for $80 per person* *When you purchase, June 10–30, 2012 Group lessons: Small and larger group lessons available. Call our Aquatics Management team at 208.763.0657 for more information. Multisport Aquatic Training Do you have a Sprint, Olympic, or Ironman dream? The Kroc’s Tri-Aquatics classes will get you trained and ready for even the toughest aquatic challenge. Tri Endurance Swim Tri Swim Smart Signing up for a triathlon this summer? This This class is perfect for the new triathlete or class is the perfect opportunity to work on those who have never had formal swim train- + Lifeguards are the final authority on rules and regulations in the pool area. both technique and speed to give you the ing. Focus is on building confidence in the edge in your next race. This class is a great water, technique, preparing for open water Please note: Maintaining a clean and healthy compliment to open water swim training and swimming, and even competing in your first swim environment is of the utmost importance will challenge athletes to reach their full poten- race. This class will give athletes the platform at The Kroc Center. You can help by having your tial. Prerequisite: Ability to front crawl for 200 they need to build endurance and technique to family follow the tips listed above. The Kroc yards in water up to 10 feet deep. swim with maximum efficiency. pool will close immediately for 30 minutes to 24 hours if an illness or bathroom incident occurs in the swim area. Health and safety protocols are conducted prior to reopening the pool. 18 summer 2012 Tues/Thurs, 8 Classes Ages 15+ $48 Class # Dates Time 22PMS101 June 5–28 22PMS102 June 5–28 22PMS103 July 3–26 5:00–5:55AM 22PMS104 July 3–26 6:00–6:55AM Tues/Thurs, 8 Classes Ages 15+ $48 Class # Dates Time 5:00–5:55AM 22PMS105 June 5–28 6:00–6:55PM 6:00–6:55AM 22PMS106 July 3–26 6:00–6:55PM learn to swim Dive into the deep end. No matter what skill level you are, we make swimming easy. Swimming Skills for Life The Salvation Army Kroc Center Learn-To-Swim program provides a safe and fun American Red Cross swim lessons Parent & Child Classes: for all ages Preschool Classes: Ages 4–5 Years Ages 6 Months–3 Years Preschool Level 1 environment for learning the fundamentals of This program has two levels. Parent and Child This is the child’s first experience in a lesson swimming and water safety, gaining self-confi- Aquatic classes are designed for infants/tod- without being accompanied by an adult. Child dence in the water, and developing skills up to a dlers and their adult guardian to familiarize will learn basic bubble blowing, acclimate to young children (from ages 6 months to about the water, and begin floating. competitive level. 3 years) with water activities and to prepare About Swim Lessons children to progress into the American Red Swim lessons are 25-minutes in length. Five min- Cross Preschool Aquatics and Learn-to-Swim utes are given between lessons to enter and exit the pool. For maximum efficiency, please be on time and dressed in swimwear prior to the lesson program. These classes are not designed to teach children to survive in the water on their own. start time. Bring a towel. Questions? Parent and Child Level 1 and Level 2 class- best match for your child’s ability level, please visit the front desk or contact the Aquatics Department at 208.763.0657. Class Progression The Learn-To-Swim program is a progressive lesson series. Depending on a child’s swim ability, and explores using simultaneous and alternating arm and leg actions on front and back. They will learn to have their face in the water and how to float independently on both front Parent and Child Level 1 (L1) and level 2 (L2) For guidance in determining which class is the Preschool Level 2 Child begins independent locomotion skills es are held simultaneously in different parts of the Cove Pool. mon/wed, 6 lessons 6 mos–3yrs $36 and back. Preschool Level 3 Child will improve coordination of alternating arm and leg actions and learn to swim short distances independently. Class # Dates Time Preschool Level 1, 2 & 3 classes are held 22PAQ101 June 11–27 9:00–9:25AM simultaneously in different parts of the 22PAQ102 July 9–25 9:00–9:25AM Cove Pool. 22PAQ103 July 30–Aug 15 9:00–9:25AM tues/thurs, 6 lessons 6 mos–3yrs $36 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ104 June 12–28 5:30–5:55PM they may remain at the same level for more than 22PAQ105 July 10–26 5:30–5:55PM one session. 22PAQ106 July 31–Aug 16 5:30–5:55PM PARENT AND CHILD + Parent and Child (6–18 months) Level 1 Preschool level 1, 2 and 3 mon/wed, 6 lessons 4–5yrs Dates Time 22PAQ107 22PAQ108 June 11–27 June 11–27 8:00–8:25AM 8:30–8:55AM 22PAQ109 July 9–25 8:00–8:25AM 22PAQ110 July 9–25 8:30–8:55AM 22PAQ111 July 30–Aug 15 8:00–8:25AM 22PAQ112 July 30–Aug 15 tues/thurs, 6 lessons + Parent and Child (18 months–3 years) Level 2 PRESCHOOL + Preschool Level 1–3 (Ages 4–5 years) LEARN TO SWIM (Ages 6+) + Learn to Swim Level 1: Intro to Aquatics $36 Class # 8:30–8:55AM 4–5yrs $36 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ113 22PAQ114 22PAQ115 22PAQ116 22PAQ117 22PAQ118 June 12–28 June 12–28 July 10–26 July 10–26 July 31–Aug 16 July 31–Aug 16 6:00–6:25PM 6:30–6:55PM 6:00–6:25PM 6:30–6:55PM 6:00–6:25PM 6:30–6:55PM + Learn to Swim Level 2: Aquatic Fundamentals + Learn to Swim Level 3: Stroke Development + Learn to Swim Level 4: Stroke Improvement In the Cove Pool! Open Toddler/Preschool Time + Learn to Swim Level 5: Stroke Refinement mon/wed/fri, 10:30–11:30am + Adult Beginner Swim Lessons Parents with children 5 and under can explore the play area of the Cove Pool together. Adults must be in water within arms’ reach of your child. All members and day pass users welcome! Class Pass not needed to play. summer 2012 19 learn to swim American Red Cross swim lessons Learn to Swim: Ages 6+ There are five levels in the Learn to Swim Program. Each level includes the teaching and as- Learn to swim Level 3: Stroke development Mon/Wed, 6 lessons Ages 6+ $36 Class # Dates Time Students are moved through the progressive 22PAQ143 22PAQ144 June 11–27 June 11–27 9:00–9:25AM 9:30–9:55AM levels as they accomplish the skills required 22PAQ145 July 9–25 9:00–9:25AM 22PAQ146 July 9–25 9:30–9:55AM 22PAQ147 July 30–Aug 15 9:00–9:25AM 22PAQ148 July 30–Aug 15 9:30–9:55AM sessment of swimming and water safety skills. at each level. Please note that a student may remain at the same level for multiple sessions until they master the skills necessary to advance to the next level. The lessons are taught tues/thurs, 6 lessons Ages 6+ $36 Kroc swim squad new Kroc Summer Swim Squad is a recreational swim group, dedicated to fostering excellent swim technique, team spirit and individual personal improvement. Competitions are inter- Class # Dates Time June 12–28 June 12–28 7:00–7:25PM 7:30–7:55PM squad only. During the summer months our Red Cross Instructors and Aides. Kroc Instruc- 22PAQ149 22PAQ150 tors make swimming lessons fun and help stu- 22PAQ151 July 10–26 7:00–7:25PM 22PAQ152 July 10–26 7:30–7:55PM and spirited activities, creat- dents develop both swimming skills and self 22PAQ153 July 31–Aug 16 7:00–7:25PM 22PAQ154 July 31–Aug 16 7:30–7:55PM in small group classes by Certified American confidence. Learn to swim Level 1: intro to aquatics Mon/Wed, 6 lessons Ages 6+ $36 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ119 22PAQ120 22PAQ121 22PAQ122 22PAQ123 22PAQ124 June 11–27 June 11–27 July 9–25 July 9–25 July 30–Aug 15 July 30–Aug 15 9:00–9:25AM 9:30–9:55AM 9:00–9:25AM 9:30–9:55AM 9:00–9:25AM 9:30–9:55AM tues/thurs, 6 lessons Ages 6+ $36 Learn to swim Level 4: Stroke Improvement Mon/Wed, 6 lessons Ages 6+ $36 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ155 June 11–27 9:30–9:55AM 22PAQ156 July 9–25 9:30–9:55AM 22PAQ157 July 30–Aug 15 9:30–9:55AM tues/thurs, 6 lessons Ages 6+ $36 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ158 June 12–28 5:30–5:55PM 22PAQ159 July 10–26 5:30–5:55PM 22PAQ160 July 31–Aug 16 5:30–5:55PM Dates Time 22PAQ125 22PAQ126 June 12–28 June 12–28 7:00–7:25PM 7:30–7:55PM 22PAQ127 July 10–26 7:00–7:25PM Learn to swim Level 5: Stroke Refinement 22PAQ128 July 10–26 7:30–7:55PM Mon/Wed, 6 lessons Ages 6+ 22PAQ129 July 31–Aug 16 7:00–7:25PM Class # Dates Time 22PAQ130 July 31–Aug 16 7:30–7:55PM 22PAQ161 June 11–27 9:30–9:55AM 22PAQ162 July 9–25 9:30–9:55AM 22PAQ163 July 30–Aug 15 9:30–9:55AM Mon/Wed, 6 lessons Ages 6+ $36 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ131 22PAQ132 June 11–27 June 11–27 9:00–9:25AM 9:30–9:55AM 22PAQ133 July 9–25 9:00–9:25AM 22PAQ134 July 9–25 9:30–9:55AM 22PAQ135 July 30–Aug 15 9:00–9:25AM 22PAQ136 July 30–Aug 15 9:30–9:55AM tues/thurs, 6 lessons Ages 6+ $36 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ137 22PAQ138 June 12–28 June 12–28 7:00–7:25PM 7:30–7:55PM 22PAQ139 July 10–26 7:00–7:25PM 22PAQ140 July 10–26 7:30–7:55PM 22PAQ141 July 31–Aug 16 7:00–7:25PM 22PAQ142 July 31–Aug 16 7:30–7:55PM 20 summer 2012 ing an atmosphere where fun is had and friendships can be made. sign-u all 3 s p for ess only $ ions 135 Mon–Fri, 15 Classes Ages 6–8 Class # Learn to swim Level 2: aquatic Fundamentals calendar is filled with an array of team building tues/thurs, 6 lessons Ages 6+ Class # Dates Time $36 $36 22PAQ164 June 12–28 5:30–5:55PM 22PAQ165 July 10–26 5:30–5:55PM 22PAQ166 July 31–Aug 16 5:30–5:55PM youth Adapted Swim Lessons Achieve fundamental water skills in a class structured to service the special needs population. Ages 6–18. Please call 208.763.0657 for a list of available classes. Do your kids love to swim all summer long? They’ll love Camp Kroc! Learn more about Kroc day camps on page 7. $50 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ167 June 11–29 11:30AM–12:30PM 22PAQ168 July 9–25 11:30AM–12:30PM 22PAQ169 July 30–Aug 15 11:30AM–12:30PM Mon–Fri, 15 Classes Ages 9–11 $50 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ170 June 11–29 11:30AM–12:30PM July 9–25 11:30AM–12:30PM 22PAQ171 22PAQ172 July 30–Aug 15 11:30AM–12:30PM Mon–Fri, 15 Classes Ages 12+ $50 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ173 June 11–29 8:00AM–9:30AM 22PAQ174 July 9–25 8:00AM–9:30AM 22PAQ175 July 30–Aug 15 8:00AM–9:30AM new Kroc Members Only Special Event! English Channel Swim: Swim to the Olympic Games Join us for a 21 mile swim to the gateway of the 2012 Summer Olympics. Much like our popular Krocman Swim, this swim is done on your time and at your pace. Chart your lap swim progress by recording your pool lengths from each swim. We will celebrate your success on July 28 with an evening of fun as we play, swim, party and celebrate the 2012 Olympic swimming events! Ages 15+ $15 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ176 June 10–July 28 Open Lap Swim aquatics Adult Aquatics Adult Beginner Swim Lessons Afraid to go in the water? Want to learn how Masters Adult Swim Team Kroc Masters Swimming is for adult swimmers who want to share their love of the water with others and who like to swim for fitness, fun, and competition (optional!). If you are an adult (19-108 years) and interested in stroke im- to swim? Our compassionate swim instructor American Red Cross Waterpark Lifeguarding Class will assist you in learning basic aquatic skills Participants will learn the skills needed to pre- that will help you to enjoy being in the water. vent and respond to aquatic emergencies both Taught in a warm water shallow pool, step- in a pool and at a waterpark environment. by-step instruction is provided to allow you to The course content and activities prepare par- comfortably progress at your own pace. Take the ticipants to recognize and respond quickly and plunge and let us help you learn how to swim. effectively to emergencies and prevent water- Mon/Wed, 6 lessons park drownings and injuries. Leadership skills ages 18+ $36 Class # Dates Time and professionalism are emphasized through- 22PAQ180 22PAQ181 22PAQ182 June 11–27 July 9–25 July 30–Aug 15 7:30–7:55AM 7:30–7:55AM 7:30–7:55AM out this course. Participation in all classes is Do you love to swim for exercise but need a ability level) and camaraderie, this group is for little help to tighten up your swim strokes? This you. Practice starts at 5:00AM, but swimmers course is for you! You’ll be instructed by one are welcome to join in anytime between 5:00 of our top-notch, experienced coaches who and 6:00AM. will take you at your basic swim level and help about our coach, mike hamm you achieve your goals. This course is designed to A passion for swimming and desire to help prepare you for fitness swimming, Masters Swim swimmers of all levels improve and succeed Team, or a Multisport program. Join in for an motivates Coach Mike Hamm hour of fun, fitness and enthusiastic instruction. an extensive swim instructor and coaching background. Mon/Wed/Fri drop-i n only $ for 5 pe cl ass. r ages 18–108 yrs! $40 Class # Dates Time 21PAQ230 month 1: June 5:00–7:00aM 22PAQ177 month 2: July 5:00–7:00aM 22PAQ178 month 3: Aug 5:00–7:00aM 22PAQ179 month 4: Sept 5:00–7:00aM shallow water tues/thurs, 6 lessons Ages 18+ $36 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ183 22PAQ184 June 12–28 July 10–26 6:00–6:55AM 6:00–6:55AM 22PAQ185 July 31–Aug 16 6:00–6:55AM deep water tues/thurs, 6 lessons Ages 18+ $36 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ186 22PAQ187 June 12–28 July 10–26 7:00–7:55AM 7:00–7:55AM 22PAQ188 July 31–Aug 16 7:00–7:55AM Drop-in Options to choose from. ten examination, you will be certified in the following: • Lifeguarding Waterpark • AED • CPR for the Lifeguard • First Aid Prerequisites: • Swim 300 yards continuously, using front crawl and breaststroke. • Starting in the water, swim 20 yards using front crawl or breaststroke, surface dive 7-10 feet, retrieve 10-pound object, return to the surface, swim 20 yards back to starting point with object and exit water without using ladder or steps, within one minute, 40 seconds. Mon–Fri, 10 classes Ages 15+ $150 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ192 June 11–22 1:00–4:30PM American red cross Lifeguard Management Learn the management skills to take the next Join us weekdays and choose Water for Lunch followed by a quick bite at your desk. This is a structured workout for all. Workouts are designed to rotate between long slow distances, sprints, and will even mix in some IM days. Whether you are a triathlete, serious competitor, or fitness enthusiast, this fits the need for a fast paced workout designed to give you structure and direction with camaradrop-i n only $ for 5 pe cl ass. r Pick-up a Drop-in guide at the front desk or download one at www.kroccda.org. derie on the side. This class can • Deep Water Running • Arthritis Gentle Aerobics • Kids N’ Me Stretch and Tone • Zumba® • Much More! Mon–Fri Ages 15+ be taken as a monthly program or as a drop-in flex fee class. including attendance, skills tests, and writ- Required Pre-Test June 8, 1:00PM Water for Lunch 100 required. Upon successful completion of this class, Adult Fitness Swim lessons provement, swim workouts (adjusted to your to coach the team. Mike has American Red Cross Lifeguarding Classes $40 Class # Dates Time 21PAQ247 month 1: June Noon–1:00PM 22PAQ189 month 2: July Noon–1:00PM 22PAQ190 month 3: Aug Noon–1:00PM 22PAQ191 month 4: Sept Noon–1:00PM step in your career as an aquatic professional. This course teaches aquatics managers and lifeguard supervisors how to effectively manage and maintain safety in an aquatic facility. Management responsibilities covered include the selection and training of lifeguards, team building principles, injury prevention, risk management, and emergency response planning. Prerequisites: • Current American Red Cross Lifeguarding/ First Aid certificate or current certificate from another nationally recognized organization. • Lifeguarding experience or management experience in another occupation. Wednesdays, 3 classes Ages 16+ $75 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ193 June 13–27 5:00–8:30PM summer 2012 21 aquatics Youth & Adult Aquatic Games Beginning Synchronized Swimming: Kroc Water Ballet -u p Sign the g usin Kroc p C a m r m! o F 11–14 Dive into the artistic and creative world of synchronized swimming. Students will be introduced to basic floating patterns, figures and routines. Develop split second timing, a dramatic flair for musical interpretation and choreography. Tues/Thurs, 6 Classes Ages 11+ Class # Dates Time $24 22PAQ194 June 12–28 8:00–9:00AM 22PAQ195 July 10–26 8:00–9:00AM 22PAQ196 July 31–Aug 16 8:00–9:00AM Junior Water Polo Calling all future lifeguards! Get a peek into the life and Looking to learn a new game or have fun cross duties of a professional lifeguard with this fun summer camp. A training for another sport in your off season? certified American Red Cross Instructor will teach you how to This coached class teaches the fundamentals scan the water, help a swimmer in distress, cover basic First Aid of this Olympic sport while challenging you and provide an introduction to CPR. Plus, shadow a lifeguard physically. This class is for both young men and on duty to see the water from their perspective! women. Prerequisite: Must be able to tread in Prerequisites: • Swim front crawl/freestyle for 50 yards continuously while breathing to the front or the side • Tread water for 3 minutes • Submerge and swim a distance of 15 feet underwater deep water comfortably. Tues/Thurs, 6 Classes Ages 11+ $24 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ197 June 12–28 9:30–11:00AM 22PAQ198 July 10–26 9:30–11:00AM 22PAQ199 July 31–Aug 16 9:30–11:00AM 3 weeks to choose from! mon-fri: 9am–3:30pm, $135/week Adult Water Polo What is a Professional Rescuer? June 18–22 Welcome back by popular demand! Sign-up Find out how lifeguards are part of the professional rescuer community and vital in and join us for weekly Adult Water Polo ses- the chain of survival. Students will hear from an EMT, interview a lifeguard and take a trip to sions. Warm-ups and drills will be followed by the Fire Station to hear firsthand the responsibilities of a firefighter in an emergency situation. some quality playing time. New and experienced Waterfront Lifeguarding: july 16–20 players welcome. Prerequisite: The ability to swim This jam-packed week focuses on how entries and rescues for beach lifeguards differ from 200 yards and tread water is recommended. those at a pool. Take a bicycle trip down to Coeur d’Alene City Beach for a behind the scenes Wednesdays Ages 18+ Class # Dates $16 Time 22PAQ200 Month 1: JuNE 7:00–8:30pM Wednesdays Ages 18+ $12 Class # Dates Time 22PAQ201 Month 2: July* 7:00–8:30pM 22PAQ202 Month 3: Aug** 7:00–8:30pM tour of their Lifeguard Stations! Lifesaving for the Scout: aug 13–17 Boy and Girl Scouts: Get on track to complete your Lifesaving Merit Badge with our certified Merit Badge Counselor. *Participating Scouts must have already completed their Swimming Merit Badge. *No class July 4. **No class Aug. 29. Forgot your swim gear? C.A.S.T Coeur d’Alene Area Swim Team No problem! Goggles & Swim Caps are now available for purchase at the front desk. Swim Caps $3.50 Available in Black, Purple, Pink & Blue CAST is a year round competitive swim team that participates in local and regional swim meets hosted by USA Swimming. Swimmers compete against other swimmers in their age bracket in two year increments. Contact Bob Wood at 208-699-8008. Or check CAST out online at: www.swimcast.net. Youth Goggles $9.50 Available in Blue & Yellow 22 summer 2012 Adult Goggles $10 Available in Black & Gray CAST is not owned or operated by The Salvation Army. This content and conduct of its programs are not controlled or supervised by The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Center. Fitness& Climbing one-o n-o perso ne n coach al ing Boot camps Fencing Coaching TRX outdoor rock climbing & o fe n c e learn t club, pg. 24. ncing k ro c f e Buy more and save! 5 Get ready to challenge yourself! A wide variety of fitness classes, programs, exercise equipment and free weights make it easy to work fitness into your daily routine. Let’s get started! You save $25! Training & Coaching smart start one-on-one coaching 3 sessions/$90 (Included with each Adult Gold Membership) Body Composition Analysis $5/person Don’t know where to start? Work directly with A fitness professional can one of our exercise & wellness specialists to help determine your body composition–the develop an individualized program to meet percentage of lean muscle mass versus body your lifestyle needs. Session One is an intro- fat. This information will be helpful in the ductory 60-minute consultation that includes development of a personal fitness program short & long-term goal setting, introductory and assist in setting attainable fitness goals. program design, equipment orientation and a Body Compositions are done by appointment kroc Personal fitness coaching: $25 per 1/2 hour body composition test. Sessions Two and Three only. Please schedule with Fitness desk at Small Group Training also available. Call our are 30-minute personal training sessions. Sign- 208.763.0637. Fitness Team at 208.763.0637 for information. personal fitness coaching Work one-on-one with a qualified personal trainer to help you achieve your long-term fitness goals. Our personal training staff will work with you to develop the most effective individualized program, and will motivate and support you in remaining committed to your fitness program. up for Smart Start at the front desk, and then schedule your training sessions at the fitness desk. Ages 15+. smart start for adults Fitness Orientation: $5 Join our exercise & wellness specialists for this general fitness facility and equipment orientation. Please see the fitness desk to schedule an appointment and learn how to get started. Ages 15+. Smart Start for Teens: $5 This course is a prerequisite for teens (ages 13–14) prior to using The Kroc Center Cardio and Weight area. Youth will learn the basics of fitness etiquette, resistance training, cardiovascular training, and program design. To book a Smart Start class, please fill out a program enrollment form and return to the fitness desk. The fitness desk will schedule your session. aug 17, 6pm—aug 18, all day summer basketball new tournament at the kroc $175/Team. Ages 18+ Register by august 7. Registration packets will be available on Monday, July 2 at The Kroc front desk or online at www.kroccda.org. Get your team and come get your game on with the 1st Annual Kroc 5 on 5 basketball tournament. This summer tournament is a double elimination tournament with a maximum of 8 teams. Space is limited so sign-up now and bring your skills! Each player on the championship team receives a Kroc prize pack! summer 2012 23 fitness & climbing Youth Fitness Programs Adult Fitness Programs Youth TRX Suspension Training® This Fitness coach led, class is a revolutionary Learn to Fence training program. Suspension Training® is an En Garde! This class is an introduction to the Youth TRX (Total body Resistance exercise) will innovative method of leveraged body weight classic Olympic discipline that is now a popular help young adults increase total body strength, exercise. Safely perform hundreds of exercises high school, college and recreational sport. Our increase flexibility, improve sports performance that build power, strength, flexibility, balance, instructor has both competition and coaching and help prevent injury. TRX helps build a posi- mobility, and prevent injuries, all at the inten- experience. Equipment provided. This class can tive self image and increase self confidence. sity you choose. be taken multiple times. Wear non-marking This class will be a fun, high energy experience. Mon/Wed, 8 Classes AGES 18+ ® TRX Suspension Training ® new Tues/Thurs, 6 classes AGES 12–17 $24 Class # Dates Time 22PFT101 June 12–28 10:00–11:00AM 22PFT102 July 10–26 10:00–11:00AM 22PFT103 July 31–Aug 16 10:00–11:00AM Young Elite Athlete Athletes can be born, but they can also be made. Motivated, hard-working kids that are dedicated and willing to be coached can be developed into elite athletes. Specialized small group training will focus on building the strength, endurance, speed and agility of young competitive athletes. Mon/Wed/Fri, 12 classes AGES 7–13 $78 Class # Dates Time 22PFT104 July 30–Aug 24 10:00–11:00AM Specialty Fitness Programs ® $32 Class # Dates Time 22PFT105 July 9–Aug 1 9:00–10:00AM 22PFT106 Aug 6–29 9:00–10:00AM Tues/Thurs, 8 Classes AGES 18+ Dates Time 22PFT107 July 10–Aug 2 9:00–10:00AM 22PFT108 Aug 7–30 9:00–10:00AM Wed/Fri, 8 Classes AGES 18+ monDAYS, 4 classes AGES 11+ Class # $32 Class # athletic shoes and loose clothing. Dates $36 Time 22PFT113 June 18–July 16* 6:00–6:55PM 22PFT114 6:00–6:55PM July 23–Aug 13 *No class July 2. Kroc Fencing Club $32 Join the newest club at The Kroc! Do you want Class # Dates Time to work to develop your skills in Fencing? Do 22PFT109 July 11–Aug 3 5:00–6:00AM you want to learn more about the three weap- new Family Boot Camp Come as a family to participate in fun, adventurous games and activities! Get fit and bond as a family while overcoming physical obstacles, participating in family-specific exercises, games, and problem solving activities all while having a blast! Children must be accompanied by a participating adult (18+). Enrollment fee is per person. Saturdays, 3 Classes AGES 7+ $9 Class # Dates Time 22PFT110 June 16–30 10:00–11:00AM 22PFT111 July 14–28 10:00–11:00AM 22PFT112 Aug 4–18 10:00–11:00AM ons used in fencing, the Foil, Sabre and Épée? This club is for you! Come practice techniques that will prepare you to compete in the Olympic Sport of Fencing! Prerequisite: Completion of The Kroc Center’s Learn to Fence program or similar fencing experience with instructor approval. Mondays, 4 classes AGES 11+ Class # Dates $36 Time 22PFT115 June 18–July 16* 7:00–7:55PM 22PFT116 7:00–7:55PM July 23–Aug 13 *No class July 2. Awareness Through Movement Explore movement with The Feldenkrais® Method and discover more functional ways to move. Learn to enjoy moving free from constraint, pain and unnecessary effort. Benefits include ease of motion in daily and profes- Looking for even more? sional life and increased range of motion. For The Kroc has over 100 Drop-in Options to Choose from. up and down from the floor. Perfect for active Fitness classes Basketball, Boot Camp, Extra Gentle Stretch and Tone, Group Fit, Group Strength, Indoor Cycling, Kids N’ Me Stretch and Tone, Low Intensity Stretch and Tone, NIA, Pickleball, Pilates, Shake & Tone, Soccer, Stretch & Tone, Turbo Kick®, Volleyball, Zumba®, & Zumba® Toning. Pick-up a Drop-in guide at the front desk or download one online at www.kroccda.org. 24 summer 2012 Aquatics classes Aqua Sculpt, Aqua Blast, Arthritis Aqua Fit, Arthritis Gentle Aerobics, Aqua Zumba®, Deep Water Cardio, Deep Water Running, Hydromaniacs, River Walk Class, Noodles & Wave Runners. this class, participants should be able to get older adults and people with injuries. This class benefits all ages! tuesdays, 4 classes AGES 15+ Class # Dates $20 Time 22PFT117 June 19–July 17* 9:30–10:30am 22PFT118 July 24–Aug 21** 9:30–10:30am *No class July 3. **No class Aug. 7. Flex Fee classes Masters Adult Swim Team Water 4 Lunch Looking for more adult programs? Take a peek at the Programs by Age index on page 30 to find the perfect program for you. fitness & climbing Climbing Programs Outdoor Climbing Programs kroc Personal climbing coaching: $20 per 1/2 hour New and beginning level climbers will learn Call 208.763.0648 for information. how to tie in and belay, proper foot and climb- K-Rock Kids Climbers ing techniques including lay backs and over- Introduction to Outdoor Rock Climbing hangs plus friction and dynamic reaches. Climbers will learn to safe- Climbers will learn safety, teamwork, balance, coordination, climbing etiquette, and com- Introduction to Rock Climbing fridays, 3 classes AGES 15+ ly top rope outdoor rock Time climbs at Q’emlin Park in Post Falls. Learned mands. Kroc certified instructors will teach and Class # coach to meet individual skill levels. 22PFT121 June 22–July 13* 7:00–8:00pm skills will include setting and removing top rope 22PFT122 7:00–8:00pm anchors, safely belaying, and rappelling. Climb- Saturdays, 6 classes AGES 7–10 $45 Class # Dates Time 22PFT119 June 23–Aug 4* 10:30AM–Noon *No class July 7. K-Rock ‘N Roll Climbers Climbing builds confidence, focus, and critical thinking skills. Learn safety and movement techniques for bouldering and rope climbing on The Kroc rock wall. Climbers of all ability levels are welcome. Kroc certified instructors will teach and coach to meet individual skill levels. Fridays, 6 classes AGES 11–14 $45 Class # Dates Time 22PFT120 June 22–Aug 3* 3:30–5:00PM *No class July 6. Dates $24 July 20–Aug 3 *No class July 6. ers will also gain familiarity with safe top rop- Kroc Lead Climbing Certification ing climbs at Q’emlin Park. Climbers will meet Climbers can now learn to safely lead indoor Prerequisites: Kroc top rope belay certification climbing routes at The Kroc Center. Partici- and the ability to climb 5.7. pants will acquire skills such as proper clipping saturdays, 3 classes AGES 18+ at the park 15 minutes prior to class beginning. $30 techniques, lead belaying, catching lead falls, Class # Dates Time taking down anchors and repelling. Prerequi- 22PFT125 July 14–28 9:00AM–Noon sites: Kroc top rope belay certification, the ability to competently climb 5.8, safe lead rope, and 8 quick draws. wednesdays, 2 classes AGES 15+ $20 Class # Dates Time 22PFT123 June 20–27 7:00–9:00pm 22PFT124 July 18–25 7:00–9:00pm Love to Climb? Pick-up a Drop-in Guide to see a schedule of open climb times. find the perfect treatment for you. Avanti Health is a leading edge multi-faceted health care practice that combines medical, neurology, chiropractic, massage and rehabilitation in a single setting. Neurology and Rehabilitation Electromyograms (EMGs) Medical Pain Management Injections/Nerve blocks Workman’s Compensation and Personal Injury Independent Medical Evaluations Medical Legal Services Anti-aging Techniques/Aesthetics Hormone Replacement Therapy Chiropractic Rehabilitation Nutrition Massage Therapeutic Massage Prenatal Massage Sports Massage Call today to schedule your appt: (208) 664-5225 KRoC MeMbeR sPeCIAl! fRee Consultation and Adjustment $ 2 vAl10 ue No purchase necessary. Show your Kroc membership card to receive discount. Expires September 9, 2012. av-health.com 850 W. Ironwood Drive, Suite 302, Coeur d’Alene, ID | 208-664-5225 summer 2012 25 summer June 1 thru 0 Sept. 3 Lunch Specials sandwiches Kroc Cafe is Located in the kroc lobby. specials start at 11am. limited quantities each day. Salad Mondays Summer Salad 5 50 $ Taco Tuesdays 5 50 $ Taco Salad Each week we will be featuring a differ- Various taco salads featuring shredded ent salad. Salads include a Grilled Harvest beef, chicken, or pork. Specialty salsa. Peach, Strawberry Gorgonzola & Grilled Some Tuesdays will feature Quesadillas Salmon Ceasar Salad and more. or a surprise Mexican entree. Soup Wednesdays 4 $ BLT Thursdays 5 50 $ Soup de jour Whole BLT Sandwich A new soup offering each week including Whole BLT Sandwich with your choice of bread summer classics and old favorites, paired with and condiments. Includes a side of Potato or a tasty side to compliment the main course. Pasta Salad or a bag of chips. 6 $ BBQ Fridays We will be barbecuing on the back patio every Friday. Each week will feature a different option. Could be cheeseburgers, brats, chicken or fish! Paired with a complimentary side and refreshing drink. Mary Louâ€™s Ice Cream Your Choice of a Cone or a Bowl 1 Scoop 2 Scoops 26 summer 2012 $2.50 $3.50 3 Scoops $4.50 Milkshake $4.50 Host your next event at The Kroc Center. Our unique gathering spaces are all housed under one giant roof and outfitted with state-of-the-art technical capabilities. • meetings • parties • theater performances • weddings • workshops • birthday parties • lectures • receptions • family reunions Our Special Events Department can provide a number of services to assist you with the planning and production of your event. For all rental inquiries, email specialevents@ kroccda.org, call 208.763.0616 or visit us online at www.kroccda.org/rentals.html. Book your next birthday party at The Kroc Center! or For 12 ers Swimm Lear www n more at or call .kroccda.org our party birthday lin 208.76 e at 3.0632 . For 10 Climbe rs Book yo ur pa rty by A u g 1 , 201 2 f or on ly $ 100 S av e $ 20 P l u s , g o l d m e m b er s To redeem coupon, bring to The Kroc Center front desk. Each party package includes 1 hr. in a party room, holding up to 21 guests. One coupon per household. No cash value. *10000058* *10000058* get a n a ddit io n a l 10% of f ! R eg Pr ic e $ 1 20 summer 2012 27 policies Kroc Center Policies Family Membership Definition One or two adults living in a household and dependents who are eligible up to the age of 19. At age 19, an individual with a disability or an elderly parent who is living in the same household will remain eligible for the Family membership. Verification of family status and residency may be required. For example: tax return, utility bill, health insurance, etc. Monthly Payments/ One-time Annual Payment Membership fees can be paid monthly via recurring credit card charge or electronic funds transfer (bank account debit). Prorated fees will be due at time of enrollment and may vary depending upon enrollment date. To complete electronic funds transfer process, a voided check must be provided with completed membership form. Membership fees for the following month will automatically be deducted from member bank account around the 20th of the current month. Any requested changes must be submitted prior to the 10th of the month in order to be processed for the following month. Annual payments may be paid in full by cash, check, major credit/debit card. Fees are equivalent to 12 monthly payments. The annual fee and required registration fee are due at time of enrollment. Insufficient Funds Policy There is a $20 charge for each insufficient funds transaction. This places your membership on hold until payment is received. Financial Assistance/ Scholarship Program Individuals, families, and seniors who cannot afford Kroc Center membership or fees for youth camps and/or group classes can apply for a discount. Eligibility for this program is based on income level. See page 5 for how to apply. Equipment Free use of athletic equipment including volleyballs & basketballs. See the front desk. Group/Personal Coach policy Public drop-in access is intended for inclusive recreational use; any external personal or group training/coaching is prohibited. Contact the rental department for specific group requests. Lockers Lockers are available at no charge. Guests are responsible for supplying their own lock and clearing locker after each use. The Salvation Army is not liable for lost or stolen property. 28 summer 2012 Membership Cancellation/ Change Policy Changes or cancellations to a membership must be submitted in writing using a “Cancellation/Change Form.” Changes will take effect immediately. Cancellations Membership fees are nonrefundable. In order to cancel a membership, members must submit a written request by the 10th day of the current month for it to become effective in the following month. If a member cancels or if membership payments lapse for more than 30 days, the appropriate registration fee will be charged to reopen the membership account. There is no fee charged for cancellation. Changes Any requested change that affects the billing of your membership must be submitted by the 10th of the month to be processed for the following month. If changes occur after the 10th of the month, please see the front desk for pro-rated amount. Membership downgrades and removal of family members are subject to a $20 change fee. Class and Program Cancellations Full payment is expected at the time of enrollment. No cash refunds are given unless the program is cancelled by The Kroc Center. The Kroc Center will determine if a class needs to be cancelled due to low enrollment 48 hours prior to the start of class. If the program is cancelled by The Kroc Center, you will be given the choice of a full credit or a cash refund. If you request to cancel your class enrollment five or more days prior to the first class, you will receive a full credit on a Kroc Center gift card minus a $5 processing fee or you may choose to transfer to another session if available. Requests made less than five days prior to the start date are not eligible for a refund or credit, except in the case of personal emergencies. No credits or pro-rated credits will be issued for missed days of camp or class due to illness, partial attendance, behavior issues, or any other reason. Gift Cards Gift Cards are available for purchase at the front desk and can be used by recipient to pay for memberships, class and program fees, facility rentals, merchandise, and cafe items. They cannot be used for class materials, theater & performance tickets, vendor events or non-Kroc sponsored events. Gift cards must be used within two years of purchase date, and are nonrefundable and cannot be exchanged for cash. Schedules, Pricing, Programming and Policies subject to change without notice. Kroc Safety Information The Salvation Army is dedicated to keeping children and vulnerable adults safe from physical, emotional and sexual harm. We refer to our safety efforts as “Protecting The Mission.” Protecting The Mission guidelines ensure The Kroc Corps Community Center emphasizes safety in the following ways: • Salvation Army personnel (officers, employees and volunteers) are trained in child abuse prevention and are mandated reporters of suspected child/vulnerable adult abuse. • Salvation Army personnel undergo criminal background checks. • Adults accessing the facility may be screened against public sexual offender registry. • The Kroc Center maintains video surveillance of the facility 24 hours a day. • Instructors are trained in appropriate interactions with Kroc members to enhance learning by creating a safe and inviting environment. • Programs involving children are closely monitored to ensure adequate supervision and safe interactions between Kroc personnel and children. • In order to promote a safe and secure environment, The Salvation Army Kroc Center has placed video cameras in various locations. As part of our commitment to the safety of children and vulnerable persons, The Salvation Army Kroc Center reserves the right to consult public sources to determine whether any member or guest of any member poses an unreasonable risk of harm to its patrons, staff, or visitors. • The Kroc Center constantly adapts and enhances safety protocols to adjust to needs. Members and guest are encouraged to report suspicious behavior. Forms for anonymous reporting, called Confidential Notices of Concern, are available at the Front Desk. The Salvation Army Kroc Center reserves the right to remove from the facility and terminate the membership of any member who fails to comply with any posted rules and regulation or otherwise breaches the Code of Conduct, in which case member will not be entitled to a refund of dues. Index Programs by Date July (cont.) June JUNE 5 JUNE 5 JUNE 5 JUNE 10 JUNE 11 JUNE 11 JUNE 11 JUNE 11 JUNE 11 JUNE 12 JUNE 12 JUNE 12 JUNE 12 JUNE 12 JUNE 12 JUNE 13 JUNE 16 JUNE 18 JUNE 18 JUNE 18 JUNE 18 JUNE 18 JUNE 18 JUNE 18 JUNE 18 JUNE 19 JUNE 20 JUNE 20 JUNE 20 JUNE 20 JUNE 20 JUNE 20 JUNE 22 JUNE 22 JUNE 22 JUNE 23 JUNE 23 Youth Theater: Underwater Adventures.................................. 12 Tri Endurance............................... 18 Tri Swim Smart............................. 18 English Channel Swim................. 20 Youth Swim Lessons Start.......19–20 Kroc Swim Squad........................ 20 Adult Swim Lessons..................... 21 Lifeguarding................................ 21 Community CPR.......................... 16 Kroc Water Ballet......................... 22 Adult Fitness Swim...................... 21 Junior Water Polo........................ 22 Youth TRX® Suspension Training®.. 24 Overcoming Depression............... 16 Bible 101..................................... 10 Lifeguard Management................ 21 Family Boot Camp....................... 24 CPR Professional Rescuer............. 16 Jr Guard: Professional Rescuer...... 22 Acoustic Guitar I & II.................... 14 Art and Church Experience.......... 11 Learn to Fence............................. 24 Kroc Fencing Club....................... 24 Intro to Script Writing.................. 13 Introduction to Live Sound........... 13 Introduction to Home Recording.. 13 Kroc Lead Climbing Certification.. 25 Youth Jazz................................... 13 Awareness Through Movement... 24 Tiny Tots & Tot Time..................... 16 Prayer.......................................... 16 Basic Video Editing...................... 13 K-Rock N Roll Climbers................ 25 Intro to Rock Climbing................. 25 Breakdancing............................... 13 K-Rock Kids Climbers................... 25 Intro to Outdoor Photography...... 11 July JULY 3 JULY 3 JULY 9 JULY 9 JULY 9 JULY 9 JULY 9 JULY 9 JULY 10 JULY 10 JULY 10 JULY 10 Tri Endurance............................... 18 Tri Swim Smart............................. 18 Youth Swim Lessons Start.......19–20 Kroc Swim Squad........................ 20 Adult Swim Lessons..................... 21 Community CPR.......................... 16 TRX® Suspension Training® .......... 24 Outdoor On-site Sketch & Paint .. 11 Kroc Water Ballet......................... 22 Adult Fitness Swim...................... 21 Junior Water Polo........................ 22 Youth TRX® Suspension Training®.24 JULY 10 JULY 11 JULY 11 JULY 14 JULY 14 JULY 15 JULY 16 JULY 16 JULY 16 JULY 16 JULY 18 JULY 18 JULY 20 JULY 23 JULY 23 JULY 23 JULY 23 JULY 23 JULY 24 JULY 25 JULY 25 JULY 25 JULY 16 JULY 28 JULY 30 JULY 30 JULY 30 JULY 30 JULY 31 JULY 31 JULY 31 JULY 31 pAgE Outdoor Off-site Sketch & Paint .. 11 TRX® Suspension Training®........... 24 Buzzin’ Bee Garden Superhero..... 15 Intro to Outdoor Rock Climbing... 25 Family Boot Camp....................... 24 Kroc Church Membership............ 10 CPR Professional Rescuer............. 16 Youth Theater: Summer Fun!....... 12 Common Cents I......................... 15 Jr. Guard: Waterfront Lifeguarding................................ 22 Kroc Lead Climbing Certification.. 25 How to Handle Emotional Conversations.............................. 16 Intro to Rock Climbing................. 25 Acoustic Guitar I & II.................... 14 Learn to Fence............................. 24 Kroc Fencing Club....................... 24 Common Cents II......................... 15 Intro to Script Writing.................. 13 Awareness Through Movement... 24 The Great Plant Escape................ 15 Tiny Rockers & Rock N’ Rollers..... 16 Basic Video Editing...................... 13 CPR Professional Rescuer............. 16 Intro to Outdoor Photography...... 11 Youth Swim Lessons Start.......19–20 Kroc Swim Squad........................ 20 Adult Swim Lessons..................... 21 Young Elite Athlete...................... 24 Kroc Water Ballet......................... 22 Adult Fitness Swim...................... 21 Junior Water Polo........................ 22 Youth TRX® Suspension Training® .24 August AUG 4 AUG 4 AUG 6 AUG 6 AUG 6 AUG 13 AUG 13 AUG 13 AUG 13 AUG 13 AUG 15 AUG 17 AUG 20 AUG 27 Family Boot Camp....................... 24 Scrapbook Bootcamp................... 14 Community CPR.......................... 16 TRX® Suspension Training® .......... 24 Clay Hand Building...................... 11 CPR Professional Rescuer............. 16 Jr Guard: Scout Lifesaving............ 22 Drawing ..................................... 11 LEGOS: Cool and Crazy Cars........ 12 LEGOS: Solar, Pneumatic & Motorized Mechanisms................ 12 Let’s Cook & Learn Etiquette........ 15 Basketball Tournament................. 23 Painting....................................... 11 Print Making................................ 11 Monthly Programs pAgE Masters Adult Swim Team............................. 21 Water 4 Lunch.............................................. 21 Sundae Sunday............................................. 10 Adult Water Polo ......................................... 22 The Connection: Youth Group...................... 10 Women’s Bible Study...................................... 9 Chapel.......................................................... 10 Plus! 100 Drop-in Options to Choose from. Aquatics classes Aqua Sculpt, Aqua Blast, Arthritis Aqua Fit, Arthritis Gentle Aerobics, Aqua Zumba®, Deep Water Cardio, Deep Water Running, Hydromaniacs, River Walk Class, Noodles & Wave Runners. Fitness classes Basketball, Boot Camp, Extra Gentle Stretch and Tone, Group Fit, Group Strength, Indoor Cycling, Kids N’ Me Stretch and Tone, Low Intensity Stretch and Tone, NIA, Pickleball, Pilates, Shake & Tone, Soccer, Stretch & Tone, Turbo Kick®, Volleyball, Zumba®, & Zumba® Toning. Flex Fee classes Masters Adult Swim Team Water 4 Lunch Pick-up a Drop-in guide at the front desk or download one online at www.kroccda.org. summer 2012 29 Index Programs by Age Ages 0-4 years Page LEGOS: Cool and Crazy Cars..................... 12 Swim Lessons...................................... 19–20 Sundae Sunday......................................... 10 Tot Time & Tiny Tots.................................. 16 Tiny Rockers & Rock ‘n’ Rollers.................. 16 Ages 5-10 years Breakdancing............................................ 13 Buzzin’ Bee Garden Superhero.................. 15 Family Boot Camp..................................... 24 Kroc Swim Squad...................................... 20 K-Rock Kids Climbers................................ 25 LEGOS: Solar, Pneumatic and Motorized Mechanisms................ 12 Let’s Cook & Learn Etiquette..................... 15 The Great Plant Escape............................. 15 Young Elite Athlete................................... 24 Youth Art Workshops................................ 11 Youth Jazz................................................ 13 Youth Theater: Underwater Adventures.... 12 Youth Theater: Summer Fun!.................... 12 Ages 11 and up Acoustic Guitar I & 2................................. 14 Art and Church Experience....................... 11 Bible 101.................................................. 10 Junior Guard Camps................................. 22 Ages 11 and up (cont.) Page Junior Water Polo..................................... 22 Kroc Church Membership......................... 10 Kroc Water Ballet...................................... 22 K-Rock N Roll Climbers............................. 25 Learn to Fence & Kroc Fencing Club.......... 24 Money Camp............................................ 15 Outdoor Sketch and Paint On-site............. 11 Prayer....................................................... 16 Press On................................................... 17 The Connection: Youth Group.................. 10 Youth TRX® Suspension Training® ............. 24 Ages 15 and up Awareness Through Movement................. 24 Basic Video Editing................................... 13 Chapel...................................................... 10 Community CPR....................................... 16 Community Groups.................................... 9 Common Cents I & II................................. 15 Country Line Dancing............................... 13 CPR Professional Rescuer.......................... 16 English Channel Swim............................... 20 How to Handle Emotional Conversations 16 Intro to Rock Climbing.............................. 25 Intro to Script Writing............................... 13 Kroc Lead Climbing Certification............... 25 Keep your yard trim & terrific this summer. Featuring cutting edge innovation on our Craftsman Lawn And Garden equipment as well as lowest prices—Craftsman Guarantees it. 5 $ off Offer valid at Hanley Ave Sears, Coeur d’Alene, ID only. No cash value. Must show Kroc membership card. Not valid with any other offer. Ages 15 and up (cont.) Ages 18 and up Adult Water Polo...................................... 22 Adult Basketball Tournament.................... 23 Adult Fitness Swim.................................... 21 Adult Swim Lessons.................................. 21 Intro to Home Recording........................... 13 Intro to Live Sound.................................... 13 Intro to Outdoor Photography................... 11 Intro to Outdoor Rock Climbing................ 25 Masters Adult Swim Team......................... 21 Outdoor Off-site Sketch and Paint ............ 11 TRX® Suspension Training®........................ 24 Women’s Bible Study.................................. 9 KR MEM OC SPE BER CIA L! Your next purchase of $ 50 or more at View our brochure in The Kroc lobby for great deals all year round! Plus, ut for look o nly o invite- s! event www.sears.com 200 W Hanley Avenue Coeur d’Alene, ID | 208-772-1353 30 summer 2012 Page Lifeguarding Waterpark 21 Lifeguard Management............................. 21 Overcoming Depression............................ 16 Scrapbook Bootcamp................................ 14 Tri Endurance............................................ 18 Tri Swim Smart.......................................... 18 Water 4 Lunch.......................................... 21 Age Quick Reference The Kroc Center: A great place to grow. This chart represents facility age policies. Our number one priority is safety of all our members. All age limitations are designed and enforced with this thought in mind. kroc activity 0-6 yrs 7-10 11-12 13-14 15-17 yrs yrs yrs yrs Play Care With Adult On-Site Cove Pool With Adult Supervision In Water Indoor Playground With Adult Supervision Rock Climbing With Adult Supervision/Waiver on File Walk/Jog Track With Supervision (15+) The Zone and Gym With Supervision (15+) Competition Pool With Adult On-Deck Cove Pool With Supervision On-Deck (15+) 7-10 Play Care With Adult On-Site Competition Pool Rec Swim Without Adult With Deep Water Swim Test Check-In Without Adult The Zone Without Adult Gym Without Adult Cove Pool Rec Swim Without Adult Walk/Jog Track Without Adult Rock Climb Without Adult/Waiver on File Competition Pool Lap Swim Without Adult Group Exercise Class With Adult Open Aqua/Open River With Adult Fitness Machines With Smart Start Class Fitness Machines and Free Weights With Adult Belay Certification/Waiver on File Fitness Machines and Free Weights Without Adult Group Exercise Class Without Adult Open Aqua/Open River Without Adult Code of Conduct & Discipline Policy In order to facilitate positive life experiences while at The Kroc Center, mutual respect between members, guests, and staff is required at all times. Failure to observe these policies will result in disciplinary action and/or termination of membership privileges. Center personnel have the right to refuse service to anyone deemed disruptive or abusive. The Kroc Center reserves the right to conduct background checks on all members and day pass users. 1 | C hildren under the age of 11 must be accompanied in The Kroc Center. See age chart to left for more information. 2 | R efrain from the use of foul language, abusive actions, and inappropriate behavior. 3 | L ost membership cards must be reported and replaced within 30 days. There is a $5 fee to replace a membership card. 4 | No one under the age of 13 is allowed in the Fitness Area unless participating in a Kroc Center program or class. Members 13â€“14 may use the Fitness Area after successfully passing the Smart Start for Teens program or with a participating adult. 5 | C lothing including shirt and shoes must be worn in all areas outside of pools and sun deck. No swimwear or wet clothing is allowed outside of aquatic areas. Proper workout attire is required in fitness area (no street shoes or jeans.) Any clothing, including logos or messages on apparel, must be acceptable in a family setting. 6 | B icycles, roller blades, skateboards, scooters or pets (excluding service animals) will not be allowed inside the facility. 7 | A lcohol and/or drugs are not allowed anywhere on the premises. 8 | S moking and/or use of any type of smokeless tobacco products are prohibited in the facility or on facility grounds. 9 | W eapons of any kind are not permitted on the premises. 10 | W ith exceptions to special dietary restrictions, outside food is not allowed at The Salvation Army Kroc Center. 11 | T he Kroc Center reserves the right to terminate membership in response to any immoral or illegal activity by a member. The Kroc Center considers a parent/guardian or anyone 18 or older an adult, when supervising children. summer 2012 31 er c summ o r K p Cam mps, PG. 7. day ca Young Elit Athlete, PGe . 24. , essons swim l21 pg. 19– 100 Drop-in Options to choose from. Pick-up a Drop-in Fitness Schedule at the front desk or download one at www.kroccda.org. www.kroccda.org 208.667.1865 | 1765 W Golf Course Rd Coeur d’Alene, ID | 83815 32 summer 2012 Parent s& Toddle rs, pg. 16