James City County Parks and Recreation Winter/ Spring Activities Brochure 2010
Whether you prefer the great outdoors or the warmer inside, there’s something special for you and every member of your family in this Winter/Spring 2010 edition of the Destination Recreation Activity Brochure from James City County VA . The details are all inside.
James City County Division of Parks and Recreation Destination Recreation Winter/Spring 2010 l January-May www.jccEgov.com/recreation Pho Contetso t! se e page 47 Destination Recreation EXPO We Have It All! Story inside Family Fun Fest l Teen Trips l Senior Connection Welcome! James City County Parks and Recreation welcomes the New Year and all the possibilities it brings for you and your family to live healthier and happier! In our programs and at our parks and facilities, we’re making improvements and extending our offerings. We especially want to thank all patrons of the James City/Williamsburg Community Center for your patience and continued patronage during the renovations at that facility. The improvements, many a direct response to your feedback, are complete and impressive - pool area upgrades including tiling, renovation of the men’s and women’s locker rooms, and re-carpeting, tiling and painting throughout the building. We’re excited about our new look, thankful the work is done, and hope you’ll find it all well worth the time. If you haven’t had a chance to stop by the Center, please visit soon. To welcome you back and to meet new citizens, we’ve scheduled an Open House, complete with tours, class demonstrations, and more. Mark your calendar for this event, to be combined with our annual Destination Recreation Expo, on Saturday, February 20, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Center. The Destination Recreation Expo is one of our most popular events, offering a look at all of the programs, parks and facilities available through Parks and Recreation. This is also a first preview and early sign-up period for our summer programs and camps. The Expo is a one-day, one-stop chance to learn about all the summer activities offered through Parks and Recreation and our programming partners. Come meet Park and Recreation staff members along with representatives from all of the local athletic leagues – we have lots of information to share about our recreation activities and services. Our camps fill quickly, so please take advantage of this very special occasion! Also, be sure to mark February 5 on your calendar, the first day for citizens to register for our ever popular “Rec Connect” program. 2 Returning favorite events include the Easter Egg Extraganza, Family Fun Fest, and a variety of family fun outings! Winter/Spring 2010 In preparation for Parks and Recreation month, we’re hosting a Great Photography Contest! We hope you’ll take a shot at it, look for the details on page 47. Whether you prefer the great outdoors or the warmer inside, there’s something special for you and every member of your family in this Winter/Spring 2010 edition of the Destination Recreation Activity Brochure. The details are all inside. In closing, from all of us in Parks and Recreation, we wish you and your family a joyous holiday season and a happy 2010! John H. Carnifax, Jr., CPRP, Acting Director Our Mission We work in partnership with citizens to ensure responsive programs, facilities and open space which promote personal growth, social development and healthy lifestyles. Fee Schedule Residents of James City County and the City of Williamsburg qualify for discounted rates on all programs. Throughout the brochure, look for the resident fee listed next to the regular fee. This Edition Online Only This Winter/Spring 2010 edition of the Parks and Recreation Destination Recreation Activity Brochure is available online only, supporting the County’s ongoing efforts to reduce paper and mailing costs. Readers can download a copy from the County’s homepage at www.jccEgov.com, under “What’s New in James City County.” For those who need internet access, public computers are available at the Williamsburg Library, 515 Scotland Street and the James City County Library, 7770 Croaker Road. A special kiosk is now also available at the James City/ Williamsburg Community Center. The Summer 2010 edition of Destination Recreation will be available on Wednesday, April 14. James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation About the Cover of Parks and County Division Recreation Destination Recreation James City w Life’s busy, and we’re all short on time…but there’s help when it comes to filling the fun days of summer for your child! Whether you need a safe, fun place for your children while you’re working, or you’re looking for that specialty camp or athletic program for your child to participate in, we have it. After this one-day opportunity, you’ll have wait until April 14 to register for most programs! The Expo is free, and will be held Saturday, February 20, 9am-1pm at the James City/ Williamsburg Community Center, 5301 Longhill Road. Photo Contest! -May 10 l January Winter/Spring 20 on /recreati m o c . v o g ww.jccE see page 46 creation Destination Re EXPO ll! We Have ItStorAy inside s t l Teen Trip Family Fun Fes tion l Senior Connec Table of Contents Fee Schedule.................................................................2 Special Events...............................................................4 Rec Connect..................................................................6 Youth..............................................................................8 Holiday Programs..........................................................9 Outdoors......................................................................10 Teens........................................................................... 11 Inclusion/Therapeutic Recreation...............................13 Arthritis Foundation Programs....................................14 Adults..........................................................................15 Dance..........................................................................17 Sports and Athletics...................................................19 For the Health of It......................................................21 Affiliated Organizations...............................................22 Health and Fitness......................................................23 Senior Connection.......................................................28 Aquatics......................................................................29 Community Centers....................................................36 2007 Legacy Hall.........................................................39 Parks............................................................................40 Give Us a Call/Location Key........................................45 Parks and Recreation News........................................46 Great Photography Contest.........................................47 Volunteer.....................................................................49 Registration Info..........................................................50 www.jccEgov.com/recreation Pictured left to right: Owner Nancy Scott with Nugget, a therapy dog with K9 Connection, joins Sofia and Keira to promote the Destination Recreation Expo. A therapy dog since 2001, Nugget is very involved with school programs and enjoys visits to local healthcare centers. Coming this Winter My Place! Playgrounds are a place where children can come together to play, yell, swing, imagine. They are places where life lessons are learned – challenge, risk, cooperation and conflict resolution. Yet for too many families, playgrounds have become inaccessible due to physical limitations. My Place is inclusive, specially designed to welcome all individuals and families regardless of ability. “My Place” includes all the features of a traditional playground – swings, a merry-go-round, climbing equipment and some features very unique to the Historic Triangle area. At My Place, all children play together – without bounds or judgments. Come visit My Place, located adjacent to the James City/Williamsburg Community Center, 5301 Longhill Road. My Place is a privatelyfunded project completed by the Leadership Historic Triangle Class of 2009. To learn more, visit http://myplaceplayground.camp9.org. James City County Parks and Recreation Winter/Spring 2010 3 Community Recreation Special Family Events Destination Recreation Expo Saturday, February 20, 9am-1pm FREE James City/Williamsburg Community Center The James City /Williamsburg community is invited to attend the Destination Recreation Expo and spend a few hours learning about all the recreational programs and services available to you and your family. The Expo will be filled with fun demonstrations and activities along with exhibits offering valuable information to help participants make good decisions on nutrition and fitness, sports participation choices, and yes, summer camps! Informational booths, interactive demonstrations, hands-on activities, and raffles are just a few great features of this community event. We’ll have games and activities to keep your children entertained while you gather information about summer camp opportunities, sports classes and leagues, outdoor programs, aquatic programs, special events, County parks and facilities, Rec Connect, and inclusion programs. Dogs are great therapy... come learn more during the 2010 Expo! All local athletic leagues will be represented with information on how to join their program and there will be other recreation providers present to share their information. Discover all that JCC Parks and Recreation and our community partners have to offer! Saturday, March 13, 6:30-9:30pm $3/person, 12 and younger FREE! James City/Williamsburg Community Center Photos The Parks and Recreation staff takes photos and video of participants enrolled in our programs, classes, at our parks and facilities, and at special events. These photos or videos may be used in our brochures, advertising or other publications. If you do not wish to have your picture taken or to appear in a video, please immediately tell our photographers! 4 Winter/Spring 2010 Time for a little March madness – both on the court and off! Break out of the winter blahs and have some FUN! Join us for 3 hours of family fun creating awesome arts and crafts, searching for the lost leprechaun, “spring”ing to life in the gym, playing a little b-ball, challenging your family on the Wii, and more! Pre-register or pay at the door. 403040-A James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation Saturday, April 3, FREE Warhill Sports Complex 10am.....................walking to 2 years 10:20am...............................3-4 years 10:40am............................... 5-7 years James River Community Center 1pm.......................walking to 7 years An “eggs”ceptional day to remember! With over 10,000 eggs for your children to hunt, this event is one to see (and be a part of)! Hunts are divided by age and held on the soccer fields at the Warhill Sports Complex and James River Elementary School. Participants will also enjoy face painting, balloon animals, inflatable rides, food and fun! Co-sponsored by Williamsburg Parks and Recreation. Saturday, May 15, 11am-3pm $3/car parking fee Chickahominy Riverfront Park Community Recreation Easter Egg Extravaganza Bring the kids (and the neighbors too!) for a FUN-filled family day at our waterfront park! You will be offered a chance to embark on an exciting day of hands-on activities in the Messy Zone; rides, a petting zoo, pony rides and more in the Laugh Out Loud Zone; JCC Fire Department Fire Awareness in the Brighten You Up Zone; and Health and Wellness and educational activities in the Good For You Zone. Live family entertainment to include storytellers, dancers, and music that will keep your feet tapping and your heart pumping! Enjoy lunch, picnic style, provided by our food vendors. Families enjoy the egg-citing Easter Egg Extravaganza! Club Rec Night (for teens only, grades 6-9) Friday, April 16, 8:30-11pm, $8/student Williamsburg Indoor Sports Complex (WISC) Food, Music, Friends – what else do you need! Hang out, challenge each other on the Wii, play b-ball, soccer or dance. This is the place to be, so don’t miss it! School ID and appropriate clothing required. F 4/16 8:30-11pm $8/student WISC 404300-A Arts and crafts are just part of the fun of Family Fun Fest! www.jccEgov.com/recreation James City County Parks and Recreation Winter/Spring 2010 5 Youth Rec Connect connecting youth, families and community since 1986! Yes…we’re still accepting applications for the current year’s Before and After School Programs! Below is important information on upcoming summer and school year programs. The REC Connect School Age Program has been providing quality summer camps and before and after school programs to our community for more than 20 years! This program is offered year-round in Williamsburg-James City County elementary and middle schools. Registration forms and program information are available for download at www.jccEgov.com/ recreation or call the Rec Connect Info Line at 259-3170 for additional information. One registration packet may be used for both the summer camp and the Before and After School Programs. Rec Connect Summer Camp 2010 Ages 5-14 (must have completed kindergarten) June 21 - August 27, Monday-Friday, 7am-6pm at five elementary schools (locations to be determined) and two middle schools. In observance of holidays, programs may not operate on specific days. Summer Camp Priority Registration Deadline: May 7: Applications are accepted after the deadline on a space available basis. Please allow two weeks for processing. Summer Camp Weekly Fees:* Part-time: three days or less – $80/week ($75 for JC/W residents) + field trip fees Full-time: four or five days – $95/week ($90 for JC/W residents) + field trip fees $10 discount for second child attending full time. *Fees are subject to change. Rec Connect Before and After School 2010-11 Summer camp participants enjoy a variety of class offerings through the Rec Connect program. Rec Connect School Age Programs 2010-2011 6 Dependable and safe fun, games galore, fun fitness activities, creative crafts, interactive reading, team projects, drama, music, environmental education, swimming and field trips are just a few great features of this program! In addition, our programs include state licensure, partnerships with the WilliamsburgJames City County S.H.I.P (School Health Initiative Project), the JCC Police Department’s GREAT and RadKids Programs, the Williamsburg Regional Library, 4-H/Extension and many others who help us keep our programming new, fun and exciting for your children. Winter/Spring 2010 Ages 5-14 (must be enrolled in grades k-8) September 7 to the end of the school year at all elementary schools (Clara Byrd Baker, D.J. Montague, James River, Matoaka, Matthew Whaley, Norge, Rawls Byrd and Stonehouse). The middle schools (Berkeley and Toano) offer an After School program only. James Blair students are transported to Berkeley each school day. Monday-Friday: Before School, 7am until school starts After School, school dismissal - 6pm Program operating hours are subject to change based on W-JCC school operating hours. Before and After School Registration Priority Deadline: August 6. Applications are accepted after the deadline on a space available basis. Please allow two weeks for processing. James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation Youth Rec Connect Program Fees Elementary Before and After School 2010-11 weekly fees*: Before School – $35 After School – $45 Before and After School – $65 Coupon punch card: $130 (10-visit/daily program: one Before or After School visit per punch). Middle School After School 2010-11 weekly fees*: After School – $40 Coupon punch card: $100 (10-visit /daily program) *Fees are subject to change. Financial Assistance Program: Discounts of 15-75% are available to any qualified resident based on total income. For more information, call 259-5416. Field trips to local attractions are a big part of the Rec Connect program. Registration Mail-in registration: begins Friday, February 5 for residents only. Non-residents may apply starting Friday, February 12. Program registration fees: $40/child ($35/child for JC/W residents) initial registration fee (non-refundable) + weekly payment fees. Registrations are taken on a first-come, first-served basis according to postmark date and space availability. Forms are available at the JCWCC, JRCC, Satellite Services in Toano and online at www.jccEgov.com/recreation. Please allow up to seven days for processing. All applications and forms must be mailed to: James City County Parks and Recreation 5300 Palmer Lane, Suite 1A Williamsburg, Virginia 23188 Summer camp participants enjoy a variety of class offerings through the Rec Connect program. No drop off registrations will be accepted. New registrants must turn in a copy of each child’s latest physical and immunization records and birth certificate in addition to the registration packet. Fees Please note: Parks and Recreation fees are subject to annual review and possible adjustment on July 1 of each year. www.jccEgov.com/recreation Rec Connect campers enjoy a cool treat on hot summer day! James City County Parks and Recreation Winter/Spring 2010 7 Preschool, Youth, and Teens Special Interest U Can Play, Too – Piano Lessons (ages 7-12) Explore and play while learning the Alfred method on digital pianos to improve memorization and small motor skills. Your child will have a blast exploring their natural abilities at their own pace. Both children and their parents find it truly rewarding when a child reaches a pre-set goal or milestone such as learning a new song, performing in front of others or just finding enjoyment in music. Instructor: Leslie Michael. (ages 7-9 – Session 1) 9-10am $55/$50 P&O Outlet 201140-A Sat 2/6-2/27 9-10am $55/$50 P&O Outlet 202140-A Sat 3/6-3/27 9-10am $55/$50 P&O Outlet 203140-A (ages 7-9 – Session 2) Learning to play the piano is a rewarding talent! Byte Size Learning Computer Class (ages 2 1/2 - 7) Surf, Explore, Discover…be a computer detective on a learning adventure to imaginative places such as the Email Trail or Internet Island! Help prepare your child with the skills they’ll need for the future! No need for your child to ever have used a computer before this class. From the very first class, children receive more than just computer basics. Each experience integrates sophisticated technology concepts such as E-mail and the Internet in an age-appropriate way that even our youngest students understand and enjoy. Each child will have their own computer (provided) where they work on Imagine Tomorrow® software designed specifically for each mission. Advancing at their own pace, children proudly apply new technology skills to solve problems and accomplish their goal. When class ends, children continue to enjoy their mission from home with online software activities that correspond to the current lesson. For more information, please visit http://www.bytesizelearningllc.com. Class size is limited. Instructor: Barbara Elliott. Session I (ages 2 1/2 - 3) F 1/8-2/26 9-10am $95/$90 JCWCC 201200-A Session I (3 -7) F 1/8-2/26 5:30-6:30pm $95/$90 JCWCC 201200-B Session II (ages 2 1/2 - 3) F 3/5-4/30* 9-10am $95/$90 JCWCC 203200-A *no class 4/2 Session II (ages 3-7) F 3/5-4/30* 5:30-6:30pm $95/$90 JCWCC 203200-B 8 Sat 1/9-1/30 (ages 7-9 – Session 3) (ages 10-12 - Session 1) Sat 1/9-1/30 10:15-11:15am $55/$50 P&O Outlet 201140-B (ages 10-12 - Session 2) Sat 2/6-2/27 10:15-11:15am $55/$50 P&O Outlet 202140-B (ages 10-12 - Session 3) Sat 3/6-3/27 10:15-11:15am $55/$50 P&O Outlet 203140-B Regency Lifestyle Craft Class (ages 12-18) Perfect for homeschoolers! Do you enjoy Jane Austen films and early American lifestyle? Are you interested in handmade crafts related to this lifestyle? Each participant will learn the skills needed to make freshwater pearl necklaces, silhouette portraits, paper fans, perfumes, sachets, and penmanship. Revive these lost arts and meet others who enjoy this lifestyle. Look on page 17 for the English Country Dance class as a companion class, and make a day of Regency Living! Materials fee: $25 per student payable to Instructor Rebecca Suerdieck. Session 1 Th 1/21-2/25 1-3pm $25/$20 JCWCC 201070-A Session 2 Th 3/11-4/15 1-3pm $25/$20 JCWCC 203070-A Register Early! Nothing cancels a great class quicker than waiting until the last minute to register. If minimum registration isn’t met by targeted dates, the course may be cancelled. You may also bring a friend to ensure enrollment figures are met! *no class 4/2 Winter/Spring 2010 James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation Holiday Break Program 2009 (grades K-5) December 23, 28, 29, 30, 31: 7am-6pm Full-time (4 or 5 days): $90/$85 + daily field trip fees Part-time (1 to 3 days): $70/$65 + daily field trip fees Games, fun fitness activities, creative crafts, team projects, interactive reading, music and daily field trips are just a few great camp features! Registration forms are available at www.jccEgov.com/recreation and at the JCWCC, JRCC and the Satellite Services Office on a first-come, first-served basis. Payment is only accepted at the JCWCC, JRCC and the Satellite Services Office. Bring lunch daily. Field trip fees extra. Space is limited. MW 71222-A 2010 Spring Break Programs Little Tykes Camp (preschool ages 3-5) Dramatic play stations, creative crafts, interactive stories and songs, music and movement, and themed related circle time and activities are just a few features of a fun-filled week of adventure. Your preschoolers will stay busy exploring the world around them through structured activities. Each day will start with greet and meet time, continuing with a theme-related circle time with stories, music and movement, arts and crafts, games, and a mid morning snack. Special activities include Thursday swimming. Children must be potty-trained. Instructor: Felicia Norman. M-Th 4/5-4/8 8:30-11:30am $60/$55 JCWCC 700090-A Byte Size Learning Spring Break Camp (ages 3-7) Surf, Explore, Discover… be a computer detective on a learning adventure to imaginative places such as the Email Trail or Internet Island! Help prepare your child with the skills they’ll need for the future! No need for your child to ever have used a computer before this class. From the very first class, children receive more than just computer basics. Each experience integrates sophisticated technology concepts such as E-mail and the Internet in an age-appropriate way that even our youngest students understand and enjoy. Each child will have their own computer (provided) where they work on Imagine Tomorrow® software designed specifically for each mission. Advancing at their own pace, children proudly apply new technology skills to www.jccEgov.com/recreation solve problems and accomplish their goal. When class ends, children continue to enjoy their mission from home with online software activities that correspond to the current lesson. For more information, please visit http://www.bytesizelearningllc.com. Please bring a snack and drink daily. Class size is limited. Instructor: Barbara Elliott. ages 3-5 M-Th 4/5-4/8 9am-noon $100/$95 JRCC 204200-A ages 6-7 M-Th 4/5-4/8 1-4pm $100/$95 JRCC 204200-B Spring Break Program 2010 (grades K-5) Monday-Friday, April 5-9, 7am-6pm Full-time (4-5 days): $90/$85 + daily field trip fees Part-time (1-3 days): $70/$65 + daily field trip fees Preschool, Youth, and Teens Holiday Programs Dependable and safe fun, games galore, fun fitness activities, creative crafts, interactive reading, team projects, music, and daily field trips are just a few great camp features! Bring lunch daily. Forms will be available and registrations accepted online at www.jccEgov.com and at the JCWCC, JRCC and the Satellite Services Office beginning Monday, March 8 on a first-come, first-served basis. Space is limited. CBB Norge RB 970405-A 970405-B 970405-C Junior 4-H Spring Break Camp (ages 9-12) Experience traditional camp classes such as teambuilding initiatives, GPS/orienteering, outdoor living skills, camp fire building, model rocketry, swimming and more. Participants will spend the morning participating in selected classes. Then, they will spend the afternoon playing sports and organized games, building and launching rockets, participating in campfires, and having fun! Campers must bring lunch and a water bottle each day and they must dress in appropriate outdoor clothing, including tennis shoes. Max. 20 participants. Swimming will be held at the JCWCC. Sponsored by 4-H. Instructor: Jeremy Johnson, 4-H Extension Agent. M-F 4/5-4/9 10am-2pm $95/$90 JCWCC 804220-A Teen Spring Break Happenings (grades 6-12) For complete descriptions, see page 12. Spring Break Sports Camps (ages 7-14) For complete descriptions, see page 20. James City County Parks and Recreation Winter/Spring 2010 9 All Ages Outdoor Adventures Outdoor Fun! JCC Parks and Recreation strives to offer programs that encourage youth and families to get outside and play, as part of the nationwide “No Child Left Inside” initiative. The benefits of outdoor play are numerous, including promoting an active lifestyle and discovering healthy interests, improving environmental awareness, decreasing restlessness, expanding physical abilities, and fully developing children’s senses. Therefore, we implement elements of outdoor recreation into all of our programming, including aquatics, sports and athletics, health and wellness, camps and classes, special events, and Before and After School Programs. Paddling Day Trip (all ages and abilities) Trip includes a short instructional program followed by a leisurely canoe/kayak ride around Little Creek Reservoir Park. Canoes, kayaks, paddles and life jackets provided. Children 10 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Instructor: Suzi Blanchard. Sat 5/22 8:30-11:30am $15/$10 LCR 805500-A Tuesday Turtles (ages 3-5) Gulp down a dose of nature, fun and games for your preschooler! We’ll learn what our natural world has to offer through playing, singing and more. Each class will include an outdoor hike and a craft to take home. Dress in appropriate clothing and bring a snack and drink. Instructor: Suzi Blanchard. T 5/4-5/25 9-11am $55/$50 UCP 805100-A Junior 4-H Spring Break Camp (ages 9-12) Experience traditional camp classes such as teambuilding initiatives, GPS/orienteering, outdoor living skills, camp fire building, model rocketry, swimming and more. Participants will spend the morning participating in selected classes. Then, they will spend the afternoon playing sports and organized games, building and launching rockets, participating in campfires, and having fun! Campers must bring lunch and a water bottle each day and they must dress in appropriate outdoor clothing, including tennis shoes. Max. 20 participants. Swimming will be held at the JCWCC. Sponsored by 4-H. Instructor: Jeremy Johnson, 4-H Extension Agent. M-F 4/5-4/9 10am-2pm $95/$90 JCWCC 804220-A 10 Winter/Spring 2010 Archery (ages 9-13) There is nothing more exciting than taking your aim and hitting the bulls-eye! In this course designed for beginning to intermediate ability, participants will learn the safe use and handling of recurve bows and arrows. The certified instructor will train participants in the proper methods of range safety commands, stance, aiming, firing, and care of the archery equipment. In each lesson, participants will review safety procedures and have the opportunity to practice target shooting. Participants must dress in appropriate outdoor clothing and wear tennis shoes. 4-week session. T 4/27-5/18 5:30-6:30pm $45/$40 FP 804210-A The Great Park Pursuit! (all ages) County parks offer users opportunities for fitness, fun and adventure through fishing, boating, skateboarding, camping, hiking and biking trails, swimming and athletic pursuits. We invite you to discover our parks by participating in the Great Park Pursuit! In this self-guided program, you’ll be challenged to visit at least nine of our 15 parks over the course of a year which concludes in August 2010. The registration fee includes a T-shirt, activity log and water bottle for you to use while enjoying our parks. Registered participants will be eligible to enter quarterly drawings including the grand 3 prize drawing in 12 September 2010. More information about the Great Park Pursuit and the activity log can be found online at www.jccegov.com/ recreation or at the JCWCC, JRCC and the Satellite Office. 1 9 4 2 14 15 7 10 5 11 6 The Great 13 Park Pursuit 8 Pick the Numbers... Visit Our Parks! Co-sponsored with Colonial Sports Custom Screen Printing $15/$10 809510-B The Great Park JCC Parks and Recreation extends its thanks to the Pursuit Numbers...VisitProtection Our Parks! Connecticut DepartmentPick of the Environmental for the use of “No Child Left Inside” and the “Great Park Pursuit.” James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation Specialized Programs Teens Toward Success (ages 12-17) Leadership skills, career development, communication skills and increased teens self esteem are just a few toward success benefits you’ll experience by being a part of our Teens Toward Success program. Volunteer to share your skills with school age and preschoolers in any of our Rec Connect Camps or specialty classes or choose to volunteer your time in one of our community centers, parks or select County departments. We’re looking for outgoing, positive and hard working youth to assist us in serving the JCC community. This is an excellent opportunity for you to meet new people and participate in trips and classes that will help develop you as a professional. Acceptance and site placement are based on availability of positions. If interested, please write a letter explaining 1) why you’re interested in volunteering 2) your work experience 3) your preferred work area, and 4) why you’d be a good choice for this opportunity. Send or email: Teen Program Coordinator 5300 Palmer Lane, Suite 1A Williamsburg, VA 23188 firstname.lastname@example.org Youth Advisory Council members serve as mentors for community youth. www.jccEgov.com/recreation Teens Teens Youth Advisory Council (grades 8-12) Make a difference in your community; apply now for the Youth Advisory Council. Comprised of 15 very motivated and driven young leaders, the YAC represents all area middle and high school students and serves as a liaison between youth and local government. This is an excellent chance to not only speak your mind, but make changes and enhancements in your community. Past projects by the YAC include improvements to the transportation schedules to better fit youth’s needs, volunteering and leading activities at special County events, and administering a survey to assess community needs. Applications are available at the JCWCC, JRCC and Satellite Services Office in Toano or you can request one from your school guidance department. If interested, send an application to: Teen Program Coordinator 5300 Palmer Lane, Suite 1A Williamsburg, VA 23188 email@example.com Success and Achievement through Mentors (SAM): Youth are paired with a mentor who acts as a friend, role-model, confidant, advocate and counselor. Mentors work one-one-one with the child, family, schools and staff assisting youth to achieve continued success. For more information, write: Human Services Coordinator 5300 Palmer Lane, Suite 1A Williamsburg, VA 23188 Sign up for The Great Park Pursuit! Details on page 10. James City County Parks and Recreation 11 Winter/Spring 2010 Teens Teen Trips A Night of Illusion (grades 6-12) Get ready to cross the threshold of disbelief as the stars of the “Theatre of Illusion” dazzle you with their entertaining stage magic and breath-taking illusion. Travel with us to the Ferguson Center for the Arts in Newport News to see this show of cutting edge illusions and spectacular lighting and music. Experience their magic for yourself as the audience participates in this powerful theatrical event. Learn the basics about types of plants, types of soils, and what goes into designing the perfect flower garden. Please bring lunch. Sat 3/27 10am-2pm $25/$20 JCWCC 603080-A Discover the Beauty Inside (girls grades 8-12) Join us on an inspirational journey that will boost your self-esteem, teach you to be a true leader and, most importantly, show you how to believe in yourself! This overnight experience will teach you how to handle pressure from your peers and the media, Sat 2/6 5-10pm $45/$40 JCWCC 602020-A how to maintain a healthy lifestyle without going overboard and how to grow stronger both physically and emotionally. Your journey will end with a ropes Campus Tour Series (grades 9-12) Join us for part five of our campus tour series – a visit course at the Williamsburg Christian Retreat Center. Curriculum components are from the Dove Self to Harrisonburg, to tour James Madison University. Travel with us to see this unique and beautiful campus Esteem Program. Dinner, breakfast and lunch provided. F, 5pm - Sat, 4pm 4/16-4/17 $125/$120 JCWCC 604090-A in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. See academic buildings, learn about college life and explore what the campus has to offer. Wear comfortable clothes and Teen Spring Break Happenings walking shoes. Fee includes transportation and lunch. Parents welcome. Sat 3/20 7am-5pm $20/$15 JCWCC 603030-A GOTCHA! You’re Out! (grades 6-12) Journey with us to Laser Rush in Newport News to hang out with your friends and play laser tag in a Ready, Take Aim (grades 6-12) 4,700 square foot arena that features ancient ruins Take part in the fastest growing recreational activity in in a jungle maze. The classic games of tag and hide the world – paintball. Experience the thrill as you take and seek are combined with a high-tech twist! Score aim and play a fast-paced game that will challenge points by tagging your opponents’ sensors – don’t get you both physically and mentally. We’ll travel to the tagged, or you’ll be out! Bring either a lunch or money Swamp Fun Park in Gloucester where they have over for lunch at Patrick Henry Mall. 20 acres of playing fields. No experience is necessary. T 4/6 8am-5pm $35/$30 JCWCC 604060-A Prepare to have a blast! Sat 5/22 9am-2pm $55/$50 JCWCC 605020-A Teen Leadership and Development Red Cross Babysitting Course (ages 12+) This course covers all the basics of babysitting – childcare, fire and home safety, first aid plus learn how to set up your own business. At the completion of the class, receive a babysitter’s textbook, babysitting certificate, and first aid kit. Bring a bagged lunch. Snacks provided. Sat 2/27 10am-2pm $75/$70 JCWCC 602010-A Sat 5/1 10am-2pm $75/$70 JCWCC 605010-A Landscape Design 101 (grades 9-12) Have you ever thought about a career in landscaping but then realized you didn’t know an annual from a perennial? Well if so, this may be the course for you. 12 Winter/Spring 2010 To Infinity and Beyond (grades 6-12) Take flight to the Virginia Air and Space Museum in Hampton. Your imagination will soar as you launch a rocket, pilot a space shuttle, and come face-to-face with the Apollo Command Module and DC-9 Passenger jet. There are over 100 interactive exhibits that detail NASA’s historic achievements, many of which occurred right here in Virginia. Bring a lunch. W 4/7 8am-5pm $35/$30 JCWCC 604060-B Swing Away (grades 6-12) Whether you like to swing a club or a bat, you’ll be able to experience both at Ranger Ricks – a premier golf driving range and batting cage right here in Williamsburg. Take your swing to see if you can beat the rest. After that, we’ll travel to Prime Outlets to see what deals await. Bring either a lunch or money for lunch. Th 4/8 8am-5pm James City County Parks and Recreation $25/$20 JCWCC 604060-C www.jccEgov.com/recreation INCLUSION is an award winning service that provides accommodations to persons with disabilities for participation in recreation programs, facilities and leisure activities offered to the community. Inclusion also includes community/staff trainings, disability awareness programs, and accessibility of park trails and recreational facilities. Citizens with disabilities are encouraged to recreate with their peers by taking any class listed in this brochure. For more information about Inclusion, call 259-5354. Americans with Disabilities Act Statement of Compliance JCC Parks and Recreation welcomes individuals with disabilities to participate in all recreation programs and activities and does not discriminate based on disability. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable an individual’s participation in a program as long as they meet the essential eligibility requirements. If you feel we’re not in compliance with ADA requirements, please contact the ADA Compliance Coordinator, Doug Powell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 259-6604. Essential Eligibility Requirements The basic eligibility requirements for all programs, camps, classes, and events are listed below. In addition to the requirements, there may be specific requirements for each program, camp or class. Please call the Inclusion Coordinator if you have questions. 1. Capacity The capacity for each program is based on ratio and logistics. If the maximum enrollment for a program has been met, a participant may be unable to enroll or placed on a wait list. 2. Charges and Fees Payment is due upon registration. Payments must be received before admission into any program. 3. Conduct All participants are required to follow the rules of conduct in the James City County Behavior Policy. Requesting an Accommodation To make a request, check the Accommodation Request Box on the registration form or call 259-5354. To ensure accommodations are met, a three-week notice is required before program begins. www.jccEgov.com/recreation Inclusion Inclusion Inclusion Companion Program Calling all retired teachers, special education aides, therapeutic recreation students, high school students and all others interested in volunteering your time to assist persons with disabilities. We’re looking for individuals to volunteer as companions for persons with disabilities participating in our recreation and leisure activities. If interested, call the Volunteer Coordinator at 259-5403 or email email@example.com. Specialized Therapeutic Recreation Programs In collaboration with our community partners, we offer individuals with disabilities goal-oriented programs that promote a healthy lifestyle as well as provide exposure to cultural experiences within the community. Buddy Baseball (girls and boys with special needs between the ages of 5 and 20) Buddy Baseball is provided in partnership with the Williamsburg Youth Baseball League. Players are assisted by one-on-one volunteer Buddies, who make it possible to adapt play to individual player needs. The next season runs from April 4 - May 30. Games are held on Sundays from 3-4pm, at the Warhill Sports Complex. For more information and to register, call Joel Schwartz at 565-2795. Buddy Art (ages 6 and older with special needs) This Century Art Gallery presents...Buddy Art, a multimedia workshop where all different types of art can be experienced. Participants will be assigned oneon-one volunteer Buddies from William and Mary’s Sharpe Community Scholars Program who’ll provide individualized attention and assistance. For more information and to register, call Karen Schwartz at 565-2795 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more visit: www.thiscenturyartgallery.org/ BuddyArt/Buddy_Art.htm. Sat 1/30 3-4pm Free JCWCC Sat 2/6, 2/13, 2/20, 2/27 3-4pm Free JCWCC James City County Parks and Recreation 13 Winter/Spring 2010 Inclusion Accessible Equipment The JCWCCâ€™s fitness area is equipped with special adaptive equipment for those who use wheelchairs, lack mobility or require physical therapy. This equipment was purchased with a grant from the Peninsula Disability Services Board. For swimmers who use wheelchairs, aquatic chairs are available at the JCWCC in the aquatic area. Kidsburg (located at Mid County Park) has an adaptive swing for children with disabilities. Come out and enjoy the swing and all of the other activities the park has to offer! Register online for all classes at www.jccEgov.com/recreation. Special Exercise Programs Provided in partnership with the Arthritis Foundation. A Participant Release Form must be submitted with a Parks and Recreation waiver. Land classes are not included with a wristband. Aqua Easy Take a step toward a healthier lifestyle. This low intensity class focuses on increasing flexibility, muscle tone and range of motion. It is a great prenatal workout, or for those with limitations or recovering from surgery and looking to continue their fitness. No swimming ability required. T/Th 1-1:50pm JCWCC Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program This class provides an ideal environment for relieving arthritis pain and stiffness, and improving the range of movement of joints affected by arthritis through the soothing warmth and buoyancy of warm water. Water supports joints, lessens stress, allows free movement and provides mild resistance to help build muscle strength. Participants perform range-ofmotion, strengthening and aerobic exercise. Classes will be 50 minutes and are led by instructors who have completed an Arthritis Foundation approved training program. No swimming ability required. M/W/F 9-9:50am 14 Winter/Spring 2010 JCWCC Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program Level I Promotes joint flexibility, muscular strength, endurance, coordination and range of motion. This chairbased class is ideal for anyone who needs a low intensity exercise program. Instructor: Gail Peck. January 901770-A February 902770-A March 903770-A April 904770-A May 905770-A T/Th 11:15am $15/$10 JCWCC Aerobic Studio Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program Level II Designed to enhance your cardiovascular conditioning, range of motion, flexibility, muscular strength, endurance and coordination. The activities in this class are designed to accommodate someone with arthritis who wants to remain active. This class has a moderate intensity level. Instructor: Brenda Mitchell. M/F January February March April May 11:05am 901780-A 902780-A 903780-A 904780-A 905780-A $15/$10 James City County Parks and Recreation JCWCC Aerobic Studio www.jccEgov.com/recreation Adults Adult Special Interest Pastels (ages 16+) Learn how to use this versatile and fun medium to create portraits and landscapes. For a list of supplies, please call the instructor at 220-3755. Instructor: Anne Kushnick. Session 1 W 1/6-3/24 1-3pm $130/$125 JCWCC 201030-A Session 2 W 4/7-6/23 1-3pm $130/$125 JCWCC 204030-A Portrait Drawing (ages 16+) Learn the basics of drawing the human face and figure. Students must provide own supplies. For a list of supplies, please call the instructor at 220-3755. Instructor: Anne Kushnick. Session 1 Th 1/7-3/25 10am-noon $130/$125 JCWCC 201080-A Session 2 Oil Painting students learn the basics to create their own masterpieces! Beginning Oil Painting (ages 16+) If you’ve never picked up a brush or you want to brush up on the basics, this is the class for you! Students will receive individual instruction to begin a lifetime hobby. Students provide own supplies. For the list of supplies, please call the instructor at 220-3755. Instructor: Anne Kushnick. Session 1 Th 1/7-3/25 1-3pm $130/$125 JCWCC 201010-A Session 2 Th 4/8-6/24 1-3pm $130/$125 JCWCC 204010-A Th 4/8-6/24 10am-noon $130/$125 JCWCC 204080-A Pottery (ages 17+) Tame the clay on a potter’s wheel and learn how to form pots on your own. Instruction is appropriate to any level, from those who’ve never touched clay to those who want to improve their skills. Students will center, throw and trim earthenware clay; colorful food-safe glazes will complete the pieces. Instruction focuses on the wheel, but hand-builders are welcome! Student expenses will include $10 for 25 pounds of clay and $5-10 for glaze. Dress for a mess, short fingernails recommended. Instructor: Elizabeth Krome, professional potter. M 1/4-3/29 6-8:30pm $105/$100 JCWCC 201040-A T 1/5-3/30 9:30am-noon $105/$100 JCWCC 201040-B Oil Painting Intermediate (ages 16+) Join us to create your own masterpiece. This class is for participants who have some experience with oil painting. For a list of supplies, please call the instructor at 220-3755. Instructor: Anne Kushnick. Session 1 T 1/5-3/23 1-3pm $130/$125 JCWCC 201020-A W 1/6-3/24 10am-noon $130/$125 JCWCC 201020-B Session 2 T 4/6-6/22 1-3pm $130/$125 JCWCC 204020-A W 4/7-6/23 10am-noon $130/$125 JCWCC 204020-B Students learn the simple basics of drying pottery. www.jccEgov.com/recreation James City County Parks and Recreation 15 Winter/Spring 2010 Adults Stress Release – Meditate and Create! (ages 18+) How often do you come to the end of a day and find that you’re feeling tense and stressed? In this class, through guided imagery meditation combined with carefully chosen music, participants will learn how to relax and allow the guided imagery to take them on imaginative meditative journeys. Once the meditations are complete, participants will have the opportunity to express themselves by creating mandalas, putting color and shape inside a circle drawn on paper. Whether used to recreate a sacred space from within ourselves or to help discover the unconscious self, mandalas are simply representations of something we all have within us – a focused, spiritual place that is our core self or our grounding point. Supply fee of $8 due to instructor the first day of class. Instructor: Suzi Gessert. M 1/11-2/15 11am-12:30pm $60/$55 JCWCC 201100-A M 1/11/-2/15 6:30-8pm $60/$55 JCWCC 201100-B Professional Potter Elizabeth Krome teaches students the basics of pottery making. Open Studio Time (ages 17+) Must be enrolled in a current pottery class (see page 15) to register. Practice can make the difference in how you progress in pottery. Uninstructed, this open studio time allows students in the current pottery classes to continue work on pieces they have begun earlier in class. No access to a kiln. F 1/8-3/26 6-8pm $40/$35 JCWCC 201180-A Photography Basics (ages 18+) Would you like to take better pictures with the camera you already have? Are you new to digital photography and have lots of questions? If yes, then this is the class for you! Learn the tips and tricks to using your camera such as how to focuses and how to tell if you’re getting quality images. Learn when to use the flash and gain a better understanding of composition. This hands-on workshop will give you the skills you need to see results rights away! Bring you camera and owner’s manual to class, along with a memory card and charged battery. Materials fee of $5 due to instructor the first night of class. Instructor: Rebecca Suerdieck. Th 1/14 6:30-9pm $30/$25 JCWCC 201060-A Th 3/4 6:30-9pm $30/$25 JCWCC 203060-A Th 4/22 6:30-9pm $30/$25 JCWCC 204060-A 16 Winter/Spring 2010 Creative Writing for the Timid Writer (ages 18+) Come out of your shell with the written word! Have you felt a little timid about beginning any written project? Whatever has kept you from writing, or whatever kind of writer you are or want to be, this class will guide you easily and without judgment through your creativeness. Explore your creativity with various short writing exercises. Participants will be able to share class writings in order to encourage one another plus the instructor will provide gentle critiques. Instructor: Suzi Gessert. T 1/12-3/2 T 1/12-3/2 11am-12:30pm $70/$65 JCWCC 201110-A 6:30-8pm $70/$65 JCWCC 201110-B Find Your Creative Self! (ages 18+) Even if you love art but think you’re not “artistic,” you’ll be surprised that EVERYONE has a creative side that just needs to be encouraged and coached! In this class, participants will have the opportunity to explore and experience different ways to approach the creative self through various art mediums. This class will allow the participant to work at his or her own speed with nonjudgmental guidance. You should be able to find this class stimulating to your imagination and a way to release the creative self! Supply fee of $12 due to instructor the first day of class. Instructor: Suzi Gessert. Th 1/14-3/4 6:30-8pm James City County Parks and Recreation $65/$60 JCWCC 201130-A www.jccEgov.com/recreation Dance Dance Learning to dance is a great way to get in shape, stay fit and build confidence. Dancing for social pleasure has been found to reduce stress, improve strength, improve muscle tone and increase cardiovascular endurance. An hour of social dancing is equivalent to walking approximately five miles! Dancing is also an activity you can continue for the rest of your life. Meet new friends, discover your inner creativity, learn a new skill and have fun while you improve your fitness levels! Sign up for one of our classes now to begin reaping the benefits available through dance! Mommy and Me Ballet (ages 3-5 with moms) You and your little one will gain flexibility and learn the basic positions and steps of ballet along side each another! A great way to get some exercise and introduce your child to the world of ballet. No previous experience necessary. Instructor: Susan Talebi. M 1/4-2/8 1:30-2:30pm $40/$35 JCWCC 301550-A Dance Studio M 4/5-4/26 1:30-2:30pm $35/$30 JCWCC 304550-A Dance Studio Intro to Ballet (ages 5-7) Children will be introduced to the basic positions and steps of ballet. This class is for children who have had little or no experience with ballet. Instructor: Susan Talebi. Sun 1/10-2/14 1-2pm $40/$35 JCWCC 301560-A Dance Studio Sun 4/11-5/2 1-2pm $35/$30 JCWCC 304560-A Dance Studio Ballet I (ages 7-9) Children will explore basic ballet positions at the barre and in center work in combinations. This class is for children who have had some exposure to ballet (or are super fast learners!). Instructor: Susan Talebi. Sun 1/10-2/14 2-3pm $40/$35 JCWCC 301560-B Dance Studio Sun 4/11-5/2 2-3pm $35/$30 JCWCC 304560-B Dance Studio Children are introduced to balance, creativity and coordination through dance! English Country Dancing (ages 6-18) Do you love the Colonial and Regency lifestyle? Have you ever wanted to dance in the style of what you see in Jane Austen films like “Sense and Sensibility” or “Pride and Prejudice?” If so, then this is the class for you! English Country Dancing was popular in the Renaissance and Colonial Times and is the predecessor of Modern Square Dancing and Contra Dancing. Students will learn basic steps, patterns and routines, while listening to period music and having fun at the same time! No experience or partner needed. Instructor: Rebecca Suerdieck. Th 1/21-2/25 3-4:30pm $30/$25 JCWCC 301510-A Dance Studio Th 3/11-4/15 3-4:30pm $30/$25 JCWCC 303510-A Dance Studio Swing Dancing (ages 13+) Do you have a special event coming up and you’d like to learn some new dance steps? Would you like to spice up your dance routine or get a little exercise while having lots of fun? Come and enjoy this fun and nostalgic dance! Learn the basics of 6-count East Coast Swing Dancing, with easy-to-do turns. Wear comfortable, leather-soled shoes – no flip-flops or sandals. Ladies are encouraged to wear flowing skirts. Partners encouraged, but not necessary. Instructor: Rebecca Suerdieck. Th 1/21-2/25 7:30-9pm $40/$35 JCWCC 301540-A Dance Studio Th 3/11-4/15 7:30-9pm $40/$35 JCWCC 304540-A Dance Studio www.jccEgov.com/recreation James City County Parks and Recreation 17 Winter/Spring 2010 Dance Colonial Squares Dance Club Interested in learning how modern square dancing can benefit you? It’s low impact, great for the heart and mind, and creates an opportunity to make new friends and have fun at the same time. It’s not just for partners, singles are welcome! Also join us on the 2nd Saturday of each month for Square Dancing at Norge Elementary School, 7-9:15pm. For more information, call Harry Keys at 345-5667. W 6-8pm Norge Elementary School Cafeteria Bellydance Basics (ages 13+) Ever thought about learning to bellydance but don’t know where to start? Join us in this introductory class and begin to learn the muscle groups, concepts and basic techniques of this popular dance form. This class will focus on posture, muscle contraction drills, and a sequence of basic steps to get you moving and dancing. Moreover, no intro bellydance class would be complete without learning a shimmy or two! This is the most fun you’ll have doing a workout! No previous dance experience required. Min. 5 Max. 15. Instructor: Mariellynn Maurer. M 3/1-22 7-8pm $40/$35 JCWCC 303540-A Dance Studio Bellydance – Figure 8’s and Shimmies (ages 13+) Join us for this session as we learn to sequentially move through muscle groups to create the shimmies, undulations and “figure eight” movements that are so popular in bellydance. No previous dance experience is required. Minimum 5, maximum 15. Instructor: Mariellynn Maurer. M 1/4-25 7-8pm $40/$35 JCWCC 301540-A Dance Studio JCWCC M 3/29-4/19 7-8pm $40/$35 304540-A Dance Studio About Our Dance Instructors Rebecca Suerdieck has been teaching dance professionally since graduating from the Arthur Murray Dancing Academy in 1995. Her specialty is Swing Dancing, where she enjoys incorporating Charleston and Lindy Hop techniques into her style. She has taught all ages, and her goal is for people to have fun and gain confidence to dance in public. Mariellynn Maurer has been studying dance for more than 30 years. Classically trained in tap, jazz and ballet, she was introduced to bellydance in 1998 and quickly embraced it. She has been studying and training primarily in bellydance since 2005 and shares the elements of this dance form with excitement, clarity and smiles! Susan Talebi took her first ballet lesson at age five. By high school, she danced six days a week and participated in an intensive dance program at Jane Bittner’s Dance Studio in Olney, Maryland. During this time, she was classically trained in ballet technique and Pointe work, modern, jazz and character. She has danced with the Olney Children’s Ballet Theater, the East West Ballet Company and the Lake Erie Ballet Theater. Susan danced on scholarship at Mercyhurst College in Pennsylvania and took ballet classes and private ballroom dancing lessons. Currently she teaches classical ballet at the Institute for Dance and assists with the Williamsburg Ballet Theatre. Bellydance – Circles, Slides and Shimmies (ages 13+) Even if you’ve never taken a bellydance class before, join us for the fun! This session will focus on circles, twists, slides and “shimmies” that everyone expects to see when they think of bellydance! Bellydance isn’t just about hips – it also uses your core, shoulders and arms. No previous dance experience required. Minimum 5, maximum 15. Instructor: Mariellynn Maurer. M 2/1-2/22 7-8pm $40/$35 JCWCC 302540-A Dance Studio 18 Winter/Spring 2010 Register online for all classes at www.jccEgov.com/recreation. James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation NEW! Website for County Sports Leagues Need detailed information on JCC Sports and Athletic events and activities? Check out the Parks and Recreation’s new web site at www.jccEgov.com/ recreation” under “Recreation Links.” The site provides information on league teams and rosters, schedules, game results as well as coaches’ information, all sports registration forms and policies and procedures. The site was created as a one-stop shop, time-saving resource for league participants. For more information, call the Sports and Athletic Coordinator at 259-5355. Preschool and Youth Sports Preschool and youth classes are designed to introduce children to sports through fun and play. The goal of the preschool classes is to introduce children to the sport, and the goal of the youth program is to teach fundamental skills of the sport. Children should come dressed for play and MUST be the age listed for class by the class starting date. A parent/guardian is required to remain on site while the class is being conducted. In case of inclement weather on the day of activity, check the Activities Hotline at 259-3232. Sandlot Tots (ages 3-4 years) Come play in the dirt… and learn the fantastic game of T-ball. Hitting, fielding, base running and throws taught in a fun atmosphere. No equipment necessary, but if you have a favorite glove, please bring it! Multi-Sport Minis I and II (ages 3-9) From shooting a basketball to kicking a soccer ball, come have fun in the most assorted class of all. Learn the basics of golf, soccer, T-ball and basketball taught through games, drills and relays in a fun and safe atmosphere. No equipment necessary. Please remember to bring a water bottle and come dressed to play. I (ages 3-5) Sat 1/16-2/6 12-12:45pm $30/$25 JCWCC 501060-A Sat 2/20-3/13 12-12:45pm $30/$25 JCWCC 502060-A Sat 3/27-4/17 12-12:45pm $30/$25 JCWCC 503060-A Preschool and Youth Sports Sports and Athletics Sat 5/1-5/22 12-12:45pm $30/$25 JCWCC 505060-A II (ages 6-9) Sat 1/16-2/6 1-1:45pm $30/$25 JCWCC 501060-B Sat 2/20-3/13 1-1:45pm $30/$25 JCWCC 502060-B Sat 3/27-4/17 1-1:45pm $30/$25 JCWCC 503060-B Sat 5/1-5/22 1-1:45pm $30/$25 JCWCC 505060-B Sandlot Sluggers (ages 4-6 years) Learn the game of T-ball/coach pitch. Skills will focus on throwing, catching, positions in field, base running and hitting taught through drills, games and relays. Sat 3/27-4/17 11-11:45am $30/$25 JCWCC 503070-B Sat 5/1-5/22 11-11:45am $30/$25 JCWCC 505070-B Half Pint Soccer I and II (ages 3-9) Learn the basics of soccer through games, relays and drills. Children should come dressed to play. No equipment required. I (ages 3-5) Sat 3/27-4/17 10-10:45am $30/$25 JCWCC 503070-A Sat 1/16-2/6 10-10:45am $30/$25 JCWCC 501030-A Sat 5/1-5/22 10-10:45am $30/$25 JCWCC 505070-A Sat 2/20-3/13 10-10:45am $30/$25 JCWCC 502030-A Tot Shots I and II (ages 3-9) Sat 3/27-4/17 10-10:45 am $30/$25 JCWCC 503030-A Time to lace-up your basketball shoes and play some round ball! Come learn the basic skills of basketball through games, drills and relays in a class designed to introduce children to the sport in a fun atmosphere. I (ages 3-5) Sat 5/1-5/22 10-10:45am $30/$25 JCWCC 505030-A Sat 1/16-2/6 10-10:45am $30/$25 JCWCC 501070-A Sat 3/27-4/17 11-11:45am $30/$25 JCWCC 503040-A Sat 2/20-3/13 10-10:45am $30/$25 JCWCC 502070-A Sat 5/1-5/22 11-11:45am $30/$25 JCWCC 505040-A II (ages 6-9) Sat 1/16-2/6 11-11:45am $30/$25 JCWCC 501040-A Sat 2/20-3/13 11-11:45am $30/$25 JCWCC 502040-A II (ages 6-9) Sat 1/16-2/6 11-11:45am $30/$25 JCWCC 501070-B Sat 2/20-3/13 11-11:45am $30/$25 JCWCC 502070-B www.jccEgov.com/recreation James City County Parks and Recreation 19 Winter/Spring 2010 Youth and Teen Sports Youth Golf Special Programs These introductory golf classes teach the basics of driving, putting, stance, chipping and rules. A limited number of clubs provided by the Sticks for Kids program will be available or you can bring your own. Also bring a water bottle and wear proper golf attire and shoes. No jeans will be allowed. Classes provided by the Williamsburg National Golf Course. Stonehouse Developmental Soccer (boys and girls ages 6-9) This four-week program introduces children to the sport of soccer. Each night will focus on a new skill with time devoted to instruction and scrimmage. Players will learn new skills and play a game each night. Program will be offered at Stonehouse Elementary. M 1/25-2/22* 5:30-6:30pm $30/$25 SES Little Chippers (ages 5-7) F 3/26-4/16 5-6pm $65/$60 WNGC 503340-A F 4/30-5/21 5-6pm $65/$60 WNGC 505340-A Little Drivers (ages 8-10) F 3/26-4/16 6-7pm $65/$60 WNGC 503340-B F 4/30-5/21 6-7pm $65/$60 WNGC 505340-B Youth League JCC Coed Youth Soccer (grades K-12) This developmental league is designed to introduce children to soccer. It runs in the fall from September through November and in the spring from March through May. Sign-up for the spring season will begin in December and for the Fall in June. Registration forms will be available at the JCWCC, the JRCC, Satellite Services and online at www.jccEgov.com/ recreation. Register early as spaces are limited in each grade level. The girl’s league will only be offered in divisions where a minimum of 4 teams can be created. In the event that the girl’s league does not have sufficient numbers, all participants will be placed in the co-ed division. For information, call 259-5355. Instructional I (Kindergarten) Sat 3/6-5/1 9am-2pm $45/$40 WSC Co-ed – 50373-A Instructional II (grades 1-2) Sat 3/6-5/1 9am-2pm $45/$40 WSC Co-ed – 50373-B Girls – 50373-BB Instructional III (grades 3-4) 501870-A *no class 2/15 National Hershey Track and Field Program (boys and girls ages 9-14) Events include the 50m, 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1600m, standing long jump, softball throw, and relays. Top finishers qualify to participate in the Eastern District Meet in June and winners advance on to the State meet in July. The James City/Williamsburg meet will be held locally in May. Registration forms will be available online beginning in April. Registrants must have proof of age. Please call 259-5355 for more information or visit www.jccEgov.com/recreation. Spring Break Sports Camps Spring Break Golf Academy (boys and girls ages 8-14) Want expert instruction on the basics of golf? In this camp, you’ll work on golf fundamentals including rules, course etiquette, stance, chipping, putting and driving. A limited number of clubs will be available, but we encourage you to bring your own. Space is limited, and registrations will be accepted on a first-come, firstserved basis. Drinks and snacks provided each day. M-Th 4/5-4/8 9am-noon $95/$90 WNGC 504330-A JCC and Virginia Legacy Spring new! Break Soccer Camp (boys and girls ages 7-14) JCC Parks and Recreation and the Virginia Legacy Soccer Club have teamed up to bring you the premier recreational soccer camp available on the Peninsula. This camp will include instruction on the fundamentals Instructional IV (grades 5-6) Sat 3/6-5/1 9am-2pm $45/$40 WSC Co-ed – 50373-D of soccer and is designed to meet the needs of Girls – 50373-DD beginner, developmental, recreational and advanced soccer players. Boys and girls will be placed in Instructional V (grades 7-8) Sat 3/6-5/1 9am-2pm $45/$40 WSC Co-ed – 50373-E groups based on age and skill level. The camp revolves Girls – 50373-EE around soccer related games, activities, trainings and competition. All participants will receive a Nike Instructional VI (grades 9-12) Sat 3/6-5/1 9am-2pm $45/$40 WSC Co-ed – 50373-F Legacy Soccer School T-shirt. This camp will be 20 Girls – 50373-FF conducted at the JCWCC. Registration will be accepted Sat 3/6-5/1 9am-2pm $45/$40 WSC Co-ed – 50373-C Girls – 50373-CC Winter/Spring 2010 James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation The end of the season tournament will decide the overall champion. Each team is guaranteed 8 games. T-shirts and trophies will be awarded to season champions. Your team must be registered under the captain’s name. Pick up a team roster form from the JCWCC. Call 259-5355 for details. M-F 4/5-4/9 Sun 2/28-5/9 8:30-11:30am $95/$90 WSC Instructional Soccer II (ages 11-14) M-F 4/5-4/9 12:30-3:30pm $95/$90 WSC Adult Leagues All adult leagues are by team registration only. Call 259-5355 for details on roster limits and league rules. Coed Soccer (men 30+ and women 18+) This league is designed to offer soccer to adults in a recreational setting with fun and competitive games. 4-8pm $425 WSC 502700-A 8-on-8 Flag Football League (men 18+) Are you ready for some football? Grab a few of your friends and get signed up for our newest league which will compete at the new multiuse fields at Warhill. Each team will play a minimum of 8 games. T-shirts and trophies will be awarded to season champions. Your team must be registered under the captain’s name. Pick up a team roster form from the JCWCC. Call 259-5355 for details. Sat 3/6-5/1 4-8pm $425 Adult Sports and Fitness through Virginia Legacy only. Payment will be accepted in the form of a check made payable to Virginia Legacy Soccer Club or by credit card. Please complete the special JCC/VA Legacy Soccer Camp Registration form available at www.valegacysoccer.com. Instructional Soccer I (ages 7-10) WSC 503750-A For the Health of It Partnering Together for Community Wellness... WalkAbout A Simple Way to Exercise JCC Parks and Recreation and Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center (SWRMC) offer these educational and fitness events: Track Your Health/ Know Your Numbers FREE! Come in for a free blood pressure, BMI and Total and HDL Cholesterol health screening. Then work towards improving your numbers with your doctor’s advice, exercise and better eating. Check the results of your efforts in April. Sat 1/9 9:30am-1pm FREE JCWCC Sat 4/24 9:30am-1pm FREE JCWCC Automatic External Defibrillation FREE! and Blood Pressure Check-Up Could you save a life? See a demo of an AED and imagine yourself using it. Sudden Cardiac Death happens to 850 Americans each day according to the American Heart Association web site. Sat 2/13 9:30am-noon FREE www.jccEgov.com/recreation FREE! New for 2010... adding a 3rd day on Tuesday Are you thinking about doing something healthy? Looking for a way to increase your activity? Try this FREE Sentara Community Program. According to the latest joint American Heart Association/American College of Sports Medicine guidelines on physical activity, all healthy adults ages 18-65 should be getting at least 30 minutes of moderate intensity activity five days of the week. We can help you with three of the days! We’ll provide walking journals, incentives and a great group of fellow walkers. Just join us rain or shine any Tuesday, Thursday and/ or Saturday for outdoor or indoor walking during inclement weather. In the event of dangerous weather or driving conditions or if the JCWCC is closed, SWRMC reserves the right to cancel. An adult must accompany children 17 and younger. For more information, call 1-800-SENTARA. T Th Sat 9am 9am 9:15am JCWCC James City County Parks and Recreation JCWCC/Historic Triangle Senior Center JCWCC/Historic Triangle Senior Center JCWCC/Historic Triangle Senior Center 21 Winter/Spring 2010 Affiliated Organizations Affiliated Organizations These nonprofit groups work in partnership with JCC Parks and Recreation to provide recreational services to County and area residents. American Legion Post 39 Summer baseball program for high school age boys. Contact: email@example.com. American Legion Post 1776 Summer baseball program for high school age boys. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Colonial Capital Basketball Club (boys and girls ages 9-16) This year round AAU/YBOA basketball program offers a fall/winter league and a summer league. Call 565-0758 or visit www.eteamz.com/ccbcbball. James City Youth Football and Cheerleading League (boys and girls ages 6-14) Provides youth football and cheerleading to local area boys and girls. For more information, visit www.leaguelineup.com/jamescityjaguars or e-mail email@example.com. Neighborhood Basketball League (NBL) Virginia Legacy Soccer Club The club offers a year round youth development program (ages 2-10), a premier travel team program (ages 10-18) and the Premier Development Team which plays in the professional league structure of the United Soccer Leagues. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.valegacysoccer.com. Williamsburg Aquatic Club (ages 6-18) WAC is a year round program which gives swimmers an opportunity to compete statewide and regionally. For information, call 229-8662. Williamsburg Area Bicyclists WAB has weekly bicycle trips offering four ride levels. All ages and skill levels are welcome to participate. Call 229-4907, visit www.wabonline.org or write to Williamsburg Area Bicyclists, P.O. Box 2222, Williamsburg, VA 23187-2222. Williamsburg Fencing Club (youth and adults) The Club offers lessons and camps from beginning fencing to advanced techniques. Contact Joe Russell at 254-5164 or email@example.com. (boys and girls ages 10-18) A Williamsburg/JCC Community Action Agency (CAA) program that provides a structured sports activity with mentorship in developing self-esteem, selfdiscipline, leadership and sportsmanship as well as offering encouragement to excel academically. Season runs March-June. Contact CAA at 229-3316. Williamsburg Lacrosse Club StageLights (girls and boys ages 6-13) StageLights, Williamsburgâ€™s theatre for children, introduces youth to the techniques of acting, voice, dance and stagecraft while increasing their appreciation of the Theatre. Call 229-ACTS or visit stagelightstheatre.org. (boys and girls ages 7-18) Practices are held locally. Contact Brian Erwin at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.hrlax.com. Team Flash Track and Field (boys and girls ages 6-18) Local track and field team offering running, throwing and jumping events. Practices are held from midMarch through mid-June. Call Ellen Womeldorf at 240-3713, e-mail email@example.com or visit www.teamflashtrack.com. Toano Storm, Inc. (boys and girls) AAU basketball program offers teams for various ages. Call John Perkins at firstname.lastname@example.org. 22 Winter/Spring 2010 (boys ages 12-19 in grades 7-12) This club competes at the junior varsity and varsity levels against state teams while adhering to Virginia High School League guidelines for participation and eligibility. Visit www.williamsburgwarriorslax.com. Williamsburg Warriors Lacrosse Club Williamsburg Youth Baseball League, Inc. (ages 5-17) Local provider of T-ball, baseball and Buddy Ball. Buddy Ball is designed for children and young adults, ages 5-20, with special needs who are not able to participate in the established Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth Leagues. For information, e-mail williamsburgbaseball @cox.net or visit williamsburgbaseball.com Williamsburg Youth Football and Cheerleading League (boys and girls ages 6-14) Provides youth football and cheerleading. For information, e-mail email@example.com or visit www.leaguelineup.com/wyfcl. James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation Personal Fitness Services Body Composition Analysis Estimates percentage of body fat within 2-3 percent in relation to your overall body weight. This is an indicator of health-risk status and can be lowered by a systematic exercise plan. Skin-fold measurements are taken at multiple sites or bioelectrical impedance (BIA) is employed using a fully computerized system. The cost includes a re-test in three months. $10. January 301400-A February 302400-A March 303400-A April 304400-A Evaluates your current level of fitness according to national standards. A personalized program is designed to give you a plan of action tailored to your current fitness level and personal goals, including both short-term and long-term. It takes all the guesswork out of exercise. You aren’t just “a hoping and a wishing” anymore. Includes testing for muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, cardiovascular fitness and body composition. Includes repeat body composition after three months. Please contact John White at 259-4190 before registration. $50. January 301410-A February 302410-A March 303410-A April 304410-A All of our instructors are certified by nationally recognized organizations such as: AFAA, ACE, Yoga Alliance and Scott Pilates. Access to classes requires either a combo pass or wristband. Combo passes and wristbands allow you to take any land or aqua fitness class as long as there is space available in the class. Wristband prices are as follows: $50; $45 for JCC/Williamsburg residents – one month unlimited classes for those who do not hold a 3-, 6- or 12-month access pass $55; $50 for JCC/Williamsburg residents – 10-tab wristband with no expiration date Key to Intensity (Levels) of Classes ❤ = Moderate, low intensity ❤❤ = Medium intensity ❤❤❤ = High intensity ❤❤❤❤ = Base endurance needed Note: Intensity is not the same as impact. We do not teach high impact aerobics! All classes are 50 minutes, unless otherwise noted. Schedules are subject to change. Current schedules are available online, at the front desk, are posted outside the aerobic studio and can be emailed to participants who provide an email address at the time of registration. Wristbands Personal Training The coach and motivator you’ve always dreamed of. An exercise professional who knows both exercise program design and YOU. They have their fingers on the pulse of exercise and your hot buttons. They’ll get you through sticking points in a workout as well as plateaus in a training program. They’re the perennial ‘goal-reachers’ of the fitness industry. They know where your “get up and go, got up and went.” Contact John White at 259-4190 before registration. January February March April 301420-A 302420-A 303420-A 304420-A $45/40 per hour January February March April 301430-A 302430-A 303430-A 304430-A $355/$350 per 10 sessions www.jccEgov.com/recreation Aerobic/Fitness Classes $30 – one month unlimited classes if you have a 3-, 6- or 12-month access pass Fitness Assessment Health and Fitness Aerobic/Fitness January Unlimited monthly without access pass $50/$45 301700 Unlimited monthly with access pass $30 301710 10-Tab wristband with no expiration $55/$50 301720 February Unlimited monthly without access pass $50/$45 302700 Unlimited monthly with access pass $30 302710 10-Tab wristband with no expiration $55/$50 302720 March Unlimited monthly without access pass $50/$45 303700 Unlimited monthly with access pass $30 303710 10-Tab wristband with no expiration $55/$50 303720 April Unlimited monthly without access pass $50/$45 304700 Unlimited monthly with access pass $30 304710 10-Tab wristband with no expiration $55/$50 304720 James City County Parks and Recreation 23 Winter/Spring 2010 Health and Fitness Aerobic Conditioning/ Cardiovascular/Weight Loss Low Impact ❤❤ to ❤❤❤ A rhythmic cardiovascular workout that includes a strength training and flexibility segment. Low impact for your body, but definitely not low intensity. Power Lunch ❤❤ to ❤❤❤ Sneak in an extra workout during your lunch hour! This 30-minute workout includes a 3- to 5-minute warm-up, 20 minutes of cardio/body sculpting, and a 5-minute cool down. A great way to break up the day and feel refreshed! Step ❤❤❤ A cardiovascular and muscular workout that has the capability to be very intense without the stress of high impact on your joints and muscles. Step aerobics burns 30-60 % more calories than traditional aerobics with particular emphasis on hips, thighs, abdominals and buttocks. It utilizes a 4-8 inch bench step to keep the heart rate up while minimizing the impact on the lower body. Kickboxing ❤❤❤ to ❤❤❤❤ Aerobic Kickboxing is one of the leading-edge, body-shaping fitness classes available today. It has been reported as the number one fat burner with almost 800 calories burned in a single class! You’ll develop a strong, toned body as well as confidence in your abilities. Muscular Toning SilverSneakers® Muscular Strength and Range of Motion ❤ Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement and activity for daily living skills. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles and a ball are offered for resistance, and a chair is used for seated and/or standing support. Body Sculpting ❤❤ An upper and lower body muscle conditioning class using a variety of resistance devices including hand weights, body bars, resistance tubing, steps, mats and resistance balls. A great full body workout that will help boost your metabolism! 20-20-20 ❤❤ to ❤❤❤ A premier total body workout, this class includes 20 minutes of cardiovascular conditioning in the form of step, kickboxing or hi/low aerobics; 20 minutes of strength training using hand held weights or resistance tubes; and 20 minutes of lower body toning (focusing on abdominals, buttocks, hips and thighs and flexibility). Step and Sculpt ❤❤ to ❤❤❤ A step class with muscle! Get two workouts in one. Increase your cardio abilities using basic step, then increase your metabolism with muscular toning. Boot Camp ❤❤❤ to ❤❤❤❤ Get yourself in tip-top shape by using total body conditioning techniques. Boot Camp combines a series of high intensity cardio interval workouts along with weight training to increase your metabolism and burn an army of calories! Flexibility/Core Conditioning/ Mind-Body SilverSneakers® YogaStretch ❤ 24 Parks and Recreation offers a variety of classes that meet the fitness levels of all patrons. Winter/Spring 2010 Move your whole body through a complete series of seated and standing yoga poses. Chair support is offered to safely perform a variety of postures designed to increase flexibility, balance and range of movement. Restorative breathing exercises and a final relaxation will promote stress reduction and mental clarity. James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation Whether you are new to yoga or an experienced yogi, this class is sure to please. Hatha Yoga is a physical experience designed to integrate mind, body and spirit. Yoga poses are introduced and taught with varying degrees of intensity for different levels of experience. It’s designed to develop muscular strength, improve flexibility, release tension and develop peace of mind. Come join us for this unique experience. Prior yoga experience is helpful, but not required. Vinyasa Flow Yoga ❤❤ Curious about how a full-body workout can leave you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated? Discover the mindbody connection of yoga asana practice. Tone from head to toe, gain flexibility, increase cardio capacity and enjoy peace of mind. With Vinyasa Flow Yoga, you will move through postures with the breath as your guide. This all-levels class will feature standing poses and include forward and back bending, twists, balances, core work and restorative postures for a varied workout. Prior yoga experience is helpful but not required. Pilates ❤❤ The goal is to create and maintain a structurally fit body. This mat-based workout uses specific movements to improve posture, flexibility, strength and body awareness. Pilates integrates body and mind to create a completely balanced form, while focusing on the body’s core areas: abs, glutes, hips and lower back. You’ll work with your body, not against it. This class is a great way to tone your body with the benefits of a non-impact workout. Start the New Year off with an 8-mile ride around Jamestown Island. Meet at 10am at Jamestown Settlement to ride with members of the Williamsburg Area Bicyclists at a casual pace. Hot chocolate will be served at the end of the ride. For details and to reserve your space, call Allen Turnbull at 229-4046. Sat 1/2 10am FREE Jamestown Settlement FREE! Posture Screenings Dr. Michelle Booth of Pinto Chiropractic and Rehabilitation will provide Posture Screenings on the second Thursday of each month. She can evaluate your posture from head to toe and show you the proper way to stand which decreases abnormal wear and tear on the joints. Th 1/7, 2/11, 3/11, 4/8 6-8pm Register Early! Our popular programs fill quickly. See page 49 for registration details! www.jccEgov.com/recreation FREE JCWCC FREE! Runner’s Clinic What is your New Year’s Resolution? Do you want to run a 5K? Just getting started? Need to improve your time? Local chiropractor, acupuncture Fellow (FIAMA), and Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (C.C.S.P.) Dr. Daniel Shaye with Performance Chiropractic has worked with world-class athletes, as well as the rest of us, and he has personally run over 27,000 miles. You’ll learn how to get the most out of your running experience, maximizing your enjoyment, health, and (if you’re interested) time goals. For more information, visit www.performancechiropractic.com or call Debbie Post at 259-5372. Must pre-register. T 1/12 12:30pm FREE Yogilates ❤❤ to ❤❤❤ Get the best of both worlds by bringing East and West together in Yogilates! A combination of Yoga and Pilates, this methodology works to strengthen the core muscles, improve posture, build muscle tone and increase flexibility. Class will include the use of body weight, bands and stability balls. FREE! Hot Chocolate Ride Health and Fitness FREE! Special Interests Hatha Yoga (mixed level) ❤ to ❤❤ JCWCC 301270-A FREE! PhysioBall Class A fun way to exercise while taking care of your health! Dr. Haley Lauckern of Performance Chiropractic, has extensive training in the latest chiropractic, ergonomic and soft tissue techniques. This 45-minute class will get your heart rate up, strengthen and tone your core muscles and can be adapted for use in your own living room. Appropriate for any level of fitness. Balls will be provided. Wear loose, comfortable clothing. Visit www.performancechiropractic.com or call Debbie Post at 259-5372 for more information. Must pre-register. T 2/9 Th 4/15 12:30pm FREE JCWCC 302650-A 5:30pm FREE JCWCC 304650-A James City County Parks and Recreation 25 Winter/Spring 2010 Health and Fitness FREE! High School Athletes and Chiropractic Chiropractics can benefit people of all ages, particularly students that sit all day in class and then engage in athletic activity. See how chiropractics can reduce the stress on your body, reduce chance for injury, help it work more efficiently and even help your game! Must pre-register. M 2/22 6:30pm FREE JCWCC 302670-A FREE! Ergonomics: Surviving the Work Day How can you survive your workday with less pain? This 45-minute workshop will teach you how to limit or even avoid neck pain, shoulder tightness, and back problems at work. Whether you work at a desk or on your feet, indoors or out, proper posture and ergonomics can go a long way towards making your day a healthy and safe one. Dr. Haley Lauckern, a chiropractor with Performance Chiropractic, has extensive training in the latest chiropractic, ergonomic and soft tissue techniques. For more information, visit www.performancechiropractic.com or call Debbie Post at 259-5372. Must pre-register. T 3/2 5:30pm FREE JCWCC 303280-A Healthy Restaurant Choices FREE! Is it possible to eat healthy, nutritionally-sound meals at restaurants? YES it is! Debbie Post, Health and Wellness Program Coordinator with JCC Parks and Recreation, will share tips and tricks for eating well while on the go. Packed with information, basic nutrition principles and deciphered restaurant terms, Healthy Restaurant Choices will help you to make your next trip to a restaurant the healthiest ever! Registration required; class must have a minimum of 5 participants. Th 3/4 7-8pm FREE JCWCC 303260-A FREE! Gait Analysis What could be more basic than walking and running? Local chiropractor and Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (C.C.S.P.) Dr. Daniel Shaye and the Performance Chiropractic staff will be performing FREE gait analysis and digital foot scans. You may learn why your knee, your back or your hip hurts. You may even catch injuries BEFORE they happen! Visit www.performancechiropractic.com for more information. Must register for appointment time; contact Debbie Post at 259-5372 or firstname.lastname@example.org. T 3/16 3-5:30pm FREE JCWCC Muscle Tone, Imbalance, and Movement Patterns FREE! A Discussion on Movement: Your body uses postural and phasic muscles day in and day out in order to function. These muscles can become over worked or under-worked due to poor posture and mechanics. Learn how these muscle imbalances can lead to muscle spasms and myofascial trigger points and how the way you move affects all of this and how to fix it! The session is free, but please pre-register. M 3/22 6:30pm FREE JCWCC 303680-A FREE! Totally Twisted Whatâ€™s your passion? Tennis? Golf? Aerobics? Running? Recreational sports? Local chiropractor, Acupuncture Fellow (FIAMA), and Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (C.C.S.P.) Dr. Daniel Shaye with Performance Chiropractic has worked with world-class athletes, as well as the rest of us, and has personally run over 27,000 miles. This class will explore the basic body mechanics of your athletic endeavors of choice and help you to participate safely, enjoy more thoroughly, compete more effectively and to recover faster from injuries (without taking pills). For more information, visit www.performancechiropractic.com or call Debbie Post at 259-5372. Must pre-register. T 4/20 12:30pm FREE JCWCC 304660-A For the Health of It! Register online for all classes at www.jccEgov.com/recreation. 26 Winter/Spring 2010 Access to JCC Parks and Recreation facilities and programs leads to healthy lifestyles for citizens of all ages. Recreation activities can build self-esteem, reduce stress, and improve overall wellness. James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation with R.A.D. Basic Physical Defense FREE! Could you effectively defend yourself if attacked? The R.A.D. system is a program of realistic, selfdefense tactics and techniques. A comprehensive course for women that begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance, while progressing to the basics of hands-on defense training. This is not a martial arts program. Each 12-hour course includes a manual, hands-on training, and instruction by R.A.D. certified JCC Police Officers. Courses are limited to 12 participants. Must be able to attend all 5 sessions. T/Th 2/16, 2/18, 2/23, 2/25 7-9pm FREE Sat 2/27 9am-1pm Health and Fitness Stop the Bad JCWCC 302210-A Special Exercise Programs Provided in partnership with the Arthritis Foundation. A Participant Release Form must be submitted with a Parks and Recreation waiver. Land classes are not included with a wristband. Aqua Easy Take a step toward a healthier lifestyle. This low intensity class focuses on increasing flexibility, muscle tone and range of motion. It is a great prenatal workout, or for those with limitations or recovering from surgery and looking to continue their fitness. No swimming ability required. T/Th 1-1:50pm JCWCC Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program This class provides an ideal environment for relieving arthritis pain and stiffness, and improving the range of movement of joints affected by arthritis through the soothing warmth and buoyancy of warm water. Water supports joints, lessens stress, allows free movement and provides mild resistance to help build muscle strength. Participants perform range-ofmotion, strengthening and aerobic exercise. Classes will be 50 minutes and are led by instructors who have completed an Arthritis Foundation approved training program. No swimming ability required. M/W/F 9-9:50am www.jccEgov.com/recreation Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program Level I Promotes joint flexibility, muscular strength, endurance, coordination and range of motion. This chairbased class is ideal for anyone who needs a low intensity exercise program. Instructor: Gail Peck. January 901770-A February 902770-A March 903770-A April 904770-A May 905770-A T/Th 11:15am $15/$10 JCWCC Aerobic Studio Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program Level II Designed to enhance your cardiovascular conditioning, range of motion, flexibility, muscular strength, endurance and coordination. The activities in this class are designed to accommodate someone with arthritis who wants to remain active. This class has a moderate intensity level. Instructor: Brenda Mitchell. January 901780-A February 902780-A March 903780-A April 904780-A May 905780-A M/F 11:05am $15/$10 James City County Parks and Recreation JCWCC 27 JCWCC Aerobic Studio Winter/Spring 2010 Senior happenings Senior Connection Historic Triangle Senior Center Quarterly Newsletter Monday 8:30-11:30am....................Senior Walk: Indoor Track 9am-noon..........................Mah-Jong 11:05am............................Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program Level II 12:30pm............................Bridge Get A Lift...Give A Lift Tuesday 9am...................................Periodic Beginning Computer Class 9:30am-noon.....................Wii Exercise (Bowling) 10am-noon........................Line Dancing 11:15am-noon....................Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program Level I 1pm...................................Periodic Beginning Computer Class 1pm (3rd Tuesday)............Reader’s Theater Wednesday 8:30-11:30am....................Senior Walk: Indoor Track 9:30am-noon.....................Wii Exercise (Bowling) 1-4pm................................Table Games Thursday 9am-noon..........................Happy Sewing Circle 10-11:30am........................Joy Singers Periodically 11:15am-noon....................Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program Level I 1pm (1st Thursday)..........Days of Our Lives Reminiscing Group 1pm (2nd Thursday).........Winter Workshops (call for info) (3rd Thursday)..........Book Club (4th Thursday)..........Classic Movie Friday 8:30-11:30am....................Senior Walk: Indoor Track 9:30am-12:30pm...............Bridge 11:05am-noon...................Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program Level II 1pm...................................Bridge Call 259-4187 for more information on these classes, activities, special monthly workshops and any applicable registration or supply fees, from 10am-4pm, Monday-Friday. Schedule is subject to change. 28 Winter/Spring 2010 If you would like a copy of The Senior Times e-mailed or mailed to your home, call 259-4187 and leave your name and address. The newsletter is filled with fun activities and informative articles. The newsletter is also available at www.theseniorcenter.org. RIDES: Non-emergency Medical Transport Service WHEN: Monday-Friday WHO: Senior residents of James City County, Williamsburg and the Bruton District of York County WHERE: Doctor’s appointments, hospitals, clinics and the Olde Towne Medical Center CALL: 345-6166. Please give two working days notice to schedule or cancel. NOW AVAILABLE: Wheelchair lift van! WEB: Rides4U.org Senior Socials and Trips Galore! Attention Seniors! If good food, fellowship and fun are what you’re looking for, then reserve your spot in any of th upcoming events below: Thursday, January 21: The Ferguson Center presents “Band of the Irish Guards, Royal Regiment of Scotland.” Depart the Community Center at 6:15pm by motor coach and return by 10pm. Cost: $50 for Senior Center members and $72/non-members. Friday, February 5: Virginia Beach Flower and Garden Show. Depart Center at 9am and return by 4pm. Cost: $45 for members and $50 for non-members. March: Marine Museum in Washington, DC. Details TBA. Monday-Thursday, April 26-29: Scheduled to visit The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC as well as the St. Lawrence Basilica and Harrah’s Casino. Cost: $365 for members and $380 for nonmembers, double occupancy. For complete details including departure times and prices, visit our website at www.theseniorcenter.org or call the Senior Center at 259-4187. James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation Aquatics Aquatics Registration Process Aquatic Programs and Facilities............. 259-4185 Aquatic Hotline.......................................... 259-3232 JCWCC Pool Schedule Monday through Thursday...........................6am-9pm Friday...........................................................6am-8pm Saturday.......................................................9am-6pm Sunday.............................................................. 1-6pm The JCWCC will be closed for the following holidays: Christmas Eve....................... Thursday, December 24 Christmas Day.......................... Friday, December 25 New Year’s Eve.......................................close at 6pm New Years Day............................... Friday, January 1 Easter..................................................Sunday, April 4 Memorial Day................................... Monday, May 31 Circle swimming (lane sharing) is encouraged for lap swimming during peak hours. For Pool Activities, pick up an Aquatic Calendar of Events located at the Front Desk. The Williamsburg Aquatic Club (WAC) practices at the JCWCC Monday-Friday, 3-5pm and 7-9pm. WAC is a partnered program with James City County. WAC uses 5 lanes during scheduled practice times. Pool Rules • Children ages 6-11 must pass the swim proficiency test to swim alone. Children 11 and under who have not passed the swim proficiency test must be accompanied in the water by an adult, 16 or older, within arms reach at all times. • Adults only are allowed to use the whirlpool. Children age 12 and older may use if accompanied by guardian. • No street clothes or shoes permitted on pool deck. • Parents are encouraged to view lessons from the bleachers. A complete list of pool rules are available from the Aquatic Operations Coordinator by calling 259-4185. www.jccEgov.com/recreation Please register only for the one aquatic course you need versus registering for all courses offered in each brochure. There are now individual, two-week registration periods (periods below). Once you have successfully passed a class, you can register for the next level during the open registration periods listed below. You can register at the community centers or online at www.jccEgov.com/recreation: 1/4-1/16 2/8-2/27 3/22-4/10 5/3-5/22 Free Swim Evaluations If you are new to JCC and the American Red Cross Learn to Swim program, we will be offering free swim evaluations on the follow evenings during the registration periods. You may stop by the JCWCC anytime during the two hour period: W 1/13 4:30-6:30pm Free 101000-A W 2/24 4:30-6:30pm Free 102000-A W 4/7 4:30-6:30pm Free 104000-A W 5/19 4:30-6:30pm Free 105000-A Frequently Asked Questions 1) If I’m new to the area or this will be the first time my child and/or I will take swimming lessons, how will I know what swim lesson level to register for? There are FREE swim evaluations for children and adults before the start of every swim lesson registration period. During these evaluations, trained aquatic instructors can assess the participant’s swimming skill and provide feedback on the best swim level. 2) What happens if a swim class gets cancelled? Generally, a make-up class will be added, extending the session as many days as needed. Make up sessions will be conducted on the same day of the week and time as the normally scheduled class. However, there will be times when there aren’t enough days to make up swim lessons. In these instances a $5 refund will be provided each participant for each class cancelled. James City County Parks and Recreation 29 Winter/Spring 2010 Aquatics The Class Cancellation policy is listed in the back of this brochure. 3) Why are swim classes at an indoor pool cancelled for thunder and lightning? Although the indoor pool is grounded, it still runs the chance of being struck by lightning. This cancellation policy was created as a safety precaution for all aquatic participants. 4) How will I know if my child should be registered for Level 1 or Level 2 swim lessons? The easiest way to determine the appropriate level is to gauge your child’s comfort in the water. If your child is comfortable in the water and will submerge their face, they should be registered for Level 2. If your child is timid in or near the water and is not comfortable submerging their face, nose or eyes in water, register them for Level 1. 5) How many participants are there in a group swimming class? In Swim Levels 1-5, there’s a maximum of 7 participants. Level 6 Rec Racers Fitness Swimmer has a maximum of 25 participants. In Parent and Child Aquatics Level A and Child Aquatics Level B, there’s a maximum of 15 participants. 6) How long are swim classes? Parent and Child Aquatics classes are 30 minutes. All other swim classes are 45 minutes. 7) Do I have to stay on the pool deck while my child is taking lessons? If your child is enrolled in any swim lesson under Level 4, you must stay on the pool deck during lessons. Children in lessons under Level 4 have not yet developed the skills and endurance needed to pass the facility’s swim test, and therefore cannot swim without a parent present. 8) Can I drop my child off for swim class and then pick them up when it is finished? No, you must be in the facility while your child is participating in swim classes. If your child is in a swim lesson under Level 4, you must be on the pool deck. 9) Can we come in early or stay after class and swim? Yes, if your child has passed the swim test and has a current membership. However, keep in mind space is limited during classes. 30 Winter/Spring 2010 10) Can someone other than a parent bring my child to class? Yes, but they must follow the same rules and stay on the pool deck with the child at all times. 11) If my child misses a class session, can they attend another class/another time? Because each class is based on size and ability, we cannot make individual accommodations. 12) How old must a child be to start swimming lessons? Participants must be at least six months old to register for Parent and Child Aquatics. 13) What is the temperature of the water? The temperature of the water is 84 degrees. 14) How quickly should my child advance through the various levels? Keep in mind that every child learns and advances at his/her own pace. Try not to compare your child to other members of the class; they will progress as they are ready. 15) What should I do if the class I need is full or if there are not enough participants enrolled? If a class is full, please sign up for the waiting list of ONLY the class in which you’re interested. The Aquatic Program Coordinator will contact you if there are openings available. Register early as classes fill up fast! Classes that have not met minimum enrollment will be cancelled the Friday before they are scheduled to start. 16) What if my child is registered for the wrong level? Be sure to read the class descriptions carefully. If a child is signed up for the incorrect class level, there is no guarantee that the child will be transferred to the correct class level once class begins. Children will only be transferred to the correct class level if there is space available in the class. If there is no space in the correct class level, a refund will be issued to the household. 17) What level should I register for if my child has taken a session off? It’s recommended that they repeat the most recent class they have passed or be evaluated on a free swim evaluation day. 18) Why should I add my child on a wait list? If your child is placed on a “wait list” when a class is full, then we will try to accommodate those waiting to enroll as soon as possible. James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation Child Private Lessons (ages 5-18) – for swimmers who need a one-on-one environment for learning Classes will consist of 30 minutes of individual instruction based on the child’s specific needs. Lessons are taught based on instructor availability. To schedule a class, call the Aquatic Program Coordinator at 259-4185. Cancellations and postponements require 24-hour notice to avoid being charged for the scheduled class, except in the case of an emergency. JCWCC 1/1-1/31 $25/lesson 101530-A 2/1-2/28 $25/lesson 102530-A 3/1-3/31 $25/lesson 103530-A 4/1-4/30 $25/lesson 104530-A 5/1-5/31 $25/lesson 105530-A Splish N Splash Semi-Private Class (ages 3-5) – for the beginning swimmer to learn basic skills in a smaller class setting Is your child a beginning swimmer who learns better in a small class? Skills include bubble blowing, kicking with support, putting face in the water, entering and exiting the water safely and floating with assistance on both the front and back. Limited to three children. JCWCC Sat 1/23-3/13 12:30-1:15pm $75/$70 101410-A Sat 4/17-6/12* 12:30-1:15pm $75/$70 104410-A *no class 5/29 Splash N Swim Semi-Private Class (ages 5-7) – for the swimmer to work on perfecting their strokes in a smaller class setting Is your child a swimmer who learns better in a small class? Participants build on the skills introduced in Splish N Splash. Skills include bobbing, floating unsupported on front and back, introduction to front and back crawl (arm and leg actions both separate and combined), retrieving objects from pool bottom and jumping into three to five feet of water. Class limited to three children. JCWCC Sat 1/23-3/13 12:30-1:15pm Sat 4/17-6/12* 12:30-1:15pm $75/$70 104420-A *no class 5/29 www.jccEgov.com/recreation $75/$70 101420-A Swimmers Semi-Private Class Aquatics Youth Aquatic Programs (ages 8-12) – for the swimmer to work on perfecting their strokes in a smaller class setting Is your child a swimmer who learns better in a small class or needs some stroke perfection and skill improvement? Swimmers is designed for an upper level swimmer to work on perfecting their strokes in a smaller class setting. Participants work with an instructor to focus on individual skill needs. Skills can include breathing to the side, butterfly, freestyle, breaststroke, sidestroke, backstroke or any part of a stroke. Class limited to 3 children. JCWCC Sat 1/23-3/13 12:30-1:15pm $75/$70 101430-A Sat 4/17-6/12* 12:30-1:15pm $75/$70 104430-A *no class 5/29 American Red Cross Learn to Swim Levels This swim program is progressive and taught by an American Red Cross Certified Water Safety Instructor. On average, participants repeat each level two to three times before becoming proficient in the required skills. This is very important for successful completion of each level. The ages on all swimming levels after Child Aquatics are 5 and older. If a child is four years old and has successfully completed Child Aquatics, they may be registered for American Red Cross Levels 1 or 2. Parent and Child Aquatics (ages 6 months - 3 years) It is never too early to start your child with swim lessons. Parent and Child Aquatics is an introduction to the water for young children and a water safety course for parents. Parents must be in the water with the child as it helps to develop swimming readiness by teaching children how to have fun in the water. The goal is to provide experiences and activities for parents and children to learn how to feel comfortable in the water and learn about choosing and using life jackets. Non-toilet trained children must wear a swim diaper. Class size is limited to a max. 15 children. JCWCC T/Th 1/19-2/11 10:30-11am $40/$35 101010-A Sat 1/23-3/13 9:30-10am $40/$35 101010-B T/Th 3/2-3/25 10:30-11am $40/$35 103010-A T/Th 4/13-5/6 10:30-11am $40/$35 104010-A Sat 4/17-6/12* 9:30-10am $40/$35 104010-B *no class 5/29 James City County Parks and Recreation 31 Winter/Spring 2010 Aquatics Preschool Aquatics (ages 3-5) Preschool Aquatics is designed for all swimmers ages 3-5. The skill focus will be a wide range of skills from beginner to more advanced swimming skills in preparation for American Red Cross Levels 1 and 2. Students will learn how to enter and exit the water in a safe manner, feel comfortable in the water, submerge in a rhythmic pattern, explore buoyancy in a front and back position, perform combined strokes on front and back, change body positions in water, and learn about choosing and using life jackets. Non-toilet trained children must wear a swim diaper. Class size is limited to a maximum of 15 children per three instructors. JCWCC T/Th T/Th F Sat 1/19-2/11 1/19-2/11 1/22-3/12 1/23-3/13 T/Th 3/2-3/25 T/Th 3/2-3/25 T/Th T/Th F Sat 10:30-11:15am 4:30-5:15pm 10:30-11:15am 9:30-10:15am $45/$40 101020-A $45/$40 101020-B $45/$40 101020-C $45/$40 101020-D 10:30-11:15am $45/$40 103020-A 4:30-5:15pm $45/$40 103020-B 4/13-5/6 10:30-11:15am $45/$40 4/13-5/6 4:30-5:15pm $45/$40 4/16-6/11* 10:30-11:15am $45/$40 4/17-6/12** 9:30-10:15am $45/$40 *no class 5/28 **no class 5/29 104020-A 104020-B 104020-C 104020-D LEVEL 1 – Introduction to Water Skills (ages 5+) There are no prerequisites for this course. The objective of Level 1 is to help students feel comfortable in the water and enjoy the water safely. Students are introduced to elementary aquatic skills which will be built upon throughout the five levels of the Learn To Swim Program. Youth who have some experience with the water may begin the program at a higher level. JCWCC T/Th T/Th F Sat Sat 1/19-2/11 1/19-2/11 1/22-3/12 1/23-3/13 1/23-3/13 T/Th 3/2-3/25 T/Th 3/2-3/25 T/Th T/Th T/Th F Sat Sat 32 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 5:30-6:15pm $45/$40 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 10:30-11:15am $45/$40 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 LEVEL 2 – Fundamental Aquatic Skills Students entering this course must have a Level 1 certificate or be able to demonstrate all the completion requirements in Level 1. The objective of Level 2 is to give students success with fundamental skills. Students learn to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. This level marks the beginning of true locomotion skills. Students will also explore simultaneous and alternating arm and leg actions on their front and back to lay the foundation for future strokes. JCWCC M/W 1/18-2/10 M/W 1/18-2/10 T/Th 1/19-2/11 T/Th 1/19-2/11 T/Th 1/19-2/11 F 1/22-3/12 Sat 1/23-3/13 Sat 1/23-3/13 4:30-5:15pm $45/$40 5:30-6:15pm $45/$40 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 5:30-6:15pm $45/$40 6:30-7:15pm $45/$40 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 10:30-11:15am $45/$40 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 101220-A 101220-B 101220-C 101220-D 101220-E 101220-F 101220-G 101220-H M/W 3/1-3/24 M/W 3/1-3/24 T/Th 3/2-3/25 T/Th 3/2-3/25 T/Th 3/2-3/25 4:30-5:15pm $45/$40 5:30-6:15pm $45/$40 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 5:30-6:15pm $45/$40 6:30-7:15pm $45/$40 103220-A 103220-B 10322-C 103220-D 103220-E M/W 4/12-5/5 4:30-5:15pm $45/$40 M/W 4/12-5/5 5:30-6:15pm $45/$40 T/Th 4/13-5/6 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 T/Th 4/13-5/6 5:30-6:15pm $45/$40 T/Th 4/13-5/6 6:30-7:15pm $45/$40 F 4/16-6/11* 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 Sat 4/17-6/12** 10:30-11:15am $45/$40 Sat 4/17-6/12** 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 *no class 5/28 **no class 5/29 104220-A 104220-B 104220-C 104220-D 104220-E 104220-F 104220-G 104220-H 101210-A 101210-B 101210-C 101210-D 101210-E 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 103210-A 5:30-6:15pm $45/$40 103210-B 4/13-5/6 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 104210-A 4/13-5/6 5:30-6:15pm $45/$40 104210-B 4/13-5/6 6:30-7:15pm $45/$40 104210-C 4/16-6/11* 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 104210-D 4/17-6/12** 10:30-11:15am $45/$40 104210-E Get set to get wet… and have fun in Parks and 4/17-6/12** 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 104210-F Recreation’s swim classes! *no class 5/28 **no class 5/29 Winter/Spring 2010 James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation Students entering this course must have a Level 2 certificate or be able to demonstrate all the completion requirements in Level 2. The objective of Level 3 is to build on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Students will learn to coordinate the front crawl and back crawl in addition to elements of the butterfly and fundamentals of treading water. JCWCC M/W 1/18-2/10 M/W 1/18-2/10 T/Th 1/19-2/11 T/Th 1/19-2/11 T/Th 1/19-2/11 F 1/22-3/12 Sat 1/23-3/13 Sat 1/23-3/13 4:30-5:15pm $45/$40 5:30-6:15pm $45/$40 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 5:30-6:15pm $45/$40 6:30-7:15pm $45/$40 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 10:30-11:15am $45/$40 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 101230-A 101230-B 101230-C 101230-D 101230-E 101230-F 101230-G 101230-H M/W 3/1-3/24 M/W 3/1-3/24 T/Th 3/2-3/25 T/Th 3/2-3/25 T/Th 3/2-3/25 4:30-5:15pm $45/$40 5:30-6:15pm $45/$40 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 5:30-6:15pm $45/$40 6:30-7:15pm $45/$40 103230-A 103230-B 103230-C 103230-D 103230-E M/W 4/12-5/5 4:30-5:15pm $45/$40 M/W 4/12-5/5 5:30-6:15pm $45/$40 T/Th 4/13-5/6 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 T/Th 4/13-5/6 5:30-6:15pm $45/$40 T/Th 4/13-5/6 6:30-7:15pm $45/$40 F 4/16-6/11* 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 Sat 4/17-6/12** 10:30-11:15am $45/$40 Sat 4/17-6/12** 11:30am-12:15pm $45/$40 *no class 5/28 **no class 5/29 104230-A 104230-B 104230-C 104230-D 104230-E 104230-F 104230-G 104230-H LEVEL 4 – Stroke Improvement Students must have a Level 3 certificate or be able to demonstrate all the completion requirements in Level 3. Level 4 should develop confidence in the strokes learned up to this level. Students should improve their skills and increase their endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl and back crawl) for greater distances. Students also build on the butterfly and will be introduced to the elementary backstroke, breaststroke and elements of the sidestroke. The basics of turning at a wall are also introduced. JCWCC M/W 1/18-2/11 T/Th 1/19-2/11 T/Th 1/19-2/10 Sat 1/23-3/13 5:30-6:15pm 5:30-6:15pm 6:30-7:15pm 12:30-1:15pm $45/$40 101240-A $45/$40 101240-B $45/$40 101240-C $45/$40 101240-D M/W 3/1-3/24 T/Th 3/2-3/25 T/Th 3/2-3/25 5:30-6:15pm 5:30-6:15pm 6:30-7:15pm $45/$40 103240-A $45/$40 103240-B $45/$40 103240-C www.jccEgov.com/recreation M/W 4/12-5/5 T/Th 4/13-5/6 T/Th 4/13-5/6 Sat 4/17-6/12* 5:30-6:15pm 5:30-6:15pm 6:30-7:15pm 12:30-1:15pm *no class 5/29 $45/$40 104240-A $45/$40 104240-B $45/$40 104240-C $45/$40 104240-D Aquatics LEVEL 3 – Stroke Development LEVEL 5 – Stroke Refinement Students must have a Level 4 certificate or be able to demonstrate all the course requirements in Level 4. The objective of Level 5 is coordination and refinement of all the strokes (front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke, and sidestroke) and increase their distances. Flip turns on the front and back are also introduced. JCWCC T/Th 1/19-2/11 6:30-7:15pm Sat 1/23-3/13 12:30-1:15pm $45/$40 101250-A $45/$40 101250-B T/Th 3/2-3/25 $45/$40 103250-A 6:30-7:15pm T/Th 4/13-5/6 6:30-7:15pm Sat 4/17-6/12* 12:30-1:15pm *no class 5/29 $45/$40 104250-A $45/$40 104250-B LEVEL 6 – Rec Racers Fitness Swimmer (ages 5-15) Students must have a Level 5 certificate or be able to successfully swim one lap of crawl stroke and one lap of backstroke (1 lap = 50 yards). Level 6’s objective is to refine strokes so students swim with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. This class is for swimmers who are interested in entering swimming competition or who want to achieve a higher level of fitness. This class will be structured much like a swim team. The first session consists of 20 practices and the second session consists of 14 practices. This will help participants work continually on their endurance and stroke skills. JCWCC (ages 5-9) M/W 1/18-3/24 T/Th 1/19-3/25 5:30-6:15pm 5:30-6:15pm $95/$90 101310-A $95/$90 101310-B M/W 4/12-5/26 T/Th 4/13-5/27 5:30-6:15pm 5:30-6:15pm $75/$70 104310-A $75/$70 104310-B M/W 1/18-3/24 T/Th 1/19-3/25 6:30-7:30pm 6:30-7:30pm $95/$90 101320-A $95/$90 101320-B M/W 4/12-5/26 T/Th 4/13-5/27 6:30-7:30pm 6:30-7:30pm $75/$70 104320-A $75/$70 104320-B James City County Parks and Recreation (ages 10-15) 33 Winter/Spring 2010 Aquatics Adult Aquatic Programs American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Course (ages 15+) American Red Cross training makes learning fun and easy. Learn surveillance and rescue skills, First Aid and CPR. Participants must pass a pre-class swim test: 300-yard continuous swim (100 yards of front crawl, 100 yards of breaststroke, and 100 yards of choice of front crawl or breaststroke). Retrieve a 10-pound brick from the bottom of the pool and return 20 yards, keeping both hands on the brick at all times; face must remain out of the water. Failure to complete competency test does not guarantee a full refund. Classes will be held at JCWCC and Eastern State Hospital. Class meets at JCWCC on the first day. Participants must attend EVERY class to obtain certification. Cell phone use is not permitted; using one can be grounds for dismissal. Fee includes all necessary equipment. Registration for this class is open until start date. For more information, call 259-4185. M-Th Sat 2/15-2/25 2/20, 2/27 4-8pm 9-5pm $205/$200 102710-A M-Sat 4/5-4/10 9-5pm $205/$200 104710-A M-Th Sat 4-8pm 9-5pm $205/$200 105710-A 5/10-5/20 5/15, 5/22 American Red Cross Lifeguard Review (Two-Day Course) Is your American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification about to expire? Do you need a bit of a refresher in your skills before you can successfully perform and pass the re-certification test? This review course will prepare you for the Lifeguard Challenge, which will take place on the second day. Participants must successfully complete the prerequisite skills, three scenarios, first aid skills, back boarding and written tests. Failure to complete all requirements does not guarantee a full refund. Classes will be held at JCWCC on Saturday and Eastern State Hospital on Sunday. Participants must attend BOTH classes to obtain recertification. Cell phone use is not permitted in class and can be grounds for dismissal. Course does not include materials or card fee. Bring your current CPR card for proof of certification. Certification cards can be picked up at the American Red Cross office one week after the class is completed. The cost per card is $7 and is due at the time of pick up. Registration is open until the week before the class start date. 34 Winter/Spring 2010 Maximum 20 students a class. Call 259-4185 for more information. Sat Sun 3/27 3/28 9-5pm $105/$100 1-5pm 103740-A Sat Sun 4/24 4/25 9-5pm 1-5pm $105/$100 104740-A Sat Sun 5/8 5/9 9-5pm 1-5pm $105/$100 105740-A American Red Cross Lifeguard Challenge (Half-Day Course) Is your American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification about to expire? Are you comfortable with your skills and simply need to re-certify? Participants must successfully complete the prerequisite skills, three scenarios, first aid skills, back boarding and written tests. Failure to complete all requirements does not guarantee a full refund. Classes will be held at Eastern State Hospital. Cell phone use is not permitted in class and can be grounds for dismissal. Course does not include materials or card fee. Please bring your current CPR card for proof of certification. Certification cards can be picked up at the American Red Cross office one week after the class is completed. The cost per card is $7 and is due at the time of pick up. Registration is open until the week before the class start date. Maximum 20 students a class. Call 259-4185 for more information. Sat 3/20 1-5pm $55/$50 103750-A Sat 4/17 1-5pm $55/$50 104750-A Sat 5/1 1-5pm $55/$50 105750-A Sat 6/5 1-5pm $55/$50 106750-A Lifeguard CPR-PR AED Re-Certification Is your CPR-PR AED about to expire? Do you need to recertify before summer starts? This half-day class will re-certify your skills. Course does not include materials or card fee. Certification cards can be picked up at the American Red Cross office one week after the class is completed. The cost per card is $7 and is due at the time of pick up. Registration is open until the week before the class start date. Maximum 20 students a class. Call 259-4185 for more information. Sun 3/21 1-5pm $25/$20 103760-A Sun 4/18 1-5pm $25/$20 104760-A Sun 5/2 1-5pm $25/$20 105760-A Sun 6/6 1-5pm $25/$20 106760-A James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation Are you interested in learning how to swim or just taking a few classes to perfect your strokes? Training for a triathlon and need some stroke refinement? Classes will consist of 30 minutes of individual instruction based on the individual’s specific needs. Lessons taught based on instructor availability. To schedule an appointment, call Jackie Condict at 259-4185. Cancellations and postponements require 24-hour notice, except in the case of an emergency. JCWCC 1/1-1/31 $25/lesson 101520-A 2/1-2/28 $25/lesson 102520-A 3/1-3/31 $25/lesson 103520-A 4/1-4/30 $25/lesson 104520-A 5/1-5/31 $25/lesson 105520-A Masters Swimming (ages 18+) Looking to improve your swimming and endurance? Training for a triathlon? Join our Masters Swim program. This program will provide training, but does not include competitions. If you plan to compete with Masters Swimming, meet registration will be your own responsibility. A JCWCC Aquatic Swim Cap will be provided with registration. For more information, call the Aquatic Program Coordinator at 259-4185. JCWCC Coached Practices, Score Recording and Weekly Workouts M/W/F 1/18-3/26 6-7am $95/$90 101540-A M/W/F 4/12-5/28 6-7am $75/$70 104540-A Aqua-Fitness schedules are subject to change. Current schedules are available online and at the Front Desk. Monthly schedules are also e-mailed to participants who provide an e-mail address at the time of registration. Aquatics Adult Private Swim Lessons (ages 18+) If there are classes you’d like to see offered, please don’t hesitate to call Jackie Condict, Aquatic Program Coordinator at 259-4185 with your suggestions. Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program We are now offering Arthritis Water Exercise. This class provides an ideal environment for relieving arthritis pain and stiffness, and improving the range of movement of joints affected by arthritis through the soothing warmth and buoyancy of warm water. Water exercise is a gentle way to exercise joints and muscles. Water supports joints, lessens stress, allows free movement and provides mild resistance to help build muscle strength. Classes will be 50 minutes and led by instructors who have completed an Arthritis Foundation approved training program. Participants perform range-of-motion, strengthening and aerobic exercise. No swimming ability is required. Aqua Easy Take a step toward a healthier lifestyle. This low intensity class focuses on increasing flexibility, muscle tone and range of motion. It’s a great prenatal workout, or for those with limitations or recovering from surgery and looking to continue their fitness. No swimming ability required. Water Walking Aqua-Fitness Classes • Wristbands are needed to participate in Aqua-Fitness classes. Both 10-visit and monthly wristbands are available. See page 23 for prices. • No swimming ability is required. • Please consult a physician before beginning an Aqua-Fitness class. Note: Check the symbol located beside the Aqua-Fitness classes to find a class to match your fitness needs. Please see the fitness schedule for times and dates of the classes. = moderate, low intensity = medium intensity = high intensity www.jccEgov.com/recreation Are you looking to exercise, but do not want a workout that is too strenuous? This is the class for you! This class consists of a low impact cardio workout for the whole body. Classes will be structured so that participants are comfortable moving at their own pace with guidance from their instructor. No swimming ability required. Water Cardio This class is a high intensity cardiovascular workout to increase endurance, flexibility and muscle tone. Through the use of various equipment and techniques, you’ll be put through an intense cardio workout without the strain on your joints from a land aerobics class. No swimming ability required. James City County Parks and Recreation 35 Winter/Spring 2010 Community Centers Facilities Access Passholder Benefits The Benefits Are Endless with your membership to the James City/Williamsburg Community Center! James City/Williamsburg Community Center 5301 Longhill Road, Williamsburg, VA 23188 259-4200 Hours of Operation Monday-Thursday......................6am-9pm Friday..........................................6am-8pm Saturday.....................................9am-6pm Sunday...............................................1-6pm JCWCC Holiday Closings Christmas Eve............... Thursday, December 24 Christmas Day.............. Friday, December 25 New Year’s Eve............. close at 6pm New Year’s Day............. Friday, January 1 Easter, Sunday,............. April 4 Memorial Day................ Monday, May 31 Plan Your Next Birthday Here Have your child’s next birthday party here! You plan the fun for your guests. We provide: • Private party room with kitchen access • Pool/gym access • Water toys and game balls provided as needed Party times: Saturday...1:15-3:15pm Sunday.....1:15-3:15pm and 3:45-5:45pm Call 259-4200 for availability. Reservations and $50 payment are required at least two weeks in advance. 36 Winter/Spring 2010 • Swimming pool, 25-meters x 25-yards with zero depth entry and lanes for lap swimming • Gymnasium with two full basketball courts or four volleyball courts • Two-lane indoor suspended track • Two glass-backed racquetball courts • Fitness area equipped with free weights, Cybex and Nautilus Nitro machines, treadmills, elliptical machines, upright and recumbent bikes, rowers, step machines and a stairclimber and a Broadcast Vision Theater • Fitness orientation and services • Catering kitchen • Craft room equipped with four pottery wheels and kiln • Locker rooms with showers and dry saunas • Family locker room • Dance/Aerobics room • Teen lounge • Senior lounge with living room, TV, meeting space and computers • Lobby living room with a large screen TV • Parent-supervised play area • Whirlpool Fitness Orientation and Services Basic Orientation A fitness attendant will demonstrate how to set up and determine pad and seat settings for the Nautilus or Cybex equipment. In addition, they’ll discuss general physical fitness principles and fitness room etiquette. Each patron will be given a fitness diary to record their personal settings and track their workouts. Orientations are available several times per day and are designed to accommodate up to four patrons at a time. Patrons can sign-up at the fitness desk for Nautilus, Cybex or both lines of equipment. Allow at least one hour to complete an orientation. Orientations are optional. Program Design Orientation A fitness trainer will determine initial weight settings for patrons for either line of equipment. Patrons will be required to complete a Basic Orientation before signing up. These orientations are scheduled upon request and are designed for one patron at a time. James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation Community Centers Patrons can sign up at the fitness desk and should allow one hour to complete this orientation. Patrons must fill out a Medical History Inventory for review before this orientation. Cardiovascular Endurance Machine Orientation Fitness staff are available to provide information on how to use the equipment on an as needed basis. Patron Services Available • On-site registration for division-wide programs/services • Notary services • Ballfield, gym and community room rentals. Community/Meeting rooms seat up to 200 and are available for rent along with the catering kitchen. The entire community center is available for rent after regular hours. Call 259-4200 for availability and fee information. • Corporate passes for businesses • Senior activities with the Historic Triangle Senior Center • Health education programs offered through SWCH Accessible Equipment The JCWCC’s fitness area is equipped with special adaptive equipment for those who use wheelchairs, lack mobility or require physical therapy. This equipment was purchased with a grant from the Peninsula Disability Services Board. For swimmers who use wheelchairs, aquatic chairs are available at the JCWCC in the aquatic area. JCWCC Child Care FREE to JCWCC Access Passholders! (ages 3 months - 11 years) 259-4200 The JCWCC offers child care to patrons using the Center. While taking a class, swimming in the pool or working-out in the gym, we’ll provide a safe and fun stay for your child! Maximum two-hour stay. Hours of Operation Monday-Saturday...................... 9am-noon Adult and Senior Combo Passes Now Available! The new pass combines Community Center access and all fitness classes for one low price! www.jccEgov.com/recreation James River Community Center 8901 Pocahontas Trail, Williamsburg, VA 23185 887-5810 Hours of Operation Monday-Thursday.................. noon-9pm Friday..................................... noon-8pm Saturday and Sunday.................. 1-6pm Access Passholder Benefits • Gymnasium • Multipurpose room which includes game tables and large screen TV • Locker rooms • Classrooms for meetings • Outside basketball courts and soccer field • Racquetball court • Award winning nature trail • Fitness area weight training and cardio equipment Patron Services Available • On-site registration for division-wide programs/ services • Notary services • Corporate passes for businesses • Four meeting rooms as well as the multipurpose room and gym are available to rent after regular hours for small parties or large gatherings. Call 887-5810 for availability and fee information. JRCC Holiday Closings Christmas Eve............... Thursday, December 24 Christmas Day.............. Friday, December 25 New Year’s Eve............. close at 6pm New Year’s Day............. Friday, January 1 Easter, Sunday,............. April 4 Memorial Day................ Monday, May 31 James City County Parks and Recreation 37 Winter/Spring 2010 Community Centers JRCC Free Access for Youth All resident youth ages 17 or younger can get a free access pass to the JRCC. JCWCC & JRCC Center Fee Info JCWCC Family Access Pass Annual Semi-Annual Quarterly Adult Access Pass Annual Semi-Annual Quarterly Senior Access Pass Annual Semi-Annual Quarterly Youth Access Pass Annual Semi-Annual Quarterly Annual Adult Combo (includes facility access + all fitness classes) Annual Senior Combo (includes facility access + all fitness classes) JRCC Resident Non-Resident $400 $240 $145 $750 $445 N/A $200 $120 $80 $430 $245 N/A $160 $105 $65 $300 $210 N/A $55 $35 $20 $120 $75 N/A $400 $700 Winter/Spring 2010 Patrons without an access pass may purchase a Daily Access Card to use the James City/ Williamsburg and/or the James River Community Centers. The cards are $10. Resident cards are good for 24 months and non-resident cards for 12 months. Without an access card or an access pass, patrons must complete a visitor access form and pay the non-resident rate with each visit. After the purchase of the Daily Access Card, patrons pay a small Daily Admission Fee to use the Centers. Daily Admission Fee (with a Daily Access Card) Adult Youth Adult 5-Visit Punch Pass Youth 5-Visit Punch Pass Resident Non-Resident JCWCC/JRCC JCWCC/JRCC $8/$3 $11/$5 $2/Free $4/$2 $40/NA $55/NA $10/NA $20/NA JCWCC 5-Visit Punch Pass is available for visitors and residents who hold a Daily Access Card. The punch pass is a convenience to patrons who want to pay a fee that will cover their next five visits to the Community Center. JCWCC Free Admission Times $360 $520 Resident Non-Resident Family Access Pass Annual $50 $75 Semi-Annual $35 $60 Adult Access Pass Annual $35 $65 Semi-Annual $25 $40 Senior Access Pass Annual $25 $45 Semi-Annual $15 $30 Youth Access Pass Annual Free with Daily Card $30 Semi-Annual Free with Daily Card $20 38 Daily Access Card With the purchase of a Daily Access Card, JCC and Williamsburg residents may have free access by showing their card on Thursdays,1-3pm; Fridays, 6-8pm; and Saturdays, 2-5pm. Proof of Residency Proof of residency is required to purchase or renew a resident access pass. A resident is defined as anyone who physically resides in James City County or the City of Williamsburg. This must be a primary residence as reported on income tax forms and used for voter registration. Proper documentation is required to prove residency. Documentation can be a DMV issued driverâ€™s license with current street address, Virginia I.D. card with current street address, or with one of the following that shows street address: a utility bill, lease agreement or voter registration. James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation Host your next meeting, banquet, reception or celebration at 2007 Legacy Hall in New Town! The facility is available for use by civic and community groups as well as the full public on a fee basis. User/rental fees offset tax supported funds to operate the building. Maximum occupancy is 299. Legacy Hall 2007 Legacy Hall Legacy Hall is located at 4301 New Town Avenue. Tours of the facility are available by appointment only during business weekdays, 8am-5pm. Facility use fees range from $20/hour - $150/hour dependent on user type and room(s) selected. There is an additional fee for use of the kitchen as well as a refundable security deposit. 2007 Legacy Hall is closed on JCC government holidays. For the complete list of 2007 Legacy Hall policies and procedures, visit http://www.jccegov.com/legacyhall/index.html. To reserve the facility, contact Joan Etchberger at 5300 Palmer Lane, Suite 1A, Williamsburg, VA; 757-259-5410 or email email@example.com. Meeting Rooms â€“ 2007 Legacy Hall features two adjoining meeting rooms, one large and one small, which can be used together or separately. Both rooms can accommodate audiovisual presentations. Twenty round tables (60 inches in diameter) and 175 cloth-seated chairs and 100 stackable chairs are provided and can be arranged in a number of different configurations to fit the occasion. Kitchen â€“ Kitchen amenities include a refrigerator, microwave, ice maker, double oven (stovetop/burners not present), sink and counter space. The kitchen (at additional cost) is available to the large meeting room if both rooms are in use simultaneously by different groups. However, if the large room user does not reserve the kitchen, it may be available to the small room user. www.jccEgov.com/recreation James City County Parks and Recreation 39 Winter/Spring 2010 Parks Info Parks! Brickyard Landing (BYL) 990 Brickyard Road (off Forge Road) 259-5360, open daily sunrise to sunset CRP Boat Ramp/Rental Fees Resident Non-Resident Boat Launch (annual) Boat Launch (day) Boat and Motor (hour) Boat and Motor (day) Canoe and Kayak Launch Canoe and Kayak Rental (hour) each additional 15 minutes Canoe/Kayak (day) $75 $5 $12 $36 $2 $4 $1 $20 $100 $8 $18 $54 $3 $6 $1 $30 CRP Camping Fees Brickyard Landing is a public boat ramp that provides citizens access to the Chickahominy River from the upper end of the James City County. Resident Non-Resident Basic $22 $26 Electric $24 $28 Water/Electric $26 $30 Monthly (March and April) $550 $600 Monthly (September-November) $550 $600 Monthly (December-February) $475 $525 Chickahominy Riverfront Park (CRP) 1350 John Tyler Highway 258-5020, open daily CRP Driving Range Resident Non-Resident $4 $5 $1 $2 Bucket of Balls Club Come enjoy this 140-acre park located on the Chickahominy River. Facilities include two outdoor swimming pools, boat ramp, camp sites, a playground, picnic shelters, a small store and access to the Virginia Capital Trail. Bring your boat or rent one at the park to enjoy fishing or exploring the Chickahominy River and Gordon Creek. The large fields and picnic shelters are available for special events. Please contact the park for pool and store operating hours. 40 Winter/Spring 2010 CRP Shelter Rental Fees (Capacity) Resident Non-Resident Pavilion/Woods – full day (100) $100 $125 Pavilion/Woods – half day (100) $75 $100 Large Shelter/Pool – full day (75) $100 $125 Large Shelter/Pool – half day (75) $75 $100 Fees Please note: Parks and Recreation fees are subject to annual review and possible adjustment on July 1 of each year. James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation James City/Williamsburg Community Center 5301 Longhill Road • two softball fields with lights (rental) • two natural grass fields with lights (rental) • 2-mile walking trail encircling the Center • Skate Park 18th-century graveyard, the Revolutionary War Battle of Spencer’s Ordinary (1781), a 17th century domicile and the Williamsburg Botanical “Ellipse Garden” which features more than 300 species of native Virginia vegetation. Parks Info Community Centers/Outdoor Facilities James River Community Center 8901 Pocahontas Trail • softball field, no lights (rental) • natural grass field (rental) Field Rental Fees Resident Non-Resident Ball Field (hour– 2 hours minimum) $25 $35 Ball Field Lights (hour) $20 $20 Diascund Reservoir (DRP) 9551 Diascund Reservoir Park Road Off Route 60 West pass Toano in Lanexa 259-5360, open daily sunrise to sunset This reservoir, provided and operated jointly by Newport News, James City County and the Division of Game and Inland Fisheries, is open to the public for boating access and fishing. Electric trolling motors are the only motors permitted on the reservoir. Freedom Park (FP) 5535 Centerville Road 259-5360, open daily 7am to sunset This forested retreat of over 600 acres features 1.8 miles of hiking trails and almost 10 miles of mountain bike trails winding through historical sites, forests and along creeks. Visit the first Free Black Settlement where three historically accurate recreated cabins are located in a meadow and are furnished with items authentic to the period (1803-1850). The park is also the site of an www.jccEgov.com/recreation Greensprings Interpretive Trail (GST) 3751 John Tyler Highway 259-5360, open daily 8am to sunset Wander along this 3.5-mile nature trail that loops through a landscape of beaver ponds, wetlands and forests. The trail includes interpretative signs about the environment, historical events of the early colonists and American Indians and area wildlife. The trail is on wetlands adjacent to Mainland Farm, the oldest continuously cultivated farm in America. The trailhead also provides convenient parking and paved trail access to the Virginia Capital Trail. Over 200 species of birds have been documented on this site and it’s part of the Virginia Birding Trail. Ironbound Park (IP) 100 Carriage Road 259-5360, open daily sunrise to sunset This is a neighborhood-style park features a paved, multiuse trail, small shelter with tables and grill to accommodate 50, a basketball court and playground. James City County Parks and Recreation 41 Winter/Spring 2010 Parks Info James City County Stadium (STADM) 4725 Stadium Road, off Opportunity Way across from the Williamsburg Outlet Mall in the Warhill Sports Complex 259-5360 This 3,000-seat stadium is designed for a variety of sports and community activities. The surface is rubber infilled synthetic turf with permanent lines for football, soccer and field hockey. There are two locker rooms and two restroom/concession facilities located at each end of the stadium. Stadium Rental Fees (3,000 seats) Call for fees – 259-5360. Jamestown Beach Campground (JBC) 2217 Jamestown Road 259-5360, Beachfront open year round, daily, 8am to sunset Little Creek Reservoir Park (LCRP) 180 Lakeview Road in Toano (off Forge Road) 566-1702, open March-November, M-F, 7am-sunset; opens 6am to sunset on weekends and holidays; December-February, opens 7am-5pm on weekends only. LCR is a fisherman’s paradise! This scenic park overlooks a 996-acre reservoir offering year round fishing, boating and picnicking. The park also has a concession facility, playground, soft mulch nature trail and two shelters with grills plus rental canoes, kayaks and Jon boats and a launch-your-own boat ramp. Electric trolling motors are the only motors permitted on the reservoir. Boat Ramp/Rental Fees Boat Launch (annual) Boat Launch (day) Boat Launch (after 2pm) Canoe and Kayak Launch Canoe and Kayak Rental (hour) each additional 15 minutes Canoe and Kayak (day) Jon Boat Fishing Jon Boat Fishing (after 2pm) Jon Boat (pleasure) Jon Boat (pleasure with motor and battery) Trolling Motor and Battery Extra Battery Pier Fishing The Park features a small beach front on the James River. Picnic tables and grills are available. During Operating Hours Resident Non-Resident $50 $80 $5 $8 $3 $5 $2 $3 $4 $7 $1 $1 $20 $30 $8 $12 $4 $6 $4 $6 $10 $12 $5 $15 $15 $5 Resident Non-Resident Free Free Shelter Rental Fees (Capacity) Resident Non-Resident Shelter/Playground – full day (35) $75 $100 Shelter/Playground – half day (35) $50 $75 42 Winter/Spring 2010 James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation 3793 Ironbound Road 259-5360, open daily 7am-10pm This 19-acre park has something for the whole family! Children can play at Kidsburg, a community-built playground that has become an area attraction. Adults can enjoy lighted recreation areas including softball and baseball fields, basketball and tennis courts, as well as sand volleyball courts. Walk the paved 2/3 mile ADA accessible multi-use path that encircles the park. Are you planning a small family outing, family reunion, or perhaps a group meeting? Then you may want to consider Mid County Park. There is a large picnic shelter and a small picnic shelter and play areas for games or other functions. Skate Park and Multiuse Trail (SP) Parks Info Mid County Park (MCP): Home of Kidsburg Located adjacent to JCWCC – Free 259-5360, open daily 9am to sunset; park will close in the event of inclement weather. This bowl-style skate park is 10,000 square feet of concrete jumps and ramps. It also features two ramps, a rail, a hand rail and multiple grinding edges. Helmets and protective gear are highly recommended. The site also features a half-mile, 10-foot wide paved multiuse trail. Shelter Rental Fees (Capacity) Resident Non-Resident Shelter/Kidsburg – full day (50) $75 $100 Shelter/Kidsburg – half day (50) $50 $75 Field Rental Fees Resident Non-Resident Ball Field/hour (2 hours minimum) $25 $35 Ball Field Lights/hour $20 $20 Powhatan Creek Park (PCP) 1831 Jamestown Road 259-5360, open daily sunrise to sunset This one-acre facility is part of the Chesapeake Gateways Network and provides access to the James River at Jamestown Island, including scenic views of Historic Jamestowne. Powhatan Creek is listed on the Natural Resources Inventory as the most biodiverse creek on the Peninsula. Scenic views of tidal marshes and an abundance of wildlife highlight trips on this beautiful waterway. Park consists of a unique, small non-motorized boat/canoe/kayak launch with parking for 20 vehicles and five observation/fishing piers. www.jccEgov.com/recreation Sign up for The Great Park Pursuit. Details on page 10! James City County Parks and Recreation 43 Winter/Spring 2010 Parks Info Upper County Park (UCP) 180 Leisure Road in Toano 566-1451, Park open daily 8am to sunset. Pool is open 11am-8pm, Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day (Memorial Day Weekend – mid-June, weekends only). This 91-acre park is located in the upper end of JCC. Amenities include a 25m swimming pool and a toddler pool, playgrounds, sand volleyball and basketball courts, multi-use trails and a 3.5-mile mountain bike trail, horseshoe pits and picnic shelters. There is a nominal charge to swim or rent the shelter. During its operating season, the pool may be rented after hours. Waller Mill Dog Park Route 645, Airport Road (Waller Mill Park) 259-3778 The 1.5-acre park is a joint venture with Williamsburg. Registration is required to access the park. Annual memberships are available for residents. Warhill Sports Complex (WSC) 5700 Warhill Trail 259-5360, open daily 7am to 10pm Shelter Rental Fees (Capacity) Resident Non-Resident Pavilion/Pool – full day (150) $100 $125 Pavilion/Pool – half day (150) $75 $100 Shelter/Playground – full day (50) $75 $100 Shelter/Playground – half day (50) $50 $75 Shelter/Woods – full day (50) $75 $100 Shelter/Woods – half day (50) $50 $75 Virginia Capital Trail (VCT) Trail starts in the parking lots of Chickahominy Riverfront Park and Greensprings Trail and connects to Jamestown Settlement JCC is a partner of the VCT, a regional 55-mile multiuse trail connecting all of Virginia’s capitals – Jamestown, Williamsburg and Richmond. The first 7.5 miles of trail, all in JCC, are completed. The trail is a cooperative effort of the Virginia Department of Transportation, Game and Inland Fisheries and Conservation and Recreation, as well as the VCT Foundation and Williamsburg Land Conservancy. This complex is host to most local sporting events for County league playand tournaments. The baseball complex includes three lighted youth baseball fields, one lighted majors baseball field, four tee-ball fields, a concession building with rest rooms and a playground. The soccer/multiuse fields complex includes six synthetic turf multiuse fields, four premier full size and four intermediate grass soccer fields and a concession building with restrooms. The Park also includes three outdoor basketball courts, a one-mile paved multiuse trail, a 3.5-mile hiking trail, two ponds for shoreline fishing, the stadium and the indoor athletic facility – Williamsburg Indoor Sports Complex, which is a private for profit venture. For tournament fees and rate schedules, call 259-5360. Field Rental Fees 44 Resident Non-Resident Ball Field/hour (2 hours minimum) $25 $35 Ball Field Lights/hour $20 $20 Winter/Spring 2010 James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation Special Event Space Attendance less than 100 101-200 201-500 501-1,000 1,001 and above Security Deposit Daily Fee $125 $250 $250 $500 $500 $1000 $750 $1500 $1000 $2000 Civic Association/Co-Sponsored (non-profit) Security Deposit Daily Fee Attendance is less than 100 $75 $125 Attendance is 101-200 $125 $250 201-500 $250 $500 501-1,000 $375 $750 1,001 and above $500 $1000 Open space is available for special events at several parks and requires the approval of a Special Events Application. A Special Event is defined as any organized activity using park space that is either 1) open to the public or 2) a private function that requires reserved space or special set-ups beyond the typical facility rental of a shelter or a field. Parks and Recreation reserves the right to determine the location best suited for the event based on the planned activity and the appropriateness of the venue requested. Use of concessions will require completion of a Concession Permit Application. The Security Deposit is due at the time of the reservation. All other fees are due 30 days in advance of the event. Give Us a Call! Chickahominy Riverfront Park.............258-5020 Division of Parks and Recreation.........259-3200 Program Information Parks and Facilities Information Financial Assistance E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org JC/W Community Center....................259-4200 James River Community Center......... 887-5810 Little Creek Reservoir Park.................. 566-1702 Upper County Park.............................. 566-1451 Updated daily for the latest on programs during inclement weather. Activity Hotline....................................259-3232 Aquatic Hotline....................................259-4202 Rec Connect Info Line.......................... 259-3170 www.jccEgov.com/recreation Parks Info Individual/Private Organization (for-profit) Location Key BMS CBB CGC CRP Berkeley Middle School, 1118 Ironbound Rd. Clara Byrd Baker Elementary, 131 Ironbound Rd. Colonial Golf Course, 8285 Diascund Rd. Chickahominy Riverfront Park, 1350 John Tyler Hwy. DJM DJ Montague Elementary, 5380 Centerville Rd. FP Freedom Park, 5535 Centerville Rd. HTSC Historic Triangle Senior Center, 5301 Longhill Rd. IP Ironbound Park, 100 Carriage Rd. JB James Blair Middle School, 117 Ironbound Rd. JCWCC James City/Williamsburg Community Center, 5301 Longhill Rd. JHS Jamestown High School, 3751 John Tyler Hwy. James River Elementary School, JR 8901 Pocahontas Trail JRCC James River Community Center, 8901 Pocahontas Trail LCRP Little Creek Reservoir Park, 180 Lakeview Rd. MCP Mid County Park, 3793 Ironbound Road MES Matoaka Elementary, 4001 Brick Bat Rd. MW Matthew Whaley Elementary, 301 Scotland St. NES Norge Elementary, 7311 Richmond Rd. P&O Outlet, Piano and Organ Outlet, 6316 Richmond Rd., Lightfoot RB Rawls Byrd Elementary, 112 Laurel Lane Satellite Services Office, 3127 Forge Road, Toano Stonehouse Elementary School, SES 3651 Rochambeau Rd. SWRMC Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center, 5301 Longhill Rd. TMS Toano Middle School, 7817 Richmond Rd. UCP Upper County Park,180 Leisure Rd. Toano WISC Williamsburg Indoor Sports Complex, 5700 Warhill Trail WL Williamsburg Library, 515 Scotland St. WNGC Williamsburg National Golf Course, 3700 Centerville Road WSC Warhill Sports Complex, 5700 Warhill Trail Parks & Recreation Advisory Commission Edgar Borg...............................................564-1188 Michael Hand..........................................345-6950 Jay Lipscomb.......................................... 566-3152 Craig Metcalfe........................................208-0624 Nancy Shackleford ................................ 253-1387 Linda Wallace ........................................229-9332 Mark Wenger..........................................253-0056 James City County Parks and Recreation 45 Winter/Spring 2010 Parks and Recreation News Mountain Bike Trail Wins Honors JCC’s Freedom Park Loop C Mountain Bike Trail received top honors from the Virginia Recreation and Park Society (VRPS). The Trail won in the 2008 Best New Greenway, Blueway or Trail category for populations between 50,000-100,000. The award was presented in September during the 55th Annual VRPS Conference held in Roanoke. Housed in the County’s historic Freedom Park, the Loop C Mountain Bike Trail system was designed for bikers of all abilities. However, the trail system does boast some 20 technical trail features to challenge even the most experienced riders. Local members of the Eastern Virginia Mountain Bike Association (EVMA) (pictured below) constructed the 3.22-mile Loop C, donating more than 950 volunteer hours for the layout, design and construction of the project. Parks and Recreation and EVMA worked together and completed Loop C in less than six months from start to finish. Loop C was constructed at no cost to County citizens. Winners were judged by a jury of their peers for demonstrated excellence in their entry areas. Eagle Scout Project a Win, Win “Do a good turn daily” is one of several Boy Scout mottos. Patrick Corbett, Life Scout with Boy Scout Troop #102, took the slogan to heart as he completed his Eagle Scout Project at Jamestown Beach Campground. His project: refurbish picnic tables. Patrick recruited 42 volunteers that included his troop and many parents. They gave some 158 hours of their time and energy to help complete his project in late September and early October. They sorted through more than 200 picnic tables and separated them into piles – the good, the can-be-fixed, and the cannotbe-fixed. From there, they refurbished 106 tables which will be distributed among County parks. And the County saved money too. Alex Holloway, Park Operations Coordinator, noted this project, valued at more than $4,800 in labor costs alone, saved the County maintenance costs, and future cost in purchasing new picnic tables and cleaning up the site. This was definitely a win-win for the County and Patrick, who is working his way to the final ranking of Eagle Scout. For general information on County parks, or if you’re interested in volunteering in a County park, visit www.jccEgov.com/recreation or call 259-5403. EVMA members include experienced trail designers and others professionally trained in mountain bike trail construction. More than 100 picnics tables were refurbished during the Eagle Scout project, and the tables will be relocated to other County parks. Photo courtesy of Corbett. 46 Winter/Spring 2010 James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation July is Parks and Recreation Month reation and Rec tion Destinaation Recre n of Parks y Divisio y Count James Cit Photo Contest! see page 46 -May January n ring 2010 eatio /recr Winter/Sp .com v o g ccE ww.j l w Submit your winning photo for the cover of the Parks and Recreation Summer 2010 brochure! In honor of July Is Parks and Recreation Month, JCC Parks and Recreation is seeking your great photos for the cover of our summer brochure. Photos must be taken within the boundaries of James City County. You’re encouraged to take pictures within our parks and facilities. The list of County parks and facilities appears on page 48. Photo Contest The Great Photography Contest! n creatio tion Re EXPO All! Destina We Have It ide Story ins James Cit Destin Recreaation tion y Count y Divisio n of Parks and Rec reation nnection r Co l Senio n Trips Family Fun l Tee Fest Summer 2008 l May-Au www gust .jccE gov.c om/r ecre ati L earn on To For allSwim ages! Photo Content Photos of nature, residents, quality of life, or of yourself or your family having fun participating in a special event, leisure activity or program are welcomed! It can be a photo of a fun visit to Kidsburg, of you and your family canoeing, catching your first fish, playing basketball or the fun you had on the inflatable slide at Family Fun Fest. Use your imagination and have fun! Photo Requirements • High resolution digital files are preferred. Hard-copy photos (at least 5x7) will be accepted. However, each entry must be of the best quality to be enlarged to 8x10 with minimum loss of quality. • Vertically fomatted photos are preferred as they best fit the established brochure cover page format (see brochure covers above). • The faces of all persons appearing in the photo must be at least dime-sized. • Photos must be deemed decent and appropriate by Parks and Recreation based on the specifications defined in “Picture Content.” • All persons appearing in each photograph must be identified. Youth aged 17 and younger must have the written permission of a parent or guardian to appear in the photo. Riverbank Rhythms l Su mmer Camps l Fam ily Fun Fes t l Se nior Co nnectio n Contest Policies and Procedures • The deadline to submit photos is Wednesday, February 10. • No more than three entries per person. • Contest is open to all ages, void where prohibited. • The winning and honorable mention entries become the property of JCC Parks and Recreation; however, photographers will receive a courtesy when photographs are used in Parks and Recreation publications. • All entries may be used in program promotions, publications or exhibits. • The winner will be photographed and featured in the Summer Activity Brochure. • Judging will be completed by a panel on February 17. • Entries will be judged on the basis of creativity, originality, decency and compliance with contest policies and procedures. • Decision of the judges is final. • Sponsors are not responsible for lost/misdirected mail or incomplete entries. www.jccEgov.com/recreation James City County Parks and Recreation 47 Winter/Spring 2010 Photo Contest Please e-mail your photos (digital preferred) to: email@example.com. Include a description with your e-mail containing the following: 1. Name of Photographer including address, phone and email 2. Name of Person Submitting Photo(s) (if different from photographer) including address, phone and email 3. Location of Photo 4. Title of Photo (picture represents): Names (left to right) of all persons appearing in the photo: Are any of the featured persons 17 years or younger, or appear 17 or younger? If yes, you’ll be mailed a separate photo permission form that must be completed before photos are published. Hard-copy photos can be mailed to Parks and Recreation: James City County Parks and Recreation 5300 Palmer Lane, Suite 1A Williamsburg, VA 23188 Attn: Photography Contest To submit your digital photos and all other inquiries: Veda McMullen James City County Parks and Recreation Communications Coordinator 5300 Palmer Lane, Suite 1A Williamsburg, VA 23188 (e) firstname.lastname@example.org (p) 259-5415 The winning photographer will be notified by February 24. At that time, you’ll be mailed a photography release statement that is required for publication of all photographs. James City County Parks and Facilities • Brickyard Landing, 990 Brickyard Road (off Forge Road) • Chickahominy Riverfront Park, 1350 John Tyler Highway • Diascund Reservoir Park, 9551 Diascund Reservoir Park Road • Freedom Park, 5535 Centerville Road • Greensprings Interpretive Trail, 3751 John Tyler Highway • Ironbound Park, 100 Carriage Road • James City/Williamsburg Community Center, 5301 Longhill Road • James River Community Center, 8901 Pocahontas Trail • Jamestown Beach Campground, 2217 Jamestown Road • Little Creek Reservoir Park, 180 Lakeview Road in Toano • Mid County Park, 3793 Ironbound Road • Powhatan Creek Park, 1831 Jamestown Road • Skate Park, adjacent to the Community Center, 5301 Longhill Road • Upper County Park,180 Leisure Road in Toano • Virginia Capital Trail, Jamestown segments (accessible from Chickahominy Riverfront Park and the Greensprings Interpretive Trail) • Warhill Sports Complex, 5700 Warhill Trail All submissions received will be acknowledged. If you do not receive acknowledgement that your photo has been received, please let us know within one week. Pho Contetso t! se e page 47 48 Winter/Spring 2010 James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation Individuals, families and groups can have fun, make new friends and learn new skills while working on worthwhile projects by volunteering with James City County Parks and Recreation. Share your talents in customer service, trail care, gardening, coaching, tutoring, mentoring, photography or special events! To get started, contact: Vicki Sprigg Human Services Coordinator 5300 Palmer Lane, Suite 1A Williamsburg, VA 23188 email@example.com. 259-5403 Recreation Leaders (middle and elementary schools) Individuals with customer service skills and the ability to work in a team environment are needed for our after school programs. Responsibilities include interacting positively with program participants, leading and participating in daily activities to include homework, gym, arts and crafts, outdoor play, and assisting staff with various activities. • Middle Schools: Monday-Friday, 3-6pm at JB and TMS and at the Community Centers • Elementary Schools: Monday-Friday, 3:30-6pm at MW, CBB, DJM, JR, RB, SES, MES, and NES. Smiling Faces Needed! Special Events Volunteer Would your family like to serve as photographed talent in Parks and Recreation or other County-wide recreational publications? The Division produces three annual activity brochures as well as promotional posters, flyers and other recreational publications. To be considered, please submit a family photo including family names and ages of children appearing in the photo. If you don’t have a photo, we can schedule an appointment to take one! Your information will then be matched with our departmental requests to ensure the best photography opportunity for your family. You can e-mail your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org or send them to: James City County Parks and Recreation 5300 Palmer Lane, Suite 1A Williamsburg, VA 23188 ATT: Smiling Faces Needed Pledge Leader Calling all County kids! How would you like the opportunity to show your leadership, public speaking skills and appear on TV? Sign up to lead the pledge at one of our Board of Supervisors meetings – held on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. You will receive a certificate for volunteering and be the envy of all your friends! Photographer Put your photography hobby and skills to work as a volunteer with the Division! You’ll work with staff and independently at special events and during other classes, events and sports venues to capture action shots in our award winning parks and facilities. We’ll design a schedule around your available hours. If necessary, a camera can be provided. www.jccEgov.com/recreation Volunteer Come Volunteer! Assist in implementing planned community-wide special events for families such as the Harvest Festival, Family Fun Fest, Easter Egg Hunt, Santa Calling, Breakfast with Santa and teen events. Water Safety Aide Assist our Water Safety Instructors in implementing planned programs for swimming and water safety classes at the indoor pool at the James City/ Williamsburg Community Center. Water Safety Instructor Teach a variety of swimming and water safety classes at the indoor pool at the James City/Williamsburg Community Center. American Red Cross WSI certification preferred. Youth Soccer Coach Head coaches and Assistant Coaches are needed for K-9th grade soccer. Coaches conduct one week night practice with their team and Saturday morning games during soccer season. Seasons run eight weeks. Assistant Park Ranger Volunteer to assist with special event parking including Family Fun Fest (May), James City County Fair (June), and Harvest Festival (October). Must be age 19 or older and have the ability to work confidently in an independent outdoor environment under a variety of weather situations. James City County Parks and Recreation 49 Winter/Spring 2010 Registration Info Registration Refund Policy • Facilities/Shelters/Fields – JCC Parks and Recreation will grant a refund for shelters/facilities/ fields that are canceled seven days prior to reservation date. A ten percent processing fee will be assessed. • Class/Trip – To receive a refund/credit voucher, a request form must be submitted seven days prior to the class start date. They can be faxed to 259-5420. All refunds/credit voucher requests will be assessed a $5 administrative fee. Pre-purchased goods are non-refundable. Documentation will be required for requests due to illness, injury, relocation, or family emergency made after the deadline. • Passes – The Division will grant a refund for illness, injury, family emergency or relocation (over 35 miles) minus a 10 percent processing fee. Passes will be prorated from date of purchase. Documentation is required. Freezing may be allowed at the discretion of the Center Administrator and will only be done for medical reasons or leaving the area for more than 30 days with required proper documentations. Passes must have been active for a minimum of 30 days before freezing. • Before/After School – A credit voucher, not a refund, will be given for missed days in the case of injury, illness, or family emergency (documentation will be required). A $5 administrative fee will be charged. A credit form must be filled out within seven days (hand-stamped or postmarked). A refund will be given for relocation over 35 miles. Credit vouchers will only be given if there is a change of payment status. Annual Activity Waiver Covers the entire family. • Only needs to be completed and signed once a year. • Once your household’s waiver is on file, you can call-in or register online for available activities. Registration forms are required for all walk-in business in addition to Before/After School and Total Rec Camp Classes. • The waiver is available at all Parks and Recreation locations, Satellite Services, as well as downloadable from our website. The Annual Activity Waiver allows you to list everyone in your household on one easy form. Dependents 18 and older will be required to complete a separate form. Bring your completed waiver and photo identification to any of our sites 50 Winter/Spring 2010 for processing. Once your waiver is on file, you can register for activities over the telephone, by fax, on the web or in person. A signed waiver also permits JCC Parks and Recreation to take photographic images of adults and children participating in division programs for promotional uses. Nondiscrimination/Inclusion Statement The JCC Division of Parks and Recreation provides leisure opportunities and recreation programs which are open and accessible to all citizens in the County regardless of sex, religion, socioeconomic status, and/or level of physical or mental ability. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to recreate with their peers by taking any class listed in this brochure. Please give us at least three weeks notice prior to the class or program start date to make reasonable accommodations. It is our intent to provide a safe, successful and enjoyable experience for all. Please call us at 259-3200. Financial Assistance Policy All JCC and Williamsburg residents may apply for a discount for Parks and Recreation program activities. Residents wishing to apply for the discount will be required to complete a JCC Parks and Recreation Financial Aid Application form and provide proof of income annually. Income eligibility information and Financial Aid Application forms are available at any JCC Parks and Recreation facility. For more information on JCC Financial Assistance Policy, call 259-5416. Inclement Weather Cancellation Policy 1. Programs held in W-JCC Schools will follow School Board decision on school closings. If schools are closed, programs are canceled. 2. Decisions regarding all other programs will be made based on the facility’s closing policy. 3. Local radio stations will be notified of any programs that are canceled due to inclement weather. Instructors will attempt to notify participants if at all possible. 4. Any program sessions canceled due to the weather will be rescheduled, or credit vouchers/refunds will be given as appropriate. 5. Please call the Activity Hotline at 259-3232 for information on cancellations. James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation Classes fill up quickly! To register for any class you must have an annual activity waiver on file. If class/ activity is cancelled, you will be notified by phone. You may transfer to another class or request a refund. Allow three weeks to receive your refund. Registration confirmation will not be sent by mail. Please assume you are in the class unless otherwise notified. If minimum enrollment is not reached one week prior to starting date, the class will be cancelled. If class/activity has not reached maximum, registration will be accepted up to the start of the secondclass period unless otherwise noted. 4 Ways to Register 1. ONLINE REGISTRATION www.jccEgov.com/recreation, under “Recreation Links” To register online you’ll need your household number, password, class numbers from the Parks and Recreation brochures and a credit card. To obtain your household ID number and password just visit or call the JCWCC at 259-4200 or the JRCC at 887-5810. JCC uses the latest online payment security. Please pay by check (payable to JCC Treasurer) Visa, MasterCard, American Express, cash or money order. Registration Info Registration Policy 2. MAIL-IN Checks payable to JCC Treasurer James City/Williamsburg Community Center 5301 Longhill Road Williamsburg, VA 23188 3. PHONE IN/FAX IN Phone-in credit card processing is available by calling 887-5810, on weekdays between 2-8pm and on weekends between 1-6pm. It is recommended that registrations by FAX (JCWCC 259-4199 or JRCC 887-1652) be sent during the hours listed under walk-in procedures. 4. DROP-OFF JCWCC, 5301 Longhill Road Monday-Thursday...............6am-9pm Friday..................................6am-8pm Saturday..............................9am-6pm Sunday.....................................1-6pm JRCC, 8901 Pocahontas Trail Monday-Thursday..............noon-9pm Friday.................................noon-8pm Saturday and Sunday...............1-6pm Satellite Services Office, 3127 Forge Road, Toano Monday-Friday....................8am-5pm Registration Form (Payment must accompany registration form) Household Name___________________________________________________________________ Mailing Address (check if new ) q_____________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ Home Phone ________________________ Work Phone_________________________________ E-mail Address_____________________________________________________________________ Participants in JCC Parks and Recreation programs may be photographed for promotional purposes. James City/Williamsburg Community Center 5301 Longhill Road ADA Accommodations Needed q (Register at least 3-weeks before the activity date). Williamsburg, VA 23188 Residency: q JCC q Williamsburg q York q Other 259-4200 Fax: 259-4199 Location Code Participant Name Class Title Class Activity # (see Location Key) Fee _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________ ____________ _______ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________ ____________ _______ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________ ____________ _______ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________ ____________ _______ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________ ____________ _______ Payment Type: q Cash q Check q Charge Total _______ I authorize James City County to charge: q MasterCard q American Express q VISA___________________________________________ Card Number __________________________ Card Holder Name (please print) __________________________________________ Expiration Date _______________ Card Holder Signature_ ___________________________________________________________________ See refund policy and registration information in this activity brochure. FOR STAFF USE ONLY: Waiver Expiration Date ____________________ CSA Initials _________ www.jccEgov.com/recreation James City County Parks and Recreation 51 Winter/Spring 2010 N rk Yo 30 er Riv 3 Exit 227 13 60 1 10 Lakeview Road g For eek Cr Little e Road r ake Cro Ro Exit 231 ad rvoir Brickyard Landing Chickahominy Riverfront Park Diascund Creek Reservoir Boat Launch Freedom Park Greensprings Interpretive Trail Ironbound Square Park James City/Williamsburg Community Center and Skate Park 8 James River Community Center 9 Jamestown Beach Campground 10 Little Creek Reservoir Park 11 Mid County Park 12 Powhatan Creek Park 13 Upper County Park 14 Waller Mill Dog Park 15 Warhill Sports Complex 16 2007 Legacy Hall 34 Exit 234 Rese 4 199 wn Ro ad eto Moor d Roa ond hm R ic 15 iny River om h a Chick 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Long hill R oad 14 60 Jo oad ond R lly P 5 Exit 242 199 s 143 Exit 243 Bay Roa 12 rkw ay 199 South Henr y Street Jam Ba Brick oad nR ational Historic Colonial N al Pa 143 Mounts 5 Bypass Road 6 est ow ville Road ad Cente r d 5 ing nspr Gree d Roa Tyler Memo rial Highway 11 und Roa John nue Monticello Ave Iro o 16 nbo tR 2 News Road Ironbound Road 7 d 31 9 60 arkway Colonial P James River 8 James City County Parks and Facilities 52 www.jccEgov.com/recreation James City County Parks and Recreation Winter/Spring 2010 Special Events Calendar For more information on the following Special Events, see pages 4-5. February 2/20 Destination Recreation Expo 9am-1pm, FREE JC/Wmsbg. Community Center A one-day, one-stop opportunity to learn about activities offered through Parks and Recreation and our programming partners. Displays, demonstrations, James City/Williamsburg Community Center tours, and much more! 4/16 Club Rec Night (for teens only, grades 6-9) 8:30-11pm, $8/student Williamsburg Indoor Sports Complex (WISC) Hang out with friends, challenge each other on the Wii, play b-ball, soccer, or dance. School ID and appropriate clothing required. May 5/15 Family Fun Fest March 3/13 Family Fun Night 6:30-9:30pm $3/person, 12 and younger FREE! JC/Wmsbg. Community Center Break out of the winter blahs and have some FUN! April 4/3 Easter Egg Extravaganza Warhill Sports Complex 10am – walking to 2 years 10:20am – 3-4 years 10:40am – 5-7 years James River Community Center 1pm – walking to 7 years FREE! Bring your Easter basket. 11am-3pm $3/car parking fee Chickahominy Riverfront Park Bring the kids – and the neighbors, too! – for a FUN-filled family day at our waterfront park!