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August 2013 - February 2014

Program and Facilities Guide

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427 Monroe Street, Jefferson City, MO 65101 * (573)634-6482 * www.jeffcitymo.org/parks


Parks, Recreation & Forestry Directory A Helping Hand The Jefferson City Department of Parks, Recreation & Forestry encourages people of all abilities to participate in the programs and at the facilities we offer. If a program modification will make an activity accessible for you, our staff will be happy to speak with you individually, make the necessary accommodations, and be sure that the on-site staff is familiar with the situation. Please do not hesitate to let us know how we can help you enjoy your leisure experience. To provide a quality leisure experience for everyone, we strive to make all programs as inclusive and accessible as possible. However, we may not be able to provide all requested accommodations for all programs.

Amusement Park Tickets Save time and money by purchasing discounted amusement park tickets at the Parks and Recreation Department. Discounted tickets are made available through the Missouri Park and Recreation Association ticket consignment program. Ticket sales end September 27, 2013. Ticket prices are also listed on-line at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/AmusementParkTickets.html. Big Surf Adult (ages 11-59) --------------------------------------------- $25.50 Junior (ages 4-10)---------------------------------------------- $20.50 Senior (ages 60+) ---------------------------------------------- $16.00 Schlitterbaun General Admission --------------------------------------------- $31.50 Child/Senior ----------------------------------------------------- $26.75 Silver Dollar City Adult (ages 12-61) --------------------------------------------- $54.00 Child (ages 4-11) ----------------------------------------------- $44.00 Season Pass Adult ---------------------------------------------- $89.00 Season Pass Child ---------------------------------------------- $79.00 White Water Adult (ages 12-61) --------------------------------------------- $38.00 Child (ages 4-11) ----------------------------------------------- $32.00 Six Flags One Day Admission -------------------------------------------- $37.00 Season Pass ----------------------------------------------------- $60.00 Worlds of Fun/Oceans of Fun (3+) NOW TWO PARKS IN ONE! WOF/OOF (ages 3+) ------------------------------------------- $38.00

Table of Contents Adult Programs Special Olympics/Friday Night Recreation ······················· 4 Adult Sports ··························································· 5 Youth Programs Youth Sports ························································6-7 Birthday Parties ·································· Inside Back Cover Golf Oak Hills Golf Center···············································8-9 Community Events Holiday Events ···················································10-11 Special Events ···················································12-13 Leisure / Martial Arts Classes ·································14-15 Outdoor Events ······················································16 Ice Arena Washington Park Ice Arena ···································17-25 Park Programs Pavilion and Building Rental ·······································26 Spotlight on our Indoor Facilities ·································27 Park Improvements ················································· 28 Hiking, Biking and Boating········································· 29 General Information Policies ····························································30-31 Registration Information ···········································32 Registration Form ···················································33 About Us ······························································34 Calendar of Events ······································· Back Cover

How to Reach Us….. Administrative Office ········································· 634-6482 Activities Hotline ·············································· 634-6485 Weekly Calendar of Events···································· ext 1 Oak Hills Golf Center ··········································· ext 2 Washington Park Ice Arena ··································· ext 3 Youth and Adult Sports Cancellations ······················· ext 4 Pool Cancellations ·············································· ext 5 Fax ······························································· 634-6489 Binder Day Camp ············································· 634-6591 Duensing Field ················································· 634-6590 Ellis-Porter/Riverside Pool ··································· 634-6585 Ellis-Porter/Riverside Pavilion Youth Sports Camp ······ 634-6466 McClung Park Pavilion ········································ 634-6516 Memorial Park Family Aquatic Center ····················· 634-6588 Memorial Pavilion Camp Wokka Wokka ··················· 634-6541 Oak Hills Golf Center ········································· 634-6532 Optimist Sports Complex ···································· 634-6518 Parks Maintenance Center··································· 634-6592 Parks Maintenance Center Fax ····························· 634-6333 Shikles Recreation Center ··································· 634-6548 Website ····································· www.jeffcitymo.org/parks E-Mail ·········································· jcparks@jeffcitymo.org Join us on Facebook!

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Special Programs Jefferson city Special Olympics The Jefferson City Special Olympics is a year round sports training program for any Jefferson City resident sixteen years of age and older, having disabilities because of cognitive delays. Participation in Special Olympics provides people with disabilities the opportunity to develop physical fitness, to gain self-confidence, build a more positive self-image and to form friendships with other Special Olympians. If you or someone you know is interested in participating in one, several, or all of our sporting events, you simply need to contact the Department of Parks and Recreation. Signing up consists of completing a form designating the sports in which you would like to participate, a medical information form and release form. For more information on how you can get someone involved, please contact Mike Bollinger at 634-6482.

Friday Night Recreation Friday Night Recreation is a year round recreation program for Cole and adjacent County residents with mental and/or physical disabilities who are 15 years old or older. Family members and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend any of our activities. Friday Night Recreation is co-sponsored by the Jefferson City Department of Parks and Recreation and Cole County Residential Services. The program includes social, physical and creative activities and tries to fill the leisure needs of our participants. Dances, game nights, dinners, hayrides, bingo, movies, and nature activities are some of the events we offer. Anyone wanting to participate must pre-register before attending any of the activities. Pre-registration consists of filling out the registration/application form and returning it to the Parks and Recreation office along with the registration fee. This form includes a parent/guardian release, a brief medical history, and emergency contact information. Schedules and applications may be picked up at the Department of Parks & Recreation and Cole County Residential Services. For more information concerning Friday Night Recreation, call Parks & Recreation at 634-6482 or CCRSI at 634-4555.

Participants wishing to enroll in Friday Night Recreation will need to pay a yearly fee to sign up for the program. The fee is $15 for Cole County residents and $25 for Boone, Callaway, Osage, Miller and Moniteau residents. Everyone signing up for the program will receive an ID card which he/she will need to bring to and wear at every activity. Activity Name

Activity #

Activity Fee

Friday Night Recreation

907421-01

$15 (Cole County residents)

Friday Night Recreation

907421-01

$25 (non residents)

Fall Schedule Sept. 13 - End of Summer BBQ

Nov. 1

- BJ Davis Performance

Sept. 20

- Karaoke Night

Nov. 8

- Bingo

Sept. 27

- Fundraiser & Dance

Nov. 15 - Turkey Trot Dance

Oct. 4

- Hayride

Dec. 6

Oct. 18

- Jays Football Game

Oct. 25

- Halloween Dance

- Christmas Dinner & Dance

Dec. 13 - Christmas Movie

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ADULT SPORTS Winter Volleyball The Department of Parks and Recreation offers 10-game volleyball leagues for adults, ages 16 and above, for the winter season. Entry Fee:

$160 per team

*Late Fee: $180

Forfeit Fee Deposit: $48 Packet Availability:

September 30

Registration:

October 7 - 23

Play begins:

The week of November 4

(Register on-line at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/adultvolleyball.html)

SPRING Volleyball Indoor Leagues:

Sand Leagues:

Entry Fee: $160 per team for 10 matches *Late Fee: $180 **Forfeit Fee Deposit: $45 Leagues: CoRec 2AL, 2AM, 2AH, Women’s 2AH, 3AL, 3AH Packet Available: January 6 Registration: January 14-29 Play Begins: Week of March 3 Facilities: FCC, Salvation Army, Lewis and Clark, Simonsen, 6-10:30 p.m.

Entry Fee 6/6: $90 per team for 6 matches *Late Fee: $110 4/4: $60 per team for 6 matches *Late Fee: $80 2/2 ~ Quads: $30 per team for 6 matches *Late Fee: $50 **Forfeit Fee Deposit: see packet Leagues: Coed, Men’s, Quads, Women’s; 2/2, 4/4, 6/6 Packet Available: January 26 ~ Registration: February 3-19 Play Begins: Week of March 31 Facilities: Binder Sand, 6-10:30 p.m.

(Register on-line at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/ adultvolleyball.html)

(Register on-line at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/

adultvolleyball.html)

*LATE FEE: Registrations received after 5 p.m. on the designated deadline date for a program are not guaranteed placement in the program. Fees will increase for those allowed to register after the deadline where there is still space available.

** Forfeit Fee Deposit: This fee must be paid at the time of registration with a check or credit card SEPARATE from the team entry fee. The check will not be cashed or the credit card debited unless a team forfeits a game(s).

Winter Dodge Ball

Winter Basketball

Registration:

October 7 - November 8

Registration:

October 7 - November 8

Games Begin:

Week of December 1

Games Begin:

Week of December 1

Registration packets will be available

Registration packets will be available

on the first day of registration. Ages:

16 years and above

Entry Fee:

$185 (10 game season)

on the first day of registration. Entry Fee:

$295 (10 game season)

Deposit:

$100 (forfeit fee deposit)

*Late Fee: $205 Deposit:

$60 (forfeit fee deposit)

(Register on-line at http://www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/adultdodgeball.html)

*Late Fee: $315

(Register on-line at http://www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/adultbasketball.html)

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YOUTH SPORTS 5th Grade Basketball The Department of Parks and Recreation and the Jefferson City School District are offering a free youth basketball program for boys and girls in the 5th grade. Students interested in participating or parents interested in coaching need to contact their school’s Physical Education teacher or Athletic Director by September 20. Games will be played on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Schools need to turn in league rosters to the Parks and Recreation office by 5 p.m., Friday, October 11. Games will tentatively begin the week of October 30 with the season finishing by winter break. For more information and league rules please visit us at 427 Monroe Street, M - F, 8 am - 5 pm or on-line at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/Youth5-6thBasketball.html For registration information, please check with your child’s school.

Activities Hotline 634-6485 ext. 4

6th Grade Basketball The Department of Parks and Recreation in cooperation with the Jefferson City School District offers a free youth basketball program for boys and girls in 6th grade. Students interested in participating or parents interested in coaching should contact their school's coordinator or Athletic Director before Christmas break. The 6th grade league rosters are due at the Parks and Recreation office by 5 p.m., Wednesday, January 8. Games will begin in February and end by early April. Games for the 6th grade program will be played on Saturdays beginning at 9 a.m. For more information and league rules please visit us at 427 Monroe Street, M - F, 8 am - 5 pm or on-line at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/Youth5-6thBasketball.html Children interested in playing should register at their school. *LATE FEE Registrations received after 5 p.m. on the designated deadline date for a program are not guaranteed placement in the program. Fees will increase for those allowed to register after the deadline where there is still space available.

High School Hoops The Department of Parks and Recreation offers a seven-game basketball league for high school students. This league is open only to high school students not participating in interscholastic basketball during the 2013-2014 season. ALL TEAMS MUST HAVE A  PARENT AS A MANAGER AS WELL AS A TEAM PLAYER AS CAPTAIN. Each player on a team must be attired in the same color shirts. Team shirt colors are to be chosen and recorded when you return your team’s registration form. Registration forms can be picked up at your school’s main office or at the Parks and Recreation office. Team Fee: Registration: Leagues Offered:

$170 *Late Fee: $190 Nov. 4 - Dec. 4 Boys Senior, Boys A, Boys B, Girls

For league information and registration form please visit us at 427 Monroe Street, M - F, 8 am - 5 pm or on-line at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/YouthHSHoops.html

High School Manager’s Meeting There will be a mandatory pre-season meeting for all High School Hoops managers and captains. All managers and captains must attend this meeting in order for their team to play in the league. Meeting date and time will be published in the High School Hoops registration packet. League rules, facility guidelines and player conduct will be discussed. Please contact Angie Toebben at 634-6491 for more information.

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YOUTH PROGRAMS Start Smart Basketball Skill stations: dribbling/ball handling, shooting, passing/ catching, and running/agility Ages: 3– 6 years old and their parent/guardian Equipment Needed: 1 mini basketball, 1 soft basketball (rubber or cloth), and four cones (Program kit can be purchased for $31) Activity Number: 901125 – time Time Slots: 5, 6 or 7 pm (you choose one) Enrollment Limit: 12 parent/child groups Location: Shikles Recreation Center Gym Program Begins: Wednesday, January 8 Registration: September 2 - December 4, 2013 Program Length: 5 lessons, 2 games Fee: $21 *Late Fee: $26 For program and registration information please visit us at 427 Monroe Street, M - F, 8 am - 5 pm or on-line at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/YouthStartSmartBasketball.html

Activities Hotline 634-6485 ext. 4 Start Smart Golf

Start Smart Soccer Skill stations: kicking, dribbling, trapping and throw-ins/agility Ages: 3 - 5 years old and their parent/guardian Equipment Needed: soft soccer ball, official soccer ball (size 3), youth shin guards & four soccer cones. (Program kit can be purchased for $36) Activity Number: 901121 - time Time Slots: 5, 6 or 7 pm (you choose one) Enrollment Limit: 28 parent/child groups Location: Binder Park / North Jeff City Recreation Area Program Begins: April 9 Registration: January 2 - March 12, 2014 Program Length: 5 lessons, 2 games Fee: $21 *Late Fee: $26 For program and registration information please visit us at 427 Monroe Street, M - F, 8 am - 5 pm or on-line at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/youthstartsmartsoccer.html.

Youth Spring Volleyball Registration: January 14-29

Skill stations: putting, chipping, pitching and full shot Ages: 5 - 6 years old and their parent/guardian Equipment Needed: all equipment will be provided during lessons - SNAG coaching system.

Fee: $30 per player (Recreation); $24 per player (Modified)

Activity Number: 901122—time Enrollment Limit: 16 parent/child groups Location: Oak Hills Golf Center Program Begins: Monday, April 21 Time Slots: 5:30 or 6:30 p.m. Registration: January 2 - March 31, 2014 Program Length: 6 weeks Fee: $25 *Late Fee: $30

Leagues Offered: Recreation and Modified

*Late Fee: $35 per player (Recreation); $29 per player (Modified) Grades Offered: currently in 2nd - High School Teams Formed: by school (Recreation); by coach (Modified) Play Begins: mid-late March Matches: Eight Matches (Recreation); Six Matches (Modified) For league information and registration form please visit us at 427 Monroe Street, M - F, 8 am - 5 pm or on-line at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/youthspringvolleyball.html.

For program and registration information please visit us at 427 Monroe Street, M - F, 8 am - 5 pm or on-line at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/youthstartsmartgolf.html.

Registration for Summer Youth Baseball and Softball (including tee-ball and coach-pitch) will begin in March!

*LATE FEE Registrations received after 5 p.m. on the designated deadline date for a program are not guaranteed placement in the program. Fees will increase for those allowed to register after the deadline where there is still space available.

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Oak Hills Golf Center Daily Green Fees

Annual Passes

18 Holes

9 Holes

18 to 59 years of age

$650

Regular Rates (March - October)

$19

$11

Cart Pass

$400

Winter Rates (November - February)

$11

$6

Total

$1050

Senior Rates (60 years & older)

$11

$6

60 and over

$550

Junior Rates (17 years & under)

$11

$6

Cart Pass

$400

Twilight

$11

n/a

Total

$950

17 years and under

$200

Carts rented on a per seat basis

$13

$7

Cart Pass (16 years and up)

$400

Total

$600

Driving Range Small Bucket

20-25

$3.50

Medium Bucket

40-45

$5.00

Large Bucket

70-75

$6.00

Extra Large Bucket

100-105

$7.50

Family Bucket

140-150

$10.50

Adult

Senior

Junior

Alcohol Restrictions Personal coolers are not permitted at Oak Hills during regular daily play. Exceptions will be made to accommodate tournament sponsors when the course is closed for golf outings. Clubhouse coolers will be available for rent to those who wish to bring alcohol onto the course.

Operating Schedule Oak Hills Golf Center is open daily year round, providing the temperature is at least 40 degrees, and there is no frost on the greens or frozen turf conditions. The driving range is open as long as the course is open, with the exception of Monday mornings during the summer for mowing purposes. If you are uncertain about course conditions please call the clubhouse at 573-634-6532.

Golf Course closes at sunset daily! Opening Times August - September……....…6:30 a.m. October………………….…..……7:30 a.m. November - January…………………TBD

Golf Etiquette When good etiquette is practiced, golf is a much better and more enjoyable game. Benefits of practicing good golf etiquette include faster rounds, greater enjoyment, improved course conditions and better interaction between golfers.

Awards Point Program For every $10 you spend on golf or merchandise you receive 1 point. 10 Points = 9 holes with cart 15 Points = 18 holes with cart

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Things You Should Know Free Mobile App Want to book a tee time or receive special o f f er s on your smart phone? Download the Oak Hills Golf Center mobile app for free from the App Store for your iPhone or Google Play for your android. Other great features include event registration, current weather conditions and a calendar of events.

Golf Clubs and Supplies

Is it time for new clubs or maybe some golf accessories? Oak Hills has expanded its golf merchandise and now offers a wide variety of golf clubs, golf balls, hats and other golf attire from Callaway, Titleist, and Wilson. Come in and see our great deals. For every purchase, receive Awards Points towards free golf .

Dress Code Policy

Unsupervised Youth Play

Tennis or golf shoes required. No boots of any kind allowed.

In order to be approved for unsupervised play, golfers sixteen years of age and younger must successfully complete the following: pass a written multiple choice test related to golf rules, etiquette and safety or complete the Oak Hills Jr. Golf Camp.

Shoes:

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Pants/Shorts:

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No cut-off, biking or running shorts allowed.

Shirts:

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Collared shirts with or without sleeves, hemmed.

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Crew neck t-shirts with or without sleeves, hemmed.

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Ladies tank top/sweaters with a minimum of 1 1/2” strap.

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No spaghetti straps, tube tops or swim suits allowed.

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All shirts must fall between the waist and knee.

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Shirts longer than the shorts must be tucked in.

Anything determined to be offensive by clubhouse staff will not be allowed!

Young golfers ages nine through sixteen who do not meet these requirements and all youth golfers ages eight and younger will be permitted to play only under the supervision of someone seventeen years of age or older. Violations of rules, poor etiquette, bad sportsmanship, abuse of facilities, horseplay and/or other complaints received from golfers will be grounds for suspension and/or revocation of the privileges granted under this policy.

www.jeffcitymo.org/parks

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Holiday Events Candy Cane Hunt The Department of Parks and Recreation would like to invite all daycares/preschools/ kindergarten classes to our ninth Annual Candy Cane Hunt. We will have a candy cane trail at the North Jeff City Multipurpose Building for the children to walk along, a chance to visit Santa and his helpers, find candy canes and participate in a craft activity. If your daycare/preschool group is interested in participating in this event, please contact Santa’s Helper (Angie Toebben) at 634-6491 by Tuesday, November 19 to schedule your group. The Candy Cane Hunt will be held on Tuesday, December 10, Wednesday, December 11, Thursday, December 12 and Friday, December 13 starting at 8:45 a.m. with each group scheduled 15 minutes apart until 12 p.m. You may schedule a time on Tuesday afternoon between 1 – 2 p.m. Please let us know what day, how many children will be coming and the age of the children. Time slots are available first come first serve. Admission is a $1.50 donation per person, with all proceeds going to the Youth Sponsorship Fund. Donations received at the Candy Cane Hunt will be a source of funding for Parks and Recreation sponsorships, to be available to those who otherwise would not be able to afford to participate in organized recreation activities. If you have any questions, please contact Santa’s Helper (Angie Toebben) at 634-6491 or atoebben@jeffcitymo.org.

Parks and Recreation Office: (573)634-6482 Parks and Recreation Hotline: (573)634-6485 For more information on activities go to: WWW.JEFFCITYMO.ORG/PARKS

Living Windows Enjoy the charm of downtown Jefferson City during the holiday season. You will see holiday carolers, scenes alive with many cultural holiday traditions, dancers performing to the Nutcracker Suite, and much more! Join the Downtown Jefferson City Association, all of the downtown stores and the Department of Parks and Recreation for the Living Windows Showcase to be held on Friday evening, December 6. The Department of Parks and Recreation will be offering free hayrides around the festival area.

Do you know how fast you are walking? To get a close estimate, count the number of steps you take in a minute and divide by 30. For example, if you take 120 steps you would be walking about 4 mph.

http://downtownjeffersoncity.com

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Holiday Events Christmas Home Decorating Contest Enter the 28th Annual Christmas Home Decorating Tour and Contest, which is sponsored by Cottonstone Gallery, Parks and Recreation, the News Tribune Co. and Jefferson City Outdoors. Contest is limited to residents within the city limits who have completed and turned in the entry form by the December 6 deadline. There are five categories of competition: City’s Best (Previous Mayor’s Award Winners); Christmas Elegance; Best Use of Lights; Best Religious Display; and Best Use of Christmas Characters. Christmas Elegance is meant to recognize those homes which decorate simply, tastefully, elegantly; homes that would look pretty on the front of a Christmas card. In addition to our regular contest, you can be included on our non-competitive, City-wide Christmas Lights Tour. If you would like to have your home listed on the Tour, please fill out the entry form and check the box stating that you would like to be included in just the Tour. Contest rules along with entry forms will be available several times in News Tribune publications or at Parks and Recreation starting in early November.

MAYOR’S CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING Eighth Annual Mayor’s Christmas Tree Lighting Thursday, December 5, 5:30 p.m. Rotary Centennial Park, Bolivar Street Entertainment: 5:30-6:30 p.m. Tree Lighting: 6:30 p.m.

Join us for entertainment, refreshments, and a visit from Santa Claus at the lighting of the Mayor’s Christmas Tree. Bring non-perishable food item or unwrapped toys for the Salvation Army.

Did you know that a pound of muscle burns about 9 calories a day, and a pound of fat only burns 2?

For more information on activities go to: WWW.JEFFCITYMO.ORG/PARKS

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Special Events

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MARTIAL ARTS CLASSES KARATE CLASS

JUDO CLASS

Karate is a martial art involving blocks, strikes, evasions, throws, and joint manipulations and is divided into three aspects: kihon (basics), kata (forms), and kumite (sparring). Youth American Style Shotokan Karate Class focuses on kihon and kata with some for kumite. A judo gi can be purchased at a martial arts supply store or through class instructor. Minimum age is five years old. Classes are Tuesdays, 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm (6:30 pm - 7:30 pm for youth advanced class). Adult American Style Shotokan Karate Class focuses on kata and kumite with self defense techniques. Minimum age is ten years old. Younger students may be allowed in the class under the discretion of the instructor. Classes are Wednesdays, 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm. All classes are held at N. Jeff City Cedar City Room. Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to start

Beginning Judo for All Ages Judo is the ancient martial art of unarmed self defense and emphasizes throwing, grappling, and submission techniques (striking techniques are not used). A judo gi can be purchased at a martial arts supply store or through the class instructor. Minimum age is 7 years old. Beginning class runs from 6 - 7 pm. Adult/Women’s Judo A second class, from 7-8 pm, is specifically designed for adults, especially women, who seek to understand judo for self defense or to get in shape. Participants will learn basics of tournament judo. Minimum age is 16 years old. All classes are held on Monday evenings at Shikles Gym. Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to start Activity #

Class

Dates

Fee

Late

907411-4A

Beginning Judo

Sept. 9-Oct. 21

$21

$26

907411-4B Adult/Women’s Judo

Sept. 9-Oct. 21

$21

$26

Oct. 28-Dec. 9

$21

$26

Activity #

Class

Dates

Fee

Late

907412-5A

Youth Karate

Sept 17 - Oct 29

$21

$26

907411-5A

907412-5D

Youth-Advanced

Sept 17 - Oct 29

$21

$26

907411-5B Adult/Women’s Judo

Oct. 28-Dec. 9

$21

$26

907412-5B

Adult Karate

Sept 18 - Oct 30

$21

$26

907411-6A

Jan. 6 - Feb. 17

$21

$26

907412-6A

Youth Karate

Nov 5 - Dec 17

$21

$26

907411-6B Adult/Women’s Judo

Jan. 6 - Feb. 17

$21

$26

907412-6D

Youth-Advanced

Nov 5 - Dec 17

$21

$26

907412-6B

Adult Karate

Nov 6 - Dec 18

$21

$26

907412-1A

Youth Karate

Jan 7 - Feb 18

$21

$26

907412-1D

Youth-Advanced

Jan 7 - Feb 18

$21

$26

907412-1B

Adult Karate

Jan 8 - Feb 19

$21

$26

Baton & Stick Self Defense Class

Beginning Judo

Beginning Judo

JIU JITSU CLASS

Baton and Stick Self Defense is based on the Filipino/ Indonesian martial arts. Known as SinaTirsiaWali Kali, techniques are the same whether you are holding a stick or are empty handed. Block and strikes are one and the same. Footwork and body mechanics are emphasized, enabling people to defend against a larger person. Minimum age is twelve years of age. Younger students can participate under the discretion of the instructor. Classes are held on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm.

Jiu Jitsu is a style that has promoted physical fitness, building character in young people, and ultimately a way of life. Jiu Jitsu is known for the effective techniques used during a standing attack and also ground defense in close combat. Participants of this class will be taught how to maintain distance management against attackers or opponents, work to control or escape an attacker and finally learn to control the attacker. Participants should wear shorts and a t-shirt. Optional equipment includes a mouth guard, groin protector, and head gear. Minimum age is 13 years of age. Class time is 5:30-6:30 pm.

All classes are held at N. Jeff City Cedar City Room. Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to start

All classes are held at N. Jeff City Cedar City Room. Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to start

Activity #

Class

Dates

Fee

Late

Activity #

Class

Dates

Fee

Late

907412-5C

Baton & Stick

Sept 18 - Oct 30

$21

$26

907413-5A

Jiu Jitsu

Sept 16 - Oct 28

$21

$26

907412-6C

Baton & Stick

Nov 6 - Dec 18

$21

$26

907413-6A

Jiu Jitsu

Nov 4 - Dec 16

$21

$26

907412-1C

Baton & Stick

Jan 8 - Feb 19

$21

$26

907413-1A

Jiu Jitsu

Jan 6 - Feb 17

$21

$26

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LEISURE CLASSES Show-Me Boot Scooters Beginning Dance Class A mix of line and couples dances, partner optional, to include the 2-Step, Reggae Cowboy, Triple, 10-Step, and East Coast Swing with turns will be taught. Class is held in McClung Indoor Pavilion on Monday evenings from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. All classes are held on Monday evenings at McClung Indoor Pavilion. Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to start Activity #

Class

Dates

Fee

Late

907151-02

Beginning Dance

Sept. 23 - Oct. 28

$21

$26

Capital City Horseshoe Club

ART CLASSES

Capital Arts offers a large number of classes for youth and adults. For detailed class information or to register go to www.capitalarts.org, call 6358355 or e-mail artsadmin@capitalarts.org. Registration deadline is one week prior to class date. Class fee is due upon registration. Classes are held at Capital Arts Offices. Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to start

Class Title 

Starts

Time

Fee

Digital SLR 

Sept. 14 

2 – 4 PM 

$35

Club Tournaments: September 7 & 8 October 6 October 20

Adventure in Cartoons 

Fall league season is September 5-October 10 or 17. All leagues and tournaments are held at Washington Park Horseshoe Complex. For more information, call Mel Bruemmer at 573-635-9394.

Ultimate Frisbee! Jefferson City River Rats! Open, Pickup games of Ultimate: every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Warm up starts at 5:45 pm. Games at 6:15pm. North Jefferson City Recreation Area (in Cedar City, next to Katy Trail) Sessions are open, bring plenty of water!!! Looking for players 18 and older to form competitive Ultimate team. Contact Logan Nuernberger at (573)291-7154 or medievaleddie@yahoo.com for more details. Keep up with our schedule by joining our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/jeffcityultimate/members/

Sept. 21  10 AM – noon 

$30

Oil Pain ng: Horses 

Oct. 19 

9 AM – 3PM 

$60

Watercolor: Clouds 

Oct. 26 

9 AM – 3PM 

$60

Glass Fusing 

Nov. 12 

10AM – 4 PM 

$50

Beginning Spinning 

Sep. 4 

6 – 7 PM 

$45

Advanced Spinning 

Oct. 16 

6 – 7 PM 

$45

Beginning Spinning 

Nov. 20 

7 – 8 PM 

$45

Processing & Prep 

Nov. 20 

6 PM – 7 PM 

$45

Advanced Spinning  

Jan. 8 

6 – 7 PM 

$45

CAPITAL CITY SQUARES Offering Square Dance Lessons Starting: mid-September, 2013 (meeting night and start date TBA) At: McClung Park - Jefferson City, MO Time: 7 to 9 PM

First Lesson FREE For more information Contact: Russ & JoAnn 573-659-7522 Larry & Celesta 573-636-5073

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Special & Outdoor Events Fly Tying Class

Winter Trout Fishing In conjunction with Capital City Fly Fishers and Missouri Department of Conservation, McKay Lake will be stocked with Rainbow Trout. Nov. 1 to Jan. 31 is catch and release (artificial baits, no natural or scented baits). Starting Feb. 1, trout may be caught and kept under regulations (any legal bait/ lure can be used). Anglers ages 16 -64 must possess a valid fishing permit and a trout stamp. Check out the full regulations by contacting Missouri Department of Conservation at (573) 751-4115.

go to: WWW.JEFFCITYMO.ORG/ PARKS/ Specialevents.html

Activity #

Class

Dates

Fee

Late

907402-01

Fly Tying Class

Sept. 12 & 26 Oct. 10 & 24

$20

$25

Storybook Trails

For more information on our

Special Events

Learn how to tie your own flies in this beginning Fly Tying Class taught by members of the Capital City Fly Fishers. The course is geared toward the angler who has never tied flies before but would like to learn how. This four-session class is held on Thursday evenings on Sept. 12 & 26, and Oct. 10 & 24 from 6-8 pm at the Cedar City Room in the North Jefferson City Multipurpose Building. The class fee of $20 includes all instruction and materials, all proceeds go to the Winter Trout Fishing Program. Minimum class age is 12 years old. Deadline is one week prior to start date.

Jefferson City Parks and Recreation, Scholastic Inc. and Luetkemeyer Signs are bringing storybooks to the trail (reading, exercising & family time all in one: run, walk or ride your bike). Storybooks will be at the 5-8 year old reading level. Books are available after 12 pm on starting date.

Fun for everyone! Dates: Sept. 23 – 30 Oct. 21 – 28

Location Ellis-Porter Park West Edgewood

Book Title “If You Take A Mouse To School”, by Laura Numeroff “Big Kick”, by Bob Kolar

Fall Hayride Program Enjoy autumn’s beauty and the park wildlife with a tractor-drawn hayride through beautiful Binder Park. Hayrides are available through November 24. Hayrides are perfect for families, a group of friends, office parties, or youth groups.

Daytime Hayrides Cost is $25 per hour. Two wagons are available. For younger age groups, up to age 6, wagons can accommodate 25 to 35 children. For older ages, 7 and up, wagons can accommodate 20. All day time hayrides must finish before 5 p.m. Daytime hayrides are available Monday - Friday.

Evening Hayrides Hayrides, 2 1/2 hours in length, are available Monday - Thursday at 5:30 or 7:00 pm; Friday - Sunday 5:00, 6:30 or 8:00 pm, with a 2:00 pm and 3:30 pm time available on Saturday and Sunday. Cost is $50 per wagon with a maximum of 20 people per wagon. In addition, a refundable deposit fee of $15 per wagon.

Reservations Reservations are accepted on a firstcome- first-served basis in person, or by phone if using a credit card. Inquiries may be made by phone, but hayride reservations must be accompanied by payment in full for both the hayride fee and the deposit fee (applies to day and evening hayrides).

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Washington Park Ice Arena

711 Kansas Street

634-6580

www.jeffcitymo.org/parks

2013 - 2014 Operating Season: Now Open! - April 19, 2014 Public Sessions

Freestyle

Adult Admission: $4.50

1-hour: $6

Ice Rental (per hour)

Youth Admission : $3.50

2-hour: $9

Prime-time: $225

Skate Rental: $2.50

10 session pass: $72

(figure or hockey)

Stick & Puck

10 Session Pass

Players: $9

Adult: $36

Goalies: Free

Youth: $28

10 session pass: $72

(between 6 a.m. - 10 p.m.) Non-prime time: $175 (between 10 p.m. - 6 a.m.) Co-sponsored Activities: $155

For up-to-date public session, weekday matinee, freestyle, and stick & puck calendars, Please visit us online at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/ice arena.html.

Holiday Break Schedule

Three-hour public sessions will be held daily during winter school breaks. Please call ahead to verify the schedule.

Thanksgiving Break

Wednesday, Nov. 27: 12 - 3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 28: CLOSED Friday, Nov. 29: 12 - 3, 3:30 - 6:30, & 7 - 10 p.m.

Winter Break

Monday, Dec. 23: 2 - 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 24: CLOSED Wednesday, Dec. 25: CLOSED Thursday, December 26: 2 - 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 27: 2 - 5 & 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 28: 2 - 5 & 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 29: 2 - 5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 30: 2 - 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 31: 2 - 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 1: 2 - 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 2: 2 - 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 3: 2 - 5 p.m.

School Rentals Pre-school and school groups should consider the ice arena for private parties, physical education classes or field trips. Call 573-634-6580 for information.

Birthday Parties Celebrate your special day at the Washington Park Ice Arena! Party package information is located on the inside back cover of this magazine or online at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks.

Group Rates Group rates are available during public sessions. Groups of 20 or more can receive 50¢ off admission and skate rental. Reservations must be made at least one week in advance. Call 573-634 -6580 to schedule your group outing.

School Days Special Promotional school sessions are held at the ice arena to encourage and develop interest in ice skating among youth. The admission fee is $1 and skate rental, if needed, is an additional $1. School sessions are held during weekday 4 - 5:30 p.m. public sessions. School day pass cards will be distributed to area schools at the beginning of the school year. This offer is only valid with the coupon and only usable by the elementary school children who received them.

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Washington Park Ice Arena

711 Kansas Street

634-6580

www.jeffcitymo.org/parks

General Information for Youth and Adult Lessons All learn-to-skate classes are 30 minutes in length and include a 15 minute practice between the two class times for any skater enrolled in the session. Each session of lessons includes four free public session passes. Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis at the Parks and Recreation office by mail, fax, phone, on-line or hand delivery. For your convenience, we will also take your registration at the Washington Park Ice Arena. Parks and Recreation cannot guarantee availability of rental skates in all sizes.

LEARN-TO-SKATE CLASS DESCRIPTIONS This information describes the Ice Skating Institute weSKATE skill levels.

LEVEL

DESCRIPTION

TOTS

For all beginning skaters, ages 3-5 years old, this class will introduce basic skating skills in a play format.

PRE-ALPHA

For all beginning skaters, ages 6-17 years old, this class will introduce forward and backward skating skills.

ALPHA

For skaters who have passed the Pre-Alpha class/test. More advanced forward skating maneuvers and basic stops are taught.

BETA

For skaters who have passed the Alpha class/test. More advanced skating maneuvers and intermediate stops are taught as well as backward skating.

GAMMA

For skaters who have passed the Beta class/test. A variety of turns and change of direction are taught.

DELTA

For skaters who have passed the Gamma class/test. Edges and basic freestyle maneuvers are introduced.

*Advanced classes for Homeschool and Adults are for skaters in Gamma and higher.*

Join ISI ISI’s recreational ice skating program weSKATE, is used worldwide, has accepted standards and has been developed for those who skate for recreation and enjoyment. It appeals to first-time skaters because it teaches movements they can master almost immediately. It provides achievable objectives with immediate results. The program is based on logical progression of skill development, where skills learned in each level build on skills achieved in the preceding level. Attractive ISI patches are available to recognize skater’s achievements at every level of skating. Individual Recreational Skater Membership Benefits include:

I t i s a requiremen t t o b e an IS I membe r onc e each skater ha s passe d th e Alph a level.  

Fo r additiona l informatio n about IS I consul t their their websit e

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Personalized membership card.

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Test registration and patches.

“Recreational Ice Skating” - quarterly magazine featuring recreational ice skaters, programs, events and tips. Opportunities to perform and compete locally and nationally. Access to skating manuals and brochures. Accident Insurance.

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Washington Park Ice Arena

711 Kansas Street

634-6580

www.jeffcitymo.org/parks

Ice Skating Lessons Please visit our website at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks or stop by the ice arena and pick up a pamphlet for specific lesson date and time information. Tuesday Learn-to-Skate Classes Lessons are offered at 5:45 & 6:30 p.m. Class levels include a comprehensive Tot program with four levels, Pre-Alpha, Alpha , Beta , Gamma, Delta and Adult.

Saturday Learn-to-Skate Classes and Advanced Ice Skating Classes Lessons are offered at 12:30 & 1:15 p.m. Class levels include Tots, PreAlpha, Alpha , Beta , Gamma, Delta, and Adult. Freestyle Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum will also be offered.

Tuesday Advanced Ice Skating Classes

Homeschool Classes

Classes include a variety of figure skating opportunities listed below.

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Fifteen-minute Power class for concentrating on quick movement and stamina.

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Variety class: Exploration of many different aspects of skating, such as musical expression and uncaptured moves.

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Freestyle classes: Bronze: FS 1-3, Silver: FS 4 - 5, *Gold: FS 5 - 6, Platinum: FS 7-10.

* To qualify for Gold class, skaters must be passing all elements for Freestyle 5, except axel, which they should be progressively working toward.

Beginners and Advanced Homeschool classes will be offered on Monday and Thursday afternoons.

Ice Dance Classes Ice Dancing is a discipline of ice skating that focuses on musicality. Proper posture, correct timing, clean footwork, and individual expression will be fine-tuned during these classes. We offer two Ice Dancing classes broken up into half hours on Thursday evening: lower test levels 1 through 3 and upper test levels 4 through 10. The 23 dances also correspond directly with the USFS Ice Dancing descriptions.

Off-Ice Conditioning Class Off-ice conditioning class helps skaters improve their overall fitness level. This class includes cardiovascular exercises and promotes muscular strength and endurance. An emphasis is placed on core body strength and agility, which is utilized most in figure skating elements. The class will also focus on jumping and spinning techniques. ISI Gamma level and above are welcome. Class meets in the ice arena multipurpose room.

Late Fee Policy *Registration Deadline is one week prior to the start of each session. Registrations received after 5:00 p.m. on the deadline date are not guaranteed placement in the program. A $5.00 late fee will be assessed if you register after the deadline.

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Washington Park Ice Arena

711 Kansas Street

634-6580

www.jeffcitymo.org/parks

Recreational Synchronized Skating Formation Sensations

Synchronized Skating is a fun and exciting team sport for figure skaters. The Formation Sensations is a performance based team. This team focuses on the fundamental elements of synchronized skating. The Sensations will perform at least four times during the skating season: the Winter Recital, the Capital City Classic Competition at the Washington Park Ice Arena, the annual Ice Show (3 shows) and the Spring Recital, with the option of competing at an out of town competition to be determined. A team costume is required, but the cost of the costume is kept to a minimum. All skaters must have passed the Alpha or Basic 3 skating level and be a current member of ISI to participate in this program.

Junior Instructors In order to assist staff instructors, junior instructors must attend an off and on ice training seminar held at the beginning of the season. Participants must at least be entering 7th grade and have passed Freestyle 1. There will be a nominal fee of $25 to participate. Attendance at monthly training meetings is required for all instructors. Attendance will factor into scheduling Jr. Instructor volunteers for classes.

Axel Club Skaters who wish to have their name printed on a skate and displayed in our lobby for the great accomplishment of landing an axel must have passed Freestyle level 5 in our ISI program.

Try It! Like It! Buy It! is a new program offered by Jefferson City Parks and Recreation and Edge Wise Skate & Dance. Anyone enrolled in Parks & Recreation group lessons is eligible to participate. Edge Wise is offering quality Klingbeil figure skates for $10 lease during the 6-week lesson session. If your child likes the skates and you want to purchase them, you may do so for an additional $40. Or you may return them to Edge Wise with no further charge.

Private Lesson Policy Skaters interested in taking private skating lessons may contact the Ice Arena for information on skating professionals eligible to teach private lessons. Students receiving private instruction must pay admission to the public or freestyle session, as well as pay the instructor for the private lesson. Instructors interested in teaching private lessons must contact Rachel Bruemmer, Skating Director or Brent Echols, Assistant Skating Director at 634-6480 for eligibility, requirements and contact information. The Jefferson City Department of Parks and Recreation is not liable for any private instruction from a coach who is not registered through the Washington Park Ice Arena, a member of ISI, USFS or PSA and covered by liability insurance through one of the aforementioned national skating organizations.

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Washington Park Ice Arena 711 Kansas Street

634-6580

www.jeffcitymo.org/parks

52nd Annual Ice Show

Into the Wild Spotlight Tryouts:   

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Spotlights are for solos, duets, pairs, and trios. Tryouts will be held Thursday, January 2, 2014, 5:15-9:00 p.m. All skaters must have earned a minimum of 75 participation points by the tryout date. All skaters must sign in for their ice show participation points for public sessions and freestyles offered by Jefferson City Parks and Recreation at the admissions counter when paying for the session. Individuals who want to try out for a spotlight performance must have passed the ISI Freestyle 4 test by the tryout date. Each program will be judged on a 10 point scale in each of the following: creativity/originality, entertainment quality, musical interpretation, rhythm, variety of moves, participation and general overall. Individuals must be enrolled and participate in the first three sessions of the Jefferson city Parks and Recreation group lessons or the Tuesday night advanced freestyle session and must have attended 3 out of the 6 lessons in each session. Beginning in September 2013 skaters may provide a blank CD with their name on it to the ice show directors or pay $2 to receive a copy of the spotlight music choices. These CDs will be returned to the skaters during group lessons or freestyle sessions as soon as possible. Applications and detailed guidelines for tryouts will be available in November of 2013 at the ice arena. Applications are due on or before Tuesday, December 10, 2013, no later than 5:00 p.m. and must be turned in to the ice show directors’ office. No applications will be accepted after 5:00 p.m. that day. NO EXCEPTIONS

February 28,

March 1 & 2, 2014

Group Numbers: Participation is FREE for skaters who have enrolled in Jefferson City Parks and Recreation group lessons in September-December 2013. All levels from Tots to Freestyle will be represented. Some groups will be asked to provide costume items and/or pay a small fee to provide costumes and props for the show. The group number practices will be held on Tuesday evenings. If needed, we may also host an additional practice on Saturday. Information will be provided at group lesson meetings held the first night of each set of lessons as well as via email.

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Washington Park Ice Arena

711 Kansas Street

634-6580

www.jeffcitymo.org/parks

Skate with Santa

Guaranteed White Christmas Are you dreaming of a White Christmas? Jefferson City Department of Parks and Recreation, KRCG-TV 13, and the Jefferson City Sub Shop will guarantee, that's right, guarantee, a White Christmas for one lucky mid-Missouri family. See our website at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks to see how to register and for contest rules.

Saturday, December 21, 2 - 5 p.m.

Join us for select Fridays throughout the season for hot music,  sizzling lights, games and prizes. Dates will be posted at the  ice arena as well as online at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks. 

2013 Skate and Equipment Exchange 2012 winner - Shelby Tucker Winter Recital Saturday, December 14, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. Come visit the Washington Park Ice Arena for an evening of skating. Participants will include skaters of all ages and ability levels. The Capital Classics Teams and the Formation Sensations will also debut their competitive programs. Sign up at the front desk to participate by December 13th. Admission is free, but donations will be accepted to help make improvements to the facility through the Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Foundation.

Saturday, December 14 9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m. Washington Park Ice Arena Multipurpose Room This is a great opportunity to buy and sell seldom used or outgrown equipment, skates and other skating apparel. You may also order new skates and equipment at this time. Sponsored by Jefferson City Parks and Recreation.

2013 Frozen Turkey Bowling Coming in November! Listen to zimmer radio Stations for details!

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Washington Park Ice Arena 711 Kansas Street

634-6580

www.jeffcitymo.org/parks

JCSSC Speed Skating The Jefferson City Speed Skating Club (JCSSC) is affiliated with the Missouri Speed Skating Association. JCSSC offers the opportunity for skaters to participate in speed skating competitions throughout the year. For more information call Paul Rudder at 573-635-7995 or Kirk Bonnot at 573-338-3324. Short track speed skating is an Olympic sport which promotes speed on ice in a competitive, fun, exciting, and safe manner. Any person of almost any age who has a desire to skate either in competition or for recreation can speed skate. Required equipment includes speed skates, long sleeve shirt, gloves and a hat or helmet. Fee: $110 for either session

$6 drop-in fee

Tuesday

4:45 - 5:45 p.m.

September 24 - April 1

Sunday

5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

September 29 - March 30

18th Annual Capital City Speed Skating Championships Sanctioned by the Missouri Speed Skating Association Saturday, December 7, 2013 at Washington Park Ice Arena Age 4 - Grand Masters (50+) Skaters from Jefferson City, Clayton, Gateway, and Metro speed skating clubs will be participating. All ability levels will be represented from beginners to national champions! Races begin at 9 a.m. Spectators are welcome and admission is free!

Stick & Puck

Stick and Puck is a time for all adult hockey enthusiasts to practice hockey skills in an informal pick-up game setting. Players are required to provide their own protective gear, stick

Adult Hockey Back by popular demand! The adult hockey league will be played on Thursday nights beginning in September. Registration is by team only. If individual players need to be placed on a team we will get you in touch with other team managers. Registration is August 19 - 30. Packets will be available online at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks or at the ice arena. To register your team, contact Missy Morarity at 573-634-6563. Referees Needed! Experienced ice hockey officials only please. $30/game. Apply at www.jeffcitymo.org.

and puck. This is a no-check and no-slapshot program. Rough and dangerous play will not be tolerated. Players must be at least 18 years of age to participate. No pre-registration is required for this program - just drop in and pay an $9 admission fee. There is no charge for goalies. 10 punch pass cards are available for $72. Stick and Puck sessions are usually held Wednesday and select Saturday nights. Times vary throughout the season, so pick up a monthly schedule at the ice arena or go on our website at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks.

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Washington Park Ice Arena 711 Kansas Street

634-6580

www.jeffcitymo.org/parks

Youth Hockey The Mid-Missouri Tigers Hockey Club is currently taking registrations. To register or get more information, contact club registrar, Pat McCutchen at mccutchenpatrick@hotmail.com, or visit their website at www.midmotigers.com.

Registration Saturday, August 17, 6 - 8 p.m. at WPIA

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Level Mite in-house

Age U8

Birth Year 2005-2006

Fee $300

Mite travel Squirt

U8 U10

2005-2006 2003-2004

$600 $650

Pee Wee

U12

2001-2002

$775

Bantam

U14

1999-2000

$775

Midget

U18

1995-1998

$1375

Additional fees and/or equipment cost may apply. Fee amounts will be set in July 2012. Fees may be reduced or eliminated through fundraising opportunities available through the club. Payment plans are available.

Learn-To-Skate & Play Hockey This program is run cooperatively with Jefferson City Parks & Recreation and Mid-Missouri Tigers Youth Hockey. 5:45-6:30 pm on Mondays  6 week session of lessons  30 minutes of Learn-to-Skate  15 minutes of Learn-to-Play - includes 5 levels of hockey instruction.  Ages 3 to 18  1st week is a parent meeting and equipment fitting  Fee: $40 per 6-week session  Optional $50 rental fee (per year) for use of Mid-Missouri Tigers hockey gear For more information please contact Rachel Bruemmer at rbruemmer@jeffcitymo.org or 573-634-6480

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Jefferson City Figure Skating Club Established 1962

ICE SHOW The Jefferson City Figure Skating Club (JCFSC) is an activity co-sponsor of the Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Commission. Established in 1962, JCFSC is a non-profit organization and a member of U.S. Figure Skating. The club provides skaters of all ages and abilities an opportunity to develop figure skating skills through a variety of skating opportunities.

Pre-Season Lesson 2013 August 29th Check www.JCFSC.net for lessons brochures and registration information!

FREE lessons to try ice skating and JCFSC!

Lessons are open to all skaters and do not require a JCFSC membership to attend. They are a great way to try our skating programs for the upcoming season! Registration Information New and Returning Member Registration September 5th at WPIA from 6—8

JCFSC Events and Programming The Annual Ice Show provides JCFSC skaters the opportunity to combine the grace of figure skating with the artistry of the theater.

Snowplow Sam: Designed to help pre-school children develop coordination and strength on ice. Emphasis is on learning through games and fun activities.

JCFSC also offers a Family Skate Night for member families, an Exhibition Night for skaters to showcase their abilities, and other activities throughout the season.

Basic 8's: Introduces the fundamentals of the sport such as forward/backward skating, stops, edges, crossovers, turns and Mohawks.

The JCFSC programming offers Moves in the Field, Freestyle sessions and Adult lessons, as well as group classes such as Snowplow Sam, Basic 8's, Freeskate and Special Needs.

Free Skate: Introduces many advanced moves built around single jumps and spins. Adaptive Skating Program: Introduces children with special needs to the rewards of ice skating. Licensed Physical Therapist on hand throughout class!

Join Us on Thursday Evenings Throughout the Season! We will treat you like family! For more information, check our website at www.JCFSC.net or contact Chuck Huff, JCFSC President, at (573) 303-4920 or by email at infojcfsc@gmail.com

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PAVILION AND BUILDING RENTAL FACILITY RENTAL POLICIES 1. 2.

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These rates apply to all individuals, businesses, and organizations. Reservations are accepted first-come-first-served up to one year in advance. Inquiries may be made by telephone, but reservations must be made in person, unless using a credit card. All reservations made more than sixty days in advance are required to pay a $10 non-refundable holding fee to reserve a facility. The balance of the rental amount and deposit are due sixty days prior to the rental date. If the full payment is not received by this time, the Department of Parks and Recreation will consider the reservation canceled and will rent the facility to another individual, business or organization, if requested. Reservations made less than sixty days in advance of use will be required to pay the full amount at the time the reservation is made. The $10 facility holding fee required to reserve park facilities/shelters is not refundable under any circumstance except if Parks and Recreation is responsible for the cancellation. If a cancellation occurs ten or more business days prior to the scheduled reservation, the facility/hayride rental fee and deposit is refundable, less a $10 processing fee. If a cancellation occurs less than ten business days prior to the reservation, 1/2 of the rental fee and the entire damage deposit will be refunded. All facilities require a $50 damage, clean-up, and/or key deposit in addition to rental charges payable by cash, check, MasterCard, Visa, Discover or bank debit card. Provided the key is returned (if applicable), the facility is cleaned properly and there is no damage, the deposit, if paid by cash or check will be returned by mail approximately two to three weeks after the date of usage. If paid by credit/debit card the refund will be credited back to the card the Monday after your rental. Sale of items, usage after 11 p.m., charging admission, and playing amplified music require the completion of a Special Use Permit Application and advance approval of the Department of Parks and Recreation prior to a reservation being made, but not less than 10 business days in advance of the planned reservation. Alcoholic beverages are permitted in the parks except where specifically prohibited and posted. All rental time outside park public access hours of 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. carries an additional charge of $25/hour above and beyond rates charged during public access hours. If you have a question or problem with a facility, please call 634-6482 during business hours, 634-6400 after 5 p.m. or 680-7069 weekends and holidays. Park

Facility

Capacity

Rental Fee

Kitchen

Kitchen Rental

Binder Park

Pavilion

100

$11/hour

no

n/a

Binder Park

Lake Deck

75

$11/hour

no

n/a

North Jefferson City Park

Pavilion

250

$16/hour

yes

$10 flat fee

Ellis-Porter/Riverside Park

Pavilion

280

$16/hour

yes

$10 flat fee

Ellis-Porter/Riverside Park

Amphitheater

900

$6/hour

no

n/a

Memorial Park

Pavilion

450

$16/hour

yes

$10 flat fee

McClung Park

Outdoor Pavilion

285

$16/hour

no

n/a

McClung Park

Indoor Pavilion (non-alcohol)

200

$21/hour

yes

included

McClung Park

Indoor Pavilion (with alcohol)

200

$42/hour

yes

included

North Jefferson City Recreation Area

Cedar City Room (non-alcohol)

100

$21/hour

yes

included

North Jefferson City Recreation Area

Cedar City Room (with alcohol)

100

$42/hour

yes

included

Shikles Recreation Center

Gymnasium

240

$16/hour

no

n/a

Washington Park Ice Arena

Multipurpose Room (in season)

80

$16/hour

yes

included

Washington Park Ice Arena

Multipurpose Room (off season)

80

$26/hour

yes

included

Washington Park Ice Arena

Ice Arena (non-ice/off season)

1000+

$80/hour

no

n/a

Washington Park

Washington Park Center (non-alcohol)

45

$21/hour

yes

included

Washington Park

Washington Park Center (with alcohol)

45

$42/hour

yes

included

All outdoor pavilions have enough picnic tables, restrooms, barbecue pits, water fountains and water spigots to accommodate the designated capacity. Those facilities with kitchens also have sinks, counter space, refrigerators and serving areas.

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Spotlight on Our Indoor Facilities! McClung Indoor Pavilion The McClung Indoor Pavilion is located in McClung Park, 930 McClung Park Drive off Chestnut Street across from Lincoln University’s Dwight T. Reed Stadium. The indoor pavilion can accommodate groups as large as 200 and is frequently used for square dancing, leisure classes, summer day camps, wedding receptions and a wide variety of other rentals. The indoor pavilion offers the following amenities:

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20 – 8 ft. aluminum folding tables 200 – metal folding chairs Serving kitchen includes oven/stove, microwave, double sink, full size refrigerator/freezer, six electrical outlets, cabinets and counter space Adjustable air conditioning and heating Public restrooms Stage area measures 14 ft. X 8 ft. (112 sq. ft.) Assembly area measures 76 ft. X 42 ft. (3,192 sq. ft.)

Washington Park Center

The Washington Park Center, 1203 Missouri Boulevard, is located in Washington Park at the corner of Kansas Street and Missouri Boulevard. The historic building offers a rentable public meeting room for groups as large as 45 and is frequently used for birthday parties, baby and wedding showers, as well as other smaller events. The following is included with the room rental:

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8 – 6 ft. folding tables 50 – cushioned, stackable chairs Kitchen includes double sink, microwave, full size refrigerator/ freezer, six electrical outlets, cabinets and counter space Adjustable air conditioning and heating Public restrooms Rental room measures 37 ft. x 16 ft. (688 sq. ft.)

North Jefferson City Cedar City Room

The North Jefferson City Multipurpose Building Cedar City Room is located in the North Jefferson Recreation Area at 810 Sandstone Road. The reserveable room can accommodate groups as large as 100 and offers for the following:

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18 – 8 ft. aluminum folding tables

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Adjustable air conditioning and heating

100 – metal folding chairs Kitchenette includes single sink, microwave, full size refrigerator/freezer, cabinets and counter space Public restrooms Assembly area measures 64 ft. X 25 ft. (1,600 sq. ft.) For more information and availability of indoor and outdoor pavilions please contact Parks and Recreation at 573-634-6482 or visit www.jeffcitymo.org/parks.

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PARK IMPROVEMENTS ROLLING HILLS NEIGHBORHOOD PARK The development of a new neighborhood park is underway at the corner of Rolling Hills Road and Southridge Drive. When finished, the park will offer a playground for kid’s age 2-12 years old, sidewalks, accessible trail from Rolling Hills Road to the playground, entrance sign, tree planting and landscaping. The new neighborhood park is scheduled to be completed and open for public use fall 2013.

MEMORIAL PARK Several improvements have recently been completed at Memorial Park. Park crews have completed rehabilitation work to the park pavilion including a new roof, re-staining the kitchen/restroom building and a thorough cleaning and staining of the pavilion’s ceiling. Visitors to Memorial Park will also notice new lighting around the perimeter of the parking lot. The new lighting will assist with park patron safety and security after dark. A new playground with tile safety surfacing has been ordered and installation is scheduled to be completed by spring 2014.

OAK HILLS GOLF CENTER Park crews continue to implement master plan improvements at the Oak Hills Golf Center. Complete renovation of hole #10 is currently underway which includes a new green complex, re-shaping the fairway, addition of two sand bunkers, irrigation upgrades, and installation of concrete cart path. New hole #10 is scheduled to open for play summer 2014. In addition to the renovation of hole #10, the irrigation controllers and central computer system have been replaced. The new irrigation system gives staff greater flexibility and control to more efficiently water the golf course to help reduce overall water consumption.

500,000 trees could be saved from being cut down if every family in the United States recycled their newspaper.

Greenway Trail Maps: www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/greenway.html

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HIKING AND BIKING Commemorative Trees & Memorial Benches From September 1 through March 31, Parks and Recreation staff will plant a tree from the list below. After planting, a memorial plaque will be installed in front of the commemorative tree. Types of trees available include: Redbud, Dogwood, Crabapple, Magnolia, evergreen, various species of oaks and maples. Commemorative trees are $200 per tree. For more information on available park locations and proper tree species, please contact the City Forester at 573-634-6509. The cost of a memorial bench is $300 which includes installation and a memorial plaque. For more information on available park locations, please contact the Park Resources and Forestry Division Director at 573-634-6486. Applications for both commemorative trees and memorial benches are available at the Parks and Recreation office or at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/memorialtreebench.html

MOUNTAIN BIKING If you are a mountain bike enthusiast, check out the 13.5 miles of trail throughout Binder Park and the two miles of trail near the West Edgewood Greenway (access near the West Edgewood Drive parking lot). These trails offer fun for all ages and ability levels. These trails are designed for non-motorized vehicles - ATV's and motorcycles are prohibited. All the mountain bike trails are designed and maintained by a trained local volunteer club. Feel free to e-mail orta@mchsi.com for more mountain bike trail information or volunteer opportunities. For maps visit www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/binderpark.html or www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/westedgewoodrecrecreationarea.html.

Walk a Mile in Your Parks! Greenway Trail (Main Corridor)

Miles

Dunklin Street Trail Head to Southwest Blvd.

1.1

Southwest Blvd. to Stadium Blvd

1.3

Stadium Blvd. to West Edgewood Dr. Parking Lot

.90

West Edgewood Dr. Parking Lot to Fairgrounds Rd.

2.1

Fairgrounds Rd. thru County Park to Covington Gardens

1.3

Greenway Trail (Spurs) Duensing Ballfield to Swifts Highway

.70

Stadium Blvd. to Satinwood Dr.

.50

Edgewood Dr. to Shermans Hollow

.50

Ellis-Porter/Riverside Park to Lewis & Clark State Office Bldg.

.70

Lewis & Clark Trailhead Plaza to Clay Street

.60

Clay Street to North Jefferson Pavilion

1.7

North Jefferson Pavilion to Katy Trail

1.0

Katy Trail to Summit Drive

.20

Greenway Trail (East Branch of Wears Creek) East McCarty St. to Chestnut St.

1.2

Stadium/Lafayette round-about through Aurora Park

1.1

PARK/FITNESS TRAILS East Miller Street Neighborhood Park

.25

Ellis-Porter/Riverside Park

1.3

McKay Park

.60

Memorial Park

1.3

MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS

For More Information about Park Programs, visit us at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks

The amount of oxygen produced by an acre of trees per year equals the amount consumed by 18 people annually. One tree produces nearly 260 pounds of oxygen each year.

Binder Park

13.5

Edgewood Drive (adjacent to Greenway)

2.3

PARK HOURS Community Parks are open all year, 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. Neighborhood Parks are also open all year from 5 a.m. to sunset. Restroom facilities within the parks are available for use from April through October. Restrooms at Edgewood Greenway, Memorial, Ellis-Porter and McKay Parks are open year round, weather permitting.

Greenway Trail Maps: www.jeffcitymo.org/parks/greenway.html

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THINGS YOU EMERGENCY?

Weekly Column

WE CAN HELP!

Keep up to date with what the Parks and Recreation Department offers by reading the weekly column in the Wednesday News Tribune Sports section. Each week the Parks and Recreation staff takes advantage of the community-mindedness of the News Tribune to keep you informed of upcoming programs of interest. If you are interested in receiving the weekly column via email, send a request to pstiles@jeffcitymo.org

Most Parks and Recreation crews and/ or vehicles are equipped with cell phones which can serve as an emergency reporting station for people needing help. Our personnel can notify local emergency services of any requests for assistance.

Photo Policy

Termination of Participation Any of the following infractions will subject the individual or individuals to suspension from attendance at Parks and Recreation programs or facilities for a period to be determined by the Director of Parks and Recreation and prosecution for violation of the City of Jefferson trespassing ordinance: Any park user, program participant, or spectator, who verbally or physically threatens or who attempts to intimidate or harass a Parks and Recreation employee or another park patron or causes such employee or other park patron to be apprehensive about his/her personal safety; Any park user, program participant, or spectator, who uses vulgar or inappropriate language in addressing a Parks and Recreation employee or another park patron at a Parks and Recreation program or facility; Any park user, program participant or spectator, who fails to heed the request of an on-site Parks and Recreation supervisor to vacate park property; Any park user, program participant, or spectator, who violates any Parks and Recreation Commission rule, regulation, policy, code, expectation and/or guidelines for conduct.

Frequently, Parks and Recreation staff may videotape or photograph participants enrolled in programs, classes, events, or enjoying park facilities. These photographs are for Parks and Recreation publications, flyers, brochures, program guides, TV programs, or advertisements. All photos and videos are for Parks and Recreation use and become the sole property of the Department.

Cancellations Decisions regarding morning programs will be made by 8 a.m. and announced as quickly as possible thereafter. Decisions on the cancellation of evening activities due to inclement weather will be made by 3:30 p.m. daily, when possible. The Activities Hotline (634-6485) will be updated as frequently as necessary when weather is a consideration. Please listen for extension listing.

Gift Certificates LOOKING FOR THE PERFECT GIFT? How about a Parks and Recreation Gift Certificate? Available at our office in the City Annex, Parks and Recreation gift certificates can be purchased for as little as $5 and are good at any of our facilities or toward the registration fee for any program.

THEY SPEND LIKE CASH AT ANY PARKS AND RECREATION FACILITY! If you have a golfer, skater, swimmer, ball player, camper, or even a couch potato who needs to get up and get active, what would be a better gift?

Fragrance Free Policy The Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Commission respectfully requests and encourages all patrons attending or participating in any Parks and Recreation meeting, special event, facility or program remain as fragrance free as possible by not wearing perfume, after shave, scented lotions, fragranced hair products and/or other similar products. Fragranced products can cause persons with some chronic illnesses to suffer additional symptoms.

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SHOULD KNOW Jefferson City Parks & Recreation Foundation Jefferson City is home to an award winning Parks and Recreation Department. As the capital city of Missouri, maintaining our local parks and recreation facilities and implementing programs to meet the ever changing needs of our community and its visitors is a challenge. The J e ffe r s o n C it y P a rk s a n d Recreation Foundation strives to provide additional resources to leverage taxes, fees and grants to enhance our parks and recreation services. Over the years, civic minded individuals and organizations have maintained a tradition of enhancing the quality of life for their families, friends, and neighbors through generous donations to the Jefferson City Parks and Recreation system. In 1992, the Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Foundation was formed to provide continuing leadership and foster the expansion of parks and recreation services in Jefferson City. The Foundation’s goal is to emphasize the value of parks and recreation - both passive and active - not only for individual growth and development, but also for a strong family unit and for making our community a more desirable place to live, work, play and visit. If you believe, as we do, that wholesome recreation pursuits make individuals more productive in their homes and communities and lead to a healthier and happier life, please commit your support to the Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Foundation. Land, trees, fountains, benches, shelters, activity fees for youth programs are all gifts that can make a difference in people’s lives. Any and all size of gifts to our community are appreciated and contribute to the livability and quality of life of Jefferson City. For more information on how you can make a tax deductible contribution of land, money, or other gifts, please contact the Foundation’s Executive Director William Lockwood at 634-6482.

Equal Opportunity As a recipient of federal funds from the U.S. Department of the Interior, the Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Commission and the Jefferson City Department of Parks and Recreation operates programs subject to the nondiscrimination requirements of Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Under Title VI, the U.S. Department of the Interior strictly prohibits discrimination because of race, color, or national origin in its federally assisted programs. Any person who believes he or she has been discriminated against in any program or facility of the Jefferson City Department of Parks and Recreation, or desires further information regarding Title VI, should write immediately to: The Office for Equal Opportunity U.S. Department of Interior Office of the Secretary Washington, D.C. 20240

Bleeding Policy In any Parks and Recreation program, a participant who is bleeding or who has blood on his/her clothing shall be prohibited from participating further in the activity until appropriate treatment has been administered. Appropriate treatment may include bandaging as necessary to prevent recurrence. This policy has been implemented to protect the participants, coaches, staff, and their families from diseases transported through the accidental contact of tainted blood. If medical care is needed, the participant must leave the activity until the problem situation has been resolved. A 70% isopropyl alcohol solution must be used to disinfect the skin and clothing. All infected areas must be thoroughly cleaned before this individual is allowed to continue participating in the activity. This may require that the player remove affected clothing and replace it in order to be able to continue participating. All participants should bring an extra shirt, pair of pants/shorts, and socks to each activity to change into in the event a blood incident should occur.

Sponsorships The Parks and Recreation Commission believes that no youth should be denied access to Parks and Recreation programs for financial reasons. The Parks and Recreation Foundation makes recreation sponsorships available to those who otherwise would not be able to afford to participate in organized recreation activities. Those seeking sponsorships will be asked to complete a Recreation Sponsorship Application Form available through the Department of Parks and Recreation. Sponsorships are generally limited to those receiving benefits from a form of public assistance as designated on the application form. Sponsorship funding is limited to $200 per individual per calendar year and is restricted to ongoing programs conducted by Parks and Recreation staff. Specialized programs of short duration conducted by non-staff members (e.g. baseball clinics) are ineligible for sponsorship funding. All application forms requesting funding for youth programs must be signed by the parent/guardian of the prospective participant. Participants/parents must pay a minimum of 20% of the registration fee for programs for which sponsorship assistance is requested. Questions concerning this service may be directed to Phil Stiles at 634-6482.

The views of any program or activity advertised within this guide and sponsored by any organization other than the Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Department do not necessarily reflect the views of the Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Department.

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Six Easy Ways to Register Please complete the activity registration form located on page 33 of this program guide. We accept cash, checks, money orders, MasterCard, VISA, Discover, and all bank debit cards. On a credit card registration, please include the card number, expiration printed name as it appears on the card, and your signature. Make all checks payable to Parks and Recreation. date,

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

Wa l k I n M a i l I n 

  The Parks and Recreation Department is located at 427 Monroe Street. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  Mail the registration form and payment to 427 Monroe St., Jefferson City, MO 65101. Please do not mail cash!

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Fax the registration form to (573) 634-6489 using MasterCard, VISA, Discover, or bank debit cards only. To confirm receipt of your form, please call (573) 634 -6482.

D r i v e T h r o u g h 

Place your registration form in the 24 hour drop-box located on the north side of the Parks and Recreation building or use the drive through window during normal office hours to complete simple transactions.

P h o n e I n

Phone in your registration to (573) 634-6482. MasterCard, VISA, Discover and bank debit cards accepted. To help expedite the registration process, please have all necessary registration information readily available.

O n - L i n e

The Jefferson City Department of Parks and Recreation and/or the Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Commission does not provide insurance coverage for injuries suffered while participating in programs or using facilities. Any costs related to such injuries should be presented to your personal medical insurance carrier.

Late Fee Policy Many parks and recreation programs have enrollment limits and registration deadlines. To ensure a spot in your favorite activity, please be sure to register before the registration deadline. Registering early will allow for proper staffing levels, adequate equipment and program supplies for all participants, as well as saving you money. If space is still available in a program after the registration deadline, the program fees will be higher.

You can register for activities on-line at www.jeffcitymo.org/parks. You may create an account online if you are a new customer. If you are an established customer but don’t know your login information, your user name and password can be emailed to you if you have an email address on file.

Refund Policy The Parks and Recreation Commission has adopted the following refund policy regarding programs and facilities: Programs 1. If a cancellation is made prior to the registration deadline, a refund will be given, less a $5 processing fee. 2. If a cancellation is made after the registration deadline, a refund will be given for 1/2 of the fee paid. 3. If a cancellation is made the day the program begins or later, no refund will be given. 4. Fees paid for team registrations are not refundable once a team registration has been accepted and recorded. 5. Full refunds are made if a program is canceled by Parks and Recreation. Facilities/Hayrides 1. Fees paid for admission to park facilities are not refundable. 2. The $10 facility holding fee required to reserve park facilities/shelters is not refundable under any circumstance except as in #5 below. 3. If a cancellation occurs ten or more business days prior to the scheduled reservation, the facility/hayride rental fee and deposit is refundable, less a $10 processing fee. 4. If a cancellation occurs less than ten business days prior to the reservation, 1/2 of the rental fee and the entire damage deposit will be refunded. 5. Full refunds are made if a rental is canceled by Parks and Recreation. 6. Refunds due to weather will only be given if the park itself is closed. Amusement Park Tickets 1. Amusement park tickets purchased through the Department of Parks and Recreation are refunded, less a $5 processing fee, through Friday, September 27, 2013.

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ABOUT US City of Jefferson Department of Parks, Recreation & Forestry 427 Monroe Street (573) 634-6482 ~ Fax: (573) 634-6489 www.jeffcitymo.org/parks ~ e-mail: jcparks@jeffcitymo.org Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 24-Hour Drop Box Service Available

Mission Statement It is the mission and responsibility of the City of Jefferson Parks and Recreation Commission and the staff of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Forestry to improve the quality of life for residents of the Jefferson City area by providing for the diverse leisure, recreation, community, forestry and open space management and preservation needs of present and future generations. The Commission and Department were created to acquire, manage, preserve and improve a quality system of parklands, open space greenways and recreation facilities, to develop and supervise a broad program of quality educational and recreational activities for all ages.

Commission Denise Chapel, President Marty Miller, Vice-President Brad Bates Michael Couty Steve Duncan Gart Pollard Joanne Scheperle Edith Vogel Darryl Winegar The Parks and Recreation Commission is charged with the operation, management, supervision, control and use of the city’s parks and recreation facilities. If you would like to serve on the Commission, please fill out a volunteer profile form and submit to the Mayor. The form is available at City Hall or on-line at www.jeffcitymo.org. The Parks and Recreation Commission meets the second Tuesday of each month at 4:30 p.m. in the lower level conference room of the City Annex building.

PARKS & RECREATION STAFF William Lockwood ····························Director of Parks, Recreation & Forestry J.J. Gates ······························ Park Resources and Forestry Division Director Phil Stiles················ Recreation Facilities and Special Services Division Director Tina Werner ············ General Recreation and Support Services Division Director Mike Bollinger ·················· Recreation Supervisor/Special Populations & Camps Missy Morarity···················· Recreation Supervisor/Ice Arena & Special Events Jason Ratcliff ····························· Recreation Supervisor/Golf/Adult Basketball Angie Toebben ············· .Recreation Supervisor/Youth Sports & Adult Volleyball Laurie Herzing ····················· Recreation Supervisor/Aquatics & Special Events Rachel Bruemmer ·······························Recreation Specialist/Skating Director Kerri Gates ··············· Recreation Specialist/Youth Baseball & Softball/Ice Arena Stephanie Bruemmer ······················· Assistant Manager, Oak Hills Golf Center Paul Beck ·································· Parks and Landscape Planner/Construction Ray Wallace ·································· Park Resources Supervisor/City Forester Josh Werdehausen ···················· Park Resources Supervisor/Park Maintenance Kevin Wieberg ································· Park Resources Supervisor/Golf & Turf Andy Carroll ···································································· Park Planner Amy Shaw ·························································Administrative Assistant Dotty Sanning ···················································· Fiscal Affairs Technician Amy Schroeder················································· Administrative Technician Jessica Mosier ········································· Customer Service Representative

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IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER August 2013

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Local Punt, Pass and Kick Competition, Jefferson City High School Off-Ice Skating Lesson Registration Ends Session I

September 2013 2 5 5 6 6 7 7 9 10 11 12

Judo Class Registration Ends (Sept. 9 - Oct. 21) Thursday Night Live/Soup Stock Fly Tying Class Registration Deadline Art Stroll Fall Hayrides Begin Prison Break, Missouri State Penitentiary Capital Jazzfest and Capital Arts Chalk Art Jiu Jitsu Class Registration Ends (Sept. 16 - Oct. 28) Karate Class Registration Ends (Sept. 17 - Oct. 29) Baton & Stick Self Defense Class Registr. Ends (Sept. 18 - Oct. 30) Home-School Skating Lesson Registration Ends Session I (Thursdays) 13 Youth Basic Skills & Adult Skating Lesson Registration Ends for Session I (Saturdays) 14 Race to the Dome, Missouri River/Noren Access 15 Hot Rod Hootenanny, North Jeff City Park 16 Show-Me Bootscooters Beginning Dance Class Registration Ends 21 JCMG Fun Run/Walk, JCMG Rear Parking Lot, 7 p.m. 23 Home-School Skating Lesson Registration Ends Session II (Mondays) 23-30 Storybook Trail,“If You Take a  Mouse to School”, Ellis-Porter Park 24 Preschool, Youth Basic Skills Advanced Youth Figure Skating, & Adult Skating Lesson Registration Ends for Session II (Tuesdays) 27 Last Day for Amusement Park Ticket Sales 28 13th Annual Oktoberfest, Old Munichberg, 10 am - 6 pm

October 2013 3-4

Oaks Hills Golf Center closed for Capital City Cross Country Challenge 4 Capital City Cross Country Challenge at Oak Hills 4 Adult Winter Basketball and Dodge Ball Registration Begins 7-23 Adult Winter Volleyball Registration 11 5th Grade Basketball Rosters Due 12 Multicultural Fall Festival, Downtown Jeff City 13 Sectional Punt, Pass and Kick Competition, Jefferson City High School 21 Judo Class Registration Ends (Oct. 28 - Dec. 9) 21-28 Storybook Trail, “Big Kicks”, W. Edgewood Drive 23 Off-Ice Skating Lesson Registration Ends Session II 28 Jiu Jitsu Class Registration Ends (Nov. 4 - Dec. 16) 29 Karate Class Registration Ends (Nov. 5 - Dec. 17) 30 Baton & Stick Self Defense Class Registr. Ends (Nov. 6 - Dec. 18) 31 Home-School Skating Lesson Registration Ends Session II (Thursdays)

November 2013

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Youth Basic Skills & Adult Skating Lesson Registration Ends for Session II (Saturdays) 1 Oak Hills Golf Center Winter Rates Begin 1 Winter Trout Fishing Begins 4 High School Hoops Registration Begins 4 Home-School Skating Lesson Registration Ends Session III (Mondays) 5 Preschool, Youth Basic Skills Advanced Youth Figure Skating, & Adult Skating Lesson Registration Ends for Session III (Tuesdays) 6-9 Oak Hills Driving Range Closed for Cross Country 8 Adult Winter Basketball and Dodge Ball Registration Ends 8-9 Oak Hills Golf Course Closed 9 MSHSAA Cross Country State Championships 24 Fall Hayrides End 27, 29 Holiday Sessions at Ice Arena 28 Ice Arena Closed

December 2013 4 4 6 5 6 7 10-13 14 21 23 23-31 24-25 26 27 30 30 31 31

Start Smart Basketball Registration Ends High School Hoops Registration Ends Entry deadline for the Christmas Home Decorating Contest Mayor’s Tree Lighting, 5:30 p.m., Rotary Centennial Park Living Windows Showcase, Downtown Jefferson City Capital City Speedskating Meet, Washington Park Ice Arena Candy Cane Hunt, North Jeff City Multi-Purpose Building Winter Skating Recital, Washington Park Ice Arena Skate with Santa, Washington Park Ice Arena Guaranteed White Christmas Holiday Sessions at Ice Arena Ice Arena Closed Begin Christmas Tree Recycling (Vivion Field) Youth Basic Skills & Adult Skating Lesson Registration Ends for Session III (Saturdays) Judo Class Registration Ends (Jan. 6. - Feb. 17) Jiu Jitsu Class Registration Ends (Jan. 6. - Feb. 17) Karate Class Registration Ends (Jan. 7 - Feb. 18) Baton & Stick Self Defense Class Registr. Ends (Jan. 8 - Feb. 19)

We’ve Always Got It Going On! January 2014 1-3 2 8 9

Holiday Sessions at Ice Arena Ice Show Tryouts 6th Grade Basketball Rosters Due Home-School Skating Lesson Registration Ends Session III (Thursdays) 14-29 Youth Spring Volleyball Registration 14-29 Adult Spring Indoor Volleyball Registration 31 End Christmas Tree Recycling

February 2014 3 3 3 3-19 10 28

Accepting applications for spring and summer employment Adult Spring Kickball Registration Begins Adult Spring and Summer Softball Registration Begins Adult Spring Sand Volleyball Registration Miracle League Baseball Registration Begins 52nd Annual Ice Show (Feb. 28, March 1 & 2)

Program guide fall 2013  

Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Program Guide August 2013 - February 2014

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