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2012 Summer Camps & Aquatics Georgetown Parks & Recreation


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2012 Summer Camp Guide Important Notice! ATTENTION PARENTS:

Please note the start and end times of each camp. You may drop off and pick up your child no more than 15 minutes before/ after camp. There is no supervised care before, after, or between camps at the Recreation Center. Children must be at least 12 years of age to be in this facility unsupervised by a parent or other appropriate person; Georgetown Recreation Center membership fees apply. Anyone picking up a child must show a photo ID.

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Georgetown Parks & Recreation is pleased to offer the convenience of on-line registration for most of its activities. Browse our site at http://parks.georgetown.org to view available classes, leagues, lessons, camps and facilities. To register for programs on-line you will need a User ID and password which may be requested on-line or by calling (512) 930-3595 or (512) 930-3596. Get your User ID and password early!! It takes approximately 48 hours for your User ID and password to be e-mailed to you if you request it on-line. Please note that nonrefundable convenience fees do apply when registering on-line. There are non refundable convenience fees for registering on-line for totals up to $69.00. Below are the fees for on-line registration: $0.00 to $69.00 No Fees $70.00 to $149.99 6.5% minus $4.50 $150.00 to $500.00 3.5% $501.00 and greater 2.5% plus $5.00 fee

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When to Register:

Residents: Monday, March 26, 2012 - beginning at 8:00 am Nonresidents: Tuesday, March 27, 2012 - beginning at 8:00 am You may register online at http://parks.georgetown.org or in person at the following locations: Georgetown Recreation Center – 1003 N. Austin Avenue (512) 930-3596 Open Monday – Friday from 5:30 am - 9:00 pm & Saturdays 9:00 am – 9:00 pm

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Georgetown Parks and Recreation Administration Building – 1101 N. College Street (512) 930-3595 Open Monday – Friday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

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Georgetown Tennis Center – 400 Serenada Drive (512) 931-2444 Open Monday – Thursday 8:30 am – 9:00 pm, Friday & Saturday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm & Sunday 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

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We are not a licensed child care facility or program through Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.

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A $30 nonrefundable deposit is due at time of registration for each week of camp. The remaining balance for camp must be paid in full by the Monday one week prior to the start of camp (7 days in advance of attendance). If the balance is not paid in full by the Monday one week prior to camp, your child’s spot will be forfeited to the next child on the waitlist. You will lose your reservation and your $30.00 deposit. A completed 2012 Summer Camp Registration Form is required to complete your registration. Registration forms can be found at all three facilities or on-line at http://parks.georgetown.org.

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Refunds:

Refunds, minus the $30 nonrefundable deposit, will only be given if notice is received 7 or more days prior to the start of camp. Refunds will NOT be given with less than 7 days notice. Complete refunds (including deposits) will only be given for departmental cancellations. Because of staffing requirements, fees will not be prorated for partial attendance. Tuition is based on a full week. page

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Camp Goodwater

Space in each week of Summer Camp is limited, so please reserve your child’s place early!

About Camp Goodwater:

Sponsored by Georgetown Parks and Recreation, Camp Goodwater is a day camp for children, offering a variety of traditional and non-traditional camp activities. Participants must be at least five years old (and have completed Kindergarten) through 12 years old. Camp Goodwater will be hosted in the Teen/Senior Center at the Georgetown Recreation Center! Camp hours are 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, but early drop-off (7:00-7:45 am) and late pick-up (5:15 pm-6:00 pm) are available for an additional fee. Each day children participate in morning announcements,, and planned daily activities. Snacks will also be provided each morning and afternoon. Throughout the week, camp activities may include: group games, arts-n-crafts, Challenge Course, archery, climbing, hiking, sports, nature activities, canoeing, swimming, skits and much more. Every Friday we will end the week by taking a field trip. Each week has a theme and the activities and field trip for the week will fit the theme. WHAT TO BRING - Campers should bring the following items to camp with them: • Lunch and two drinks • Sunscreen • Water bottle • Bug spray • Swim Gear (suit, towel, etc) • Weather-appropriate clothing • Close-toed shoes • A hat or cap and/or sunglasses • Backpack • A Smile! Please label all of your child’s items to avoid losing them! Campers should NOT bring the following items to camp with them: • Electronics or hand-held games • Cell Phones • Toys

Weekly Themes and Field Trips: 2012 Weekly Sessions: Week 1, June 4-8: Let the Fun Begin! Summer Fun USA - Belton

Week 2, June 11-15: Movin’ and Groovin’ Reunion Ranch - Georgetown

Week 3, June 18-22: It’s a Zoo in Here! Cameron Park Zoo - Waco

Week 4, June 25-29: By Land or By Sea Zilker Park & Austin Duck Adventure - Austin

Week 5, July 2-6: America the Beautiful (no camp Wednesday, July 4) BLORA - Belton

Week 6, July 9-13: Discovery Zone Mayborn Museum - Waco

Week 7, July 16-20: Texas Adventures Wonder World - San Marcos

Week 8, July 23-27: Something’s Fishy Here BLORA - Belton

Week 9, July 30 - August 3: Go For the Gold! Jump Street - Cedar Park

Week 10, August 6-10: Wild Water Week Summer Fun USA - Belton

Fees: $135.00/Child Resident

$145.00/Child Nonresident *Early drop-off and late pick-up are $5 additional per week. Supervised quiet games are offered from 7:45 am - 9:00 am and from 4:00 - 5:15 pm at no additional charge. After 6:00 pm a $10.00 fee will be charged for every half-hour until pick-up. This fee must be paid at time of pickup.

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Summer Adventure Camp About Adventure Camp:

Adventure Camp is a unique opportunity for youth ages 11 to 17 to be exposed to outdoor adventure activities and challenges in a fun, safe, and healthy environment. Each session will offer campers opportunities to learn life-long recreation skills and promote the positive use of free time. Our program will provide outdoor experiences that will help youth to gain self-confidence, responsibility, self-awareness, problem-solving and decision making skills.

Who May Participate:

Summer adventure camp is open to all young people between the ages of 11 to 12 for “Welcome to Adventure” camp and 12 to 17 for all other camps. A camper’s age is determined by their age on the first day of the camp. Campers should be able to function effectively with their peers, be able to understand and follow through with basic instructions, be physically able to hike moderate distances, and be willing to work and learn in a group setting.

Orientation Meeting: Parents/guardians and campers must attend a mandatory orientation meeting from 7:00-9:00 p.m. on either Wednesday, May 16th in the Community Room of the Parks & Recreation Administration Building (1101 N. College St.) or Wednesday, May 30th at a location to be announced later. You will receive a parent information packet, be informed on critical logistics, be sized for technical equipment, and meet the Adventure Staff. Please make every effort to attend one of these two meetings.

Staff Leadership: Summer Adventure Camp will be conducted by trained summer and full-time staff with experience in outdoor skills and camper supervision. Some of our staff trainings and certifications include American Red Cross (CPR, First Aid, and lifeguarding), Wilderness Medical Institute (Wilderness First Responder), Adventure Experiences (Ropes Course), American Canoe Association (swiftwater rescue), and Christian Adventure Educators Institute (rock climbing).

Camper Equipment: The adventure program will provide technical and camping equipment necessary for adventure activities. Personal clothing and items will be discussed at the orientation meeting. Registration fees include meals prepared while camping. Participants will be responsible for meals while traveling ($30-$100 depending on session).

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Summer Adventure Camp Sessions 1 & 2: “Welcome to Adventure” Session 1: June 4-8 (Course #40294) Session 2: June 11-15 (Course # #40295) 40295)

Ages 11-12 only. Experience our Texas Hill Country like never before. We’ll take day trips that include the Challenge Course, rock climbing, caving, kayaking, canoeing and horseback riding. If you want a taste of our adventure program, then this is the camp for you. Fee: $200 Resident; $225 Nonresident

Session 3: Arkansas Travel Camp, June 21-28 (Course # #40296) 40296) Ages 12-17. Join us for eight days of activities in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas. Adventures include caving at Whirlpool Cave, rock climbing at Mineral Wells State Park, horseback riding and rappelling at Lake Ouachita, and a 3 day canoe/island camping trip on Lake Ouachita. Fee: $375 Resident; $425 Nonresident

Session 4: Colorado Travel Camp, July 6-14 (Course # #40297) 40297) Ages 12-17. This year we’re heading to Central Colorado for nine days of outdoor activities. Adventures include rappelling near Colorado Springs, rock climbing at 11 mile Canyon, backpacking in the Sangre De Cristo Wilderness, and whitewater rafting on the Arkansas River. Fee: $445 Resident; $495 Nonresident

Session 5: Extreme Water Sports, July 23 - August 1 (Course #40298) Ages 12-17. If you like the water, then this is the session for you. The first week we’ll spend making day trips which include our challenge course, whitewater kayaking, snorkeling, wake boarding, and sailing. The second week we’ll travel to Padre Island for some kayaking and wind surfing. Fee: $375 Resident; $425 Nonresident All camps will run out of the Georgetown Teen Center located at 1003 N. Austin Ave. The “Welcome to Adventure” camps will consist of five days of adventure activities for kids ages 11-12. Programming will run from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Drop off times will run from 7:45 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. and pick up times from 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Early drop off (7:00 am - 7:45 a.m.) will be available for an additional $5 per week. After 6:00 pm, a $10 fee will be charged for every half-hour until pick-up. This fee must be paid at time of pick-up. The Extreme Water Sports camps will include five days of day adventures and a 3 day overnight camping experience. This camp will include team building on our ropes course and daily snacks. The daily programming for the first week will run from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. (Some days may be extended). Campers who need early drop off and late pick-up will be able to exercise Teen Center membership privileges during the first week of camp. Participants will be required to wear an Adventure Camp name tag and follow all facility rules. The Arkansas and Colorado Travel Camps will consist of various adventure activities, overnight primitive camping,and a service project. Participants will be out of state for an eight (Arkansas) or nine (Colorado) day period.

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Tennis Camps Summer Tennis Camp:

Location:

Tennis Camps are located at the Georgetown Tennis Center, 400 Serenada Drive.

Camp Activities:

Tennis Camp activities include basic tennis instruction, drills, tennis games, conditioning training, swimming, non-tennis games, a mid morning and afternoon snack, and match play.

Camp Session Dates: Session Session Session Session Session

1, 2, 3, 4, 5,

Course Course Course Course Course

#39701: #39702: #39703: #39704: #39705:

June 4 - June 8 June 11 - June 15 June 18 - June 22 June 25 - June 29 *July 2 - July 6

Session Session Session Session Session

6, Course #39706: July 9 - July 13 7, Course #39707: July 16 - July 20 8, Course #39708: July 23 - July 27 9, Course #39709: July 30 - August 3 10, Course #39710: August 6 - August 10

* This is a 4 day week. Price is adjusted accordingly. No camp on Wednesday, July 4.

Ages:

Skill:

Fees:

8 - 12 years

All levels welcome

$135 Resident / $145 Nonresident per week

Time:

Camp activities are scheduled from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Campers may be dropped off as early as 7:00 am and picked up as late as 6:00 pm for additional fees. EARLY DROP OFF: 7:00 am - 7:45 am ($5.00 fee - covers all 5 days) 7:45 am- 9:00 am - Quiet Games - No charge 4:00 am- 5:15 pm - Quiet Games - No charge LATE PICK-UP: 5:15 pm - 6:00 pm ($5.00 fee - covers all 5 days) *You will be required to sign your child in and out of camp each day.

Camper Information:

Campers will need to bring the following each day: *Please label your child’s belongings! -Water bottle -Sack lunch and drink -Tennis racquet (borrow one from us if needed) -Tennis shoes with non-marking soles -Shorts with pockets (recommended) -Hat or visor -Sunscreen -Swim suit & towel every day (*Water slide on Mondays, swimming pool Tues.-Fri.) *Water slide is subject to any water restrictions that may be implemented during the summer months.

Junior Tennis Academy: Under the instruction of Head Pro Pete Polkinghorn, the GTC Junior Tennis Academy is instruction for the competitive tournament player. This academy will consist of challenging drills, physical training, specialty shots, and more. Space is limited. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat/visor and racquet each day!

Ages:

Fees:

Competitive Junior Players 12 – 18 years

$90 Resident per week / $100 Nonresident per week

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Tennis Camps

Junior Tennis Academy (cont.):

Time: Monday - Friday, (A) 8:00 am - 10:00 am or (B) 10:00 am - Noon Camp Session Dates (choose either option A or B): Week 1, June 4-8: Week 2, June 11–15: Week 3, June 18–22: Week 4, June 25-29: **Week 5, July 2-6: Week 6, July 9-13: Week 7, July 16-20: Week 8, July 23-27: Week 9, July 30-Aug. 3: Week 10, August 6-10:

(A) (A) (A) (A) (A) (A) (A) (A) (A) (A)

Course Course Course Course Course Course Course Course Course Course

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(B) (B) (B) (B) (B) (B) (B) (B) (B) (B)

Course Course Course Course Course Course Course Course Course Course

#39691 #39692 #39693 #39694 #39695 #39696 #39697 #39698 #39699 #39700

** This is a 4 day week. Price is adjusted accordingly. No camp on Wednesday, July 4.

Munchkin Camp: Camp Activities:

This camp will utilize USTA’s 10 & under format. Instruction will include basic tennis strokes, including forehand, backhand, volley and drop serve and will focus on hand-eye coordination. Other activities will include fun tennis games, non-tennis games, a mid-morning snack, and water slide on Fridays. ** Please note, the water slide is subject to any water restrictions that might be implemented during the summer months.

Camp Session Dates:

Session 1, Course #40181: June 4-8 Session 2, Course #40182: June 11-15 Session 3, Course #40183: June 18-22 Session 4, Course #40184: June 25–29 **Session 5, Course #40185: July 2-6

Session Session Session Session Session

6, Course #40186: July 9 -13 7, Course #40187: July 16 -20 8, Course #40188: July 23 –27 9, Course #40189: July 30 - Aug. 3 10, Course #40190: Aug. 6 -10

** This is a 4 day week. Price is adjusted accordingly. No camp on Wednesday, July 4.

Ages:

Fees:

5 - 7 years (must have completed Kindergarten) $65 Resident / $75 Nonresident per week

Time:

8:00 am - 11:00 am *You will be required to sign your child in and out of camp each day.

Camper Information:

Campers will need to bring the following each day: Water bottle, tennis racquet (we will provide one if needed at no cost), tennis shoes with non-marking soles, hat or visor, sunscreen, water clothes on Friday ONLY for water slide! Please have your child’s name on his/her belongings!

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Kid City Camp Kid City is a summer enrichment program for Georgetown ISD students ages 5-12 (must have completed kindergarten). You must qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch to register for this program. Campers will receive breakfast and lunch. Pre-registration is required. A completed registration form along with full payment is required at time of registration. Transportation is offered to and from selected GISD Elementary School bus sites and the Boys and Girls Club in Georgetown. Registration Fee: Sibling Rate: Location: Program Time:

$10 per week Sorry - No refunds! $5 per week Annie Purl Elementary, 1700 Laurel Street 8:00 am — 12:00 noon

Registration Begins April 2nd. Register at the following locations: Georgetown Recreation Center, 1003 North Austin Ave. Parks & Recreation Administration Building, 1101 North College Street

Camp Sessions: Week Week Week Week

1: 2: 3: 4:

July July July July

9 - July 13 16 - July 20 23 - July 27 30 - Aug. 3

Camp Activities:

Games, arts & crafts, field trips, special presenters, swimming, lots of fun! Sponsored by: Georgetown Parks and Recreation and The Georgetown Project in association with GISD Summer Food Program.

Adaptive Camp Programs

now offered by Georgetown Parks and Recreation in cooperation with the EGA.

In cooperation with the Exceptional Georgetown Alliance, Georgetown Parks and Recreation is now offering Adaptive Summer Camp Sessions for GISD students. Experienced and trained staff will continue to provide this opportunity to Georgetown students. You will be required to fill out an ADAPTIVE CAMP REGISTRATION FORM to help determine proper placement for your child. Spaces are limited due to staff to camper ratios. Register early!

Let’s Make Friends!

Let’s Make Friends camp focuses on social skills, self-advocacy, team building, and communication skills to facilitate the social and emotional development of children with Autism Spectrum disorders and other cognitive and developmental disabilities. Themes address basic concepts like feelings, using manners, being part of a group, as well as larger ideas like teamwork, enthusiasm, friendship, and cooperation. Activities during camp include: arts/crafts, swimming, field trips, cooperative game activities, and other activities that build social skills children need to be successful in making and maintaining friendships and relationships.

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Adaptive Camp Programs Let’s Make Friends (cont.)

FOCUS: High functioning Autism Spectrum disorders, Asperger’s Disorder and other cognitive and developmental disabilities REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to coexist in a small group setting and communicate verbally. STAFF/CAMPER RATIO: 1:3 AGES: 5-13 years (must have completed kindergarten) FEES: $150 Residents / $160 Nonresidents per week TIME: 8:00 am – 2:00 pm LOCATION: Annie Purl Elementary, 1700 Laurel Street

Camp Eaglet

Camp Eaglet is a fun summer camp that teaches social skills, play skills, and communication skills for 1st-5th grade GISD students. Campers will learn the important foundational skill of play through increasing social awareness, attention, language, and communication skills. Campers will participate in classroom activities including arts/crafts, role play, field trips, modeling, dress up, group activities, music, and sensory experiences. FOCUS: Autism Spectrum disorders and other cognitive and developmental disabilities REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to coexist in a small group setting. STAFF/CAMPER RATIO: 1:3 AGES: 5-10 years (must have completed kindergarten) FEES: $120 Residents / $130 Nonresidents per week TIME: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm LOCATION: Annie Purl Elementary, 1700 Laurel Street

Any Eagle Can!

Any Eagle Can Summer camp is for middle school and high school aged children with special needs in the GISD area, who are seeking an opportunity to retain communication, social skills and community involvement during the summer months. This camp is designed to encourage campers to develop their imagination and individual ability while enhancing self-esteem. The opportunity for social growth of each camper will be provided through a wide range of activities including but not limited to music, drama, arts and crafts, menu planning, gardening, daily exercise, cooking, movies and much more. Campers will also participate in community based outings such as recycling, grocery shopping, and weekly field trips. FOCUS: Cognitive and Developmental disabilities REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to coexist in a small group setting STAFF/CAMPER RATIO: 1:3 AGES: 11-19 years FEES: $150 Residents / $160 Nonresidents per week TIME: 8:00 am – 2:00 pm LOCATION: Eastview High School, 4490 E. University Avenue

Camp Session Dates:

Four individual weeks of programming will be offered for each camp, Monday-Thursday. Week 1: June 4-7 Week 2: June 11-14 Week 3: June 18-21 Week 4: June 25-28

Registration: Camp spaces are limited. Please register early to reserve your spot. You may register in person at any of the following locations: * Georgetown Tennis Center (400 Serenada Drive) * Georgetown Recreation Center (1003 N. Austin Ave) * Recreation Administration Building (1101 N. College Street) **You must also complete a 2012 Adaptive Summer Camp Registration form to ensure your registration. These camps are not designed to work on severe aggressive behavior, but focus on providing a safe, social environment productive of building social and communication skills for all campers.

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Dance Camps Kamp Kinderdance:

Morning camp version of the Kinderdance program for children 3-7 years old. Campers will participate in dance, gymnastics, crafts, and have a snack each day. There will be a show for families and guests on Friday.

Fees: $80 Resident / $90 Nonresident Camp Session Dates:

3-5 years old, 9:00 am - Noon (children must be potty trained to attend this camp) Course #39067: June 11-15 Course #39074: June 25-29 Course #39076: July 23-27 5-7 years old, 1:00 - 4:00 pm Course #39066: June 4-8

Course #39073: June 18-22

Course #39075: July 16-20

Camp Hoop Dance: Ages 8-14. This summer take Hula Hooping to a new level! There is no time like the present to learn a new hobby that is fun, healthy and entertaining! In this week long Hoop Camp students will learn: passing, spiral (down and up), halo, hand-off, off body and on body flow, and much more! *Included in class* Students will be able to choose the perfect hoop size for them and pick two solid ½� hoop colors which will be constructed by the instructor; a hoop just for them to practice with and take home at the end of camp.

Time: Monday - Friday, 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm Fees: $80 Resident / $90 Nonresident Camp Session Dates: June 11-15, Course #39637 What to Bring: Snack, water bottle labeled with name

Cheer Camp: Ages 6-12. Participants will learn a variety of jumps, cheer techniques and stunts. A Friday performance will showcase their skills for family & friends! Led by Maria Arellano, a certified Dance & PE instructor.

Time: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - Noon Fees: $110 Resident / $120 Nonresident Camp Session Dates: June 25-29, Course #39635 What to Bring: Water bottle, tennis shoes, comfortable clothing, hair pulled back from face.

Contemporary Dance Camp: Ages 10-16. Campers will be introduced to the contemporary style of dance, which has its foundation in a variety of styles and techniques. Styles may range from ballet, modern, hip hop to improvisational movements. Campers will explore these various styles of dance to interpret the music, as they focus on breathing, posture, and emotional state. A contemporary dance performance will end the week. All levels and experience are welcome to join this new camp.

Time: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - Noon Fees: $75 Resident / $85 Nonresident Camp Session Dates: Course #40346, July 9-13 What to Bring: Light snack and a water bottle labeled with your name.

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Educational Camps Lego Robotics Camp:

With the push of a button electromechanical wonders are unleashed. ROBOTS! Students experience the thrill of mastering basic concepts in robotics, computer programming, and mechanical design while solving a challenging problem. Returning students are given new projects that build on previous projects & concepts. *Parents, please note - LEGO Kits & Robots will not be sent home.

Fees Per Course: $135 Resident / $145 Nonresident Amazing Machines: 9-12 years Fungineering Sports: 5-8 years Course #39390: June 18-22, 9:00 am - Noon

Fungineering Adventures: 5-8 years

Course #39438: July 30- August 3, 9:00 am - Noon

Course #39437: June 25-29, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Battle Bots & Animation: 9-12 years

Course #39439: July 30- August 3, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Creative Writing for Young People:

Listen to & read various books or short stories. Discover how the stories are organized, how the characters develop & how the plot proceeds to the conclusion. Then compose, write & illustrate your own story & bind it into a book! All supplies and some snacks are provided. Bring your imagination, ideas & a water bottle each day! Classes may be repeated to refine skills. One week sessions.

One Week Sessions from 1:00 - 4:00 pm

FANTASY (Ages 7-13): Course #39008, July 23-27 MYSTERY (Ages 9-14): Course #39009, August 6-10

Fees: $75 Resident / $85 Nonresident What to Bring: All supplies are provided. Please bring a snack & water bottle labeled with child’s

name each day.

Camp Amigos: Ages 6-12. Kids will be immersed in an exciting world of the Spanish language and culture. They will gain an introduction to basic Spanish through art, music, and short skits. A short history of the language and culture will round out the week. There will be a showcase of Spanish skills on the last day of camp. Camp is led by Maria Arellano, certified teacher and native speaker.

Fees Per Course: $110 Resident / $120 Nonresident Camp Session Dates: Course #39641: July 9-13, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Course #39642: July 30 - August 3, 9:00 am - Noon

What to Bring: Please bring a water bottle labeled

with your name & a snack each day.

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Educational Camps Weird Science Camp:

Ages 8-14. Explore the world of science with wacky experiments and unusual inventions! We’ll have a Science Fair on Friday to display what you have learned and your own, creative ideas. All camps are 1/2 day and held Monday -Friday from 9:00 am - Noon

Fees: $85 Resident / $95 Nonresident Camp Session Dates: 8-10 years old: Course #39307, June 4-8; Course #39311, July 16-20 11-13 years old: Course #39309, June 25-29

Around the World in 5 Days:

Fees: $85 Resident / $95 Nonresident

Ages 8-14. Join us as we travel all seven continents in just 5 days! Geography and culture will be integrated into fun, hands-on projects to make this a destination you do not want to miss. All camps are 1/2 day and held Monday -Friday from 9:00 am - Noon

Camp Session Dates: 8-10 years old: Course #39310, July 9-13; Course #39312, July 23-27 11-14 years old: Course #39308, June 18-22

Better Letters - Calligraphy Camp:

Fees: $55 Resident / $65 Nonresident

Ages 7-13. Improve your penmanship and learn to embellish craft projects. This class teaches the basics of size, slant, and style! Learn italic, bubble, and calligraphy. Use color & creativity to enhance projects, scrapbooks, invitations, signs and then create a portfolio to take home! Bring a calligraphy pen or buy one in class!

Camp Session Dates: Course #39089: July 2-6, 9:00 am - Noon (4 day camp; No camp Wed., July 4) What to Bring: Please bring a snack and a water bottle labeled with child's name each day.

Theatre Camps Puppets & Props for Plays:

Ages 9-13. Classes consist of reading various plays aloud for accuracy and good expression. Groups then choose which play to plan for puppets and props. Paper, cloth, paints, markers, and household articles are creatively transformed into characters and settings to illustrate the plots of the chosen classic short story or the international folk tale. At the end of the week, puppet shows are presented to interested friends and family!

Fees: $70 Resident / $80 Nonresident Camp Session Dates:

Course #39090: July 9-13, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

What to Bring: Please bring a snack and a water bottle labeled with child’s name each day.

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Arts & Crafts Camps Ages 8-13 Fees Per Course: $75 Resident / $85 Nonresident

Sea, Sun & Sand Art: June 4-8, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Course #39313. Explore the sea, sun and sand in artistic expressions of their own using a variety of media.

Nature Nuts: June 18-22, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Course #39314. Make art depicting nature, as well as creating art from natural found objects.

Star Spangled Art: June 25- 29, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Course #39315. Create masterpieces with a patriotic theme and a variety of media.

Creating with Color: July 16-20, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Course #39316. Explore color (warm and cool, analogous colors, shades and tints, etc.) while creating colorful masterpieces with a variety of media.

Art Around the World: July 23-27, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Course #39317. Learn about art from various world regions while observing and making art in those styles.

3-D Art: July 30- August 3, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Course #39318: Come make three-dimensional artwork in a variety of media including paper machè and clay.

Doodle & Draw Camp: July 16-20, 9:00 am - Noon Fees Per Course: $70 Resident / $80 Nonresident

Course #39083. Ages 6-13. Come learn the basics of drawing! We’ll draw people, plants, pets and places using shapes, guidelines, shading, color and more. Apply the “Four Top Tips” for wonderful results! All supplies provided.

What to Bring: Please bring a snack and a water bottle labeled with your child’s name.

Sport Camps British Soccer Camp:

Ages 3-16. The #1 Soccer Camp in the US and Canada is coming back to Georgetown this summer! Georgetown Parks & Recreation will be hosting a British Soccer Camp from June 11-15, 2012; July 9-13; and August 13-17. This camp is delivered by qualified British coaches and designed to improve skill level, increase a deeper understanding of the game, increase levels of health and fitness, build upon personal qualities and to encourage life-long participation in the world’s most exciting sport. For more information and to register, please visit www.challengersports.com. Sign up 45 days prior to your camp starting to receive a FREE jersey!

Fencing Camp:

Fees: $150 Resident / $170 Nonresident

Ages 6 & up. Anyone who is at least seven years old is welcome to come learn to fence with the U.S. Fencing Coaches Association 2000 Coach of the Year, Gary Murray. Camp will include fencing instruction, games and relays. Breaks will include playing in the Recreation Center’s gym and game room. All equipment is provided.

Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm, Monday - Friday Camp Session Dates: Session 1: Course #38820, June 4-8 Session 2: Course #38821, July 30 - August 3 What to Bring/Wear: Please bring a water bottle and sack lunch each day. Everyone must wear long pants and athletic shoes.

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Sport Camps Volleyball Skills Camp (3rd - 8th Grades):

Led by Coaches Jennifer Elsasser and Shanna Cahill. The Volleyball Skills Camp will focus mainly on skills and techniques such as serving, passing, setting, spiking, and ball control. We will also include some conditioning and strength training that is safe and effective for volleyball players at this age. Both coaches are players themselves and have years of youth volleyball and fitness training experience. Come join us for the fun!

Fees: $70 Resident/ $80 Nonresident Camp Session Dates: Monday - Friday, July 23-27, 2012

Course #39493: 3rd - 5th grades, 9:00 am - 10:30 am Course #39494: 6th - 8th grades, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Sports Spectacular Camp (Ages 5-15): Bring your sneakers and get ready for a summer of fun! Sports Spectacular Camp will include Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Football, Kickball, and variations of both Floor Hockey and Dodgeball with an emphasis on developing skill, team building and sportsmanship, plus other organized and fun structured games! Indoor and Outdoor Fun! This camp will meet in Gym #2.

Fees: $110 Resident/ $120 Nonresident Time: Monday - Friday; 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Camp Session Dates: June 11-15; June 18-22; July 16-20; August 6-10 What to Bring: Each child will need to bring a lunch, snack, water bottle, sunscreen, and wear sneakers each day.

Krav Maga Junior Summer Camp (Ages 12-16):

This self defense camp for teens will teach the techniques of Krav Maga. Teens will learn how to defend themselves against attack, learn self discipline and positive self esteem and get a great workout.

Fees: $75 Resident/ $85 Nonresident Time: 9:00 am - Noon, Monday - Friday Camp Session Dates: Course #34886: June 4-8 ; Course #34887: July 9-13 Course #34888: August 6-10

What to Bring: Please bring a snack and a water bottle labeled with your child’s name.

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Aquatics - General Information Pool Locations & Hours: Williams Drive Pool 3201 Williams Drive 512-930-3529 Tennis Center Pool 400 Serenada Drive 512-930-3508 Village Pool 370 Village Commons Blvd. 512-931-2758 River Ridge Pool 414 South Ridge Circle 512-930-3533 Recreation Center Indoor Pool and Outdoor Splash Pool 1003 N. Austin Ave. 512-930-3596 All pools will be open Memorial Day weekend. Regular Summer hours will begin May 26, 2012. Outdoor pools are available for private parties when the pool is not open to the public. Georgetown Parks & Recreation Programs may take up portions of the pools throughout the day. DAY

Rec Center Indoor Pool

Rec Center Splash Pool

Williams Drive

Tennis Center

Village Pool

River Ridge

Sun

CLOSED

CLOSED

1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

Mon

5:30am – 8:30pm

10am – 8pm

CLOSED

CLOSED

1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

Tues

5:30am – 8:30pm

10am – 8pm

1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

CLOSED

CLOSED

Wed

5:30am – 8:30pm

10am – 8pm

1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

Thurs

5:30am – 8:30pm

10am – 8pm

1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

Fri

5:30am – 8:30pm

10am – 8pm

1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

Sat

9:00am – 8:30pm

10am – 8pm

1 pm - 7pm 1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

1pm - 7pm

Admission Fees: Daily y Summer Pool Admission Fees Child (4-9): $1.00 Junior (10-17): $2.00 Adult (18-54): $3.00 Children (3 & under): Free Senior (55&up): $2.00 Unlimited Summer Passes Resident Child and Junior $55 Adult & Senior $75 Family $150

Recreation Center Outdoor Splash p Pool Admission Fees Child (4-9): $2.00 Senior (55&up): $2.00 Junior (10-17): $3.00 Adult (18–54): $3.00 Children (3 & under): Free

Nonresident $75 $100 $200

*Unlimited Summer Passes - This season pass will give you unlimited access to all five of the City of Georgetown Outdoor Pools during operating hours. This includes: River Ridge Pool, Williams Drive Pool, Tennis Center Pool, Village Pool and the Outdoor Pool at the Recreation Center! This season pass is non-refundable and will expire at the end of the summer season. page 14


Aquatics - General Information Birthday Parties at the Recreation Center: The Event Room at the Recreation Center can be rented out for birthday parties. This package will give you exclusive access to the event room for two hours and use of the indoor and outdoor pool. There can be up to 12 kids per group with a 20 person maximum. Adult supervision does apply according to age restrictions. Recreation Center Members: $125 Nonmember: $150 Resident / $175 Nonresident

Outdoor Pool Rentals: The Parks and Recreation Department will start taking reservations for specific pool facilities on May 1 for residents and May 2 for nonresidents. Reserve your party date by completing a form that can be found online and return it with your reservation fees at least 14 days in advance. Facilities are available for rent the first full weekend in June 2012 through mid August. Outside food and drink are allowed during private parties. Glass containers, alcohol and bar-b-que pits are not allowed at anytime. Failure to comply with pool rules will result in removal of facility and no monies refunded.

For rates and reservations call (512) 930-8414.

Aquatics Swimming Lessons Information: The City of Georgetown offers American Red Cross (ARC) Learn to Swim classes. Swimming lessons are held at the Georgetown Recreation Center and the larger outdoor swimming pools. While locations, days and times vary, every course includes eight 35-minute lessons. The City of Georgetown Parks and Recreation will make all lesson cancellations due to inclement weather with the safety of our participants in mind. Cancellations will be made 30 minutes prior to class. Age restrictions for all Learn to Swim classes will be enforced.

All Aquatic Class Registrations will begin on May 1 for residents and May 2 for nonresidents. Online registration is available! Please get your ID and password by logging onto parks.georgetown.org and selecting on-line registration or by calling (512) 930-3595 or (512) 930-3596.

Lesson Fees: Resident: $40 Nonresident: $50

GRC = Georgetown Recreation Center VIL = Village Pool WLM = Williams Drive Pool

RRP = River Ridge Pool TCP = Tennis Center Pool

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Aquatics - Swimming Lessons Parent & Child Beginner: Ages 6 months – 3 years. The foundation of the ARC Parent and Child Beginner class is to familiarize young children to the water and prepare them to learn to swim. These basic skills include water adjustment, enter and exit the water in a safe manner, explore submerging to the mouth, nose and eyes completely and explore buoyancy. A responsible adult is required to participate with the child.

Parent and Child Beginner – 2 Days a Week Summer Session 1

Summer Session 2

PLACE

DAY

TIME

June 4 –28

July 9 – Aug 2

GRC

M/W

9:45 am

39817

39818

VIL

M/W

6:45 pm

39825

39826

GRC

Tu/Th

4:30 pm

39819

39820

Parent and Child Beginner – Tuesday through Friday Summer Session 1

Summer Session 2

Summer Session 3

Summer Session 4

PLACE

TIME

June 5 – 15

June 19 – 29

July 10 – 20

July 24 – Aug 3

VIL

10:30 am

39821

39822

39823

39824

Parent & Child Advanced: Ages 18 months – 3 years. The foundation of the ARC Parent and Child Advanced class is to build upon the basic fundamentals of the Parent and Child Beginner course. This class will focus on preparing the child for preschool Learn to Swim Classes and stresses safety in and around the water. A responsible adult is required to participate with the child.

Parent and Child Advanced – 2 Days a Week Summer Session 1

Summer Session 2

PLACE

DAY

TIME

June 4 –28

July 9 – Aug 2

GRC

M/W

10:30 am

39803

39804

TCP

Tu/Th

6:45 pm

39811

39812

Parent and Child Advanced – Tuesday through Friday Summer Session 1

Summer Session 2

Summer Session 3

Summer Session 4

PLACE

TIME

June 5 –15

July 19 -29

July 10-20

July 24 – Aug 3

VIL

11:15 am

39807

39808

39809

39810

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Aquatics - Swimming Lessons Pre-School Learn to Swim:

Ages 3-5. The foundation of the ARC Preschool Learn to Swim program is to focus on submerging the mouth and nose, front and back glides, recovering to a vertical position, back float, simultaneous and alternating arm action on front and back, simultaneous and alternating leg action on front and back, roll over from front to back, treading water and safety. The preschool program will be divided in up to 3 groups based on ability (beginner, intermediate and advanced) on the first day of class.

Preschool Learn to Swim – 2 Days a Week Summer Session 1 Summer Session 2 PLACE

DAY

TIME

June 4 –28

July 9 – Aug 2

GRC

M/W

9:00 am

39898

39902

GRC

M/W

9:45 am

39899

39903

GRC

M/W

10:30 am

39900

39904

GRC

M/W

11:15 am

39901

39905

VIL

M/W

6:45 pm

39882

39884

VIL

M/W

7:25 pm

39883

39885

GRC

Tu/Th

4:30 pm

39906

39909

GRC

Tu/Th

5:15 pm

39907

39852

GRC

Tu/Th

6:00 pm

39908

39853

TCP

Tu/Th

6:45 pm

39878

39880

TCP

Tu/Th

7:25 pm

39879

39881

Preschool Learn to Swim – Tuesday through Friday Summer 1

Summer 2

Summer 3

Summer 4

PLACE

TIME

June 5 – 15

June 19 – 29

July 10 – 20

July 24 – Aug 3

VIL

10:30 am

39854

39857

39860

39863

VIL

11:15 am

39855

39858

39861

39864

VIL

12:00 pm

39856

39859

39862

39865

RRP

10:30 am

39866

39869

39872

39875

RRP

11:15 am

39867

39870

39873

39876

RRP

12:00 pm

39868

39871

39874

39877

Level 1/2: Ages 6 – 12 years. The foundation of the ARC Level 1/2 Learn to Swim class is to give participants success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. This class will focus on front and back glides and floats, rolling from front to back and back to front, treading water using arm and leg actions, combined arm and leg actions on front and back, and finning arm action. This class will also teach how to stay safe including recognizing an emergency, knowing how to call for help, performing simple nonswimming assists, learning how to stay safe in, on and around the water, and learning what to think about and do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation.

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Aquatics - Swimming Lessons Level 1 and 2 – 2 Days a Week Summer Session 1 Summer Session 2 PLACE

DAY

TIME

June 4 –28

July 9 – Aug 2

VIL

M/W

7:25 pm

39721

39722

GRC

Tu/Th

6:00 pm

39725

39727

GRC

Tu/Th

6:45 pm

39726

39728

TCP

Tu/Th

6:45 pm

39745

39746

Level 1 and 2 – Tuesday through Friday Summer 1

Summer 2

Summer 3

Summer 4

PLACE

TIME

June 5 – 17

June 19 – 29

July 10 – 20

July 24 – Aug 3

VIL

10:30 am

39729

39731

39733

39735

VIL

11:15 am

39730

39732

39734

39736

RRP

10:30 am

39737

39739

39741

39743

RRP

11:15 am

39738

39740

39742

39744

Level 3:

Ages 6 – 12 years. The foundation of the ARC Level 3 Learn to Swim program is to increase proficiency and build on the basic aquatic skills learned in Level 1/2 by providing additional guided practice with increased distances and times. This class will focus on front, jellyfish and tuck floats, recovering from a front or back float or glide to a vertical position, back float and glide, change direction of travel while swimming on front and back, combined arm and leg actions on front and back, treading water using arm and leg actions, learning how to stay safe, recognizing an emergency, knowing how to call for help, and learning how to stay safe in, on and around the water. Level 3 – 2 Days a Week Summer Session 1

Summer Session 2

PLACE

DAY

TIME

June 4 –28

July 9 – Aug 2

VIL

M/W

7:25 pm

39765

39766

GRC

Tu/Th

6:45 pm

39749

39750

TCP

Tu/Th

7:25 pm

39763

39764

Level 3 – Tuesday through Friday Summer 1

Summer 2

Summer 3

Summer 4

PLACE

TIME

June 5-15

June 19 – 29

July 10 – 20

July 24 – Aug 3

VIL

10:30 am

39751

39753

39755

39757

VIL

11:15 pm

39767

39768

39769

39770

VIL

12:00 pm

39752

39754

39756

39758

RRP

12:00 pm

39759

39760

39761

39762

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Aquatics - Swimming Lessons Level 4:

Ages 6 – 12 years. The foundation of the ARC Level 4 Learn to Swim program is to develop participants’ confidence in the strokes learned in Level 3 and to improve other aquatic skills. This class will focus on headfirst entries from the side in compact and stride positions, swimming under water, feet first surface dives, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, treading water using two different kicks, front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke, butterfly, flutter and dolphin kicks on back, learning to look carefully before entering the water, learning to perform simple nonswimming assists, and learning about recreational water illnesses and how to avoid them.

Level 4 – 2 Days a Week Summer Session 1 Summer Session 2 PLACE

DAY

TIME

June 4 –28

July 9 – Aug 2

VIL

M/W

6:45 pm

39785

39786

GRC

Tu/Th

7:30 pm

39773

39774

TCP

Tu/Th

7:25 pm

39783

39784

Level 4 – Tuesday through Friday Summer 1

Summer 2

Summer 3

Summer 4

PLACE

TIME

June 5 – 15

June 19 – 29

July 10 – 20

July 24 – Aug 3

VIL

11:15 am

39775

39777

39779

39781

VIL

12:00 pm

39776

39778

39780

39782

Level 5: Ages 6 – 12 years. The foundation of the ARC Level 5 Learn to Swim program is to further learn how to coordinate and refine strokes. This class will focus on shallow-angle dives from the side then gliding and beginning a front stroke, tuck and pike surface dives and submerging completely, front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming, front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke, and butterfly, sculling, learning how to call for help, the importance of knowing first aid and CPR, and learning basic safety guidelines for participating in aquatic activities at water parks.

Level 5 – Tuesday through Friday Summer 1

Summer 2

Summer 3

Summer 4

PLACE

TIME

June 5 – 15

June 19 – 29

July 10 – 20

July 24 – Aug 3

VIL

12:00 pm

39787

39788

39789

39790

WLM

7:00 pm

39791

39792

39793

39794

Waiting Lists:

Due to instructor/participant ratios, each class and program will have a maximum number of spots available. Once the class maximum has been reached, subsequent registrants will be notified that the class is full and you will have the option to be placed on a waiting list. Should spots become available, program openings will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis from registrants that page 19 appear on the waiting list.


Aquatics - Swimming Lessons Level 6: Fitness Swimmer Ages 6 – 12 years. The foundation of the ARC Level 6: Fitness Swimmer Learn to Swim program is to refine strokes so participants swim with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. This class will focus on increasing endurance while performing strokes, demonstrating front crawl open turn, backstroke open turn, sidestroke turn, front flip turn, backstroke flip, butterfly turn and breaststroke while swimming, demonstrating etiquette in fitness swimming, discussing and demonstrating how to use pull buoys, fins, pace clocks, and paddles while swimming, describing the principles of setting up a fitness program, demonstrating various training techniques, and applying the principles of water exercise.

Level 6 – Tuesday through Friday Summer 1

Summer 2

Summer 3

Summer 4

PLACE

TIME

June 5 – 15

June 19 – 29

July 10 – 20

July 24 – Aug 3

WLM

7:00 pm

39795

39796

39797

39798

Adult Beginners: Ages 12 and up. Have you always wanted to learn how to swim? Now is your chance! This adult beginning swimming class will be taught by an American Red Cross certified Water Safety Instructor. Learn the basics and enjoy the water. Pre-registration required. Space is limited!

Adult Beginner – 2 Days a Week Summer Session 1

Summer Session 2

PLACE

DAY

TIME

June 4 –28

July 9 – Aug 2

GRC

M/W

9:00 am

39715

39716

GRC

Tu/Th

7:30 pm

39717

39718

Williams Drive Deep Water Aerobics: Deep water aerobics provides a great workout in deep water. This class will focus on strength, endurance and provide a good cardio workout. This is a 45 minute class. Resident: $30 Nonresident: $40 Place WD WD WD WD WD WD

Days T/Th W/F T/Th W/F T/Th W/F

Dates 6/05 – 6/06 – 7/10 – 7/11 – 8/07 – 8/08 –

6/28 6/29 8/02 8/03 8/30 8/31

Times 7:00pm – 7:45pm 7:00pm – 7:45pm 7:00pm – 7:45pm 7:00pm – 7:45pm 7:00pm – 7:45pm 7:00pm – 7:45pm

Course 39453 39452 39455 39454 39457 39456

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Aquatics - Additional Programs Lifeguarding:

Ages 15 years and up. The foundation of the ARC Lifeguarding program is to teach participants the knowledge and skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies. The course content and activities prepare participants to recognize and respond quickly and effectively to emergencies and prevent drowning and injuries. This class will focus on understanding the value of behaving in a professional manner, learning how to identify behaviors of a swimmer, distressed swimmer and an active or passive drowning victim, understanding the components of an emergency action plan and how to activate it, understanding the general procedures for an emergency occurring in water or on land, demonstrating how to perform equipment-based rescues, learning how to provide first aid and how to care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, and learning how to recognize and care for possible head, neck, and back injuries. Resident: $195

Nonresident: $205

Place

Days

Dates

Times

Course

VIL

Sa/Su

5/12 – 5/20

8:30 am – 5:00 pm

38866

VIL

MonThurs

6/11 – 6/14

8:30 am - 5:00 pm

38867

*Please check the website regularly to see if additional lifeguard classes have been added to the schedule.

Water Safety Instructor: Ages 16 years and up. Water Safety Instructor Course certifies participants to teach Red Cross swimming courses to infants through adults. Fundamentals of Instructor Training (FIT) will be included in this course. Candidates must be at a Level IV swimming ability or higher. Resident: $295 Nonresident: $305 Course: 38834 Dates: 5/22 - 5/27 Times: Tuesday, 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm; Wednesday, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm; Thursday/Friday, 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm; Saturday, 9:00 am - 6:00 pm; Sunday, 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Babysitters Training: Ages 11-15 years. To provide youth who are planning to babysit with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children and infants. This training will help participants to develop leadership skills, learn how to develop a babysitting business, keep themselves and others safe, help children behave, and learn about basic child care and basic first aid. Please bring a sack lunch. Resident: $100 Nonresident: $110 Location: Recreation Center Event Room Day Sat Sat

Dates May 12 May 19

Time: 9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Course 39490 39491

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Aquatics - Additional Programs ARC Junior Guard Safety Camp Ages 11-14. Find out what it takes to become a great lifeguard with this junior lifeguarding course. Students will spend time in the class room and in the pool, learning everything from lifesaving and leadership skills to fitness and professional development. Upon successful completion of this course participants will be certified in First Aid, CPR/AED, and Basic Water Rescue through the American Red Cross. For educational purposes only - completion of course does not guarantee employment with the City of Georgetown. Camp will be taught at the Georgetown Recreation Center in both the classroom and the pool. Please bring a sack lunch and drink, swimsuit and towel, and a change of clothes each day. Resident: $195

Nonresident: $205

Course # 40344: June 11-14, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Course # 40345: July 2-6, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. *No class 7/4.

City of Georgetown Summer Swim Team Georgetown Summer Swim Team is a fun, recreational swim team. Swimmers must be able to swim 1 length of the pool (25 yards) without stopping. Swim tests will be given in June before the season begins. We will be contacting parents in June to set up swim tests at the Recreation Center. All swim tests will be overseen by the swim team managers. Swim tests are given for the safety of all swimmers. No coaches will be in the water during practice. Swim Meets will be at the Recreation Center on Saturday July 21, 28 and August 4. Practice will be held at each pool Tuesday through Friday. There will be NO practice on Mondays. Swim team may only practice at the pool where they are registered. There will be NO free swim during practice, or after practice for families or siblings. Swim practice and meets will be cancelled if inclement weather occurs. There will be no make up practices or meets for inclement weather. Refunds will only be given if notice is received 7 or more days prior to the start of swim team. No refund will be given with less than 7 days notice. Due to staffing requirements, fees will not be prorated for partial attendance. Resident: $60 ($75 with a team t-shirt) Nonresident: $70 ($85 with a team t-shirt) Place RR RR TC TC Vil Vil

Age 5-8 9 - 17 5-8 9 -17 5-8 9 - 17

Days T-F T-F T-F T-F T-F T-F

Dates 7/3 – 8/3 7/3 – 8/3 7/3 – 8/3 7/3 – 8/3 7/3 – 8/3 7/3 – 8/3

Times 8:00am 9:00am 8:00am 9:00am 8:00am 9:00am

– – – – – –

9:00am 10:00am 9:00am 10:00am 9:00am 10:00am

Course 40267 40269 40268 40271 40270 40272

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Come Play With Us!

Georgetown Parks & Recreation Summer Camp & Aquatics Brochure  

Includes listings of the 2012 Summer Camp and Aquatics Programs offered by Georgetown Parks & Recreation.

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