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BROOMFIELD

PROGRAM GUIDE

2019 Broomfield's Choice Award: Christine Knapp: High Five, 2019. Bronze See page 4 for more.

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SING, PLAY GUITAR, BASS, DRUMS, or KEYBOARD in a BAND! Session 1: June 8 - 12

Concert: Sat 6/13 5:00PM

Session 2: June 15 -19

Concert: Sat 6/20 5:00PM

Session 3: June 22 - 26

Concert: Sat 6/27 5:00PM

Session 4: July 20 - 24

Concert: Sat 7/25 5:00PM

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- Musicians are placed together by age and skill level. - 6 musicians maximum per band!

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TEEN WRITING CLUB

GLOBALSOUND STUDIO Music Academy

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STEAM SCENE AGE: 9-18

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55+ MAKE-AND-TAKE

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www.GlobalSoundStudio.com PSOAS WORKSHOP AGE: 16+ See page 24 Register now at B-REx.com

STUDENT ART SHOW MAR 13 & 14

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Events

WINTER MOONLIGHT WALK JAN 31

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ONE BOOK JUNIOR:

EASTER EVENTS APR 11

KATE DICAMILLO MAR 15 See page 9 Broomfield.org/StudentArtShow

See page 36 Broomfield.org/JuniorOneBook

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

LOCATION ABBREVIATIONS: (for full information, such as amenities and addresses, see page 67)

INTRODUCTION.......................................... 4 Program Index....................................... 5 Senior Program Index............................... 7 How to use this guide............................... 8 CITY EVENTS............................................. 9 Spring City Events................................... 9 B-HEALTHY............................................... 11 Aquatics............................................... 11 Athletics.............................................. 17 Gymnastics........................................... 19 Fitness................................................ 22 Walking................................................ 22 Wellness.............................................. 30 SilverSneakers®...................................... 11 Lakeshore Lunch..................................... 30 CREATIVE BROOMFIELD................................ 32 Music.................................................. 32 Dance.................................................. 34 Art..................................................... 34 Literary............................................... 36 Theater............................................... 22 Film.................................................... 36 Make................................................... 36 EDUCATION AND LECTURES........................... 38 S.T.E.M................................................ 38 Early Childhood...................................... 22 Safety................................................. 22 History................................................ 22 Culture................................................ 22 Hobbies............................................... 22 Trips and Tours....................................... 22 Small Business....................................... 22 Job Search............................................ 22 G.R.E.E.N................................................. 56 Nature................................................. 56 Gardening............................................. 58 LICENSED YOUTH PROGRAMS......................... 60 Preschool............................................. 60 Camp Explorer....................................... 61 After-School program............................... 22 THERAPEUTIC RECREATION........................... 62 Special Olympics.................................... 62 TR Activities.......................................... 63 GENERAL INFO........................................... 64 Services............................................... 64 INFORMATION............................................ 64 Policies................................................ 64 B-REx Registration................................... 65 Facility Amenities................................... 66 Facility Info.......................................... 67

COVER PHOTO: Christine Knapp: High Five, 2019. Bronze (North Metro Fire District Garden) "We live in the foothills and share our property with Black Bears. I love to show their whimsical, almost human antics. My intent was to provoke a smile and the desire to interact with a complimentary "High Five," which seems to happen often with this bronze!" Thumb through this Program Guide to see ten other pieces of public art highlighted. Visit Broomfield.org/PublicArt for more Public art in Broomfield. Visit BroomfieldVoice.com to help Elevate the arts in Broomfield!

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Aspen Creek Audi BCC Commons Crescent Depot BHMS BHS BIP Library PD CP Ballfields

Aspen Creek School Broomfield Auditorium Broomfield Community Center Broomfield County Commons Park Broomfield Crescent Grange Broomfield Depot Museum Broomfield Heights Middle School Broomfield High School Broomfield Industrial Park Broomfield Library Broomfield Police Department Community Park Community Park Ballfields

PROGRAM INDEX 14'ers: Train, Prep, DO!...............................23 55+ Make-and-Take....................................38 AARP Smart Driver Course............................44 AARP Tax Assistance...................................50 Active Adult Golf League.............................20 Active Adult Softball..................................20 Active Adult Volleyball................................20 Active Adult Yoga Workshops.........................24 Adams Mystery Playhouse (2)........................50 Address Your Abs.......................................27 Adobe® for Adults.....................................41 Adult Drop-In Gymnastics............................22 Adult Men's 40+ Basketball...........................19 Adult Play Dates.......................................48 Adult Volleyball........................................19 Adult Women's 3v3 Basketball.......................19 Adult/Teen Swim Lessons.............................14 Advanced Care.........................................44 Advanced Preschool Swim Lessons..................12 Afternoon Tea..........................................53 Air Force Academy Tour (5)..........................52 Alligator Swim Lessons................................13 Alzheimer's..............................................46 American Museum of Western Art (4)...............50 Aqua Conditioning Swim..............................15 ARC Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED..........44 ARF: Afternoon Reading Fun.........................36 Art Casting of Colorado Tour (5).....................51 Art Stop on the Go.....................................36 Arthritis Therapy.......................................17 Azteca Dance...........................................34 Baby & Me...............................................17 Backyard Composting & Vermicomposting.........57 Barracudas Swim Team...............................14 Barre Fusion............................................27 Bee Houses..............................................58 Beginning Line Dancing...............................35 Beginning Preschool Swim Lessons..................12 Bestsellers Past & Present Book Group.............38 Birds of Prey LIVE......................................56 Blue Whale Swim Lessons............................13 Body Sculpting..........................................28 Book Tree Bakery: Making Macarons................36 BOSF Pancake Breakfast..............................56

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E. Boulder C.C. East Boulder Community Center GDC George Di Ciero City and County Building Greenway Greenway Park HHS Health and Human Services Jeff. Acad Jefferson Academy Lac Amora Lac Amora Park PDRC Paul Derda Recreation Center Quail Creek Quail Creek Park Skyestone The Lodge at Skyestone Tom Frost Tom Frost Reservoir Westlake Westlake Middle School

Boulder Dinner Theater: Ragtime (1)...............51 Boys Beginning Gymnastics...........................21 Brad Goode.............................................33 Breakfast Club..........................................53 Breckenridge Snow Sculptures (5)..................50 Bridge Drop-In..........................................49 Broomfield K-9 Police Dogs...........................37 Bunko Drop-In..........................................49 Call of the Wild: Illustrated Edition.................33 Canasta Drop-In........................................49 Cancer Exercise Training..............................23 Cancer Support.........................................31 Cancer Survivors Fitness for Life....................22 Candlelight Dinner Playhouse: Curtains (1)........52 CARA Youth Swim Team...............................14 Caregiver Respite Program...........................62 Celestial Seasonings Tea Tour (4)....................51 Classics of the Silent Era.............................33 Colorado Rockies Games..............................53 Computer Explorers...................................40 Conversations on Aging...............................46 Coors Field Tour (4)....................................51 Cop Talk Conversation & Cookies....................44 Core & More............................................23 CPR & First Aid Recertification......................44 Crab Swim Lessons.....................................13 Crafternoons............................................46 Cuddletime Concert...................................34 Daily Lakeshore Lunch................................31 Dementia Caregiver Support.........................30 Denver Aquarium (3)..................................51 Denver Art Museum: Norman Rockwell (4).........52 Denver Mob Tour (2)...................................51 Depot Museum Murder Mystery......................45 Design a Xeriscape Yard...............................57 Día........................................................46 Diabetic Support.......................................30 Doggie Dance with Sienna & Joey...................38 Dolphin/Eel Swim Lessons............................14 Early Learning..........................................59 Earth Day: Kids Workshop............................57 Eggstravaganza!........................................9 English Conversation Group..........................46 Escape the Museum: Wizards........................45

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Fall Prevention: A Matter of Balance...............44 Family Story Time.....................................43 Fine Dining..............................................53 Fingerprint for Concealed Handgun Permit........62 Fingerprinting for Employment / Volunteer.......62 Flippity Fun Swim......................................14 Fluid Motion............................................17 Foam Roller Workshop................................24 Friday Film..............................................38 FTS/HIIT.................................................23 Gallery on the Go......................................35 Georgetown Loop Railroad (3).......................53 Girls Advanced Beginning Gymnastics..............22 Girls Beginning Gymnastics...........................21 Girls Little Flyers Gymnastics........................21 Girls Pre Team Gymnastics...........................22 Great Escape Mustang Sanctuary (5)...............52 Grief Support...........................................30 Guppies Swim Lessons................................11 H2O Cardio Kick It.....................................17 Handyman Program....................................62 Haystack Mountain Creamery Tour (4)..............51 Healthy Hearts Lunch.................................32 Healthy Hearts Walking Program....................29 Hearing Clinic..........................................30 High School 3v3 Basketball...........................18 High School Optionals.................................22 Hike......................................................54 Historeads Book Group................................38 Historic Family Fun Day...............................45 History Talks............................................46 Homeschool STEAM....................................42 Honey House Grand Re-Opening.....................45 Household Hazardous Waste Collection............57 Hydrodynamics.........................................17 Intermediate Line Dancing...........................35 International Night: Mexico..........................47 Intro to Code Club.....................................42 Intro to Pilates Matwork Workshop.................24 Intro to Yoga Workshop...............................24 inventHQ Code Club...................................42 Jam Session Drop-In...................................49 Jazzercise®.............................................28 Jr. Steam Labs..........................................41

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JumpBunch®...........................................27 Junior Book Club.......................................36 Just for Girls!...........................................25 Kickin' in the Kitchen..................................39 Kidnastics Gymnastics.................................20 Kids Can Swim Lessons................................14 Kids' Fishing Derby.....................................56 Kindermusik.............................................34 Lady's Links & Lagers Golf League..................20 Lakeshore Lunches....................................31 LEGO Play at the Library.............................40 Les Mills BodyPump®..................................27 Les Mills BodyStep®...................................27 LesMills Tone®..........................................27 Let's Talk Trees.........................................57 Library LEGO Club.....................................41 Library Tech.............................................41 Lifeguard Training.....................................15 Little Bumpers..........................................18 Little Dribblers.........................................17 Little Sluggers..........................................18 Loan Closet.............................................62 Long's Iris Garden Walking Tour (4).................53 Low Vision Peer & Tech Support.....................31 Mah Jongg Drop-In.....................................49 Make It Mondays.......................................39 Mardi Gras Casino (Blackhawk) (3)..................55 Massage Therapy.......................................29 Masters Swim Team....................................15 Meals on Wheels.......................................32 Medical Foot Care with Dr. Taylor...................30 Medicare 101...........................................45 Memory Café...........................................46 Mexican Train Tile Drop-In............................49 Mind/Body Training....................................24 Molly Brown House Tour (5)..........................52 Mother's Day Henna....................................36 Move it, Improve It for Parkinson’s Disease.......24 Multiple Sclerosis Support............................31 Music & Movement.....................................43 My First Story Time....................................42 National Ballpark Museum (4).......................50 Native Landscaping & Weed Management.........57 Needlework Drop-In...................................49 Newcomer's Coffee....................................50 NMFD: Chair Exercise.................................46 No-Bake Dog Treats....................................48 Non-Contact Boxing...................................28 North Metro Blood Pressure Check..................31 Novel Conversations Book Group....................38 OLOC.....................................................31 On My Own Preschool Story Time...................43 One Book Colorado....................................43 One Book One Broomfield Junior....................36 One Short Animated Night............................33 Our Pal Shep............................................36 Outcasts Knitting Group..............................49 Palooza..................................................59 Paper Shredding Event................................57 Parent Tot Swim Lessons..............................10 Parent-Tot Drop-In Gymnastics......................20 Parents' Night Out.....................................59 Parkinson's Carepartners Support...................31 Parkinson's Support....................................31

INDEX OF PROGRAMS FOR Patio Gardening........................................58 Paws in the Park.......................................9 Pepsi Center Tour (4)..................................50 Personal Fitness Trainer...............................23 Pet Aware...............................................48 Photo Club Drop-In....................................49 Pilates Matwork........................................28 Pinochle Drop-In.......................................49 Pizza & Prose...........................................37 Plan BEE Series.........................................58 Play-Well TEKnologies.................................40 Pole Walking............................................24 Prenatal.................................................17 Preschool Nature Walks...............................56 Prescription Drug Waste Program...................58 Private Swim Lesson...................................16 Psoas Workshop........................................24 Puddle Jumper Swim Lessons........................11 Puppy Pals..............................................37 Rainwater Harvesting.................................57 Red Rocks Tour (5).....................................51 Repair Café.............................................42 River Running...........................................17 Rose Gardening.........................................58 Rose Pruning Workshop...............................57 Salem Witches..........................................34 School's Out!............................................59 Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Group.............38 Screening of Because of Winn-Dixie................38 Second Monday Readers Book Group...............38 Seed Starting for Veggies & Flowers................57 Sewing Rebellion.......................................49 Shinkendo at PDRC....................................24 Side-by-Side Preschool Story Time..................43 SilverSneakers®........................................27 SilverSneakers® Fitness Assessment................29 SilverSneakers® Fitness Orientation................30 SilverSneakers® New Member Meeting.............29 Spinning®...............................................28 Spring Adult Softball..................................20 Spring Break Camp Explorer.........................59 Spring Bridge Tournament............................47 Spring Fitness Challenge..............................25 Spring Lacrosse.........................................8 Spring Open Space Speaker Series..................56 Spring Pickleball Adult................................20 Spring Youth Volleyball................................18 State Capitol Tour (4).................................51 STEAM Scene............................................41 STEM with the WOW! Children's Museum..........40 Story Time at Paul Derda Rec Center...............43 Stroll.....................................................54 Stroller (Mommy & Me)...............................27 Student Art Show......................................9 Summer Library Adventures Kickoff................37 Sunday Brunch..........................................54 Supper Club.............................................55 Sustainability Sundays................................39 TABATA...................................................27 Tadpoles Swim Lesson.................................12 Taekwondo..............................................29 Tai Chi...................................................28 Taps 'N Toes.............................................35 Tea Time Celebration.................................45

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Team Drop-In Gymnastics............................22 Team Gymnastics......................................22 Tech Café...............................................42 Teen Art Club...........................................36 Teen Gaming Club.....................................47 Teen Movie Night.......................................38 Teen Writing Club......................................37 The Broomfield Bird Club.............................56 The First Suffragette..................................33 The Gift of Giving......................................38 The King of Rock Flamenco..........................33 The Money Museum (4)...............................50 The Morning Make Family Edition...................48 The Wild Animal Sanctuary (4)......................52 The Write Hour.........................................36 Tiny Tumblers Gymnastics............................21 TOOLtorials.............................................42 TR 9-1-1 What you need to know...................61 TR Adaptive Gymnastics..............................60 TR Adaptive Youth Sports Sampler..................61 TR Pickleball............................................61 TR Playful Creations...................................61 TR Special Olympics: Basketball....................60 TR Special Olympics: Gymnastics...................60 TR Special Olympics: Soccer.........................61 TR Special Olympics: Track & Field.................61 TR Swim Lessons.......................................61 TR Weight Training.....................................61 TR Young Athletes: Soccer............................61 Train Like a Pro.........................................28 Transportation Services Easy Ride...................62 Tree Pruning Workshop................................57 TRX Small Group.......................................25 TRX Yoga................................................24 Tumble & Splash Gymnastics/Aquatics.............21 Twos & Threes Together Story Time................42 Ultimate Fitness.......................................28 Union Station Tour (4).................................51 Veteran's Benefits......................................46 Vintage Valentines.....................................45 Volunteering with Senior Services...................62 Waste Oil Recycling....................................5 Weight Room Orientation at PDRC..................25 Weight Training for Active Adults....................25 Weight Training for Women Workshop..............25 Why Don't I Know How To Do That?.................47 Wills, Powers of Attorney & Living Wills...........45 Winter Moonlight Walk................................56 Women in Music: Female Composers...............34 Woodcarvers Drop in..................................49 Woodshop Room........................................49 Writing Group..........................................37 Year of the Woman: CO's Suffrage Movement.....45 Yoga......................................................28 Young Rembrandts.....................................35 Youth Baseball..........................................18 Youth Baseball: Boys T-ball...........................18 Youth Basketball: 3rd-8th Grade....................18 Youth Cardio Games...................................28 Youth Softball: 7-15...................................19 Youth Softball: Girls T-ball...........................19 Youth Sports Performance............................25 Youth Weight Room Certification....................25 Z Casino (Blackhawk) (3).............................55

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55+ Make-and-Take................. 38 AARP Smart Driver Course......... 44 AARP Tax Assistance................ 50 Active Adult Golf League.......... 20 Active Adult Softball............... 20 Active Adult Volleyball............. 20 Active Adult Yoga Workshops...... 24 Adams Mystery Playhouse (2)..... 50 Adult/Teen Swim Lessons.......... 14 Afternoon Tea....................... 53 Air Force Academy Tour (5)........ 52 Alzheimer's........................... 46 Am Museum of Western Art (4)... 50 Aqua Conditioning Swim........... 15 Art Casting of Colorado Tour (5).. 51 Arthritis Therapy.................... 17 Composting & Vermicomposting.. 57 Bestsellers Book Group.............. 38 BOSF Pancake Breakfast........... 56 Boulder Dinner Theater: (1)....... 51 Breakfast Club....................... 53 Breckenridge Snow Sculptures.... 50 Bridge Drop-In....................... 49 Bunko Drop-In....................... 49 Canasta Drop-In..................... 49 Cancer Exercise Training........... 23 Cancer Support...................... 31 Cancer Survivors Fitness for Life. 22 Candlelight Dinner Playhouse:.... 52 Caregiver Respite Program........ 62 Celestial Seasonings Tea Tour (4).51 Classics of the Silent Era........... 33 Colorado Rockies Games........... 53 Conversations on Aging............. 46 Coors Field Tour (4)................. 51 Cop Talk Conversation & Cookies.44 Daily Lakeshore Lunch............. 31 Dementia Caregiver Support...... 30 Denver Aquarium (3)............... 51 Denver Art Museum: Rockwell (4).52 Denver Mob Tour (2)................ 51 Design a Xeriscape Yard............ 57 Diabetic Support.................... 30 Fall Prevention: Matter of Balance... 44 Fine Dining........................... 53 Fluid Motion......................... 17 Friday Film........................... 38

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Georgetown Loop Railroad (3).... 53 Great Escape Mustang Sanctuary (5).52 Grief Support........................ 30 Handyman Program................. 62 Haystack Mountain Creamery (4).51 Healthy Hearts Lunch.............. 32 Healthy Hearts Walking Program. 29 Hearing Clinic....................... 30 Hike................................... 54 Historeads Book Group............. 38 History Talks......................... 46 Household Hazardous Waste...... 57 Intro to Yoga Workshop............. 24 Jam Session Drop-In................ 49 Kickin' in the Kitchen............... 39 Lakeshore Lunches.................. 31 Let's Talk Trees...................... 57 Loan Closet.......................... 62 Long's Iris Garden Walking Tour (4)... 53 Low Vision Peer & Tech Support.. 31 Mah Jongg Drop-In.................. 49 Mardi Gras Casino (Blackhawk)... 55 Massage Therapy.................... 29 Masters Swim Team................. 15 Meals on Wheels.................... 32 Medical Foot Care with Dr. Taylor...30 Medicare 101........................ 45 Memory Café......................... 46 Mexican Train Tile Drop-In......... 49 Mind/Body Training................. 24 Molly Brown House Tour (5)....... 52 Move it, Improve It for Parkinson’s.. 24 Multiple Sclerosis Support......... 31 National Ballpark Museum (4)..... 50 Native Landscape & Weed Mgmt... 57 Needlework Drop-In................ 49 Newcomer's Coffee................. 50 NMFD: Chair Exercise............... 46 North Metro Blood Pressure Chk.. 31 Novel Conversations Book Group. 38 OLOC.................................. 31 Outcasts Knitting Group........... 49 Paper Shredding Event............. 57 Parkinson's Carepartners Support.31 Parkinson's Support................. 31 Patio Gardening..................... 58 Pepsi Center Tour (4)............... 50

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Personal Fitness Trainer............ 23 Photo Club Drop-In.................. 49 Pilates Matwork..................... 28 Pinochle Drop-In.................... 49 Prescription Drug Waste Program.58 Private Swim Lesson................ 16 Rainwater Harvesting.............. 57 Red Rocks Tour (5).................. 51 Repair Café.......................... 42 River Running........................ 17 Rose Gardening...................... 58 Rose Pruning Workshop............. 57 ScienceFiction&Fantasy Book Grp.... 38 Second Monday Readers Book Grp.. 38 Seed Starting: Veggies & Flowers.57 Shinkendo at PDRC.................. 24 SilverSneakers®..................... 27 SilverSneakers® Fit. Assessment. 29 SilverSneakers® Fit. Orientation. 30 SilverSneakers® New Member Mtg.. 29 Spring Fitness Challenge........... 25 Spring Open Space Speaker Series.. 56 Spring Pickleball Adult............. 20 State Capitol Tour (4).............. 51 Stroll.................................. 54 Sunday Brunch....................... 54 Supper Club.......................... 55 Tech Café............................. 42 The Broomfield Bird Club.......... 56 The First Suffragette............... 33 The Gift of Giving................... 38 The Money Museum (4)............. 50 The Wild Animal Sanctuary (4).... 52 Transportation Svs Easy Ride...... 62 Tree Pruning Workshop............. 57 Union Station Tour (4).............. 51 Veteran's Benefits................... 46 Volunteering w/Senior Services... 62 Waste Oil Recycling................. 5 Weight Room Orientation: PDRC.. 25 Weight Training for Active Adults.25 Wills, Powers of Attorney.......... 45 Women in Music: Composers...... 34 Woodcarvers Drop in............... 49 Woodshop Room..................... 49 Yoga................................... 28 Z Casino (Blackhawk) (3).......... 55

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WELCOME

Welcome TO THE

PROGRAM GUIDE

CONTACT US

HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE:

CITY AND COUNTY OF BROOMFIELD One DesCombes Drive Broomfield, CO 80020 303.469.3301 Broomfield.org info@broomfield.org

Each activity will include the title, a brief description and details including age(s), day(s), date(s), location(s), times, fees, and activity numbers. Some activities are one-day classes and some are for classes that meet multiple times.

CULTURAL AFFAIRS - AUDITORIUM 3 Community Park Road Broomfield, CO 80020 720.887.2371 AtTheAudi.com audi@broomfield.org

PUBLIC WORKS (G.R.E.E.N.) One DesCombes Drive Broomfield, CO 80020 303.438.6366 Broomfield.org/PublicWorks publicworks@broomfield.org RECREATION, WELLNESS AND SENIOR SERVICES 13201 Lowell Blvd. Broomfield, CO 80020 303.460.6900 BroomfieldRecreation.com recreation@broomfield.org 280 Spader Way Broomfield, CO 80020 303.464.5526 Broomfield.org/Seniors seniorweb@broomfield.org 8

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CITY EVENTS

To register for any class in this Program Guide, visit B-REx.com. More information on how to use our online registration program can be found on page 65. The most up-to date and complete information can be found on B-REx.com.

ACTIVITY TITLE

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INVENTHQ 6 Garden Center Broomfield, CO 80020 303.460.6836 Broomfield.org/inventHQ inventhq@broomfield.org OPEN SPACE One DesCombes Drive Broomfield, CO 80020 303.438.6335 BroomfieldOpenSpace.com openspace@broomfield.org

Paws in the Park (see below)

ICONS

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DESCRIPTIONS

Brief summary of the class. Full descriptions are found on B-REx.com

ACTIVITY CLASS LIST Age: 8+ MW TuTh

Jan 8-31 PDRC Jan 9-Feb 1 BIP

5-6 pm 5-6 pm

$45/$53 $45/$53

140112-A 140112-F

Age Day(s) Date(s) Location (see page 5 for abbreviation key) Time Fees: Res/Non-Res (visit B-REx.com for full fee info) Code

ICON KEY: New Program

No registration necessary

Free Program

Discount available for pass holders

Large city-wide events for the whole family

CITY EVENTS

BROOMFIELD LIBRARY 3 Community Park Rd Broomfield CO 80020 720.887.2300 BroomfieldLibrary.com library@broomfield.org

Let’s walk through a listing together to help you navigate.

STUDENT ART SHOW

Each year, Broomfield Recreation Services and the Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities sponsor a student art show at the Broomfield Community Center. This art show is open to students in kindergarten through high school who attend Broomfield-area schools. The art show is designed to give students an opportunity to display their work and allow the community a chance to view quality artwork created by young artists in Broomfield. Students interested in participating in this show should speak with their school's art teacher. There will be an artist reception on Friday, March 13 from 6-8 p.m. and the art show will be open on Saturday, March 14 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Age: ALL Sat Mar 14 BCC 9 am-3 pm FREE

EGGSTRAVAGANZA!

Easter fun for the entire family! Take pictures with the Easter Bunny and participate in the 25th Annual Egg Scramble. Egg hunting is for children 8 years old and younger and will be divided by age group. No registration required. Age: 0-8 Sat Apr 11 CP 11:30 am-1 pm FREE

PAWS IN THE PARK

It’s an Easter Egg Hunt for the dogs. Join us for the Easter Bonnet parade and pictures with the Easter Bunny. All friendly, leashed dogs welcome. No pre-registration. $5 entry fee at event benefits Broomfield High School Future Business Leaders of America. Age: ALL Sat Apr 11 Commons 3-4 pm $5 at gate 148020-A

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B H E A LT H Y B R O O M F I E L D LEARN-TO-SWIM PROGRAM

The American Red Cross Learn-To-Swim program provides a safe, fun environment for your child to learn the fundamentals of swimming as well as learn self confidence, personal development, water safety; a lifetime skill that can enhance your child’s life. HOW MANY CLASSES SHOULD I SIGN UP FOR? Due to the high demand for swim lessons, we cannot guarantee space will be available for your child to move up or down after your initial registration. We encourage you to discuss your child’s progress with instructors and utilize the wait list process whenever possible. We will increase classes due to demand and availability. CONFUSED ABOUT WHAT LEVEL TO TAKE? Use this lesson guide to help you decide! Email aquatics@broomfield.org with questions. Age

Class Name

Instructor to Student ratio

If your child is a beginner with little to no experience in the water... 6 months–3 years Parent–Tot 2–3 years Puddle Jumpers 3–4 years Guppies 4–6 years Beginning Preschool 6–10 years Alligator (Level I)

1:8 1:3 1:4 1:5 1:6

If your child has some experience in the water… 3–4 years Tadpoles 4–6 years Advanced Preschool 6–10 years Blue Whale (Level II) or Crab (Level III)

1:4 ratio 1:5 ratio 1:8 ratio

If your child is more advanced in the water… 4–6 years Advanced Preschool 6–10 years Dolphin/Electric Eel (Level IV/V) 9–14 years Junior Lifeguarding 6–17 years CARA Swim Team

ratio ratio ratio ratio ratio

1:6 ratio 1:8 ratio 1:8 ratio

SWIM LESSON TESTING Don’t know which level to sign your child up for? A swim instructor can test your child to determine his/her skill level. Lesson testing can be performed during open swim or limited open swim times at either facility; stop in and ask for a pool manager.

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AQUATIC HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICIES

Kids ages 3 and younger MUST wear a swim diaper (swim diapers may be purchased at the front desk.) Children 6 years and younger and non-swimmers must be accompanied in the pool by a paying adult, and stay within arm’s reach, at all times. Parents are directly responsible for their children at all times.

PARENT TOT SWIM LESSONS

Parent participation required in the water. Only one child per adult; however, both parents may attend class with one or two children. This class is designed to familiarize the child and parent with water adjustment skills. Water safety is stressed throughout the class. Age: 6mo-2 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $36/$46 140101-A1 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $36/$46 140101-A2 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $36/$46 140101-A3 MW Apr 13-May 13 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $45/$56 140101-A4 TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $36/$46 140101-B1 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $36/$46 140101-B2 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $36/$46 140101-B3 TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 6-6:25 pm $45/$56 140101-B4 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $21/$27 140101-C1 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $21/$27 140101-C2 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 10-10:25 am $21/$27 140101-C3 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 9-9:25 am $25/$32 140101-C4 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 10-10:25 am $25/$32 140101-C5 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 9-9:25 am $25/$32 140101-C6 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 10-10:25 am $25/$32 140101-C7 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 4-4:25 pm $21/$27 140101-D1 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $21/$27 140101-D2 Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $21/$27 140101-D3 Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC 5:30-5:55 pm $21/$27 140101-D4 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 4-4:25 pm $21/$27 140101-D5 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $21/$27 140101-D6 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 4-4:25 pm $25/$32 140101-D7 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $25/$32 140101-D8 * No Class March 23-27

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FLIGHT

Frank Swanson 2015 stone

(County Commons Park Open Space: 13200 Sheridan Blvd)

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GUPPIES SWIM LESSONS

Prerequisites: None. Recommended for children with little to no experience in the water. Skills learned: Games and activities to facilitate class objectives, comfort in the water, bubble blowing, breath control, introduction to front and back floats, arm-strokes and backstroke with assistance. Successful completion of all skills: Pass to Tadpoles or Beginning Preschool Age: 3-4 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $45/$56 140103-A1 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $45/$56 140103-A2 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $45/$56 140103-A3 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $45/$56 140103-A4 MW Apr 13-May 13 PDRC 9-9:25 am $70/$56 140103-A5 MW Apr 13-May 13 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $55/$70 140103-A6 TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 9-9:25 am $45/$56 140103-B1 TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 6-6:25 pm $45/$56 140103-B2 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 8:30-8:55 am $45/$56 140103-B3 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 6-6:25 pm $45/$56 140103-B4 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $45/$56 140103-B5 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 8:30-8:55 am $45/$56 140103-B6 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 6-6:25 pm $45/$56 140103-B7 TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 8:30-8:55 am $55/$70 140103-B8 TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $55/$70 140103-B9 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 9-9:25 am $25/$32 140103-C1 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 10-10:25 am $25/$32 140103-C2 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 9-9:25 am $25/$32 140103-C3 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 10-10:25 am $25/$32 140103-C4 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $25/$32 140103-C5 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 10-10:25 am $30/$38 140103-C6 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $30/$38 140103-C7 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 10-10:25 am $30/$38 140103-C8 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $30/$38 140103-C9 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 3:30-3:55 pm $25/$32 140103-D1 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $25/$32 140103-D2 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 5:30-5:55 pm $25/$32 140103-D3 Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC 4-4:25 pm $25/$32 140103-D4 Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $25/$32 140103-D5 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 4-4:25 pm $25/$32 140103-D6 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 3:30-3:55 pm $25/$32 140103-D7 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 5:30-5:55 pm $25/$32 140103-D8 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 4-4:25 pm $30/$38 140103-D9 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $30/$38 140103-D91 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 5:30-5:55 pm $30/$38 140103-D92 * No Class March 23-27

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Designed with small ratios; A maximum of 3 children per class. Prerequisites: None. Recommended for children with little to no experience in the water. Successful completion of all skills: Pass to Guppies. Skills learned: Enter and exit the water independently, comfort in the water, bubble blowing, basic breath control, safety skills, introduction to front and back floats, arm-strokes, and backstroke with assistance. Class includes games and activities to facilitate class objectives. Parents do not get in the water for this class, but may sit close by for encouragement and support if needed. Age: 2-3 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 9-9:25 am $45/$56 140102-A1 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $45/$56 140102-A2 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 9-9:25 am $45/$56 140102-A3 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $45/$56 140102-A4 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 9-9:25 am $45/$56 140102-A5 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $45/$56 140102-A6 MW Apr 13-May 13 PDRC 10-10:25 am $55/$70 140102-A7 MW Apr 13-May 13 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $55/$70 140102-A8 TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 8:30-8:55 am $45/$56 140102-B1 TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 6-6:25 pm $45/$56 140102-B2 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $45/$56 140102-B3 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $45/$56 140102-B4 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 6-6:25 pm $45/$56 140102-B5 TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $55/$70 140102-B7 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $25/$32 140102-C1 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 10-10:25 am $25/$32 140102-C2 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 9-9:25 am $25/$32 140102-C3 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $25/$32 140102-C4 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $25/$32 140102-C5 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 9-9:25 am $30/$38 140102-C6 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $30/$38 140102-C7 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 10-10:25 am $30/$38 140102-C8 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 9-9:25 am $30/$38 140102-C9 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $30/$38 140102-C91 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 3:30-3:55 pm $25/$32 140102-D1 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 4-4:25 pm $25/$32 140102-D2 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $25/$32 140102-D3 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 5:30-5:55 pm $25/$32 140102-D4 Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC 3:30-3:55 pm $25/$32 140102-D5 Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC 5:30-5:55 pm $25/$32 140102-D6 Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $25/$32 140102-D7 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 3:30-3:55 pm $25/$32 140102-D8 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 5:30-5:55 pm $25/$32 140102-D9 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 3:30-3:55 pm $30/$38 140102-D91 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $30/$38 140102-D92 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 5:30-5:55 pm $30/$38 140102-D93 * No Class March 23-27

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BEGINNING PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS

Prerequisites: None. Skills learned: Front and back float without help, beginning arm-strokes and backstroke, chicken-airplane-rocket ship, jumping in water independently, safety skills, glides with assistance, breathing with arms. Successful completion of all skills: Pass to Advanced Preschool Age: 4-6 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $36/$46 140105-A1 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $36/$46 140105-A2 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $36/$46 140105-A3 MW Apr 13-May 13 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $45/$56 140105-A4 TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $36/$46 140105-B1 TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $36/$46 140105-B2 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $36/$46 140105-B3 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $36/$46 140105-B4 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 9-9:25 am $36/$46 140105-B5 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 6-6:25 pm $36/$46 140105-B6 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $36/$46 140105-B7

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TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC * No Class March 23-27

9-9:55 am $45/$56 140105-B8 6-6:25 pm $45/$56 140105-B9 6:30-6:55 pm $36/$45 140105-B91 9-9:25 am $21/$27 140105-C1 9:30-9:55 am $21/$27 140105-C2 10:30-10:55 am $21/$27 140105-C3 9-9:25 am $21/$27 140105-C4 9:30-9:55 am $21/$27 140105-C5 10:30-10:55 am $21/$27 140105-C6 9:30-9:55 am $25/$32 140105-C7 10:30-10:55 am $25/$32 140105-C8 9:30-9:55 am $25/$32 140105-C9 10:30-10:55 am $25/$32 140105-C91 4-4:25 pm $21/$27 140105-D1 5-5:25 pm $25/$32 140105-D11 5-5:25 pm $21/$27 140105-D2 3:30-3:55 pm $21/$27 140105-D3 4-4:25 pm $21/$27 140105-D4 5-5:25 pm $21/$27 140105-D5 3:30-3:55 pm $21/$27 140105-D6 4:30-4:55 pm $21/$27 140105-D7 5-5:25 pm $21/$27 140105-D8 3:30-3:55 pm $25/$32 140105-D9 4:30-4:55 pm $25/$32 140105-D91 5-5:25 pm $25/$32 140105-D92

ADVANCED PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS

Prerequisites: Pass Beginning Preschool or perform the following skills: front and back float without help, armstrokes with basic breathing five feet, backstroke five feet, jumping in shallow water without help, comfort in water over their head. Skills learned: Rhythmic breathing, coordination of front and back stroke skills, chicken-airplane-rocket ship without help, introduction to elementary backstroke and kick,front and back glides independently, endurance and confidence. Successful completion of all skills: Pass to Level Blue Whale or Level Crab Age: 4-6 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $36/$46 140106-A1 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $36/$46 140106-A2 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $36/$46 140106-A3 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 10-10:25 am $36/$46 140106-A4 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $36/$46 140106-A5 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $36/$46 140106-A6 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $36/$46 140106-A7 MW Apr 13-May 13 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $45/$56 140106-A8 MW Apr 13-May 13 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $45/$56 140106-A9 TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 6-6:25 pm $36/$46 140106-B1 TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $36/$46 140106-B2 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $36/$46 140106-B3 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $36/$46 140106-B4 TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $45/$56 140106-B5 TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 6-6:25 pm $45/$56 140106-B6 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 9-9:25 am $21/$27 140106-C1 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 10-10:25 am $21/$27 140106-C2 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $21/$27 140106-C3 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $21/$27 140106-C4 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $21/$27 140106-C5 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 9-9:25 am $25/$32 140106-C6 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $25/$32 140106-C7 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $25/$32 140106-C8 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 9-9:25 am $25/$32 140106-C9 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $25/$32 140106-C91 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $25/$32 140106-C92 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 4-4:25 pm $21/$27 140106-D1

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4:30-4:55 pm 5-5:25 pm 5:30-5:55 pm 3:30-3:55 pm 4:30-4:55 pm 5:30-5:55 pm 3:30-3:55 pm 4-4:25 pm 4:30-4:55 pm 5-5:25 pm 3:30-3:55 pm 4-4:25 pm 4:30-4:55 pm 5-5:25 pm

$21/$27 140106-D2 $21/$27 140106-D3 $21/$27 140106-D4 $21/$27 140106-D5 $21/$27 140106-D6 $21/$27 140106-D7 $21/$27 140106-D8 $21/$27 140106-D9 $21/$27 140106-D91 $21/$27 140106-D92 $25/$32 140106-D93 $25/$32 140106-D94 $25/$32 140106-D95 $25/$32 140106-D96

ALLIGATOR SWIM LESSONS

Prerequisites: None. Recommended for children with little to no experience in the water. Skills learned: Water adjustment, front and back floats, flutter kick, bubble blowing, and beginning front and back strokes. Successful completion of all skills: Pass to Blue Whale. Age: 6-12 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $36/$46 140107-A1 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $36/$46 140107-A2 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $36/$46 140107-A3 MW Apr 13-May 13 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $45/$56 140107-A4 TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $36/$46 140107-B1 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 6-6:25 pm $36/$46 140107-B2 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 6-6:25 pm $36/$46 140107-B3 TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $45/$56 140107-B4 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $21/$27 140107-C1 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $21/$27 140107-C2 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 9-9:25 am $21/$27 140107-C3 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 10-10:25 am $21/$27 140107-C4 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $25/$32 140107-C5 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 9:30-9:55 am $25/$32 140107-C6 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 4-4:25 pm $21/$27 140107-D1 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $21/$27 140107-D2 Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC 3:30-3:55 pm $21/$27 140107-D3 Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC 4-4:25 pm $21/$27 140107-D4 Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $21/$27 140107-D5 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 4-4:25 pm $21/$27 140107-D6 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 5:30-5:55 pm $21/$27 140107-D7 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 4-4:25 pm $25/$32 140107-D8 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 5:30-5:55 pm $25/$32 140107-D9 * No Class March 23-27

BLUE WHALE SWIM LESSONS

Prerequisites: Pass Alligator or Advanced Preschool or perform the following skills: going under water comfortably in water over our head, front and back floats independently, beginning arm-strokes and backstroke with breathing. Skills learned: Front and back glides, coordination of front and back stroke, breathing to the side, jumping into water over your head, elementary backstroke and kick, survival skills. Successful completion of all skills: Pass to Crab Level Age: 6-12 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 4:30-5:15 pm $45/$56 140108-A1 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 5:15-6 pm $45/$56 140108-A2 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 4:30-5:15 pm $45/$56 140108-A3 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 5:15-6 pm $45/$56 140108-A4 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 4:30-5:15 pm $45/$56 140108-A5 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 5:15-6 pm $45/$56 140108-A6 MW Apr 13-May 13 PDRC 4:30-5:15 pm $55/$70 140108-A7

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5:15-6 pm $55/$70 6-6:45 pm $45/$56 6-6:45 pm $45/$56 6-6:45 pm $45/$56 6-6:45 pm $55/$70 9-9:45 am $25/$32 9:45-10:30 am $25/$32 10:30-11:15 am $25/$32 9-9:45 am $25/$32 9:45-10:30 am $25/$32 9-9:45 am $30/$38 9:45-10:30 am $30/$38 9-9:45 am $30/$38 9:45-10:30 am $30/$38 4:15-5 pm $25/$32 5-5:45 pm $25/$32 3:30-4:15 pm $25/$32 4:15-5 pm $25/$32 5-5:45 pm $25/$32 4:15-5 pm $25/$32 5-5:45 pm $25/$32 4:15-5 pm $30/$38 5-5:45 pm $30/$38

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CRAB SWIM LESSONS

Prerequisites: Pass Blue Whale or Advanced Preschool or perform the following skills: front and back float without help, semi coordinated front and back crawl 15 yards with rhythmic breathing, elementary backstroke with any kick, comfortable in deep water. Skills learned: Side-to-side breathing, front crawl stroke with breathing, backstroke, treading water, coordination of elementary backstroke with correct kick, and jumping in deep water. Successful completion of all skills: Pass to Dolphin Level Age: 6-12 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 3:45-4:30 pm $45/$56 140109-A1 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 4:30-5:15 pm $45/$56 140109-A2 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 3:45-4:30 pm $45/$56 140109-A3 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 4:30-5:15 pm $45/$56 140109-A4 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 3:45-4:30 pm $45/$56 140109-A5 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 4:30-5:15 pm $45/$56 140109-A6 MW Apr 13-May 13 PDRC 3:45-4:30 pm $55/$70 140109-A7 MW Apr 13-May 13 PDRC 4:30-5:15 pm $55/$70 140109-A8 TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 5:45-6:30 pm $45/$56 140109-B1 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 5:45-6:30 pm $45/$56 140109-B2 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 5:45-6:30 pm $45/$56 140109-B3 TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 5:45-6:30 pm $55/$70 140109-B4 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 9-9:45 am $25/$32 140109-C1 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $25/$32 140109-C2 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 9:45-10:30 am $25/$32 140109-C3 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $25/$32 140109-C4 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 9-9:45 am $30/$38 140109-C5 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $30/$38 140109-C6 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 9-9:45 am $30/$38 140109-C7 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $30/$38 140109-C8 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 3:30-4:15 pm $25/$32 140109-D1 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 4:15-5 pm $25/$32 140109-D2 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 5-5:45 pm $25/$32 140109-D3 Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC 4:15-5 pm $25/$32 140109-D4 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 3:30-4:15 pm $25/$32 140109-D5 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 4:15-5 pm $25/$32 140109-D6 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 3:30-4:15 pm $30/$38 140109-D7 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 4:15-5 pm $30/$38 140109-D8 * No Class March 23-27

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Prerequisites: Pass Puddle Jumpers or Guppies class or perform the following skills: blow bubbles, go under water, front and back float with help, jump in with help, and be comfortable in the water. Skills learned: Front and back float without help, beginning arm stroke and backstroke, chicken-airplane-rocket ship, jumping in the water, safety skills. Successful completion of all skills: Pass to Advanced Preschool Age: 3-4 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 10-10:25 am $45/$56 140104-A1 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $45/$56 140104-A2 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $45/$56 140104-A3 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $45/$56 140104-A4 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $45/$56 140104-A5 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 10-10:25 am $45/$56 140104-A6 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $45/$56 140104-A7 MW Apr 13-May 13 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $55/$70 140104-A8 MW Apr 13-May 13 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $55/$70 140104-A9 TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 6-6:25 pm $45/$56 140104-B1 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 9-9:25 am $45/$56 140104-B2 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 6-6:25 pm $45/$56 140104-B3 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 6:30-6:55 pm $45/$56 140104-B4 TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 6-6:25 pm $55/$70 140104-B5 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 9-9:25 am $25/$32 140104-C1 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 10-10:25 am $25/$32 140104-C2 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 9-9:25 am $25/$32 140104-C3 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 10-10:25 am $25/$32 140104-C4 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 9-9:25 am $30/$38 140104-C5 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 10-10:25 am $30/$38 140104-C6 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $30/$38 140104-C7 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 9-9:25 am $30/$38 140104-C8 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 10-10:25 am $30/$38 140104-C9 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $30/$38 140104-C91 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 3:30-3:55 pm $25/$32 140104-D1 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $25/$32 140104-D2 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 5:30-5:55 pm $25/$32 140104-D3 Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC 4-4:25 pm $25/$32 140104-D4 Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC 5-5:25 pm $25/$32 140104-D5 Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC 5:30-5:55 pm $25/$32 140104-D6 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 3:30-3:55 pm $25/$32 140104-D7 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $25/$32 140104-D8 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 5:30-5:55 pm $25/$32 140104-D9 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 3:30-3:55 pm $30/$38 140104-D91 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $30/$38 140104-D92 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 5:30-5:55 pm $30/$38 140104-D93 * No Class March 23-27

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KIDS CAN SWIM LESSONS

This swim lesson class will focus on teaching and refining freestyle and backstroke, work on making strokes more efficient, learn advanced strokes, improve your endurance, and improve your overall health and physical fitness! Prerequisites: Kids should have basic swimming skills including floats, going underwater and basic arm and back strokes. Age: 9-14 TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 5-5:45 pm $45/$56 140112-A1 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 5-5:45 pm $45/$56 140112-A2 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 5-5:45 pm $45/$56 140112-A3 TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 5-5:45 pm $55/$70 140112-A4 * No Class March 23-27

CARA YOUTH SWIM TEAM

The CARA swim team provides your child with a fun introduction to swim competition. Emphasis is placed on learning and improving competitive swim strokes, building endurance, and creating a fun and structured team atmosphere. Fee includes a team t-shirt and swim cap. Meets are yet to be determined. Parents will be required to volunteer during all home swim meets. Prerequisites: previous CARA experience or completion of Dolphin Level or pass swim test (25 yards freestyle and backstroke) prior to registration. Age: 6-18 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 5:30-6:15 pm $45/$56 140114-A1 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 5:30-6:15 pm $45/$56 140114-A2

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AQUA CONDITIONING SWIM CLASS

This class works with all ability swimming levels to help improve strokes for efficiency as well as building endurance. This is a perfect class for fitness swimmers or for swimmers looking to get into fitness swimming. We recommend that you take the adult/teen swim lessons prior to joining the class if you do not know how to swim yet. Price includes facility admission. Age: 13+ TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 7:45-8:45 pm $45/$56 140120-A1 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 7:45-8:45 pm $45/$56 140120-A2 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 7:45-8:45 pm $45/$56 140120-A3 TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 7:45-8:45 pm $55/$70 140120-A4 * No Class March 23-27

MASTERS SWIM TEAM

BARRACUDAS SWIM TEAM

The Front Range Barracudas non-profit Swim Club is a year-round United States competitive swim team. Professional certified coaches offer instruction to all ages and abilities in a fun, safe environment. There are several different groups/teams based upon the swimmer’s ability level. Prerequisite: 8 & under swimmers should be able to swim freestyle and backstroke one length of the pool. Swimmers 8 & over should have some team experience and/or tryout for placement. Swimmers are placed in groups based on performance and coach’s approval. For additional information, see our website at www.teamcudas.com Age: 5-18 M-F Jan 2-May 29 PDRC/VMAC Times Vary

Due to the construction and renovation project at the Broomfield Community Center, we currently do not have a facility to host our Broomfield Beegees Master Swim Team practices. The team will resume in the Fall of 2020 when the Broomfield Community Center re-opens!

LIFEGUARD TRAINING CLASS: SHALLOW WATER The American Red Cross Shallow Water Lifeguarding class (water less than or equal to 6 feet) is an intensive combination of classroom and online learning. With this certification you will be qualified to lifeguard at all pools less than or equal to 6 feet deep. The City and County of Broomfield will be hiring potential candidates who have earned this level of certification. Successful candidates will receive an American Red Cross certification in Shallow Water Lifeguard Training, CPR/AED, and First Aid and learn the duties and responsibilities of becoming a professional lifeguard. In order to qualify for certification lifeguard candidates must: be 15 years of age by the end of the class; attend all sessions; complete online modules prior to the start of class; pass prerequisite skills before the first day of class. (Please see the website at B-REx.com and click on Aquatics for full listing of required skills). Age: 15+ Fri Mar 20 4-6:30 pm PDRC $150/$180 140121-A SaSu Mar 28,29 8 am-6 pm Fri May 8 4-6:30 pm PDRC $150/$180 140121-B SaSu May 16,17 8 am-6 pm Fri May 22 4-6:30 pm PDRC $150/$180 140121-C SaSu May 30,31 8 am-6 pm

FLIPPITY FUN SWIM CLASS

This swim class will focus on a variety of games and activities to help improve cardiovascular fitness and strength while having fun in the water. Games are designed for youth in a non-competitive environment. Prerequisites: Must be able to swim independently. This class is free to Annual Pass Holders. We do require that you sign up for the class to reserve a spot. Age: 7-14 TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 5-5:45 pm $45/$56 140118-A1 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 5-5:45 pm $45/$56 140118-A2 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 5-5:45 pm $45/$56 140118-A3 TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 5-5:45 pm $55/$70 140118-A4 * No Class March 23-27

ADULT/TEEN SWIM LESSONS

This class is designed to help meet your specific needs. Whether you want to conquer your fear of the water, develop your strokes, or start training for a triathlon, the instructor will work with each participant to help meet your goals and help you feel more capable and confident in the water. Age: 13+ TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 7:45-8:45 pm $45/$56 140119-A1 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 7:45-8:45 pm $45/$56 140119-A2 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 7:45-8:45 pm $45/$56 140119-A3 TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 7:45-8:45 pm $55/$70 140119-A4 * No Class March 23-27

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Prerequisites: Pass Crab swim class or perform the following skills: coordinated front and back stroke 25 yards,treading water for 30 seconds, jump in deep water and swim to side. Skills learned: Continued development of front and backstrokes, elementary backstroke, introduction to breaststroke, sidestroke, butterfly, and open turns. Successful completion of all skills: Pass to Cara Swim Team Age: 6-12 MW Jan 13-Feb 5 PDRC 3:45-4:30 pm $45/$56 140110-A1 MW Feb 10-Mar 4 PDRC 3:45-4:30 pm $45/$56 140110-A2 MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 3:45-4:30 pm $45/$56 140110-A3 MW Apr 13-May 13 PDRC 3:45-4:30 pm $55/$70 140110-A4 TuTh Jan 14-Feb 6 PDRC 6:30-7:15 pm $45/$56 140110-B1 TuTh Feb 11-Mar 5 PDRC 6:30-7:15 pm $45/$56 140110-B2 TuTh Mar 10-Apr 9 PDRC 6:30-7:15 pm $45/$56 140110-B3 TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 6:30-7:15 pm $55/$70 140110-B4 Fri Jan 17-Feb 7 PDRC 5-5:45 pm $25/$32 140110-C1 Fri Feb 14-Mar 6 PDRC 5-5:45pm $25/$32 140110-C2 Fri Mar 13-Apr 10 PDRC 5-5:45pm $25/$32 140110-C3 Fri Apr 17-May 15 PDRC 5-5:45 pm $30/$38 140110-C4 Sat Jan 18-Feb 8 PDRC 9:45-10:30 am $25/$32 140110-D1 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 9-9:45 am $25/$32 140110-D2 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $25/$32 140110-D3 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 9-9:45 am $30/$38 140110-D4 Sat Mar 14-Apr 11 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $30/$38 140110-D5 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 9:45-10:30 am $30/$38 140110-D6 Sat Apr 18-May 16 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $30/$38 140110-D7 Sun Jan 19-Feb 9 PDRC 3:30-4:15 pm $25/$32 140110-E1 Sun Feb 16-Mar 8 PDRC 3:30-4:15 pm $25/$32 140110-E2 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 3:30-4:15 pm $25/$32 140110-E3 Sun Mar 15-Apr 5 PDRC 5-5:45 pm $25/$32 140110-E4 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 3:30-4:15 pm $30/$38 140110-E5 Sun Apr 19-May 17 PDRC 5-5:45 pm $30/$38 140110-E6 * No Class March 23-27

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Anyone ages 16 and older may participate in Water Fitness. Anyone 12–14 years may participate with an adult, 18 years or older. Visit Broomfield.org/ Aquatics for pool and class schedules. All instructors are certified. Swimming skills are not required although you should be comfortable in the water. Water shoes are recommended. All drop-in classes are included with a general admission fee, punch card, annual recreation pass, or SilverSneakers® pass. No registration required.

PRENATAL: DROP-IN WATER FITNESS CLASS This class is designed for prenatal or postnatal women who want a safe and effective way to stay in shape during and after their pregnancy. Also great for participants recovering from surgery or whom enjoy deeper water exercise and therapy. Enjoy a fun, lowimpact workout in the water! Age: 16+ MW Jan 6-May 27 PDRC 7-8 pm TuTh Jan 7-May 28 PDRC 9-10 am Sun Jan 5-May 31 PDRC 9:15-10 am

H2O CARDIO KICK IT: DROP IN WATER FITNESS CLASS This is a challenging class designed to increase your cardiovascular endurance, toning and flexibility. We work on getting your heart rate and attitude up, and have fun at the same time! Just like boot camp on land but in the water! This class will put you through the drills: lots of intervals, high intensity, and core workouts to get you moving! Intensity Level: Medium-Hard Age: 16+ MWF Jan 6-May 29 PDRC 8-9 am

BABY AND ME: DROP-IN WATER FITNESS CLASS This class is designed for parents who want to get in shape and spend some quality time with their babies! Babies are utilized as weights and extra resistance in the water. Designed for all moms, dads, and babies! Babies should be able to hold up their head on their own before participating in class and have okay from doctor. Age: 4-24 mo with adult, 16+ TuThF Jan 7-May 28 PDRC 9-10 am

DROP-IN WATER FITNESS CLASSES

HYDRODYNAMICS: DROP-IN WATER FITNESS CLASS This class is designed to give you a well rounded aerobic and cardiovascular workout as well as focus on strength training. Intensity Level: Medium-Hard Age: 16+ MWF Jan 6-May 29 PDRC 9-10 am TuTh Jan 7-May 28 PDRC 7:30-8:30 am MW Jan 6-May 27 PDRC 7-8 pm Sat Jan 4-May 30 PDRC 8-9 am Sun Jan 5-May 31 PDRC 9:30-10:30 am RIVER RUNNING: DROP-IN WATER FITNESS CLASS This coed water exercise class offers low impact walking exercises to improve your strength, flexibility and aerobic fitness. The current channel is used to increase resistance of the exercises. Swimming skills are not required. Water shoes are recommended. Intensity Level: Easy-Hard Age: 16+ MWF Jan 6-May 29 PDRC 7-8 am

YOUTH BASKETBALL:

LITTLE DRIBBLERS Practices are on Saturdays with half-hour games following each practice. Smaller balls are used and baskets are lowered to eight feet. The fee includes a t-shirt. Volunteer coaches are needed. For additional information please email or call James youth-athletics@ broomfield.org 303.464.5546. Participants must be 5 years old by January 25, 2020. Registration for this program currently open. AGE: KINDERGARTEN Sat Jan 25-Feb 29 Kohl 8 am-3 pm $60/$80 740201-A AGE: 1ST GRADE BOYS Sat Jan 25-Feb 29 Mtn. View 8 am-3 pm $60/$80 740201-B AGE: 2ND GRADE BOYS Sat Jan 25-Feb 29 Emerald ES 8 am-3 pm $60/$80 740201-C AGE: 2ND & 3RD GRADE GIRLS Sat Jan 25-Feb 29 CoyoteRidge 8 am-3 pm $60/$80 740201-D AGE: GIRLS KINDERGARTEN AND 1ST GRADE Sat Jan 25-Feb 29 Kohl 8 am-3 pm $60/$80 740201-E

FLUID MOTION: DROP-IN WATER FITNESS CLASS This class offers a low-impact method for getting into shape. Exercises will develop muscle tone, flexibility and increase energy. The aerobic portion is designed to improve cardiovascular conditioning. Intensity Level: Easy-Medium Age: 16+ TuTh Jan 7-May 28 PDRC 8:30-9:30 am ARTHRITIS THERAPY: DROP-IN WATER FITNESS CLASS This program provides exercises with gentle therapy movements in a warm (86°–88°F) water pool. This program is designed to help ease your pain from arthritis or chronic pain disorders, assist with providing exercises when you are recovering from surgery, or when you are just starting an exercise program. An accessible lift is available for use. Intensity Level: Easy Age: 16+ MWF Jan 6-May 29 PDRC 10-11 am MW Jan 6-May 27 PDRC 2-3 pm TuTh Jan 7-May 28 PDRC 8:30-9:30 am TuTh Jan 7-May 28 PDRC 9:30-10:30 am

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Private lessons give individuals an opportunity to work in a one-on-one setting with an instructor. Participants get a chance to work on technique and receive individual feedback and attention at their pace. All lessons will be 30 minutes in length. Age: 3+ Private fees Semi-Private fee per person Mon Jan 13-Feb 3 PDRC 4-4:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-A01 Mon Jan 13-Feb 3 PDRC 5:30-6 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-A02 Mon Jan 13-Feb 3 PDRC 6-6:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-A03 Mon Feb 10-Mar 2 PDRC 4-4:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-A04 Mon Feb 10-Mar 2 PDRC 5:30-6 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-A05 Mon Feb 10-Mar 2 PDRC 6-6:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-A06 Mon Mar 9-Apr 6 PDRC 4-4:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-A07 Mon Mar 9-Apr 6 PDRC 5:30-6 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-A08 Mon Mar 9-Apr 6 PDRC 6-6:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-A09 Mon Apr 13-May 11 PDRC 5-5:30 pm $100/$125 $75/$90 140125-A10 Mon Apr 13-May 11 PDRC 5:30-6 pm $100/$125 $75/$90 140125-A11 Mon Apr 13-May 11 PDRC 6-6:30 pm $100/$125 $75/$90 140125-A12 Tue Jan 14-Feb 4 PDRC 3:30-4 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-B01 Tue Jan 14-Feb 4 PDRC 4-4:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-B02 Tue Jan 14-Feb 4 PDRC 4:30-5 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-B03 Tue Jan 14-Feb 4 PDRC 5-5:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-B04 Tue Jan 14-Feb 4 PDRC 5:30-6 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-B05 Tue Feb 11-Mar 3 PDRC 3:30-4 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-B06 Tue Feb 11-Mar 3 PDRC 4-4:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-B07 Tue Feb 11-Mar 3 PDRC 4:30-5 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-B08 Tue Feb 11-Mar 3 PDRC 5-5:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-B09 Tue Feb 11-Mar 3 PDRC 5:30-6 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-B10 Tue Mar 10-Apr 7 PDRC 3:30-4 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-B11 Tue Mar 10-Apr 7 PDRC 4-5:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-B12 Tue Mar 10-Apr 7 PDRC 4:30-5 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-B13 Tue Mar 10-Apr 7 PDRC 5-5:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-B14 Tue Mar 10-Apr 7 PDRC 5:30-6 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-B15 Tue Apr 14-May 12 PDRC 5:30-6 pm $100/$125 $75/$90 140125-B16 Tue Apr 14-May 12 PDRC 4-4:30 pm $100/$125 $75/$90 140125-B17 Tue Apr 14-May 12 PDRC 4:30-5 pm $100/$125 $75/$90 140125-B18 Tue Apr 14-May 12 PDRC 5-5:30 pm $100/$125 $75/$90 140125-B19 Tue Apr 14-May 12 PDRC 5:30-6 pm $100/$125 $75/$90 140125-B20 Wed Jan 15-Feb 5 PDRC 4-4:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-C01 Wed Jan 15-Feb 5 PDRC 5:30-6 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-C02 Wed Jan 15-Feb 5 PDRC 6-6:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-C03 Wed Feb 12-Mar 4 PDRC 4-4:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-C04 Wed Feb 12-Mar 4 PDRC 5:30-6 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-C05 Wed Feb 12-Mar 4 PDRC 6-6:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-C06 Wed Mar 11-Apr 8 PDRC 4-4:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-C07 Wed Mar 11-Apr 8 PDRC 5:30-6 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-C08 Wed Mar 11-Apr 8 PDRC 6-6:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-C09 Wed Apr 15-May 13 PDRC 4-4:30 pm $100/$125 $75/$90 140125-C10 Wed Apr 15-May 13 PDRC 5:30-6 pm $100/$125 $75/$90 140125-C11 Wed Apr 15-May 13 PDRC 6-6:30 pm $100/$125 $75/$90 140125-C12 Thu Jan 16-Feb 6 PDRC 3:30-4 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-D01 Thu Jan 16-Feb 6 PDRC 4-4:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-D02 Thu Jan 16-Feb 6 PDRC 4:30-5 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-D03 Thu Jan 16-Feb 6 PDRC 5-5:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-D04 Thu Jan 16-Feb 6 PDRC 5:30-6 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-D05 Thu Feb 13-Mar 5 PDRC 3:30-4 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-D06 Thu Feb 13-Mar 5 PDRC 4-4:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-D07 Thu Feb 13-Mar 5 PDRC 4:30-5 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-D08 Thu Feb 13-Mar 5 PDRC 5-5:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-D09 Thu Feb 13-Mar 5 PDRC 5-5:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-D10 Thu Mar 12-Apr 9 PDRC 3:30-4 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-D11 Thu Mar 12-Apr 9 PDRC 4-4:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-D12 Thu Mar 12-Apr 9 PDRC 4:30-5 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-D13 Thu Mar 12-Apr 9 PDRC 5-5:30 pm $80/$100 $60/$72 140125-D14 Thu Mar 12-Apr 9 PDRC 5:30-6 pm $100/$125 $75/$90 140125-D15 Thu Apr 16-May 14 PDRC 3:30-4 pm $100/$125 $75/$90 140125-D16 Thu Apr 16-May 14 PDRC 4-4:30 pm $100/$125 $75/$90 140125-D17

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HIGH SCHOOL 3V3 BASKETBALL

Introducing a high school 3 v 3 Wednesday night league. The winter season starts mid-January. All games are played at the Paul Derda Rec Center. Form your own team or sign up as an individual to be placed on a team. Five weeks of league play plus end of season tournament. Players may not be in season for their high school basketball team. For more information email youthathletics@broomfield.org or call Angela at 303.464.5542. Registration for this program currently open. Age: 9th –12th Grade INDIVIDUAL Wed Jan 15-Feb 19 PDRC 5:30-9 pm $40/$60 740242-C TEAM Wed Jan 15-Feb 19 PDRC 5:30-9 pm $200 740242-C1

This six-week program is for girls and boys in 2nd-4th grades. Practices/Games are on Wednesdays with a 30 minute practice followed by a 30 minute coach led scrimmage. Volleylite balls are used and the nets are lowered to 6 ft. The fee includes a t-shirt. Volunteer coaches are needed. For additional information, contact Hannah at 303.464.5510. Age: 2nd-4th Grade Wed Mar 18-May 13 AspenCrk 6:15-8:20 pm $53/$73 140217-A

SPRING YOUTH VOLLEYBALL

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YOUTH BASEBALL:

LITTLE SLUGGERS This six-week program is for boys and girls. Practice is on Saturdays with half-hour games following a halfhour practice. Fee includes a team shirt and hat. All participants need to bring their own glove. Volunteer coaches are needed. For more information, contact Angela at 303.464.5542 or youth-athletics@broomfield. org. Participant must be 4 years old before the start of the program. Age: 4 Sat Jun 6-Jul 18* BHS 8:30-9:30 am $52/$72 140203-A Sat Jun 6-Jul 18* BHS 9:30-10:30 am $52/$72 140203-B Sat Jun 6-Jul 18* BHS 10:30-11:30 am $52/$72 140203-C Sat Jun 6-Jul 18* BHS 11:30 am-12:30 pm $52/$72 140203-D * No Class Jul 4

YOUTH SOFTBALL:

GIRLS T-BALL This seven-week program is for girls. Practice/games will be on Saturdays with half-hour game following a half-hour practice. Fee includes a team shirt and visor. All participants need to bring their own glove. Volunteer coaches are needed. For more information, please call Angela at 303.464.5542 or youth-athletics@broomfield. org. Participant must be 5 years old before the start of the program. Age: 5-7 Sat May 30-Jul 18 BHS 8 am-3 pm $57/$77 140211-A * No Class Jul 4

YOUTH SOFTBALL:

7-15 This recreational program combines learning fundamentals, practice and games. Practices are once or twice a week with games played one or two nights a week. The division games days are as follows; 7-9 play on Wednesdays, 10-12 play on Tuesdays, and 12-15 play on Mondays and Thursdays. Practices will start the week of May 11. Due to weather and scheduling game/practice days may fluctuate. Fee includes a team shirt and visor. Volunteer coaches are needed! For more information, please contact Hannah at 303.464.5510 or youthathletics@broomfield.org. AGE: 7-9 M-F May 11-Jul 17 BIP 5-8 pm $87/$107 140212-A AGE: 10-12 M-F May 11-Jul 17 BIP 5-8 pm $87/$107 140212-B AGE: 12-15 M-F May 11-Jul 17 Ballfields 5-8 pm $97/$117 140212-C

ADULT MEN'S 40+ BASKETBALL

This League is an 8+ game season with playoffs for players 40 or better offered on Wednesday nights at Jefferson Academy High School, (1125 Reed Way). Registration for the Spring begins in February. For more information email adult-athletics@broomfield.org or contact Hannah at 303.464.5510. Age: 40+ Wed Mar 4-May 6 Jeff.Acad 6:30-9:30 pm $410/$466 140221-C4

ADULT WOMEN'S 3V3 BASKETBALL

Grab a couple of friends to play in our Monday night leagues. The spring season (eight games) starts in March. All games are played at the Broomfield Community Center. Registration begins on January 2. For more information email adult-athletics@broomfield.org or call Vickie at 303.464.5522. Age: 18+ Mon Mar 9-May 18 PDRC 6:30-10 pm $230/$255 140222-A4

ADULT VOLLEYBALL

League play begins the week of March 15. The following leagues are offered: Both coed and women’s 6v6 leagues offered. Registration begins on January 2. For more information email adult-athletics@broomfield.org or Vickie at 303.464.5522. Age: 16+ Tue Mar 17-May 19 AspenCrk 6:30-10 pm $285/$325 140225-B2 Thu Mar 5-May 21 AspenCrk 6:15-9:35 pm $285/$325 140225-D2 Thu Mar 12-May 28 PDRC 6:15-9:35 pm $285/$325 140225-D3

YOUTH BASEBALL

This recreational program combines learning fundamentals, practice and league play. Practices are once or twice a week with games played one or two times a week. Fee includes a team shirt and hat. Volunteer coaches are needed! For more information call James at 303.464.5546. AGE: 6-8 M-Sa May 4-Jul 11 BIP 5-9:15 pm $100/$120 140205-A AGE: 8-9 M-Sa May 4-Jul 11 BIP 5-9:15 pm $100/$120 140205-B AGE: 10-12 M-Sa May 4-Jul 11 BIP 5-9:15 pm $100/$120 140205-C AGE: 12-15 M-Sa May 4-Jul 11 BIP 5-9:15 pm $110/$130 140205-D

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YOUTH BASEBALL:

This program is for girls and boys in 5th to 8th grade. Participants sign up individually and are then placed on teams. A clinic is held on March 2 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Aspen Creek for the Spikers (7th-8th Grade) Division Only. Teams will practice starting on Monday, March 9 OR Tuesday, March 10 and play games starting on Thursdays, March 12. Volunteer coaches are needed. Fee includes team shirt. For more info call Hannah at 303.464.5510. AGE: 5TH & 6TH GRADE (SETTERS DIVISION) MTuTh Mar 9-May 7 BHS 6-8 pm $68/$88 140218-A AGE: 7TH & 8TH GRADE (SPIKERS DIVISION) MTuTh Mar 9-May 7 BHS 6-8 pm $68/$88 140218-B

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Teams will practice twice a week during the week and play games against other CARA teams on Saturdays. Team Jersey is provided. Approved lacrosse helmet, stick, arms pads, shoulder pads, gloves and mouth guard must be worn for the league. Terms will travel for some games against other CARA teams. Practices start the week of March 5th, 2018. For more information, please call James at 303.464.5546. Volunteer coaches are needed. AGE: 6-8 M-Sa Mar 5-Apr 28 QuailCrk 8 am-7 pm $85/$105 140206-A AGE: 8-10 M-Sa Mar 5-Apr 28 QuailCrk 8 am-7 pm $85/$105 140206-B AGE: 10-12 M-Sa Mar 5-Apr 28 QuailCrk 8 am-7 pm $85/$105 140206-C AGE: 12-14 M-Sa Mar 5-Apr 28 QuailCrk 8 am-7 pm $85/$105 140206-D

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3RD-8TH GRADE Participants sign up individually and are then placed on teams following a mini camp. Mini camp dates will be available at time of registration. Fee includes team shirt. This is an eight-game season with one or two practices a week and games played on Saturdays. Volunteer coaches are needed. For additional information, call Angela at 303.464.5542 or Hannah 303.464.5510. Registration for this program currently open. AGE: 3RD GRADE BOYS M-Sa Jan 6-Feb 29 BHMS 5-9 pm $90/$110 740202-A AGE: 3RD & 4TH GRADE GIRLS M-Sa Jan 6-Feb 29 PDRC 5-9 pm $90/$110 740202-B AGE: 4TH GRADE BOYS M-Sa Jan 6-Feb 29 Westlake 5-9 pm $90/$110 740202-C AGE: 5TH & 6TH GRADE BOYS M-Sa Jan 7-Mar 2 BHS 5-9 pm $90/$110 740202-E AGE: 5TH & 6TH GRADE GIRLS M-Sa Jan 6-Feb 29 AspenCrk 5-9 pm $90/$110 740202-F AGE: 7TH-8TH GRADE BOYS M-Sa Jan 6-Feb 29 BHS 5-9 pm $90/$110 740202-G AGE: 7TH & 8TH GRADE GIRLS M-Sa Jan 6-Feb 29 Jeff. Acad 5-9 pm $90/$110 740202-H

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YOUTH BASKETBALL:

BOYS T-BALL This seven-week program is for boys. Participants will have practice once a week on Tuesday evenings and games once a week on Thursday evenings. Fee includes a team shirt and hat. All participants need to bring their own glove. Volunteer coaches are needed. For more information, please call James at 303.464.5546. Participants must be 5 years old before May 28, 2020. Age: 5-6 T-Th May 19-Jul 9 Centennial 5–8 pm $76/$96 140204-A

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LADY'S LINKS AND LAGERS GOLF LEAGUE

Play in a lady's golf league where various fun golf games will be played each week. The league is eight weeks long. All skill levels are welcome. We have paired with local businesses to host after golf drink specials. For more information contact Vickie at303.464.5522 Age: 18+ Wed Apr 1-May 20 Greenway 4:30-6 pm $35/$40 140223-C

SPRING PICKLEBALL ADULT

Paul Derda Recreation Center (PDRC) offers drop-in play on most Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday throughout the year. Various levels of play are scheduled throughout the day. Details of times, exception dates and information flyers available online, and at the PDRC and the Broomfield Community Center. For more information contact Vickie at 303.464.5522 or adult-athletics@broomfield.org. Age: 16+

ACTIVE ADULT VOLLEYBALL

Men and women can be a part of our Broomfield Volleyball team(s). Our team(s) plays throughout the metro area against another 50 years and better teams. Games are played on Wednesday mornings. League play is September-November and January-March. Call Robin at 303.464.5504 for more information. Age: 50+ Wed Jan 8-Mar 18 PDRC 9:30-10:30 am $45/$55 140230-A

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ACTIVE ADULT SOFTBALL

Enjoy the camaraderie with fellow active adults and experience the health benefits that this sport provides. Join one of our senior softball teams. Must be 50/70 years old by December 31 of the current year. Experienced or not, everyone is welcome. League play begins in April. For more information, call Robin at 303.464.5504. AGE: 50+ Wed Mar 25-Aug 12 Ballfields 9 am-1 pm $65/$75 140229-B AGE: 70+ Mon Mar 23-Aug 10 Ballfields 9 am-1 pm $65/$75 140229-A

Boys learn the fundamentals of gymnastics, emphasizing strength building, coordination and body awareness. Age: 2 Tue Jan 7-Mar 17 PDRC 4-5 pm $116/$131 140303-A Thu Jan 9-Mar 19 PDRC 4-5 pm $116/$131 140303-B Sat Jan 11-Mar 21 PDRC 10:30-11:30 am $116/$131 140303-C Tue Mar 31-May 19 PDRC 4-5 pm $84/$94 140303-D Thu Apr 2-May 21 PDRC 4-5 pm $84/$94 140303-E Sat Apr 4-May 23* PDRC 10:30-11:30 am $74/$84 140303-F * No Class Apr 25

GIRLS LITTLE FLYERS GYMNASTICS

ACTIVE ADULT GOLF LEAGUE

Each week on Tuesday morning players will be assigned a partner and participate in various fun golf games at Greenway Park Golf Course. In addition to the league registration fee, golfers will pay the green fees to the course. For more information, call Kim at 303.464.5536. League kick-off meeting: Tue, April 28 at 9 a.m. at the Broomfield Community Center, Lakeshore Room. Donuts and coffee provided. Age: 50+ Tue May 5-Aug 25 Greenway 7:30-10 am $50/$60 140228-A

PARENT-TOT DROP-IN GYMNASTICS

This is a time for the parent and child to play together by flipping, climbing and jumping in a safe environment. This class has a supervisor, NOT an instructor. Age: 0-5 M-F Jan 6-Mar 20 PDRC 11:30 am-12:20 pm $6/$8 M-F Mar 30-May 22 PDRC 11:30 am-12:20 pm $6/$8

KIDNASTICS GYMNASTICS

This is a Parent-Tot class (one child per adult). The class is a semi-structured class. Participants are given time on different apparatus to jump, crawl, climb and play while listening to fun music! Age: 18mo-3 Mon Jan 6-Mar 16* PDRC 9:30-10:15 am $95/$105 140302-A Mon Jan 6-Mar 16* PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $95/$105 140302-B Tue Jan 7-Mar 17 PDRC 9:30-10:15 am $116/$131 140302-C Tue Jan 7-Mar 17 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $116/$131 140302-D Wed Jan 8-Mar 18 PDRC 9:30-10:15 am $116/$131 140302-E Wed Jan 8-Mar 18 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $116/$131 140302-F Thu Jan 9-Mar 19 PDRC 9:30-10:15 am $116/$131 140302-G Thu Jan 9-Mar 19 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $116/$131 140302-H Fri Jan 10-Mar 20 PDRC 9:30-10:15 am $116/$131 140302-I Fri Jan 10-Mar 20 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $116/$131 140302-J Sat Jan 11-Mar 21 PDRC 8:30-9:15 am $116/$131 140302-K Sat Jan 11-Mar 21 PDRC 9:30-10:15 am $116/$131 140302-L Mon Mar 30-May 18 PDRC 9:30-10:15 am $84/$94 140302-M Mon Mar 30-May 18 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $84/$94 140302-N Tue Mar 31-May 19 PDRC 9:30-10:15 am $84/$94 140302-O Tue Mar 31-May 19 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $84/$94 140302-P Wed Apr 1-May 20 PDRC 9:30-10:15 am $84/$94 140302-Q Wed Apr 1-May 20 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $84/$94 140302-R Thu Apr 2-May 21 PDRC 9:30-10:15 am $84/$94 140302-S Thu Apr 2-May 21 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $84/$94 140302-T Fri Apr 3-May 22 PDRC 9:30-10:15 am $84/$94 140302-U Fri Apr 3-May 22 PDRC 10:30-11:15 am $84/$94 140302-V Sat Apr 4-May 23* PDRC 8:30-9:15 am $74/$84 140302-W Sat Apr 4-May 23* PDRC 9:30-10:15 am $74/$84 140302-X * No Class Jan 20, Feb 17, Apr 25

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BOYS BEGINNING GYMNASTICS

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Students learn slightly more advanced fundamentals on the floor, balance beam, uneven parallel bars and vault. This class also emphasizes strength building, coordination and body awareness for all. This class is for the more advanced preschooler. This class is by invitation only. Age: 3-5 TuTh Jan 7-Mar 19 PDRC 4-5 pm $231/$256 140304-A TuTh Mar 31-May 21 PDRC 4-5 pm $168/$188 140304-B

TUMBLE AND SPLASH GYMNASTICS/ AQUATICS

This is a combination class including 25 minutes of gymnastics and 25 minutes of swimming. There will be 10 minutes in between classes for the parent to walk the child down to the pool and get them ready for swim class. Age: 3-5 Mon Jan 13-Mar 16* PDRC 9-10 am $85/$100 140305-A Wed Jan 15-Mar 18 PDRC 9-10 am $105/$125 140305-B Fri Jan 17-Mar 20 PDRC 9-10 am $105/$125 140305-C Sat Jan 18-Mar 21 PDRC 8:30-9:30 am $105/$125 140305-D Mon Mar 30-May 11 PDRC 9-10 am $85/$100 140305-E Wed Apr 1-May 13 PDRC 9-10 am $85/$100 140305-F Fri Apr 3-May 15 PDRC 9-10 am $85/$100 140305-G Sat Apr 4-May 16* PDRC 8:30-9:30 am $63/$76 140305-H * No Class Jan 20, Feb 17, Apr 25

TINY TUMBLERS GYMNASTICS

This class offers an introduction to the sport of gymnastics for girls and boys. Students learn basic fundamentals for the floor, balance beam, bars, trampoline, and vault while emphasizing strength building, coordination and body awareness. Age: 3-5 Mon Jan 6-Mar 16* PDRC 9:30-10:20 am $95/$105 140306-A Mon Jan 6-Mar 16* PDRC 10:30-11:20 am $95/$105 140306-B Tue Jan 7-Mar 17 PDRC 9:30-10:20 am $116/$131 140306-C Tue Jan 7-Mar 17 PDRC 10:30-11:20 am $116/$131 140306-D Tue Jan 7-Mar 17 PDRC 4-4:50 pm $116/$131 140306-E Tue Jan 7-Mar 17 PDRC 5-5:50 pm $116/$131 140306-F Wed Jan 8-Mar 18 PDRC 9:30-10:20 am $116/$131 140306-G Wed Jan 8-Mar 18 PDRC 10:30-11:20 am $116/$131 140306-H Thu Jan 9-Mar 19 PDRC 9:30-10:20 am $116/$131 140306-I Thu Jan 9-Mar 19 PDRC 10:30-11:20 am $116/$131 140306-J Thu Jan 9-Mar 19 PDRC 4-4:50 pm $116/$131 140306-K Thu Jan 9-Mar 19 PDRC 5-5:50 pm $116/$131 140306-L Fri Jan 10-Mar 20 PDRC 9:30-10:20 am $116/$131 140306-M Fri Jan 10-Mar 20 PDRC 10:30-11:20 am $116/$131 140306-N Fri Jan 10-Mar 20 PDRC 4-4:50 pm $116/$131 140306-O Sat Jan 11-Mar 21 PDRC 8:30-9:20 am $116/$131 140306-P Sat Jan 11-Mar 21 PDRC 9:30-10:20 am $116/$131 140306-Q Mon Mar 30-May 18 PDRC 9:30-10:20 am $84/$94 140306-R Mon Mar 30-May 18 PDRC 10:30-11:20 am $84/$94 140306-S

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Tue Mar 31-May 19 PDRC 9:30-10:20 am Tue Mar 31-May 19 PDRC 10:30-11:20 am Tue Mar 31-May 19 PDRC 4-4:50 pm Tue Mar 31-May 19 PDRC 5-5:50 pm Wed Apr 1-May 20 PDRC 9:30-10:20 am Wed Apr 1-May 20 PDRC 10:30-11:20 am Thu Apr 2-May 21 PDRC 9:30-10:20 am Thu Apr 2-May 21 PDRC 10:30-11:20 am Thu Apr 2-May 21 PDRC 4-4:50 pm Thu Apr 2-May 21 PDRC 5-5:50 pm Fri Apr 3-May 22 PDRC 9:30-10:20 am Fri Apr 3-May 22 PDRC 10:30-11:20 am Fri Apr 3-May 22 PDRC 4-4:50 pm Sat Apr 4-May 23* PDRC 8:30-9:20 am Sat Apr 4-May 23* PDRC 9:30-10:20 am * No Class Jan 20, Feb 17, Apr 25

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GIRLS BEGINNING GYMNASTICS

Beginning Gymnastics offers an introduction to the sport of gymnastics. Students learn basic fundamentals for the floor, balance beam, uneven parallel bars and vault. Skills emphasized include strength building, body awareness and coordination. Age: 5-12 MW Jan 6-Mar 18* PDRC 4-5 pm $210/$235 140307-A MW Jan 6-Mar 18* PDRC 5-6 pm $210/$235 140307-B MW Jan 6-Mar 18* PDRC 6-7 pm $210/$235 140307-C TuTh Jan 7-Mar 19 PDRC 4-5 pm $231/$256 140307-D TuTh Jan 7-Mar 19 PDRC 5-6 pm $231/$256 140307-E TuTh Jan 7-Mar 19 PDRC 6-7 pm $231/$256 140307-F Fri Jan 10-Mar 20 PDRC 9:30-10:30 am $116/$131 140307-G Fri Jan 10-Mar 20 PDRC 10:30-11:30 am $116/$131 140307-H Fri Jan 10-Mar 20 PDRC 4-5 pm $116/$131 140307-I Fri Jan 10-Mar 20 PDRC 5-6 pm $116/$131 140307-J Fri Jan 10-Mar 20 PDRC 6-7 pm $116/$131 140307-K Sat Jan 11-Mar 21 PDRC 9:30-10:30 am $116/$131 140307-L Sat Jan 11-Mar 21 PDRC 10:30-11:30 am $116/$131 140307-M Sat Jan 11-Mar 21 PDRC 11:30 am-12:30 pm $116/$131 140307-N MW Mar 30-May 20 PDRC 4-5 pm $168/$188 140307-O MW Mar 30-May 20 PDRC 5-6 pm $168/$188 140307-P MW Mar 30-May 20 PDRC 6-7 pm $168/$188 140307-Q TuTh Mar 31-May 21 PDRC 4-5 pm $168/$188 140307-R TuTh Mar 31-May 21 PDRC 5-6 pm $168/$188 140307-S TuTh Mar 31-May 21 PDRC 6-7 pm $168/$188 140307-T Fri Apr 3-May 22 PDRC 9:30-10:30 am $84/$94 140307-U Fri Apr 3-May 22 PDRC 10:30-11:30 am $84/$94 140307-V Fri Apr 3-May 22 PDRC 4-5 pm $84/$94 140307-W Fri Apr 3-May 22 PDRC 5-6 pm $84/$94 140307-X Fri Apr 3-May 22 PDRC 6-7 pm $84/$94 140307-Y Sat Apr 4-May 23* PDRC 9:30-10:30 am $74/$84 140307-Z Sat Apr 4-May 23* PDRC 10:30-11:30 am $74/$84 140307-ZA Sat Apr 4-May 23* PDRC 11:30 am-12:30 pm $74/$84 140307-ZB * No Class Jan 20, Feb 17, Apr 25

GYMNASTICS

This is a great way to get in some games before summer leagues begin. This is a six-game season starting the week of March 15 Both men’s and coed leagues offered. Registration opens January 2. For more information email adult-athletics@broomfield.org or contact Vickie at 303.464.5522. Age: 18+ COED SUN OPEN E Mar 15-Apr 19 Ballfields 5-9 pm $265/$265 140224-F4 COED TUE OPEN E Mar 17-Apr 21 Ballfields 6:30-10:30 pm $265/$265 140224-B4 COED THU UPPER E Mar 19-Apr 16 Ballfields 6:30-10:30 pm $265/$265 140224-D2 COED FRI OPEN E Mar 20-Apr 24 Ballfields 6:30-10:30 pm $265/$265 140224-E2 MEN’S SUN OPEN E Mar 15-Apr 19 Ballfields 5-9 pm $265/$265 140240-F3 MEN’S MON UPPER E Mar 16-Apr 20 Ballfields 6:30-9 pm $265/$265 140240-A2 MEN’S MON E Mar 16-Apr 20 Ballfields 6:30-9 pm $265/$265 140240-A3 MEN’S TUE E Mar 17-Apr 21 Ballfields 6:30-9 pm $265/$265 140240-B1 MEN’S THU UPPER E Mar 19-Apr 23 Ballfields 6:30-9 pm $265/$265 140240-D2 MEN’S FRI E Mar 20-Apr 17 Ballfields 6:30-9 pm $265/$265 140240-E3

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This class prepares gymnasts for competition. Gymnasts learn skills for the Level 3 Compulsory routines for each of the four events. Age: 5-12 MW Jan 6-Mar 18* PDRC 7-8 pm $210/$235 140309-A TuTh Jan 7-Mar 19 PDRC 6-8 pm $231/$256 140309-B TuTh Jan 7-Mar 19 PDRC 7-8 pm $231/$256 140309-C Fri Jan 10-Mar 20 PDRC 6-7 pm $116/$131 140309-D Sat Jan 11-Mar 21 PDRC 11:30 am-12:30 pm $116/$131 140309-E MW Mar 30-May 20 PDRC 7-8 pm $168/$188 140309-F TuTh Mar 31-May 21 PDRC 6-7 pm $168/$188 140309-G TuTh Mar 31-May 21 PDRC 7-8 pm $168/$188 140309-H Fri Apr 3-May 22 PDRC 6-7 pm $84/$94 140309-I Sat Apr 4-May 23* PDRC 11:30 am-12:30 pm $74/$84 140309-J * No Class Jan 20, Feb 17, Apr 25

TEAM GYMNASTICS

Gymnasts on the Flyers team practice on a year-round basis and compete with other recreational teams throughout the state. The main competitive season is May-July. Gymnasts must have approval from Becky Linnenburger to register for this level. Please contact gymnastics@broomfield.org if you are interested in the Flyers team. LEVEL 3 Age: 7–18 TuTh Jan 7-Mar 19 PDRC 4:45-6:45 pm $374/$399 140311-A TuTh Mar 31-May 21 PDRC 4:45-6:45 pm $272/$297 140311-B LEVEL 4 Age: 7-18 TuTh Jan 7-Mar 19 PDRC 6:30-8:30 pm $374/$399 140312-A TuTh Mar 31-May 21 PDRC 6:30-8:30 pm $272/$297 140312-B

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HIGH SCHOOL OPTIONALS Age: 7-18 Mon Jan 6-Mar 16* PDRC 4:15-6:15 pm Wed Jan 8-Mar 18 PDRC 4:15-6:15 pm Fri Jan 10-May 22 PDRC 3:30-5:00 pm Mon Jan 6-Mar 16* PDRC 3:30-5:30 pm Wed Jan 8-Mar 18 PDRC 1:30-3:30 pm Mon Mar 30-May18 PDRC 4:15-6:15 pm Wed Apr 1-May 20 PDRC 4:15-6:15 pm Mon Mar 30-May18 PDRC 3:30-5:30 pm Wed Apr 1-May 20 PDRC 1:30-3:30 pm * No Class Jan 20, Feb 17

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Drop-In for team members only. Age: 7-18 Sat Jan 11-May 23* PDRC 12:30-2:30 pm Tu-Th Mar 24-26 PDRC 4-6 pm * No Class Mar 28, Apr 25

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This class uses Pilates Reformer, Barrel, Spine Corrector, HALO trainer and TRX to strengthen core and posture. Age: 16+ Mon Mar 30-May 18 PDRC 7-7:45 pm $100/$120 140405-A

FTS/HIIT

Using equipment available in the Functional Training Space to complete a HIIT Full Body workout every session! Age: 16+ Mon Mar 30-May 18 PDRC 8-8:45 pm $100/$120 140408-B

PERSONAL FITNESS TRAINER

CANCER EXERCISE TRAINING PROGRAM CONTINUATION Designed for cancer survivors who have completed the Cancer Exercise Training program initial ten-week program, this continuation is the next step to ongoing health and fitness. Class meets twice a week for structured, personalized training guided by a certified cancer exercise trainer and concludes with a post assessment to measure progress and provide next steps. Prerequisite: Cancer Exercise Training Program Age: 16+ MW Mar 2-May 27 PDRC 10:30-11:30 am $282 140407-A

Have a certified Personal Trainer design a program to meet your needs and achieve your personal fitness goals. The first appointment consists of goal setting, program design, body fat composition and a mini workout. Follow up appointments are recommended to keep your body progressing toward your goals. Fill out your Personal Trainer Questionnaire online or at the front desk, let us know your availability and we contact you to get your appointment scheduled. 25% off for Recreation Pass Holders and SilverSneakers® pass holders. Special pricing available for small groups of three or more! Contact fitness@broomfield.org for more information. Read about our Personal Trainers online at BroomfieldRecreation.com. Age: ALL Private Fee Semi-Private Fee per person* 1 session $50 $35 3 sessions $141 $99 5 sessions $230 $162.50 10 sessions $450 $320 * Both participants must attend to receive this rate.

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ADULT DROP-IN GYMNASTICS

Adult Drop-In is for any adult, gymnast or not, that would like to use the gymnastics facility to work on skills, flexibility and balance. This class does not have an instructor, only a supervisor. Age: 18+ Mon Jan 6-May 18* PDRC 8:30-9:30 pm $6/$8 * No Class Jan 20, Feb 17, Mar 23

CANCER SURVIVORS FITNESS FOR LIFE PROGRAM

Designed for cancer survivors and their caregivers whether in treatment or post recovery. During this program, you will be provided with information on how to take the next step to a life of fitness and health. This program covers cardiovascular and strength training, flexibility and balance, health and nutrition, environmental cautions, lymphedema care and neuropathy. Participants will receive an initial assessment to establish baseline information for the personal trainer to design an individualized workout program, a one-on-one personal training session for the personalized workout to be demonstrated followed by two group classes per week which focus on specific topics and group exercise workouts for the day. The program concludes with an assessment with the personal trainer to assess what has changed and plan the future steps to health! The program includes unlimited use of the Paul Derda Recreation Center while enrolled in the program. Cancer Survivors Packet available at the front desk, emailing fitness@broomfield.org or calling 303.460.6955. Age: 16 +

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CANCER EXERCISE TRAINING PROGRAM We are dedicated to providing cancer survivors in the community with fitness programs that promote healing, wellness and survivorship in a healthy and positive environment through a variety of Cancer Specific Training options. If the Cancer Exercise Training Programs listed do not meet your needs, email fitness@broomfield. org to customize a program for you. We have private or semi-private personal training with our cancer specialist available if that works better for you. TuTh Jan 14-Mar 19 PDRC 12:30-2 pm $360 140404-A TuTh May 5-Jul 9 PDRC 12:30-2 pm $360 140404-B

Ever thought about climbing a 14’er? If you have been in Colorado for long you either know or have heard of people telling their “14’er stories”. Time for you to join that group. This class will offer physical training to prepare you for the ascent AND descent, class discussion time going over various tips, tricks and techniques to make your climb successful and then an opportunity to climb and/or share with your training group. Age: 16+ Wed Apr 1-May 20 PDRC 7-8 pm $100/$120 140406-A

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OPTIONALS Age: 7-18 MW Jan 6-Mar 18* PDRC 6-8:30 pm MW Mar 30-May 20 PDRC 6-8:30 pm * No Class Jan 20, Feb 17

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Gymnasts learn skills for Pre Team for each of the four events. Gymnasts must have approval of staff to participate in this level. Age: 5-12 MW Jan 6-Mar 18* PDRC 5-6 pm $210/$235 140308-A MW Jan 6-Mar 18* PDRC 6-7 pm $210/$235 140308-B MW Jan 6-Mar 18* PDRC 7-8 pm $210/$235 140308-C TuTh Jan 7-Mar 19 PDRC 5-6 pm $231/$256 140308-D TuTh Jan 7-Mar 19 PDRC 6-7 pm $231/$256 140308-E TuTh Jan 7-Mar 19 PDRC 7-8 pm $231/$256 140308-F Fri Jan 10-Mar 20 PDRC 5-6 pm $116/$131 140308-G Fri Jan 10-Mar 20 PDRC 6-7 pm $116/$131 140308-H Sat Jan 11-Mar 21 PDRC 10:30-11:30 am $116/$131 140308-I Sat Jan 11-Mar 21 PDRC 11:30 am-12:30 pm $116/$131 140308-J MW Mar 30-May 20 PDRC 5-6 pm $168/$188 140308-K MW Mar 30-May 20 PDRC 6-7 pm $168/$188 140308-L MW Mar 30-May 20 PDRC 7-8 pm $168/$188 140308-M TuTh Mar 31-May 21 PDRC 5-6 pm $168/$188 140308-N TuTh Mar 31-May 21 PDRC 6-7 pm $168/$188 140308-O TuTh Mar 31-May 21 PDRC 7-8 pm $168/$188 140308-P Fri Apr 3-May 22 PDRC 5-6 pm $84/$94 140308-Q Fri Apr 3-May 22 PDRC 6-7 pm $84/$94 140308-R Sat Apr 4-May 23* PDRC 10:30-11:30 am $74/$84 140308-S Sat Apr 4-May 23* PDRC 11:30 am-12:30 pm $74/$84 140308-T * No Class Jan 20, Feb 17, Apr 25

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INTRO TO YOGA WORKSHOP

The introduction to Yoga two-day workshop will teach you the basic yoga poses and will put you at ease to join any of our multi-level yoga classes. Age: 16+ Tue Jan 21 1:30-3 pm PDRC $60/$72 140410-A Sat Jan 25 12-1:30 pm

ACTIVE ADULT YOGA WORKSHOPS

Work with a yoga instructor in a small group to focus on the primary poses used in yoga class. Whether you have been attending for years or are new to your yoga practice, you will benefit from the workshop. Age: 50+ Mon Jan 13 PDRC 1:30-3 pm $7/$9 140415-A Mon Mar 9 PDRC 1:30-3 pm $7/$9 140415-B Mon May 11 PDRC 1:30-3 pm $7/$9 140415-C

FOAM ROLLER WORKSHOP

Work on building your yoga or Pilates foundation with a certified instructor in a private setting at your own pace. Sessions are available as private or semi-private. Contact us at fitness@broomfield.org for additional information. 25% off for all Recreation Pass holders. Private Fee Semi-Private Fee per person* 1 session $50 $35 3 sessions $141 $99 5 sessions $230 $162.50 10 sessions $450 $320 * Both participants must attend to receive this rate.

POLE WALKING

Pole Walking in its simplest form is walking with poles! Experience the connection between the upper and lower body as you increase cardiorespiratory endurance and muscular strength and endurance while increasing mobility in the upper extremities. Pole Walking supports your body joints to allow you to do more safely. Discover what European fitness buffs have known for years! Pole Walking will change your body and your life. Poles provided. Age: 16+ Tue Apr 14-May 5 PDRC 8-9 am $42/$48 140413-A Thu May 14-Jun 4 PDRC 8-9 am $42/$48 140413-B

MOVE IT, IMPROVE IT FOR PARKINSON’S DISEASE

This workshop will get you familiar with the vital psoas muscle. Learn how important the psoas is anatomically and how it supports us. Explore the depth of intelligence held within this part of the body and the connection mentally, emotionally, energetically and spiritually. Age: 16+ Sun Mar 22 PDRC 12:30-2:30 pm $50/$60 140473-A

This research-based exercise program, taught by a certified therapist, uses the principles of Exercise for Brain Change and Multitask Training to fight the effects of Parkinson's Disease on posture, balance, coordination, voice, attention span, mood and fatigue. Care partners are welcome to take the class for the same fee. Participants who pose a high fall risk may need added supervision. Please discuss fall risk, troublesome symptoms, and any orthopedic limitations with the instructor for guidance. Participants must be able to walk independently and able to transition from seated to standing without assistance. If a care partner is required to assist the person, their admission is free. Laughter and fun are included in every class! For more information, call Nancy Hillmer at 720.620.9465. $5 fee to be paid at the time of class. No charge for SilverSneakersÂŽ members. Age: ALL

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SHINKENDO AT PDRC

Experience the restorative properties of foam rolling. Learn how alternative therapy can treat skeletal muscle immobility and pain by relaxing contracted muscles, improving circulation and stimulating the stretch reflex in muscles. Age: 16+ Fri Feb 21 PDRC 12:30-1:30 pm $15/$18 140472-A

PSOAS WORKSHOP

Complement your yoga practice with TRX. The TRX supports and challenges many yoga poses, helping you deepen the stretch while working your entire body. Age: 16+ Tue Jan 7-28 PDRC 2:15-3:05 pm $60/$70 140421-A Thu Jan 9-30 PDRC 8:15-9:05 am $60/$70 140421-B Tue Feb 4-25 PDRC 2:15-3:05 pm $60/$70 140421-C Thu Feb 6-27 PDRC 8:15-9:05 am $60/$70 140421-D Tue Mar 3-31 PDRC 2:15-3:05 pm $75/$87.50 140421-E Thu Mar 5-26 PDRC 8:15-9:05 am $60/$70 140421-F Tue Apr 7-28 PDRC 2:15-3:05 pm $60/$70 140421-G Thu Apr 2-30 PDRC 8:15-9:05 am $75/$87.50 140421-H Tue May 5-26 PDRC 2:15-3:05 pm $60/$70 140421-I Thu May 7-28 PDRC 8:15-9:05 am $60/$70 140421-J

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Shinkendo is a Japanese swordsmanship art that teaches the practical application of the samurai sword (katana). Students will learn the safe handling and use of the katana in areas such as swinging drills, solo forms and paired sparring. Classes are on-going so the best time to begin training is now! Due to the nature of our training students below the age of 18 will not be admitted. The first two sessions are free of charge; come see if Shinkendo is right for you! No equipment is necessary to begin. Simply arrive in comfortable workout clothes and we will discuss the uniform if you are interested in studying. A practice sword can also be provided until you are able to get your own. Please contact Tony Ferguson at 402.990.4626 or at trferguson001@gmail.com if you have any questions. Ages: 18+ Cost: $50/Monthly Unlimited

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WEIGHT ROOM ORIENTATION AT PDRC

Sign-up for an orientation and learn how to safely use the cardiovascular equipment and select Cybex Machines for a complete total body workout. During your 45-minute appointment, your individualized settings are determined and a total body workout is established for you to meet your fitness goals. Weight room orientation intake form available at the front desk or fill out the Personal Trainer Questionnaire online and we will contact you to set up an appointment. Ages: 14+ Cost: $25

SPRING FITNESS CHALLENGE

The 22nd Annual Spring Fitness Challenge is your chance to get in shape for the spring and summer. An incentive gift will be awarded to all participants and opportunities to win additional prizes occur throughout the eight weeks by participating in our weekly mini-challenges that help you stay on track to a better overall you! Age: 16+ MW Jan 27-Mar 18 PDRC 5:30-6:30 am $160/$185 140418-A MW Jan 27-Mar 18 PDRC 6:30-7:30 am $160/$185 140418-B MW Jan 27-Mar 18 PDRC 9:15-10:15 am $160/$185 140418-C MW Jan 27-Mar 18 PDRC 4:10-5:10 pm $160/$185 140418-D MW Jan 27-Mar 18 PDRC 6-7 pm $160/$185 140418-E MW Jan 27-Mar 18 PDRC 7-8 pm $160/$185 140418-F TuTh Jan 28-Mar 19 PDRC 5:15-6:15 am $160/$185 140418-G TuTh Jan 28-Mar 19 PDRC 7:30-8:30 am $160/$185 140418-H TuTh Jan 28-Mar 19 PDRC 5:30-6:30 pm $160/$185 140418-J MW Jan 27-Mar 18 PDRC 10:15-11:15 am $160/$185 140418-M

TRX SMALL GROUP

The TRX Suspension Trainer leverages gravity and your bodyweight to perform hundreds of exercises. Classes are offered on a monthly basis. Age: 16+ Mon Jan 6-27 PDRC 5:15-5:15 am $50/$60 140420-A Sun Jan 5-26 PDRC 8:10-8:50 am $50/$60 140420-B Mon Jan 6-27 PDRC 9:45-10:25 am $50/$60 140420-C Wed Jan 8-22 PDRC 10-10:40 am $37.50/$45 140420-D Fri Jan 10-31 PDRC 5:15-5:55 am $50/$60 140420-E Fri Jan 10-31 PDRC 9:10-9:50 am $50/$60 140420-F Sun Feb 2-23 PDRC 8:10-8:50 am $50/$60 140420-H Fri Feb 7-28 PDRC 5:15-5:55 am $50/$60 140420-K Fri Feb 7-28 PDRC 9:10-9:50 am $50/$60 140420-L Sun Mar 1-29 PDRC 8:10-8:50 am $62.50/$75 140420-N Fri Mar 6-27 PDRC 5:15-5:55 am $50/$60 140420-P Fri Mar 6-27 PDRC 9:10-9:50 am $50/$60 140420-Q Mon Apr 6-27 PDRC 5:15-5:15 am $50/$60 140420-R Sun Apr 5-26 PDRC 8:10-8:50 am $37.50/$45 140420-S Mon Apr 6-27 PDRC 9:45-10:25 am $50/$60 140420-T Fri Apr 3-24 PDRC 5:15-5:55 am $50/$60 140420-U Fri Apr 3-24 PDRC 9:10-9:50 am $50/$60 140420-V Wed Apr 1-29 PDRC 10-10:40 am $62.50/$75 140420-W Mon May 4-18 PDRC 5:15-5:15 am $37.50/$45 140420-X Sun May 3-31 PDRC 8:10-8:50 am $62.50/$75 140420-Y Mon May 4-18 PDRC 9:45-10:25 am $37.50/$45 140420-Z Fri May 1-29 PDRC 5:15-5:55 am $62.50/$75 140420-Z1 Fri May 1-29 PDRC 9:10-9:50 am $62.50/$75 140420-Z2 Wed May 6-27 PDRC 10-10:40 am $50/$60 140420-Z3

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WEIGHT TRAINING FOR ACTIVE ADULTS

Instruction is given on weight machines and cardio equipment. Learn the appropriate settings and techniques for different exercises designed for your body and its changing needs. This six-week class is taught by a certified personal trainer. Age: 50+ Thu Jan 16-Feb 20 PDRC 12:30-1:30 pm $50/$60 140423-A Thu Apr 9-May 14 PDRC 12:30-1:30 pm $50/$60 140423-B

WEIGHT TRAINING FOR WOMEN WORKSHOP Want more information about weights, machines, and the myths surrounding exercise and women? This workshop is for you! Taught by a certified personal trainer, you will learn the appropriate settings and technique for different resistance exercises. You will also learn how to develop an exercise program for you to meet your fitness goals. Information will be presented and participants will have the opportunity to try the exercises as well. Age: 16+ Sat Jan 11 PDRC 8-10:30 am $70/$85 140424-A Sun Apr 5 PDRC 1-3:30 pm $70/$85 140424-B Mon Apr 27 PDRC 3-5:30 pm $70/$85 140424-C

JUST FOR GIRLS!

This class is designed especially for 6th and 7th grade girls. We will focus on exercise, movement, nutrition, stress relief, building self-esteem and creating healthy habits that will last a lifetime. Each girl will receive a journal to help her incorporate a home connection with the topics that will be covered in class. Girls will also have the option to receive their weight room certification during the course to ensure their success after the course ends. Age: 10-12 Wed Apr 1-May 6 PDRC 4:15-5:30 pm $75/$90 140411-A

YOUTH SPORTS PERFORMANCE

Classes lead by Personal Trainers who have specialized training with the young athlete. Activities will include strength training, agility drills, lateral movement, flexibility training, resistance running and more! You will also learn basic nutrition to properly fuel your body. Youth Sports Performance is a perfect training tool between athletic seasons. Call Veronica or Katie at 303.460.6900 to discuss private team training options. Age: 8-13 MW Jan 27-Mar 18 PDRC 5:15-6 pm $165/$180 140425-A

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FITNESS PROGRAMS

In this workshop, you will learn the ten basic mat exercises and seven fundamental skills needed in order to initiate movements from your core muscles, to help you get the most out of Pilates mat classes. Great for beginners as well as those who want to maximize the benefit of Pilates mat exercises. Age: 16+ Sun Feb 9 PDRC 1-3 pm $50/$60 140409-A

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YOUTH WEIGHT ROOM CERTIFICATION AT PDRC

Weight Training for Youth certification is given on cardiovascular equipment, cable machines and Cybex equipment. Taught by a certified personal trainer, each student learns their individual settings and proper form and technique. Upon successful completion, each student is certified to use the exercise equipment at PDRC and BCC during normal business hours after paying the daily drop-in fee. Available at NO CHARGE for 11-13 year olds with a recreation pass or $25 without a recreation pass. Email fitness@broomfield.org to set up your appointment.

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PRESCHOOL Each week, the JumpBunch® coach will introduce the fundamentals of a different sport or fitness activity. JumpBunch® teaches kids how to move their bodies while developing self-esteem, coordination, motor skills, muscle strength and more! Come see what being fit and having fun is all about! Age: 3-5 Tue Jan 14-Feb 18 PDRC 10:15-11 am $60/$72 140480-A Tue Feb 25-Apr 7* PDRC 10:15-11 am $60/$72 140480-B Tue Apr 14-May 19 PDRC 10:15-11 am $60/$72 140480-C * No Class Mar 24

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Want that look good, feel great confidence? We’ve got you. Our Broomfield Jazzercise instructors are expertly trained to mix in new moves with hit music, so classes are always different, keeping your workouts fresh and challenging. Ongoing training programs ensure that instructors master our method which fuses cardio, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, kickboxing and modern dance. Plus, we offer different formats for the variety you need to stay motivated and break through plateaus! This is NOT your mama’s Jazzercise

Join Jazzercise now… get a 3-month unlimited pass for just $99! Your pass is good at our 19 Jazzercise classes per week at both Broomfield locations:

Paul Derda Rec Center (13201 Lowell Blvd):

M/W 4:55p; T/Th/F 12:30p; T/Th 7:45p; Sat 10:30a; Sun 9:20a; Sun 10:05a T 12:30p & Sun 9:20a are Strength45 (45-min strength class). Fri 12:30p is Express (30 min).

Elite Martial Arts (12720 Lowell Blvd):

Fitness classes run on a year-round basis. You do not have to wait to join a fitness class. Purchase a Punch Pass or a Recreation Pass and try all the classes. Ages 12-15 year olds are welcome to join with an adult (18 years and older) or 16 years and older. Fitness class schedules change on a regular basis to meet the needs of our community. Latest schedules are available on BroomfieldRecreation.com. HOW DO I GET A SPOT IN CLASS? Space is available on a first come, first serve basis. Numbers for our Yoga, Pilates, Body Pump, Body Step, Silver Sneakers, Youth Cardio Games and Spinning classes are given out at the front desk 90 minutes prior to class start time. Numbers will be given out until five minutes after class starts. BARRE FUSION DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS Barre, now a drop-in class, develops strength, flexibility and endurance while burning calories. This workout will shape and elongate your muscles using low weights and a combination of high-intensity sequences of thigh, butt and core exercises at the barre as well as on the floor. Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+ ADDRESS YOUR ABS DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS Come and target the muscles of your midsection, abdominal and back, as well as upper thighs during this quick 25 minute workout. Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+

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This deal is available to new customers only, or those who have not attended for 6 months or more. Offer expires 2/29/20. Sign up in class, or get this special offer at our Square Online Store: https://squareup.com/store/jazzercise-broomfield/ Questions? Contact the class owner, Cheryl Reeder at jazzercise@reeder.com, or 303-748-3744.

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LES MILLS BODYSTEP® DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS BodyStep is a simple, athletic and fun workout using an adjustable step platform to step up and down to uplifting music. Some of the benefits you can expect to achieve in this class are toning from the lower body, increased cardio fitness and coordination, and upper and lower body conditioning for functional fitness. New choreography and music is introduced on a quarterly basis! Check the fitness studio bulletin boards for specific days and times of re-launches! Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+ LES MILLS TONE® DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS Step into a LES MILLS TONE class and you will tick off a complete strength, cardio and core workout in 4555 minutes. TONE is an all-in-one functional fitness mix designed to break down barriers and give you the freedom to work out your way. With options for every fitness level, it’s an inclusive workout that is guaranteed to make you feel welcome, successful and supported. Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+ SILVERSNEAKERS® DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS SilverSneakers® is a group of classes designed for active adults. Cardio: Combine fun and fitness to increase cardio and muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout. Upper body strength work with handheld weights, elastic tubing with handles and a ball is alternated with non-impact aerobic choreography. A chair is offered for support, stretching and relaxation exercises. Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+

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PARENT TOT JumpBunch® will encourage your toddler to explore, grow and play! They will be introduced to a wide-range of sports in a positive environment which will create a lifelong love of learning and fitness! Age: 15mo-3 Tue Jan 14-Feb 18 PDRC 11-11:30 am $54/$65 140481-A Tue Feb 25-Apr 7* PDRC 11-11:30 am $54/$65 140481-B Tue Apr 14-May 19 PDRC 11-11:30 am $54/$65 140481-C * No Class Mar 24

LES MILLS BODYPUMP® DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS The Fastest Way In The Universe To Get In Shape. BodyPump® is a strength endurance training class where muscle and music collide! Low on complexity but high in fun, BodyPump has all of the benefits of traditional weight training combined with time efficiency and predictability. BodyPump is great for "EVERY BODY." Check the fitness studio bulletin boards for specific days and times of re-launches! Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+

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JUMPBUNCH®:

STROLLER (MOMMY & ME) DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS Designed to give you a workout and bond with your newborn baby. Cardiovascular and strength training exercises will be incorporated to get you back in shape. All classes will start on the track, so bring your stroller (jogger or non-jogger) and enjoy a workout with other moms and babies. Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+ TABATA DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS HIGH-IMPACT! High-intensity intervals with 20 seconds of work followed by ten seconds of rest. Extremely effective for increasing cardiovascular health! Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+

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TRAIN LIKE A PRO DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS This class was not designed for the beginner but rather to push you to the next level by challenging your cardiovascular system through high-intensity interval training. The 45-minute class will cause muscle confusion and integrate a variety of different exercises to get the most out of your workout, and finishes with core work. Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+ ULTIMATE FITNESS DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS Get the most out of your workout! This class works between intervals of cardio and strength to give you a total body workout. Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+ YOUTH CARDIO GAMES DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS 30 minutes of instructor-led intervals and games on the treadmill, bike and/or elliptical, followed by 15 minutes of core work and stretching. Class meets on the back side of the track. Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 8-14 NON-CONTACT BOXING DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS This class will have you throwing jabs and combinations while mastering footwork and body position. Come prepared to work cardio, strength and core; leave heart healthier, stronger and functionally fit. Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+ BODY SCULPTING DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS Get conditioned with this total body workout. This class tones the whole body using any or all of the following: bands, body bars, fit balls, hand weights, tubing and more. Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+

Jazzercise is a pulse-pounding, beat-pumping fitness program that gets you results...fast. It's a calorietorching, hip-swiveling dance party workout to put your abs to the test, with a hot playlist to distract you from the burn. Incinerate up to 800 calories in one 60 min. class. Stop working out. Start working it...with Jazzercise! Questions can be answered at the first class or contact Cheryl Reeder at 303.748.3744. Class payment is made directly to the Jazzercise instructor. Age: 16+ EFT Monthly: 1 month $45 No EFT: 1 month $55 10 class pass $100 20 class pass $160 Drop-in $15

YOGA/PILATES/TAI CHI DROP-IN RATES AT PDRC

All Yoga/Pilates/Tai Chi Included in the Recreation Pass Adult Drop-In Resident $9 Non-Resident $10 10-Punch Card Resident $76 Non-Resident $90 All of our classes are multi-leveled classes. Some advanced exercises may be introduced in an attempt to challenge all participants. Please work at a level that is comfortable for you. Participants are encouraged to ask questions of their instructors regarding specific moves that are demonstrated. Class included with Recreation Pass and SilverSneakers Pass. Age: 16+ PILATES MATWORK DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS Pilates offers a system of conditioning to develop lean, well-toned muscles, balance, strength and flexibility, improved posture and concentration and an overall sense of well-being. When you finish a Pilates workout, you will feel refreshed, invigorated and energized. Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+ YOGA DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS This yoga class helps you achieve harmony between your body and mind. The practice of poses and breathing exercises cleanses your body, restores your energy, and makes you stronger and more flexible; it also enables you to achieve emotional balance, leaving you better equipped to deal with the demands of your lifestyle. Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+

Kids FISHING DERBY Take your child or grandchild fishing right here in Broomfield at Tom Frost Reservoir! A brief intro fishing clinic, poles, and bait are provided. Adult supervision and FREE registration are required.

MASSAGE THERAPY

Relieve Stress and Pain! Many athletes use massage therapy as a means of preventing and/or healing sports injuries. Swedish, Deep Tissue and Sports Massage are common therapies that will aid your recovery. They help flush out exercise by–products that cause muscle stiffness and soreness, improve circulation and range of motion, relieve spasms, restore suppleness, and can identify tender areas before they develop into injuries. Regularly scheduled massages help to improve range of motion, and prevent injuries to muscles and tendons, boost energy and endurance, promote endorphin release, thereby reducing pain caused by constricting muscle fibers. Book your massage appointment today online at B-REx.com. JENNIFER CORRIGAN is a certified massage therapist who graduated from the Boulder College of Massage Therapy (BCMT) in 1994. Jennifer has been a professional massage therapist since 1995 specializing in Neuromuscular, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Swedish and Reflexology. Appointments available at B-REx.com or call 303.460.6900. Tuesdays 6-9:30 pm Saturdays 8 am-12:30 pm Sundays 10 am-1:30 pm Fee Rec Pass Senior Fee 60 Minutes $65 $55 $45 90 Minutes* $85 $75 $60 *90 Minute massages must be reserved at the PDRC front desk.

TAEKWONDO

ITF certified Grandmaster and master teach all aspects of Taekwondo (basic movement, patterns, sparring, self-defense, and breaking) for all levels, white to 8th degree black belt. Registration and participation fee are due on the first day of class. Late registrations welcome! More information at info@trinitytkd.com or TrinityTKD. com. Payable by check, credit card, or cash to Trinity Taekwondo. Start now and begin the path to become a Black Belt! BEGINNER (WHITE BELT CLASS) This class is focused on helping kids grow through martial arts training in a family-oriented environment. Kids learn that no task is too difficult and are encouraged in their successes and challenges. Age: 5+ MW Jan 6-Dec 30* BCC 5:45-6:15 pm Sat Jan 4-Dec 26 BCC 1-2 pm * No Class Jan 1, May 25 ADVANCED (BLUE BELT & ABOVE CLASS) This class offers superior martial arts instruction in Taekwondo. Age: 12+ MW Jan 6-Dec 30* BCC 7:15-8:45 pm Fri Jan 3-Dec 18 BCC 5:30-7 pm Red/Black Belt Only Sat Jan 4-Dec 26 BCC 2:15-4 pm * No Class Jan 1, May 25

INTERMEDIATE (YELLOW & GREEN BELT CLASS) This class offers superior martial arts instruction in Taekwondo. Students develop and harness their inner strength through rigorous, disciplined and fast-paced classes focused on stretching, physical conditioning, and technique (i.e. kicks, punches, strikes and blocks.) Age: 12+ MW Jan 6-Dec 30* BCC 6:15-7:15 pm Sat Jan 4-Dec 26 BCC 2:15-4 pm * No Class Jan 1, May 25

HEALTHY HEARTS WALKING PROGRAM

A Walkabout through Australia!! Join us at the Paul Derda Recreation for the Healthy Hearts Walking Program. No registration required. For SilverSneakers members or All Facility passholders, there's no cost and all other participants pay only $1 per visit. We will warm up, stretch and walk on the track. There is staff on-site to assist and help you. We have a party at the end of each session to celebrate our great success. For more information, please call Kim at 303.464.5536. Age: 55+ TuTh Jan 7-Mar 5 PDRC 8-10 am TuTh Apr 7-Jun 11 PDRC 8-10 am

ACTIVE ADULT NEW MEMBER MEETING

Meet your Active Adult Advisor and learn all about the many benefits of your membership and the fitness classes we offer. Registration is limited to members with qualifying insurance plans. Age: 18+ Wed Jan 8 PDRC 11 am-12 pm FREE 140815-A Wed Jan 15 BCC 1-2 pm FREE 140815-B Wed Feb 5 PDRC 11 am-12 pm FREE 140815-C Wed Feb 12 BCC 1-2 pm FREE 140815-D Wed Mar 4 PDRC 11 am-12 pm FREE 140815-E Wed Mar 11 BCC 1-2 pm FREE 140815-F Wed Apr 1 PDRC 11 am-12 pm FREE 140815-G Wed Apr 8 BCC 1-2 pm FREE 140815-H Wed May 6 PDRC 11 am-12 pm FREE 140815-I Wed May 13 BCC 1-2 pm FREE 140815-J

ACTIVE ADULT FITNESS ASSESSMENT

This is an opportunity to receive an overall "snapshot" of your fitness status. Participate in five different exercises to test muscular strength, flexibility, body composition, balance and power. When completed, you will have a better understanding of your physical stamina and where to improve. Please wear "workout" clothes and bring water. Register at the PDRC front desk. Fitness Assessment is FREE to Active Adult Members with qualifying insurance passes. Age: 60+ Fri Jan 24 PDRC 1-2:30 pm $8/$14 140816-A Fri Feb 28 PDRC 1-2:30 pm $8/$14 140816-B Fri Mar 27 PDRC 1-2:30 pm $8/$14 140816-C Fri Apr 24 PDRC 1-2:30 pm $8/$14 140816-D Fri May 29 PDRC 1-2:30 pm $8/$14 140816-E

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FITNESS: DROP-IN

TAI CHI DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS Continuing Tai Chi: Focusing on the latter two thirds of Cheng Man-ch'ing's Yang Short Form, and advanced practices such as push hands, students are required to know the first third of the form to join this class. Beginning Tai Chi: Focusing on the first third of Cheng Man-ch'ing's Yang Short Form, all levels are welcome. Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+

JAZZERCISE® DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS

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SPINNING® DROP-IN FITNESS CLASS Spinning is an indoor stationary bike class guaranteed to challenge you, no matter what your fitness level. All levels are encouraged to come. First time riders should arrive 5 to 10 minutes early for instruction on proper bike set-up. Limited bikes available. Numbers to attend class are available 90 minutes prior to class start time. Class included with all Recreation Facility Passes. Age: 16+

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Join us for a guided tour through PDRC to learn how to use the cardio and nine pieces of Cybex equipment for a complete total body workout. Register at the PDRC front desk. Age: 60+ Thu Jan 16 PDRC 1:30-2:30 pm FREE 140817-A Thu Feb 20 PDRC 1:30-2:30 pm FREE 140817-B Thu Mar 19 PDRC 1:30-2:30 pm FREE 140817-C Thu Apr 16 PDRC 1:30-2:30 pm FREE 140817-D Thu May 21 PDRC 1:30-2:30 pm FREE 140817-E

MEDICAL FOOT CARE WITH DR. TAYLOR

Services provided by Dr. Scott Taylor, Podiatrist. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 303.464.5526. Financial assistance is available for those qualified, thanks to the SRB Support Fund. Age: 55+ 1st Fri Jan 3-May 1 BCC 9 am-4 pm $31 180741-A

The Family Hearing Center provides a free hearing clinic including: ear wax removal, hearing screening and hearing device maintenance & repairs. Registration required by calling 303.464.5526. For additional information, call Family Hearing Center 303.465.4327. Age: 21+ 4th Mon Jan 27-May 25 BCC 9 am-12 pm FREE 180742-A

This group is for family, friends, and caregivers of someone with Alzheimer's disease or another form of dementia. Facilitated by an Alzheimer's Association volunteer, this is a safe place to share concerns, receive support and learn about coping techniques and tips during the difficult journey. No registration required. For additional information, call 303.464.5526. Age: 21+ 3rd Tue Jan 21-Dec 15 BCC 10-11:30 am FREE

DIABETIC SUPPORT GROUP

Typically, this group discusses all aspects of diabetes including what it is and how to manage it on a day to day basis. Facilitated by a Registered Nurse who is also a Certified Diabetes Educator with Kaiser Permanente. No registration required. For more information, call 303.464.5526. Age: 21+ 4th Mon Jan 27-Dec 21 BCC 1-2 pm FREE

GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP

This group offers support to those who have experienced the death of a family member, friend or someone important to them. This is a safe place to find and offer support to others experiencing the many aspects of grief. Sponsored by Halcyon Hospice and Palliative Care. Before attending, please call Lisa Apel, MA, LPC, facilitator at 303.717.1635. Age: 21+ 1st & 3rd Wed Jan 15-Dec 16 BCC 10:30 am-12 pm FREE

LOW VISION PEER AND TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT GROUP

This group offers low vision education, information on current research and treatment, skill training and resources including technology devices for any type of low vision. Caregivers and family of those with low vision are welcome to attend. Facilitated by staff from the Beyond Vision program with Center for People with Disabilities (CPWD) and the Colorado Center for the Blind. No registration required. For more information, call 303.790.1390. Age: 21+ 2nd Tue Jan 14-Dec 8 BCC 1:30-2:30 pm FREE

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SUPPORT GROUP

This group is for family, friends, and caregivers of someone with Alzheimer's disease or another form of dementia. Facilitated by an Alzheimer's Association volunteer, this is a safe place to share concerns, receive support and learn about coping techniques and tips during the difficult journey. No registration required. For additional information, call 303.464.5526. Age: 21+ 1st Tue Jan 7-Dec 1 BCC 10 am-12 pm FREE

PARKINSON'S SUPPORT GROUP

This group is comprised of individuals with Parkinson's and their caregivers and provides speakers who broaden the members' knowledge about the disease and resources available. Members also share their personal experiences and offer mutual support. Facilitated by Jill Johnson, jilljohnson.park@gmail.com or 303.325.6868 and Kathie Schumacher, kathieschu@gmail.com or 720.887.5968. No registration required. Age: 21+ 1st Tue Jan 7-Dec 1 BCC 10:30 am-12 pm FREE

PARKINSON'S CAREPARTNERS SUPPORT GROUP

This group provides emotional support for the Carepartner and family of those with Parkinson's. Facilitated by Kathie Schumacher, Kathieschu@gmail. com or 720.887.5968. Meets monthly on the Friday following the Parkinson's Support Group Meeting. No registration required. Age: 21+ Fri Jan 10-Dec 4 BCC 10:30 am-12 pm FREE

OLOC (OLDER LESBIANS ORGANIZING FOR CHANGE) SUPPORT GROUP

This group is the Northern Colorado local chapter for OLOC (Older Lesbians Organizing for Change). The meetings change locations each month and often include a speaker and lunch. For location and information, please email: olocincolorado@comcast.net Age: 60+ 2nd Sat Jan 11-Dec 12 BCC 12-3 pm FREE

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CANCER SUPPORT GROUP

The cancer support group provides a time and space for patients, survivors, caregivers and family members of any cancer diagnosis to connect with one another and receive information on resources and support. Please email Jane at jane.harris@cancer.org or by phone at 720.588.6415 before attending. Age: 21+ 1st Thu Jan 2-Dec 3 HHS 5:30-7 pm FREE

NORTH METRO BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK

North Metro Fire needs your help in reducing heart disease and strokes in our community by coming in for a FREE blood pressure check. At the end of the blood pressure check you will receive a monitoring card to keep track of any changes that may occur in your blood pressure over time. Join us in bringing awareness to heart health. No registration required. For more information please call 303.464.5526. Age: 21+ 1st Wed Feb 5-Dec 2 BCC 11:30 am-12 pm FREE

DAILY LAKESHORE LUNCH

A delicious hot lunch is served Monday-Friday. Reservations are required and must be received by 4 p.m. the previous business day at 303.464.5526. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify thanks to the SRB Support Fund. Menus available at BroomfieldSeniors.com. Age: ALL M-F Jan 1-Dec 31 BCC 12-1 pm $4/$4.50/$5 480999-A

LAKESHORE LUNCH:

BIRTHDAY FRIDAY Celebrate your birthday with Broomfield Senior Services! We celebrate birthdays the first Friday of each month. Make a reservation for lunch for the month of your birthday and join us in celebration; we'll treat you to lunch, compliments of SRB! This service is available for Broomfield residents 60+ only. For all others, the fee is $4.50 60+ / $5 younger than age 60. Age: 18+ Fri Jan 3-Dec 4 BCC 12-1 pm $4.50/$5 480990-A

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HEARING CLINIC

DEMENTIA CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP

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LAKESHORE LUNCH:

MARDI GRAS Come on down to Lakeshore Café for a traditional Fat Tuesday celebration with authentic New Orleans style food and entertainment. Pre-registration is required. Cancellations made after February 19 will result in no credit/refund. Age: ALL Tue Feb 25 BCC 12-1 pm $6/$7.50 180901-A

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VALENTINE'S DAY Enjoy this special day with a fabulous lunch at Lakeshore Café complete with entertainment. Menu includes: slow-roasted beef, mashed potatoes, creamy beets, field greens salad and Cupid's cake. Pre-registration is required. Cancellations made after February 10 will result in no credit/refund. Age: ALL Fri Feb 14 BCC 12-1 pm $6/$7.50 180902-A

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY Put on your green and join Lakeshore Café for a St. Patrick's celebration with corned beef and cabbage and enjoy the fantastic Irish entertainment. Pre-registration is required. Cancellations made after March 11 will result in no credit/refund. Age: ALL Tue Mar 17 BCC 12-1 pm $6/$7.50 180903-A

LAKESHORE LUNCH:

EASTER Hippity-hop your way down to Lakeshore Café in your favorite Easter Bonnet for this fun and delicious lunch. The Easter Bunny will make a visit and hand out goodies. Menu options will be baked ham or fish, you choose when signing up. Pre-registration is required. Cancellations made after April 6 will result in no credit/refund. Age: ALL Fri Apr 10 BCC 12-1 pm $6/$7.50 180904-A

LAKESHORE LUNCH:

VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION As part of Volunteer Appreciation Week, we would like to recognize the efforts of volunteers! This is a free lunch for all current volunteers of Broomfield Senior Services as a THANK YOU for all you do. Non-volunteers are welcome to attend and pay the special lunch rate. Preregistration is required. Cancellations made after April 16 will result in no credit/refund. Age: ALL Wed Apr 22 BCC 12-1 pm $6/$7.50 180905-A

LAKESHORE LUNCH:

MOTHER'S DAY Bring your Mom, or come to celebrate and remember her, to the Lakeshore Café Mother's Day luncheon. The kitchen is preparing a special slow-simmered beef lunch for all. Entertainment is provided. Pre-registration is required. Cancellations made after May 4 will result in no credit/refund. Age: ALL Fri May 8 BCC 12-1 pm $6/$7.50 180906-A

HEALTHY HEARTS LUNCH

Healthy Hearts Lunches are the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month. Senior nutrition and wellness information is given while enjoying a heart-healthy lunch. Sponsored by Senior Resources of Broomfield, Inc. (SRB) on the 1st Wednesday of the month, and sponsored by Broomfield Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Please call 303.464.5526 for more information. Fees: $2 Resident Senior 60+/$4.50 Non-Resident Senior 60+/$5 Under 60 years Age: All (under 16 needs adult) Wed Jan 15 BCC 12-1 pm $2/$4.50/$5 180997-A Wed Feb 5 BCC 12-1 pm $2/$4.50/$5 180997-B Wed Feb 19 BCC 12-1 pm $2/$4.50/$5 180997-C Wed Mar 4 BCC 12-1 pm $2/$4.50/$5 180997-D Wed Mar 18 BCC 12-1 pm $2/$4.50/$5 180997-E Wed Apr 1 BCC 12-1 pm $2/$4.50/$5 180997-F Wed Apr 15 BCC 12-1 pm $2/$4.50/$5 180997-G Wed May 6 BCC 12-1 pm $2/$4.50/$5 180997-H Wed May 20 BCC 12-1 pm $2/$4.50/$5 180997-I

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C R E AT I V E B R O O M F I E L D Promoting Cultural activities and strengthening for all agesa healthy community.

MEALS ON WHEELS

For Broomfield residents 60+ who have trouble cooking their own meals and individuals younger than age 60 with a medical referral. Caregiving family members who reside at the same address may also qualify. Meals are delivered at lunch time to your home. Frozen Meals are available for weekends and holidays. Menus are provided monthly; you choose the meals you would like delivered. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify thanks to the SRB Support Fund. Fees: $4 hot meal MonFri/$2 frozen weekend meal. For more information or to start receiving meals call 303.464.5532. Age: 60+ M-F Jan 1-Dec 31 BCC 10 am-1 pm $4 480998-A

STASH MEDIA PRESENTS ONE SHORT ANIMATED NIGHT

A special one night screening of comedic and inspirational animated short films from Stash Media. More information at Broomfield.org/CreativeSeason. Age: ALL Fri Jan 24 Audi 7-8:30 pm FREE 112501-TIXA

THE KING OF ROCK FLAMENCO

Javi, out of Mexico City, joins the spirit of flamenco with the heart of rock producing the unparalleled experience of Rock Flamenco. Through his distinct sound, he paints an auditory portrait composed of strength and intimacy, reflecting his experiential existence as both human and artist. Collaborations color his compositions as he endlessly evolves his music, warranting his title. More information at Broomfield.org/CreativeSeason. Age: ALL Wed Feb 5 Audi 7-8 pm FREE 112001-TIXA

CALL OF THE WILD:

ILLUSTRATED EDITION Jack London's classic tale live on stage. This multimedia adventure mixes classic storytelling with projected illustrations to tell the story of Buck, the magnificent cross-bred offspring of a St. Bernard and Scottish Collie. Kidnapped from his lavish life on a California estate and sent to work as a sled dog during the great Klondike Gold Rush, Buck fights to survive and becomes the most famous dog in the whole history of the northland. $20 Advance / $25 At the door. All Sales Final. More information at Broomfield.org/CreativeSeason. Age: ALL Fri Feb 28 Audi 7-8 pm $20/$25 112402-TIXA

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BRAD GOODE

Called "The lyrical genius of the trumpet," by the Chicago Tribune, trumpeter Brad Goode lives in Boulder, and teaches in the College of Music at CU. However, he is known worldwide as a unique and exciting stylist who brings drama and passion to every performance. In this program, he brings new treatments to familiar melodies, with a world music groove that will have you dancing in your seat. $10 Advance / $15 At the door. All Sales Final. More information at Broomfield.org/CreativeSeason. Age: ALL Wed Mar 4 Audi 7-8:30 pm $10/$15 112002-TIXA

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THE FIRST SUFFRAGETTE

It was Lucy Stone who converted Susan B. Anthony to the cause of women's suffrage. Stone spent her life devoted to women's issues. Join Lyda Mary Hardy for this first-person living history portrayal of Lucy Stone. More information at Broomfield.org/CreativeSeason. Age: ALL Wed Apr 1 Audi 7-8 pm FREE 116601-TIXA

CLASSICS OF THE SILENT ERA:

THE KID & ONE

WEEK Go back to a time when the movies had no spoken words but live music to accompany them. Featuring The Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra is a five piece chamber ensemble, performing along with Charlie Chaplin's The Kid and Buster Keaton's One Week.$10 Advance / $15 At the door. All Sales Final. More information at Broomfield. org/CreativeSeason. Age: ALL Fri Apr 17 Audi 7-8:30 pm $10/$15 112502-TIXA

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KINDERMUSIK:

LEVEL 1 Is your baby walking – walking – walking? No need to sit still in the circle, Kindermusik understands that walkers need to get up and move around the room! You and your new walker will love singing, listening, instrument play, storytime, pretend play and creative movement – together. A $35 Kindermusik Online fee is due at the first class. Age: 12-23 mo Thu Jan 16-Apr 23* BCC 9:15-10 am $145/$175 142002-A * No Class Feb 13, Mar 26, Apr 2

KINDERMUSIK:

In 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts an extraordinary series of events coupled with the hysterical reaction of the community, resulted in what is referred to as the Salem Witch Hunt. Join Active Minds in trying to understand this unusual period in US History. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Age: 18+ Wed Jan 15 Library 6-7 pm FREE 156660-A

LEVEL 2 For busy parents trying to bond with even busier tots! You'll cherish "our time" to sing, listen, explore instruments, enjoy literature and discover movement – together! A $35 Kindermusik Online fee is due at the first class. Age: 22 mo – 3 years 11 mo Thu Jan 16-Apr 23* BCC 10:15-11 am $145/$175 142003-A * No Class Feb 13, Mar 26, Apr 2

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KINDERMUSIK:

FOUNDATIONS Bond with your baby, and connect with mommies just like you! In this class especially for our youngest babies, activities will be tailored to lap babies, crawlers and learning walkers. Our infant communication activities include singing, listening, object exploration with colorful balls and scarves, playing baby-safe instruments, storytime and group dances. A $35 Kindermusik Online fee is due at first class. Age: 0 – 14 mo Mon Jan 13-Apr 27* BCC 9:15-10 am $145/$175 142001-A * No Class Jan 20, Feb 17, Mar 23, 30

MIXED-AGES (FOR SIBLINGS) The perfect class for Moms of two! Your older toddler will love to sing, listen, and play simple instruments while baby snuggles in Mom's lap with a baby-safe instrument. All together, we'll move along to a story, rock as a family group, and do group dances in a circle. Kindermusik Online Fee of $35 per family due to instructor on first day. When two children are enrolled from the same family, a discount will be applied in your final shopping cart. Age: 0 – 4 Mon Jan 13-Apr 27* BCC 10:15-11 am $145/$175 142004-A * No Class Jan 20, Feb 17, Mar 23, 30

Sing

Bring your special little ones and enjoy dancing, cuddling, singing and playing together in these interactive music programs for babies and young toddlers with their parent or caregiver. A schedule of performers will be available in the Children's Library monthly newsletter, and on BroomfieldChildrensLibrary.org. No registration required. Age: 0-35 mo with adult Sat Jan 11 Library 10-10:30 am FREE Sat Feb 8 Audi 10-10:30 am FREE Sat Mar 14 Library 10-10:30 am FREE Sat Apr 11 Library 10-10:30 am FREE Sat May 9 Library 10-10:30 am FREE

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WOMEN IN MUSIC: FEMALE COMPOSERS

In the past, gifted female composers faced strong opposition in a male-dominated field, yet their creative urge could not be stymied. Join Active Minds to enjoy the works of Clara Schumann, Fanny Mendelssohn, Alma Mahler, and other courageous, talented women of music. Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Age: 15+ Wed Mar 18 Library 2-4 pm FREE 152060-A

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The last class is a show to perform all of the numbers for parents and grandparents. Just come to the first class and register at that time. Remember, dance is for everyone!! Broomfield Recreation Dance classes held at: Taps 'N Toes Dance Studio, 6855 West 116th Ave, Broomfield, CO 80020 TAPS 'N TOES: HIP HOP This class is designed for dancers who want to learn basic hip hop moves. We dance to music from the radio and your favorite music videos. AGE: 5-8 Fri Jan 10-Mar 13 TapsToes 4-5 pm $90/$90 142101-A Fri Mar 20-May 15 TapsToes 4-5 pm $90/$90 142101-C AGE: 9-13 Fri Jan 10-Mar 13 TapsToes 5-6 pm $90/$90 142101-B Fri Mar 20-May 15 TapsToes 5-6 pm $90/$90 142101-D TAPS 'N TOES: TAP/BALLET/JAZZ This class is designed for dancers who want to learn to dance tap, ballet, and jazz. We dance to Disney-type classics, fun oldies, and cute jazz numbers. AGE: 3-4 Mon Jan 6-Mar 9 TapsToes 11:15 am-12 pm $90/$90 142102-A Mon Jan 6-Mar 9 TapsToes 3:30-4:15 pm $90/$90 142102-B Mon Mar 16-May 11 TapsToes 11:15 am-12 pm $90/$90 142102-D Mon Mar 16-May 11 TapsToes 3:30-4:15 pm $90/$90 142102-E AGE: 5-8 Mon Jan 6-Mar 9 TapsToes 4:30-5:15 pm $90/$90 142102-C Mon Mar 16-May 11 TapsToes 4:30-5:15 pm $90/$90 142102-F

For those just itchin' to learn some great line dance skills, this class is for you. Wear comfortable clothing and easy to dance in shoes and join the fun. No partners needed. Drop-in Only! You may use a Punch Pass, All Facility Pass or SilverSneakers® pass. Age: 21+ Thu Jan 2-Dec 31 BCC 11 am-12 pm $3/$4.75

INTERMEDIATE LINE DANCING

For those just itchin' to sharpen your dance skills this class is for you. Wear comfortable clothing and easy to dance in shoes and join the fun. No partners needed. Drop-in Only! You may use a Punch Pass, All Facility Pass or SilverSneakers® pass. Age: 21+ Thu Jan 2-Dec 31 BCC 9:30-11 am $3/$4.75

GALLERY ON THE GO:

KIDS N' CANVAS-ACRYLIC PAINT POUR CLASS Ever seen those fantastic Paint Pour works of art? Well, we are going to be making one today! We will create a beautiful random 10x10 masterpiece, and two 4x4 coasters, using the cup flip technique. Kids will receive step-by-step instructions for a fun piece of art they can be proud of! All materials and snack provided. Age: ALL Sat Feb 15 BCC 10 am-12 pm $22/$26 142210-A

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KIDS N' CANVAS We will paint a fun, amazing, kid-friendly featured painting. Kids will receive step-by-step instructions for a fun piece of art they can be proud of! All materials and snack provided. Age: 6-16 Sat Jan 18 BCC 10 am-12 pm $17/$20 142211-A Sat Mar 21 BCC 10 am-12 pm $17/$20 142211-B Sat Apr 18 BCC 10 am-12 pm $17/$20 142211-C Sat May 16 BCC 10 am-12 pm $17/$20 142211-D

GALLERY ON THE GO:

ADULT PAINT N' SIP Come paint the day away creating a featured acrylic painting. Spend time with friends and/or family in a relaxed atmosphere, be creative and enjoy some refreshments. All materials and step-by-step instructions provided. No experience needed! Age: 18+ Fri Mar 20 BCC 4:45-6:45 pm $26/$30 142212-A Fri May 15 BCC 4:45-6:45 pm $26/$30 142212-B

GALLERY ON THE GO: ADULT PAINT N' SIP ANTI DIY Come craft and paint with us, creating our featured Art Bar Anti-DIY craft. Because no one should craft alone! Spend time with friends and/or family in a relaxed atmosphere, be creative and enjoy some refreshments. All materials and step-by-step instructions provided. No experience needed! Age: 18+ Fri Jan 17 BCC 4:45-6:45 pm $30/$35 142213-A

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PRESCHOOL DRAWING Preschoolers can draw too! Our youngest artists learn about putting basic shapes together to create beautiful images. Preschool kids have fun drawing childfriendly content, all while growing their skills in shape recognition, pencil control, attention to detail and more. Come draw with us this Fall! Age: 3.5-5 Thu Jan 9-30 PDRC 4-4:45 pm $39/$46 142240-A Thu Feb 6-27 PDRC 4-4:45 pm $39/$46 142240-B Thu Mar 5-Apr 2* PDRC 4-4:45 pm $39/$46 142240-C Thu Apr 9-30 PDRC 4-4:45 pm $39/$46 142240-D Thu May 7-28 PDRC 4-4:45 pm $39/$46 142240-E * No Class Mar 26

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MUSIC

Azteca Arts Colorado is a collaboration of artists with roots in the indigenous cultures of North America, particularly Mexico. Through the use of dance, music, storytelling, and ceremony Azteca Arts Colorado endeavor to create beauty. More information at Broomfield.org/CreativeSeason. Age: All (under 12 needs adult) Wed May 6 Audi 7-8:30 pm FREE 112101-TIXA

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ELEMENTARY DRAWING Learn to draw using our award-winning, step-by-step method. Drawings reflect the changing seasons and the world around us, and include playful characters, realistic designs, and an art history piece each month. Fun drawings with kid-friendly content capture their attention all while improving fine-motor skills, attention to detail and selfconfidence! Young Rembrandts offers exciting new lessons every session so your child never repeats a lesson and can continue to grow his/her skills all year. Age: 5.5-12 Thu Jan 9-30 PDRC 5-6 pm $54/$64 142241-A Thu Feb 6-27 PDRC 5-6 pm $54/$64 142241-B Thu Mar 5-Apr 2* PDRC 5-6 pm $54/$64 142241-C Thu Apr 9-30 PDRC 5-6 pm $54/$64 142241-D Thu May 7-28 PDRC 5-6 pm $54/$64 142241-E * No Class Mar 26

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ART STOP ON THE GO

The Children's Library and Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art have teamed up to bring several free art-making workshops to the library for kids! No registration. Pick up a free ticket at the Children's Desk beginning 30 minutes before the program. Age: 6-12 Tue Jan 28 Library 4-5 pm FREE Tue Feb 25 Library 4-5 pm FREE Tue Mar 24 Library 4-5 pm FREE Tue Apr 28 Library 4-5 pm FREE

Give your right brain some love by joining art club! All levels of experience welcome. Materials and snacks provided. Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Registration for April and May will be available beginning February 27. Age: 13-18 Thu Jan 9 inventHQ 5-7 pm FREE 152230-A Thu Feb 13 inventHQ 5-7 pm FREE 152230-B Thu Mar 12 inventHQ 5-7 pm FREE 152230-C Thu Apr 9 inventHQ 5-7 pm FREE 152230-D Thu May 14 inventHQ 5-7 pm FREE 152230-E

MOTHER'S DAY HENNA

Explore the beauty and intricacy of henna with a professional artist in this hands-on workshop with your mom, parent, or favorite adult. Separate registration for teen AND accompanying adult is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Registration will be available beginning February 27. Age: 13-18 with adult Sat May 9 Library 2-4 pm FREE 152231-A

AFTERNOON READING FUN Students in Kindergarten through 5th grade can build confidence and fluency in their abilities by reading aloud to trained therapy dogs. Bring your own book or choose a library book and our dog friends will listen without correcting or judging. Sign up at the Children's Desk starting at 3:45 p.m. on the day of the program. Age: 5-10 Thu Jan 9-May 14 Library 4-5 pm FREE 152301-A

THE WRITE HOUR

Each week we'll experiment with a new form of writing. We'll write fiction, poetry, plays, letters, diaries, and more! By the end of the month, you'll have a portfolio full of creative work that shows off all the different and wonderful ways to tell a story. Register for one week or all four. Presented by Lighthouse Writers Workshop. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Age: 9-12 Mon Feb 3 Library 4-5 pm FREE 152302-A Mon Feb 10 Library 4-5 pm FREE 152302-B Mon Feb 17 Library 4-5 pm FREE 152302-C Mon Feb 24 Library 4-5 pm FREE 152302-D

JUNIOR BOOK CLUB

For kids in 4 and 5 grade. Join us every month for a book discussion, snacks and fun! Register in person at the Children's Desk starting one month in advance of the book club date. When you register you will be assigned a copy of the book to read and use for the program. Age: 9-11 Wed Jan 15 Library 4-5 pm FREE 152303-A Wed Feb 19 Library 4-5 pm FREE 152303-B Wed Mar 18 Library 4-5 pm FREE 152303-C Wed Apr 15 Library 4-5 pm FREE 152303-D Wed May 20 Library 4-5 pm FREE 152303-E th

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BROOMFIELD K-9 POLICE DOGS

Did you know that Broomfield has its own special K-9 police unit? Each K-9 handler is assigned a canine partner that lives and works with them full-time. All of the K-9 teams have been trained and certified in narcotics detection, tracking, and criminal apprehension. Come meet a K-9 team or two and hear about their day to day duties and experiences. Registration is required. This is part of the One Book One Broomfield Junior special programming. Age: 6+ Wed Mar 11 Library 4-5 pm FREE 152307-A

SUMMER LIBRARY ADVENTURES KICKOFF PARTY!

Save the date! Join in on the fun for the first day of Summer Library Adventures. Start your summer off right by signing up for the reading program as you enjoy music, outdoor activities, art, and more! Age: All (under 12 needs adult) Sat May 30 Library 9 am-3 pm FREE

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PIZZA & PROSE

Boost your writing skills with the help of a professional writer. Feel free to bring your own pieces and samples of writing. Pizza will be served since it makes everything better! Registration is required. Please note: Programs that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Age: Grades 6-12 Sun Mar 22 Library 2-4 pm FREE 152330-A

TEEN WRITING CLUB

As Terry Pratchett once said, "The first draft is just you telling yourself the story." Share your work in progress with a group of fellow storytellers in Teen Writing Club! Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Registration for April and May will be available beginning February 27. Age: 13-18 Sat Jan 4 Library 10-11 am FREE 152331-A Sat Feb 1 Library 10-11 am FREE 152331-B Sat Mar 7 Library 10-11 am FREE 152331-C Sat Apr 4 Library 10-11 am FREE 152331-D Sat May 2 Library 10-11 am FREE 152331-E

WRITING GROUP

Explore this forum to write, create, and critique in a supportive, honest environment. Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Registration for April and May will be available beginning February 27. Age: 18+ Tue Jan 28 Library 6:30-8:30 pm FREE 152360-A Tue Feb 25 Library 6:30-8:30 pm FREE 152360-B Tue Mar 24 Library 6:30-8:30 pm FREE 152360-C Tue Apr 28 Library 6:30-8:30 pm FREE 152360-D Tue May 26 Library 6:30-8:30 pm FREE 152360-E

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The Broomfield Library is delighted to announce the One Book One Broomfield Junior 2020 author will be two-time Newbery Award Medal winner Kate DiCamillo and her book Because of Winn-Dixie! Read the book, then come hear Kate speak in person! Reserve your free tickets starting January 15, 2020. Watch for a variety of dog-themed programs for all ages at the Library, Depot Museum, Auditorium and inventHQ in the weeks leading up to Kate’s visit. Age: 7-11 with adult Sun Mar 15 Audi 2-3 pm FREE 152304-TIX

Join us for a morning of all things dog! Meet local author Charlotte Havey, hear her story of the famous Broomfield dog Shep and buy a copy of her book to get autographed. Then make some fun dog crafts for all ages! Registration is required. This is part of the One Book One Broomfield Junior special programming. Age: 5-12 Sat Feb 22 Depot 10 am-12 pm FREE 152305-A

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Learn about the wonderful work of the Guide Dogs for the Blind volunteer puppy raisers program and get a greater understanding of what it takes for a dog to become a Guide Dog for the Blind. The puppy raisers will share their stories and introduce their dogs and after the presentation we’ll have a meet-and-greet with the puppies! Registration is required. This is part of the One Book One Broomfield Junior special programming. Age: 6+ Wed Feb 12 Library 4-5:30 pm FREE 152306-A

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TEEN ART CLUB

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Learn to make and decorate French macarons. A $5 supply fee will be due to the instructor at the class. Age: 12+ Thu Feb 6 PDRC 5:30-8:30 pm $30/$36 142270-A Thu May 7 PDRC 5:30-8:30 pm $30/$36 142270-B

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At Bloom Fine Arts Preschool, we believe children blossom best when participating in the arts. Through Dance, Music, Art and Theater, our students develop creativity while learning academics that will prepare them for Kindergarten and beyond.

NOW ENROLLING FOR THE

2020 - 2021 SCHOOL YEAR

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HISTOREADS BOOK GROUP

Accepting new members! Celebrate your love of history as you read and discuss historical fiction and history titles. Please see the Library's Community & Book Groups page for upcoming titles. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum attendance may be canceled. Age: 18+ 3rd Tue Jan 21-Dec 15 Depot 10:30-11:30 am FREE

SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY BOOK GROUP

Accepting new members! Indulge your love of fantasy and science fiction as you read and discuss books from either genre. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum attendance may be canceled. Age: 18+ 2nd Wed Jan 8-Dec 9* Library 7-8:45 pm FREE * No Class Nov 11

SECOND MONDAY READERS BOOK GROUP Accepting new members! Engage with others through reading and discussion of both fiction and nonfiction titles. Meetings take place on the second Monday of each month. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum attendance may be canceled. Age: 18+ Mon Jan 13-Dec 14 Library 7-8 pm FREE

DOGGIE DANCE WITH SIENNA & JOEY

Denise Gard's famous Border Collies, Sienna and Joey, perform some groovy tricks in this fun and engaging show! Discover some incredible stories set to music! Then dance like a dog! No registration. This program is held at Jefferson Academy Secondary School and is part of the One Book One Broomfield Junior special programming. Age: 3+ Sat Mar 7 Jeff.Acad 2-3 pm FREE

Kick off your weekend right with food, friends, and a great movie at the Library! Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Registration for May will be available beginning February 27. Age: 13-18 HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER'S STONE Fri Feb 21 Library 5:30-8:15 pm FREE 152530-A HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS Fri May 8 Library 5:30-8:15 pm FREE 152530-B

FRIDAY FILM

See a new-to-DVD film on the second Friday of each month, complete with popcorn! Call 720.887.2350 for upcoming titles. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum attendance may be canceled. Age: 18+ Fri Jan 10-Dec 11 Library 2-4 pm FREE 452560-A

55+ MAKE-AND-TAKE

Get familiar with the Library's makerspace (on the second floor of 6 Garden Center)! Explore amazing technology in these simple, creative, "make-and-take" sessions. Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Registration for April and May will be available beginning February 27. Age: 55+ Fri Feb 28 inventHQ 2-3:30 pm FREE 152660-A Fri Mar 27 inventHQ 2-3:30 pm FREE 152660-B Fri Apr 24 inventHQ 2-3:30 pm FREE 152660-C Fri May 22 inventHQ 2-3:30 pm FREE 152660-D

THE GIFT OF GIVING

A dash of kindness goes a long way, so spend a bit of time each month creating items for people (and creatures) in need. Each participant will receive a community service completion certificate! Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Registration for April and May will be available beginning February 27. Age: 13-18 SENDING SMILE Design cards that will be sent to hospitalized children through Sending Smiles. Sun Feb 2 Library 2-3 pm FREE 152630-A PAUSE FOR PETS Design a no-sew dog toy to be donated to the Humane Society of Boulder Valley. Sun Mar 1 Library 2-3 pm FREE 152630-B

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Explore all the fun things you can make in the kitchen! Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Registration for April will be available beginning February 27. Age: 13-18 MUG CAKES There's cake, and then there's homemade cake . . . in a mug. Don't miss out on this class full of baked deliciousness and fun! Sat Feb 1 Library 12-1:30 pm FREE 152631-A Age: 9-12 Sat Feb 1 Library 2-3:30 pm FREE 152631-B SMOOTHIES Don't have the money to buy a $5 smoothie? Who does?! Learn how to make your own delicious, nutritious smoothie with change to spare. Sat Apr 4 Library 12-1:30 pm FREE 152631-C Age: 9-12 Sat Apr 4 Library 2-3:30 pm FREE 152631-D

MAKE IT MONDAYS

Monday is the day to connect with your creative side at the Library! Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Registration for April and May will be available beginning February 27. Age: 15+

STAR WARS PAPER LANTERNS May the Fourth Be With You! Celebrate Star Wars by making paper lanterns even the Sith would be happy to see. Mon May 4 Library 6-7 pm FREE 152661-E

SUSTAINABILITY SUNDAYS

In honor of Earth Day, Sundays in April will be dedicated to exploring current and past customs that can help you live more sustainably. Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Registration will be available beginning February 27. Age: 15+ CHURNED BUTTER Learn how to churn your own delicious butter at the Depot. Sun Apr 5 Depot 2-3:30 pm FREE 152662-A NATURAL SKIN CARE Prepare different skin care recipes that are great for you and the planet at the Library. Sun Apr 19 Library 2-3:30 pm FREE 152662-B GETTING MORE MILEAGE OUT OF EVERYDAY ITEMS Discover ways to use up every last bit of your everyday household items at inventHQ. Sun Apr 26 inventHQ 2-3:30 pm FREE 152662-C

MAKER

Currently at capacity. Connect with other book lovers as you read and discuss works of fiction. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum attendance may be canceled. Age: 18+ 1st Mon Jan 6-Dec 7* Library 6:30-8:30 pm FREE * No Class Sep 7

MEALS ON WHEELS Design greeting cards to be delivered to Broomfield Meals on Wheels recipients. Sun May 3 Library 2-3 pm FREE 152630-D

KICKIN' IN THE KITCHEN

TEEN MOVIE NIGHT

NOVEL CONVERSATIONS BOOK GROUP

L I T E R A RY & F I L M

Hopefully by now you've already read the One Book One Broomfield Junior book. Now come see the movie that was made from it. How do you think it compares? No registration. This is part of the One Book One Broomfield Junior programming. Age: 6+ Sun Mar 8 Audi 2-3:45 pm FREE

BEE-UTIFUL BROOMFIELD Design bee houses to encourage rest and relaxation for migrating bees. Sun Apr 5 Library 2-4 pm FREE 152630-C

TRIANGLE SENTINEL

Brian Schader, Schader Studios 2013 steel, aluminum, bronze, stone, glass (County Commons Park: 13200 Sheridan Blvd.)

BORED NO MORE JAR Keep boredom at bay . . . pick an activity from the jar and you're all set for some fun! Mon Jan 6 Library 6-7 pm FREE 152661-A TOILET FRESHENER When nature calls but you don't want the world to know, this handy DIY spray is easy to take along, and no one will be the wiser! Mon Feb 3 Library 6-7 pm FREE 152661-B TEA TOWELS Bring your creativity and leave with a personalized cotton tea towel for your kitchen. Mon Mar 2 Library 6-7 pm FREE 152661-C NOT YOUR MOTHER’S GORP Mama wants you to be healthy on the trail, so hydrate and eat right while good ol' raisins and peanuts get a face lift. Mon Apr 6 Library 6-7 pm FREE 152661-D

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Currently at capacity. Stay current with bestselling titles! Read and discuss classic as well as recent bestsellers, both fiction and nonfiction. Meetings take place on the second Wednesday of each month. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum attendance may be canceled. Age: 18+ Wed Jan 8-Dec 9* Library 1-2:30 pm FREE * No Class Nov 11

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Lifeguard Training (see page 15)

CD E RU E AT C AT I VI EO NB R&O L OEMCFTI E ULRDE S Cultural activities Programs to enrichfor your alllife; agesarts and crafts, STEM, and more

Make new friends while completing LEGO STEM building challenges. All supplies will be provided by the Library. The activities will be the same for all sessions within the same month. Due to high demand, please register for only one date each month. Registration for April & May will be available beginning February 27. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Age: 5-8 Sat Jan 25 Library 10:30-11:30 am FREE 156003-A Wed Jan 29 Library 6-7 pm FREE 156003-B Sat Feb 22 Library 10:30-11:30 am FREE 156003-C Wed Feb 26 Library 6-7 pm FREE 156003-D Mon Mar 16 Library 6-7 pm FREE 156003-E Mon Apr 20 Library 6-7 pm FREE 156003-F Wed Apr 22 Library 6-7 pm FREE 156003-G Mon May 18 Library 6-7 pm FREE 156003-H Wed May 20 Library 6-7 pm FREE 156003-I Sat May 23 Library 10:30-11:30 am FREE 156003-J

COMPUTER EXPLORERS: APP DEVELOPER

Learn how to be an app developer and create your own smartphone apps. Whether it's for an iPhone or Android, you will learn the essentials of designing and programming a mobile app. We will be using an intuitive, easy to use platform that's perfect for first-timers and loaded with features for the more adventurous. Get to grips with some key programming concepts and ease your way into your first steps in Java while having fun creating fully functioning apps. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device); some phones will be provided for class use. Age: 9-14 Sat Feb 24 BCC 9 am-3:30 pm $120/$140 146001-A

COMPUTER EXPLORERS: SPLODER

Make some totally awesome video games! While concentrating on creativity and strategy, students will make increasingly complex games that can be shared using the Sploder website and/or App. This course exploits the use of technology as a learning tool; specifically, the use of games-based learning. Come make games to play with your friends! Age: 9-14 Sat Apr 21 BCC 9 am-3:30 pm $120/$140 146002-A

PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES:

LEGO WINTER

WONDERLAND In this workshop we will apply engineering, architecture, creativity and fun to create a magical Winter Wonderland! Build motorized contraptions like snowmobiles, gondolas, or a hilltop village, slopes for LEGO skiers and sledders. Age: 6-12 ThF Jan 2-3 BCC 9 am-12 pm $77/$93 146020-A

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PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES:

ANIMAL ARCHITECTS WITH LEGO Let your imagination run wild as we design and build leaping dolphins, buzzing beehives, and towering giraffes. Play, create, and learn in a world inspired by the animal kingdom. Design and build as never before and explore your craziest ideas. Age: 6-12 M-F Mar 23-27 BCC 9 am-12 pm $193/$232 146021-A

PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES: LEGO STAR WARS DAY Celebrate Star Wars Day with Play-Well engineers! Young Jedi will recreate one of their favorite epic battles with the sheer amount of LEGO that only Play Well can provide. May the Force be with you! Age: 6-12 Fri Feb 14 BCC 9 am-12 pm $39/$47 146022-A

STEM WITH THE WOW! CHILDREN'S MUSEUM

Bring your family to a hands-on science program where you can explore and learn with WOW! Children's Museum. (Small pieces; not suitable for under age 3). January's topic is "The Force is With You." No registration. Age: 5-8 Sat Jan 4 Library 10:30-11:30 am FREE Sat Feb 1 Library 10:30-11:30 am FREE Sat Mar 7 Library 10:30-11:30 am FREE Sat Apr 4 Library 10:30-11:30 am FREE Sat May 2 Library 10:30-11:30 am FREE

LEGO PLAY AT THE LIBRARY

Drop-in for open LEGO play. All materials provided by the Library. Age: 5-11 Wed Mar 25 Library 10:30-11:30 am FREE Sat Mar 28 Library 10:30-11:30 am FREE

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Get hands-on with topics in science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Registration for April will be available beginning February 27. Age: 13-18 PAPER AIRPLANES Use your design skills to engineer paper airplanes that will fly higher, faster, and farther! Thu Apr 16 Library 5-6 pm FREE 156030-C Age: 9-12 ELECTRONICS LAB Learn the function of basic electronic components and build live circuits in this fun lab. Sat Mar 7 Library 2-3:30 pm FREE 156030-A PAPER AIRPLANES Use your design skills to engineer paper airplanes that will fly higher, faster, and farther! Thu Mar 19 Library 5-6 pm FREE 156030-B

LIBRARY TECH CLASSES

Learn about technology in a fun and welcoming environment! Laptops provided. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Registration for April and May will be available beginning February 27. Age: 18+ COMPUTER BASICS Delve into the basics, including searching for programs and files, using a file manager, and browsing the web. Wed Jan 15 Library 2-3:30 pm FREE 156060-A Mon Jan 27 Library 6-7:30 pm FREE 156060-B FILE AND PHOTO MANAGEMENT Learn how to improve computer performance by organizing files and transferring them to external drives. You'll also find out how to manage a photo collection across several devices. Wed Feb 19 Library 2-3:30 pm FREE 156060-C Mon Feb 24 Library 6-7:30 pm FREE 156060-D 2020 Spring

GOOGLE DOCS, SHEETS, AND SLIDES Learn the basics of Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides and review how to convert to and from Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Wed Apr 22 Library 2-3:30 pm FREE 156060-G Mon Apr 27 Library 6-7:30 pm FREE 156060-H SMARTPHONE BASICS Does your smartphone make you feel not-so-smart? The Library can help! In this class, review the basics, including changing settings, connecting to Wi-Fi, and managing apps. Please bring your own device. Wed May 20 Library 2-3:30 pm FREE 156060-I

ADOBE® FOR ADULTS

Each class in this series will focus on one of the "big three" Adobe softwares: Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop. These workshops are recommended for beginners. Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Registration for April will be available beginning February 27. Age: 18+

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INTERNET BASICS AND SAFETY Concerned about the safety of websites and your information online? If so, this class is for you. Discover how to browse privately; identify secure sites; and clear browsing data, cookies, and cached files. Wed Mar 25 Library 2-3:30 pm FREE 156060-E Mon Mar 30 Library 6-7:30 pm FREE 156060-F

C ED R UC E AT ATIO I V E NB& R OLO E CTUR M F I E LED S

LIBRARY LEGO CLUB

ILLUSTRATOR Learn basic tools as you work step-by-step to design your own personal seal. Thu Feb 6 inventHQ 6:30-8:30 pm FREE 196002-A INDESIGN Dive into basic design principles to create a simple but effective personal or promotional flyer. Thu Mar 5 inventHQ 6:30-8:30 pm FREE 196002-B PHOTOSHOP Practice the basics of editing to increase your photos’ visual impact. Thu Apr 2 inventHQ 6:30-8:30 pm FREE 196002-C

JR. STEAM LABS

Join the Jr. STEAM Labs to do a STEAM project in the Children's Library Story Room. The activities will be the same for all sessions within the same month. Due to high demand, please register for only one date each month. Age: 5-8 Wed Jan 15 Library 4-5 pm FREE 196020-A Wed Feb 5 Library 4-5 pm FREE 196020-B Wed Feb 19 Library 4-5 pm FREE 196020-C Wed Mar 4 Library 4-5 pm FREE 196020-D Wed Mar 18 Library 4-5 pm FREE 196020-E Wed Apr 1 Library 4-5 pm FREE 196020-F Wed Apr 15 Library 4-5 pm FREE 196020-G Wed May 6 Library 4-5 pm FREE 196020-H Wed May 20 Library 4-5 pm FREE 196020-I

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PHOTO ENGRAVING Learn how to do photo engraving on the laser. Sat Mar 14 inventHQ 9-11 am FREE

COMPUTATIONAL

THINKING Want to know what Code Club is all about? Join inventHQ for an introductory lesson that will teach you enough to get you started coding on your own! This session is designed for those who are not registered for Code Club at inventHQ. Please note: sections are identical. Only register for one. Registration for April program begins February 27. Age: 8-12 Sat Feb 15 inventHQ 9:30-11 am FREE 196033-A Sat Apr 18 inventHQ 9:30-11 am FREE 196033-B

INVENTHQ CODE CLUB:

PYTHON Come learn the python programming language this season. Use a Raspberry Pi to learn how to make a variety of projects from games to music! Come dive into code and learn how computers think. Classes will be the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month except for January 22. That class will be on January 29. Registering for this event will register you for ALL code club meetings through April. Please ensure you can attend all meetings as the sessions will build on one another. Please note that in order to be eligible for the Python class, it is required that you have attended the Code Club: Micro:bit classes (see below.) Age: 9-18 Wed Jan 8-Apr 22 inventHQ 4-5:30 pm FREE 196029-A MICROBIT Come learn the python programming language this season. Use the Micro:bit microcontroller board to learn how buttons, LEDs, and electronics work with code! Come dive into code and learn how computers think. Classes will be the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month except for January 22. That class will be on January 29. Registering for this event will register you for ALL code club meetings through April. Please ensure you can attend all meetings as the sessions will build on one another. Age: 9-18 Wed Jan 8-Apr 22 inventHQ 4-5:30 pm FREE 196030-A

HOMESCHOOL STEAM

Explore the possibilities with a hands-on at inventHQ. Registration Required. Age: 9-14 Wed Feb 5 inventHQ 11 am-12:30 pm Wed Mar 4 inventHQ 11 am-12:30 pm Wed Apr 1 inventHQ 11 am-12:30 pm Wed May 6 inventHQ 11 am-12:30 pm

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ROTARY ATTACHMENT Learn how to use the rotary attachment for the laser. Sat Jan 11 inventHQ 9-11 am FREE 196060-A ILLUSTRATOR Learn how to create a custom seal for yourself using illustrator. Sat Feb 8 inventHQ 9-11 am FREE 196060-B

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LASER LANDFORMS Use Fusion 360 and Illustrator to create files to create laser landforms. Registration available beginning February 27. Sat Apr 11 inventHQ 9-11 am FREE 196060-D

REPAIR CAFÉ

Come learn from our volunteers and staff how things work, and what you can do to keep them working. Bring in your broken appliances, toys, or electronics, and we might be able to help! Come learn how to repair your broken things! Age: 14+ Sat Feb 1 inventHQ 9-11 am FREE Sat Apr 4 inventHQ 9-11 am FREE

STORY TIME AT PAUL DERDA REC CENTER

ONE BOOK COLORADO

Broomfield Children's Librarians present Story Time for families with children of all ages on the 3rd Friday of the month from September to May. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum attendance may be canceled. Age: 0-6 with adult Fri Jan 17 PDRC 11:40 am-12:10 pm FREE Fri Feb 21 PDRC 11:40 am-12:10 pm FREE Fri Mar 20 PDRC 11:40 am-12:10 pm FREE Fri Apr 17 PDRC 11:40 am-12:10 pm FREE Fri May 15 PDRC 11:40 am-12:10 pm FREE

Every 4-year-old in Colorado can receive a FREE book! This year's book selection will be announced April 13. Bring your 4-year-old to the Children's Library to pick up the book in English or Spanish. One Book Colorado aims to get a book into the homes of every 4-year-old in Colorado, promoting early literacy and helping families serve as their children's first and most important teachers. For more information visit www. onebookcolorado.org or call the Children's Library at 720.887.2315. Age: 4 M-Su Apr 13-26 Library 9 am-9 pm FREE

FAMILY STORY TIME

Come as a family for age-appropriate activities are presented in three segments from younger to older in order to meet the developmental needs of babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. Pick up a ticket from the Children's Desk 30 minutes before the program. Age: 0-6 with adult Thu Jan 9-May 14 Library 10:45-11:15 am FREE

TECH CAFÉ

Need help with your digital devices and tech? The Library can help! Drop in with brief questions (regarding software and apps only, please) about your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or e-reader (Kindle or Nook). This installment of Tech Café is held at The Lodge at Skyestone, located at 11057 N. Montane Dr., Broomfield, CO 80020. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum attendance may be canceled. Age: 15+ Wed Jan 8-Dec 9 Skyestone 2:30-4:30 pm FREE

Preschoolers attend this story time without their caregivers to help build skills they need when starting school, including independence, confidence and social and emotional development. Pick up a ticket from the Children's Desk 30 minutes before the program. Age: 3-6 Tue Jan 7-May 12 Library 10:45-11:15 am FREE

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Children and their caregivers move, dance, sing, and have fun! Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Age: 2-6 Mon Jan 6-May 11 Library 10-10:30 am FREE

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Preschoolers and their caregivers can enjoy stories, songs and activities together. Pick up a ticket from the Children's Desk 30 minutes before the program. Age: 3-6 with adult Tue Jan 7-May 12 Library 10-10:30 am FREE

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SCRATCH Want to know what Code Club is all about? Join inventHQ for an introductory lesson that will teach you enough to get you started coding on your own! This session is designed for those who are not registered for Code Club at inventHQ. Please note: sections are identical. Only register for one. Registration for May program begins February 27. Age: 8-12 Sat Jan 18 inventHQ 9:30-11 am FREE 196032-A Sat Mar 21 inventHQ 9:30-11 am FREE 196032-B Sat May 16 inventHQ 9:30-11 am FREE 196032-C

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20 minutes of stories, bounces, rhymes and songs, followed by a short play time. Pick up a ticket from the Children's Desk 30 minutes before each program. Age: 0-24 mo with adult Thu Jan 9-May 14 Library 9:15-9:35 am FREE Thu Jan 9-May 14 Library 10-10:20 am FREE

TWOS AND THREES TOGETHER STORY TIME

30 minutes of stories, songs and rhymes to develop language skills and foster a love of reading. Pick up a ticket from the Children's Desk 30 minutes before each program. Age: 2-3 with adult Wed Jan 8-May 13 Library 9:15-9:45 am FREE Wed Jan 8-May 13 Library 10-10:30 am FREE

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CPR AND FIRST AID RECERTIFICATION

This class is for those individuals who possess the skills and knowledge necessary to meet all the requirements set forth by the American Red Cross and need to renew their certification. Participants must produce a copy of their current American Red Cross CPR with First Aid certification at the beginning of the course. If your certification will be beyond 30 days expired before the course, then you must sign up for a full course. There is a short review, then testing. No skills will be taught. Participants must successfully complete all skill requirements without assistance as well as pass a written test on the first attempt. Age: 15+ Thu Jan 2 PDRC 6-10 pm $50/$65 146124-A Thu Mar 26 PDRC 6-10 pm $50/$65 146124-B

ADVANCED CARE: BABYSITTING COURSE This course is designed to give the knowledge necessary for first time babysitters to be responsible for young children and includes a babysitting certificate and CPR/First Aid certification through American Heart Association. The skills covered are CPR/First Aid, growth and development, prevention and personal safety, discipline, fire safety and basic child care feeding, diapering and bathing. Students need to bring a sack lunch, snack, and a drink. Age: 11-14 Sat Jan 4 BCC 9 am-3 pm $80/$95 146150-A Sat Feb 1 BCC 9 am-3 pm $80/$95 146150-B Sat Mar 7 BCC 9 am-3 pm $80/$95 146150-C Sat Apr 4 BCC 9 am-3 pm $80/$95 146150-D ADVANCED CARE: MEDIC FIRST AID PEDIATRICPLUS CPR MEDIC First Aid PediatricPlus CPR, and First Aid for Children, Infants, and Adults provides an ideal training solution for babysitters who have completed the babysitting course and just need to re-certify the CPR/ First aid as well as someone who provides child care, youth sports coaches, and others required to learn how to respond to medical emergencies involving children. This versatile program is based upon the 2015 CPR and First Aid Guidelines, Caring for Our Children, and other evidence-based treatment recommendations. Age: 11+ Sat Feb 15 BCC 9 am-1 pm $80/$95 146151-A

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This popular entertaining workshop is designed to prepare children to be at home alone. Important skills are learned through interactive lessons and role play that help make both you and your child more confident when they are at home alone. Students need to bring a sack lunch, snack, and a drink. Age: 10-13 Sat Mar 21 BCC 9 am-1 pm $65/$75 146152-A

COP TALK CONVERSATION & COOKIES

This gathering brings police officers and the community members they serve together-over coffee-to discuss issues and learn more about each other. Members of the community can ask questions, raise concerns, or just say hello and enjoy a cup of coffee with us. Age: 18+ Wed Jan 15 BCC 11:15 am-12:15 pm FREE Wed Feb 19 BCC 11:15 am-12:15 pm FREE Wed Mar 18 BCC 11:15 am-12:15 pm FREE Wed Apr 15 BCC 11:15 am-12:15 pm FREE Wed May 20 BCC 11:15 am-12:15 pm FREE

AARP SMART DRIVER COURSE

The AARP Smart Driver Course teaches valuable defensive driving strategies and provides a refresher of the rules of the road. You may qualify for a multi-year automobile insurance discount by completing the course (check with your auto insurance carrier for details). This course is instructed by an AARP volunteer. Fees: $15 per person for AARP members; $20 per person for non-members, payable by check or money order only to AARP. Payment due at time of class. Classes fill fast. Call for more information and to check availability at 303.464.5526. Age: 50+ Thu Jan 16 BCC 1-5 pm $15/$20 Thu Feb 20 BCC 1-5 pm $15/$20 Thu Mar 19 BCC 1-5 pm $15/$20 Thu Apr 16 BCC 1-5 pm $15/$20 Thu May 21 BCC 1-5 pm $15/$20

FALL PREVENTION: A MATTER OF BALANCE

A Matter of Balance is an award-winning program designed to manage falls and increase activity levels. Many older adults experience concerns about falling and, as a result, restrict their activities. Learn strategies to control your fear of falling, increase your awareness of fall risks and set realistic goals for increasing activity, strength, and balance. Age: 60+ Thu Jan 9-Feb 27 BCC 1-3 pm FREE 186112-A

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ESTATE PLANNING MADE EASY:

WILLS, POWERS OF ATTORNEY AND LIVING WILLS Get a tough job finished! In a single easy session, you'll complete a will, financial power of attorney and combined medical directive (including living will, medical power of attorney and organ donation), all with the help from Colorado licensed attorney Mike Anderson. Cost includes all materials, witnessing, notarizing, individual review and plenty of time for discussion and questions. Participants do not need to bring anything to class. Cost is per person. Age: 18 Thu Jan 16 BCC 1-4 pm $125/$150 146201-A Thu Feb 20 BCC 1-4 pm $125/$150 146201-B Thu Mar 19 BCC 1-4 pm $125/$150 146201-C Thu Apr 16 BCC 1-4 pm $125/$150 146201-D Thu May 21 BCC 1-4 pm $125/$150 146201-E

VINTAGE VALENTINES

Learn about the love letters of the past and make your own for a special someone. This workshop will include a brief history of Valentine's Day, historic examples of valentine cards, and instruction in handwriting and calligraphy. Registration is required. Age: 12+ Sat Jan 25 Depot 2-4 pm FREE 166201-A

ESCAPE THE MUSEUM:

WIZARDS King's Cross comes to Broomfield! You will have 60 minutes to solve Harry Potter themed puzzles and clues in order to catch the Hogwarts Express. Don't get left behind! Come experience the Broomfield Depot Museum's newest escape room today. Age: 12+ Wed Feb 5 Depot 5:45-6:45 pm FREE 166202-A Wed Feb 5 Depot 7-8 pm FREE 166202-B Sat Feb 8 Depot 4:15-5:15 pm FREE 166202-C Sat Feb 8 Depot 5:30-6:30 pm FREE 166202-D Sat Feb 8 Depot 6:45-7:45 pm FREE 166202-E Wed Feb 19 Depot 5:45-6:45 pm FREE 166202-F Wed Feb 19 Depot 7-8 pm FREE 166202-G Wed Feb 26 Depot 5:45-6:45 pm FREE 166202-H Wed Feb 26 Depot 7-8 pm FREE 166202-I Sat Feb 29 Depot 4:15-5:15 pm FREE 166202-J Sat Feb 29 Depot 5:30-6:30 pm FREE 166202-K Sat Feb 29 Depot 6:45-7:45 pm FREE 166202-L Sat Apr 4 Depot 4:15-5:15 pm FREE 166202-M Sat Apr 4 Depot 5:30-6:30 pm FREE 166202-N Sat Apr 4 Depot 6:45-7:45 pm FREE 166202-O Wed Apr 8 Depot 5:45-6:45 pm FREE 166202-P Wed Apr 8 Depot 7-8 pm FREE 166202-Q Sat Apr 11 Depot 4:15-5:15 pm FREE 166202-R Sat Apr 11 Depot 5:30-6:30 pm FREE 166202-S Sat Apr 11 Depot 6:45-7:45 pm FREE 166202-T

HISTORIC FAMILY FUN DAY

Enjoy a day of historic fun with old-fashioned games for the whole family! The entertainment includes board games, marbles, jacks, paper dolls, and more. Age: ALL (12 and younger must be with an adult) Sat Mar 28 Depot 11 am-4 pm FREE

YEAR OF THE WOMAN SERIES: COLORADO'S SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT Did you know women could vote in Colorado state elections 27 years ahead of the nation? Learn about the key players in the Colorado Suffrage Movement and what factors led to their success. This is the first in the Broomfield Depot Museum speaker series this year. Age: 12+ Thu May 7 Crescent 7-8:30 pm FREE

HONEY HOUSE GRAND RE-OPENING

Buzz over for tours of the newly rehabilitated Crawford Honey House. Make beeswax food wraps with inventHQ, take an art walk put together by BCAH, learn about the Native Plant Landscape Alternatives with CSU Extension. Get excited about the launch of the upcoming beginner beekeeping series, Plan BEE (page 58.) Play in a bounce house or enjoy storytime with the kids. Snacks are available for purchase. Age: ALL (12 and younger must be with an adult) Sat May 16 Depot 11 am-4 pm FREE

DEPOT MUSEUM MURDER MYSTERY

It's a night of murder and mystery. Attendees will become active participants in the detective's investigation of a murder at the Broomfield Train Depot and have the opportunity to try and solve the mystery themselves... or become the lead suspect! Registration is required. Registration for April/May programs will be available beginning February 27. Age: 18+ Wed May 27 Depot 6-8 pm FREE 166211-A Sat May 30 Depot 5-7 pm FREE 166211-B

For those who are approaching age 65 and not yet registered for Medicare, this class will teach you the basics. Learn how to enroll, the difference between parts A, B, C & D, what is covered, what is not, costs, lowincome subsidies, and the various options to supplement coverage. Brought to you by Benefits in Action. Age: 21+ Mon Feb 3 BCC 9-10:30 am FREE 186200-A

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This is the second annual Tea Time. In celebration of International Women's Day and the 36th Anniversary of the opening of the Broomfield Depot Museum. This community event encourages group conversations about historic influential women in Broomfield. Tea Time includes a selection of teas and traditional tea time snacks. Registration is required. Age: 18+ Sat Mar 7 Depot 10-11 am FREE 166204-A Sat Mar 7 Depot 11:30 am-12:30 pm FREE 166204-B Sat Mar 7 Depot 1-2 pm FREE 166204-C

MEDICARE 101

Are you a cancer survivor or currently undergoing treatment and would like to continue exercising? This program is designed for you! Group support with personalized fitness plans to meet you where you are in your life!

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SAFETY

This course teaches adult, child, and infant CPR. Other skills taught include use of the AED as well as first aid. Participants learn how to give immediate care to a suddenly injured or ill person until more advanced medical personnel arrive and take over. Upon successful completion of the course learners will receive a 2-year Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED certification. Age: 13-99 Sat Jan 4 PDRC 8 am-2 pm $65/$75 146123-A Sun Feb 9 PDRC 12-6 pm $65/$75 146123-B Sat Mar 28 PDRC 8 am-2 pm $65/$75 146123-C Sat May 9 PDRC 8 am-2 pm $65/$75 146123-D

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NORTH METRO FIRE DEPARTMENT:

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EXERCISE Exercise is crucial for leading an active, healthy, happy life. When you think "exercise," you might think "get up and go." But what if you could be active while still sitting? We have great news – – you can! With chair exercises for seniors, you can perform a seated routine that rivals any you've ever done on your feet! You no longer need to worry that you can’t get the activity you need to be healthy. If you’re looking for an exercise program that provides modified activities due to age, immobility, balance issues, or you’re recovering from an injury or surgery, these workouts are for you! Age: 21+ Tue Apr 28 BCC 10:30-11:30 am FREE 186291-A

MEMORY CAFÉ

VETERAN'S BENEFITS

Join our Veterans Service Officer for this workshop. Learn how to apply for benefits and other services. Topics will include: service-connected and non-service connected disability claims, survivors benefits, and burial benefits. Age: 21+ Fri Apr 3 BCC 1:30-2:30 pm FREE

Sponsored by the Alzheimer's Association. Memory Cafes are welcoming events where people living with memory loss and their care partners can come together for socialization, education, and inspiration. Join the class for enjoyable, informal, and supportive programs each month. Age: 21+ 1st Mon Jan 6-Dec 7 BCC 1-2:30 pm FREE

ALZHEIMER'S:

CONVERSATIONS ON AGING

KNOW THE 10 SIGNS Learn the 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's disease, hear from people who have the disease, and find out how to recognize the signs in yourself and others. Age: 21+ Wed Jan 22 BCC 3-4:30 pm FREE 186265-A

ALZHEIMER'S:

DEMENTIA CONVERSATIONS This workshop offers tips on how to have honest and caring conversations with family members about going to the doctor, deciding when to stop driving and making legal and financial plans. Age: 21+ Wed Feb 26 BCC 3-4:30 pm FREE 186266-A

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SAFETY CHECKLIST A home safety checklist for seniors is a great way to assess an entire living space and determine where potential hazards could arise. Falls and injuries can occur in any room in the home. They are most prevalent in places like bathrooms and staircases, but hazards can be present in each and every room. It is important to make a list of all potential safety concerns and take preventative measures to address each and every one. Age: 21+ Tue Mar 3 BCC 10:30-11:30 am FREE 186290-A

Turn your future years into your BEST years. Join others for a monthly conversation on the topics that are important to those who are aging. This is a peer-led class and it's goal is to provide an opportunity for aging adults to speak about issues that affect them. Age: 21+ 4th Wed Jan 22-Dec 23 BCC 10:30-11:30 am FREE

INTERNATIONAL NIGHT:

MEXICO Mango Languages, a free database accessible with your Library card, can jump-start you into learning a new language. Find out more about Mango as you celebrate the culture, music, art, food, and language of Mexico at this drop-in, all-ages event. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum attendance may be canceled. Age: All (12 and younger with an adult) Thu Apr 23 Library 7-8 pm FREE

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SPRING BRIDGE TOURNAMENT

COUPONING Start the year off right by learning how to save money through couponing. Sun Jan 12 Library 2-4 pm FREE 156360-A

We've planned a friendly competition for all who enjoy Bridge. You'll be fed a delicious lunch. Sign up with a partner or we'll find one for you. Prizes are awarded. Sign up deadline date: Fri, Apr 10. Age: 21+ Fri Apr 17 BCC 12-4 pm $15/$19 146340-A

TEEN GAMING CLUB

Love games? Teen Gaming Club has you covered with traditional games like Chess to popular favorites like Yu-Gi-Oh! The Library will provide many game options, but feel free to bring your own as well. Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Registration for April and May will be available beginning February 27. Age: Grades 6-12 Sat Jan 18 Library 2-4 pm FREE 156330-A Sat Feb 15 Library 2-4 pm FREE 156330-B Sat Mar 21 Library 2-4 pm FREE 156330-C Sat Apr 18 Library 2-4 pm FREE 156330-D Sat May 16 Library 2-4 pm FREE 156330-E

Have you ever thought, "Why don't I know how to do that?!" The Library is the perfect place to explore things you've never had the time to learn, but would like to do! Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Registration for May will be available beginning February 27. Age: 18+

CHESS If 64 squares, thousands of strategies, and strengthening your brain intrigues you, check out this session to learn the basics of chess. Sun Feb 9 Library 2-4 pm FREE 156360-B KNIFE SKILLS Take the fear out of using a chef's knife so you can feel at home in the kitchen. Sun Mar 8 Library 2-4 pm FREE 156360-C FLOWER ARRANGING Flower arranging may look easy, but it takes skill and practice. The Internet can introduce you to the basics, but you need a professional to really show you the way. Sun May 10 Library 2-4 pm FREE 156360-D

HISTORY TALKS

History Talks are a series of lectures that cover various topics such as historical figures, wars and conflicts, sports, etc. Age: 18+ COLORADO HISTORY Wed Jan 22 BCC 10:30-11:30 am FREE 186650-A LEONARDO DA VINCI Mon May 11 BCC 1-2 pm FREE 186650-B

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Celebrate the re-opening of one of Broomfield's historic buildings! This drop-in open house will include a pop-up maker activity to create beeswax food wraps, tours of the newly rehabilitated Crawford Honey House, an art walk put together by BCAH, Native Plant Landscape Alternatives program with CSU Extension, and the launch of the upcoming beginner beekeeping series, Plan BEE. Snacks will be available for purchase as well as a bounce house and storytime for the kids.

Community cultural event for all ages with activities for the whole family to enjoy (including teens and adults). Age: All Sat Apr 25 Library 9 am-5 pm FREE

ENGLISH CONVERSATION GROUP

Learning English as a second language? Practice speaking English in a friendly, informal setting and get to know new neighbors in the community. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum attendance may be canceled. Age: 18+ WF Jan 3-May 29 Library 9:30-11 am FREE

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Crafternoons is a series of classes that teaches you how to "Do It Yourself" (DIY). From bath bombs to seed tape join the fun in learning how to create something from scratch! Age: 18+ BATH BOMBS Wed Jan 15 BCC 1:30-2:30 pm FREE 186220-A SCRABBLE TILE COASTERS Wed Feb 19 BCC 1:30-2:30 pm FREE 186220-B GLASS PENDANTS Wed Mar 18 BCC 1:30-2:30 pm FREE 186220-C BOOKMARKS Wed Apr 15 BCC 1:30-2:30 pm FREE 186220-D SEED TAPE Wed May 20 BCC 1:30-2:30 pm FREE 186220-E

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GLASS ETCHING Thu Feb 20 inventHQ LIGHT UP EARRINGS Thu Mar 19 inventHQ BEE HOUSES Thu Apr 16 inventHQ BEESWAX WRAPS Thu May 21 inventHQ

PET AWARE:

THE MORNING MAKE FAMILY EDITION

UNDERSTANDING AND MONITORING

YOUR PET'S HEALTH Get the scoop from a veterinarian about different health concerns for cats and dogs, how pets relate to your own health, and preventive health care for dogs and cats. A live dog will be present so you can learn how to listen to your pet's heart; inspect the skin, ears, and teeth of your pet; and take your pet's temperature. Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Age: 15+ Thu Jan 30 Library 6-7 pm FREE 156362-A

ADULT PLAY DATES

Who says kids get to have all the fun? Join us for an Adult Play Date. Learn a new skill and have some fun! Adult Play Dates are BYOB, however we ask that you leave any beverages in glass containers at home. Registration is required. Registration for April and May will be available February 27. Age: 21+ SCREEN PRINTING Thu Jan 16 inventHQ

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LASER ETCH DOG TAGS This morning session will expose you to the basics of engraving on the laser and you’ll walk away with a custom dog tag. Sat Feb 22 inventHQ 9-11 am FREE 196362-A BEE HOUSES Do you love bees? Do you want to help bees find protection from the elements? Join us at inventHQ and make your own Bee house. Bee houses provide vital nesting habitats for native bees, and bonus, they look super cool. Sat Mar 7 inventHQ 9-11 am FREE 196362-D DÍA Join us at the library with an activity to celebrate Día! Sat Apr 25 Library 9-11 am FREE 196362-B

LED BIKE LIGHTS This morning session will expose you to the basics of programming your own LEDs and you’ll walk away with an LED Bike Light. Sat May 2 inventHQ 9-11 am FREE 196362-C

SEWING REBELLION

Come use our sewing machines! Stop Shopping, Start Sewing! Join the Broomfield Sewing Rebellion. Participants are also welcome to bring an item to mend, a garment to alter, or a sewing problem in need of a solution. Registration for April and May will be available beginning February 27. Age: ALL APRONS Thu Jan 30 inventHQ 5:30-8 pm FREE 196363-A TOOL ROLL Thu Feb 27 inventHQ 5:30-8 pm FREE 196363-B DIY DOG LEASHES Thu Mar 26 inventHQ 5:30-8 pm FREE 196363-C ZIPPER POUCHES Thu Apr 23 inventHQ 5:30-8 pm FREE 196363-D ADD POCKETS Thu May 28 inventHQ 5:30-8 pm FREE 196363-E

BROOMFIELD COMMUNITY CENTER DROPIN PROGRAMS

Stop in and join a group. Drop in is $1 or free for Passholders and SilverSneakers® Members. No registration required.

BRIDGE DROP-IN Play begins promptly at 12:45 p.m. The group plays party bridge in a social atmosphere. This is not an instructional bridge program. New members should have basic knowledge of bridge. Age: 55+ Mon Jan 6-Dec 28 BCC 12-3:30 pm

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BUNKO DROP-IN Come learn to play Bunko. Bunko is a parlour game generally played with twelve or more players, divided into groups of four, trying to score points while taking turns rolling three dice. Bring a snack and enjoy the fun. For more information, please call 303.464.5526 press #9. Age: 55+ 4th Mon Jan 28-Dec 29 BCC 1-4 pm CANASTA DROP-IN Come learn to play Canasta. Canasta is a card game from the rummy family. For more information, please contact Verlin at 720.224.2119. Age: 55+ Mon Jan 6-Dec 28 BCC 1-3 pm JAM SESSION DROP-IN All instruments and musicians are welcome to come "jam"! Age: 55+ Tue Jan 7-Dec 29 BCC 1-3 pm

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MEXICAN TRAIN TILE DROP-IN Mexican Train is a game played with dominoes. The object of the game is for a player to play all the dominoes from his or her hand onto one or more chains, or "trains,” emanating from a central hub or "station". Bring a snack to share! For more information, please call 303.464.5526 press #9. Age: 55+ Wed Jan 8-Dec 30 BCC 1-4 pm NEEDLEWORK DROP-IN Drop in crochet, knitting, cross-stitch, embroidery, quilting, whatever and enjoy the company of other needle workers. Age: 55+ Fri Jan 3-Dec 18 BCC 12:30-2:30 pm PHOTO CLUB DROP-IN Bring along your favorite photos to share! For more information, please contact Hans at jphsmits@yahoo.com Age: 16+ 4th Tue Jan 28-Dec 22 BCC 6:30-9 pm PINOCHLE DROP-IN Learn the game, beginners welcome. Bring snacks. For more information, contact Ed at 303.439.9174 Age: 55+ Tue Jan 7-Dec 29 BCC 5:30-8:30 pm WOODCARVERS DROP IN Bring your tools and join the fun! Age: 55+ Thu Jan 2-Dec 17 BCC 9-11:30 am

HOBBIES

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Delight your furry best friend with delicious treats! Families welcome (participants 12 and younger must be accompanied by an adult.) Registration is required. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum registration or attendance may be canceled. Age: All (12 and younger must be with an adult) Sat Mar 14 Library 1-2 pm FREE 156361-A

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MAH JONGG DROP-IN Mah Jongg is a tile based game that was developed in China during the Qing dynasty. Those interested in learning are invited to come. For more information, please contact 303.464.5526 press #9. Age: 55+ Tue Jan 7-Dec 29 BCC 1-4 pm WOODSHOP ROOM Work on your special wood project or learn from the Woodshop Supervisor. Voluntary donations are appreciated and help offset costs such as blades, new equipment, supplies and repairs. Supervisors are available on a volunteer basis. Please call ahead to make sure someone is available at 303.464.5526. M-F Jan 1-Dec 31 BCC 9 am-12 pm Wed Jan 3-Dec 26 BCC 6-9 pm

OUTCASTS KNITTING GROUP

Do you love to crochet or knit or are you interested in learning how? Drop by the Library on Saturday mornings to work on projects in a relaxed, informal atmosphere with a community of crocheters and knitters. All levels of experience welcome! Please bring your own supplies. Please note: Events that do not meet minimum attendance may be canceled. Age: 9+ Sat Jan 4-Dec 26 Library 10 am-1 pm FREE

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NEWCOMER'S COFFEE

Are you new to Broomfield or maybe don't know what Broomfield Senior Services offers? Please come by for a cup of coffee while our staff explains the variety of choices available such as: classes, trips, programs, volunteering, and much more! Age: 21+ Fri Jan 24 BCC 9-10 am FREE 187070-A Fri Feb 28 BCC 9-10 am FREE 187070-B Fri Mar 27 BCC 9-10 am FREE 187070-C Fri Apr 24 BCC 9-10 am FREE 187070-D Fri May 22 BCC 9-10 am FREE 187070-E

ACTIVE ADULT TRIP EXERTION LEVEL

This is a generalization for the trips. Trip exertion chart: 1: easy, mostly sitting 2: easy, mostly sitting with some walking 3: moderate, some walking, possible stairs 4: moderate to high, lots of walking, outside stairs, elevation 5: high, long day, lots of walking, stairs, elevation For Active Adult Day Trip Cancellation and Refund Policy, visit Broomfield.org/RecPolicies

AMERICAN MUSEUM OF WESTERN ART (4)

The Anschutz Collection is made up of over 600 paintings, drawings and sculptures representing more than 180 artists. The collection represents a survey of the American West from the early 19th century to present day. Lunch on your own at Champa St Burger Works. Menu price ranges from $6-12. Fee includes museum admission, transportation and escort. Cancellation deadline: Mon, Dec 23. Age: 55+ Mon Jan 13 BCC 9:15 am-3 pm $16/$19 164401-A

BRECKENRIDGE SNOW SCULPTURES (5)

Join us for this breathtaking sight during viewing week this year! Teams of artists from all over the world compete in this annual competition of designing and sculpturing 12-foot high pieces of art out of a 20 ton pile of snow. You also have time to have lunch at a restaurant of your choice and shop at Main Street’s many stores. Please be aware that this is a snowy, high alpine environment. Dress warmly and appropriately with high traction shoes. Elevation is around 9,000 feet. Please note: This tour is not suitable for wheelchairs and walkers. Fee includes Charter Bus transportation and escort. Cancellation deadline: Fri, Dec 27. Age: 55+ Fri Jan 24 BCC 8 am-4 pm $17/$20 164403-A

PEPSI CENTER TOUR (4)

See where the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche and Colorado Mammoth call home. This tour includes backstage access to where the big names of music have performed. Learn how the center is converted from hockey ice to a basketball court. Lunch is on your own at Park Burger. Menu prices range from $6-11. Fee includes tour, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Thu, Jan 2. Age: 55+ Wed Jan 29 BCC 9 am-2 pm $16/$19 164404-A

ADAMS MYSTERY PLAYHOUSE (2)

Adams Mystery Playhouse is a interactive murder mystery dinner theater where you are encouraged to dress up in the theme of the show. "They Came from Below" is the show Adams will be presenting which is set back in 1954. Fee includes dinner, show, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, Jan 3. Age: 55+ Fri Jan 31 BCC 5-10 pm $59/$62 164405-A

THE MONEY MUSEUM (4)

Learn about the economy through the hands-on exhibits and to chart financial courses and explore savings, budgeting and credit with fun interactive displays. Lunch is on your own at Steuben's in Arvada. Menu prices range from $7-18. Fee includes tour, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Mon, Jan 13. Age: 55+ Mon Feb 3 BCC 9 am-2 pm $7/$9 164406-A

NATIONAL BALLPARK MUSEUM (4)

The Ballpark Museum's collection is recognized by the Smithsonian books as one of the top 21 finest private baseball collections in the world. The museum prides itself on one of a kind treasures from all of the major league teams. Lunch on your own at the Viewhouse Ballpark. Menu prices range from $10-12. Trip includes admission, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, Dec 27. Age: 55+ Wed Jan 22 BCC 10 am-3 pm $14/$17 164402-A

FOCUS ON

Lakeshore Café

Broomfield Senior Services offers lunch in our own Lakeshore Café. Open to the public, lunch is served from 12 to 1 p.m., Monday through Friday. We prepare nutritious and delicious meals fresh each day. See page 31 for more.

CELESTIAL SEASONINGS TEA TOUR (4)

Visit the Celestial Seasonings headquarters in Boulder, CO and unlock the mysteries of tea with a guided tea tour. Get a behind the scenes look at how tea is made from raw ingredients to the finished product. Lunch is on your own at the Celestial Cafe. Menu prices range from $6-11. Fee includes tour, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Wed, Jan 15. Age: 55+ Wed Feb 5 BCC 9:30 am-2 pm $7/$9 164407-A

DENVER MOB TOUR (2)

Join mob historian Tom Hackett on this exciting bus tour through North Denver's Little Italy! We will explore former social clubs, homes and haunts of some of Denver's most influential mobsters while uncovering the truth behind many of these legends. Afterwards, we will have a mystery Italian lunch at a formerly mob ran restaurant. Trip includes tour, travel leader and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Mon, Jan 13 (Feb 10 trip) and Mon, Feb 10 (Mar 9 trip). Age: 55+ Mon Feb 10 BCC 10:15 am-3 pm $26/$32 164408-A Mon Mar 9 BCC 10:15 am-3 pm $26/$32 164408-B

UNION STATION TOUR (4)

Experience the past present and future exploring Union Station in downtown Denver. The tour includes the station's history, art transportation, retail and restaurant space and the luxurious Crawford Hotel. Before the tour grab lunch and shop around Union station. At the end of the tour, enjoy a complimentary Union Station Kolsch, house red or white wine or non-alcoholic beverage from the Terminal Bar. Fee includes tour, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Thu, Jan 30. Age: 55+ Thu Feb 27 BCC 9 am-2:30 pm $30/$33 164412-A

BOULDER DINNER THEATER: RAGTIME (1)

This sweeping musical portrait of early 20th century America tells the story of three families in the pursuit of the American Dream. This acclaimed musical is filled with pageantry, emotion and hope, bursting onto the stage like no other musical. Fee includes show, dinner, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Thu, Feb 13. Age: 55+ Thu Mar 12 BCC 5:15 am-10 pm $59/$63 164413-A

ART CASTING OF COLORADO TOUR (5)

The Downtown Aquarium features more than a million gallons of underwater exhibits and houses over 500 species of animals which includes the interactive Stingray Reef touch tank. Lunch will be on your own at the Aquarium Restaurant. Menu prices range from $1215. Fee includes admission, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, Jan 17. Age: 55+ Fri Feb 14 BCC 9:30 am-2 pm $28/$31 164409-A

Since 1972, Art Castings of Colorado has been the trusted choice of artists around the country and the world. They are located in Loveland which is a thriving arts community that is uniquely decorated with an enormous variety of wonderful bronze sculptures through the city. Please note: This tour is not suitable for wheelchairs and walkers. Lunch is on your own at Pourhouse. Menu price ranges from $11-18. Fee includes tour, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Thu, Feb 27. Age: 55+ Thu Mar 19 BCC 11:45 am-2:30 pm $15/$17 164414-A

HAYSTACK MOUNTAIN CREAMERY TOUR (4)

STATE CAPITOL TOUR (4)

DENVER AQUARIUM (3)

The Haystack Mountain Creamery tour includes a behind the scenes look at the creamery, an overview of the economic fundamentals of the artisan cheese business and a guided cheese tasting featuring at least five of Haystack's finest cheeses, spanning a variety of styles. Lunch will be on your own at the Longs Peak Pub and Taphouse. Menu prices range from $8-14. Fee includes tour, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Thu, Jan 30. Age: 55+ Thu Feb 20 BCC 9:15 am-2:30 pm $18/$20 164410-A

COORS FIELD TOUR (4)

The Coors Field tour is an 80-minute, mile-long major league romp around the Rockies facility. Get an eye level look at the massive field and enjoy exploring the premier floors and suites like the Coors Clubhouse. Lunch will be on your own at the Cherry Cricket Ballpark. Menu prices range from $8-15. Fee includes tour, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Mon, Jan 27. Age: 55+ Mon Feb 24 BCC 9 am-2:30 pm $20/$22 164411-A

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Free tax preparation offered by the AARP Foundation TaxAide program. This service is for taxpayers with low to middle income. Priority is given to those 60+. Broomfield residents may schedule their appointment beginning Monday, December 16, 2019; all others beginning Tuesday, January 21, 2020. By appointment only. Appointments can be scheduled by calling 303.464.5526. Age: 18+ Fri Feb 7-Apr 10 BCC 8 am-5 pm FREE

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The Colorado State Capitol welcomes about 300,000 visitors annually, with nearly 70,000 visitors taking tours of our beautiful and historic statehouse. Come learn more about this building, the work of the General Assembly and Colorado heritage. Fee includes tour, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Mon, Mar 2. Age: 55+ Mon Mar 23 BCC 11:45 am-2:30 pm $7/$9 164415-A

RED ROCKS TOUR (5)

Enjoy the beauty of Red Rocks Amphitheatre with this guided walking tour. The tour will go through out the amphitheatre while learning about the geological wonders that formed the walls of Red Rocks and the artists that have graced the world famous stage cradled between Ship Rock and Creation Rock. Lunch is on your own at the Red Rocks Grille. Menu price ranges from $10-16. Fee includes tour, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Mon, Mar 2. Age: 55+ Mon Mar 30 BCC 8:30 am-3 pm $22/$25 164416-A

Reservations are required by 4 p.m. the day before you wish to attend. Make your reservations by calling 303.464.5526, option 1.

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GREAT ESCAPE MUSTANG SANCTUARY (5)

Spend some time with the mustangs. Meet these beauties in the training and adoption program and get up close and in person with the burros and mustangs. Venture out to the sanctuary pasture to find wild herds. Please note: This tour is not suitable for wheelchairs and walkers. Bring a sack lunch, water, jacket and good walking shoes. Fee includes tour, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Wed, Mar 18. Age: 55+ Wed Apr 15 BCC 8:00 am-4 pm $50/$51 164418-A

CANDLELIGHT DINNER PLAYHOUSE: CURTAINS (1)

Curtains is a who done it musical. It's brassy, bright and promising year of 1959. Boston's Colonial Theatre is host to the opening night of a new musical. When the leading lady mysteriously dies on stage, the entire cast and crew are suspects. Fee includes show, dinner, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Thu, Mar 26. Age: 55+ Thu Apr 23 BCC 5-10:30 pm $68/$72 164419-A

THE WILD ANIMAL SANCTUARY (4)

The sanctuary's two primary missions involve rescuing and caring for animals and educating people about the captive wildlife crisis. The elevated walkway (which is more than 1.5 miles long) spans across numerous habitats to provide plenty of opportunity to see many of the rescued animals closer. Lunch on your own at The Lion's Den Cafe. Menu price ranges from $5-16. Fee includes admission, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Thu, Apr 2. Age: 55+ Thu Apr 30 BCC 9 am-3 pm $43/$45 164420-A

DENVER ART MUSEUM:

NORMAN ROCKWELL (4) The Denver Art Museum will be showing works from Norman Rockwell the renowned illustrator that communicated visually the notions of freedom in support of the war efforts. His works were depictions of everyday community and domestic life. Lunch on your own at Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen. Menu price ranges from $610. Fee includes admission, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Thu, Apr 9. Age: 55+ Thu May 7 BCC 9 am-3 pm $16/$18 164421-A

GEORGETOWN LOOP RAILROAD (3)

The Georgetown Loop is Colorado's scenic must see. The beauty of the rugged Rocky Mountains surround the old time steam locomotive which a powerful diesel locomotive that winds up the Clear Creek Canyon. Pass by remains of gold and silver mines and breathtaking view along the line in fully enclosed parlor cars. Lunch is on your own before train ride at the Happy Cooker restaurant. Menu price ranges from $8-10. Fee includes ticket, soft drink or water, light snack, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Mon, Apr 20. Age: 55+ Mon May 18 BCC 8 am-5 pm $46/$52 164423-A

LONG'S IRIS GARDEN WALKING TOUR (4)

Enjoy the most beautiful iris garden in the middle of Boulder. Walk through acres of stunning iris in bloom. Bring cash to purchase and dig up bulbs to take home. Lunch is on your own at Tangerine. Menu price ranges from $11-18. Fee includes tour, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, May 1. Age: 55+ Fri May 29 BCC 9 am-2 pm $7/$9 164424-A

COLORADO ROCKIES GAMES

AIR FORCE ACADEMY TOUR (5)

Spend the day on the Air Force Academy base. The tour includes the Barry Goldwater Visitors Center, a 35,000 sq. ft. facility offering information through films and exhibits on cadet life and AFA history, plus a gift shop, the Cadet Field House, Doolittle Hall, Arnold Hall and the cadet lunch formation. Lunch on your own at The Grill at Eisenhower Golf Course. Menu price ranges from $6-10. Fee includes tour, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Mon, Apr 13. Age: 55+ Mon May 11 BCC 8 am-5 pm $17/$19 164422-A

FAMILIES GROW HEALTHY WITH WIC Food, education, and support. You got this. WIC can help.

Please Note: Dates TBD Rockies 2020 Schedule Game schedule will not come out until the end of January 2020 and game choice and purchasing tickets will happen in February 2020. This year the process will be through a lottery for each game and not first come first serve. The lottery is for residents only and will be held at the end of February. Price at this time is unknown. If interested in the lottery, contact 303.464.5536. Age: 55+

AFTERNOON TEA: THE CARRIAGE SHOPPES TEA ROOM (1) The Carriage Shoppes Tea Room is located in downtown Elizabeth in a historic livery stable. Come sit in one of the three welcoming and elegant rooms and enjoy high tea. After tea, visit the Carriage Shoppes antique store. Fee includes tea, gratuity, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, Dec 20. Age: 55+ Fri Jan 10 BCC 10:30 am-3:30 pm $40/$44 164426-A AFTERNOON TEA:

D BAR DENVER (1) Enjoy afternoon tea at the D Bar Denver. They serve freshly made scones and tea cakes with a selection of curds, jams and creams. For the savory side they make baby grill cheese and chicken salad sliders with the choice of organic teas. Fee includes tea, gratuity, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, Feb 28. Age: 55+ Fri Mar 27 BCC 1:15-5 pm $41/$43 164427-A

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BREAKFAST CLUB: MON CHERI BAKERY AND BISTRO (LAFAYETTE) (1) Mon Cheri Bakery and Bistro has traditional recipes. They make their own pastries such as cinnamon rolls and scones. Menu price ranges from $6-13. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, Dec 27. Age: 55+ Fri Jan 3 BCC 8-10 am $7/$9 164428-A

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Focus on WEIGHT TRAINING Sign up for one of our workshops to learn about weights, machines, and the myths surrounding exercise! Taught by a certified personal trainer, you will learn the appropriate settings and technique for different resistance exercises, and develop an exercise program for you to meet your fitness goals. Visit BroomfieldRecreation.com for more info.

BREAKFAST CLUB: GOOD EATS GRILL (LONGMONT) (1) Good Eats Grill is an unassuming country style spot for heart Café fare that serves all day breakfast plates. Menu price ranges from $8-13. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, Jan 31. Age: 55+ Fri Feb 7 BCC 8-10:30 am $7/$9 164429-A

BREAKFAST CLUB: PARKWAY CAFÉ (BOULDER) (1) The Parkway Café serves great American style breakfasts with a Mexican flair. Menu price ranges from $6-11. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, Feb 28. Age: 55+ Fri Mar 6 BCC 8-10:30 am $7/$9 164430-A BREAKFAST CLUB: SUPER MINI WALNUT CAFÉ (LAFAYETTE) (1) Super Mini Walnut Café is a casual spot that serves up delicious breakfast eats. Menu price ranges from $7-11. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, Mar 27. Age: 55+ Fri Apr 3 BCC 8-10 am $7/$9 164431-A

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The Molly Brown House Museum is considered an enduring symbol of the turn of the 20th century in Denver. The house is located in the prestigious Capitol Hill neighborhood. Take a guided tour where a docent will lead the group through the museum telling stories of Denver's Titanic heroine and activist, Margaret Brown. Please note: This tour is not suitable for wheelchairs and walkers. Lunch is on your own at the Cracker Barrel. Menu price ranges from $8-16. Fee includes tour, escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Tue, Mar 17. Age: 55+ Tue Apr 7 BCC 9:30 am-2:30 pm $17/$19 164417-A

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MOLLY BROWN HOUSE TOUR (5)

BREAKFAST CLUB: MORNING STORY (ARVADA) (1) Morning Story offers a variety of breakfast items including a variety of eggs Benedict. Menu price ranges from $9-11. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, Apr 24. Age: 55+ Fri May 1 BCC 8-10 am $7/$9 164432-A FINE DINING:

GOLDEN EUROPE (ARVADA) (1) Golden Europe serves Czech, German and Polish cuisine in a warm and comfortable atmosphere. Menu price ranges from $19-28. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Tue, Dec 31. Age: 55+ Tue Jan 7 BCC 4:30-7 pm $7/$9 164433-A

FINE DINING: VIA TOSCANA (LOUISVILLE) (1) Tuscan cuisine made with farm fresh ingredients. Choose from a wide range of delectable entrées and night specials. Menu price ranges from $13-34. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Tue, Feb 4. Age: 55+ Tue Feb 11 BCC 4:30-7 pm $7/$9 164434-A

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FINE DINING:

THE MELTING POT (LOUISVILLE) (1) The Melting Pot is the original fondue restaurant where guests can enjoy several fondue cooking styles and a variety of unique entrées, salads and unforgettable desserts. Menu ranges from $30-50. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Tue, Apr 7. Age: 55+ Tue Apr 14 BCC 4:45-7:15 pm $7/$9 164436-A

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STEAK HOUSE NO. 316 (BOULDER) (1) Steak House No. 316 is an Aspen steak house catering to all, from meat lovers to seafood lovers to veggie lovers. Menu ranges from $42-110. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Tue, May 5. Age: 55+ Tue May 12 BCC 4:15-7:15 pm $7/$9 164437-A

HIKE:

LOWRY STATE PARK (WELL GULCH NATURE TRAIL) (5) The Well Gulch Nature Trail goes through the meadow, mountain shrub, Douglas fir and ponderosa ecosystems. The trail is easy to moderate, foot only and the distance is 2.8 miles round trip. Bring sack lunch, plenty of water, hat, sunscreen and a jacket. Please note: This tour is not suitable for wheelchairs and walkers. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Mon, Apr 20. Age: 55+ Mon Apr 27 BCC 8 am-3 pm $7/$9 164438-A

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COOT LAKE TRAIL (BOULDER) (3) Coot Lake is a scenic natural area with fishing. It is about 1.2 miles around the lake. Part of Coot Lake is a wildlife reserve for wetland species. Bring sack lunch, plenty of water, hat, sunscreen and a jacket. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, Apr 3. Age: 55+ Fri Apr 10 BCC 8:30 am-1 pm $7/$9 164440-A

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CHERRY CREEK STATE PARK (3) Cherry Creek Trail at Cherry Creek State Park is paved and accessible and is 4.75 miles. Bring sack lunch, plenty of water, hat, sunscreen and a jacket. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Wed, May 20. Age: 55+ Wed May 27 BCC 8:30 am-1 pm $7/$9 164441-A

SUNDAY BRUNCH:

CINZETTI'S (NORTHGLENN) (1) Guests step foot into an authentic Tuscan village centered around a cobblestone piazza with authentic dishes being prepared at fourteen specialty cooking stations. Stroll through the stations as chefs prepare authentic pasta, pizza, desserts and brunch items. Price of brunch is $14.89. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, Jan 17. Age: 55+ Sun Jan 26 BCC 10:45 am-1 pm $7/$9 164442-A

April 18 - Area 1 April 25 - Area 2 May 2 - Area 3 May 9 - Area 4

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THE SINK (BOULDER) (1) Since 1923, The Sink has served the best pizza and the best burger in Boulder. Located near CU on The Hill, they are known for their iconic art and funky vibe. Menu price ranges from $9-20. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Wed, Mar 11. Age: 55+ Wed Mar 18 BCC 4:15-7:15 pm $7/$9 164447-A

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JOHNNY'S ITALIAN STEAKHOUSE (THORNTON) (1) At Johnny's, their steaks take center stage and are complemented by a gourmet assortment of Italian cuisine and seafood, alongside an expertly curated wine list. Menu price ranges from $8-39. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Wed, Apr 15. Age: 55+ Wed Apr 22 BCC 4:30-7 pm $7/$9 164448-A

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PALMER DIVIDE RANCH TRAIL) (5) The Palmer Divide Ranch Trail is 4.4 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Larkspur. The elevation gain is 298 feet. The trail ascends through forested rocky ledges. Bring sack lunch, plenty of water, hat, sunscreen and a jacket. Please note: This tour is not suitable for wheelchairs and walkers. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, May 1. Age: 55+ Fri May 8 BCC 8 am-4 pm $7/$9 164439-A

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DANCING FAMILY

Boris Kramer, Kramer Sculptures Inc. 2013 bronze

SUPPER CLUB: EL MIRADOR (NORTHGLENN) (1)

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BROOMFIELD.ORG/PUBLICART SUNDAY BRUNCH: TANGERINE (LAFAYETTE) (1) Located in old town Lafayette, Tangerine creates innovative takes on traditional morning fare. Menu price ranges from $11-30. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, Mar 20. Age: 55+ Sun Mar 29 BCC 10:45 am-1 pm $7/$9 164443-A SUNDAY BRUNCH: THE BUFF (BOULDER) (1)

American grub like breakfast like pancakes filled with bacon and drinks in a mason jar. Menu price ranges from $8-15. Fee includes escort and transportation. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Fri, Apr 17. Age: 55+ Sun Apr 26 BCC 10:30 am-1:30 pm $7/$9 164444-A

SUPPER CLUB: COMMUNITY (LAFAYETTE) (1)

Community believes in strong bonds are formed around the dinner table with good food and conversation. The menu is intended to be passed, shared and sampled with friends and family. Menu price ranges from $10-34. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Wed, Jan 8. Age: 55+ Wed Jan 15 BCC 4:30-7:15 pm $7/$9 164445-A

SUPPER CLUB: GEORGIA BOYS BBQ (LONGMONT) (1) Come get some true Southern BBQ from Georgia Boys. Menu price ranges from $9-25. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Wed, Feb 12. Age: 55+ Wed Jan 15 BCC 4:15-7:15 pm $7/$9 164446-A

El Mirador is a colorful south of the border eatery offering sizable helpings of classic Mexican dishes. Menu price ranges from $10-19. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Wed, May 13. Age: 55+ Wed May 20 BCC 4:30-7 pm $7/$9 164449-A

Z CASINO

(BLACKHAWK) (3) Sit back and relax as you are comfortably taken to Black Hawk. Z Casino package includes $5 Z Plays on day of the trip, $5 off meal and free drinks while gambling. You must use your Club Z players card to earn points. Cancellation deadline: 3 BUSINESS days prior to trip. Please note: This tour is not suitable for power chairs. Age: 55+ Tue Jan 21 BCC 9 am-3 pm $6/$8 164451-A Tue Mar 17 BCC 9 am-3 pm $6/$8 164451-B Tue May 19 BCC 9 am-3 pm $6/$8 164451-D

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FLAGSTAFF HOUSE (BOULDER) (1) The Flagstaff House offers breathtaking views, New American cuisine and a world renowned wine list with impeccable service and touches of a family owned restaurant. Three course meal is $88. Fee includes escort and transportation. Cancellation deadline: Tue, Mar 3. Age: 55+ Tue Mar 10 BCC 4:45-7:45 pm $7/$9 164435-A

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MARDI GRAS CASINO

(BLACKHAWK) (3) Sit back and relax as you are comfortably taken to Black Hawk. Most casino packages includes 2 time points, $5 cash back during the trip, $5 off meals, and free drinks while gambling. You must use your players card to earn points. Cancellation deadline: 3 BUSINESS days prior to trip. Please note: This tour is not suitable for power chairs. Age: 55+ Tue Feb 18 BCC 9 am-3 pm $6/$8 164453-A Tue Apr 21 BCC 9 am-3 pm $6/$8 164453-B

BIRDS OF PREYLive Come see live birds of prey presented by the Birds of Prey Foundation! In this one-hour informative talk you will learn about several species of birds and their biology. See page 56 or visit Broomfield.org/OpenSpace for more info.

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ROSE PRUNING WORKSHOP Tree Recycling (See Broomfield.org/TreeBranches)

G.R.E.E.N.

Gardening • Recycling • Energy • Environment • Nature

WINTER MOONLIGHT WALK

Bundle up and join Broomfield’s Nature Program for an enchanting Winter Moonlight Walk at Lac Amora Open Space. Enjoy the nighttime wonders of nature while viewing the moon and stars. After the walk, view the nighttime sky through a telescope, listen to an exciting story from Spellbinders and warm up with some hot chocolate, cookies, and a complimentary mug. This event is entirely outdoors, please dress in warm layers, bring your own flashlight, and park along Miramonte Boulevard near Lac Amora Park (2800 Miramonte Blvd, Broomfield, 80020). Age: 4+ with adult Fri Jan 31 Lac Amora 6:30-8 pm FREE

PRESCHOOL NATURE WALKS

These walks are designed especially for preschoolers and their guardians. Take a walk with naturalists through Broomfield's open space areas. Learn about the animal life and plant life in your own backyard. Explore the area and learn about nature while having fun. There is NO CHARGE for these programs! Visit Broomfield.org/NaturePrograms to view location maps and the full 2020 schedule. Age: 0-5 with adult Wed Apr 15 Anthem Ranch 9-10 am FREE Wed Apr 29 Josh’s Pond 9-10 am FREE Wed May 13 Metzger Farm 9-10 am FREE Wed May 27 Commons 9-10 am FREE

KIDS' FISHING DERBY

Have you always wanted to take your child or grandchild fishing? You can right here in Broomfield at Tom Frost Reservoir! A brief introductory fishing clinic, poles, and bait are provided. Adult supervision and registration are required. Age: 6-12 Sat May 2 Tom Frost 8-9 am FREE 123002-A Sat May 2 Tom Frost 9-10 am FREE 123002-B Sat May 2 Tom Frost 10-11 am FREE 123002-C

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BIRDS OF PREY LIVE

Come see live birds of prey presented by the Birds of Prey Foundation! In this one-hour informative talk you will learn about several species of birds and their biology. Age: 4+ with adult Sat Feb 29 Audi 1:30-2:30 pm FREE

BROOMFIELD OPEN SPACE FOUNDATION PANCAKE BREAKFAST

Come support Broomfield Open Space Foundation (BOSF) with their annual Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser at Applebee's (6405 W 120th Ave). BOSF exists to serve our community by protecting, enhancing, and promoting the enjoyment of Broomfield's open space, trails, and wildlife. Tickets are $10 each, or $25 for two tickets and a membership, and are available for purchase at the door or BroomfieldOpenSpaceFoundation.org. Age: 4+ with adult Sat Mar 14 Applebee’s 7:30-9:30 am

SPRING OPEN SPACE SPEAKER SERIES

Show your support for Broomfield Open Space and learn more about trends, local wildlife, and opportunities to increase your enjoyment of open space. The Spring Speaker Series features "Colorado Corridors Project" with Paige Singer of Rocky Mountain Wild on Feb. 5; "Dark Skies Movement" with George Wolf on Mar. 4; and "South African Safaris" with Chris Petrizzo on Apr. 1. These free events are sponsored by the Broomfield Open Space Foundation and Broomfield's Open Space and Trails Department. Age: 12+ Wed Feb 5 Library 7-8 pm FREE Wed Mar 4 Library 7-8 pm FREE Wed Apr 1 Library 7-8 pm FREE

THE BROOMFIELD BIRD CLUB

The Broomfield Bird Club organizes bi-monthly presentations and monthly walks. To learn more about these interesting programs, please go to BroomfieldBird. Club. No registration required. Age: 18+

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DESIGN A XERISCAPE YARD

Learn about the 7 Principles of Xeriscape, soil amendments, proper irrigation, and the new Plant Select flowers and shrubs of 2020. No registration required. Age: 18+ Sat Mar 14 GDC 9-11 am FREE

LET'S TALK TREES

Learn about the tried and true species of trees for this area, plus new tree selections to consider planting. No registration required. Age: 18+ Sat Mar 21 GDC 9-11 am FREE

PAPER SHREDDING EVENT

Professional shredding services to safely and securely shred confidential tax, medical, and bank forms. No registration required. Age: 18+ Sat Apr 25 Service Ctr 9 am-1 pm FREE

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION DAY

Broomfield residents can dispose of their hazardous waste at the spring hazardous waste event. The City and County of Broomfield typically hosts two one-day dropoff events each year – one in the spring and one in the fall. Both events are by appointment only. Reservations for the spring event can be made starting March 2 by calling 303.438.6334. Age: 18+ Sat May 2 Service Ctr 8 am-12 pm FREE

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RAINWATER HARVESTING

This class will cover the basics of active and passive rainwater harvesting, rain barrel installation, planning, application, and laws. No registration required. Age: 18+ Thu Apr 2 GDC 6-7:30 pm FREE

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Promoting Classes about andthe strengthening environment, a healthy and howcommunity. to reduce, reuse and recycle

Wondering how to prune your roses? Bring your gardening gloves and learn how to care for your roses. No registration required. Age: 18+ Sat Mar 7 Depot 9-11 am FREE

Information about Colorado native plants will be discussed, including wildflowers, grasses, shrubs and trees that are adapted to our climate, elevation and soil types. No registration required. Age: 18+ Sat Apr 25 GDC 9-11 am FREE

G.R.E.E.N.

CSU Extension will cover supplies, timing, and techniques for starting seeds indoors for Colorado gardens. No registration required. Age: 18+ Sat Feb 22 GDC 9-11 am FREE

NATIVE LANDSCAPING AND WEED MANAGEMENT

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TREE PRUNING WORKSHOP

Learn what tools to use, how to maintain them, and when to use a professional arborist to prune your trees. Small groups will learn pruning techniques. No registration required. Age: 18+ Sat Apr 4 CP 9-11 am FREE

EARTH DAY: KIDS WORKSHOP

Drop off your child for a morning of fun activities, games, and learning about the environment. Each child will get a free goodie bag and t-shirt. Age: 6-10 Sat Apr 18 BCC 9 am-12 pm FREE 133006-A

BACKYARD COMPOSTING AND VERMICOMPOSTING

Learn the basics of backyard composting or using worms to vermicompost. Turn fallen leaves, food scraps, and other organics into a rich soil amendment. No registration required. Age: 18+ Sat Apr 18 GDC 9-11 am FREE

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PRESCRIPTION DRUG WASTE PROGRAM

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Our 2020 author will be two-time Newbery Award Medal winner Kate DiCamillo! Kate is the author of many distinguished books for children including The Tale of Despereaux, The Mercy Watson books, and our 2020 One Book Junior title Because of Winn-Dixie. Kate will be appearing at the library SUNDAY, MARCH 15 AT 2 P.M. All are welcome to join us for this free event. See B-REx.com or page 36 for more info

Gain a better understanding of how to care for your roses throughout the year, including feeding, pruning, re-potting, and protecting your plants from Colorado winters. No registration required. Age: 18+ Sat May 9 GDC 9-11 am FREE

PATIO GARDENING

No space to garden? Think again! Whether you want to grow your own food or add outdoor interest, join CSU Extension to learn how to make the most out of container gardening in small spaces. No registration required. Age: 18+ Sat May 16 GDC 9-11 am FREE

WASTE OIL RECYCLING

Also offered the first Saturday of each month from 8 a.m. to noon. Acceptable types of oil are automotive engine, transmission, and differential, as well as used cooking oil. No appointment necessary. Age: 18+ Tu-F Jan 1-Dec 31 Service Ctr 8 am-3 pm FREE

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C IRCEEAT L N SI E VD E Y BO RO UO TH M FPI R EO LD GRAMS Cultural activities Education is the most for powerful all ages thing we can use to change the world. ~Nelson Mandela.

PLAN BEE SERIES

Wondering how to get started with your first backyard beehive? Plan BEE is a beginner beekeeping series from CSU Extension and the Depot Museum. Register for all six classes, or pick and choose your favorite topics. The March class will cover the history of beekeeping in Broomfield, beekeeping equipment, permitting, and more! Registration is required. Age: 18+ Wed Mar 11 Depot 6-8 pm FREE 163101-A Wed Apr 8 Depot 6-8 pm FREE 163101-B Wed May 13 Depot 6-8 pm FREE 163101-C

BEE HOUSES

In this hands-on workshop, participants will make bee hotels to take home or install at the museum. These structures are designed to provide a place for native bees to lay their eggs. You can become a citizen scientist and track the different bees who use your hotel! Age: 9+ Sat Mar 14 Depot 9-11 am FREE 163102-A

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PARENTS' NIGHT OUT

While parents get some time to themselves, kids can keep busy with supervised gym time, cooking, and other activities. Pricing is per family. Age: 5-12 Sat Feb 8 PDRC 5-8 pm $30/$35 145000-A Sat Apr 11 PDRC 5-8 pm $30/$35 145000-B

EARLY LEARNING:

LITTLE LEARNERS PLUS This class is an extended class for preschool children. The structured theme curriculum places emphasis on large motor, small motor, cognitive, science and math life skills. Zoo Phonics will also be introduced to learn letters and sounds. Children must be toilet-trained and not in diapers or pull ups to be eligible for this class. Age: 3 years by September 30, 2019 to enroll. Contact Nichole at 303.464.5545 for more information. Age: 3-4 TuTh Jan 7-May 14 PDRC 1-3 pm $653.60/$719 145002-C MWF Jan 6-May 15 PDRC 1-3 pm $792/$871.20 145002-D

EARLY LEARNING:

EARLY EXPLORERS This class focuses on preparing your youngster for kindergarten. Various activities are used to help your child gain a general understanding of themed topics as well as letters through Zoo Phonics. Your child is exposed to structured classroom situations as well as unstructured time. This is a Pre K course. Age: 4 years by September 30, 2019 to enroll Please contact Nichole at 303.464.5545 for more information. Age: 4-5 MWF Jan 6-May 15 PDRC 9-11:30 am $1023/$1342 145003-A TuTh Jan 7-May 14 PDRC 9-11:30 am $836/$926 145003-B TuTh Jan 7-May 14 PDRC 12:30-3 pm $836/$926 145003-C MWF Jan 6-May 15 PDRC 9-11:30 am $1220/$1342 145003-D MWF Jan 6-May 15 PDRC 9-11:30 am $1220/$1342 145003-E

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PALOOZA

Keep the whole family active during spring break! While parents take a break, can join in the fun in the gym, gymnastics, and the pool. Drop in fees apply. AGE: 4-6 M-F Mar 23-27 PDRC 9-11 am $5/$8 145007-B AGE: 7-12 M-F Mar 23-27 PDRC 9-11 am $5/$8 145007-A

SCHOOL'S OUT!

What is better than having a day off from school? Having something to do! You'll be able to hang out with your friends throughout days filled with activities and field trips. Each field trip will depart the Paul Derda Community Center at 9:30 a.m. and return by 4 p.m. Sign-in will be downstairs in the Spruce room. Each trip is supervised by trained Day Camp Staff. Each day kids need to pack two snacks, lunch, and a water bottle. Age: 7-14 Mon Jan 20 PDRC 7 am-6 pm $50/$55 145101-A Thu Feb 13 PDRC 7 am-6 pm $50/$55 145101-B Fri Feb 14 PDRC 7 am-6 pm $50/$55 145101-C Mon Feb 17 PDRC 7 am-6 pm $50/$55 145101-D Fri Apr 17 PDRC 7 am-6 pm $50/$55 145101-E Mon Apr 20 PDRC 7 am-6 pm $50/$55 145101-F

PRESCHOOL & SCHOOL'S OUT

GARDENING

ROSE GARDENING

It's not safe to flush prescription drugs down the toilet or throw them in the household trash. Broomfield Environmental Services and Broomfield Police Department have partnered with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to provide a safe drop-off for proper disposal of prescription drugs. No appointment necessary. Age: 18+ M-F Jan 1-Dec 31 PD 8 am-4 pm FREE

SPRING BREAK CAMP EXPLORER

Spend Spring Break on adventurous field trips with your friends! Spring Break Camp takes advantage of time off from school by taking field trips every day. From Boondocks to bowling, our campers are busy from beginning to end. Age: 7-14 Mon Mar 23 PDRC 7 am-6 pm $50/$55 145105-A Tue Mar 24 PDRC 7 am-6 pm $50/$55 145105-B Wed Mar 25 PDRC 7 am-6 pm $50/$55 145105-C Thu Mar 26 PDRC 7 am-6 pm $50/$55 145105-D Fri Mar 27 PDRC 7 am-6 pm $50/$55 145105-E

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SOCCER Kick – shoot – score! Come be part of the team as we work on learning the basic fundamentals of soccer. We will compete in the regional competition, your Special Olympics must be up to date. Age: 8+ Tue Apr 7-May 19 Highland 4:30-5:30 pm $50/$60 144070-A (GP) Tue Apr 7-May 19 Highland 4:30-5:30 pm $50/$60 144070-B (1:1)

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T H E R A P E U T I C R E C R E AT I O N Promotingthat Programs and enhance strengthening recreation a healthy opportunities community. for people of all ability levels and ages

TRACK & FIELD On your marks, get set, go! Train with us for Special Olympics while working out and meeting new friends. We will compete in the regional competition. Your Special Olympics medical will need to be up to date prior to competition. Age: 8+ Thu Apr 9-May 21 Westlake 5:30-6:30 pm $50/$60 144090-A (GP) Thu Apr 9-May 21 Westlake 5:30-6:30 pm $50/$60 144090-B (1:1)

WHAT IS THERAPEUTIC RECREATION?

The Therapeutic Recreation Program is designed to provide and enhance recreation opportunities for people of all ability levels and ages to participate in leisure services. We offer both specialized classes and inclusion opportunities.

MAINSTREAM/ INCLUSION

We offer assistance to individuals with or without disabilities to recreate together. If you see a class offered in the program guide and would like to participate but need assistance, contact Rachel Robbins, C.T.R.S. at 303.460.6924 or TR@Broomfield.org. Please allow three weeks prior to the start of class to allow us to assist in providing the necessary support. Our staff and trained volunteers work hard to provide the highest level of experience possible to the participants. When registering please allow enough time before the class starts, and register according to the needs of the participant. Thanks for your cooperation in helping us keep this program a success.

WHEN REGISTERING:

GP: (Group) Participants who are independent or require minimal verbal prompting and minimal behaviors. 1:1: Participants who need physical assistance and/or additional support due to behavioral needs.

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BASKETBALL Nothing but net! Join us for another fun filled league season of basketball. We will continue to work on skills, good sportsmanship and teamwork. This is for the athlete with basic understanding of the sport. We play in the Unified league in Boulder every Tuesday night, transportation is on your own. Games times determined by the league schedule. If you choose to compete in the Special Olympics sanctioned tournament your medical must be up to date. Age: 15+ Tue Jan 7-Mar 3 E. Boulder C.C. 5-9 pm $50/$60 144001-A (GP)

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TR ADAPTIVE GYMNASTICS

Does your child love jumping, climbing, rolling and playing games? Sign up for this class and work on motor planning skills through stretching, tumbling and games. This class is designed for children with disabilities. Age: 3-6 Wed Jan 8-Mar 18 PDRC 9-9:30 am $116/$131 144240-A (GP) Wed Jan 8-Mar 18 PDRC 9-9:30 am $110/$131 144240-B (1:1)

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GYMNASTICS All skill levels welcome. Want to be part of a team? This is for the athlete who would like to train on Broomfield's team for the regional Special Olympics competition in the Spring. We will be working on skill development of floor routines, balance beam, vault, and uneven bars. AGE: 16+ Wed Jan 8-Mar 18 PDRC 4-4:50 pm $116/$131 144005-E (GP) Wed Jan 8-Mar 18 PDRC 4-4:50 pm $116/$131 144005-F (1:1) Wed Apr 1-May 20 PDRC 4-4:50 pm $84/$94 144005-G (GP) Wed Apr 1-May 20 PDRC 4-4:50 pm $84/$94 144005-H (1:1) AGE: 8-15 Wed Jan 8-Mar 18 PDRC 4-4:50 pm $116/$131 144005-A (GP) Wed Jan 8-Mar 18 PDRC 4-4:50 pm $116/$131 144005-B (1:1) Wed Apr 1-May 20 PDRC 4-4:50 pm $84/$94 144005-C (GP) Wed Apr 1-May 20 PDRC 4-4:50 pm $84/$94 144005-D (1:1)

TR YOUNG ATHLETES:

SOCCER Is your child interested in playing soccer? Come join us as we explore the basics of the game in a fun environment! Young Athletes is geared towards individuals wanting to join Special Olympics. Age: 3-7 Tue Apr 7-May 12 Highland 5:30-6:15 pm $40/$48 144071-A (GP) Tue Apr 7-May 12 Highland 5:30-6:15 pm $40/$48 144071-B (1:1)

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The Broomfield Police Department and the Broomfield Therapeutic Recreation Program will be offering a Safety Awareness Class. This class is designed for individuals with developmental disabilities. We will meet at the Police Department. We will define what is an emergency and what to do in an emergency. Participants will get an opportunity to go through a mock 9-1-1 phone conversation with an employee from Dispatch. Age: 15+ Wed Mar 4 Police 6-7:30 pm $5/$8 144204-A (GP)

Come and play with inventHQ Crayola marker airbrushes! We will personalize a wood plaque with your name or favorite sport! Age: 16+ Mon Feb 3 inventHQ 4-5 pm $10/$15 144850-A (GP)

TR SWIM LESSONS

These lessons are designed for individuals with a disability. This program is designed for the beginning swimmer. Swimming fundamentals and basic strokes are taught working on what the participant can do to swim! Class ratios are one instructor per three kids. If you would like a 1:1 see Private Swim Lessons (page 16.) AGE: 3-7 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 10-10:25 am $25/$32 144300-A MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 4-4:25 pm $45/$56 144300-B TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 4-4:25 pm $55/$70 144300-C AGE: 8-15 Sat Feb 15-Mar 7 PDRC 10:30-10:55 am $25/$32 144300-D MW Mar 9-Apr 8 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $45/$56 144300-E TuTh Apr 14-May 14 PDRC 4:30-4:55 pm $55/$70 144300-F

TR WEIGHT TRAINING

This class is for individuals with developmental disabilities. Need help with the machines, want a trainer to help you with your workout program? Then join us and your friends in a weekly workout on the weights. Taught by a certified personal trainer. Age: 15+ Thu Jan 23-Feb 27 PDRC 4-5 pm $50/$60 144221-A (GP) Thu Jan 23-Feb 27 PDRC 4-5 pm $50/$60 144221-B (1:1)

MORNING GATHERING

BIRDS ON NATURAL STONE Gilberto Romero, Fine Art Metal Works 2013 bronze, stone, metal (County Commons Park: 13200 Sheridan Blvd.)

TR PICKLEBALL

Back by popular demand! Learn one of the fastest growing racquet sports in the U.S. The game is similar to tennis/ping-pong and played on a smaller tennis court. Pickleball is a great recreational social activity played with friends and family. Equipment provided. Age: 12+ Wed Jan 22-Mar 4 PDRC 4-4:55 pm $50/$60 144540-A (GP)

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TR ADAPTIVE YOUTH SPORTS SAMPLER

Love sports and want to try out a variety of activities or want to try them for the first time? We will explore movement and sports in a fun and safe environment. This class is designed for youth with disabilities. Age: 4-8 Sat Mar 7-28 PDRC 9-9:45 am $30/$36 144230-A (GP) Sat Mar 7-28 PDRC 9-9:45 am $30/$36 144230-B (1:1)

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Cultural information General activities foronallservices ages the City and County of Broomfield offers

LOAN CLOSET

The Loan Closet is available for Broomfield residents 60+, individuals with disabilities, and their caregivers. Walkers, wheelchairs, canes, crutches and bath benches are available for short-term loan. Monetary donations are accepted to maintain the equipment. Call 303.464.5526 or email senior-services@broomfield.org for more information. Age: 60+ and or individuals with disabilities

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES EASY RIDE

Easy Ride provides safe, dependable transportation for residents 60+ and individuals with disabilities for nutritional, medical, and personal needs. A transportation intake form must be completed prior to receiving services. Transportation must be scheduled at least two business days in advance. Out of town medical trips are available in a limited area Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Voluntary contributions are accepted in lieu of fees. For more information, please call 303.464.5534 or visit: Broomfield.org/EasyRide. Age: 60+ and or disabled M-F BCC 8:30 am-4:30 pm

CAREGIVER RESPITE PROGRAM

Are you providing care for someone 60+ in Broomfield County? Please contact Senior Services at 303.464.5529 or email lclaxton@broomfield.org to find out how the Caregiver Respite Program may be able to assist you with no cost, temporary, in-home services. Qualifications are based on need. This valuable program provides respite care for family members and/or regular caregivers while supporting seniors the opportunity to age in place. Funding is made possible thanks to a local grant and contributions from individuals which are strictly voluntary and confidential. If you would like to contribute, please call 303.464.5526. Age: 60+

HANDYMAN PROGRAM

The Senior Volunteer Handyman Program provides the services necessary to enhance the quality of life for older adults residing in Broomfield County. The goal of the program is to help seniors live safely and independently. Services include minor home repairs and maintenance and are provided by skilled volunteers. Please call 303.464.5529 or email lclaxton@broomfield. org for more information. In addition to the volunteers, the Handyman Program is also made possible by the generous contributions of individuals. All contributions are voluntary and confidential. If you would like to contribute, please call 303.464.5526. Age: 60+

DAMSEL

Nnamdi Okonkwo, Nnamdi Art LLC 2013 silicon bronze (County Commons Park, 13200 Sheridan Blvd)

VOLUNTEERING WITH SENIOR SERVICES

RIVER OTTER

Fred Lunger, 2014. bronze (Quail Creek Park: 138th Ave and Zuni)

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Senior Services' programs and events rely on hardworking and dedicated volunteers. Volunteers serve in many different capacities such as: front desk, daily lunch program, driving for Meals on Wheels, and helping with special events. Please stop by Senior Services for a volunteer application, find out what positions are currently available and enjoy the rewards of volunteering. Please call 303.464.5526 for more information. Age: 12+

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Broomfield County Commons

Class dates and times may change. Call us or visit Broomfield.org/Policies for the most current information. Individuals on the waitlist will be contacted if spots become available and given first priority to added classes. All classes are subject to cancellation if the minimum enrollment is not met two business days prior to the first day of class. If you see a class offered in the program guide and would like to participate but need assistance, please let us know. A minimum of three weeks is needed to allow us time to provide support your need to attend that class. The most up-to-date information can be found at B-REx.com.

REFUND POLICY

Refunds and/or credits are determined by the specific department or program coordinator and may be prorated and assessed fees. The City and County policy does not allow cash refunds. Please visit Broomfield.org/Policies for the City and County of Broomfield’s full Refund Policy.

I N F O R M AT I O N CHILD SITTING AT THE PAUL DERDA RECREATION CENTER

This service is available to participants age 6 months up to their 10th birthday, whose parents or legal guardians are participating in open recreation center activities or programs and remain inside the Recreation Center. Pick up a parent information handbook for specific policies and procedures at the child sitting facility. To reserve your child sitting spot, call 303.460.6916 or visit Broomfield.org/ChildSitting. Reservations may be made online 24 hours a day, two days in advance. Drop-in care is welcome, based on space availability. CURRENT HOURS​ Mon-Thu 8 am–8 pm Fri 8 am–6:30 pm Sat/Sun 8 am–1 pm 1.5 hour maximum stay. All hours are subject to change. FEES Punches and Drop-Ins are per child per half hour. Child sitting is included in the PDRC Recreation Pass. The annual child sitting pass must be purchased at the time you purchase your family pass and must run for the duration of the family pass. Type Resident Fee Non-Resident Fee Drop-In $1.50 $1.75 40-Punch Pass $50 $70

DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT

The City and County of Broomfield does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age or disability in the provision of services. Anyone needing reasonable accommodation to attend or participate in a city program, service, or activity, is asked to contact us at info@broomfield.org as far in advance of the scheduled event as possible. We would appreciate at least three weeks’ notice. PDRC Recreation: 303.460.6900 BCC Recreation: 303.464.5500 Library / Cultural Affairs: 720.887.2356 G.R.E.E.N.: 303.438.6366

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WHO QUALIFIES FOR A RESIDENT RATE? Any person owning taxable real or personal property or permanently residing within the City and County of Broomfield and can show verification. Those who wish to purchase any RESIDENT card or pass are required to show a photo ID and two of the following documents showing correct name, current date and current Broomfield address to “verify residency”: • Utility bill (phone or water bill) • Car registration • Voter registration card • Statement from major creditor • Recent Broomfield County tax notice • Rental contract/mortgage statement

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1stBank Center (11450 Broomfield Ln) Anthem Community Park (15663 Sheridan Pkwy) Aspen Creek Elementary School (5500 Aspen Creek Dr) Broomfield Auditorium (3 Community Park Rd) Batting Cages & Skate Park (150 Spader Way) Bay Outdoor Aquatic Park (250 Spader Way) Brandywine Park (124th Ave & Lowell) Broadlands East Park (2901 Broadlands Ct) Broadlands West Park (Meadow Mtn Rd & Sheridan) Bronco Park (Westlake Dr & Grove Cir) Broomfield Community Center (BCC) (280 Spader Way) Broomfield County Commons Park (13200 Sheridan Blvd) Broomfield Crescent Grange (7901 W. 120th Ave) Broomfield Heights Middle School (1555 Ridgeview Dr) Broomfield High School (1 Eagle Dr) Broomfield Industrial Park (11451 Teller St) Broomfield Library (3 Community Park Road) Brunner House (640 Main St) Broomfield United Methodist Church (545 W 10th Ave) Centennial Elementary School (13200 Westlake Dr) Columbine Meadows Park (Hazel St & Meadow Ave) Community Park (200 Community Park Dr) Community Park Ballfields (E. 1st Ave & Spader Way) Country Estates Park (Aspen St & Durango) Country Vista Park (132rd Pl & Sheridan) Coyote Ridge Elementary School (13770 Broadlands Dr) Del Corso Park (13780 Del Corso Way) Depot Museum (2201 W 10th Ave) Discovery Park (Miramonte Blvd & Kohl St) Emerald Park (3rd Ave & Main St) Frank Varra Park (US Highway 36 & W Flatiron Crossing Dr) Garden Center (6 Garden Center) Greenway Park (118th Ave & Ponderosa) Highland Park (1199 Highland Park Dr) Health and Human Services (100 Spader Way) Holy Family High School (5195 W 144th Ave) inventHQ (6 Garden Center: 2nd Floor) Interlocken East Park (Interlocken Pkwy & Interlocken Blvd) Interlocken West Park (Eldorado Bvd & Network Parkway) Jefferson Academy (11251 Reed Way) Kohl Elementary School (W 10th Ave & Kohl) Lac Amora Park (W 10th Ave & Oak Cir N) Legacy Park (2705 W 136th Ave) McKay Lake Park and Open Lands (4000 Zuni St) Meridian Elementary School (14256 McKay Park Cir) Midway Park (Kohl St & Midway Blvd) Mountain View Elementary (12401 Perry St) Northmoor Park (13th Ave & Birch) Outlook Park (136th Ave & Main St) Paul Derda Recreation Center (PDRC) (13201 Lowell Blvd) Pinion Park (Westlake Dr & Princess Cir) Quail Creek Park (2300 W 138th Ave) Richard S Steele Park (Lilac & Hoyl St) Ridgeview Heights Park (Hemlock Way & W 18th Ave) Soaring Eagle Park (15920 Lowell Blvd) The Lodge at Skyestone (11057 N. Montane Dr) Tom Frost Reservoir (Midway & Lowell) Trails North at Westlake (13499 Hazel Place) Trails South at Westlake (Trails Ave & Briarwood Drive) Westlake Middle School (2500 W 135th Ave) Westlake Park (134th Ave & Westlake Dr) Wildgrass Park (14758 Eagle River Loop) Willow Park (Midway & Vrain Cr) Willow Run Park (Willow Run Pkwy & Bryant St) Zang's Spur Park (W 10th Ave & Depot Hill Rd)

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13201 Lowell Boulevard BroomfieldRecreation.com 303.460.6900

280 Spader Way BroomfieldRecreation.com 303.464.5500

HOURS OF OPERATION Mon–Thu...........5 am–10 pm Fri*.................. 5 am–8 pm Sat............. 6:45 am**–8 pm Sun.................. 8 am–6 pm

HOURS OF OPERATION The Senior side is still open during construction! Please use Senior Center Main Entrance during construction. Mon-Thu............ 8 am–9 pm Fri................... 8 am–7 pm Sat................... 8 am–4 pm Sun....................... Closed

*Sept 7 – May 29: building closes at 6:30 pm **Temporary hours during BCC Construction Please Note: Pool closes 30 minutes prior to closure. SPECIAL HOURS January 1................ Closed April 12.................. Closed SPECIAL HOURS January 1........... 8 am-4 pm May 25................... Closed April 12.................. Closed May 25.............. 7 am-5 pm DROP-IN FEES Resident: 0-3......................... FREE DROP-IN FEES 4-17........................... $3 Resident: 0-3......................... FREE 18-59.......................... $4 4-17....................... $3.50 60+............................ $3 18-59.......................... $5 Non-Resident: 60+............................ $4 0-3......................... FREE 4-17....................... $4.75 Non-Resident: 0-3......................... FREE 18-59...................... $6.25 4-17....................... $6.25 60+........................ $4.75 18-59...................... $7.75 60+........................ $6.25 AVAILABLE PASSES*** • BCC 10-Punch Pass • BCC 20-Punch Pass AVAILABLE PASSES*** • PDRC 10-Punch Pass • PDRC 20-Punch Pass • All Facility Pass

BROOMFIELD LIBRARY

BROOMFIELD BAY AQUATIC PARK 250 Spader Way Broomfield.org/Bay 303.464.5520

3 Community Park Rd BroomfieldLibrary.com 720.887.2300

HOURS OF OPERATION Open May 23 – Sep 7, 2020 Sat-Thu........10 am-6:00 pm Fri**................10 am-8 pm ** Family Night: 4–8 pm: Bring your entire immediate family (up to a max of 5 people) from 4–8 pm for $15 for residents, $25 nonresidents! Please Note: Pool closes 30 minutes prior to closure.

HOURS OF OPERATION Mon-Thu............ 9 am-9 pm Fri/Sat.............. 9 am-5 pm Sun...................... 1-5 pm SPECIAL HOURS January 1................ Closed January 20.............. Closed January 21.............. Closed January 22.............. Closed January 23.............. Closed January 24.............. Closed February 17............. Closed April 12.................. Closed May 25................... Closed

DROP-IN FEES Resident: 0-3......................... FREE 4+.............................. $5 AVAILABLE PASSES Non-Resident: • Library Card (visit 0-3.......................... FREE BroomfieldLibrary.com 4–17........................... $7 and click the “Get a Card 18–59 years................... $9 Online” link.) 60+............................ $7 AVAILABLE PASSES*** • All Facility Pass

INVENTHQ

6 Garden Center (2nd Floor) Broomfield.org/inventHQ 303.460.6836 EXAMPLE OF OPEN HOURS* Tue.................... 2-7 p.m. Thur................... 1-5 p.m. Sat.......... 11:30 am-4:30 pm * Open hours are variable and subject to change. Visit Broomfield.org/inventHQ for specific hours.

*** For more information on Passes and Fees, visit B-REx.com and click on the “Passes” link.

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BROOMFIELD IS GETTING A NEW COMMUNITY CENTER! Construction started in Fall 2018 and is expected to be complete in 2020. Stay up to date on its progress at Broomfield.org/BCCReconstruction.

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