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FIZZ, BOOM, READ! @ the Library KICKOFF: LEGO ROCKET SCIENCE

Saturday, June 7 Learn about gears, mechanisms, and robotics as you create a variety of LEGO models. Registration required.

THE INCREDIBLE WATER JOURNEY

Wednesday, June 18 Learn about the movement of water through the water cycle and travel through clouds, oceans, and glaciers as a water molecule.

SCIENCE SAFARI: SPARKS ARE FLYING!

Wednesday, July 9 Make big, fun sparks in the dark and learn about electrostatics. Registration required.

GET A CLUE!

POP! BANG! BOOM!

Thursday, July 17 Get ready to make things pop, fizzle, and explode!

Wednesday, July 30 Utilize observation, critical thinking, and deductive reasoning skills to learn about fingerprint identification, ink testing, and hair analysis using microscopes.

FINALE: DAZZLING DAVE

Friday, August 22 Dazzling Dave’s Science Spectacular will entertain, teach, and wow you with this exciting exploration into the fundamentals of science!

CREATURE TEACHER

Wednesday, August 6 The Creature Teacher will bring her live animals to show the “why” and “how” of some amazing creatures.

Carrollton Public Library Summer Reading Program June 6-August 22

The City of Carrollton is excited to present the new Leisure Connections format. The nine main categories below are listed on a “tab bar” menu on the side of each page. The category you are in will be highlighted on the side tab bar menu. For instance, if you are in the Aquatics category, Aquatics will be highlighted on the tab menu. Each category has sub-categories to better aid you in locating classes. Most notable of the changes is the preschool offerings. Preschool classes will now be located under their specific categories such as Education, Sports, and The Arts.

On the Inside

2 Library Summer Reading Program

4 Facilities 4 Facility Listings

4 Membership 6 Parties 7 Rentals

8 Aquatics 15 Athletics

15 Leagues & Tournaments

17 Community

17 A.W. Perry Homestead Museum 18 Events

23 Library 27 Education

27 27 27 29 30

Certifications Classes Preschool Classes Science Trips

31 The Arts

31 Arts & Crafts 32 Dance 34 Music

35 Fitness

35 Cardio 37 Pilates/Tai Chi/Yoga 37 Personal Training

38 Sports

38 39 40 41 42

Classes Golf Gymnastics Martial Arts Tennis

45 Leisure Amenities 46 Leisure Map 47 Park & Recreation Month Calendar 48 Save The Date – Calendar Highlights

On the cover…

W.J. Thomas Splash Park is a beautiful site featuring mature shade trees, a wooden deck with picnic tables, plenty of parking, rolling green lawns, a playground, and restrooms nestled in a quiet neighborhood. Features include spray equipment and shade structures. Located within easy walking distance from the popular W.J. Thomas and Josey Ranch sports fields, this is the perfect site for free water play and family picnics. To start the water flowing, push the button on top of the red fire hydrant water feature in the splash area. The water pressure builds and the features come on slowly.

Register online at cityofcarrollton.com/signupnow Registration for Carrollton residents begins April 7. Non-residents may begin registration April 21. Classes begin April 28.

Cit y Information : 972- 46 6 - 3 0 0 0 cit yofcarrollton.com • Facilit y hours, fees, and programming subject to change.

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New Leisure Connections Format

Sports Fitness The Arts Education Library Community Athletics Aquatics Facilities

Parks & Recreation Administration

1610 E. Crosby Road • 972-466-3080 • cityofcarrollton.com/parksandrec • facebook.com/CarrolltonPARD Event Hotline: 972-466-9135

Hours Monday-Thursday Friday

7:30am-5:30pm 7:30-11:30am

Park Hours and Rules • Park hours are 5:30am-10pm daily unless otherwise posted. • Unauthorized vehicles are prohibited on park property. • Possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited. • Fireworks and/or firearms of any kind are not permitted. • Golfing is not allowed on park property. • Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times. • Guidelines for the use of bounce houses in City parks can be found at cityofcarrollton.com/parksandrec or by calling 972-466-3080. • To report graffiti, vandalism, or maintenance needs, please call 972-466-3160. • To report a violation of Park rules or suspicious activity, contact Carrollton Police non-emergency at 972-466-3333.

1610 E. Crosby Road • 972-466-9810 cityofcarrollton.com/crosby facebook.com/CarrolltonPARD

Hours Monday-Friday 6am-9pm Saturday 9am-6pm Sunday CLOSED Facility hours and fees subject to change.

Amenities Basketball Gym • Fitness Center • Meeting Rooms Game Room/Snack Area • Public Computers Variety of table games and puzzles Locker rooms w/showers • Wi-Fi available Boxing Room

Membership Fees

Crosby Teen Advisory Council

Good at Rosemeade and Crosby Recreation Centers. Also provides access to the Carrollton Senior Center for members 50+.

Meets at 6:30pm on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. The meetings are open to all interested 13-17 year olds.

Annual 3-month Resident/Non-resident Resident/Non-resident Senior 65+ $27/$47 $10/$18 Adult 16-64 $85/$128 $32/$48 Youth 9-15 $27/$47 $10/$18 Family/Group* $148/$223 $56/$84 Additional Adult $20 $8 Additional Youth/Senior $10 $4 *Includes four members. All members must reside at the same address.

Replacement Card $5

Daily Passes Senior 65+ Adult 16-64 Youth 9-15

Resident Non-resident $4 $7 $7 $10 $4 $7

Athletics Office

Rosemeade Recreation Center 1330 E. Rosemeade Parkway • 972-466-9800 cityofcarrollton.com/rosemeade facebook.com/CarrolltonPARD

Hours Monday-Thursday 5:30am-10pm Friday 5:30am-9pm 9am-6pm Saturday Sunday noon-6pm Facility hours and fees subject to change.

Amenities 2 Basketball Gyms • Fitness Center 4 Racquetball Courts • Meeting Rooms Game Room • Dance Room Snack Area • Playground Showers • Variety of table games and puzzles Wi-Fi available

1330 E. Rosemeade Parkway • 972-466-9833 cityofcarrollton.com/athletics facebook.com/CarrolltonPARD

Rosemeade Teen Advisory Council

Hours

Meets at 6:30pm on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. The meetings are open to all interested 13-17 year olds.

Monday-Friday Rainout Line: 214-559-6094

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Crosby Recreation Center

8am-5pm ci t yofcarroll ton.com /parks andrec • Facili t y hours, fees , and programming s ubject to change.

1720 Keller Springs Road • 972-466-4850 cityofcarrollton.com/seniorcenter facebook.com/CarrolltonPARD

Hours Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8am-5pm Tuesday 8am-7:30pm Thursday 8am-9:30pm Saturday 9am-1pm Facility hours and fees subject to change.

Amenities

Check out these classes that take place at the Senior Center: Jazzercise and Zumba Gold on page 36; and Aging Gracefully Yoga and Qigong/Tai Chi for Arthritis on page 37.

Three 9’ billiard tables • Fitness rooms Pond with walking track • Ping Pong • Wii games Two horse shoe pits • ½ basketball court Big screen TV in living room area Variety of table games, puzzles, and books Large day room area with tables and chairs Wi-Fi available Receive the Senior Sampler, the Carrollton Senior Center bulletin, in the Metrocrest Services bi-monthly newsletter FREE by mail by calling 972-242-4464.

Thursday Night Dances 7-9:30pm • $5 per person Admission includes entry into the dance and a free dance lesson at 6pm. Enjoy cookies and coffee during the break. Bands include: High Caliber, Southern Pride, Dallas City Limits, and Ronnie Martin.

Monthly Themed Luncheons May 15. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mayfest June 19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gift of Laughter July 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Christmas in July August 21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Viva Las Vegas

Senior Center Advisory Council Meets at 11am on the 1st Tuesday of the month. The meetings are open to all.

Monthly Activities 2 Friday • 10am Blood Pressure and Sugar Screening by the Carrollton Fire Department nd

2nd Wednesday • 10:15am-12:15pm Jumbo Hot Dogs and all the fixin’s for $2 3rd Monday • 1pm Movie Monday • Movie and refreshments Last Tuesday • 1pm Monthly birthday party Last Tuesday • Seating 12:30pm • Tournament 1pm Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament Players who place at the last table of eight during the year qualify to play in The Tournament of Champions in December. April 29, May 27, June 24, July 22, August 19 Vitamin B-12 Shots

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2 Friday of every month. . . . . . . . . . . . Out to Lunch October 6-10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Branson

Membership Fees This membership honored ONLY at the Senior Center.

Annual 3-month Resident/Non-resident Resident/Non-resident Senior 50-59 $25/$40 $9/$15 Senior 60-69 $15/$30 $6/$11 Senior 70+ $10/$25 (lifetime fee) Replacement Card $5

Daily Pass Resident/Non-resident Senior 50+ $2/$5

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Senior Center

Sports Fitness The Arts Education Library Community Athletics Aquatics Facilities

Oak Creek Tennis Center 2531 Oak Creek Drive • 972-466-6389 oakcreektenniscenter.com

Spring & Summer Hours Monday-Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

8am-10pm 8am-8pm 8am-6pm noon-7pm

The Tennis Center reserves the right to close due to inclement weather and/or lack of court demand. Players should call 972-466-6389 (option 1) for the status of programs. For all other tennis information please see “Tennis” in the Sports category of this magazine.

A.W. Perry Homestead Museum 1509 N. Perry Road • 972-466-6380 cityofcarrollton.com/museum facebook.com/AWPerryHomesteadMuseum Pinterest/AWPerryHomesteadMuseum

Hours Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday Tours at 11am and 1pm, or by appointment. Free admission. For more information or group tour reservations, call or visit us online.

Parties GLITZ & GLAM BIRTHDAY PARTY

DANCE & MORE BIRTHDAY PARTY Birthday Party Package for children ages 3-12 at Rosemeade Recreation Center. Package is for the birthday child and up to nine guests. Party includes a dance class with Ms. Joanna and a party room for your event. Supervision, set up, clean up, and decorations are the responsibility of the renter/parent. For questions or reservations, contact Susan Schafer at 972-466-9815. Parties are two hours and can be scheduled in advance for: Fridays 1-3pm Saturdays 3-5pm Sundays 2 hours (times vary) Fees: $120 Residents/$132 Non-residents plus a $25 deposit

Makeup may cause an allergic reaction in some people. Parents, how would you like to show up to a ready-made birthday party for your little princess? The room will be decorated hot pink and purple and the entertainment will include mini-makeup sessions and preparation for a runway fashion show. All you have to do is bring the food, drinks, and table necessities (plastic-ware, cups, etc.). Price includes birthday girl, four invited guests (each additional guest is $10), and birthday girl’s party bag. For more information, contact Ms. Jackson at 214-673-2101 or ajackson716@msn.com. Instructor: Jackson CLASS # LOC AGE 602100-01 RRC 8-14

DATES DAY TIME $(RES/NR) 5/3-8/30 Sa 2-4pm $60/$66

Refund Policy

Refund Policies may vary for different classes/sports/events. Please refer to the website or see front desk staff at your facility for more information.

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Looking for that perfect location for a party or a place to celebrate a special occasion? Look no further than the City of Carrollton. Ask about our rental rates and book your next event close to home. Indian Creek Pavilion

Outdoor Facilities A.W. Perry Homestead Museum 972-466-6380 • 1509 N. Perry Road Accommodates 100

Mary Heads Carter Pavilion

972-466-3080 • 2320 Heads Lane Accommodates 150

Sports Fields (various locations) 972-466-9833

Ga zebo

Resident: $30 / hour • Non-resident: $35 / hour Field with lights: $20 / hour + above rental fees (other fees such as field preparation may apply)

Historic Downtown Gazebo 972-466-3080 • 1103 W. 3rd Street

Accommodates 50 (over 50 requires a Special Event permit, 972-466-3225)

Indian Creek Golf Club Pavilion

972-466-9850 • 1650 W. Frankford Road Accommodates 100

Carrollton Amphitheater 972-466-3080

Accommodates 1,500

A.W. Perry Mus eum

Indoor Facilities Indian Creek Golf Club Clubhouse 972-466-9859 • 1650 W. Frankford Road Accommodates up to 120 people

Josey Ranch Lake Library 972-466-3545 • 1700 Keller Springs Road 3 rooms, ranging in capacity from 14 to 100 people

Hebron & Josey Library 972-466-3545 • 4220 N. Josey Lane 3 rooms, ranging in capacity from 14 to 90 people

Carrollton Senior Center Senior Center

972-466-4850 • 1720 Keller Springs Road 7 rooms, ranging in capacity from 50 to 500 people Kitchen may be added to any room

Rosemeade Recreation Center 972-466-9800 • 1330 E. Rosemeade Parkway 5 rooms, ranging in capacity from 15 to 250 people, including gymnasium and dance rooms

Crosby Recreation Center

972-466-9810 • 1610 E. Crosby Road

6 rooms ranging in capacity from 8 to 250 people, including gymnasium and dance rooms

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Facility Rentals

Sports Fitness The Arts Education Library Community Athletics Aquatics Facilities

W.J. Thomas Splash Park 1950 N. Perry Road • 972-466-3080

The Splash Park offers multiple spray features that provide a safe, no cost play environment for children to cool off during the hot weather. Simply press the top of the red fire hydrant to start the water features. Pavilions and a deck are available on a first come, first served basis. Restrooms are onsite. For more information, please call 972-466-3080 or visit cityofcarrollton.com/splashpark.

Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex

1334 E. Rosemeade Parkway • 972-466-6399 Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex is located adjacent to Rosemeade Recreation Center. The Rainforest section features a zero-depth entry pool, two platform levels with bridge, water cannons, bubblers, spray bars, water slides, a 200-foot lazy river, and a 600-gallon dump bucket. The main pool section consists of a 50-meter olympic-size pool with a 25-meter short course, separate diving well, training pool, and a 22-foot structure with a two-flume slide. The facility also includes a bathhouse, concession area, deck space, picnic tables, lounge chairs, shaded areas, and plenty of parking.

Hours Pre-Season Hours

Saturday, May 24 . . . . . . . . . . . 10am-6pm Sunday, May 25. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6pm Monday, May 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . 10am-6pm Saturday, May 31. . . . . . . . . . . . 10am-6pm Sunday, June 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6pm Daily Swimming begins Sunday, June 8

Rosemeade Rainforest

Saturday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10am-6pm Sunday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6pm Monday-Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . 10am-8pm Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10am-6pm

Rosemeade Main Pool

Saturday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10am-6pm Sunday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6pm Monday-Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8pm Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6pm *Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex will open at 2pm on Saturday, June 7 and will close at 4pm on Friday, June 27 due to swim meets.

July 4 Rosemeade Pool WILL BE OPEN 10am-6pm

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Fees Proof of residency is required for resident rates. Children 2 and under are admitted free when accompanied by an adult. Children 10 and under will not be admitted into the pool area unless accompanied by a responsible adult. The adult must stay with the child while at the pool. All persons entering the facility must pay admission.

Rosemeade Rainforest Fees Days Residents Non-Resident Weekday (M-F) $5 $9 Weekend (Sa, Su) $6 $10 Weekend rates will apply to Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day

Passes Book passes of 20, family passes, and individual passes are available. Photo identification and proof of residency is required in order to purchase a resident pass. All family members must present a photo ID. Family passes and individual passes may be purchased beginning March 31 at Rosemeade Recreation Center. Book passes may be purchased at the pool starting May 24. Family passes, individual passes, and book passes are only good for the year purchased and no exchanges or refunds will be granted.

Resident Non-Resident Book Passes (20) $80 $112 Family Passes $120* $150* Individual Passes $50 $60 *Includes four members. Additional members may be added for $10 each for residents and $15 each for non-residents. All members must reside at the same address.

Swim Attire Proper swim attire is required to enter the pool area. No jeans or basketball shorts are allowed.

Lap Swimming Rosemeade Pool offers three lanes (25 meters long) during public swim hours for the Main Pool. Additional lanes may be opened as needed. Regular admission is charged.

Pool Pass Holder Party All 2014 individual and family season pass holders are invited to a pool party (pool pass holders only) on

Friday, June 20, from 7-10pm at Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex. Join us for open swim, games, and summertime fun. For more information, call 972-466-9833.

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Host a party at the Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex! Reservations can be made to rent tables or the party deck during daily operating hours or private parties during non-public swim hours on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings. Table reservations and private party reservations can be made beginning April 14 for residents and April 28 for non-residents. All reservations will need to be made at the Athletics Office in the Rosemeade Recreation Center Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm, before the pool opens on May 24. After May 24, all reservations must be made at the pool during normal operating hours. For more information, please visit cityofcarrollton.com/rosemeadepool or call 972-466-3083.

Table Reservations Tables are available to rent during daily operating hours. Pool admission for all guests is additional. Table reservations must be made up to 24 hours in advance. Fee is per table, per hour. 6 Foot Table Weekday (Mon-Fri) Weekend (Sat & Sun)

Residents Non-Residents $7 $12 $10

$15

Party Deck Reservations The party deck is available to rent during daily operating hours for a fee of $30 per hour for residents and $50 per hour for non-residents. The party deck is shaded and comes complete with picnic tables, a grill, and a sink. Access to the party deck can be controlled by two gates. Pool admission for all guests is additional. Party deck reservations must be made up to 24 hours in advance.

Private Party Reservations Private parties can be held during non-public swim hours on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday between May 23 and August 31 during the hours of 6:30-8:30pm, 8:30-10:30pm, or 6:30-10:30pm. A deposit of half the amount is due at the time of the rental. The prices listed below are for rental of the Rosemeade Rainforest section or the Rosemeade Main Pool section (price is double if you rent both sides). Prices include lifeguards and access to the facility.* Group size is determined by the number of people in the facility, not the number of people swimming. Group Size 2 Hour Party 4 Hour Party Resident/Non-resident Resident/Non-resident 1-90 Guests $300/$350 $600/$700 91-150 Guests $350/$400 $700/$800 151-210 Guests $400/$450 $800/$900 211+ Guests $450/$500 $900/$1,000 *Depending on group size, additional guards may be required.

Swim Lessons Recreation swim classes are held at Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex Session 1:

Monday, June 9 – Thursday, June 19

Session 2:

Monday, June 23 – Thursday, July 3

Session 3:

Monday, July 7 – Thursday, July 17

Session 4:

Monday, July 21 – Thursday, July 31

Session 5:

Monday, August 4 – Thursday, August 14

Inclement Weather Policy Classes will only be cancelled due to inclement weather such as lightning in the immediate area, severe thunderstorms, hail, or excessive winds related to weather warnings. Classes ARE NOT cancelled due to rain or cool weather. Please call the Swim Class Hotline (972-466-9894) 30 minutes prior to your class time for inclement weather related information.

Swim Lesson Refund Policy In order to be eligible for a refund, a Refund Request form needs to be filled out and turned in to Rosemeade or Crosby Recreation Center prior to the start or end of the class. If the class has not started, a refund will be given less a $5 administrative fee. If the class has started, only pro-rated household credits, minus a $5 administrative fee, will be considered and the merit of requests will be on a case by case basis. If your child is sick, please provide a copy of a doctor’s note along with your refund request. Any change in class registration or transfers to another class will incur a $5 transfer/change fee. NO refunds will be awarded after a swim lesson session has ended.

Group Classes Each participant should be able to perform all skills in a level before progressing to the next level. Please note age requirements. Instructor to student ratios are listed for each class. Students are grouped in classes by their ability level, and all students are taught water safety skills. There is no guarantee that every student will be swimming at the end of each session. Swim lessons are sanctioned and approved by the American Red Cross and taught by certified Water Safety Instructors and qualified instructor aides. Student/instructor ratios are important; however, occasional adjustments might be necessary at class time to accommodate unforeseen circumstances. Parks and Recreation reserves the right to make any adjustments necessary to provide the best learning experience possible.

To aid in class selection, this chart

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Facilities AQUATICS Aquatics ATHLETICS Athletics COMMUNITY Community LIBRARY Library EDUCATION Education THE The ARTS Arts FITNESS Fitness SPORTS Sports FACILITIES

Parties

Sports Fitness The Arts Education Library Community Athletics Aquatics Facilities

provides course objectives and skills to be tested by the end of each session. Parent & Tot Preschool Safety around the pool Water entry

Level 1

Entry/Exit

Entry by jumping

Blowing bubbles

Bobbing

Head first entry from sitting position

Face submerging

Front/Back float and glide

Kicking

Recovery

Arm actions

Rolling from front to back/back to front

Front/Back floating and gliding

Level 3

Entry/Exit Bobbing

Breath holding

Level 2

Fully submerging and breath holding Front/Back float and glide Jellyfish and tuck float Recovery

Treading Arm/Leg action

Rolling from front to back/back to front

Combined arm/leg action

Change direction

Alternating arm/leg action Simultaneous arm/ leg action

Treading Finning arm action Combined arm/leg action

Level 4 Head first entry from side Swim under water

Bobbing while moving

Feet first surface dive

Rotary breathing

Survival swimming

Survival float

Front crawl open turn

Back float

Backstroke open Change from vertical turn to horizontal position from back/front Treading with two kicks Treading Front/Back crawl Flutter, scissors, and dolphin kick Breaststroke Front crawl

Butterfly

Elementary backstroke

Flutter and dolphin kicking

Level 5

Level 6

Shallow angle dive

Surface dive

Tuck/Pike surface dive

Diving from poolside

Front flip turn Backstroke flip turn Treading Front/Back crawl Breaststroke Butterfly Elementary backstroke Standard scull Sidestroke

Take-off from deck Tuck/Pike jump Treading Front/Back crawl Breaststroke Butterfly Elementary backstroke Sidestroke Flip turns Open turns

Elementary backstroke Sidestroke

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS

PARENT & Tot (RATIO 1:10)

Each student receives one-on-one instruction with a certified American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor; designed to meet the student’s swimming needs at any skill level.

The foundation of the Parent and Tot class is a set of basic skills that prepares young children to become comfortable in the water. Skills taught include water adjustment, increased confidence and coordination, showing comfort while maintaining a front and back position, and demonstrating breath control and water safety education. A responsible adult is required to participate with the child.

CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 662400-10 6/9 Rose. 3½+ 662400-11 6/9 Rose. 3½+ 662400-12 6/9 Rose. 3½+ 3½+ 662400-15 6/16 Rose. 662400-16 6/16 Rose. 3½+ 3½+ 662400-17 6/16 Rose. 662400-20 6/23 Rose. 3½+ 662400-21 6/23 Rose. 3½+ 3½+ 662400-22 6/23 Rose. 662400-25 6/30 Rose. 3½+ 662400-26 6/30 Rose. 3½+ 662400-27 6/30 Rose. 3½+ 662400-30 7/7 Rose. 3½+ 662400-31 7/7 Rose. 3½+ 662400-32 7/7 Rose. 3½+ 662400-35 7/14 Rose. 3½+ 662400-36 7/14 Rose. 3½+ 662400-37 7/14 Rose. 3½+ 662400-40 7/21 Rose. 3½+ 662400-41 7/21 Rose. 3½+ 662400-42 7/21 Rose. 3½+ 662400-45 7/28 Rose. 3½+ 662400-46 7/28 Rose. 3½+ 662400-47 7/28 Rose. 3½+ 662400-50 8/4 Rose. 3½+ 662400-51 8/4 Rose. 3½+ 662400-52 8/4 Rose. 3½+ 662400-55 8/11 Rose. 3½+ 662400-56 8/11 Rose. 3½+ 662400-57 8/11 Rose. 3½+

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DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 4:45-5:15pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 4:45-5:15pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 4:45-5:15pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 4:45-5:15pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 4:45-5:15pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 4:45-5:15pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 4:45-5:15pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 4:45-5:15pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 4:45-5:15pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 4:45-5:15pm 4 $80/$88

CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 662407-10 6/9 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-11 6/9 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-12 6/9 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-13 6/9 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-14 6/9 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-20 6/23 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-21 6/23 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-22 6/23 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-23 6/23 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-24 6/23 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-30 7/7 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-31 7/7 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-32 7/7 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-33 7/7 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-34 7/7 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-40 7/21 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-41 7/21 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-42 7/21 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-43 7/21 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-44 7/21 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-50 8/4 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-51 8/4 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-52 8/4 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-53 8/4 Rose. 9mos-2yrs 662407-54 8/4 Rose. 9mos-2yrs

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53

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The objective of Level 1 is to learn basic personal water safety skills to help children feel comfortable in the water. Basic skills include water adjustment, beginning stroke skills, and safety.

PRESCHOOL (RATIO 1:3) Skills taught include fundamentals of water safety, buoyancy, breath control, swimming on front and back, changing directions, and water entry and exit. This class may be divided into three separate groups (beginner, intermediate, and advanced) on the first day. CLASS# STARTS 662408-10 6/9 662408-11 6/9 662408-12 6/9 662408-13 6/9 662408-14 6/9 662408-15 6/9 662408-16 6/9 662408-17 6/9 662408-20 6/23 662408-21 6/23 662408-22 6/23 662408-23 6/23 662408-24 6/23 662408-25 6/23 662408-26 6/23 662408-27 6/23 662408-30 7/7 662408-31 7/7 662408-32 7/7 662408-33 7/7 662408-34 7/7 662408-35 7/7 662408-36 7/7 662408-37 7/7 662408-38 7/7 662408-40 7/21 662408-41 7/21 662408-42 7/21 662408-43 7/21 662408-44 7/21 662408-45 7/21 662408-46 7/21 662408-47 7/21 662408-50 8/4 662408-51 8/4 662408-52 8/4 662408-53 8/4 662408-54 8/4 662408-55 8/4 662408-56 8/4 662408-57 8/4

LOC AGE Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4 Rose. 3-4

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53

CLASS# STARTS 662401-10 6/9 662401-11 6/9 662401-12 6/9 662401-13 6/9 662401-14 6/9 662401-20 6/23 662401-21 6/23 662401-22 6/23 662401-23 6/23 662401-24 6/23 662401-30 7/7 662401-31 7/7 662401-32 7/7 662401-33 7/7 662401-34 7/7 662401-40 7/21 662401-41 7/21 662401-42 7/21 662401-43 7/21 662401-44 7/21 662401-50 8/4 662401-51 8/4 662401-52 8/4 662401-53 8/4 662401-54 8/4

LOC AGE Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53

LEVEL 2 (RATIO 1:4) The objective of Level 2 is for students to propel themselves on their front and back using coordinated arm and leg action. Students will also learn to float without support and recover to a vertical position. Treading water and bobbing are also introduced. CLASS# STARTS 662402-10 6/9 662402-11 6/9 662402-12 6/9 662402-13 6/9 662402-14 6/9 662402-20 6/23 662402-21 6/23 662402-22 6/23 662402-23 6/23 662402-24 6/23 662402-30 7/7 662402-31 7/7 662402-32 7/7 662402-33 7/7 662402-34 7/7 662402-40 7/21 662402-41 7/21 662402-42 7/21 662402-43 7/21 662402-44 7/21 662402-50 8/4 662402-51 8/4 662402-52 8/4 662402-53 8/4 662402-54 8/4 .

LOC AGE Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53

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LEVEL 1 (RATIO 1:3)

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LEVEL 3 (RATIO 1:4) The objective of Level 3 is to continue improvement on front and back crawl and personal water safety. Students will also be introduced to elementary backstroke, rotary breathing, dolphin kick, and breaststroke kick. CLASS# STARTS 662403-10 6/9 662403-11 6/9 662403-12 6/9 662403-13 6/9 662403-14 6/9 662403-15 6/9 662403-16 6/9 662403-17 6/9 662403-20 6/23 662403-21 6/23 662403-22 6/23 662403-23 6/23 662403-24 6/23 662403-25 6/23 662403-26 6/23 662403-27 6/23 662403-30 7/7 662403-31 7/7 662403-32 7/7 662403-33 7/7 662403-34 7/7 662403-35 7/7 662403-36 7/7 662403-37 7/7 662403-40 7/21 662403-41 7/21 662403-42 7/21 662403-43 7/21 662403-44 7/21 662403-45 7/21 662403-46 7/21 662403-47 7/21 662403-50 8/4 662403-51 8/4 662403-52 8/4 662403-53 8/4 662403-54 8/4 662403-55 8/4 662403-56 8/4 662403-57 8/4

LOC AGE Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 5:30-6pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:40-7:10pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53

LEVEL 4 (RATIO 1:4) The objective of Level 4 is to continue improvement on front and back crawl and elementary backstroke. This level will introduce the breaststroke, butterfly, scissor kick, and personal water safety. CLASS# STARTS 662404-10 6/9 662404-11 6/9 662404-12 6/9 662404-13 6/9 662404-20 6/23 662404-21 6/23 662404-22 6/23 662404-23 6/23 662404-30 7/7 662404-31 7/7 662404-32 7/7 662404-33 7/7 662404-40 7/21 662404-41 7/21 662404-42 7/21 662404-43 7/21 662404-50 8/4 662404-51 8/4 662404-52 8/4 662404-53 8/4

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LOC AGE Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53

LEVEL 5 (RATIO 1:5) The objective of Level 5 is to continue improvement on front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly. This level will introduce sidestroke and personal water safety. CLASS# STARTS 662405-10 6/9 662405-11 6/9 662405-12 6/9 662405-20 6/23 662405-21 6/23 662405-22 6/23 662405-30 7/7 662405-31 7/7 662405-32 7/7 662405-40 7/21 662405-41 7/21 662405-42 7/21 662405-50 8/4 662405-51 8/4 662405-52 8/4

LOC AGE Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53

LEVEL 6 (RATIO 1:5)

The objective of Level 6 is to refine strokes so students swim with more ease, efficiency, power, and smoothness over greater distances. CLASS# STARTS 662406-10 6/9 662406-11 6/9 662406-20 6/23 662406-21 6/23 662406-30 7/7 662406-31 7/7 662406-40 7/21 662406-41 7/21 662406-50 8/4 662406-51 8/4

LOC AGE Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+ Rose. 5+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53

ADAPTIVE (RATIO 1:1) Students diagnosed with special needs and/or developmental disabilities may be evaluated to be placed in appropriate levels of swim classes. CLASS# STARTS 662409-10 6/9 662409-11 6/9 662409-12 6/9 662409-20 6/23 662409-21 6/23 662409-22 6/23 662409-30 7/7 662409-31 7/7 662409-32 7/7 662409-40 7/21 662409-41 7/21 662409-42 7/21 662409-50 8/4 662409-51 8/4 662409-52 8/4

LOC AGE Rose. 3+ Rose. 3+ Rose. 3+ Rose. 3+ Rose. 3+ Rose. 3+ Rose. 3+ Rose. 3+ Rose. 3+ Rose. 3+ Rose. 3+ Rose. 3+ Rose. 3+ Rose. 3+ Rose. 3+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 6:05-6:35pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53

ADULT (RATIO 1:3) All levels and skills are taught as needed. CLASS# STARTS 662410-10 6/9 662410-11 6/9 662410-12 6/9 662410-20 6/23 662410-21 6/23 662410-22 6/23 662410-30 7/7 662410-31 7/7 662410-32 7/7 662410-40 7/21 662410-41 7/21 662410-42 7/21 662410-51 8/4 662410-52 8/4

LOC AGE Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:15-7:45pm 8 $48/$53 M-Th 7:50-8:20pm 8 $48/$53

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BEGINNER (RATIO 1:5) Deep-water swimming skills are required. Students must be able to perform a standing dive from the side of the pool. CLASS# STARTS 662420-10 6/9 662420-11 6/9 662420-20 6/23 662420-21 6/23 662420-30 7/7 662420-31 7/7 662420-40 7/21 662420-41 7/21 662420-50 8/4 662420-51 8/4

LOC AGE Rose. 6+ Rose. 6+ Rose. 6+ Rose. 6+ Rose. 6+ Rose. 6+ Rose. 6+ Rose. 6+ Rose. 6+ Rose. 6+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8-8:30am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:45-10:15am 8 $48/$53

Intermediate (RATIO 1:5) Deep-water swimming skills are required. Students must be able to perform a front dive from the board. CLASS# STARTS 662421-10 6/9 662421-11 6/9 662421-20 6/23 662421-21 6/23 662421-30 7/7 662421-31 7/7 662421-40 7/21 662421-41 7/21 662421-50 8/4 662421-51 8/4

LOC AGE Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 8:35-9:05am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:20-10:50am 8 $48/$53

ADVANCED (RATIO 1:5) Deep-water swimming skills are required. Students must be able to perform front approach, back approach, front dive, and back dive. CLASS# STARTS 662422-10 6/9 662422-11 6/9 662422-20 6/23 662422-21 6/23 662422-30 7/7 662422-31 7/7 662422-40 7/21 662422-41 7/21 662422-50 8/4 662422-51 8/4

LOC AGE Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+ Rose. 8+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 9:10-9:40am 8 $48/$53 M-Th 10:55-11:25am 8 $48/$53

Private dive lessons Deep-water swimming skills are required. Each student receives one-on-one instruction designed to meet the student’s diving needs at any skill level. CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 662423-10 6/9 Rose. 6+ 662423-11 6/9 Rose. 6+ 662423-12 6/9 Rose. 6+ 662423-15 6/16 Rose. 6+ 662423-16 6/16 Rose. 6+ 662423-17 6/16 Rose. 6+ 662423-20 6/23 Rose. 6+ 662423-21 6/23 Rose. 6+ 662423-22 6/23 Rose. 6+ 662423-25 6/30 Rose. 6+ 662423-26 6/30 Rose. 6+ 662423-27 6/30 Rose. 6+ 662423-30 7/7 Rose. 6+ 662423-31 7/7 Rose. 6+ 662423-32 7/7 Rose. 6+ 662423-35 7/14 Rose. 6+ 662423-36 7/14 Rose. 6+ 662423-37 7/14 Rose. 6+ 662423-40 7/21 Rose. 6+ 662423-41 7/21 Rose. 6+ 662423-42 7/21 Rose. 6+ 662423-45 7/28 Rose. 6+ 662423-46 7/28 Rose. 6+ 662423-47 7/28 Rose. 6+ 662423-50 8/4 Rose. 6+ 662423-51 8/4 Rose. 6+ 662423-52 8/4 Rose. 6+ 662423-55 8/11 Rose. 6+ 662423-56 8/11 Rose. 6+ 662423-57 8/11 Rose. 6+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) M-Th 11:30am-12pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 11:30am-12pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12-12:30pm 4 $80/$88 M-Th 12:30-1pm 4 $80/$88

JUNIOR GUARD PROGRAM Participants will be selected as junior guards to learn First Aid, scanning techniques, lifeguard saves, and become CPR certified. Junior guards volunteer throughout the summer to shadow and assist lifeguards. Participants earn free pool admission and a free T-shirt, but must provide their own one-piece (preferably black) swimsuit. Tryouts are June 14 at 9am. Registration is required prior to attending tryouts. For more information, call 972-466-3083. CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) 662430-01 6/17 Rose. 11-15 Tu/Th 11am-12pm 12 $31/$34

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Dive Lessons

Lessons are tailored to meet the needs of each individual and cover the proper techniques for jumping safely off the board, developing lead-up skills, and performing competitive dives.

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DEEP WATER

Water Aerobics

Deep-water aerobics is designed for a greater aqua workout. The class emphasizes endurance. Swim skills are not necessary. Students must be comfortable in deep water and wear float belts ($12). Instructor: Sullivan CLASS# STARTS 681840-10 5/31* 681840-11 6/2 681840-12 6/3 681840-13 6/9 681840-20 7/5 681840-21 7/2 681840-22 7/1 681840-23 7/2 681840-30 8/2 681840-31 8/4 681840-32 8/5

LOC AGE Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) Sa 9:10-9:55am 4 $16/$18 M/W 6:15-7:05pm 9 $36/$40 Tu/Th 6:15-7:05pm 8 $32/$35 M/W 8:40-9:30am 7 $28/$31 Sa 9:10-9:55am 4 $16/$18 M/W 6:15-7:05pm 9 $36/$40 Tu/Th 6:15-7:05pm 10 $40/$44 M/W 8:40-9:30am 13 $52/$58 Sa 9:10-9:55am 5 $20/$22 M/W 6:15-7:05pm 8 $32/$35 Tu/Th 6:15-7:05pm 8 $32/$35

*No classes will be held on June 7.

HIGH INTENSITY This class offers a high intensity cardiovascular and muscular conditioning workout and is held in the 200-foot lazy river at Rosemeade Rainforest. Depth of water varies due to a steady current, but stands at 3’ in calm waters. Swimming skills are not necessary. Instructor: Sullivan CLASS# STARTS 681842-10 5/31* 681842-12 6/3 681842-13 6/9 681842-20 7/5 681842-22 7/1 681842-23 7/2 681842-30 8/2 681842-32 8/5

LOC AGE Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) Sa 7:45-8:15am 4 $16/$18 Tu/Th 8:10-8:40pm 8 $32/$35 M/W 8:00-8:30am 7 $28/$31 Sa 7:45-8:15am 4 $16/$18 Tu/Th 8:10-8:40pm 10 $40/$44 M/W 8:00-8:30am 13 $52/$58 Sa 7:45-8:15am 5 $20/$22 Tu/Th 8:10-8:40pm 8 $32/$35

*No classes will be held on June 7.

SHALLOW WATER Low impact aerobics increase cardiovascular endurance and burn fat without stress on bones or joints. This class is a beneficial workout for the beginner or more advanced person. Instructor: Sullivan CLASS# STARTS 681841-10 5/31* 681841-11 6/2 681841-12 6/3 681841-13 6/9 681841-20 7/5 681841-21 7/2 681841-22 7/1 681841-23 7/2 681841-30 8/2 681841-31 8/4 681841-32 8/5

LOC AGE Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+ Rose. 15+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) Sa 9:10-9:55am 4 $16/$18 M/W 6:15-7:05pm 9 $36/$40 Tu/Th 6:15-7:05pm 8 $32/$35 M/W 8:40-9:30am 7 $28/$31 Sa 9:10-9:55am 4 $16/$18 M/W 6:15-7:05pm 9 $36/$40 Tu/Th 6:15-7:05pm 10 $40/$44 M/W 8:40-9:30am 13 $52/$58 Sa 9:10-9:55am 5 $20/$22 M/W 6:15-7:05pm 8 $32/$35 Tu/Th 6:15-7:05pm 8 $32/$35

*No classes will be held on June 7. Make-up classes may not be available for any weather-related conditions.

Floatation Device Did You Know? The use of floatation devices does not provide a positive pre-swimming lesson experience for children. If your child wears floaties (arm bands) or a floatation swimsuit, it may take your child much longer to learn how to swim. These devices teach a heads-up posture in the water, with arms out to the sides, the back arched, and knees bent in a bicycle kicking pattern; a posture that is contrary to the horizontal method needed for swimming. In addition, floatation devices tend to promote a false sense of security in the child and parent. Children may jump into the pool thinking they will be saved by the floatation device, but are unable to swim. Parents may also feel their children can swim unattended while their child is wearing a floatation device, but a child should never be left unattended while swimming. The use of floaties specifically can cause strain on a child’s arms and shoulders, as well as providing a lack of support of the head or neck. Children can still drown while wearing floaties since their head may fall forward or the floaties may come loose from a child’s arm causing them to sink. It is recommended your child not enter the water without an adult if they are unable to swim. A child that is restricted from entering the water without an adult until they learn how to swim has an incentive to learn to swim properly. If your child must wear a floatation device, we highly recommend the use of a Coast Guard-approved floatation device, which is available to use free of charge. ci t yofcarroll ton.com /aqua tic s • Facili t y hours, fees, and programm ing s ubject to change.

ADULT BASKETBALL LEAGUE Season is 7 games plus playoffs. Team registration is April 21May 16. STARTS DIVISION 6/1 Men’s Rec. 6/2 Men’s Rec. 6/3 Men’s Rec.

LOC RRC RRC CRC

AGE 18+ 18+ 18+

DAY Su M Tu

TIME 2-10pm 7-10pm 6-10pm

#WKS $ 8 $370 8 $370 8 $370

ADULT FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE Join the Summer 8-on-8 Flag Football League. Season is 8 games plus playoffs. Team registration is March 17-May 16. Teams will be responsible for providing their own flags and game balls. STARTS DIVISION LOC AGE DAY TIME #WKS $ 6/5 Men’s McInnish 18+ Th 6:45-10:30pm 8 $370 6/5 Co-ed McInnish 18+ Th 6:45-10:30pm 8 $370

Adult Kickball league Season is 8 games plus playoffs. Team registration is March 17May 16. STARTS DIVISION 6/5 Co-ed

LOC AGE McInnish 18+

DAY Th

TIME #WKS $ 6:45-10:30pm 8 $200

Adult RACQUETBALL LEAGUE Interested in a Racquetball League? This is a co-ed league where you can set your own time to compete. A-1 is the Elite League; A-2 is for players looking for a better challenge than the B-1 league, but that are not quite ready for A-1. B-1 is for All Stars working on their games; C-1 is for those with some experience and general knowledge of the rules and strategies, as well as beginners. Call the League Coordinator at 972-466-9815 or email Susan.Schafer@ cityofcarrollton.com for more information or help selecting a level. Deadline to register is May 13. FORMAT A-1 A-2 B-1 C-1

CLASS # 601135-01 601135-02 601135-03 601135-04

LOC RRC RRC RRC RRC

AGE 16+ 16+ 16+ 16+

DATES $(RES/NR) 5/27-8/15 $15/$20 5/27-8/15 $15/$20 5/27-8/15 $15/$20 5/27-8/15 $15/$20

ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUE Registration Dates:

Summer 1 Double Headers: Summer Single Games: Summer 2 Double Headers:

Registration Fees:

Summer 1 Double Headers Summer Single Games: Summer 2 Double Headers:

Season Begins:

Summer 1 Double Headers: Summer Single Games: Summer 2 Double Headers:

March 17-April 25 March 17-May 16 May 27-June 20 $385 per team $385 per team $325 per team Week of May 5 Week of June 1 Week of June 30

All games are played at McInnish Softball Complex, Sunday through Friday. Balls must be purchased from the City. League divisions include: Men’s D & E, Co-ed, and Church. A Free Agent List for individuals looking for a team is available online at cityofcarrollton. com/athletics or by calling 972-466-9833.

ADULT SOFTBALL TOURNAMENTS Carrollton Parks and Recreation invites your softball team to participate in City tournaments. The City hosts a variety of USSSA sanctioned tournaments at the award-winning McInnish Softball Complex on Sandy Lake Road.

USSSA Tournament Dates:

For your convenience, recreation centers accept Visa and MasterCard for all Parks and Recreation fees.

April 12 May 10 June 13 July 18 August 15

Iron Man (Men’s D & E) King of the Hill (Men’s D & E) June All Nighter (Men’s E, Co-ed E) July All Nighter (Men’s E, Co-ed E) August All Nighter (Men’s D & E)

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HOOK A KID ON GOLF This program is designed for the child who has never played golf. Clinics and on-course programs provide beginners with a complete introduction to the game. Each participant receives a week of instruction, a new starter set of golf clubs with a bag, balls, golf shirt, rules book, and other supplies. Registration ends May 23 for June clinic and June 20 for the July clinic. This camp takes place at Indian Creek Golf Club and is limited to 24 children per class. CLASS# STARTS LOC 681895-01 6/16 ICGC 681895-02 7/14 ICGC

AGE 8-13 8-13

DAY M-F M-F

TIME 8-11am 8-11am

#WKS $(res/nr) 1 $195 1 $195

YOUTH TRACK AND FIELD Participants will train and compete in the T.A.A.F. Region 7 track circuit, the Region 7 Championship and possibly the Games of Texas. Parent volunteers are welcomed and encouraged. Registration is April 7-May 9. CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 681890-01 5/12 Polk MS 6-18

DAY M/Tu/Th

TIME #WKS $(RES/NR) 7-8:30pm 10 $80/$100

Youth VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE Prepare for volleyball tryouts or just enjoy time with friends. Girls must be age 8-14 as of September 1, 2013. Individual and team registration is April 28-May 23. CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE DAY TIME #WKS $(RES/NR) 8 Sa 8am-5pm 9 $55/$75 681870-01 6/7 Various Gyms 681871-01 6/7 Various Gyms 9 Sa 8am-5pm 9 $55/$75 681872-01 6/7 Various Gyms 10 Sa 8am-5pm 9 $55/$75 Sa 8am-5pm 9 $55/$75 681873-01 6/7 Various Gyms 11 681874-01 6/7 Various Gyms 12 Sa 8am-5pm 9 $55/$75 9 $55/$75 681875-01 6/7 Various Gyms 13-14 Sa 8am-5pm

Athletic Associations ASSOCIATIONS

Baseball – Adults Carrollton Little League Youth Ponyball Basketball - Adult & Youth R/C Boats - Dallas Buoy Bandits Cricket - Carrollton Cricket Cycling - Carrollton Cycling Club Disc Golf - Fly Right Disc Golf Football - Adult & Youth Flag Youth Tackle & Flag Cheerleader/Drill Teams Golf - Pro Shop & T-Times Gymnastics - Carrollton Team Horseshoes - Clinkers Club Racquetball League Running/Jogging Carrollton Running Club Senior Adult Athletics Senior Softball Soccer - Youth Adult Men’s Adult Women’s Adult Co-ed Softball Adult Slow Pitch Girls Fast Pitch Senior Softball Special Olympics Swimming - Summer Swim Team Tennis - Oak Creek Tennis Center Adult/Carrollton Tennis Assn. Track & Field - Summer Team Umpires, Referees & Officials Volkssporting Volleyball – Youth

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CONTACT

Kim Swofford Hotline Hotline Athletics Staff David Sandoz Rehan Shah Bob Wallingford Brian James Athletics- Staff Hotline Hotline Indian Creek Tony Northrup Coyce Allen Susan Schafer

PHONE ONLINE

214-505-2256 972-738-9600 972-738-9100 972-466-9833 972-509-9249 972-639-7578 972-442-4541 214-674-9516 972-466-9833 972-302-9351 972-302-9351 972-466-9850 972-466-9800 972-466-0064 972-466-9815

Andy Mclaughlin 972-245-3341 Lori Luckey 972-466-4853 Senior Center Staff 972-466-4850 C-FB Association 972-245-9307 NTPS Association 972-238-9668 NTWS Association 972-407-4573 NTCS Association 972-738-9696 Athletics Staff 972-466-9833 Hotline 972-418-9269 Senior Center Staff 972-466-4850 Julia Scott 972-245-4436 Carrollton Aqua Racers 214-794-3206 Brett Marcotte 972-466-6389 Kelly Nottingham 214-952-0678 Athletics Staff 972-466-9833 TJ Sports 214-686-7014 Bruce Fitch 972-235-9086 Athletics Staff 972-466-9833

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1509 N. Perry Road • 972-466-6380 Open Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday. • Tours at 11am and 1pm or by appointment Free Admission For more information or group tour reservations, call 972-466-6380 or visit cityofcarrollton.com/museum.

Free at the Museum Mother’s Day Concert Sunday, May 11 • 6pm

Movie on the Lawn Saturday, June 7 • 8:30pm

For full details about these events, see pages 19 & 21.

Mini-Exhibit

Traveling Trunks

History Mystery & School Days The History Mystery and School Days trunks contain hands-on artifacts for students to examine and an activity guide for teachers. Turn your students into history detectives or pioneer school children. In the History Mystery trunk, students will uncover the past using artifacts, learn the basic principles of material culture and observe and analyze artifacts in order to discover their uses. In the School Days trunk, students will compare and contrast how education has changed over the past 150 years, try on pioneer clothing, and even try to imagine what it will be like to go to school in the future! All activities are TEKS aligned. History Mystery is for grades 3, 4, and 5. School Days is for grades 1, 2, and 3. Trunks are a FREE service the A. W. Perry Homestead Museum provides to local schools. Call the Museum at 972-466-6380 today to reserve a trunk for your class.

Scouts

House guests May 24 through August 16 The Perrys are hosting a house guest this summer. Today, you can travel thousands of miles in a day; but, imagine what it was like for the Perrys and their friends and family just to travel around north Texas, to and from an adjoining state, across the U.S. or abroad. We’ll be exploring all things travel related, through examples of letters, train and ship schedules, etiquette, clothing, and luggage.

School and Group Tours The guided tour begins at the state historical marker and continues through the 1909 farmhouse with antique furnishings, where you will discover daily life as it was in Carrollton at the turn of the 20th century. On the grounds, you will see examples of a barn, root cellar, water well, and smokehouse. To schedule a school or group tour, contact the Museum two weeks before your requested tour date. Group tours are free, but donations are accepted. Call 972-466-6380 to make a reservation.

Birthday Parties Celebrate your child’s birthday in the Perry Homestead’s unique setting. Choose one of three birthday party themes: Hoe Down, Tea Party, or Toys and Games. Themes and activities are appropriate for children ages 6-10. Each party lasts a total of 2 hours and consists of 1½ hours of organized activities and ½ hour for cake and opening presents. We request at least one adult for every five children attending the party. Party reservations are available March through October. The $125 fee includes up to 15 children. Call 972-466-6380 for additional details.

Boy Scouts

Schedule a free tour of the Museum for your Boy Scout group to fulfill requirements toward earning badges. Call 972-466-6380 for details.

Girl Scouts Earn patches and badges at the Perry Homestead. Reserve a program date for your troop by calling 972-466-6380. Program fees must be received in order to secure your date. One adult must be present for every five scouts. Programs require a minimum of five scouts and a maximum of 20. Patches and badges are not provided. Available March through October.

BADGES FOR Daisies:

Rose Petal: Make the World a Better Place - $6 per scout Be friendly to your environment by planting in the Perry’s garden while learning the importance of natural resources to our planet and our well-being.

Brownies: It’s Your Planet Badge: Craft - Potter - $12 per scout Create your own pieces as you learn hand-building techniques, examine artifacts, and discover the significance of the Museum’s archeological site.

Juniors:

It’s Your Story Badge: Manners - Social Butterfly - $12 per scout Learn how to make friends, be a proper Victorian lady, and enjoy a tea party on the porch of the Perry home.

Rentals Areas of the grounds may be reserved for weddings, photography and other special occasions. Call 972-466-6380 for additional information, fees, and restrictions or visit cityofcarrollton.com/ museum. ci t yofcarroll ton.com /mu s eum • Facili t y hours, fees , and programming s ubject to change.

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Community Events 3rd Annual Carrollton Trails 5K Run and 1-mile Fun Run/Walk

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Event Date: Saturday, May 3 Parking at Creekview High School 3201 Old Denton Road (Participants will be bused to starting line along Blue Trail)

Pre-race registration & warm-up: 7-7:45am 5K: 8am 1-mile Fun Run/Walk: 8:30am Awards Ceremony: 9am Packet Pick up: April 30-May 2 • noon-9pm Rosemeade Recreation Center 1330 E. Rosemeade Parkway

Individual Family Dog

Register by 4/27

Race Day Registration

$15 $25 $5

$20 $30 $5

Note: Registration by April 27 guarantees a race bag, T-shirt, and timing chip (not guaranteed if you register after April 27). Enjoy this race as you run through one of Carrollton’s best assets, the hike and bike trails. This course is on concrete trails and downhill. Awards will be given for overall male and female, as well as medals to the top three finishers in each age category of the 5K competitive run (10 & under, 11-14, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 & over), and in a dog category. Refreshments will be provided at the end of the race. For more information, call 972-466-3080 or visit cityofcarrollton.com/carrolltontrails5k. To register online, visit cityofcarrollton.com/signupnow or sign up in person at Rosemeade Recreation Center, Crosby Recreation Center, or the Carrollton Senior Center.

Cinco de Mayo Celebration Monday, May 5 • 7pm • Free Hebron & Josey Library 4220 N. Josey Lane The students from Creekview High School’s Ballet Folklorico class will perform dances from states all over Mexico. Enjoy the colorful costumes and traditional dancing by local high school students.

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Free

Saturday, May 10 • 9am-1pm • Free Carrollton Senior Center • 1720 Keller Springs Road Class #512210-01 • Ages 5+

Free

(children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult) Join Dallas Fly Fishers (DFF) for an introduction to fly fishing. Learn to cast, tie basic fishing knots, tie flys, and discuss their uses, review equipment, learn about aquatic ecosystems, safety, fishing, ethics, and regulations. This is a free class offered by DFF, including all equipment and materials. DFF has been an active club for over 30 years. Instructors are certified by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) and Federation of Fly Fishers. Participants receive a TPWD Basic Fly Fishing Certificate. Participants must bring a hat, protective glasses, and lunch. Visit dffclub.shutterfly.com or call Richard Johnson at 469-877-0695 with questions.

Mother’s Day Concert and Picnic

With Bluegrass Music From

The Downtown String Band Sunday, May 11 • 6pm • Free A.W. Perry Homestead Museum 1509 N. Perry Road

Free

Celebrate Mother’s Day with family and friends on the Museum grounds and beautiful Pearl Perry Gravley Park while listening to The Downtown String Band play traditional bluegrass music from the front porch of the historic home. Bring a picnic basket, blankets and lawn chairs. Free ice cream and lemonade will be provided, and children can make an old-fashioned handmade gift for mom. Create a theme for your picnic and enter the annual Mother’s Day Picnic contest in one of three categories: Best Family, Most Elegant, or Most Creative. Registration for the contest begins at 5pm and judging takes place at 5:45pm with winners announced and prizes awarded at the beginning of the concert.

Public Works Open House & Equipment Rodeo Wednesday, May 21 • 9am-3pm • Free Josey Ranch Lake Library • 1700 Keller Springs Road Mark your calendars for the City’s annual Public Works Open House & Equipment Rodeo. Join us as we celebrate the men and women who provide service to our City and the public daily. The event will feature equipment demonstrations and displays, as well as informational booths highlighting water conservation, stormwater protection, and other programs that show how Public Works contributes to Carrollton’s safety and quality of life. Children with appropriate adult supervision are encouraged to attend, and will be allowed to examine the various equipment used. For more information, call Public Works at 972-466-4291. The Carrollton Public Works is a proud participant in National Public Works Week, May 18-24, 2014, which features the importance of Public Works in community life.

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Friends of the Carrollton Public Library Book Sale Friday, May 23 and Saturday, May 24 • 10am-6pm Josey Ranch Lake Library • 1700 Keller Springs Road Stop by the Josey Ranch Lake Library during the Friends of the Carrollton Public Library Book Sale. Donated books, children’s books, movies, and music will be available for purchase. All proceeds benefit the Friends of the Carrollton Public Library.

Youth Fishing Event Saturday, May 24 • 9am-noon • Free Josey Ranch Park Pond • 1440 Keller Springs Road Carrollton’s Parks and Recreation Department and the Texas Junior Anglers (TJA) program will host a free youth fishing event for children 16 and under. Registration will take place the morning of the event; there is no pre-registration. The Josey Ranch Park pond will be generously stocked with adult catfish. Prizes and trophies will be awarded to winners in the three age categories.

Free

The pond will be opened to licensed adults at the conclusion of the event. It is recommended that children bring their own equipment; however, TJA will provide loaner rods, reels, bait, and tackle to those who need them. Texas Junior Anglers is a non-profit outreach program designed to educate young Texans regarding aquatic stewardship and conservation of natural resources.

Summer Lunch Program Monday, June 9-Friday, August 22 Crosby Recreation Center 1610 E. Crosby Road Lunch: 12-1pm • Snack: 3-3:30pm 

Free

Rosemeade Recreation Center 1330 E. Rosemeade Parkway Lunch: 1-2pm • Snack: 3-3:30pm School’s out for the summer and that means hundreds of local children will be looking for places they can meet their friends, have fun, and eat healthy meals. Carrollton’s Summer Food Service Program is ready to meet the demand. The City of Carrollton Parks and Recreation Department has partnered with the Gloria Hicks Movement Inc., a local nonprofit that will be coordinating food service. This non-profit has been certified by the Texas Department of Agriculture to serve meals for the summer food program. Food will be served Monday–Friday at the sites and times listed above. The program is offered statewide by local sponsors who operate sites where children up to 18-years-old can get meals at no charge. The service is open to all children, regardless of income. People who are over age 18 and enrolled in school programs for people with disabilities also can receive meals at no charge. For the most up-to-date information on summer food meal sites and hours of operation, call 2-1-1 or visit summerfood.org. For more information about Carrollton’s program, call 972-466-3080.

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Saturday, June 7 • 2-3pm • Free Hebron & Josey Library • 4220 N. Josey Lane Rocket Science will kick off the 2014 Summer Reading Program with a variety of interactive self-paced LEGO-themed workstations. Learn about gears, mechanisms, and robotics as you create a variety of LEGO models. Registration required. Call 972-466-4800 or visit either Library location between May 19 and June 2 to sign up for this program.

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City Lights

Saturday, June 7 • 8:30pm • Free A.W. Perry Homestead Museum 1509 N. Perry Road Make it a date, and help us celebrate 10 years of movies on the lawn at the Perry Homestead! City Lights (1931) features Charlie Chaplin’s loveable Tramp character who falls in love with a blind flower girl who mistakes him for a millionaire. City Lights is often cited as being one of the greatest movies of all time. Romance, comedy, drama, it’s got it all! Movie begins at dusk. Come early to enjoy food trucks and a makeshift photo booth. Bring lawn chairs or a blanket for seating.

The Incredible Water Journey

Free

Wednesday, June 18 • 2pm • Free Josey Ranch Lake Library 1700 Keller Springs Road Join Lorrie Reeves, City of Carrollton Water Resource Management Specialist, for an interactive game that helps explain the movement of water through the water cycle. Travel through clouds, oceans, and glaciers as a water molecule. Everyone takes home a souvenir from their water journey!

July 4 Community Fireworks Display

Fireworks to be Shot Over Josey Ranch Lake

Free

Friday, July 4 • 9:30pm • Free The City of Carrollton will host a 15-minute community fireworks display over Josey Ranch Lake. The display is scheduled to start after sunset, at approximately 9:30pm. Attendees are encouraged to view the display from their neighborhood, or from one of a few parking areas available. There will be no on-site event. For more information, visit cityofcarrollton.com or call 972-466-3593. ci t yofcarroll ton.com • Facili t y hours , fees and programming s ubject to change.

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Neighborhood Pack the Park Event Saturday, July 12 • 10am-2pm Your Local Neighborhood Park In celebration of National Parks and Recreation month, the City of Carrollton is setting up a chance for citizens to take time out of their busy schedules to walk down to the local park and meet their neighbors. Pack the Park by bringing a picnic lunch, and have some fun with fellow residents in your area. Register your neighborhood by submitting an application with a fee of $25 per neighborhood to the Parks and Recreation Department by 5pm, Wednesday, July 9 to receive a bag full of prizes and activities to use for your event. The neighborhood with the greatest participation will be the location for the Picnic in the Park event held next summer. Call 972-466-9135 to sign up or register your neighborhood.

Swim-In Cinema Friday, July 25 • 7-10pm Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex 1334 Rosemeade Parkway Everyone is invited to bring their friends, family, and floats to the Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex for a movie at the pool. Open swim will be offered from 7pm until dusk. After sunset, we will show our featured film. For more information, visit cityofcarrollton.com/athletics or call 972-466-9833. Children 4-6 Residents Non-residents Season Pass holders

$3 $5 $7 $2 discount

Dazzling Dave’s Science Spectacular Friday, August 22 • 2-3pm • Free Josey Ranch Lake Library • 1700 Keller Springs Road Air pressure! Combustion! Chemical reactions!  The 2014 Summer Reading Program Finale will feature Dazzling Dave’s Science Spectacular, and will entertain, teach, and wow you with exciting exploration into the fundamentals of science! 

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Hebron & Josey

Josey Ranch Lake

4220 N. Josey Lane

1700 Keller Springs

(at Hebron Parkway)

(west of Josey Lane)

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

2-6pm 10am-9pm noon-9pm 10am-6pm noon-9pm Closed 10am-6pm

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

2-6pm 10am-9pm 10am-6pm noon-9pm Closed 10am-6pm 10am-6pm

Information: 972-466-4800 Phone renewals: 972-466-4848 cityofcarrollton.com/library

90 public access computer workstations Internet access • iPads for check out and internal use • Online databases WiFi • Express check stations CDs, DVDs, eBooks, magazines & newspapers • Language materials in Spanish, Hindi, Korean, Vietnamese & more • Study rooms • Quiet reading lounges Meeting rooms • Coffee shop Local history & genealogy Language instruction materials

The Library Board meets the first Monday of every other month at the Josey Ranch Library at 7pm. Meetings are open to the public. Find more information at cityofcarrollton.com, under “City Services” tab.

Weekly Classes for Preschoolers

There will be no preschool classes in May; classes will resume in June.

Toddler Time Children and a parent or caregiver participate and enjoy stories, songs, and finger plays. LIBRARY Hebron & Josey Hebron & Josey Hebron & Josey Hebron & Josey Josey Ranch Lake Josey Ranch Lake

AGE DAY TIME #WKS 1-3 M 10:15am Ongoing 1-3 M 10:45am Ongoing 1-3 W 10:15am Ongoing 1-3 W 10:45am Ongoing 1-3 M 10:15am Ongoing 1-3 Tu 10:15am Ongoing

Evening Story times

Children participate in stories, songs, finger plays, action rhymes, and puppetry. This program is designed as family story time. LIBRARY Hebron & Josey

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Story time

Children participate in stories, songs, finger plays, action rhymes, and puppetry. LIBRARY Josey Ranch Lake Josey Ranch Lake Hebron & Josey

AGE DAY TIME #WKS 3-6 M 11am Ongoing 3-6 Tu 11am Ongoing 3-6 W 11:15am Ongoing

Mother Goose Time for Babies These 20-minute sessions are designed for “pre-walkers” and a parent or caregiver. The focus is to develop a love of language through rhymes and music. LIBRARY AGE Hebron & Josey Up to 12 mos.

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Summer Reading Program Fizz, boom, Read! Sponsored by the Friends of the Carrollton Public Library

June 6 - August 22 Babies and children up to age 12 are encouraged to participate. Begin the Summer Reading Program at either Carrollton Public Library and enjoy great stories from books, eBooks, and CDs. Pick up a reading log and receive a certificate of completion and a free book from the Friends of the Carrollton Public Library.

Reading with ringling brothers Back for a ninth year, “Reading with Ringling Brothers” Summer Reading Program will be offered in conjunction with the Carrollton Public Library program. Earn a circus ticket voucher when you turn in your completed reading log by August 22.

POP! BANG! BOOM!

Explosions at the Library?! Get ready to make things pop, fizzle, and explode! We have found some crazy fun science experiments that will make you shout with excitement, yell with amazement, and even burst out with laughter! Registration required. Register and pick up a permission slip at either Library or call 972-466-4800 and visit cityofcarrollton.com/library to print a permission slip for this event. Register between June 6 and July 8. DATE LIBRARY AGE 7/17 Josey Ranch Lake 9-12

DAY TIME #WKS Th 2-4:30pm 1

get a clue! sponsored by the university of texas at dallas, science and engineering education center (SEEC) In this workshop, participants will be introduced to the basics of forensic science. Come utilize your observation, critical thinking, and deductive reasoning skills to learn about fingerprint identification, ink testing, and hair analysis using microscopes. DATE LIBRARY AGE 7/30 Josey Ranch Lake 9-12

DAY TIME #WKS W 2-3:30pm 1

Creature Teacher The Creature Teacher will bring her live animals to show the “why” and “how” of some amazing creatures. Did you know that a scorpion can actually glow? DATE LIBRARY AGE 8/6 Hebron & Josey 3+

DAY TIME #WKS W 2pm 1

Family fun nights at jrl Come to the Library for a night of free fun games and crafts.

Kickoff with lego rocket science Rocket Science will provide a variety of interactive self-paced LEGOthemed workstations. Learn about gears, mechanisms, and robotics as you create a variety of LEGO models. Registration required. Call 972-466-4800 or visit either Library location between May 19 and June 2 to sign up for this program. DATE LIBRARY AGE 6/7 Hebron & Josey 6+

DAY TIME #WKS Sa 2-3pm 1

the incredible water journey

Join Lorrie Reeves, City of Carrollton Water Resource Management Specialist, for an interactive game that explains the movement of water through the water cycle. Travel through clouds, oceans, and glaciers as a water molecule! DATE LIBRARY AGE 6/18 Josey Ranch Lake 6+

DAY TIME #WKS W 2pm 1

science safari: Sparks are flying! Come help Susan Campbell make big, fun sparks in the dark. Learn about electrostatics and make a cool tool. You’ll be attracted by the positive energy we will generate! Registration required. Call 972466-4800 or visit either Library location to sign up for this program between June 18 and July 2. DATE LIBRARY AGE 7/9 Hebron & Josey 8-12

DAY TIME #WKS W 2pm 1

DATE LIBRARY 6/9 Josey Ranch Lake 7/14 Josey Ranch Lake 8/11 Josey Ranch Lake

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TIME 7-8:30pm 7-8:30pm 7-8:30pm

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Beat the Heat – Cool Tuesday Movies

Popular and fun family films will be shown Tuesday mornings and afternoons. Bring your pillow or comfy sleeping bag. DATE LIBRARY AGE DAY TIME MOVIE 6/10 Josey Ranch Lake 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Free Birds 6/17 Josey Ranch Lake 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Frozen Josey Ranch Lake 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Monsters University 6/24 7/1 Josey Ranch Lake 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Oz the Great and Powerful 7/8 Josey Ranch Lake 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Planes 7/15 Josey Ranch Lake 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm A Monsterous Holiday 7/22 Josey Ranch Lake 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Despicable Me 2 7/29 Josey Ranch Lake 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Hop 8/5 Josey Ranch Lake 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 8/12 Josey Ranch Lake 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm The Smurfs 2 Josey Ranch Lake 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm The Nut Job 8/19

Summer Reading Program Finale: dazzling dave Air pressure! Combustion! Chemical reactions! Dazzling Dave’s Science Spectacular will entertain, teach, and wow you with this exciting exploration into the fundamentals of science!  DATE LIBRARY AGE 8/22 Josey Ranch Lake All

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spark a reaction: TEEN SUMMER READING AT THE LIBRARY Books are sparking a reaction this summer. Are you ready to tell us how you really feel about the book you’re reading? Our challenge is a bit different this year. Stop by either Library to pick up your reading log. This year you must read five books to complete the challenge. Bring your finished reading log back to the Library and pick up your next one. All participants will receive a FREE book for each returned reading log. Each completed reading log will enter you in the monthly prize drawing for a gift card. That’s right, each month we will be drawing for a prize winner! Once that month is done, the entries go away so be sure to keep reading and entering those reading logs! Last day to turn in your reading log is August 22.

LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY TEENS

Want to make a difference? Work with staff and other extraordinary teens to make the Library YOUR kind of place. Plan events, suggest materials, and hang out. Come to our monthly meetings on the LAST Wednesday of every month at the Josey Ranch Lake Library. DATE LIBRARY 5/28 Josey Ranch Lake 6/25 Josey Ranch Lake 7/30 Josey Ranch Lake 8/27 Josey Ranch Lake

AGE DAY Teens W Teens W Teens W Teens W

TIME 6:30pm 6:30pm 6:30pm 6:30pm

LET’s get crammin’ Finals are almost here! Need a space to study with your friends? Study rooms all booked up? Join us in the meeting room at Josey Ranch Lake for two hours of study time. You can split up into groups or find a quiet spot in the room. Snacks will be served to keep up your studying strength. DATE LIBRARY AGE DAY 6/2 Josey Ranch Lake Teens M 6/3 Josey Ranch Lake Teens Tu

TIME 4-6pm 4-6pm

Teens Take over tuesdays Hang out with friends, play video games, watch movies, and goof around at the Josey Ranch Lake Library at this TEENS ONLY afterhours program. This won’t be the Library you’re used to seeing. Pick up your permission slip at either Library location. DATE LIBRARY 6/10 Josey Ranch Lake 7/8 Josey Ranch Lake 8/12 Josey Ranch Lake

AGE DAY TIME Teens Tu 6:30-8:30pm Teens Tu 6:30-8:30pm Teens Tu 6:30-8:30pm

SPARK YOUR INTEREST! Join us as we discover more books that spark a reaction. Challenge yourself both mentally and physically as we introduce you to books you may not know exist. Bring your friends for some friendly competition, lots of pizza, and even more fun. Pick up your permission slip at either Library location. DATE LIBRARY AGE DAY TIME 8/7 Josey Ranch Lake Teens Th 6-8:30pm

league appreciation night! It’s time to say “thanks” to all of you who have served on our League of Extraordinary Teens. Bring your friends and hang out with us as we stay up way past nine. We will have food, games, movies, and friends. Want to see what the League is all about? Learn all about what the League does from its own members. Come join us at the Josey Ranch Lake Library at this TEENS ONLY after-hours program. Pick up your permission slip at either Library location. DATE LIBRARY AGE DAY TIME 8/21 Josey Ranch Lake Teens Th 6:30pm-Midnight

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Computer Classes computers and small businesses

resumÉ writing that gets results

Ready to boost your small business and gain new customers? Does your business have a website that could use some oomph? This class will help you decide if a webpage is for you and how to make it better than ever. Learn the fundamentals of creating an online presence and making your small business a click away from the next customer. Add shopping carts and the means for online purchases to your website for customers’ ease.  Bring your tough questions and get answers.  Leave with information that will help make decisions regarding having an online presence for your businesses. Registration required. Please call 972-466-4800 or visit either Library location to register. A current Carrollton Library card is required.

Different job interviews call for different types of resumés. Learn the best ways to create resumés, use references, and demonstrate proper etiquette before and after interviews. Cover letters and objectives will be discussed. Class is limited to 11 students. Registration required. Call 972-466-4800 or visit either Library location to register. A current Carrollton Library card and flash drive are required.

DATE LIBRARY 5/17 Hebron & Josey 7/19 Hebron & Josey

Facebook for seniors

AGE Adult Adult

DAY TIME Sa 10am Sa 10am

Using Linkedin to your advantage

There is a way to have an online profile colleagues and potential employers will want to see. Set up your own LinkedIn profile and learn how to make valuable professional connections. Class is limited to 11 students. Registration required. Call 972-466-4800 or visit either Library location to register. A current Carrollton Library card is required. DATE LIBRARY 5/19 Hebron & Josey 6/23 Hebron & Josey 7/21 Hebron & Josey

AGE Adult Adult Adult

DATE LIBRARY 5/12 Hebron & Josey 6/16 Hebron & Josey 7/14 Hebron & Josey

AGE Adult Adult Adult

DAY TIME M 7pm M 7pm M 7pm

Social media is catching on like never before. Set up your own Facebook profile and learn how to connect with your family and friends. Class is limited to 11 students. Registration required. Call 972-466-4800 or visit either Library location to register. A current Carrollton Library card is required. DATE LIBRARY Hebron & Josey 5/03 6/07 Hebron & Josey 7/12 Hebron & Josey

AGE 55+ 55+ 55+

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DAY TIME M 7pm M 7pm M 7pm

Cinco de Mayo Celebration

Special Events

Monday, May 5 • 7pm • Free Hebron & Josey Library 4220 N. Josey Lane The students from Creekview High School’s Ballet Folklorico class will perform dances from states all over Mexico. Enjoy the colorful costumes and traditional dancing by local high school students.

Brookhaven Bell Choir

Friends of the Carrollton Public Library Book Sale Friday, May 23 and Saturday, May 24 10am-6pm Josey Ranch Lake Library 1700 Keller Springs Road Stop by the Josey Ranch Lake Library during the Friends of the Carrollton Public Library Book Sale. Donated books, children’s books, movies, and music will be available for purchase. All proceeds benefit the Friends of the Carrollton Public Library.

Saturday, May 17 • 2pm • Free Josey Ranch Lake Library 1700 Keller Springs Road Enjoy a Spring concert presented by the handbell ringers from Brookhaven College, under the direction of Bonnie Riddle.

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Multiple Class Discount: Receive a discount for taking multiple certification courses. $40 Res/$44 NR for the first class and $10 Res/$11 NR for each additional class on the same date. The American Heart Association (AHA) strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in all AHA courses and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the AHA.

ADULT & PEDIATRIC CPR/AED Learn techniques of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for adults and pediatrics, and obstructed airway management, and how to use public access automated external defibrillators (AED). An American Heart Association certificate, valid for two years, is given upon completion of the course. This course does not certify healthcare providers. The Heartsaver First Aid, CPR, AED Student Workbook is mandatory, and will be sold for $15 (cash only) at the beginning of class. Instructor: Carrollton Fire Rescue CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501900-01 RRC 10+ 5/10 Sa 9:15am-12:30pm 1 $40/$44 601900-01 RRC 10+ 7/19 Sa 9:15am-12:30pm 1 $40/$44

BASIC FIRST AID

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Classes

We teach age-appropriate skills to help boost children’s confidence, enhance problem solving ability, and teach them to react rationally to challenging situations while building cognitive short- and long-term memory functions. Children will learn to think with their minds and not with their hands while developing abstract thought. There is a new project each month. For more information, contact Igor Kravets at 214-448-5924. Instructor: Kravets CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 502120-01 RRC 5-15 5/6-5/27 502120-02 RRC 5-15 6/3-6/24 602120-01 RRC 5-15 7/1-7/29 602120-02 RRC 5-15 8/5-8/26

DAY Tu Tu Tu Tu

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6:10-7:10pm 4 $48/$52.75 6:10-7:10pm 4 $48/$52.75 6:10-7:10pm 5 $60/$66 6:10-7:10pm 4 $48/$52.75

Preschool Classes

ACADEMIC ALL-STARS (HALF DAY)

Not ready for all day? Try half day Academic All Stars. This class follows the same curriculum as All Day Academic All Stars. A nonrefundable supply fee of $10 is due to the instructor the first day of class. Please bring a snack and a drink to each class. Instructor: Buckley CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 511005-01 CRC 3-6 5/6-5/29 Tu/Th 9:15am-12:15pm 8 $95/$104.50 511005-02 CRC 3-6 6/3-6/26 Tu/Th 9:15am-12:15pm 8 $95/$104.50 611005-01 CRC 3-6 7/8-7/31 Tu/Th 9:15am-12:15pm 8 $95/$104.50 611005-02 CRC 3-6 8/12-8/28 Tu/Th 9:15am-12:15pm 6 $72/$79.25

Learn to identify the signs and symptoms of a heart attack and what to do in cases of breathing difficulty, cuts, broken bones, diabetic problems, seizures, and other medical emergencies. An American Heart Association certificate, valid for two years, is earned upon completion of the course. This course does not certify healthcare providers. The Heartsaver First Aid, CPR, AED Student Workbook is mandatory and will be sold for $15 (cash only) at the beginning of class. Instructor: Carrollton Fire Rescue CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 501905-01 RRC 10+ 5/10 601905-01 RRC 10+ 7/19

DAY Sa Sa

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 1:30-4pm 1 $40/$44 1:30-4pm 1 $40/$44

INFANT CPR Learn techniques for infant CPR and obstructed airway management. An American Heart Association certificate, valid for two years, is given upon completion of the course. This course does not certify healthcare providers. The Heartsaver First Aid, CPR, AED Student Workbook in mandatory and will be sold for $15 (cash only) at the beginning of class. Instructor: Carrollton Fire Rescue CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 501930-01 RRC 10+ 5/10 601930-01 RRC 10+ 7/19

DAY Sa Sa

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 4-6pm 1 $40/$44 4-6pm 1 $40/$44

ALL DAY ACADEMIC ALL-STARS (FULL DAY) Academic All-Stars and Mrs. Buckley are the perfect combination for your preschooler. Students learn letters, numbers, handwriting, colors, shapes, math, and science, with stories, music, play time, and gym time. Activities incorporate social and critical thinking skills. A non-refundable supply fee of $10 is due to the instructor the first day of class. Please bring a sack lunch and a drink to each class. Instructor: Buckley CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 511000-01 CRC 3-6 5/6-5/29 Tu/Th 511000-02 CRC 3-6 6/3-6/26 Tu/Th 611000-01 CRC 3-6 7/8-7/31 Tu/Th 611000-02 CRC 3-6 8/12-8/28 Tu/Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 9:15am-2:15pm 8 $155/$170.50 9:15am-2:15pm 8 $155/$170.50 9:15am-2:15pm 8 $155/$170.50 9:15am-2:15pm 6 $117/$128.75

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CAMP EXPLORE & MORE This exciting summer camp allows your child to discover new areas of learning through hands-on activities and science experiments, art, and cooking. Your child will participate in experiments that explain how science is incorporated in everyday life. Physical activity and games will help emphasize the importance of a healthy body. Camp Explore and More will have your kids asking for more! A nonrefundable supply fee of $13 is due to the instructor the first day of class. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601025-01 RRC 5+ 6/10-7/29 Tu 11:45am-2:45pm 8 $165/$181.50

CULINARY KIDS This class is not advised for those with dietary restrictions. Calling all junior chefs: Kid tested and kid approved recipes make this class a delicious choice. Your little chef will enjoy hands-on cooking and munching on a variety of culinary creations, ranging from savory to sweet. Your junior cook will gain basic culinary knowledge and a passion for cooking. A non-refundable $13 supply fee is due to the instructor the first day of class. No class 7/4. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE 601000-01 RRC 3-6 601000-02 RRC 3-6 601000-03 RRC 6-9 601000-04 RRC 7+

DATES 6/13-8/1 6/13-8/1 6/13-8/1 6/13-8/1

DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) F 10:45-11:45am 7 $65/$71.50 F 12-1pm 7 $65/$71.50 F 1:15-2:15pm 7 $65/$71.50 F 2:30-3:30pm 7 $65/$71.50

DANCE PLAY A longtime favorite among boys and girls, this fast-paced class includes sing-along, dance and creative movements to lively children’s music. Your child will also enjoy trampoline time, balls through the hula-hoops, and a story time. Miss Jill’s love for children and children’s music make this class come alive! Adults welcome to stay, so come join the fun. No class 7/4. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 601005-01 RRC 2½-4½ 6/13-8/1 F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 9:45-10:25am 7 $55/$60.50

TLC (TEACHING LITTLE CHILDREN) Miss Jill’s 24 years of experience makes this preschool a favorite, with learning made fun. “Learning time” includes the daily lesson, phonics, numbers, and letter of the day, geography, sight words, sign language, science experiments, candy math, and critical thinking skills. Music, art, and PE time are also a daily favorite. Manners, self-esteem, and a positive environment are Miss Jill’s trademarks. Bring a snack and drink daily to the short class and a full lunch to the longer class. A non-refundable $13 supply fee is due to the instructor the first day of class. Children must be bathroom trained. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601010-01 RRC 3-5 6/10-7/31 Tu/Th 9-10:30am 16 $115/$126.50 601010-02 RRC 4-6 6/9-7/30 M/W 11:30am-2:30pm 16 $213/$234.25

WEE TLC

This is the perfect first school for your little student. Let’s learn the alphabet, days of the week, colors, shapes, the daily lesson, and enjoy story time, art, music, and PE. Manners, self-esteem, and a positive environment are Miss Jill’s trademarks of 24 years of teaching, so come learn and have fun. Soon you will be hearing, “Is today the day I go to school?” Bring a snack and drink to each class. A nonrefundable $13 supply fee is due to the instructor the first day of class. Children must be bathroom trained. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601015-01 RRC 2½-4½ 6/9-7/30 M/W 9-11:30am 16 $207/$227.75

YOU AND ME KID

Have some family fun! Our community events are listed in the Community section, on pages 18-22.

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Bring your little one and stay and play during this fun-filled hour. Each class includes art, playing on preschool equipment, scooters, balls, and toy time. Children and adults will join in the daily marching band, complete with musical instruments. The finalé of the class is a circle time sing-along led by many of your favorite puppet animal friends. Come make friends as you both interact with other families. This class will prepare your child for Dance Play and TLC. An $8 supply fee is due to the instructor the first day of class. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601020-01 RRC 18mo-5 6/10-7/31 Tu/Th 10:30-11:30am 16 $65/$71.50

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Campers take part in CSI style forensics in this hands-on look at crime scenes. Identify and collect evidence, from fingerprints to tracks to trash! Recreate the scene of a crime using clues and detailed observations. Campers will use science to connect the dots and help sniff out the suspects in this hands-on investigation into the science of sleuthing. Make and take home projects each day! Instructor: Mad Science CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 601571-01 RRC 6-11 8/18-8/22 M-F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 1-4pm 5 $165/$181.50

INVENTIONS GALORE! Creative contraption warning! This is a camp designed by you—the inventor! Inspire the inventor and scientist in you during camp. Each day you’ll be given a series of challenges which must be overcome by using your mind. Investigate the awesome inventions created before modern science had really begun. Join the adventure to infinity and beyond on this fantastic day where science fiction meets science fact! Instructor: Mad Science CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 601501-01 RRC 6-11 7/7-7/11 M-F

LEGO – CONSTRUCTION VECHILES AND MACHINES

Science BUBBLES. SMOKE. EXPLOSIONS. Have fun with chemistry in this exciting summer camp! Make a magical crystal garden and synthesize your own slime. Watch as smoke bellows from the NASA-styled rocket you build in class! Learn about our solar system and make a comet using everyday items. Have a ‘shocking’ good time with a Van de Graaff generator and experience lightning first-hand! All this and a lot more! Instructor: Mad Science CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601503-02 CRC 6-11 6/23-6/27 M-F 9am-12pm 5 $165/$181.50

CLAWS, CODES, & COMETS Mad Science invites you to discover claws, codes, and comets in this exciting camp. Decipher the world around you as you learn different ways to send mad messages. Learn about pollution and what it does to our planet. Then, jump right into the science behind sports – test what your toes have to do with tennis and what your feet have to do with football. Experiment with natural dyes that you can find in fruits and veggies, play with a space suit, get a taste for space, and eat like the astronauts when you make your own space snack.

Instructor: Mad Science CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601500-01 RRC 3-5 7/21-7/25 M-F 9am-12pm 5 $165/$181.50

EARTH: THE AMAZING Spend some time learning about how science is everywhere around us from deep in the earth to high in the sky! We’ll even share some tips on how to protect our awesome planet by making recycled paper and experimenting with pollution solutions. The focus on nature continues as we investigate how animals use their sense of smell to detect food and danger and then make a cast of an actual animal footprint to take home. At the end of camp, we will take to the sky for a high flying space spectacular! Instructor: Mad Science CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 601562-01 CRC 6-11 6/23-6/27 M-F 601562-02 RRC 6-11 8/4-8/8 M-F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 1-4pm 5 $165/$181.50

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 1-4pm 5 $165/$181.50 1-4pm 5 $165/$181.50

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Dig into engineering with big trucks, construction vehicles, and super machines. Explore the engineering terms, concepts, and vocabulary behind large scale building machines. Build and learn about steamrollers, bulldozers, wrecking balls, and more while building with your favorite building system, LEGO®.

Instructor: Play-Well TEKnologies

CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501560-01 RRC 5-6 6/30-7/3 M-Th 9am-12pm 4 $154/$170

LEGO - PRE-ENGINEERING Let your imagination run wild with tens of LEGO®! Build engineerdesigned projects such as boats, bridges, mazes and motorized cars, and use special pieces to create your own unique design. Explore the endless creative possibilities of the LEGO® building system with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. This is an ideal way to prepare young builders for the challenge of Engineering FUNdamentals. Instructor: Play-Well TEKnologies CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601568-01 RRC 5-6 7/21-7/25 M-F 9am-12pm 5 $192/$211

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LEGO - FUNDAMENTALS

Power up your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO®! Apply real world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as arch bridges, skyscrapers, motorized cars, and the Battle track! Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. An experienced instructor will challenge new and returning students to engineer at the next level.

Instructor: Play-Well TEKnologies

CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501561-01 RRC 7-12 6/30-7/3 M-F 601561-01 RRC 7-12 7/21-7/25 M-F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 1-4pm 4 $154/$170 1-4pm 5 $192/$211

MOVING WITH SCIENCE Discover how science moves the world around you! This camp covers multiple areas of science, from biology to engineering to chemistry. Campers build bridges and other structures one day, and build a camera obscura the next. Dissect owl pellets, grow crystal gardens, and so much more! Each day includes activities where campers create amazing things to take home with them. Instructor: Mad Science CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601505-01 RRC 7-12 7/7-7/11 M-F 9am-12pm 5 $165/$181.50

ROBOT MANIA Learn all about the use of robotics in our world today and how technology will continue to affect our future! Campers will check out sound-sensing robots, line-tracking robots, amphibious robots, and even robots that play soccer. They will delve into the science of circuits and sensors. This class has a $25 supply fee that is payable to the instructor on the first day of class for a robot that you get to take home and build! Instructor: Mad Science CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 601566-01 RRC 6-11 7/21-7/25 M-F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 1-4pm 5 $165/$181.50

DALLAS MUSEUM OF ART Explore the Dallas Museum of Art. Docent-guided visits allow students to form meaningful connections with works of art through close looking and interactive gallery experiences, including sketching, writing, group discussion, and more. Led by trained volunteers, these visits encourage critical and creative thinking while addressing all learning styles. A typical docent-guided visit includes five to six works of art. Guided visits are presented appropriately for each group’s grade level and subject interest. After the museum, we will eat our lunch at the new Klyde Warren Park. Please bring a sack lunch that does not need to be kept cold. CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 591510-01 RRC 9-17 8/5 591510-02 CRC 9-17 8/12

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TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 10am-3pm 1 $15/$20 10am-3pm 1 $15/$20

FORT WORTH ZOO

Visit the Fort Worth Zoo, the oldest zoo in the state of Texas. The Zoo has 12 permanent exhibit areas — Penguins, World of Primates, Asian Falls, Raptor Canyon, Cheetahs, Flamingo Bay, Meerkat Mounds, Australian Outback, African Savannah, Parrot Paradise, Texas Wild!, and the Museum of Living Art (MOLA). Make plans for a fun filled day at this famous Texas treasure. Please bring a sack lunch that does not need to be kept cold. CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 591505-01 CRC 7-17 6/24 591505-02 RRC 7-17 7/15

SCIENCE

DAY Tu Tu

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 9am-4pm 1 $15/$20 9am-4pm 1 $15/$20

PEROT MUSEUM OF NATURE &

CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601570-01 RRC 7-12 8/18-8/22 M-F 9am-12pm 5 $165/$181.50

Stimulate your curiosity in the revolutionary Perot Museum of Nature and Science. The Museum houses 11 permanent exhibit halls containing state-of-the-art video and 3D computer animation with thrilling, life-like simulations where visitors can exercise their brains through hands-on activities, interactive kiosks, and educational games. The extraordinary building and outdoor space serves as a living science lesson, offering provocative illustrations of engineering, technology, and conservation. You will also visit a special “traveling exhibit” and view a 3D movie. After the museum, we will eat our lunch at the new Klyde Warren Park. Please bring a sack lunch that does not need to be kept cold.

STEM GENIUS

CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 591500-01 RRC 9-17 6/17 591500-02 CRC 9-17 7/8

ROCKET RIDE TO SPACE

Blast-off your knowledge of aerodynamics and flight! This camp is an intense, exciting study of rockets. Campers build their very own rockets and planes. They experiment with different kinds of propulsion systems, and launch and recover rockets! Each day of camp includes activities where campers create amazing things to take home with them. Instructor: Mad Science

You will love discovering more about Engineering (applying knowledge to design solutions) and Math (study of patterns and relationships) to have a lot of fun while learning at the same time. Every day, team up with friends to strengthen your understanding of energy sources, structures, ocean mechanics, and much more through hands-on experiments. You’ll even take home a project each day! Instructor: Mad Science CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601560-01 RRC 6-11 8/4-8/8 M-F 9am-12pm 5 $165/$181.50

Register online at cityofcarrollton.com/signupnow Registration for Carrollton residents begins April 7.

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TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 9am-4pm 1 $20/$25 9am-4pm 1 $20/$25

CHILDREN AND JUNIOR YOUTH GROUP This free program will allow children and pre-youth to get involved in the study of material that aids self-expression. Art projects and cooperative games will teach team building. Different cultures will be explored through arts, crafts, drama, history, music, cuisine, and even a little yoga! Human virtues and how they can be applied to every day activities at home or at school will be learned. These virtues and discussions help build an understanding of moral behavior whereby the young can indeed impact their communities and be champions for a healthier and safer local and global society. This free program will be offered on Mondays from 1-2pm at Crosby Rec Center.

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ANIME & MANGA WORKSHOP

Why sit in front of the TV and watch cartoons when you can draw amazing characters and awesome scenes of your very own? Join us for three action-packed days as students create dazzling illustrations that are influenced by popular Japanese Anime and Manga themes. Colorful characters with expressive personalities jump off of the page. Don’t miss out on an exciting opportunity to produce wonderful artwork. Instructor: Young Rembrandts CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601251-01 RRC 6-13 7/8-7/10 Tu-Th 1-2:30pm 3 $65/$71.50

ART SCHOOL 101 WORKSHOP Calling all creative art fans! Bring out your artistic side and discover your inner artist. With this creative art workshop, not only will you learn new techniques, but each month will cover a different medium: acrylic painting, charcoal drawing, color pencil drawing, and mixed materials. A non-refundable $12 supply fee is due to the instructor the first day of class. Instructor: Wright CLASS # 511200-01 511200-02 611200-01 611200-02

Medium LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) Acrylic Painting CRC 12+ 5/6 Tu 6:30-8pm 1 $25/$27.50 Charcoal Drawing CRC 12+ 6/10 Tu 6:30-8pm 1 $25/$27.50 Color Pencil Draw. CRC 12+ 7/8 Tu 6:30-8pm 1 $25/$27.50 Mixed Media CRC 12+ 8/5 Tu 6:30-8pm 1 $25/$27.50

DRAWING/CARTOONING Our elementary-age curriculum is designed to teach basic to advanced drawing skills, art techniques, and vocabulary. We believe that drawing is the bedrock skill required for future artistic success. We give students skills to express their creativity, and believe that all children can – and should – learn to draw. You’ll see increased art abilities, learning skills, self-confidence, and self-esteem. Each session will include season drawings, art history, and cartooning. New lessons every week. All materials provided. Instructor: Young Rembrandts CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501260-01 RRC 6-13 6/16-7/7 M 3:30-4:30pm 4 $52/$57.50 501260-02 RRC 6-13 7/15-8/5 Tu 4:15-5:15pm 4 $52/$57.50

PASTEL DRAWING WORKSHOP This workshop will focus on three different artists. Each day, we will create a large, original pastel drawing replicating a famous artist’s masterpiece. We will draw a colorful goldfish bowl as Henri Matisse did in his “Goldfish” painting. On day two, we will recreate Vincent Van Gogh’s famous “Starry Night,” complete with swirls throughout the sky. On our final day, we will create a powerful still life full of robust color, as Paul Cezanne often did in his paintings. Each day will challenge us with pastel media, but in the end we will be masters ourselves. You will want the drawings framed! No experience necessary. Please wear an old shirt or smock to class each day.

Instructor: Young Rembrandts CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601250-01 RRC 6-13 8/5-8/7 Tu-Th 1-2:30pm 3 $65/$71.50

PRESCHOOL DRAWING Young students are eager to learn and a joy to teach. Young Rembrandts instructors provide a nurturing and strong learning environment that expands preschoolers’ image vocabulary as they draw familiar images. We will concentrate on the skills of drawing and coloring while we develop fine motor skills, focus, listening, staying on task, patience, and spatial organization. New lessons every week. All materials provided. Instructor: Young Rembrandts CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501255-01 RRC 4-6 6/16-7/7 M 2:30-3:15pm 4 $52/$57.50 501255-02 RRC 4-6 7/15-8/5 Tu 3:15-4pm 4 $52/$57.50

PRESCHOOL PICASSO This art class is designed to inspire and nurture your little Picasso’s creativity. Each class covers the fundamentals of art through colors, textures, lines, patterns, and more, introducing your little one to the wonders of art and experiences inspired by the techniques of the masters. A non-refundable $12 supply fee is due to the instructor the first day of class. Instructor: Wright CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 511205-01 CRC 3-5 5/6-5/13 Tu 511205-02 CRC 3-5 6/10-6/17 Tu 611205-01 CRC 3-5 7/8-7/15 Tu 611205-02 CRC 3-5 8/5-8/12 Tu

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 5-6pm 2 $35/$38.50 5-6pm 2 $35/$38.50 5-6pm 2 $35/$38.50 5-6pm 2 $35/$38.50

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ADULT BALLET

Dance

Lear n basic movements and positioning and work toward combinations across the floor. Wear comfortable clothing and ballet shoes. Level: Beginner/Intermediate. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501300-01 RRC 15+ 5/20-6/24 Tu 601300-01 RRC 15+ 7/1-8/26 Tu

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 8:15-9pm 6 $49.50/$54.50 8:15-9pm 9 $74.25/$81.75

ADULT DANCE STRETCH

Want to work on flexibility? This class focuses on progressive dance stretches, balance, stability, and endurance. Perfect for beginner to intermediate dancers and people of all fitness levels wanting to increase flexibility. Wear comfortable clothing. Dance shoes are optional. $10 drop in fee. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501305-01 RRC 15+ 5/20-6/24 Tu 7:30-8:15pm 6 $49.50/$54.50 601305-01 RRC 15+ 8/5-8/26 Tu 7:30-8:15pm 4 $33/$36.25

ADULT JAZZ Miss the fun of jazz? This class is for adults who love to dance, all styles of jazz from classical to current day. Beginners to advanced dancers are welcome. Variations will be taught for all levels. Wear jazz clothing and jazz or ballet shoes. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501310-01 RRC 15+ 5/22-6/26 Th 601310-01 RRC 15+ 8/7-8/28 Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6-6:45pm 6 $49.50/$54.50 6-6:45pm 4 $33/$36.25

BALLET DANCE Children learn the basics of classical and contemporary ballet. Dance helps coordination, confidence, and social skills. Leotards with tights and ballet shoes are required. Level: Beginner/Intermediate. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC 501315-01 RRC 501315-02 RRC 601315-01 RRC 601315-02 RRC

AGE DATES 4-6 5/24-6/28 7-12 5/24-6/28 4-6 7/5-8/30 7-12 7/5-8/30

DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) Sa 2-2:30pm 6 $37.50/$41.25 Sa 2:30-3:15pm 6 $49.50/$54.50 Sa 2:15-2:45pm 9 $56.25/$61.75 Sa 2:45-3:30pm 9 $74.25/$81.75

BALLET FOR FUN This class focuses less on technique and more on fun with ballet and creative movement. Leotards with tights and ballet shoes are required. Level: Beginner. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 501320-01 RRC 3-5 5/21-6/25 501320-02 RRC 3-5 5/22-6/26 501320-03 RRC 3-6 5/22-6/26 501320-04 RRC 3-5 5/24-6/28 601320-01 RRC 3-5 7/5-8/30 601320-02 RRC 3-5 8/6-8/27 601320-03 RRC 3-5 8/7-8/28 601320-04 RRC 3-6 8/7-8/28

DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) W 11:30am-12pm 6 $37.50/$41.25 Th 11:30am-12pm 6 $37.50/$41.25 Th 4:15-4:45pm 6 $37.50/$41.25 Sa 11:15-11:45am 6 $37.50/$41.25 Sa 11:15-11:45am 9 $56.25/$61.75 W 11:30am-12pm 4 $25/$27.50 Th 11:30am-12pm 4 $25/$27.50 Th 4:15-4:45pm 4 $25/$27.50

Children learn the basic steps of these two dance forms. Dance helps coordination, confidence, and social skills. Leotards with tights and ballet or jazz shoes are required. Level: Beginner/Intermediate. Instructor: Jordan

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Children learn the basic steps of these two dance forms. Dance helps coordination, confidence, and social skills. Leotards with tights and ballet and tap shoes are required. Level: Beginner/Intermediate. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 501340-01 RRC 5-8 5/20-6/24 501340-02 RRC 3-5 5/21-6/25 501340-03 RRC 3-6 5/23-6/27 501340-04 RRC 3-6 5/24-6/28 501340-05 RRC 7-12 5/24-6/28 601340-01 RRC 3-6 7/5-8/30 601340-02 RRC 7-12 7/5-8/30 601340-03 RRC 5-8 8/5-8/26 601340-04 RRC 3-6 8/6-8/27 601340-05 RRC 3-6 8/8-8/29

DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) Tu 5:15-6pm 6 $49.50/$54.50 W 10:45-11:30am 6 $49.50/$54.50 F 11:30am-12:15pm 6 $49.50/$54.50 Sa 11:45am-12:30pm 6 $49.50/$54.50 Sa 1:15-2pm 6 $49.50/$54.50 Sa 11:45am-12:30pm 9 $74.25/$81.75 Sa 1:15-2pm 9 $74.25/$81.75 Tu 5:15-6pm 4 $33/$36.25 W 10:45-11:30am 4 $33/$36.25 F 11:30am-12:15pm 4 $33/$36.25

BELLY DANCE - BEGINNER Belly dancing for art and exercise will keep you slim and trim; it is aerobic and tones muscles you never knew you had. Learn to shimmy and vibrate your hips, snake your arms, undulate your torso, flutter your tummy, and master the art of playing finger cymbals as you listen to exotic music. Best of all, belly dancing was created for women by women and is natural to do. Do something new and exciting, shimmy into shape while you increase your cultural awareness! You will learn basic belly dance movements and isolations, dance routines, how to dance with a veil, and more. This class offers a $9 drop in fee.  Instructor: Stewart CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 511950-01 CRC 15+ 5/7-5/28 511950-02 CRC 15+ 6/4-6/25 611950-01 CRC 15+ 7/2-7/30 611950-02 CRC 15+ 8/6-8/27

DAY W W W W

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 8-9pm 4 $32/$35.50 8-9pm 4 $32/$35.50 8-9pm 5 $40/$44 8-9pm 4 $32/$35.50

BELLY DANCE - INTERMEDIATE

BALLET & JAZZ DANCE

CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 501330-01 RRC 6-10 5/22-6/26 501330-02 RRC 3-5 5/23-6/27 601330-01 RRC 4-7 7/5-7/26 601330-02 RRC 6-10 8/7-8/28 601330-03 RRC 3-5 8/8-8/29

BALLET & TAP DANCE

DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) Th 4:45-5:15pm 6 $37.50/$41.25 F 12:15-12:45pm 6 $37.50/$41.25 Sa 3:30-4pm 4 $25/$27.50 Th 4:45-5:15pm 4 $25/$27.50 F 12:15-12:45pm 4 $25/$27.50

Prerequisite for this class is minimum four week beginner session. This class builds upon the skills from the beginner class, focusing on improving your technique while teaching you more advanced moves. Choreography is taught with the opportunity to showcase your new skill in a completely optional performance. This class offers a $9 drop in fee. Instructor: Stewart CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 511952-01 CRC 15+ 5/7-5/28 511952-02 CRC 15+ 6/4-6/25 611952-01 CRC 15+ 7/2-7/30 611952-02 CRC 15+ 8/6-8/27

DAY W W W W

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 7-8pm 4 $32/$35.50 7-8pm 4 $32/$35.50 7-8pm 5 $40/$44 7-8pm 4 $32/$35.50

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Not sure what dance class your child wants to take? Try a combination of ballet, jazz, hip hop, and modern dance. Leotards with tights or jazz pants and ballet or jazz shoes are required. No class 5/26. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 501350-01 RRC 4-8 5/19-6/30 601350-01 RRC 4-8 7/5-7/26 601350-02 RRC 4-8 8/4-8/25

DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) M 4-4:30pm 6 $37.50/$41.25 Sa 10:45-11:15am 4 $25/$27.50 M 4-4:30pm 4 $25/$27.50

DANCE ON-DEMAND This is ideal for home school groups, friends, siblings, and day care groups. There is a required minimum of four students and you can schedule as few or as many dates as desired. Your group can choose any combination of ballet, hip hop, jazz, modern, or tap. Price listed is per person for a 45-minute class. Call the instructor at 972-2422490 to pre-schedule your preferred class dates. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601355 RRC 3+ TBD TBD TBD TBD $8.25/$9

HIP HOP & JAZZ Move with us as you learn the basics of classical jazz while focusing on the current hip hop scene. This fast-paced and upbeat class helps you find your groove. Proper jazz attire and jazz or hip hop shoes are required. No jeans, please. Level: Beginner/Intermediate. No class 5/26. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC 501360-01 RRC 501360-02 RRC 501360-03 RRC 601360-01 RRC 601360-02 RRC 601360-03 RRC 601360-04 RRC

AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 5-8 5/19-6/30 M 4:30-5:15pm 6 $49.50/$54.50 6-12 5/22-6/26 Th 5:15-6pm 6 $49.50/$54.45 7-12 5/24-6/28 Sa 12:30-1:15pm 6 $49.50/$54.50 7-12 7/5-8/30 Sa 12:30-1:15pm 9 $74.25/$81.75 5-8 7/5-7/26 Sa 4:30-5:10pm 4 $29/$32 5-8 8/4-8/25 M 4:30-5:15pm 4 $33/$36.25 6-12 8/7-8/28 Th 5:15-6pm 4 $33/$36.25

LITTLE TINY DANCERS This unique class will include the use of age appropriate songs as well as classical and ethnic tunes. Little ones will get hands-on experience with instruments and other fun props. Along with a “little tiny” bit of ballet basics, children will use stretches, yoga poses, and other forms of movement. Instructor has over 21 years of experience with this age group, as well as dance and yoga training. Parents are required to stay, and encouraged to participate with their child. A non-refundable $3 supply fee is due to the instructor the first day of class. Space is limited. Drop ins are available only if class is not full. Instructor: Walker CLASS # 511305-01 511305-02 611305-01

LOC AGE DATES CRC 18-34mo 5/5-5/19 CRC 18-34mo 6/2-6/30 CRC 18-34mo 7/7-7/28

DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) M 4:30-5:05pm 3 $22.50/$24.75 M 4:30-5:05pm 5 $37.50/$41.25 M 4:30-5:05pm 4 $30/$33

MOMMY & ME DANCE Our little students will learn the basics of dance and ballet and have fun with creative movement while increasing coordination and balance. Parents will focus on sculpting and strengthening their muscles while having fun learning new dance steps with their child. Leotards and tights with ballet shoes are required for children; parents may wear comfortable clothing and ballet shoes. Price is for both the parent and child together; register under the child’s name. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC 501365-01 RRC 601365-01 RRC 601365-02 RRC

AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 2-5 5/22-6/26 Th 11-11:30am 6 $37.50/$41.25 2-5 7/5-7/26 Sa 4-4:30pm 4 $25/$27.50 2-5 8/7-8/28 Th 11-11:30am 4 $25/$27.50

PRESCHOOL DANCE In addition to basic ballet techniques and stretches, your little dancer will get to exercise, have fun and meet some new friends, all in a nurturing atmosphere designed with the preschooler in mind. We will use a variety of music as we explore creative movement and rhythm. Traditional dance clothes, leotard, and tights are fine, but not required. Leggings, sweats, or shorts are also acceptable. Ballet shoes are recommended, but not mandatory. Children can also wear socks or be barefoot. Parents are welcome to enjoy children’s presentation at the end of each session. A $3 supply fee is due to the instructor the first day of class. Drop ins are available only if class is not full.

Instructor: Walker CLASS # LOC 511300-01 CRC 511300-02 CRC 611300-01 CRC

AGE DATES 3-5 5/5-5/19 3-5 6/12-6/30 3-5 7/17-7/28

DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) M 5:30-6:05pm 3 $22.50/$24.75 M 5:30-6:05pm 5 $37.50/$41.25 M 5:30-6:05pm 4 $30/$33

PRIVATE DANCE LESSONS One-hour private dance lessons are available. Times and days vary. Price listed is per lesson. Contact instructor at 972-242-2490 to schedule a lesson. Instructor: Jordan

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MUSIC & MOVEMENT

Music and movement go hand in hand; join us while we improve our musicality! We will learn and practice music skills including beat, rhythm, form, and melody while singing and moving to songs and stories, singing games, traditional dances from around the world, and creative movement! Instructor: Baker CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 611340-01 CRC 4-6 7/21-7/25 M-F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 1-1:45pm 5 $40/$44

PIANO/KEYBOARD This beginner piano/keyboard program is conducted as a group lesson with up to four students in a class or as private lessons. Students are introduced to sight reading and fundamental music concepts. Instruments are provided; students pay $7 for book to the instructor. Instructor: Musik In School

SUMMER DANCE CAMP This dance camp is for girls and boys of all athletic and creative backgrounds. It will promote self-confidence, teamwork, leadership, and dance technique. We will explore many dance styles such as: Broadway, hip-hop, and cheer. Let’s get moving! A formal recital will be held for family and friends on the last day. Wear comfortable clothing you can move in: jazz pants, tank tops, T-shirts, and either ballet or jazz shoes. No shorts or black-soled tennis shoes, please. Email shadaerogers@hotmail.com with questions. Instructor: Rogers CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 601380-01 RRC 3-6 7/21-7/25 601380-02 RRC 6-10 7/21-7/25 601380-03 RRC 11-16 7/21-7/25

DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) M-F 10:30-11:30am 5 $50/$55 M-F 11:30am-12:30pm 5 $50/$55 M-F 12:45-1:45pm 5 $50/$55

TEEN HIP HOP Calling all teens who love to dance. This class focuses on various styles like popping and locking, new school, and floor work. Fun and fast paced, this class allows participants to find their own style. Hip hop attire required: no jeans or shorts without leggings, hip hop or jazz shoes preferred; non-marking sneakers are allowed, but not ideal. Level: Beginner/Intermediate. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS 501385-01 RRC 12-19 5/20-6/24 Tu 6-6:45pm 6 601385-01 RRC 12-19 7/5-7/26 Sa 5:10-5:55pm 4 601385-02 RRC 12-19 8/5-8/26 Tu 6-6:45pm 4

$(RES/NR) $49.50/$54.50 $33/$36.50 $33/$36.50

WEST COAST SWING

Join us for some fun while learning the West Coast Swing. We will have new material for everyone so this class is perfect for beginners and experienced dancers. We will invite dancers to some group outings to get floor time and enjoy the dance in a fun social setting. No class 5/23. Instructor: Neese CLASS # LOC 501390-01 RRC 501390-02 RRC 601390-01 RRC 601390-02 RRC

AGE DATES 18+ 5/9-5/30 18+ 6/6-6/27 18+ 7/11-7/25 18+ 8/1-8/29

DAY F F F F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 7-8:15pm 3 $21/$23 7-8:15pm 4 $28/$30.75 7-8:15pm 3 $21/$23 7-8:15pm 5 $35/$38.50

CLASS # LOC 511330-01 CRC 511330-02 CRC 611330-01 CRC 611330-02 CRC 511331-01 CRC 511331-02 CRC 611331-01 CRC 611331-02 CRC

AGE DATES 5-6 5/3-5/24 5-6 6/7-6/28 5-6 7/5-7/26 5-6 8/2-8/23 7-15 5/3-5/24 7-15 6/7-6/28 7-15 7/5-7/26 7-15 8/2-8/23

Private 511334-01 511334-02 511334-03 511334-04 611334-01 611334-02 611334-03 611334-04

5-15 5-15 5-15 5-15 5-15 5-15 5-15 5-15

CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC

5/3-5/24 5/3-5/24 6/7-6/28 6/7-6/28 7/5-7/26 7/5-7/26 8/2-8/23 8/2-8/23

DAY TIME #CLSS Sa 12:30-1pm 4 Sa 12:30-1pm 4 Sa 12:30-1pm 4 Sa 12:30-1pm 4 Sa 1-2pm 4 Sa 1-2pm 4 Sa 1-2pm 4 Sa 1-2pm 4 Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

30 min. 1 hour 30 min. 1 hour 30 min. 1 hour 30 min. 1 hour

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$(RES/NR) $85/$93.50 $85/$93.50 $85/$93.50 $85/$93.50 $165/$181.50 $165/$181.50 $165/$181.50 $165/$181.50 $155/$170.50 $250/$275 $155/$170.50 $250/$275 $155/$170.50 $250/$275 $155/$170.50 $250/$275

PRIVATE GUITAR LESSONS Learn to play any style of music. Students learn music reading, scales, improvisation, music theory, and how to learn songs from recordings. Before enrolling, reserve your 30-minute weekly lessons by calling Russ Gold at 214-500-6704. Instructor: Gold CLASS # LOC 501375-01 RRC 501375-02 RRC 501375-03 RRC 501375-04 RRC 501375-05 RRC 601375-01 RRC 601375-02 RRC 601375-03 RRC 601375-04 RRC 601375-05 RRC 601375-06 RRC

AGE 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+

DATES 5/6-5/27 5/3-5/31 6/3-6/10 6/6-6/13 6/7-6/14 7/8-7/29 7/11-7/25 7/12-7/26 8/5-8/26 8/1-8/29 8/2-8/30

DAY Tu Sa Tu F Sa Tu F Sa Tu F Sa

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) TBD 4 $108/$118.75 TBD 5 $135/$145.25 TBD 2 $54/$59.50 TBD 2 $54/$59.50 TBD 2 $54/$59.50 TBD 4 $108/$118.75 TBD 3 $81/$89 TBD 3 $81/$89 TBD 4 $108/$118.75 TBD 5 $135/$148.50 TBD 5 $135/$148.50

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CORE ENERGY Dedication + Determination = Results. Feel your best all day long with this high energy group training workout. No one said losing weight and getting in shape was easy, but with the help of Certified Personal Trainers, you can do it! This class will focus on core, cardiovascular, strength, endurance and flexibility for a total body approach to fitness. Every class is different and is designed by certified personal trainers to keep the body guessing so you’ll continually see results. Arrive early. One time new member fee of $60 payable to instructor for orientation, group grocery store tour, nutritional guidance, a tech shirt, and more! This class offers a $9 drop in fee. Level: Beginner/ Advanced. No class 5/26. Instructor: LiveWire Fitness Staff CLASS # LOC AGE 501910-01 RRC 18+ 501910-02 RRC 18+ 601910-01 RRC 18+ 601910-02 RRC 18+

DATES DAY 5/5-5/30 M/W/F 6/2-6/27 M/W/F 7/7-8/1 M/W/F 8/4-8/29 M/W/F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6:10-7am 11 $81.51/$89.76 6:10-7am 12 $89/$98 6:10-7am 12 $89/$98 6:10-7am 12 $89/$98

FAT BURNING FITNESS Tired of exercise that doesn’t get results? You owe it to yourself to try this class. Great music, easy to follow, burns fat like crazy, and tones, tones, tones! Great mix for targeting abs and fannies, and good stretches for cool down. This class offers an $8 drop in fee. Register for Tuesday, Thursday, or both. Instructor: Marshall CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501920-01 RRC 13+ 5/13-6/24 Tu 501920-02 RRC 13+ 5/15-6/26 Th 601920-01 RRC 13+ 7/15-8/26 Tu 601920-02 RRC 13+ 7/17-8/28 Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 7-8pm 7 $50/$55 7-8pm 7 $50/$55 7-8pm 7 $50/$55 7-8pm 7 $50/$55

FITNESS CONDITIONING CAMP During this eight-week training period, participants will enjoy very active, full-body strength, and cardio split-circuit training programs focusing on improving their overall health. Participants will train in a group setting, but the coach will work on each individual’s proper body mechanics and lifting techniques to prevent injury. The coach will focus on weight loss targets, toning, and building muscle. Classes are ongoing. For more information, call Crosby Recreation Center at 972-466-9810. Try the class for a $12 drop-in fee. Instructor: Fit 312 CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 511920-01 CRC 16+ May-Jun F 611920-01 CRC 16+ Jul-Aug F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 12-1pm 8 $80/$88 12-1pm 8 $80/$88

INDOOR CYCLING WITH DON Don brings you an outdoor cycling experience indoors with this athletic and authentic cycling ride. Motivating instruction and driving music will keep you energized as you are led through a workout comprised of a variety of hill climbs, flat terrains, head winds, tail winds, sprints, and aerobic intervals. Each workout is different as the instructor picks the terrain and sets the goals for each class. This class is multi-level and no outdoor cycling experience is required. If you are serious about burning calories, losing weight, and elite cardio-respiratory fitness, this class is for you. Bring a water bottle, towel, and gel bike seat cover (optional). $8 drop in fee (if bikes are available). Instructor: McGehee CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 501925-01 RRC 16+ 5/6-5/27 501925-02 RRC 16+ 6/3-6/24 601925-01 RRC 16+ 7/1-7/29 601925-02 RRC 16+ 8/5-8/26

DAY Tu Tu Tu Tu

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6-7pm 4 $28/$30.75 6-7pm 4 $28/$30.75 6-7pm 5 $35/$38.50 6-7pm 4 $28/$30.75

PERSONAL TRAINING & BOXING FITNESS Boxing! A fun way to lose weight, build muscle, and endurance. It’s a full body workout, good for men, women, and kids. Train like some of the most finely conditioned athletes in the world. No experience necessary; you can learn everything from basic fundamentals to sparring and the refined skills needed to step into the ring. Personal training sessions will be tailored to the individual’s current fitness level with increasing difficulty. Have fun and get fit today! PT-Boxing Fitness training for children is also offered. For groups of two or more, the rate is $25 per person. Discounts available for seniors and competitive boxers. Prices are per session. Instructor: Romero CLASS # LOC AGE 511945-01 CRC 5+ 511945-02 CRC 5+ 611945-01 CRC 5+ 611945-02 CRC 5+

DATES DAY 5/1-5/31 M-Sa 6/2-6/30 M-Sa 7/7-7/31 M-Sa 8/1-8/30 M-Sa

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) TBD TBD $60/hour TBD TBD $60/hour TBD TBD $60/hour TBD TBD $60/hour

PROJECT 8 FIGHT FITNESS

Our curriculum is a portrayal of what it’s like in a UFC fighter’s training camp; participants will learn different disciplines, each with a vast array of techniques from proven art styles like Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai, Sambo, Taekwondo, Boxing, and Judo. This course is a fantastic way to reduce stress and build self-confidence and is spiritually, mentally, and physically rewarding. Participants will also get in fighting shape. Ranking promotions will be held every three months. Everyone will be challenged to execute techniques and show endurance and maturity as a martial artist each exam. Bring your mouth piece, head gear, shin pads, hand wraps, and gloves. Try the class for a $10 drop in fee. Instructor: Nnabuaku CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 511955-01 CRC 15+ 5/6-5/29 Tu/Th 7:15-8:15pm 8 $70/$77 511955-02 CRC 15+ 6/3-6/26 Tu/Th 7:15-8:15pm 8 $70/$77 611955-01 CRC 15+ 7/8-7/31 Tu/Th 7:15-8:15pm 8 $70/$77 611955-02 CRC 15+ 8/5-8/28 Tu/Th 7:15-8:15pm 8 $70/$77

PT FITNESS - EMEKA Project 8 Fitness’ success for body transformation is surrounded by dynamic training using periodization with high-intensity interval training in circuit form. You’ll perform 8-12 exercises varying in the form of repetition or timed intervals ranging from 30 seconds to 2 minute rounds with little or no rest between stations, depending on your fitness level. We will keep a fast and steady pace! Pay by day ($10) or weekly ($30). Instructor: Nnabuaku CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 511960-01 CRC 15+ 5/2-5/30 M/W/F 511960-02 CRC 15+ 6/2-6/27 M/W/F 611960-01 CRC 15+ 7/7-8/1 M/W/F 611960-02 CRC 15+ 8/4-8/29 M/W/F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6-7am 12 $120/$132 6-7am 12 $120/$132 6-7am 12 $120/$132 6-7am 12 $120/$132

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TUFF-TIME BOXING CARDIO A unique workout that combines cardio light weights, basic boxing skills, and drills (sparring is optional) for both men and women of all ages. Lose weight, get in shape physically and mentally, and enjoy the best stress-relieving class in Carrollton. Class is taught by a statecertified USBA instructor with 56 years of experience. The instructors have won New York and Dallas Golden Gloves Championships and National Tough Man competitions. $10 drop-in fee per class. No class 5/26 or the week of 6/30 through 7/4. To schedule private lessons, contact Mike Tufariello at mtuffy@webtv.net. Instructor: Tufariello CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 511940-01 CRC 16+ 5/5-5/28 511940-02 CRC 16+ 6/2-6/25 611940-01 CRC 16+ 7/7-7/30 611940-02 CRC 16+ 8/4-8/27

DAY M/W M/W M/W M/W

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 7-8pm 8 $65/$71.50 7-8pm 8 $65/$71.50 7-8pm 8 $65/$71.50 7-8pm 8 $65/$71.50

STRENGTH-CORE-BALANCE Develop strong core muscles, restore balance, and promote lean muscle building while minimizing injuries through a progressive instruction method. Emphasis is on a full-body workout with balance postures included. Mats, hand weights, resistance bands, tubing, and stability balls will be used during class. Cardiovascular work will be incorporated into warm-up exercises and strength training. All levels of fitness will benefit, with special attention paid to restoration of balance and strength endurance for seniors. Instructor: Stallo CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501970-01 RRC 18+ 5/7-5/28 W 501970-02 RRC 18+ 5/2-5/23 F 501970-03 RRC 18+ 6/4-6/25 W 501970-04 RRC 18+ 6/6-6/27 F 601970-01 RRC 18+ 7/2-7/30 W 601970-02 RRC 18+ 7/11-7/25 F 601970-03 RRC 18+ 8/6-8/27 W 601970-04 RRC 18+ 8/1-8/22 F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 2-3pm 4 $28/$30.75 2-3pm 4 $28/$30.75 2-3pm 4 $28/$30.75 2-3pm 4 $28/$30.75 2-3pm 5 $35/$38.50 2-3pm 3 $21/$23 2-3pm 4 $28/$30.75 2-3pm 4 $28/$30.75

JAZZERCISE Burn up to 600 calories in one fun and powerfully effective totalbody workout. Every Jazzercise group fitness class combines dance-based cardio with strength training and stretching to sculpt, tone, and lengthen muscles for maximum fat burning. Choreographed to today’s hottest music, Jazzercise is a fusion of jazz dance, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, and kickboxing. Start dancing yourself fit and change the shape of your body today! 12 month option-$38 per month (non-residents add $4) via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), $30 joining fee; 6 month option-$42 per month (non-residents add $4), $50 joining fee. One-day pass is $15. Register at the location of your choice and your EFT pass is good for ALL Carrollton classes. For additional information, visit jazzercise.com, email carrolltonjazzercise@ gmail.com or call Jan at 972-402-9198. No class 5/26. Instructor: Baker

CARROLLTON SENIOR CENTER FORMAT LOC AGE DAY TIME Jazzercise SRC 15+ Sa 8:55-9:55am Jazzercise SRC 15+ Su 4:30-5:30pm Jazzercise SRC 15+ M/W 4:30-5:30pm Jazzercise SRC 15+ M/T/W 5:30-6:30pm Jazzercise SRC 15+ M/W 6:30-7:30pm Lite 50+ SRC 50+ Tu/Th 11:30am-12:25pm Low Impact SRC 15+ Tu/Th 6:30-7:30pm Low Impact SRC 15+ Th 5:30-6:30pm

ROSEMEADE RECREATION CENTER FORMAT LOC AGE DAY TIME Jazzercise RRC 15+ Tu/Th 6-7am Jazzercise RRC 15+ Sat 8-9am Jazzercise RRC 15+ M-F 8:10-9:10am Jazzercise RRC 15+ M/W/F/Sa 9:15-10:15am Jazzercise RRC 15+ Su 2-3pm Jazzercise RRC 15+ M-F 5-6pm Express RRC 15+ F 6:05-6:35pm Jazzercise RRC 15+ M-Th 6:05-7pm

JUNIOR JAZZERKAMP Join us for fun, easy-to-follow dance moves to popular music, fitness games, and light strength training. Junior Jazzercise is a perfect program to get kids active and learn the importance of exercise and health. We will work on dance technique and hip hop moves, play games, make crafts and healthy snacks, and conclude the week with a mini-performance. The non-competitive atmosphere is the perfect setting to introduce your child to fitness. Children are not required to have any dance experience. $20 supply fee. Call 972-402-9198 or email carrolltonjazzercise@ gmail.com to register. Instructor: Baker CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 511925-01 CRC 6-11 6/16-6/20 M-F 8:30-11am 5 $79/$87

ZUMBA

This is a calorie burning fitness class with a Latin flavor. The Merengue, Salsa, Reggaton, Samba, Cha-Cha, Bachata, and other international Latin rhythms help tone your core, elevate your heart rate, and strengthen your body. No dance experience necessary. There will be added deep stretching and relaxing at the end of each class. Try the class for an $8 drop in fee.

ZUMBA at CRosby Instructor: Posey CLASS # 511930-01 511930-02 611930-01 611930-02

LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) CRC 15+ 5/6-5/29 Tu/Th 6:30-7:30pm 8 $50/$55 CRC 15+ 6/3-6/26 Tu/Th 6:30-7:30pm 8 $50/$55 CRC 15+ 7/8-7/31 Tu/Th 6:30-7:30pm 8 $50/$55 CRC 15+ 8/5-8/28 Tu/Th 6:30-7:30pm 8 $50/$55

ZUMBA AT ROSEMEADE Instructor: Saenz CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501985-01 RRC 16+ 5/6-5/27 Tu 501985-02 RRC 16+ 5/1-5/29 Th 501985-03 RRC 16+ 6/3-6/24 Tu 501985-04 RRC 16+ 6/5-6/26 Th 601985-01 RRC 16+ 7/1-7/29 Tu 601985-02 RRC 16+ 7/3-7/31 Th 601985-03 RRC 16+ 8/5-8/26 Tu 601985-04 RRC 16+ 8/7-8/28 Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 7:30-8:30pm 4 $26/$28.50 7:30-8:30pm 5 $32.50/$35.75 7:30-8:30pm 4 $26/$28.50 7:30-8:30pm 4 $26/$28.50 7:30-8:30pm 5 $32.50/$35.75 7:30-8:30pm 5 $32.50/$35.75 7:30-8:30pm 4 $26/$28.50 7:30-8:30pm 4 $26/$28.50

ZUMBA GOLD at SENIOR CENTER* This class is for the active older adult and the deconditioned adult seeking a fun way to fitness. No dance experience necessary. The only thing needed is a sense of fun and adventure. Drop in fee of $2, or buy a punch card for $16. Instructor: Griffin LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME $(RES/NR) SRC 50+ Ongoing Tu/Th 2:15-3:15pm $2/$2.25 SRC 50+ Ongoing Tu/Th 2:15-3:15pm $2/$2.25

*No class the last Tuesday of every month.

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QIGONG/TAI CHI FOR ARTHRITIS Develop core strength, improve posture, and diminish pain, while learning to relax your muscles and take charge of your well-being. Qigong, the grandfather of Tai Chi has deep roots in traditional Chinese medicine. The same punch card can be used for both classes. Challenge your body, stimulate your mind, embrace your spirit, and make new friends. $9 drop in fee; punch card $40/5 classes. Wear loose, comfortable clothes, and flat shoes. Instructor: Bouguyon FORMAT Qigong Tai Chi

Increase your strength, flexibility, and balance with yoga. This class will relieve stress and tension and is designed to accommodate older adults. Come experience yoga to feel energized and revitalized. Instructor: Guinn DAY TIME #WKS $(RES/NR) M 12-12:45pm Ongoing $3/$3.25 F 11-11:45am Ongoing $3/$3.25

KUNDALINI YOGA

Through improved flexibility, breathing, and circulation, Kundalini Yoga emphasizes a healthy body and mind as keys to a healthy and happy life. Exercise and meditation are augmented by the ancient technique of mantra to enhance the meditative aspect of the yoga experience. Once learned, yoga can be practiced at home. Experience increased energy and vitality, stress reduction, mood control, and overall peace of mind. Bring an exercise mat and water. $15 drop in fee requires pre-registration before the start of class. Instructor: Khalsa CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501940-01 RRC 12+ 5/2-6/13 F 601940-01 RRC 12+ 7/11-8/29 F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6:30-8pm 7 $84/$92.50 6:30-8pm 8 $96/$105.50

PILATES FOR EVERYONE

Pilates is a total body conditioning exercise that combines flexibility and strength to restore natural balance while boosting the immune system and reducing stress, fatigue, and pain. No food or drink one hour prior to class. Wear comfortable clothing that is not too loose and bring a mat, towel, and water. $12 drop in fee requires preregistration before the start of class. No class 5/26. Instructor: Mashreghi CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501960-01 RRC 13+ 5/5-6/30 M 601960-01 RRC 13+ 7/7-8/25 M

DAY TIME #WKS $(RES/NR) M 10:30-11:30am Ongoing $9/$10 W 10:30-11:30am Ongoing $9/$10

YOGA at CROSBY

AGING GRACEFULLY YOGA

LOC AGE SRC 50+ SRC 50+

LOC AGE SRC 50+ SRC 50+

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6-7pm 8 $80/$88 6-7pm 8 $80/$88

This class is for beginner to intermediate students. The type of yoga taught will be rooted in Hatha and Vinyasa styles. Students will move from one pose to the next, focusing on proper breathing technique and form. Students will develop strength and balance, along with an increase in energy and a decrease of stress in their lives. A personal yoga mat is highly recommended. Students should wear work out clothing. The third class of each month will be Yoga Nidra, a deep relaxation class. It is recommended students bring a blanket and pillow to this class. Try the class for a $10 drop in fee. Instructor: Walker CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 511910-01 CRC 16+ 5/5-5/19 511910-02 CRC 16+ 6/2-6/30 611910-01 CRC 16+ 7/7-7/28

DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) M 6:30-7:30pm 3 $27/$29.75 M 6:30-7:30pm 5 $45/$49.50 M 6:30-7:30pm 4 $36/$39.60

YOGA FOR EVERYONE As all bodies are different and have different weaknesses and strengths, we help the body into the correct positions and focus on body alignment using props. Come experience yoga to feel energized and revitalized. No food or drink one hour prior to the class. Wear comfortable clothing that is not too loose and bring a mat, yoga blanket, and strap. Instructor: Mashreghi CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501980-01 RRC 13+ 5/7-6/25 W 601980-01 RRC 13+ 7/2-8/27 W

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6-7pm 8 $80/$88 6-7pm 9 $90/$99

Training

PERSONAL TRAINERS

City of Carrollton personal trainers are available to work with you at Crosby and Rosemeade Recreation Centers and the Carrollton Senior Center. Personal trainers share their own philosophies and unique styles to create an individual training program to meet your needs. Sessions are charged at an hourly rate and trainer’s rates vary. Visit cityofcarrollton.com/parksandrec for trainer credentials and contact information. For additional information about the Personal Training program, please call the Fitness Coordinator at 972-466-9816.

WEIGHT ROOM ORIENTATION Learn how to properly use each weight machine at our recreation facilities to maximize results and minimize chances of injury. Classes are taught by certified personal trainers. Children ages 1315 will receive a weight room authorization card allowing them to use the weight room independently after a signed waiver has been submitted. Without the class, ages 13-15 will only be allowed to use the weight room under the supervision of a parent or legal guardian after signing a waiver. Classes are offered at Crosby and Rosemeade Recreation Centers and the Carrollton Senior Center. For a complete class schedule and prices, visit cityofcarrollton.com/parksandrec or call the appropriate facility. ci t yofcarroll ton.com /s ignupnow • Facili t y hours , fees , and programm ing s ubject to change.

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3-D ARCHERY

Ready, aim, shoot, hit the bulls-eye. Students will learn about target and field archery. A variety of target materials from paper to 3-D will be utilized to provide a joyful adventure for young archers. Siblings of different ages are welcome to sign up for same class time. The ever popular Defending the Castle will return with new foes along with the skeleton pirates. Personal water bottles and insect repellent are allowed on the range. Level: Beginner. Instructor: Jimenez CLASS # LOC AGE 501105-01 RRC 7+ 601105-01 RRC 7+ 601105-02 RRC 7+

DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6/9-6/12 M-Th 6:30-7:45pm 4 $40/$44 7/7-7/10 M-Th 6:30-7:45pm 4 $40/$44 8/4-8/7 M-Th 6:30-7:45pm 4 $40/$44

DODGEBALL CAMP BASKETBALL TECH Bowmen Sports Basketball is a fun clinic designed for players of all skills and abilities. Program time will focus on dribbling, passing, and shooting. This is a skill-based program, but uses fun drills and games to reinforce skills being taught. This program is perfect for young, budding stars! Bring basketball/gym shoes and a water bottle. Instructor: Bowmen Sports CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 501140-01 RRC 4-5 6/9-6/30 501140-02 RRC 6-12 6/9-6/30 601140-01 RRC 4-5 7/7-7/28 601140-02 RRC 6-12 7/7-7/28

DAY M M M M

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 4:30-5:15pm 4 $40/$45 5:30-6:30pm 4 $50/$55 4:30-5:15pm 4 $40/$45 5:30-6:30pm 4 $50/$55

BASKETBALL TECH CAMP Bowmen Sports Basketball is a super-fun clinic designed for players of all skills and abilities. Program time focuses on dribbling, passing, shooting, and rebounding. This is a skill-based program which utilizes drills and games to reinforce skills being taught. Part of each class time will be used for game scrimmages. Bring basketball/gym shoes and a water bottle. Instructor: Bowmen Sports CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501145-01 RRC 7-12 6/23-6/26 M-Th 9am-12pm 4 $90/$99 601145-01 RRC 7-12 7/7-7/10 M-Th 9am-12pm 4 $90/$99 611145-02 CRC 7-12 8/11-8/14 M-Th 9am-12pm 4 $90/$99

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Ultra-popular program includes over 20 different versions of dodgeball. Drills will be set up for maximum fun. All games are played with special, safer dodgeballs, so the fun doesn’t have to hurt. This camp may also include capture the flag, kickball, and other classic games. Bring basketball/gym shoes and a water bottle. Instructor: Bowmen Sports CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501165-01 RRC 7-12 6/9-6/12 M-Th 601165-01 CRC 7-12 7/28-7/31 M-Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 1-4pm 4 $90/$99 1-4pm 4 $90/$99

Please note the different locations for each camp.

ROOKIES 3-5 MULTI-SPORT This super-fun program is a great opportunity for your child to get an introduction to team sports like soccer, t-ball, and basketball in a low competitive environment. This multi-sport program includes skill development and fun games. Instructor: Bowmen Sports CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 611140-01 CRC 3-5 6/12-7/31 Th 5:30-6:15pm 8 $80/$88

ROOKIES BEGINNER SOCCER This fun and all new, skill-based, indoor soccer program teaches skills such as passing, dribbling, crossing, shooting, and teamwork. This soccer skills program is designed for elementary aged players. Groups are divided by age and skill level. Instructor: Bowmen Sports CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 611142-01 CRC 6-10 6/12-7/31 Th 6:30-7:30pm 8 $85/$92

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1650 W. Frankford Road • 972-466-9850 • indiancreekgolfclub.com

indian creek

Voted “Favorite Public Golf Course” in 2012 by Addison Magazine

golf club

Indian Creek is conveniently located between the

George Bush Turnpike and SH 121 and  is only ½ mile east of Interstate 35E. Starting time reservations are taken 10 days in advance by phone or in person. You can also book starting times, view upcoming special events, and other promotional offers by visiting indiancreekgolfclub.com.

Player Development Program If unlimited range balls, complimentary golf instruction, and discounted golf is what you are looking for, become a member of Indian Creek’s PDP – Player Development Program. Cost is only $49 each month, and you can hit unlimited range balls, participate in free weekly golf clinics, and play 7 days a week after twilight with cart for only $18 plus tax on the Lakes Course and $25 plus tax on the Creek Course. Adding additional family members costs only $10 per person.

Ultimate PDP

Like the benefits of the PDP, but want to play discounted golf at times other than during twilight? Maybe the Ultimate PDP is the program for you. Cost is $99 each month and you can hit unlimited range balls, participate in free weekly golf clinics and play 7 days a week ANYTIME for only $18 plus tax on the Lakes Course and $25 plus tax on the Creek Course.

Tournament Season Just Around the Corner

Indian Creek is the perfect place for your next event or outing. We can accommodate groups of 16 to over 200. Two great golf courses, excellent facilities, and great service will make your next event one your guests won’t forget. To coordinate golf tournaments or leagues, contact our Event Sales Coordinator Jessica Oliver at 972-466-9859 or email at joliver@eaglegolf.com

See page 16 for summer golf camps for kids ages 8-13.

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Play the Creek Course with Cart & GPS $45 plus tax Monday - Thursday (anytime) or $55 plus tax Friday - Sunday (anytime)

Play the Lakes Course with Cart & GPS $35 plus tax Monday - Thursday (anytime) or $42 plus tax Friday - Sunday (anytime) One coupon required per golfer. Friday – Sunday rates will apply on all holidays. Expires 6/30/14 indiancreekgolfclub.com

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Northrup Gymnastics

In Association with the City of Carrollton Parks and Recreation Department • Rosemeade Recreation Center

Northrup Gymnastics is an all-year program that has been serving the community for 24 years. A recreation center membership is not required for enrollment in Northrup Gymnastics classes. Your child will be offered the opportunity to develop a strong, healthy body, and learn discipline, determination, and self-motivation. Participants must secure their hair away from the face and may not wear jewelry of any kind. Students may wear T-shirts and shorts and be barefooted. Parents and visitors observe from outside the gym. The recreation center’s inclement weather policy follows the C-FBISD closures and make up dates will be announced. For additional information about the programs and competitive team, contact Coach Tony at 972-898-6390 or anorth2@live.com and visit northrupgymnastics.com. No classes June 3 through 6.

COMPETITIVE TEAM

Team is by invitation only. We compete in USAG and GA. To learn more about the team, visit northrupgymnastics.com. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501400-01 RRC 6-18 5/6-6/27 Tu-F 4:30-7:30pm 28 $300 501400-02 RRC 6-12 5/7-6/27 W/F 4:30-6:30pm 14 $150 501400-03 RRC 6-12 5/6-6/26 Tu/Th 4:30-6:30pm 14 $150 601400-01 RRC 6-18 7/8-8/22 Tu-F 4:30-7:30pm 28 $300 601400-02 RRC 6-12 7/9-8/22 W/F 4:30-6:30pm 14 $150 601400-03 RRC 6-12 7/8-8/21 Tu/Th 4:30-6:30pm 14 $150

GIRLS GYMNASTICS If your daughter aspires to be the next Gabby Douglas or just wants a fun activity, she will enjoy learning challenging skills, discipline, dance, and will increase her athletic abilities. A refined mix of skills training, stretching, conditioning, and fun games will provide her with the tools to become a well-rounded athlete. Level: BeginnerIntermediate. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501410-01 RRC 5-9 5/6-6/24 Tu 5-6pm 7 $42/$46.25 501410-02 RRC 6-10 5/6-6/26 Tu/Th 6-7pm 14 $84/$92.50 501410-03 RRC 5-9 5/8-6/26 Th 5-6pm 7 $42/$46.25 501410-04 RRC 6-10 5/7-6/25 W 5-6:30pm 7 $63/$69.25 501410-05 RRC 6-12 5/7-6/25 W 6:30-7:30pm 7 $42/$46.25 501410-06 RRC 5-9 5/9-6/27 F 4:45-5:45pm 7 $42/$46.25 501410-07 RRC 5-9 5/9-6/27 F 5:45-6:45pm 7 $42/$46.25 601410-01 RRC 5-9 7/8-8/19 Tu 5-6pm 7 $42/$46.25 601410-02 RRC 6-10 7/8-8/21 Tu/Th 6-7pm 14 $84/$92.50 601410-03 RRC 5-9 7/10-8/21 Th 5-6pm 7 $42/$46.25 601410-04 RRC 6-10 7/9-8/20 W 5-6:30pm 7 $63/$69.25 601410-05 RRC 6-12 7/9-8/20 W 6:30-7:30pm 7 $42/$46.25 601410-06 RRC 5-9 7/11-8/22 F 4:45-5:45pm 7 $42/$46.25 601410-07 RRC 5-9 7/11-8/22 F 5:45-6:45pm 7 $42/$46.25

GIRLS RECreation TEAM Students must have attended at least one session of any gymnastics class to enroll. Girls will learn skills and routines to perform at local exhibitions (TBD). A mixture of gymnastic skills and varied forms of dance are included on the balance beam, while fun routines set to music are done on the floor; vault, and bars will show off their athleticism. Level: Beginner/Intermediate. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501420-01 RRC 6-14 5/6-6/26 Tu/Th 601420-01 RRC 6-14 7/8-8/21 Tu/Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 7-8pm 14 $88/$96.75 7-8pm 14 $88/$96.75

GIRLS TUMBLING & TRAMP Feel the need to tumble? Cartwheels, round-offs, and front and back handsprings will be the focus. Level: Beginner/Intermediate. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501430-01 RRC 6-12 5/7-6/25 W 7:30-8:15pm 7 $32/$35.25 601430-01 RRC 6-12 7/9-8/20 W 7:30-8:15pm 7 $32/$35.25

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GYMNASTICS ON DEMAND

In this gymnastics class, instructors will work with you to create exactly what fits your needs. The class requires a minimum of five participants. They can be siblings, friends, or daycare groups. Pricing is per hour, per child. You may schedule as many or as few classes as you like. For more information or to schedule your class(es), contact Tony Northrup at 972-898-6390 or email anorth2@live.com. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501440-01 RRC 3-12 5/7-6/27 W-F 601440-01 RRC 3-12 7/9-8/22 W-F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) TBD TBD $10/$11 TBD TBD $10/$11

FUNTASTICS 3, 4 & 5 YEAR OLDS Boys and girls will have a great time building their athletic abilities and social interaction. While using the bars, beam, floor, trampoline, and obstacle course, your future athlete will develop coordination and strength. In order to provide a safe, structured, and well-balanced class, all participants must be completely potty trained (no pull-ups) and able to follow class etiquette. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501450-01 RRC 3 5/7-6/25 W 501450-02 RRC 3 5/8-6/26 Th 501450-03 RRC 3 5/9-6/27 F 501450-04 RRC 4-5 5/7-6/25 W 501450-05 RRC 4-5 5/8-6/26 Th 501450-06 RRC 4-5 5/8-6/26 Th 501450-07 RRC 4-5 5/9-6/27 F 501450-08 RRC 4-5 5/9-6/27 F 501450-09 RRC 4-5 5/9-6/27 F 601450-01 RRC 3 7/9-8/20 W 601450-02 RRC 3 7/10-8/21 Th 601450-03 RRC 3 7/11-8/22 F 601450-04 RRC 4-5 7/9-8/20 W 601450-05 RRC 4-5 7/10-8/21 Th 601450-06 RRC 4-5 7/10-8/21 Th 601450-07 RRC 4-5 7/11-8/22 F 601450-08 RRC 4-5 7/11-8/22 F 601450-09 RRC 4-5 7/11-8/22 F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 9:45-10:30am 7 $67/$73.75 9:45-10:30am 7 $67/$73.75 9:45-10:30am 7 $67/$73.75 4-4:45pm 7 $67/$73.75 10:30-11:15am 7 $67/$73.75 4-4:45pm 7 $67/$73.75 4-4:45pm 7 $67/$73.75 9-9:45am 7 $67/$73.75 10:30-11:15am 7 $67/$73.75 9:45-10:30am 7 $67/$73.75 9:45-10:30am 7 $67/$73.75 9:45-10:30am 7 $67/$73.75 4-4:45pm 7 $67/$73.75 10:30-11:45am 7 $67/$73.75 4-4:45pm 7 $67/$73.75 9-9:45am 7 $67/$73.75 4-4:45pm 7 $67/$73.75 10:30-11:15am 7 $67/$73.75

OPEN GYM

This is a great opportunity to play with your children in a climatecontrolled area. Use the gymnastics equipment, trampoline, and the assortment of mats as an indoor playground. A coach will be present to supervise the open play. Children must have parental supervision. Prices are per family (family prices are applicable to immediate family only). Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501460-01 RRC 1-5 5/7-6/25 W 601460-01 RRC 1-5 7/9-8/20 W

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 9-9:45am 7 $28/$30.75 9-9:45am 7 $28/$30.75

There are several more classes for your preschooler in the Education section on pages 27-30.

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NINE DRAGONS KUNG-FU This class is a complete martial art that helps lower stress as it trains and strengthens the mind and body through a holistic approach while preparing you for real-life self-defense. All classes are low-impact and structured to teach you how to harness and focus the power of the mind, more deeply integrate the mind/body connection, maximize the mechanics of natural body structure, develop heightened sensitivity to change, and train natural responses for self-defense. We follow the traditional methods of Li-Family Nine Dragon Baguazhang under the guidance of our certified instructor. Visit ninedragonbaguazhang. com/dallas for more information. Drop in to watch or pay $10 to participate. Instructor: Ferrer CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501100-01 RRC 16+ 5/10-5/31 Sa 501100-02 RRC 16+ 6/7-6/28 Sa 601100-01 RRC 16+ 7/12-8/2 Sa 601100-02 RRC 16+ 8/9-8/30 Sa

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 10-11:30am 4 $50/$55 10-11:30am 4 $50/$55 10-11:30am 4 $50/$55 10-11:30am 4 $50/$55

RED TIGER KARATE

ADULT KARATE Discover yourself and learn what you are capable of through this martial arts class. This is an introduction to traditional Okinawan karate that translates into real life self-defense applications and personal protection. Everyone receives personalized attention and guidance throughout each session. Sensei Parks is a nutrition and fitness expert, which he integrates into his martial arts training. Goaloriented exercise and training programs are used for everyone. Rank promotions are only intended as development milestones; we do not charge promotion fees. Advanced karate techniques are also available along with some cross-training opportunities with other martial arts such as Aikido. Enrollment is available during any session. Anyone may observe any class at any time. If you are looking for new ways to get healthy and stay in shape, or just looking to get an edge in life, this class is for you! Drop in fee $5. No class 5/26. Instructor: Parks CLASS #

LOC AGE DATES DAY Beginner: 501125-01 RRC 15+ 5/5-6/25 M/W 601125-01 RRC 15+ 7/7-8/27 M/W

TIME 7-8pm 7-8pm

16 $40/$44 16 $40/$44

Advanced: 501130-01 RRC 15+ 5/5-6/25 M/W 601130-01 RRC 15+ 7/7-8/27 M/W

7-9pm 7-9pm

16 $60/$66 16 $60/$66

Learn American karate in the white through black belt program that runs year-round. The junior program develops self-esteem, positive behavior, academic achievement, and respect for others. In addition to practicing karate techniques, abduction prevention training and bully self-defense skills are integrated into the lessons. Adult classes focus on street self-defense, fitness, and personal development. Benefits of the program will reach beyond the class by improving everyday focus and quality of life, while reducing daily stress. White uniform ($30 including tax) required and may be purchased in class. For information, call 817-845-1557 or visit RedTigerKarate.com. No class 7/4. Instructor: Margach. CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 611150-01 CRC 5 6/13-8/15 F 611150-02 CRC 6-12 6/13-8/15 F 611150-03 CRC 13+ 6/13-8/15 F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6-7pm 9 $60/$66 7-8pm 9 $60/$66 8-9pm 9 $60/$66

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KARATE Karate teaches self-defense, self-discipline, self-control, poise, and politeness. This class offers a chance to advance as you learn more skills. Earn colored belts by testing and paying an additional fee. The proper uniform, a white Gi, may be purchased from the instructor but is not mandatory. Instructor permission is necessary for advanced karate. Instructor: Nakaya CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 611130-01 CRC 6-12 6/5-7/10 Th 6:30-7:45pm 6 $46/$50.50 611130-02 CRC 6-12 7/17-8/21 Th 6:30-7:45pm 6 $46/$50.50

Advanced classes (requires permission from instructor) 611131-01 CRC 6+ 6/2-7/7 M 6-7:15pm 6 $46/$50.50 611131-02 CRC 6+ 7/14-8/18 M 6-7:15pm 6 $46/$50.50

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Oak Creek Tennis Center

2531 Oak Creek Drive • 972-466-6389 • oakcreektenniscenter.com Oak Creek Tennis Center (OCTC), conveniently located northwest of the Dallas North Tollway and President George Bush Turnpike, features 12 lighted hard courts with shaded spectator and court benches. Our Pro Shop includes racquets, stringing, accessories, and concessions. The City of Carrollton prides itself on having one of the premier fullservice municipal tennis facilities in North Texas. OCTC has several USPTA certified tennis professionals on staff. A full array of adult and junior programs, tournaments, and special events are held year-round. It is home to numerous men’s, women’s, mixed, and senior teams competing in USTA, TCD and Metro league play and is also home to local middle school and high school teams.

Hours of Operation Spring & Summer Hours Monday-Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8am-10pm Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8am-8pm Saturday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8am-6pm Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . noon-7pm The Tennis Center reserves the right to close due to inclement weather and/or lack of court demand. Players should call 972-466-6389 (option 1) for the status of programs.

Facility Use Prices Court Fees

Adult & Youth

Resident Non-resident

$2.50

$4

Court fees are per person and are limited to 1½ hours. Reservations are accepted up to 48 hours in advance.

Ball Machine Rental 1 Hour 30 Day Pass

Resident Non-resident

$12 $45

$15 $50

Ball machine rental includes court fees for one person. Reservations are accepted up to 48 hours in advance.

Satellite Court Fees 1 Hour/court

Resident Non-resident

$2

$3.50

The City of Carrollton offers 17 neighborhood outdoor tennis courts. Courts at unstaffed parks are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Tennis court usage is free at all neighborhood sites as a walk on. However, if you would like to ensure a reservation, all courts may be reserved in one hour increments at Oak Creek Tennis Center. The courts are available during park hours which are 5am-10:30pm daily. Lights are available at all facilities. Parks and Recreation tennis classes may be scheduled at court locations; signage regarding class schedules will be posted at the courts when applicable. Reservations are accepted up to 48 hours in advance.

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Pro Shop/Racquet Servicing OCTC carries PrinceTM, HeadTM, WilsonTM, and Babolat racquets, strings, grips, and accessories at competitive prices. USRSA certified Master Racquet Technicians on staff provide complete racquet servicing for all your stringing needs. Stringing is generally completed within three days. Stringing labor is $8. If you find a lower price in the Metroplex, let us know and we’ll match it! Same day stringing service is an additional $5. Racquet rentals are available for $5.

Private Lessons OCTC has several USPTA certified professionals on staff available for private lessons. Unable to find an adult or junior class that fits your schedule? Inquire about our private group rates. To schedule a private lesson, call 972-466-6389.

Adult Team Tennis Oak Creek Tennis Center is home to numerous men’s, women’s, mixed, and senior teams competing in USTA, TCD, and Metro league play. Call 972-466-6388 if you are interested in joining an existing team or starting a new one.

Adult Tennis Classes

The Oak Creek Tennis Center Adult Program is conducted by USPTA certified tennis professionals. If minimum enrollment is not met, classes may be combined or cancelled two days prior to the start date. • Classes missed by inclement weather or on your own account may only be made up based on availability. Please contact Oak Creek first, to check availability for any make-up classes. • All class make-ups must be completed during the current session. • Inclement weather cancellations that cannot be made up will be issued a credit at the conclusion of the session. • Medical refunds will be granted at a prorated amount for the portion of the class missed, if a doctor’s note is provided. The amount is prorated based on the date that OCTC is notified, regardless of when the injury occurred. (1 hour classes: Resident: $63; Non-resident: $70) (1½ hour classes: Resident: $90; Non-resident: $100) Drop-ins allowed based on availability and pro approval. (1 hour class: $15; 1½ hour class: $22)

Session 1: Session 2: Session 3:

May 26-June 28 June 30-August 2 * No class on July 4th August 4-September 6

(Classes meet once a week for 5 weeks)

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Monday 6-7pm Tuesday 6-7pm Wednesday 6-7pm Thursday 6-7pm Saturday 9-10am

ADVANCED BEGINNER: NTRP 2.5 - 3.0 Monday 6-7pm Tuesday 6-7pm Wednesday 6-7pm Thursday 6-7pm Saturday 9-10am

INTERMEDIATE: NTRP 3.0 - 4.0 Monday 7-8:30pm Tuesday 7-8:30pm Wednesday 7-8:30pm Thursday 7-8:30pm Saturday 10-11:30am Saturday 11:30am-1pm

ADVANCED DRILLS (NTRP 4.0+) (Prerequisite: Intermediate Class or Pro Approval)

A variety of high-octane drills conducted by USPTA certified tennis professionals are specifically geared for players who have dependable strokes with directional control. Fast-paced drills are excellent for league and tournament players wanting to hit many balls. • Sign up ONLINE at least one hour before the drill or stop by Oak Creek to register. • Pre-registration is strongly encouraged to assure your spot. • If the drill consists of only three players, the drill will be shortened to one hour. • If not enough registrants, cancellation will be one hour before the start of the drill. Drills meet every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday (except on holidays). Day Time Level $(RES/NR) 7-8:30pm 4.0 and above $16/$18 Monday Wednesday 7-8:30pm 4.0 and above $16/$18 Saturday 1-2:30pm 4.0 and above $16/$18

Adult Tennis Events

“1st FRIDAY” DOUBLES MIXER

No partner is necessary since we provide the pairings for you. Players are grouped according to NTRP level (2.5-5.0). Format consists of timed rounds of progressive partner doubles. Snacks, soft drinks, and prizes are provided. • Sign up ONLINE at least one hour before the mixer starts or stop by Oak Creek to register. • Pre-registration is strongly encouraged to assure your spot. • If not enough registrants, cancellation will be one day before the mixer starts. Join us on the first Friday of each month for these popular events (5/2, 6/6, 7/11, 8/1) * The 7/4 Mixer will be held on 7/11 due to the July 4th Holiday. DAY TIME LEVEL $(RES/NR) 1st Friday 6:30-9pm All $16/$18

Adult Tennis Leagues

SINGLES LEAGUES

Play the best of three sets, no-ad scoring, with a match tiebreak (first to 10 points by a margin of 2) in lieu of a third set. A maximum time limit of 1½ hours is enforced. Awards are presented to division winners. League champions are eligible to move up to the next level and last place finishers may be required to move down one level. The number of weeks may vary based on the number of entries.*

Session 1: Session 2:

June 2–July 24 August 4–September 25

* Leagues meet once a week for 8 weeks. DATES Mens 4.5 – Monday Mens 4.0 – Tuesday Womens 3.0 – Wednesday Mens 4.0 – Thursday

TIME $(RES/NR) 7-8:30pm $59/$65 7-8:30pm $59/$65 7-8:30pm $59/$65 7-8:30pm $59/$65

Junior Tennis Classes

The Oak Creek Tennis Center Junior Program is conducted by USPTA certified tennis professionals. If minimum enrollment is not met, classes may be combined or cancelled two days prior to the start date. • Classes missed by inclement weather or on your own account may only be made up based on availability. Please contact Oak Creek to check availability for any make-up classes. • All class make-ups must be completed during the current session. • Inclement weather cancellations that cannot be made up will be allowed to carry forward the make-up into the following session. • Medical refunds will be granted at a prorated amount for the portion of the class missed if a doctor’s note is provided. The amount is prorated based on the date that OCTC is notified, regardless of when the injury occurred.

Youth Tennis Camps

Players must wear athletic shoes (please bring nonmarking soled shoes). Players are encouraged to wear sunscreen, wear comfortable athletic clothes, and a hat. Ice water is provided. All-day campers should bring or make arrangements for lunch. Camp-approved tennis racquets and equipment available in the pro shop!

Location: Oak Creek Tennis Center, contact Coach Chris at oakcreekjrs@gmail.com Fees: $50 Resident/$55 Non-resident per session/four 60 min. classes per week $72 Resident/$80 Non-resident per session/four 90 min. classes per week $117 Resident/$130 Non-resident per session/four 180 min. classes per week $81 Resident/$90 Non-resident Play the Pro Weekly *Discounts available for multiple weeks. Contact the pro shop for details.

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Weekly Camp Sessions: Session 1: Session 2: Session 3: Session 4: Session 5: Session 6: Session 7: Session 8: Session 9: Session 10: Session 11:

June 9-12 June 16-19 June 23-26 June 30-July 3 July 7-10 July 14-17 July 21-24 July 28-31 August 4-7 August 11-14 August 18-21

Pee Wee Tennis Camp

Designed specifically for young children, students will enjoy learning the forehand, backhand, volleys, and serve. Coordination games, tennis terms, and refreshment breaks are just part of this popular camp. Age 4-6

Day M-Th

Time Camp Sessions 8:30-9:30am 1-12

Beginner Camp (Red & Orange Ball) These camps are a great way to increase tennis skills while having fun! Each camp will involve students with tennis-related drills, game play, and stroke-specific activities. Participants will be grouped by age, and then by ability. Age 7-10

Day M-Th

Time Camp Sessions 9:30-11am 1-12

Competition Camp (Pre-Junior Development, Advanced Red/Orange, Junior Development) Each class will be divided by level. Players will work on stroke technique and point play in game situations under the supervision of the tennis staff. Games such as singles and doubles attack drills along with full court rotation will be played. Participants will be grouped by ability and focus on improving tournament play. Players will be in ZAT, Champ, and Superchamp level. Players may attend half-days all week (1.5 hrs/day) or whole days all week (3 hrs/day). If you are not sure which camp to sign-up for, contact Coach Chris at oakcreekjrs@gmail.com. Age 11-18 11-18

Day Time Camp Sessions M-Th 11am-12:30pm 1-12 M-Th 9:30am-12:30pm 1-12

Play the Pro This is a lot of fun and is a hit with the kids! Players will compete against the pros! Play will be drop-hit and serve-return format. Players rotate courts against different pros and accumulate points to move up in rotations. This is a fun and competitive favorite designed to inspire better match play! Age Day Time Camp Sessions 10-18 M-Th 6-8pm 1-12

Youth Tennis Classes Monthly Night/Weekend (Beginner/Intermediate)

Location: Oak Creek Tennis Center, contact Coach Chris at oakcreekjrs@gmail.com Fees: $50 Resident/$55 Non-resident per session/one 60 min. class per week $72 Resident/$80 Non-resident per session/two 90 min. classes per week $130 Resident/$145 Non-resident per session/two 90 min. classes per week $175 Resident/$195 Non-resident per session/three 90 min. classes per week *Prices are for four weeks. For multiple day sign-ups, please be specific as to which days.

Summer Monthly 4-Week Session Dates: Session 1 Session 2 Session 3

June 9-July 5 July 7-August 2 August 4-30

Pee Wee Tennis This beginner class is designed to stimulate, challenge, and increase motor skills necessary to play tennis and other sports. USTA-approved low-compression red balls on 36’ court are used. Age Day Time Sessions 4-6 Sa 8:30-9:30am 1, 2, 3

RED BALL Using quick start teaching methodology, basic tennis skills will be introduced on a 36’ court using a red low-compression ball. This class should be repeated until skills are developed for advancement. Age Day Time Sessions 7-8 M 7-8:30pm 1, 2, 3 7-8 W 7-8:30pm 1, 2, 3 7-8 Sa 9:30-11am 1, 2, 3

ORANGE BALL This class designed to teach basic tennis skills. Students use ORANGE BALL on the 60’ blue-line court. This class should be repeated until skills are developed for advancement. Age Day Time Sessions 9-10 M 7-8:30pm 1, 2, 3 9-10 W 7-8:30pm 1, 2, 3 9-10 Sa 9:30-11am 1, 2, 3

PRE-JD Prep

This is a great way to learn to hit the ball, gain confidence, and begin learning skills to advance to higher-level play. This class should be repeated until skills are developed for advancement. After this class, players should contact Coach Chris to see which class they should be enrolled in. Age Day Time Sessions 11-16. M 7-8:30pm 1, 2, 3 11-16 Tu 7-8:30pm 1, 2, 3 11-16 Th 7-8:30pm 1, 2, 3 11-16 Sa 11am-12:30pm 1, 2, 3

There are more camps for youth in the Sport section on page 38.

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Carrollton Municipal Complex Amphitheater City Hall A. W. Perry Homestead Museum Branch Hollow Park Carrollton Public Library at Josey Ranch Lake Carrollton Public Library at Hebron & Josey Carrollton Senior Center Cedar Elm Park City Square & Gazebo Clifford E. Hall Park Crosby Recreation Center Del Santer Tract Dimension Tract Elm Fork Nature Preserve Francis Perry Park Gravley Park Greenbelt Park Area 3 Greenbelt Park Area 2 Greenbelt Park Area 4A Greenbelt Park Area 4B Greenbelt Park Area 5 Greenbelt Park Area 6 Greenbelt Park Area 7 Greenbelt Park Area 8 Harold K. Bessire Park Harvest Run Park Holman D. Rhoton Park Indian Creek Golf Club Jimmy Porter Park Josey Ranch Lake Park Josey Ranch Sports Complex Keller Springs Park Ken Good Park Indian Creek Ranch Park Martha Pointer Park Mary Heads Carter Park NEW IMPROVEMENTS! McInnish Park & Sports Complex Mill Valley Park Nob Hill Oak Creek Park Oak Creek Tennis Center Oak Hills Park Oakwood Springs Park Pioneer Park R. E. Good Soccer Complex Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex Rosemeade Recreation Center & Park San Chester Tract Standridge Memorial Park Ward Steenson Park Timbercreek Park W. J. Thomas Sports Fields W. J. Thomas Park Woodlake Tennis Courts/Greenbelt Park 2035 E. Jackson Road 75006 1945 E. Jackson Road 75006 1509 N. Perry Road 75006 2050 E. Branch Hollow Drive 75007 1700 Keller Springs Road (west of Josey Lane) 75006 4220 N. Josey Lane (at Hebron Parkway) 75010 1720 Keller Springs Road (west of Josey Lane) 75006 3845 Menard Drive 75010 1103 W. 3 rd (Main & Broadway) 75006 N. W. Corner Jackson Road & McCoy Road 75006 1610 E. Crosby Road 75006 Eisenhower Drive 75007 1199 Elm Park Drive 75006 2335 Sandy Lake Road 75006 1400 Francis @ Ross 75006 1508 N. Perry Road 75006 Treeline & Josey Lane 75007 Josey Lane & Southern Oaks 75007 3000 Furneaux @ Frankford Road 75007 Somerville/Marble Falls; Somerville/Grapevine @ Kelly 75007 Josey Lane & Peters Colony 75007 Josey Lane (west from Area 5 lake) 75007 Peters Colony (east of Josey) 75007 Toulan & Furneaux Lane (Carillon Hills) 75007 1117 Dentonshire Drive 75006 4334 Spurwood Drive 75006 2250 Ridgedale Drive (east of Nix & south of Belt Line) 75006 1650 W. Frankford Road at I-35 75007 1871 Sherwood Lane @ Josey Lane 75006 Keller Springs Road/Josey Lane 75006 1440 Keller Springs Road 75006 2146 Kelly Boulevard & Keller Springs Road 75006 Broadway & Jackson Road 75006 1645 Coyote Ridge 75007 2742 Scott Mill Road & Placid 75007 2320 Heads Lane (off Kelly Blvd. north of Keller Springs) 75006 2340 & 2335 Sandy Lake Road 75006 2100 Carmel Drive & Keller Springs Road 75006 Crooked Creek Drive @ McCoy Road 75006 2537 Oak Creek Drive 75007 2531 Oak Creek Drive 75007 1210 E. Hebron Parkway 75007 1817 Hamilton Road 75010 Carroll Avenue & Main Street 75006 2355 Sandy Lake Road @ McInnish Park 75006 1334 E. Rosemeade Parkway 75007 1330 E. Rosemeade Parkway (east of Old Denton Road) 75007 West of Eisenhower & north of Peters Colony 75007 1715 Rosemeade Park Circle @ Dogwood 75007 2050 E. Jackson Road @ Scott Mill Road 75006 1717 W. Rosemeade Parkway 75007 1950 N. Perry Road 75006 1955 N. Perry Road 75006 Scott Mill Road (east of Thomas Elementary School) 75006

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Visit Carrollton Leisure Facilities

You’re never far from a Carrollton park or leisure facility!

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Celebrate Park & Recreation Month this July. The 2014 theme is Out Is In; go OUTside, change your OUTlook, and get INvolved.

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Go fishing at a Carrollton pond.

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Take the family to the W. J. Thomas Splash Park.

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Canoe the Elm Fork of the Trinity River.

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Play horseshoes at McInnish Park or the Senior Center.

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Take a hike around the Elm Fork Nature Preserve.

Walk, bike, or jog on one of Carrollton’s trails.

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Play golf at Indian Creek Golf Club.

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Reserve a tennis court at the Oak Creek Tennis Center.

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Find a City time capsule.

Check out the new Mary Heads Carter Park playground.

Take a tour of a historical site.

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Take your dog for a walk.

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Take a tour of the blackland prairie.

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Play basketball.

Take a bag and pick up trash while you walk on a trail.

Enjoy swimming at the Rosemeade Rainforest.

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Free day pass at Crosby Recreation Center.

Neighborhood Pack the Park Event (see page 22)

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Explore natural habitats at Elm Fork Nature Preserve.

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Free day pass at Rosemeade Recreation Center.

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Swim-in Cinema (see page 22)

Tour the A.W. Perry Homestead Museum “Guest Exhibit.”

Don’t forget to tag #CarrolltonTX on Instagram.

Find a volunteer project to do in your neighborhood.

City Council Election On May 10, 2014, voters will elect a Mayor and At-Large Councilmembers for Places 2, 4, and 6. Early Voting Dates and Times: April 28-May 3 (Monday-Saturday) May 4 (Sunday) May 5-6 (Monday-Tuesday)

Handicap Accessibility • Climbing Rocks • Swings, Slides, and Swirlers • Interactive Panels • Three-Level Tower

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July 4 Community Fireworks Display (see page 21)

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Take photos at the Historic Downtown Carrollton Gazebo.

Look What’s New at Mary Heads Carter Park

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Play soccer with friends.

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Play disc golf on one of the two courses along the greenbelt.

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Go fly a kite.

THURSDAY 03

Play beach volleyball at Oak Hills Park or the greenbelt park.

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Play tennis at a neighborhood park.

Play on one of the City’s 25 playgrounds.

WEDNESDAY 02

May 2014 City General Election

8am-5pm 1-6pm 7am-7pm

Dallas County: Josey Ranch Library, 1700 Keller Springs Road Denton County: Hebron & Josey Library, 4220 N. Josey Lane

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3 3rd Annual Carrollton Trails 5K Run/1-Mile Fun Run/Walk, 972-466-3080 5 Cinco De Mayo with Ballet Folklorico, Hebron and Josey Library, 972-466-4800 11 Mother’s Day Concert, A.W. Perry Museum, 972-466-6380

21 Public Works Open House and Equipment Rodeo, Josey Ranch Lake Library, 972-466-4291 23-24 Library Book Sale, Josey Ranch Lake Library, 972-466-4800

24 Youth Fishing Event, Josey Ranch Park, 972-466-9833

June 7 Summer Reading Club Kickoff: Lego Rocket Science, Hebron and Josey Library, 972-466-4800

7 Movie on the Lawn, A.W. Perry Museum, 972-466-6380

8 Daily Swimming Begins at Rosemeade Rainforest, 972-466-6399

18 The Incredible Water Journey, Josey Ranch Lake Library, 972-466-4800

July 4 Pool will be open, Recreation Centers and Libraries will be closed, Fireworks Over Josey Ranch Lake at 9:30pm

8 Teens Take Over Tuesday, Josey Ranch Lake Library, 972-466-4800

12 Neighborhood Pack the Park Event, Your Local Park, 972-466-3080

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11 Family Fun Night, Josey Ranch Lake Library, 972-466-4800

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19 Final Cool Tuesday Movie, Josey Ranch Lake Library, 972-466-4800

21 Monthly Themed Luncheon: “Viva Las Vegas”, Carrollton Senior Center, 972-466-4850 22 Summer Reading Club Finalé: Dazzling Dave’s Science Spectacular, Josey Ranch Lake Library, 972-466-4800

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Summer 2014 Leisure Connections