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LEISURE CONNECTIONS

SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER 2013

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FESTIVAL SWITCHYARD AT THE

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Excitement is building for the 4th Annual Carrollton Festival at the Switchyard! This FREE outdoor event provides visitors an opportunity to enjoy family-friendly concerts, shop festival booths, take a break in the beer garden or try a bite from our food vendors while the kids enjoy our craft area, sports midway, bungee trampolines and more! The Festival will be held on the streets of Historic Downtown Carrollton, located east of I-35E and south of Belt Line Road. Parking is limited, so your best bet is to take the DART Green Line to the Downtown Carrollton Station (regular charges apply). For entertainment updates and Festival information, or if you are interested in becoming a vendor, volunteer or sponsor, visit carrolltonfestival.com or facebook.com/ CarrolltonFestival.


2 Festival at the Switchyard 4 Arts & Crafts 5 Athletics 7 Community Events 13 Fitness & Wellness 17 Golf 18 Gymnastics 20 Library 23 Museum 25 Performing Arts 28 Preschool 30 Senior Center 31 Sports 33 Tennis 38 Varied Interests 39 Membership Fees 40 Leisure Amenities Table 41 Leisure Map 42 Refund Policy 43 Veteran’s Day/Teen Council 44 Save the Date – Calendar Highlights

On the cover… Carrollton’s 4th Annual FREE Festival at the Switchyard on Saturday, Novermber 2 will feature something for everyone: big-name entertainment concerts, great food, a beer garden, arts and crafts, children’s programs, interactive games and activities for smaller children. This Festival honors the critical role the railroad played in putting Carrollton on the map – and the continuing importance of rail in Carrollton’s present and future. The outdoor, multi-stage Festival will be held on the streets of Downtown Carrollton, situated off I-35E between the George Bush Turnpike and LBJ Freeway at Belt Line Road. Entertainment and Festival information is available at: carrolltonfestival.com or Facebook.com/CarrolltonFestival.

City Leisure Services Directory Aquatics Swim Class/Pool Hotline CLOSED FOR SEASON.972-466-9894 Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex CLOSED FOR SEASON 1334 E. Rosemeade Parkway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-466-6399 Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD Natatorium 1334 Valwood Parkway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-968-5667 Athletics Office 1330 E. Rosemeade Parkway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-466-9833 Monday-Friday 8am-5pm A.W. Perry Homestead Museum 1509 N. Perry Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-466-6380 Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday – Tours available at 11am & 1pm (and by appointment) Carrollton Public Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-466-4800 at Hebron & Josey: 4220 N. Josey Lane Monday 10am-9pm; Tuesday and Thursday noon-9pm; Wednesday and Saturday 10am-6pm; Friday Closed; Sunday 2-6pm at Josey Ranch Lake: 1700 Keller Springs Road Monday 10am-9pm; Tuesday, Friday and Saturday 10am-6pm; Wednesday noon-9pm; Thursday Closed; Sunday 2-6pm Carrollton Senior Center 1720 Keller Springs Road. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-466-4850 Monday, Wednesday and Friday 8am-5pm; Tuesday 8am-7:30pm, Thursday 8am-9:30pm; Saturday 9am-1pm; Sunday Closed

Crosby Recreation Center 1610 E. Crosby Road.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-466-9810 Monday-Friday 6am-9pm; Saturday 9am-6pm; Sunday Closed Indian Creek Golf Club 1650 W. Frankford Road. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-466-9850 Monday-Sunday from dawn to dusk indiancreekgolfclub.com Oak Creek Tennis Center 2531 Oak Creek Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-466-6389 Monday-Thursday 8:30am-10pm; Friday 8:30am-8pm; Saturday, 8:30am-6pm; Sunday noon-7pm Winter hours (11/21-2/13) Monday-Thursday 9am-9pm; Friday 9am-7pm; .Saturday, 9am-6pm; Sunday noon-6pm

INDEX & DIRECTORY

On the Inside

Parks and Recreation Administration 1610 E. Crosby Road.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-466-3080 Monday-Thursday 7:30am-5:30pm; Friday 7:30-11:30am Parks and Recreation 24-Hour Events Hotline . . . . . . . 972-466-9135 Rosemeade Recreation Center 1330 E. Rosemeade Parkway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-466-9800 Monday-Thursday 5:30am-10pm; Friday 5:30am-9pm; Saturday 9am-6pm; .Sunday noon-6pm CITY INFORMATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-466-3000

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ARTS & CRAFTS

Art/Drawing

ART SCHOOL 101 WORKSHOP

Calling all creative art fans: bring out your artistic side by getting your hands on a different medium once a month. 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. Discover your inner artist. A non-refundable $12 supply fee is due to the instructor the first day of class. Instructor: Wright CLASS # Medium LOC 111200-01 Acrylic Painting CRC 211200-01 Charcoal Drawing CRC RC 211200-02 Color Pencil Draw C 211200-03 Mixed Media CRC

AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 12+ 9/17 Tu 6:30-8pm 1 $25/$27.50 12+ 10/15 Tu 6:30-8pm 1 $25/$27.50 12+ 11/12 Tu 6:30-8pm 1 $25/$27.50 12+ 12/10 Tu 6:30-8pm 1 $25/$27.50

Young Rembrandts DRAWING/CARTOONING

Elementary learners are at the crucial time of development when they decide whether they’re good at something or not. This program provides the tools this age group needs to succeed at drawing. The program works because it’s not only hands-on and visual...it’s simply fun. Add to this our innovative guided instruction, topics that kids love and relate to, and instructors who know how to reach this group; we take kids from thinking they’re not ‘artists’ to knowing they can achieve this, and everything else, they put their minds to. New lessons every week. All materials provided. No class on 11/27.

Instructor: Young Rembrandts CLASS # LOC 101255-01 RRC 101255-02 RRC 101255-03 RRC

AGE DATES DAY 6-13 9/4-10/2 W 6-13 10/9-11/6 W 6-13 11/13-12/18 W

TIME #CLSS 6-7pm 5 6-7pm 5 6-7pm 5

$(RES/NR) $65/$71.50 $65/$71.50 $65/$71.50

PRESCHOOL DRAWING

This preschool program is specifically designed with the needs of our youngest learners in mind. We use subjects they’re familiar with such as animals and toys, and favorite learning tools - pictures, stories, touching, and doing - to enhance social and conflict resolution skills while improving listening, fine-motor skills, and time-on-task. Give your preschooler the information they’re hungry for and be amazed by what they’ll create! New lessons every week. All materials provided! No class on 11/27. Instructor: Young Rembrandts CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 101250-01 RRC 4-6 9/4-10/2 W 101250-02 RRC 4-6 10/9-11/6 W 101250-03 RRC 4-6 11/13-12/18 W

Looking for that perfect location for a party to celebrate a special occasion? Look no further than the City of Carrollton.

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 5-5:45pm 5 $65/$71.50 5-5:45pm 5 $65/$71.50 5-5:45pm 5 $65/$71.50

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

Carrollton Senior Center 972-466-4850 • 1720 Keller Springs Road

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Ask about our rental rates and book your next event close to home.

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 6 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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Youth Sports

YOUTH BASKETBALL LEAGUE – MINI LEAGUE

ADULT BASKETBALL LEAGUE

League consists of seven regular season games plus playoffs for the top four teams in each division. Registration for the fall league will be held August 5-August 30; registration for the winter league will be held October 21-November 15. STARTS DIVISION 9/15 Men’s Rec. 9/17 Men’s Rec. Men’s Rec. 12/1 12/3 Men’s Rec.

LOC RRC CRC CRC RRC

AGE DAY 18+ Su 18+ Tu 18+ Tu 18+ Su

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

#WKS 8 8 8 8

$ $370 $370 $370 $370

ADULT FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE Football season is here! Come join the fall 8x8 Flag Football League. Registration will be held July 8-August 2. Competitive and Recreational divisions play on Thursday evenings. Teams will be responsible for providing their own flags and game balls. STARTS DIVISION LOC AGE 8/15 Men’s McInnish 18+ Co-ed McInnish 18+ 8/15

DAY TIME #WKS Th 6:45-10:30pm 8 Th 6:45-10:30pm 8

$ $370 $370

Adult Kickball league Season is eight games plus playoffs. Team registration is July 8-August 2. STARTS DIVISION LOC AGE DAY TIME #WKS 8/15 Co-ed McInnish 18+ Th 6:45-10:30pm 8

$ $200

ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUE Registration Dates:

Fall 1 Double Headers: Fall 1 Single Games: Fall 2 Double Headers:

Registration Fee:

Fall 1 Double Headers: Fall 1 Single Games: Fall 2 Double Headers:

Season Begins:

Fall 1 Double Headers: Fall 1 Single Games: Fall 2 Double Headers:

ATHLETICS

Adult Leagues / Tournaments

This league is for boys and girls ages 5-6 (as of September 1, 2013). Detailed information is available on the Athletics’ website. Registration will be September 3-October 4. Teams will begin practicing the week of October 28. The season runs from November 9-January 25. The mini league participation fee includes a jersey, practices, eight league games and participant trophies. STARTS DIVISION LOC AGE DAY 10/28 Mini Community Gyms 5-6 Sa

TIME TBD

$(RES/NR) $80/$100

YOUTH BASKETBALL LEAGUE – RECREATION LEAGUE

This league is for boys and girls ages 7-14 (as of September 1, 2013). Detailed information is available on the Athletics’ website. Registration will be September 3-October 4. Teams will begin practicing the week of October 28. The season runs from November 9 - February 1. The league participation fee includes a jersey, practices, eight league games and playoffs. STARTS DIVISION LOC AGE DAY 10/28 Rec. Community Gyms 7-14 Sa

TIME $(RES/NR) TBD $80/$100

YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE

This is a recreational 8x8 NFL Flag Football League for youth ages 7-14 years (as of September 1, 2013). Girls are welcome to participate. Registration will be held through August 2. Teams will begin practicing the last week of August. Please contact the Athletics’ Office if you are interested in coaching or would like more information. STARTS DIVISION 9/7 Rec.

LOC McInnish

AGE DAY TIME $(RES/NR) 7-14 Sa 9am-2pm $80/$100

July 8-August 9 July 8-August 23 September 16-October 4 $385 per team $385 per team $325 per team August 19 September 8 October 14

All games are played at McInnish Softball Complex, Sunday through Friday. Softballs must be purchased from the City.

League Divisions Include:

Men’s D & E, Co-ed and Church

Individual Players: We have a Free Agent List to place individuals on teams. The Free Agent List can be accessed on the Athletics’ website or by calling the Athletics’ Office.

ADULT SOFTBALL TOURNAMENTS The City of Carrollton Parks and Recreation Department invites you and your softball team to participate in City sponsored softball tournaments. The City will host a variety of tournaments at the award-winning McInnish Softball Complex. All tournaments are USSSA sanctioned.

Tournament Dates:

August 9: All Nighter (Men’s E, Co-ed D & E) November 16: Annual Toy & Can Food Drive for Men’s D, E, & Co-ed benefiting Metrocrest Social Services

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

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ATHLETICS

Water Aerobics

DEEP-WATER

SHALLOW WATER

Deep-water aqua aerobics is designed for those who desire a greater aqua workout. The class is taught in deep water with emphasis on endurance, but swim skills are not necessary. Students must be comfortable in deep water and wear float belts, which can be purchased from the instructor for $12. No class 11/27. Make-up classes will not be available for any weather-related conditions. Instructor: Sullivan CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE DAY 281840-12 9/11 CFB Nat. 15+ W 281840-13 9/12 CFB Nat. 15+ Th 281840-22 10/30 CFB Nat. 15+ W

TIME #CLS $(RES/NR) 6-6:50pm 7 $28/$31 6-6:50pm 7 $28/$31 6-6:50pm 7 $28/$31

You won’t get your face wet as the water gives you a fantastic workout. Low impact aerobics increase cardiovascular endurance and burns fat without stress on bones or joints. This class is a beneficial workout for the beginner or more advanced person. No class 10/7 or 11/25. Make-up classes will not be available for any weather-related conditions. Instructor: Sullivan CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE DAY 281841-11 9/9 CFB Nat. 15+ M 281841-21 10/28 CFB Nat. 15+ M

TIME #CLS $(RES/NR) 6-6:50pm 6 $24/$27 6-6:50pm 7 $28/$31

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONS ASSOCIATIONS

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CONTACT

Baseball – Adults Hotline Carrollton Little League Hotline CFB Baseball Association Hotline Basketball - Adult & Youth Athletics Staff R/C Boats - Dallas Buoy Bandits David Sandoz Cricket - Carrollton Cricket Rehan Shah Cycling - Carrollton Cycling Club Bob Wallingford Disc Golf - Fly Right Disc Golf Brian James Football - Adult & Youth Flag Athletics- Staff Youth Tackle & Flag Hotline Cheerleader/Drill Teams Hotline Golf - Pro Shop & T-Times Indian Creek Gymnastics - Carrollton Team Tony Northrup Horseshoes - Clinkers Club Coyce Allen Racquetball League Grant Carver Running/Jogging - Carrollton Running Club Andy Mclaughlin Senior Adult Athletics Lori Luckey Soccer - Youth C-FB Association Adult Men’s NTPS Association Adult Women’s NTWS Association Adult Co-ed NTCS Association Softball Adult Slow Pitch Athletics Staff Girls Fast Pitch Hotline Special Olympics Julia Scott Swimming - Summer Swim Team Carrollton Aqua Racers Tennis - Oak Creek Tennis Center Tennis Pros Adult/Carrollton Tennis Assn. Ray Alleman Track & Field - Summer Team Athletics Staff Umpires, Referees & Officials TJ Sports Volkssporting Bruce Fitch Volleyball – Youth Athletics Staff

PHONE

817-792-3532 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 972-466-9812 972-245-3341 972-466-4853 972-245-9307 972-238-9668 972-407-4573 972-738-9696 972-466-9833 972-418-9269 972-245-4436 214-794-3206 972-466-6389 972-394-7799 972-466-9833 214-686-7014 972-235-9086 972-466-9833

ONLINE

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Saturday, September 7 • 1-4pm Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex 1334 E. Rosemeade Parkway Say goodbye to summer at the popular Pooch Pool Party! Bring your dog out for friendly competitions and swimming. Your pooch won’t want to miss dog races, a dress-up competition, a dog/ owner look-alike contest and a chance to splash around with fourlegged friends. Dog admission is $3; the event is free for humans. For more information, call Carrollton Athletics at 972-466-9833.

Neighborhoods Networking Forum Free

Thursday, September 12 • 6:30-8:30pm Josey Ranch Lake Library 1700 Keller Springs Road Based upon overwhelming positive feedback from residents, the City of Carrollton, along with the Neighborhood Advisory Commission (NAC), is pleased to host NEIGHBORHOODS NETWORKING 2013. The goal of this event is to encourage citizens from nearby neighborhoods to interact with each other in order to create a stronger community.  Neighborhood leaders will share success stories followed by City staff presentations and a Q&A session.  A neighbor mixer at the end will encourage communication among neighborhoods.

Topics:

Crime Prevention/Crime Watch Neighborhood Revitalization Projects Share what is working in your neighborhood and enjoy a lively exchange.  For more information, visit cityofcarrollton. com/comdevelopment or call 972-466-4299.

Community Garage Sale Saturday, September 14 • 9am-noon Crosby Recreation Center 1610 E. Crosby Road Buyers, shop from 9am until noon. Browse through the booths to find hidden treasures. Carrollton residents can rent 10’X10’ spaces for $20 to sell garage sale items. The cost for non-residents to rent a booth space is $22. One table and two chairs will be provided for each booth. Applications can be picked up and turned in by September 12 at Rosemeade Recreation Center or Crosby Recreation Center. This must be done in person so that you can select your booth space. Set up for the garage sale is 7-9am. Set-up and clean-up is the responsibility of the booth renter. All trash must be carried to the dumpster. Left-over items can be donated to the Goodwill truck from noon to 2pm. Clean up must be completed by 2pm. The City of Carrollton reserves the right to screen and reject all items being sold to the public. ci t yofcarroll ton.com • Facili t y hours , fees and programm ing s ubject to change.

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Pooch Pool Party

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COMMUNITY EVENTS

Friends of the Carrollton Public Library Book Sale Thursday, October 10 • noon-7pm Saturday, October 12 • 10am-6pm Hebron & Josey Library 4220 N. Josey Lane Stop by the Hebron & Josey 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. For more information, visit friendscarrolltonlibrary.org.

Monster Mash Saturday, October 12 • 6:30-9:30pm Creekview High School, 3201 Old Denton Road Moms – enjoy a HOWLING good time with your sons; a spooktacular time for all! Enjoy the kid-friendly haunted house, meet real SWAT team members and firefighters. Have fun with the bounce house, dancing, games, snacks, door prizes, raffles and a haunted house.

Come as you aren’t and wear your favorite kid-friendly costume. Take a photo with your little ghoul(s); photos available for purchase. Join us if you dare - $10 per person in advance/$15 at the door. For more information, call 972-466-4747 or visit carrolltoncpoa.com/charities.asp. No dads or daughters please, this is a special time for moms and their sons. Hey boys, don’t forget your Mummys! G’hosted by the Carrollton

Police Officers Association.

10 Annual Santa Fe Days on the Square th

Free

Saturday, October 12 • 9am-6pm Sunday, October 13 • 10am-4pm Historic Downtown Carrollton, 1102 W. Main Street

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This American Indian Arts and Cultural event features unique, handmade American Indian jewelry, pottery, paintings and other traditional crafts from over 70 American Indian artists and craftsman.  Children and families will delight in our interactive cultural path on Elm Street featuring games, an Indigenous grocery store, beading demonstrations, Cherokee basketry, seed education, traditional dancing, storytelling and more.  This unique event cannot be found anywhere else in Texas, so mark your calendars for a delight in sight, sounds and new friendships. Sponsored by the Old Downtown Carrollton Association. For more information, visit santafedays.com. ci t yofcarroll ton.com • Facili t y hours , fees and programm ing s ubject to change.


Saturday, October 26 • 10am-3pm Historic Downtown Carrollton, 1102 W. Main Street Join in the fun and have a day of family activities. Dress up in your Halloween costume and trick or treat in the Downtown Carrollton shops. Hosted by the Old Downtown Carrollton Association. For more information, visit historicdowntowncarrollton.com

Movie on the Lawn – Movie & Magic Show Free

Saturday, October 26 • 6-9pm A.W. Perry Homestead Museum 1509 N. Perry Road Frankenweenie is this year’s movie for our annual magical night at the Perry Museum. Fun fall activities featuring Victorian Halloween traditions begin at 6pm, the live magic show begins at 6:30pm and the movie begins at dusk. Frankenweenie is a heart-warming story about a boy who loses his dog Sparky and uses the power of science to bring him back to life - with just a few minor adjustments. Bring lawn chairs or a blanket for seating. Concessions will be available. Costumes are encouraged.

Model Train Display

Saturday, October 26 & Sunday, October 27 • noon-5pm Crosby Recreation Center, 1610 E. Crosby Road

Free

Bring the whole family! View over 300 feet of HO scale model train layouts featured at the Spring Creek Model of steam, diesel, freight and passenger model train display. Trains from the 1880s to present day will be displayed. For event information or to find out how to join the club, visit SpringCreekRailroad.com or call 972-466-9810.

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Trick or Treat on the Square Free

Books for Treats Thursday, October 31 • noon-9pm Hebron & Josey Library, 4220 N. Josey Lane

Free

Children age 0 to 12, wear your Halloween costume to the Hebron & Josey Library and pick out a free book while supplies last.

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COMMUNITY EVENTS

Festival at the Switchyard Free Saturday, November 2 • 11am-10pm Historic Downtown Carrollton, 1100 W. Main Street Carrollton’s annual Festival at the Switchyard will feature big-name entertainment concerts, great food, a beer garden, arts and crafts, children’s programs, interactive games and activities for smaller children. This Festival honors the critical role the railroad played in putting Carrollton on the map – and the continuing importance of rail in Carrollton’s present and future. The outdoor, multi-stage Festival will be held on the streets of Downtown Carrollton, situated off I-35E between the George Bush Turnpike and LBJ Freeway at Belt Line Road. Entertainment and Festival information is available at: carrolltonfestival.com or Facebook.com/CarrolltonFestival.

Photos with Santa Saturday, November 23 • 10am-noon Register by November 20 • $15 A.W. Perry Homestead Museum, 1509 N. Perry Road Santa Claus is coming to the Perry Home and he wants to meet you! Have your photo taken with Santa by a professional photographer. There will also be handson activities and crafts for the whole family. Fee is per family, up to 4 people and includes one printed photo. Pre-registration is required. Register by November 20. See Museum page 23 for registration information.

Thanksgiving Art

Free

Tuesday, November 26 2-4pm Hebron & Josey Library 4220 N. Josey Lane

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All ages are welcome to drop in and get ready for Thanksgiving Day with festive make-and-take crafts you’re sure to fall for!

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Friday, December 6 • 6-8:30pm A.W. Perry Homestead Museum, 1509 N. Perry Road Victorian Carolers stroll the grounds spreading holiday cheer. Guides provide informal tours of the home decorated for the season. Children can make an old-fashioned Christmas tree ornament in the craft tent, and homemade style cookies and hot chocolate will be served. The small farm animal petting zoo is also returning to this year’s event. Bring your whole family to this popular celebration.

Christmas on the Square

Free

Saturday, December 7 • 10am-5pm Historic Downtown Carrollton 1102 W. Main Street Come down to Historic Downtown Carrollton and get into the spirit of the season. Stroll the shops looking for the perfect gift or stocking stuffer. Sponsored by the Old Downtown Carrollton Association. For more information, visit historicdowntowncarrollton.com.

Rosemeade Recreation Center Member Appreciation Day

Free

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Old-Fashioned Christmas

Saturday, December 7 • 9am- 6pm 1330 E. Rosemeade Parkway Rosemeade Recreation Center would like to thank its valued members by hosting an event JUST FOR YOU, members! Stop by Rosemeade on this day during business hours and enjoy complimentary snacks and visit vendor booths and enter for free prizes that will be given away all day in our drawings!

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COMMUNITY EVENTS

Gingerbread House Contest and Auction Gingerbread House Decorating Contest Thursday, December 12 • 4-6pm Register by December 9 Josey Ranch Lake Library, 1700 Keller Springs Road $15 Entry Fee; Class # 242020-01 Design and create a gingerbread house to enter in the A.W. Perry Homestead Museum’s Gingerbread Contest. $15 entry fee. Complete contest rules and entry forms are available at either Carrollton recreation center or online at cityofcarrollton.com/ museum. Register by December 9. Space is limited and only pre-registered entries will be accepted. Completed gingerbread houses must be dropped off at the Josey Ranch Lake Library on Thursday, December 12 from 4-6pm. They will be on display to the public December 13-15 during Library hours. First place prizes will be awarded in the following categories: Business/Professional $100, Adult $75, Teen $50 and Youth $25. Individuals, businesses, schools, church groups, scouts and homeowners associations are encouraged to enter! Call 972466-6380 or visit cityofcarrollton.com/museum for additional information and forms. All professional and adult category entries will be auctioned off by way of silent auction to the highest bidder. Auction proceeds benefit the A.W. Perry Homestead Museum Society, a non-profit organization.

Gingerbread House Display and Auction Josey Ranch Lake Library, 1700 Keller Springs Road Public display hours: Friday, December 13 • 10am-6pm Saturday, December 14 • 10am-6pm Sunday, December 15 • 2-4pm Entries from the A.W. Perry Homestead Museum’s 2nd Annual Gingerbread House Contest will be on display at the Josey Ranch Lake Library December 13-15 during Library hours. Plan a trip with friends and family to see these sweet creations. Want to take one home for your own holiday display? The silent auction for professional and adult category entries begins December 13 and ends at 3pm on December 15. Proceeds from the auction benefit the A. W. Perry Homestead Museum Society, a non-profit organization that supports the Perry Museum’s activities and preservation. For more information, visit theperrysociety.org or cityofcarrollton.com/museum. All gingerbread houses must be picked up by 4pm on Sunday, December 15. Gingerbread house display is free and open to the public.

Twelve Days of... Winter Break!

Free

Wednesday, December 23-Sunday, January 6 Either Carrollton Public Library Location

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Stop by either Library and pick up a schedule of events that highlight the holidays. Different activities every day! For more information, call the Library at 972-466-4800 or visit cityofcarrollton.com/library.

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BELLY DANCING

Belly dancing for art and exercise will keep you slim and trim. It is aerobic and tones muscles you never knew you had. You will 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. So, do something new and exciting; shimmy into shape while you increase your cultural awareness! Learn basic belly dance movements and isolations, dance routines, how to dance with a veil and more. $9 drop in fee. Instructor: Stewart CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 111950-01 CRC 15+ 9/4-9/25 W 211950-01 CRC 15+ 10/2-10/30 W 211950-02 CRC 15+ 11/6-11/20 W 211950-03 CRC 15+ 12/4-12/18 W

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 7-8pm 4 $32/$35.50 7-8pm 5 $40/$44 7-8pm 3 $24/$26.50 7-8pm 3 $24/$26.50

CORE ENERGY Dedication + Determination = Results. Feel your best all day long with this high energy workout. No one said losing weight and getting in shape was easy, but with the help of Cooper Elite 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 to keep the body guessing so you’ll continually see results. Arrive early. $9 drop in fee. Level: Beginner/Advanced. No class 9/2, 11/25, 11/27, 11/29, 12/23, 12/25 or 12/27. Instructor: LiveWire Fitness Staff CLASS # LOC 101910-01 RRC 201910-01 RRC 201910-02 RRC 201910-03 RRC 301910-01 RRC

AGE DATES DAY 18+ 8/12-9/6 M/W/F 18+ 9/9-10/4 M/W/F 18+ 10/7-11/1 M/W/F 18+ 11/4-12/6 M/W/F 18+ 12/9-1/3 M/W/F

TIME #CLSS 6:10-7am 11 6:10-7am 12 6:10-7am 12 6:10-7am 12 6:10-7am 8

$(RES/NR) $86/$94.50 $94/$103.50 $94/$103.50 $94/$103.50 $63/$69.25

FAT BURNING FITNESS

(FORMERLY TONS OF FUN)

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. Pre-register to attend the first class FREE on Tuesday, 9/17. This class offers an $8 drop in fee. No class 11/28. Instructor: Marshall CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 201920-01 RRC 13+ 9/17 Tu 201920-02 RRC 13+ 9/19-10/24 Tu/Th 201920-03 RRC 13+ 11/12-12/19 Tu/Th

JAZZERCISE Burn up to 600 calories in one fun and powerfully effective total-body 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 via Electronic Funds Transfer (non-residents add $4), $30 joining fee; 6 month option-$42 per month via Electronic Funds Transfer (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 9/2, 11/27, 11/28, 12/24 or 12/25.

CARROLLTON SENIOR CENTER FORMAT Jazzercise Jazzercise Jazzercise Jazzercise Jazzercise Lite 50+ Low Impact Low Impact

LOC AGE DAY TIME SRC 15+ Sa 8:55-9:55am SRC 15+ Su 4:30-5:30pm SRC 15+ M/W 4:30-5:30pm SRC 15+ M/Tu/W 5:30-6:30pm SRC 15+ M/W 6:30-7:30pm SRC 50+ Tu/Th 11:30am-12:25pm SRC 15+ Tu/Th 6:30-7:30pm SRC 15+ Th 5:30-6:30pm

ROSEMEADE RECREATION CENTER FORMAT Jazzercise Jazzercise Jazzercise Jazzercise Jazzercise Jazzercise Express Jazzercise

LOC AGE DAY TIME RRC 15+ Tu/Th 6-7am RRC 15+ Sa 8-9am RRC 15+ M-F 8:10-9:10am RRC 15+ M/W/F/Sa 9:15-10:15am RRC 15+ Su 2-3pm RRC 15+ M-F 5-6pm RRC 15+ F 6:10-6:40pm RRC 15+ M-Th 6:10-7:10pm

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 7-8pm 1 FREE 7-8pm 11 $78/$85.75 7-8pm 11 $78/$85.75

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). If bikes are available, this class offers an $8 drop in fee. Instructor: McGehee CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 101925-01 RRC 16+ 9/3-9/24 Tu 201925-01 RRC 16+ 10/1-10/29 Tu 201925-02 RRC 16+ 11/5-11/26 Tu 201925-03 RRC 16+ 12/3-12/17 Tu

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6-7pm 4 $28/$30.75 6-7pm 5 $35/$38.50 6-7pm 4 $28/$30.75 6-7pm 3 $21/$23

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FITNESS & WELLNESS

Cardio

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FITNESS & WELLNESS

PERSONAL TRAINING & BOXING FITNESS Boxing is a fun way to lose weight and 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! We also offer PT-Boxing Fitness training for children at a rate of $25 per person for groups of two or more. Discounts available for seniors and competitive boxers. Prices are per session. No class 11/27-11/29 or 12/24-12/25. Instructor: Romero CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 111945-01 CRC 16+ 9/3-9/30 M-Sa 211945-01 CRC 16+ 10/1-10/31 M-Sa 211945-02 CRC 16+ 11/1-11/30 M-Sa 211945-03 CRC 16+ 12/2-12/31 M-Sa

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6am-9pm TBD $60/hour 6am-9pm TBD $60/hour 6am-9pm TBD $60/hour 6am-9pm TBD $60/hour

PROJECT 8 FIGHT FITNESS TRAINING

This curriculum is a portrayal of what it’s like in an Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter’s training camp; participants will learn different disciplines, each with a vast array of techniques from proven arts styles like Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai, Sambo, Taekwondo, Boxing and Judo. This course is a fantastic way to reduce stress, 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. Instructor: Nnabuaku CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 111955-01 CRC 15+ 9/3-9/26 Tu/Th 7:15-8:15pm 8 $70/$77 211955-01 CRC 15+ 10/1-10/24 Tu/Th 7:15-8:15pm 8 $70/$77 211955-02 CRC 15+ 10/29-11/21 Tu/Th 7:15-8:15pm 8 $70/$77 211955-03 CRC 15+ 12/3-12/19 Tu/Th 7:15-8:15pm 6 $55/$60

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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 101970-01 RRC 18+ 9/4-9/25 W 101970-02 RRC 18+ 9/6-9/27 F 201970-01 RRC 18+ 10/2-10/30 W 201970-02 RRC 18+ 10/4-10/25 F 201970-03 RRC 18+ 11/6-11/27 W 201970-04 RRC 18+ 11/1-11/22 F 201970-05 RRC 18+ 12/4-12/18 W 201970-06 RRC 18+ 12/6-12/20 F

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

TUFF-TIME BOXING CARDIO A unique workout that combines cardio light weights, boxing basic skills and drills (sparring is optional) for 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 55 years of experience. Instructors have won New York and Dallas Golden Gloves Championships and National Tough Man competitions. There is a $10 drop in fee per class. The non-refundable $70/$77 punch card gives you access to 10 classes and expires two months after purchase. To schedule private lessons, contact Mike Tufariello at mtuffy@webtv.net. No class 11/27, 11/28, 11/29, or 12/24-12/31. Instructor: Tufariello CLASS # LOC 111940-01 CRC 211940-01 CRC 211940-02 CRC 211940-03 CRC

AGE DATES DAY 16+ 9/4-9/30 M/W/F 16+ 10/2-10/30 M/W/F 16+ 11/1-11/25 M/W/F 16+ 12/2-12/23 M/W/F

TIME 7-8pm 7-8pm 7-8pm 7-8pm

#CLSS $(RES/NR) Ongoing $70/$77 Ongoing $70/$77 Ongoing $70/$77 Ongoing $70/$77

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 each 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/Wellness Recreation Coordinator at 972466-9810 or Rosemeade Recreation Center at 972-466-9800.

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 13-15 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. Instructor: Personal Training Staff ci t yofcarroll ton.com /s ignupnow • Facili t y hours, fees and programming s ubject to change.


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.

Crosby Recreation Center The non-refundable $50/$55 punch card gives you access to 10 classes. Try the class for an $8 drop in fee. No class 11/28, 11/30 or after Saturday, 12/23. Instructor: Griffin CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 111930-01 CRC 15+ 9/3-9/28 Tu/Th 6:30-7:30pm Ongoing $50/$55 Sa 9:30-10:30am 211930-01 CRC 15+ 10/1-10/31 Tu/Th 6:30-7:30pm Ongoing $50/$55 Sa 9:30-10:30am 211930-02 CRC 15+ 11/2-11/26 Tu/Th 6:30-7:30pm Ongoing $50/$55 Sa 9:30-10:30am 211930-03 CRC 15+ 12/3-12/21 Tu/Th 6:30-7:30pm Ongoing $50/$55 Sa 9:30-10:30am

Rosemeade Recreation Center

If space is available, this class offers an $8 drop in fee. Instructor: Saenz CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 101985-01 RRC 16+ 9/3-9/24 Tu 101985-02 RRC 16+ 9/5-9/26 Th 201985-01 RRC 16+ 10/1-10/29 Tu 201985-02 RRC 16+ 10/3-10/24 Th 201985-03 RRC 16+ 11/5-11/26 Tu 201985-04 RRC 16+ 11/7-11/21 Th 201985-05 RRC 16+ 12/3-12/17 Tu 301985-07 RRC 16+ 12/5-1/2 Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 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 4 $26/$28.50 7:30-8:30pm 4 $26/$28.50 7:30-8:30pm 3 $19.50/$21.50 7:30-8:30pm 3 $19.50/$21.50 7:30-8:30pm 5 $32.50/$35.75

CARROLLTON SENIOR CENTER*

Each class has a drop in fee of $2, or buy a punch card for $16. Instructor: Griffin LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME SRC 50+ Ongoing Tu/Th 2:15-3:15pm SRC 50+ Ongoing Tu/Th 2:15-3:15pm *No class the last Tuesday of every month.

Certifications

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.

ADULT & PEDIATRIC CPR/AED Learn techniques of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for adults, pediatrics and obstructed airway management and how to use public access automated external defibrillators (AEDs). An American Heart Association certificate valid for two years is given upon completion of the course. This course does not certify healthcare providers. Instructor: Carrollton Fire Department CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201900-01 RRC 10+ 10/19 Sa 9:15am-12:30pm 1 $40/$44

BASIC FIRST AID 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. Instructor: Carrollton Fire Department CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 201905-01 RRC 10+ 10/19 Sa

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 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. Instructor: Carrollton Fire Department CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 201930-01 RRC 10+ 10/19 Sa

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

ZUMBA GOLD

Zumba Gold is for the active older adult and the de-conditioned adult. International Latin rhythms help tone your core, elevate your heart rate and strengthen your body. No dance experience necessary; the only thing needed is a sense of fun and adventure. If space is available, this class offers an $8 drop in fee. For more information, email profposey@yahoo.com. Instructor: Posey CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 101990-01 RRC 16+ 9/8-9/29 Su 201990-01 RRC 16+ 10/6-10/27 Su 201990-02 RRC 16+ 11/3-11/24 Su 201990-03 RRC 16+ 12/8-12/29 Su

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 4-4:50pm 4 $22/$24.25 4-4:50pm 4 $22/$24.25 4-4:50pm 4 $22/$24.25 4-4:50pm 4 $22/$24.25

FITNESS & WELLNESS

ZUMBA

ZUMBA TONING Sculpt your body naturally while having a great time. Cardio and dynamic resistive exercises with hand weights is effective to improve overall performance. If space is available, this class offers an $8 drop in fee. For more information, email profposey@yahoo.com. Instructor: Posey CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 101995-01 RRC 16+ 9/8-9/29 Su 201995-01 RRC 16+ 10/6-10/27 Su 201995-02 RRC 16+ 11/3-11/24 Su 201995-03 RRC 16+ 12/8-12/29 Su

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 5-5:50pm 4 $26/$28.50 5-5:50pm 4 $26/$28.50 5-5:50pm 4 $26/$28.50 5-5:50pm 4 $26/$28.50

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FITNESS & WELLNESS

AGING GRACEFULLY YOGA

Pilates ∙ Tai Chi ∙ Yoga

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

LOC AGE DAY TIME #WKS SRC 50+ M 1-1:45 pm Ongoing SRC 50+ F 11-11:45 am Ongoing

$(RES/NR) $3/$3.25 $3/$3.25

BAGUA 1 – MIND/BODY SKILLS

This is a low impact class great for mature adults (13+) who are interested in the preliminary mind-body methods of Jiulong Baguazhang Kung-Fu, an internal martial and healing art. Classes focus on quiet sitting, Daoyin Daoist Yoga, and power standing lessons. These simple methods can lead to greater physical and mental well-being and easily transfer to everyday activities. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes. The non-refundable $50/$55 punch card gives you access to eight classes and expires three months after purchase. Can be used in Bagua-2 “Internal Kung-Fu” in the martial arts section. Try the class for an $8 drop in fee. Visit ninedragonbaguazhang.com/dallas for more information. Instructor: Ferrer

CLASS # 111900-01 211900-01 211900-02 211900-03

LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) CRC 13+ 9/7-9/28 Sa 9:45-10:45am Ongoing $50/$55 CRC 13+ 10/12-10/26 Sa 9:45-10:45am Ongoing $50/$55 CRC 13+ 11/2-11/23 Sa 9:45-10:45am Ongoing $50/$55 CRC 13+ 12/7-12/21 Sa 9:45-10:45am Ongoing $50/$55

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. This class offers a $15 drop in fee that requires pre-registration before the start of class. No class 11/29. Instructor: Khalsa CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 201940-01 RRC 12+ 9/6-10/18 F 201940-02 RRC 12+ 10/25-12/6 F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6:30-8pm 7 $84/$92.50 6:30-8pm 6 $72/$79.25

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 the class. Wear comfortable clothing that is not too loose and bring a mat, towel and water. This class offers a $12 drop in fee that requires pre-registration before the start of class. Instructor: Mashreghi CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 201960-01 RRC 13+ 9/9-10/28 M 201960-02 RRC 13+ 11/4-12/16 M

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TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6-7pm 8 $80/$88 6-7pm 7 $70/$77

Memberships are not required to register for classes. Memberships are necessary to take advantage of the variety of fitness and leisure amenities at Rosemeade Recreation Center, Crosby Recreation Center and the Carrollton Senior Center. See page 39 for membership details.

QIGONG/TAI CHI FOR ARTHRITIS Maybe you want freedom from pain, stress and anxiety or are just overwhelmed by daily living. Develop core strength, improve posture and diminish pain, learn to relax your muscles and take charge of your well being. Qigong, the grandfather of Tai Chi with deep roots in traditional Chinese medicine, is offered on Monday and Tai Chi on Wednesday. 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, $80/10 classes. New students can start at any time, and your first class is free. Wear loose, comfortable clothes and flat shoes. Instructor: Bougyon FORMAT Qigong Tai Chi

LOC AGE DAY TIME #WKS SRC 50+ M 10:30-11:30am Ongoing SRC 50+ W 10:30-11:30am Ongoing

$ $9 $9

YOGA @ Crosby This class is for beginner to intermediate students. The type of yoga taught will be rooted in Hatha and Vinyasa styles of yoga. 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 workout clothing. The 3rd class of each month will be Yoga Nidra, or 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 DAY 111910-01 CRC 16+ 9/9-9/30 M 211910-01 CRC 16+ 10/7-10/28 M 211910-02 CRC 16+ 11/4-11/25 M 211910-03 CRC 16+ 12/2-12/16 M

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6:30-7:30pm 4 $40/$44 6:30-7:30pm 4 $40/$44 6:30-7:30pm 4 $40/$44 6:30-7:30pm 3 $30/$33

YOGA FOR BIG KIDS! Children will be taught breathing techniques and yoga poses and will be lead in a relaxation time at the end of each class. The goal is to help school-age children feel more comfortable with themselves, boosting self-esteem and confidence, as well as giving them tools to deal with stress. Taught by a certified yoga instructor who is also a former elementary school teacher and mother of five, who has a passion for helping kids get healthy and stay healthy. Students should dress comfortably and bring a yoga mat if they have one. Try the class for a $10 drop in fee. Instructor: Walker CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 111920-01 CRC 6+ 9/9-9/30 M 211920-01 CRC 6+ 10/7-10/28 M 211920-02 CRC 6+ 11/4-11/25 M 211920-03 CRC 6+ 12/2-12/16 M

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 4:30-5:15pm 4 $40/$44 4:30-5:15pm 4 $40/$44 4:30-5:15pm 4 $40/$44 4:30-5:15pm 3 $30/$33

YOGA FOR EVERYONE As all bodies are different and people have different weaknesses and strengths, we help the body into the correct positions and focus on body alignment by 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, towel and water. No class 11/27. Instructor: Mashreghi CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 201980-01 RRC 13+ 9/4-10/30 W 201980-02 RRC 13+ 11/6-12/18 W

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6-7pm 9 $90/$99 6-7pm 6 $60/$66

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

indian creek golf club

Indian Creek is conveniently located between the George Bush Turnpike and SH 121 and is only ½ mile east of I-35E on Frankford Road.

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

GOLF

Indian Creek Golf Club

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 our website. Rated among the top public golf courses in the Dallas/ Fort Worth Metroplex, Indian Creek Golf Club offers 36 holes of championship golf. The two distinctly different 18hole courses are situated along the Trinity River. Whether you just want to drop by for a quick nine and lunch at the clubhouse, or have time to try the full course experience, stop in and see why you will want Indian Creek to be your home course. It’s a perfect blend of natural beauty and challenging play. Excellent golf course conditions, a friendly and courteous staff and an enjoyable golfing experience await.

Junior Golf Program Is your child interested in the great game of golf? Maybe they have never touched a club and want to learn. Let the professional staff at Indian Creek teach your child the proper fundamentals including grip, posture and alignment. Time will be spent each day on the driving range hitting golf balls and on the putting green emphasizing the short game. Sign your child up for one or more sessions by contacting Indian Creek.

Player Development Program (PDP) If unlimited range balls, complimentary golf instruction and discounted golf are what you are looking for, become a member of Indian Creek’s Player Development Program. Monthly plans begin at $49 each month, and you have the ability to hit unlimited range balls, participate in free weekly golf clinics and can play seven days a week during twilight times for extremely discounted rates. Additional immediate family members living in the same house can be added on for only $10 per person per month.

indian creek golf club

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 $34 plus tax Monday - Friday (anytime) or $39 plus tax Saturday & Sunday (anytime) One coupon required per golfer. Friday – Sunday rates will apply on all holidays. Expires 3/31/14 indiancreekgolfclub.com

indian creek golf club

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. The monthly UPDP plan begins at $114 each month and you can hit unlimited range balls, participate in free weekly golf clinics and play seven days a week anytime for extremely discounted rates.

Purchase Any Size Range Basket and Get 1 Free (equal value)

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GYMNASTICS

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

Northrup Gymnastics is an all-year program and has been serving the community for 24 years. A recreation center membership is not required for enrollment in Northrup Gymnastics classes. We offer your child 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 our programs and competitive team, contact Coach Tony at 972-898-6390 or anorth2@live.com and visit northrupgymnastics.com.

COMPETITIVE TEAM

Team is by invitation only. We compete in USAG and AGA competitions. Workout times are Tuesday through Friday, 4:307:30pm. Visit northrupgymnastics.com to learn more. No class 11/26-11/29. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff

CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201400-01 RRC 5-18 9/3-10/18 Tu-F 4:30-7:30pm 28 $300/$300 201400-02 RRC 5-18 9/14-10/18 W/F 4:30-6:30pm 14 $200/$200 201400-03 RRC 5-18 9/3-10/17 Tu/Th 4:30-6:30pm 14 $100/$100 201400-04 RRC 5-18 10/29-12/20 Tu-F 4:30-7:30pm 28 $300/$300 201400-05 RRC 5-18 10/30-12/20 W/F 4:30-6:30pm 14 $200/$200 201400-06 RRC 5-18 10/29-12/19 Tu/Th 4:30-6:30pm 14 $100/$100

FUNTASTICS 3, 4 & 5 YR OLDS Boys and girls will have a great time building their athletic abilities and social interaction. Your future athlete will develop coordination and strength while using the bars, beam, floor, trampoline and obstacle course. 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. No class 11/27-11/29. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201450-01 RRC 3-3 9/4-10/16 W 9:45-10:30am 7 $67/$73.75 201450-02 RRC 3-3 9/5-10/17 Th 9:45-10:30am 7 $67/$73.75 201450-03 RRC 3-3 9/6-10/18 F 9:45-10:30am 7 $67/$73.75 201450-04 RRC 4-5 9/4-10/16 W 4-4:45pm 7 $67/$73.75 201450-06 RRC 4-5 9/6-10/18 F 9-9:45am 7 $67/$73.75 201450-07 RRC 4-5 9/6-10/18 F 10:30-11:15am 7 $67/$73.75 201450-08 RRC 4-5 9/6-10/18 F 4-4:45pm 7 $67/$73.75 201450-09 RRC 3-3 10/30-12/18 W 9:45-10:30am 7 $67/$73.75 201450-10 RRC 3-3 10/31-12/19 Th 9:45-10:30am 7 $67/$73.75 201450-11 RRC 3-3 11/1-12/20 F 9:45-10:30am 7 $67/$73.75 201450-12 RRC 4-5 10/30-12/18 W 4-4:45pm 7 $67/$73.75 201450-13 RRC 4-5 10/31-12/19 Th 10:30-11:15am 7 $67/$73.75 201450-14 RRC 4-5 11/1-12/20 F 9-9:45am 7 $67/$73.75 201450-15 RRC 4-5 11/1-12/20 F 10:30-11:15am 7 $67/$73.75 201450-16 RRC 4-5 11/1-12/20 F 4-4:45pm 7 $67/$73.75

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 increasing 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: Beginner-Intermediate. No class 11/26-11/29. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff CLASS # LOC 201410-01 RRC 201410-02 RRC 201410-03 RRC 201410-04 RRC 201410-05 RRC 201410-06 RRC 201410-07 RRC 201410-08 RRC 201410-09 RRC 201410-10 RRC 201410-11 RRC 201410-12 RRC 201410-13 RRC 201410-14 RRC

AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS 5-9 9/3-10/15 Tu 5-6pm 7 6-10 9/3-10/17 Tu/Th 6-7pm 14 6-10 9/4-10/16 W 5-6:30pm 7 6-12 9/4-10/16 W 6:30-7:30pm 7 5-9 9/5-10/17 Th 5-6pm 7 5-9 9/6-10/18 F 4:45-5:45pm 7 5-9 9/6-10/18 F 5:45-6:45pm 7 6-12 10/29-12/17 Tu 5-6pm 7 6-10 10/29-12/19 Tu/Th 6-7pm 14 6-10 10/30-12/18 W 5-6:30pm 7 6-12 10/30-12/18 W 6:30-7:30pm 7 5-9 10/31-12/19 Th 5-6pm 7 5-9 11/1-12/20 F 4:45-5:45pm 7 5-9 11/1-12/20 F 5:45-6:45pm 7

$(RES/NR) $42/$46.25 $84/$92.50 $63/$69.25 $42/$46.25 $42/$46.25 $42/$46.25 $42/$46.25 $42/$46.25 $84/$92.50 $40/$44 $42/$46.25 $42/$46.25 $42/$46.25 $42/$46.25

GIRLS RECREATIONAL TEAM

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Students must have attended at least one session of any gymnastics class to enroll. Girls will learn skills and routines to perform at local competitions (TBD). A mixture of gymnastics 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. No class 11/26 or 11/28. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201420-01 RRC 6-14 9/3-10/17 Tu/Th 7-8pm 14 $88/$96.75 201420-02 RRC 6-14 10/29-12/19 Tu/Th 7-8pm 14 $88/$96.75

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Girls, feel the need to tumble? Cartwheels, round-offs and front and back handsprings will be the focus. Level: Beginner/Intermediate. No class 11/27. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201430-01 RRC 6-12 9/4-10/16 W 7:30-8:15pm 7 $32/$35.25 201430-02 RRC 6-12 10/30-12/18 W 7:30-8:15pm 7 $32/$35.25

GYMNASTICS ON-DEMAND In this gymnastics class, we 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 Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 201440-01 RRC 3-12 TBD Tu-F

TIME #CLSS TBD TBD

$(RES/NR) $10/$11

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). No class 11/27. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201460-01 RRC 1-5 9/4-10/16 W 9-9:45am 7 $28/$30.75 201460-02 RRC 1-5 10/30-12/18 W 9-9:45am 7 $28/$30.75

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

PRESCHOOL GYMNASTICS WITH DENISE

GYMNASTICS

GIRLS TUMBLING & TRAMP

Denise offers a lower student-teacher ratio. She will use all of the gymnastics equipment to teach your little ones motor skills, strength, flexibility and a true love of being active. These classes will not be prorated and special needs kids will be added to this class. No class 11/28 or 11/29. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff CLASS # LOC 201470-01 RRC 201470-02 RRC 201470-03 RRC 201470-04 RRC 201470-05 RRC 201470-06 RRC 201470-07 RRC 201470-08 RRC 201470-09 RRC 201470-10 RRC 201470-11 RRC 201470-12 RRC 201470-13 RRC 201470-14 RRC 201470-15 RRC 201470-16 RRC 201470-17 RRC 201470-18 RRC 201470-19 RRC 201470-20 RRC

AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS 3-6 9/5-9/26 Th 4-4:45pm 4 3-6 9/5-9/26 Th 5-5:45pm 4 3-6 9/6-9/27 F 4-4:45pm 4 3-6 9/6-9/27 F 5-5:45pm 4 3-6 9/6-9/27 F 6-6:45pm 4 3-6 10/3-10/17 Th 4-4:45pm 3 3-6 10/3-10/17 Th 5-5:45pm 3 3-6 10/4-10/18 F 4-4:45pm 3 3-6 10/4-10/18 F 5-5:45pm 3 3-6 10/4-10/18 F 6-6:45pm 3 3-6 10/31-11/21 Th 4-4:45pm 4 3-6 10/31-11/21 Th 5-5:45pm 4 3-6 11/1-11/22 F 4-4:45pm 4 3-6 11/1-11/22 F 5-5:45pm 4 3-6 11/1-11/22 F 6-6:45pm 4 3-6 12/5-12/19 Th 4-4:45pm 3 3-6 12/5-12/19 Th 5-5:45pm 3 3-6 12/6-12/20 F 4-4:45pm 3 3-6 12/6-12/20 F 5-5:45pm 3 3-6 12/6-12/20 F 6-6:45pm 3

$(RES/NR) $58/$63.75 $58/$63.75 $58/$63.75 $58/$63.75 $58/$63.75 $44/$48.50 $44/$48.50 $44/$48.50 $44/$48.50 $44/$48.50 $58/$63.75 $58/$63.75 $58/$63.75 $58/$63.75 $58/$63.75 $44/$48.50 $44/$48.50 $44/$48.50 $44/$48.50 $44/$48.50

TUMBLING & STRENGTH BOYS

“Boys will be boys.” This is a great class to release some of that energy. Emphasis will be placed on building strength and discipline. Stretching, tumbling and trampoline are included for increased flexibility, motor skills and self-confidence. Level: Beginner/ Intermediate. No class 11/27. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201490-01 RRC 6-10 9/4-10/16 W 7:30-8:15pm 7 $30/$33 201490-02 RRC 6-10 10/30-12/18 W 7:30-8:15pm 7 $30/$33

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LIBRARY

Carrollton Public Library Hebron & Josey

Josey Ranch Lake

4220 N. Josey Lane

1700 Keller Springs

(at Hebron Parkway) Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

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

(west of Josey Lane) Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

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

Information: 972-466-4800 cityofcarrollton.com/library Find more information at cityofcarrollton.com, under “City Services” tab. 90 public access computer workstations Internet access • Online databases WiFi/Wireless access • Express check stations CDs, DVDs, books, e books, iPads for check out and internal use, magazines & newspapers • Language materials in Spanish, Hindi, Korean, Vietnamese & more • Study rooms • Quiet reading lounges • Meeting rooms • Local history & genealogy Language instruction materials

Weekly Classes for Preschoolers September-November No preschool stories are scheduled in December.

Toddler Time Children and a parent or caregiver participate and enjoy stories and fingerplays. LIBRARY Hebron & Josey Hebron & Josey Josey Ranch Lake Josey Ranch Lake

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

Story time

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

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

Mother Goose Time for Babies These 20-minute sessions are designed for “prewalkers” and a parent or caregiver. The focus is to develop a love of language through rhymes and music. Interact with your baby during the program and meet other moms and dads afterwards. LIBRARY AGE Hebron & Josey Up to 12 mos.

DAY M

TIME 11am

#WKS Ongoing

Evening Story times

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Children participate in stories, songs, fingerplays, action rhymes and puppetry. Designed as family story time. LIBRARY Hebron & Josey

AGE DAY 3-6 Th

TIME 7pm

# WKS Ongoing

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Animal care

This is a class for pet lovers! We will cover basic information on animal care (feeding, grooming, shelter, vet care, collar and tags, etc.) as well as information on how to avoid being bitten by a pet.  Special animal guests will be on hand. Presented by the City of Carrollton Animal Services. DATE LIBRARY AGE DAY TIME 9/14 Josey Ranch Lake 6-9 Sa 2pm

Just for Teens

Capturing Witches, Binding Boggarts and Driving Ghosts away

LIBRARY

For School Age Children

Do you have what it takes to fight “the Dark”? In this program inspired by Joseph Delaney’s The Last Apprentice series you’ll test your skills as you train to become the next Spook’s Apprentice. Pick up your permission slip at either Library. DATE LIBRARY AGE DAY TIME 10/12 Josey Ranch Lake Teens Sa 6:30-8:30pm

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. DATE LIBRARY AGE DAY TIME 9/25 Josey Ranch Lake Teens W 6:30pm

Books for Treats

Wear your Halloween costume to the Library and pick out a free book while supplies last. DATE LIBRARY AGE DAY TIME 10/31 Hebron & Josey 0-12 Th noon-9pm

Family fun nights at jrl Come to the Library for a night of free fun games and crafts. DATE LIBRARY AGE DAY TIME #WKS 9/9 Josey Ranch Lake All M 7-8:30pm 1 10/14 Josey Ranch Lake All M 7-8:30pm 1 11/11 Josey Ranch Lake All M 7-8:30pm 1

Return to Hogwarts Solve clues, cast spells and undo curses during a spellbinding treasure hunt inspired by Harry’s adventures at Hogwarts. DATE LIBRARY AGE DAY TIME 10/5 Josey Ranch Lake 9-12 Sa 2-4:30pm

thanksgiving art Drop in and get ready for Thanksgiving Day with festive makeand-take art you’re sure to fall for! DATE 11/26

LIBRARY Hebron & Josey

AGE All

DAY  Tu

TIME 2-4pm

Twelve Days of Winter Break Stop by either Library and pick up a schedule of events that highlight the winter holidays and traditions. DIFFERENT ACTIVITIES EVERY DAY!

December 23 – January 6

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LIBRARY

Adult Programs

computers and small businesses

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.  Participants will leave with information that will help them make decisions regarding having an online presence for their businesses.  Registration required.  Please call 972-466-4800 or visit either Library to register. DATE 9/21 11/9

LIBRARY Hebron & Josey Hebron & Josey

AGE DAY Adults Sa Adults Sa

TIME 10am 10am

Facebook for seniors 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 is required. Please call 972-466-4800 or visit either Library to register. A current Carrollton Library card is required.

DATE LIBRARY AGE DAY 9/28 Hebron & Josey 55+ Sa 10/12 Hebron & Josey 55+ Sa 11/16 Hebron & Josey 55+ Sa

TIME 10am 10am 10am

brookhaven bell choir Take a break from holiday shopping and listen to the hand bells from Brookhaven College, directed by Bonnie Riddle. DATE LIBRARY AGE DAY TIME 12/8 Josey Ranch Lake All Su 2pm

Friends of the Carrollton Public Library Book Sale Thursday, October 10 • noon-7pm Saturday, October 12 • 10am-6pm Hebron & Josey Library 4220 N. Josey Lane Stop by the Hebron & Josey 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. For more information, visit friendscarrolltonlibrary.org.

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

Free Events At The Museum Homestead how-To Day

MUSEUM

A.W. Perry Homestead Museum

Saturday, September 21 • 10am-1pm Bring back a little bit of traditional do-it-yourself know how, resourcefulness and simplicity into your busy modern life. Drop by the Perry Museum to learn about the many ways people are returning to homesteading in a modern way, whether it’s a hobby or a part time business. Topics to explore will include keeping bees, goats and chickens; organic farming and community gardening, and making your own soaps and candles. We’ll have local “experts” on hand to answer questions and share their personal experiences. Want to start simply? We’ll have a make-and-take station for creating your own natural cleaning supplies using tried and true methods and simple ingredients.

MOVIE ON THE LAWN Movie & Magic Show Saturday, October 26 • 6-9pm

Frankenweenie is this year’s movie for our annual magical night at the Perry Museum. Fun fall activities featuring Victorian Halloween traditions begin at 6pm, the live magic show begins at 6:30pm and the movie begins at dusk. Frankenweenie is a heart-warming story about a boy who loses his dog Sparky and uses the power of science to bring him back to life - with just a few minor adjustments. Bring lawn chairs or a blanket for seating. Concessions will be available. Costumes are encouraged.

Old-FashioneD Christmas Friday, December 6 • 6-8:30pm

Victorian carolers stroll the grounds spreading holiday cheer. Guides provide informal tours of the home decorated for the season. Children can make an old-fashioned Christmas tree ornament in the craft tent, and homemade style cookies and hot chocolate will be served. There’s even a small farm animal petting zoo! Bring your whole family to this popular celebration.

Family Fun

Please touch! Multisensory Tour This October, in celebration of World Blindness Awareness Month, the Museum invites blind or partially sighted visitors of all ages and their families to explore the historic house in a multisensory way; through touch, sound and smell. Audio tours tailored for individuals with visual impairment will provide both detailed descriptions of the home and contextual information about rural life in late 19th century north Texas. Visitors will be able to examine objects firsthand from the Museum’s Teaching Collection alongside other touchable materials to ensure a truly tactile experience. Pre-registration is required. Register by October 10. CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 242005-01 PHM All 10/12 Sa 10am-12pm 1 FREE

Photos with Santa

Santa Claus is coming to the Perry Homestead and he wants to meet you! Have your photo taken with Santa by our photographer. Fee is per family, up to 4 people and includes one photo. There will also be hands-on activities and crafts for the whole family. Pre-registration is required. Register by November 20. CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 242025-01 PHM All 11/23 Sa 10am-12pm 1 $15

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MUSEUM ARTS & CRAFTS

Gingerbread house Decorating contest

Design and create a gingerbread house to enter in the A.W. Perry Homestead Museum’s Gingerbread Contest. $15 entry fee. Complete contest rules and entry forms are available at either Carrollton recreation center or online at cityofcarrollton.com/museum. Register by December 9. Space is limited and only pre-registered entries will be accepted. Completed gingerbread houses must be dropped off at the Josey Ranch Lake Library on Thursday, December 12 from 4-6pm. They will be on display to the public December 1315, during Library hours. First place prizes will be awarded in the following categories: Business/Professional $100, Adult $75, Teen $50 and Youth $25. Individuals, businesses, schools, church groups, scouts and homeowners associations are encouraged to enter! Call 972-466-6380 or visit cityofcarrollton.com/museum for additional information and forms. All professional and adult category entries will be auctioned off by way of silent auction to the highest bidder. Auction proceeds benefit the A.W. Perry Homestead Museum Society, a non-profit organization. CLASS # LOC 242020-01 JRL

AGE DATES DAY All 12/12 Th

TIME 4-6pm

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 today to reserve a trunk for your class, 972-466-6380.

#CLSS $(RES/NR) 1 $15

Gingerbread house Display and Auction

Entries from the A.W. Perry Homestead Museum’s 2 Annual Gingerbread House Contest will be on display at the Josey Ranch Lake Library December 13-15 during Library hours. Plan a trip with friends and family to see these sweet creations. Want to take one home for your own holiday display? The silent auction for professional and adult category entries begins December 13 and ends at 3pm on December 15. Proceeds from the auction benefit the A. W. Perry Homestead Museum Society, a non-profit organization that supports the Perry Museum’s activities and preservation. For more information, visit theperrysociety.org or cityofcarrollton. com/museum. All gingerbread houses must be picked up by 4pm on Sunday, December 15. Gingerbread house display is free and open to the public. Public display hours: Friday, December 13 • 10am-6pm Saturday, December 14 • 10am-6pm Sunday, December 15 • 2-4pm nd

Girl Scouts

Scouts

Earn patches and badges at the Perry Homestead Museum. Reserve a program date for your troop by calling 972-466-6380. All 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 15. Patches and badges are not provided. Available March through October.

Badges for 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.

Badges for 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.

Boy Scouts

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

Birthday Parties

School and Group Tours

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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. School tours are aligned with the TEKS standards for each grade level. A new tour geared towards 7th graders is now available and includes access to online resources and copies of primary source material for pre and post tour classroom discussions. 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.

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.

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.

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ADULT BALLET

BALLET FOR FUN

Learn basic movements and positioning and work toward combinations across the floor. Wear comfortable clothing and ballet shoes. Level: Beginner/Intermediate. No class 11/26. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201300-01 RRC 15+ 9/10-10/22 Tu 8:15-9pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 201300-02 RRC 15+ 10/29-12/10 Tu 8:15-9pm 6 $49.50/$54.50

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. This class offers a $10 drop in fee. No class 11/28. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201305-01 RRC 15+ 9/12-10/24 Th 8:45-9:30pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 201305-02 RRC 15+ 10/31-12/12 Th 8:45-9:30pm 6 $49.50/$54.50

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. No class 11/29. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201310-01 RRC 15+ 9/13-10/25 F 5:45-6:30pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 201310-02 RRC 15+ 11/1-12/13 F 5:45-6:30pm 6 $49.50/$54.50

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. No class 11/30. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC 201315-01 RRC 201315-02 RRC 201315-03 RRC 201315-04 RRC

AGE DATES DAY 4-6 9/14-10/26 Sa 7-12 9/14-10/26 Sa 4-6 11/2-12/14 Sa 7-12 11/2-12/14 Sa

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 2-2:30pm 7 $43.75/$48 2:30-3:15pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 2-2:30pm 6 $37.50/$41.25 2:30-3:15pm 6 $49.50/$54.50

PERFORMING ARTS

Dance

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. No class 11/27-11/30. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC 201320-01 RRC 201320-02 RRC 201320-03 RRC 201320-04 RRC 201320-05 RRC 201320-06 RRC 201320-07 RRC 201320-08 RRC

AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 3-5 9/11-10/23 W 11:30am-12pm 7 $43.75/$48 3-5 9/12-10/24 Th 11:30am-12pm 7 $43.75/$48 3-6 9/12-10/24 Th 4:45-5:15pm 7 $43.75/$48 3-5 9/14-10/26 Sa 11:15-11:45am 7 $43.75/$48 3-5 10/30-12/11 W 11:30am-12pm 6 $37.50/$41.25 3-5 10/31-12/12 Th 11:30am-12pm 6 $37.50/$41.25 3-6 10/31-12/12 Th 4:45-5:15pm 6 $37.50/$41.25 3-5 11/2-12/14 Sa 11:15-11:45am 6 $37.50/$41.25

BALLET & JAZZ DANCE

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. No class 11/29. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201330-01 RRC 3-6 9/13-10/25 F 12:15-12:45pm 7 $43.75/$48 201330-02 RRC 3-6 11/1-12/13 F 12:15-12:45pm 6 $37.50/$41.25

BALLET & TAP DANCE

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. No class 11/27, 11/29 or 11/30. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201340-01 RRC 3-5 9/11-10/23 W 10:45-11:30am 7 $57.75/$63.50 201340-02 RRC 3-6 9/13-10/25 F 11:30am-12:15pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 201340-03 RRC 3-6 9/14-10/26 Sa 11:45am-12:30pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 201340-04 RRC 7-14 9/14-10/26 Sa 1:15-2pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 201340-05 RRC 3-5 10/30-12/11 W 10:45-11:30am 6 $49.50/$54.50 201340-06 RRC 3-6 11/1-12/13 F 11:30am-12:15pm 6 $49.50/$54.50 201340-07 RRC 3-6 11/2-12/14 Sa 11:45am-12:30pm 6 $49.50/$54.50 201340-08 RRC 7-14 11/2-12/14 Sa 1:15-2pm 6 $49.50/$54.50

DANCE COMBINATIONS

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 11/25. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 201350-01 RRC 4-8 9/9-10/21 M 201350-02 RRC 4-8 10/28-12/9 M

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 4-4:30pm 7 $43.75/$48 4-4:30pm 6 $37.50/$41.25

Show us why you are proud to live in Carrollton. Enter our Centennial Photo Contest ! See page 19 for details. For your convenience, recreation centers accept Visa and MasterCard for all Parks and Recreation fees.

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PERFORMING ARTS

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 201355-01 RRC 3+ TBD TBD

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 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 11/25, 11/28 or 11/30. Instructor: Jordan

CLASS # LOC 201360-01 RRC 201360-02 RRC 201360-03 RRC 201360-04 RRC 201360-05 RRC 201360-06 RRC

AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 5-8 9/9-10/21 M 4:30-5:10pm 7 $49/$54 6-12 9/12-10/24 Th 5:15-6pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 6-12 9/14-10/26 Sa 12:30-1:15pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 5-8 10/28-12/9 M 4:30-5:10pm 6 $42/$46.25 6-12 10/31-12/12 Th 5:15-6pm 6 $49.50/$54.50 6-12 11/2-12/14 Sa 12:30-1:15pm 6 $49.50/$54.50

INTERVAL DANCE TRAINING

If you want to get in shape but are tired of the same old gym routine, come get in dancer shape. The structure of the class will be divided into different components that incorporate dance and interval training. 20 minutes of jazz dance and flexibility; 20 minutes of hip hop combinations and power conditioning focusing on glutes and thighs; 10 minutes of ballet core and resistance training focusing on abs and arms; and 10 minutes of modern dance emphasis on mindbody connection. Wear comfortable workout clothes and tennis shoes. If space is available, this class offers a $12 drop in fee. For more information, contact the instructor at shadaerogers@ hotmail.com. Instructor: Rogers CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201362-01 RRC 16+ 9/9-10/14 M 7:30-8:30pm 6 $60/$66 201362-02 RRC 16+ 10/21-11/25 M 7:30-8:30pm 6 $60/$66

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 wear comfortable clothing and ballet shoes. Price is for both the parent and child together; register under the child’s name. No class 11/28. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201365-01 RRC 2-5 9/12-10/24 Th 11-11:30am 7 $43.75/$48 201365-02 RRC 2-5 10/31-12/12 Th 11-11:30am 6 $37.50/$41.25

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 LOC RRC RRC RRC RRC

AGE DATES DAY 3+ September TBD 3+ October TBD 3+ November TBD 3+ December TBD

TIME $(RES/NR) TBD $25 & up TBD $25 & up TBD $25 & up TBD $25 & up

TEEN HIP HOP

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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, allowing the 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. No class 11/25. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201390-01 RRC 12+ 9/9-10/21 M 5:10-5:50pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 201390-02 RRC 12+ 10/28-12/9 M 5:10-5:50pm 6 $49.75/$54.75

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WRITE ON KIDS!™ CREATIVE WRITING

ACT UP KIDS!™ ACTING & MOVIE MAKING Dramatic exploration allows children to have an outlet for emotions, thoughts and dreams. It also stimulates creativity in problem solving, builds self-control, and develops tolerance and empathy. It is a great tool to give children a positive and confident self-image. This class will also help kids with public speaking and communicating. Another reason to act is to simply have fun and get lost in the world of fantasy and imagination. At Act Up Kids!™, children are allowed to be who they are...children! This class will culminate with a production for the parents on the last day. Introductory moviemaking programs included. Children will engage in imagination/ play exercises which will help eliminate stage fright and utilize acting skills to develop characters and script writing. They will learn how to create sets and sounds for scenes and how to use humor, song and movement, as well as develop their own unique movie/ play. Visit smartmindz.net or email smartmindz@me.com with questions. Instructor: Smartmindz Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 201391-01 RRC 5-12 9/5-10/10 Th 201391-02 RRC 5-12 10/17-11/21 Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 5-6pm 6 $85/$93.50 5-6pm 6 $85/$93.50

LEAD ON KIDS!™ LEADERSHIP & DEBATE At Lead On Kids!™, children will learn the art of developing leadership qualities that make them contributing members of society. Being with like-minded peers who want to make a change will benefit their decision-making and team-building. They will become familiar with terms commonly used in debate and argumentation; learn the art of speaking eloquently and logically about issues that matter; sharpen research, creative and critical thinking skills; and learn what it means to be a leader, a team player, and a steward. Children are encouraged to speak out about ideals and ideas they feel strongly about. Visit smartmindz.net or email smartmindz@ me.com with questions. Instructor: Smartmindz Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 201392-01 RRC 10-14 9/9-10/14 M 201392-02 RRC 10-14 10/21-11/25 M

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 5-6pm 6 $85/$93.50 5-6pm 6 $85/$93.50

SPEAK UP KIDS!™ PUBLIC SPEAKING

One way to identify a confident person is through the way they communicate. Teaching the art and skill of communicating clearly and confidently to develop leaders is what Speak Up Kids!™ does best. This fun and activity-filled class will help your kids become confident and eloquent individuals. Children will learn to speak before an audience without fear while building their sense of self worth and self esteem, They will learn to treat others with dignity and respect and communicate persuasively with humor and poise, while developing their own unique speaking style. Visit smartmindz. net or email smartmindz@me.com with questions. Instructor: Smartmindz Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 201393-01 RRC 6-12 9/9-10/14 M 201393-02 RRC 6-12 10/21-11/25 M

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 4-5pm 6 $85/$93.50 4-5pm 6 $85/$93.50

PERFORMING ARTS

Drama & More

Children will enjoy and learn the art of creative writing, an essential element of communication. Children will write to strengthen their language foundation to become better communicators, and will learn the art of developing characters and story lines while editing their writing. Creative and organized ideas will be transformed into well thought-out writings. Children are encouraged to discover their own writing style through art, play and activities, and will learn to express themselves accurately and convincingly. Visit smartmindz. net or email smartmindz@me.com with questions. Instructor: Smartmindz Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 201394-01 RRC 6-12 9/5-10/10 Th 201394-02 RRC 6-12 10/17-11/21 Th

PIANO/KEYBOARD

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 4-5pm 6 $85/$93.50 4-5pm 6 $85/$93.50

Music

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 CLASS #

LOC Group 111330-01 CRC 211330-01 CRC 211330-02 CRC 211330-03 CRC 111331-01 CRC 211331-01 CRC 211331-02 CRC 211331-03 CRC Private 111334-01 CRC 111334-02 CRC 211334-01 CRC 211334-02 CRC 211334-03 CRC 211334-04 CRC 211334-05 CRC 211334-06 CRC

AGE DATES DAY

TIME

#CLSS $(RES/NR)

5-6 9/7-9/28 5-6 10/5-10/26 5-6 11/2-11/23 5-6 12/7-12/21 7-14 9/7-9/28 7-14 10/5-10/26 7-14 11/2-11/23 7-14 12/7-12/21

Sa 12:30-1pm Sa 12:30-1pm Sa 12:30-1pm Sa 12:30-1pm Sa 12:30-1pm Sa 12:30-1pm Sa 12:30-1pm Sa 12:30-1pm

4 $85/$93.50 4 $85/$93.50 4 $85/$93.50 3 $63.75/$70.20 4 $165/$181.50 4 $165/$181.50 4 $165/$181.50 3 $123.75/$136.25

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

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

4 $155/$170.50 4 $250/$275 4 $155/$170.50 4 $250/$275 4 $155/$170.50 4 $250/$275 3 $116.25/$128.25 3 $187.50/$206.50

9/7-9/28 9/7-9/28 10/5-10/26 10/5-10/26 11/2-11/23 11/2-11/23 12/7-12/21 12/7-12/21

30 min 1 hr 30 min 1 hr 30 min 1 hr 30 min 1 hr

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 private lessons by calling Russ Gold at 214-500-6704. Instructor: Gold CLASS # LOC 101380-01 RRC 101380-02 RRC 201380-01 RRC 201380-02 RRC 201380-03 RRC 201380-04 RRC 201380-05 RRC 201380-06 RRC

AGE DATES DAY 5+ 9/3-9/24 Tu 5+ 9/7-9/28 Sa 5+ 10/1-10/29 Tu 5+ 10/5-10/26 Sa 5+ 11/5-11/26 Tu 5+ 11/2-11/23 Sa 5+ 12/3-12/10 Tu 5+ 12/7 Sa

TIME #CLSS TBD 4 TBD 4 TBD 5 TBD 4 TBD 4 TBD 4 TBD 2 TBD 1

$(RES/NR) $108/$118.75 $108/$118.75 $135/$148.50 $108/$118.75 $108/$118.75 $108/$118.75 $54/$59.50 $27/$29.75

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PRESCHOOL

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 non-refundable supply fee of $9 is due to the instructor the first day of class. Please bring a snack and a drink to each class. No class 10/7. Instructor: Mrs. Buckley

CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 111005-01 CRC 3-6 9/4-9/25 M/W 9:15am-12:15pm 7 $83/$91.25 211005-01 CRC 3-6 9/30-10/23 M/W 9:15am-12:15pm 7 $83/$91.25 211005-02 CRC 3-6 10/28-11/20 M/W 9:15am-12:15pm 8 $95/$104.50 211005-03 CRC 3-6 12/2-12/18 M/W 9:15am-12:15pm 6 $71/$78

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 $9 is due to the instructor the first day of class. Please bring a sack lunch and a drink to each class. Instructor: Mrs. Buckley

CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 111000-01 CRC 3-6 9/3-9/26 Tu/Th 9:15am-2:15pm 8 $155/$170.50 211000-01 CRC 3-6 10/1-10/24 Tu/Th 9:15am-2:15pm 8 $155/$170.50 211000-02 CRC 3-6 10/29-11/21 Tu/Th 9:15am-2:15pm 8 $155/$170.50 211000-03 CRC 3-6 12/3-12/19 Tu/Th 9:15am-2:15pm 6 $116/$131.50

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 $12 non-refundable supply fee is due to the instructor the first day of class. No class 11/29. Instructor: Miss Jill

CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201000-01 RRC 3-6 8/30-10/18 F 10:45-11:35am 8 $62/$68.25 201000-02 RRC 3-6 11/1-12/20 F 10:45-11:35am 7 $55/$60.50

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 story time. Miss Jill’s love for children and children’s music makes this class come alive! Come join the fun; adults welcome to stay. No class 11/29. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 201005-01 RRC 2½-4½ 8/30-10/18 F 201005-02 RRC 2½-4½ 11/1-12/20 F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 9:45-10:25am 8 $52/$57.25 9:45-10:25am 7 $46/$50.50

KIDS KRAFTS Each class your little artist will complete a masterpiece which will be a treasure for the future. Class includes a story time that complements the theme of the art project. Your budding artist will create unique art that incorporates skills such as painting, gluing and learning basic art techniques. Sign up for Culinary Kids too, making two hours of fun and yum! A non-refundable $12 supply fee is due to the instructor the first day of class. No class on 11/29. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201030-01 RRC 3-6 8/30-10/18 F 11:45am-12:45pm 8 $58/$63.75 201030-02 RRC 3-6 11/1-12/20 F 11:45am-12:45pm 7 $51/$56

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CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 111305-01 CRC 18-34mo 9/3-9/24 Tu 10-10:35am 4 $30/$33 111305-02 CRC 18-34mo 9/3-9/24 Tu 12-12:35pm 4 $30/$33 211305-01 CRC 18-34mo 10/1-10/22 Tu 10-10:35am 4 $30/$33 211305-02 CRC 18-34mo 10/1-10/22 Tu 12-12:35pm 4 $30/$33 211305-03 CRC 18-34mo 10/29-11/19 Tu 10-10:35am 4 $30/$33 211305-04 CRC 18-34mo 10/29-11/19 Tu 12-12:35pm 4 $30/$33 211305-05 CRC 18-34mo 12/3-12/17 Tu 10-10:35am 3 $23/$25.25 211305-06 CRC 18-34mo 12/3-12/17 Tu 12-12:35pm 3 $23/$25.25

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 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 non-refundable $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 AGE DATES DAY 111300-01 CRC 3-5 9/9-9/30 M 111300-02 CRC 3-5 9/3-9/24 Tu 211300-01 CRC 3-5 10/7-10/28 M 211300-02 CRC 3-5 10/1-10/22 Tu 211300-03 CRC 3-5 11/4-11/25 M 211300-04 CRC 3-5 10/29-11/19 Tu 211300-05 CRC 3-5 12/2-12/16 M 211300-06 CRC 3-5 12/3-12/17 Tu

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 5:30-6:05pm 4 $30/$33 11-11:35am 4 $30/$33 5:30-6:05pm 4 $30/$33 11-11:35am 4 $30/$33 5:30-6:05pm 4 $30/$33 11-11:35am 4 $30/$33 5:30-6:05pm 3 $23/$25.25 11-11:35am 3 $23/$25.25

TLC (Teaching Little Children)

PRESCHOOL

LITTLE TINY DANCERS This 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. The 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. Drop ins are available only if class is not full. Instructor: Walker

Miss Jill’s 23 years 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 $12 supply fee is due to the instructor the first day of class. Children must be bathroom trained. No class 9/2, 11/27 or 11/28. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201010-01 RRC 3-5 8/27-10/17 Tu/Th 9-10:30am 16 $110/$120 201010-02 RRC 4-6 8/26-10/16 M/W 11:30am-2:30pm 15 $208/$228.75 201010-03 RRC 3-5 10/29-12/19 Tu/Th 9-10:30am 15 $110/$120 201010-04 RRC 4-6 10/28-12/18 M/W 11:30am-2:30pm 15 $208/$228.75

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, story time, art, music and PE. Manners, self-esteem and a positive environment are Miss Jill’s trademarks from 23 years of teaching, so come learn and have fun. Soon you will be hearing, “Is today the day I go to school?” Please bring a snack and drink to each class. A non-refundable $12 supply fee is due to the instructor the first day of class. Children must be bathroom trained. No class 9/2 or 11/27. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201015-01 RRC 2½-4½ 8/26-10/16 M/W 9-11:30am 15 $202/$222.25 201015-02 RRC 2½-4½ 10/28-12/18 M/W 9-11:30am 15 $202/$222.25

YOU AND ME KID

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 finale 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. No class 11/28. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 201020-01 RRC 1-5 8/27-10/17 Tu/Th 10:30-11:30am 16 $62/$68.25 201020-02 RRC 1-5 10/29-12/19 Tu/Th 10:30-11:30am 15 $62/$68.25

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SENIOR CENTER

Carrollton Senior Center Hours Trips

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

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

.Receive the free Sampler/Carrollton Senior Center Bulletin

by mail in the Senior Adult Services (SAS) bi-monthly newsletter by calling 972-242-4464.

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

2nd Friday of every month........................ Out to Lunch October 22-26..…………………………Big Bend

Veteran’s Day Celebration Monday, November 11, 11:00 am Carrollton Senior Center Texas Ballroom Veterans and widows of Veterans will be treated to lunch and a patriotic concert performed by the Dallas New Horizons Band. Please sign up at the front desk or call 972-466-4850 to reserve your place.

Monthly Themed Luncheon September 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Flamingo Farewell October 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spooktacular November 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thanksgiving Pot Luck December 19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Old Fashioned Holiday

Monthly Activities 2nd Friday • 10am

Blood Pressure and Sugar Screening by the Carrollton Fire Department

Amenities

2nd Wednesday • 10:45am-noon 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 – to play in the Tournament of Champions you must place at the last table of eight during the year. The final tournament is held in December each year. September 17, October 15, November 12, December 10 Vitamin B-12 Shots

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

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

Membership Fees

Senior 50-59 Senior 60-69 Senior 70+

Annual 3-month Resident/Non-resident Resident/Non-resident $25/$40 $9/$15 $15/$30 $6/$11 $10/$25 (lifetime fee)

Replacement Card $5 Daily Pass Senior 50+

Resident/Non-resident $2/$5

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CARROLLTON POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE (CPAL) This program is designed to teach young men and women, ages 1118, about honor, respect for themselves and peers, self-discipline, self-confidence, self-esteem, and leadership through physical fitness in sports and mentoring. Carrollton PAL offers Boxing and MMA PLUS. The program is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and registered with National PAL. A $5 donation per month is requested for the purchase and maintenance of equipment. Coaches are volunteer mentors for the program. The CPAL program is located at Crosby Recreation Center. For additional information, call 972-466-9810.

Martial Arts

BAGUA 2 – INTERNAL KUNG-FU

ADULT KARATE-BEGINNER & ADVANCED Come in and discover yourself through martial arts! This is an introduction to Okinawan karate that focuses on the basic movements and techniques that translate into real life self-defense applications and personal protection. Everyone receives personalized attention and guidance. This is a great way to get or stay in shape. We use goal-oriented exercise and training programs. Rank promotions are only intended as development milestones; this program does not charge promotion fees. Advanced karate techniques are also available. Enrollment is available during any session. Everyone is welcome to observe any class at any time. Buy one session get one session free to first-time students. Can be used by same student or bring a friend for free. Just ask front desk for details. Instructor: Parks CLASS #

LOC AGE DATES DAY Beginner Class 101150-01 RRC 15+ 9/4-10/23 M/W 101150-02 RRC 15+ 10/28-12/18 M/W Advanced Class 101151-01 RRC 15+ 9/4-10/23 M/W 101151-02 RRC 15+ 10/28-12/18 M/W

TIME

#CLSS $(RES/NR)

7-8pm 7-8pm

15 $40/$44 16 $40/$44

7-9pm 7-9pm

15 $60/$66 16 $60/$66

SPORTS PROGRAMS

Boxing

Students must have completed or be enrolled in Bagua-1 “Mind/ Body Skills” in the Pilates-Tai Chi-Yoga section before taking this class. Bagua-2 “Internal Kung-Fu” will continue to explore the Chinese internal Kung-Fu named Jiulong Baguazhang. Lessons will progressively teach effortless, continuous change of direction, attitude and force while increasing the strength and flexibility of the mind and body. This principles-based art is designed for natural self-defense along with increased health and well-being. The nonrefundable $50/$55 punch card gives you access to eight classes, expires three months after purchase and can be used in Bagua-1. Try the class for an $8 drop in. Visit ninedragonbaguazhang.com/ dallas for more information. Instructor: Ferrer CLASS # LOC 111905-01 CRC 211905-01 CRC 211905-02 CRC 211905-03 CRC

AGE DATES DAY TIME 16+ 9/7-9/28 Sa 11am-12pm 13+ 10/12-10/26 Sa 11am-12pm 13+ 11/2-11/23 Sa 11am-12pm 13+ 12/7-12/21 Sa 11am-12pm

#CLSS $(RES/NR) Ongoing $50/$55 Ongoing $50/$55 Ongoing $50/$55 Ongoing $50/$55

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) 111131-01 CRC 6-12 9/12-10/17 Th 6:30-7:45pm 6 $46/$51 111131-02 CRC 13+ 9/9-10/17 M 7:15-8:30pm 12 $60/$66 Th 7:45-8:30pm 211131-01 CRC 6-12 10/31-12/12 Th 6:30-7:45pm 6 $46/$51 211131-02 CRC 13+ 10/28-12/12 M 7:15-8:30pm 13 $65/$70 Th 7:45-8:30pm

Advanced Classes (requires permission from instructor) 111131-03 CRC 6+ 9/9-10/14 M 6-7:15pm 6 $46/$51 211131-03 CRC 6+ 10/28-12/9 M 6-7:15pm 7 $54/$59

RED TIGER KARATE

Show us why you are proud to live in Carrollton. Enter our Centennial Photo Contest! See page 19 for details.

Learn American Karate in this white through black belt program that runs year-round. The junior program for kids 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 adult 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. Instructor: Margach Format CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLss $(RES/NR) New Students 221150-01 SRC 5-12 9/13-11/15 F 6-7pm 10 $60/$66 Returning 221150-02 SRC 5-12 9/13-11/15 F 7-8pm 10 $60/$66 Teen/Adults 221150-03 SRC 13+ 9/13-11/15 F 8-9pm 10 $60/$66

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SPORTS PROGRAMS

ROOKIES 3-5 This super-fun program is a great opportunity for your child to get an introduction into, team sports like soccer, t-ball and basketball in a low competitive environment. this is a multi-sport program that includes skill development and fun-based games. No class on 11/28. Instructor: Bowmen Sports CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 111140-01 CRC 3-5 9/5-10/10 Th 211140-01 CRC 3-5 10/17-12/5 Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 5:30-6pm 6 $55/$60.50 5:30-6pm 7 $65/$66.50

ROOKIES BEGINNER SOCCER Join our fun and all new skill-based, indoor soccer program. Skills learned: passing, dribbling, shooting and teamwork. This soccer skills program is specially designed for elementary aged players. Groups divided by age and skill level. No class on 11/28. Instructor: Bowmen Sports CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 111141-01 CRC 6-11 9/5-10/10 Th 6:15-7:15pm 6 $74/$81.50 211141-01 CRC 6-11 10/17-12/5 Th 6:15-7:15pm 7 $84/$92.50

Sports

BEGINNER BASKETBALL & 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 DAY 101190-01 RRC 4-5 9/9-10/14 M 101190-02 RRC 4-5 10/21-12/2 M 101190-03 RRC 6-12 9/9-10/14 M 101190-04 RRC 6-12 10/21-12/2 M 101190-05 RRC 6-12 9/9-10/14 M

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 4:30-5:15pm 6 $60/$66 4-5:15pm 7 $70/$77 5:30-6:30pm 6 $65/$71.50 6:30-7:30pm 7 $75/$82.50 6:30-7:30pm 6 $65/$71.50

TGA PREMIER JUNIOR GOLF

TGA Premier Junior Golf class is an after-school program that encourages golf participation in players of all levels. The program has a student workbook with the opportunity for advancement through five levels of the program. Junior golfers will learn about rules and etiquette, character development themes and the various skills needed to play the game. TGA Premiere Junior Golf is led by PGA Professional Troy Lewis. His staff is well trained in the area of junior golf development. Participants will receive prizes at the end of each session to signify their achievement. Instructor: TGA Premier Junior Golf CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 111120-01 CRC 6-12 9/9-9/30 M 201120-01 RRC 6-12 10/7-10/28 M 211120-01 CRC 6-12 11/4-11/18 M 211120-02 CRC 6-12 12/2-12/16 M

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6-7pm 4 $75/$82.50 6-7pm 4 $75/$82.50 6-7pm 3 $57/$62.75 6-7pm 3 $57/$62.75

RACQUETBALL This is a set your own time co-ed league. A-1 is the Elite League. A-2 is for players looking for a better challenge than the B-1 league but 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 972-466-9812 or visit cityofcarrollton.com/athletics for more information or help in selecting a level. CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME $(RES/NR) 101850-01 RRC 16+ 10/1-12/15 TBD TBD $15/$20 101850-02 RRC 16+ 10/1-12/15 TBD TBD $15/$20 101850-03 RRC 16+ 10/1-12/15 TBD TBD $15/$20 101850-04 RRC 16+ 10/1-12/15 TBD TBD $15/$20

ROLLOUT

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RACQUETBALL ROSEMEADE

Rosemeade Recreation Center invites you to participate in the City’s first annual “ROSEMEADE ROLLOUT” racquetball tournament. This will be a double elimination format with divisions in OPEN, A, B, C and WOMEN’S. Prizes for first place in each division, door prizes and a shirt for each player. Space is limited so sign up now and enjoy two days of great racquetball. For more information, contact Grant Carver at 972-466-9812 or email grant.carver@ cityofcarrollton.com. LOC AGE DATES $(RES/NR) RRC 16+ 9/13-9/14 $25/$30

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

Court Fees

Adult & Youth

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 also home to local middle school and high school teams.

Hours of Operation FALL HOURS (ENDs ON november 23)

Monday-Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30am-10pm Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30am-8pm Saturday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30am-6pm Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . noon-7pm

Winter HOURS (NOVEmber 24 – February 9, 2014) Monday-Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9am-10pm Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9am-8pm Saturday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9am-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.

Pro Shop/Racquet Servicing

OCTC carries Babolat, Dunlop, Head, Prince and Wilson racquets, strings, grips and accessories at competitive prices. Stringing is 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. ci t yofcarroll ton.com /tenni s • Facili t y hours, fees and programming s ubject to change.

Resident Non-resident

$2.50

$4

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Oak Creek Tennis Center Facility Use Prices

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 1-hour increments at Oak Creek Tennis Center. The courts are available during park hours, which are 5am to 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.

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 972-466-6388.

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.

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Adult Tennis Classes Adult Tennis Drills

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 class: Resident: $63; Non-resident: $70 1½ hour class: Resident: $90; Non-resident: $100 Drop ins allowed based on availability and pro approval. 1 hr class: $15; 1½ hr class: $22

Session 1: Session 2: Session 3:

September 7-October 10 October 12-November 14 November 16-December 19 *(No class November 27 & 28) (Classes meet once a week for 5 weeks)

BEGINNER: NTRP 2.0 - 2.5 Monday 6-7pm Tuesday 6-7pm Wednesday 6-7pm Thursday 6-7pm Saturday 9-10am

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 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) M 7-8:30pm 4.0 and above $16/$18 W 7-8:30pm 4.0 and above $16/$18 Sa 1-2:30pm 4.0 and above $16/$18

Cardio tennis (NTRP 3.5-4.0) This fast paced drill is sure to get you moving! The Cardio Tennis Drills will keep you on your toes for the entire hour and a half! • Sign up ONLINE 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 (except on holidays). Day Time Level $(Res/NR) M 7-8:30pm 3.5-4.0 $16/$18 W 7-8:30pm 3.5-4.0 $16/$18

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

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“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 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 (9/6, 10/4, 11/1, 12/6). DAY 1st Friday

TIME 6:30-9pm

LEVEL All

$ RES/NR) $16/$18

Adult Tennis Leagues

SINGLES LEAGUES

TENNIS

Adult Tennis Events

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:

August 12-October 3 October 14-December 12

* (Leagues meet once a week for eight weeks) DATES Mens 4.5 – Monday Mens 4.0 – Tuesday Womens 3.0 – Flex Mens 4.0 – Thursday

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

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

Looking for that perfect location for a party to celebrate a special occasion? Look no further than the City of Carrollton.

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

Mary Heads Carter Pavilion

972-466-9800 • 2320 Heads Lane Accommodates 150

Sports Fields (various locations) 972-466-9833

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 972-466-9800 • 1103 W. 3rd Street

Ask about our rental rates and book your next event close to home.

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 972-466-9800

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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 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.

Drop ins allowed based on availability and pro approval. (All drop ins are charged 20% above the one day class rate.) For questions regarding junior programming, contact Coach Chris at oakcreekjrs@gmail.com.

Beginner & Intermediate (Under 10 yrs)

4-Week Fees: $50 Resident/$55 Non-resident per session One 60 minute classes per week $86 Resident/$95 Non-resident per session Two 60 minute classes per week $72 Resident/$80 Non-resident per session One 90 minute classes per week $126 Resident/$140 Non-resident per session Two 90 minute classes per week $167 Resident/$185 Non-resident per session Three 90 minute classes per week

Fall Session Dates: Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Thanksgiving Camp Holiday Camp 1 Holiday Camp 2

August 26-September 22 September 23-October 20 October 21-November 17 November 25-December 22 November 18-20 December 26-28 January 2-4

PEEWEE TENNIS: Ages 4-6 This specialized program is designed to stimulate, challenge and appeal to children 4-6 years old. Children will learn motor skills necessary to play tennis and other sports throughout their lives. Students will use the red USTA approved low-compression ball and the 36’ court. Age Day 4-6 M 4-6 Tu 4-6 W 4-6 Th 4-6 Sa

Time Sessions 4:30-5:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 4:30-5:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 4:30-5:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 4:30-5:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 9-10am 1, 2, 3, 4

RED BALL 1: Ages 7-8 RED BALL 1 is designed for beginning players. Basic tennis skills will be introduced on a 36’ court using a red low-compression ball. Quick Start teaching methodology will be used in this class. Age Day Time Sessions 7-8 M 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 7-8 Tu 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 7-8 W 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 7-8 Th 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 7-8 Sa 9-10:30am 1, 2, 3, 4 7-8 Su 12-1:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4

RED BALL 2: Ages 7-8 This class will build upon the skills introduced in RED BALL 1. Students will learn movement while hitting the ball and play games designed to improve their tennis skills. The red low-compression ball will be used on the 36’ court. Age Day Time Sessions 7-8 M 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 7-8 Tu 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 7-8 W 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 7-8 Th 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 7-8 Sa 9-10:30am 1, 2, 3, 4

ORANGE BALL 1: Ages 9-10 This introductory class is designed to introduce basic tennis skills for students aged 9-10. Students participating in this class will be using the ORANGE BALL on the 60’ court. This ball has a slightly bigger bounce than the red ball. Rackets, balls and the court are all appropriately sized for this age student. Age Day Time Sessions 9-10 M 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 9-10 Tu 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 9-10 W 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 9-10 Th 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 9-10 Sa 9-10:30am 1, 2, 3, 4 9-10 Su 12-1:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4

ORANGE BALL 2: Ages 9-10 Students will learn movement while hitting the ball and play games designed to improve their tennis skills. This class will build upon the skills introduced in ORANGE BALL 1. Players will work on rallying and move toward tournament play.

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Age Day Time Sessions 9-10 M 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 9-10 Tu 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 9-10 W 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 9-10 Th 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 9-10 Sa 9-10:30am 1, 2, 3, 4

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Youth Tennis (under 10 & Over 11)

4-Week Fees: $72 Resident/$80 Non-resident-per session One 90 minute class per week $126 Resident/$140 Non-resident-per session Two 90 minute classes per week $167 Resident/$185 Non-resident-per session Three 90 minute classes per week $86 Resident/$95 Non-resident-per session One 105 minute classes per week $158 Resident/$175 Non-resident-per session Two 105 minute classes per week $207 Resident/$230 Non-resident-per session Three 105 minute classes per week $252 Resident/$280 Non-resident-per session Four 105 minute classes per week

Fall Session Dates:

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Thanksgiving Camp Holiday Camp 1 Holiday Camp 2

August 26-September 22 September 23-October 20 October 21-November 17 November 25-December 22 November 18-20 December 26-28 January 2-4

Pre-Junior Development, Beginner Kids Tennis (Pre-JD) This program is designed for beginner students ages 11-16. This is a great way to learn to hit the ball, gain confidence, meet other children and begin to play games and tennis matches while having fun! Age Day Time Sessions 11-16 M 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 11-16 Tu 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 11-16 W 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 11-16 Th 4:30-6pm 1, 2, 3, 4 11-16 Sa 10:30am-12pm 1, 2, 3, 4

Red Ball 3 & Orange Ball 3 This program is designed for advanced young players ages 7-10 participating in ZAT and DPTA tournaments. This class emphasizes advanced spins and court movement/tactics. Players in this group are required to play tournaments throughout the year and set goals for their improvement. Age Day Time Sessions 7-10 M 5:45-7:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 7-10 Tu 5:45-7:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 7-10 W 5:45-7:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 7-10 F 5:45-7:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 7-10 Sa 10:30am-12:15pm 1, 2, 3, 4

Junior Development 1 & 2 (JD1, JD2)

TENNIS

Advanced

This program is designed for players ages 11-16 participating in ZAT and DPTA tournaments or on junior high teams. This class emphasizes advanced spins and court movement/tactics. Players in this group are required to play tournaments throughout the year and set goals for their improvement. Age Day Time Sessions 11-16 M 5:45-7:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 11-16 Tu 5:45-7:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 11-16 W 5:45-7:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 11-16 F 5:45-7:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 11-16 Sa 10:30am-12:15pm 1, 2, 3, 4

Junior Development 3 (JD3)

This program is designed for players ages 11-18 participating in champ, superchamp or varsity high school teams. This class emphasizes advanced tactics, movement and tournament-level competition. Players in this group are required to play tournaments throughout the year. Travel teams available for out of town tournaments. Age Day Time Sessions 11-18 M 5:45-7:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 11-18 Tu 5:45-7:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 11-18 W 5:45-7:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 11-18 F 5:45-7:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4 11-18 Sa 10:30am-12:15pm 1, 2, 3, 4

Holiday Camps Players must wear athletic shoes. (please bring non-marking soled shoes). Players are encouraged to wear sunscreen, bring a tennis racquet, comfortable clothes including a visor or cap and a snack. Ice water provided.

Fees:

$54 Resident/$60 Non-resident-per session Three 90 minute classes per week $77 Resident/$85 Non-resident-per session Three 120 minute classes per week

Camp Dates: Holiday Camp 1 Holiday Camp 2

December 26-28 January 2-4

Red Ball - Orange Ball Holiday Camp An exciting week of fun and tennis improvement! Each camp will involve students with tennis-related drills, game play and strokespecific activities. Participants will be grouped by age and then by ability. Age Day Time Camp Date 7-10 M-W 9-10:30am 11/18-11/20 7-10 Th-Sa 9-10:30am 12/26-12/28 7-10 Th-Sa 9-10:30am 1/2-1/4

JD Holiday Camp Players will work on match play strategy in a game environment under supervision of tennis staff. Games such as singles and doubles attack drills, along with full court rotation games, will be played. Participants will be grouped by ability. Age Day Time Camp Date 11-18 Th-Sa 10:30am-12:30pm 12/26-12/28 11-18 Th-Sa 10:30am-12:30pm 1/2-1/4

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VARIED INTERESTS

CHESS TEMPO

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 DAY 102130-01 RRC 5-15 9/9-9/30 M 202130-01 RRC 5-15 10/7-10/28 M 202130-02 RRC 5-15 11/4-11/18 M 202130-03 RRC 5-15 12/2-12/16 M

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6-7pm 4 $48/$52.75 6-7pm 4 $48/$52.75 6-7pm 3 $36/$39.50 6-7pm 3 $36/$39.50

GLITZ & GLAM BIRTHDAY PARTY Please be advised that makeup may cause an allergic reaction in some people. Parents, how would you like to show up to a readymade 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. Instructor: Jackson CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME $(RES/NR) Sa 2-4pm $60/$66 102100-01 RRC 8-14 9/7-9/28 202100-01 RRC 8-14 10/5-12/21 Sa 2-4pm $60/$66

PAGEANT PERFECT BOOTCAMP Are you a young lady looking for an opportunity to earn a scholarship? Local beauty pageants offer cash or specific scholarships for your college education. This bootcamp will provide all the guidance you need to achieve winning results! We will demonstrate and cover the following: posture and walking, photos, talent selection, interview skills, makeup and wardrobe and more. Instructor: Jackson CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 202110-01 RRC 6-13 10/12 Sa

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 2-4pm 1 $60/$66

Parties & Special Events

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 from 1-3pm Saturdays from 3-5pm or Sundays in the afternoon Fees:

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$120 Residents/$132 Non-residents and a $25 Deposit

Outdoor Education

FAMILY CAMPOUT

Join us for a night of fun as we hike The Elm Fork Nature Preserve, eat a camp style dinner, sit by the campfire and sleep in tents. All tents, sleeping bags and a camp style dinner will be provided. Price is for a family of four, each additional family member is $10. Instructor: Master Naturalist Dusty Pilgrim CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 112106-01 EFNC 5+ 9/13-9/14 F/Sa 112106-02 EFNC 5+ 9/27-9/28 F/Sa 211906-01 EFNC 5+ 10/11-10/12 F/Sa 211906-02 EFNC 5+ 10/25-10/26 F/Sa 211906-03 EFNC 5+ 11/8-11/9 F/Sa 211906-04 EFNC 5+ 12/6-12/7 F/Sa

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 7pm-8am 2 $60/$66 7pm-8am 2 $60/$66 7pm-8am 2 $60/$66 7pm-8am 2 $60/$66 7pm-8am 2 $60/$66 7pm-8am 2 $60/$66

FAMILY NIGHT HIKE & DINNER

Hike with headlamps through the Elm Fork Nature Preserve. Hikers will be introduced to the nocturnal inhabitants of Elm Fork. Master Naturalist Dusty Pilgrim will lead hikers as we explore the things that lurk in the night. Price is for a family of four, each additional family member is $10. Camp dinner will also be served. Instructor: Adv & Outfit Frisco Wilderness CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 152105-01 EFNC 5+ 9/20 F 252105-01 EFNC 5+ 10/4 F 252105-02 EFNC 5+ 10/18 F F 252105-03 EFNC 5+ 11/1 252105-04 EFNC 5+ 11/15 F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 7-9pm 1 $40/$44 7-9pm 1 $40/$44 7-9pm 1 $40/$44 7-9pm 1 $40/$44 7-9pm 1 $40/$44

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Memberships are required to take advantage of the variety of fitness and leisure amenities at Rosemeade Recreation Center, Crosby Recreation Center and the Carrollton Senior Center. Requirements and fees differ for each facility. Visit a recreation facility, show your card and join the action! Facility hours and fees subject to change.

Crosby Recreation Center For information on Crosby Recreation Center fees or activities, call 972-466-9810.

Amenities Basketball Gym • Fitness Center • Meeting Rooms Game Room / Snack Area Variety of Table Games and Puzzles Locker Rooms with Showers

Carrollton Senior Center See page 30 for information.

Rosemeade Recreation Center For information on Rosemeade Recreation Center fees or activities, call 972-466-9800.

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

Oak Creek Tennis Center See page 33 for information.

Carrollton Parks & Recreation 24-Hour Recorded Special Events Hotline: 972-466-9135

The registration form is online at cityofcarrollton.com. For your convenience, recreation centers accept Visa and MasterCard for all Parks and Recreation fees.

Memberships

Crosby Recreation Center and Rosemeade Recreation Center Also includes access for members 50+ to the Carrollton Senior Center.

MEMBERSHIP FEES

Recreation Facility User Fees

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 Resident Non-Resident Senior 65+ Adult 16-64 Youth 9-15

$4 $7 $4

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FACILITY

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 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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REFUND POLICY

Parks & Recreation Refund Policy

Refund/Transfer

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Refund requests must be properly completed and submitted within the timeframe indicated by the policy.

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Anytime before three days of start date, a household credit or refund, less the $5 administrative fee, will be given.

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Unless program/event is cancelled by the City, all approved refunds/transfers/credits are subject to a $5 administrative fee.

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Refund requests made within one day of purchase will be granted, but must be processed the same as other refunds and will be less the $5 administrative fee.

Within three days of start date or after program begins, only prorated household credits will be considered and merit of requests will be on a case by case basis. Any pre-paid expenses (tickets, staffing, supplies, etc.) and a $5 administrative fee will be deducted from credit.

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All refund requests must be approved by a City Coordinator or Supervisor. All transfers must be approved by an Instructor and Parks and Recreation Coordinator or Supervisor.

Facility Memberships A household credit or refund, less the $5 administrative fee, will be given up to ten (10) days after purchase.

Trips, Special Events and One Day Classes

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Programs

On trips/events coordinated by the City, refunds/credits must be requested before the event and will be less any prepaid expenses (tickets, staffing, supplies, etc.) and the $5 administrative fee. Trips/events coordinated by an outside agency will be subject to that agency’s refund policy.

Facility Rentals

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Within three days of purchase, 100% of deposit will be refunded/credited less the $5 administrative fee.

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After three days of purchase and up to three days before event, 10 0 % of the rental fee and 50 % of deposit will be refunded/credited less the $5 administrative fee.

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Within three days of event, 100% of the rental fee and no refund/credit of deposit will be given.

Register online! cityofcarrollton.com/signupnow Register for your family’s programs in the comfort of your home.

Registration for Carrollton residents begins August 5. Non-residents may begin registration August 19. Classes begin September 3.

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VETERAN’S DAY CELEBRATION Monday, November 11 • 11 am Carrollton Senior Center Texas Ballroom Veterans and widows of Veterans will be treated to lunch and a patriotic concert performed by the Dallas New Horizons Band. Please sign up at the front desk or call 972-466-4850 to reserve your place.

Rosemeade Recreation Center

Teen Council

3rd Tuesday @ 6:30 p m 1 5 . • Nov. 1 17 • Oct . 9• p e S Dec . Are you between 13 and 17 years of age and interested in making a difference in your community? Come to our monthly meetings to discuss how you can put your stamp on the Center. We will have pizza and drinks for all who participate. For more information, please contact Grant Carver at 972-466-9812 or email grant.carver@cityofcarrollton.com

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LEISURE CALENDAR

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Pooch Pool Party, Rosemeade Swimming Complex, 972-466-9833

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Neighborhoods Networking Forum, Josey Ranch Lake Library, 972-466-4299

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Community Garage Sale, Crosby Recreation Center, 972-466-9810

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Homestead How-To Day, A.W. Perry Homestead Museum,

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Santa Fe Days, Downtown Carrollton, 972-242-6453

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

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Model Train Display, Crosby Recreation Center, 972-466-9810

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Festival at the Switchyard, Downtown Carrollton, 972-466-3593

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Photos with Santa, A.W. Perry Homestead Museum, 972-466-6380

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Thanksgiving Art, Hebron and Josey Library, 972-466-4800

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Christmas on the Square, Downtown Carrollton, 972-466-4490

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Gingerbread House Display and Auction, Josey Ranch Lake Library, 972-466-6380

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12 Days of Winter Break Begins, Carrollton Public Library, 972-466-4800

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24 & 25 Christmas Holiday (no classes, City facilities closed)

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