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2 Centennial Community Events 4 Aquatics 11 Arts & Crafts 14 Athletics 16 Community Events 20 Fitness & Wellness 24 Golf 25 Gymnastics 27 Library 31 Museum 33 Performing Arts 35 Preschool 37 Senior Center 38 Sports Programs 41 Tennis 45 Varied Interests 46 Facility Rentals 47 Membership Fees 48 Leisure Amenities 49 Leisure Map 50 Refund Policy 51 Dig Into Reading at the Library 52 Save the Date – Calendar Highlights

On the cover…

Join us for the Carrollton Trails 5K and 1-mile Fun Walk on Saturday, May 4. Enjoy this race as you run through one of Carrollton’s best assets, the hike and bike trails. Awards will be given by category for the 5K competitive run. See page 16 for more details.

City Leisure Services Directory Aquatics Swim Class/Pool Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-466-9894 Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex 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 Sunday 2pm-6pm; Monday 10am-9pm; Tuesday noon-9pm; Wednesday 10am-6pm; Thursday noon-9pm; Friday Closed; Saturday 10am-6pm

at Josey Ranch Lake: 1700 Keller Springs Road Sunday 2pm-6pm; Monday 10am-9pm; Tuesday 10am-6pm; Wednesday noon-9pm; Thursday Closed; Friday 10am-6pm; Saturday 10am-6pm

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INDEX & DIRECTORY

On the Inside

Carrollton Senior Center 1720 Keller Springs Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-466-4850 Monday, Wednesday & 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 Summer hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30am-10pm; Friday 8:30am-8pm; Saturday, 8:30am-6pm; Sunday noon-7pm 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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AQUATICS

Aquatics W.J. Thomas Splash Park 1950 N. Perry Road

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

Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex 1334 Rosemeade Parkway • 972-466-6399

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

Hours

Pre-Season Hours

Saturday, May 25 .................... 10am-6pm Sunday, May 26.............................. 1-6pm Monday, May 27...................... 10am-6pm Saturday, June 1...................... 10am-6pm Sunday, June 2.. .............................. 1-6pm

Daily Swimming begins Sunday, June 9 Rosemeade Rainforest

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

Fees

Admission to Rosemeade Swimming Complex is $5 for residents and $9 for non-residents Monday-Friday, and $6 for residents and $10 for non-residents Saturday and Sunday. Weekend rates will also apply to Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day. Proof of residency is required for resident rates. Children 2 and under are admitted free when accompanied by an adult. Children 10 and under will not be admitted into the pool area unless accompanied by a responsible adult. The adult must stay with the child while at the pool. All persons entering the facility must pay admission.

Passes

Book passes of 20, family passes and individual passes are available. Photo identification and proof of residency is required in order to purchase a resident pass. All family members must present a photo ID. Family passes and individual passes may be purchased beginning April 1 at Rosemeade Recreation Center. Book passes may be purchased at the pool starting May 25. Family passes, individual passes and book passes are only good for the year purchased and no exchanges or refunds will be granted.

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

Swim Attire

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

Lap Swimming

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

POOL Pass Holder Party

All 2013 individual and family season pass holders are invited to a pool party (pool pass holders only) on Friday, June 21, from 7-10pm at Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex. Join us for open swim, games and summer time fun. For more information, call 972-466-9833.

Rosemeade Main Pool

Saturday. . ................................. 10am-6pm Sunday............................................ 1-6pm Monday-Thursday........................... 1-8pm Friday.............................................. 1-6pm *Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex will open at 2pm on Saturday, June 8 and will close at 4pm on Friday, June 28 due to swim meets.

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July 4 – rosemeade POOL WILL BE OPEN 10am-6pm

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We will start taking table reservations and private party reservations from the public on April 29. All reservations will need to be made at the Athletics Office in the Rosemeade Recreation Center MondayFriday, 8am-5pm, before the pool opens on May 25. After May 25, all reservations must be made at the pool during normal operating hours. For more information, please visit cityofcarrollton.com/ rosemeadepool or call 972-466-9835.

Table Reservations

Tables are available to rent during daily operating hours. Pool admission for all guests is additional. Table reservations must be made up to 24 hours in advance. 6 Foot Table Weekday (Mon-Fri)

Residents Non-Residents $7 $12

Weekend (Sat & Sun) Fee is per table, per hour

$10 $15

Party deck Reservations

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

private Party Reservations

Private parties can be held during non-public swim hours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday between May 24 and September 1 during the hours of 6:30-8:30pm, 8:30-10:30pm or 6:30-10:30pm. A deposit of half the amount is due at the time of the rental. The prices listed below are for rental of the Rosemeade Rainforest section or the Rosemeade Main Pool section (price is double if you rent both sides). Prices include lifeguards and access to the facility.* Group size is determined by the number of people in the facility, not the number of people swimming. Group Size 1-90 Guests 91-150 Guests 151-210 Guests 211+ Guests

2 Hour Party $300 $350 $400 $450

4 Hour Party $600 $700 $800 $900

*Depending on group size, additional guards may be required.

Swim Lessons

AQUATICS

Parties

Host a party at the Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex! Reservations can be made to rent tables or the party deck during daily operating hours or private parties during non-public swim hours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings.

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

Monday, June 10 – Thursday, June 20

Session 2:

Monday, June 24 – Friday, July 5 *class will meet Friday, July 5 due to 4th of July holiday

Session 3:

Monday, July 8 – Thursday, July 18

Session 4:

Monday, July 22 – Thursday, August 1

Session 5:

Monday, August 5 – Thursday, August 15

INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY

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

Swim lesson REFUND POLICY

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

GROUP CLASSES

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

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To aid in class selection, this chart provides course objectives and skills to be tested by the end of each session: Parent & Tot Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Preschool Safety around the pool Water entry Breath holding

Entry/Exit

Entry/Exit

Entry by jumping

Blow bubbles

Bobbing

Bobbing

Fully submerging and breath holding

Headfirst entry from sitting position

Face submerging

Front/Back float and glide

Kicking

Recovery

Arm actions

Roll from front to back/back to front

Front/Back floating and gliding

Treading

Front/Back float and glide Jellyfish and Tuck float Recovery

Arm/Leg action

Roll from front to back/back to front

Combined arm/leg action

Change direction

Alternating arm/leg action Simultaneous arm/ leg action

Treading Finning arm action Combined arm/leg action

Headfirst entry from side Swim under water

Bobbing while moving

Feet first surface dive

Rotary breathing

Survival swimming

Survival float

Front crawl open turn

Back float

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

Butterfly

Elementary backstroke

Flutter and dolphin kick

Shallow angle dive

Surface dive

Tuck/Pike surface dive

Diving from poolside

Front flip turn

Takeoff from deck

Backstroke flip turn

Tuck/Pike jump

Treading

Treading

Front/Back crawl

Front/Back crawl

Breaststroke

Breaststroke

Butterfly

Butterfly

Elementary backstroke

Elementary backstroke

Standard scull

Sidestroke

Sidestroke

Flip turns Open turns

Elementary backstroke Sidestroke

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS

Each student receives one-on-one instruction with a certified American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor; designed to meet the student’s swimming needs at any skill level. CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 662400-10 6/10 Rose. 3½+ 662400-11 6/10 Rose. 3½+ 662400-12 6/10 Rose. 3½+ 662400-13 6/17 Rose. 3½+ 662400-14 6/17 Rose. 3½+ 662400-15 6/17 Rose. 3½+ 662400-16 6/24 Rose. 3½+ 662400-17 6/24 Rose. 3½+ 662400-18 6/24 Rose. 3½+ 662400-19 7/1* Rose. 3½+ 662400-20 7/1* Rose. 3½+ 662400-21 7/1* Rose. 3½+ 662400-22 7/8 Rose. 3½+ 662400-23 7/8 Rose. 3½+ 662400-24 7/8 Rose. 3½+ 662400-25 7/15 Rose. 3½+ 662400-26 7/15 Rose. 3½+ 662400-27 7/15 Rose. 3½+ 662400-28 7/22 Rose. 3½+ 662400-29 7/22 Rose. 3½+ 662400-30 7/22 Rose. 3½+ 662400-31 7/29 Rose. 3½+ 662400-32 7/29 Rose. 3½+ 662400-33 7/29 Rose. 3½+ 662400-34 8/5 Rose. 3½+ 662400-35 8/5 Rose. 3½+ 662400-36 8/5 Rose. 3½+ 662400-37 8/12 Rose. 3½+ 662400-38 8/12 Rose. 3½+ 662400-39 8/12 Rose. 3½+

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

*Classes will meet Friday, July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

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PARENT & Tot (RATIO 1:10)

The foundation of the Parent and Tot class is a set of basic skills that prepares young children to become comfortable in the water. Skills taught include water adjustment, increased confidence and coordination, showing comfort while maintaining a front and back position and demonstrating breath control and water safety education. A responsible adult is required to participate with the child. CLASS# STARTS 662407-10 6/10 662407-11 6/10 662407-12 6/10 662407-13 6/10 662407-14 6/10 662407-20 6/24* 662407-21 6/24* 662407-22 6/24* 662407-23 6/24* 662407-24 6/24* 662407-30 7/8 662407-31 7/8 662407-32 7/8 662407-33 7/8 662407-34 7/8 662407-40 7/22 662407-41 7/22 662407-42 7/22 662407-43 7/22 662407-44 7/22 662407-50 8/5 662407-51 8/5 662407-52 8/5 662407-53 8/5 662407-54 8/5

LOC AGE Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs Rose. 9mos-2yrs

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

*Classes will meet Friday, July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

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Skills taught include fundamentals of water safety, buoyancy, breath control, swimming on front and back, changing directions and water entry and exit. This class may be divided into three separate groups (beginner, intermediate and advanced) on the first day. CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 662408-10 6/10 Rose. 3-4 662408-11 6/10 Rose. 3-4 662408-12 6/10 Rose. 3-4 662408-13 6/10 Rose. 3-4 662408-14 6/10 Rose. 3-4 662408-15 6/10 Rose. 3-4 662408-16 6/10 Rose. 3-4 662408-17 6/10 Rose. 3-4 662408-20 6/24* Rose. 3-4 662408-21 6/24* Rose. 3-4 662408-22 6/24* Rose. 3-4 662408-23 6/24* Rose. 3-4 662408-24 6/24* Rose. 3-4 662408-25 6/24* Rose. 3-4 662408-26 6/24* Rose. 3-4 662408-27 6/24* Rose. 3-4 662408-30 7/8 Rose. 3-4 662408-31 7/8 Rose. 3-4 662408-32 7/8 Rose. 3-4 662408-33 7/8 Rose. 3-4 662408-34 7/8 Rose. 3-4 662408-35 7/8 Rose. 3-4 662408-36 7/8 Rose. 3-4 662408-37 7/8 Rose. 3-4 662408-38 7/8 Rose. 3-4 662408-40 7/22 Rose. 3-4 662408-41 7/22 Rose. 3-4 662408-42 7/22 Rose. 3-4 662408-43 7/22 Rose. 3-4 662408-44 7/22 Rose. 3-4 662408-45 7/22 Rose. 3-4 662408-46 7/22 Rose. 3-4 662408-47 7/22 Rose. 3-4 662408-50 8/5 Rose. 3-4 662408-51 8/5 Rose. 3-4 662408-52 8/5 Rose. 3-4 662408-53 8/5 Rose. 3-4 662408-54 8/5 Rose. 3-4 662408-55 8/5 Rose. 3-4 662408-56 8/5 Rose. 3-4 662408-57 8/5 Rose. 3-4

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

*Classes will meet Friday, July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

LEVEL 1 (RATIO 1:3)

The objective of Level 1 is to learn basic personal water safety skills to help children feel comfortable in the water. Basic skills include water adjustment, beginning stroke skills and safety. CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 662401-10 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662401-11 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662401-12 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662401-13 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662401-14 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662401-20 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662401-21 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662401-22 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662401-23 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662401-24 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662401-30 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662401-31 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662401-32 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662401-33 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662401-34 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662401-40 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662401-41 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662401-42 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662401-43 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662401-44 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662401-50 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662401-51 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662401-52 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662401-53 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662401-54 8/5 Rose. 5+

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

AQUATICS

PRESCHOOL (RATIO 1:3)

*Classes will meet Friday, July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

LEVEL 2 (RATIO 1:4)

The objective of Level 2 is for students to propel themselves on their front and back using coordinated arm and leg action. Students will also learn to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Treading water and bobbing are also introduced. CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 662402-10 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662402-11 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662402-12 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662402-13 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662402-14 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662402-20 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662402-21 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662402-22 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662402-23 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662402-24 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662402-30 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662402-31 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662402-32 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662402-33 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662402-34 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662402-40 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662402-41 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662402-42 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662402-43 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662402-44 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662402-50 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662402-51 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662402-52 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662402-53 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662402-54 8/5 Rose. 5+

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

*Classes will meet Friday, July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

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LEVEL 3 (RATIO 1:4)

The objective of Level 3 is to continue improvement on front and back crawl and personal water safety. Students will also be introduced to elementary backstroke, rotary breathing, dolphin kick and breaststroke kick. CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 662403-10 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662403-11 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662403-12 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662403-13 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662403-14 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662403-15 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662403-16 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662403-17 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662403-20 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662403-21 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662403-22 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662403-23 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662403-24 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662403-25 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662403-26 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662403-27 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662403-30 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662403-31 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662403-32 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662403-33 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662403-34 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662403-35 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662403-36 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662403-37 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662403-40 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662403-41 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662403-42 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662403-43 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662403-44 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662403-45 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662403-46 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662403-47 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662403-50 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662403-51 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662403-52 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662403-53 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662403-54 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662403-55 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662403-56 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662403-57 8/5 Rose. 5+

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

LEVEL 5 (RATIO 1:5)

The objective of Level 5 is to continue improvement on front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly. This level will introduce sidestroke and personal water safety. CLASS# STARTS LOC 662405-10 6/10 Rose. 662405-11 6/10 Rose. 662405-12 6/10 Rose. 662405-20 6/24* Rose. 662405-21 6/24* Rose. 662405-22 6/24* Rose. 662405-30 7/8 Rose. 662405-31 7/8 Rose. 662405-32 7/8 Rose. 662405-40 7/22 Rose. 662405-41 7/22 Rose. 662405-42 7/22 Rose. 662405-50 8/5 Rose. 662405-51 8/5 Rose. 662405-52 8/5 Rose.

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

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

*Classes will meet Friday, July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

LEVEL 6 (RATIO 1:5)

The objective of Level 6 is to refine strokes so students swim with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. CLASS# STARTS LOC 662406-10 6/10 Rose. 662406-11 6/10 Rose. 662406-20 6/24* Rose. 662406-21 6/24* Rose. 662406-30 7/8 Rose. 662406-31 7/8 Rose. 662406-40 7/22 Rose. 662406-41 7/22 Rose. 662406-50 8/5 Rose. 662406-51 8/5 Rose.

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

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

*Classes will meet Friday, July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

*Classes will meet Friday, July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

LEVEL 4 (RATIO 1:4)

The objective of Level 4 is to continue improvement on front and back crawl and elementary backstroke. This level will introduce the breaststroke, butterfly, scissor kick and personal water safety.

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CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 662404-10 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662404-11 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662404-12 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662404-13 6/10 Rose. 5+ 662404-20 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662404-21 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662404-22 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662404-23 6/24* Rose. 5+ 662404-30 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662404-31 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662404-32 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662404-33 7/8 Rose. 5+ 662404-40 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662404-41 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662404-42 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662404-43 7/22 Rose. 5+ 662404-50 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662404-51 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662404-52 8/5 Rose. 5+ 662404-53 8/5 Rose. 5+

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

*Classes will meet Friday, July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

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Students diagnosed with special needs and/or developmental disabilities may be evaluated to be placed in appropriate levels of swim classes. CLASS# STARTS LOC 662409-10 6/10 Rose. 662409-11 6/10 Rose. 662409-12 6/10 Rose. 662409-20 6/24* Rose. 662409-21 6/24* Rose. 662409-22 6/24* Rose. 662409-30 7/8 Rose. 662409-31 7/8 Rose. 662409-32 7/8 Rose. 662409-40 7/22 Rose. 662409-41 7/22 Rose. 662409-42 7/22 Rose. 662409-50 8/5 Rose. 662409-51 8/5 Rose. 662409-52 8/5 Rose.

AGE 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+

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

*Classes will meet Friday, July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

ADULT (RATIO 1:3)

All levels and skills are taught as needed. CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 662410-10 6/10 Rose. 15+ 662410-11 6/10 Rose. 15+ 662410-12 6/10 Rose. 15+ 662410-20 6/24* Rose. 15+ 662410-21 6/24* Rose. 15+ 662410-22 6/24* Rose. 15+ 662410-30 7/8 Rose. 15+ 662410-31 7/8 Rose. 15+ 662410-32 7/8 Rose. 15+ 662410-40 7/22 Rose. 15+ 662410-41 7/22 Rose. 15+ 662410-42 7/22 Rose. 15+ 662410-51 8/5 Rose. 15+ 662410-52 8/5 Rose. 15+

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

*Classes will meet Friday, July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

JUNIOR GUARD PROGRAM

Participants will be selected as junior guards to learn First Aid, scanning techniques, lifeguard saves and become CPR certified. Junior guards volunteer throughout the summer to shadow and assist lifeguards. Participants earn free pool admission and a free T-shirt, but must provide their own one-piece (preferably black) swimsuit. For more information, call 972-466-9835. Tryouts are June 15 at 9am. Registration is required prior to attending tryouts. No class on 7/4. CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) 662430-01 6/18 Rose. 11-15 Tu/Th 11am-12pm 12 $31/$34

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

BEGINNER

Deep-water swimming skills are required. Students must be able to perform a standing dive from the side of the pool. CLASS# STARTS 662420-10 6/11 662420-20 6/25* 662420-30 7/9 662420-40 7/23 662420-50 8/6

LOC AGE DAY Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th

TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) 8:30-9:30am 6 $63/$69 8:30-9:30am 6 $63/$69 8:30-9:30am 6 $63/$69 8:30-9:30am 6 $63/$69 8:30-9:30am 6 $63/$69

*Classes will meet Friday, July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

AQUATICS

Dive Lessons

ADAPTIVE (RATIO 1:1)

Intermediate

Deep-water swimming skills are required. Students must be able to perform a front dive from the board. CLASS# STARTS 662421-10 6/11 662421-20 6/25* 662421-30 7/9 662421-40 7/23 662421-50 8/6

LOC AGE DAY Rose. 8+ Tu/W/Th Rose. 8+ Tu/W/Th Rose. 8+ Tu/W/Th Rose. 8+ Tu/W/Th Rose. 8+ Tu/W/Th

TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) 9:30-10:30am 6 $63/$69 9:30-10:30am 6 $63/$69 9:30-10:30am 6 $63/$69 9:30-10:30am 6 $63/$69 9:30-10:30am 6 $63/$69

*Classes will meet Friday, July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

ADVANCED

Deep-water swimming skills are required. Students must be able to perform front approach, back approach, front dive and back dive. CLASS# STARTS 662422-10 6/11 662422-20 6/25* 662422-30 7/9 662422-40 7/23 662422-50 8/6

LOC AGE DAY Rose. 8+ Tu/W/Th Rose. 8+ Tu/W/Th Rose. 8+ Tu/W/Th Rose. 8+ Tu/W/Th Rose. 8+ Tu/W/Th

TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) 10:30-11:30am 6 $63/$69 10:30-11:30am 6 $63/$69 10:30-11:30am 6 $63/$69 10:30-11:30am 6 $63/$69 10:30-11:30am 6 $63/$69

*Classes will meet Friday, July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

Private dive lessons

Deep-water swimming skills are required. Each student receives one-on-one instruction designed to meet the student’s diving needs at any skill level. CLASS# STARTS 662423-10 6/11 662423-11 6/11 662423-12 6/11 662423-20 6/25* 662423-21 6/25* 662423-22 6/25* 662423-30 7/9 662423-31 7/9 662423-32 7/9 662423-40 7/23 662423-41 7/23 662423-42 7/23 662423-50 8/6 662423-51 8/6 662423-52 8/6

LOC AGE DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th 11:30am-12pm 6 $80/$88 Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th 12-12:30pm 6 $80/$88 Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th 12:30-1pm 6 $80/$88 Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th 11:30am-12pm 6 $80/$88 Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th 12-12:30pm 6 $80/$88 Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th 12:30-1pm 6 $80/$88 Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th 11:30am-12pm 6 $80/$88 Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th 12-12:30pm 6 $80/$88 Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th 12:30-1pm 6 $80/$88 Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th 11:30am-12pm 6 $80/$88 Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th 12-12:30pm 6 $80/$88 Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th 12:30-1pm 6 $80/$88 Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th 11:30am-12pm 6 $80/$88 Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th 12-12:30pm 6 $80/$88 Rose. 6+ Tu/W/Th 12:30-1pm 6 $80/$88

*Classes will meet Friday, July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

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

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Water Aerobics DEEP WATER*

Deep-water aerobics is designed for a greater aqua workout. The class emphasizes endurance. Swim skills are not necessary. Students must be comfortable in deep water and wear float belts ($12). Instructor: Sullivan CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 681840-12 6/1 Rose. 15+ 681840-20 6/3 Rose. 15+ 681840-21 6/4 Rose. 15+ 681840-22 6/10 Rose. 15+ 681840-30 7/1 Rose. 15+ 681840-31 7/2 Rose. 15+ 681840-32 7/6 Rose. 15+ 681840-33 7/1 Rose. 15+ 681840-40 8/5 Rose. 15+ 681840-41 8/1 Rose. 15+ 681840-42 8/3 Rose. 15+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) Sa 9:10-9:55am 4 $16/$18 M/W 6:15-7:05pm 8 $32/$35 Tu/Th 6:15-7:05pm 8 $32/$35 M/W 8:40-9:30am 6 $24/$27 M/W 6:15-7:05pm 10 $40/$44 Tu/Th 6:15-7:05pm 8 $32/$35 Sa 9:10-9:55am 4 $16/$18 M/W 8:40-9:30am 14 $56/$62 M/W 6:15-7:05pm 9 $36/$40 Tu/Th 6:15-7:05pm 11 $44/$49 Sa 9:10-9:55am 6 $24/$27

Swim-In Cinema

Join us for a poolside movie Friday, July 26 7-10pm

at Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex. For more infor mation, call 972-466-9833.

HIGH INTENSITY*

This class offers a high intensity cardiovascular and muscular conditioning workout and is held in the 200-foot lazy river at Rosemeade Rainforest. Depth of water varies due to a steady current, but stands at 3’ in calm waters. Swimming skills are not necessary. Instructor: Sullivan CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 681842-11 6/1 Rose. 15+ 681842-20 6/4 Rose. 15+ 681842-21 6/10 Rose. 15+ 681842-30 7/2 Rose. 15+ 681842-31 7/6 Rose. 15+ 681842-32 7/1 Rose. 15+ 681842-40 8/1 Rose. 15+ 681842-41 8/3 Rose. 15+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) Sa 7:45-8:15am 4 $16/$18 Tu/Th 8:10-8:40pm 8 $32/$35 M/W 8:00-8:30am 6 $24/$27 Tu/Th 8:10-8:40pm 8 $32/$35 Sa 7:45-8:15am 4 $16/$18 M/W 8:00-8:30am 14 $56/$62 Tu/Th 8:10-8:40pm 11 $44/$49 Sa 7:45-8:15am 6 $24/$27

SHALLOW WATER*

Low impact aerobics increase cardiovascular endurance and burn fat without stress on bones or joints. This class is a beneficial workout for the beginner or more advanced person. Instructor: Sullivan CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 681841-12 6/1 Rose. 15+ 681841-20 6/3 Rose. 15+ 681841-21 6/4 Rose. 15+ 681841-22 6/10 Rose. 15+ 681841-30 7/1 Rose. 15+ 681841-31 7/2 Rose. 15+ 681841-32 7/6 Rose. 15+ 681841-33 7/1 Rose. 15+ 681841-40 8/5 Rose. 15+ 681841-41 8/1 Rose. 15+ 681841-42 8/3 Rose. 15+

DAY TIME #clsS $(RES/NR) Sa 9:10-9:55am 4 $16/$18 M/W 7:15-8:05pm 8 $32/$35 Tu/Th 7:15-8:05pm 8 $32/$35 M/W 8:40-9:30am 6 $24/$27 M/W 7:15-8:05pm 10 $40/$44 Tu/Th 7:15-8:05pm 8 $32/$35 Sa 9:10-9:55am 4 $16/$18 M/W 8:40-9:30am 14 $56/$62 M/W 7:15-8:05pm 9 $36/$40 Tu/Th 7:15-8:05pm 11 $44/$49 Sa 9:10-9:55am 6 $24/$27

*No classes will be held on June 8, July 4 or September 2. Make-up classes may not be available for any weather-related conditions.

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

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ADVENTURE WITH PASTELS

Pastels may cause an allergic reaction in some people. Students will develop their drawing skills while also learning to paint with the rich medium of soft pastel. Pastel is a gorgeous opaque medium that mixes quite differently than other paint media. Students will draw and paint a range of subjects while learning various pastel techniques, as well as on an array of surfaces to get different results. If you enjoy color and/or opaque paint medium, you may fall in love with pastels! There is an $18 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class. No class 5/27. Instructor: Tan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 501240-01 RRC 15+ 5/6-6/3 501240-02 RRC 15+ 6/10-7/1 601240-01 RRC 15+ 7/8-7/29 601240-02 RRC 15+ 8/5-8/26

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TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 7:15-8:15pm 4 $65/$71.50 7:15-8:15pm 4 $65/$71.50 7:15-8:15pm 4 $65/$71.50 7:15-8:15pm 4 $65/$71.50

INCLUSIONARY ARTS & CRAFTS

This class strives to provide an encouraging environment where children have fun and build self-esteem while creating exciting works of art. Throughout the course, students will work with a variety of tactile materials such as clay, dough, beads and magnets, which helps to increase hand-eye coordination and improve motor skills. We welcome all participants with special needs. In some cases a guardian may need to be present at all times. There is a $15 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class. No class 5/27. Instructor: Newsom CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 511220-01 CRC 6-12 5/6-5/20 511220-02 CRC 6-12 6/3-6/24 611220-01 CRC 6-12 7/1-7/29 611220-02 CRC 6-12 8/5-8/26

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MAGIC OF CHARCOAL

This class will lay the foundations to explore drawing with the magic of charcoal. It will include, but is not limited to, exploration in figure and landscape. Students will have the freedom to bring out their inner artistic ability through different techniques. All supplies furnished. There is an $18 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class. No class 5/27. Instructor: Tan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 501230-01 RRC 15+ 5/6-6/3 501230-02 RRC 15+ 6/10-7/1 601230-01 RRC 15+ 7/8-7/29 601230-02 RRC 15+ 8/5-8/26

DAY M M M M

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6-7pm 4 $65/$71.50 6-7pm 4 $65/$71.50 6-7pm 4 $65/$71.50 6-7pm 4 $65/$71.50

SUPER-STORYTELLERS

Ms. Walker leads students in shaping their own fictional stories through writing and basic forms of art such as painting and drawing. Through art, games and crafts, students learn the basics of fictional writing and illustrating. All student work will be presented in the “End of the Week Story Time” for parents. There is a $10 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class. Students should be comfortable reading and writing at a basic level. Instructor: Walker CLASS # LOC 511205-01 CRC 611205-01 CRC 611205-02 CRC 611205-03 CRC

AGE DATES 6-10 6/10-6/14 6-10 7/8-7/12 6-10 7/22-7/26 6-10 8/5-8/9

ARTS & CRAFTS

Art/Drawing

DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) M-F 11am-12:30pm 5 $60/$66 M-F 11am-12:30pm 5 $60/$66 M-F 11am-12:30pm 5 $60/$66 M-F 11am-12:30pm 5 $60/$66

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6:15-7:30pm 3 $38/$41.75 6:15-7:30pm 4 $50/$55 6:15-7:30pm 5 $63/$69.25 6:15-7:30pm 4 $50/$55

LET’S EXPLORE ART!

Ms. Walker teaches basic forms of art such as painting, drawing, sculpting and much more. Through stories, games and crafts, students are continuously creating. All arts and crafts will be displayed in the “End of the Week Art Show” for parents. There is a non-refundable $8 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class. Instructor: Walker CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 511200-01 CRC 3-5 6/10-6/14 M-F 9:30-10:30am 5 $50/$55 611200-01 CRC 3-5 7/8-7/12 M-F 9:30-10:30am 5 $50/$55 611200-02 CRC 3-5 7/22-7/26 M-F 9:30-10:30am 5 $50/$55 611200-03 CRC 3-5 8/5-8/9 M-F 9:30-10:30am 5 $50/$55

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ARTS & CRAFTS

Young Rembrandts ART WORKSHOP - PETS

Students will be elated as we celebrate our friends in the new Household Pets workshop. We’ll get our feet wet on the first day of class as we draw a stylized aquarium graphic. The second day of class will see more realistic renderings of various household pets. On the last day of class, we will create a wonderful petinspired, pastel illustration. Instructor: Young Rembrandts CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601255-01 RRC 6-13 7/30-8/1 Tu-Th 12:30-2pm 3 $65/$71.50

Drawing/Cartooning

Our elementary learners are at the crucial time of development when they decide whether they’re good at something or not. The Young Rembrandts elementary program provides the tools this age-group needs to succeed at drawing. Our 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 that 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. Instructor: Young Rembrandts CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501260-01 RRC 6-13 5/1-5/29 W 5-5:45pm 5 $65/$71.50 501260-02 RRC 6-13 6/10-7/8 M 3:30-4:30pm 5 $65/$71.50 501260-03 RRC 6-13 7/15-8/12 M 3:30-4:30pm 5 $65/$71.50

PASTEL DRAWING

Explore multicultural art in our Worldly Artistic Designs workshop. We begin our world tour in Mexico as we draw several welcoming, colorful doorways. Then, Asian paper lanterns will shed light on the Far Eastern design styles. Our travels end in Russia as we illustrate a mainstay of Russian architecture – the onion dome. These classes will be messy fun, so dress appropriately. Enroll today! Instructor: Young Rembrandts CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601250-01 RRC 6-13 7/9-7/11 Tu-Th 12:30-2pm 3 $65/$71.50

PRESCHOOL DRAWING

The Young Rembrandts 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, as well as their 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 material provided. Instructor: Young Rembrandts CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501255-01 RRC 3-6 5/1-5/29 W 5-5:45pm 5 $65/$71.50 501255-02 RRC 3-6 6/10-7/8 M 2:30-3:15pm 5 $65/$71.50 501255-03 RRC 3-6 7/15-8/12 M 2:30-3:15pm 5 $65/$71.50

Science CLAWS, CODES & COMET

Take a look at the world around you during this exciting summer camp. Learn how to create codes so you can pass secret messages, how to protect the planet, understand how to eat like different animals and learn about space. Instructor: Mad Science CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601500-01 RRC 3-5 7/22-7/26 M-F 9am-12pm 5 $165/$181.50

HANDS ON SCIENCE CAMP

Pop! Bang! Fizz! Come explore the exciting world of science using hands-on interactive experiments. From Astronomy to Zoology, we will study a variety of science themes that allows kids to experience how science works in the real world. There is a non-refundable $15 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class. Instructor: Newsom CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 511210-01 CRC 6-12 6/17-6/20 M-Th 2:45-5:45pm 4 $60/$66 611210-01 CRC 6-12 7/15-7/18 M-Th 2:45-5:45pm 4 $60/$66 611210-02 CRC 6-12 8/5-8/8 M-Th 2:45-5:45pm 4 $60/$66

LEGO: COLLISION CARS

Students will use our unique LEGO® kits to build a variety of battling machines. This is a class of exploration, problem solving, and risk-taking with a goal of learning and experimenting with how machines work and compete. Builds include: arm bot, blade bot, broom bot, crawl bot, flipper bot, net bot, ramp bot, triceratops bot, winch bot and armored bot. Instructor: All About Learning CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501215-01 RRC 9-13 6/25-6/28 Tu-F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 1-4pm 4 $149/$164

LEGO: ELEMENTaRY ENGINEERING

Students will creatively build and modify machines applying basic engineering principles and using our unique LEGO® kits. This is an integrated science and math class. Builds include: deck chair, drawbridge, rubber band car, carousel, turnstile, belt, conveyer and crane. Instructor: All About Learning CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 601205-01 RRC 9-13 7/8-7/11 M-Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 1-4pm 4 $149/$164

LEGO: JR. ENGINEERING 1

Great hands-on learning and building. Students will creatively build and modify machines through basic engineering skills using our LEGO® kits. Builds include: race car, windmill, merry-go-round, levers/pliers and pulley/crane. Instructor: All About Learning CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501210-01 RRC 5-8 6/25-6/28 Tu-F 9am-12pm 4 $149/$164

ROCK OUT! WORKSHOP

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For every child who dreams of partying like a rock star, Young Rembrandts offers its Rock Out! workshop. It’s three days of artistic rock and roll imagery. During the opening act, students will draw stylized instruments. The party never seems to end as we illustrate close-up portraits of rock stars on the second day. Finally, it’s time to hit the stage as we draw an awesome concert scene to close out our last day of class. Long live rock and roll; sign up today! Instructor: Young Rembrandts CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501250-01 RRC 6-13 6/18-6/20 Tu-Th 12:30-2pm 3 $65/$71.50

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CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601505-01 RRC 7-12 7/8-7/12 M-F 9am-12pm 5 $165/$181.50

ROBOT MANIA 2013

LEGO: JR. ENGINEERING 2

Students will build projects of slightly higher complexity using gears and motors from our unique LEGO® kits. A must for students who enjoyed Jr. Engineering 1 (though JE1 is not required). Builds include: car and trailer, merry go-round, seesaw, oil well drill, snow plow, catapult, ferris wheel, headstand car, motorcycle, ping pong ball thrower, tower and tricycle. Instructor: All About Learning CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601200-01 RRC 5-8 7/8-7/11 M-Th 9am-12pm 4 $149/$164

LEGO: JR. VEHICLE ENGINEERING

Students will creatively build and modify different vehicles including everyday vehicles, concept cars, construction machines and more using our unique LEGO® kits. Builds include: race car, golf cart, old time car, semi truck with trailer, shopping cart, snow plow, stand up scooter, three wheeler, trick car, wheel barrow, Zamboni and mini-van. Instructor: All About Learning CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501200-01 RRC 5-8 6/17-6/20 M-Th 9am-12pm 4 $149/$164

LEGO: VEHICLE ENGINEERING

Students will build up to 13 different motorized vehicles capped off with a final project using our unique LEGO® kits. Vehicles include everyday vehicles, concept cars, construction machines and more. Builds include: adjustable crane, flipper car, inch worm car, motorcycle, motorized wheel chair, rally race car, space wars vehicle, steam roller, scissors car and submarine. Instructor: All About Learning CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501205-01 RRC 9-13 6/17-6/20 M-Th

Learn all about the use of robotics in our world today and how technology will continue to affect our future! Campers will check out sound sensing robots, line tracking robots, amphibious robots and even robots that play soccer. They will delve into the science of circuits and sensors. Over the course of the camp, they will build their very own working robot to take home! Instructor: Mad Science CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601565-01 RRC 7-12 7/22-7/26 M-F 9am-12pm 5 $165/$181.50

ARTS & CRAFTS

MOVING WITH SCIENCE

Discover how science moves the world around you! This camp covers multiple areas of science, from biology, to engineering, to chemistry. Campers build bridges and other structures one day, and then build a camera obscura the next. They dissect owl pellets; grow crystal gardens and so much more. Each day of camp includes activities where campers create amazing things to take home with them. We will have two instructors in each camp. One will focus on the 6-9-year-olds and one will focus on the 10-12-year-olds to enhance your child’s experience. Instructor: Mad Science

ROCKET RIDE TO SPACE

Blast-off your knowledge of aerodynamics and flight! This camp is an intense, exciting study on rockets. Campers build their very own rockets and planes. They experiment with different kinds of propulsion systems and they definitely launch and recover rockets. Each day of camp includes activities where campers create amazing things to take home with them. Instructor: Mad Science CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601570-01 RRC 7-12 8/19-8/23 M-F 9am-12pm 5 $165/$181.50

Math

STEM GENIUS – Engineering &

Are you smart and curious? This summer dig deeper into STEM to be even smarter when you go back to school in the fall. You will love discovering more about engineering (applying knowledge to design solutions within constraints) and math (study of patterns and relationships). Yes, you will have lots of fun and learn at the same time. Every day you’ll team up with friends of similar age and strengthen your understanding of engineering and math through hands-on experimentation and exciting projects. Concepts covered include energy sources, structures, ocean mechanics and much more. You’ll even take home a project each day. Instructor: Mad Science CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601560-01 RRC 6-11 8/5-8/9 M-F 9am-12pm 5 $165/$181.50

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 1-4pm 4 $149/$164

LEGO: VIDEO GAME MAKING

This class will teach students how to design and modify their own arcade style video games. They’ll learn how to control characters, objects and outcomes in their game, then increase the difficulty level and add more features. They will also learn how to design their own version of Pac Man and several other games. Instructor: All About Learning CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601210-01 RRC 9-13 7/15-7/18 M-Th 9am-12pm 4 $149/$164 601210-02 RRC 9-13 7/15-7/18 M-Th 1-4pm 4 $149/$164

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ATHLETICS

Leagues and Tournaments ADULT BASKETBALL LEAGUE

Registration is open to teams only April 22-May 17. STARTS DIVISION 6/2 Men’s Rec. 6/3 Men’s Rec. 6/4 Men’s Rec.

LOC AGE DAY RRC 18+ Su RRC 18+ M CRC 18+ Tu

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

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

ADULT FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Join the Summer 8-on-8 Flag Football League. Season is 8 games plus playoffs. Team registration is April 8-May 3. Teams will be responsible for providing their own flags and game balls. STARTS DIVISION 5/16 Men’s 5/16 Co-ed

LOC AGE DAY TIME #WKS McInnish 18+ Th 6:45-10:30pm 8 McInnish 18+ Th 6:45-10:30pm 8

$ $370 $370

Adult Kickball league

Season is 8 games plus playoffs. Team registration is April 8-May 3. STARTS DIVISION 5/16 Co-ed

LOC AGE McInnish 18+

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

$ $200

ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUE Registration Dates:

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

March 25-April 19 March 25-May 10 May 28-June 28

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

$385 per team $385 per team $325 per team

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

Week of April 29 Week of May 19 Week of July 8

Registration Fees: Season Begins:

All games are played at McInnish Softball Complex, Sunday through Friday. Balls must be purchased from the City. League divisions include: Men’s D & E, Co-ed, Women’s, Church and Men’s 40+. A Free Agent List is available for individuals looking for a team at the Carrollton Athletics website or by calling the Athletics Office at 972-466-9833.

ADULT SOFTBALL TOURNAMENTS

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

USSSA Tournament Dates: April 6 June 7 July 19 August 9 November 16

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Iron Man (Men’s D, E) June All Nighter (Men’s E, Co-ed D & E) July All Nighter (Men’s E, Co-ed D & E) August All Nighter (Men’s E, Co-ed D & E) Toy/Can Food Drive Charity Tournament (Men’s D, E & Co-ed D & E)

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HOOK A KID ON GOLF

This program is designed for the child who has never played golf. Clinics and on-course programs provide beginners with a complete introduction to the game. Each participant receives a week of instruction, a new starter set of golf clubs with a bag, balls, golf shirt, rules book and other supplies. Registration ends May 24 for June clinic and June 21 for the July clinic. This camp takes place at Indian Creek Golf Club and is limited to 24 children per class. CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 681895-01 6/17 ICGC 8-13 681895-02 7/15 ICGC 8-13

DAY M-F M-F

TIME #WKS $(res/nr) 8-11am 1 $195 8-11am 1 $195

YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE

A recreational flag football league for youth age 7-14 years (as of September 1 of the current school year). Boys and girls are welcome to participate. Registration is July 1-August 2. If you are interested in coaching, please contact the Athletics Office at 972-466-9833. CLASS# STARTS 281880 9/7

LOC McInnish

AGE 7-14

#WKS $(RES/NR) 8 $80/$100

YOUTH TRACK AND FIELD

Participants will train and compete in the T.A.A.F. Region 7 track circuit, the Region 7 Championship and possibly the Games of Texas. Parent volunteers are welcome and encouraged. Registration is April 8-May 10. CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE 681890-01 5/13 Polk MS 6-18

DAY M/Tu/Th

TIME #WKS $(RES/NR) 6:30-8pm 10 $80/$100

Youth VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE

Prepare for volleyball tryouts or just enjoy time with friends. For girls age 8-14 as of September 1, 2012. Individual and team registration is April 29-May 24. CLASS# STARTS LOC AGE DAY 681870-01 6/8 Various Gyms 8 Sa 681871-01 6/8 Various Gyms 9 Sa 681872-01 6/8 Various Gyms 10 Sa 681873-01 6/8 Various Gyms 11 Sa 681874-01 6/8 Various Gyms 12 Sa 681875-01 6/8 Various Gyms 13-14 Sa

TIME #WKS $(RES/NR) 8am-5pm 9 $55/$75 8am-5pm 9 $55/$75 8am-5pm 9 $55/$75 8am-5pm 9 $55/$75 8am-5pm 9 $55/$75 8am-5pm 9 $55/$75


ATHLETICS

Youth Fishing Event Saturday, May 25 9am–noon Josey Ranch Park Pond 1440 Keller Springs Road See page 18 for more information.

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

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

PHONE ONLINE

214-505-2256 972-738-9600 972-738-9100 972-466-9833 972-509-9249 972-639-7578 972-442-4541 214-674-9516 972-466-9833 972-302-9351 972-302-9351 972-466-9850 972-466-9800 972-466-0064 972-466-9812

Andy Mclaughlin 972-245-3341 Lori Luckey 972-466-4853 Senior Center Staff 972-4664850 C-FB Association 972-245-9307 NTPS Association 972-238-9668 NTWS Association 972-407-4573 NTCS Association 972-738-9696 Athletics Staff 972-466-9833 Hotline 972-418-9269 Senior Center Staff 972-4664850 Julia Scott 972-245-4436 Carrollton Aqua Racers 214-794-3206 Brett Marcotte 972-466-6389 Kelly Nottingham 214-952-0678 Athletics Staff 972-466-9833 TJ Sports 214-686-7014 Bruce Fitch 972-235-9086 Athletics Staff 972-466-9833

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COMMUNITY EVENTS

2nd Annual Carrollton Trails 5K Run/1-mile Fun Walk Event Date: Saturday, May 4 Parking at Creekview High School • 3201 Old Denton Road (Participants will be bused to starting line along Blue Trail)

Pre-race registration & warm-up: 7-7:45am 5K: 8am • 1-mile Fun Walk: 8:30am • Awards Ceremony: 9am Packet Pick up: May 1-3 • noon-9pm Rosemeade Recreation Center • 1330 Rosemeade Parkway Register by 4/28 Race Day Registration Individual $15 $25 Family $25 $30 Note: Race T-shirt guaranteed for pre-registration only. Enjoy this race as you run through one of Carrollton’s best assets, the hike and bike trails. This course is concrete trails and downhill. Awards will be given for overall male and female, as well as medals to the top three finishers in each age category of the 5K competitive run (10 & under, 11-14, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 & over), and in a stroller and dog category. Refreshments will be provided at the end of the race. For more information, call 972-466-3080 or visit cityofcarrollton.com/parks. To register online, visit cityofcarrollton.com/signupnow or sign up in person at Rosemeade Recreation Center, Crosby Recreation Center or the Carrollton Senior Center.

Cinco de Mayo Celebration

Monday, May 6 • 7pm• Free Hebron & Josey Library • 4220 N. Josey Lane The students from Creekview High School’s Ballet Folklorico class will perform dances from states all over Mexico. Enjoy the colorful costumes and traditional dancing by local high school students.

Crosby Recreation Center Member Appreciation/Family Game Night Friday, May 10 • 5-9pm 1610 E. Crosby Road

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Crosby Recreation Center would like to thank our valued members by hosting an event JUST FOR YOU! Games, games, games everywhere! Slow down in this game of LIFE and take a Minute To Win It. You’ll be SORRY if you don’t attend as you slide down the chutes or move along the candy colors. All Kings, Queens and Pawns are invited to attend and enjoy all their favorite board games, Wii games, Xbox Kinect games, table games, etc. You’re CLUEd in for a great night of fun and don’t forget to pass go and collect your prizes. Stop by and enjoy complimentary snacks, games and enter to win prizes that will be given away throughout the evening.

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Featuring Traditional Irish Music by Jigsaw Sunday, May 12• 6pm A.W. Perry Homestead Museum • 1509 N. Perry Road Celebrate Mother’s Day with family and friends on the Museum grounds and beautiful Pearl Perry Gravley Park while listening to musicians play from the front porch of the historic home. Bring a picnic basket, blankets or lawn chairs. Free ice cream and lemonade will be provided and children can make an old-fashioned handmade gift for mom. Create a theme for your picnic and enter the annual Mother’s Day Picnic contest in one of three categories: Best Family, Most Elegant or Most Creative. Registration for the contest begins at 5pm and judging takes place at 5:45pm with winners announced and prizes awarded at the beginning of the concert.

Fly Fishing

Saturday, May 18 • 9am-1pm Carrollton Senior Center • 1720 Keller Springs Road Class #512210-01 • Ages 5+ Join Dallas Fly Fishers (DFF) for an introduction to fly fishing. Learn to cast, tie basic fishing knots, tie flys and discuss their uses, review equipment, learn about aquatic ecosystems, safety, fishing, ethics and regulations. This is a free class offered by DFF, including all equipment and materials. DFF has been an active club for over 30 years. Instructors are certified by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) and Federation of Fly Fishers. Participants receive a TPWD Basic Fly Fishing Certificate. Participants must bring a hat, glasses and lunch. Visit dffclub.shutterfly.com or call Richard Johnson at 469-877-0695 with questions.

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Mother’s Day Concert and Picnic

Youth Fishing Event

Saturday, May 25 • 9am-12pm Josey Ranch Park Pond 1440 Keller Springs Road Carrollton’s Parks and Recreation and the Texas Junior Anglers (TJA) program will host a free youth fishing event for children 16 and under. Registration will take place the morning of the event; there is no pre-registration. The Josey Ranch Park pond will be generously stocked with adult catfish. Prizes and trophies will be awarded to winners in the three age categories. The pond will be opened to licensed adults at the conclusion of the event. It is recommended that children bring their own equipment; however, TJA will provide loaner rods, reels, bait and tackle to those who need them. Texas Junior Anglers is a non-profit outreach program designed to educate young Texans regarding aquatic stewardship and conservation of natural resources.

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COMMUNITY EVENTS

Centennial Community Gala

Friday, May 31 • 6pm Carrollton Senior Center • 1720 Keller Springs Road This will be a limited seating, ticketed dinner event honoring Carrollton’s historic past and growth into the vibrant City it is today. Tickets will go on sale April 1, $25 each.

Centennial Community Picnic and Vintage Baseball Game

Saturday, June 1 • 11am-2pm A.W. Perry Homestead Museum 1509 N. Perry Road

Join us for a “Picnic in the Park” to celebrate Carrollton’s 100 th birthday. Enjoy hot dogs, popcorn, cake and drinks, or bring your own picnic and find a cozy spot in the shade. There will be old-fashioned games, a make-and-take craft area for the kids, fun photo props, and more. Living history characters from Carrollton’s past will be giving tours of the site throughout the day. The E Flat Porch Band will perform at noon and there will be a vintage baseball game against Farmers Branch at 1pm.

Summer Lunch Program

Monday, June 10–Friday, August 23 School’s out for the summer, and that means hundreds of local children will be looking for places they can meet their friends, have fun and eat healthy meals. Carrollton’s Summer Food Service Program is ready to meet the demand. The City of Carrollton Parks and Recreation Department has partnered with the Texas Children’s Network, a local non-profit who will be coordinating food service. This non-profit has been certified by the Texas Department of Agriculture to serve meals for the summer food program. Food will be served Monday–Friday at the following sites and times:

Crosby Recreation Center, 1610 E. Crosby Road Lunch - 12-1pm • Snack - 3-3:30pm  Rosemeade Recreation Center, 1330 E. Rosemeade Parkway Lunch - 1-2pm • Snack - 3-3:30pm The program is offered statewide by local sponsors who operate sites where children up to 18-years-old can get meals at no charge. The service is open to all children, regardless of income. People who are over age 18 and enrolled in school programs for people with disabilities also can receive meals at no charge. The most up-to-date information on Summer Food meal sites and hours of operation is available statewide by calling 2-1-1. For more details on the Summer Food Program, visit summerfood.org. For more information about Carrollton’s program, call 972-466-3080.

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COMMUNITY EVENTS

Saturday, June 8 • 8:30pm A.W. Perry Homestead Museum 1509 N. Perry Road

Three Ages is Buster Keaton’s epic comedy of love’s eternal struggle. The story of two men competing for the affection of one woman is played out in the settings of prehistoric times, ancient Rome and the “modern age” of the roaring 20s. Movie begins at dusk. Bring lawn chairs or a blanket for seating. Concessions are available for purchase.

Friends of the Carrollton Public Library Book Sale Friday, June 14 and Saturday June 15 10am-6pm Josey Ranch Lake Library 1700 Keller Springs Road

Stop by the Josey Ranch Lake Library during the Friends of the Carrollton Public Library Book Sale. Donated books, children’s books, movies and music will be available for purchase. All proceeds benefit the Friends of the Carrollton Public Library.

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Movie on the Lawn: Three Ages

Battle of the Brains

Sunday, June 30 • 2:30-5:30pm Josey Ranch Lake Library 1700 Keller Springs Road Is your brain ready to rumble? Do you possess the type of knowledge it takes to battle it out? Is your gray matter on fire? If so, then you need to mentally duke it out in the Battle of the Brains! Register your team of four beginning May 1 at 972-466-4800.  The event is limited to 15 teams, but there will be a row of chairs for spectators.  This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Carrollton Public Library.

Digger Day!

Friday, August 23 • 10am-12pm Josey Ranch Lake Library, 1700 Keller Springs Road All ages can celebrate the Summer Reading Program Finale by exploring a variety of giant, hard-working “digger” vehicles that have exciting experiences all over the City every day. Maybe you’ll drive one someday!

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FITNESS & WELLNESS

Cardio BELLY DANCE

Belly dancing for art and exercise keeps you slim and trim. It is aerobic and tones muscles you never knew you had. Learn to shimmy and vibrate your hips, snake your arms, and 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. Shimmy into shape while increasing your cultural awareness! Learn basic belly dance movements and isolations, dance routines, dance with a veil and more. $9 drop in fee. Instructor: Stewart CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 511950-01 CRC 15+ 5/1-5/29 511950-02 CRC 15+ 6/5-6/26 611950-01 CRC 15+ 7/3-7/31 611950-02 CRC 15+ 8/7-8/28

DAY W W W W

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

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 5/13, 5/ 15, 5/17 or 5/27. Instructor: LiveWire Fitness Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501910-01 RRC 18+ 5/6-6/7 M/W/F 6:10-7am 11 $86/$94.50 601910-01 RRC 18+ 6/10-7/5 M/W/F 6:10-7am 12 $94/$103.50 601910-02 RRC 18+ 7/8-8/2 M/W/F 6:10-7am 12 $94/$103.50 101910-01 RRC 18+ 8/12-9/6 M/W/F 6:10-7am 12 $94/$103.50

CYCLECORE

Get energized with this high energy indoor cycling class where you can rock out to the music, push yourself and burn some major calories! This class will consist of cardio challenges, resistance levels, climbs, sprints and includes a 15 minute core workout. Bring water and gel bike seat (optional). This class offers a $9 drop in fee. No class 5/14 or 5/16. Instructor: LiveWire Fitness Staff CLASS # LOC 501915-01 RRC 601915-01 RRC 601915-02 RRC 101915-01 RRC

AGE DATES DAY 18+ 5/7-6/6 Tu/Th 18+ 6/11-7/2 Tu/Th 18+ 7/9-8/1 Tu/Th 18+ 8/13-9/5 Tu/Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6:10-7am 8 $62/$68.25 6:10-7am 7 $54.25/$59.75 6:10-7am 8 $62/$68.25 6:10-7am 8 $62/$68.25

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

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CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501920-01 RRC 16+ 5/7-5/28 Tu 501920-02 RRC 16+ 5/2-5/30 Th 501920-03 RRC 16+ 6/4-6/25 Tu 501920-04 RRC 16+ 6/6-6/27 Th 601920-01 RRC 16+ 7/2-7/30 Tu 601920-02 RRC 16+ 7/11-7/25 Th 601920-03 RRC 16+ 8/6-8/27 Tu 601920-04 RRC 16+ 8/1-8/29 Th

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

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 (nonresidents 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. No class 5/27. For additional information, visit jazzercise.com, email carrolltonjazzercise@gmail.com or call Jan at 972-402-9198.

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+ MTW 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

CROSBY RECREATION CENTER

FORMAT LOC AGE DAY TIME Jazzercise CRC 15+ Tu/Th 5:15-6:15pm Jazzercise Express CRC 15+ F 5:15–5:50pm

ROSEMEADE RECREATION CENTER FORMAT Jazzercise Jazzercise Jazzercise Jazzercise Jazzercise Jazzercise Jazzercise Jazzercise Jazzercise 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/W/F 4:45-5:45pm RRC 15+ Tu/Th 5-6pm RRC 15+ F 6-6:30pm RRC 15+ M/W 6-7pm RRC 15+ Tu/Th 6:15-7:15pm

JUNIOR JAZZERKAMP

Join us for fun, easy-to-follow dance moves to popular music, fitness games and light strength training. Junior Jazzercise is a perfect program to get kids active and learn the importance of exercise and health. We will work on dance technique, hip hop moves, play games, make some crafts and healthy snacks, and conclude the week with a mini-performance. The noncompetitive atmosphere is the perfect setting to introduce your child to fitness. Children are not required to have any dance experience. Call 972-402-9198 or email carrolltonjazzercise@ gmail.com to register. Discounts for siblings are available. There is a $20 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class. FORMAT LOC AGE Junior CRC 6-10

DATES DAY TIME 7/15-7/19 M-F 8:30-11:30am

$ $79

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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 501965-01 RRC 18+ 5/1-5/29 501965-02 RRC 18+ 6/5-6/26 601965-01 RRC 18+ 7/3-7/31 601965-02 RRC 18+ 8/7-8/28

DAY W W W W

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

TONS OF FUN

This high-energy exercise class with great music for any fitness level or age consists of high repetition movements that create tighter thighs, firmer bottoms and maximizes fat burning. Start with a warm-up, do a 25-30 minute cardio series, move to the mats to work the buns and belly and then spend the last 10 minutes stretching and cooling down. If space is available, this class offers an $8 drop in fee. Instructor: Marshall CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501970-01 RRC 13+ 5/14-6/27 Tu/Th 601970-01 RRC 13+ 7/16-8/29 Tu/Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 7-8pm 14 $91/$100 7-8pm 14 $91/$100

TUFF-TIME BOXING CARDIO

A unique workout that combines cardio light weights, boxing basic skills and drills (sparring is optional) for both men and women of all ages. Lose weight, get in shape physically and mentally and enjoy the best stress-relieving class in Carrollton. Class is taught by a state certified 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 $70/$77 punch card gives you access to 10 classes and expires two months after purchase. It is non-refundable. No class 5/27 and the week of 7/1-7/5. To schedule private lessons, contact Mike Tufariello at mtuffy@webtv.net Instructor: Tufariello CLASS # LOC 501920-01 CRC 501920-02 CRC 601920-01 CRC 601920-02 CRC

AGE 16+ 16+ 16+ 16+

DATES 5/1-5/31 6/3-6/28 7/8-7/31 8/2-8/30

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

ZUMBA

It’s time to Zumba! This is a calorie burning fitness class with a Latin flavor. The Merengue, Salsa, Reggaton, Samba, Cha-Cha, Bachata and other international Latin rhythms help tone your core, elevate your heart rate and strengthen your body. No dance experience necessary. There will be added deep stretching and relaxing at the end of each class.

Crosby RECREATION CENTER

The $50/$55 punch card gives you access to 10 classes and is non-refundable. Try the class for an $8 drop in fee. No class 7/4. Instructor: Griffin CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 511930-01 CRC 15+ 5/2-5/30 Tu/Th 6:30-7:30pm Ongoing $50/$55 Sa 9:30-10:30am 511930-02 CRC 15+ 6/1-6/29 Tu/Th 6:30-7:30pm Ongoing $50/$55 Sa 9:30-10:30am 611930-01 CRC 15+ 7/2-7/30 Tu/Th 6:30-7:30pm Ongoing $50/$55 Sa 9:30-10:30am 611930-02 CRC 15+ 8/1-8/31 Tu/Th 6:30-7:30pm Ongoing $50/$55 Sa 9:30-10:30am

ROSEMEADE RECREATION CENTER

Pre-register for free trial class on 5/2 or 5/6. Space is limited! No class 5/27. Instructor: Saenz CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501985-01 RRC 16+ 5/2 Th 501985-02 RRC 16+ 5/7 Tu 501985-03 RRC 16+ 5/9-5/30 Th 501985-04 RRC 16+ 5/14-6/4 Tu 501985-05 RRC 16+ 6/6-6/27 Th 601985-01 RRC 16+ 6/11-7/2 Tu 601985-02 RRC 16+ 7/9-7/30 Tu 601985-03 RRC 16+ 7/11-8/1 Th 601985-04 RRC 16+ 8/6-8/27 Tu 601985-05 RRC 16+ 8/8-8/29 Th

TIME #CLSS 7:30-8:30pm 1 7:30-8:30pm 1 7:30-8:30pm 4 7:30-8:30pm 4 7:30-8:30pm 4 7:30-8:30pm 4 7:30-8:30pm 4 7:30-8:30pm 4 7:30-8:30pm 4 7:30-8:30pm 4

$(RES/NR) FREE FREE $26/$28.50 $26/$28.50 $26/$28.50 $26/$28.50 $26/$28.50 $26/$28.50 $26/$28.50 $26/$28.50

FITNESS & WELLNESS

STRENGTH-CORE-BALANCE

ZUMBA GOLD

Zumba Gold is for the active older adult and the de-conditioned adult seeking a fun way to fitness. 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; the only thing needed is a sense of fun and adventure.

CARROLLTON SENIOR CENTER

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

ROSEMEADE RECREATION CENTER

Pre-register for free trial class on 5/5. Space is limited! CLASS # LOC 501990-01 RRC 501990-02 RRC 501990-03 RRC 501990-04 RRC 501990-05 RRC 501990-06 RRC 601990-01 RRC 601990-02 RRC 601990-03 RRC 601990-04 RRC

AGE DATES DAY 16+ 5/3 F 16+ 5/5 Su 16+ 5/10-5/31 F 16+ 5/12-6/2 Su 16+ 6/7-6/28 F 16+ 6/9-6/30 Su 16+ 7/5-7/26 F 16+ 7/7-7/28 Su 16+ 8/2-8/23 F 16+ 8/4-8/25 Su

TIME #CLSS 7-8pm 1 4-5pm 1 7-8pm 4 4-5pm 4 7-8pm 4 4-5pm 4 7-8pm 4 4-5pm 4 7-8pm 4 4-5pm 4

$(RES/NR) FREE FREE $26/$28.50 $26/$28.50 $26/$28.50 $26/$28.50 $26/$28.50 $26/$28.50 $26/$28.50 $26/$28.50

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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) 501900-01 RRC 10+ 6/15 Sa 9:15am-12:30pm 1 $40/$44 601900-01 RRC 10+ 8/17 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 501905-01 RRC 10+ 6/15 Sa 601905-01 RRC 10+ 8/17 Sa

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

INFANT CPR

Learn techniques for infant CPR and obstructed airway management. An American Heart Association certificate valid for two years is given upon completion of the course. This course does not certify healthcare providers. Instructor: Carrollton Fire Department CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501925-01 RRC 10+ 6/15 Sa 601925-01 RRC 10+ 8/17 Sa

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

Pilates ∙ Tai Chi ∙ Yoga AGING GRACEFULLY 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 SRC 50+ SRC 50+

DAY TIME #WKS M 1-1:45pm Ongoing F 11-11:45am Ongoing

$ $3 $3

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 can also be used in Bagua-2, gives you access to eight classes and expires three months after purchase. Try the class for an $8 drop in. Visit ninedragonbaguazhang.com/dallas for more information. No class 5/25, 6/22 or 7/6. Instructor: Ferrer CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 511900-01 CRC 13+ 5/4-5/18 Sa 9:45-10:45am Ongoing $50/$55 511900-02 CRC 13+ 6/1-6/29 Sa 9:45-10:45am Ongoing $50/$55 611900-01 CRC 13+ 7/13-7/27 Sa 9:45-10:45am Ongoing $50/$55 611900-02 CRC 13+ 8/3-8/31 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. Instructor: Khalsa CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501940-01 RRC 12+ 5/3-6/14 F 6:30-8pm 7 $84/$92.50 601940-01 RRC 12+ 7/12-8/30 F 6:30-8pm 8 $96/$105.50

PILATES FOR EVERYONE

Pilates is a total body conditioning exercise that combines flexibility and strength to restore the 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 501960-01 RRC 13+ 5/6-6/24 M 601960-01 RRC 13+ 7/1-8/26 M

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

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 47 for membership details.

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YOGA FOR LUNCH

Maybe you want freedom from pain, stress, anxiety or just are 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 LOC AGE DAY Qigong SRC 50+ M Tai Chi SRC 50+ W

TIME #WKS 10:30-11:30am Ongoing 10:30-11:30am Ongoing

$ $9 $9

This class is for beginner to intermediate students. The type of yoga technique used is Vinyassa or “flow yoga.” Students will move from one pose to the next, focusing on proper breathing technique and form. Students will gain strength and balance, both mentally and physically as they continue this practice in class and at home. Participants can expect a good work out, a reduction in stress and a feeling of being “refreshed” by the end of class. A personal yoga mat is highly recommended. Students should wear clothing that is easy to move in. The $40/$44 punch card gives you access to 5 classes and is non-refundable. Try the class for a $10 drop in fee. No class 8/20 or 8/27. Instructor: Walker CLASS # LOC 511915-01 CRC 511915-02 CRC 611915-01 CRC 611915-02 CRC

AGE 16+ 16+ 16+ 16+

YOGA at 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. No class 5/27, 8/19 or 8/26. Instructor: Walker CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 511910-01 CRC 16+ 5/6-5/20 511910-02 CRC 16+ 6/3-6/24 611910-01 CRC 16+ 7/1-7/29 611910-02 CRC 16+ 8/5-8/12

DAY M M M M

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6:30-7:30pm 3 $27/$29.75 6:30-7:30pm 4 $36/$39.50 6:30-7:30pm 5 $45/$49.50 6:30-7:30pm 2 $18/$19.75

YOGA FOR BIG KIDS!

Children will be taught breathing techniques, yoga poses, and 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 certified yoga instructor who also is a former elementary school teacher, and mother of 5. Cheryl has a passion for helping kids get 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. No class 5/27, 8/19 or 8/26. Instructor: Walker CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 511920-01 CRC 6-11 5/6-5/20 511920-02 CRC 6-11 6/3-6/24 611920-01 CRC 6-11 7/1-7/29 611920-02 CRC 6-11 8/5-8/12

DAY M M M M

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 4:30-5:15pm 3 $24/$26.50 4:30-5:15pm 4 $32/$35.25 4:30-5:15pm 5 $40/$44 4:30-5:15pm 2 $16/$17.50

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. Instructor: Mashreghi CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501980-01 RRC 13+ 5/8-6/26 W 601980-01 RRC 13+ 7/3-8/28 W

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

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DATES DAY 5/7-5/28 Tu 6/4-6/25 Tu 7/2-7/30 Tu 8/6-8/13 Tu

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 12-1pm Ongoing $40/$44 12-1pm Ongoing $40/$44 12-1pm Ongoing $40/$44 12-1pm Ongoing $40/$44

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 972-466-9815 or Rosemeade Recreation Center at 972-466-9800.

FITNESS & WELLNESS

ARTHRITIS

QIGONG/TAI CHI FOR

PERSONAL TRAINING & BOXING FITNESS

Boxing! A fun way to lose weight, build muscle and endurance. It’s a full-body workout, good for men, women and kids. Train like some of the most finely conditioned athletes in the world. No experience necessary; you can learn everything from basic fundamentals to sparring and the refined skills needed to step into the ring. Personal training sessions will be tailored to the individual’s current fitness level with increasing difficulty. Have fun and get fit today! $25 per person for groups of 2 or more. Package rates $200 x 4 sessions. Discounts available for seniors. Prices are per 1 hour session.

Instructor: Romero

CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 511925-01 CRC 16+ 5/1-5/31 M-Sa 511925-02 CRC 16+ 6/1-6/29 M-Sa 611925-01 CRC 16+ 7/1-7/31 M-Sa 611925-02 CRC 16+ 8/1-8/31 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

WEIGHT ROOM ORIENTATION

Learn how to properly use each weight machine at our recreation facilities to maximize results and minimize chances of injury. Classes are taught by certified personal trainers. Children ages 1315 will receive a Weight Room Authorization card allowing them to use the weight room independently after a signed waiver has been submitted. Without the class, ages 13-15 will only be allowed to use the weight room under the supervision of a parent or legal guardian after signing a waiver. Classes are offered at Crosby and Rosemeade Recreation Centers and the Carrollton Senior Center. For a complete class schedule and prices, visit cityofcarrollton. com/parksandrec or call the appropriate facility. Instructor: Personal Training Staff

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GOLF

Indian Creek Golf Club

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

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Indian Creek is conveniently located between the George Bush Turnpike and SH 121 and is only ½ mile east

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

of Interstate 35E. Starting time reservations are taken 10 days in advance by phone or in person. You can also book starting times, view upcoming special events and other promotional offers by visiting indiancreekgolfclub.com.

Player Development Program

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

Ultimate PDP

Like the benefits of the PDP, but want to play discounted golf at times other than during twilight? Maybe the Ultimate PDP is the program for you. Cost is $114 each month and you can hit unlimited range balls, participate in free weekly golf clinics and play 7 days a week ANYTIME for only $18 + tax.

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Tournament Season Just Around the Corner

If you or someone you know is responsible for coordinating golf tournaments or leagues, we would like to speak with you. Indian Creek is the perfect place for your next event or outing. We can accommodate groups of 16 to over 200. Two great golf courses, excellent facilities, and great service will make your next event one your guests won’t forget. Contact our Event Sales Coordinator at 972-466-9859.

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

Play the Lakes Course with Cart & GPS $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 6/30/13 indiancreekgolfclub.com

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

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Northrup Gymnastics is an all-year program and has been serving the community for 23 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 bare-footed. 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 tumble.org.

COMPETITIVE TEAM

Team is by invitation only. We compete in USAG and AGA competitions. Workout times are Tuesday through Friday, 4:307:30pm. Visit tumble.org to learn more. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff

FUNTASTICS 3, 4 & 5-YEAR-OLD

Boys and girls will have a great time building their athletic abilities and social interaction. While using the bars, beam, floor, trampoline and obstacle course, your future athlete will develop coordination and strength. In order to provide a safe, structured and wellbalanced class, all participants must be completely potty trained (no pull-ups) and able to follow class etiquette. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff CLASS # LOC 501450-01 RRC 501450-02 RRC 501450-03 RRC 501450-04 RRC 501450-05 RRC 501450-06 RRC 501450-07 RRC 501450-08 RRC 601450-01 RRC 601450-02 RRC 601450-03 RRC 601450-04 RRC 601450-05 RRC 601450-06 RRC 601450-07 RRC 601450-08 RRC

AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS 3 5/8-6/26 W 9:45-10:30am 8 3 5/9-6/27 Th 9:45-10:30am 8 3 5/10-6/28 F 9:45-10:30am 8 4-5 5/8-6/26 W 4-4:45pm 8 4-5 5/9-6/27 Th 10:30-11:15am 8 4-5 5/10-6/28 F 9-9:45am 8 4-5 5/10-6/28 F 10:30-11:15am 8 4-5 5/10-6/28 F 4-4:45pm 8 3 7/10-8/21 W 9:45-10:30am 7 3 7/11-8/22 Th 9:45-10:30am 7 3 7/12-8/23 F 9:45-10:30am 7 4-5 7/10-8/21 W 4-4:45pm 7 4-5 7/11-8/22 Th 10:30-11:15am 7 4-5 7/12-8/23 F 9-9:45am 7 4-5 7/12-8/23 F 10:30-11:15am 7 4-5 7/12-8/23 F 4-4:45pm 7

$(RES/NR) $76/$83.50 $76/$83.50 $76/$83.50 $76/$83.50 $76/$83.50 $76/$83.50 $76/$83.50 $76/$83.50 $67/$73.75 $67/$73.75 $67/$73.75 $67/$73.75 $67/$73.75 $67/$73.75 $67/$73.75 $67/$73.75

GYMNASTICS

Northrup Gymnastics

In Association with the City of Carrollton PARD • Rosemeade Recreation Center

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: BeginnerIntermediate. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff CLASS # LOC 501410-01 RRC 501410-02 RRC 501410-03 RRC 501410-04 RRC 501410-05 RRC 501410-06 RRC 501410-07 RRC 601410-01 RRC 601410-02 RRC 601410-03 RRC 601410-04 RRC 601410-05 RRC 601410-06 RRC 601410-07 RRC

AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 5-9 5/7-6/25 Tu 5-6pm 8 $48/$52.75 6-10 5/7-6/27 Tu/Th 6-7pm 16 $96/$105.50 5-9 5/9-6/27 Th 5-6pm 8 $48/$52.75 6-10 5/8-6/26 W 5-6:30pm 8 $72/$79.25 6-12 5/8-6/26 W 6:30-7:30pm 8 $48/$52.75 5-9 5/10-6/28 F 4:45-5:45pm 8 $48/$52.75 5-9 5/10-6/28 F 5:45-6:45pm 8 $48/$52.75 5-9 7/9-8/20 Tu 5-6pm 7 $42/$46.25 6-10 7/9-8/22 Tu/Th 6-7pm 14 $84/$92.50 5-9 7/11-8/22 Th 5-6pm 7 $42/$46.25 6-10 7/10-8/21 W 5-6:30pm 7 $63/$69.25 6-12 7/10-8/21 W 6:30-7:30pm 7 $42/$46.25 5-9 7/12-8/23 F 4:45-5:45pm 7 $42/$46.25 5-9 7/12-8/23 F 5:45-6:45pm 7 $42/$46.25

GIRLS RECREATIONAL TEAM

Students must have attended at least one session of any gymnastics class to enroll. Girls will learn skills and routines to perform at local 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. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501420-01 RRC 6-14 5/7-6/27 Tu/Th 7-8pm 16 $100/$110 601420-01 RRC 6-14 7/9-8/22 Tu/Th 7-8pm 14 $88/$96.75

GIRLS TUMBLING & TRAMP

Girls, feel the need to tumble? Cartwheels, round-offs and front and back handsprings will be the focus. Level: Beginner/Intermediate. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501430-01 RRC 6-12 5/8-6/26 W 7:30-8:15pm 8 $36/$39.50 601430-01 RRC 6-12 7/10-8/21 W 7:30-8:15pm 7 $32/$35.25

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OPEN GYM

This is a great opportunity to play with your children in a climatecontrolled area. Use the gymnastics equipment, trampoline and the assortment of mats as an indoor playground. A coach will be present to supervise the open play. Children must have parental supervision. Prices are per family (family prices are applicable to immediate family only). Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501460-01 RRC 1-5 5/8-6/26 W 9-9:45am 8 $32/$35.25 601460-01 RRC 1-5 7/10-8/21 W 9-9:45am 7 $28/$30.75

PRESCHOOL GYMNASTICS WITH DENISE

Your child will benefit from Denise’s many years of working with preschool children. She will use all of the gymnastics equipment to teach your little ones motor skills, strength, flexibility and the true love for being active. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff CLASS # LOC 501470-01 RRC 501470-02 RRC 501470-03 RRC 501470-04 RRC 501470-05 RRC 501470-06 RRC 501470-07 RRC 501470-08 RRC 501470-09 RRC 501470-10 RRC 601470-01 RRC 601470-02 RRC 601470-03 RRC 601470-04 RRC 601470-05 RRC 601470-06 RRC 601470-07 RRC 601470-08 RRC 601470-09 RRC 601470-10 RRC

AGE DATES DAY 3-8 5/9-5/30 Th 3-8 5/9-5/30 Th 3-8 5/10-5/31 F 3-8 5/10-5/31 F 3-8 5/10-5/31 F 3-8 6/6-6/27 Th 3-8 6/6-6/27 Th 3-8 6/7-6/28 F 3-8 6/7-6/28 F 3-8 6/7-6/28 F 3-8 7/11-8/1 Th 3-8 7/11-8/1 Th 3-8 7/12-8/2 F 3-8 7/12-8/2 F 3-8 7/12-8/2 F 3-8 8/8-8/22 Th 3-8 8/8-8/22 Th 3-8 8/9-8/23 F 3-8 8/9-8/23 F 3-8 8/9-8/23 F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 4-4:45pm 4 $58/$63.75 5-5:45pm 4 $58/$63.75 4-4:45pm 4 $58/$63.75 5-5:45pm 4 $58/$63.75 6-6:45pm 4 $58/$63.75 4-4:45pm 4 $58/$63.75 5-5:45pm 4 $58/$63.75 4-4:45pm 4 $58/$63.75 5-5:45pm 4 $58/$63.75 6-6:45pm 4 $58/$63.75 4-4:45pm 4 $58/$63.75 5-5:45pm 4 $58/$63.75 4-4:45pm 4 $58/$63.75 5-5:45pm 4 $58/$63.75 6-6:45pm 4 $58/$63.75 4-4:45pm 3 $43.50/$47.75 5-5:45pm 3 $43.50/$47.75 4-4:45pm 3 $43.50/$47.75 5-5:45pm 3 $43.50/$47.75 6-6:45pm 3 $43.50/$47.75

SPECIAL NEEDS GYMNASTICS

This free gymnastics class is specifically designed for special needs students and is taught by Denise. First time students must contact the instructor at specialneedsgymnastics.org before registering. For more information, visit specialneedsgymnastics. org. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 601480-01 RRC 3+ 5/9-8/22 Th 601480-02 RRC 3+ 5/10-8/23 F 601480-03 RRC 3+ 5/10-8/23 F

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 5-6pm 16 Free 8-9am 16 Free 6-7pm 16 Free

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. Instructor: Northrup Gymnastics Staff CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501490-01 RRC 6-10 5/8-6/26 W 7:30-8:15pm 8 $30/$33 601490-01 RRC 6-10 7/10-8/21 W 7:30-8:15pm 7 $26.25/$28.75

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Hebron & Josey

Josey Ranch Lake

4220 N. Josey Lane

1700 Keller Springs

(at Hebron Parkway) Sunday 2-6pm Monday 10am-9pm Tuesday noon-9pm Wednesday 10am-6pm Thursday noon-9pm Friday Closed Saturday 10am-6pm

LIBRARY

Carrollton Public Library (west of Josey Lane) Sunday 2-6pm Monday 10am-9pm Tuesday 10am-6pm Wednesday noon-9pm Thursday Closed Friday 10am-6pm Saturday 10am-6pm

Information: 972-466-4800 Phone renewals: 972-466-4848 cityofcarrollton.com/library The Library Board meets the first Monday of every other month at the Josey Ranch Library at 7pm. Meetings are open to the public.

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

Weekly Classes for Preschoolers There will be no preschool classes in May; classes will resume in June.

Toddler Time

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

AGE DAY 1-3 M 1-3 M 1-3 W 1-3 W 1-3 M 1-3 Tu

TIME #WKS 10:15am Ongoing 10:45am Ongoing 10:15am Ongoing 10:45am Ongoing 10:45am Ongoing 10:15am Ongoing

Story time

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

AGE DAY 3-6 Tu 3-6 W

TIME #WKS 11am Ongoing 11:15am Ongoing

Mother Goose Time for Babies

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

DAY M

TIME 11:15am

#WKS Ongoing

Evening Story times

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

AGE 3-6

DAY Th

TIME 7pm

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Summer Reading Program dig into reading! Sponsored by the Friends of the Carrollton Public Library

June 6 - August 23

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

Reading with ringling brothers

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

For School Age Children Dig into reading with paleo-maggie

critterman

DATE LIBRARY AGE 6/7 Josey Ranch Lake 6+

DATE LIBRARY AGE 8/7 Hebron & Josey 8-12

Join Paleo-Maggie and her puppets and cast of characters as we take an imaginary journey through the Library to dig up a good book. Paleo-Maggie encourages children to explore different types of books and read all summer long so their brains don’t become extinct! DAY TIME #WKS F 2pm 1

We dig worms!

Would you like to have worms living in your house?! Worms are terrific diggers and can help you “go green” at home. Learn all about worms and how to make a worm composting bin. Local teacher Nancy Ruder will lead this workshop. Nancy really “digs” worms; worms have been living in her laundry room since 2008. Nancy is a bookworm herself and will be sharing some of her favorite “wormy” books. REGISTRATION REQUIRED! Call 972-466-4800 or visit either Library location between May 17 and June 12 to sign up for this program. DATE LIBRARY AGE 6/19 Josey Ranch Lake 6+

DAY TIME #WKS W 2pm 1

science safari: from snail beaks to bugs feet

Susan Campbell from Science Safari returns to introduce us to a variety of invertebrates and their underground habitats. Plus, each participant gets to make a “bug sucker-upper” to take home! REGISTRATION REQUIRED! Call 972-466-4800 or visit either Library location to sign up for this program between June 12 and July 3.

DATE LIBRARY AGE 7/10 Hebron and Josey 8-12

DAY TIME #WKS W 2pm 1

Mystery Unearthed

Solve puzzling clues to uncover a long buried secret. We need YOUR help, but be warned – this group adventure could get dangerous. DATE LIBRARY AGE 8/1 Josey Ranch Lake 9-12

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

“Dig Into Reading” comes to life with Critterman! He will share amazing animal ambassadors and show us how they live and survive. Native Texas “diggers” will include a giant toad, prairie dog, ferret, tortoise, alligator, king snake and tarantula. DAY TIME #WKS W 2pm 1

Family fun nights at jrl

Come to the Library for a night of free fun games and crafts. DATE LIBRARY 6/10 Josey Ranch Lake 7/8 Josey Ranch Lake 8/12 Josey Ranch Lake

AGE All All All

DAY M M M

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

#WKS 1 1 1

Beat the Heat – Cool Tuesday Movies

Popular and fun family films will be shown Tuesday mornings and afternoons. Bring your pillow or comfy sleeping bag. DATE LIBRARY 6/11 Josey Ranch Lake 6/18 Josey Ranch Lake 6/25 Josey Ranch Lake 7/2 Josey Ranch Lake 7/9 Josey Ranch Lake 7/16 Josey Ranch Lake 7/23 Josey Ranch Lake 7/30 Josey Ranch Lake 8/6 Josey Ranch Lake 8/13 Josey Ranch Lake 8/20 Josey Ranch Lake

AGE DAY TIME MOVIE 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Brave 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Ice Age: Continental Drift 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Cat in Paris 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Paranorman 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Hotel Transylvania 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Frankenweenie 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Wreck-It Ralph 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm The Pirates: Band of Misfits 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Journey 2: The Mysterious Island 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm The Odd Life of Timothy Green 6+ Tu 11am & 1pm Rise of the Guardians

Summer Reading Program Finale: Digger day!

Explore a variety of giant, hard-working “digger” vehicles that have exciting experiences all over the City every day. Maybe you’ll drive one someday! DATE LIBRARY AGE 8/23 Josey Ranch Lake All

DAY TIME #WKS F 10am -12pm 1

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Beneath the Surface: TEEN SUMMER READING AT THE LIBRARY

We hope you’ll join us in a little game of reading roulette. Are you ready to dig beneath the surface to the nitty gritty of a book? Stop by either Library to pick up your reading challenge. Bring your finished challenge sheet back to the Library and pick up your next one, if you dare! All participants will receive a FREE book for each returned challenge sheet. Each completed challenge sheet enters you in the grand prize drawing for an Amazon gift card. More returned challenge sheets = more free books and grand prize entries!

LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY TEENS

Want to make a difference? Work with staff and other extraordinary teens to make the Library YOUR kind of place. Plan events, suggest materials and hang out. Come to our monthly meetings on the LAST Wednesday of every month at the Josey Ranch Lake Library. DATE LIBRARY 5/29 Josey Ranch Lake 6/26 Josey Ranch Lake 7/31 Josey Ranch Lake 8/28 Josey Ranch Lake

AGE DAY TIME Teens W 6:30pm Teens W 6:30pm Teens W 6:30pm Teens W 6:30pm

Teens Take over tuesdays

Hang out with friends, play video games, watch movies and goof around at the Josey Ranch Lake Library at this TEEN ONLY afterhours program. This won’t be the Library you’re used to seeing. Pick up your permission slip at either Library. DATE LIBRARY 6/11 Josey Ranch Lake 7/9 Josey Ranch Lake 8/13 Josey Ranch Lake

Kids and teens! Expand your summer reading choices to include ebooks. Carrollton Public Library offers popular titles such as The Hunger Games, Ivy & Bean, My Weird School, popular series such as 39 Clues, and books by well-known authors such as Meg Cabot. eBooks are available through Baker & Taylor’s Axis 360. The titles can be downloaded onto many popular devices, including Apple iPhones and iPads, Android and Windows PCs, tablets and smart phones, and Kindle Fire and Nook eReaders. 

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Just for Teens

Library users select and check out eBooks from the dynamic “Magic Wall.”  eBooks are also included in the online Library catalog, which will link directly to eBook titles.  Both of these methods are available from home and from within the Library. For more information call 972-466-4800 or visit either Carrollton Public Library at 1700 Keller Springs Road or 4220 N. Josey Lane or online at cityofcarrollton.com/ library/eBooks.  

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

BATTLE OF THE BOOKS!

Now presenting our first ever Battle of the Books! Teams of 1-4 teens will compete in mental and physical challenges based on selected books. The list of books for the challenge will be available in May at either Library and online at cityofcarrollton.com/library/teens. DATE LIBRARY AGE DAY TIME 8/22 Josey Ranch Lake Teens Th 4 -6:30pm

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Computer Classes tech skills for the 21st century

These classes are made possible by an Impact Grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Texas State Library. Each class will meet for 4 consecutive days of the week. Each session is progressively more difficult and offers more advanced skills. Students are asked to commit to attending all sessions on dates listed. Bring a valid Library card and a flash drive. Class size is limited to 11 people.

computer literacy

This is a basic two-hour, hands-on introductory computer class for adults over three weeks. This general overview includes terminology about basic hardware, using a mouse, software terminology and Microsoft information, creating an email account and searching the Internet. LIBRARY Josey Ranch Lake Josey Ranch Lake

AGE DATES DAY TIME Adults 5/6-5/20 M 10am-12pm Adults 6/1-6/15 Sa 4-6pm

Microsoft Excel 2010 ®

Learn all about Microsoft Excel 2010® over 4 weeks. Beginning with the introduction on week one, each class will cover progressively more difficult material every week. LIBRARY Josey Ranch Lake Josey Ranch Lake Josey Ranch Lake Josey Ranch Lake

AGE DATES DAY TIME Adults 5/7-5/28 Tu 10am-12pm Adults 6/3-6/24 M 10am-12pm Adults 6/4-6/25 Tu 10am-12pm Adults 7/3-7/24 W 3:30-5:30pm

Microsoft powerpoint 2010 ®

Learn all about Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 ® over four weeks. Beginning with the introduction on week one, each class will cover progressively more difficult material every week. LIBRARY Josey Ranch Lake Josey Ranch Lake Josey Ranch Lake

AGE DAtes Day TIME Adults 5/4-5/25 S 4-6pm Adults 6/5-6/26 W 3:30-5:30pm Adults 7/2-7/23 Tu 10am-12pm

Microsoft Word® 2010

job searching techniques

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Learn all about Microsoft Word 2010® over four weeks. Beginning with the introduction on week one, each class will cover progressively more difficult material every week. AGE DATES DAY TIME Adults 5/1-5/22 W 3:30-5:30pm Adults 6/7-6/28 F 10am-12pm Adults 7/1-7/22 M 10am-12pm

Learn to use Monster.com and Careerbuilder.com to look for jobs. Create resumes using the latest recommended formats. Join LinkedIn and use it to your advantage. These topics will be covered over four weeks’ time. AGE DAtes Day TIME Adults 5/3-5/24 F 10am-12pm Adults 7/6-7/27 Sa 4-6pm

Special Events Cinco de Mayo Celebration Monday, May 6 • 7pm• Free Hebron & Josey Library 4220 N. Josey Lane

The students from Creekview High School’s Ballet Folklorico class will perform dances from states all over Mexico. Enjoy the colorful costumes and traditional dancing by local high school students.

Battle of the brains

Friends of the Carrollton Public Library Book Sale

Friday, June 14 and Saturday June 15 10am-6pm Josey Ranch Lake Library 1700 Keller Springs Road Stop by the Josey Ranch Lake Library during the Friends of the Carrollton Public Library Book Sale. Donated books, children’s books, movies and music will be available for purchase. All proceeds benefit the Friends of the Carrollton Public Library.

Is your brain ready to rumble? Do you possess the type of knowledge it takes to battle it out? Is your gray matter on fire? If so, then you need to mentally duke it out in the Battle of the Brains! Register your team of four beginning May 1 at 972-466-4800.  The event is limited to 15 teams, but there will be a row of chairs for spectators.  This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Carrollton Public Library. DATE LIBRARY 6/30 Josey Ranch Lake

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

FREE AT THE MUSEUM Mother’s Day Concert and Picnic Featuring Traditional Irish Music By Jigsaw Sunday, May 12 • 6pm

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

Centennial COMMUNITY Picnic and Vintage Baseball Game Saturday, June 1 • 11am-2pm

Join us for a “Picnic in the Park” to celebrate Carrollton’s 100th birthday. Enjoy hotdogs, popcorn, cake and drinks, or bring your own picnic and find a cozy spot in the shade. Enjoy old-fashioned games, a make-and-take craft area for the kids, fun photo props and more. Living history characters from Carrollton’s past will be giving tours of the site throughout the day. The E Flat Porch Band will perform at noon and there will be a community vintage baseball game against Farmers Branch at 1pm.

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

Three Ages is Buster Keaton’s epic comedy of love’s eternal struggle. The story of two men competing for the affection of one woman is played out in the settings of prehistoric times, ancient Rome and the “modern age” of the roaring 20s. Movie begins at dusk. Bring lawn chairs or a blanket for seating. Concessions are available for purchase.

Carrollton Connections

MUSEUM

A.W. Perry Homestead Museum

History Tour • June 2013 Carrollton residents are invited to visit other Dallas and Denton County historic sites with a Carrollton connection. Carrollton has close ties to or has its history featured in the exhibits and collections of these other area museums. So, get out and explore Carrollton and surrounding cities! For the month of June, the following museums are offering special incentives to Carrollton residents. Visit cityofcarrollton.com/museum for more information and complete listings or give us a call at 972-466-6380.

Keenan Cemetery Tour Established in 1843, Keenan is the oldest cemetery in Dallas County. Many of Carrollton’s earliest residents were laid to rest here and they still have a story to tell. Costumed interpreters from the Farmers Branch Historical Park will lead the tour. Dress for the weather and bring a water bottle.  Free. Location: 2570 Valley View Lane, Farmers Branch Time: 10am, Saturday, June 8

Farmers Branch Historical Park

Location: 2540 Farmers Branch Lane Farmers Branch, 972-406-0184, farmersbranch.info/play/historical-park. Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday through Sunday 12 noon to 6 p.m. 

Dallas Heritage Village Dallas Heritage Village is offering $2 off general admission to Carrollton residents who show their ID at the ticket booth. Two structures at the Village were moved from Carrollton; the Worth Hotel and a railroad “section” house. Location: 1515 S. Harwood Street, Dallas 214-413-3679, dallasheritagevillage.org Hours: Tuesday-Saturday: 10am-4pm, Sunday: noon-4pm

Old Red Museum of Dallas County History and Culture Old Red Museum of Dallas County History and Culture early Dallas County history featuring Carrollton’s A. W. and Sarah Perry and other pioneer Carrollton settlers of the Peters Colony. Location: 100 S. Houston Street, Dallas 214-757-1914, oldred.org Hours: Open daily 9am-5pm

Carrollton Don’t forget to visit us, too! Carrollton has many historic sites. Visit the Perry Homestead, take a walking tour of nearby Perry Cemetery (Carrollton’s first public cemetery established in 1895). Pick up a historic Carrollton brochure that lists all the sites and visit Downtown Carrollton’s shops and restaurants!

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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!

Mini-Camp HOMESTEAD ARTS & CRAFTS

Experiment with different arts and craft techniques in this creative camp. Try your hand at leather work, make a rag rug, and learn about blacksmithing, sewing, painting, photography and more! Campers will tour the Museum and learn about the past while creating fun projects to bring home. Camp ends with a presentation for parents on the final day. Register by 6/11. CLASS # LOC AGE 542005-01 PHM 7-12

DATES DAY TIME #CLSS 6/18-6/21 Tu-F 9am-12pm 1

$(RES/NR) $70/$77

School and Group Tours

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

Birthday Parties

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

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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All activities are TEKS aligned. History Mystery is for grades 3, 4 and 5. School Days is for grades 1, 2 and 3. Trunks are a FREE service the A. W. Perry Homestead Museum provides to local schools. Call the Museum at 972-466-6380 today to reserve a trunk for your class.

Scouts Boy Scouts

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

Girl Scouts

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

Brownies: It’s Your Planet Badge: Craft - Potter - $12 per scout

Create your own pieces as you learn hand-building techniques, examine artifacts and discover the significance of the Museum’s archeological site.

Juniors: It’s Your Story Badge: Manners - Social Butterfly - $12 per scout

Learn how to make friends, be a proper Victorian lady and enjoy a tea party on the porch of the Perry home.

Show us why you are proud to live in Carrollton with our Centennial Photo Contest! See page 36 for details.

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ADULT BALLET

Learn basic movements and positioning and work toward combinations across the floor. Wear comfortable clothing and ballet shoes. Level: Beginner/Intermediate. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501300-01 RRC 15+ 5/14-6/25 Tu 601300-01 RRC 15+ 7/2-8/27 Tu

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 8:15-9pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 8:15-9pm 9 $74.25/$81.75

ADULT DANCE STRETCH

Want to work on flexibility? This class focuses on progressive dance stretches, balance, stability and endurance. Perfect for beginner to intermediate dancers and people of all fitness levels wanting to increase flexibility. Wear comfortable clothing. Dance shoes are optional. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501305-01 RRC 15+ 5/16-6/27 Th 601305-01 RRC 15+ 7/11-8/29 Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 8:45-9:30pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 8:45-9:30pm 8 $66/$72.50

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. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC 501310-01 RRC 501310-02 RRC 601310-01 RRC 601310-02 RRC

AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 4-6 5/18-6/29 Sa 2-2:30pm 7 $43.75/$48.25 7-12 5/18-6/29 Sa 2:30-3:15pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 4-6 7/6-8/31 Sa 2-2:30pm 9 $56.25/$61.75 7-12 7/6-8/31 Sa 2:30-3:15pm 9 $74.25/$81.75

BALLET FOR FUN

This class focuses less on technique and more on fun with ballet and creative movement. Leotards with tights and ballet shoes are required. Level: Beginner. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC 501320-01 RRC 501320-02 RRC 501320-03 RRC 501320-04 RRC 601320-01 RRC 601320-02 RRC 601320-03 RRC 601320-04 RRC

AGE DATES DAY 3-6 5/15-6/26 W 3-5 5/16-6/27 Th 3-6 5/16-6/27 Th 3-5 5/18-6/29 Sa 3-5 7/11-8/29 Th 3-6 7/11-8/29 Th 3-5 7/6-8/31 Sa 3-6 8/7-8/28 W

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 11:30am-12pm 7 $43.75/$48 11:30am-12pm 7 $43.75/$48 4:45-5:15pm 7 $43.75/$48 11:15-11:45am 7 $43.75/$48 11:30am-12pm 8 $50/$55 4:45-5:15pm 8 $50/$55 11:15-11:45am 9 $56.25/$61.75 11:30am-12pm 4 $25/$27.50

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. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC 501330-01 RRC 601330-01 RRC 601330-02 RRC

AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 3-6 5/17-6/28 F 12:15-12:45pm 7 $43.75/$48 3-6 7/11-8/1 Th 4:15-4:45pm 4 $25/$27.50 3-6 8/9-8/30 F 12:15-12:45pm 4 $25/$27.50

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. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC 501340-01 RRC 501340-02 RRC 501340-03 RRC 501340-04 RRC 601340-01 RRC 601340-02 RRC 601340-03 RRC 601340-04 RRC

AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 3-5 5/15-6/26 W 10:45-11:30am 7 $57.75/$63.50 3-6 5/17-6/28 F 11:30am-12:15pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 3-6 5/18-6/29 Sa 11:45am-12:30pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 7-14 5/18-6/29 Sa 1:15-2pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 3-6 7/6-8/31 Sa 11:45am-12:30pm 9 $74.25/$81.75 7-14 7/6-8/31 Sa 1:15-2pm 9 $74.25/$81.75 3-5 8/7-8/28 W 10:45-11:30am 4 $33/$36.25 3-6 8/9-8/30 F 11:30am-12:15pm 4 $33/$36.25

PERFORMING ARTS

Dance

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 5/27. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC 501350-01 RRC 601350-01 RRC 601350-02 RRC

AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 4-8 5/13-6/24 M 4-4:30pm 6 $37.50/$41.25 4-8 7/11-8/1 Th 12-12:30pm 4 $25/$27.50 4-8 8/5-8/26 M 4-4:30pm 4 $25/$27.50

DANCE ON-DEMAND

This is ideal for home school groups, friends, siblings and day care groups. There is a required minimum of four students and you can schedule as few or as many dates as desired. Your group can choose any combination of ballet, hip-hop, jazz, modern or tap. Price listed is per person for a 45-minute class. Call the instructor at 972-2422490 to pre-schedule your preferred class dates. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 601355-01 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 5/27. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501360-01 RRC 5-9 5/13-6/24 M 501360-02 RRC 6-12 5/16-6/27 Th 501360-03 RRC 6-12 5/18-6/29 Sa 601360-01 RRC 6-12 7/11-8/29 Th 601360-02 RRC 6-12 7/6-8/31 Sa 601360-03 RRC 5-9 8/5-8/26 M

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 4:30-5:15pm 6 $49.50/$54.50 5:15-6pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 12:30-1:15pm 7 $57.75/$63.50 5:15-6pm 8 $66/$72.50 12:30-1:15pm 9 $74.25/$81.75 4:30-5:15pm 4 $33/$36.25

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PERFORMING ARTS

Music

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; only register under the child’s name. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501365-01 RRC 2-5 5/16-6/27 Th 11-11:30am 7 $43.75/$48 601365-01 RRC 2-5 7/11-8/29 Th 11-11:30am 8 $50/$55

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 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+

DATES May June July August

DAY TBD TBD TBD TBD

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

SUMMER DANCE CAMP

This dance camp is for girls and boys of all athletic and creative backgrounds. It will promote self-confidence, teamwork, leadership and dance technique. We will explore many dance styles such as: Broadway, Hip-Hop and Cheer. Let’s get moving! A formal recital will be held for family and friends on the last day. Wear comfortable clothing you can move in: jazz pants, tank tops, T-shirts and either ballet or jazz shoes. No shorts or black-soled tennis shoes, please. For questions, email Shadaerogers@hotlaim.com. Instructor: Rogers CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601385-01 RRC 3-6 7/8-7/12 M-F 1:30-2:30pm 5 $50/$55 601385-02 RRC 6-10 7/8-7/12 M-F 2:30-3:30pm 5 $50/$55 601385-03 RRC 11-16 7/15-7/19 M-F 1:30-3:30pm 5 $100/$110

TEEN HIP HOP

Calling all teens who love to dance! This class focuses on various styles like popping and locking, new school and floor work. Fun and fast paced, 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. Instructor: Jordan CLASS # LOC 501390-01 RRC 601390-01 RRC 601390-02 RRC

AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS 12+ 5/13-6/24 M 5:15-5:55pm 7 12+ 7/6-7/27 Sa 3:15-4pm 4 12+ 8/5-8/26 M 5:15-5:55pm 4

$(RES/NR) $56/$61.50 $33/$36.50 $28/$30.75

MUSIC & MOVEMENT

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

DATES DAY TIME #CLSS 7/15-7/19 M-F 12:45-1:40pm 5

$(RES/NR) $40/$44

PIANO/KEYBOARD

Beginner piano/keyboard program is geared towards children ages 5-15 years. The program is conducted as group lesson with up to 4 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 #

Group

LOC AGE

511330-01 CRC 5-6 511330-02 CRC 5-6 611330-01 CRC 5-6 611330-02 CRC 5-6 511331-01 CRC 7-15 511331-02 CRC 7-15 611331-01 CRC 7-15 611331-02 CRC 7-15

DATES DAY

TIME

#CLSS

$(RES/NR)

5/4-5/25 6/1-6/22 7/6-7/27 8/3-8/24 5/4-5/25 6/1-6/22 7/6-7/27 8/3-8/24

Sa 12:30-1pm Sa 12:30-1pm Sa 12:30-1pm Sa 12:30-1pm Sa 1-2pm Sa 1-2pm Sa 1-2pm Sa 1-2pm

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$85/$93.50 $85/$93.50 $85/$93.50 $85/$93.50 $165/$181.50 $165/$181.50 $165/$181.50 $165/$181.50

5/4-5/25 5/4-5/25 6/1-6/22 6/1-6/22 7/6-7/27 7/6-7/27 8/3-8/24 8/3-8/24

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$155/$170.50 $250/$275 $155/$170.50 $250/$275 $155/$170.50 $250/$275 $155/$170.50 $250/$275

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

CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC

5-6 5-6 5-15 5-15 5-15 5-15 5-15 5-15

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 AGE 501380-01 RRC 5+ 501380-02 RRC 5+ 501380-03 RRC 5+ 501380-04 RRC 5+ 501380-05 RRC 5+ 601380-01 RRC 5+ 601380-02 RRC 5+ 601380-03 RRC 5+ 601380-04 RRC 5+ 601380-05 RRC 5+ 601380-06 RRC 5+

DATES DAY 5/7-5/28 Tu 5/4-5/25 Sa 6/4-6/11 Tu 6/7-6/14 F 6/1-6/15 Sa 7/9-7/30 Tu 7/12-7/26 F 7/13-7/27 Sa 8/6-8/27 Tu 8/2-8/30 F 8/3-8/31 Sa

TIME TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD

#CLSS 4 4 2 2 3 4 3 3 4 5 5

$(RES/NR) $108/$118.75 $108/$118.75 $54/$59.50 $54/$59.50 $81/$89 $108/$118.75 $81/$89 $81/$89 $108/$118.75 $135/$148.50 $135/$148.50

SINGING FOR BEGINNERs

Hit the highs and the lows with the beginner singing class. Work with a professional singer to learn basic sight reading, techniques involving breathing and scales, performance fundamental and technical preparation. Students will have the opportunity to perform in one of our recitals. This program is designed for students 8 -14 years old. Instructor: Musik In School

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CLASS # LOC AGE 511322-01 CRC 8-14 511322-02 CRC 8-14 611322-01 CRC 8-14 611322-02 CRC 8-14

DATES DAY 5/4-5/25 Sa 6/1-6/22 Sa 7/6-7/27 Sa 8/3-8/24 Sa

TIME 2-3pm 2-3pm 2-3pm 2-3pm

#CLSS 4 4 4 4

$(RES/NR) $165/$181.50 $165/$181.50 $165/$181.50 $165/$181.50

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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 $10 supply fee 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 511000-01 CRC 511000-02 CRC 611000-01 CRC 611000-02 CRC 611000-03 CRC

AGE 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6

DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 5/7-5/30 Tu/Th 9:15am-2:15pm 8 $155/$170.50 6/4-6/27 Tu/Th 9:15am-2:15pm 8 $155/$170.50 7/9-8/1 Tu/Th 9:15am-2:15pm 8 $155/$170.50 8/6-8/15 Tu/Th 9:15am-2:15pm 4 $80/$88 8/20-8/29 Tu/Th 9:15am-2:15pm 4 $80/$88

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 $10 supply fee is due to the instructor the first day of class. Please bring a snack and a drink to each class. No class 5/27. Instructor: Mrs. Buckley CLASS # LOC AGE 511005-01 CRC 3-6 511005-02 CRC 3-6 611005-01 CRC 3-6 611005-02 CRC 3-6 611005-03 CRC 3-6

DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 5/6-5/29 M/W 9:15am-12:15pm 7 $84/$92.50 6/3-6/26 M/W 9:15am-12:15pm 8 $95/$104.50 7/8-7/31 M/W 9:15am-12:15pm 8 $95/$104.50 8/5-8/14 M/W 9:15am-12:15pm 4 $49/$54 8/19-8/28 M/W 9:15am-12:15pm 4 $49/$54

CAMP EXPLORE & MORE

This exciting summer camp allows your child to discover new areas of learning through hands on activities and science experiments, art and cooking. Your child will participate in experiments that explain how science is incorporated in everyday life. Physical activity and games will be played to help emphasize the importance of a healthy body. Camp Explore and More will have your kids asking for more! A non-refundable $12 supply fee is is due to the instructor the first day of class. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601025-01 RRC 5+ 6/11-7/30 Tu 11:45am-2:45pm 8 $155/$170.50

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. There is a non-refundable $12 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE 601000-01 RRC 3-6 601000-02 RRC 3-6 601000-03 RRC 6-9 601000-04 RRC 7+

DATES 6/14-8/2 6/14-8/2 6/14-8/2 6/14-8/2

DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) F 10:45-11:45am 8 $62/$68.25 F 12-1pm 8 $62/$68.25 F 1:15-2:15pm 8 $62/$68.25 F 2:30-3:30pm 8 $62/$68.25

DANCE PLAY

A longtime favorite among boys and girls, this fast-paced class includes sing-along, dance and creative movements to lively children’s music. Your child will also enjoy trampoline time, balls through the hula-hoops and a story time. Miss Jill’s love for children and children’s music make this class come alive! Come join the fun; adults welcome to stay. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 601005-01 RRC 2.5-4.5 6/14-8/2 F

PRESCHOOL

ALL DAY ACADEMIC ALL-STARS (FULL DAY)

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

LITTLE TINY DANCERS

This is a unique dance class for little ones from 18-34 months. The 35 minute class will include the use of age appropriate songs as well as classical and ethnic tunes. Little ones will get hands on experience with instruments and other fun props. Along with a “little tiny” bit of ballet basics, children will use stretches, yoga poses and other forms of movement. Instructor has over 20 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. There is a non-refundable $3 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class. Space is limited. Drop ins are available only if class is not full. No class 8/20 or 8/27. Instructor: Walker CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 511305-01 CRC 18mo-34mo 5/7-5/28 Tu 511305-02 CRC 18mo-34mo 6/4-6/25 Tu 611305-01 CRC 18mo-34mo 7/2-7/30 Tu 611305-02 CRC 18mo-34mo 8/6-8/13 Tu

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 10-10:35am 4 $30/$33 10-10:35am 4 $30/$33 10-10:35am 5 $38/$41.75 10-10:35am 2 $15/$16.50

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PRESCHOOL

PRESCHOOL DANCE

In addition to basic ballet techniques and stretches, your little dancer will get to exercise, have fun and meet some new friends, all in a nurturing atmosphere designed with the preschooler in mind. We will use a variety of music as we explore creative movement and rhythm. Traditional dance clothes, leotard and tights are fine, but not required. Leggings, sweats or shorts are also acceptable. Ballet shoes are recommended, but not mandatory. Children can also wear socks or be barefoot. Parents are welcome to enjoy children’s presentation at the end of each session. . There is a non-refundable $3 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class. Try the class for a $10 drop in fee. No class Mondays 5/27, 8/19, 8/26 or Tuesdays 8/20 or 8/27. Instructor: Walker CLASS # LOC AGE 511300-01 CRC 3-5 511300-02 CRC 3-5 511300-03 CRC 3-5 511300-04 CRC 3-5 611300-01 CRC 3-5 611300-02 CRC 3-5 611300-03 CRC 3-5 611300-04 CRC 3-5

DATES 5/6-5/20 5/7-5/28 6/3-6/24 6/4-6/25 7/1-7/29 7/2-7/30 8/5-8/12 8/6-8/13

DAY M Tu M Tu M Tu M Tu

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 5:30-6:05pm 3 $23/$25.25 11-11:35am 4 $30/$33 5:30-6:05pm 4 $30/$33 11-11:35am 4 $30/$33 5:30-6:05pm 5 $38/$41.75 11-11:35am 5 $38/$41.75 5:30-6:05pm 2 $15/$16.50 11-11:35am 2 $15/$16.50

TLC (Teaching Little Children)

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. There is a non-refundable $12 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class. Children must be bathroom trained. No class 7/4. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601010-01 RRC 3-5 6/11-8/1 Tu/Th 9-10:30am 15 $104/$114.50 601010-02 RRC 4-6 6/10-7/31 M/W 11:30am-2:30pm 16 $200/$220

WEE TLC (Teaching Little Children)

This is the perfect first school for your little student. Let’s learn the alphabet, days of the week, colors, shapes, the daily lesson, and enjoy story time, art, music and PE. Manners, self-esteem and a positive environment are Miss Jill’s trademarks of 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. There is a non-refundable $12 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class. Children must be bathroom trained. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 601015-01 RRC 2.5-4.5 6/10-7/31 M/W

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 9-11:30am 16 $199/$219

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 finalé of the class is a circle time sing-along led by many of your favorite puppet animal friends. Come make friends as you both interact with other families. This class will prepare your child for Dance Play and TLC. There is a non-refundable $8 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class. Instructor: Miss Jill CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601020-01 RRC 1.5-5 6/11-8/1 Tu/Th 10:30-11:30am 15 $62/$68.25

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Hours

Fourth of July Celebration!

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

Monday, July 1 • 1pm Carrollton Senior Center Texas Ballroom Join us for a patriotic concert performed by Dallas New Horizons Band.

Receive the free Sampler/Carrollton Senior Center Bulletin by mail in the Senior Adult Services (SAS) bi-monthly newsletter by calling 972-242-4464.

Be sure to wear your red, white, and blue. We will be having an old-fashioned celebration complete with popcorn, lemonade and snacks. Hot dogs will be served after the band performs. Open to all ages!

Thursday Night Dances 7-9:30pm • $5 per person

Admission includes a free dance lesson at 6pm and entry into the dance. Dance hosts are available. Enjoy cookies and coffee at the break. Bands include: Gary Lee, High Caliber, Southern Pride, Dallas City Limits, and Ronnie Martin.

Monthly Themed Luncheon

Amenities

May 16. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Derby Party June 20. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .I Thee Wed July18. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Christmas in July August 15. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arabian Knights

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

Monthly Activities 2nd Friday • 10am

Blood Pressure and Sugar Screening by the Carrollton Fire Department

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. May 28, June 25, July 23, August 20 Vitamin B-12 Shots

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

Trips

2 Friday of every month. . . . . . . . . . . . Out to Lunch June 21-29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hawaiian Cruise nd

SENIOR CENTER

Carrollton Senior Center

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

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

Did You Know? Volunteer opportunities are also available through the Senior Center. We have partnered with RSVP and formed groups to give back to the community. The Carrollton Carousers assist non-profit organizations in various service projects. The Close Knit Group gathers for fellowship and knitting booties and caps for infants at 10am every Monday. Sew Much Fun meets Wednesdays and Fridays at noon to sew items needed for soldiers in Afghanistan.

For more information about volunteer groups, please call 972-466-4850 and ask for Lori or Cecilia.

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SPORTS PROGRAMS

Martial Arts ADULT KARATE-BEGinner & advanced

This is an introduction to Okinawan karate focusing on the basic movements and techniques that translate into real life selfdefense applications and personal protection. Everyone receives personalized attention and guidance. 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. Instructor: Parks CLASS #

LOC AGE DATES DAY Beginner Classes 501150-01 RRC 15+ 4/29-6/19 M/W 501150-02 RRC 15+ 7/8-8/28 M/W Advanced Classes 501155-01 RRC 15+ 4/29-6/19 M/W 501155-02 RRC 15+ 7/8-8/28 M/W

TIME

#CLSS $(RES/NR)

7-8pm 7-8pm

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

7-9pm 7-9pm

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

BAGUA-2 INTERNAL KUNG-FU

Students must have completed or be enrolled in Bagua-1 “Mind/ Body Skills” in the Fitness section on page 22 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 non-refundable $50/$55 punch card that can also be used in Bagua-1 gives you access to eight classes and expires three months after purchase. Try the class for an $8 drop in. Visit ninedragonbaguazhang.com/dallas for more information. No class

5/25, 6/22 or 7/6. Instructor: Ferrer CLASS # 511905-01 511905-02 611905-01 611905-02

LOC CRC CRC CRC CRC

AGE 13+ 13+ 13+ 13+

DATES 5/4-5/18 6/1-6/29 7/13-7/27 8/3-8/31

DAY Sa Sa Sa Sa

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 11am-12pm Ongoing $50/$55 11am-12pm Ongoing $50/$55 11am-12pm Ongoing $50/$55 11am-12pm 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. No classes 7/4. Instructor: Nakaya CLASS #

LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) Beginner 611131-01 CRC 6-12 6/6-7/18 Th 6:30-7:45pm 7 $41/$45 611131-02 CRC 13+ 6/3-7/18 M 7:15-8:30pm 14 $45/$49.50 Th 7:45-8:30pm 611131-04 CRC 6-12 7/25-8/29 Th 6:30-7:45pm 6 $41/$45 611131-05 CRC 13+ 7/22-8/29 M 7:15-8:30pm 12 $45/$49.50 Th 7:45-8:30pm Advanced Classes (requires instructor permission) 611131-03 CRC 6+ 6/3-7/15 M 6-7:15pm 7 $41/$45 611131-06 CRC 6+ 7/22-8/26 M 6-7:15pm 6 $41/$45.50

OLYMPIC STYLE TAEKWONDO

Train Olympic Style and Authentic Taekwondo from 7th degree Grandmaster Myoung M. Yoo. Grandmaster Yoo is recognized by the World Taekwondo Federation and KuKiWon Headquarters in Korea. Master Yoo has served as head training officer training the South Korean Special Forces and has acted in the capacity of Professor of Martial Arts in Seoul Korea. All classes are conducted at The Academy of Martial Arts in Carrollton. Assistant instructor, David Watkins, is Texas State Heavy Weight Champion and winner of the “Texas Open.” You must enroll at Rosemeade or Crosby Recreation Centers prior to taking the class. For Information contact David Watkins at 972-816-9317. Free uniform if enrolled for two

months in advance. Instructor: Academy of Martial Arts

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CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 591105-01 TBA 4-6 5/7-5/30 Tu/Th 591105-02 TBA 4-6 6/4-6/27 Tu/Th 691105-01 TBA 4-6 7/9-8/1 Tu/Th 691105-02 TBA 4-6 8/6-8/29 Tu/Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 5-5:40pm 8 $50/$55 5-5:40pm 8 $50/$55 5-5:40pm 8 $50/$55 5-5:40pm 8 $50/$55

591105-03 TBA 7-12 5/1-5/29 M/W 591105-04 TBA 7-12 6/3-6/26 M/W 691105-03 TBA 7-12 7/8-7/31 M/W 691105-04 TBA 7-12 8/5-8/28 M/W

5:15-6pm 5:15-6pm 5:15-6pm 5:15-6pm

591105-05 TBA 591105-06 TBA 691105-05 TBA 691105-06 TBA

9 8 8 8

$50/$55 $50/$55 $50/$55 $50/$55

12+ 5/1-5/29 M/W 7:40-8:30pm 9 12+ 6/3-6/26 M/W 7:40-8:30pm 8 12+ 7/8-7/31 M/W 7:40-8:30pm 8 12+ 8/5-8/28 M/W 7:40-8:30pm 8

$50/$55 $50/$55 $50/$55 $50/$55

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SAMURAI SWORD FIGHTING

Learn American karate in the white through black belt program that runs year-round. The junior program develops self-esteem, positive behavior, academic achievement and respect for others. In addition to practicing karate techniques, abduction prevention training and bully self-defense skills are integrated into the lessons. Adult classes focus on street self-defense, fitness and personal development. Benefits of the program will reach beyond the class by improving everyday focus and quality of life, while reducing daily stress. White uniform ($30 including tax) required and may be purchased in class. For information, call 817-845-1557 or visit RedTigerKarate. com. Instructor: Margach

Train authentic Samurai Sword Fighting (fencing) with world record holder and Master Myoung M. Yoo. Master Yoo is an 8th degree Kendo instructor who trained in Japan. His wife, Master Lee, is a six time National Champion with Grandmaster Yoo training several students up to National and International Champion status. Bamboo swords utilized for all participants. All classes held at The Academy of Martial Arts in Carrollton. You must enroll at Rosemeade or Crosby Recreation Centers prior to taking the class. For information, contact David Watkins at 972-816-9317. All supplies furnished. Free uniform if enrolled for two months in advance. Instructor: Academy of Martial Arts

Format CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) New Students 621150-01 SRC 5-12 6/14-8/16 F 6-7pm 10 $60/$66 Returning 621150-02 SRC 5-12 6/14-8/16 F 7-8pm 10 $60/$66 Teen/Adults 621150-03 SRC 13+ 6/14-8/16 F 8-9pm 10 $60/$66

CLASS # LOC 591100-01 TBA 591100-02 TBA 691100-01 TBA 691100-02 TBA

AGE 7+ 7+ 7+ 7+

DATES DAY 5/7-5/30 Tu/Th 6/4-6/27 Tu/Th 7/9-8/1 Tu/Th 8/6-8/29 Tu/Th

TIME #CLSS 6-6:50pm 8 6-6:50pm 8 6-6:50pm 8 6-6:50pm 8

$(RES/NR) $50/$55 $50/$55 $50/$55 $50/$55

Sports CARROLLTON POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE (CPAL)

EST. 1993, “BUILT PAL TOUGH”, this program was designed to teach young men and women, ages 11 to 18, respect for themselves as well as their peers, self-discipline, 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) nonprofit, and 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 or visit cpalboxing.org.

3-D ARCHERY CAMP

READY, AIM, SHOOT, hit the bulls-eye. Students will learn about two main forms of archery - target archery and field archery. A variety of target materials from paper to 3-D will be utilized to provide a joyful adventure for young archers. Siblings of different ages are welcome to sign up for same class time. Personal water bottle and insect repellent are needed on archery range. Level: Beginner Instructor: Jimenez CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501180-01 RRC 7+ 6/10-6/13 M-Th 6:30-7:45pm 4 $40/$48 501180-02 RRC 7+ 7/1-7/4 M-Th 6:30-7:45pm 4 $40/$48

BEGINNING SOCCER 3-5

This is a fun and skill-based, indoor soccer program. Skills learned include passing, dribbling, crossing, shooting and teamwork. This soccer skills program is designed for preschool aged players. Instructor: Bowmen Sports CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 611141-01 CRC 3-5 6/6-7/25 Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 6:30-7pm 8 $80/$88

BEGINNING SOCCER 6-11

This is a fun and skill-based, indoor soccer program. Skills learned include passing, dribbling, crossing, shooting and teamwork. This soccer skills program is designed for elementary aged players. Groups are divided by age and skill level. Instructor: Bowmen Sports CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 611142-01 CRC 6-11 6/6-7/25 Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 7-8pm 8 $85/$93.50

CAMP B.L.A.S.T.

DFW has some of the best sports teams and athletes in the world. Like these world-class athletes, you can set your own specific goals and achieve the success you want with this outstanding class from C3 Team Sports. Charles Hempstead will focus this class on result based exercise and training techniques that focus on basic athletic movement to perfect reaction time and body motion. With these skills, students will work to increase physical fitness, coordination, flexibility and strength - the basic keys for reaching your goals in all sports. The focus in this class is on muscle memory to intensify skills in sports like basketball, football and soccer. This high intensity session will allow students to meet their physical goals and make the most of their skills, which leads to substantial self-confidence on and off the field. Challenge yourself to meet your physical goals by registering today. Become a super athlete like your favorites. Instructor: C3 Team Sports

SPORTS PROGRAMS

RED TIGER KARATE

CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 601150-01 RRC 9-13 7/29-8/2 M-F 8am-12pm 5 $90/$99

CHAMP CAMP

Champ Camp is a high energy, fun filled and exciting exercise class for kids and teens. This class endeavors to increase the overall health and fitness level of children in a fun, safe, positive and motivating environment. With Champ Camp there is never a dull moment and participants remain engaged with a variety of fun and innovative exercises. Participants need to wear athletic clothes (no sandals) and bring a bottle of water. They will be divided according to age group. Instructor: Fit 312 CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 501100-01 RRC 8-17 6/10-6/13 M-Th 501100-02 RRC 8-17 6/24-6/27 M-Th 611100-01 CRC 8-17 7/15-7/18 M-Th 611100-02 CRC 8-17 8/5-8/8 M-Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 9am-12pm 4 $75/$82.50 9am-12pm 4 $75/$82.50 9am-12pm 4 $75/$82.50 9am-12pm 4 $75/$82.50

DODGEBALL

Our ultra-popular program includes several versions of Dodgeball. The emphasis is on fun, teamwork and exercise. We will play many different versions of the classic game using the new coated foam balls. These balls are perfect for safe FUN play! Bring water and a snack. Instructor: Bowmen Sports CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 611152-01 CRC 5-12 8/5-8/8 M-Th 601170-40 RRC 5-12 8/12-8/15 M-Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 1-9pm 4 $85/$93.50 1-4pm 4 $85/$93.50

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ELEMENTARY BASKETBALL

Bowmen Basketball is a super-fun clinic designed for players of all skills and abilities. Program time focuses on dribbling, passing, shooting and rebounding fundamentals. This is a skill-based program which utilizes drills and games to reinforce skills being taught. Part of each class time will be used for game scrimmages. All equipment supplied. Wear gym shoes and bring a water/snack. No class 7/4. Instructor: Bowmen Sports CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 501170-01 RRC 5-12 6/17-6/20 M-Th 9am-12pm 4 $85/$93.50 611151-01 CRC 5-12 7/1-7/3 M-F 1-4pm 3 $85/$93.50

FLAG FOOTBALL

During our skills clinic and traditional flag football program, players learn drills and exercises including passing and receiving as well as defensive coverage. Players also work on plays, routes and become familiar with football formations and basics. Time is set aside at each program for scrimmage. All equipment is supplied. Bring water, sunscreen and a snack! Instructor: Bowmen Sports CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 601175-01 RRC 7-12 7/8-7/11 M-Th 611153-01 CRC 7-12 7/29-8/1 M-Th

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 8-11am 4 $85/$93.50 8-11am 4 $85/$93.50

PERFORMANCE RUN CLUB

Olympian Jonathan Johnson brings you the Elite Performance Running Club to lay the foundation for good running mechanics and to ensure correct technique. Runners can improve their performance through endurance, interval, speed, plyometric and strength training. Train indoors and outside on the beautiful trails. All ages and levels are encouraged to join in a healthy style of running. Bring a water bottle and towel. Meet at Rosemeade Rec Center the first day of class. Contact instructor at 972-697-6536 for location after first day. In case of rain, meet at Crosby Rec Center. Run with us for a $10 drop in fee. Instructor: Johnson CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 511925-01 RRC 15+ 5/2-5/30 Tu/Th 7-8pm 13 $73/$80.25 Sa 7-8am 511925-02 RRC 15+ 6/1-6/29 Tu/Th 7-8pm 13 $73/$80.25 Sa 7-8am 611925-01 RRC 15+ 7/9-7/30 Tu/Th 7-8pm 10 $57/$62.75 Sa 7-8am 611925-02 RRC 15+ 8/1-8/31 Tu/Th 7-8pm 14 $79/$87 Sa 7-8am

RACQUETBALL

Interested in a Racquetball League? This is a set your own time Coed 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 go to cityofcarrollton.com/athletics for more information or help in selecting a level. CLASS # 501850-01 501850-02 501850-03 501850-04

LOC RRC RRC RRC RRC

AGE 16+ 16+ 16+ 16+

DATES 6/1-9/10 6/1-9/10 6/1-9/10 6/1-9/10

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DAY $(RES/NR) M-Su $15/$20 M-Su $15/$20 M-Su $15/$20 M-Su $15/$20

SPORTS EXPLORER 3-5

This super-fun program is a great opportunity for your child to get an introduction to team sports, like soccer, t-ball and basketball in a low competitive environment. This is a multi-sport program that includes skill development and fun-based games. Instructor: Bowmen Sports CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 611140-01 CRC 3-5 6/6-7/25 Th 5:30-6:15pm 8 $80/$88

SUMMER SOCCER SCHOOL

This week-long program will teach 12-15 year olds basic and advanced skills and concepts of the game. The program is taught by a former FC Dallas Academy player and a current NCAA soccer player. Students will need to make sure to bring water, athletic attire and athletic shoes. Instructor: Luckey CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 511110-01 CRC 12-15 6/17-6/21 611110-01 CRC 12-15 7/8-7/12 611110-02 CRC 12-15 7/22-7/26

DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) M-F 9-10:30am 5 $55/$60.50 M-F 9-10:30am 5 $55/$60.50 M-F 9-10:30am 5 $55/$60.50

UK MOMMY & ME SOCCER

This class requires parent participation. Classes offer young children an introduction to playing fun games with one of their parents that revolve around a soccer ball! Our parent and child classes have a fun curriculum that utilizes soccer as a medium for developing general motor skills, foot-eye coordination and socialization. For questions regarding the program or to register, please visit ukpetite.com or call 214-548-8220. Instructor: UK Elite Soccer Staff LOC RRC Park RRC Park RRC Park RRC Park RRC Park RRC Park RRC Park

AGE DATES 2-3 4/19-5/24 2-3 4/19-5/24 2-3 4/19-5/24 2-3 5/29-7/3 2-3 5/31-7/5 2-3 7/17-8/21 2-3 7/19-8/23

DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) F 10-11am 6 $99/$109 F 11am-12pm 6 $99/$109 F 12-1pm 6 $99/$109 W 9-10am 6 $99/$109 F 9-10am 6 $99/$109 W 9-10am 6 $99/$109 F 9-10am 6 $99/$109

UK PETITE SOCCER

UK Petite Soccer for 3-5 year olds offers young children the introduction to the world’s most popular sport! Our unique “gamesbased” approach to teaching soccer provides every child the opportunity to develop motor skills, social skills, coordination and general athletic ability in a stimulating, motivating and educational environment. For questions regarding the program or to register, please visit ukpetite.com or call 214-548-8220. Instructor: UK Elite Soccer Staff LOC RRC Park RRC Park RRC Park RRC Park RRC Park RRC Park RRC Park

AGE DATES 3-5 4/19-5/24 3-5 4/19-5/24 3-5 4/19-5/24 3-5 5/29-7/3 3-5 5/31-7/5 3-5 7/17-8/21 3-5 7/19-8/23

DAY TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) F 10-11am 6 $99/$109 F 11am-12pm 6 $99/$109 F 12-1pm 6 $99/$109 W 9-10am 6 $99/$109 F 9-10am 6 $99/$109 W 9-10am 6 $99/$109 F 9-10am 6 $99/$109

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

Facility Use Prices Court Fees

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 full-service 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 Spring & summer HOURS Monday - Thursday 8:30am-10pm Friday 8:30am-8pm Saturday 8:30am-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 PrinceTM, HeadTM and WilsonTM racquets, strings, grips and accessories at competitive prices. USRSA certified Master Racquet Technicians on staff provide complete racquet servicing for all your stringing needs. Stringing is generally completed within 24-48 hours. 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.

Adult & Youth

Resident Non-resident

$2.50

TENNIS

Oak Creek Tennis Center $4

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

Ball Machine Rental 1 Hour 30 Day Pass

Resident Non-resident

$12 $45

$15 $50

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

Satellite Court Fees 1 Hour/court

Resident Non-resident

$2

$3.50

The City of Carrollton offers 17 neighborhood outdoor tennis courts. Courts at unstaffed parks are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Tennis court usage is free at all neighborhood sites as a walk on. However, if you would like to ensure a reservation, all courts may be reserved in 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 972-466-6389.

Adult Team Tennis

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

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

Session 1: April 20 – May 23 Session 2: May 25 – June 27 Session 3: June 29 – August 1* *No class July 4 Session 4: August 3 – September 5 (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 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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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 that have dependable strokes with directional control. Fast-paced drills are excellent for league and tournament players wanting to hit many balls. • Sign up ONLINE at least 1 hour before the drill or stop by Oak Creek to register. • Pre-registration is strongly encouraged to assure your spot. • If the drill consists of only 3 players, the drill will be shortened to 1 hour. • If not enough registrants, cancellation will be 1 hour before the start of the drill. Drills meet every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday (except on holidays). Day Time Level $(Res/NR) Monday 7-8:30pm 4.0 and above $16/$18 Wednesday 7-8:30pm 4.0 and above $16/$18 Saturday 1-2:30pm 4.0 and above $16/$18

Adult Tennis Events “1st FRIDAY” DOUBLES MIXER

No partner is necessary since we provide the pairings for you. Players are grouped according to NTRP level (2.5 - 5.0). Format consists of timed rounds of progressive partner doubles. Snacks, soft drinks and prizes are provided. • Sign up ONLINE at least 1 hour before the Mixer starts or stop by Oak Creek to register. • Pre-Registration is strongly encouraged to assure your spot. • If not enough registrants, cancellation will be 1 day before the Mixer starts. Join us on the first Friday of each month for these popular events (5/3, 6/7, 7/5, 8/2) DAY 1st Friday

TIME 6:30-9pm

LEVEL All

$ RES/NR) $16/$18

Adult Tennis Leagues SINGLES LEAGUES

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

Session 1: June 10 – August 1 Session 2: August 12 – October 3 * (Leagues meet once a week for 8 weeks) DATES Mens 4.5 – Monday Mens 4.0 – Tuesday Womens 3.0 – Wednesday Mens 4.0 – Thursday

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

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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.

Session 1: June 1 – June 29 Session 2: July 6 – August 3 Session 3: August 10 – August 31* *4 week session (Classes meet once a week for 5 weeks)

TENNIS

Junior Tennis Saturday Classes

Pee Wee: Ages 4- 6

Saturday 8:30-9:30am

Future Stars/Stars: Ages 7-12 Saturday 9:30-11am

Elite 2 Teenagers: Ages 13-18 (Beginner/Intermediate level) Saturday 11am-12:30pm

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

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Junior Tennis Camps The Oak Creek Tennis Center Junior Tennis Camps are conducted by USPTA certified tennis professionals. Classes meet four days each week (Mon, Tue, Wed, and Thu). Classes cancelled due to inclement weather will be made up on Fridays at the regularly scheduled camp time. If minimum enrollment is not met, classes may be combined or cancelled two days prior to the start date. • Camp days missed due to inclement weather will be issued a credit at the conclusion of the camp. • Camp days missed of your own accord cannot be made up and no credits will be issued. • Medical refunds will be granted at a prorated amount, based on the portion of the camp missed, if a doctor’s note is provided. The refund amount is based on the date that OCTC is notified, regardless of when the injury occurred. • Registration will be prorated at the beginning of the camp if players know that they will miss a portion of the week. Drop-ins allowed based on availability and pro approval (1 hr class: $15; 1½ hr class: $22; 3 hr class: $40)

Camp Dates: June 3 – June 6 June 10 – June 13 June 17 – June 20 June 24 – June 27 July 1 – July 3 *No class July 4 July 8 – July 11 July 15 – July 18 July 22 – July 25 July 29 – August 1 August 5 – August 8 August 12 – August 15

Pee Wee Camp (Ages 4-6) Days Time

$(RES/NR)

M, Tu, W, Th 8:30-9:30am $50/$55 Get your little one introduced to the game in a fun learning environment. Emphasis is on the individual success of each child while developing eye-hand coordination. No class 7/4.

Future Stars/Stars (Ages 7-12) Days Time M, Tu, W, Th 9:30-11am

$(RES/NR) $72/$80

Players learn the proper technique on the forehand, backhand, volley and serve. A variety of fun and exciting games are incorporated into the learning process. No class 7/4.

Elite Junior Academy

An intense junior program geared towards developing players for competitive tournaments. The Elite Junior Tennis is broken down into three separate classes, depending on level. The goal is to develop players at an extremely high rate of progress. This is done through the use of correct technique, a high number of repetitions, and having our players strike every ball with a high degree of energy. The program focuses on game style, skill development, strategy, mental toughness and fitness.

Academy: Super Champ, Champ or High Level ZAT Days Time M, Tu, W, Th 9:30am-12:30pm

$(RES/NR) $117/$130

Elite 1: ZAT Level or Advanced High School Player Days Time M, Tu, W, Th 9:30am-12:30pm

$(RES/NR) $117/$130

Elite 2: Teenagers (Beginner/Intermediate) Days Time M, Tu, W, Th 11am-12:30pm

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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 one’s mind and not with one’s hands while developing abstract thought. There is a new project each month. For more information, contact Igor Kravets at 214-448-5924. No class 5/27. Instructor: Kravets CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 502120-01 RRC 5-15 5/6-6/3 602120-01 RRC 5-15 6/10-7/1 602120-02 RRC 5-15 7/8-7/29 602120-03 RRC 5-15 8/5-8/26

DAY M M M M

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

DANCE & MORE BIRTHDAY PARTY

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. Instructor: Adv & Outfit Frisco Wilderness CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 612106-01 EFNC 5+ 7/5-7/6 F/Sa 612106-02 EFNC 5+ 8/2-8/3 F/Sa

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 7-8am 2 $18/$20 7-8am 2 $18/$20

FAMILY NIGHT HIKE & DINNER

Birthday Party Package for children ages 3-12 at Rosemeade Recreation Center:

Hike with headlamps through the Elm Fork Nature Preserve. Hikers will be introduced to the nocturnal inhabitants of the Elm Fork. Master Naturalist Dusty Pilgrim will lead hikers as we explore the things that lurk in the night. Camp dinner will also be served. Instructor: Adv & Outfit Frisco Wilderness

Party Includes:

CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 512105-01 EFNC 5+ 5/17 512105-02 EFNC 5+ 6/21 612105-01 EFNC 5+ 7/12 612105-02 EFNC 5+ 8/23

Package is for the birthday child and up to nine guests. Parties can be scheduled in advance for Fridays from 1-3pm, Saturdays from 2:30-4:30pm or Sundays in the afternoon. Dance class with Ms. Joanna and a party room for your event. Supervision, set up, clean up and decorations are not provided. For questions or reservation, contact Susan Schafer at 972-466-9815.

Fees for the two hour party:

$120 Residents/$132 Non-Residents, $25 Deposit

Metropolitan Charm & Modeling In partnership with the City of Carrollton

Welcome to PARTY CENTRAL!

Our goal is to fulfill all of your party expectations. While we are service oriented, we expect the following from our customers regarding all parties: Maximum party time is limited to two hours and total headcount should be confirmed at least two days prior to party. For information on cancellations or refunds, refer to City of Carrollton Facility Rental policy on page 50.

GLITZ & GLAM BIRTHDAY PARTY

Please be advised that makeup may cause an allergic reaction in some people. How would you parents 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 and drinks and table necessities (plastic-ware, cups, etc). Price includes birthday girl and 4 invited guests (each additional guest is $10), and birthday girl’s party bag. For more information, contact Ms. Jackson at 214-673-2101 or at ajackson716@msn.com. Instructor: Jackson CLASS # LOC AGE DATES DAY 602100-01 RRC 8-14 5/4-8/31 Sa

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

PAGEANT PERFECT BOOT CAMP

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 many more! Instructor: Jackson CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 502110-01 RRC 6-13 5/11

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

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TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 7-9pm 1 $18/$20 7-9pm 1 $18/$20 7-9pm 1 $18/$20 7-9pm 1 $18/$20

FLY FISHING

Join Dallas Fly Fishers (DFF) for an introduction to fly fishing. Learn to cast, tie basic fishing knots, tie flys and discuss their uses, review equipment, learn about aquatic ecosystems, safety, fishing, ethics and regulations. This is a free class offered by DFF, including all equipment and materials. DFF has been an active club for over 30 years. Instructors are certified by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) and Federation of Fly Fishers. Participants receive a TPWD Basic Fly Fishing Certificate. Participants must bring a hat, glasses and lunch to eat on site. Visit dffclub.shutterfly. com or call Richard Johnson at 469-877-0695 with questions. CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 512210-01 SRC 5+ 5/18

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TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 9am-1pm 1 FREE

INSECTS & REPTILES

Hike through the Elm Fork Nature Preserve with Master Naturalist Dusty Pilgrim as we identify the insects, reptiles and arachnids that inhabit the preserve, as well as what to do if bitten by a snake or spider. Class will take place in the Nature Center followed by a hike. Instructor: Adv & Outfit Frisco Wilderness CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 512101-01 EFNC 5+ 5/18 512101-02 EFNC 5+ 6/22 612101-01 EFNC 5+ 7/20 612101-02 EFNC 5+ 8/17

DAY Sa Sa Sa Sa

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 10am-12pm 1 $10/$11 10am-12pm 1 $10/$11 10am-12pm 1 $10/$11 10am-12pm 1 $10/$11

NATURE ARTS & CRAFTS

Come join the North Texas Outdoor Pursuit Center for a day of arts and crafts as we use nature’s landscapes, flora and fauna to produce works of art using leaf presses, color pencils, inks and paint. The day will be filled with nature as we hike through the Elm Fork Nature Perserve. Instructor: Adv & Outfit Frisco Wilderness CLASS # LOC AGE DATES 512100-01 EFNC 5+ 5/11 512100-02 EFNC 5+ 5/25 512100-03 EFNC 5+ 6/15 512100-04 EFNC 5+ 6/29 612100-01 EFNC 5+ 7/13 612100-02 EFNC 5+ 7/27 612100-03 EFNC 5+ 8/10 612100-04 EFNC 5+ 8/24

DAY Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

TIME #CLSS $(RES/NR) 10am-12pm 1 $15/$16.50 10am-12pm 1 $15/$16.50 10am-12pm 1 $15/$16.50 10am-12pm 1 $15/$16.50 10am-12pm 1 $15/$16.50 10am-12pm 1 $15/$16.50 10am-12pm 1 $15/$16.50 10am-12pm 1 $15/$16.50

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FACILITY RENTALS

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

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

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

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 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

Facility rental fees are subject to change.

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• Memberships are encouraged to take advantage of the variety of fitness and leisure amenities at Rosemeade Recreation Center, Crosby Recreation Center and the Carrollton Senior Center. • Memberships are NOT required to register for classes or programs. • 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 w/ showers

Carrollton Senior Center

MEMBERSHIP FEES

Recreation Facility User Fees

See page 37 for information.

Rosemeade Recreation Center Memberships

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 41 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.

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

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

Senior 65+ Adult 16-64 Youth 9-15

$5

Daily Passes Resident Non-resident $4 $7 $4

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Carrollton Municipal Complex Amphitheater City Hall A. W. Perry Homestead Museum Branch Hollow Park Carrollton Public Library at Josey Ranch Lake Carrollton Public Library at Hebron & Josey Carrollton Senior Center Cedar Elm Park City Square & Gazebo Clifford E. Hall Park Crosby Recreation Center Del Santer Tract Dimension Tract Elm Fork Nature Preserve Francis Perry Park Gravley Park Greenbelt Park Area 2 Greenbelt Park Area 3 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 Josey Lane & Southern Oaks 75007 Treeline & Josey Lane 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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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.

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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.

Programs 1.

Anytime before 3 days of start date, a household credit or refund, less the $5 administrative fee, will be given.

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Within 3 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.

Trips, Special Events and One Day Classes 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 1.

Within 3 days of purchase, 100% of deposit will be refunded/credited less the $5 administrative fee.

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After 3 days of purchase and up to 3 days before event, 100% of the rental fee and 50% of deposit will be refunded/credited less the $5 administrative fee.

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Within 3 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 April 8. Non-residents may begin registration April 22. Classes begin April 29.

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10 Crosby Recreation Center Member Appreciation/Family Game Night, 972-466-9810 12 Mother’s Day Concert, A.W. Perry Museum, 972-466-6380 25 Youth Fishing Event, Josey Ranch Park, 972-466-3080

June 1 Centennial Community Picnic and Vintage Baseball Game, A.W. Perry Museum, 972-466-6380 8 Movie on the Lawn, A.W. Perry Museum, 972-466-6380 9 Daily Swimming Begins at Rosemeade Rainforest, 972-466-9833 14 Library Book Sale, Josey Ranch Lake Library, 972-466-4800 30 Battle of the Brains, Josey Ranch Lake Library, 972-466-4800

July 4 Independence Day: Pool will be open; Recreation Centers and Libraries will be closed 8 Family Fun Night, Josey Ranch Lake Library, 972-466-4800 9 Teens Take Over Tuesday, Josey Ranch Lake Library, 972-466-4800 26 Swim-in Cinema, Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex, 972-466-9833 31 League of Extraordinary Teens, Josey Ranch Lake Library, 972-466-4800

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