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City of Concord Parks & Recreation exists to provide recreation services, parks and facilities that enrich the lives of all residents and promote the opportunity for a healthy lifestyle.
A message from the director... Providing quality programming and services, a safe, aesthetically pleasing greenway and park system is the commitment we make every Bob Dowless day to the families and residents of Concord. We take great pride in providing services that enhance quality of life and we strive to make our community a great place to live. I hope you have the opportunity to get outdoors and walk the greenway, visit one of our parks, experience one of our special events, visit one of our community centers, and participate in a recreational class or program. Concord Parks & Recreation takes great pride in the community support we receive and want you to know that we are continually working to earn your support. We welcome your comments, questions or concerns. You can reach our office at 704.920.5600 or email us at email@example.com.
There is no better time to invest in a healthy future than today.
Teams enter the league pre-formed. Seasons consist of 10 regular season games and 1 single elimination tournament game. Contact 704.920.5617 for more information or visit our website at www.concordparksandrec.org. Fee: $375 per team unless otherwise stated.
ADULT BASKETBALL WINTER
Divisions: Men’s Open Gold, Men’s Blue Division, Men’s Silver (over 40) and Women’s Registration: December 1 – January 2 Playing Season: January – March
ADULT CO-ED VOLLEYBALL SPRING
Divisions: Men’s Open Gold, Men’s Blue Division, Women’s and Co-ed Registration: F all: August 1 – 31 Playing Season: Fall: September – November
Registration: Spring: March 1 – 31 Playing Season: Spring: April – June
ADULT FLAG FOOTBALL FALL
Divisions: Men’s 5 on 5 and Co-ed Registration: August 1 – 31 Playing Season: September – December
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Registration: February 1 – 31 Playing Season: March – May Fee: $250 per team
ADULT WOODEN BAT SOFTBALL SUMMER
Divisions: Men’s Open Gold and Co-ed Registration: J une 1 – 30 Playing Season: July – September
TENNIS Known as “the sport of a lifetime”, tennis directly impacts a person’s health and quality of life. Tennis is a family-friendly sport, which not only provides a great aerobic workout, but also teaches values such as teamwork, sportsmanship, fair play, and discipline.
Ages 18+ Instructor: Laura K. Overcash, USPTA, 704.699.0765, Laura40lovetennis@gmail.com
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Whether you are new to learning the game or refreshing your skills, this is a great place to start. You will learn the basic strokes, how to rally and keep score in this fundamental class of tennis. Day: Mondays, 6:00 – 7:00 pm SESSION I: 9/17 – 10/29 Act. #6096.218 Fee $105
ATHLETICS 21ST ANNUAL MAYOR’S TOURNAMENT OCTOBER 5, 2018
This is an annual event held at Rocky River Golf Club to support the Junior programs of Concord and Cabarrus County. We are currently taking applications for Sponsors. EAGLE SPONSORSHIP $1,000 4 Tournament entries, sponsor recognition listing, special recognition in City of Concord’s newsletter BIRDIE SPONSORSHIP $500 Tournament entries, sponsor recognition listing, additional two players: $250 TEE SPONSORSHIP $300 Sponsors name placed on a tee sign on the hole in which they are sponsoring. Opportunity to have representative in direct contact and/or provide “giveaways”. September 10: applications for the Public opens – based on availability October 1: deadline for all entries Please contact Matt Zvanut with Rocky River Golf Club at firstname.lastname@example.org or 704-455-1200 ext. 22
after 11/3/18, opening on Saturdays and Sundays only.
Races will begin and end on Means Avenue (beside the Historic Courthouse) in downtown Concord, run on the McEachern Greenway and the Downtown Connector Greenway.
MOTIVATE WELLNESS 5K TO 10K CHALLENGE Act. #6217.218
This intermediate running program is designed to help and motivate those that have run several 5Ks and are now interested in training for longer distances. The goal is to run the optional Veterans Salute 10K race. Race registration not included in the class price. Min 25 participants Day: T uesday & Thursday, 6:30 p.m. Saturday, 8:00 a.m. 9/18 – 10/30 Fee: $35 Location: Dorton Park
VETERANS SALUTE K5 & 10K
5K Act. #6001.318 10K Act. # 6217.218 Day: S aturday, 11/3, 9:30 a.m. 8:00 a.m. Pre-registration 9:00 a.m. Fun Run begins 9:30 a.m. 5K & 10K begins 5K FEE: $15 Early Registration until 10/26 $20 on Race Day $10 for Veterans
LAKE FISHER Begin your outdoor adventure today at Lake Fisher Reservoir. Lake Fisher is 3 miles in length and consists of 534 acres. In addition to providing water to the City of Concord, Lake Fisher gives the community an opportunity to enjoy the fun of fishing for the family. The lake supports a healthy sport fishery consisting of largemouth bass, crappie, channel catfish and several panfish species. All fishing at Lake Fisher must be from a boat; we provide the boats for a rental fee, boat motors are allowed but not provided. The acceptable motors are electric trolling motors and no larger than 10 horsepower gas motors. Life jackets and oars are available with boat rental. The lake is operated seasonally
10K FEE: $30 Early Registration until 10/26 $35 on Race Day $25 for Veterans
HOURS OF OPERATION Monday & Tuesday: Closed Sat. & Sun.: Seasonal before 3/7 Wed. – Sat.: 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. after 3/7 Sunday: 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. BOAT RENTAL FEES (PER PERSON) Adult: $10; $5 City of Concord resident fee Senior Adult (60 or older): $8; $5 City of Concord resident fee Youth (12-16): $8; $5 City of Concord resident fee
Awards given to overall male and female veteran and to the top three male and female finishers in each age group: 10 & under, 11-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75 and over, and Stroller Division. Call 704.920.5619 for a registration form or download one from our website. Online registration is available at concordparksandrec.org Mark your calendar for the next race:
Saturday, 4/20 9:30 a.m.
BASEBALL, BASKETBALL, SOFTBALL & SOCCER
3&4 Instructional Clinic
5&6, 7&8 Division
Designed to introduce players to organized sports. Rules are simplified, team rosters are reduced, and playing season is compacted to allow maximum exposure in a limited time frame. (All games and practices in this division are on Saturdays.)
Builds on basic fundamentals of given sport. Rules are slightly modified to present optimum playing experience for participants with limited exposure. (Practices and games are on week nights or Saturdays.)
Designed to promote teamwork, sportsmanship and advance fundamental development. No rule modifications. (Practices and games are on week nights or Saturdays.)
Age As Of
May 1, 2018
Coach Pitch Co-Ed
May 1, 2018
Coach Pitch Boys
May 1, 2018
9&10, 11&12, 13-15
May 1, 2018
Coach Pitch Girls
January 1, 2018
9&10, 11&12, 13-15
January 1, 2018
October 15, 2018
October 15, 2018
9&10, 11&12, 13-15
October 15, 2018
Coach Pitch Co-Ed
August 1, 2018
Coach Pitch Baseball
August 1, 2018
9&10, 11&12, 13-15
August 1, 2018
Coach Pitch Girls
August 1, 2018
Softball Winter Season
Begins developing fundamentals for each specific sport. Rules are modified to present the optimum playing experience for novice participants. (Practices and games are on week nights or Saturdays.)
9&10, 11&12, 13-15
August 1, 2018
August 31, 2018
August 31, 2018
August 31, 2018
August 31, 2018
9&10, 11&12, 13-15
August 31, 2018
9&10, 11&12, 13-15
August 31, 2018
GOALS OF THE PROGRAM:
PRACTICE AND GAME SCHEDULE:
• To build the child’s self esteem Practice times established by the • To teach the skills of the game coaches according to their schedule and • To build good relations among peers availability of facilities. (also between parents & children) • To create a fun atmosphere
• Fun is first! • Your child has the opportunity to play in each game • Instruction before competition • No league or individual standings • No trophies for “Winners Only” • Trophies and awards not provided
You may register at any of the following locations or on our web site at www.concordparksandrec.org. Between 8:00 – 5:00 p.m. during open registration periods. Academy Recreation Center 147 Academy Ave., Concord 704.920.5601
Hartsell Recreation Center 60 Hartsell School Rd., Concord 704.920.5602
Logan Multipurpose Center 184 Booker St. SW, Concord 704.920.5603
Coaches and sponsors are needed for all sports!! Please contact Athletics at 704.920.5600 to discuss opportunities.
Athletic Information Line: 704.920.5640
YOUTH ATHLETICS REGISTRATION FORM: PLEASE PRINT Playerâ€™s Name (Last Name)
Do you want to receive texts? Yes
Email Address Date of Birth Age Please bring copy of birth certificate when registering.
What school does your child attend? Please list any disabilities that need special attention: Registration Fee:
How did you hear about us?
Checks should be made payable to City of Concord
m Leisure Times m Brochure to City Schools m Online Search m Word of Mouth
m Instructional Clinics (3-4) $35.00 m City of Concord Resident* ($35.00 Registration Fee) m Non City Resident ($55.00 Registration Fee)
*City of Concord Resident indicates that applicant resides within the City Limits of Concord. All applications subject to verification. Sorry, no refunds can be made after first game is played. Our programs are dependent upon volunteer coaches. Are you as a parent willing to help coach a team if needed?
PARENTAL CONSENT INFORMATION: Must be signed for applicant to participate. We/I, the parent(s) or guardian have given permission for Youth Athletic Program sponsored by CITY OF CONCORD PARKS AND RECREATION.
to participate in the
As parent or guardian of above participant, I hereby give consent for any emergency treatment as approved by his/ her coach or other adult escort, in case of illness or injury while participating in this athletic program. I understand that this is to prevent undue delay and assure prompt treatment and that only a licensed physician will be engaged for such an emergency. Parents will be notified in case of serious illness or injury as quickly as they can be reached, but this will make immediate treatment possible. Concord Parks and Recreation, its staff, facilities and instructors will not be held responsible for any injury or loss that might occur in the course of this program. Photos and videos may be taken of my child for departmental use. I verify that I have read and fully understand the above information.
Signature of Parent/Guardian
PRINTED Name of Parent/Guardian
YOUTH ATHLETICS ACT.:
Please indicate age group within Act.: Basketball Instructional Clinic Co-Ed 3-4 Co-Ed 5-6 Boys 7-8 Girls 7-8 Boys 9-10 Girls 9-10 Boys 11-12 Girls 11-12 Boys 13-15 Girls 13-15
Spring Baseball/Softball Instructional T-Ball Co-Ed 3-4 Coach Pitch Co-Ed 5-6 Boys 7-8 (CP) Girls 7-8 (CP) Boys 9-10 Girls 9-10 Boys 11-12 Girls 11-12 Boys 13-15 Girls 13-15
Soccer Instructional Clinic Co-Ed 3-4 Co-Ed 5-6 Co-Ed 7-8 Co-Ed 9-10 Co-Ed 11-12 Co-Ed 13-15
Fall Baseball/Softball Coach Pitch Co-Ed 5-6 Boys 7-8 (CP) Boys 9-10 Boys 11-12 Boys 13-15
Girls 7-8 (CP) Girls 9-10 Girls 11-12 Girls 13-15
UNIFORM SIZES :
Please check size of one t-shirt and one pair of shorts.
m Youth X- Small m Youth Small m Youth Medium m Youth Large m Adult Small m Adult Medium m Adult Large m Adult XL m Adult XXL
Shorts: NA for Baseball
m Youth X-Small m Youth Small m Youth Medium m Youth Large m Adult Small m Adult Medium m Adult Large m Adult XL m Adult XXL
Please note that all requests can not be honored, but we will attempt to honor your requests if feasible. The rosters will be locked after the draft is complete. No switching teams after the draft is complete.
Registration fee: $35.00 for City of Concord Residents; $55.00 registration fee for all other participants. Please make all checks payable to: CITY OF CONCORD. For further information, please call: 704.920.5617 or 704.920.5618. Or email: email@example.com
For Office Use Only: Receipt # NOTES:
Athletic Information 704.920.5600 Line: 704.920.5640
YOUTH ATHLETICS TENNIS DORTON PARK TENNIS
LES MYERS PARK TENNIS
TENNIS 4 TOTS
10 & UNDER TENNIS
Instructor: Laura K. Overcash, USPTA, 704.699.0765, Laura40lovetennis@gmail.com Age 3-5. Tennis program especially designed for preschoolers. Will work on developing hand/eye coordination as well as motor skills all while learning basic tennis skills. Focus will be on fun & movement. SESSION I: M onday, 9/17 – 10/29 Act. #6215.218 4:15 – 5:00 p.m. Fee $80
10 & UNDER TENNIS
Instructor: Chad Oxendine, 704.806.0909, www.amptennis.com. Ages 5-10. Group lessons on courts 7 & 8. Day: Saturday, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. SEPTEMBER: 9/8, 9/15, 9/22, 9/29 OCTOBER: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27 NOVEMBER: 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24
Act. #6211.218 Act. #6212.218 Act. #6213.218
Day: Saturday, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. DECEMBER: 12/1, 12/8, 12/15, 12/22 Act. #6214.318 Fee per group session: $25; $5 city resident discount
Ages 5-10. Players are introduced to the fundamentals of tennis through activities designed to build a solid foundation for long term athletic development. Activities are focused on developing the ABCs (agility, balance and coordination) all while forming the skills necessary to serve, rally and score. SESSION I: RED 1: Ages 5-8 (beginner) Tuesday, 9/4 – 10/23, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
SESSION II: RED 2: Ages 5-8 (intermediate) Thursday, 9/6 – 10/25, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
SESSION III: ORANGE 1: Ages 8-10 (beginner) Tuesday, 9/4 – 10/23, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Act. #6212.218 SESSION IV: ORANGE 2: Ages 8-10 (intermediate) Thursday, 9/6 – 10/25, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Act. #6214.218 Fee $105 per session
Ages 11-17. This program is designed for the beginner player or a player wanting to play High School Tennis. I will work hard to develop players that are technically sound, physically fit, mentally tough and strategically smart. I will also strive to teach the many life lessons that tennis has to offer and that becoming a tennis champion is less important than becoming a champion person. SESSION I: ROOKIES: (beginner) Act. #6223.218 Monday, 9/17 – 10/29, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Fee $105 SESSION II: ACES: (intermediate) Act. #6224.218 Tuesday, 9/4 – 10/23, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Fee $155
YOUTH GOLF ROCKY RIVER GOLF CLUB at Concord
All clinics are designed for beginners and experienced golfers. Golf clubs are not required. Register with Rocky River Golf Club: 704-455-1200, ext. 2.
SESSION III: ACES: (intermediate) Act. #6225.218 Thursday, 9/6 – 10/25, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Fee $155 SESSION IV: ACES: (intermediate) Act. #6226.218 Tuesday & Thursday, 9/4 – 10/25, 6:00 –7:30 p.m. Fee $305
Coaches and sponsors are needed for all sports!! Please contact Athletics at 704.920.5600 to discuss opportunities. concordparksandrec.org
Concord Parks & Recreation centers provide a variety of recreational opportunities to the public. Each center offers billiards, foosball, air hockey and free-play in the gymnasium. Weight rooms, available to men and women, are equipped with machines, free weights and cardiovascular equipment. Content/schedule dates may be subject to change. Meeting rooms are available to the public. Fee based on usage.
ACADEMY OPEN BASKETBALL
No fee. at Academy Recreation Center with friends your same age. Day: Monday – Friday, 3:00 – 5:45 p.m. Day: Monday – Friday, 3:00 – 5:45 p.m. Day: Monday – Friday, 10:00 a.m. – 5:45 p.m. Tuesday, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. FAMILY, Ages 5 & up Day: Mon., Wed. & Fri., (Sept. & Oct.), 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Come enjoy basketball YOUTH, Ages 5-12 TEEN, Ages 13-17 ADULT, Ages 18 & up
HARTSELL OPEN BASKETBALL
No fee Come enjoy basketball at Hartsell Recreation Center with friends your same age. The gym is NOT available for play in October. YOUTH, Ages 8-12 Day: Monday – Friday, 3:00 – 5:45 p.m. TEEN, Ages 13-17 Day: Monday – Friday, 3:00 – 5:45 p.m. ADULT, Ages 18 & up Day: Tues. & Thur., 10:00 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. Wed., 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. (Sept. only) FAMILY, Ages 5 & up Day: Mon., Tues., Thurs. & Fri. (Sept. only), 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
LOGAN OPEN BASKETBALL
No fee. Come enjoy basketball at Academy Recreation Center with friends your same age. YOUTH, Ages 8-12 Day: Monday – Friday, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. TEEN, Ages 13-17 Day: Monday – Friday, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. SENIOR, Ages 50 & up Day: Mon., Wed. & Fri., 11:00 a.m.– 2:00 p.m.
Ages 5-12. Create a personal Halloween decoration! Spooky or fun, it’s your choice! No fee. Day: Thursday, 10/18, Pre-register by 10/13 3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
ACADEMY CARD & GAME CLUB Ages 18 & up. Grab a partner and put your card playing skills to the test or learn a new game. No fee. Day: Monday, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Spades, 11/5 Pinochle, 11/12 Euchre, 11/19 Hand & Foot, 11/26 Location: Arts & Crafts Room
ACADEMY RECREATION CENTER
MESSY ART Act. #1021.318 Ages 5 & up. Wear your old clothes because we are going to get messy creating art that your parents probably wouldn’t let you do at home! Day: Wednesday, 11/7, Pre-register by 11/5 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Fee: $8; $5 resident discount
THANKSGIVING YOUTH BINGO Act. #1022.318
147 Academy Avenue NW | Frances House, Center Supervisor | 704.920.5601 Act. #1018.318 Ages 18 & up. Play B-I-N-G-0, socialize and have a good time. No fee. Day: Wednesday, 9/5, 9/19, 10/3, 10/17, 10/31, 11/14, 11/28, 12/12, 12/19 12:30 – 2:00 p.m. Location: Les Myers Park, C.T. Sherrill Building, 338 Lawndale Ave.
ADULT VOLLEYBALL Ages 16 & up. Come enjoy volleyball at Academy Recreation Center with friends. No fee. Day: T hursday, 9/20 – 11/15 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. MODEL CAR BUILDER
Ages 8 & up. Did you know building model cars is one of the most popular hobbies in the world? Join staff as we help you build your very own model car. Day: Wednesday, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. BEGINNER: Act. #1015.318 9/26, Pre-register by 9/15 INTERMEDIATE: Act. #1016.318 10/25, Pre-register by 10/14 Fee per session: $15; $5 city resident discount
HALLOWEEN PUMPKIN CRAFT Act. #1020.318
8-BALL BILLIARDS TOURNAMENT
Act. #1017.318 Ages 18 & up. Do you have what it takes to become the next Academy Recreation Center pool champion? Show friends and family how you compete your way to the top. Each game will be played using UPA rules. No fee. Day: T hursday, 9/27, Pre-register by 9/25 6:15 – 8:00 p.m.
TEEN POWER HOUR Act. #1019.318 Ages 13-15. Join staff for supervised and guided weight training. Participants will be taught and guided through safe and proper lifting techniques and exercises to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Day: Tuesday & Thursday, 10/2 – 10/30 Pre-register by 9/28 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Fee: $15; $5 city resident discount Location: Cardio and Fitness Rooms
Ages 5-12. Enjoy a Turkey-riffic time playing B-I-N-G-O with your friends! No fee. Day: Tuesday, 11/20, Pre-register by 11/16 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Location: Arts & Crafts Room
CHRISTMAS TREE CRAFT Act. #1023.318
Ages 5-12. What a great opportunity to create a beautiful, personal Holiday Tree craft! We’ll decorate cones using candy and icing into beautiful Holiday Trees! Day: Thursday, 12/20, Pre-register by 12/18 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. Fee: $8; $5 city resident discount
HOLIDAY ART ADVENTURE Act. #1024.318
Ages 5-12. Create your very own holiday story. Staff supervised. No fee. Day: Friday, 12/21, Pre-register by 12/19 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
RECREATION CENTERS HOURS Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Saturday: 12:00 noon – 5:00 p.m. Sunday: CLOSED Holidays: 12:00 noon – 6:00 p.m. CLOSED: Thanksgiving & Christmas
HARTSELL RECREATION CENTER
60 Hartsell School Rd. | Martha Hagood, Center Supervisor | 704.920.5602
Ages 50 & up. Learn the newest game in town – a racquet sport that combines badminton, tennis and table tennis. Bring your equipment or use ours. No fee. Day: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. (No play in October)
Ages 2-5. Learn ballet principles, body position, carriage and posture through movement. Instructor: Tuwanna McNeely Day: Monday, 10:00 – 10:30 a.m. SESSION I: 9/10 – 10/1 Act. #1080.218 SESSION II: 10/8 – 10/29 Act. #1080.318 SESSION III: 11/5 – 11/26 Act. #1081.318 Fee per session: $25; $5 city resident discount
HARTSELL KARATE CLUB
Ages 3 & up. Youth learn to kick, block, punch and strike. Instructor: James Reid Day: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. SESSION I: 9/5 – 9/28 Act. #1082.218 SESSION II: 10/1 – 10/26 Act. #1083.318 SESSION III: 10/29 – 11/19 Act. #1084.318 SESSION IV: 11/26 – 12/17 Act. #1085.318 Fee per session: $25; $5 city resident discount
Ages 18 & up. For those who have never played bridge or have not played in a while, these lessons are for you! Min. 8; Max. 20. Day: T uesday, 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. Fee: $35 per 6 week session; $5 city resident discount BEGINNING BRIDGE Act. #1008.218 9/11 –10/16, Pre-registration by 9/1 DUPLICATE LITE Act. #1009.318 10/23 – 12/4, Pre-register by 10/13
BILLIARDS SKILLS Act. #1025.218
Ages 11-17. Learn and improve your billiards skills. Instruction will focus on grips, technique, strategy, ball movement and learning the UPA rules. No fee. Day: Tuesday, 9/11, Pre-register by 9/10 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
FREAKY BOO MONDAY
Act. #1026.318 Ages 5-12. Get into the Halloween spirit by creating two Halloween crafts. No fee. Day: M onday, 10/29, Pre-register by 10/25 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Act. #1027.318 Age 5-12. Make something special for Thanksgiving. No fee. Day: M onday, 11/19, Pre-register by 11/15 5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
CHRISTMAS CRAFT Act. #1028.318 Ages 5-12. See what fun you can have making a Christmas craft with your friends! No fee. Day: F riday, 12/14, Pre-register by 12/12 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. HARTSELL WALKING CLUB
Ages 18 & up. Self-instructed class. Condition, stretch and socialize as you walk your way into better health. No class on holidays or election days. No fee. Day: M onday, Wednesday & Friday 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
CARD & GAME CLUB
Ages 18 & up. Stimulate creative thought and strategic process through the use of games. Come and enjoy our stash of classic and new games. No fee. Staff supervised. If interested, inquire at front desk. Day: Thursday, 6/7 – 8/30 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
LOGAN MULTIPURPOSE CENTER 184 Booker Street SW | Rodney Smith, Center Supervisor, 704.920.5603.
Ages 50 & up. Learn the newest game in town – a racquet sport that combines badminton, tennis and table tennis. Bring your equipment or use ours. No fee. Day: T uesday & Thursday 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Age 4 & up. Youth will learn how to defend themselves, gain confidence and get in shape. No fee. Instructor Tony Moody, 704-701-1346. Day: Tuesday & Thursday 5:00 p.m. – Ages 4 & 5 6:00 p.m. – Ages 6-10 7:00 p.m. – Ages 11 & up
LOGAN WALKING CLUB
Ages 18 & up. Self-instructed class. Condition, stretch and socialize as you walk your way into better health. No fee. Day: M onday – Friday 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
LOGAN CARD & GAME CLUB
Ages 18 & up. Join the Logan MultiPurpose Center staff for assorted card and board games this fall! Stimulate creative thought, and strategic processing through the use of games. No fee. Day: Wednesday 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Ages 6–12. Play dodgeball! No fee. Day: F riday, 9/28 & 10/26 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
HOLIDAY ARTS & CRAFTS DAYS
Ages 5 -13. Come and create a holiday craft for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. No fee. Day: M onday, 10/29 Act. #1029.318 Tuesday, 11/6 Act. #1030.318 Wednesday, 12/19 Act. #1031.318 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
TODDLER TIME TODDLING TOWARDS ART
Ages 10 months - 3 years. We’ll combine arts & crafts with popular children’s songs. Each toddler must be accompanied by an adult. No fee. Min. 4; Max. 15. Pre-registration is required and opens 7 days prior to each class date. Day: Tuesday, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Location: Fire Station # 9, 1020 Ivey Cline Rd.
Act. #9055.318 Come along on this awesome apple adventure! These apples aren’t for us to eat, but they’re still super neat! Day: 9/25, Pre-register by 9/24
GIGGLES & WIGGLES
Ages 18 months - 3 years. CHECK IT OUT! We’ve added optional themes to each class! Kiddos are welcome to dress for the occasion or bring their favorite themed toys to play with! During this interactive playtime for toddlers, we will wiggle to music, giggle with friends, and have a whole lot of fun! All toddlers must be accompanied by an adult. No fee. Min. 4; Max.15. Registration is required and opens 7 days prior to each class date. Day: F riday, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
Act. #9056.318 It’s almost Halloween! From pretty pumpkin crafts to spooky ghosts, we’ll have something for everyone! Day: 10/30, Pre-register by 10/29
Act. #9057.318 Gobble up the good times! We’ll have an assortment of turkey crafts, painting, and activities! Day: 11/13, Pre-register by 11/12
Act. #9060.318 Craft and create cool Christmas critters! Get in the Christmas spirit with us! Day: 12/18, Pre-register by 12/17
How fast can you zoom? Day: 9/21
Going on a Bear Hunt is our favorite! Day: 10/5
Act. #9052.318 Bring your Halloween costume and come play with us! Day: 10/26
Act. #9053.318 What animal is your favorite? Bring a favorite stuffed animal friend if you’d like! Day: 11/9
Bundle up for this fun class! Day: 12/7
Ages 2-5. Reaching to our toddler toes and back up like the flower grows. We’ll use music to stretch our imaginations and mini muscles while laughing and having fun! Bring a yoga mat and water. No fee. Min. 4; Max. 15. Registration is required and opens 7 days prior to each class date. Day: Friday, 11:15 a.m. – 12:00 noon Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
RED LIGHT, GREEN LIGHT Act. #9200.318
Ride a motorcycle through the country stopping to pose like the flowers and animals we see along the way. We’ll rev our engines as we practice our OM meditations and play a game of red light green light with a fun yogi twist! Day: 9/21, Pre-register by 9/20
CAN LITTLE YOGIES FIND THE BEAR? Act.#9201.318
We are going on a bear hunt today! Pose like a tree, row your boat, and many more to follow the map and find the bear! Day: 10/5, Pre-register by 10/4
YOGI TRICKS & SPOOKY TREATS Act. #9202.318 Wear your Halloween costumes and pose like a black cat for this spooky holiday! We will ride our brooms like witches, search under troll bridges, and even pose like pumpkins. A fun Halloween treat will be waiting at the end! Day: 10/26, Pre-register by 10/25
SAFARI THROUGH THE JUNGLE Act. #9203.318 Get your binoculars ready because today we are journeying through the jungle! Hear the story of the crazy monkey, roar like lions, and pose like cobras while jogging through the jungle! Day: 11/9, Pre-register by 11/8
WINTER SOLSTICE Act. #9204.318 We will pose like snow covered mountains, dance like ice skaters, and walk like penguins! We will even make our own glitter snow globes to use while meditating! Day: 12/7, Pre-register by 12/6
PRE-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES BIG BOOKS AND LITTLE PICASSOS
Ages 2-5. We’ll read a story before the creativity begins! We’ll paint like Picasso, so wear old clothing! Children must be accompanied by an adult. Min. 4; Max. 12. Pre-registration is required. Day: Wednesday, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Fee per class: $10; $5 city resident discount
A RAINBOW OF MY OWN Act. #9020.218
Summer may be over but we’re soaking up the last bit of sun! We’ll make suns and rainbows using our feet! Day: 9/12, Pre-register by 9/10 Location: Fire Station #9, 1020 Ivey Cline Rd.
I KNOW AN OLD LADY WHO SWALLOWED A FLY Act. #9064.318
When an old lady swallows a fly, she tries her hardest to find a solution. We won’t swallow any flies, but we will paint with fly swatters! Day: 10/3, Pre-register by 10/1 Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
Act. #9065.318 This is sure to be your next favorite Thanksgiving tale! Meet Carlos the French bulldog. He sees a sea of feet, but we’ll paint with ours! Day: 11/14, Pre-register by 11/12 Location: Fire Station #9, 1020 Ivey Cline Rd.
THE MERRY CHRISTMAS MYSTERY Act. #9066.318
It’s Christmas morning, but something is wrong with Santa’s presents! Will Pooh and his gang solve the mystery? Come find out as we paint Santa and his friends using nothing but our hands and feet! Day: 12/5, Pre-register by 12/3 Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
BIG BOOKS AND LITTLE COOKS
Ages 2-5. Join us for a story and fun in the kitchen! We’ll play games and make themed snacks! Children must be accompanied by an adult. Min. 4; Max. 12. Pre-registration is required. Day: Thursday, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Fee per class: $10; $5 city resident discount
IF YOU GIVE A DOG A DONUT Act. #9119.218
Have you ever wondered what would happen if you were to give a dog a donut? We’ll make some unique “donuts” of our own. Day: 9/13, Pre-register by 9/11 Location: Fire Station #9, 1020 Ivey Cline Rd.
OTIS AND THE SCARECROW Act. #9061.318
Otis wants to make friends with the new scarecrow in the cornfield, but he won’t talk! We’ll find out why and make some fun Halloween snacks. Day: 10/25, Pre-register by 10/23 Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
HOW TO MAKE AN APPLE PIE AND TRAVEL THE WORLD
Act. #9062.318 What happens when you want to make an apple pie and the grocery store is closed? Join us as we make applethemed foods and learn all about apple pie! Day: 11/29, Pre-register by 11/27 Location: Fire Station #9, 1020 Ivey Cline Rd.
HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS Act. #9063.318 Everyone knows and loves the Grinch. Enjoy the classic story with some fun, new treats! Day: 12/13, Pre-register by 12/11 Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
BIG BOOKS AND TINY DANCERS
Ages 2-5. This Big Book series will get you moving! We may jump, dance, and sing… come and find out! Children must be accompanied by an adult. No fee. Min. 4; Max. 15. Pre-registration is required and opens 7 days prior to each class date. Day: Monday, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
Act. #9067.318 Nipper the clumsy crab just wants to play games with his friends. Dance and sing with your friends as we create crab tambourines and play oceanthemed games. Day: 9/17
THE WITCH’S REVENGE Act. #9068.318 What happens when a guest dressed as a witch shows up to a Halloween party? We’ll shine our flashlights through the windows in the book to find out and then we’ll flashlight dance afterwards! Day: 10/1
DOG’S DON’T WEAR SNEAKERS
Act. #9070.318 Dogs don’t wear sneakers and neither do we! Kick off your shoes and slide around with us after this sweet story! Day: 11/5
THE HAPPY SNOWMAN Act. #9071.318 The kids in this tale sing, dance, and play with their new snow friend. We’ll stay warm inside and have happy dances of our own! Day: 12/10
PRE-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES TRAILS & TALES
Ages 3 & up. This program is in collaboration with the Concord branch of Cabarrus County Public Library. Experience a children’s book in real life on our greenway as we do activities and crafts while we read! You can also get signed up for a library card! No Fee. Pre-registration NOT required. Day: Monday, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Location: McGee Park, 209 Corban Ave.
WATER IS WATER
Water is water, until it’s not! Explore the many forms of water in nature with us as we create and play with it in all its forms! Day: 9/24
Silly old fox, don’t you know? There’s no such thing as a Gruffalo! Or is there? Find out for yourself as we join a mouse on an adventure through the forest. Day: 10/29
GREENWAY ADVENTURES Ages 3 & up. Using the greenways as our classroom, we will explore critters and their habitats with fun and creative activities. Parents are encouraged to join in on the fun. Each program will meet at the designated trail for 1 to 1.5 hours. No fee. Pre-registration is required. Day: Monday & Wednesday, 4:00 p.m. NEW TIME!
We’ll spend a little time chasing the sun, and a lot more time catching it as we create suncatchers out of colorful plants we find along the trail.
SPLASH! Dive into the world of water with us as we explore it, paint with it, and play in it!
Day: Monday, 10/8 Act. #9038.318 Day: Monday, 9/17 Act. #9021.218 Location: McGee Park Shelter Location: McGee Park Shelter Day: Wednesday, 10/10 Act. #9039.318 Day: Wednesday, 9/19 Act. #9022.218 Location: Moss Creek at HHH II Location: Moss Creek at HHH II Greenway Greenway
As we trek along the trail, keep an eye out for interesting bugs! We’ll catch them with our nets and set up our very own insect safari! Day: Monday, 10/1 Act. #9036.318 Location: McGee Park Shelter Day: Wednesday, 10/3 Act. #9037.318 Location: Moss Creek at HHH II Greenway
Run! Hide! Jump! Draw! We’ll dive into the world of animals and play a few games while we’re there! Day: Monday, 10/15 Act. #9040.318 Location: McGee Park Shelter Day: Wednesday, 10/17 Act. #9041.318 Location: Moss Creek at HHH II Greenway
WE’RE GOING ON A BEAR HUNT
What a beautiful day to catch a bear! No need to be scared as we swish and swash our way through the park in search of a big one! Day: 11/19
GREENWAY LOCATIONS McGee Park Shelter (McEachern Greenway), 219 Corban Ave. E Moss Creek at HHH II Greenway (beside W.R. Odell Primary School), 1215 Moss Farm St. NW
LITTLE “LEAF”ONARDO DAVINCIS
We’re going to have an unbeLEAFable time finding colorful leaves on our walk and turning them into beautiful art pieces. Day: Monday, 10/22 Act. #9042.318 Location: McGee Park Shelter Day: Wednesday, 10/24 Act. #9043.318 Location: Moss Creek at HHH II Greenway
Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
ARTFUL ANTICS Act. #9028.318 Ages 5-10. The EARTH without ART is just EH! Make the world a more colorful place with this free after school arts & crafts class. Drop in every week to see what different, wacky, creative and amazing art projects we have to offer. Min. 2; Max. 10. No fee. Pre-registration is required. Day: Wednesday, 9/19 - 12/12 No class; 10/31, 11/21 4:00- 4:45 p.m.
NATURE SNAP KIDS!
Ages 4 & 5 and 6-10. A photography class designed just for kids! We’ll provide cameras (or bring your own) to play photography games and capture nature! No Fee. Min. 4; Max. 8. Pre-registration is required. Day: Thursday, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. Ages: 4 & 5 Day: 9/20 Act. #9123.218 10/4 Act. #9072.318 10/25 Act. #9073.318 Ages: 6-10 Day: 9/27 Act. #9074.318 10/11 Act. #9075.318 11/1 Act. #9076.318
UNICORN “SLEEP” OVER Act. #9034.318 Ages 8-12. Have a “Sleep“ over with us! (minus the sleep!) Make unicorn headbands, bath bombs, and sparkling lip gloss as we paint our nails, dance and listen to music! Min. 4; Max. 10. Pre-registration is required. Day: M onday, 11/12, Pre-register by 11/8 2:00- 4:00 p.m. Fee: $15; $5 city resident discount Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
YOUTH ART WITH JESSICA
Ages 6-12. Get creative in these new art classes instructed by Jessica Floeter, who has been teaching drawing, sculpture, AP Art and Art Clubs with Cabarrus County Schools for five years. Min. 5; Max.10. Pre-registration is required. Day: Tuesday, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
TEXTURE LANDSCAPES Act. #9125.218
Do your action figures need a cool, textured play set? Using your imagination and creative juices, we’ll mold recycled and found objects into landscapes you can use for fantasy play. Day: 9/18, Pre-register by 9/14 Fee: $30; $5 city resident discount
Act. #9101.318 Twiddle-dee-dee, this craft is for me! We’ll shape birds out of air-dried clay, adding gauze, feathers, wire legs, paint and wood to give them a life of their own! Day: 10/9, Pre-register by 10/5 Fee: $25; $5 city resident discount
BOTANICAL IMPRESSIONS Act. #9102.318 A short hike in the woods will provide us with a collection of natural objects to use for our impressions. We’ll select and press our objects into a clay-filled frame; remove objects, fill with plaster and “voila” – a sculpted impression will appear! This creative activity provides art for your wall or desk! Day: 10/30, Pre-register by 10/26 Fee: $30; $5 city resident discount
MATISSE CUT-OUTS Act. #9103.318 Create a Matisse-inspired masterpiece of paper shapes and colors using scissors and paste. He would be so proud of you “drawing with scissors”! Day: 12/4, Pre-register by 11/30 Fee: $25; $5 city resident discount
GROSSOLOGY Ages 6-12. The scariest and grossest time of year calls for this new GROSSOLOGY class! We will get down and dirty with grimy art projects and sticky, slimy, science experiments. You’ll feel gross but leave with a smile, taking home some pretty awesome creatures and specimens! Min. 4; Max.10. Pre-registration is required. Day: M onday, 4:30- 5:30 p.m. Fee: $10 per class; $5 city resident discount
GROOGY GHOSTS AND GOBLINS Act. #9029.318
Partake in this icky foaming ghost experiment and wonky monster head crafts with much icky-ness mixed in! Day: 10/1, Pre-register by 9/27
OOEY GOOEY WITCHES’ BREW Act. #9030.318
Create your own shrunken apple heads while creating and playing with the sticky icky substance in the witches’ cauldron! Day: 10/8, Pre-register by 10/4
SMELLY GRIMEY GERMS Act. #9031.318
From fake snot slime, to your very own blood model, and fake handmade germs, this day will for sure be a gross one! Day: 10/15, Pre-register by 10/11
ROTTEN PUMPKIN PATCH Act. #9032.318
Oozing jack-o-lanterns and squishy pumpkin guts live in the rotten pumpkin patch! Who knows what else is in store for us? Day: 10/22, Pre-register by 10/18
SQUISHY ZOMBIE BRAINS Act. #9033.318 We will start with a dancing gummy worms experiment and finish with a dissection of a deformed zombie brain! Day: 10/29, Pre-register by 10/26
YOUTH ACTIVITIES BONJOUR, CIAO, YASSOU, OR HELLO!
Ages 6-12. Fill your passport and travel the world with us without ever having to board a plane! We’ll explore far away countries and learn about their cultures through food, stories, crafts, and more! Min.4; Max.12. Pre-registration is required. Day: Monday, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Fee: $10; $5 city resident discount Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
ITALY: LEANING TOWER OF PISA
Act. #9080.318 Building your own Tower of Pisa, making pizza, and throwing a wish in the Trevi Fountain will be our experiences of Italy! Come ready for an adventure! Day: 9/24, Pre-register by 9/20
JAPAN: CHERRY BLOSSOMS Act. #9081.318
Practice basic Japanese customs with activities such as painting cherry blossoms, learning the art of origami and making sushi with a fun twist! Can you eat with chopsticks? Day: 10/8, Pre-register by 10/4
AUSTRALIA: THE GREAT BARRIER REEF
Act. #9082.318 Let’s explore the colorful Great Barrier Reef! We’ll learn about one of the oldest continuing civilizations, make our own traditional instruments, and create sea creatures we may see at the Great Barrier Reef! Day: 10/22, Pre-register by 10/18
GREECE: A GREEK FESTIVAL Act. #9083.318 Put your dancing shoes on, we are having a Greek festival! We’ll dress up as Greek gods and goddesses and experience ancient Greece history by learning a Greek dance and tasting a traditional honey snack! Day: 11/5, Pre-register by 11/1 NICARAGUA: THE LAND OF LAKES AND VOLCANOES Act. #9084.318
Explore Nicaraguan culture while adventuring through the rainforest and making our own volcanoes! Day: 11/19, Pre-register by 11/15
CHINA: CHINESE NEW YEAR Act. #9085.318 Discover fun facts about China’s culture as we prepare for the Chinese New Year in February! We will make our own dragons for the big parade and decorate lanterns! Day: 12/3, Pre-register by 11/29 14
WILD CHILD Ages 8 & up. Take on wild adventures, exploring the greenway and nature as we investigate, build, and create! Each program will meet at the designated location for 1 to 1.5 hours. No fee. Pre-registration is required. Day: Tuesday, 5:00 p.m. NEW TIME!
Act. #9045.318 Let’s help the birds survive the winter by creating nests and bird feeders. When we’re done, we’ll adventure into the ‘wilderness’ to place our creations! Day: 9/18 Location: McEachern Greenway Extension, 106 Wilson St.
EXTREME MAKEOVER: NATURE EDITION
Act. #9046.318 Turn your container into a home for plants and animals. After we make terrariums from materials provided, we’ll search natural areas for critters to put in them. Day: 10/2 Location: McGee Park, 219 Corban Avenue
Act. #9047.318 Build, create, and WIN! We’ll build mini rafts from natural materials we find on our exploration, then launch them in the creek to see whose floats! Can you build the best? Day: 10/9 Location: Dorton Park, 5790 Poplar Tent Rd.
ART-VENTURES Ages 8-12. Combine the outdoors with adventure and art. We’ll collect supplies for our projects on our walk through the park. Wear clothes for messy activities. Min.2; Max.12. Pre-registration is required. Day: Thursday, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
TREE TRINKETS Act. #9024.318
We will trek through the park collecting leaves, sticks, and anything that might come from trees to create jewelry and key chains to take home! No fee. Day: 9/20, Pre-register by 9/18 Location: McGee Park shelter, 219 Corban Ave., E
THE GREAT PUMPKIN HUNT Act. #9025.318 Pumpkins will be hiding and waiting to be found in the woods surrounding the facility! You can decorate yours with various materials or make it into a jack-olantern! Day: 10/11, Pre-register by 10/9 Fee: $10; $5 city resident discount Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
TURKEY TROT Act. #9026.318 As we trot through the park we will find the best-looking materials to make our very own pinecone turkey name holder! They will make a perfect addition to your Thanksgiving dinner table. No fee. Day: 11/8, Pre-register by 11/6 Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
HOLLY JOLLY NATURE ORNAMENTS Act. #9026.318
What better decorations for the tree than some handmade ornaments made from natural materials found by you! We will enjoy the warm “campfire” as we make these festive crafts. No fee. Day: 12/6, Pre-register by 12/4 Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
PUMPKIN(GS AND QUEENS)
Act. #9077.318 Create tasty pumpkin treats fit for royalty! Day: 10/18, Pre-register by 10/16 SUPER SIDES Act. #9078.318 Bacon mac and cheese bites? Garlic bread bombs? We’ll cook up some unique side dishes that mom and dad will beg you to make for Thanksgiving dinner! Day: 11/8, Pre-register by 11/6 CHRISTMAS COOKIE CONCOCTIONS Act. #9079.318 Everyone knows the classic Christmas cookies, but here you’ll learn some new, exciting, and crazy cute holiday sweets! Day: 12/6, Pre-register by 12/4
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Crafting with your canine friend at the Bark Park! No fee. Day: Friday, 11:00 a.m. – 1 p.m. Location: Weddington Road Bark Park
(338 Lawndale Ave, SE)
Sponsors: Foster Animal Hospital Paws in Motion Rehabilitation Center South Ridge Veterinarian Hospital Mt. Pleasant Animal Hospital P.A. Cabarrus Animal Hospital Animal Care Clinic McDonald General Store Pet Supplies Plus of Concord
Enjoy this family night of fun, activities and games in the gym. No fee.
CHRISTMAS CANINE PAW ORNAMENT Day: 12/14
6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Academy Recreation Center
PAINTING POOCHIE’S PAWS
All dogs will need a valid rabies vaccination documentation.
Saturday, 10/20 10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Les Myers Park
DIY PAWESOME TOYS FOR PUPS
Visit our sponsoring veterinarians and Information Ally, packed with vendors, nonprofits and rescue organizations.
HALLOWEEN HOUNDS NO BAKE TREATS
Ages 8-15. Join us in our brand new kitchen where we’ll make super fun, super tasty treats! Impress your friends and family with your cooking skills! Min. 4; Max. 10. Pre-registration is required. Day: T hursday, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Fee per class: $15; $5 city resident discount Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
Dogs, owners and pet lovers, play off-leash in the doggie fun zone. Enter one of our contests for a chance to win cool prizes!
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FLASHLIGHT CANDY CANE HUNT
Ages 3-12. Santa has dropped candy canes in Dorton Park and we need help finding them! Bring your flashlight! No fee. Day: T uesday, 12/18 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Location: Dorton Park large shelter, 5790 Poplar Tent Rd.
TEEN ACTIVITIES for ages 13-18 TEEN TUBE
Build a team of 3 or more! The competitor will be selected, then filmed by the team. Each team will create a 5-10 minute video to present at the Showcase. Bring your own recording devices. No fee. Min. 2 teams; Max. 5 teams. Pre-registration is required. Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
DISC GOLF TRICK SHOTS Act. #9005.318
Got game? We’re looking for distance, accuracy, speed and more. Bring your bag of tricks and special discs. Must pre-register by 9/17. COMPETITIONS Day: T uesday & Wednesday 9/18 & 9/19 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. SHOWCASE Day: F riday, 9/21 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
ARCHERY ATTACK TRICK SHOTS Act. #9006.318
Aim for the best! Perform trick shots and compete in a series of challenges. Must pre-register by 10/1. COMPETITIONS Day: T uesday & Thursday 10/2 & 10/3 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. SHOWCASE Day: F riday, 10/5 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
POOL NOODLE PLAYGROUND Act. #9008.318
Challenge involves a multi-stage obstacle course, a gladiator battle, an engineering feat and more! Must pre-register by 11/12. COMPETITIONS Day: T uesday & Thursday 11/13 & 11/14 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. SHOWCASE Day: F riday, 11/16 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
ART FOR TEENS
Get creative in these new art classes instructed by Jessica Floeter, who has been teaching drawing, sculpture, AP Art and Art Clubs with Cabarrus County Schools for five years. Min. 5; Max.10. Pre-registration is required. Day: T uesday, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
Like to compete? Think you can keep up? Bring your friends to contend in themed versions of the greatest games! No fee. Pre-registration is required.
EXTREME GAGA BALL
Act. #9010.318 We will mix plaster to pour into a mold, forming a carve-able block. Using abstract subtractive techniques we will carve from all sides to enhance our organic form. Day: 10/2, Pre-register by 9/28 Fee: $40; $5 city resident discount
You’re on your own in the battle but bring your friends to play against. Each competition has a theme. No fee. Min. 4; NO Max. Day: T hursday, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE SCHOOL COLORS Act. #9001.318 Day: 9/20, Pre-register by 9/19 TWINS Act. #9002.318 Day: 11/15, Pre-register by 11/14
JACK O’ LANTERN 2D DESIGN
Act. #9011.318 This spooky art will make the perfect Halloween display for your room. Using wood carving tools, and a light, we’ll carve out lines and shapes in layers from a real pumpkin to expose light and shadows. Day: 1 0/16 & 10/17 Pre-register by 10/12 Fee: $40; $5 city resident discount
Learn the basics for drawing postures and characteristics. PART I: THE FACE Act. #9012.318 Learn proportions, how to draw eyes, nose, mouth and ears. Evaluate placement and study techniques. Day: 11/6, Pre-register by 11/2 Fee: $30; $5 city resident discount PART II: THE FIGURE BROKEN DOWN Act. #9013.318 Create bodies using shapes then expand into fuller figures. By studying wooden manikins we’ll better understand the dynamics of the figure. Day: 11/13, Pre-register by 11/9 Fee: $30; $5 city resident discount
Enter the gauntlet where capturing the flag is the least of your worries. Battling as teams, individuals and even going after zombies. Each day is a new theme. No fee. Min. 4; NO Max. Date: T uesday, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. Location: Les Myers Park, meet at CT Sherrill Community Building, 338 Lawndale Ave. SE FAVORITE COLOR Act. #9003.318 Day: 9/25, Pre-register by 9/24 ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE Act. #9004.318 Day: 10/30, Pre-register by 10/29
NOT YOUR GRANDMA’S BOOK CLUB Act. #9008.318 Ages 14-18. Gathering with our friends each week we’ll talk about great reads selected by the group. Books will be nominated during the first club meeting on 9/20. We’ll discuss a variety of topics each week. No fee. Min. 4, Max. 12. Pre-registration is required. Day: T hursday, 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. 9/20 – 12/13, pre-register by 9/19 NO meeting 11/22 Location: Burrage Rd. Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd.
ADULT ART Anne Propst has painted professionally for over 20 years, teaching many students in her studio over the years, is offering some of her most popular classes at our newest facility. Anne has won and placed in shows nationwide. To learn more, visit her website www.artannepropst.com. Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
Sandra Riggins, certified Zentangle Teacher, has taught children, adult groups and individuals since 2016. Zentangle is a meditative art form where using repetitive designs beautiful art is created. In Zentangle “Anything is possible, one stroke at a time.” No previous art experience is required. All materials are included. Min. 5/Max. 10 participants. Day: Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon Fee per class: $40; $5 city resident discount Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
OIL PAINTING INSTRUCTION
INTRODUCTION TO ZENTANGLE (beginner) Day: 10/4, Pre-register by 10/1 STRINGS & TANGLES (beginner) Day: 10/18, Pre-register by 10/15 COLOR & TANGLES (intermediate) Day: 11/1, Pre-register by 10/29 NEW MEDIUMS & TANGLES (advanced) Day: 11/15, Pre-register by 11/12
Learn the basics of oil painting from personal photographs. All materials are included. Min. 5; Max. 10. Pre-registration is required. Day: Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Fee per class: $110; $10 city resident discount PAINT YOUR PET Act. #5101.318 Bring a close-up photo of your favorite pet and you will transform it into a portrait masterpiece. Day: 10/9, Pre-register by 10/2 LET’S PAINT SANTA CLAUS Act. #5102.318 What better way to decorate than with Ole’ Saint Nick. Using a favorite picture of Santa we’ll bring his image to life just in time to hang for Christmas. Day: 12/4, Pre-register by 11/27
ACRYLIC PAINTING INSTRUCTION
Learn the basics of acrylic painting from personal photographs. All materials are included. Min. 5; Max. 10. Pre-registration is required. Day: Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Fee per class: $110; $10 city resident discount PAINT YOUR PET Act. #5103.318 Using a close-up photo of your favorite pet we will transform a picture into a portrait masterpiece. Day: 11/13, Pre-register by 11/6 LET’S PAINT SANTA CLAUS Act. #5104.318 What better way to decorate than with Ole’ Saint Nick. Using a favorite picture of Santa we’ll bring his image to life just in time to hang for Christmas. Day: 12/11, Pre-register by 12/4
Act. #5105.318 Using enamel paint, you will complete two projects on wine glasses or coffee cups. Bring with you Testors enamel paint, one each of white, red, yellow and blue. All other materials are included. Min. 5; Max. 10. Pre-registration is required. Day: Tuesday, 12/18 Pre-register by 12/11 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Fee: $75; $5 city resident discount
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JAVA ’N PAINT
Ages 18 & up. Be creative in a relaxing atmosphere that will bring out artistic abilities! Step by step instructions are given by our staff artist, Montana Maurer, as you paint on 16” x 20” canvas! Enjoy complementary coffee as you paint. Min. 2; Max.10. Pre-registration is required. Day: Tuesday, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Fee per class: $25; $10 city resident discount Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
BUT FIRST, COFFEE
Act. #5110.318 The perfect canvas for your kitchen! Depicted in this rustic artwork will be a steaming cup of coffee with the quote “But first, coffee”. Day: 9/25, Pre-register by 9/21
THE HEART OF AUTUMN Act. #5111.318 With a countryside feel, this painting will show the beauty of nature on canvas! Day: 10/23, Pre-register by 10/19 FALL IN LOVE
Act. #5112.318 This painting will be beautiful fall leaves with the quote “Fall in Love”. Day: 11/13, Pre-register by 11/9
ACTIVE LIVING DECO DIVAS Ages 18 & up. You will have the bestlooking front door in the neighborhood with your creation from this class! Showcase your home’s entrance for Fall and Thanksgiving, then come back to make Christmas Tree decorations! Min. 2; Max.10. Pre-registration is required. Day: Tuesday, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Fee per class: $20; $5 city resident discount Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
Ages 18 & up. Help start our new square foot garden bed! You’ll get to see this bed grow from start to finish! Help build the raised bed, plant herbs and produce, and socialize with friends! All experience levels are welcome! We’ll be outside so bring a drink to stay hydrated and prepare to get a little messy! Min. 2; Max.10 participants. Pre-registration is required. Day: Tuesday or Thursday, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
BUILD THE BED Act. #5002.218 Let’s work together to assemble our raised square foot garden bed! We’ll construct walls, place a weed barrier, and fill with soil all while mingling with friends! Come ready to get your hands dirty and bring water to stay hydrated! No fee. Day: Tuesday, 9/18, Pre-register by 9/17
Act. #5006.218 Greet friends and family with this Fallinspired chevron and polka-dot pumpkin on your door! Day: 9/18, Pre-register by 9/14
GIVING THANKS Act. #5007.318 Place this welcoming turkey on your door to remind your visitors to give thanks for the upcoming holiday! Day: 10/2, Pre-register by 9/28 HOLIDAY CHEER
Act. #5008.318 Hand-paint an initial or holiday phrase on ornaments to gift to a friend or place on your tree! Day: 11/6, Pre-register by 11/2
KNITTERS AND KNOTTERS Act. #5001.218 Ages 18 & up. Do you like knitting, crocheting, and exploring your creative side? Come chat over coffee while making cozy scarves, hats, or blankets for the winter! Knitting isn’t your thing? Come join us anyway and tie a fleece blanket! All experience levels welcome. For materials list call 704.920.5604. No fee. Min. 2; Max.10. Day: Thursday, 9/6 – 12/13, NO class 11/22 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
PLANT THE VEGGIES Act. #5003.318 It’s time to see what those green thumbs can do! Asparagus, Garlic, Snap peas, and more! We will have a variety of vegetables to plant as we section off our square foot garden bed. Dress for the mess and don’t forget your water! No fee. Day: Thursday, 9/20, Pre-register by 9/19 GROW YOUR KNOWLEDGE Act. #5004.318
We will start by tending to our garden and seeing how our vegetables are growing! Then we will learn the best crops to plant for each month, which plants grow well together and which plants do not get along, and a few techniques for salvaging plants in the winter. Our hands may dig in some dirt so don’t forget to dress accordingly! No fee. Day: Tuesday, 10/9, Pre-register by 10/8
HERB YOUR ENTHUSIASM Act. #5005.318
We’re decorating terra cotta pots with fun herbal puns before tending the square foot garden bed. When we’re finished, we’ll plant our painted pots with herbs to put in your kitchen window! As always, prepare to get your hands dirty and don’t forget your water! Day: Thursday, 10/11, Pre-register by 10/10 Fee: $10; $5 city resident discount
SEWING ADULT INTERMEDIATE SEWING Act. #5125.318
Ages 18 & up. For the sewer who is familiar and comfortable with their sewing machines, has completed a few simple projects and is ready for more challenges! Bring a sewing machine and project to class and be ready to sew. Contact the instructor before class to discuss project. Min. 2/Max. 6 participants.
Instructor: Bonnie Ray Day: Monday, 10/29 – 12/3 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon Fee $35; $5 city resident discount. Location: Fire Station #7, 250 International Dr., NW
ACTIVE LIVING Trips
FIT & FABULOUS EXERCISE AND SOCIAL CLUB
Act. #4069.218 Maintain good health with mobility, strengthening and light cardio exercises. This chair-based workout also includes balance and coordination. Enjoy Bunco, luncheons, special trips, birthday celebrations and parties throughout the year! Day: W ednesday, 9/5 – 12/19 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Fee: $10; $5 city resident discount Location: Fire Station #8, 1485 Old Charlotte Rd
SHATLEY SPRINGS Act. #7009.318 Shatley Springs Inn has served as a landmark destination for travelers to enjoy the country cooking, the famous spring water and the beautiful mountain scenery. We will also visit Ashe Country Cheese Store & Factory. Bus Departs: 8:00 a.m.; Returns: 5:00 p.m. Day: W ednesday, 9/26 Pre-register by 9/21, MUST cancel before 9/24 Fee: $15 plus cost of meal BILTMORE CHRISTMAS: DAYTIME CELEBRATION
DAY INSTRUCTION CLASS
Beginner and intermediate quilters, enjoy creating a lifetime keepsake. For a materials list call 704.920.5603. Instructor: Carolyn Sweet Day: Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon SESSION I: 9/25 – 11/13 Act. #5017.318 SESSION II: 1 1/27 – 1/29 Act. #5018.318 NO class 11/20, 12/25 & 1/1 Fee per 8 week session: $40; $5 city resident discount Location: Logan Multi-Purpose Center EVENING INSTRUCTION CLASS
For all levels of quilters, we’ll create lifetime keepsakes and lifetime friends. Min. 2; Max. 8. Instructor: Johnnie McCallum Day: T hursday, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. SESSION I: 9/27 – 11/15 Act. #5019.218 SESSION II: 1 1/29 – 1/24 Act. #5010.318 NO class 11/22, 12/27 Fee per 8 week session: $30; $5 city resident discount Location: Hartsell Recreation Center EVENING CLASS Act. #5011.318 This class is self-instructed. Day: T hursday, 9/4 – 12/20, NO class 11/8 & 11/22 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Fee: $20; $5 city resident discount Location: Fire Station #7, 250 International Dr., NW
Enjoy traveling and leave the driving to us! All trips depart from “The Village” located across from First Assembly on 280 Concord Parkway South in Concord, 28027. Please park in the parking lot, across from Arby’s. Plan to arrive 30 minutes before departure for trips. Pre-registration is required. Max. 40.
Act. #7010.318 Explore Biltmore House with its art and antiques enhanced by dozens of lavishly decorated trees, mantels and fireplaces adorned with greenery, ribbons, flowers, and ornaments, and estate grounds bedecked in similar finery. Bus Departs: 8:00 a.m.; Returns: 7:30 p.m. Day: T uesday, 11/27 Pre-register by 11/13, MUST cancel before 11/15 Fee: $60 plus cost of meal
A WOLFHART HAUS CHRISTMAS Act. #7011.318 Enjoy a delicious holiday feast before you are completely immersed in the Christmas season. This original production is stuffed with all the Christmas songs you know and love, as well as dazzling dance numbers and beautiful costumes! This funfilled holiday production also features a breath-taking Nativity which is sure to put the whole family in the Christmas Spirit. Don’t miss Virginia’s favorite Christmas tradition! Bus Departs: 8:30 a.m.; Returns: 7:30 p.m. Day: T uesday, 12/11 Pre-register by 11/27, MUST cancel before 11/29 Fee: $60 (includes meal)
Ages 18 & up. For those who have never played bridge or have not played in a while, these lessons are for you! Min. 8; Max. 20. Day: T uesday, 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. Fee: $35 per 6 week session; $5 city resident discount Location: Hartsell Recreation Center BEGINNING BRIDGE Act. #1008.218 9/11 –10/16, Pre-registration by 9/1 DUPLICATE LITE Act. #1009.318 10/23 – 12/4, Pre-register by 10/13
ADULT FITNESS CLASSES A variety of fitness classes are offered. Many of our instructors hold nationally recognized certifications and all have significant training and experience. Minimum of participants per class is decided by the instructor.
NESTA Certified Group Exercise Instructor.
A combination of traditional body sculpting methods using free weights, resistance bands and your own body weight. Designed to provide you with a total body workout. Good for all levels. All equipment provided. Min. 5 participants. Day: Wednesday, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. SESSION I: 9/5 – 9/26 Act. #4086.218 SESSION II: 10/10 – 10/31 Act. #4084.318 SESSION III: 11/7 – 11/28 Act. #4085.318 SESSION IV: 12/5 – 12/26 Act. #4086.318 Fee per 4 week session: $22; $5 city resident discount Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
BOOT CAMP IN THE PARK
This outdoor class will keep you guessing and challenged with every workout. Designed to improve your overall fitness with strength, cardio, flexibility, agility, and endurance. Have fun and work hard! Bring mat, dumbbells and water. Min. 5 participants. Day: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 5:00 – 6:00 a.m. SESSION I: 10/8 – 11/1 Act. #8120.318 SESSION II: 1 1/5 – 11/29 Act. #8121.318 SESSION III: 12/3 – 12/28 Act. #8122.318 Fee per session (16 classes): $ 70; $5 city resident discount Location: Academy Recreation Center
As a Master Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor, Michelle began teaching in 2000 in New Jersey, bringing her experience to NC in 2007. All classes instructed by Michelle are located at Academy Recreation Center.
Act. #4031.418 Master Personal Trainer Michelle Colombero will design a 1 hour fitness program that includes strength training for your upper and lower body, a cardiovascular component, nutritional consultation and flexibility exercises. Fee: $40 per 1 hour session; $5 city resident discount
Improve your core strength, flexibility and balance while building strength without bulk. The workout incorporates bands, weights and fitness balls as well as combining yoga techniques. Min. 10; Max 20 participants. Day: W ednesday, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. SESSION I: 9/26 – 10/31 Act. #4071.318 SESSION II: 1 1/7 – 12/19 Act. #4072.318 Fee per 6 week session: $30; $5 city resident discount. Location: Academy Recreation Center
Susan has applied certifications in AFAA, YogaFit, ACE Group Fitness, Spinning certifications in her 20 years of instructing fitness.
This all-level Yoga Flow class channels a balance of mind, body and spirit through stretches, breathing and poses. Bring your yoga mat and water. Min. 5; Max. 15. Day: Monday, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. SESSION I: 9/17 – 10/8 Act. #4050.218 SESSION II: 10/15 – 11/5 Act. #4051.318 SESSION III: 11/12 – 12/3 Act. #4052.318 Fee per 4 week session: $22; $5 city resident discount Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
If you need information in an alternate format or require a reasonable accommodation for City communications services/programs, please contact the ADA Coordinator at 704.920.5100.
ADULT FITNESS CLASSES KELLY BOST
As a certified YogaFit and Silver Sneakers instructor since 2013, Kelly has been teaching various forms of yoga.
Utilizing Yoga fundamentals we will blend poses and breathing into stress relieving, peaceful intermission. Bring your yoga mat and water. Min. 5; Max.15. Day: W ednesday, 8:15 – 9:00 a.m. SESSION I: 9/19 – 10/10 Act. #4062.218 SESSION II: 10/17 – 11/7 Act. #4063.318 SESSION III: 11/14 – 12/12, NO Class 11/21 Act. #4064.318 Fee per 4 week session: $20; $5 city resident discount Location: B urrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
Gain Greater health benefits using breathing techniques, yoga postures, balance and relaxation. This gentle form of yoga is suitable for those unable to participate in traditional yoga classes. Practice seated and standing poses using the support of the chair. Bring your yoga mat and water. Min. 5; Max. 15. Day: Friday, 8:15 – 9:00 a.m. SESSION I: 9 /21 – 10/12 Act. #4060.218 SESSION II: 10/19 – 11/9 Act. #4060.318 SESSION III: 11/16 – 12/14 Act. #4061.318 Fee per 4 week session: $20; $5 city resident discount Location: Burrage Road Activity Center, 946 Burrage Rd. NE
Specifically designed for the active older adult and those just starting a fitness routine. Instructor: Tuwanna McNeely Day: Tuesday & Thursday 11:00 – 11:30 a.m. Fee: $3 per class Location: Hartsell Recreation Center
CHAIR ZUMBA NEW
Ages 50 & up. These music influenced workout routines strengthen your heart, core and improve your balance with lowintensity movements. Instructor: Carol Williams Day: Thursday 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Fee: $3 per class Location: Hartsell Recreation Center
In addition to being a lifetime athlete, 4 year collegiate football player, skilled athletic and fitness coach, John is a certified IFTA Personal Trainer.
GROUP PERSONAL TRAINING
Ages 16 & up. Group and individual workouts improving strength, endurance, toning, and cardio. Classes will be split between machines, free weights, cardio equipment and body weight exercises. Bring water and towel. Min. 2; Max. 15. Day: M onday, Wednesday & Friday Fee per 12 week session: $55; $5 city resident discount Location: H artsell Recreation Center DAY SESSIONS: 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. SESSION I: 9/17 – 10/12 SESSION II: 10/15 – 11/9 SESSION III: 1 1/12 – 12/14 NO Class 11/19, 11/21 & 11/23
Act. #4032.218 Act. #4033.318 Act. #4034.318
EVENING SESSIONS: 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. SESSION I: 9/17 – 10/12 SESSION II: 10/15 – 11/9 SESSION III: 1 1/12 – 12/14 NO Class 11/19, 11/21 & 11/23
Act. #4035.218 Act. #4036.318 Act. #4037.318
This dynamic fitness format combines fast and slow rhythms to tone and sculpt the body. Instructor: Ursula Barrier Day:Tuesday 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Day: Saturday 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Fee: $3 per class Location: Logan MultiPurpose Center
The same dynamic fitness format but instructed in Spanish. En español. Instructor: Altea Mozykowski Day: Monday 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Fee: $3 per class Location: Les Myers Park, CT Sherrill Building
GREENWAYS EXISTING GREENWAYS
HECTOR H. HENRY II GREENWAY THE MILLS AT ROCKY RIVER
THE VILLAGE GREENWAY
Includes a 0.5 mile paved asphalt trail which runs through Historic Gibson Village from Kerr St. to Academy Ave., and a sidewalk connector along Academy Ave., Alexander St., and Elm Ave. to the Cabarrus Boys and Girls Club. Public parking available at the corner of Kerr St. and Crowell Dr. NW, and at the Academy Recreation Center.
2.4 miles of natural surface trail along the Rocky River adjacent to the Mills at Rocky River neighborhood. (Open late 2018)
1.4-mile asphalt trail will connect to and extend the Weddington Rd. section from the Bark Park to the Riverwalk neighborhood at Clover Rd. (Open late 2019)
HAROLD B. MCEACHERN GREENWAY & DOWNTOWN LOOP
Includes a 2.2 mile asphalt trail along Three-Mile Branch from Les Myers Park (south end) to about 1/4-mile north of Hatley Cir. Public parking at Les Myers Park, McGee Park, Wilson St., and on-street parking along McCachern Blvd. The downtown loop includes 3 miles of connecting sidewalk along Lawndale Ave., Patton Ct., Union St., Means Ave. and McCachern Blvd. to the Greenway trailhead across from the Post Office, 75 McCachern Blvd. SE
HECTOR H. HENRY II GREENWAY MOSS CREEK PHASE
Includes a 1.5 mile asphalt trail along the Rocky River from Alexia Ct. to Moss Farm St. between Harris Rd. Middle School, and W.R. Odell Primary School. See wildlife in a wetlands habitat, view environmental education displays and experience the boardwalks and observation decks. Parking available at the south end only (1215 Moss Farm St. NW, W.R. Odell Primary School)
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HATLEY CIR., NE
WILSON ST., NE
New McEachern Greenway Extension
McEachern Greenway Downtown Connector
GEORGE LILES PARKWAY TRAIL
Includes a 1.3 mile asphalt path connection from Weddington Rd. to Highway 29 at Christyâ€™s Nursery. Parking currently available at Publix on Weddington Rd.
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N AVE., CORBA
Includes a 1.45 mile connection from the Weddington Rd. Bark Park to the Embassy Suites located on John Q. Hammond Dr. Public parking available at the Bark Park and at Embassy Suites.
McEACHERN GREENWAY EXTENSION
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Fees are due and payable upon registration. A registration form for our classes is included below. A signed registration form is required for participation in all programs. Please note: Summer Playground, Athletic Programs and Special Events require different registration forms. Please call for the appropriate form or download from our web site at www. concordparksandrec.org. There are three ways you can register for classes or programs: ail: Complete this registration form, include 1 M payment and mail to: Concord Parks & Recreation Department P.O. Box 308, Concord, NC 28026-0308
nline: For your convenience, some classes 2 Oand programs are now available through online
registration. Please visit our web site at www.concordparksandrec.org to see if online registration is available for your class or program. Online registration payment can be made with your credit or debit card. A user fee is applied to online charge payments.
alk-in: Complete this registration form and bring 3 W with payment to: Academy Recreation Center 147 Academy Avenue NW, Concord, NC 28025
City Resident Discount: Many of our activities and programs offer discounts to City of Concord Residents due to contributions to the local tax base. If a discount is offered, it is shown as a City Resident Discount, and if applicable, this amount will be deducted from the program fee as indicated. This discount applies to registration fees and not to supplies, materials, equipment, etc. You are a resident if you reside within the City Limits of Concord. If you are still not sure please call 704.920.5600. Please call 704.920.5600 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns. MAILING ADDRESS: Concord Parks & Recreation P. O. Box 308 Concord, NC 28026-0308 147 Academy Avenue, NW Tel. 704.920.5600 Fax 704.792.1971 www.concordparksandrec.org
Participant’s Name Home/Cell Phone
Academy Recreation Center 704.920.5601 • 147 Academy Avenue, NW Beverly Hills Park 704.920.5601 • 631 Miramar Street, NE Burrage Road Activity Center 704.920.5604 • 946 Burrage Road NE Marvin Caldwell Park 704.920.5603 • 362 Georgia Street, SW James L. Dorton Park 704.920.5602 • 5790 Poplar Tent Road Gibson Field 704.920.5600 • 265 Ballpark Ct. NW Hartsell Recreation Center 704.920.5602 • 60 Hartsell School Road Hartsell Field Complex 704.920.5600 • 30 Swink Street, NW Hartsell Park 704.920.5602 • 65 Sunderland Road Hector H Henry II Greenway at Moss Creek 1215 Moss Farm St. NW Hector H Henry II Greenway at Exit 49 8955 Weddington Rd & 5400 John Q Hammonds Dr, NW Lake Fisher Reservoir Boat Rentals 704.920.5600 or 704.938.1327 5099 Lake Fisher Road (Seasonal)
McAllister Field 704.920.5600 • 160 Crowell Drive, NW Harold B. McEachern Greenway 704.920.5600 • Enter at Les Myers Park or J. W. McGee, Jr. Park The Village Greenway 704.920.5600 • 175 Academy Avenue, NW
Work Phone Do you want to receive texts?
J. W. “Mickey” McGee, Jr. Park 704.920.5601 or 704.920.5600 219 Corban Avenue, East
John F. McInnis Pool 704.785.8105 • 151 Academy Avenue, NW (Seasonal, May-August)
Les Myers Park 704.920.5600 • 338 Lawndale Avenue
Act./Trip Site Dates: From
Rocky River Golf Club at Concord 704.455.1200 • 6500 Bruton Smith Blvd.
(am/pm) on M T W TH F SAT SUN
I agree to release and hold harmless the City of Concord and its staff from any and all claims for personal injury, property loss or any other loss that may arise out of or during participation in this program. I understand that pre-registration in my class is on a first-come, first-served basis, and that the Concord Parks & Recreation Department, its staff, facilities, and instructors will not be held responsible for any injury or loss that might occur in the course of the program. The department reserves the right to cancel or modify programs due to enrollment, weather or other situations that are deemed necessary. Refunds may be made in cases in which changes in class day, time or site prevent participation. I understand that photographs and videos may be taken during the program for departmental use. Registration fee is enclosed (if applicable).
Registrant’s Signature Residency (PLEASE CHECK ONE) Date
Administrative Office 704.920.5600 • 147 Academy Avenue, NW
Logan Multi-Purpose Center 704.920.5603 • 184 Booker St., SW
TDD/North Carolina Relay 1.800.735.8262.
PARK & FACILITIES
(Parent’s signature if registrant is under 18)
City of Concord Resident
Fee Enclosed Please make check payable to City of Concord
W. W. Flowe Park 704.920.5600 • 99 Central Heights Drive Webb Field 704.920.5600 • 165 Academy Avenue, NW Weddington Road Bark Park 704.920.5600 • 8955 Weddington Road
PARKS HOURS: APRIL - OCTOBER Open daily from 8:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. Lighted field and court facilities close at 11:00 p.m. NOVEMBER - MARCH Open daily from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. Lighted field and court facilities close at 10:00 p.m.
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Your needs are vital to the creation of a more connected Concord. Please consider participating in the process by: Filling out an online survey at www.concordnc.gov/departments/parks-recreation. Contacting Jason Pauling, Senior Planer with the Parks & Recreation Dept. P: 704.920.5641 | E: email@example.com
The City of Concord is in the process of preparing an open space connectivity analysis and Greenway Master Plan as an addendum to Parks and Recreation Master Plan as adopted by City Council in January 2017. The goal of the study is to identify feasible, constructible bicycle and pedestrian routes along stream corridors, through open spaces and along roads to create a more connected Concord.
We are working to create a more connected Concord.
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Leisure Times - Fall 2018 Concord NC Parks & Rec