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2017 spring/summer

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Table of Contents

2017

SUMMER

CONCERTS

2017 SU M M ER CO N C ERT S ERI ES T H U R S . | J U N - J U LY | PAG E 21

CONTENTS 2 SUMMER CAMPS

11 Recreation Programs 11 12 13 14 14

ADULTS Ages: 18 & Up FAMILY Ages: 2 & Up PRE–SCHOOL Ages: 2–5 YOUTH Ages: 6–12 TEEN Ages: 13–17

23 Register, Rent & Policies

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24 Arcadia Lake 26 KickingBird Golf Club

28 Farmers Market 30 Edmond Senior Center

33 Calendar of Events

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Arcadia Lake 216–7470 Festival Market Place 359–4630 KickingBird Golf Club 341–5350 KickingBird Tennis Center 348–3120 Parks and Recreation Admin. 359–4630 Recreation Programs 359–4630 Edmond Senior Center 216–7600

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CAMPS registration begins april 3rd

COMPUTER CAMP

Youth Tech Inc. is an interactive computer camp that focuses on providing enrichment opportunities to students in the world of computers. With a caring environment at the core of camp values, Youth Tech strives to create a positive learning community that encourages creativity, fun and academic excellence. For more information about Youth Tech Inc. please visit our web site at www.youthtechinc.com. To register go to edmondparks.com and click on the Recreation Friends tab.

Animation In this class, students will learn the basics of animation and digital design. Students who enjoy going to various sites to see fun interactive animations will love this course. This class will utilizes Adobe’s award winning animation software in Adobe Flash. Students will create fun interactive animations that they can share with the world. 10 – 17 yrs. June 26 – 29

1 – 4 p.m.

$145

Video Game Design This course provides students with a fun interactive look at the world of video game design and development. Students enrolled in this camp will learn the basics of video game design and produce several different interactive video games to share with their friends and family.

10 – 17 yrs. June 19–20 **4 Spots July 17–20

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

$165

1 – 4 p.m.

$165

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Web Design This course is an in-depth look at the world of web design and development. Students enrolled in this session will learn how to build their own web site from start to finish using award-winning suite of products. The learning for this camp does not end at the door students will have access to their web site with free hosting for one year. 10 – 17 yrs. July 24–27

9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

$145

The Gaming Academy The gaming academy is an all-day course for students who love games. During this course, students will be immersed into the world of 2D and 3D game design. The gaming academy is a combination of our Video Game Design, Advanced Game Design and 3D Game Design courses. The course offers students a variety of hands on experience designing and building their very own games. Students are encouraged to bring a sack lunch.

10 – 17 yrs. June 19–22 **8 Spots

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

$300

Movie Makers This hands-on, interactive course will instruct students in the world of digital video design and production. Students will film, direct and edit their own digital video creations. Students enrolled in this course will learn how to create a wide range of video projects from music videos to 3D moves to share friends and family. 10 – 17 yrs. July 17–20

9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

$140


3D Game Design Video Game Design is a prerequisite for this course. This class offers an interactive look at the world of 3D Game Design. This awesome 3D video game design course offers the chance for students to create and immerse themselves in a 3D world. If you are looking to design professional 3D games that both look and feel just like the ones you play at home, then you don’t want to miss this course.

10 – 17 yrs. June 21–22 **4 Spots July 24–27

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

$155

1 – 4 p.m.

$155

iGame Creators Want to create video games? This introductory course for younger students who want to learn to build simple video games. This course combines the art of video game design and animation to create interactive characters that fly around the screen. Amaze your friends and family with your fun interactive games.

6 – 10 yrs. June 26–29

9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m..

MAD SCIENCE CAMP

$105

Mad Science camps offer a daily combination of in-class discovery and exploration, outdoor games, physical activities and hands-on applications of the scientific principles presented. Your child will be able touch, see, hear, smell and taste what science is really all about.

We use simple, real world science techniques that allow even the youngest of campers to enjoy our learning environment. Campers create, build and assemble a variety of take-home projects while exploring how science affects the world around us. *A 5% discount on the second lesser value camp with sibling enrollment – need to identify this when registering. *Mad Science provides light snacks, but children attending a full day camp must bring a sack lunch. To register go to edmondparks.com and click on the recreation friends tab.

PRE-K–1ST GRADE Nature, Bugs and Blossoms Young explorers discover the natural world of bugs, plants and humans! They learn the life cycle of a simple seed to a full-grown plant. They investigate how the sun, wind and rain affect life—including not just plants but even creepy crawlies and bugs. They become weather artists using rain and wind as their tools! They will explore the life of a caterpillar and discover how it turns into a beautiful butterfly. Students will make their own bug bracelet and discover the difference between fruits and vegetables from their own placemats. They finish camp by making a mural of a garden with their fellow campers. 4–6 yrs. June 26–30

9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

$165

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Little Agents and Detectives Children learn basic skills in observation and problem solving in this fun filled camp on detective science and spying. They learn how to collect evidence and such as fingerprints, shoe tracks, fibers etc. They learn how the importance of good observation when together they work on making face profiles. What is more fun than spying! They learn and work with tools that spies use such as a “spynocular”, metal detectors, listening gadgets and more! 4–6 yrs. July 17–21

9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

$165

Jr. Explorations Children explore different topics during this fun five-day camp. They take a trip through the solar system where each student become a Mad Science Astronaut in training. They make a space shuttle to take home. In an ‘explosive’ session students get introduced to simple chemistry fun. We simulate a volcanic eruption, observe protein molecules in action as they turn into explosive colors, and more. They get fascinated with light and learn how shadows and rainbow colors are made using a rainbow a catcher. They mix colors of light and explore the world of color. Take an imaginary trip to the beach and see how sand is made. Meet creatures that live in the ocean. Examine different shells, a starfish, & a sponge; and see how different sea creatures live. Make a tiny ocean to carry home ! This is a week of fun exploration and discovery! 4–6 yrs. July 10–14

9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

$165

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2ND–5TH GRADE Chemicals, Cells & Crime Get ready for a day in the Mad Science Laboratory! Children will turn a lemon into a battery and discover electrochemical reactions as they electroplate a penny and a nickel. They will learn how new compounds are created from chemical reactions, take a fantastic trip into “cell city” and the human body and learn about cells and the different parts and functions of a cell. They will investigate the different organ systems and make a gutsy apron and a model lung to take home. Lastly, they will team up with fellow campers to solve the “Great Cookie Caper” crime with the detective skills they learn. They will walk the grid, collect evidence and test their forensic skills to solve the crime and make their own cookie snack. There is so much to explore during the day! If participating in an all day camp please bring a sack lunch..

7–12 yrs. July 17–21

1–4 p.m.

$165

Rocking Rockets and Aerodynamics This camp takes the children through the principles of flight and aerodynamics. They build airplanes, a hovercraft and balloon copters. They will discover what makes things fly and how different types of flying devices become air borne. They explore the role that wind and the movement of air plays on simple flying devices such as kites, hot air balloons and parachutes. Campers will learn about the Milky Way and be able to answer the question, What is the Milky Way? and How do we know what’s up there? Children explore the celestial sphere, learn about celestial navigation and build


their own sextant, sundial, planisphere and even a refracting telescope while discovering the wonders of the Milky Way. This camp takes children to exhilarating heights all summer long! If participating in an all day camp please bring a sack lunch. 7–12 yrs. June 26–30 July 24–28

9 a.m. – 12 p.m. 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

$175 $175

Lego Mindstorm (with makey-makey creations) Children explore the exciting world of robotics and makey-makey creations in one camp! Campers will form small robotics teams to build programmable robots using the Lego NXT Mindstorms systems. Children work with ultrasonic, touch, color and motion sensors which collect information around them. The program interprets this information and makes the robot respond to its environment. Let your creative juices flow with makey-makey – where things are more than they appear. Imagination is the only limit to making creations using ordinary materials around one’s homes. Fruits are used as keys on a keyboard as they make piano or drum music. They create switches with paper clips, pennies and Playdoh as they explore electronics making circuits with LEDS ad makey-makey. Children go home with a maker mindset!

7–12 yrs. June 19–23 July 3–7 **4 day camp July 17–21

9 a.m. – 12 p.m. 1–4 p.m.

$175 $150

9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

$175

Secret Agent Lab Suspects, schematics, and sleuths… oh my! Connect the dots using science to help solve a crime in this hands-on investigation of the science of sleuthing. Children use the ‘scene solver’ to reconstruct the scene of a crime. Using the ‘whodunit-kit’, they can practice their skills of recall and observation—matching character descriptions to reconstruct the face of the culprit! Look out 007—the Mad Science spy academy is in session! From decoding messages to metal detectors and night vision, children have the opportunity to check out spy equipment and even create their own edible messages! Campers will use the ‘secret code breaker’ to communicate in code like real spies. With the ‘undercover observer’, children step into the shoes of spies in action. Children take home a detective tool at every session! If participating in an all day camp please bring a sack lunch.

7–12 yrs. June 19–23

1–4 p.m.

$165

Brixology: Engineers Shape the World Brixology is a NEW engineering camp, which allows kids to step into the shoes of an engineer.  Build different LEGOTM  projects inspired by an engineering theme such as a space capsule, a paddle wheel boat, a Viking ship, a sky roller, a peacock puzzle and more—and all these creations are to take home! Explore engineering fields including mechanical, structural, aerospace, nautical, and bioengineering.  Use critical thinking, cooperation, and creative problem-solving skills to test and improve creations.  7–12 yrs. June 26–30 July 24–28

1–4 p.m. 1–4 p.m.

$175 $175

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Eureka! Mad Inventors Camp: Inventing means curiosity! Inventing means curiosity! Leonardo da Vinci started as an artist and developed many scientific observations in his lifetime. Children try their hand at his experiments including writing notes backwards, measuring human proportions, building a self-supporting arch bridge and building catapults. The budding inventors bring home their da Vinci designs and devices at the end of the day. Inventors Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla were locked in several battles over electrical inventions of their era. Children work together to form circuits and recreate Tesla’s bright atmosphere for the 1893 World’s Fair. The class moves from simple devices to Rube Goldberg devices and the children perform as parts of a complex humanmachine. The children prepare a patent proposal and receive a patent certificate at the end of the camp day. 7–12 yrs. June 12–16

9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

$165

Crazy Chemistry NEW Shake up a flask of fun in the lab as a Junior Chemist! Try your hands as a real Mad Scientist in this whirlwind camp, packed solid with cool reactions. Explore Bubbling potions, slimy polymers, colorchanging liquids, dry ice bubbles, and solids that disappear in an instant! Start out the week learning about laboratory equipment at your personal lab bench. Then, slide down the PH scale and spend a day finding out how different chemicals react when mixed together. Build and break molecules and grow crystals in a pitri dish. Ooze into a gooey day of making crazy concoctions like glow putty, 6 | 2017 Spring/Summer Activities Guide

glow spheres in a test tube, thermochromic mixtures, and guar gum brain goo! Round out this radical week by manipulating matter in all of its three states! Take home a full set of Mad Science lab gear that includes a graduated cylinder, a flask, test tubes, goggles, and a lab coat. Come take a walk on the wild side of chemistry! 7–12 yrs.  June 12–16

1 – 4 p.m.

$170

Secret Codes, Sport and the Earth NEW Spend five days with Mad Science exploring the ‘awesomeness’ that is science! Discover how to send secret messages to your friends using special codes. Children learn how to talk with numbers, just like computers, and create their very own code “crackers”! What do football players, scientists and ballet dancers have in common? Explore how Newton helps us learn why we move the way we do, and improve the games we play. Campers experiment with games and activities while learning how physics and chemistry affect their equipment, movement, and technique. Learn about your surroundings environment and how science helps us protect our planet. How are we hurting Mother Earth? Children will understand the basics of water pollution, acid rain, and the greenhouse effect. By actively recycling their own garbage, they create a personal item to take home and actually use! 7–12 yrs.

July 3–7 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. **4 day camp | No camp July 4th

$150


Magical and Fizz-ical Science NEW Welcome to a fun- filled and magical science camp as children learn a variety of ahhh-mazing exploration of our fizz-ical world! It’s one of our new favorites with fast paced experiments one after another in topics like laser light, electricity, super power and energy, and magnets! Create some ahhhmazing reactions and discover the mystery of chemistry. Watch crystals grow and make fun-tabulous art using shaving cream. Dive into electricity by experimenting with squishy circuits and mini Van De Graff sticks. Learn about power and energy by building chemical batteries and solar powered devices. Use lasers to send music across the room and print 3d Holograms. Learn the magic behind magnets by building speakers, levitating magnets, and making magnetic putty. In this camp, you will certainly become a certified “Mad” Scientist! It’s a camp so great it’s Super-Duper!   7–12 yrs.  July 10–14 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. July 31–Aug. 4 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

$170 $170

3, 2, 1...Blast Off NEW Children blast off into the fascinating science of rocketry! Learn the Rocket Safety Code, so you can always have safe launches. Build your own rocket made of recycled materials. Launch a water missile. Experiment with different rocket designs, as you learn what makes a rocket work. Build a model Saturn to take home. Create your own nanorover. Team up with fellow campers in a nanorover relay. Get ready to recover! Experiment with the best way to recover a rocket. Learn about parachutes, streamers, helicopters, and other types of recovery systems in this fun-filled camp. Build a rocket that is

powered by chemicals that you may have eaten! Experience the most advanced launches with your expert rocket team. Master the concept of rocket staging by operating your own staging exercises. Demonstrate the rocket principles that you have learned all week with a launching finale! 7–12 yrs.  July 10–14

1 – 4 p.m.

$175

KID CO. THEATRE CAMPS

Kid Co Theatre is a family operated theatre group that enriches the lives of children through theatrical creation and collaboration. Their theatre camps help kids build self–esteem, discover how to work together and become more empathetic and tolerant of others. They will learn new creative problem solving techniques and most importantly have fun! If participating in an all day camp please bring a sack lunch, lunch not provided.

To register go to edmondparks.com and click on the recreation friends tab.

CREATE–A–PLAY CAMP

Create–A–Play is the perfect camp for kids who want to spend a week in the summer creating an original play. In this camp, kids work together to create a completely original play and perform it for family and friends on Friday afternoon. No prior experience necessary! Entering 2nd – 5th July 31–Aug. 4 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. $240/ 10% sibling discount

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KINDER PLAY CAMP

Kinder Play is the perfect summer camp for younger kids who are ready to learn about creating theatre! Kids create a character for themselves then work together to create an original short play that they will perform for family and friends on Thursday. The kids even make their own costumes and props for the show!

Entering K – 1st July 24–27 9 a.m. – 12p.m. $145/10% Sibling Discount

KINDERMUSIK WITH ALYSSA

Kindermusik gives your child the opportunity to enjoy music through rhythm, instruments, singing and dancing. It helps develop body awareness, coordination, and spatial relationships through synchronized and creative movement and simple dances. Language skills are developed and honed through exposure to literature (an important component of the curriculum). Children also explore vocal sounds and singing, which foster the development of your child’s first and most important instrument—the voice!

To register go to edmondparks.com and click on the recreation friends tab.

Disney Mini Musical When you wish upon a star… Makes no difference who you are… If your child loves Disney and music, this is the camp to register for. The cast will help choose some of their favorite Disney songs and assemble a 20-minute musical complete with speaking parts and props. Students will strengthen their singing voices through vocal play and exercises as well as learn musical and theatrical terminology.

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Rehearsals will be full of fun and games, with creative play, instrument play, and snacks included. Campers will perform their musical at 11:30 a.m. on Friday! Includes: T-shirt and prop to take home. Minimum: 6 Maximum: 222 If you would like your child to sign up for this camp AND All Keyed Up! Keyboard Camp for 5-9 yr. olds, (12:30p.m.-2:30 p.m.) you will receive a $20 discount after you have registered for both camps. Children that choose this option must bring a sack lunch and will eat/play from 11:30 a.m.-12:30p.m. 5–9 yrs. June 5–9 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.

$130

All Keyed Up A camp favorite is back! We’re All Keyed Up! There is magic to be found in those 88 keys! Immerse yourself in the magic of keyboards of all kinds. Listen to and learn about pianos, organs, synthesizers, and harpsichords. You will explore staccato and legato sounds, get to know the sounds of a few famous composers and even experiment with composition. This is the perfect way for a young child to build keyboarding skills needed for formal piano lessons in a fun class-style environment filled with storytelling, games, vocal exploration, musical instruments, snacks and more! This class is for NEW & BEGINNER piano players! Includes Kindermusik Take Home Materials + Castanets and a Beginner Piano Book. Minimum enrollment: 4 If you would like your child to sign up for this camp AND Disney Mini Musical for 5-9 yr. olds, (9 a.m.-11 a.m.) you will receive a $20 discount after you have registered for both camps.


Children that choose this option must bring a sack lunch and will eat/play from 11:30 a.m.-12:30p.m. 5–9 yrs. June 5–9 12:30 – 3 p.m.

$130

TIPPI TOES

Princess Camp Once upon a time in a not so far away land, Tippi Toes planned a beautiful Princess Dance Camp. Young campers will come from near and far dressed in princess or ballerina attire and dance, share stories, attend the princess beauty parlor, work on crafts and play games! At the end of their time, they will invite their King and Queen (mom & dad) to attend a dance performance and award ceremony. We would love your child to dance into our enchanted fairytale! Child must be potty trained by the start of camp. A snack will be provided.

3–7 yrs. July 18–21

9 a.m. – 12 p.m. $120/sibling $110

TEAMS OF TOMORROW

TOT is a creative and unique way for a student to learn, experience and master all sorts of ball handling tricks! TOT teachers will model, encourage and inspire your child to be the very best that they can be! Your child will attain many new skills that will instill a drive and motivation that will carry over into all areas of your child’s life. Give your child the TOT advantage! To register go to edmondparks.com and click on the recreation friends tab.

TOT Cowboy/Basketball Camp Your child is going to have a “Rompin Stompin” experience during TOT Cowboy/Basketball Kamp. Students will learn

many fancy ball-handling skills while having some good ole cowboy fun during each class and make cool crafts. Child must be potty trained by day of camp. Snack is included. 3–5 yrs. June 28–30 9:30 – 12 p.m.

$120

TOT Space/Basketball Camp Your child is going to have an “Out of the World” experience during TOT Space/ Basketball Kamp. Students will learn many fancy ball-handling skills while they explore the universe during each class and make cool crafts. Child must be potty trained by day of camp. Snack is included. 3–5 yrs. July 26–28

9:30 – 12 p.m.

$120

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Visual Arts Adventure Camp: Focus on Photography Cultivate your child’s creative side this summer with a visual arts camp built to stimulate an active imagination. Learn the basic photography skills, make and take crafts using your photos, hear from guest speakers and take mini field trips including a Go Pro adventure day at the splash pad.

6–13 yrs. May 30–June 2 May 30–June 2 June 19–23 June 19–23 July 10–14 July 10–14 August 7–11 August 7–11

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. or 1–4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. or 1–4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. or 1–4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. or 1–4 p.m.

$120 $60 $150 $75 $150 $75 $150 $75

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SEWING CAMP

You will have lots of fun learning how to sew, thread, operate a sewing machine, cut patterns and more! You will get to take home three finished projects made by you. There will be a new project each day. 8–12 yrs. June 13 – 16 July 18 – 21

3:30 – 5 p.m. 3:30 – 5 p.m.

$80 $80

ONE DAY CAMPS/OUTINGS Registration Begins April 15

Movie Mondays Each Monday we will take a field trip to Harkins Theater in Bricktown for popcorn and a movie. Space is limited so sign up fast. Fee includes transportation and movie ticket. Snacks at concession not provided. Transportation waiver must be signed before each movie day.

6–12 yrs. June 5 June 12 June 19 June 26 July 3 July 10 July 17 July 24 July 31

Trolls 8:45 a.m. – 12 p.m. $3 The Secret Life of Pets 8:45 a.m. – 12 p.m. $3 The LEGO Batman Movie 8:45 a.m. – 12 p.m. $3 The Angry Birds Movie 8:45 a.m. – 12 p.m. $3 Norm of the North 8:45 a.m. – 12 p.m. $3 Kung Fu Panda 3 8:45 a.m. – 12 p.m. $3 Storks 8:45 a.m. – 12 p.m. $3 Ice Age: Collision Course 8:45 a.m. – 12 p.m. $3 Rock Dog 8:45 a.m. – 12 p.m. $3

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Field Trip Day – Youth Don’t have the time or money to take your kids on a trip this summer? We have three field trips planned that are inexpensive, fun and parents don’t have to come. Field trip waiver must be signed before the day of each field trip. Child must bring a sack lunch to the zoo.

June 15 Frontier City July 13 OKC Zoo Aug. 10 Main Event

1–4 p.m. 8–13 yrs. $15 8:30 a.m. –1 p.m. 6–12 yrs. FREE 1–4 p.m. 6–12 yrs. $15

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Recreation Programs Recreation

The Multipurpose Activity Center (MAC) is located in Mitch Park and contains the Parks and Recreation office and Senior Center. We offer recreational and cultural based classes and events for all ages. For more information about classes, events or facility and pavilion rentals, please call 405–359–4630, Monday– Friday, 8 a.m.—5 p.m.

Craig Dishman

Director of Parks and Recreation Parks Superintendent

M *May - August $18/class TH *May - August class S May 13 S June 17 S July 15 S August 19

11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 5 – 6:30 p.m. $18/ 9:30 – 11 a.m. 9:30 – 11 a.m. 9:30 – 11 a.m. 9:30 – 11 a.m.

$18 $18 $18 $18

SPECIAL INTEREST

Diane Self

Recreation Program Manager

Anyone Can Oil Essential Oils are fast becoming a popular wellness option. Learn how to read food labels, uses of essential oils and overall health and wellness of mind, body and soul.

Melissa White

Recreation Program Coordinator

Ages: 18 & Up

Ages: 18 & Up Min/Max: 3/40

ARTS & CRAFTS Fun with Watercolor A beginner’s introduction to watercolor where students will get familiar with how to apply color and compose a painting. Step-by-step instructions will be given along with a completed example to help direct and inspire your painting. You will complete a painting suitable for framing. Instructor: Jim Pourtorkan, Professional Watercolor Artist Ages: 18 & Up Min/Max: 5/20

TH May 11 TH July 27

Ages: 6 & Up Min/Max: 2/6

*No class May 29

Earl London

Adults

You get to make and take home a new project each class.

7 – 9 p.m. 7 – 9 p.m.

$24 $24

Sew It Yourself Sewing is a handy life skill, especially if you have kids! Take some time for yourself learning how to sew, thread, operate a sewing machine, cut patterns and more!

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May 8 May 19 June 5 June 23 July 7 July 24 August 4 August 28

7 - 9 p.m. 7 - 9 p.m. 7 - 9 p.m. 7 - 9 p.m. 7 - 9 p.m. 7 - 9 p.m. 7 - 9 p.m. 7 - 9 p.m.

Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free

EDUCATION Edward Jones: Basics of Estate Planning Learn the basics of estate planning, common documents to prepare, considerations to make and the process we use to help clients accomplish writing an estate plan. Presented by Dustin Williams. Ages: 18 & Up Min/Max: 3/20

TH May 18

6 – 7 p.m.

Free

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Recreation Programs Edward Jones: Retirement by Design This seminar illustrates how you can translate your vision for retirement into tangible goals. Whether you are 10 or 40 years from retirement, you will learn investment strategies to help design the retirement you want. You will also learn how you can add flexibility to your strategy to help you handle unexpected events and how you can keep your strategy on track. Presented by Brian Cohlmia.

Special Needs Trusts and Estate Plans for those with Disabilities Special Needs Trusts are often appropriate for individuals with physical or intellectual disabilities. These Trusts insure that an inheritance will meet a beneficiary’s needs while preserving governmental benefit eligibility. This workshop will describe how these trusts protect an inheritance for vulnerable family members. Presented by: Richard Winblad, Winblad Law.

Ages: 18 & Up Min/Max: 3/20

Ages: 18 & Up Min/Max: 3/25

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August 15

9 a.m.

Free

Edward Jones: Social Security Your Questions Answered Social Security will likely be the foundation of your retirement income. Before you retire, it’s important to understand your options regarding Social Security and the impact your decisions have on your retirement. We will discuss how Social security fits into your retirement income plan, when you should start taking benefits and tax considerations. Presented by Brian Cohlmia. Ages: 18 & Up Min/Max: 3/20

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May 23

6 p.m.

Free

Edward Jones: Out Smart the Scammers Incidents of fraud are on the rise and scammers’ tactics are becoming more complex. This presentation will give you the information needed to help outsmart the scammers. We will discuss how to spot certain red flags that may indicate a fraudulent encounter, give you resources to use in the event you or a loved one is targeted and steps you can take to help protect yourself and loved ones. Presented by Brian Cohlmia. Ages: 18 & Up Min/Max: 3/20

TH May 11

9 a.m.

Free

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TH May 11

11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Free

Will or Trust, What’s Right for Me? In this basic Estate Planning presentation, participants will learn about Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorney and Advanced Healthcare Directives. You will learn what is right for you and how to avoid mistakes made by others. This class is for those who have not made your plan and for those who need to update an old plan. Presented by Richard Winblad, Winblad Law Ages: 18 & Up Min/Max: 3/25

TH May 11 TH August 10

Family

6 – 7 p.m. 6 – 7 p.m.

Free Free

Ages: 2 & Up

ARTS & CRAFTS Art in the Park Get creative in the park with Edmond Parks and Recreation! We will use the park setting as inspiration for an art activity and will use many nature items from the park for the activity. Registration Required Ages: 2-12

Min/Max: 2/9

TH *May 11 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. TH *June 15 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.

FREE FREE


TH *July 13 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. TH *Aug. 10 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.

FREE FREE

*May 11: Bickham Rudkin; June 15: Hafer Park Pavilion 3; July 13 Chitwood; August 10: Stephenson

Sew It Yourself Sewing is an important life skill and a lot of fun! Your child will learn how to sew, thread, operate a sewing machine, cut patterns and more! You get to make and take home a new project each class.

Wheel Throwing When we say ‘throw’ we mean on a potter’s wheel! This will be a basic introduction to using a potter’s wheel and learning how to throw a pot before you give it a try. Upper body strength and coordination are the secrets to success in this class. Visits required: One to throw, one to glaze and one to pick up. Ages: 8—12

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Min/Max: 2/7

May 5 May 9

5:30 - 7 p.m. $25 5:30 - 7 p.m. $25

Ages: 6 & Up Min/Max: 2/6

M *May - August $18/class TH *May - August class S May 13 S June 17 S July 15 S August 19

11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 5 – 6:30 p.m. $18/ 9:30 – 11 a.m. 9:30 – 11 a.m. 9:30 – 11 a.m. 9:30 – 11 a.m.

$18 $18 $18 $18

*No class May 29

POTTERY Bisque Studio Come paint bisque pieces and make them original works of art. Choose from our stock of plates, platters, bowls, animals, monsters, planes, princess stuff and more! Finished pieces will be glazed and picked up at a later date. Price includes two small pieces or one larger piece and unlimited glaze. Ages 2-5 must have a parent present. Studio time is two hours but project time may vary. Bisque Studio time may be used to finish other Clay and Pottery class projects with no extra fee, Please call to register. Visits required: One to glaze and one to pick up. Ages: 2 & Up Min/Max: 2/12

S May 6 TH May 18

10 a.m. - 12 p.m. 5-7 p.m.

$30 $30

Pre–School

Ages: 2–5 (Parents must attend)

ARTS & CRAFTS Art in the Park Get creative in the park with Edmond Parks and Recreation! We will use the park setting as inspiration for an art activity and will use many nature items from the park for the activity. Registration Required Ages: 2-12

Min/Max: 2/9

TH *May 11 TH *June 15 FREE TH *July 13 TH *Aug.10

9:30 – 10:30 a.m. FREE 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. FREE 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. FREE

*May 11: Bickham Rudkin; June 15: Hafer Park Pavilion 3; July 13 Chitwood; August 10: Stephenson

PERFORMING ARTS Kindermusik - Musical Me Mondays Classes for Newborn to 5 years See page 20 for details and registration information.

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Recreation Programs POTTERY

Tippi Toes Dance Sessions run June and July. See page 18 for details and registration information.

Youth

Ages: 6–12

ARTS & CRAFTS Art in the Park Get creative in the park with Edmond Parks and Recreation! We will use the park setting as inspiration for an art activity and will use many nature items from the park for the activity. Registration Required Ages: 2-12

TH TH TH TH

Min/Max: 2/9

*May 11 *June 15 *July 13 *Aug. 10

9:30 – 10:30 a.m. 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.

FREE FREE FREE FREE

*May 11: Bickham Rudkin; June 15: Hafer Park Pavilion 3; July 13 Chitwood; August 10: Stephenson

Sew It Yourself Sewing is a handy life skill, especially if you have kids! Take some time for yourself learning how to sew, thread, operate a sewing machine, cut patterns and more! You get to make and take home a new project each class. Ages: 6 & Up Min/Max: 2/6

M *May - August $18/class TH *May - August class S May 13 S June 17 S July 15 S August 19

11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 5 – 6:30 p.m. $18/ 9:30 – 11 a.m. 9:30 – 11 a.m. 9:30 – 11 a.m. 9:30 – 11 a.m.

$18 $18 $18 $18

*No class May 29

Wheel Throwing When we say ‘throw’ we mean on a potter’s wheel! This will be a basic introduction to using a potter’s wheel and learning how to throw a pot before you give it a try. Upper body strength and coordination are the secrets to success in this class. Visits required: One to throw, one to glaze and one to pick up. Ages: 8—12

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May 5 May 9

Min/Max: 2/7

5:30 - 7 p.m. $25 5:30 - 7 p.m. $25

PERFORMING ARTS Irish Dance with Chelsea Level 1 and Level 2 classes available Wednesdays | Ages 6 & Up See page 19 for more details and registration information Tippi Toes Dance Sessions run June and July. See page 18 for details and registration information

Teen

Ages: 13–17

ARTS & CRAFTS Sew It Yourself Sewing is a handy life skill, especially if you have kids! Take some time for yourself learning how to sew, thread, operate a sewing machine, cut patterns and more! You get to make and take home a new project each class. Ages: 6 & Up Min/Max: 2/6

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*May - Aug. 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. *May - Aug. 5 – 6:30 p.m.

$18/class $18/class

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Stroller Strides Mitch Park Stroller Strides | FIT4MOM North Oklahoma City & Edmond

GIVING WOMEN STRENGTH FOR MOTHERHOOD Stroller StridesÂŽ is a stroller-based fitness program designed for moms with little ones. Each 60-minute, total body workout incorporates power walking, strength, toning, songs and activities. Certified fitness instructors offer a variety of fun class formats both indoors and outdoors. We also offer a free playgroup with Our Village so moms can form lasting friendships with other moms through organized playdates, moms' nights out, and activities for the whole family.

DAYS:

Tuesday & Thursday

TIME:

10:15am - 11:15am

LOCATION:

Mitch Park - Edmond Multi-Activity Center 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive Edmond, OK 73013

INSTRUCTORS:

Mary Davis Laura Choffel

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Mary Davis | 405.921.5475 | marydavis@fit4mom.com

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Recreation Programs S S S S

May 13 June 17 July 15 August 19

9:30 – 11 a.m. 9:30 – 11 a.m. 9:30 – 11 a.m. 9:30 – 11 a.m.

$18 $18 $18 $18

*No class May 29

POTTERY Wheel Throwing When we say ‘throw’ we mean on a potter’s wheel! This will be a basic introduction to using a potter’s wheel and learning how to throw a pot before you give it a try. Upper body strength and coordination are the secrets to success in this class. Visits required: One to throw, one to glaze and one to pick up. Ages: 8—12

F T

Min/Max: 2/7

May 5 May 9

5:30 - 7 p.m. $25 5:30 - 7 p.m. $25

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An • AW E S O M E ART TEACHER Is hard to find •

Art Classes • AT T H E M A C •

Our Parks and Recreation department is currently in the process of interviewing new canidates for the position of art teacher at our Multi-Activity Center. Once this position is filled we will be releasing a NEW Summer Art Guide! Thank you for your patience and enjoy this year’s Summer Activities Guide.

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IN PUBLIC PLACES TOUR

Saturday | May 6 | 9 am– Noon or Tuesday | May 16 | 1 pm– 4 pm $10 per person | Registration needed, space is limited | Tour departs from the MAC (All funds collected are split between the Edmond Visual Arts Commission and Edmond Parks and Recreation Department)

Register today at Edmond Parks.com Join us for a guided tour to learn the story behind the public art statues that make Edmond the beautiful city it is. This tour is both driving and walking. The walking part will cover most of downtown from 2nd street to Hurd and back. There will be stops throughout the tour for restroom and/or drink breaks. Transportation for the tour will be provided by Edmond Parks and Recreation using a 15-passenger van.

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Voted Best Dance Studio by Metro Family Magazine, Tippi Toes is a children’s dance company that provides a welcoming environment for children to experience the joys of dance, self expression and movement. Classes are held at the MAC. All classes run June – July Tuition: $75/6 weeks Registration: $30

Mondays

Baby Ballet Toddler & Me Tippi Mini Hip Hop & Jazz Tippi Mini

Wednesdays Tippi Mini Baby Ballet Tippi Junior

9:30 – 10:15 a.m. 10:15 – 11 a.m. 11 – 11:45 a.m. 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. 6:15 – 7 p.m.

5 – 5:45 p.m. 3– 4 yrs. 5:45 – 6:30 p.m. 2 ½ –3 yrs. 6:30 – 7:15 p.m. 5– 6 yrs.

Register today! edmondparks.com Go to edmondparks.com and click on the Recreation Friends tab.

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2–3 yrs. 1 ½ –3 yrs. 3– 4 yrs. 5– 10 yrs. 3– 4 yrs.


WITH

Chelsea

Register today! irishdanceok.com

Learn basic Irish soft shoe steps and dances including a jig, a reel and some ceili (folk) dances. No Classes Spring Break.

Tuesdays | Min/Max: 3/12 | Register Monthly Level 1 Level 2

5 – 5:30 p.m. 5 – 6 p.m.

6 yrs. & Up 6 yrs. & Up

$25/month $40/month

Work on the basic skills you already know and learn more level hard shoe and soft show figure, ceili and step that you can use in performance and competitions or learn just for fun.

Tuesdays | Min/Max: 3/12 | Register Monthly 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. 6 yrs. & Up

$40/month

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Follow Me to Come sing, dance, and play with us as we explore the outdoors and beach fun! Sign up for the date or dates that work for you. Your first class includes the digital materials for the unit as well as an instrument! 1 class: $28, 2 classes: $42, 3 Classes: $54, 4 classes: $65 *More classes to add at different locations. Play Dates in Mitch Park Wiggle & Grow “Beach Days” | Mon. | June 5 Laugh & Learn “Splash!” | Mon. | June 12 Sing & Play “Big Back Yard” | Mon. | June 19 Family Time “Beach Days” | Mon. | June 26 Newborn – 5 yrs. | 10 – 10:45 p.m. $12/student | $8/1st Sibling | $6/2nd Sibling

Register Today @ MusicalmeinOKC.com

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2017

CONCERTS

IN THE

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E DMOND H A F E R PA R K T H U R S DAY S M AY 2 5 — J U LY 2 7

6 : 1 5 TO 8:45 PM

FREE City Moon and John the Franklin Country/Acoustic Light Rock Thursday, May 25

Squeeze Box and Teasing Weasel Classic/Modern Rock Classic Rock Thursday, June 15

Zero 2 Sixty and High Speed Classic Rock/Blues Thursday, June 1

Vinyl Stripes and Gotcha Covered Band Rockabilly, Surf, Rock-n-Roll 50’s, 60’s & 70’s Rock Thursday, June 22

Souled Out and Champaign Jam Classic Pop/Variety R&B/Variety Thursday, June 8

Bonham Revue and Red Dirt Road Band Bluegrass Christian Southern Rock Thursday, June 29

Nasty Weather and Out of the Box Classic Rock/Variety Thursday, July 13 Michael Fresonke Jazz Combo and Claire Piersol Band Jazz Thursday, July 20 Mike Black and The Stingrays and O.K. City Chorus Old Rock Barbershop Thursday, July 27

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DEER HARVEST M A N A G E M E N T LOTTERY DRAW W E D N E S DAY | AU GU S T

1 6 , 2 0 1 7 | 1 PM

ARCHERY HUNTERS ONLY | 25 HUNTING ZONES SEASON RUNS OCTOBER – DECEMBER 2017 ARCADIAL AKEOK.COM |

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Register, Rent & Policies HOW TO REGISTER FOR CLASSES Register Online

Visit online.activecommunities.com/edmondparks and either log in or set up a new account. If you set up a new account, you will receive a PIN number within 24–36 hours, Monday–Friday. Please keep your PIN number on hand, you will need this each time you log in.

Register In Person

Visit us Monday–Friday from 8 a.m.–5 p.m. at the Parks and Recreation office inside the MAC building located in Mitch Park, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive.

Payments

We accept cash, check and debit/credit card payments for any of our classes and events. Make checks payable to Edmond Parks and Recreation. VISA, Master Card, Discover and American Express are accepted.

Forgot Your Login Information?

Click on the “forgot log–in” link or call 359–4630 and they will provide you with the necessary information. Please do not create a new account as this will create multiple accounts for you and can create problems when trying to register.

HOW TO RENT A PAVILION/ROOM The City of Edmond Parks and Recreation Department has pavilions and rooms available for rent for your private function. For information on availability, pricing and booking, call the Parks and Recreation office at (405) 359-4630 or visit us M-F 8am-5pm at the MAC building in Mitch Park.

Planning a special event? Any event that offers a public invitation that includes use of city services must be approved by our Special Events Committee. City services include, but are not limited to: street closures, trash receptacles, police/fire services. Anyone interested in having a special event must contact Sarah London by calling (405) 359-4580 for information and an application.

REFUND & CANCELLATION POLICY 1.) If a class has been canceled by the instructor or Parks and Recreation Department at any time, we will work to reschedule the class. If you cannot make the rescheduled class, you have the option for a full refund or you may have a credit for the amount of your class placed on your account. Credits expire one year from the date of the original class. 2.) If a registered customer withdraws more than 7 days prior to the date of the class, the customer may receive a full refund or have credit placed on their account. Credits expire one year from the date of the original class. 3.) If a registered customer withdraws for a class less than 7 days prior to the date of the class, the customer will forfeit their fee. This is due to minimum class participant requirements being met 7 days prior to a class so supplies can be

purchased and the contracted instructor can plan. Credits and possible refunds will be considered with extenuating circumstances. The Refund & Cancelation policy applies only to our fee-based Recreation Programs and not to: KickingBird Tennis Center; KickingBird Golf Club; Edmond Farmers Market; Pelican Bay Aquatic Center; Arcadia Lake; pavilion or room rentals within the Parks and Recreation Department.

Program Tardiness Policy

Programs will start promptly at the designed time. Please arrive 5-10 minutes early so you can scan your card and be ready for class.

Recreation Card Scan this to visit us at edmondparks.com Follow us on

All class participants must sign a yearly liabil– ity waiver and have their picture taken for a Recreation Card. Participants must bring this card each time they come in for a class and have it scanned at the front desk. The first card is free and any additional or replacement cards will incur a $5 fee.

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Arcadia Lake Amenities at the Lake • • • • • •

Camping Boating Fishing Picnicking Equestrian trail Birthday party plans

• Rusty’s Store for quick food & grocery items • Heated handicap accessible fishing dock • RV group reservable campground • Multi use trail for biking or hiking

Arcadia Lake is located on

the Deep Fork River and has 1,820 surface acres and 26 miles of shoreline. Facilities include picnicking, camping, swimming, water skiing, boating, hiking, disc golf and an equestrian trail. Each season is host to an array of special events and activities in the breath– taking beauty of Arcadia Lake. For more information on activities, events or facilities please call 216–7470.

Nicole Offutt Administrative Supervisor

Leon Mixer Maintenance Crew Chief

Central State Park Central State Park is 2.5 Miles east of I–35 on 2nd Street (Route 66) with 249 acres. This park features a shower, courtesy dock, boat ramp, swim beach, two playgrounds, primitive, regular, and full hook–up camping, pavilions, hiking trails and fishing. Daily use is 7 a.m.–10 p.m. Camping and fishing are available 24 hours, 7 days a week.

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Volleyball rentals Disc golf course 3 Beaches 3 Boat ramps Pavilion rentals 5 Playgrounds

Edmond Park Edmond Park is located 2 miles east of I–35 on 2nd Street with 131 acres. This park features a swim beach, hiking trails, boat ramp, Boy Scout area, playground, kids fishing pond, pavilion, primitive camping, fishing and a softball field. The UCO OAR Center is located in this park. Daily use is 7 a.m.–10 p.m. Camping and fishing are available 24 hours, 7 days a week. Closed November – March

Scissortail Campground Scissortail Campground is located 1.5 Miles east of I–35 on 15th Street, with 141 acres. This park features a shower, pavilion, and regular hook–up camping.

Camping is allowed 24 hours, 7 days a week. Closed November – March

Spring Creek Park Spring Creek Park is located 2.5 miles east of I–35 on 15th Street with 194 acres. This park features a 36–hole disc golf course, enclosed heated fishing dock, pavilion, fishing, boat ramp, courtesy dock, jet ski area, swim beach, playground and a group RV area.

Daily use is 7 a.m.–10 p.m. Fishing is allowed 24 hours, 7 days a week.

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ARCADIA LAKE’S

KIDS FISHING DERBY SAT. JUNE 10 7:30 A.M.– NOON SPRING CREEK PARK KIDS AGES 5–15 A FREE EVENT!

Registration from 7:30–9 a.m., fishing at 8 a.m. and final weigh-in at 11 a.m. Concessions and worms will be for sale at the event site. Parents must accompany children.

216-7471

Event sponsored by Edmond Lions Club

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KickingBird Golf Club

KickingBird Golf Club is the

City of Edmond’s only municipal golf course. Built in 1971, KickingBird is Edmond’s oldest golf course and is still well known for its traditional 18–hole championship layout. KickingBird Golf Club has hosted many professional and amateur championships. KickingBird hosted the Oklahoma Open from 1979–1985 and many of its storied champions include Danny Edwards, Dr. Gil Morgan, Doug Tewell, and Bob Tway. KickingBird is currently the permanent home site of the Oklahoma Golf Association’s Junior Boys and Girls Championships. Come experience great golf with a family friendly atmosphere. We offer a number of programs for juniors and adults of all skill levels. If you are interested in golf, KickingBird Golf Club is sure to have a program or event for you!

Brian Soerensen PGA Head Golf Professional

Jeff Klappenbach PGA Assistant Golf Professional

Terry Wiles Assistant Golf Professional

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Hours of Operation March 15–May 31 6:30 a.m.–10 p.m. | SUN–TH 6:30 a.m.–11 p.m. | F–SAT June 1–August 16 6:30 a.m.–11 p.m. | All Days August 17–November 1 6:30 a.m.–10 p.m. | SUN–TH 6:30 a.m.–11 p.m. | F–SAT November 2–March 14 7 a.m.–Dark | Everyday

Driving Range Program Pay $180 for 65 range tokens–a savings of $45 off the regular price. The 65 range token credit is stored on a key which is used in the range machine and gives you the added convenience of going straight from your car to the range without having to stop in the pro shop. KickingBird Players Card Purchase one and receive discounts of 10–20% of all greens fees, tokens, carts and pro shop merchandise for only $150 + tax. Contact Information 1600 East Danforth Edmond, OK 73034 341–5350 kickingbirdgolf.com


Fee Schedule GREEN FEES

REGULAR SENIORS (62 & older)

JUNIORS

Weekday $26.50 $16 Monday–Thursday

$26.50 $10 (after 2 p.m.)

(HS Senior and younger)

Weekend $31.50 $31.50 ($18.50 after 2 p.m.) $31.50 Friday–Sunday $16 (Friday only before 11 a.m.) $13 (after 2 p.m.) Twilight Mar.–Oct. (after 4 p.m.) Nov.–Feb. (after 2 p.m.)

$18.50 $16 (weekday) $10 (weekday after 2 p.m.) $18.50 (weekend after 2 p.m.) $13 (weekend after 2 p.m.)

Super Twilight $16 $16 Apr.–Oct. (after 6 p.m.)

$10 (weekday after 2 p.m.) $13 (weekend after 2 p.m.)

SPECIAL EVENTS 15th Annual KickingBird Classic Sponsored by Edmond Electric Saturday & Sunday, July 8 & 9 Tee Time 10 a.m. | $150 per person (Covers Green Fee, Cart, Range Balls, Tee Prize and other Prizes) 36-Hole Individual Stroke Play. Championship must have an official USGA Handicap

2017 KickingBird Senior Championship

14th Annual Parent Child Championship

Sunday, August 13 | Shotgun start 1 p.m. 2-Person, Parent-Child Teams | Scramble Tee Shot-Alternate Shot Approach-Scramble Putt $100 per team (Green fees, Cart, Range Balls and Prizes)

Sat. & Sun., June 3–4 | Tee Times start at 10 a.m. 36-Hole Individual Stroke Play Championship. Scan this to visit us at Must be 50 years or older with an official kickingbirdgolf.com USGA Handicap. Flights will be determined Follow us on by the number of entries and will be based on handicap. All play will be from the White tees. Call 341-5350 to sign up or for more details. $135 per team (Green fees, Cart, Range Balls and Prizes) 2017 Spring/Summer Activities Guide | 27


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recreation

partners

The Parks and Recreation department is proud to be a part of something so much bigger than just us! Thank you to our sports partners for making such a BIG impact in our community! KickingBird Tennis Kickingbird Tennis Center 1500 E. Danforth Edmond, OK 73034 (405) 348-3120 kickingbirdtennis.com kbirdten@flash.net Edmond Lacrosse PO Box 31271 Edmond, OK 73003-0022 (405) 4580-LAX info@edmondlacrosse.com edmondlacrosse.com Edmond Adult Softball Association (405) 359-1305 board@edmondadultsoftball.com edmondadultsoftball.com Edmond Soccer Club 1502 W Danforth, Edmond, OK 73003 P.O. Box 955, Edmond, OK 73083 (405) 348-2255 edmondsoccer.com

Miracle League of Edmond 711 Aberdeen Rd Edmond, OK 73025 (405) 850-7603 edmondmiracleleague.com Edmond Rodeo 300 N. Kelly Road P.O. Box 1054 Edmond, Oklahoma 73083 edmondroundupclub.com Edmond All-Sports Inc. 836 W Danforth Edmond, OK 73003 (405) 340-5300 info@edmondallsports.com edmondallsports.com

Pelican Bay Aquatic Center 1034 S Bryant Ave. Edmond, OK 73034 (405) 216-7649 pelicanbayaquatics.com

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Edmond Senior Center The Edmond Senior Center

The Edmond Senior Center is open Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please stop by for tour of our facility. You may pick up our monthly calendar of events at the Senior Center or view the calendar online at edmondseniorcenter.com. Also you may give us a call at 216-7600. Gail Deaton Manager

Sue Perry Program Coordinator

Elaine Feller Assistant Program Coordinator

Note: All classes are held on the respective day each week or month unless otherwise noted.

REGULAR SCHEDULE PROGRAMS

FITNESS Tai Chi Beneficial for good health–mind and body. The instructor for this class is David Kamphous. Age: 55 & Up Max: 18 M & F 9 a.m. $5 per class W 12 p.m. $5 per class Discuss monthly rate with instructor. Pre-registration required

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Early Risers Exercise Work on range of motion and muscular strength exercises. The instructor for this class is Jan Fraase. Age: 55 & Up Max: 40 T, W, TH

9 a.m.

FREE

Pre-registration required

Jazzercise Lite for Seniors Aerobic dance exercise class. The instructors for this class are from Jazzercise in Edmond. Age: 55 & Up Max: 18 M, W, F 2:50 p.m. $35 per month Pre-registration required

Zumba Gold Zumba Gold classes provide low impact fitness through Latin dance moves. The instructor for this class is Natalie Bratton, Certified Zumba Gold. Age: 55 & Up Max: 18 M&TH 10:15 a.m. $5 per class $40 per 10 classes Pre-registration required


ACTIVITIES Woodcarving Woodcarving, as a hobby, is both entertaining and therapeutic. As an art form, it is the same as sculpture with wood as the medium. Some of the therapeutic values result in the strengthening of hands and the satisfaction of accomplishment. Join this class at any time. The instructors for this group are James Hooper and Steve Brandt, Oklahoma City Woodcarvers Club. Age: 55 & Up TH

12:30 p.m. FREE

Computer Center The Computer Center is available for our members to practice their skills, email and internet use. Basic computer skills are necessary. Instruction is not provided. Age: 55 & Up M–F

8 a.m.–3 p.m. FREE

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Edmond Senior Center S.A.L.T. S.A.L.T. councils are part of the national TRIAD program. TRIAD is the agreement between the county sheriff’s office, local police department and senior adults in the community to work together to address safety concerns effecting senior adults. S.A.L.T. meets the first Tuesday of each month. Age: 55 & Up (First Tuesday of the Month)

General Activities • Mah–Jongg • Puzzles • Games • Dominos • Pool Tables • Shuffle Board • Scrabble • Library • Computers • Low Vision Reader Age: 55 & Up

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12:30 p.m.

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Weekly Devotional Join ministers from our community who conduct our weekly devotional. Age: 55 & Up F

10 a.m.

FREE

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8 a.m.– 4 p.m.

FREE

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