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HOUND HUN T A P RI L 7 | 2 P M E D M O N D D O G PA RK | S E E PAG E 2 5

CONTENTS 2 Recreation Programs 2 7 8 12 15

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

18 Arcadia Lake 26 KickingBird Golf Club

29 Pavilion Rental 30 Edmond Senior Center A P R . 7 & 16, M AY 7 & 19 | 10 A M – 2 P M C I T Y O F E D M O N D | S E E PAG E 21

33 Calendar of Events

CONTACTS

F RI DAY | A P RI L 13 | S TA RT S AT D U S K M I TC H PA RK | S E E BAC K COV E R

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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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

Diane Self Recreation Programs Manager

Ages: 18 & Up

ARTS & CRAFTS Body Scrubs You deserve to treat yourself. This class will supply you with a couple things to make your day relaxing. We will explore the world of essential oils and scrubs. You will make three different scrubs to help you escape, even if it’s only for a few minutes. Ages: 18 & Up Min/ Max: 2/10

February 23

5-6 p.m.

$18

Glittery Wine Glasses What is better than a lovely glass of wine? How about wine in a glass covered in beautiful designs. We will use glitter, stencils, and glass etching to decorate a set of four wine glasses. Ages: 18 & Up Min/ Max: 2/6

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March 7

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April 9

6 - 7:30 p.m.

$20

Image Transfer Coaster Set Transfer printed paper or your favorite image onto a set of coasters. If you choose to transfer your favorite photo, please email your image to (miranda. patton@edmondok.com). F

Recreation Program Coordinator

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Ages: 18 & Up Min/ Max: 2/6

Ages: 18 & Up Min/ Max: 2/10

Jared Prince

Adults

Build a Serving Tray Design and create your own serving tray with handles. Choose between a chalkboard or tile finish. Once you’ve finished designing your new tray, you’ll add handles and be ready to serve at your next dinner party or movie night!

6 - 7:30 p.m.

$15

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March 23

3– 4 p.m.

$15

Mini Succulent Planters Succulents are all the craze. This class requires THREE visits. The first day you will use the Potter’s Wheel to create pots for your succulents. The next visit you will glaze your pottery. The last day you will plant your succulents! Ages: 18 & Up Min/ Max: 2/8

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April 6

6 - 7:30 p.m.

$25

Paint Away This is a basic social painting class for people who think they cannot paint or never have. We will provide the basic layout of the painting and you will provide the color and creativity. All you need is an open mind to let the artist with in to come alive. This is a class that is fun to take with a friend. Ages: 18 & Up Min/Max: 2/12

F F F Sat

*January 26 *February 2 *March 9 *April 14

6 – 8 p.m. 6 – 8 p.m. 6 – 8 p.m. 12 – 1 p.m.

$12 $12 $12 $12

*January 26: Winter Moon; February 2: Hydrangeas; March 9: Bird’s Nest; April 14: Lavender Fields


POTTERY Wheel Throwing Use your imagination and guidance from the instructor to form a small bowl out of clay. Visits Required: One to make, one to paint, one to pick up. Ages: 18 & UP Min/Max: 2/6

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April 13

6 -7:30 p.m.

$14

EDUCATION Life on Purpose Do you run your life, or does your life run you? Are you ready to take it by the horns and achieve wellness, purpose and abundance? Join us twice a month to learn how to live life on purpose, pure and simple! Ages 18 & Up Min/Max: 1/50

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January 5 January 15 February 2 February 19 March 2 March 19 April 6 April 16

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

Estate Planning Richard Winblad – Attorney at Law: Will or Trust, What’s Right for Me? Learn the difference between a Will and a Trust. Learn what is right for you and how to avoid mistakes made by others. This class is for those who have not made their plan & for those who need to update an old plan. Ages: 18 & Up Min/Max: 1/12

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January 3 February 6

6 – 7 p.m. 12 – 1 p.m.

FREE FREE

Estate Planning Essentials, Documents You Need Today The biggest estate planning mistake is not having the essential building blocks in place. Once in place, these can be built upon. Learn what everybody’s estate plan should have right now. Ages: 18 & Up Min/Max: 1/12

T January 16 TH February 8

12 – 1 p.m. 6 – 7 p.m.

FREE FREE

Probate, does it have to be difficult or expensive? Probate is the process of winding up an estate and distributing property into the names of the heirs. While some estates are complex, others can use an expedited process. This workshop discusses the basics you need to know & what costs to expect. Ages: 18 & Up Min/Max: 1/12

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March 13

12 – 1 p.m.

FREE

Special needs trusts, protecting kids & benefits Special needs trusts are often appropriate for individuals with physical or intellectual disabilities. These trusts provide and insure that an individual that an inheritance will meet a beneficiary’s needs whiles preserving governmental benefit eligibility. This workshop will describe how these trusts protect an inheritance for vulnerable family members. Ages: 18 & Up Min/Max: 1/12

TH March 8

6 – 7 p.m.

FREE

Great Decisions Discussion Group Great Decisions is America’s largest discussion group program on world affairs. The program model involves reading the GD Briefing book, watching the DVD and meeting in a Discussion Group to discuss the most critical global issues facing America. Continued on next page. 2018 Winter/Spring Activities Guide 3


LEGO NXT Mindstorms Robotics Give your young roboticists a peek into the window of possibilities with robots and how it is revolutionizing our world. Campers learn the robot’s principal components and their functions. They discover the mechanical aspects of robots and how it is powered electrically. They identify, compare, and test many toy robots. They then work in pairs to build programmable robots using the Lego NXT Mind storms systems. Children make projects of different levels of difficulty and program them, such as a remote control car, a baseball gamer and more. Children work with ultrasonic, touch, color and motion sensors which collect information around them. The program interprets this information and make the robot respond to its environment. These future roboticists will learn teamwork, problem solving and critical thinking skills, and develop the value of selfmotivation and resourcefulness. Each child will build his own doodling robot to take home.

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March 19–23 | 1­– 4 p.m. Ages: 6 – 12 yrs. Cost: $175/student OKC.MadScience.org


WOMEN’S SELF DEFENSE WO M E N ’ S D E F E N S E SA F E T Y COU R S E (DSC) FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS Jan. 5 – Apr. 21 | 10–11:30a 1.5 hrs./Class | $100/4-Wk. Blocks The MAC at Mitch Park S K I L L S R E F RE S H E R T R A I N I N G (S RT) Pr ev iou s S tudent s O nly SATURDAYS Feb. 3 – Apr. 14 | 12–1p 1 hr./Class | $10/Per Session The MAC at Mitch Park SEE PAGES 6 & 7 IN THIS GUIDE FOR MORE INFORMATION

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Recreation Programs Each year eight topics are chosen by a panel of experts. GD was created by the Foreign Policy Association (FPA) in the 1950s. FPA is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization whose mission is to serve as a catalyst for developing awareness, understanding and informed opinion on U.S. foreign policy and global issues (www.fpa.org).

Edward Jones: Stocks, The Nuts and Bolts As you consider your long-term financial goals, how do stocks measure up? During our presentation, you’ll learn the differences between common and preferred stock, the importance of dividends, ways to craft your stock strategy and different ways to own stock.

Ages: 18 & Up Min/Max: 1/12

Ages 18 & Up Min/Max: 5/20

Cost $32 | Book Included W February 14 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. W February 28 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. W March 14 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. W March 28 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. W April 11 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. W April 25 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. W May 9 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. W May 23 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. W June 6 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

TH January 11

Edward Jones: Tax Free Investing – It’s not what you make, it’s what you keep This 35 minute educational program is designed to inform individuals of the benefits and considerations of choosing investments that offer tax advantages. Ages 18 & Up Min/Max: 5/20

TH February 8

9 – 9:45 a.m. FREE

Edward Jones: Social Security – Your Questions Answered This seminar discusses how Social Security fits into your retirement income plan, when you should start taking benefits and tax considerations. Ages 18 & Up Min/Max: 5/20

TH April 12

9 – 9:45 a.m. FREE

9 – 9:45 a.m. FREE

Edward Jones: Five Money Questions for Women This is a 45 minute educational program that discusses a process women can use to identify financial goals and set strategy. Ages 18 & Up Min/Max: 5/20

TH March 8

9 – 9:45 a.m. FREE

SPECIAL INTEREST Women’s Defense Safety Course The Women’s Defense Safety Course (DSC) The objective is to teach women threat awareness and defensive techniques. Students will learn tools to prevent becoming a victim by recognizing potentially dangerous situations. This is not a fitness exercise class or a martial arts course. It is self-defense and safety training, which requires active physical participation. Ages 18 & Up* Min/Max: 2/10

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Jan. 5 – Jan. 26 10 – 11:30 a.m. $100 Jan. 6 – Jan. 27 10 – 11:30 a.m. $100 Feb. 2 – Feb. 23 10 – 11:30 a.m. $100 Feb. 3 – Feb. 24 10 – 11:30 a.m. $100 Mar. 2 – Mar. 23 10 – 11:30 a.m. $100 Mar. 3 – Mar. 24 10 – 11:30 a.m. $100 Mar. 30 – April 20 10 – 11:30 a.m. $100 Mar. 31 – April 21 10 – 11:30 a.m. $100

*Daughters ages 16 and older may enroll in course for an addition $50

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Skills Refresher Training Improvement and fighting the deteriorating effects of perishable skills can only be achieved through practice. The SRT is designed to help prior students maintain proficiency at an inexpensive cost. FOR PREVIOUS STUDENTS ONLY Ages 18 & Up* Min/Max: 2/10

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February 3 February 17 March 3 March 17 March 31 April 14

12 – 1 p.m. 12 – 1 p.m. 12 – 1 p.m. 12 – 1 p.m. 12 – 1 p.m. 12 – 1 p.m.

$10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10

*Daughters ages 16 and older may enroll in course for an additional $5

Square Dance Lessons – Friends, Fun and Fellowship: Teacup Chains Square Dance Club of Edmond Learn to square dance in 20 lessons with friendly people willing to help you learn! Lessons will be twice weekly (Monday and Thursday night). Ages 18 & Up Min/Max: 1/50

M, TH Jan. 8 – Apr. 4 Plus Lessons 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Mainstream 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

$22 $22

Stroller Strides: This is a total fitness program that moms can do WITH their babies. It includes power walking/running and intervals of strength and body toning using exercise tubes, your stroller and the environment. Taught by certified fitness instructors with special training in the pre and post-natal woman, it is a great workout for ANY level of exerciser. All of our instructors

abide by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ recommendations for exercise. Stroller Strides instructors weave songs and activities into the routine designed to engage and entertain baby. Ages 18 & Up Min/Max: 3/12

M-TH Dec. 14 – Apr. 26 9:30 a.m. Pricing Varies

Total Wellness: Oklahoma-CityCounty-Health Department Lose Weight, Live Better! Join us in this interactive weight-loss and chronic disease program where you will learn how to eat and live a better, healthier life. Register through the OCCHD website. Ages 18 & Up Min/Max: 3/12

TH Jan. 11 – Mar. 1 11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. FREE

Family

Ages: 2 & Up

ARTS & CRAFTS Ice Princess Party Winter is a magical time of year! Join us in making snow dough, snowflakes, and snow globes. Our winter adventure wouldn’t be complete without sugar cookies and hot chocolate! Ages: 4 & Up Min/Max: 2/8

Sat January 13

2 -4 p.m.

$14

Old Sweater Mittens Transform your old sweaters into your favorite pair of mittens. With a little time and hand sewing you will have a brand new pair of cozy mittens. Ages: 4 & Up Min/ Max: 2/10

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February 5

5– 6:30 p.m. $8

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Recreation Programs Paint Away This is a basic social painting class for people who think they can’t paint or never have. We will provide the basic layout of the painting and you will provide the color and creativity. All you need is an open mind to let the artist with in to come alive. This is a class that is fun to take with a friend. Ages: 4 & Up Min/Max: 2/12

TH M T W Sat

*February 1 *February 26 *March 20 *April 18 *April 21

10 – 11 a.m. 6 – 7:30 p.m. 1 – 3 p.m. 6 – 7 p.m. 3 – 4 p.m.

$12 $12 $12 $12 $12

*February 1: Be Mine Arrows; February 26: Lucky Shamrock; March 20: Lookin’ Sharp; April 18: Beach; April 21: Daisies and Bumblebees

Orbeez Stress Balls Life can be stressful. Join us and make your own stress ball filled with orbeez.

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

Sat Sat Sat F W Sat

Ages: 6 & Up Min/ Max: 2/10

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May 15

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 pots are thrown. 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. Glazing is included in the price. Ages: 9 & Up Min/Max: 2/7

W Sat F Sat M Sat

January 17 5 — 6:30 p.m. $14 January 20 6 – 7:30 p.m. $14 February 9 6 – 7:30 p.m. $14 February 24 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. $14 April 2 6 – 7:30 p.m. $14 April 7 10 – 11:30 a.m. $14

$20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20

Ages: 2–5 (Parents must attend)

ARTS & CRAFTS Cupcake Liner Snowman No need for mittens to build this snowman. We will use cupcake and coffee liners to create a one of a kind winter snowman. Ages: 2-5

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Min/Max: 2/8

January 11

10 – 11 a.m.

$6

Cheerio Corn on a Cob In this craft you will build your corn on a cob out of colored construction paper and then cover the corn in delicious cheerios. Ages: 2-5

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10 –11 a.m. 1-2 p.m. 10 - 11 a.m. 6-7 p.m. 6-7 p.m. 2-3 p.m.

Pre–School

5– 6:30 p.m. $8

FAMILY POTTERY

February 3 February 24 March 17 March 30 April 4 April 21

Min/Max: 2/8

March 16

10 – 11 a.m.

$8


Felt Popsicle Join us in creating a never melting popsicle out of felt and other sparkly art supplies.

Paint Away Paint, paint, and more paint! In these classes you will use paint in different ways to great your own little masterpiece.

Ages: 2-5

Ages: 2-5

Min/Max: 2/8

TH March 15

10- 11 a.m.

$8

Fairy Garden & Fairy Dust Using items from a magical park, you will create a beautiful fairy garden in a mason jar. After you garden is complete you will make your own magical fairy dust! Ages: 2-5

Min/Max: 2/8

TH April 10

10- 11 a.m.

$12

Paper Plate Art Each day we will use paper plates, glue, and a few strokes of a paint brush to create animals. Ages: 2-5

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Min/Max: 2/12

January 16 February 6 March 21

10 – 11 a.m. 10 – 11 a.m. 10 – 11 a.m.

$6 $6 $6

January 16: Turtle; February 6: Bumble Bee; March 21: Bunny

Pom Pom Caterpillar Wiggle into spring by making your own little caterpillar with pom poms and creativity! Ages: 2-5

Min/Max: 2/8

TH April 17

10 – 11 a.m.

$8

Swirling Twirling Ladybug Create a ladybug to watch twirl with a few markers, paper, and string. Ages: 2-5

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Min/Max: 2/8

January 30

10 – 11 a.m.

$8

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Min/Max: 2/12

*January 5 *March 29 *March 30 *April 20

10 – 11 a.m. 10 – 11 a.m. 10 – 11 a.m. 10 – 11 a.m.

$8 $8 $8 $8

January 5: Thumbprint Tree; March 29: Handprint Pot of Gold; March 30: Loofa Sponge Spots; April 20: Stan the Chicken

PERFORMING ARTS Kindermusik - Musical Me in OKC In every Kindermusik class your child is welcomed into a playful and nurturing environment where they will sing, move, play instruments, and hear stories- all while developing social skills, problem solving skills, pre-math skills and a foundation for reading. Our research based curriculum focuses on whole-child development and helps you understand how your child is developing musically, cognitively and socially. Each child will receive digital materials with every unit as well as an instrument and book per semester if enrolled in 2 units or more. Come play with us! Classes for Newborn to 5 years Ages: 0-6

Min/Max: 3/12

F January 12 – May 4 See page 16. For enrollment information 10:15 – 11 a.m. Mixed Ages Class (ages 0-6) 11 – 11:45 a.m. Level 2 Class (ages 2-3) 11:45 – 12:30 a.m. Level 1 Class (ages 1-2)

Squirt Gun Art What is better than squirt guns and painting? How about both! We will use a water based paint and squirt guns to make your own abstract painting. Ages: 2-5

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April 11

Min/Max: 2/8

10 - 11 a.m.

$8

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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. All classes run from January 2 – April 27 Tuition: $50/month, $40/2nd child Registration: $30

Mondays Baby Ballet Toddler & Me Ballet, Tap, Jazz Hip Hop/Jazz Ballet, Tap, Jazz

9:45 – 10:30 am 10:30 – 11:15 am 10:30 – 11:15 am 5:30 – 6:15 pm 6:15 – 7:00 pm

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

Tuesdays Tippi Pro

6:00 – 6:45 pm 7-9 yrs.

Wednesdays Baby Ballet Ballet, Tap, Jazz

4:45 – 5:30 pm 2 ½-3 yrs. 5:30 – 6:15 pm 5-6 yrs.

Thursdays Toddler & Me Ballet, Tap, Jazz Ballet, Tap, Jazz Baby Ballet Ballet, Tap, Jazz

10:15 – 11:00 am 11:00 – 11:45 am 5:00 – 5:45 pm 5:45 – 6:30 pm 6:15 – 7:00 pm

1 ½ - 3 yrs. 3-5 yrs. 3-4 yrs. 2 ½-3 yrs. 5-6 yrs.

Saturdays Toddler & Me Ballet, Tap, Jazz

10:15 – 11:00 am 1 ½ - 3 yrs. 11:00 – 11:45 am 3-5 yrs.

Register today! tippitoesdance.com To register for classes or for more information please visit www.tippitoesdance.com

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STEAM Science and Robotics brings Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics to youth through education and fun. Our robot kits are easy to build and teach many valuable lessons in the S.T.E.A.M. arena from design and structure to programming and control. With over 10 levels of robot kids there is something for every age group. There is enough curriculum to fill 10 semesters without ever repeating! Robot kits will be lent to children to use for each class.

Tuesdays | Jan. 16 –Mar. 27 | 1:30 –3p Ages: 7 & Up | Fee: $229 Cindy McAtee | (918) 510 – 6949 Cindy@Robots-4-U.com

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Recreation Programs Upstage Theater - Our mission is to mature into an essential landmark for Edmond and its surrounding areas by supplying an upscale, accomplished, economical performing arts institute for all ages - especially our youth and mounting top-notch productions that will draw in and cultivate the local talent to their maximum extent. Play On! (Acting class): This theatre class is designed to give younger students the proper acting skills they need to be a great performer. Here you will learn theatre terms, voice projection, stage direction, warm up exercises, character development, and much more through the study of age appropriate monologues and scenes. Ages: 2nd – 5th Grade Min/Max: 5/15

TH Feb. 1 – March 8 6 – 6:45 p.m. $120

Play On! (Homeschool acting classes): This theatre class is designed to give younger students the proper acting skills they need to be a great performer. Here you will learn theatre terms, voice projection, stage direction, warm up exercises, character development, and much more through the study of age appropriate monologues and scenes. Ages PK – 3rd Grade Min/Max: 5/15

T January 30 – March 6 10:15 – 11 a.m. $120 Ages 4th – 7th Grade Min/Max: 5/15

T January 30 – March 6 11:15 a.m. – 12 p.m. $120 Ages 8th – 12th Grade Min/Max 5/18

T January 30 – March 6 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. $120

SPECIAL INTEREST NEW! Kids In the Kitchen: Baking with ToTs Introducing toddler to the kitchen through baking and simple recipes. Allowing toddlers to explore food through touching, smelling and tasting. Ages: 2-5

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January 8 - 29 4 – 5:30 p.m. $65 February 5 - 26 4 – 5:30 p.m. $65

Youth

Ages: 6–12

ARTS & CRAFTS Free Create This open studio time gives you the opportunity to use our supplies and space to paint, draw, or mold almost anything. Ages: 6-12

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Min/Max: 2/8

January 22 March 23

5:30 — 6:30 p.m.$10 11 a.m. — 12 p.m. $10

Flower Pens During this class you’ll make four flower powered pens. One for you and three to share. Or three for you and one to share! Ages: 6-12

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Min/Max: 2/6

March 19

12 – 1 p.m.

$10

Ink Burning Learn how fire effects alcohol based ink. Using colorful ink you will create a custom design on picture frame glass. After your ink design is complete, the instructor will use an open flame to make your design permanent. Ages: 9-13

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Min/Max: 2/8

Min/Max: 2/6

February 19

12 – 1 p.m.

$6


Moon Sand & Castle Building Contest The first half of the class you will create your own batch of moon sand. Later, you will use your sand and your imagination to create an award winning castle. May the best castle win! Ages: 6-12

Min/Max: 2/8

Sat March 24

1 – 2:30 p.m.

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Min/Max: 2/6

May 26

12 – 1 p.m.

$15

Paint Away This class is a basic social painting class for people who think they can’t paint or never have. We will provide the basic layout of the painting and you will provide the color and creativity. Come with an open mind to allow your inner artist to shine. Invite a friend to join to have even more fun. Ages: 6-12

F F T F

Min/Max: 2/8

*January 19 *February 2 *March 20 *May 11

5 p.m. – 6 p.m. $12 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. $12 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. $12 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. $12

January 19: Polar Bear; February 2: Valentine Cupcake; March 12: Magazine Silhouettes; May 11: “Love” Paint Marbling

String Art on Wood Choose from a few fun designs to create out of string and nails onto a piece of wood. Ages: 6-12

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Min/Max: 2/8

May 28th

12 – 1 p.m.

Ages: 6-12

Th $12

Tie Dye Bags & Shirt Choose from a variety of colors and designs to create your staple for summer apparel! This class includes one shirt and a tote bag. Ages: 6-12

Squirt Gun Art What is better than squirt guns and painting? How about both! We will use a water based paint and squirt guns to make your own abstract painting.

$12

Min/Max: 2/8

March 22

2 p.m. – 3 p.m. $8

Sewing with Kids Sewing is a handy life skill, and is great fun for kids! Take some time for yourself and learn how to sew, thread, and operate a sewing machine, cut patterns and MORE! You get to make and take home your projects! Ages: 6 & Up Min/Max: 2/6

M Jan. 8 – Apr. 30 5 – 6:30 p.m. $18/class

PERFORMING ARTS Dance with Bethany- This program comes from a seasoned & experienced dance instructor; Bethany Raley. The dance classes will focus on discovery of dance through creativity, tumbling and contemporary styles. Bethany offers a personal experience as she gets to know her students and brings her passion for dance and teaching others to the MAC. Creative Dance/Tumbling Class: will focus on exploration of movement, musicality, and basic skills. Students will learn to strengthen their bodies through tumbling and explore their imagination through creative movement. Ages: 5-8

Min/Max: 3/10

T January 9 – March 13 6 - 6:45 p.m. $100/$85 for second child T March 20 – May 22 6 – 6:45 p.m. $100/$85 for second child

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Recreation Programs Contemporary Class: will strengthen technique and explore artistry. Dancers will learn basic modern and ballet technique, improvisational skills, and choreography to popular music. Ages: 8-12

Min/Max: 2/10

T January 9 – March 13 7 - 7:45 p.m. $100/$85 for second child T March 20 – May 22 7 – 7:45 p.m. $100/$85 for second child

Irish Dance with Tess Come learn to dance a jig, reel and many more exciting, traditional and nontraditional dances! Ages: 6 & up Min/Max: 3/12

W January 10 – April 25 Level 1 4:15 – 4:45 p.m. $30/month W January 10 – April 25 Level 2 5 – 5:45 p.m. $40/month W January 10 – April 25 Level 3 6 – 7 p.m. $50/month

Upstage Theater - Our mission is to mature into an essential landmark for Edmond and its surrounding areas by supplying an upscale, accomplished, economical performing arts institute for all ages - especially our youth and mounting top-notch productions that will draw in and cultivate the local talent to their maximum extent. Play On! (Acting class): This theatre class is designed to give younger students the proper acting skills they need to be a great performer. Here you will learn theatre terms, voice projection, stage direction, warm up exercises, character development, and much more through the study of age appropriate monologues and scenes. Ages: 2nd – 5th Grade Min/Max: 5/15

TH February 1 – March 8 6 – 6:45 p.m. $120

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Play On! (Homeschool acting classes): This theatre class is designed to give younger students the proper acting skills they need to be a great performer. Here you will learn theatre terms, voice projection, stage direction, warm up exercises, character development, and much more through the study of age appropriate monologues and scenes. Ages PK – 3rd Grade Min/Max: 5/15

T Jan. 30 – Mar. 6 10:15 – 11 a.m. $120 | Ages 4th – 7th Grade | Min/Max: 5/15 T Jan. 30 – Mar. 6 11:15 – 12 p.m. $120 | Ages 8th – 12th Grade | Min/Max 5/18 T Jan. 30 – Mar. 6 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. $120

SPECIAL INTEREST Kids in the Kitchen Kids today are home alone after school and some evenings, what are they going to eat? Do they know their way around the kitchen? This course teaches children the basics in the kitchen. Children will learn how to properly use kitchen utensils and heat. How to prepare simple meals on their own from items in the pantry. Ages 7 & Up

Min/Max: 2/8

M January 8 - 29 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. $65 M February 5 - 26 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. $65 M March 5 - 26 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. $65

Steam Science and Robotics: Robotics level 1 & level 2 Ages 7 & Up

Min/Max: 10/15

T Jan. 16 - 30 1:30 – 3 p.m. $229/person See ad on page 11 for registration T February 6 – 27 1:30 – 3 p.m. T March 6 – 27

Mad Science: SPRING BREAK! LEGO Mindstorm Robotics Give your young roboticists a peek into the window of possibilities with robots and how it is revolutionizing our world. Campers learn the robot’s principal com-


ponents and their functions. They discover the mechanical aspects of robots and how it is powered electrically. They identify, compare, and test many toy robots. They then work in pairs to build programmable robots using the Lego NXT Mind storms systems. Children make projects of different levels of difficulty and program them, such as a remote control car, a baseball gamer and more. Children work with ultrasonic, touch, color and motion sensors which collect information around them. The program interprets this information and make the robot respond to its environment. These future roboticists will learn teamwork, problem solving and critical thinking skills, and develop the value of self-motivation and resourcefulness. Each child will build his own doodling robot to take home Ages 6 - 12

Min/Max: 10/22

M-F March 19 - 23 1 – 4 p.m. See ad on page 4 for registration

Teen

$175

Ages: 13–17

Min/Max: 2/4

March 9

5 - 6 p.m.

$10

Candle Making Learn the craft of candle making! You will have the opportunity to make two different scented candles with a wood or cloth wick. Ages: 13-17

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Min/ Max: 2/10

April 16 April 30

6 – 7 p.m. 5 – 6 p.m.

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$15 $15

Min/Max: 2/6

March 21

3 – 4 p.m.

$6

Mini Succulent Planters Succulents are all over Pinterest! This class requires THREE visits. The first day you will use the Potter’s Wheel to create pots for your succulents. The next visit you will glaze your pottery. The last day you will plant your succulents. Ages: 13-17

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Min/ Max: 2/8

March 20

11 - 12 p.m.

$25

Sharpie Shoes Design your own shoes with sharpies and rubbing alcohol. After decorating your shoe will dip them in a solution to create a water coloring effect. Shoes included. F

Bottle Cap Magnets You will create several magnets using decorative bottle caps and metal embossing! Use them to decorate your locker or hold up your A+ report card. F

Ages: 13—17

Ages: 13-17

ARTS & CRAFTS

Ages: 10—17

Ink Burning Learn how fire effects alcohol based ink. Using colorful ink you will create a custom design on picture frame glass. After your ink design is complete, the instructor will use an open flame to make your design permanent.

Min/ Max: 2/8

January 19

6 - 7 p.m.

$15

TEEN POTTERY Wheel Throwing Use your imagination and guidance from the instructor to form almost anything out of clay. Visits Required: One to make, one to paint, one to pick up. Ages: 13-17

Min/ Max: 2/8

Wed March 28

6 – 7 p.m.

$14

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In every Kindermusik class, you’re welcomed into a playful and nurturing environment where your child will have fun singing, moving, playing instruments, and hearing stories—while simultaneously developing social skills, problem-solving skills, pre-math skills, and a foundation for reading. Our music classes for kids focus on whole-child development and build the skills children need to be successful in both school and life. Celebrate your child’s early years and development and see for yourself how Kindermusik is more than just music classes for kids. Enrollment is ongoing throughout the semester. Email or call us for your FREE Introductory Class. Fridays | January 12 – May 4

10:15 am | Family Time | Newborns – 6 yrs. 11:00 am | Wiggle & Grow | 2 – 3 yrs. old 11:45 am | Sing & Play | 1 – 2 yrs. old 12:30 pm | Cuddle & Bounce | Newborns – 1 yr. old Babies under 4 months are FREE! $15/Student | $12/Sibling | Min/Max: 4/12

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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 private functions. For more information on availability, pricing or to rent a pavilion or room, call the Parks and Recreation office at 359–4630 or visit us at the MAC building in Mitch Park.

Planning a special event? Any event that offers a public invitation that includes but is not limited to, runs/walks, car shows, comm– unity garage sales, parades, etc. must be approved by the Special Events Committee. Anyone interested in having a special event must contact Sarah London for an application form and information on how to apply. All forms must be completed and returned to the office 60 days prior to the requested event date.

REFUND & CANCELLATION POLICY If you have registered for a class that was cancelled due to lack of enrollment, a credit will be placed on your account for a future class. This credit will expire 1 year from the date of the original class.

If a participant withdraws from a class less than 3 business days prior to the scheduled class date, a credit will be placed on their account. Credits will expire 1 year from the date of the original class.

If you have registered for a class that was cancelled by us due to other reasons, we will work to reschedule the class at a later date, keeping the same time and day of the week. If you are not able to attend the rescheduled class, a credit will be placed on your account for a future class. The credit will be available for 1 year from the date of the original class.

The above policy applies only to our fee–based recreation Programs and not to: KickingBird Tennis; Pelican Bay Aquatic Center; KickingBird Golf Club; Farmer’s Market; MAC or pavilion rentals, special events or Arcadia Lake.

If a participant withdraws from a class more than 3 days prior to the scheduled class date, the participant may request a refund or a credit to their account or a refund. Refund time will vary depending on form and date of original payment.

Program Tardiness Policy

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

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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

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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EAGLE WATCH Friday – Sunday, January 5,6 &7 Anytime between 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Half price park entry ($3 per vehicle) Arcadia Lake Office: 2 1 6 –747 1

Dress warm and bring your binoculars. Begin at the Arcadia Lake Park Office, 9000 E 2nd Street (located approx. 3 ½ miles east of I-35 on Route 66) to receive information about where the Eagles can be found.  The Park office will have a raptor wingspan display, videos, and other great Eagle info.

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IN PUBLIC PLACES TOUR

Saturday | April 7 & May 19 | Monday | April 16 & May 7 | 10 am– 2 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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Summer Camp Preview

COMING SUMMER 2018 TO THE MAC! VIDEO GAME & WEB DESIGN • ART • SCIENCE • MOVIES & MORE!

Video game and web design camps, Tippi Toes camp, Abrakadoodle art camp, Mad Science camp, LEGO Mindstorm camp, 1 day fieldtrips, movies and more! We will have various camps throughout the summer for all ages and all interests. Volunteer opportunities are also available for kids 13 and up. Before and after care will be provided for all camps if enough participants enroll. Look for more specific information in April. Registration for camps will start May 1st.

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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! Edmond Adult Softball Association (405) 359–1305 board@edmondadultsoftball.com edmondadultsoftball.com Edmond All–Sports Inc. 836 W Danforth Edmond, OK 73003 (405) 340–5300 info@edmondallsports.com edmondallsports.com Edmond Lacrosse PO Box 31271 Edmond, OK 73003–0022 (405) 4580–LAX info@edmondlacrosse.com edmondlacrosse.com Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink 1501 W Covell Rd. Edmond, OK 73003 (405) 274–1638 info@expressice.com edmondoutdooricerink.com

Edmond Soccer Club 1502 W Danforth, Edmond, OK 73003 P.O. Box 955, Edmond, OK 73083 (405) 348–2255 edmondsoccer.com KickingBird Tennis Kickingbird Tennis Center 1500 E. Danforth Edmond, OK 73034 (405) 348–3120 kickingbirdtennis.com kbirdten@flash.net Miracle League 711 Aberdeen Rd Edmond, OK 73025 (405) 850–7603 edmondmiracleleague.com Pelican Bay 1034 S. Bryant Ave. Edmond, OK 73034 (405) 216–7649

Edmond Rodeo 300 N. Kelly Road P.O. Box 1054 Edmond, Oklahoma 73083 edmondroundupclub.com

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HOUND HUNT SAT. APRIL 7

2PM

FREE EVENT

Edmond Dog Park • 33rd Street & Rankin

Egg hunts aren’t just for kids.

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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 Brian.Soerensen@EdmondOK.com

Jeff Klappenbach PGA Assistant Golf Professional

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Hours of Operation March 12–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–October 31 6:30 a.m.–10 p.m. | SUN–TH 6:30 a.m.–11 p.m. | F–SAT November 1–March 11 7 a.m.–Dark | Weekend 7:30 a.m.–Dark | Weekday

Driving Range Program Pay $185 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

JUNIORS

Weekday Monday–Thursday

$26.50

$16

$26.50

(62 & older)

(HS Senior and younger)

Weekend $29.50 ($18.50 after 2 p.m.) Friday–Sunday $31.50 $16 (Friday only before 11 a.m.) Twilight Mar.–Oct. (after 4 p.m.) Nov.–Feb. (after 2 p.m.)

$18.50

$31.50

$15 (weekday) $10 (weekday after 2 p.m.) $18.50 (weekend after 2 p.m.) $13 (weekend after 2 p.m.)

Super Twilight $16 Apr.–Oct. (after 6 p.m.) $16 $16 (weekend after 2 p.m.)

$10 (weekday after 2 p.m.)

SPECIAL EVENTS 20th Annual KickingBird 2-Man Iron Man

Saturday, January 27 | Tee Times 10 a.m. 6-Hole Scramble, 6-Hole Best Ball, 6-Hole Alternate Shot Must have an official USGA Handicap. Entry Fee:  $75.00 per man (Covers Green Fee, Cart, Range Balls, Tee Prize and other Prizes)

2018 Demo Day

Saturday, April 14 | 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Free | Great opportunity to try the latest and greatest in the new 2018 equipment. All of the leading manufacturers will be present.

2018 Family Fun Nights

Saturday, April 21 | Tee Times 5 p.m. May 19, June 16, July 21, Aug. 11 and Sept. 22 All Ages | 9-Hole, Special Junior Tees & Free Putting Course | Food & Beverage Discounts $3 Range Tokens | $8 Green Fees | $8 Carts

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GREAT DECISIONS DISCUSSION GROUP Great Decisions is A merica’s largest discussion group program on world affairs. T he program model involves reading the GD Briefing book, watching the DV D and meeting in a Discussion Group to discuss the most critical global issues facing A merica. Each year eight topics are chosen by a panel of experts. GD was created by the Foreign Policy A ssociation (FPA) in the 1950s. FPA is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization whose mission is to ser ve as a catalyst for developing awareness, understanding and informed opinion on U.S. foreign policy and global issues (w w w.f pa.org) MEETINGS EV ERY OTHER W EDNESDAY FEBRUA RY 14 – JUNE 6

10 a.m. – 12 p.m. | T he M AC Cost: $32 | Book Included Richard Maule 405.513.5768 FPA.Org/Great_ Decisions

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Pavilion Rental

PAVILION RENTAL PARKS

NEW TIMES & FEES

· Bickham-Rudkin

Beginning January 1, 2018

· Chitwood

We are now renting in set four-hour time slots:

· Fink · Hafer · Mitch · Shannon Miller · Stephenson

· 9:00 am – 1:00 pm · 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm · 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm Fees will be $4 - $18.75 per hour depending on the size of the pavilion. Scan this to visit us at edmondparks.com Follow us on

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Edmond Senior Center The Edmond Senior Center

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

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.

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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.

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.

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

REGULAR SCHEDULE PROGRAMS

M&TH 10:15 a.m. $5 per class $40 per 10 classes

FITNESS

Pre–registration required

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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ACTIVITIES Quilting Group This group makes quilts of all sizes. The quilters make and donate items for special projects in the community. Age: 55 & Up Max: 12 T

10 a.m.

FREE

Pre–registration required


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

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10 a.m.

FREE

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

8 a.m.– 4 p.m.

FREE

8 a.m.–3 p.m. FREE

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) T

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

12:30 p.m.

FREE

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Join us in this interactive weight-loss and chronic disease program where you will learn how to eat and live a better, healthier life. Thursdays | Jan. 11–Mar. 1 | 11:00–12:30p Free Event | Register Today! | Min/Max: 10/55 OCCHD.org/eng/community/total-wellness

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Friday | April 13 | Mitch Park Amphitheater | Starts at Dusk Admission is free, concessions are $1 each. | edmondparks.com | 405.359.4630

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