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LAKEWOOD ARTS, PARKS & RECREATION

COMMUNITY CONNECTION

Registration opens July 29 at 10 a.m. CLASSES | LEAGUES | EVENTS

SEPTEMBER–DECEMBER 2021


LAKEWOOD CULTURAL CENTER

2021-2022 SEASON

Lakewood.org/LCCPresents An exciting mix of music and theater at the Lakewood Cultural Center. Bundle & Save! Season tickets now available. Single tickets on sale Aug. 3.

Oct. 30 2:30-8:30 p.m.

Oct. 2 & 3 Lakewood.org/CiderDays

Kids Amusements • Live Entertainment • Historic Demonstrations Straw Bale Maze • Apple Annie’s Baking Challenge Tractor Pull • Apple Pie Eating Contest Cider Pressing • The Beer Garden • Food & Craft Vendors

$8 in advance | $10 day of | $6 children ages 3-12

Tickets on sale Aug. 26.

801 S. Yarrow St. 303-987-7850

HOLIDAY ARTS & POTTERY SALE Saturday, Dec. 11, 10 a.m.– 4 p.m. Lakewood.org/HolidaySale

at Heritage Lakewood Belmar Park Trick-or-treat through historic buildings then watch the Halloween classic movie “Hocus Pocus” under the moon.

Reservations open Sept. 30. Lakewood.org/Halloween 2 • 303-987-7830

Mugs, Bowls, Serving Dishes, Jewelry, Scarves, Ornaments, Paintings & More! 6375 W. First Ave. 303-987-5436


Registration Contents IN-PERSON, VIRTUAL AND HYBRID OPTIONS AVAILABLE. Virtual classes held via Zoom. To download and view tutorials, visit Lakewood.org/Zoom.

EASY WAYS TO

REGISTER ONLINE

Lakewood.org/Register BY PHONE

303-987-7830

Phone registration is by credit card only.

AQUATICS / SWIMMING . . . . . . . 8 ARTS & HISTORY . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 CAMPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 DANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 FITNESS & WELLNESS . . . . . . . . 31 OUTDOOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 THERAPEUTIC RECREATION / PATRONS WITH DISABILITIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 ROCK CLIMBING . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 TEENS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 SPORTS / LEAGUES . . . . . . . . . . 43 GYMNASTICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 OLDER ADULTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

Facilities RECREATION CENTERS . . . . . . . . 4

Registration is also available in-person at facilities. CREDITS & REFUNDS: When you sign up for a class, we depend on your enrollment for a successful class. However, we understand that sometimes your plans may change. All credit/refund requests must be made at least three days prior to the start of a program. Refund requests will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis and may be subject to a $20 processing fee. Refunds can be added to your household account or issued via check or credit card; no cash refunds. Please allow three weeks to receive a refund. To request a refund, contact the facility in which your class is located or contact Community Resources by email at CRinfo@Lakewood.org or by phone at 303-987-7800. We reserve the right to cancel or combine classes. Should a class be canceled before it begins, a full credit will be automatically issued to your household account for future use.

Thank You Community Partners!

For information on becoming a community partner, call 303-987-7871 or email Sponsorship@Lakewood.org.

OLDER ADULT AND FAMILY SERVICES CENTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 ARTS & PARKS FACILITIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

On the Cover Teen Adventures are for teenagers to explore some of the area’s top activities like horseback riding with Bear Creek Stables located in Bear Creek Lake Park. Learn about other Teen Adventures on page 42.

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Recreation Centers RESIDENT FEES

CARMODY RECREATION CENTER 2200 S. Kipling St. Lakewood, CO 80227 720-963-5360 Carmody@Lakewood.org Lakewood.org/Carmody

NONRESIDENT FEES

DAILY ADMISSION

DAILY ADMISSION

Adult

$6

Adult

$8

Youth, Student, Senior 62+

$5

Youth, Student, Senior 62+

$6

Children age 2

$2

Children age 2

$3

15-VISIT PASS

15-VISIT PASS

Adult

$71

Adult

$91

Youth, Student, Senior 62+

$62

Youth, Student, Senior 62+

$75

30-VISIT PASS

30-VISIT PASS

CHARLES WHITLOCK RECREATION CENTER

Adult

$115

Adult

$150

Youth, Student, Senior 62+

$105

Youth, Student, Senior 62+

$130

MONTHLY PASS*

MONTHLY PASS*

1555 Dover St. Lakewood, CO 80215 303-987-4800

Adult

$32

Adult

$39

Youth, Student, Senior 62+

$26

Youth, Student, Senior 62+

$30

CWRC@Lakewood.org

Household

$38

Household

$45

Each additional person in the household

$6

Each additional person in the household

$7

Lakewood.org/Whitlock Limited offerings available this fall.

GREEN MOUNTAIN RECREATION CENTER 13198 W. Green Mountain Dr. Lakewood, CO 80228 303-987-7830 GMRC@Lakewood.org Lakewood.org/GreenMountain

LAKEWOOD LINK RECREATION CENTER 1295 S. Reed St. Lakewood, CO 80232 303-987-5400 Link@Lakewood.org Lakewood.org/Link

(valid for 2 people)

(valid for 2 people)

*3 month minimum requirement; monthly pass payments must be made with a credit/debit card.

*3 month minimum requirement; monthly pass payments must be made with a credit/debit card.

ANNUAL PASS

ANNUAL PASS

Adult

$385

Adult

$469

Youth, Student, Senior 62+

$315

Youth, Student, Senior 62+

$362

School year

$149

School year

$175

Household

$459

Household

$550

Each additional person in the household

$69

Each additional person in the household

$84

(mid-Aug to late May) (valid for 2 people)

(mid-Aug to late May) (valid for 2 people)

Annual passholders also receive free babysitting and 20% discount on BODYPUMP passes.

Annual passholders also receive free babysitting and 20% discount on BODYPUMP passes.

SENIOR ALL ACCESS 62+

SENIOR ALL ACCESS 62+

Annual

$350

Annual

$400

Monthly

$29

Monthly

$33

Annual Household $600 (valid for 2 people)

Monthly Household

(valid for 2 people)

$50

Annual Household $684 (valid for 2 people)

Monthly Household

(valid for 2 people)

MILITARY DISCOUNT – 25% OFF ALL FEES Active and retired military with proof of service.

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$57


Recreation Centers RECREATION MEMBERSHIPS NON-INSURANCE-BASED Older Adult Memberships (Ages 62+)

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Annual resident pass: $350 • Annual nonresident pass: $400 Annual resident pass for two people in a household: $600 Annual nonresident pass for two people in a household: $684 Membership can be paid in monthly installments.

INSURANCE-BASED Adult Memberships (Ages 18-64) Check with your insurance provider to see if you qualify.

INSURANCE-BASED Older Adult Memberships Check with your insurance provider to see if you qualify.

Renew Active™ from UnitedHealthcare is available with select Medicare Advantage plans.

The SilverSneakers® Fitness Program and Silver&Fit® are for Medicare eligible members. THE MEMBERSHIPS ABOVE INCLUDE: • FREE admission to all four recreation centers. • FREE general admission classes designed for you, no matter your fitness level. • FREE admission to aqua fitness classes.

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Lakewood.org/RecCenters Recreation centers are now open without reservations, but due to staffing shortages, Recreation Center operational hours can be limited and subject to change. Please visit Lakewood.org/RecCenters for the most up-to-date information.

GENERAL ADMISSION FITNESS CLASSES By reservation only, up to eight days in advance at Lakewood.org/Register or by calling to check day-of availability. General admission fitness classes are offered at all four recreation centers and Clements Community Center. View class details on pages 37 and 51.

INDOOR RACQUETBALL By reservation only, up to eight days in advance at Lakewood.org/Register or by calling Green Mountain or Charles Whitlock recreation centers. Only one person per group needs to make the reservation.

INDOOR PICKLEBALL Drop-in (first-come, first-served) indoor pickleball is offered on select days at Carmody and Green Mountain recreation centers. View the schedule at Lakewood.org/Pickleball.

EQUIPMENT ORIENTATIONS Call any recreation center to sign up for a free orientation for adults and youth ages 12+.

• 20% DISCOUNT on select registration classes, first personal training package and BODYPUMP™ pass.

FACILITY RENTALS

• FREE membership benefits orientations.

Learn about spaces available for small meetings to large banquets at Lakewood.org/Rentals.

FIRST-TIME VISITORS Visit Lakewood.org/RecMembership or call Polly Zimmerman at 303-987-4807 for more information.

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Older Adult and Family Services Facilities CLEMENTS COMMUNITY CENTER 1580 Yarrow St. Lakewood, CO 80214 303-987-4820 Fax: 303-987-4841 TTY: 303-987-4840 Clements@Lakewood.org

WILBUR ROGERS CENTER 12100 W. Alameda Parkway Lakewood, CO 80228 303-987-2490 Fax: 303-987-4863 Lakewood.org/FamilyServices

Lakewood.org/OlderAdults

Arts and Parks Facilities LAKEWOOD CULTURAL CENTER

HERITAGE LAKEWOOD BELMAR PARK

470 S. Allison Parkway Lakewood, CO 80226 303-987-7845

801 S. Yarrow St. Lakewood, CO 80226 303-987-7850

Lakewood.org/CulturalCenter

Lakewood.org/Heritage

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS ARTS CENTER

BEAR CREEK LAKE PARK

6375 W. First Ave. Lakewood, CO 80226 303-987-5436 Lakewood.org/WHAC

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15600 W. Morrison Road Lakewood, CO 80465 303-697-6159 Lakewood.org/BCLP


Facility Locations

Relay Colorado – 711 If you have a hearing impairment, dial 711 and request "Lakewood Community Resources" at 303-987-7800.

CODE FACILITY

ADDRESS

TELEPHONE

ADDNB

Addenbrooke Park

600 S. Kipling Parkway

303-987-7800

BCHS

Bear Creek High School

9800 W. Dartmouth Place

303-982-8855

BCLP

Bear Creek Lake Park

15600 W. Morrison Road

303-697-6159

BBA

Bowlero Bowling

945 S. Kipling Parkway

303-980-0300

CARM/CARMP

Carmody Recreation Center/Park

2200 S. Kipling St.

720-963-5360

CWRC

Charles Whitlock Recreation Center

1555 Dover St.

303-987-4800

CCC

Clements Community Center

1580 Yarrow St.

303-987-4820

EMRY

Emory Elementary School

1275 S. Teller St.

303-987-4867

FOX

Fox Hollow Golf Course

13410 W. Morrsion Road

303-986-7888

GLEN

Glennon Heights Park and Pool

10600 W. Virginia Ave.

303-989-7946

GMRC

Green Mountain Recreation Center

13198 W. Green Mountain Drive

303-987-7830

GREEN

City of Lakewood Greenhouse

9556 W. Yale Ave.

303-987-7800

HLBP

Heritage Lakewood Belmar Park

801 S. Yarrow St.

303-987-7850

LCC

Lakewood Cultural Center

470 S. Allison Parkway

303-987-7845

LINK

Lakewood Link Recreation Center

1295 S. Reed St.

303-987-5400

LKWD

Lakewood Park

150 S. Kipling St.

303-987-7800

MPP

Morse Park Pool

8180 W. 20th Ave.

303-235-6881

OKANE

O’Kane Park

7101 W. First Ave.

303-987-7800

RRF/RRP

Ray Ross Field/Park

680 S. Harlan St.

303-987-7800

STONE

Stone House

2900 S. Estes St.

303-987-7800

SURF

Surfside Spray Park

5330 W. Ninth Ave.

303-238-5780

WH

Washington Heights Arts Center

6375 W. First Ave.

303-987-5436

WHGM

William Frederick Hayden Park on Green Mountain

1000 S. Rooney Road

303-987-7800

WRC

Wilbur Rogers Center

12100 W. Alameda Parkway

303-987-2490

Private Use of Public Facilities The City of Lakewood has a paramount concern for public safety. To ensure the safety of our patrons and to minimize risks and liability, only employees of the City of Lakewood or approved designees are authorized to provide any type of instruction on the premises of any facility operated by the City of Lakewood. City staff reserves the right to monitor activities that appear to violate this policy.

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Aquatics/Swimming IMPORTANT RULES FOR YOUR POOL VISIT • Parents/guardians are responsible for actively

supervising children when using Lakewood aquatic facilities. • Anyone under 7 years of age must be accompanied by an adult in the pool. • Anyone 7-10 years of age must be accompanied by a swimmer 12 years of age or older or an adult present in the pool area. • No water wings or swimming suits with flotation devices built in are allowed in Lakewood aquatic facilities. Only Coast Guard-approved life jackets or life floats may be worn by swimmers. Life jackets are available at all facilities. • Swim diapers are required for all non-toilet-trained swimmers. Appropriate diapers are available for purchase at each facility. • Proper swimming attire is encouraged at all facilities. • All indoor and outdoor pools are nonsmoking facilities. • Additional rules are posted at each facility. • The lifeguards have the authority to enforce these and any additional rules based on participant safety.

Dive into an exciting opportunity with Lakewood.

SPECIALTY CLASSES AQUA FITNESS CLASSES

Lakewood’s Aqua Fitness team provides inclusive, effective programs for any level of fitness. Each class is designed to provide a great total body workout. Ongoing participation will help build strength, improve balance and improve overall fitness. Information: Lakewood.org/AquaFitness Questions: ChrBro@Lakewood.org

GROUP SWIM LESSONS (YOUTH) Due to staffing shortages, group swim lessons will not be available for registration on July 29. If we are able to offer lessons later this fall, we will announce it via our Lakewood Kids email. Sign up at Lakewood.org/Newsletters. Kids will learn the fundamentals of swimming and advance through class levels while building confidence and gaining skills. Choose from Intro, Preschool and Youth levels that range from 2-3 year-olds new to the water, to 6-12 year-olds learning to safely jump into the deep end. Register at Lakewood.org/Register. Keyword Search: SwimLessons Questions: HilOsm@Lakewood.org

MASTERS SWIM TEAM (AGES 18+)

Join the Lakewood Dawgs Masters team where beginning swimmers and seasoned athletes master their goals! Coaches will lead participants through workouts designed for all abilities and provide ongoing stroke feedback. Competitive swimming experience is not required, but participants should have an understanding of the basic strokes. Set your alarm, grab your goggles and hit the pool! A Lakewood Masters pass is currently required for morning practices at Green Mountain Recreation Center, no drop-ins allowed.

Join our Aquatics team today! 720-963-5371 • Lakewood.org/Jobs 8 • 303-987-7830

Register at Lakewood.org/Register. Keyword Search: SwimTeam Questions: HilOsm@Lakewood.org


Aquatics/Swimming RECREATION CENTER INDOOR POOLS Please visit the front desk or go online for the most up-to-date and accurate pool schedules, Lakewood.org/Swimming.

CARMODY RECREATION CENTER POOL 2200 S. Kipling St.

Lap swim and open swim times will vary.

720-963-5360

Please visit Lakewood.org/Swimming for details.

Pool Temperature: 80-83 degrees Six 25-yard lap lanes and six 50-meter lap lanes available. Pool features include 1- and 3-meter diving boards available for public use.

GREEN MOUNTAIN RECREATION CENTER POOL 13198 W. Green Mountain Dr.

Lap swim and open swim times will vary.

303-987-7830

Please visit Lakewood.org/Swimming for details.

Pool Temperature: 80-83 degrees Six 25-meter lap lanes available. Pool features include a 1-meter diving board available for public use and a shallow area for younger swimmers.

LAKEWOOD LINK RECREATION CENTER POOL Adult water walking and open swim times vary.

1295 S. Reed St. 303-987-5400 Pool Temperature: 90-93 degrees

Please visit Lakewood.org/Swimming for details.

Come check out our new feature with slides, water guns, an area for smaller tots and more!

CHARLES WHITLOCK RECREATION CENTER POOL 1555 Dover St. 303-987-4800 Pool Temperature: 91-93 degrees This warm-water pool hosts an array of activities, with a temperature that permits increased flexibility and mobility for aquatic exercises. Whether you’re participating in one of our many aqua fitness classes, completing rehab exercises or looking for a great social outlet, there is something for everyone!

POOL CLOSED AT TIME OF PUBLICATION. Check Lakewood.org/Whitlock for current status.

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Arts & History ADULT PERFORMING ARTS

Information: 303-987-7845

MUSIC

Information: 303-987-7877

VIRTUAL PRIVATE VOICE

Structured to build on your strengths, needs and level. Learn the five keys to vocal success: posture, respiration, intonation, articulation and resonance to apply to any vocal genre in a healthy manner. Individual lessons are 30 minutes in length for 5 weeks and are scheduled for Monday afternoons and Tuesdays midday. Registration and information: NatRen@Lakewood.org Ages: 12+ Instructor: Patrice Le Blanc $170 Date Day Length starting Sep 7 Tue 5 weeks starting Sep 13 Mon 5 weeks

VIRTUAL PRIVATE PIANO

Structured to build on your strengths, needs and level. Learn the three most basic techniques to piano success: hand, wrist and arm technique, posture and pedaling. Begin by learning fundamental repertoire and expand to styles based on your abilities and interests, such as musical theatre, jazz, folk and popular music. Individual lessons are 30 minutes in length for 5 weeks and are scheduled for Monday afternoons and Tuesdays midday. Registration and information: NatRen@Lakewood.org Ages: 12+ Instructor: Patrice Le Blanc $170 Date Day Length starting Sep 7 Tue 5 weeks starting Sep 13 Mon 5 weeks

ADULT VISUAL ARTS DIGITAL ARTS

Information: 303-987-5436

INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

EARLY REGISTRATION PRICING for arts and dance programming begins July 29 and continues to seven days prior to the first day of the program. REGULAR PRICING begins six days prior to the first day of the program.

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Challenge Level 1-2 Focus and get up to speed on the basics of digital photography. Gain a clear understanding of how your lens works and confidently control your camera (instead of it controlling you!) Instruction will cover the essential manual controls every photographer should know as well as selecting file formats and troubleshooting common problems. Students must bring a manual control camera. Supply list included on receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Justin Doucette $100 Early registration price, $110 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1000-01 Sep 7-Oct 12 Tue 6-9pm LCC


Arts & History PICTURES IN THE PARK

Challenge Level 2-3 Picture a day in the park practicing your digital photography skills and enjoying some fun in the sun. Work with an experienced photographer to gain mastery of balancing sunlight, isolating beautiful blooms and responding quickly to outdoor elements. Introduction to Digital Photography course completion recommended. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Justin Doucette $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1005-01 Sep 25 Sat 2-5pm HLBP

MASTERING PHONE PHOTOGRAPHY

Challenge Level 1-5 Explore the versatility of the camera you carry everywhere! Learn easy and professional lighting and shooting techniques to apply to your mobile photography. This info-packed workshop will focus on composition, lighting and editing photos, as well as useful apps to take your content to the next level. Students must bring a mobile phone equipped with a camera. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Justin Doucette $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1006-01 Oct 23 Sat 10am-1pm LCC

CONTINUING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Challenge Level 3-5 Take your photographic skill set further and discover artistic techniques and inspirations. Learn studio lighting and explore how to capture compelling images with ease. Become familiar with Adobe Photoshop and proper editing and printing practices. Students must bring a camera that has manual controls. Introduction to Digital Photography course completion recommended. Supply list included on receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Justin Doucette $100 Early registration price, $110 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1004-01 Oct 26-Nov 30 Tue 6-9pm LCC

DRAWING

Information: 303-987-5436

THE ART OF SEEING

Challenge Level 1-2 Unlock your creative potential and explore the foundations of drawing and painting. Instruction will include an introduction to composition, light, value, the use of line and shape, basic design principles and appropriate use of pencil and other drawing tools. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Daniel Granitto $135 Early registration price, $145 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1124-01 Sep 7-Oct 12 Tue 6-9pm WH 37A1124-02 Oct 26-Nov 30 Tue 6-9pm WH

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Beginner/ Intermediate

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Intermediate/ Advanced

DEVELOPING DRAWING SKILLS

Challenge Level 2-3 Put your pencils in motion as you practice drawing techniques in graphite and charcoal to build a strong foundation of skills. Drawing is a helpful tool for all types of art, so learn to do it well! Strengthen your observational and descriptive skillset through a mixture of hands-on instruction, examples, class discussion and critique. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Judith Scott $125 Early registration price, $135 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1107-01 Sep 9-Oct 14 Thu 9:30am-noon WH

EXPLORING PORTRAITURE

Challenge Level 2-3 Explore the world of portraiture through this mixed media course. Use your preferred mediums or mix it up to try something new! Students will learn how to draw the human head from any angle, mix accurate skin tones and capture likeness and personality. Class instruction will include demos, examples and critique, while helping you develop skills in drawing and painting portraits. Basic drawing experience recommended. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Slawa Radziszewska $135 Early registration price, $145 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1135-01 Sep 15-Oct 20 Wed 10am-1pm LCC 37A1135-02 Nov 3-Dec 15 Wed 10am-1pm LCC (No Class Nov 24)

IN PLEIN SIGHT

Challenge Level 2-4 Take your art outdoors! This workshop will introduce you to drawing and painting en plein air. With a focus on principles rather than a single technique, this workshop is an ideal introduction across many materials. We’ll learn about selecting a composition, working in a changing environment, simplifying the subject, discovering the focal points and much more. Some drawing experience recommended, but all levels welcome. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Daniel Granitto $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1136-01 Sep 25 Sat 10am-1pm HLBP

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Arts & History PEN AND INK WITH WATERCOLOR

Challenge Level 2-4 Add layers to your watercolor experience by mixing in a little pen and ink! Shake up your style with fun techniques and combinations to create exciting new effects in your paintings. Prior watercolor experience required. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Gail Firmin $70 Early registration price, $80 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1119-01 Oct 20-Nov 10 Wed 1-3pm GMRC

INTERMEDIATE DRAWING

Challenge Level 2-4 Come ready to draw and take on new challenges! Expand your skill set through the application of new mediums and varied source materials. Explore topics ranging from still life, the figure, abstraction and more. Search for the content and character of your artwork. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Judith Scott $125 Early registration price, $135 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1111-01 Oct 28-Dec 16 Thu 9:30am-noon WH (No Class Nov 11, Nov 25)

THURSDAY NIGHT FIGURE DRAWING

Challenge Level 2-5 Adult artists are welcome to attend these supervised figure drawing sessions. Students will work independently, with instructor facilitation; basic drawing experience is recommended. Sessions will include quick gesture, short and long pose drawing. Bring your own supplies. There is a $12 per class drop-in fee which can be paid in advance or upon arrival. Session capacity is limited to ten students, so register early to secure your spot! Ages: 18+ Instructor: Ismael Lozano $12 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A11FD-1 Sep 9-Dec 16 Thu* 6-9pm WH *Every other Thursday. Call or check online for more information.

INTRO TO ZENTANGLE

Challenge Level 1 Do you want to try something fun and new? The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. If time allows, students will also have the opportunity to work with black tiles and white ink. Materials included. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Susan Michalakes $45 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1112-01 Sep 11 Sat 9am-noon LCC 37A1112-02 Oct 9 Sat 9am-noon LCC

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ZENTANGLE: PEACE OF MIND

Challenge Level 1 Interested in exploring more about Zentangles for your peace of mind? Explore different tangles, shading, stand-alone patterns, Renaissance tiles, mandalas, using color and more! This great art form is good for destressing, opening up creative blocks and further exploring your inner artist. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Susan Michalakes $45 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1132-01 Sep 18 Sat 9am-noon LCC

ZENTANGLE: ROCK CAIRNS

Challenge Level 1 Interested in exploring more about Zentangles in the form of rock cairns? A Scottish tradition signifying respect, rock cairns are man-made stacks of balanced stones. Come enjoy a relaxing morning creating your own rock cairn that is balanced, dimensional and beautiful. Prerequisite: Intro to Zentangle. Materials included. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Susan Michalakes $35 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1138-01 Oct 16 Sat 9-11am LCC

FIBERS

Information: 303-987-5436

BEGINNING WEAVING I

Challenge Level 1-3 Enter the enchanting world of four-shaft weaving in this class designed for those with little or no knowledge of this craft. Using a table loom, students will learn how to plan a project, measure and organize yarn and create a plain weave scarf in wool. Materials provided. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Pamela Bliss $150 Early registration price, $160 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1202-01 Sep 11-Oct 16 Sat 1-3:30pm WH 37A1202-02 Oct 23-Dec 4 Sat 1-3:30pm WH (No Class Nov 27)

INTRO TO NATURAL DYES WORKSHOP

Challenge Level 1-5 Spend a day learning about dye plants, how they give color and the procedures that make them do so. We will dye with three plants: one native, one harvested from a local dye garden and one prepared as an extract. Participants will leave with instructions and experience to build on, as well as silk samples of the colors we created. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Cathy Jacobus $65 Early registration price, $75 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1215-01 Sep 12 Sun 10am-3pm HLBP


Arts & History KUMIHIMO BRAID-MAKING WORKSHOP

Challenge Level 1-5 “Gather your threads” with the Japanese art of Kumihimo, a braid-making technique used to weave decorative cords. This timeless technique is done on a a small and versatile braiding stool called a Maru Dai. Kumihimo braids can be used to create striking jewelry or embellish clothing and household wares. This is a fun, portable and meditative practice useful for all weavers. All materials provided. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Judie Dickinson $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1210-01 Sep 12 Sun 9:30am-4pm WH

INTRO TO BOUND WEAVE

Challenge Level 3-4 Put your best foot forward and learn how to design your own woven rugs. Keep building your weaving skills and explore bound weaves. Bound weave is a general term for a group of weft-faced weaves used for rugs or wall hangings. We will weave samples based on plain weaves and twills, including Krokbragd. Prerequisite: Beginning Weaving II. All materials provided. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Pamela Bliss $150 Early registration price, $160 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1221-01 Sep 13-Oct 18 Mon 9:30am-noon WH

PLY SPLIT BRAIDING

Challenge Level 1-5 Band together and weave beautiful braids — strong enough for belts but decorative enough for trim, bracelets or stand-alone works of art! Employed for centuries by camel drivers of northwest India and Pakistan, ply-split braiding is a gorgeous and practical addition to your weaving toolkit. Learn how and leave with a fun key fob design. All materials provided. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Judie Dickinson $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1211-01 Sep 25 Sat 9am-1pm WH

INTRO TO INKLE LOOM WEAVING

Challenge Level 1-3 Create woven ribbons of spectacular style and get to know inkle loom weaving — an easy warp-faced weaving method used to make belts, straps, handles, suspenders, sashes, shoelaces and more. This portable and affordable loom is a fun and helpful tool for all weavers! Learn to dress the loom, perfect your edges and weave beautiful designs. Bring your own inkle loom or borrow one from us. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Robin Wilton $65 Early registration price, $75 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1209-01 Oct 3 Sun 9am-4pm WH

POINT TWILL PATTERNS

Challenge Level 3-4 Let’s explore point twills and the wide variety of patterns they make. We’ll weave twill gamps (samplers) in a round-robin format, using different threadings and then “tromp as writ” to see the results. Your gamps will make a great source for future inspirations! Prerequisite: Beginning Weaving II. All materials provided. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Pamela Bliss $150 Early registration price, $160 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1222-01 Nov 1-Dec 6 Mon 9:30am-noon WH

BEYOND BEGINNING INKLE LOOM WORKSHOP

Challenge Level 3-5 Go further on the inkle loom and discover endless possibilities for narrow weaves. Pick up new techniques, variations and inkle loom patterns to impress your friends and decorate your projects. Instruction will include picots and rep weave, as well as three different pick-up techniques for complex designs. Prerequisite: Beginning Inkle Loom or comparable experience. Materials provided. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Robin Wilton $65 Early registration price, $75 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1204-01 Nov 7 Sun 9am-4pm WH

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Arts & History HOLIDAY WEAVES!

Challenge Level 1-5 Deck the halls (and table and ovens!) with some woven holiday cheer. Using cotton loops on a mini loom, make cute and speedy 8-by-8-inch woven squares thick enough to be a potholder or trivet and a wonderful gift! Follow a pattern or create your own. Materials provided. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Pamela Bliss $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1220-01 Dec 1 Wed 5-8pm WH

DRAGON BOAT ORNAMENTS

Challenge Level 1-5 Make something truly unique for this year’s tree! Learn to wrap a fun and beautiful dragon boat ornament with colorful yarn. It's sure to take center stage in your holiday decor, or as a gift to friends and family. Great for both experienced textile artists and beginners alike. Materials provided. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Robin Wilton $30 Early registration price, $40 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1223-01 Dec 4 Sat 10am-noon WH

RIGID HEDDLE WEAVING

Challenge Level 1-3 If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to weave, then the rigid heddle loom is just the tool for you! Students will make a colorful scarf of their own design while learning to dress the loom, throw a shuttle, change colors and add fringe to create a unique and functional piece. Materials provided. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Robin Wilton $65 Early registration price, $75 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1212-01 Dec 5 Sun 9am-4pm WH

METALS

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PRECIOUS METAL CLAY JEWELRY - SILVER

Challenge Level 1-5 Imagine if you could form metal jewelry with the ease of clay. With Precious Metal Clay (PMC), you can! PMC is an exciting medium that combines powdered metal with a clay-like binder that, when fired, transforms into bronze or silver pieces to polish and finish into beautiful jewelry. Price includes PMC Silver clay ($60 value). Ages: 18+ Instructor: Laurey Patten $125 Early registration price, $135 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1305-01 Sep 9-16 Thu 6-9pm WH 37A1305-02 Dec 11-18 Sat noon-3pm WH

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INTRO TO METALSMITHING

Challenge Level 1-3 Learn basic fabrication techniques of jewelry design including designing, filing, soldering and polishing. If you’ve ever wanted to make your own jewelry or small metals works, this class will give you the basic skills to succeed in this medium. Work will primarily be in copper, brass and nickel. Drop-in time will be made available. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Angel Estrada $175 Early registration price, $185 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1302-01 Sep 14-Oct 12 Tue 6-9pm WH

CONTINUING PMC - SILVER

Challenge Level 3-5 Step up your style in this continuing Precious Metal Clay (PMC) class. Students will explore more intricate projects and techniques such as rings, stone-setting, beads and composite pieces. Previous experience with metal clay (either silver or bronze) is recommended. Price includes PMC Silver clay ($60 value). Ages: 16+ Instructor: Laurey Patten $125 Early registration price, $135 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1306-01 Oct 23-30 Sat noon-3pm WH

PRECIOUS METAL CLAY JEWELRY - BRONZE

Challenge Level 1-2 Imagine you could form metal jewelry with the ease of clay. With Precious Metal Clay (PMC), you can! PMC is an exciting, clay-like medium that, when fired, transforms into durable metal. This course will introduce you to PMC, and you will leave with pieces of wearable artwork in bronze. Registration price includes PMC Bronze clay ($15 value). Ages: 16+ Instructor: Laurey Patten $80 Early registration price, $90 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1304-01 Nov 6-13 Sat noon-3pm WH

PAINTING

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BEGINNING OIL PAINTING

Challenge Level 2-3 Begin your study of oil painting and experience the joy of layers, sheens and rich, vibrant colors. Learn what you need to get started and experiment with the use of various mediums, agents and paints. Class instruction will include demonstrations, examples and critique, while emphasizing basic representational imagery. Prior drawing experience recommended. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Slawa Radziszewska $135 Early registration price, $145 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1103-01 Sep 9-Oct 14 Thu 10am-1pm LCC 37A1103-02 Oct 28-Dec 16 Thu 10am-1pm LCC (No Class Nov 11, Nov 25)


Arts & History PORTRAITS IN OIL

Challenge Level 2-5 Practice new oil painting techniques, while refining your skills in capturing likeness and character. Carefully study the human face and create realistic portraits of friends, family and more. Instruction will include class demonstrations and individual projects. Prior oil painting experience required. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Slawa Radziszewska $135 Early registration price, $145 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1121-01 Sep 10-Oct 15 Fri 10am-noon LCC 37A1121-02 Oct 29-Dec 10 Fri 10am-noon LCC (No Class Nov 26)

BEGINNING WATERCOLOR

Challenge Level 1-3 Discover the materials and concepts unique to watercolor painting. Practice techniques such as wet, dry and overlaying brushstrokes. Explore paint washes and gain comfort with setting up your palette. Great for beginning and developing students. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Ismael Lozano $135 Early registration price, $145 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1104-01 Sep 13-Oct 18 Mon 6-9pm LCC 37A1104-02 Nov 1-Dec 6 Mon 6-9pm LCC

PAINTING FUNDAMENTALS

Challenge Level 2-3 Pull out your paints and get started on a journey of artistic expression. Topics will include the use of color, composition and balance to create informed pieces of art. Instruction will include hands-on demonstrations, guided observation, class discussion and critique. Acrylic paints are recommended for beginners; oil paints permitted. Prior drawing experience recommended. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Ismael Lozano $135 Early registration price, $145 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1115-01 Sep 14-Oct 19 Tue 6-9pm LCC

PAINT-ALONG WORKSHOP

Challenge Level 2-4 Join a paint-along watercolor workshop for a little Saturday morning fun! Apply washes and painted details to create a beautiful mountain landscape of trees, mountains and more. Some watercolor experience recommended. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Jay O'Shea $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1140-01 Oct 2 Sat 10am-1pm WH

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CONTINUING WATERCOLOR

Challenge Level 3-5 Unleash your creative process and explore a broad range of approaches for applying water-based paint to paper. Enjoy camaraderie and individualized attention as part of this community of painters. Instructors will feature a different technique or painting style; follow along and experiment to develop your own unique method. Prior drawing and watercolor experience required. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Gail Firmin $90 Early registration price, $100 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1106-01 Oct 20-Nov 10 Wed 9:30am-12:30pm GMRC 37A1106-02 Dec 1-22 Wed 9:30am-12:30pm GMRC

PAINTING WITH PASTELS

Challenge Level 2-4 Develop a greater understanding of pastel painting while examining landscape as subject. Capture light, space and texture in a variety of colors. Topics will include composition, color and surface techniques, along with effective materials and class critique. Basic drawing skills required; prior experience with pastels recommended. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Norbert Nagel $135 Early registration price, $145 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1116-01 Oct 21-Dec 9 Thu 6-9pm LCC (No Class Nov 11, Nov 25)

FALL LEAVES PAINTING WORKSHOP

Challenge Level 3-5 See the shapes between the leaves and approach your paintings from a new perspective by focusing on negative space within a nature scene. Create lost and found edges to give your paintings richness and depth. Previous watercolor experience recommended. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Gail Firmin $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1110-01 Oct 23 Sat 10am-1pm LCC

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Arts & History PAINTING FROM PHOTOGRAPHS

Challenge Level 2-4 Get picture-perfect results when painting from photographs. Working from photo references is a frequent reality in painting, so learn some tips and tricks to transform your snapshot into a masterpiece. This class is designed for landscape imagery and demystifying watercolor techniques but is open to other subjects and drawing/painting materials as well. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Daniel Granitto $135 Early registration price, $145 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1139-01 Nov 1-Dec 6 Mon 6-9pm WH

PAINTING WITH PURPOSE

Challenge Level 3-5 Ready to take your paintings to the next level? Dig deeper into content, combining personal experience and creative thought into authentic subject matter. Students will be pushed to explore themes and deeper meaning, all while refining their foundational skills. Oil and acrylic mediums welcome. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Ismael Lozano $135 Early registration price, $145 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1117-01 Nov 2-Dec 7 Tue 6-9pm LCC

WATERCOLOR FOR EVERYONE WORKSHOP

Challenge Level 1-3 Want to find out if watercolor is for you? Join us for this fun and easy workshop that will introduce you to your new favorite medium. Learn about simple materials, color mixing basics and other essential information to get you started on your new artistic passion! Materials provided. Ages: 16+ Instructors: Section 01 – Gail Firmin Section 02 – Daniel Granitto $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1127-01 Nov 13 Sat 10am-1pm LCC 37A1127-02 Sep 18 Sat 10am-1pm WH

PAPER ARTS

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DIY PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP

Challenge Level 1-2 Make your mark and get printing in this beginner printmaking class as you try your hand at a variety of easy techniques. We’ll sample a variety of DIY methods, such as vegetable and eraser relief prints, pencil and pastel trace monotypes and Styrofoam intaglio prints. If you are curious about printmaking but don’t know where to start, this fun-packed workshop will really make an impression! Materials provided. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Angel Estrada $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1409-01 Oct 23 Sat 10am-1pm LCC

INTRO TO BOOK ARTS

Challenge Level 1-5 Take a stab at creating your own handmade books! Perfect for keepsakes, sketchbooks and beautiful gifts, books are a fun art for all. Learn simple methods for designing, folding, gluing and sewing a book together. Try out Japanese and European styles of binding books while testing out simple and more complex methods. Paper makers can bring their own paper if desired. Fun for all levels. Supply list included on your receipt. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Angel Estrada $75 Early registration price, $85 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1408-01 Oct 24-31 Sun 10am-2pm WH

POTTERY

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CLAY LAB!

Challenge Level 1-2 Looking for the perfect date night? Or just want to try your hand at pottery with no commitment? Spend a few fun hours getting your hands messy in a one-night clay class sure to entertain! Each section is a different project, so sign up for one or all. Tools and clay provided. Call or check online for more info. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Rotating HCA Instructors $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1520-01 Sep 17 Fri 6-9:30pm WH 37A1520-02 Oct 22 Fri 6-9:30pm WH 37A1520-03 Nov 19 Fri 6-9:30pm WH

MONOTYPE PRINTING

Challenge Level 1-5 Try your hand at printmaking with the easy and exciting process of monotype printing! Experience immediate gratification as you design and transform one-of-a-kind works of art through the magic of a printing press. A great addition to your painting practice or a fun technique all on its own! No experience necessary, materials provided. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Angel Estrada $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1407-01 Sep 25 Sat 10am-1pm LCC

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Arts & History BEGINNING POTTERY*

Challenge Level 1-3 Throw, sculpt and carve yourself a whole new passion. Get a firm grounding in the basics of wheel-thrown pottery along with an overview of firing, glazing and surface treatments. Try your hand at intermediate topics as well in this mixed level course designed for complete beginners and those looking to improve their skills. Course fee does not include the cost of clay or additional drop-in time. Ages: 16+ Instructors: Section 01, 02, 04, 05 – James McLellan Section 03, 06 – Jack Heimermann $150 Early registration price, $160 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1502-01 Sep 9-Oct 14 Thu 6:30-9:30pm WH 37A1502-02 Sep 11-Oct 16 Sat 1-4pm WH 37A1502-03 Sep 14-Oct 19 Tue 6:30-9:30pm WH 37A1502-04 Oct 28-Dec 16 Thu 6:30-9:30pm WH 37A1502-05 Oct 30-Dec 18 Sat 1-4pm WH 37A1502-06 Nov 2-Dec 7 Tue 6:30-9:30pm WH (No Class Nov 11, Nov 25, Nov 27, Dec 11) *Due to the high demand of this class, sections will be released in two batches. Sections 01-03 will open for registration on July 29 at 10 a.m. Sections 04-06 will open for registration on Oct. 7 at 10 a.m.

HAND BUILDING FOR SCULPTURAL WORK

Challenge Level 1-5 Focus on hand building methods, such as slab and coil building with an emphasis on sculptural work. Create forms with function or explore new shapes and techniques to create unique works of art. Instruction and demonstrations will be based on each student’s interest. All levels welcome. Course fee does not include the cost of clay or additional drop-in time. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Anna Valenti $150 Early registration price, $160 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1508-01 Sep 13-Oct 18 Mon 6:30-9:30pm WH 37A1508-02 Nov 1-Dec 6 Mon 6:30-9:30pm WH

CONTINUING POTTERY

Challenge Level 2-3 Improve your skills and get creative with different wheel throwing, hand building, glazing and firing techniques. Receive individualized attention and learn from your peers in a small class designed for students of all levels. Some prior experience recommended, but beginners are welcome. Course fee does not include the cost of clay or additional drop-in time. Ages: 16+ Instructors: Sect 01, 03 – Jessica Lipton Sect 02, 04 – James McLellan $150 Early registration price, $160 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1503-01 Sep 5-Oct 10 Sun 10am-1pm WH 37A1503-02 Sep 7-Oct 12 Tue 9am-noon WH 37A1503-03 Oct 24-Dec 5 Sun 10am-1pm WH 37A1503-04 Oct 26-Nov 30 Tue 9am-noon WH (No Class Nov 28)

THROWING WITH INTENT

Challenge Level 4-5 Don’t settle for what you get — learn to create the pieces you want! Put a plan into action and get consistent, beautiful results. This class is wheel throwing only and designed for intermediate or advanced students with previous wheel throwing experience. Course fee does not include the cost of clay or additional drop-in time. Ages: 16+ Instructor: James McLellan $150 Early registration price, $160 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1515-01 Sep 7-Oct 12 Tue 1-4pm WH 37A1515-02 Oct 26-Nov 30 Tue 1-4pm WH

INTRODUCTION TO GLAZING AND DECORATING

Challenge Level 3-5 Mix it up in the amazing world of glazing and decorating. Demystify basic glazing techniques and gain experience in this critical part of the pottery making process. Instruction will include use of hot wax, wax resist and tape, glaze application methods and how to safely use multiple glazes on one pot. Previous pottery experience required. Course fee does not include the cost of clay, firings or additional drop-in time. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Sumi von Dassow $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1507-01 Sep 24 Fri 3-6pm WH

POCKET MUG WORKSHOP

Challenge level 3-4 Slip your hand under the handle of a mug to warm up as you learn how to make a ceramic pocket mug! Sumi will demonstrate how to throw and assemble the mugs. Then, you’ll have time to throw the mugs and the pockets — and hopefully finish at least one. Keep your creation or give a great gift! You can sign up for additional studio time, if necessary, to finish this project. Intermediate level, throwing experience required. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Sumi von Dassow $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1533-01 Oct 24 Sun 1-4pm WH

WRAPPED CHIP & DIP SET

Challenge level 3-4 As winter approaches, this cozy, wrapped form is a fun and delicious project. You can make these as gifts, or keep one for yourself — they’re perfect for a good Netflix binge! Sumi will demonstrate how to throw and assemble this project, and you'll have time to throw and assemble one of your own. You can sign up for additional studio time, if necessary, to finish this project. Intermediate level, throwing experience required. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Sumi von Dassow $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1534-01 Nov 21 Sun 1-4pm WH

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Arts & History BAKING DISH BASICS

Challenge level 3-4 Baking season is upon us and it’s time to make your dish! Use the wheel to make square, rectangular or oval baking dishes suitable for your favorite brownie recipe. Throw round forms and alter them to create nonround forms, with time to complete at least one in class. You can sign up for additional studio time, if necessary, to finish this project. Intermediate level, throwing experience required. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Sumi von Dassow $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1535-01 Dec 3 Fri 3-6pm WH

INTRODUCTION TO RAKU FIRING

Challenge Level 3-5 Embrace the tradition of raku, a Japanese firing technique that adds brilliant hues, shine and crackle to bisque fired pottery. Instruction will include the raku process, theory and technique, safe approaches to firing, reduction methods and materials, cooling, clay selection and glaze application. Previous pottery experience required. Price of registration includes all pieces fired. Capacity is limited. Ages: 18+ Instructor: Michael Bowe $30 Early registration price, $40 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1509-01 Sep 11 Sat 9am-3pm WH

ADVANCED RAKU FIRING

Challenge Level 4-5 Practice the many variations of the elegant raku firing technique. Bisque fire your pieces and sign up for raku firing sessions at 9-10:30 a.m., 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., 12:30-2 p.m. or 2:15-3:45 p.m. Students will need to call 303-987-5436 at time of registration to sign up for their individual time block. Prerequisite: Introduction to Raku Firing workshop or previous experience. Price of registration includes all pieces to be fired. Ages: 18+ Instructor: Michael Bowe $35 Early registration price, $45 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1500-01 Sep 18 Sat 9am-3:45pm WH 37A1500-02 Oct 16 Sat 9am-3:45pm WH 37A1500-03 Nov 13 Sat 9am-3:45pm WH

WOOD FIRING WORKSHOP

Challenge Level 3-5 Wood fired ceramics have a beautiful patina from the deposit of ash and the mark of flame and make for truly unique pieces. Join the fun and camaraderie of tending the flames! Price of registration includes all pieces fired. Capacity is limited. (Call 303-987-5436 before registering if you have questions about capacity.) Ages: 18+ Instructor: Jack Heimerman $30 Early registration price, $40 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1517-01 Sep 19 Sun 9am-3pm WH 37A1517-02 Nov 7 Sun 9am-3pm WH

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INTRO TO PIT FIRING CERAMICS

Challenge Level 1-5 Looking to add a little spice to your pottery? Then it’s time to dig into pit firing, a process that adds beautiful and surprising surface color to your wares. From throwing to unearthing, learn how to achieve the best results from the master, Sumi von Dassow. We’ll go over best clay and forms, secrets of terra sigillata and proper cleaning and care. You’ll get an insider peek at the unloading process and be ready to succeed in future firings! Ages: 16+ Instructor: Sumi von Dassow $25 Early registration price, $35 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1527-01 Sep 26 Sun 11am-noon WH

POTTERY PIT FIRING WORKSHOP

Challenge Level 3-5 Go underground to discover a whole new way to fire your pots! Work will be dropped off and fired by our instructor. Unloading takes place the following day. A $7 registration fee is required; the remaining balance will be due on the day of unloading and is based on the number and sizes of pots fired. Additional instructions will be on your receipt. Previous pottery experience required. Ages: 18+ Instructor: Sumi von Dassow $7 Initial registration price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1511-01 Sep 25 Sat 9am-noon WH 37A1511-02 Oct 23 Sat 9am-noon WH 37A1511-03 Nov 20 Sat 9am-noon WH 37A1511-04 Dec 4 Sat 9am-noon WH

SODA FIRING WORKSHOP

Challenge Level 3-5 Achieve a new range of texture and color by firing your pieces with sodium carbonate, which vaporizes in the kiln and settles on pieces below with great results! A $7 registration fee is required; the remaining balance is due on the day of unloading and based on the number and size of pots fired. Additional instructions will be on your receipt. Ages: 18+ Instructor: James McLellan $7 Initial registration price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1513-01 Oct 4 Mon noon-2pm WH 37A1513-02 Dec 6 Mon noon-2pm WH

COPPER & CRACKLE RAKU

Challenge Level 3-5 Try out glistening copper and crackle raku glazes in a fun and fast-moving workshop environment. Bring bisque ware to be fired round-robin style, with participants taking turns firing their work. A $7 registration fee is required; the remaining balance will be due on the day of unloading and is based on the number and size of pots fired. Additional instructions will be on your receipt. Previous pottery experience required. Ages: 18+ Instructor: Michael Bowe $7 Initial registration price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1521-01 Oct 24 Sun 10am-1pm WH


Arts & History WOODCARVING

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HOLIDAY WOODCARVING

Challenge Level 1-5 Learn to carve your own wooden tree ornaments, including Santa and snowmen. You will be guided through the project — starting from safety techniques to wood types, style, tools and painting. A $5 materials fee will be collected at the first class. Ages: 18+ Instructor: Joseph Sikora $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1606-01 Nov 13 Sat 10am-1pm WH

WOODCARVING FOR ALL

Challenge Level 1-5 Chip away at two exciting woodcarving projects designed for students of all levels. Learn the traditional art of European chip carving, relief carving and carving in the round. Instruction will include demonstrations, discussions of materials, techniques and tools and individualized coaching. Materials provided with an $8 materials fee collected at the first class (for new students only). Ages: 18+ Instructor: Joseph Sikora $80 Early registration price, $80 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A1607-01 Sept 29-Nov 3 Wed 3-5pm WH 37A1607-02 Sept 29-Nov 3 Wed 6:30-8:30pm WH 37A1607-03 Nov 10-Dec 22 Wed 3-5pm WH 37A1607-04 Nov 10-Dec 22 Wed 6:30-8:30pm WH (No Class Nov 24)

YOUTH YOUTH VISUAL ARTS

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CREATE WITH ME

Spend time together by creating! In this adult/child class, experience creativity that is sparked by ideas and processes in a way that is meaningful to the child. Students will build fine motor and decisionmaking skills while building self-esteem. Different art mediums will be explored each week such as painting, clay, collage, sensory and much more. Dress for the mess! Lessons do not repeat. Ages: 2-4 Instructor: HCA Staff $40 Early registration price, $45 Regular price *$31 Early registration price, $36 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y1601-01 Sep 13-Oct 11 Mon 9-9:45am LCC 37Y1601-02 Oct 18-Nov 15 Mon 9-9:45am LCC *37Y1601-03 Nov 29-Dec 20 Mon 9-9:45am LCC 37Y1601-04 Sep 7-Oct 5 Tue 9-9:45am LCC 37Y1601-05 Oct 12-Nov 9 Tue 9-9:45am LCC 37Y1601-06 Nov 16-Dec 21 Tue 9-9:45am LCC (No Class Nov 23)

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ART EXPLORERS

Children thrive through art! Our process-oriented instruction develops our art explorers to grow through creating and experimentation which builds self-confidence, hones fine motor skills and develop meaningful art experiences We will explore different materials, learn about artists and create art in different mediums. Children will have lots of messy fun! Lessons do not repeat. Ages: 3-5 Instructor: HCA Staff $40 Early registration price, $45 Regular price *$31 Early registration price, $36 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y1602-01 Sep 13-Oct 11 Mon 10-10:45am LCC 37Y1602-02 Oct 18-Nov 15 Mon 10-10:45am LCC *37Y1602-03 Nov 29-Dec 20 Mon 10-10:45am LCC 37Y1602-04 Sep 7-Oct 5 Tue 10-10:45am LCC 37Y1602-05 Oct 12-Nov 9 Tue 10-10:45am LCC 37Y1602-06 Nov 16-Dec 21 Tue 10-10:45am LCC (No Class Nov 23)

OPEN ART STUDIO

Budding artists will create drawings, paintings, prints, sculptures and much more! Students enjoy this self-directional and creative class with a theme focus while learning techniques, concepts, artists and different styles every week. Instructor gives individual attention and direction based on projects. All are welcome! Ages: 7-15 Instructor: Juana Martinez $55 Early registration price, $65 Regular price (5 weeks) *$42 Early registration price, $52 Regular price (4 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y1604-01 Sep 13-Oct 11 Mon 4-5:30pm LCC 37Y1604-02 Oct 18-Nov 15 Mon 4-5:30pm LCC *37Y1604-03 Nov 22-Dec 20 Mon 4-5:30pm LCC

DRAWING FOR YOUTH

Develop your artistic skills by exploring a variety of exciting drawing techniques with these theme focused sessions. Get plenty of practice creating line, texture and tones with pencil, charcoal, and pastels. All materials provided. Ages: 7-15 Instructor: Juana Martinez $55 Early registration price, $65 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y1101-01 Sep 7-Oct 5 Tue 4-5:30pm LCC 37Y1101-02 Oct 12-Nov 9 Tue 4-5:30pm LCC 37Y1101-03 Nov 16-Dec 21 Tue 4-5:30pm LCC (No Class Nov 23)

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Arts & History BEGINNING SEWING

Kids love to sew and is an excellent skill to know. Learn how to fix a hem, sew on a button and all sorts of different stitches. We will be starting with the basics of hand sewing and then move on to sewing on a sewing machine. Learn on ours or bring your own! Project options will be given, from making pillows, to stuffed animals, to bags and more. Ages: 6-15 Instructor: Holly Causey *$50 Early registration price, $60 Regular price (4 weeks) $65 Early registration price, $75 Regular price (5 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y1201-01 Sep 11-Oct 9 Sat 9-11am LCC 37Y1201-02 Oct 16-Nov 13 Sat 9-11am LCC *37Y1201-03 Nov 20-Dec 18 Sat 9-11am LCC

FUN WITH FABRIC: HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS

Join us for some fun, sewing-friendly workshops this holiday season! Projects are designed based on the themes below, and all materials are provided. Section 01: Stuffed Pumpkin, Section 02: Fall Pennant Banner, Section 03: Holiday Birds Ages: 6-15 Instructor: Holly Causey $25 Early registration price, $35 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y1206-01 Oct 9 Sat 11:30am-1:30pm LCC 37Y1206-02 Nov 6 Sat 11:30am-1:30pm LCC 37Y1206-03 Dec 4 Sat 11:30am-1:30pm LCC

TEEN ART NIGHT

PAINTING TECHNIQUES

Improve your artistic skills by exploring the elements of painting. Projects will cover a variety of concepts, including composition, shading, perspective, color theory and brush handling. We will focus each session on watercolors, acrylics, and experimental painting to make unique and personal works of art. All materials provided. All are welcome! Ages: 7-15 Instructor: Juana Martinez $55 Early registration price, $65 Regular price (5 weeks) *$42 Early registration price, $52 Regular price (4 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y1102-01 Sep 8-Oct 6 Wed 4-5:30pm LCC 37Y1102-02 Oct 13-Nov 10 Wed 4-5:30pm LCC *37Y1102-03 Nov 17-Dec 15 Wed 4-5:30pm LCC (No Class Nov 24)

DIGITAL ARTS

Experience art on a different level! On our provided iPads, students learn techniques to create incredible digital illustrations or simple stop motion animation clips with oil-based clay, paper and found objects. Ages: 7-15 Instructor: HCA Staff $42 Early registration price, $52 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc STOP MOTION 37Y1002-01 Sep 9-30 Thu 4-5:30pm LCC DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION 37Y1001-01 Oct 14-Nov 4 Thu 37Y1001-02 Nov 18- Dec 16 Thu (No Class Nov 25)

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LCC LCC

These fun and engaging studio nights provide students the materials, instruction and space to work on projects of their choosing. Different themes and mediums are explored that will nurture their creative and artistic voices. Ages: 13-17 Instructor: HCA Staff $25 Early registration price, $35 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y1605-01 Oct 15 Fri 6:30-9pm LCC 37Y1605-02 Nov 12 Fri 6:30-9pm LCC

ART STUDIO LAB

Create and share! Join us for fun-filled workshops throughout the season making art and memories with your friends. All levels welcome; no prior art experience needed. Projects are designed based on the subjects below. All materials provided. Section 01/02- Paint Pour Pumpkin/Canvas (pick up Mon 10/18), Section 03- Geometric Animal Painting, Section 04- Snow Globes. Ages: 7-15 Instructor: Juana Martinez $35 Early registration price, $45 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y1606-01 Oct 16 Sat noon-1pm LCC 37Y1606-02 Oct 16 Sat 2-3pm LCC 37Y1606-03 Nov 6 Sat 10am-noon LCC 37Y1606-04 Dec 11 Sat 10am-noon LCC


Arts & History YOUTH POTTERY

Information: 303-987-5436

MUD PUDDLES

Let’s play in the mud! Parents and young clay artists will work creatively to make unique clay pots and sculptures. Have some messy family fun working with shapes and color to building something special with your little ones. Please note: Registration price includes one child and one guardian. Ages: 3-10 Instructor: Christine O'Dea $70 Early registration price, $80 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y1502-01 Sep 13-Oct 4 Mon 1-2:30pm WH 37Y1502-02 Oct 18-Nov 8 Mon 1-2:30pm WH 37Y1502-03 Nov 22-Dec 13 Mon 1-2:30pm WH

MUDSLINGING

Get your hands dirty and have some fun with clay! Students will learn the basic skills of pottery and sculpture and be encouraged to explore threedimensional possibilities in a variety of creative projects. Kids should wear appropriate clothing. Materials provided. Ages: 6-9 Instructor: Christine O'Dea $75 Early registration price, $85 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y1503-01 Sep 7-Oct 12 Tue 4:30-6pm WH 37Y1503-02 Oct 26-Nov 30 Tue 4:30-6pm WH

KIDS CLAY ART

Take a spin around the amazing world of clay in this pottery and sculpture class. Have fun trying out many classic pottery techniques, including hand building, tile work, coiling, slab building and wheel throwing. Materials provided. Ages: 10-14 Instructor: Christine O'Dea $85 Early registration price, $95 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y1500-01 Sep 2-Oct 14 Thu 4:30-6pm WH 37Y1500-02 Oct 21-Dec 16 Thu 4:30-6pm WH (No Class Nov 11, Nov 25)

TEEN POTTERY AND SCULPTURE

Continuing young clay artists and teens new to the medium will dig into more challenging hand-built sculptures, throwing on the wheel and experimenting with various glazing techniques. Materials provided. Ages: 12-16 Instructor: Christine O'Dea $85 Early registration price, $95 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y1504-01 Sep 13-Oct 25 Mon 4:30-6pm WH 37Y1504-02 Nov 8-Dec 20 Mon 4:30-6pm WH

PARENT & CHILD CLAY NIGHT!

Bring your adult and spend an evening playing in clay together in this awesome family workshop. Take a whirl around the wheel, creating a clay keepsake and some great memories. Wear something you don’t mind getting dirty and have fun! Tools and clay provided. Price includes one child (ages 6-17) and one adult. No experience necessary. Ages: 6+ Instructor: Zoey Chapin $60 Early registration price, $70 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y1507-01 Nov 7 Sun 1-4pm WH

HISTORY TOURS

Information: 303-987-7098

HISTORIC BUILDING TOURS

Explore Lakewood's distinct past with a 60-minute guided tour of Heritage Lakewood historic buildings. Stroll through historic Belmar Park, once home of The Denver Post heiress May Bonfils Stanton, as you hear about life in early Lakewood. An experienced guide will lead you through the museum’s historic structures such as the 1930s farmhouse, the 1948 Valentine Diner and the 1920s Country School. Optional visit to Visitor Center Museum Exhibitions and Museum Store available at no additional charge. Adults: $5. Seniors (65+) $4. Youth (3-12) $3. Tuesday through Saturday appointments available. Please email stelue@lakewood.org with any special needs or accommodations. Activity # Date Day Time Loc HLBP Building Tours-02 Jan 1-Dec 31 Tue-Sat 10-11am HLBP HLBP Building Tours-03 Jan 1-Dec 31 Tue-Sat 1-2pm HLBP HLBP Building Tours-04 Jan 1-Dec 31 Tue-Sat 3-4pm HLBP

CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS SOAPMAKING

Have you ever wondered how to make soap at home? Explore supplies, different techniques and fun recipes in this class. You will take several pieces of handmade soap with you at the end! All supplies included in registration cost. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Katrina Hoing $50 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A5001-01 Sep 14 Tue 6-8pm HLBP

INTRODUCTION TO BLACKSMITHING

Join us for this introduction to the blacksmithing arts. Maintain a forge and make your own takeaway as you learn this exciting skill! Ages: 18+ Instructor: Jeff Race $80 Early registration price, $85 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A5201-01 Sep 18 Sat 10am-1pm HLBP

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Arts & History DIY BATH FIZZERS

Bath fizzers? How very! Take your baths to the next level by learning how to make these ever-popular fizzing bath pods. Each student will take home the totally cool bath fizzers they make! All supplies included in registration cost. Ages: 8+ Instructor: Katrina Hoing $30 Early registration price, $35 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37F5004-01 Oct 23 Sat 1-3pm HLBP

FLASHBACK CRAFTS

BLACKSMITHING II

Expand your knowledge of the blacksmithing arts in this exciting class! Builds upon skills learned in Introduction to Blacksmithing and create even more advanced works. Some previous blacksmithing experience recommended. Ages: 18+ Instructor: Jeff Race $95 Early registration price, $100 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A5202-01 Oct 23 Sat 10am-1pm HLBP

BLADESMITHING

Apply the skills learned from Introduction to Blacksmithing and Blacksmithing II to craft your own blacksmith frontier neck knife! Must have some prior blacksmithing experience. (Will need to sharpen at home.) Ages: 18+ Instructor: Jeff Race $105 Early registration price, $110 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A5203-01 Nov 13 Sat 10am-1pm HLBP

COPPERPLATE: ELEGANCE WITH THE POINTED PEN

Copperplate, a beautiful lettering style, sometimes known as English Roundhand, was perfected by European penmen during the 17th and 18th centuries. You will be introduced to skill building techniques as you explore and develop the alphabet in the beautiful copperplate lettering style. Learn how to mix a tried and true ink recipe, how to use stick ink, line your own guide sheets, experiment with color, and best of all begin to write beautifully using the pointed pen! Ages: 16+ Instructor: Renee Jorgensen $80 Early registration price, $85 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A6007-01 Sep 24-25 Fri,Sat 1-4pm HLBP

Put your own mark on groovy nostalgic crafts! Ages 10 and up. Perfect for kids, adults, and the whole family to create together! Virtual options may be available. Please email stelue@lakewood.org for details. • September 18 - Fall into Autumn. • October 23 - Pumpkin Patches. • November 20 - Holiday Happenin'. • December 18 - Snowbound Surprises. Ages: 8-13 $20 Early registration price, $25 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y5002-01 Sep 18 Sat 3:30-5:30pm HLBP 37Y5002-02 Oct 23 Sat 3:30-5:30pm HLBP

CIDER PRESSING

Calling all apples! Join us for a fun activity to celebrate harvest season. If you missed pressing apples during Cider Days, we will be pulling out our traditional, wooden apple presses and inviting folks for one last apple hurrah and to make their own cider! • One reservation is good for 20 minutes of pressing. • If you have more apples than you think you can press in 20 minutes, we advise you to sign up for a second time slot. • We can accommodate groups of up to six people per reservation. If your party is larger than six people, please make two separate reservations. $15 Early registration price, $20 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc HLBPCIDERPRESS-13 Oct 16 Sat 10-10:20am HLBP HLBPCIDERPRESS-14 Oct 16 Sat 10:30-10:50am HLBP HLBPCIDERPRESS-15 Oct 16 Sat 11-11:20am HLBP HLBPCIDERPRESS-16 Oct 16 Sat 11:30-11:50am HLBP HLBPCIDERPRESS-17 Oct 16 Sat noon-12:20pm HLBP HLBPCIDERPRESS-18 Oct 16 Sat 12:30-12:50pm HLBP HLBPCIDERPRESS-19 Oct 16 Sat 1-1:20pm HLBP HLBPCIDERPRESS-20 Oct 16 Sat 1:30-1:50pm HLBP HLBPCIDERPRESS-21 Oct 16 Sat 2-2:20pm HLBP HLBPCIDERPRESS-22 Oct 16 Sat 2:30-2:50pm HLBP HLBPCIDERPRESS-23 Oct 16 Sat 3-3:20pm HLBP HLBPCIDERPRESS-24 Oct 16 Sat 3:30-3:50pm HLBP HLBPCIDERPRESS-25 Oct 16 Sat 4-4:20pm HLBP HLBPCIDERPRESS-26 Oct 16 Sat 4:30-4:50pm HLBP

Are you a Lakewood resident in need of financial assistance with program fees? Apply for the Lakewood Possibilities Fund. Lakewood.org/LPF

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Arts & History LECTURES AND TEAS HISTORICAL LUNCHEON

Explore the beautiful and diverse architecture of Lakewood! Enjoy a delicious lunch and presentation for $20 or join us for the presentation only for $8. Virtual options may be available. Email stelue@lakewood.org for virtual options or dietary restrictions. $20 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37F6201-01 Nov 9 Tue noon-2pm LCC

HISTORY HAPPY HOUR

Join us as we explore exciting themes tied to Lakewood's exciting past! Virtual options available. Please email stelue@lakewood.org for details. • September 14 - Cider! - Brad Page, of the Colorado Cider Guild and Colorado Cider Company, quenches our thirst for knowledge of all things cider. • October 12 - Paranormal Investigation - Join paranormal podcaster, Tom Mensik, as he presents findings from a paranormal investigation conducted here at Heritage Lakewood. • December 14 - Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society - Learn how the history of the JCRS is intrinsically tied with the past and present of the area! $5 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37F6202-01 Sep 14 Tue 6-8pm HLBP 37F6202-02 Oct 19 Tue 6-8pm HLBP 37F6202-03 Dec 14 Tue 6-8pm HLBP

CRAFT-TEA

Join us for a fun craft or activity, followed by morning tea and a snack with your little one! Activities best suited for ages 3-12. $10 for ages 3-12. No charge for other attendees, but potential limit of one attendee per child to adhere to size limits and social distancing. Please call 303-9877850 or email stelue@lakewood.org for dietary restrictions. • September 18 - Autumn Leaves. • October 23 - Silly Spirits. • November 20 - Turkey Day. • December 18 - Winter Wonderland. Ages: 3-12 $10 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y5001-02 Sep 18 Sat 11am-noon HLBP 37Y5001-03 Oct 23 Sat 11am-noon HLBP 37Y5001-04 Nov 20 Sat 11am-noon HLBP

COFFEE AND CONNECTIONS

Join a Heritage Lakewood staff member for an informal conversation about a favorite photo, historic building or object from Lakewood’s collection of over 40,000 artifacts. Share fond memories over a cup of coffee in the Caretaker’s Cottage sunroom. No reservation required. Free, $5 suggested donation at the door. Third Tuesdays, 9-10 a.m. September 21, October 19, November 16

CONSERVATION CONVERSATIONS

Educational workshops led by Heritage Lakewood's curatorial staff held in the newly renovated, historic Caretaker's Cottage! Work with and learn from expert researchers as we utilize museum caliber resources as we explore a variety of historical topics. Join us in 2021 as we explore the exciting field of genealogy! • October 5 - Introduction to Resource List and Ancestry.com. • November 2 - Case Study: Researching a Local Lakewood Family. • December 7 - Crafting a Beautiful Family Tree with a Colorado Artist. $15 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37F6203-01 Oct 5 Tue 6-8pm HLBP 37F6203-02 Nov 10 Tue 6-8pm HLBP 37F6203-03 Dec 7 Tue 6-8pm HLBP

CAR NO. 25 RIDES (BY RESERVATION ONLY)

It will be quite a ride as we break out Lakewood’s historic Car No. 25! Cruise in style on this beautifully refurbished piece of local history. Event is by reservation only and will take place at the Denver Federal Center, Building No. 78, Gate 1. Present government issued photo I.D. for entry. Event is free of charge and by reservation only. Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37F6501-13 Sep 18 Sat 1-1:30pm HLBP 37F6501-14 Sep 18 Sat 1:30-2pm HLBP 37F6501-15 Sep 18 Sat 2-2:30pm HLBP 37F6501-16 Sep 18 Sat 2:30-3pm HLBP 37F6501-17 Sep 18 Sat 3-3:30pm HLBP 37F6501-18 Sep 18 Sat 3:30-4pm HLBP

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Camps

FALL AND WINTER BREAK ARTS CAMPS

Information: 303-987-7845

BUILD YOUR OWN SKATEBOARD WORKSHOP

Skateboarding has a rich history in Colorado. Make your own skateboarding history as you craft your own skateboard in this hands-on workshop! Work with instructors as your build a board, apply grip tape and even create your own graphics! Skate off into history on your one-of-a-kind skateboard! Ages: 11-15 $115 Early registration price, $125 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y5004-01 Oct 8 Fri 9am-4pm HLBP

CREATE ART! FALL/WINTER BREAK

When school is out, art is in! Students will work on age-appropriate projects including drawing, painting, sculpture, collage and more. Join us for our scheduled individual days or for all week! A one-hour supervised lunch break is included. Morning Studio and Late Studio can be added for an extra fee for parents who need a bit of extra time. Students will need to bring their own lunch, snacks and water. Ages: 5-15 $60 Early registration price, $70 Regular price *$230 Early registration price, $240 Regular price (week-long) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37C1602-01 Oct 7 Thu 9am-4pm LCC 37C1602-02 Oct 8 Fri 9am-4pm LCC 37C1602-03 Nov 22 Mon 9am-4pm LCC 37C1602-04 Nov 23 Tue 9am-4pm LCC 37C1602-05 Nov 24 Wed 9am-4pm LCC 37C1602-06 Dec 22 Wed 9am-4pm LCC 37C1602-07 Dec 23 Thu 9am-4pm LCC *37C1602-08 Dec 27-30 Mon-Thu 9am-4pm LCC 17C1602-01 Jan 3 Mon 9am-4pm LCC 17C1602-02 Jan 4 Tue 9am-4pm LCC 17C1602-03 Jan 5 Wed 9am-4pm LCC

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DANCE FALL BREAK WORKSHOP

Come and join this fun and unique dance camp. Each day will offer a different dance style and art-themed activity. Styles we will explore: ballet, hip hop, jazz, tap, belly dance, improvisation, and hip hop. The camp schedule allows you to create the perfect combination for everyone. Join us for our scheduled individual days or for all week! A one hour supervised lunch break is included. Morning Studio and Late Studio can be added for an extra fee for parents who need a bit of extra time. Students will need to bring their own lunch, snacks, and water. Ages: 7-15 $60 Early registration price, $70 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37C2301-01 Nov 22 Mon 9am-4pm LCC 37C2301-02 Nov 23 Tue 9am-4pm LCC 37C2301-03 Nov 24 Wed 9am-4pm LCC

BALLERINAS AND CAVALIERS DANCE WORKSHOP

Explore the enchanting and enriching world of ballets. Emphasis will be on movement and shapes that will teach dancers the love of dance and performing arts through creative play and dress-up. These fun-filled days consist of dance and craft time. Come for one day or all week! Please bring a healthy snack and bottled water. Lessons never repeat. Ages: 4-7 $30 Early registration price, $40 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37C2001-01 Nov 22 Mon 9am-noon LCC 37C2001-02 Nov 23 Tue 9am-noon LCC 37C2001-03 Nov 24 Wed 9am-noon LCC


Camps SUPERHERO DANCE WORKSHOP

If your little one enjoys jumping, rolling, kicking and tumbling then this is the camp for them! Our superheroes-in-training will learn rhythm, while adding fun dance games and movement sequences to superhero theme songs. These fun-filled days consist of dance and craft time. Come for one-day or all week! Please bring a healthy snack and bottled water. Lessons never repeat. Ages: 4-7 $30 Early registration price, $40 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37C2602-01 Nov 22 Mon 1-4pm LCC 37C2602-02 Nov 23 Tue 1-4pm LCC 37C2602-03 Nov 24 Wed 1-4pm LCC

HCA FALL/WINTER BREAK MORNING STUDIO

These studios provide extended, supervised fun and activities beyond camp time. Only available with Heritage, Culture & the Arts (HCA) camps including art and dance. No drop-ins are available at this time. Pre-registration is required. Ages: 5-15 $5 *$20 (week-long) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37C1603-01 Oct 7 Thu 8-9am LCC 37C1603-02 Oct 8 Fri 8-9am LCC 37C1603-03 Nov 22 Mon 8-9am LCC 37C1603-04 Nov 23 Tue 8-9am LCC 37C1603-05 Nov 24 Wed 8-9am LCC 37C1603-06 Dec 22 Wed 8-9am LCC 37C1603-07 Dec 23 Thu 8-9am LCC *37C1603-08 Dec 27-31 Mon-Fri 8-9am LCC 17C1603-01 Jan 3 Mon 8-9am LCC 17C1603-02 Jan 4 Tue 8-9am LCC 17C1603-03 Jan 5 Wed 8-9am LCC

FALL AND WINTER BREAK SPORTS CAMPS FALL CHALLENGE CAMP

Kids will engage in daily themed adventures utilizing the Link climbing wall, gymnastics equipment, and ninja obstacle courses. Ages: 5-12 $75 Resident, $90 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc Fall Camp-31 Nov 22-24 Mon-Wed 9am-noon LINK

WINTER CHALLENGE CAMP

Kids will engage in daily themed adventures utilizing the Link climbing wall, gymnastics equipment, and ninja obstacle courses. Ages: 5-12 $100 Resident, $120 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc Winter Camp-31 Dec 27-30 Mon-Thu 9am-noon LINK

HCA FALL/WINTER BREAK LATE STUDIO

These studios provide extended, supervised fun and activities beyond camp time. Only available with Heritage, Culture & the Arts (HCA) camps including art and dance. No drop-ins are available at this time. Pre-registration is required. Ages: 5-15 $5 *$20 (week-long) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37C1605-01 Oct 7 Thu 4-5pm LCC 37C1605-02 Oct 8 Fri 4-5pm LCC 37C1605-03 Nov 22 Mon 4-5pm LCC 37C1605-04 Nov 23 Tue 4-5pm LCC 37C1605-05 Nov 24 Wed 4-5pm LCC 37C1605-06 Dec 22 Wed 4-5pm LCC 37C1605-07 Dec 23 Thu 4-5pm LCC *37C1605-08 Dec 27-31 Mon-Fri 4-5pm LCC 17C1605-01 Jan 3 Mon 4-5pm LCC 17C1605-02 Jan 4 Tue 4-5pm LCC 17C1605-03 Jan 5 Wed 4-5pm LCC

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Dance BALLET: OPEN LEVEL

Whether you are looking to start or want to start again, this class offers a wonderful and fun environment to develop strength, agility, flexibility and fluidity of movement. Steps are practiced in classical and contemporary combinations at the barre, in the center and across the floor. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Jessica Riggs $55 Early registration price, $65 Regular price *$13 One-day workshop Include V for Virtual Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A(V)2001-01 Sep 7-Oct 5 Tue 6-7:30pm LCC 37A(V)2001-02 Oct 12-Nov 9 Tue 6-7:30pm LCC 37A(V)2001-03 Nov 16-Dec 14 Tue 6-7:30pm LCC 37A(V)2001-04 Sep 10-Oct 8 Fri 10:30am-noon LCC 37A(V)2001-05 Oct 15-Nov 12 Fri 10:30am-noon LCC 37A(V)2001-06 Nov 19-Dec 17 Fri 10:30am-noon LCC *37A(V)2001-07 Dec 21 Tue 6-7:30pm LCC *37A(V)2001-08 Dec 28 Tue 6-7:30pm LCC *37A(V)2001-09 Dec 31 Fri 10:30am-noon LCC (No Class Nov 26)

BALLROOM: LATIN BEGINNERS

EARLY REGISTRATION PRICING for arts and dance programming begins July 29 and continues to seven days prior to the first day of the program. REGULAR PRICING begins six days prior to the first day of the program.

TEEN & ADULT DANCE Information: 303-987-7845

Classes are for ages 13 and up, unless otherwise noted. DROP-IN: All classes are registration classes with a drop-in option for those who can only participate when their schedule permits. Drop-in fee is $12 for a one-hour class, $15 for a 1.5-hour class. For classes in which a partner is required, price is per person. PRIVATE DANCE INSTRUCTION: Private dance instruction is available by appointment. Book a single, three or five-lesson package in the dance of your choice. Wedding dance instruction is also offered using the couple’s chosen music. A couple's wedding dance can be choreographed for an additional set fee. Email NatRen@Lakewood.org for pricing and information.

BALLET: BASICS FOR ADULTS

Have you always wanted to attend a ballet class but felt nervous? Fret not! Designed for adults with absolutely no prior training, this class will gently guide you through positions, posture and balance. Learn foundational steps that will carry you through to the next level and every other type of style. Best of all, it's a great workout! Ages: 16+ Instructor: Jessica Riggs $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A2002-01 Sep 8-Oct 6 Wed 8-9pm LCC 37A2002-02 Oct 13-Nov 10 Wed 8-9pm LCC 37A2002-03 Nov 17-Dec 22 Wed 8-9pm LCC (No Class Nov 24)

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Learn these nightclub styles while enjoying the exciting Latin rhythms! Rumba, sometimes called the dance of love, is danced to romantic music and has origins in Afro-Cuban folk dance. Cha Cha is a lively, fun, cheeky and playful dance. It emphasizes Cuban motion, distinguished by the chasses (cha-cha-cha). Tango evolved in the dance halls of Buenos Aires and has become a favorite to dance. Dance shoes recommended. Partner required. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Dianne Losasso $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc RUMBA 37A2302-01 Sep 8-Oct 6 Wed 8-9pm LCC CHA CHA 37A2302-02

Oct 13-Nov 10 Wed

8-9pm

LCC

ARGENTINE TANGO 37A2302-03 Nov 17-Dec 22 Wed (No Class Nov 24)

8-9pm

LCC

BALLROOM: STANDARD

Here's your chance to learn the basics of three ballroom dances and swing in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. You'll be dancing the fox trot, waltz, American tango and west coast swing, each in its own five-week session, to a variety of old favorites and contemporary music. Dance shoes or leather soles are suggested. Partner required. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Dianne Losasso $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc FOX TROT 37A2301-01 Sep 8-Oct 6 Wed 7-8pm LCC WALTZ 37A2301-02

Oct 13-Nov 10 Wed

7-8pm

LCC

AMERICAN TANGO 37A2301-03 Nov 17-Dec 22 Wed (No Class Nov 24)

7-8pm

LCC


Dance BELLY DANCE: BEGINNING

Learn the basics of this fun, international dance form (posture, isolations, basic steps, easy combos) while increasing core strength, coordination and fluidity. Classic body movements of the hips, ribcage, arm and hands are covered. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Dianne Losasso $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A2401-01 Sep 9-Oct 7 Thu 8-9pm LCC 37A2401-02 Oct 14-Nov 4 Thu 8-9pm LCC 37A2401-03 Nov 18-Dec 16 Thu 8-9pm LCC (No Class Nov 25)

BELLY DANCE: INTERMEDIATE/CONTINUING

Complex moves are introduced such as layering, zills, veil techniques and combinations. Technique is emphasized that can increase core strength, flexibility, grace and self-esteem. Get in touch with your sensuality and experience freedom to express yourself through natural feminine movements. Hip scarf and jazz or ballet shoes recommended. Ages: 18+ Instructor: Dianne Losasso $55 Early registration price, $65 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A2402-01 Sep 9-Oct 7 Thu 7-8pm LCC 37A2402-02 Oct 14-Nov 4 Thu 7-8pm LCC 37A2402-03 Nov 18-Dec 16 Thu 7-8pm LCC (No Class Nov 25)

JAZZ: BASICS FOR ADULTS

If you want to get back into dancing or are a first-time mover, this is the class for you! Jazz dance includes strength, flexibility, conditioning and progressions. Students will learn the art of jazz in its entirety from old school to new styles. As well as choreography to popular music of today along with vintage styles of jazz from past decades. Ages: 13+ Instructor: Dana Wasielewski $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A2201-01 Sep 8-Oct 6 Wed 6-7pm LCC 37A2201-02 Oct 13-Nov 10 Wed 6-7pm LCC 37A2201-03 Nov 17-Dec 22 Wed 6-7pm LCC (No Class Nov 24)

JAZZ: BROADWAY MUSICALS

Get your jazz hands ready for this show-stopping experience! Students go through warm-up, isolations and across the floor exercises receiving technique important to safe and correct execution seen in musicals. This class is great for music theater enthusiasts and students who are currently in productions. Ages: 13+ Instructor: Kathryn Dudley $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A2203-01 Sep 13-Oct 11 Mon 6-7pm LCC 37A2203-02 Oct 18-Nov 15 Mon 6-7pm LCC 37A2203-03 Nov 22-Dec 20 Mon 6-7pm LCC

TAP: BEGINNING

Step-shuffle-ball-change your way to the Lakewood Cultural Center! This class is an introduction to the principles of tap dance technique in a fun and relaxed environment. Students learn the fundamental steps of tap dance, including basic movements performed across the floor and simple rhythmic combinations in center. Ages: 13+ Instructor: Jessica Riggs $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price *$11 One-day workshop Include V for Virtual Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A(V)2101-01 Sep 7-Oct 5 Tue 7:30-8:30pm LCC 37A(V)2101-02 Oct 12-Nov 9 Tue 7:30-8:30pm LCC 37A(V)2101-03 Nov 16-Dec 14 Tue 7:30-8:30pm LCC *37A(V)2101-04 Dec 21 Tue 7:30-8:30pm LCC *37A(V)2101-05 Dec 28 Tue 7:30-8:30pm LCC

TAP: BEGINNING/INTERMEDIATE

This class is ideal for those who have tapped for 2-3 years and are ready to tap their way into intermediate footwork. Students will learn intermediate-level vocabulary, technique, progressions, rhythms and short routines in a fun and relaxed environment. Experience is recommended for this level. Ages: 16+ Instructor: Jessica Riggs $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Include V for Virtual Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A(V)2103-01 Sep 8-Oct 6 Wed 7-8pm LCC 37A(V)2103-02 Oct 13-Nov 10 Wed 7-8pm LCC 37A(V)2103-03 Nov 17-Dec 22 Wed 7-8pm LCC 37A(V)2103-04 Dec 29 Wed 7-8pm LCC (No Class Nov 24)

TAP: INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED

This class is ideal for those who have tapped, want to brush up on their skills and advance to more complex steps. Students will learn intermediate-level vocabulary, technique, progressions, rhythms and short routines in a fun and relaxed environment. Prior experience is recommended for this level. Ages: 18+ Instructor: Jessica Riggs $55 Early registration price, $65 Regular price *$13 One-day workshop Include V for Virtual Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37A(V)2102-01 Sep 7-Oct 5 Tue 8:30-9:30pm LCC 37A(V)2102-02 Oct 12-Nov 9 Tue 8:30-9:30pm LCC 37A(V)2102-03 Nov 16-Dec 14 Tue 8:30-9:30pm LCC *37A(V)2102-04 Dec 21 Tue 8:30-9:30pm LCC *37A(V)2102-05 Dec 28 Tue 8:30-9:30pm LCC (No Class Nov 24)

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Dance MODERN/CONTEMPORARY: OPEN LEVEL

Looking for a more expansive and grounded way to move? Connect with the floor and the space around you while developing body awareness and strength. Classes focus on floor work and technique exercises culminating in a fun movement combination at the end of each class. No experience necessary. Ages: 13+ Instructor: Jessica Riggs $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Include V for Virtual Activity # Date Day Time Loc BEGINNER LEVEL 37A(V)2701-01 37A(V)2701-02 37A(V)2701-03

Sep 9-Oct 7 Thu Oct 14-Nov 4 Thu Nov 18-Dec 16 Thu

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 37A(V)2701-04 Sep 9-Oct 7 Thu 37A(V)2701-05 Oct 14-Nov 4 Thu 37A(V)2701-06 Nov 18-Dec 16 Thu (No Class Nov 25)

7-8pm 7-8pm 7-8pm 8-9pm 8-9pm 8-9pm

LCC LCC LCC LCC LCC LCC

YOUTH YOUTH DANCE

Information: 303-987-7845 Required Attire for Youth Dance: Leotard and tights (girls), sweatpants/shorts and T-shirt (boys), athletic/jazz pants and tank top (jazz and hip hop). Required Footwear for Youth Dance: Ballet slippers (leather, not satin or house; pink or white for girls, black for boys), tennis shoes, jazz shoes, tap shoes or bare feet depending on class (no flip flops, street shoes or socks) Required Age: Students must meet minimum age requirement before class start date.

DANCE WITH ME

This class is an excellent introduction to the world of dance. A creative movement class designed for child and parent/caregiver to enhance gross motor coordination and listening skills through music, props and dance. Please have your child wear comfortable clothing that they will not trip in. Ages: 1.5-2 Instructor: Amy Novak $45 Early registration price, $55 Regular price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2301-01 Sep 7-Oct 5 Tue 9-9:45am LCC 37Y2301-02 Oct 12-Nov 9 Tue 9-9:45am LCC 37Y2301-03 Nov 16-Dec 14 Tue 9-9:45am LCC 37Y2301-04 Sep 9-Oct 7 Thu 9-9:45am LCC 37Y2301-05 Oct 14-Nov 4 Thu 9-9:45am LCC 37Y2301-06 Nov 18-Dec 16 Thu 9-9:45am LCC (No Class Nov 23, 25)

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HOLIDAY SHOWCASE – SAVE THE DATE

The Holiday Showcase will be December 19, 2021, at Link Recreation Center. More information will come once classes start. Free for parents and family to attend. Time will be approximately between 1-4 p.m. LCC DANCE PROGRAM INFORMATION Students will be accepted up until the third meeting day of class. Please note, we will not be able to prorate any classes. Students will work on technique, dance vocabulary, flexibility, strength and preparing the body and mind in the first half of the semester. Then, focus will shift to concentrate on musicality, interpretation, rhythm and choreography. This will help the student to learn in a steady paced environment. Payment for the semester can be made all at once or in two payments. Second payment will be processed October 23, 2021.

CREATIVE MOVEMENT

This class provides dancers with an introduction to movement and music while learning teamwork and showmanship in a positive and nurturing environment. Lessons include exercises for learning basic rhythms, patterns and using imagination. Ages: 3-5 Instructor: Amy Novak (Tue, Thu), Carley Jadrich (Sat) $140 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2001-01 Sep 7-Dec 14 Tue 10-10:45am LCC 37Y2001-02 Sep 9-Dec 16 Thu 10-10:45am LCC 37Y2001-03 Sep 11-Dec 18 Sat 9-9:45am LCC (No Class Nov 11, 23, 25, 27)

PRE BALLET I

Building on elements from Creative Movement, this class will teach basic ballet positions, terminology, awareness of patterns and coordination through music in a lively and engaging environment. Ages: 5-6 Instructor: Carley Jadrich (Thu, Sat), Amy Novak (Fri) $140 Regular Price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2002-01 Sep 9-Dec 16 Thu 5-6pm LCC 37Y2002-02 Sep 10-Dec 17 Fri 4-5pm LCC 37Y2002-03 Sep 11-Dec 18 Sat 9:45-10:45am LCC (No Class Nov 11, 25, 26, 27)

PRE BALLET II

Building on elements from Pre Ballet I, this class will teach basic ballet position, terminology, awareness of patterns and coordination through music in a lively and engaging environment. Prerequisite: One year Pre Ballet I or instructor recommendation. Ages: 6.5-7 Instructor: Amy Novak (Fri), Carley Jadrich (Sat) $140 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2003-01 Sep 10-Dec 17 Fri 5-6pm LCC 37Y2003-02 Sep 11-Dec 18 Sat 10:45-11:45am LCC (No Class Nov 26, 27)


Dance BALLET LEVEL I

Terminology and movement are introduced while body placement, flexibility, balance, alignment, strength and classic ballet technique are developed through barre and center floor work. Dancers will learn basic ballet steps by practicing them at the barre, moving across the floor, and in short combinations. Youth seeking placement into Ballet Level II may use Ballet Level I as their placement assessment. Ages: 8-12 Instructor: HCA Staff $140 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2004-01 Sep 7-Dec 14 Tue 4-5pm LCC (No Class Nov 23)

BALLET LEVEL II

Young dancers with prior experience will continue to learn terminology and movement while body placement, flexibility, balance, alignment, strength and classic ballet technique are developed through barre and floor work. Combinations will be expanded to further prepare dancers for more advanced movements. Prerequisite: at least one year of Ballet Level I or instructor permission. Ages: 10-15 Instructor: HCA Staff $140 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2005-01 Sep 7-Dec 14 Tue 5-6pm LCC (No Class Nov 23)

BALLET LEVEL III

Young dancers with a good handle on ballet basics will learn more advanced terminology and ballet technique while working on fluidity of movement through barre and center floor work. Additional attention will be placed on more complex across the floor and center combinations. Prerequisite: at least one year of Ballet II and/or instructor permission. Class will continue straight into Pre-Pointe/Strengthening for those enrolled. This class is skill-based, not age-based. It is recommended that dancers at this level take ballet twice a week, with a choice of Ballet Level II or Ballet for Teens. Ages: 11-17 Instructor: Jessica Riggs $175 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2006-01 Sep 8-Dec 15 Wed 5-6:15pm LCC (No Class Nov 24)

PRE POINTE/POINTE

This class focuses on proper mechanics to get on pointe and students on pointe. Students work on increasing flexibility strengthening the core, turnout, legs, back and upper body posture. Ballet pointe vocabulary and developing personal artistry and expression are also emphasized. Registration requirement: enrollment in Ballet Level III. Ages: 11-17 Instructor: Jessica Riggs $70 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2008-01 Sep 8-Dec 15 Wed 6:15-7pm LCC (No Class Nov 24)

BALLET FOR TEENS

This class is perfect for students who have little to no experience in ballet technique classes. Class focuses on learning basic ballet vocabulary and footwork through barre, center, and across the floor exercises. Students taking this class can progress into Ballet II, III or Adult Ballet: Open Level depending on instructor permission. Ages: 13-17 Instructor: Jessica Riggs $140 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2007-01 Sep 9-Dec 16 Thu 6-7pm LCC (No Class Nov 11, 25)

PRE HIP HOP

This funky, age appropriate hip hop class is geared toward teaching rhythm, while adding fun dance games and movement sequences to music. Ages: 3-5 Instructor: Dana Wasielewski $140 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2601-01 Sep 7-Dec 14 Tue 4-5pm LCC (No Class Nov 22)

HIP HOP I

This class introduces dancers to tumbling and hip hop through exercises and movement as they learn to control their balance and coordination. All levels welcome. It is highly recommended to begin with this class even with previous experience in other styles. House style is emphasized in this class. Ages: 6-12 Instructor: Anthony Morales $140 Regular Price Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2602-01 Sep 13-Dec 13 Mon 5-6pm LCC 37Y2602-02 Sep 10-Dec 17 Fri 4-5pm LCC (No Class Nov 22, 26)

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Dance HIP HOP II

JAZZ LEVEL I

This class builds upon the skills learned from Hip Hop I and developing vocabulary, body awareness and musicality. Students will also develop confidence and teamwork and grow skills into more difficult moves and combinations. Prerequisite: One year of Hip Hop I or instructor recommendation. Ages: 8-14 Instructor: Anthony Morales $140 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2603-01 Sep 13-Dec 13 Mon 6-7pm LCC 37Y2603-02 Sep 10-Dec 17 Fri 5-6pm LCC (No Class Nov 22, 26)

Jazz dance includes strength, flexibility, conditioning technique and progressions including turns, kicks and leaps. In this class, students also learn many fun and trendy dance steps that are used for all forms of dance. Students will learn choreography to popular and age appropriate music of today along with vintage styles of jazz from past decades. Ages: 8-12 Instructor: Dana Wasielewski $140 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2204-01 Sep 8-Dec 15 Wed 5-6pm LCC (No Class Nov 24)

HULA HOOP I

This combination class will introduce fundamental ballet positions while students learn rhythms, patterns, tap steps and choreography. All participants must have tap shoes for safety while learning tap steps. Ages: 4-6 Instructor: Carley Jadrich $140 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2101-01 Sep 9-Dec 16 Thu 4-5pm LCC (No Class Nov 11, 25)

Hula hooping increases stamina, tones muscles, improves balance and releases stress. In addition to this fun workout, we will be reviewing terminology and moves, playing theatrical games, memorizing choreography and working on finding each dancer’s unique expression through the art of hoop dance. This class is for all skill levels, and all are welcome! Ages: 5-15 Instructor: Ana Cruz $140 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2303-01 Sep 7-Dec 14 Tue 5-6pm LCC (No Class Nov 23)

HULA HOOP II

This class builds upon the skills learned from Hula Hoop I, increases stamina, tones muscles, improves balance and releases stress. In addition, we will be reviewing terminology and moves, playing theatrical games, memorizing choreography and working on finding each dancer’s unique expression through the art of hoop dance. Ages: 7-15 Instructor: Ana Cruz $140 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2304-01 Sep 7-Dec 14 Tue 6-7pm LCC (No Class Nov 23)

JAZZ/BALLET

This combination class is a great way to learn two styles! Jazz offers students the opportunity to explore more rhythmic styles of movement, while ballet forms the basis of dance technique that allows students to grow into strong dancers. This duel-styled class gives students the opportunity to focus on both technique and style to become more well-rounded dancers. Ages: 7-9 Instructor: Kathryn Dudley (Mon), Dana Wasielewski (Wed) $140 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2202-01 Sep 13-Dec 13 Mon 5-6pm LCC 37Y2202-02 Sep 8-Dec 15 Wed 4-5pm LCC (No Class Nov 22, 24)

PRE TAP/PRE BALLET COMBO

TAP I

Using warm-ups, movement across the floor and short combinations, students will learn how to use their shoes to create a variety of different sounds, how to count music and the basic movements that are the building blocks of the dance form. Class is for students with little or no tap experience. Ages: 6-9 Instructor: Kathryn Dudley $140 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2102-01 Sep 13-Dec 13 Mon 4-5pm LCC (No Class Nov 22)

TAP II

Using warm-ups, movements across the floor, and more complex center combinations, students will build upon their tap skills to learn additional vocabulary, tap step progressions and rhythmic patterns. Class is for students with some tap experience. Prerequisite: at least one year of Tap I or instructor permission. Ages: 9-12 Instructor: Jessica Riggs $140 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 37Y2103-01 Sep 8-Dec 15 Wed 4-5pm LCC (No Class Nov 24)

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Fitness & Wellness MIND BODY CLASSES

Information: 720-963-5366 Ages: 14+

CHALLENGE LEVELS 1 .............. 2 .............. 3 Basic moves Conversational pace

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Basic + challenging moves Increased pace

4

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5

Challenging moves Challenging pace

BABY AND ME YOGA

Challenge Level 1-2 Designed for new moms and their babies age 6 weeks to pre-walkers, this class will focus on postpartum recovery, developing strength and flexibility and offers calming techniques for both mother and child. $63 Resident, $72 Nonresident *$53 Resident, $62 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322500-01 Sep 12-Oct 24 Sun 10-11am GMRC *322500-02 Oct 31-Dec 12 Sun 10-11am GMRC

BEGINNER YOGA

Challenge Level 1-2 This class focuses on basic postures, breath and meditation to help you develop strength and understanding of the fundamentals of yoga. It is appropriate for those brand new or returning to yoga, but not for those with serious illness or injury. $63 Resident, $72 Nonresident *$53 Resident, $62 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322505-01 Sep 16-Oct 28 Thu 5:30-6:30pm CARM 322505-02 Sep 17-Oct 29 Fri 8:45-9:45am CARM *322505-03 Nov 4-Dec 16 Thu 5:30-6:30pm CARM *322505-04 Nov 5-Dec 17 Fri 8:45-9:45am CARM

BEYOND BASIC ESSENTRICS

Challenge Level 2-5 This workshop is for those that have taken Essential Essentrics Basics (Activity #322600) or have been approved by Ellen Thompson. We will explore the techniques of pulling in and pulling up with the core, and pulling out with the limbs to decompress the joints, resulting in pain relief and improved range of motion. We will practice both relaxation and resistance to increase strength and flexibility of the entire body to enhance posture and balance. Emphasis will be on improving the quality of the movements. 62 & under: $36 Resident, $42 Nonresident 63+ or IBM: $32 Resident, $37 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322601-01 Oct 11-Nov 1 Mon 2:15-3:15pm CARM 322601-02 Nov 8-Dec 6 Mon 2:15-3:15pm CARM

BREATHE AND FLOW YOGA

Challenge Level 2-4 Taught in Vinyasa style, this class will move from pose to pose through the connection of breath and body. This class includes opportunities for pranayama (breath control) and meditation. All levels are welcome, but participants should be able to do forward folds. $69 Resident, $79 Nonresident *$59 Resident, $69 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322511-01 Sep 13-Oct 25 Mon 5:30-6:45pm CARM 322511-02 Sep 14-Oct 26 Tue 9:15-10:30am CARM 322511-04 Sep 16-Oct 28 Thu 9:15-10:30am CARM 322511-05 Sep 18-Oct 30 Sat 9:15-10:30am CARM *322511-06 Nov 1-Dec 13 Mon 5:30-6:45pm CARM *322511-07 Nov 2-Dec 14 Tue 9:15-10:30am CARM *322511-09 Nov 4-Dec 16 Thu 9:15-10:30am CARM *322511-10 Nov 6-Dec 18 Sat 9:15-10:30am CARM ADVANCED 322511-03 *322511-08

Sep 14-Oct 26 Tue Nov 2-Dec 14 Tue

5:45-7pm 5:45-7pm

CARM CARM

ESSENTIAL ESSENTRICS BASICS

Challenge Level 1-3 If you are new to Essentrics or are looking to reinforce your basic Essentrics skills, this is the class for you! We will dive into the core Essentrics movements and positional techniques, focusing on proper form and alignment to prevent injury and help achieve a successful experience in all your Essentrics classes for all mobility levels. 62 & under: $36 Resident, $42 Nonresident 63+ or IBM: $32 Resident, $37 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322600-01 Sep 13-Oct 4 Mon 1-2pm CARM 322600-02 Oct 11-Nov 1 Mon 1-2pm CARM 322600-03 Nov 8-Dec 6 Mon 1-2pm CARM

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Fitness & Wellness

GENTLE YOGA

Challenge Level 2-3 Linking Hatha yoga poses with breath brings awareness of mind, body and spirit, allowing you to improve your physical and mental well-being. This is a slower paced class. $69 Resident, $79 Nonresident *$75 Resident, $86 Nonresident **$59 Resident, $69 Nonresident (6 weeks) ***$63 Resident, $72 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc *322510-01 Sep 13-Oct 25 Mon 10:15-11:45am CARM 322510-02 Sep 14-Oct 26 Tue 10:45am-noon CARM 322510-03 Sep 15-Oct 27 Wed 10:30-11:45am CARM 322510-04 Sep 17-Oct 29 Fri 10:45am-noon LINK ***322510-05 Nov 1-Dec 13 Mon 10:15-11:45am CARM **322510-06 Nov 2-Dec 14 Tue 10:45am-noon CARM **322510-07 Nov 3-Dec 15 Wed 10:30-11:45am CARM **322510-08 Nov 5-Dec 17 Fri 10:45am-noon LINK

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MAT PILATES

Challenge Level 2-4 Mat Pilates offers a system of conditioning, core-strengthening and stretching to develop lean muscles, balance, strength and flexibility. It promotes the mind-body connection, greater concentration and improves posture. $63 Resident, $72 Nonresident *$53 Resident, $62 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322207-01 Sep 14-Oct 26 Tue 5:30-6:30pm GMRC 322207-02 Sep 16-Oct 28 Thu 6-7am CARM *322207-03 Nov 2-Dec 14 Tue 5:30-6:30pm GMRC *322207-04 Nov 4-Dec 16 Thu 6-7am CARM VIRTUAL Activity # Date Day 322V207-01 Sep 15-Oct 27 Wed *322V207-02 Nov 3-Dec 15 Wed

Time 8-9am 8-9am

Loc ZOOM ZOOM


Fitness & Wellness CHALLENGE LEVELS 1 .............. 2 .............. 3 Basic moves Conversational pace

PILATES REFORMER RX

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Basic + challenging moves Increased pace

4

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5

Challenging moves Challenging pace

PARENT AND TOT YOGA

Challenge Level 1-2 Bring your little one and share fun partner poses, movement, play and song. Everyone involved will benefit from the body awareness and intentional movement and thought that yoga provides, all in an atmosphere of community and shared experience. This class is for an adult caregiver that is walking through 5 years old. $47 Resident, $54 Nonresident *$40 Resident, $47 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322519-01 Sep 12-Oct 24 Sun 9-9:45am GMRC *322519-02 Oct 31-Dec 12 Sun 9-9:45am GMRC

PILATES REFORMER

Challenge Level 2-4 The Reformer integrates the resistance of springs and your natural core strength on a moving surface to improve the overall functioning of your body. The series of non-impact exercise will increase strength, flexibility, balance and inner awareness of your body. For Senior Pilates see page 50. $115 Resident, $135 Nonresident *$99 Resident, $119 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322203-01 Sep 13-Oct 25 Mon 7-8am CARM 322203-02 Sep 13-Oct 25 Mon 8:15-9:15am CARM 322203-03 Sep 13-Oct 25 Mon 9:30-10:30am CARM 322203-04 Sep 13-Oct 25 Mon 3-4pm CARM 322203-05 Sep 13-Oct 25 Mon 4:15-5:15pm CARM 322203-06 Sep 13-Oct 25 Mon 5:30-6:30pm CARM 322203-07 Sep 14-Oct 26 Tue 5:30-6:30pm CARM 322203-08 Sep 15-Oct 27 Wed 9:30-10:30am CARM 322203-09 Sep 15-Oct 27 Wed 10:45-11:45am CARM 322203-10 Sep 15-Oct 27 Wed 5:30-6:30pm CARM 322203-11 Sep 16-Oct 28 Thu 9:30-10:30am CARM 322203-12 Sep 16-Oct 28 Thu 5:30-6:30pm CARM *322203-13 Nov 1-Dec 13 Mon 7-8am CARM *322203-14 Nov 1-Dec 13 Mon 8:15-9:15am CARM *322203-15 Nov 1-Dec 13 Mon 9:30-10:30am CARM *322203-16 Nov 1-Dec 13 Mon 3-4pm CARM *322203-17 Nov 1-Dec 13 Mon 4:15-5:15pm CARM *322203-18 Nov 1-Dec 13 Mon 5:30-6:30pm CARM *322203-19 Nov 2-Dec 14 Tue 5:30-6:30pm CARM *322203-20 Nov 3-Dec 15 Wed 9:30-10:30am CARM *322203-21 Nov 3-Dec 15 Wed 10:45-11:45am CARM *322203-22 Nov 3-Dec 15 Wed 5:30-6:30pm CARM *322203-23 Nov 4-Dec 16 Thu 9:30-10:30am CARM *322203-24 Nov 4-Dec 16 Thu 5:30-6:30pm CARM

Challenge Level 1-3 Fearful of getting back into your workouts? Pain or physical problems stopping you? Then Pilates RX is the class for you. RX moves very slowly, gently getting body parts to move. This class will get you ready for a senior or regular Pilates class. $115 Resident, $135 Nonresident *$99 Resident, $119 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322202-01 Sep 17-Oct 29 Fri 10:45-11:45am CARM *322202-02 Nov 5-Dec 17 Fri 10:45-11:45am CARM

PILATES YOGA FUSION

Challenge Level 2-4 This class combines the core sculpting of Pilates and the stretching and strength of yoga, giving you the benefit of two classes in one. This lowimpact class increases strength and flexibility, leaving your body feeling toned and lengthened. $63 Resident, $72 Nonresident *$53 Resident, $62 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322212-01 Sep 13-Oct 25 Mon noon-1pm CARM 322212-02 Sep 14-Oct 26 Tue 8:45-9:45am GMRC *322212-03 Nov 1-Dec 13 Mon noon-1pm CARM *322212-04 Nov 2-Dec 14 Tue 8:45-9:45am GMRC

PRENATAL YOGA

Challenge Level 1-3 Deepen and enhance the most profound time in a woman's life with the gentle and easy-to-follow techniques of yoga. A series of stretches and strength-building exercises will help increase energy and stamina, and develop concentration in order to assist during labor and delivery. $69 Resident, $79 Nonresident *$59 Resident, $69 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322504-01 Sep 15-Oct 27 Wed 5:30-6:45pm CARM *322504-02 Nov 3-Dec 15 Wed 5:30-6:45pm CARM

TAI CHI FOR BALANCE

Challenge Level 1-2 Tai chi is a wonderful exercise that strengthens the body and mind. In this class you will improve your balance through learning flowing movements. You will work mainly with a form called Tai Chi for Arthritis. The exercise is relaxing, but you will work muscles, and you will leave class feeling energized rather than tired. For more tai chi classes see page 50. $63 Resident, $72 Nonresident *$53 Resident, $62 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322402-01 Sep 17-Oct 29 Fri 12:45-1:45pm GMRC 322402-02 Sep 17-Oct 29 Fri 2-3pm GMRC *322402-03 Nov 5-Dec 17 Fri 12:45-1:45pm GMRC *322402-04 Nov 5-Dec 17 Fri 2-3pm GMRC VIRTUAL Activity # Date Day 322V402-01 Sep 17-Oct 29 Fri *322V402-02 Nov 5-Dec 17 Fri

Time 2-3pm 2-3pm

Loc ZOOM ZOOM

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Fitness & Wellness STRENGTH/OUTDOOR CLASSES

Information: 720-963-5366 Ages: 14+

Are you looking for ways to improve your health and wellness?

BODYPUMP™

Meet with a Wellness Advisor today!

Challenge Level 3-5 BODYPUMP is a 60-minute strength workout that challenges all of your major muscle groups. The key to BODYPUMP is THE REP EFFECT™, a breakthrough in fitness training focusing on high repetition movements with low weight loads. This will help you achieve strength and introduce lean muscle conditioning.

We can help direct you to the wellness opportunities offered through the City of Lakewood and create an individualized plan just for you. Free! • • • • •

10-class pass $60 Resident, $80 Nonresident By day $8 Resident, $10 Nonresident

BODYPUMP schedule for June 1 – September 5.

Fitness and nutrition. Arts and cultural activities. Outdoor adventures. Volunteer opportunities. Wellness education.

Call 303-987-5423 or email CamFer@Lakewood.org to set up your free appointment today.

YOGA FOR AUTOIMMUNE

Challenge Level 2 This practice is a tool in the management of autoimmune disorders and reduction of pain for individuals diagnosed with arthritis, MS, lupus, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple chemical sensitivity, or other chronic conditions that require a slower paced yoga class. This class is taught by an instructor with an autoimmune disorder. $69 Resident, $79 Nonresident *$59 Resident, $69 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322501-01 Sep 16-Oct 28 Thu 5:30-6:45pm CARM *322501-02 Nov 4-Dec 16 Thu 5:30-6:45pm CARM VIRTUAL Activity # Date Day 322V501-01 Sep 16-Oct 28 Thu *322V501-02 Nov 4-Dec 16 Thu

VIRTUAL YOGA FOR YOU

Time 5:30-6:45pm 5:30-6:45pm

Loc ZOOM ZOOM

Challenge Level 1-2 Awaken your body through the joys of this healing art. People of all ages will gain strength, flexibility and bring new awareness to the connection between mind and body. Class is slower paced. $69 Resident, $79 Nonresident *$59 Resident, $69 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322V502-01 Sep 13-Oct 25 Mon 5:30-6:45pm ZOOM 322V502-02 Nov 1-Dec 13 Mon 5:30-6:45pm ZOOM

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Monday

5:30-6:30am 5:30-6:30pm

CARM CARM

Tuesday

8:30-9:30am

CARM

Wednesday

5:30-6:30am 5:30-6:30pm

CARM CARM

Thursday

8:30-9:30am

CARM

Friday

5:30-6:30am

CARM

Saturday

8-9am

CARM

Sunday

9-10am

CARM

HIIT

Challenge Level 3-5 This high intensity class will challenge you to push your limits in your exercise potential. Increase your strength and endurance through intervals of hard work followed by active recovery. This class is tailored to the intermediate to advanced level due to the rigorous efforts required, but modifications can be made for all abilities. $59 Resident, $69 Nonresident *$49 Resident, $59 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322132-01 Sep 14-Oct 26 Tue 5:30-6:30am CARM 322132-02 Sep 16-Oct 28 Thu 5:30-6:30am CARM *322132-03 Nov 2-Dec 14 Tue 5:30-6:30am CARM *322132-04 Nov 4-Dec 16 Thu 5:30-6:30am CARM

TRX FUSION

Challenge Level 2-5 This is a higher intensity circuit style class that will incorporate the TRX suspension straps as well as other fitness equipment. Enjoy the camaraderie while you build strength, balance, flexibility and core stability. $59 Resident, $69 Nonresident *$49 Resident, $59 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322130-01 Sep 12-Oct 24 Sun 8:15-9:15am CARM 322130-02 Sep 16-Oct 28 Thu 10:30-11:30am GMRC *322130-03 Oct 31-Dec 12 Sun 8:15-9:15am CARM *322130-04 Nov 4-Dec 16 Thu 10:30-11:30am GMRC


Fitness & Wellness TRAIL RUNNING SERIES

Join us either in-person or virtually for our Trail Series race! Each week the course will vary in distance between 4-8 miles. Compete against others in-person Wednesday nights or run the marked course on your own Tuesday-Thursday for our virtual option. All participants will receive a medal for completing all four races! In-person series: $65 before Sep. 1, $70 after Sep. 1 In-person individual race: $25 *Virtual racing series: $50 before Sep. 1, $55 after Sep. 1 Activity # Date Day Time Loc IN-PERSON SERIES 322304-01 Sep 8-29

Wed

6pm

BCLP

INDIVIDUAL RACES 322304-02 Sep 8 322304-03 Sep 15 322304-04 Sep 22 322304-05 Sep 29

Wed Wed Wed Wed

6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm

BCLP BCLP BCLP BCLP

VIRTUAL SERIES *322304-06 Sep 7-30

SEPTEMBER 2021

Bear Creek Lake Park In-person and virtual options.

Tue-Thu

6am-9pm

BCLP

NUTRITION PROGRAMS

Participate on your own or race against other runners.

Information: 720-963-5366

Weekly prizes!

LET'S EAT! COOKING CLASSES

SEE DETAILS ON THIS PAGE.

This hands-on class will teach you the fundamentals of using your kitchen to its fullest potential. The classes will include cooking, educational lectures and materials, and of course, eating! Each class will have a different theme where you will learn key concepts of nutrition, meal planning, knife skills and how to cook as a family just to name a few. Each participant will also receive a free voucher for one of our ondemand nutrition workshops. An email will be sent prior to the class with the list of ingredients and supplies needed. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Nicolette at nicsch@lakewood.org or 720-963-5366. $15 Resident, $20 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc BREAD BAKING 322612-01 Sep 11

Sat

11am-12:30pm

LINK

COOKING LOCAL 322612-02 Sep 25

Sat

11am-12:30pm

LINK

HEALTHY SNACKS 322612-03 Oct 9

Sat

11am-12:30pm

LINK

BREAKFAST MEALS 322612-04 Oct 23

Sat

11am-12:30pm

LINK

PLANT-BASED MEALS 322612-05 Nov 6

Sat

11am-12:30pm

LINK

HOLIDAY COOKING 322612-06 Nov 20

Sat

11am-12:30pm

LINK

30-MINUTE MEALS 322612-07 Dec 4

Sat

11am-12:30pm

LINK

303-987-4807 Lakewood.org/ TrailRunning

Nutrition For a Better You

ON-DEMAND WORKSHOPS

Enjoy learning all about nutrition from the comfort of your own home! Watch our videos to learn about meal planning, weight loss tips, heart health, diabetes and more.

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Fitness & Wellness YOUTH PROGRAMS

DANCE OFF Dance your energy out! From Zumba to free style, this will be an active hour!

YOUTH FITNESS & WELLNESS SAMPLER

EATING SMART: HEALTHY SNACKS In this class you will make healthy versions of some favorite snacks such as granola or protein bars, muffins, chips and dips. Leave this class with the knowledge of how to incorporate healthy snacks into your every day nutrition plan while having fun in the process of making them!

Information: 720-963-5366

This youth program is tailored to children and teens ranging in ages 5-14. Come learn different ways of adding fitness, nutrition and mindfulness to your lives! Enjoy these fun activities and start kids on a healthy path to a great future. In case of inclement weather, classes will be held indoors or rescheduled. Parent or guardian can come for free. $5 Resident, $7 Nonresident

FAMILY COOKING Learn to cook as a family and/or for a family in this fun, interactive cooking class! You will learn how to cook quick, easy and healthy meals that the entire family can enjoy, without spending a lot of money. This class is open to individuals and families with children ages 5+.

Activity #

Date

Day

Time

Loc

DANCE OFF 322630-06 322630-23

Oct 2 Dec 7

Sat Tue

10-11am 3-4pm

CARMP CARMP

FAMILY YOGA Yoga isn’t only for adults! Children of all ages can benefit from doing yoga, and what better way than to do it as a family! So, grab your mats and get ready for some poses, noises and fun.

EATING SMART: HEALTHY SNACKS 322630-03 Sep 21 Tue 322630-20 Nov 20 Sat

3-4pm 10-11am

LINK LINK

FUN IN FITNESS Have FUN with fitness! This class will teach you all sorts of different ways to be active while having fun. Activities include: hula hoop, jump rope, water balloon fights and many more.

FAMILY COOKING 322630-12 Oct 23 322630-25 Dec 14

Sat Tue

10-11am 3-4pm

LINK LINK

FAMILY YOGA 322630-01 Sep 14 322630-14 Oct 30

Tue Sat

3-4pm 10-11am

CARMP CARMP

FUN IN FITNESS 322630-11 Oct 19 322630-16 Nov 6

Tue Sat

3-4pm 10-11am

CARMP CARMP

OBSTACLE COURSE Who knew all the things you can do on a playground? This obstacle course will utilize the Carmody Park playground for fun obstacles that will bring smiles to everyone's faces!

GARDENING 322630-13 322630-26

Oct 26 Dec 18

Tue Sat

3-4pm 10-11am

GREEN GREEN

JUMP AROUND 322630-10 Oct 16 322630-17 Nov 9

OUTSIDE GROUP FUN Enjoy finding ways to be active outside in a group setting without the competition of an organized sport. Activities can include tag, frisbee, kickball and much more!

Sat Tue

10-11am 3-4pm

CARMP CARMP

OBSTACLE COURSE 322630-02 Sep 18 322630-15 Nov 2

Sat Tue

10-11am 3-4pm

CARMP CARMP

OUTSIDE GROUP FUN 322630-09 Oct 12 322630-22 Dec 4

Tue Sat

3-4pm 10-11am

CARMP CARMP

STILL YOUR MIND SCAVENGER HUNT 322630-08 Oct 9 Sat 10-11am 322630-21 Nov 30 Tue 3-4pm

WHEELS Grab your Strider, bicycle, rollerblades, skateboard, scooter or anything else on wheels and come have fun on a pre-made course!

CARMP CARMP

TRAIL RUNNING 322630-07 Oct 5 322630-24 Dec 11

Tue Sat

3-4pm 10-11am

STONE STONE

YOUTH EQUIPMENT ORIENTATION This class is designed to educate our youth members about safe and proper use of the machines and cardio equipment at the recreation center. Once this class is completed, ages 12+ can use the equipment unaccompanied by an adult.

WHEELS 322630-04 322630-19

Sat Tue

10-11am 3-4pm

CARMP CARMP

YOUTH EQUIPMENT ORIENTATION 322630-05 Sep 28 Tue 322630-18 Nov 13 Sat

3-4pm 10-11am

CARM CARM

Sep 25 Nov 16

GARDENING Get dirty while having fun and taking care of the environment! Tour our gardens and learn about water usage and the benefits of gardening for mental and physical health. Plant your own seeds to take home and watch them grow! JUMP AROUND

Get busy moving with jump rope!

STILL YOUR MIND SCAVENGER HUNT Put down the phone, turn off the TV and get outside to see what the world has to offer! This class is meant to teach children to still their minds while enjoying the outdoors. And what better way than to do a scavenger hunt! TRAIL RUNNING Put on some running shoes and hit the dirt! Learn basic skills to make running on trails safe and enjoyable.

Are you a Lakewood resident in need of financial assistance with program fees? Apply for the Lakewood Possibilities Fund. Lakewood.org/LPF

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Fitness & Wellness

CARMODY RECREATION CENTER Day

GENERAL ADMISSION CLASSES

Time

Monday

Sept. 7 – Dec. 30 Classes are subject to cancellation or time change. Please preregister for all General Admission classes.

Tuesday

For Older Adult General Admission Classes see page 51.

CHALLENGE LEVELS 1 .............. 2 .............. 3 Basic moves Conversational pace

Wednesday

..............

Basic + challenging moves Increased pace

4

..............

Thursday

BOOT CAMP

Friday

This class is a 60-minute higher intensity workout that will focus on agility, full body strength and cardio.

ESSENTRICS

Essentrics is based on eccentric strengthening which stretches the muscles then strengthens them in the elongated position creating a lean toned body. This class helps to increase muscle strength, and flexibility. Posture and form are emphasized. Class may be taken in bare feet.

FIT INTENSITY This 45-minute interval class is designed to offer cardio endurance, along with strength training to give participant a challenging but fun workout. Class will include abdominal work and stretching. INDOOR CYCLING

Using exercise bikes, cycle classes offer a non-impact cardio workout. Participants pedal their bikes along with the suggestions and cues of the instructor. Classes start with a warm-up and move on to cardio training by either increasing cadence or adding resistance. Class ends with a stretch!

LaBLAST LaBlast is a dance fitness program based on ballroom dances you see on "Dancing with the Stars." It is partner-free, includes all components of fitness, and uses music from every era and genre. You choose your own intensity by adding optional plyometric movements, light weights, heavy weights, or simply keeping your workout low impact. LES MILLS CORE™ This choreographed class challenges your core and is great for building abs. You will work the powerhouse muscles of your body, to enhance your posture, balance and overall strength. You may use weights and bands, but will mostly use body weight exercises. STRETCH

This class is an hour of stretching. This allows participants to do a variety of stretches for different muscle groups, using the extra time to hold the stretches longer for more benefit.

ZUMBA®

Zumba classes are taught by Zumba certified instructors. They have fast moving choreography that is fun, quick moving and challenging. Different instructors may teach with higher or lower impact and change music to appeal to their class participants.

Saturday

Class Les Mills Core™

3-5

7:30-8:30am

Zumba®

3-5

4:15-5pm

Fit Intensity

3-5

6:15-7am

Fit Intensity

3-5

7:15-8:15am

Stretch

1

9:45-10:15am

Les Mills Core™

3-5

4:15-5:15pm

Zumba®

3-5

5:30-6:30 pm

Boot Camp

4-5

6:45-7:15am

Les Mills Core™

3-5

7:30-8:30am

Zumba®

3-5

4:15-5pm

Fit Intensity

3-5

6:15-7am

Fit Intensity

3-5

7:15-8:15am

Stretch

1

9:45-10:15am

Les Mills Core™

3-5

4:15-5:15pm

Zumba®

3-5

6:45-7:15am

Les Mills Core™

3-5

7:30-8:30am

Zumba®

3-5

10:45-11:45am

Zumba®

3-5

GREEN MOUNTAIN RECREATION CENTER Day

Challenge Level

6:45-7:15am

5

Challenging moves Challenging pace

720-963-5360

Time

Class

303-987-7830 Challenge Level

Monday

8:30-9:30am

Essentrics

3-5

Tuesday

12:15-1:05pm

Indoor Cycling

3-5

8:30-9:30am

Essentrics

3-5

Wednesday

5:30-6:30pm

Zumba®

3-5

Thursday

5:45-6:45pm

Zumba®

3-5

Friday

8:15-9:05am

Indoor Cycling

3-5

Saturday

9:15-10:15am

Zumba®

3-5

LAKEWOOD LINK RECREATION CENTER

303-987-5400

Day

Challenge Level

Time

Class

Monday

9-10am

Zumba®

3-5

Wednesday

12:30-1:30pm

Essentrics

3-5

9-10am

Zumba®

3-5

12:30-1:30pm

Essentrics

3-5

Friday

WHITLOCK RECREATION CENTER Day Monday Tuesday

Time

303-987-4800 Class

Challenge Level

6-7pm

Boot Camp

4-5

4:30-5:30pm

Core & More

4-5

6-7pm

Zumba®

3-5

Wednesday

6-7pm

LaBlast

3-5

Thursday

4:30-5:30pm

Core & More

4-5

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Fitness & Wellness FREE FITNESS COURTS

DO FITN WNLOAD ESS C T OUR HE T AP P!

FREE OUTDOOR FITNESS ZONE

Addenbrooke Park 600 S. Kipling Parkway Green Mountain Recreation Center 13198 W. Green Mountain Dr. NEW LOCATION! Join us for the launch party Aug. 18, 5–7 p.m.

OUTDOOR FITNESS PAD (included with general admission)

Carmody Recreation Center 2200 S. Kipling St.

Carmody Park 2200 S. Kipling St.

FREE OUTDOOR FITNESS EQUIPMENT

Lasley Park 6677 W. Florida Ave.

Lakewood.org/OutdoorFitness

Personal Training and Nutrition PERSONAL TRAINING PACKAGES 3 Individual Sessions: $110 Resident, $135 Nonresident 10 Individual Sessions: $320 Resident, $370 Nonresident TRAIN WITH A FRIEND PACKAGE 3 Individual Sessions: $85 Resident, $110 Nonresident 10 Individual Sessions: $250 Resident, $310 Nonresident Group is two or more. Rates are per person. NUTRITION CONSULTATION PACKAGES 3 Individual Sessions: $110 Resident, $135 Nonresident 10 Individual Sessions: $320 Resident, $370 Nonresident OTHER OFFERINGS • 20% off all training packages for military and all first-time package purchases for senior membership programs. • 10% off packages for youth under 16. • Body fat assessment. 38 • 303-987-7830

Lakewood.org/PersonalTraining 720-963-5366 or NicSch@Lakewood.org


Outdoor SUNSET NATURE HIKES

Join in on these evening excursions with Lakewood's Park Naturalists and see all the park has to offer before the night sets in! With a variety of wildlife to see and learn about, you are sure to have a great time! Locations vary and will be decided closer to the day, please make sure to register with your email to get updates. All Ages $5 per person Activity # Date Day Time Loc 359944-01 Sep 18 Sat 6-7:30pm BCLP 359944-02 Oct 9 Sat 5:30-7pm BCLP

GUIDED NIGHT HIKES

Leave those flashlights at home for this unique hiking adventure in the dark! These hikes are designed for the whole family, and each will average an hour and a half of walking on uneven terrain. Registration required. Locations vary so please register with an email to get updates on where the hike will be taking place. All Ages $5 per person Activity # Date Day Time Loc

BEAR CREEK LAKE PARK PARK ENTRANCE: South off of West Morrison Road, a quarter mile east of C-470. All vehicles entering the park must have a daily pass or a BCLP annual pass. PARK INFORMATION: 303-697-6159. PROGRAM AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION: 303-697-6159 or Lakewood.org/BCLPevents. Registration with a valid email address is required for all programs.

BEAR CREEK BIRDING!

Come out and search for birds with Lakewood's Park Naturalists. We will explore different parks in search of our feathered friends, so bring your binoculars or cameras! Locations vary, please register with a valid email address to receive location information. All levels welcome. Ages: 16+ $5 per person Activity # Date Day Time Loc 359920-01 Sep 28 Tue 8-9:30am BCLP 359920-02 Oct 26 Tue 8-9:30am BCLP 359920-03 Nov 30 Tue 8-9:30am BCLP

PRE-K NATURE DAY

Join us for a program designed specifically for young children. Participants will self-explore their natural environment through activities provided around the nature play area, with an education portion led by a Parks Naturalist at the beginning of every hour. The stations will be up the whole time, so you can choose when to come. Registration not required. Ages: 3-5 Activity # Date Day Time Loc 359921-01 Sep 7 Tue 9am-noon BCLP 359921-02 Oct 5 Tue 9am-noon BCLP 359921-03 Nov 9 Tue 9am-noon BCLP

HUNGRY BEAR FULL MOON 359945-01 Sep 20

Mon 6:30-8pm

BCLP

BUSY BEAVER FULL MOON 359945-03 Nov 18

Thu

BCLP

4-5:30pm

NATURE HIKES

Hike along a winding trail and learn about the flora, fauna, and history of the area from Lakewood's Park Naturalist. Locations vary and will be decided closer to the day, please make sure to register with your email to get updates. Registration required. All Ages $5 per person Activity # Date Day Time Loc 359946-01 Sep 4 Sat 9-10:30am BCLP 359946-02 Oct 2 Sat 9-10:30am BCLP 359946-03 Nov 6 Sat 9-10:30am BCLP 359946-04 Dec 4 Sat 9-10:30am BCLP

GUIDED NEW MOON HIKES

Join us for the darkest night of the month as we explore the park-with plenty of stops for stargazing! Locations vary and exact date of the hike will be chosen the week prior for the best viewing conditions. Register with an email to get updates on when and where the hike will be taking place. All Ages $5 per person Activity # Date Day Time Loc Aquila the Eagle New Moon 359948-01 Sep 3

Fri

7:30-9pm

BCLP

Jupiter New Moon 359948-02 Oct 3

Sun

6:30-8pm

BCLP

Queen Cassiopeia New Moon 359948-03 Nov 1

Mon 6-7:30pm

BCLP

Cygnus the Swan New Moon 359948-04 Dec 1

Wed

BCLP

4:30-6pm

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Outdoor EVENTS NATIONAL WILDLIFE DAY

One of the joys of spending time in nature is viewing wildlife. Join us as we learn about the wildlife of Bear Creek Lake Park, how to safely recreate near wildlife, and what we can do to help wildlife in our area. This program will include a hike so please wear appropriate footwear. All Ages $5 per person Activity # Date Day Time Loc 359904-02 Sep 4 Sat 6-7:30pm BCLP

NATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS DAY

Trails will be closed intermittently for muddy conditions and park rangers will be enforcing. Check the trail status before coming out!

Celebrate the largest national day of volunteer service dedicated to public lands! This project is an effort to keep Lakewood beautiful and will take place in the Bear Creek Greenbelt. Light breakfast and lunch will be provided. Registration required at Lakewood.org/BCLPevents. Activity # Date Day Time Loc 359947-01 Sep 25 Sat 8am-noon BCGB

HAUNTED TRAIL ADVENTURE

@TrailsLakewood

Experience Bear Creek Lake Park in all its haunted magic with an evening of ghostly trails and tales! Walk along the Owl Trail and discover critters of the night. We'll have games and fun for everyone! After your hiking adventure, warm your toes by the fire and enjoy marshmallows and hot chocolate. Costumes encouraged! Advance registration required; space is limited. All Ages $5 per person Activity # Date Day Time Loc 359901-02 Oct 16 Sat 4-7pm BCLP

MAROONED WITHOUT A COMPASS SCAVENGER HUNT

BEAR CREEK ADULT ARCHERY

Come out to the Bear Creek Lake Park Archery Range to try your hand at archery! This adult-only program is the perfect opportunity for you and your friends to learn about the skills, ethics and practice of archery while getting a chance to sharpen your new skills. All supplies are included. Ages: 16+ $5 per person Activity # Date Day Time Loc 359950-01 Sep 8 Wed 5:30-7pm BCLP 359950-02 Oct 13 Wed 5-6:30pm BCLP

BEAR CREEK FAMILY ARCHERY

Join us for an evening archery session for families! Instructors will teach range safety and the basics of shooting a bow and after one-on-one instruction, participants will be able to practice sharpening their skills. All levels welcome. All Ages $5 per person Activity # Date Day Time Loc 359951-01 Sep 22 Wed 5:30-7pm BCLP 359951-02 Oct 27 Wed 5-6:30pm BCLP

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In this scavenger hunt you and your family will have one week to use your wilderness skills and the clues we provide you with to find special places throughout Bear Creek Lake Park. To wrap up the hunt we’ll meet on National Marooned without a Compass Day, November 6th, to collect prizes and share your experience! Park pass will be provided for the whole week. Registration not available online. To register contact lingil@lakewood.org or 303-697-6157. All Ages $5 per person Activity # Date Day Time Loc 359903-02 Nov 6 Sat 6-7pm BCLP

WINTER SOLSTICE

Celebrate the first day of winter with us at Bear Creek Lake Park! There will be a short night hike and then we will gather around the campfire for a marshmallow roast and celebration of the Winter Solstice that includes the traditional burning of the yule log. Please bring your own mug to enjoy a hot beverage, we will not have any mugs available. All Ages $5 per person Activity # Date Day Time Loc 359902-02 Dec 21 Tue 6-8pm BCLP


RISE/Therapeutic Rec

Rock Climbing

Information: 720-963-5384

CLIFF HANGERS 1

Did you know Lakewood has a Therapeutic Recreation Program? Our certified therapeutic recreation specialists can assist in providing adaptations and accommodations for many of our recreation programs. In addition to inclusion support we offer programs that are specifically designed to be accommodating to participants with disabilities. We also can provide focused individualized or small group programming tailored to your specific needs. For the most up-to-date offerings, visit Lakewood.org/TherapeuticRec. If you have questions or want to chat with our staff, please email RISE@Lakewood.org or call 303-987-4867.

They've been climbing trees, boulders, couches and counters, now it's time for the Rock Wall! Lakewood's trained and experienced rock climbing staff will teach your child the basic skills and techniques of rock climbing. All gear is provided. Ages: 3-4 $45 Resident, $63 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 330203-01 Aug 24-Sep 14 Tue 4:30-5:30pm LINK 330203-02 Sep 21-Oct 12 Tue 4:30-5:30pm LINK 330203-03 Oct 19-Nov 9 Tue 4:30-5:30pm LINK 330203-04 Nov 16-Dec 14 Tue 4:30-5:30pm LINK 330203-05 Aug 26-Sep 16 Thu 4:30-5:30pm LINK 330203-06 Sep 23-Oct 14 Thu 4:30-5:30pm LINK 330203-07 Oct 21-Nov 11 Thu 4:30-5:30pm LINK 330203-08 Nov 18-Dec 16 Thu 4:30-5:30pm LINK (No Class Nov 23, Nov 25)

CLIFF HANGERS 2

SPECIAL OLYMPICS

Lakewood offers several different Special Olympics sports programs throughout the year, such as aquatics, bowling, flag football and track and field. We welcome participants looking to develop skills and a competitive opportunity. Most of our Special Olympics offerings are 10-week seasons culminating in participation in our regional Special Olympics tournaments. As we prepare for fall we are hopeful to resume bowling, flag football, and start our very first basketball team! Register at Lakewood.org/Register. Keyword Search: TR Programs

OUTINGS

We love going out into the community with our participants. Outings include things like going out to dinner and a movie, attending local sporting events and holiday themed outings in the metro Denver area. At all programs, participants are supported by trained staff and encouraged to work on building independence, money management and decision-making skills. Register at Lakewood.org/Register. Keyword Search: TR Programs

EVENTS

Lakewood offers a variety of events within our recreation centers and parks. These events mirror many of our general recreation programs but with additional support for individuals of all abilities. Offerings include game nights, monthly social dances, all ability fitness opportunities, adaptive climbing at our indoor climbing wall, walking groups to explore our local parks and more. Register at Lakewood.org/Register. Keyword Search: TR Programs

Are you a Lakewood resident in need of financial assistance with program fees? Apply for the Lakewood Possibilities Fund. Lakewood.org/LPF

Ages: 5-7 $45 Resident, $63 Nonresident *Mon. Session 09 price has been prorated to reflect the Labor Day holiday. Activity # Date Day Time Loc 330203-09* Aug 23-Sep 13 Mon 4:30-5:30pm LINK 330203-10 Sep 20-Oct 11 Mon 4:30-5:30pm LINK 330203-11 Oct 18-Nov 8 Mon 4:30-5:30pm LINK 330203-12 Nov 15-Dec 13 Mon 4:30-5:30pm LINK 330203-13 Aug 25-Sep 15 Wed 4:30-5:30pm LINK 330203-14 Sep 22-Oct 13 Wed 4:30-5:30pm LINK 330203-15 Oct 20-Nov 10 Wed 4:30-5:30pm LINK 330203-16 Nov 17-Dec 15 Wed 4:30-5:30pm LINK (No class Sep 6, Nov 22, Nov 24)

CLIMBING TEAM

The Lakewood Climbing Team is for climbers interested in advancing their skills and competing in area competitions. Let our qualified instructors help you take your climbing to new heights. Participants at this level MUST know how to belay and must get prior instructor approval before registering. Ages: 8-16 $86 Resident, $112 Nonresident *Session 01 price has been prorated to reflect the Labor Day holiday. Activity # Date Day Time Loc 330216-01* Aug 23-Sep 15 Mon, Wed 5:45-7:15pm LINK 330216-02 Sep 20-Oct 13 Mon, Wed 5:45-7:15pm LINK 330216-03 Oct 18-Nov 10 Mon, Wed 5:45-7:15pm LINK 330216-04 Nov 15-Dec 15 Mon, Wed 5:45-7:15pm LINK (No Class Sep 6, Nov 22, Nov 24)

ROCK STARS

Under the instruction of Lakewood's experienced rock climbing staff, participants will learn basic techniques and advance their skills in a fun and noncompetitive environment. All gear is provided. Ages: 8-15 $52 Resident, $68 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 330214-01 Aug 24-Sep 14 Tue 5:45-7pm LINK 330214-02 Sep 21-Oct 12 Tue 5:45-7pm LINK 330214-03 Oct 19-Nov 9 Tue 5:45-7pm LINK 330214-04 Nov 16-Dec 14 Tue 5:45-7pm LINK 330214-05 Aug 26-Sep 16 Thu 5:45-7pm LINK 330214-06 Sep 23-Oct 14 Thu 5:45-7pm LINK 330214-07 Oct 21-Nov 11 Thu 5:45-7pm LINK 330214-08 Nov 18-Dec 16 Thu 5:45-7pm LINK (No Class Nov 23, Nov 25)

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SCHOOL AGE SERVICES BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL, HOLIDAY, AND NO-SCHOOL CHILD CARE Provided at: South Lakewood, Rooney Ranch, Foothills and Belmar elementary schools for ages 5-12. Care starts at 7 a.m. until school starts and resumes when school ends until 6 p.m.

HOLIDAY BREAK AND SPRING BREAK CARE Fun, affordable, high-quality child care during Jeffco Public Schools' winter and spring break sessions for ages 5-12. 7 a.m.–6 p.m., Monday–Friday

WINTER/SPRING BREAK CARE AND SUMMER DAY CAMP PROGRAMS Full day programs during Jeffco Public Schools' breaks and three age-specific summer day camp programs for ages 5-12.

MORE INFORMATION Lakewood.org/FamilyServices 303-987-2490 42 • 303-987-7830

Teens TEEN ADVENTURE PARANORMAL INVESTIGATION

Teen Adventures are for teens to explore some of the area’s top activities. Kick off the spooky season with an adventure with a real Paranormal Investigator. Each adventure allows teens to try new experiences, make memories, friendships and participate in a fun adventure. Locations change regularly. No transportation will be provided. Ages: 12-17 $39 Resident, $36 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 347400-01 Sep 3 Fri 7:30-10pm HLBP

MORE ADVENTURES COMING SOON!

Subscribe to Lakewood Kids at Lakewood.org/Newsletters for updates.


Sports/Leagues ADULT SPORTS LEAGUES

Information: 303-987-5404

General information regarding our leagues: • Registration is by team only. • Individuals can be placed on a free agent list but are not guaranteed play. • Leagues are available for both recreational and competitive players. • The minimum age requirement for all adult leagues is 18.

FALL ADULT BASKETBALL

Teams in fall adult basketball leagues will play an 8-game regular season plus an end-of-season tournament. The league fee is $500 per team and a $250 deposit is needed at time of registration to hold a team's spot in a league. Registration deadline: Aug. 18. Activity # Date Day Time Loc RECREATIONAL 300001-01 Aug 31-Nov 16 Tue

6:30-10:30pm

CWRC

RECREATIONAL/COMPETITIVE 300001-02 Sep 1-Nov 17 Wed

6:30-10:30pm

CWRC

RECREATIONAL 300001-03 Sep 2-Nov 18

6:30-10:30pm

CWRC

Thu

FALL ADULT SOFTBALL

The fall adult softball leagues feature an 8-game schedule, followed by league tournaments for top teams. The league fee is $500 per team and a $250 deposit is due at time of registration to hold a team's spot in a league. Registration deadline: Aug. 18. Activity # Date Day Time Loc MEN’S REC 300002-01

Aug 23-Nov 1

Mon 6:15-10:15pm

LKWDP

COED REC 300002-02

Aug 23-Nov 1

Mon 6:15-10:15pm

LKWDP

MEN’S REC 300002-03

Aug 24-Nov 2

Tue

6:15-10:15pm

LKWDP

COED REC 300002-04

Aug 24-Nov 2

Tue

6:15-10:15pm

LKWDP

MEN’S REC 300002-05

Aug 26-Nov 4

Thu

6:15-10:15pm

LKWDP

COED REC 300002-06

Aug 26-Nov 4

Thu

6:15-10:15pm

LKWDP

FALL ADULT VOLLEYBALL

Teams in the fall volleyball leagues will play an 8-match regular schedule season plus an end-of-season tournament for the top half of teams. The league fee is $300 per team and a $150 deposit is needed at time of registration to hold a team's spot in a league. Registration deadline: Aug. 18. Activity # Date Day Time Loc WOMEN’S A 300003-01

Aug 30-Nov 15 Mon 6:30-9:30pm

CWRC

WOMEN’S BB 300003-02 Aug 30-Nov 15 Mon 6:30-9:30pm

CWRC

FALL SENIOR VOLLEYBALL

Join our group of active adults, ages 50 and up, and participate in league play offered through the Colorado Senior Volleyball Association. Teams practice at the Charles Whitlock Recreation Center, while games are played at Whitlock and various recreation centers throughout the Front Range. Visit www.csva.org for more information. $275 per team Activity # Date Day Time Loc 300200-01 Sep-Nov Wed 10am-3pm CWRC

UNIFIED SPORTS LEAGUES UNIFIED VOLLEYBALL

Want to play volleyball but don't have a team? Join ours! Learn volleyball skills and brush up during our pre-season practices. Play in a 6-8 week Unified Volleyball league. Please note athletes and partners must attend at least one practice prior to league play. All abilities welcome! Ages: 16+ $45 Resident, $45 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 336403-01 Sep 11-25 Sat 9:30-11am CWRC

UNIFIED VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE

Have a Unified Volleyball team but nowhere to play? Join our Unified Volleyball league. Teams play a 6-8 game schedule on Saturdays in the fall. A $100 deposit is needed at time of registration to hold your team’s spot. $150/team Activity # Date Day Time Loc 336403-02 Oct 2-Dec 4 Sat 9am-1pm CWRC

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Sports/Leagues

YOUTH NINJA KIDS

Information: 720-963-5384 Release your child's inner ninja! This exciting class is designed to increase balance, strength, agility, and endurance, utilizing fun ninja-inspired obstacle courses and equipment in both our climbing wall and gymnastics gyms. All abilities welcome! Ages: 7-12 $46 Resident, $59 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc Ninja Kids-31 Aug 26-Sep 16 Thu 6:15-7:10pm LINK Ninja Kids-32 Sep 23-Oct 14 Thu 6:15-7:10pm LINK Ninja Kids-33 Oct 21-Nov 11 Thu 6:15-7:10pm LINK Ninja Kids-34 Nov 18-Dec 16 Thu 6:15-7:10pm LINK (No Class Nov 25)

GYMNASTICS CLASSES

Information: 720-963-5384

Recommended Attire: Leotard (girls) or shorts and T-shirt and bare feet. Long hair must be pulled back away from face.

TOTS IN ACTION (AGES WALKING-4) Enjoy playing on gymnastics equipment and engaging in various gymnastics activities. This class requires pre-registration for each day/ time up to 14 days in advance. There is a maximum of 10 participants, accompanied by one parent/caregiver, per class. Trained staff will supervise and assist skills, but do not provide structured activities. KANGAROOS (AGES 18 MOS.-3) This class gives children their first exposure to our structured gymnastics classes. Children will use assorted mats, low and high beams, rings, pre-school bars, tumble trampoline and more. The class ends with 10 minutes of free play/gym exploration and requires one parent/caregiver to participate with the child. TINY TUMBLERS (AGES 2 ½-4) This class introduces toddlers to the concepts of following directions and being in a class all on their own! Children enjoy jumping, rolling and learning pre-school level gymnastics skills.

BRONZE FLIPS 1 (AGES 7-12) This is a beginning gymnastics class and an introduction to basic tumbling and gymnastics skills. Students will be introduced to a progression of rolls, handstands and cartwheels along with basic beam, bar and vault skills using gymnastics equipment. No prior gymnastics experience necessary for this class. This level may require repeat sessions to accomplish development for the next level. BRONZE FLIPS 2 (AGES 7-12) This is our level 1 gymnastics class. In addition to perfecting basic skills, gymnast will work on increasing flexibility and strength. Additional skills will include round offs, back extension rolls, backbends, bridge kickovers, sole circle dismounts and inversions. This level may require repeat sessions to accomplish development for the next level. SILVER FLIPS (AGES 7-12) This is our level 2 gymnastics class for students working on intermediate level skills. In addition to perfecting level 1 skills, gymnasts will work on round off connections, back walk overs, front hip circles, handstand pirouettes, and handstand/cartwheels on beam. Coach approval is required for registration. CARA GOLD STARS TEAM (AGES 7-18) This team level is Compulsory 3 & 4. Must have passed Silver level or have Team Coach approval. Leotard and athletic shoes required at each practice. Gymnasts will continue to develop skill progressions and learn CARA gymnastics routines for the 2022 CARA Gymnastics Competition Season. CARA GOLD STARS TEAM – OPTIONALS

(AGES 7-18) This class is for CARA Team Optionals level ONLY. Must have Team Coach approval to register. Leotard required. Gymnasts will continue to develop skill progressions and learn CARA gymnastics routines for the 2022 CARA Gymnastics Season. This class includes two additional 2-hour practices per month, typically on a Friday. Coach will give gymnast the additional practices schedule on the first day of class.

BOYS GYMNASTICS (AGES 4 1/2 -12) These all-boys gymnastics classes will help build strength and improve agility. Boys learn basic tumbling skills and use gymnastics apparatus including rings, bars and vault.

LITTLE LEAPERS (AGES 4-5) Children enjoy weekly themed activities, navigating gymnastics obstacle courses and continuing basic skill progressions. Children begin to develop strength and agility while learning the basics of gymnastics in a fun environment. KARTWHEEL KIDS (AGES 5-7) This is a beginning gymnastics class and an introduction to basic tumbling and gymnastics skills. Students will be introduced to a progression of rolls, handstands and cartwheels along with basic beam, bar and vault skills using gymnastics equipment. No prior gymnastics experience necessary for this class.

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Sports/Leagues

GYMNASTICS CLASSES & DROP-IN PROGRAMS

Information: 720-963-5384 All classes are held in the Gymnastics Center at the Lakewood Link Recreation Center. Register at Lakewood.org/Register. Keyword Search: Gymnastics (The activity number is now the class name.) Class prices are prorated to reflect the Labor Day holiday. Class

Ages

Day

Kangaroos (Parent/Tot)

18 mos.- Thu 3 yrs. Sat

Tiny Tumblers

2.5-4

Little Leapers

4-5

Kartwheel Kids

5-7

Bronze Flips 1

7-12

Bronze Flips 2

Time

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Fees/Session Aug 23-Sept 18 Sept 20-Oct 16 Oct 18-Nov 13 Nov 15-Dec 18

4-4:45pm

31

33

35

37

10-10:45am

32

34

36

38

Tue

4-4:45 pm

31

33

35

38

Sat

11-11:45am

32

34

36

38

Wed

4-4:45pm

31

33

35

37

Sat

noon-12:45pm

32

34

36

38

Thu

5-5:45pm

31

33

35

37

Sat

1-1:45pm

32

34

36

38

$40 Resident $52 Nonresident $40 Resident $52 Nonresident $40 Resident $52 Nonresident $40 Resident $52 Nonresident

Tue

6-6:55pm

31

33

35

37

Wed

5-5:55pm

32

34

36

38

7-12

Tue

6-6:55pm

31

32

33

34

$45 Resident $58 Nonresident

Silver Flips

7-12

Mon

5-5:55pm

31

32

33

34

$45 Resident $58 Nonresident

CARA C3 & C4

7-18

Mon, Wed

5-7pm

31

32

33

34

$91 Resident $118 Nonresident

CARA Optionals

7-18

Mon, Wed, Fri

6:15-8:15pm

31

32

33

34

$116 Resident $147.50 Nonresident

Boys Gymnastics

4.5-12

Tue

5-5:45pm

31

32

33

34

$40 Resident $52 Nonresident

(Formerly Drop-in Tots) Tots in Action

Walking to 4

Mon

4-4:45pm

Sat

9-9:45am

$45 Resident $58 Nonresident

Register by day. Ongoing starting August 23.

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Sports/Leagues YOUTH SPORTS LEAGUES Information: 303-987-5404 If registration is full, please enroll to the waitlist as there is a possibility of increasing enrollment size or adding additional teams. If interested in volunteer coaching, please contact the Sports Programmer at 303-987-5404. FALL YOUTH BASKETBALL LEAGUES

Lakewood youth sports leagues provide the opportunity to learn and develop fundamental skills in a safe, fun and noncompetitive environment. Participants will receive instruction on basic skills and rules of the game during practice sessions and be offered game time to utilize techniques. Location: Carmody Recreation Center League dates: Oct 25-Dec 18 $99, Resident, $125 Nonresident (No practices/games during week of Nov 22-27.) Practice Time 4:15-4:45pm 5-5:30pm

Practice Time 4-4:45pm 5-5:45pm 6-6:45pm

Practice Time 4-4:45pm 5-5:45pm

MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS PROGRAM (MSSP)

The Jeffco League is a recreational middle school sports league for 6th-8th grade students attending Alameda, Carmody, Creighton and Dunstan. Participants are taught the basic rules of the game as well as sportsmanship. Games and practices are held right after school. Detailed information is available in the school office or online from the school website or at Lakewood.org/MSSP. Fees: $100 for each sport (T-shirt included) Financial Assistance: Application information can also be found at Lakewood.org/LPF.

U5 Coed – Saturday Games Mon Wed 354102-01 354102-03 354102-05 354102-07 Red Green Yellow Royal 354102-02 354102-04 254901-06 354102-08 Navy Purple Charcoal Orange

CARMODY MIDDLE SCHOOL Activity # Date FLAG FOOTBALL 353001-02 Aug 24-Oct 14

U7 Coed – Saturday Games Tue Thu 354103-01 Red 354103-05 Yellow 354103-02 Navy 354103-06 Charcoal 354103-03 354103-04 354103-07 354103-08 Green Purple Royal Orange U9 Coed – Saturday Games Mon Tue Wed 354104-01 354104-03 354104-05 Red Green Yellow 354104-02 354104-04 354104-06 Navy Purple Charcoal

Thu 354104-07 Royal 354104-08 Orange

CARA CROSS COUNTRY

Join the CARA Cross Country team to promote a fun and healthy lifestyle! Meets on weekends in various cities throughout September and October. Team T-shirt included. Ages: 6-14 $69 Resident, $85 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 351604-01 Aug 24-Oct 16 Tue, Thu, Sat 5-6:30pm CARM

CARA VOLLEYBALL

This is a coed league for all skill levels and abilities. Players will be placed on teams according to their skill level and ages during the first week of practices. Practice times will be between 4:15-6:15pm and will also be determined at the first week of practices. Practices will be twice a week and occasional Saturday tournaments. Ages: 7-18 Early Registration (before Aug 14): $125 Resident, $159 Nonresident Full Price as of Sunday Aug 15: $145 Resident, $179 Nonresident Grade Activity # Date Day Time Loc 2-4 351706-01 Aug 31-Nov 6 Tue, Thu 4:15-6:15pm CWRC 5-6 351706-02 Aug 31-Nov 6 Tue, Thu 4:15-6:15pm CWRC 7-8 351706-03 Aug 30-Nov 6 Mon, Wed 4:15-6:15pm CWRC 9-12 351706-04 Aug 30-Nov 6 Mon, Wed 4:15-6:15pm CWRC

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Day

Time

Tue, Thu

2:15-3:45pm

6/7th GRADE VOLLEYBALL 353001-04 Oct 18-Dec 15

Mon, Wed

2:15-3:45pm

8th GRADE VOLLEYBALL 353001-05 Oct 19-Dec 16

Tue, Thu

2:15-3:45pm

CROSS COUNTRY 353001-06

Mon, Wed

2:15-3:45pm

Day

Time

Tue, Thu

2:30-4pm

6/7th GRADE VOLLEYBALL 353002-04 Oct 18-Dec 15

Mon, Wed

2:30-4pm

8th GRADE VOLLEYBALL 353002-05 Oct 19-Dec 16

Tue, Thu

2:30-4pm

CROSS COUNTRY 353002-06

Mon, Wed

2:30-4pm

Day

Time

Tue, Thu

2:30-4pm

6/7th GRADE VOLLEYBALL 353003-04 Oct 18-Dec 15

Mon, Wed

2:30-4pm

8th GRADE VOLLEYBALL 353003-05 Oct 19-Dec 16

Tue, Thu

2:30-4pm

CROSS COUNTRY 353003-06

Mon, Wed

2:30-4pm

Aug 23-Oct 13

CREIGHTON MIDDLE SCHOOL Activity # Date FLAG FOOTBALL 353002-02 Aug 24-Oct 14

Aug 23-Oct 13

DUNSTAN MIDDLE SCHOOL Activity # Date FLAG FOOTBALL 353003-02 Aug 24-Oct 14

Aug 23-Oct 13

ALAMEDA INTERNATIONAL JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL Activity # Date Day Time FLAG FOOTBALL 353004-02 Aug 24-Oct 14 Tue, Thu 3:30-5pm 6/7th GRADE VOLLEYBALL 353004-04 Oct 18-Dec 15

Mon, Wed

3:30-5pm

8th GRADE VOLLEYBALL 353004-05 Oct 19-Dec 16

Tue, Thu

3:30-5pm

CROSS COUNTRY 353004-06

Mon, Wed

3:30-5pm

Aug 23-Oct 13


Older Adults, Ages 55+ MAH-JONGG

Learn the latest game craze, what those funny-looking tiles are all about, and how to make sense of the mah-jongg playing cards. All you need is a pen and paper. A handout of rules will be made available at the end of the first class. Eligible for 20% discount for RenewActive and SilverSneakers members. Participants need to attend the first day of class. Instructor: Thresa Arney $34 Resident, $38 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 880511-01 Sep 3-24 Fri 1-3:30pm CCC 880511-02 Oct 1-22 Fri 1-3:30pm CCC 880511-03 Oct 29-Nov 19 Fri 1-3:30pm CCC

ARTS ALTERNATIVE TECHNIQUE IN WATERCOLOR

Learn watercolor painting using a variety of alternative techniques. Some painting experience required. Bring your painting supplies to the first class. Supply list: palette with paints, brushes, water bowl, paper towels, sponge, spray bottle, 140 lb watercolor paper 1/4 sheet size, gatorboard or support, masking tape, drawing pencil, kneaded eraser, masking fluid and salt. This class is eligible for a 20% discount for RenewActive and SilverSneakers members. Instructor: Gail Firmin $58 Resident, $61 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 880518-01 Oct 19-Nov 9 Tue 1-3:30pm CCC 880518-02 Nov 30-Dec 21 Tue 1-3:30pm CCC

CREATIVE WRITING

Find your inner voice. Develop inspiration, motivation and confidence while gaining creative writing skills to reflect your own style. Topics will vary and will include composition, editing and reading. Bring your creativity and sense of adventure to explore these new techniques. Eligible for 20% discount for RenewActive and SilverSneakers members. Instructor: Troy Seate $39 Resident, $44 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 880510-01 Sep 8-Oct 13 Wed 1:30-3pm CCC 880510-02 Oct 27-Dec 8 Wed 1:30-3pm CCC (No Class Nov 24)

POTTERY – ALL LEVELS

Do you enjoy using your hands to create beautiful items? Learn to use the potter’s wheel and hand building techniques in the same class. Meet new friends as well! Glazes included. Additional cost of $17.50 for 25 pounds of clay and firing fees. Eligible for 20% discount for RenewActive and SilverSneakers members. Instructor: Carla Thorpe $82 Resident, $84 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 880517-01 Sep 14-Oct 26 Tue 9am-noon CCC 880517-02 Nov 2-Dec 14 Tue 9am-noon CCC

POTTERY – INTERMEDIATE

Do you enjoy using your hands to create beautiful items? Learn to use the potter’s wheel and hand building techniques in the same class. Meet new friends as well! Glazes included. Additional cost of $17.50 for 25 pounds of clay and firing fees. Eligible for 20% discount for RenewActive and SilverSneakers members. Instructor: Carla Thorpe $82 Resident, $84 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 880516-01 Sep 13-Oct 25 Mon 9am-noon CCC 880516-02 Nov 1-Dec 13 Mon 9am-noon CCC

SILVERSMITHING

For beginners. Sequential projects will bring a basic understanding of metal working. Advanced students will choose their own project and work at their own pace. Supply cost will be kept to a minimum. Eligible for 20% discount for RenewActive and SilverSneakers members. $99 Resident, $104 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 880515-01 Sep 14-Nov 30 Tue 1-4pm CCC 880515-02 Sep 24-Dec 17 Fri 1-4pm CCC (No Class Nov 26)

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Older Adults, Ages 55+ STAINED GLASS – ALL LEVELS

All levels welcome. Learn the copper foil and lead method of stained glass art. Learn glass identification, glass handling, cutting and how to choose your project. New students are encouraged to join the all-levels class. Instructor will discuss necessary supplies the first day of class. Eligible for 20% discount for RenewActive and SilverSneakers members. Instructor: Joan Paschall $82 Resident, $87 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 880514-01 Aug 17-Oct 5 Tue 9:15-11:45am CCC 880514-02 Oct 26-Dec 14 Tue 9:15-11:45am CCC

STAINED GLASS – INTERMEDIATE

Intermediate/advanced class. Learn the copper foil and lead method of stained glass art. Learn glass identification, glass handling, cutting and how to choose your project. This class is for students with experience with stained glass. Instructor will discuss necessary supplies the first day of class. Eligible for 20% discount for RenewActive and SilverSneakers members. Instructor: Joan Paschall $82 Resident, $87 Nonresident *$62 Resident, $67 Nonresident (7 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 880513-01 Aug 16-Oct 11 Mon 9:15-11:45am CCC 880513-02 Oct 25-Dec 13 Mon 9:15-11:45am CCC 880513-03 Aug 19-Oct 7 Thu 12:15-2:45pm CCC *880513-04 Oct 28-Dec 16 Thu 12:15-2:45pm CCC (No Class Sep 6, Nov11, Nov 25)

VIRTUAL JAPANESE BUNKA EMBROIDERY

Also known as Thread Painting, this needlework art form is done with a punch needle and unique rayon thread from Japan. This class is for students who have experience Japanese Bunka Embroidery, no new students at this time. Eligible for 20% discount for RenewActive and SilverSneakers members. $10 Resident, $10 Nonresident VIRTUAL Activity # Date Day Time Loc 880519-01 Sep 8-Oct 13 Wed 10am-noon CCC 880519-02 Oct 27-Dec 1 Wed 10am-noon CCC

DANCE BALLROOM DANCE

Learn the basics and beyond! The first four weeks will feature Fox Trot. Each following session will focus on a different popular ballroom dancing style in the following order: waltz, American tango, East Coast swing. Couples and singles are welcome. Eligible for 20% discount for RenewActive and SilverSneakers members. Instructor: Dianne Losasso $36 Resident, $38 Nonresident *$27 Resident, $29 Nonresident (3 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 880523-01 Sep 2-23 Thu 1:45-2:45pm CCC 880523-02 Sep 30-Oct 21 Thu 1:45-2:45pm CCC *880523-03 Oct 28-Nov 18 Thu 1:45-2:45pm CCC 880523-04 Dec 2-23 Thu 1:45-2:45pm CCC (No Class Nov 11, Nov 25)

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BELLY DANCE FOR OLDER ADULTS

This dance became popular in the 1960s and is still going strong today. Benefits of belly dance for older adults can be core strength, coordination and balance and fluidity. Wear clothes you are comfortable moving in. No need to show your belly if you do not want to. Eligible for 20% discount for the RenewActive and SilverSneakers members. Instructor: Dianne Losasso $36 Resident, $38 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 880524-01 Aug 27-Sep 17 Fri 10:30-11:30am CCC 880524-02 Sep 24-Oct 15 Fri 10:30-11:30am CCC 880524-03 Oct 22-Nov 12 Fri 10:30-11:30am CCC 880524-04 Nov 19-Dec 17 Fri 10:30-11:30am CCC

MOVE WITH THE BEAT (PREVIOUSLY CARDIO DANCE) Get moving with dance! Learn different dance styles each week. This class teaches you a series of fun steps throughout the class and culminates in a short dance routine. Styles include jazz, tap, line dancing, and even ballroom inspired steps. Eligible for 20% discount for RenewActive and SilverSneakers members. No partners needed! Instructor: Jessica Riggs $43 Resident, $45 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 880522-01 Sep 9-Oct 14 Thu 3-4pm CCC 880522-02 Oct 28-Dec 16 Thu 3-4pm CCC (No Class Nov 11, Nov 25) WESTERN LINE DANCE – ALL LEVELS

Dust off your boots and dance your way to better health! This class can help strengthen your muscles, develop better balance, improve brain power through memorization, and strengthen your bones with low impact movements for joints in motion. This all-levels class is for anyone. This class is eligible for a 20% discount for RenewActive and SilverSneakers members. Instructor: Jessica Riggs $58 Resident, $60 Nonresident *$44 Resident, $46 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 880520-01 Sep 7-Oct 26 Tue 2-3pm CCC *880520-02 Nov 9-Dec 14 Tue 2-3pm CCC

WESTERN LINE DANCE – INTERMEDIATE

Dust off your boots and dance your way to better health! This class can help strengthen your muscles, develop better balance, improve brain power through memorization, strengthen your bones with low impact movements for joints in motion. This class is for dancers with experience. Eligible for 20% discount for RenewActive and SilverSneakers members. Instructor: Jessica Riggs $43 Resident, $45 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 880521-01 Sep 10-Oct 15 Fri 1-2pm CCC 880521-02 Oct 29-Dec 10 Fri 1-2pm CCC


Older Adults, Ages 55+ DROP-IN ACTIVITIES

All drop-in activities require a payment of $2 for each meeting or the purchase of a passholder card. A passholder card is good for one year from the date of purchase and good for all drop-in activities. No fee for SilverSneakers® and RenewActive members. Passholder card: $30 Resident, $35 Nonresident

MONDAY

CLEMENTS MEN'S CLUB Men over age 55 are cordially invited to attend weekly meetings where fellowship and helping the community are important. Drop in and meet some new friends! Meets every Monday except holidays, 9-11 a.m.

CLEMENTS

COMMUNITY CENTER Lakewood.org/Clements 303-987-4820 • 1580 Yarrow St.

MAH-JONGG Experienced players are invited to come to play this ancient game. Meets every Monday except holidays, 12:15-4 p.m. RADIO CLUB Come join other amateur radio enthusiasts for a weekly discussion. Every Monday except holidays, 9-11 a.m.

WEDNESDAY

NEEDLECRAFT SOCIAL If you like to do handwork, share time with others and enjoy a comfortable, friendly atmosphere, please join us on Wednesday mornings. We cross-stitch, crochet, knit and tat. Meets every Wednesday except holidays, 9-11:30 a.m. WOODCARVING Join this group of talented woodcarvers and spend time together carving projects and socializing. Meets every Wednesday except holidays, 9-11:30 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m. TABLE TENNIS Follow the bouncing ball to a friendly game of table tennis. All experience levels are welcome. Meets Mondays and Wednesdays 1-4 p.m, except holidays and the third Monday of the month.

FRIDAY

FRIDAY AFTERNOON SOCIAL BRIDGE Contract bridge is played with a change of partners every four hands. You will meet a host of new friends with a strong common bond: the game of bridge. No partner necessary. Give it a try! Meets every Friday except holidays, noon-3:30 p.m.

FREE ACTIVITIES LOUNGE ACTIVITIES

The senior lounge is free and open for friendly board games or cards. Work on a needlecraft project or a jigsaw puzzle. A lending library of books and magazines is available as well as vending machines.

FOR AGES 55+ • In-person and virtual programs. • Drop-in activities.

SEWING GROUP This group makes items for nursing homes such as adult clothing protectors, walker bags and lap robes, plus layette items such as receiving blankets, gowns and pajamas. Donations of fabric and yarn are welcome. For more information, call Arlene at 303-986-7921. Meets every Tuesday except holidays, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

• Reachout office.

HORSESHOE PITS Clements Center has two horseshoe pits ready for action. Shoe rental is free. See the front desk to check out the equipment.

• Private rentals.

• VOA lunch dining and grab-and-go meals.

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Older Adults, Ages 55+ FITNESS & WELLNESS

Information: 720-963-5366 For more information on insurance-based membership (IBM) programs see page 5.

CHALLENGE LEVELS 1 .............. 2 .............. 3

BRAIN GYM

Basic moves Conversational pace

Increase clarity, coordination and memory with simple movements, games, exercises and activities. Improve reading and math, following calendar dates or instructions and remembering medications. Also, Fall prevention, improved speech. Come each week to see improvement. Eligible for 20% discount for RenewActive and SilverSneakers members. Instructor: Deb Smith $39 Resident, $41 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc 880512-01 Sep 17-22 Fri 9-10:30am CCC 880512-02 Oct 29-Dec 10 Fri 9-10:30am CCC (No Class Nov 26)

FITNESS COURT OLDER ADULT PULSE

Challenge Level 2-4 This class is designed for ages 55+. Pulse classes at the Fitness Court are a great way to increase strength, stamina, balance and coordination! In this class, you'll rotate through seven different stations for a total body workout. Each station can be modified for your fitness level and you'll enjoy the great scenery in Addenbrooke Park! Class is free for SilverSneakers, RenewActive, Silver & Fit and Senior All Access members. $42 Resident, $50 Nonresident Activity # Date Day Time Loc Fitness Court Older Adult Pulse-01 Sept 8-Oct 20 Wed 3-4pm ADDNP Fitness Court Older Adult Pulse-02 Sept 10-Oct 22 Fri 9:15-10:15am ADDNP Fitness Court Older Adult Pulse-03 Oct 27-Dec 15 Wed 3-4pm ADDNP Fitness Court Older Adult Pulse-04 Oct 29-Dec 17 Fri 9:15-10:15am ADDNP

..............

Basic + challenging moves Increased pace

4

..............

Challenging moves Challenging pace

SENIOR PILATES REFORMER

Challenge Level 2-3 This class is designed for older adult participants. Pilates is a series of non-impact exercises that will increase strength, flexibility and balance. Participants must be able to get on and off of the Reformer without assistance. $85 Resident, $98 Nonresident *$75 Resident, $88 Nonresident (6 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322205-01 Sep 13-Oct 25 Mon 10:45-11:45am CARM 322205-02 Sep 13-Oct 25 Mon noon-1pm CARM 322205-03 Sep 14-Oct 26 Tue 10:45-11:45am CARM 322205-04 Sep 14-Oct 26 Tue noon-1pm CARM 322205-05 Sep 15-Oct 27 Wed noon-1pm CARM 322205-06 Sep 16-Oct 28 Thu 10:45-11:45am CARM 322205-07 Sep 16-Oct 28 Thu noon-1pm CARM 322205-08 Sep 17-Oct 29 Fri noon-1pm CARM *322205-09 Nov 1-Dec 13 Mon 10:45-11:45am CARM *322205-10 Nov 1-Dec 13 Mon noon-1pm CARM *322205-11 Nov 2-Dec 14 Tue 10:45-11:45am CARM *322205-12 Nov 2-Dec 14 Tue noon-1pm CARM *322205-13 Nov 3-Dec 15 Wed noon-1pm CARM *322205-14 Nov 4-Dec 16 Thu 10:45-11:45am CARM *322205-15 Nov 4-Dec 16 Thu noon-1pm CARM *322205-16 Nov 5-Dec 17 Fri noon-1pm CARM

TAI CHI

QI GONG

Challenge Level 1-2 These energy cultivation movement patterns have been refined through thousands of years of popular practice. They are gentle meditative exercises that improve the flow of internal energy and promote health, vitality and a sense of balance. Qi gong is a good complement to any exercise routine for students of all abilities and capabilities. All SilverSneakers and Renew Active members get 20% off. $42 Resident, $50 Nonresident *$36 Resident, $44 Nonresident (6 weeks) **$31 Resident, $39 Nonresident (5 weeks) Activity # Date Day Time Loc 322221-01 Sep 13-Oct 25 Mon 3:30-4:30pm CCC 322221-02 Sep 16-Oct 28 Thu 3:30-4:30pm CCC *322221-03 Nov 1-Dec 13 Mon 3:30-4:30pm CCC **322221-04 Nov 4-Dec 16 Thu 3:30-4:30pm CCC

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For more tai chi classes see page 33. Reach a higher level of well-being with the flowing movements of this gentle mind-body exercise. Try tai chi to reduce stress, improve your balance and to gain a centered mind. All SilverSneakers and Renew Active members get 20% off. $42 Resident, $50 Nonresident *$31 Resident, $39 Nonresident (5 weeks) BEGINNER: Challenge Level 1-2 Activity # Date Day 322222-01 Sep 16-Oct 28 Thu *322222-02 Nov 4-Dec 16 Thu

Time 8:30-9:30am 8:30-9:30am

Loc CCC CCC

INTERMEDIATE: Challenge Level 1-3 Activity # Date Day 322223-01 Sep 16-Oct 28 Thu *322223-02 Nov 4-Dec 16 Thu

Time 9:45-10:45am 9:45-10:45am

Loc CCC CCC

ADVANCED: Challenge Level 2-4 Activity # Date Day 322224-01 Sep 16-Oct 28 Thu *322224-02 Nov 4-Dec 16 Thu

Time 11am-noon 11am-noon

Loc CCC CCC


Older Adults, Ages 55+ OLDER ADULT GENERAL ADMISSION CLASSES

CARMODY RECREATION CENTER Day

Time

Sept. 7 – Dec. 30

Monday

Classes are subject to cancellation or time change. Please preregister for all General Admission classes.

Tuesday

Virtual classes will be held via Zoom and access links will be sent by email one hour before class.

Wednesday

For other General Admission Classes see page 37. Thursday

COORDINATION & BALANCE

This class will assist older adults by improving mobility and balance. Participants will engage in progressive exercises that will challenge strength and improve stability. Individually paced and taught by a certified balance instructor.

ESSENTRICS Essentrics is based on eccentric strengthening which stretches the muscles then strengthens them in the elongated position creating a lean, toned body. This class helps to increase muscle strength and flexibility. Posture and form are emphasized. Class may be taken in bare feet. FIT FOREVER This class is a mixture of low-impact aerobics, strength and conditioning exercises, abdominal challenges and flexibility. Class is geared towards older adults, who want less stress on joints, combined with fun music and safe but beneficial exercises. SENIOR STRENGTH Class offers strength, endurance and balance exercises to enable older adults to enhance or maintain their muscles. Weights and exercise tubing are utilized to challenge participants. SILVER SNEAKERS CLASSIC® This class is designed to increase strength, range of movement, agility, balance and coordination and to improve participant's functional capacities, physical fitness level and sense of well-being. A chair is used for seated exercises, as well as a balancing tool. STRETCH

This class is an hour of stretching. This allows participants to do a variety of stretches for different muscle groups, using the extra time to hold the stretches longer for more benefit.

YOGA STRETCH This class uses yoga poses, modified to be done in a chair or using the chair for balance. Designed for older adults, movements are helpful to improve flexibility and balance. VIRTUAL Day

303-987-5423 Time

Class

Challenge Level

Friday

720-963-5360

Class

Challenge Level

8:45-9:45am

Fit Forever

1-3

10:30-11:30am

SilverSneakers®

1-3

7:15-8:15am

Stretch

1

10:30-11:30am

Fit Forever

1-3

8:45-9:45am

Fit Forever

1-3

10:30-11:30am

SilverSneakers®

1-3

7:15-8:15am

Stretch

1

10:30-11:30am

Fit Forever

1-3

8:45-9:45am

Fit Forever

1-3

10:30-11:30am

SilverSneakers®

1-3

CLEMENTS COMMUNITY CENTER Day

Time

Monday Tuesday Wednesday

303-987-4820

Class

Challenge Level

10-11am

Yoga Stretch

1-2

10:30-11:15am

Coordination & Balance

1-2

9:30-10:30am

Essentrics

2-4

8:30-9:30am

SilverSneakers®

1-3

10-11am

Yoga Stretch

1-2

10:30-11:15am

Coordination & Balance

1-2

Thursday

9:30-10:30am

Essentrics

2-4

Friday

8:30-9:30am

SilverSneakers®

1-3

GREEN MOUNTAIN RECREATION CENTER Day

Time

Class

303-987-7830 Challenge Level

8:30-9:30am

Essentrics

2-4

9:45-10:45am

Senior Strength

2-3

11am-noon

Yoga Stretch

1-2

10:30-11:30am

SilverSneakers®

1-3

8:30-9:30am

Essentrics

2-4

9:45-10:45am

Senior Strength

2-3

11am-noon

Yoga Stretch

1-2

Thursday

10:30-11:30am

SilverSneakers®

1-3

Friday

11am-noon

Yoga Stretch

1-2

Monday Tuesday Wednesday

Monday

11:15am-12:15pm SilverSneakers®

1-3

Tuesday

10:30-11:30am

Fit Forever

1-3

Day

Time

Class

Challenge Level

Wednesday

10:30-11:30am

SilverSneakers®

1-3

Tuesday

8:45-9:45am

SilverSneakers®

1-3

10:30-11:30am

Fit Forever

1-3

Wednesday

12:30-1:30pm

Essentrics

2-4

1-2pm

Coordination & Balance

1-3

Thursday

8:45-9:45am

SilverSneakers®

1-3

11:15am-12:15pm SilverSneakers®

1-3

Friday

12:30-1:30pm

Essentrics

2-4

Thursday Friday

LAKEWOOD LINK RECREATION CENTER

303-987-5400

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& PLAY

Parks

for all!

All residents should have access to the City of Lakewood’s programs and facilities, regardless of income. Apply for financial assistance online at Lakewood.org/LPF or at any Lakewood recreation center. Possibilities Fund scholarships are awarded based on household income, and a portion of the registration fee is always paid by the participant. Residents are eligible for up to $300 scholarship assistance per year, based on need and available funding. For more information, call or visit any recreation center or email Possibilities@Lakewood.org.

Todos los residentes deben tener acceso a los programas e instalaciones de la Ciudad de Lakewood, sin importar su situación económica. Solicite asistencia financiera en línea en Lakewood.org/LPF o en cualquier centro recreativo de Lakewood. Las becas “Fondos Posibilidades” se otorgan dependiendo de los ingresos de la familia. Los interesados siempre deben pagar parte del arancel de inscripción. Los residentes pueden recibir hasta $300 al año en subsidios de ayuda, según la necesidad y los fondos disponibles. Para más información, llamar o visitar cualquier centro recreativo o enviar un mensaje a Possibilities@Lakewood.org.

Lakewood.org/LPF