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DEERFIELD DIGEST

News and information about Deerfield Township

Mason Matters Keeping Mason residents in the know

Mason, Ohio: rated 7th BEST PLACE TO LIVE by Money magazine 2013

Out Is In

Celebrate National Parks & Recreation Month

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How To Register Clip & Save Guide Camp Lunch Packages Great Mason Chase

Premier Registration Begins May 23 See page 2 for registration details!

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How to Register Clip & Save Guide...................... 3 Camp Lunch Packages......................................... 7 Great Mason Chase................................Back Cover

INFANTS & TODDLERS SPORTS Gymnastics................................................ 16 SWIM ACADEMY Lessons...................................................... 18

PRESCHOOL (3-4 years) Special Events Parents’ Night Out........................................ 7 Parents’ Night Out PLUS............................... 7 ENRICHMENT Young Rembrandts...................................... 8 FITNESS/HEALTH Kids Korner Cardio Club.............................. 14 SPORTS Gymnastics................................................ 16 Tennis........................................................ 17 SWIM ACADEMY Lessons...................................................... 18

YOUTH (5-12 years) Special Events Parents’ Night Out........................................ 7 Parents’ Night Out PLUS............................... 7 CAMPS Camp Lunch Packages................................. 7 Dramakinetics Camp.................................... 7 ENRICHMENT Young Rembrandts...................................... 8 Chess Club................................................... 8 Teen Scene................................................... 9 FITNESS/HEALTH Parent & Youth Workout Time.................... 12 Partner Yoga.............................................. 12 Day of Dance.............................................. 13 Kids Korner Cardio Club.............................. 14 SPORTS Hershey Track and Field............................. 15 Gymnastics................................................ 16

Martial Arts............................................... 16 Running..................................................... 17 Tennis........................................................ 17 SWIM ACADEMY Lessons...................................................... 18

TEEN (13-17 years) ENRICHMENT Chess Club................................................... 8 Teen Scene................................................... 9 FITNESS/HEALTH Pre-Participation Physicals........................ 10 Fueling Your Body...................................... 11 Parent & Youth Workout Time.................... 12 Partner Yoga.............................................. 12 Hip Hop Ride & Dance................................ 12 Beach Body Competition........................... 12 Freedom Ride............................................ 13 Walk the Parks........................................... 13 Out Is In Ride............................................. 13 Candlelight Ride........................................ 13 Day of Dance.............................................. 13 Personal Training....................................... 13 Post Rehab................................................. 13 Warm Water Aquatic Training.................... 13 SPORTS Gymnastics................................................ 16 Martial Arts............................................... 16 Running..................................................... 17 Volleyball................................................... 17 Tennis........................................................ 17 SWIM ACADEMY Lessons...................................................... 18

ADULT (18 + years) SPECIAL EVENTS Father’s Day of Golf...................................... 5 Moonlight Fishing....................................... 6 Great Mason Chase........................Back Cover ENRICHMENT Successful Interview.................................... 8 Evening with the Experts............................. 9 Technology.................................................. 9 FITNESS/HEALTH Men’s Health Presentation......................... 10 Your Health Matters: Sun Protection.......... 10

registration Mason Community Center

Walk-in, online at www.imaginemason.org, or by phone at 513.229.8555 Registration Begins Premier members Open

ALL PROGRAMS

AQUATICS

Fri. May 23, 8 p.m. Tue. May 27, 8 p.m.

See page 19 for dates.

Registration Closes Varies – see listings

New to Community Center programs? Please obtain your user name and password from Member Services before registering online.

Myth Busters: Hydration............................ 10 Assessments & Screenings......................... 11 Nutrition.................................................... 11 Fitness Tip – Down to the Core.................. 11 Fitness Programs....................................... 12 Personal Training....................................... 13 Clinical Exercise.......................................... 14 Post Rehab................................................. 14 Warm Water Aquatic Training.................... 14 SPORTS Men’s Drop-in Basketball – NEW!.............. 15 Golf – Meet the Pro................................... 15 5K Run, Roll & Sun – Ad............................ 17 Tennis........................................................ 17 SWIM ACADEMY Adult Lessons............................................. 20 Swim Team................................................ 20

FAMILY SPECIAL EVENTS New Resident Coffee.................................... 5 Father’s Day of Golf...................................... 5 New Member Social..................................... 5 Scavenger Hunt in the Parks........................ 5 Sunshine Concert Series – Ad...................... 5 Out Is In – Parks & Recreation Month.......... 6 Fishing......................................................... 6 SPORTS Martial Arts............................................... 16 5K Run, Roll & Sun – Ad............................ 17

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Holiday Hours Independence Day July 4  •  6 a.m. – 12 p.m. Limited facility access. The fitness center, gymnasium, track, and locker rooms will be open. All other areas of the facility will be closed and regularly scheduled drop-in group exercise programs are cancelled. See page 13 for special drop-in programming.

The programs and events in CenterPoint are brought to you by the City of Mason, which operates the Mason Community Center. Mason Community Center 6050 Mason-Montgomery Road Mason, Ohio 45040 p 513.229.8555  f 513.229.8556 Recreation programs and facilities presented by the City of Mason are open to all citizens regardless of race, gender, color, religion, nationality, or disability, including those who live outside of Mason and those who do not have a community center membership. City of Mason is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to supporting the Americans with Disabilities Act. Please contact us if you require special accommodations.

PROGRAM FEES

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SPECIAL EVENTS

Father's Day of Golf Membership Perk!

New Resident Coffee

The Golf Center at Kings Island

Meeting Room

New to the area? Meet other new residents and learn more about the area at the monthly new resident coffee. Residents who recently moved to the City of Mason or the Mason City School District are invited. The coffee is hosted by Community Basket and is sponsored by the City of Mason and the Northeast Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce. Refreshments will be provided and tours of Mason Community Center will be included. Those in attendance will also receive a one-day family pass to Mason Community Center. Children are welcome. Day W W

Date 6/4 7/2

Time 10:30-11:30A 10:30-11:30A

Age All All

Fee Free Free

Say "Happy Father's Day" to a special man in your life and play a round together at The Golf Center at Kings Island. Community Center members: Call The Golf Center at Kings Island’s Pro Shop at 513.398.7700 to reserve a tee time between 12 and 2 p.m. on Sunday, June 15. Then pick up a coupon at the sym•bi•o•sis store at Mason Community Center to use on Father’s Day. Present the coupon in the pro shop for special pricing for 18 holes on the Grizzly course. Day Date Time Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS)* Su 6/15 12:00-2:00P All 6/8 $10 /$29 *Regular price is $39. Price includes cart. Subject to tee time availability. One coupon per household member.

New Member Social Activity Room A

Are you new to Mason Community Center or even a current member? This free program is the perfect opportunity to learn about everything that Mason Community Center has to offer, including online services, fitness and aquatics classes and open times, adult and youth enrichment, and special events. The New Member Social will help answer any questions you may have regarding your membership, such as how to register on-line or where the lost and found is. It’s a great opportunity to meet Mason Community Center staff and make new friends! Day Date W 6/18 W 6/18

Time 10:00-11:00A 6:30-7:30P

Age All All

Deadline Fee 6/11 Free to members 6/11 Free to members

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Scavenger Hunt in the Parks Mason Parks

July is National Parks and Recreation Month and “Out is In.” Step outdoors and enjoy some family fun with a free scavenger hunt that will help you explore Mason’s parks. Pick up your scavenger hunt list and park location guide at Mason Community Center. Then head outdoors for your scavenging adventure. After you finish, take your hunt list and the items you are asked to pick up along the way to Mason Community Center. Completed lists turned in before the end of the month will earn your choice of four daily admission passes to the outdoor Lou Eves Municipal Pool or a pack of coupons from local businesses. Happy hunting! Date 7/1-7/31

Age All

Deadline 7/31

Fee Free

Great Mason Chase Mason Community Center

The Great Mason Chase returns! Check the back page of CenterPoint for details on this community challenge. Join the fun to see what local businesses have dreamed up to challenge and delight you!

Looking for Mason Swim Academy? See page 18. To register, see page 2.    www.imaginemason.org    513.229.8555

Day Date Time Su 8/10 9:00-1:00P *Fee is per team of 2.

Age 12 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 8/3 $50 /$59 /$74 /$89* 780000-01

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Since 1985, July has been America’s official park and recreation month. In cooperation with the National Recreation and Park Association, the City of Mason will join other departments to celebrate with this year’s theme of “Out is In.” Together, let’s make 2014 the year Mason goes outside and gets involved in the community through parks and recreation. Here are some ways to help you celebrate being “out!” • Sunshine Concert Series – Enjoy these free concerts at 6 p.m. on Sundays beginning June 22. For a complete schedule, locations, and special activities for each concert, please see the Sunshine Concert Series listing on page 5 or visit www.imaginemason.org/things-to-do.

• Moonlight Fishing – Spend a night in the great outdoors at Pine Hill Lakes Park the night of July 11. Learn more below.

• Scavenger Hunt – Step outdoors and enjoy some family fun with a free scavenger hunt that will help you explore Mason’s parks. Details are on page 5.

•  C  elebrate America’s favorite pastime! Visit Mason Sports Park and Corwin M. Nixon Park for the Kings Island Baseball Invitational Tournament on July 3-6 or check out the Great American Baseball Championship at Mason Sports Park on July 8-13. Information on both can be found at www. ohioslargestplayground.com/sports.

• Walk the Park – Start a new healthy habit and walk through a new Mason park each Monday in July. A personal trainer will provide training tips and structured stretching sessions. See page 13 for registration information.

• Out Is In Ride - Embrace nature through the sights and sounds of the early evening in this outdoor stationary ride on July 11. See page 13 for details.

Along with the special program opportunities, there are ongoing opportunities to get involved in community events and with organized community groups like the Mason Parks & Recreation Foundation and the City of Mason’s Certified Emergency Response Team (CERT). Express your interest by completing a volunteer application, available at www.imaginemason.org/things-to-do/get-involved.cfm.

Moonlight Fishing

Family Fishing Derby

Enjoy fishing at the park after dark! Start as early as 6 p.m. and continue until 7:30 a.m. the next morning. All participants 10 years and older must have a current 2014 City of Mason fishing pass. Season and daily passes are available for purchase at the outdoor Lou Eves Municipal Pool until 8 p.m. and at Mason Community Center until 10 p.m. on Friday.

Families, you're invited to see who can catch the biggest fish at Pine Hill Lakes Park! Prizes will be awarded in different age groups to those who reel in the biggest catch. Featuring Fishing 101, Derby Competition, and other games, the Family Fishing Derby is fun for the whole family. Please bring your own pole and bait. One rod and reel per person, please.

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Date 6/14

Time 7:00A-12:00P

BAS: Basic pass holder

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MR: Mason resident

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Early Bird Special Online registration for Parents Night Out and Parents’ Night Out PLUS starts at 7:45 a.m. while phone registration starts at 8:00 a.m.

Parents' Night Out Premier Member Perk! Kids Korner Parents, enjoy a night out on the town while your children engage in a night full of fun at Mason Community Center. The evening will consist of themed programming and a pizza party sponsored by Westshore Pizza and Cheesesteaks of Mason. We ask that you please pack a snack and drink for each event. The program welcomes children 3 to 12 years of age. On the first Parents' Night Out of the month, children ages 6 and up will enjoy swim time while children under 6 will participate in preschool-themed activities. Please pack a swim suit and towel if your child will be swimming. Parents' Night Out is available to Premier Members only. Please stop at the Membership Services Desk to upgrade your membership if you would like to take part in this program and the many other benefits of premier membership. We ask that each family sign up for only one Parents' Night Out per month. Day Date Time Age Deadline Fee (PRE) Activity Sports Night: Wear your favorite sports jersey or T-shirt. Participants 6 and older will enjoy swim time. F 6/6 6:00-9:00P 3-12 5/30 Free 433806-01 Circus Night: Come Dressed as your favorite circus animal by wearing your favorite animal T-shirt or costume. F 6/20 6:00-9:00P 3-12 6/13 Free 433806-02 Dinosaur Night: Wear your favorite dinosaur T-shirt or bring your favorite dinosaur-themed toy. Participants 6 and older will enjoy swim time. F 7/11 6:00-9:00P 3-12 7/4 Free 433806-03 Reds Night: Wear your favorite Cincinnati Red’s jersey or T-shirt for a night of fun. F 7/25 6:00-9:00P 3-12 7/18 Free 433806-04

Parents Night Out PLUS Kids Korner

Parents Night Out PLUS will transform Mason Community Center into a fantastically fun night with activities for children 3 to 12 years old. Each evening has a specific theme with a “Mystery Contest” of the night, along with snacks, drinks, and pizza. All you need is your imagination, enthusiasm, and a smile! Day Date Time Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity Picnic Night: We’ll be eating our pizza outside, so bring your favorite picnic blanket. Make a summer craft and enjoy a movie at the end of the night. Sa 6/14 5:00-9:00P 3-12 6/7 $10 /$12 /$20 /$25 433800-01 Beach Party Night: Celebrate the beginning of the summer! Come dressed in your beach attire, and don’t forget to bring a towel. Participants will enjoy face painting, tattoos, beach-themed crafts, and a game of Beach Bingo. Sa 6/28 5:00-9:00P 3-12 6/21 $10 /$12 /$20 /$25 433800-02 Ice Cream Social: We’re celebrating National Ice Cream month with an Ice Cream Social! Along with ice cream there will be crafts and—of course—an ice cream cone race. Sa 7/19 5:00-9:00P 3-12 7/12 $10 /$12 /$20 /$25 433800-03

CAMPS Summer Camps

Camp Lunch Packages Meet Me on Main Cafe

Short on time? Each day at camp your child can enjoy a delicious lunch prepared by Mason Community Center's Meet Me on Main Café. Each meal will be ready for your child at sign-in and will contain a featured entree as well as a side snack, a juice box, and a cookie. Lunches on Fridays are specially made to stay fresh during field trips for Summer Fun camp. Weekly Menu Monday: Ham and Cheese Sandwich Tuesday: Prepackaged Cracker & Meat Tray Wednesday: Turkey & Cheese Sandwich Thursday: Prepackaged Pizza Tray Friday: Ham and Cheese Sandwich A peanut butter and jelly sandwich entrée alternative is available as a substitution for each day. Registration note: Please register by 8 a.m. on the day of camp. Day M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F *Fee is per day.

Date 6/9-6/13 6/16-6/20 6/23-6/27 6/30-7/3 7/7-7/11 7/14-7/18 7/21-7/25 7/28-8/1 8/4-8/8

Age 6-12 6-12 6-12 6-12 6-12 6-12 6-12 6-12 6-12

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR)* $5 /$6 /$7 /$8 $5 /$6 /$7 /$8 $5 /$6 /$7 /$8 $5 /$6 /$7 /$8 $5 /$6 /$7 /$8 $5 /$6 /$7 /$8 $5 /$6 /$7 /$8 $5 /$6 /$7 /$8 $5 /$6 /$7 /$8

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Dramakinetics™ Camp Meeting Room

Dramakinetics is all about creating yourself. During DK Summer Camp, you create performances using dance, drama, and singing to express yourself while having fun playing with friends. This inclusive performing arts program uses drama, music, and movement to foster independence, creative thinking skills, and empowerment. We keep the fun in function when it comes to learning and maintaining developmental skills. Day Date M-Th 6/30-7/3 *No Camp 7/4

Time 9:00-12:00P

Age 8-12

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 6/23 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150

Activity 333810-01

Summer Camp Registration Going on Now Don't miss the sun and fun at Mason Community Center! See our camps guide at www.imaginemason.org/things-todo/programs/camps.cfm for a complete listing of camps for kids from 3 to 15.

To register, see page 2.    www.imaginemason.org    513.229.8555

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ENRICHMENT ARTS & CRAFTS

Young Rembrandts® Drawing Classes Young Rembrandts focuses on teaching children to draw using demonstration and a structured step-by-step process. This method of directed drawing gives students instructions on how to draw increasingly complex images at a crucial time in their development. Through the process of weekly instruction, students are exposed to a wide variety of subject matter, artistic concept, art history, and mastery of their materials.

Pre-School Drawing Activity Room B From the depths of the ocean to a mesmerizing carousel, young artists will create colorful drawings that capture the spirit of summertime. A world of inspiration and art is at your child's fingertips. Day Date M 6/9-7/14 W 6/11-7/16 M 7/21-8/18 W 7/23-8/20 *No Class 6/30, 7/2

Time 5:00-5:45P 6:00-6:45P 5:00-5:45P 6:00-6:45P

Age 4-6 4-6 4-6 4-6

Deadline 6/2 6/4 7/14 7/16

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $60 /$71 /$89 /$107 $60 /$71 /$89 /$107 $60 /$71 /$89 /$107 $60 /$71 /$89 /$107

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Activity Room B Students will draw colorful illustrations of familiar desert critters, like the coyote and lizard. A detailed drawing of a Navajo blanket will challenge your student’s artistic sensibilities. Time 4:45-5:45P 4:45-5:45P

Age 6-12 6-12

Activity Room A Domestic critters are up to no good in this workshop, which includes one day of cartooning and two days of pastels. Students will create amazing, “I can’t-believe-I-drew-this” masterpieces. Imagine drawing a pattern-rich, poster-sized ice cream cone, triumphantly carried by a troop of ants! You won’t believe the results from this fun-for-all, skillenhancing workshop. No experience is necessary. Please wear an old shirt or smock to class each day. Day Date Tu-Th 7/15-7/17

Time Age 10:30A-12:00P 6-12

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 7/8 $51 /$60 /$75 /$90 431232-02

Personal Development

Chess Club Activity Room A

Elementary Drawing

Day Date W 6/11-7/16 W 7/23-8/20 *No Class 7/2

Culinary Mischief Workshop

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 6/4 $60 /$71 /$89 /$107 431202-01* 7/16 $60 /$71 /$89 /$107 431202-02

From first moves to checkmate, beginners and United States Chess Federation (USCF) rated chess players are welcome to join this club to play one of the world's greatest games. Beginners will learn the basic rules, moves, and strategies to win. Experienced players will have an instructor with USCF rating in the 1900's to help them improve their game strategy, discuss openings and end game theory, and give challenging training exercises. Each meeting, players will be paired off to play rounds with other students with similar ratings. This camp will end with an exciting and challenging tournament! Day Date W 6/4-6/25 W 7/9-7/30

Cartooning

Time 6:00-7:30P 6:00-7:30P

Grade K-12 K-12

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 5/28 $45 /$53 /$67 /$80 431600-01 7/2 $45 /$53 /$67 /$80 431600-02

Activity Room B It’s nothing but laughs with a Young Rembrandts cartoon drawing class. Your young artist will create amazing drawings that are inspired by the hot summer months. From cartoon characters trying to stay cool to a delightful sequence featuring fun with ice cream, children will illustrate humorous, detailed scenes. Day Date M 6/9-7/14 M 7/21-8/18 *No Class 6/30

Time 6:00-7:00P 6:00-7:00P

Age 7-13 7-13

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 6/2 $60 /$71 /$89 /$107 431206-01* 7/14 $60 /$71 /$89 /$107 431206-02

Junior Princess Workshop Activity Room A Everyone loves to play dress-up! In this 3-day workshop, students will learn to draw themselves in “glamour” wear. They’ll draw simple faces with crowns, hats, and accessories, then finish with a fashion show to unveil their final masterpieces. Pencils, colored pencils, and markers will be used. Day Date Tu-Th 6/17-6/19

Time 1:00-2:30P

Age 5-7

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 6/10 $51 /$60 /$75 /$90 431232-01

Successful Interview: Ways To Help Job Candidates Stand Out In 1 On 1 Interviews Meeting Room

Have an important interview coming up? Want to brush up on your interview skills? Join us for our informative and interactive interview workshop. Barry Polley has spent many years interviewing and hiring sales representatives as the District Sales Manager for AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals. This tailored experience will help you to develop and refine your interview skills. Day M W

Date 6/9 6/11

Time 1:00-3:00P 7:00-9:00P

Age 18 & up 18 & up

Deadline Fee 6/2 Free 6/4 Free

Activity 486113-01 486113-02

Bad weather? Call the weather hotline to check the status of your activity Programs: option 5 Field rainouts: option 6 513.229.8502 Swim team: option 7

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Evening with the Experts: Mental Health and Wellness Meeting Room

Mental Illness Q&A To celebrate the five-year anniversary of the Lindner Center of HOPE in Mason, join this open forum Q&A to find out everything you ever wanted to know about mental illness and now have the opportunity to ask. Forum participants will include experts in adult psychiatry, including medications, levels of care, the probate process, and more. Day W

Date 6/11

Time 6:30-7:30P

Age 16 & up

Deadline Fee 6/4 Free

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Stress and the Family System

Computer Basics Senior Center Lounge

Learn how to define key computer-related terms, navigate using the mouse, and turn the computer on and off properly. You will also learn the concept of Windows, having multiple windows open on your desktop at once, and working with files, folders, and Windows Explorer. Day Date Time Age Tu 6/10-7/1 10:00A-12:00P 18 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 6/3 $68 /$80 /$100 /$120

Beginning Internet Senior Center Lounge

Navigate browsers, web sites, web pages, and search engines while learning how to use the toolbar and functions of a web site. E-mail will also be discussed in depth.

Presented by Michael O’Hearn, MSW, LISW-S, Intake Coordinator, Adult Outpatient Services, Harold C. Schott Foundation Eating Disorders Program, and Clinical Director, Lindner Center of HOPE Center For Stress Related Disorders

Day Date Time Age Tu 7/8-7/29 10:00A-12:00P 18 & up

Learn the basics of the family systems theory and how stress impacts the functioning and physical wellness of individuals within the family system. Adaptive coping techniques to help reduce stress will be discussed.

Spyware and Anti-Viruses

Day Date W 7/9

Time 6:30-7:30P

Age 16 & up

Deadline 7/2

Fee Free

Activity 786100-08

TECHNOLOGY

Activity 441400-01

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 7/1 $68 /$80 /$100 /$120

Activity 441401-01

Senior Center Lounge

Learn simple tips and tricks that will help keep your computer from being exposed to the dangers of the Internet, including how to deal with pop-ups, avoiding viruses, and protecting your personal information.

Digital Photography

Day Date W 6/25

Time 10:00A-12:00P

Age 18 & up

Digital Photo 1

eBay Buying

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 6/18 $17 /$20 /$25 /$30

Activity 441411-01

Senior Center Lounge

Learn the many features of a digital camera while defining those strange terms such as megapixels, jpeg, tiff, resolution, optical versus digital zoom, compression, dpi, and compact flash versus secure digital memory. At the end of the course, you will be able to choose a digital camera that fits your needs. Day Date W 7/9

Time 10:00A-12:00P

Age 18 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 7/2 $17 /$20 /$25 /$30

Activity 441418-01

Digital Photo 2 This course will cover using the camera features and uploading, printing, and archiving the images. How many images will your memory card store? What does fully automatic mean? How do you control the resolution and depth of field aperture setting? Learn the answers in this class. Day Date W 7/16

Time 10:00A-12:00P

Age 18 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 7/9 $17 /$20 /$25 /$30

Activity 441419-01

Senior Center Lounge

Learn how to use your home computer to buy items on eBay. Electronics, cars, clothing, apparel, collectibles, sporting goods, digital cameras, and everything else are available on eBay, the world's online marketplace. Have you been looking for that one-of-a-kind item? Don't miss this informative hands-on class. Day Date W 6/11

Age 18 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 6/4 $17 /$20 /$25 /$30

Activity 441422-01

eBay Selling Senior Center Lounge

Learn how to use your home computer to sell items on eBay. Have fun selling everything quickly and easily. You must have an eBay account and know how to buy on eBay prior to this class. Day Date W 6/18

Digital Photo 3

Time 10:00A-12:00P

Time 10:00A-12:00P

Age 18 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 6/11 $17 /$20 /$25 /$30

Activity 441423-01

Learn to adjust the color and contrast, crop and resize the photo, save it in a variety of formats, and manage your database of images. Day Date W 7/23

Time 10:00A-12:00P

Age 18 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 7/16 $17 /$20 /$25 /$30

Activity 441420-01

Activity Room A

Digital Photo 4 This course will cover digital image manipulations. You will learn color adjustments, cropping, layering, retouching, distortion, blurs, and brush filters. Get the answers to all the questions you have about digital image processing. You must have taken Digital Photo 3 prior to attending this class. Day Date W 7/30

Time 10:00A-12:00P

Age 18 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 7/23 $17 /$20 /$25 /$30

Activity 441421-01

To register, see page 2.    www.imaginemason.org    513.229.8555

Ready, aim, fire! Bring your water gun for an evening of actionpacked combat and awesome water fights. Teams of two will compete in fun water challenges. Each team member must register to participate. Don’t have a teammate? We’ll pair you up. Required gear for all teams: water guns, water shoes, and swim wear. A team uniform/shirt is highly encouraged but not required. Day Date Time F 6/6 6:00-9:00P F 7/11 6:00-9:00P

Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 10-13 5/30 $10 /$12 /$15 /$18 14-18 7/4 $10 /$12 /$15 /$18

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FITNESS/HEALTH

Your Health Matters: Sun Protection

LIVE WELL IN MASON

Lou Eves Municipal Pool

Pre-Participation Physicals Mason Community Center

TriHealth Sports Medicine is offering high school pre-participation physicals on Saturday, June 14, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Mason Community Center. Any student-athlete entering grades 7 through 12 can take advantage of these comprehensive physicals. Please fill out the Ohio High School Athletic Association Preparticipation Physical Evaluation form, available at www.ohsaa.org/ medicine/PPE_2013-14.pdf. If you are under 18, this form needs to be signed by a legal parent or guardian. Day Date Time Grade Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Sa 6/14* 9:00-12:00P 7-12 6/14 $0 /$15 /$30 /$30 *Can't make this date? Head to TriHealth Pavillion on July 19. Price may vary.

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Men's Health Presentation

Do you know how to protect yourself from the sun? It’s never too soon to learn about sun protection. We will have sunscreen samples and UV beads to help demonstrate the sun's effects while you are outside and to help you know when to re-apply your sunscreen. Let us help you have a safe and happy summer. Day W

Time 10:00A-12:00P

Age All

Fee Free

Myth Busters: Hydration Meeting Room

We’re debunking the most common hydration myths! Informative displays will be set up all day in the entrance lobby of Mason Community Center. Staff will be available from 9 to 11 a.m. to answer your questions. Day W

Meeting Room

Date 6/11

Date 7/16

Time 9:00-11:00A

Age All

Fee Free

June is Men's Health Month! Join us for a presentation by a trainer who will address current men's health and health issues. Day W

Date 6/25

Time 11:00A-1:00P

Age All

Deadline 6/18

Fee Free

Activity 486114-01

Member Highlight

Lara Reynolds

Lara Reynolds has participated in a variety of programs at Mason Community Center since becoming a member over a year ago. As part of the “Better Your Body Bingo” program early this year, she wrote about what motivates her to keep exercising. Perhaps you’ll find some inspiration in her words.

Confident is the New Me

We’ve all heard the catch phrases that surround the ideas of health. “Skinny is the new Black”, and “Strong is the new Beautiful”. Here’s my version… "Confident is the New Me”. I don’t subscribe to the idea that I have to be skinny to be popular, strong to be attractive or anything else that the magazines try to sell. What I buy into is the belief that confidence in myself is what I need, period. I’m not saying that thin isn’t beautiful or strong isn’t attractive. I am saying that without confidence, skinny and strong are just that. Confidence makes you smile bigger, laugh harder and push yourself farther. Confidence allows you to accept the days when you just don’t feel like working out, or the meals that end in dessert. Confidence lets you forgive yourself for gaining a few pounds in the winter months, or

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not shaking the baby weight as quickly as you had hoped. Confidence has helped me to keep going to the gym even when I’m not seeing the results I want (because I know I’ll get there eventually!), to smile through workouts even when I’m exhausted, and to encourage others to join me in classes so they can experience what I do. With confidence, your skinny is skinnier, your strong is stronger and your potential is greater. So don’t call me skinny, strong, or pretty… just call me confident! Mason Community Center has played an essential role in getting me to this “confident” frame of mind. It started with Kids Korner, where I was given peace of mind every time I dropped my son off so I could enjoy a workout. He was (and still is!) given such excellent care and attention, has the opportunity to make new friends every day and is comfortable enough that I can confidently go into my workouts. I’ve become a group exercise junky as a result of some pretty great instructors who, from the beginning of my membership, have taken an active role in helping me to get back in shape. I’ve made friends with instructors who continue to push me and show me new ways to meet my goals, encourage me on the bad days and even check in on me when I miss a class. I’ve made friends with other patrons who introduce me to new classes and partner with me to make classes even more fun. I couldn’t ask for a better place to help me feel and be my best!

PRE: Premier pass holder

BAS: Basic pass holder

MR: Mason resident

NR: Non-resident


ASSESSMENTS & SCREENINGS

Fitness Assessments Fitness Center

Take the first step toward better health or track your fitness progress by taking baseline fitness tests and consulting with certified staff, and compare yourself to the national norm. Fitness evaluations include resting heart rate, blood pressure, body composition, muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardio respiratory fitness, and flexibility. Assessments are recommended every 3 to 6 months or at the start of an exercise routine to track fitness progress. A full assessment takes approximately one hour. Please wear gym shoes and shorts or comfortable pants. Pick up the appointment request form at Mason Community Center or at www.imaginemason.org/things-to-do/ programs/fitness-and-health/assessments-screenings.cfm. Age 15 & up *Up to 4 free assessments per year.

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Free* /$30 /$38 /$45

Know Your Numbers: Blood Pressure and Body Composition Checks Team Live Well in Mason offers free blood pressure and body composition testing by a personal trainer or registered nurse on the first Wednesday of each month. Stop by to keep a regular check on your numbers. Date 6/4 7/2

Time 9:00-11:00A 9:00-11:00A

Age 12 & up 12 & up

Fee Free Free

Nutrition Tips

Mason Community Center Registered Dietitian Miriam K. Jackobs will be at the center twice a week to answer your nutrition questions. Stop by for some quick and easy tips about proper food planning and nutrition. Time 10:45-11:45A

Age 15 & up

Fee Free to members

Fueling Your Body Meeting Room

Dawn Weatherwax, RD, CSSD, LD, ATC, CSCS will present and answer questions about athlete’s nutritional needs for specific performance goals and optimal health. Whether you are a conditioned athlete, gym rat, or a weekend warrior, bring your questions about performing better and lasting longer in sports through proper nutrition. Day Date Tu 6/17

Time 5:30-6:45P

Age 12 & up

Everyone loves a strong and slim midsection, right? “Let’s do some core work!” is a phrase used often in the gym to start work on the abdominal muscles. Core and abs go hand in hand, but there is more to the core than just abs. The “core” can be defined as the muscles that stabilize the spine and pelvis. To picture the core of your body, imagine seeing your body with your upper and lower extremities hidden. What’s left is your core. The abs, hips, and lower back are some of the muscles included in the core.

One of the biggest responsibilities of the core is to help with posture. Do you sit hunched over a desk all day? Training your core can prevent poor posture but can only do so much if you’re hunched over the keyboard for fortyplus hours a week. A good tip for people who sit at work is to stay tall through your upper body, keep your head up and your shoulder blades back whenever you start to feel yourself slouching. So how do you get a stronger core? Start by incorporating exercises that will address your core. My favorite exercise is the plank! I think I just heard people moan, but the plank helps develop strength in the core, shoulders, arms, and glutes. It’s a total body exercise in one movement!

NUTRITION

Day Tu,Th

by Steve Kranjc, Personal Trainer at Mason Community Center

The most important thing to know, however, is that every muscle relies on your core. It is the base of all movement and provides stability to the rest of the body. To get that toned midsection, each area needs to be addressed.

Member Lounge

Day W W

Down To The Core

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 6/10 $5/ $6/ $8/ $9

The good thing about a plank is that the longer you can hold a plank in place, the more resilient your lower back will be to injury. You can perform a plank anywhere. Just get into a pushup position on the floor. Your forearms should be flat on the floor and elbows bent at 90 degrees so that your shoulders are right over your elbows. The weight distribution should be equal from your toes to your forearms. The most important thing is to be in a straight line from head to feet. This will activate your core muscles and help you have a strong midsection. Oh wait—did I forget to mention the goal is to hold the plank for two minutes? Get out, go to the gym, and plank on!

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FITNESS PROGRAMS

Parent & Youth Workout Time Fitness Center

NEW SUMMER HOURS! 10 to 14-year-olds: Spend some quality time with Mom or Dad by working out in the Fitness Center every day of the week during your summer vacation. This is your chance to use the Precor cardiovascular equipment, Icarian selectorized weight equipment, exercise balls, and medicine balls in the Fitness Center during the hours listed. The Hammer Strength equipment will be open for use by 12- to 14-year olds during the listed times as well. Please note the following policies:

Partner Yoga Studio A

Take your practice to a deeper level of compassion, understanding, trust, and support. By dedicating time to your partner in this Hatha yoga program, your bond will strengthen and grow. Partners can range from best friends to relatives to married couples; all of whom will enjoy a unique bonding experience. Day Date Time Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) F 6/6 6:15-7:30P 10 & up 5/30 $10 /$12 /$15 /$18* *Fee is per person. **Program registration secures a spot in Parents’ Night Out.

Activity 421353-01**

•  A parent or legal guardian must accompany student(s) at all times. •  P  arent & Youth Workout Time is restricted to the Fitness Center only. •  M  ason Community Center staff reserves the right to ask for proof of age at any time. •  All Mason Community Center and Fitness Center policies apply. Day Any

Date 6/1-8/14

Time 1:00-5:00P

Age 10-14

Fee Free to members

Bodies in Balance: Water Leisure Pool

This medically-inclined approach to your water fitness program is ideal for those with arthritis, Parkinson's, fibromyalgia, discharged or Stage 3 Pulmonary Rehab, or any other joint issue that may benefit from exercise. By using the high resistance and low impact properties of water on your body, you can increase overall muscle strength, endurance, balance, and flexibility. This is a basic class for those starting an aquatic exercise program. Led by a certified athletic trainer, Bodies in Balance: Water is more rehab-based exercises compared to a traditional Water Fit class. Day Date Time M,W 6/2-7/2 9:00-10:00A M,W 7/7-7/30 9:00-10:00A *No Class 6/23-6/25

Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 18 & up 6/1 $64 /$76 /$95 /$114 18 & up 6/30 $64 /$76 /$95 /$114

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Bodies in Balance: Land Fitness Center

Bodies in Balance: Land is ideal for those who have arthritis, Parkinson’s, fibromyalgia, discharged or Stage 3 Pulmonary Rehab, balance issues, or any other joint pain. This is a basic class for those starting an exercise program or those who want to transition from aquatic exercises to a land-based program. The class is led by a certified athletic trainer and features more rehab-based exercises compared to a traditional fitness class. If you are looking for a medically inclined approach to your fitness program, this is the class for you. Day Date Th 6/5-7/3 Th 7/10-7/31 *No Class 6/26

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Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 18 & up 6/4 $32 /$38 /$48 /$57 18 & up 7/3 $32 /$38 /$48 /$57

Hip Hop Ride & Dance Studio C

Hip Hop beats are taking over the studios! This class will combine The Ride and hip hop dance. There’s nothing like your favorite hip hop jams to motivate you in a workout. End your cycling workout with funk-a-fied, easy-to-follow dance routines that will have you poppin’ all evening. No cycle or dance experience needed. Participants may register for one or both activities. Day Date Ride & Dance F 6/20 Ride Only F 6/20 Dance Only F 6/20

Time

Age

Deadline

Fee (PRE)

Activity

6:15-7:45P

13 & up

6/13

$15 /$18 /$23 /$27

421351-01

6:15-7:00P

13 & up

6/13

$10 /$12 /$15 /$18

421351-02

7:00-7:45P

10 & up

6/13

$10 /$12 /$15 /$18

421351-03

Beach Ready Competition Mason Community Center

Toned? Tight? Ready for the beach? Get your entire body ready for summer by joining us for the Beach Ready Competition! Beginning April 22, we will be holding special drop-in classes to prepare for the competition. These classes, called Competition Training, will get you ready for the competition on June 21. They will be held on Tuesdays from 6:45 to 7:30 p.m. and on Wednesdays from 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. You must be registered for the Beach Ready Competition to be eligible to participate in Competition Training. Competition Training is limited to the first 8 participants per class.* Day Date Time Age Sa 6/21 8:00-10:00A 15 & up Sa 6/21 10:00A-12:00P 15 & up *Drop-in group exercise fees apply.

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 6/14 $12 /$15 /$19 /$23 6/14 $12 /$15 /$19 /$23

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Activity 461605-01* 461605-02

PRE: Premier pass holder

BAS: Basic pass holder

MR: Mason resident

NR: Non-resident


PERSONAL TRAINING

Personal Training Fitness Center

Take the guesswork out of your workout and maximize your effort with the help of a Certified Personal Trainer. Our certified personal trainers will assess your current fitness level and coach you through an effective exercise program tailored to fit your needs. Mason Community Center offers a variety of training packages to cater to individual needs, no matter what the goal. Stop by the Membership Services desk for more information or call 513.229.8555 to get started!

Freedom Ride

Studio D (Outdoor Fitness Studio) Experience the freedom of being outdoors as you ride to music that celebrates the nation’s independence! Day F

Date 7/4

Time 8:00-9:15A

Age 13 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 6/27 $10 /$12 /$15 /$18

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Walk the Parks Mason Parks

Beat the heat and support national parks and recreation month with this early morning, self-paced walk featuring training tips and structured stretching sessions with a personal trainer. Each walk will have a predetermined route to allow you to work at your own level. For inclement weather, the walk will take place at the indoor track at Mason Community Center. Day M

Date Time 7/7-7/28 7:00-7:45A

Age 13 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 6/30 $12 /$15 /$19 /$23

Activity 421356-01

Out Is In Ride

Studio D (Outdoor Fitness Studio) Embrace nature through the sights and sounds of the early evening as you climb mountains and speed through flats in this outdoor stationary ride. Day Date Time Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) F 7/11 6:15-7:30P 13 & up 7/4 $10 /$12 /$15 /$18 *Program registration secures a spot in Parents’ Night Out.

Activity 421352-01*

Candlelight Ride Studio C

Unwind this evening in a serene atmosphere. This ride will offer a mind-body connection with inspirational music, light, and mantras. Experience a great aerobic and cathartic workout in this unique class setting. Day Date Time Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) F 7/25 6:15-7:30P 13 & up 7/18 $10 /$12 /$15 /$18 *Program registration secures a spot in Parents’ Night Out.

Activity 421354-01*

30-Minute Personal Training Packages Individual One 30-Minute Session: Six 30-Minute Sessions: Twelve 30-Minute Sessions:

Premier $30 $162 $316

Basic $36 $191 $372

Non-Member $54 $241 $422

Partner One 30-Minute Session: Six 30-Minute Sessions: Twelve 30-Minute Sessions:

Premier $45 $243 $475

Basic $53 $286 $559

Non-Member $80 $336 $609

Small Group Training – 3 participants* One 30-Minute Session: Six 30-Minute Sessions: Twelve 30-Minute Sessions:

Premier $17 $92 $180

Basic $20 $108 $212

Non-Member $30 $162 $317

Small Group Training – 4 participants* One 30-Minute Session: Six 30-Minute Sessions: Twelve 30-Minute Sessions: *Fees are per participant

Premier $13 $71 $138

Basic $15 $81 $159

Non-Member $23 $125 $243

1-Hour Personal Training Packages Individual One 1-Hour Session: Six 1-Hour Sessions: Twelve 1-Hour Sessions:

Premier $50 $270 $528

Basic $59 $318 $622

Non-Member $89 $368 $672

Partner One 1-Hour Session: Six 1-Hour Sessions: Twelve 1-Hour Sessions:

Premier $75 $405 $405

Basic $89 $477 $477

Non-Member $134 $527 $527

Small Group Training – 3 participants* One 1-Hour Session: Six 1-Hour Sessions: Twelve 1-Hour Sessions:

Premier $34 $184 $360

Basic $39 $211 $412

Non-Member $59 $319 $624

Small Group Training – 4 participants* One 1-Hour Session: Six 1-Hour Sessions: Twelve 1-Hour Sessions: *Fees are per participant

Premier $25 $135 $264

Basic $29 $157 $307

Non-Member $44 $238 $465

Ask about our large group training or private group exercise classes.

Day of Dance

Clinical Exercise Program

Studio A

Embrace dance as a fun, positive way to maintain good health by participating in the National Day of Dance established by the So You Think You Can Dance crew. Participants have the option to choose from one or two hours of grooving fun led by the Mason Community Center dance team. Day Sa Sa Sa

Date 7/26 7/26 7/26

Time 10:30-11:30A 11:30A-12:30P 10:30A-12:30P

Age 10 & up 10 & up 10 & up

Deadline 7/19 7/19 7/19

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $10 /$12 /$15 /$18 $10 /$12 /$15 /$18 $15 /$18 /$23 /$27

Activity 421355-01 421355-02 421355-03

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Fitness Center

Our clinical exercise program is designed by a certified athletic trainer for those who are looking for a more medically based exercise program. Through the various services the community center offers—the fitness floor, track, and warm water therapy pool—the certified athletic trainer will design a personalized exercise prescription to ensure your safe return to exercise and activity. Please contact the Wellness Supervisor for more information at 513.229.8555. Session Package* Premier Basic 1 Session $51 $60 4 Sessions $173 $204 8 Sessions $326 $384 *A note or referral from your physician will be required before sessions begin.

Non-Member $90 $254 $434

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Post Rehab

Warm Water Aquatic Training

The Bethesda Post Rehabilitation Program helps recently discharged physical therapy patients transition into their own personal fitness routine. Program participants work with a Certified Athletic Trainer who has access to their medical history, including any precautions or restrictions. By having a working knowledge of the participant's medical history, the trainer is able to tailor a fitness regimen specific to an individual's needs. Goals of the post rehab program include improving strength and range of motion, as well as providing pain relief.

Are you an athlete that is injured or unable to perform due to a past injury? Sign-up for Warm Water Aquatic Training! The Hydroworx Warm Water Pool features a built-in, powered aquatic treadmill that smoothly accelerates from .1 to 8.5 mph. Users are able to correctly simulate land-based walking, running, or sports-specific activities without the bodyweight and joint impact experienced on land. The benefits of aquatic treadmills include:

Fitness Center

Leisure Pool

Participants meet one day a week for the first four weeks and then one day every other week for the remaining six to eight weeks. In addition to the guidance provided by the Certified Athletic Trainer, the 12-week Post Rehab Program offers full membership privileges at Mason Community Center. To continue their commitment to an active and healthy lifestyle, graduates of the Bethesda Post Rehab Program may take advantage of special discounts and incentives to transition to a regular community center membership if they were not members at the time they began post rehab. GETTING STARTED To be eligible for participation in the Post Rehab program: - Apply at the Mason Community Center Customer Service Desk within 60 days of completing rehabilitation - Obtain completed release forms from a physician and therapist

•  Early initiation of gait training in a low impact environment •  Replication of the proper biomechanics of land-based movements •  Improved cardiovascular stamina •  Increased healing and strengthening of injured tissue •  Reduction in blood pressure levels •  Reduction in joint stiffness 30-Minute Session Packages Two 30-Minute Session: Eight 30-Minute Sessions: Sixteen 30-Minute Sessions:

Age 12 & up 12 & up 12 & up

Premier $51 $173 $326

Basic $60 $204 $384

Non-Member $90 $254 $434

Age 12 & up 12 & up 12 & up

Premier $51 $173 $326

Basic $60 $204 $384

Non-Member $90 $254 $434

1-Hour Session Packages

- Pay program fees listed below You will then be contacted by the Certified Athletic Trainer to begin the Post Rehab program. Email fitness@masonoh.org for more information. Age 15 & up

•  Early promotion of range of motion

One 1-Hour Session: Four 1-Hour Sessions: Eight 1-Hour Sessions:

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $280 /$330/ $330 /$330

    in Kids Korner! Cardio Club! Older children who visit Kids Korner this summer from 9 a.m. to noon, Monday through Friday, will have the opportunity for some active group play at the gymnasium, field house, or outdoor play area. Cardio Club will introduce your kids to a variety of sports and games. Because they’ll be having fun, they’ll never realize that they are building coordination, balance, and confidence while they play. Cardio Club is free to all children ages 3 to 12 who visit Kids Korner this summer during the Cardio Club hours.

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PRE: Premier pass holder

BAS: Basic pass holder

MR: Mason resident

NR: Non-resident


SPORTS

BASKETBALL

Men's Drop-In Basketball Gymnasium

This open play during designated drop-in basketball times is for males 18 years of age and older. Members: register once and you will be eligible for free play during the designated times as long as your membership remains active. Non-members: registration is good for the selected drop-in date only and the fee to participate is $5 per 2-hour open play. Drop-in times basketball begins June 2 and times will be will be on Monday’s and Wednesdays from 5pm to 7 p.m. and on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Drop-In Basketball will begin on June 2, 2014 and run all year. Day Date Members M,W,Sa 6/2-12/31 Non-Members M,W,Sa 6/2-12/31

Time

Age

Fee

Activity

Varies

Men, 18 & up Free

722200-01

Varies

Men, 18 & up $5

722200-02

Golf

Meet The Pro Like many professional golfers, Marianne began playing golf when she was young. Her dad got her started when she was just eight years old. She went on to play for Middletown High School and the University of South Carolina. In the late 1980s, Marianne played the mini-tours in Florida until she qualified for the LPGA tour in 1990. She continued on the LPGA tour until 2006.

Coming: Mason Youth Basketball It’s almost time to start gearing up for the 2014-2015 Mason Youth Basketball season. This league offers basketball play for children in grades 1 through 12 who are residents of the Mason City School District. Registration will begin toward the end of July and continue into September. Please watch for the August/September CenterPoint for pricing, deadlines, and important dates. We look forward to sharing another fun-filled season of basketball with you again this year.

Marianne came to The Golf Center at Kings Island in the spring of 2008 and has been there for the main golf season each year since then. It has been interesting to her to learn the “other side” of tournaments – participating as an organizer rather than a golfer. She gets even more enjoyment out of teaching and passing on the knowledge she has gained during her career to both young golfers and adults looking to improve their game. Marianne likes to “keep it simple” by focusing on the basics—grip, stance, and posture. She loves to talk about the golf swing and how it works. Her goal is to build a golfer’s knowledge of playing the shot with the greatest amount of success and the least amount of risk. “A solid short game can go a long way to lowering scores,” she says. To see how she can help you improve your game, call the pro shop at 513.398.7700. A 40-minute lesson is $50. PGA Professional

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Beginners

GYMNASTICS

Gymnastics Multipurpose Room

The City of Mason is pleased to offer state-of-the-art facilities for gymnastics programs. Our 8,200 square foot gymnasium area is complete with tumbling tracks, a table vault, and a Resi-Pit-lined gymnastics pit. Students are able to participate recreationally or move on to the competition level with Mason Community Center’s own Mason Twisters. Make-up classes will be scheduled only if the facility is closed for weather or maintenance. The make-up class will be the corresponding day of the week after the last scheduled class.

Mom and Me This parent and child class will help develop your child's basic motor skills through jumping, skipping, hopping, running and rolling. You will use beams, wedges, and mats to engage your child through structured play. Day Date M 6/16-7/7 Tu 6/17-7/8 Sa 6/21-7/19 *No Class 7/5

Time 10:00-10:30A 10:30-11:00A 10:00-10:30A

Age 18mo-3yrs 18mo-3yrs 18mo-3yrs

Deadline 6/9 6/10 6/14

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $28 /$33 /$42 /$50 $28 /$33 /$42 /$50 $28 /$33 /$42 /$50

Activity 432360-01 432360-02 432360-03*

Designed just for 3-year olds, your child will learn to follow directions without the assistance of a parent and focus on basic gymnastics skills such as forward rolls, backward rolls, headstands, and backbends. He or she will also work on circuit training and be introduced to the vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor. Time 10:30-11:15A 11:00-11:45A 10:45-11:30A 10:30-11:15A

Age 3 3 3 3

Deadline 6/9 6/10 6/13 6/14

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $28 /$33 /$42 /$50 $28 /$33 /$42 /$50 $28 /$33 /$42 /$50 $28 /$33 /$42 /$50

Activity 432369-01 432369-02 432369-03* 432369-04*

Jumping Jacks Your child will improve gross motor skills, flexibility, and coordination through circuit training and will have the opportunity to put the skills together to form a small routine. He or she will also be introduced to the vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor. Day Date M 6/16-7/7 W 6/18-7/9 W 6/18-7/9 Th 6/19-7/10 F 6/20-7/18 F 6/20-7/18 Sa 6/21-7/19 *No Class 7/4, 7/5

Time 4:00-5:00P 10:00-11:00A 4:00-5:00P 10:00-11:00A 9:45-10:45A 5:00-6:00P 11:15A-12:15P

Age 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5

Deadline 6/9 6/11 6/11 6/12 6/13 6/13 6/14

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $36 /$43 /$54 /$65 $36 /$43 /$54 /$65 $36 /$43 /$54 /$65 $36 /$43 /$54 /$65 $36 /$43 /$54 /$65 $36 /$43 /$54 /$65 $36 /$43 /$54 /$65

Activity 432372-01 432372-02 432372-03 432372-04 432372-05* 432372-06* 432372-07*

Sassy Sixes and Sevens Students will work on gymnastics drills, conditioning, and routines similar to those introduced in the Beginners and Advanced Beginners classes and continue to improve on basic gymnastic skills, flexibility, and strength. Day Date M 6/16-7/7 Tu 6/17-7/8 W 6/18-7/9 F 6/20-7/18 Sa 6/21-7/19 *No Class 7/4, 7/5

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Time 5:00-6:00P 5:00-6:00P 6:00-7:00P 6:00-7:00P 12:15-1:15P

Day M Tu W Th

Date 6/16-7/7 6/17-7/8 6/18-7/9 6/19-7/10

Time 6:00-7:00P 6:00-7:00P 5:00-6:00P 7:30-8:30P

Age 6-7 6-7 6-7 6-7 6-7

Deadline 6/9 6/10 6/11 6/13 6/14

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $36 /$43 /$54 /$65 $36 /$43 /$54 /$65 $36 /$43 /$54 /$65 $36 /$43 /$54 /$65 $36 /$43 /$54 /$65

Activity 432371-01 432371-02 432371-03 432371-04* 432371-05*

Age 8-17 8-17 8-17 8-17

Deadline 6/9 6/10 6/11 6/12

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $36 /$43 /$54 /$65 $36 /$43 /$54 /$65 $36 /$43 /$54 /$65 $36 /$43 /$54 /$65

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Invitation Only Classes Please note: Invitation to the following classes is at the gymnastics coach’s discretion.

Advanced Sassy Sixes and Sevens

Younger students who are ready for more advanced gymnastics skills may be invited by their instructor to practice in this class. Students will work on more advanced routines on the vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor. This class meets from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursdays. Day Date Tu,Th 6/17-7/10

Tiny Tumblers

Day Date M 6/16-7/7 Tu 6/17-7/8 F 6/20-7/18 Sa 6/21-7/19 *No Class 7/4, 7/5

Introduce your child to the world of gymnastics. Students will learn basic gymnastics skills on the floor, uneven bars, balance beam, and vault. Your child will then learn to put the skills together to form a routine. Conditioning and flexibility are also introduced at this level.

Time varies

Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 6-7 6/10 $74 /$88 /$110 /$132

Activity 432367-01

Prep Team

Gymnasts who want to move on to the competitive level will train 3 to 4 hours per week, and be introduced to Advanced Beginner and competitive routines. Day M Tu W Th

Date 6/16-7/7 6/17-7/8 6/18-7/9 6/19-7/10

Time 7:00-8:00P 7:00-8:00P 7:00-8:00P 7:00-8:00P

Age 6-7 6-7 6-7 6-7

Deadline 6/9 6/10 6/11 6/12

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $44 /$52 /$65 /$78 $44 /$52 /$65 /$78 $44 /$52 /$65 /$78 $44 /$52 /$65 /$78

Activity 432373-01 432373-02 432373-03 432373-04

Advanced Beginners

Students in this class have some gymnastics experience and have mastered the basic Beginner skills. This class will provide a greater challenge to students on the floor, uneven bars, balance beam, and vault. Day Date Time Age M,Tu 6/16-7/8 6:30-7:30P 8-17

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 6/9 $44 /$52 /$65 /$78

Activity 432381-01

MARTIAL ARTS

Tae Kwon Do Beginner Meeting Room

Tae Kwon Do is a well-balanced Korean martial art that specializes in kicking skills. No previous experience is necessary for this class. Adults, teens, and children will train together in a family-oriented program. Parents of all participants under the age of 13 are asked to remain on site during class. Please note: A Tae Kwon Do uniform is not required for participation in this class. A uniform may be required for any participants who would like to enjoy this program long-term. Day Date Tu,Th 6/3-6/26 Tu,Th 7/8-7/31

PRE: Premier pass holder

Time 6:30-7:30P 6:30-7:30P

Age 5 & up 5 & up

BAS: Basic pass holder

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 5/27 $39 /$46 /$58 /$69 7/1 $39 /$46 /$58 /$69

MR: Mason resident

Activity 411100-01 411100-02

NR: Non-resident


RUNNING

TENNIS

Youth Running Club

Tennis

This successful outdoor running program will teach your child the basic techniques for a fulfilling lifetime hobby. The City of Mason is hosting this co-ed program designed to develop teamwork, self-discipline, sportsmanship, and goal achievement through running. All participants will train to complete a 5K run and are invited to participate in the Powder Keg 5K Trail Run in August with their family and friends to showcase their accomplishment. Beginners to advanced runners are encouraged to participate. Sessions will be outdoors except in the case of severe weather.

Tennis programs are provided for juniors and adults. Junior classes will follow the "games" approach to learning tennis. Classes will be half traditional stroke work and half focused on rallying skills. To teach rallying, the class will use bigger balls, fewer court lines, and multiple ball bounces to help kids play "real tennis" before they acquire all the racquet skills needed to play sets. Players will learn ball striking skills, scoring, rallying skills, and basic strategy—all in a fun, stimulating environment.

Corwin M. Nixon Park

Day M,W

Date 6/9-7/30

Time Age 9:30-10:30A 9-15

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 6/7 $80 /$95 /$119 /$143

Heritage Oak Park

Activity 436523-01

There is no make-up for classes missed by the participant. In case of inclement weather conditions, lessons will be hosted in the Field House at Mason Community Center. Please call the City of Mason hotline at 513.229.8502 and select option 5 to hear program delays or relocations due to weather.

Pee Wees This class is for beginners. Most enrollees will have little to no tennis experience. Day M Tu Sa M Tu Sa

Date 6/9-6/30 6/3-6/24 6/7-6/28 7/7-7/28 7/1-7/22 7/5-7/26

Time 10:00-11:00A 6:00-7:00P 10:00-11:00A 10:00-11:00A 6:00-7:00P 10:00-11:00A

Age 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5

Deadline 6/7 6/1 6/5 7/5 6/29 7/3

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69

Activity 432112-01 432112-02 432112-03 432112-04 432112-05 432112-06

Future Stars Future Stars are just beginning to play from the baseline. This program will follow the "games" approach to learning tennis. Day M Tu Th Sa M Tu Th Sa

Date 6/9-6/30 6/3-6/24 6/5-6/26 6/7-6/28 7/7-7/28 7/1-7/22 7/3-7/24 7/5-7/26

Time 9:00-10:00A 7:00-8:00P 6:00-7:00P 11:00A-12:00P 9:00-10:00A 7:00-8:00P 6:00-7:00P 11:00A-12:00P

Age 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8

Deadline 6/7 6/1 6/3 6/5 7/5 6/29 7/1 7/3

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69

Activity 432113-01 432113-02 432113-03 432113-04 432113-05 432113-06 432113-07 432113-08

Junior Champs These children are beginners or graduates from Future Stars. They are comfortable serving and playing from the baseline and beginning to rally. Day Th Sa Th Sa

Gymnasium B

Keep in touch with your friends this summer with co-ed teen volleyball. Create your own team of 6 players (3 girls and 3 boys per team) and sign up to play twice a week in June. If you prefer, you can sign up individually and meet some new players. Teams will play at least two games per week on indoor courts at Mason Community Center. Games will be refereed. The league will end with a competition to see who the league champs are. Challenge yourself and your team to win the championship prize! Each team will be given league 6 T-shirts. Time 5:00-9:00P 5:00-9:00P

Age 7-13 7-13 7-13 7-13

Deadline 6/3 6/5 7/1 7/3

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69

Activity 432114-01 432114-02 432114-03 432114-04

This class is for students who are beginning to play sets. They can hit six of ten serves in from the baseline and can rally five balls in a row with a partner from the baseline.

Co-Ed Teen Volleyball

Date 6/9-7/2 6/9-7/2

Time 7:00-8:00P 12:00-1:00P 7:00-8:00P 12:00-1:00P

Advanced Beginner/Intermediate

VOLLEYBALL

Day M,W M,W

Date 6/5-6/26 6/7-6/28 7/3-7/24 7/5-7/26

Age 14-17 14-17

Deadline Fee 5/28 $180 per team 5/28 $30 per individual

Activity 422000-01 422000-02

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Day Th Sa Th Sa

Date 6/5-6/26 6/7-6/28 7/3-7/24 7/5-7/26

Time 8:00-9:00P 12:00-1:00P 8:00-9:00P 12:00-1:00P

Age 10-18 10-18 10-18 10-18

Deadline 6/3 6/5 7/1 7/3

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69

Activity 432115-01 432115-02 432115-03 432115-04

Adult Beginners This class will focus on basic stroke work, rallying skills, and learning how to play sets. Day Date Tu 6/3-6/24 Tu 7/1-7/22

Time 8:00-9:00P 8:00-9:00P

Age 16 & up 16 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 6/1 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69 6/29 $44 /$50 /$59 /$69

Activity 432116-01 432116-02

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Signing Up For An Assessment Is Easy powered by Group swim lessons are for children 3 to 17 years old. To help you plan around summer activities, two sessions for children are offered during the summer. Adults interested in swim lessons are invited to register for adult group, private, or semi-private lessons. All lessons are held in the Leisure Pool unless otherwise noted.

Infant Water Safety The goal of this private, one-on-one lesson is to promote a positive response to the water environment and teach your 6- to 24-month old baby to float on his or her back and get a breath of air. The emphasis is on water adaptation and training children to react in a constructive manner should they find themselves in water accidentally. A coach will work with your child in the water. PLEASE NOTE: Completion of this class does not mean your child is water-safe. Adult supervision is still required whenever you child is around water. Completing this class may, however, provide you with some extra moments should an accident occur. Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $90 /$106 /$131 /$156 Please call 513.229.8555, extension 5510, to schedule your class.

Swim Tots In this parent-assisted class, your 6- to 36- month old child will become acclimated to the aquatic environment. Children in diapers must wear swim diapers or securely fitted pants. Please come prepared to accompany your child in the water. Once-a-week lessons Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $31 /$37 /$47 /$56

Level 2 Prerequisite: Pass current Mason Swim Academy Level 1 assessment displaying the ability to do ten relaxed bobs while blowing bubbles with the mouth and nose. Your child will learn to glide on front and back in a streamline position. Students will advance when they can push off the wall and glide on their front and back for five seconds in a streamline position. Once-a-week lessons Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $34 /$40 /$50 /$60 Twice-a-week lessons Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $68 /$80 /$100 /$120

Level 3 Prerequisite: Pass current Mason Swim Academy Level 2 assessment displaying the ability to do 10 relaxed bobs and push off the wall and glide on front and back for five seconds in a streamline position. Your child will be introduced to streamline kicking on front and back. Students will advance when they can streamline kick on their front and back for 15 feet. Once-a-week lessons Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $34 /$40 /$50 /$60 Twice-a-week lessons Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $68 /$80 /$100 /$120

Twice-a-week lessons Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $62 /$73 /$92 /$110

Level 4

Level 1 w/Parent Prerequisite: Three years old. Some children need a little extra reassurance when first introduced to swim lessons. This parent/child class will do just that. Working with the coach, you will assist your child in learning the Swim Academy Level 1 skills. With your help, your child will learn to put his or her face in the water and blow bubbles. The class is geared toward slowly acclimating your child to the aquatic environment without parental assistance. Please come prepared to accompany your child in the water. Once-a-week lessons Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $34 /$40 /$50 /$60

Prerequisite: Pass current a Mason Swim Academy Level 3 assessment displaying the ability to do 10 relaxed bobs, push off the wall and glide on front and back for 5 seconds, and streamline kick on front and back for 15 feet. Your child will begin side gliding and the front crawl stroke. Students will advance when they can side glide for 20 feet and front crawl with no breathing for 20 feet. Once-a-week lessons Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $34 /$40 /$50 /$60 Twice-a-week lessons Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $68 /$80 /$100 /$120

Level 5/6

Level 1 Prerequisite: Three years old and comfortable in the group class setting without a parent. A swim assessment is not required to enter Level 1 lessons. Working with the coach, your child will learn to put his or her face in the water and blow bubbles. Students will advance to the next level when they can do ten relaxed bobs. To participate in this class, your child must be comfortable in the group class setting without a parent. If you register and the first class is difficult, we will transfer your enrollment to a Level 1 w/ Parent class. Once-a-week lessons Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $34 /$40 /$50 /$60

New swimmers or swimmers who have not taken lessons for the past two sessions: Please call 513.229.8555, extension 5510, to make an appointment for a free evaluation and placement session before registering. All new swimmers must participate in a free evaluation and placement session before registering above Level 1.

Prerequisite: Pass current Mason Swim Academy Level 4 assessment displaying the ability to do 10 relaxed bobs, push off the wall and glide on front and back for five seconds, streamline kick on front and back for 15 feet, side glide for 20 feet, and front crawl with side breathing for 20 feet. Your child will learn the freestyle stroke with rotary breathing and the back stroke. Students may advance to the Mason Swim Academy Stroke School when they can swim 25 yards of proper freestyle with rotary breathing and 25 yards of backstroke with ease. Once-a-week lessons Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $34 /$40 /$50 /$60 Twice-a-week lessons Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $68 /$80 /$100 /$120

Twice-a-week lessons Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $68 /$80 /$100 /$120

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PRE: Premier pass holder

BAS: Basic pass holder

MR: Mason resident

NR: Non-resident


To register, you will need an activity number and section number. Activity numbers are assigned by the class level and are found in the activity tables below. Section numbers are associated with the day and time of the class and are in the section tables below. To register for Level 3 during Session 1 once a week at 10 a.m. on Saturdays, for example, you would register for 452323 and section number 15. If signing your child up for multiple sessions, we recommend you choose classes on different days. Program Swim Tots Level 1 w/ Parent Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5/6

ONCE-A-WEEK SWIM LESSONS Abbreviation Activity Number Session 1: 6/9-7/5 Session 2: 7/14-8/9 Tots 452312 452412 L1+ 452320 452420 L1 452321 452421 L2 452322 452422 L3 452323 452423 L4 452324 452424 L5/6 452325 452425

TWICE-A-WEEK SWIM LESSONS Abbreviation Activity Number Session 1: 6/9-7/5 Session 2: 7/14-8/9 Tots 452512 452612 L1 452521 452621 L2 452522 452622 L3 452523 452623 L4 452524 452624 L5/6 452525 452625

Program Swim Tots Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5/6

Once-A-Week Swim Lessons - Leisure Pool Day M M M Tu Tu Tu W W W Th Th Th Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

Time 5:00-5:30P 5:30-6:00P 6:00-6:30P 5:30-6:00P 6:00-6:30P 6:30-7:00P 5:00-5:30P 5:30-6:00P 6:00-6:30P 5:30-6:00P 6:00-6:30P 6:30-7:00P 9:00-9:30A 9:30-10:00A 10:00-10:30A 10:30-11:00A 11:00-11:30A

TOTS

L1+ 01

01 02

03 02 04

05

L1 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

L2 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

L3 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

L4 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

L5/6 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

03

Registration Deadline During the summer, we offer two swim lesson sessions for your convenience, in both once-a-week, and twice-a-week formats. The registration deadline for Session 1 (June 9 – July 5) is May 30. The registration deadline for Session 2 (July 14 – August 9) is July 4. Please register by the appropriate deadlines. We regret that we may be unable to adjust schedules to accommodate late registrations.

Dates Premier Registration Open Registration Registration Deadline

Session 1 6/9-7/5 5/16 5/19 5/30

Session 2 7/14-8/9 6/20 6/23 7/4

Twice-A-Week Swim Lessons - Leisure Pool Day M,W M,W M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

Time 9:30-10:00A 10:00-10:30A 10:30-11:00A 12:45-1:15P 1:15-1:45P 1:45-2:15P

TOTS

01

02

L1 01 02 03 04 05 06

L2 01 02 03 04 05 06

L3 01 02 03 04 05 06

L4 01 02 03 04 05 06

L5/6 01 02 03 04 05 06

Stroke School

SwimFit

Prerequisite: Pass current Mason Swim Academy Level 5/6 assessment displaying the ability to complete 25 yards each of freestyle with rotary breathing and backstroke. Stroke school is for swimmers who intend to learn advanced elements and stroke efficiency in all four stroke types. The stroke school includes the skills taught in Levels 7 and 8 of the Mason Swim Academy.

Prerequisite: Pass a current Mason Swim Academy assessment displaying the ability to complete 25 yards each of freestyle with rotary breathing, backstroke, breast stroke, and butterfly. The focus is on building strength and endurance in every stroke through drills, multiple laps, and on-deck coaching. SwimFit allows swimmers to get the feeling of being on a swim team without the competition. If a swimmer desires to be on a swim team like the Manta Rays Swim Team at Mason Community Center, SwimFit will provide a smooth transition.

Competition Pool

Day M,W M,W

Date 6/9-7/2 7/14-8/6

Time 6:30-7:15P 6:30-7:15P

Age 3-17 3-17

Competition Pool

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 5/30 $62 /$73 /$92 /$110 7/4 $62 /$73 /$92 /$110

Activity 452326-01 452426-01

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Day Date Tu,Th 6/10-7/3 Tu,Th 7/15-8/7

Time 4:30-5:15P 4:30-5:15P

Age 3-17 3-17

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 5/30 $62 /$73 /$92 /$110 7/4 $62 /$73 /$92 /$110

Activity 452327-01 452427-01

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Summer Private Lesson Block

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS

Private Swim Lessons

Leisure Pool

Leisure Pool

We offer lessons for all ages and levels, from preschool to adult. Work one-on-one with a Mason Swim Academy Coach who will customize the lesson to suit your goals, whether you are looking for comfort in the water, improved stroke technique and endurance, or a supplement to the Mason Swim Academy group lessons.

Adaptive Swim Lessons Adaptive Swim Lessons are a Learn-to-Swim program designed for children and adults requiring special assistance. Qualified staff will help participants enhance their swimming ability and comfort level. These lessons will be held in a private lesson format. Age: 3 & up Adaptive (4 session package)

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $125 /$148 /$173 /$198

Flexible Private and Semi-Private Swim Lessons If the private lesson options do not meet your needs, please call the Swim Program Supervisor at 513.229.8555, extension 5510, to discuss other options. Age: 3 & up Semi-private (4 session package) Private (4 session package)

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $75 /$89 /$112 /$134 $125 /$148 /$173 /$198

Adult Lessons

Adult Group Swim Lessons Leisure Pool

Beginner adults with little or no experience in the water will work on various skills and techniques to achieve the goal of water acclimation. Day Date Beginner M 6/9-6/30 Th 6/12-7/3 M 7/14-8/4 Th 7/17-8/7 Intermediate M 6/9-6/30 M 7/14-8/4

Time

Age

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR)

Activity

6:30-7:00P 7:00-7:30P 6:30-7:00P 7:00-7:30P

19 & up 19 & up 19 & up 19 & up

5/30 5/30 7/4 7/4

$34 /$40 /$50 /$60 $34 /$40 /$50 /$60 $34 /$40 /$50 /$60 $34 /$40 /$50 /$60

452334-01 452334-02 452434-01 452434-02

7:00-7:30P 7:00-7:30P

19 & up 19 & up

5/30 7/4

$34 /$40 /$50 /$60 $34 /$40 /$50 /$60

452334-03 452434-03

Swim Team

Manta Ray Masters

The summer private lesson block includes four scheduled lessons with no make-ups or rescheduling. While we cannot guarantee the same coach for every lesson, there will always be a certified Swim America Coach available for your lesson. Day Date Standard Block M 6/9-6/30 M 6/9-6/30 M 6/9-6/30 Tu 6/10-7/1 Tu 6/10-7/1 W 6/11-7/2 W 6/11-7/2 W 6/11-7/2 Th 6/12-7/3 Th 6/12-7/3 Sunday Block Sa 6/14-7/5 Sa 6/14-7/5 Su 6/8-6/29 Su 6/8-6/29 Su 6/8-6/29 Su 6/8-6/29 Su 6/8-6/29 Su 6/8-6/29 Day Date Standard Block M 7/14-8/4 M 7/14-8/4 M 7/14-8/4 Tu 7/15-8/5 Tu 7/15-8/5 W 7/16-8/6 W 7/16-8/6 W 7/16-8/6 Th 7/17-8/7 Th 7/17-8/7 Sunday Block Sa 7/19-8/9 Sa 7/19-8/9 Su 7/6-7/27 Su 7/6-7/27 Su 7/6-7/27 Su 7/6-7/27 Su 7/6-7/27 Su 7/6-7/27

Time

Age

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR)

Activity

6:30-7:00P 7:00-7:30P 7:30-8:00P 7:00-7:30P 7:30-8:00P 6:30-7:00P 7:00-7:30P 7:30-8:00P 7:00-7:30P 7:30-8:00P

3-17 3-17 3-17 3-17 3-17 3-17 3-17 3-17 3-17 3-17

5/30 5/30 5/30 5/30 5/30 5/30 5/30 5/30 5/30 5/30

$85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150

452319-01 452319-02 452319-03 452319-04 452319-05 452319-06 452319-07 452319-08 452319-09 452319-10

11:00-11:30A 11:30A-12:00P 10:00-10:30A 10:30-11:00A 11:00-11:30A 11:30A-12:00P 12:00-12:30P 12:30-1:00P

3-17 3-17 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up

5/30 5/30 4/11 4/11 4/11 4/11 4/11 4/11

$85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150

452319-11 452319-12 452317-01 452317-02 452317-03 452317-04 452317-05 452317-06

Time

Age

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR)

Activity

6:30-7:00P 7:00-7:30P 7:30-8:00P 7:00-7:30P 7:30-8:00P 6:30-7:00P 7:00-7:30P 7:30-8:00P 7:00-7:30P 7:30-8:00P

3-17 3-17 3-17 3-17 3-17 3-17 3-17 3-17 3-17 3-17

7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4

$85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150

452419-01 452419-02 452419-03 452419-04 452419-05 452419-06 452419-07 452419-08 452419-09 452419-10

11:00-11:30 11:30-12:00P 10:00-10:30A 10:30-11:00A 11:00-11:30A 11:30-12:00P 12:00-12:30P 12:30-1:00P

3-17 3-17 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up

7/4 7/4 5/30 5/30 5/30 5/30 5/30 5/30

$85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150

452419-11 452419-12 452318-01 452318-02 452318-03 452318-04 452318-05 452318-06

Competition Pool

Improve your overall fitness, develop0 better technique, train for a triathlon, swim competitively, or just enjoy the water. Competitions are optional. Swimmers ages 19 and older of all abilities are welcome. Coaches are available during scheduled practice times—at the outdoor Lou Eves Municipal Pool June 9 through August 29 from 6 to 7:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; and 12 to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday; at the indoor Leisure Pool from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday—to help you attain your personal goals. You are not required to attend all practices. A Mason Community Center pass is NOT needed to participate in this program. Day Date Time Age Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR)* Activity M-F 6/2-6/30 Varies 19 & up $10 /$25 /$38 /$45 452100-01 M-F 7/1-7/31 Varies 19 & up $10 /$25 /$38 /$45 452100-02 *Save time and sign up for subscription billing—we can automatically draft your masters fee each month.

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PRE: Premier pass holder

BAS: Basic pass holder

MR: Mason resident

NR: Non-resident


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