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Fall-Winter 2019

Program Guide IN THIS ISSUE: YOUTH AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMS TEENS IN TRAINING VOCATIONAL WORKSHOPS FALL YOUTH SPORTS

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REGISTER ONLINE AT: monroenc.org/PARKSANDREC

The Monroe Parks and Recreation team strives to provide quality recreation facilities and programs that promote healthy and active living opportunities for our residents. Throughout this Program Guide you will find a variety of offerings for all ages and fitness levels. At our facilities you can enjoy golf, swimming, athletic programs and leagues, fitness classes, senior programs and much more. Day Camps, After School and educational programs are offered year round at many of our facilities. Spend some time in one of our parks

picnicking and enjoying the playground with your children. Explore our downtown area as you enjoy a walk or run on our Greenway. Or, if you prefer indoor activities, our Aquatics and Fitness Center has something for everyone. Sign up for a membership and start your journey to a healthier life today. Please take a few moments to explore this Guide and see for yourself how these resources can enrich your life. - Tonya Edwards, Parks and Recreation Director

Youth Athletics CONTACT: Rae

Moore | 704-282-4663 | rlmoore@monroenc.org | monroenc.org/parksandrec For more information on camps or volunteering, please contact Rae Moore.

COACHING The Monroe Parks and Recreation Department relies heavily on volunteer youth sport coaches to help provide our participants with quality recreational experiences. Anyone interested in volunteering as a head or assistant coach should contact Rae Moore at 704-282-4663 or rlmoore@monroenc.org. Volunteers are always needed! All volunteers must undergo a background screening prior to the start of each sport specific season. Coaching Responsibilities: • Be organized and prepared for practices and games. Practice guidelines are provided if needed. • Communicate and keep all parents informed about practices, games, pictures, etc. • Know the rules regarding the sport in which you are coaching. • Remember winning will NEVER be the main focus of our youth leagues. • Teach the fundamentals of the game, help the children establish a sense of teamwork, and always remember to have fun! • Head coaches will receive reimbursement for registration fee at the conclusion of the season for their child (one per Head Coach) It is the coach’s responsibility to notify Monroe Parks & Recreation if he/she does not receive the reimbursement check within one (1) month after the season ends. IF YOU ARE A NEW COACH, PLEASE VISIT monroenc.org/Departments/Parks-Recreation, click on Athletics, then the Coaches Corner for ideas on practice plans.

ONE DAY PROGRAMS KICKBALL TOURNAMENT Dickerson Community Center AGES: 5-12 DATE: 10/9/2019 TIME: 4pm FEE: FREE Online Registration Required.

HOME RUN DERBY Sunset Park AGES: 5-12 DATE: 3/20/2020 TIME: 4pm FEE: FREE Come show us your skills. Winners will receive a prize! Age groups will be decided upon registration to make sure competition is as fair as possible. Online Registration Required.


Youth Athletics CONTACT: Rae

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Moore | 704-282-4663 | rlmoore@monroenc.org | monroenc.org/parksandrec

BASEBALL, BASKETBALL, FOOTBALL, AND TRACK & FIELD 4 & 5 - INSTRUCTIONAL DIVISIONS Introduces new players to a specific sport, and begins teaching the basic skills associated. Focus is on skill development and fun. Rules are modified to present optimum playing experience. Practices and games are held together on week nights and Saturdays.

5&6/7&9 DEVELOPMENTAL DIVISIONS Begins developing fundamentals for each specific sport. Rules are modified to present the optimum playing experience for novice participants. Practices and games are on week nights and Saturdays.

10 & 12 DIVISIONS Builds on basic fundamentals for each sport. Rules are slightly modified to present the optimum playing experience for participants with limited exposure. Practices and games are on week nights and Saturdays.

13 & 15 DIVISIONS Designed to promote teamwork, sportsmanship and advance fundamental development. Little to no rule modifications. Practices and games are on week nights and Saturdays.

YOUTH ATHLETICS CALENDAR FALL 2019

Activity

Description

Age Group

Age As Of

Registration Dates

Playing Season

City Resident Cost

NonResident Cost

Flag Football

Co-Ed

5-12

July 31

August 1-31

SeptemberNovember

$25

$50

Soccer

Co-Ed

5-12

December 31

August 1-31

SeptemberNovember

$60

$120

Activity

Description

Age Group

Age As Of

Registration Dates

Playing Season

City Resident Cost

NonResident Cost

Basketball

Co-Ed

4-15

August 31

October 1- 21

NovemberFebruary

$35

$70

WINTER 2019-2020

SPRING 2020 Activity

Description

Age Group

Age As Of

Registration Dates

Playing Season

City Resident Cost

NonResident Cost

Baseball

T-Ball

5-6

May 1

January 1-31

February-April

$20

$40

Baseball

Rookies

7-8

May 1

January 1-31

February-April

$25

$50

Baseball

Minors

9-10

May 1

January 1-31

February-April

$25

$50

Baseball

Majors

11-12

May 1

January 1-31

February-April

$25

$50

Track & Field

Co-Ed

5-12

February 28

March 1-31

April-May

$15

$30

For more information contact Rae Moore at 704-282-4663 or rlmoore@monroenc.org

VOLUNTEER COACHES ARE NEEDED FOR ALL YOUTH SPORTS!!! If you have a passion for sports and would like to share your knowledge and skills, please sign up today! If interested, please contact Rae Moore at 704-282-4663 or rlmoore@monroenc.org.


Youth Athletics – Registration Form

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CONTACT: Rae

Moore | 704-282-4663 | rlmoore@monroenc.org | monroenc.org/parksandrec

Participant’s Name:_________________________________________________________________________ Age:________________________ Date of Birth:_______________________________________________

Female_______ Male_______

Address:____________________________________________________ City:_______________________________________________________ Preferred Phone #:___________________________________________ EMail:______________________________________________________ Parents Name(s):__________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Please indicate any physical limitations:______________________________________________________________________________________ How did you hear about this league?________________________________________________________________________________________ Have you played with Monroe Parks and Recreation before?

If yes, which Sport/Team?

Yes

No

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COACHES NEEDED!!!!! Would you like to volunteer to be a COACH? If yes, please list contact information: Name:______________________________________________ Phone:_____________________________________________ *Head coaches will receive reimbursement for registration fee at the conclusion of the season for their child (1 per Head Coach) It is the coach’s responsibility to notify Monroe Parks & Recreation if he/she does not receive the reimbursement check within one (1) month after the season ends.

PARENTS READ CAREFULLY

I/We hereby agree to release and waive any claim or cause of action which may occur against Monroe Parks and Recreation staff, authorized persons, or agencies participating in youth sports, arising out of any injury to the person or property during youth sports or in transit to and from athletic activities at different locations. I/We hereby agree and consent for the Monroe Parks and Recreation staff to secure emergency medical attention, if necessary. I/We hereby agree and consent to the use of photographs for publicity purposes associated with youth sports. Parent Signature:___________________________________________________________________________ Date:_______________________

Activity: Shirt Size: Pants Size: (Baseball only)

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PLEASE INDICATE ACTIVITY AND UNIFORM SIZE: T-Ball Flag YOUTH ADULT YOUTH ADULT

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Rookies Tackle Small Small Small Small

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Minors Soccer Medium Medium Medium Medium

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Majors

Basketball

Track & Field Large Large Large Large

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X-Large Other ________ X-Large Other ________

** NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED ONCE PRACTICES BEGIN **

Registration form and fees may be mailed to: PO Box 69, Monroe NC 28111, Attn.: Rae Moore Please mail all checks payable to: City of Monroe *FOR DEPARTMENT USE ONLY*

Yes

No

REGISTRATION FEE received: $_______________________________

Birth Certificate:

CC_____________ CASH_____________ CHECK#____________

Date Paid _________ / _________ / _________ Staff_________


Adult Athletics

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REGISTRATION:

The Monroe Parks and Recreation Department | 2325 Hanover Dr. | Monroe NC 28110 Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm | During open registration periods For more information on adult athletics, please contact Rae Moore | 704-282-4663 | rlmoore@monroenc.org Activity

Description

Registration Dates

Playing Season

Cost Per Team

Adult Softball

Open

August 1-31 (Team Registration ONLY)

September-October

$450

Basketball

Open

October 1-31 (Team Registration ONLY)

November-January

$500

Softball

Open

April 1-30 (Team Registration ONLY)

May-June

$450

FALL 2019

WINTER 2019 - 2020 SPRING 2020

ADULT OPEN GYM AGES 19 & UP MEMBERSHIP: YEARLY: Resident $20.00 | Non-Resident $75.00 DAILY: Resident $1.00 | Non-Resident $1.50 AGES 16 - 18: No membership required

Enjoy full court basketball at a community center close to you! Membership includes access to all amenities at all community centers excluding the Old Armory Community Center and the Monroe Aquatics and Fitness Center.

J. Ray Shute Center Sutton Park Center Winchester Center open gym

MONROE PICKLEBALL CLUB Winchester Center, Dickerson Center Tennis Courts AGES: 50 & up as of 12/31 of the current year DAY: Tuesdays & Thursdays TIME: 9:00am - 12:00 noon

16 & Up Monday - Friday 5:30 - 8:00pm

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FEES: RESIDENT: $25.00 NON-RESIDENT: $35.00 CONTACT: RAE MOORE | 704-282-4663 | RLMOORE@MONROENC.ORG

Saturday 11:00am - 5:00pm

Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports and a great way for seniors to stay active. Members receive a discount at Pickleball Central.

Sunday 2:00 - 6:00pm Dickerson Center Open Gym & Weight Room 13 & Up Monday / Wednesday 7:00am - 3:00pm 5:00 - 9:00pm Tuesday / Thursday 8:00am - 3:00pm 5:00 - 9:00pm Friday 7:00am - 3:00pm Saturday 9:00am - 4:00pm Sunday 1:00 - 5:00pm Winchester Fitness Room

MONROE RECREATIONAL TABLE TENNIS CLUB Dickerson Center AGES: All ages CONTACT: Karen Ritter | 586-596-2661 or visit DAY: Mondays & Wednesdays, Ongoing monroereacreationaltabletennis. TIME: 11:00am - 1:00pm wordpress.com FEE: $1.00/daily Challenge your friends to a game of table tennis. All skill levels welcome. Equipment is provided.

50+ LEAGUES Activity

Description

Playing Season

Cost

October-November

$15

November-January

$15

May-June

$15

FALL 2019

16 & Up Monday - Friday 5:30 - 8:00pm

Registration Dates

Bocce

Open

September 1-30 (Individual Registration) WINTER 2019-2020

Saturday 11:00am - 5:00pm

Cornhole

Sunday 2:00 - 6:00pm

Disc Golf

Open

October 1-31 (Individual Registration) SPRING 2020

Open

April 1-30 (Individual Registration)


Afterschool Programs

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CONTACT: Kimberly Scott | 704-282-4649 | kscott@monroenc.org | monroenc.org/parksandrec REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ALL DICKERSON CENTER PROGRAMS: Call or visit www.monroenc.org for a registration

SCHOOLS OUT FUN DAYS AGES: 4 - 12 (4 year olds must be enrolled in a certified preschool program.) DATES: 9/30, 10/9, 11/11, 12/20, 12/23, 12/27, 12/30, 1/2, 1/3, 1/20, 2/17, 3/20 TIME: 7:00am - 6:30pm FEE: $20.00 per day ($5.00 per additional child) * *Normal afterschool fee applies, if enrolled in the afterschool program. Need care on the days your child is not in school? We provide a fun, safe and affordable environment for your child!

AFTERSCHOOL @ DICKERSON DAY: Monday - Friday TIME: Afterschool - 6:30pm AGES: 4* - 12, (*4 year olds must be enrolled in a preschool program) FEE: $45.00/week ($5.00 discount per extra child) Our staff picks up at these locations: Benton Heights, East, Walter Bickett, Walter Bickett Education Center, Sardis, Porter Ridge, Rocky River, Poplin, Union Academy’s Upper and Lower Schools. This program offers a wide range of activities for children to enjoy on a daily basis. We provide fun, educational and cultural activities your child will love! Students have the opportunity to take advantage of homework assistance. After homework is done, our staff and community partners provide fun and enriching activities to expose students to new and exciting opportunities and broaden their interests! Opportunities include gardening classes, fine arts, gym games, team building activities and much more!

UA INTERCESSION CAMP 4 - 12 9/30 - 10/4; 2/17 - 2/21 7:00am - 6:30pm $75.00 ($5.00 discount per additional child) Spend your intercession with us! We will have loads of fun activities and trips planned.

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FALL BREAK “OUT” CAMP 4 - 12 9/30 - 10/4 Monday - Friday; 7:00am - 6:30pm FEE: $75.00 per week Welcome Fall and recharge from school during the first major break of the school year! We will have loads of fun activities to take advantage of! AGES: DAY: TIME:

CHRISTMAS BREAK “OUT” CAMP DATE: 12/23 - 12/27 (No camp on 12/24 and 12/25) TIME: 7:00am - 6:30pm FEE: $45.00/week DATE: 12/30 - 1/3 (No camp on 1/1) TIME: 7:00 am - 6:30 pm FEE: $60.00/week Spend your Christmas Break at Dickerson! We will have loads of fun activities and trips planned. SPRING BREAK “OUT” CAMP DATE: Monday - Friday; 4/13 - 4/17 TIME: 7:00am - 6:30pm FEE: $75.00/week Summer is almost here! Dickerson has all sorts of fun activities planned for the last break before Summer!! MIGHTY TOTS TODDLER TIME AGES: 3-5 DATES: Tuesdays - 9/10, 9/24, 10/8, 10/22, 11/5, 11/19, 12/3, 1/7, 1/21, 2/4, 2/18 TIME: 10:30 - 11:30am FEE: $5.00 Calling all mighty tots! Bring your little ones for a fun filled hour of music, movement and more! We will have a grooving good time with activities such as music shakers, ribbon dancing, story times, toddler themed crafts and more!

SELF DEFENSE CLASS REGISTRATION AND FIRST CLASS:

Friday, 9/13/2019 Fridays, 9/13/2019 – 1/31/2020 New athletes – 6:15 – 7pm Yellow/Green Belts – 7:00 – 7:45pm Blue Belts and above – 7:45 - 8:30pm $10.00 Registration Fee and $8.00 per class Promoting safety awareness, self-discipline, physical fitness, self-confidence and lots of fun, this course for children is designed for self-defense purposes emphasizing child safety awareness. This is not a class on bullying tactics, instead the focus is on self-discipline rather than aggression. A certified black belt will teach various basic self defense techniques and forms. No physical contact is allowed in the beginner classes. Students completing the course with perfect attendance will receive a medal.

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SATURDAY MORNING KID’S CRAFTS AGES: 5 - 12 DATES: Saturdays 10/26 - Pumpkin Carving 11/23 - Pine Cone Turkey 12/14 - Holiday Ornaments 1/4 - Glittery Snow Slime 2/8 - Valentines Bath Bombs TIME: 9:30 - 11:30am FEE: $8.00 Enjoy creating holiday crafts at the Dickerson Community Center. We will provide all arts and crafts supplies for you and your child. KID’S HOLIDAY SHOPPING DAY AGES: 5 - 12 DATES: Saturday, 12/21 TIME: 10:00am - 2:00pm FEE: $2.00 per gift on their list Grab your gift list and drop your child of for a day of Holiday shopping. We will head to Dollar Tree to make sure you can check off everyone on your guest list! A surprise guest is expected! Lunch will be provided.


BEYOND THE BELL ENRICHMENT PROGRAM

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CONTACT: The

Recreation Center that is hosting the study assistance, or: Parks & Recreation 704-282-4695 | monroenc.org/parksandrec

All programs are FREE. Locations are listed below each program description, offices are open Monday - Friday: Old Armory Center Sutton Park Center Winchester Center J. Ray Shute Center CONTACT: Patricia Huntley CONTACT: Hope Tanner CONTACT: Thomas Latimer CONTACT: Gail Coffey 704-282-4655 704-282-4669 704-282-4656 704-282-4654

ACCESS TO SUCCESS DAY: Monday - Friday, TIME: 4:00 - 6:00pm AGES: 6 & up

August - May

Beyond the Bell provides enrichment to children after school. Participants will be exposed to cultural activities through community partnerships in a fun and safe environment. Activities will include theatre groups, arts and crafts, gym activities, mentorships, food service and much more. School buses do not drop off for this program. Students are welcome to walk to these centers from their normal drop off spot. Beyond the Bell is a drop in program. While this program does not take a formal registration, we would like to gather contact information for all participants. All participants must sign the daily roster upon arrival. Any contact information that you can provide would be appreciated. J. Ray Shute center Sutton Park Center Winchester Center

COMMON GROUND STUDY ASSISTANCE DAY:

 onday - Friday, M August - May TIME: Afterschool - 4:00pm AGE: 5 & up FEE: FREE Participants will be exposed to creative methods in studying and will receive help with homework. Staff will lead lesson plans to make sure kids view learning as fun and exciting. J. Ray Shute center Sutton Park Center Winchester Center

YWCA AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM DAY: TIME:

Monday - Friday Afterschool – 2:00 – 6:30pm School breaks – 9:00am – 4:00pm FEE: FREE CONTACT: Millicent Williams 704-282-5765 In partnership with the Monroe Parks and Recreation Department, the YWCA offers afterschool and summer programs at the Old Armory Community Center.


Community Happenings

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All community happenings events are FREE.

J. RAY SHUTE CENTER FREE MARKET CLOTHING GIVEAWAY DATE: Saturday, 9/7 AGES: All families welcome TIME: 10am - 2pm In partnership with the Union County Alumnae Delta Sigma Theta sorority, the J. Ray Shute Community Center will be hosting a clothing drive. Join the community, bring your family and stock up on back to school clothing. SPOOKTACULAR HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL DATE: Thursday, 10/24 TIME: 5:00 - 7:00pm AGES: All families welcome The J. Ray Shute Center is haunted once a year!! You can find all of your favorite Halloween activities right in your neighborhood! Dress up in your favorite Halloween costume and enjoy Halloween games, music and fun food in a safe and fun environment! GATHERING OF SWEETS AND SMILES DATE: Tuesday, 11/19 TIME: 5 - 7pm AGES: 5 - 12 Sweets and smiles go hand in hand. Luckily, J. Ray Shute has both. Come and make your favorite desserts and enjoy them with your family. Cookies, cupcakes and any other sweets will be made available along with games and much more! CHRISTMAS AROUND THE WORLD DATE: Thursday, 12/5 TIME: 5:00 - 7:00pm AGES: All families welcome Christmas is a special time for families all around the world. Gather your family and friends and find out how different cultures celebrate this wonderful holiday. Sample holiday foods from South America and learn about different Christmas practices from around the globe.

OLD ARMORY COMMUNITY CENTER WALKER’S COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION DATE: Saturday, 12/7 TIME: 11am - 3pm AGES: All families welcome Join your friends and family to celebrate the holiday season. Food and fun await you as the J. Ray Shute Center transforms into a Winter Wonderland. Toys, clothes and more will be available to make this Christmas the best one yet. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING CELEBRATION DATE: Monday, 1/20 TIME: 12:00 - 2:00pm AGES: All families welcome This month commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., provides our community the opportunity to come together to remember the dream of Dr. King. We will have activities planned to celebrate his life and our community. PRINCE AND PRINCESS VALENTINE’S PARTY DATE: Friday, 2/14 TIME: 5:00 - 7:00pm AGES: All ages welcome Good deeds DO pay off! Participants will be rewarded for their positive attitude within the community! Helping a neighbor and supporting their friends could result in you being crowned the Prince or Princess of the J. Ray Shute Valentine’s party! Food, games, drinks and more will be on site for a great way to celebrate helping others. TASTE OF BLACK HISTORY Monday, 2/17 1:00 - 2:00pm All families welcome Learn about black history while enjoying foods that originated in Africa, as well as, other cultural foods.

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PUMPKIN FEST DATE: Thursday, 10/24 TIME: 5:30 - 7:30pm AGES: All families welcome After a fun and eventful Summer at the Old Armory Community Center, it is time to welcome the Fall season. Enjoy great food and games in a family atmosphere! We will decorate pumpkins, enjoy candy apples, hot apple cider and tons of games for a perfect fall day! FAMILY NIGHT BINGO SOCIAL DATE: Tuesday, 11/19 TIME: 5:30 - 7:00pm AGES: All families welcome Try your luck as a family. We will have tons of tasty snacks and more family entertainment while we play some bingo!

TRIM THE TREE DATE: Tuesday, 12/3 TIME: 5:30 - 7:00pm AGES: All families welcome It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Get into the holiday spirit while decorating the Old Armory Community Center tree. We will have seasonal snacks and holiday themed activities to make a great evening. CHRISTMAS, COOKIES AND COCOA DATE: Wednesday, 12/18 TIME: 5:30 - 7:30pm AGES: All families welcome Create personalized family ornaments over a hot cup of cocoa and cookies! We have several varieties for you to try! Take advantage of some family time and learn creative techniques for gift wrapping and holiday crafts. SWEET HEART SOCIAL Friday, 2/21 6:00 - 8pm All families welcome Join your friends and neighbors for some tasty treats and good times. Whip up your favorite dessert and celebrate Valentine’s Day with your family and friends.

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SUTTON PARK COMMUNITY CENTER CAMP SUTTON HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL DATE: Friday, 10/25 TIME: 5:00 - 8:00 pm AGES: All ages welcome If you’re looking for a safe and fun spot to celebrate Halloween, Sutton Park has it all! We will have Halloween games, opportunities to trick or treat and much more! Come on down for a not so spooky Halloween festival. PARENTS’ APPRECIATION NIGHT DATE: Saturday, 11/15 TIME: 5:00 - 8:00pm AGES: All ages are welcome Parents work hard every day!!! It is time we show our appreciation. Bring your mom, dad, grandparents or anyone else you appreciate on a

regular basis. This day is for them!!! Games, food, activities and more await those most special to you. All activities will be planned and provided by Sutton Park Beyond the Bell participants and kids in our community! VALENTINE’S SWEETHEART DANCE DATES: Saturday, 2/8 TIME: 6:00 - 9:00 pm AGES: All ages are welcome Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your favorite person. This dance is for kids and a guest that is the most special to them, whether it be a grandparent, mom, dad, aunt or guardian. Spend a fun filled evening dancing to your favorite songs. Food and games will round out a perfect night!


Community Happenings

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WINCHESTER COMMUNITY CENTER, SUTTON PARK COMMUNITY CENTER, J. RAY SHUTE COMMUNITY CENTER MONROE NIGHT OUT DATE: Saturday, 10/5 TIME: 5:00 - 8:00pm LOCATIONS: Old Armory, J. Ray Shute, Winchester and Sutton Park Community Centers In partnership with the Monroe Police Department, we invite you and your family to enjoy a night of fun activities and spend some time with your local police officers. This program helps raise awareness of the role the police play in our community.

PARENT’S NIGHT OUT @ DICKERSON AGES: 5 - 12 DAY: Fridays, 9/27, 10/25, 11/22, 12/20, TIME: 6:30p - 10:30p FEE: $8.00 LOCATION: Dickerson Recreation Center

SUTTON PARK COMMUNITY CENTER GIRL’S NIGHT OUT DATE: Friday, December 6th TIME: 6:00 – 8:00pm AGES: Girls only – 6 – 18 year olds Sutton Park Community Center has a perfect night planned for the ladies! Games, activities, and food create the perfect opportunity to spend girl time with your friends and family.

1/17, 2/14

Drop your kids off with us and enjoy a night out or just relax. Our staff will provide supervised activities including pizza, a movie and other fun activities!

BOY’S NIGHT OUT Friday, January 10th 6:00 – 8:00pm Boys only – 6 – 18 year olds Sutton Park has the perfect boy’s night out planned for you! Grab your buddies and head over to Sutton Park Community Center for video games, activities, basketball and more!

FAMILY FIRST NIGHTS

WINCHESTER COMMUNITY CENTER

SEPTEMBER - MAY

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HALLOWEEN HAVEN TRUNK OR TREAT DATE: Thursday, 10/31 TIME: 5:30 - 7:30pm AGES: All ages are welcome Friends and family will come together and celebrate Halloween as a community. Car trunks will be decorated and candy will be handed out. It’s the perfect way to celebrate Halloween in a safe and fun environment! WINCHESTER SLEEPAWAY LOCK IN Friday, 1/3 7:00pm - 7:00am 6 - 12 (Girls Only) Girl’s night out is finally here! Grab your best friends and settle into Winchester for a night of fun, food and friends! Winchester will have everything you need for an awesome sleepover!

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MLK CELEBRATION Monday, 1/20 1 - 3pm All ages are welcome This day commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., provides our community the opportunity to come together to remember the dream of Dr. King. We will have activities planned to celebrate his life and our community.

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J. Ray Shute Community Center AGES: Open to all families DAY: 1st Thursday of every month TIME: 6:00 - 8:00pm FEE: FREE Sutton Park Community Center AGES: Open to all families DAY: 2nd Thursday of every month TIME: 6:00 - 8:00pm FEE: FREE Winchester Community Center AGES: Open to all families DAY: 3rd Thursday of every month TIME: 6:00 - 8:00pm FEE: FREE Old Armory Community Center AGES: Open to all families DAY: 4th Thursday of every month FEE: FREE Bring the entire family for fun activities, pizza, movies and so much more! Meet your neighbors and enjoy all our community centers have to offer. Spend some quality time with your family and friends every Thursday night! Visit all of our facilities for a night filled with fun!!!


programs for teens

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The City of Monroe Parks and Recreation Department has created a wide variety of resource based programs designed to help teenagers navigate through their young lives. These programs will assist teenagers enjoy this exciting time in their lives and prepare for their future in a fun, safe and pressure FREE environment.

TEENS FOR TOMORROW DAY: TIME: AGES:

4th Thursday of the month 6:00 - 7:30pm 13 - 17 The Teens for Tomorrow program focuses on college and career awareness. Participants will be exposed to opportunities to help them prepare for the future after High School. This program will help provide the skills needed to become future leaders.

PROGRAMS INCLUDE:

SAT Preparation, Vocational Training, Stress Management, Time Management, Conflict Resolution This is an important time in a teenager’s life. Let us help you with your future college and/or career decisions. Teens will meet at centers convenient to their homes or schools. Participants will also take part in social activities with groups from other community centers. J. RAY SHUTE CENTER: Teens in the Lead OLD ARMORY CENTER: Empowered Teens SUTTON PARK CENTER: Community Youth Leaders WINCHESTER CENTER: Teens With Purpose TEENS IN TRAINING AGES: 8 - 15 FEE: FREE In partnership with South Piedmont Community College, Monroe Parks and Recreation will offer vocational workshops to expose youth to opportunities to learn about careers and trades.

FALL 2019

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AND INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS: ROCK DOWN TO ELECTRIC AVENUE • SUTTON PARK - 2303 Brooks Street - Monday, 9/9 4:15pm - 5 pm • WINCHESTER - 1001 Winchester Ave - Monday, 9/16 - 4:15pm - 5 pm • J. RAY SHUTE - 506 E Green Street - Monday, 9/23 4:15pm - 5 pm • DICKERSON - 899 N. Johnson Street - Monday , 9/30 4:15pm - 5pm Attendees at this experience event will see first-hand how electricity flows in a circuit. Come and learn how wires, switches, and circuit breakers all come together to create a solar-powered wind turbine, a hydro-mechanical robot, and a “smart” house.

SPRING 2020

AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING AND REFRIGERATION TECHNOLOGY: GET THE HEAT OUT! • SUTTON PARK - 2303 Brooks Street - Tuesday, 2/4 4:15pm - 5 pm • WINCHESTER - 1001 Winchester Ave - Tuesday, 2/11 4:15pm - 5 pm • J. RAY SHUTE - 506 E Green Street - Tuesday, 2/18 4:15pm - 5 pm • DICKERSON - 899 N. Johnson Street - Tuesday , 2/25 4:15pm - 5pm Attendees at this experience event will be HVAC technicians for a day, learning how to bend and braze copper piping used in the HVAC field. Attendees will also learn how to wire a thermostat, see how dampers operate, and explore careers paths in Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration.

SUTTON PARK SCHOOL ROCKS DATES: Wednesdays in September TIME: 4:15pm - 5:15pm AGES: 6 - 18 Get back in the swing of the school year with some handy study tips. Learn creative ways to study and stay motivated. Make this school year your most successful one yet. We will provide you with tips to become more organized and manage your time more effectively. HEALTHY EATING Wednesdays in October 4:15pm - 5:15pm 6 - 18 Eating healthy doesn’t have to be boring. Learn creative ways to make healthy snacks fun and tasty!

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DISCOVER YOUR ART Thursdays in October 4:15pm - 5:15pm 6 - 18 Let your imagination run wild. Our staff will provide opportunities for kids to tap into their creativity through art and self expression.

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YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR Wednesdays in November 4:15pm - 5:15pm 13 - 18 Teens will learn about the process of creating their own business. Topics will include the creative process in promoting business ideas, marketing your business, projecting the type of finances needed to run your business and more.

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CAREER VS. JOB 13 - 18 Wednesdays in December 4:15pm - 5:15pm Find your passion, not a paycheck. Teens will learn tips on how to focus on what makes them happy and turn that into a rewarding career.

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SUTTON’S CHEFS Wednesdays in January 4:30pm - 5:30pm 6 - 18 years old Kids will be responsible for putting together a menu and preparing a meal of their choice for their peers. This program will teach kid’s ways to budget their money, as well as, how to cook a healthy meal.

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DREAM CHASERS Wednesdays in February 4:30pm - 5:30pm 13 - 18 Teens will learn the path to resolving conflict and will be given the tools to help with the problem solving process. Participants will be exposed to several fun problems and will work together to find a solution to these obstacles as a group. This program is designed to teach teens how to work as a team and how to find creative ways to solve problems.

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programs for teens WINCHESTER COMMUNITY CENTER STEP AND MARCH CLASS DATES: Wednesdays in September TIMES: 4:00 - 5:00pm AGES: 13 - 18 Get your groove on at the Winchester Recreation Complex. Learn fun step and march moves to impress your friends. HOLIDAY COOKING Thursdays in October 4:00 - 5:00pm 13 - 18 Learn delicious recipes to share with your family over the holidays. Our staff will help you become an amazing chef!

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GAMES GALORE! Wednesdays in November TIME: 4:00 - 5:00pm AGES: 13 - 18 There is nothing wrong with a little friendly competition. Winchester Center will provide a friendly atmosphere to compete in every game you could think of, whether it be a board game or a more active game. Have you created a cool game? If so, bring the idea to us and we will help you bring it to life! DATES:

OLD ARMORY COMMUNITY CENTER DIY DAYS DATES: 1st and 4th Thursdays in September 9/5 - DIY T-Shirt and Sweatshirt art 9/26 - Decorative Mason Jars TIME: 4:00 - 5:00pm AGES: 10 - 16 Old Armory Community Center will have fun and exciting arts and crafts for you to make just in time for the holidays! TEEN CHEFS Tuesday, 10/22 4:00 - 5:00 pm 10 - 16 Impress your family and friends with some spooky and creative Halloween desserts.

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IMPROV GAMES DATES: Thursday, 11/21 TIME: 4:00 - 5:00pm AGES: 6 - 13 Give your creativity a platform and be spontaneous. Selfconfidence is difficult to develop. This workshop will help you feel comfortable performing and speaking in front of others. Food and fun will be on hand at Old Armory. CHRISTMAS CANDY GARLAND DATES: Thursday, 12/12 TIME: 4:00 - 5:00 pm AGES: 10 - 16 Candy and Christmas go hand in hand. Learn how to make a tasty holiday decoration to decorate your home or give as a gift.

SCAVENGER HUNT DATES: Thursday, 1/23 TIME: 4:00 - 5:00pm AGES: 6 - 13 Build a team and challenge other neighborhood teams to find the most items in a local treasure hunt. Follow clues to win prizes by finding hidden items around the Old Armory Community Center. AFTERNOON BANDSTAND Thursday, 2/20 5:30 - 6:30pm 10 - 13 So, you think you can dance? Bring your dance moves to Old Armory Community Center and show them off or make up your own dance moves to your favorite songs. We will have light refreshments available, as well. You’ll have a blast at this dance party.

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J. RAY SHUTE COMMUNITY CENTER SUCCESSFUL AMAZING WOMEN DATES: 1st and 3rd Wednesday; September - March TIME: 5:00 - 6pm AGES: 13 - 18 You can do anything you set your mind to. Learn from female community leaders about the importance of selfesteem, pride, and respect and how those characteristics help mold successful and amazing women.

CREATE TEENS Wednesdays in December TIME: 4:00 - 5:00pm AGES: 6 - 18 Express your creativity through art projects using canvas, clay and paint. Participants will be inspired by classical and contemporary music to help get the creative juices flowing. DATE:

WINTER CHILL AT WINCHESTER DATES: Friday, 10/4 and Friday, 11/15 TIME: 10:00p - 12:00 am AGES: 13 - 18 Get through the cold winter at Winchester! On select Fridays, Winchester will offer fun activities to keep you warm and entertained. Whether it is organized basketball tournaments, pool tournaments, or fun games, there is something for you to do on a cold Friday night!

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REAL AMAZING MEN DATES: 2nd and 4th Tuesday; September - March TIME: 5:00 - 6pm AGES: 13 - 18 year old young men Young men will learn from guest speakers and activities promoting the topics of self-esteem, respect, empowerment and selfmotivation. Teens will be able to discuss issues they face with men who can help guide them towards their goals.

DELTA SIGMA’S GEMS 3rd Saturday; September – March TIME: 10:00am – 12:30 pm Monroe Parks and Recreation has partnered with the Delta Sigma Theta Alumnus Sorority to provide opportunities for participants to plan for their future in a fun and exciting environment. Instructors will mentor participants in study skills, life skills and how to successfully create goals and visions for themselves. DATES:

WELLNESS WORKS WORKSHOPS DATES: Multiple Days in September Tuesday, 9/3 - Severe Weather Preparedness Monday, 9/9 - Healthy Breakfast Hacks Wednesday, 9/11 - Healthy Snack Hacks Thursday, 9/12 - Road Safety Wednesday, 9/18 - Gun Safety Awareness Thursday, 9/26 - Super Sitter - Guide to Babysitting Monday, 9/30 - Stormwater Demonstration Wellness is important for all ages. Being aware of your environment and eating healthy is part of living safe and happy.


Senior Programming

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Ellen Fitzgerald Senior Center Puceta | 704-282-4657 | cpuceta@monroenc.org | 327 South Hayne St For a Senior Center Schedule, visit the Ellen Fitzgerald Senior Center or online at monroenc.org/parksandrec CONTACT: Colleen

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55 & up Monday - Thursday, 8:00am - 5:00pm Friday, 8:00am - 12:00 noon

MEMBERSHIP:

There is no charge for residents of the City of Monroe to join. The annual membership fee for non-residents: $60/individual and $90/couple. The majority of classes and activities require no additional charge.

MONTHLY Caregiver Support Group Diabetes Support Group Free Blood Pressure Check Union County Chapter #5164 AARP • Visually Impaired Support Group • Thursday Night Dance Social – 1st and 3rd Thursdays ANNUALLY • Medicare Part D • Flu Clinic • AARP Tax-Aide Income Tax Preparation • Union County Senior Wellness Expo HEALTH PROGRAMS • Chronic Disease Self-Management • Diabetes Self-Management • Matter of Balance FITNESS CLASSES • Range of Motion • Aerobics • Chair Yoga • • • •

CARDS/GAMES • Bridge • Canasta • Cribbage • Euchre • Pinochle • Spades TRIPS Exciting, fun trips are offered throughout the year. Refer to monthly schedule at the Senior Center for more details.

SENIOR GAMES Local seniors 50 years of age and better are encouraged to participate in the 2020 United Senior Games program which involves a variety of Sports and SilverArts. United Senior Games will take place in April/ May and local winners have a chance to qualify for the North Carolina Senior Games. For information call 704-282-4657.

ACTIVITIES/CLASSES Advanced Line Dance Class Art Studio Baskets Ceramics Clay/Pottery Computer Lab Exploring Art Handwork Jewelry Line Dance Class Quilting Senior Singers Woodwork

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F.L.O.W. PROGRAM (FUN AND LEISURE OFFERS WELLNESS) AGES: 55 & UP CARDS, GAMES AND SOCIAL CLUB DATE: Wednesdays of every month September April TIME: 12:00 - 6:00 pm FEE: Free Venture out to the Winchester Community Center to participate in a wide range of activities with new and old friends. Activities include guest speakers, trips, community service projects and more. Activities include: Estate Planning and Finance, Weatherization, Ceramics, Bingo and Line Dancing SENIOR HEATH CHECK 55 and up Thursdays; September - February TIME: 9:00 - 11:00am Free Health Screening AGES: DAY:

SENIOR BREAKFAST CLUB AND THRIFT SHOPPING AGES: 55 and up DAY: Thursday, 9/12 TIME: 10:00am - 1:00pm Prepare your favorite dish to share with your friends and family. This is a perfect opportunity to exchange your most famous recipes! What a perfect way to enjoy your community center than with food, music and friends! After breakfast, we will head out for some thrift shopping. SENIORS CHRISTMAS BALL 60 and up Friday, 12/6 6:00 - 9:00 pm Ring in the holiday season in style. Dress up in your holiday finest and get ready for a night of food, fun and dancing. This party will get you in the holiday spirit and will give you a chance to celebrate the season with your friends and community.

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BREAKFAST BASH Friday, 11/15 9:30 - 11:30am Free Meet your friends for a delicious breakfast, games, healthy eating tips and more! We will treat everyone to a continental breakfast. It’s a perfect opportunity to learn and enjoy the company of your friends and community.

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SENIOR FITNESS 55 & Up Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10:00 - 10:45am Free Stay in shape at your own pace at the Old Armory Community Center. Follow our fitness video for fun and easy exercises that are certain to challenge you and keep you active.

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CARDS, GAMES AND SOCIAL CLUB AGES: 55 & Up DAYS: Tuesday and Thursday TIME: 10:00am - 12:00pm FEE: Free Join us for fellowship and fun. Enjoy a nice conversation while you walk around our indoor walking trail or challenge your friends to a game of cards.

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special events CAR CRUISE IN DATE:

TIME:

2nd Friday of the month through October 9/13 - Trucks 10/11 - Corvettes 6:00 - 8:00pm

HALLOWEEN HAPPENINGS MAIN STREET - DOWNTOWN DATE: Saturday, 10/19 TIME: 10:00am - 2:00pm COSTUME CONTEST Registration at stage at 10:00 am Costume contest starts at 11:00 am Treats and prizes for all; Craft projects; Giant inflatables; Petting Zoo; MUCH, MUCH MORE! Activities are FREE.

CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING CHRISTMAS IN DOWNTOWN MONROE DATE: Saturday, 12/7 TIME: 6:00 - 9:00pm 6:00pm - Santa Arrives 7:00pm - Tree Lighting with the Mayor Train and Trolley rides; Live Christmas Music; Food Vendors; Christmas Bazaar; Downtown Merchant Open Houses; Petting Zoo; Amusements and MORE!

EASTER EGGSTRAVAGANZA

PARKS WILLIAMS ATHLETIC COMPLEX DATE: Saturday, 4/4 TIME: Event begins at 10:00 am Rain Date – Sunday, 4/5 2:00 pm (Egg Dash Only) EGG DASH TIMES: UPPER SOCCER FIELD

Ages 1 – 3 – 11:00am Ages 4 – 6 – 11:30am Ages 7 – 10 – 12:00 pm Bring a basket for your eggs! Join us for candy, prizes, bounce houses, carnival rides, concessions, crafts and games!

MUSIC ON MAIN DATE:

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4th Thursday of the Month through September 8/22 - The Catalinas 9/26 - The Entertainers 6:30 - 9:30pm

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Monroe Country Club

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Monroe Country Club | 704-282-4661 | monroenc.org/parksandrec 1680 Pageland Highway Monroe, NC 28112 Nick Jacobi, PGA Professional | njacobi@monroenc.org

CLINICS AND CAMPS

FALL GOLF CLINICS DAY: Saturday, 9/21 – Putting Saturday, 10/5 – Driving Saturday, 10/12 – Irons Saturday, 10/26 – Pitching and Bunker Play TIME: 9:00 am FEE: Members: $20.00; Non-Members: $25.00 Open to anyone. Must have 3 participants to have clinic. All participants must sign up by contacting Nick Jacobi at njacobi@ monroenc.org.

All clinics & camps are conducted by PGA Master Instructor Nick Jacobi, PGA Professional.

Monroe AQUATICS AND FITNESS center

Coolest,

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Water Park Open from Memorial Day to Labor Day!

• Register Now for Swim Lessons and Lifeguard Certification Classes! • 80,000 sq ft Facility • Over 90 Aerobic Classes / Week Free Weights • Cardio Equipment - Over 110 pcs. Weight Machines

• Doube Gymnasium

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• Racquetball Courts

Contracts

• Indoor Pool & 2.5 Acre Water Park

FREE

• Indoor Walk / Run Track • Novant Health RNs On-Site Health Screenings • Nutrition / Exercise Coaching

Join Monroe Country Club, the best deal around! • Best greens in the area • Junior Friendly • Great pace of play • Has PGA Master Instructor on staff Take a look at our membership options!

MONROE COUNTRY CLUB MEMBERSHIP RATES CITY RESIDENT Annual Pass (Pay for whole year once) Individual: $900 ($100 Initiation) Family: $1,100 ($150 Initiation) Monthly Draft Individual: $80 ($100 Initiation) Family: $95 ($150 Initiation) NON-RESIDENT (Live outside city limits of Monroe) Annual Pass (Pay for whole year once) Individual: $1,000 ($125 Initiation) Family: $1,200 ($175 Initiation) Monthly Draft Individual: $90 ($125 Initiation) Family: $105 ($175 Initiation) DAILY RATES Monday - Friday.......................... $42.00 Weekends & holidays.................. $49.00 Twilight Rates (1:00 - 4:00pm) Monday - Friday.......................... $27.00 Weekends & holidays.................. $32.00 All rates include green fees and cart.

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• 14,000 sq ft Fitness Room

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Childcare Ages 3 Months to 9 Years

We've Got It All! Located off Hwy 74 across the street from Lowe's on Hanover Dr. in Monroe

704-282-4680 www.monroeaquaticsandfitnesscenter.com

JUNIOR MEMBERSHIP FEE: City Resident: $40 a month/ $400 a year (no initiation) Non-Resident: $45 a month/ $450 a year (no initiation) Please ask about our Joint 10% discounts for Monroe Aquatic and Fitness Center and Golf Club memberships. Dependent children may remain on Family Membership until they reach the age of 23. Must be 18 years of age to rent a golf cart. Proof of city residence is required for a City Membership. Please call our Pro-Shop at 704-282-4661 for an application or for more information. Follow us on Facebook for daily updates: Monroe Country Club


Monroe Parks & Rec Facilities and Parks PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR MOST PROGRAMS. Register by calling the Center where the program takes place. monroenc.org/parksandrec

RECREATION FACILITIES DICKERSON CENTER DIRECTOR:

Kimberly Scott 704-282-4649 | kscott@monroenc.org 899 North Johnson St. HOURS: Mon/Wed - 7:00am - 2:00pm; 5:00 - 9:00pm Tue/Thu - 8:00am - 2:00pm; 5:00 - 9:00pm Fri - 7:00am - 2:00pm Sat - 9:00am - 4:00pm Sun - 1:00 - 5:00pm AMENITIES: Gymnasium, Weights, Racquetball Court, Disc Golf, Softball Fields, Picnic Tables, Playground, Shelter, Tennis Courts. FEES: Gymnasium & Weight room Under 15: Free; Over 15: $1.00 Racquetball: $3.50/person (Memberships available)

ELLEN FITZGERALD SENIOR CENTER DIRECTOR:

Colleen Puceta 704-282-4657 | cpuceta@monroenc.org 327 South Hayne St

OPEN TO SENIORS AGE 55 & UP HOURS: Mon-Thu - 8:00am

- 5:00pm

Fri - 8:00am - noon AMENITIES: Meeting Room, Ceramics Room, Wood Shop, Pottery Studio, Aerobics Room, Dance Hall, Arts and Crafts.

J. RAY SHUTE CENTER DIRECTOR:

Patricia Huntley 704-282-4655 | phuntley@monroenc.org 506 Green St HOURS: Mon - Fri - 12:00 - 8:00 pm; Sat - 11:00am - 5:00pm (Open Gym) Available for reservation: 9:00am - 10:00pm Sun - 2:00 - 6:00pm (Open Gym) Available for reservation: 1:00 - 6:00pm AMENITIES: Meeting Room, Gymnasium, Game Room, Playground, Picnic Shelter.

MONROE AQUATIC & FITNESS CENTER DIRECTOR:

Kathy Henderson 704-282-4680 | khenderson@monroenc.org 2325 Hanover Drive AQUATICS CENTER HOURS: Mon-Fri - 5:00am - 9:30pm Sat - 6:30am - 7:00pm Sun - 1:00 - 7:00pm WATER PARK HOURS: Mon-Fri - 10:00am - 8:00pm Sat - 10:00am - 7:00pm Sun - 1:00 - 7:00pm AMENITIES: Indoor Jr. Olympic Training Pool, Outdoor Water Park (Open Memorial Day Labor Day, visit website for times), Jacuzzi, Steam Room, Dry Sauna, Fitness Room, Gymnasium, Racquetball, Indoor Walk/Run Track, Wellness Center, Smoothie/Juice Bar, Pro Shop, Massage Therapy

MONROE COUNTRY CLUB Municipal Golf & Country Club GOLF PRO: Nick Jacobi, PGA Professional 704-282-4661 | njacobi@monroenc.org 1680 Pageland Hwy PRO SHOP/GOLF COURSE HOURS:

Mon-Fri - 8:00am - 5:00pm Sat/Sun - 7:30am - 5:00pm AMENITIES: 18 hole golf course, Pro Shop, Ballroom, 1.5 mile walking trail, Picnic Area, Driving Range.

OLD ARMORY COMMUNITY CENTER DIRECTOR:

Hope Tanner 704-282-4669 | whtanner@monroenc.org 500 South Johnson St HOURS: Mon-Fri 9:00am - 6:00pm Sat 9:00am - 12:00 noon AMENITIES: Meeting Room, Game Room, Computer Lab, Fitness Room, Media Room, Playground.

SUTTON PARK CENTER DIRECTOR:

Thomas Latimer 704282-4656 | tlatimer@monroenc.org 2303 Brooks St HOURS: Mon - Fri noon - 8:00pm Sat - 11:00am - 5:00pm (Open Gym) Available for reservation: 9:00am - 10:00pm Sun - 2:00 - 6:00pm (Open Gym) Available for reservation: 1:00 - 6:00pm AMENITIES: Gymnasium, Game Room, Meeting Room, Playground, Shelter, Softball Field, Baseball Field.

WINCHESTER CENTER DIRECTOR:

Gail Coffey | gcoffey@monroenc.org 704-282-4652 Gym 704-282-4654 Bazemore Center 1001 Winchester Avenue GYM HOURS: Mon - Fri - noon - 8:00 pm Sat - 11:00am - 5:00pm (Open Gym) Available for reservation: 9:00am - 10:00pm Sun - 2:00 - 6:00pm (Open Gym) Available for reservation: 1:00 - 6:00pm BAZEMORE HOURS: Mon-Fri - noon - 6:00pm AMENITIES: Gymnasium, Ceramics Room, Meeting Room, Game Room, Playground, Picnic Tables.

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It is our privilege to serve the citizens of this wonderful community. We welcome your feedback and input. Please feel FREE to contact our staff with any questions, concerns or suggestions to help us make “Monroe a Great Place to Play”. - Tonya Edwards, Director

DIRECTORY Parks & Recreation Director Tonya Edwards | 704-282-4659 tedwards@monroenc.org Afterschool @ Dickerson Kimberly Scott | 704-282-4649 kscott@monroenc.org Athletic Programs/ Special Events Rae Moore | 704-282-4663 rlmoore@monroenc.org Aquatics & Fitness Center Kathy Henderson 704-282-4662 | khenderson@monroenc.org Community Center Programs/ Special Events Ryan Jones | 704-282-4695 rjones@monroenc.org Golf Course Nick Jacobi, PGA Professional 704-282-5785 njacobi@monroenc.org Scott Huss, Grounds Superintendent 704-282-4660 | shuss@ monroenc.org Parks Maintenance Darren Baucom | 704-282-4664 dbaucom@monroenc.org Reservations/Rentals Angie Sustar | 704-282-4651 asustar@monroenc.or Senior Programs Colleen Puceta | 704-282-4657 cpuceta@monroenc.org

OUTDOOR PARKS Darren Baucom, Parks Superintendent 704-282-4664 | dbaucom@monroenc.org Belk Tonawanda 217 IB Shive Dr AMENITIES: Picnic Tables, Amphitheater, Shelter, Open Space, Playground Creft Park 803 Burke St AMENITIES: Playground, Softball Field, Picnic Shelter Don Griffin Park 147 Cedar St AMENITIES: Picnic Tables, Playground, Baseball Field, Shelter Parks Williams Athletic Complex 2011 Ashton Ave AMENITIES: Soccer Fields, Softball Fields, Walking Track Sunset Park 306 West Sunset Dr AMENITIES: Playground, Baseball Fields,Picnic Tables


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MONROE COUNTRY CLUB BALLROOM Angie Sustar | 704-282-4651 asustar@monroenc.org | 1680 Pageland Highway FACILITY FEES DAILY RATE:

$700.00 (Resident) $800.00 (Non-Resident)

HOURLY RATE:

$140.00 (Resident) $165.00 (Non-Resident)

IN CONJUNCTION WITH A TOURNAMENT DAILY RATE:

$350.00 (Mon. – Thurs.) $500.00 (Fri. – Sun) Refundable damage deposit at half of the rental fee. The Monroe Country Club Ballroom is minutes from Highway 74 and is perfect for birthday parties, receptions, weddings and all other events. The ballroom provides beautiful space for all your event needs.

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