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Summer 2018 May–August

City of Southlake Community Services Department

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INTRODUCTION

Summer Fun List Can you believe it? Summer is almost here! I don’t know about all of you, but I’m already busy filling up my calendar. Since there is so much to see and do in Southlake over the summer, I thought I’d help you out by giving you a good list to get started with.

Here’s my list of Southlake Summer To-Dos. Movies at The Marq — Enjoy a movie outside on us. Grab your family and friends, a lawn chair or blanket and join us for some movie fun. This year the lineup includes Cars 3, Coco, Mulan and the 2017 live action Beauty and the Beast. Details can be found at ExperienceSouthlakeTexas.com/Events.

Summer Recreation Programs — We’ve got a program for you and the whole family. We start with activities for the preschoolers and go all the way to programming for our seniors. Take some time to browse this edition of The Scene and find the right programs for your family.

Southlake Spy Academy — The Southlake Library has a top-secret mission for summer readers, should they choose to accept. Pack your duffel bag with your favorite reads and work your way up to Master Spy. Want to sign up? Check out SouthlakeLibrary.com for more information.

Parks and Rec Month — July is Parks and Recreation Month and we’re ready to celebrate! Check out the calendar of fun events at ExperienceSouthlakeTexas.com/ Events/July.

MasterWorks Concert Series — What’s better than live music in the park? There are concerts planned throughout the summer. Take your pick of Town Square or Aria Amphitheater and grab a lawn chair. Take a look at the schedule and see what strikes your fancy at ExperienceSouthlakeTexas.com/Events.

Stars & Stripes — It’s the perfect way to celebrate Independence Day. Join us for a night of fireworks, music and fun for the whole family. Get all the details you need at StarsAndStripesSouthlake.com.

Have a wonderful summer! I hope to see you around town. Laura K. Hill

Community Services Mission Statement The mission of the Community Services Department is to create engaging programs, events, and facilities where Southlake residents can connect, play, learn, and grow.

Parks and Recreation

Tennis Center

Mon – Fri, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM 1400 Main Street, Suite 210 (817) 748-8019 ExperienceSouthlakeTexas.com

Mon – Thur, 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM Fri, 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM Sat, 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM Sun, 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM 450 W. Southlake Blvd Bicentennial Park (817) 421-5605 SouthlakeTennis.com

Senior Activity Center Mon – Fri, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM 285 Shady Oaks Dr (817) 748-8315 SouthlakeSeniorCenter.com

The Marq Southlake Mon – Fri, 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM Sat, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM 285 Shady Oaks Dr (817) 748-8900 ExperienceSouthlakeTexas.com

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Public Library Mon – Thur, 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM Fri – Sat, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM 1400 Main Street (817) 748-8243 SouthlakeLibrary.com

Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve Facility Hours Tuesday – Saturday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Preserve & Trail Hours Central Standard Time 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Daylight Savings Time 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM 355 E. Bob Jones Road (817) 491-6333 BJNC.org


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The Marq Southlake

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Special Events

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Cultural Events

12-13

Sponsorships

14-17

Bob Jones Nature Center Classes

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Therapeutic Recreation

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Youth Camps

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Teen Camps

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Preschool Programs

32-33

Youth Programs

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Youth Athletics

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Athletic Associations

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Southlake Tennis

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Teen & Adult Programs

41

Adult Programs

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Aquatics

43

Youth Athletics

44

Green Initiatives

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Volunteer Southlake

46-47

Seniors (55+)

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Southlake Library

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Community Organizations

@SLParksandRec

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Registration

youtube.com/user/CityofSouthlake

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Facility Rentals

@TheMarqSLK

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Parks

facebook.com/TheMarqSLK

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Park Highlight

SUMMER CAMP MANIA see pages 20-21

CONNECT WITH US Facebook.com/CityofSouthlake

@TheMarqSLK

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THE MARQ SOUTHLAKE Southlake residents, Southlake businesses, and Southlake non-profits will receive 20% off all room rental fees.

LEGENDS HALL - EVENT SPACES Room

Refundable Deposit

Basic Hourly Rate

Premium Hourly Rate**

Indoor Ceremony Fee

Traditions Ballroom (I, II, or III)

$300

$180

$300

$600

Traditions Ballroom (I & II, or II & III)

$300

$270

$450

$600

Traditions Ballroom (I-III)

$300

$360

$600

$600

LEGENDS HALL - MEETING AND CONFERENCE ROOMS Room

Refundable Deposit

Hourly Rate

Legacy Meeting Room (I, II, or III)

$100

$80

Legacy Meeting Room (I & II or II & III)

$100

$110

All Legacy Meeting Room (I-III)

$100

$140

Studio

$100

$60

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ARIA AMPHITHEATER Room

Refundable Deposit

Basic Hourly Rate

Premium Hourly Rate**

Outdoor Ceremony Fee

Aria

$300

$360

$360

$1,500

*Package rentals require a refundable $1,000 deposit. **Premium Hourly Rate is Monday - Friday 5:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. as well as, Saturday and Sunday all day. ***Minimum of 3-hour rental is required on Saturday and Sunday.

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LEGENDS HALL

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SPECIAL EVENTS

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SPECIAL EVENTS

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SPECIAL EVENTS

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SPECIAL EVENTS Register for

Southlake Spy Academy

at in the Library or online SouthlakeLibrary.com

Southlake Spy Academy Kick Off! Saturday—June 2 Bicentennial Park 10:00 AM–12:00 PM Featuring a DJ, a scavenger hunt, daring spy feats, treats and more. See page 48 for more information.

CALL (817) 748-8243 FOR MORE INFORMATION

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SPECIAL EVENTS

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CULTURAL EVENTS

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SPONSORSHIPS LIVEFIT SOUTHLAKE WELLNESS CHALLENGE

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA TITLE SPONSOR

BREAKFAST SPONSOR

SANTA’S WORKSHOP SPONSOR

CANDY CUP SPONSOR

HOLIDAY BREAK CAMP MANIA

REFRESHMENT SPONSORS

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SPONSORSHIPS SWEETHEART DANCE

EASTER IN THE PARK

TITLE SPONSOR

REFRESHMENT SPONSORS

SOUTHLAKE SUPERHERO 5K & FUN RUN TITLE SPONSOR

SENIOR CENTER TITLE SPONSOR

McGee Law Firm Nothing Bundt Cakes iFratelli Pizza FOR SPONSORSHIP INQUIRIES PLEASE CONTACT SPONSORSHIPS@CI.SOUTHLAKE.TX.US 13

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BOB JONES NATURE CENTER CLASSES BOB JONES NATURE CENTER & PRESERVE – BJNC.ORG

EDUCATE • CONSERVE • PRESERVE 355 E. Bob Jones Rd. Southlake, TX 76092 • P: (817) 491-6333 Facility Hours Tuesday – Saturday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Preserve and Trail Hours Daylight Savings Time Central Standard Time 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM

VOLUNTEER AND INTERN POSITIONS Bob Jones Nature Center & Preserve is a 501(3) (c) nonprofit with a mission to restore and preserve the Eastern Cross-Timbers Ecosystem through environmental leadership, education, and compatible outdoor activities. The center hosts many various events, lectures, classes and hands-on educational experiences for children and adults. The Bob Jones Nature Center strives to restore and preserve the eastern Cross Timbers by expanding its offerings. This is achieved through the introduction of innovative ways to “Educate, Conserve and Preserve;” as well as researching new opportunities to influence learning about the natural world. It is our sincere hope that you will join us this year. We invite you to believe in the significance of a Nature Center experience!

We specifically need volunteers and interns in the following positions but are open to help in other areas as well:

MEMBERSHIP

Those interested in volunteering or interning are encouraged to attend a Volunteer Orientation, generally the last Saturday of each month from 1:00 – 2:00 PM.

Members of Bob Jones Nature Center form a dynamic community of consciously “green” nature-lovers. All tax-deductible payments and donations are used to upkeep and expand BJNC educational offerings and events. Join our community today! Members receive discounts not available to the general public including discounts on classes, birthday parties and events at BJNC as well as discounts at partnering local businesses. To get more information or to become a member, go to http://bjnc.org/get-involved/membership.

BJNC.ORG @BJNCO

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• Composting Support • Environmental Educator (Naturalist) • Classroom Helper • Event & Festival Support • Marketing/Community Relations Support • Social Media/Content Support

For more information visit bjnc.org/volunteer email admin@bjnc.org or call (817) 491-6333 to discuss all of our opportunities.


BOB JONES NATURE CENTER CLASSES

SUMMER PROGRAMS NATURAL DISCOVERY SUMMER CAMP Ages 3-5, 5-6, 7-9 http://bjnc.org/summer-camps-3-9-year-olds This year, sign your kiddo up to discover the natural treasures of the Cross Timbers forest! With 750 acres of trails to explore, Bob Jones Nature Center provides the perfect natural setting, along with experienced staff, for the summer of a lifetime. Each week has a different theme, so be sure to sign up for the topics that your camper is the most interested in! COST $225 per week (age 5–9 full day)* $180 per week (age 3–5 half day)* *BJNC Members get 10% discount DAYS/TIMES: Tuesday–Friday

WEEK 1 — YOUNG BIRDERS June 5–8

Ages 5-9: 9:30 – 4:00 Ages 3-5: 9:30 – 12:30 ½ day Sign up for one week or as many as you want. Features: Two daily snacks provided; weekly special guests.

WEEK 3 — UNDERGROUND INVESTIGATORS

Dive right into the world of birds with our Young Birders week, which will take campers through the basics of what makes birds unique, how to identify common backyard birds, and the world of meat-eating birds known as raptors. We will dissect owl pellets, look at feathers under microscopes, and play bird games all week long.

June 19–22

WEEK 2 — WORLD OF INSECTS

WEEK 4 — POND EXPLORERS

June 12–15

June 26–29

Come learn about some of the amazing adaptations insects have evolved, examine live specimens under microscopes, and build an insect hotel at our World of Insects week. Each day will focus on a different insect: grasshoppers, ants, butterflies, beetles. Jump right in and you will gain a whole new level of appreciation for these tiny creatures!

Ponds are magnets for hosts of different kinds of wildlife, from the plants that are rooted there to the wading birds like Great Blue Herons that hunt for aquatic insects. This week, we will scoop up and study pond samples under microscopes as we learn about the benefits that wetlands provide to life of all shapes and sizes.

Discover the worlds of life located just beneath our feet at Underground Investigators week. We will spend this week learning about the burrowing animals that take advantage of the land underground and about what makes up the dirt.

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WEEK 5 — PREDATORS AND PREY

WEEK 7 — FOSSIL MANIA

July 10-13

July 24-27

This week we will dive right in to the world of animals that sit atop the food chain on both land and sea, from local carnivores like hawks and coyotes to meat-eaters across the world like cheetahs. Sign up to learn about why predators are so essential to the balance of nature and how their amazing adaptations help them survive.

This week we will wind the clock back to when the land that we live on supported a whole different ecosystem. T exas is an excellent place to dig up the past, and we will spend Fossil Mania week exploring the ancient rocks that teach us about creatures as old as the dinosaurs.

WEEK 6 — LIFE ON THE PRAIRIE July 17-20 The vast prairies of North America were once and still are a home to a wide variety of fascinating creatures, from Prairie Dogs to Armadillos. We’ll spend this week exploring the tracks and other signs of the creatures on our prairie land and learning about why grasslands are an essential ecosystem.

NATURAL DISCOVERY SUMMER CAMP LEVEL UP Ages 10-12, 13-14 http://bjnc.org/summer-camps-10-14-year-olds Did you come to Bob Jones Nature Center when you were younger and thought you had aged out of our summer camps? Are you ready to level up and take your naturalist knowledge to the next step? Join us for Natural Discovery Summer Camp LEVEL UP, where we will take you through new topics and Eco-investigations, all while having a blast outdoors! This year’s camp is theme-based, so be sure to sign up for the weeks you are the most excited about. DAYS/TIMES Tuesday – Friday • 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM

COST $170 per week* BJNC Members get 10% discount

Features: Two daily snacks provided; weekly special guests.

WEEK 1 — WATER ADVENTURES

WEEK 2 — CROSS TIMBERS EXPEDITION

July 10–13

July 17–20

Being the source of all life, water is an essential resource that must be conserved and protected. Campers at Water Adventures week will learn how to be protectors of this most precious resource all while having a blast sampling from the pond, playing water games, and learning about the wonders of aquatic life.

Does your kiddo love long hikes, camping, and exploring the great outdoors? This week, we will hike to Lake Grapevine and profile our travels in the style of Lewis and Clark. We will learn about edible plants, how to build temporary shelters, and what hazards to avoid when out in the Cross Timbers.

WEEK 3 — BIRDS, BATS, BEETLES July 24–27 Ever wonder what lives out there in the great Cross Timbers forest? We will spend this week getting an overview of some of the species that inhabit this unique landscape. Each day will focus on a different animal group, giving your camper all the knowledge they need to be able to confidently describe the wildlife of North Texas.

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BOB JONES NATURE CENTER CLASSES SUMMER PROGRAMS NATURAL DISCOVERY SUMMER WORKSHOPS Ages 10-14 http://bjnc.org/summer-workshops-10-14-year-olds Looking to have a blast outdoors, learn a little bit about nature, make new friends, and still have half the day left to spend at the pool? This summer, Bob Jones Nature Center will host four half-day outdoor workshops designed specifically for 10-14 year-olds. Each workshop focuses on a different theme, so be sure to sign up for the topics you are most interested in! COST $85 per workshop* BJNC Members get 10% discount

DAYS/TIMES Wednesday – Thursday • 1:00 – 4:00 PM Sign up for just one week or as many as you want.

WEEK 1 — ECO-CITIZENS

WEEK 3 — THE GREAT NATURE GAMES

June 6–7

June 20–21

Eco-Citizens workshop at BJNC will be a fun introduction to selected topics in conservation, sustainability, and Leave No Trace. Our campers will learn about how they can make a positive impact at home and in their communities all while doing fun science projects and playing eco-games.

In order to survive in the wild, animals have developed amazing adaptations – outer body coverings that protect against the cold, sensory abilities to help detect predators, and camouflage, to name a few. This summer workshop will take you through a number of scenario-based games that will help you see life through the eyes of some of Texas’ most impressive species.

WEEK 2 — WRITER’S WORKSHOP June 13–14

WEEK 4 — NO IMPACT

Nature has been one of the greatest sources of inspiration for many of history’s most famed authors and poets. Rather than read and study in an isolated classroom space, we will do fun journaling activities and experience the world of nature writing out on our 750 acres of trails.

June 27–28 This week, we will learn how to harness nature’s resources in a non-impactful way. On day one, we will focus on harnessing the sun to cook food and power a mini model car, while on day two; we will use recycled and reused materials to make the ultimate eco-art project.

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THERAPEUTIC RECREATION

SUMMER CLUB METRO

ADVENTURES IN ART CAMP

The Marq Southlake, 285 Shady Oaks Drive

The Marq Southlake, 285 Shady Oaks Drive

Ages 13+ • Min 8 – Max 20 Instructor: City of Southlake Recreation Staff

Ages 14+ • Min 6 – Max 25 Instructor: R. Garden Art

Don’t let the hot weather keep you inside this summer! Join us as we discover the best and brightest summer activities in the Metroplex. Summer Club is designed for teens and young adults with mental and developmental disabilities. Dinner and entertainment is provided on every trip.

This four-day workshop from the Robert Garden School of Art teaches young artists to create masterpieces using five different painting mediums: oil pastels, watercolor, heavy acrylic, light acrylic and charcoal. Students will paint eight works of art while learning fine art principles and color theory in a safe, fun and encouraging environment. Subjects include land and seascapes, still lifes, florals and animals. All supplies furnished. Wear an old t-shirt and bring a snack!

DAY DATE TIME Chisholm Aquatics Center

COST CODE

T Th

5:00 – 8:00 PM 5:00 – 8:00 PM

$20 $20

TRSC38 TRSC39

5:00 – 8:00 PM 5:00 – 8:00 PM

$20 $20

TRSC40 TRSC41

5:00 – 9:30 PM 5:00 – 9:30 PM

$32 $32

TRSC42 TRSC43

5:00 – 9:30 PM 5:00 – 9:30 PM

$32 $32

TRSC44 TRSC45

5:00 – 8:00 PM 5:00 – 8:00 PM

$20 $20

TRSC46 TRSC47

July 24 July 26

5:00 - 8:00 PM 5:00 - 8:00 PM

$20 $20

TRSC48 TRSC49

July 31 August 2

5:00 – 8:00 PM 5:00 – 8:00 PM

$20 $20

TRSC50 TRSC51

5:00 – 8:00 PM 5:00 – 8:00 PM

$20 $20

TRSC52 TRSC53

$20 $20

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June 12 June 14

DAY

DATE

M,T,W,Th June 18 – 21

TIME

COST CODE

6:00 – 8:00 PM

$120 TRSC19

Tornado Terry’s

T Th

June 19 June 21

Texas Rangers vs. San Diego Padres

T W

June 26 June 27

Dinner and a Movie

T Th

July 10 July 12

Bowling at Main Event

T Th

July 17 July 19

Laser Quest

T Th Whirlyball

T Th

Bedford Splash

T TH

August 7 August 9

Grapevine Sealife Aquarium

T Th

August 14 August 16

5:00 – 8:00 PM 5:00 – 8:00 PM

THERAPEUTIC RECREATION (TR) PROVIDES RECREATION AND LEISURE OPPORTUNITIES TO PERSONS WITH PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DISABILITIES. Our TR philosophy is to encourage people of all abilities to engage in a more active lifestyle through community recreation. To ensure the safety and enjoyment of all individuals involved in therapeutic recreation programs, each participant must be restroomtrained and is expected to display appropriate behavior such as having the ability to listen and follow instructions and interact with others in a socially acceptable manner. Participants must remain with the group during trips and activities.

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YOUTH CAMPS DESIGNING DOLLS Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 5 – 12 • Min 5 – Max 20 Instructor: Little Artist Studio Does your child love dolls? This camp will guide your child through creating a doll that is truly one-of-a-kind! In Designing Dolls, each student will learn how to design and hand-sew a cloth doll, a flip boll, clothes for the doll and a cloth bag to carry everything home in. Participants will individually decorate the doll with hair, paint the face and design and sew the doll’s clothing. DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

M–F

Jul 23 – 27

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

$150 DDOL1

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GLAMOUR GIRLS Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 5 – 12 • Min 5 – Max 20 Instructor: Little Artist Studio Butterfly wing toenails and shimmery lip balm – does this sound like your glamour style? If so, then spend a week creating handmade beauty products that you will get to take home! Crafts will include making your own shimmery, scented lip balm, fizzy bath bombs, hand soap, glitter nail polish and beauty box to store everything in. Not only will you make personalized beauty products, but you will also begin each morning painting your toenails learning beautiful nail techniques. DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jul 9 – 13

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

$150

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ADVENTURES IN ART CAMP Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 6 – 13 • Min 6 – Max 25 Instructor: R. Garden Art Finally, an art camp taught by professional artists who specialize in teaching fine art and creative thinking, not simple crafts! In this four-day workshop from the Robert Garden School of Art, young artists learn to create eight masterpieces using five different painting mediums: oil pastels, watercolor, heavy acrylic, light acrylic and charcoal. Instructors will also explain the principles of fine art and color theory. Subjects include land and seascapes, still lifes, florals and animals. All supplies furnished. Wear an old t-shirt and bring a snack. DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M,T,W,TH M,T,W,TH

June 18 – 21 July 30 – Aug 2

9:00 AM – 11:45 AM 2:00 PM – 4:45 PM

$150 $150

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YOUTH CAMPS

Looking for a fun and active way for your kids to spend the summer? Camp Mania is the place to be! Campers will be encouraged to learn new things, meet new friends and gain new experiences in this safe and friendly environment Parents will receive a parent packet the Thursday before camp begins to answer any questions about Camp Mania

Durham Intermediate School, 801 Shady Oaks Drive Ages 5 – 11 • Min 40 – Max 110 As of September 1, 2017. Participants must be currently enrolled in Kindergarten in a public or private school equivalent.

Instructor: City of Southlake Recreation Staff

Camp Mania provides structured games, free play, arts and crafts, field trips and much more in a fun and safe environment where kids are #1! Structured activities take place between 9 AM and 4 PM. Before and after care is provided free of charge from 7:30 AM to 9 AM and from 4 PM to 6:30 PM.

REGISTRATION

REFUNDS

Register online or in person at the Parks and Recreation office. Online registration will end the Thursday before each camp session at 11:59 PM. In-person registration will end at 10 AM the first day of camp (pending availability).

Refund request forms must be received at the Parks and Recreation office seven (7) business days prior to the start of Camp Mania. No refunds will be issued after the request deadline has passed. There is a $35 administration fee per refund request. Refund and transfer requests delivered at the camp location will not be honored.

NO registrations will be accepted at the camp location.

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YOUTH CAMPS Typical Camp Week

Week 1: Safari Ride Field Trip: Fort Worth Zoo DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jun 4 – Jun 8

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

$150

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Tuesday: Swimming (please bring swimsuit, towel and sunscreen) or Skatetown

Week 2: Aloha Summer Field Trip: Hawaiian Falls — The Colony DAY

DATE

TIME

M–F

Jun 11 – Jun 15 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

COST

CODE

$150

CMPM2

Week 3: To Infinity, and Beyond! Field Trip: Main Event Bowling and Harkins (Incredibles 2) DAY

DATE

TIME

M–F

Jun 18 – Jun 22 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Monday: “Get to Know You” games, arts and crafts, recreational activities

Wednesday: Field trip day!* MUST WEAR CAMP SHIRT! Thursday: Inflatables or a guest speaker/ entertainer

COST

CODE

Friday: Lunch provided and a movie

$150

CMPM3

*Field trips are subject to change

COST

CODE

$150

CMPM4

Week 4: Adventureland Field Trip: Fort Worth Museum DAY

DATE

TIME

M–F

Jun 25 – Jun 29 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Week 5: Splish Splash Field Trip: Hawaiian Falls — Roanoke DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jul 2 – Jul 6*

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

$120

CMPM5

*No camp July 4

Week 6: Get Your Play On Field Trip: Amazing Jakes DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jul 9 – Jul 13

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

$150

CMPM6

Week 7: Yarrr Matey! Field Trip: NRH2O DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jul 16 – Jul 20

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

$150

CMPM7

Week 8: Game On Field Trip: Pinstack DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jul 23 – Jul 27

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

$150

CMPM8

Week 9: Amaze Your Brain Field Trip: Perot Museum DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jul 30 – Aug 3

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

$150

CMPM9

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YOUTH CAMPS

FUSION GAMING JUNIOR

FUSION GAMING

Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive

Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive

Ages 5 – 7 • Min 7 – Max 16

Ages 8 – 14 • Min 5 – Max 15

Instructor: 8Bit Education

Instructor: 8Bit Education

This introductory course lets young gamers design their very own game while also learning how to use a keyboard and mouse. Students will code a pre-made game using basic level design and take their games home with them at the end of the course.

A newly redesigned course, this camp teaches computer programming utilizing the software Multimedia Fusion 2 by Clickteam. With the introduction of our new Versus! course, we have combined Game Design I and II into a single in-depth coding class where students build and take home a completed 3-level game. Students will design, code and learn alterable and global values while creating and tracking character health, item count, sound effects and more.

DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jul 23 – 27

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

$175

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LEGO ANIMATION Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 8 – 14 • Min 5 – Max 15 Instructor: 8Bit Education In Lego Animation, kids create their very own stop-motion animation movie. Instructors will guide students as they build sets, create voiceovers and edit stills to bring their movies to life. Afterward, kids can view and share their videos through 8Bit’s YouTube channel. DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jul 30 – Aug 3

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

$175

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DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jul 23 – 27

1:00 – 4:00 PM

$175

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YOUTH CAMPS MINECRAFT ARCHITECTS Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 8 – 15 • Min 7 – Max 15 Instructor: 8Bit Education This camp is designed to spark creative thinking, develop spatial visualization skills and improve math proficiency. Kids will work as a team to build structures that meet specific guidelines while taking environmental features into consideration. They’ll also have to use advanced problemsolving skills to defeat the real-world challenges of limited resources and time. DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Aug 6 – 10

1:00 – 4:00 PM

$175

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MINECRAFT SOCIETIES Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 8 – 14 • Min 7 – Max 15 Instructor: 8Bit Education Minecraft Societies challenges students to use teamwork, ingenuity and problem-solving skills as they learn about the pillars that make a great society. Students start in a harsh environment and discover what it takes to start out as an outpost. From there, students vote on what they would like their city to focus on: security, education, healthcare and public works. At the end of camp, student interviews and a video flyby of their city will be posted on 8Bit’s site! DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Aug 6 – 10

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

$175

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YOUTH CAMPS JUNIOR RED-HOT ROBOTS Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 6 – 10 • Min 12 – Max 20 Instructor: Mad Science Join us in red-hot robot exploration! Students will learn about the inner workings of robots by experimenting with circuits, sensors and power supplies as they build their very own robot. We’ll also explore sound-sensing, line-tracking and solar-powered robots. DAY

DATE

TIME

M–F

Jun 25 – 29 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

COST

CODE

$190

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NASA ACADEMY OF SPACE EXPLORERS Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 6 – 10 • Min 12 – Max 20 Instructor: Mad Science Blast-off on knowledge of flight! This camp is an exciting study on rockets. Campers build their own rocket and planes, experiment with propulsion systems and even launch and recover rockets. Each day, campers will create amazing things to take home. DAY

DATE

M–F

Jun 25 – 29 1:00 – 4:00 PM

TIME

COST

CODE

$165

MSNA1

LEGO BRIXOLOGY ENGINEERS Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 6 – 10 • Min 12 – Max 20 Instructor: Mad Science In this fun and educational camp, future engineers will build Lego projects inspired by a variety of engineering fields: mechanical, structural, aerospace, nautical and bioengineering. They’ll then have to use their critical thinking, cooperation and creative problem-solving skills to test and improve their creations. At the end of each class, campers will have a unique take-home toy that will reinforce the concepts covered that day.

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DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jul 9 – 13

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

$165

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YOUTH CAMPS THYMIO ROBOTICS: VISUAL PROGRAMMING Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 5 – 7 • Min 8 – Max 16 Instructor: TechEdventures In our most popular camp for young engineers, kids learn robotics and basic coding skills as they customize the behavior of our Thymio robots using touch controls and infrared sensors. By the end of the week, each camper will have turned his or her robot into a living, moving creature with a unique personality! DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jun 18 – 22

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

$185

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M–F

Aug 13 – 17

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

$185

TETR2

SQUISHY CIRCUITS ELECTRONIC LAB Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 5 – 7 • Min 8 – Max 16 Instructor: TechEdventures This hands-on celebration of science, creativity and fun teaches the science behind circuits with a week of amazing projects. Kids use real “grown up” (but child-safe) components like circuit boards, switches and LED lights to explore concepts including conductivity, resistance and magnetism. DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jun 18 – 22

1:00 – 4:00 PM

$185

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DIGITAL GAME DEVELOPMENT Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 7 – 10 • Min 8 – Max 16 Instructor: TechEdventures Create amazing digital games using the pro-quality Clickteam Fusion platform. Campers develop the logical flow of their game then create a unique digital environment complete with animated characters, custom backgrounds and sound effects. This camp is a fun and engaging way to explore one of the hottest new sectors of the tech industry! DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F M–F

Jul 16 – 20 Aug 13 – 17

1:00 – 4:00 PM 1:00 – 4:00 PM

$185 $185

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YOUTH CAMPS CHESS WIZARDS SUMMER CAMP Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 5 – 14 • Min 10 – Max 16 Instructor: Chess Wizards Chess Wizards is a premier chess education company providing fun, informative and challenging chess lessons to students. Chess Wizards teaches children important life concepts such as the ability to win graciously and accept defeat with dignity and sportsmanship. Students will be divided into groups according to their chess experience. At the end of this camp, each student will have had the chance to participate in a mini chess tournament. DAY

DATE

M – F Jul 16 – 20

TIME

COST

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM $200

CODE

CWCP2

WILD ABOUT WEATHER Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 7 – 11 • Min 5 – Max 16 Instructor: Dan Henry, Chief Meteorologist, Fox 4 News In this camp, students will take a “hands on” approach to learning about the weather by doing simple experiments such as making clouds, creating a “spark of lightning” and spinning up a tornado in a bottle. They’ll identify certain clouds that can be telltale signs of potentially dangerous weather, examine how weather radar works and learn how to stay safe when severe weather strikes. Finally, students will learn to read and draw basic weather maps, watch a virtual weather balloon launch and write and deliver their very own weather reports! Students are asked to bring a basic set of colored pencils: red, blue, green, purple, black and yellow.

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DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M – Th

Jul 23 – 26

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

$175

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DODGEBALL CAMP CISD Administration Gym, 2400 N. Carroll Ave. Ages 7 – 12 • Min 10 – Max 25 Instructor: Bowmen Sports In our ultra-popular program, kids have the opportunity to learn and play several versions of dodgeball. The emphasis is on fun, teamwork and exercise. We will play many different versions of the classic game using new coated foam balls, which are perfect for safe and FUN play! Groups are divided based on ages. Please bring a snack and gym shoes. DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M,T,W,TH M,T,W,TH

Jun 11 – 14 Aug 13 – 16

1:00 – 4:00 PM 1:00 – 4:00 PM

$95 $95

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TGA PREMIER JR. GOLF CAMP Durham Intermediate School, 801 Shady Oaks Drive Ages 6 – 16 • Min 5 – Max 20 Instructor: TGA Premier Golf Staff TGA makes golf accessible by bringing our unique curriculum to the schools and community. We hope to instill confidence, build life values and offer a fun education experience. All equipment is provided but students are welcome to bring their own clubs. DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jul 16 – 20

9:00 – 11:00 AM

$225

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LITTLE KICKERS SOCCER CAMP Bob Jones Park 3901 N. White Chapel Blvd Ages 5 – 10 • Min 7 – Max 30 Instructor: Crestpoint Athletics Little Kickers Camp is an introductory program that encourages kids to have fun with the soccer ball while learning the fundamentals of the game. Players will develop basic techniques like dribbling, trapping and kicking in a postiive and supportive environment. DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jun 18 – 22

9:00 – 11:00 AM

$99

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BEGINNER BASKETBALL CAMP

This super-fun clinic is designed for young players of all skills and abilities. Program time will focus on dribbling, passing, shooting and rebounding. This is a skills-based program which utilizes drills and games to reinforce the skills being taught. Part of each class time will be used for game scrimmages. Please bring a snack, water and gym shoes.

CISD Administration Gym, 2400 N. Carroll Ave. Ages 5 – 7 • Min 10 – Max 30 Instructor: Bowmen Sports DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M,T,W,TH M,T,W,TH

Jun 25 – 28 Jul 9 – 12

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

$98 $98

BSBB2 BSBB3

BASKETBALL TECH CAMP CISD Administration Gym, 2400 N. Carroll Ave. Ages 6 – 12 • Min 10 – Max 25 Instructor: Bowmen Sports All levels and abilities are welcome in this skills-focused basketball camp. Instructors will emphasize the fundamentals of basketball, from dribbling and passing to shooting and rebounding. As with our Beginner Basketball Camp, this more advanced program uses drills and games to reinforce the skills being taught. Part of each class time will be used for game scrimmages. Bring a snack, water and gym shoes. DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M,T,W,TH M,T,W,TH

Jun 25 – 28 Jul 23 – 26

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

$98 $98

BSBB4 BSBB5

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YOUTH CAMPS FLAG FOOTBALL TECH CAMP CISD Admin, 2400 N. Carroll Ave. Ages 7 – 11 • Min 10 – Max 25 Instructor: Bowmen Sports Flag Football Tech is a combination of a QB skills clinic and a traditional flag football program. During this program, players will learn drills and exercises including passing and receiving as well as defensive coverage. We will also cover football basics such as plays, routes and formations. Each session includes time for a scrimmage. All equipment is supplied, but please bring water and a snack. DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M,T,W,TH

Jun 11 – 14

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

$98

FFBC1

LACROSSE CAMP North Park 200 E. Dove Road Ages 8 – 15 • Min 8 – Max 30 Instructor: Crestpoint Athletics The Crestpoint Athletics Lacrosse Camp is an introductory program designed for kids to have fun and learn about the exciting sport of lacrosse. This camp will not only introduce and develop basic techniques but also nurture a love of the game. DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jun 25 – 29

9:00 – 11:00 AM

$99

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VOLLEYBALL CAMP CISD Admin, 2400 N. Carroll Ave Ages 8 – 15 • Min 7 – Max 30 Instructor: Crestpoint Athletics This all-skills volleyball camp will ignite and excite students about the fun competition of volleyball. Players develop fundamental skills including serving, passing, setting and hitting. Players will develop and demonstrate their newly acquired skills in fun games, drills and scrimmages. DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jul 16 – 20

9:00 – 11:00 AM

$99

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TEEN CAMPS TEEN SCENE School’s out for the summer! Now what? Join our friendly staff as they take your teenager to some of the most fun and interesting places DFW has to offer. We will meet at Durham Intermediate School where teens will shoot hoops, play cards or just hang out and meet new friends before heading out for the day. All trips are subject to change. The Teen Scene van will leave for field trips by 9 AM and return by approximately 4 PM. Participants can be dropped off between 7:30 AM and 9 AM. and picked up between 4 PM and 6:30 PM. Please provide your teen with daily lunch money or a sack lunch and optional spending money for trips. REFUND POLICY Durham Intermediate School, 801 Shady Oaks Drive Ages 12 – 15 • Min 10 – Max 13 (age as of September 1, 2017) Instructor: City of Southlake Recreation Staff

WEEK 1

Refund request forms must be received at the Parks and Recreation office seven (7) business days prior to the start of Teen Scene. No refunds will be issued after the request deadline has passed. There is a $35 administration fee per refund request. Refund and transfer requests delivered at the camp location will not be honored.

WEEK 7

Feature Trips: Fort Worth Zoo & NRH20 DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

Feature Trips: Group Dynamix & AT&T Stadium Tour

M–F

June 4 – 8

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

$190

TEEN1

DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jul 16 – 20

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

$190

TEEN7

WEEK 2 Feature Trips: American Airlines Center Tour & Group Dynamix

WEEK 8

DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

Feature Trips: Museum Tour & Dallas Aquarium

M–F

June 11 – 15

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

$190

TEEN2

DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jul 23 – 27

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

$190

TEEN8

COST

CODE

$190

TEEN9

WEEK 3

WEEK 9

Feature Trips: Six Flags & Harkins Theatre (Incredibles 2) DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

Feature Trips: Hawaiian Falls & Harkins Theatre

M–F

June 18 – 22

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

$190

TEEN3

DAY

DATE

M–F

Jul 30 – Aug 3 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

WEEK 4 Feature Trips: NRH20, Summit Rock Climbing & Texas Motor Speedway Tour DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

June 25 – 29

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

$190

TEEN4

WEEK 5 Feature Trips: GlobeLife Park Tour & Ripley’s Believe It or Not DAY

DATE

M, TU, TH, F July 2 – 6*

TIME

COST

CODE

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

$152

TEEN5

*No camp Wednesday, July 4

WEEK 6 Feature Trips: Six Flags & Top Golf DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M–F

Jul 9 – 13

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

$190

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PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS

SOCCERTOTS: AGES 3–4

SOCCERTOTS: AGES 5–6

Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive

Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive

Ages 3 – 4 • Min 4 – Max 10

Ages 5 – 6 • Min 4 – Max 10

Instructor: SuperTots Sports Academy

Instructor: SuperTots Sports Academy

This age division of SoccerTots focuses on developing motor skills and self-confidence through a variety of fun games with lots of physical activity. Children will also strengthen their listening skills and practice following directions. Instructor-tostudent ratio is kept small to maximize individual development and, above all else, promote fun, fun fun!

This age division of SoccerTots concentrates on building core soccer skills and personal focus while introducing an element of light competition. The class uses creative games and kid-friendly drills to make the fundamentals of soccer fun and accessible for young children. Instructor-to-student ratio is kept small to maximize individual development and encourage players to get to know their teammates.

DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

F

Jun 8 – Jul 29

9:00 – 9:45 AM

$90

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F

Jun 8 – Jul 29

10:00 – 10:45 AM

$90

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MINI KICKERS Durham Intermediate School, 801 Shady Oaks Drive Ages 4 – 5 • Min 10 – Max 20 Instructor: City of Southlake Recreation Staff Mini Kickers will introduce the fundamentals of soccer with dribbling, passing and shooting, using creative and imaginative games for children 4 and 5 years old. Sessions will focus on learning the foundations of soccer while also emphasizing the importance of teamwork, sportsmanship and overall fun. Don’t miss the last day of the session when the players will demonstrate the skills they have learned in the “Big Game.”

DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

M, W M, W

Apr 24 – May 17 Apr 24 – May 17

4:30 – 5:15 PM 5:30 – 6:15 PM

$45 $45

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LIL CHEFS

KREATIVE KIDS

Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive

Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive

Ages 4 – 8 • Min 10 – Max 15

Ages 4 – 8 • Min 10 – Max 15 Instructor: DeLaine Votruba

Instructor: DeLaine Votruba

Lil’ Chefs is a hands-on, creative class where our chefs-in-training will learn to mix, measure, decorate and taste. Recipes include beach cupcakes, firecracker cookies, pirate party snacks, octopus hot dogs, pizza quesadillas, summer fun shakes and much more!

Imagine the fun your little artist will have creating their own masterpieces! Crafts include Father’s Day gifts, birdhouse bird feeders, Fourth of July placemats, Mason jar vases and much more.

DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M

Jun 11 – Jul 2

1:00 – 2:00 PM

$75

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M

Jun 11 – Jul 2

2:15 – 3:15 PM

$75

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YOUTH SAFETY TOOLS Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 7 – 12 • Min 7 – Max 16 Instructor: Crestpoint Athletics This class teaches children how to be observant of their surroundings and make wise, safe decisions. Kids ages 7-12 will learn how to stay safe while walking to school, interacting with strangers, dealing with bullies and so much more. We’ll even cover best practices in technology, from using the internet and social media to identifying programs that are bad for your devices.

BABYSITTING CERTIFICATION CLASS Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 10 – 16 • Min 7 – Max 16 Instructor: Crestpoint Athletics Does your child want to babysit over the summer? This compre­ hen­sive Babysitting Certification Class will ensure that he or she is prepared to provide a safe and fun environment for kids of all ages. Topics covered include basic first aid, choking prevention, fire/ emergency procedures and planning age-appropriate activities. At the conclusion of the class, all participants will have the opportunity to earn a certificate by demonstrating their mastery of the content. DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

S

Jul 21

10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

$59

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DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

S

Jun 16

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

$59

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

Jiu-Jitsu

A Tradition since 2002!

Durham Intermediate School, 801 Shady Oaks Drive

SESSION 1

Ages 5 – 17 • Min 8 – Max 20

DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

Instructor: George Weidenhof

M,W M,W

Jun 4 – Jul 18 Jun 4 – Jul 18

6:15 – 7:00 PM 7:00 – 8:00 PM

$75 $75

JIJU30 JIJU31

Our classes are designed to teach students self-discipline, respect for others, self-defense and how to channel their energy in a positive way. Practicing jiu jitsu also enhances memory skills, improves flexibility and physical conditioning, strengthens multi-tasking skills and improves hand-eye coordination. Help students gain confidence, learn discipline and put a stop to bullying through jiu jitsu.

*No class June 18 or 20; No class July 2 or July 4

SESSION 2 DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M,W M,W

Jul 23 – Aug 29 Jul 23 – Aug 29

6:15 – 7:00 PM 7:00 – 8:00 PM

$90 $90

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BASKETBALL SKILLS ACADEMY CISD Admin, 2400 N Carroll Ave Ages 5 – 12 • Min 6 – Max 25 Instructor: Bowmen Sports Ball handling, passing and an introduction to shooting basics are taught in this fun training class. This is a skills-based program that uses drills and games to teach players more about the team sport. Our goal is to get young players excited about the game of basketball. Ages 5 – 7 DAY DATE

TIME

COST CODE

M M

5:00 – 6:00 PM 5:00 – 6:00 PM

$50 $50

DAY DATE

TIME

COST CODE

M M

6:00 – 7:00 PM 6:00 – 7:00 PM

$50 $50

Jul 9 – 30 Aug 6 – 27

BSPO16 BSPO18

Ages 8 – 12

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Jul 9 – 30 Aug 6 – 27

BSPO17 BSPO19


YOUTH ATHLETICS YOUTH BASKETBALL LEAGUE (TEAMS ONLY) Ages 8 – 18 • Min 4 (Age as of September 1, 2017 to be eligible for this league)

CISD Facilities Cost: $410 per team Coaches Meeting: May 30 Registration Closes: May 18 Practices Begin Week of: June 4 – June 8 Season Dates: June 9 – July 21 (No games on July 7) League Tournament: July 23 – July 28 Register as a team and compete against other formed teams in this more competitive league. Coaches in this league are given more freedom to manage their teams with no minimum playing rules. Divisions may be formed based on team skill level but not guaranteed. Each team will be provided space for a 1-hour practice a week.

AGES

CODE

AGES

CODE

Girls 8 & Under Girls 10 & Under Girls 12 & Under

YBBL43 YBBL44 YBBL45

Boys 8 & Under Boys 10 & Under Boys 12 & Under Boys 14 & Under Boys 16 & Under Boys 18 & Under

YBBL46 YBBL47 YBBL48 YBBL49 YBBL50 YBBL51

Teams must provide their own coach and uniforms; please register under the head coach’s name. Rosters and birth certificates are due at the coaches meeting. Blank rosters can be found at teamsideline.com/southlake.

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YOUTH ATHLETICS TeamSideline.com/Southlake City of Southlake Athletics page This website is designed to give you easy access to all your athletics information. As the season progresses, you can view schedules, standings and any changes regarding your leagues and upcoming events.

FOR ALL ATHLETIC UPDATES AND INFORMATION! Team Sideline Information • Schedules • Rain Out Information • Athletic Rules

• Locations & Maps • Downloadable Athletic Forms

SOUTHLAKE PARKS & REC IS ON TWITTER! Follow us @SLParksandRec to receive quick, up-to-date information about what’s going on in Southlake Parks and Recreation!

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YOUTH ATHLETICS VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDED! Please indicate on the registration form if you are interested in coaching. To submit background check online, visit volunteersouthlake.com.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL (INDIVIDUALS) CISD Facilities Ages 6 – 12 • Min 28 – Max Unlimited (Age as of September 1, 2017 to be eligible)

Cost: $70 per player Join the City of Southlake in this recreational youth volleyball league. Jerseys will be provided and a set rotation will be utilized to ensure all players receive equal playing time. Every effort will be made to honor coaching and player requests, but requests are not guaranteed. Participants will receive a league jersey and each team will be provided space for a 1-hour practice each week. Coaches Meeting: May 30 Registration Closes: May 18 Practices Begin Week of: June 4 – June 8 Season Dates: June 9 – July 21 (No games on July 7) League Tournament: July 23 – July 28

LEAGUES

8 & Under 10 & Under 12 & Under

CODES

YVBL14 YVBL15 YVBL16

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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONS Grapevine – Southlake Soccer Association

Southlake Baseball Association

Ages 3 – 18, Adults

Ages 3 – 17

Fall Registration Dates Early May – Mid July Season Dates September – November

Spring Registration Dates Early November – Mid January Season Dates Mid February – May

1001 W. Northwest Hwy., Suite D, Grapevine, Texas 76051 Information Line: (817) 410-9950 Rainout: info@gssasoccer.org • gssasoccer.org

The Miracle League of Southlake All Ages Welcome— Children & Adults Fall Registration Dates Early April – August 17 Season Dates September 24 – October 29 (Saturday Games)

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Spring Registration Dates Early November 1 – Late February 28 Season Dates: Late March – May

Register players or volunteers at miracleleagueofsouthlake.com P.O. Box 92173, Southlake, Texas 76092 info@miracleleagueofsouthlake.com

Fall Registration Dates Online: Early July – Late August Onsite: Mid August Season Dates: Early September – Mid November

Spring Registration Dates Online: Early December – Late January Onsite: Mid January Season Dates: March – May

P.O. Box 92671, Southlake, Texas 76092 Information Line: (972) 558-1690 • dragonyouthbaseball.org info@dragonyouthbaseball.org

Southlake Dragon Youth Football and Cheerleader Association Flag Football Kindergarten and 2nd Grade

Tackle Football 3rd – 6th Grade

Registration Dates Online: May – July ms_spaeth@verizon.net dragonyouthfootball.net dragonyouthcheer@outlook.com dragonyouthcheer.com

Southlake Carroll Lacrosse Association

Southlake Girls Softball Association

Boys & Girls K – 12th

Ages 18 years and Under

Fall Registration Dates July 1 – Open Season Dates Mid September – Late October Spring Registration Dates November – January Season Dates February – May P.O. Box 93237, Southlake, Texas 76092 southlakelacrosse.org Rainout Line: (817) 748-8028

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Fall Registration Dates Late July – Late August Walk Up Date Late August Season Dates September – November

Spring Registration Dates Late January – Mid February Walk Up Date Late January Season Dates March – May

P.O. Box 92643, Southlake, Texas 76092 Information & Rainout Line: (817) 442-1555 • sgsa.org Email: mail@sgsa.org


SOUTHLAKE TENNIS GET YOUR GAME ON THIS SUMMER Inside Bicentennial Park 450 W. Southlake Blvd. Southlake, TX 76092 P: (817) 421-5605 Hours of Operation Monday-Thursday: 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM Friday: 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM Saturday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM Sunday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM

SOUTHLAKE TENNIS CENTER is a public tennis facility owned by the City of Southlake and managed by Stephen Poorman and Mia Gordon-Poorman (Roxy Tennis, LLC). STC is a USTA Outstanding Facility and was named Tennis Industry’s National Public Facility of the Year in 2012. It has 19 lighted hard courts available to rent on an hourly basis.

PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTION Our dedicated tennis pros, led by Director of Tennis Stephen Poorman, have all played college tennis and are USPTA/PTR certified. Our pros are available for private individual and group instruction.

ADULT ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS

PRO SHOP/STRINGING SERVICES

STC hosts leagues, tournaments, adult camps and workouts for adults throughout the year. Please check our website at southlaketennis.com for the latest information on schedules and fees.

STC has a full service pro shop to serve all of your tennis needs. The shop carries equipment from Babolat, Head and Wilson, clothes from Nike and others, tennis bags, shoes and accessories.

Drop-In Drills – Drills are $20 per session. Please visit our website for schedule and online registration.

We offer a full service stringing program with 24 hour turnaround and a large assortment of strings.

New To Tennis Classes – Four (4) week class for adults who are new to the game. Includes on-court instruction by our tennis pros, followed by coached match play. Classes offered days, nights and weekends.

COURT RESERVATIONS Residents: $4.00 per player for 2 hours Non-Residents: $5.00 per player for 2 hours Residents may make reservations up to 7 days in advance.

SOUTHLAKE TENNIS ACADEMY

Week-long summer camps for players starting for players 4 years old starting the week of June 4.

We offer a comprehensive junior program starting at age 4. The program includes weekly classes, organized match play and tournaments.

4–6 yr olds 7–16 yr olds

We offer match play for players starting at 7 years old, Future Stars Tournaments and Play Days during the summer season. We have a graduated method of instruction that allows players to gain skills quickly and advance based on ability. facebook.com/southlaketennis

M–F M–F

8:00–9:00 AM 9:00–12:00 PM

Weekly evening classes on Tues/Thurs and Saturday morning classes for all players throughout the summer.

twitter.com/southlaketennis

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TEEN & ADULT PROGRAMS MOTHER & DAUGHTER SELF-DEFENSE Durham Intermediate School Cafeteria, 801 Shady Oaks Drive Ages 14+ • Min 8 – Max 20 Instructor: George Weidenhof This class is designed for young ladies to train in self-defense with their mothers. Students will learn about situational awareness and the four levels of awareness— white (tuned out), yellow (relaxed awareness), orange (focused awareness) and red (high alert)—along with proven self-defense techniques from Jiu Jitsu including ground fighting. Participants will leave class confident in their ability to maintain active awareness and defend themselves in potentially dangerous situations. DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

M

June 4 – 25*

5:15 – 6:15 PM

$30

MDSD1

M

July 9 – 30

5:15 – 6:15 PM

$40

MDSD2

M

Aug 6 - 27

5:15 – 6:15 PM

$40

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*No class June 18

COLLEGE FINANCIAL PLANNING MADE EASY Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 15+ • Min 8 – Max 16 Instructor: Rao Advisors With more and more students applying to the nation’s colleges, it is becoming increasingly harder to get in. Although the sticker price of attendance and student debt are rising, there are still numerous ways to lower the costs of earning a college degree. In this two-hour class, we will discuss how students and families can better plan their high school years to make college more affordable. We will also address common concerns about higher education such as acceptance rates and yields, recent trends in college admissions and what makes a student profile.

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DAY

DATE

TIME

COST

CODE

S

June 23

1:00 – 3:00 PM

$20

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ADULT PROGRAMS

LIVEFIT PASS! The LiveFit Pass gives you access to all City of Southlake group fitness classes on an unlimited basis for an entire month. Classes we offer: • TOTAL BODY WORKOUT — This high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workout challenges every major muscle group by alternating short bursts of rigorous exercise with periods of active recovery. • ZUMBA — Zumba is a Latin dance fitness program with a party-like atmosphere. Students will learn basic dance steps from around the world and benefit from increased stamina, muscle tone and happy feet! • PILATES — Increase your flexibility as you flow through a series of dynamic movements that restore balance to core muscles of the lower back and abdominals. • YOGA — Connect the mind, breath and body in this dynamic flow practice. Each class will begin with centering exercises then move on to warming Sun Salutations and flows. Some poses will be held for longer periods to build stability and strength as well as open the body.

Southlake Activity Center, 307 Parkwood Drive Ages 18+ DATES

May Pass June Pass July Pass August Pass

May 1 – 31 Jun 1 – 30 Jul 1 – 31 Aug 1 – 31

COST

$20 $20 $20 $20

Visit LiveFitSouthlake.com for monthly calendars and schedules

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INSTRUCTORS WANTED!

Join the Southlake Parks and Recreation team! Contact ParksandRec@ci.southlake.tx.us if you are a certified fitness instructor looking to teach a fun and challenging workout class in Southlake.

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AQUATICS CARROLL ISD AQUATICS CENTER The Carroll ISD Aquatics Center is a 186-foot by 75-foot pool with transitory bulkheads. The facility also features spectator seating for 700, permanent athlete seating for 300 and an 8-lane scoreboard. 1501 W. Southlake Blvd. Southlake, TX 76092 P: (817) 949-8200 Hours of operation vary, visit CISDAquatics.com for information

DRAGON SWIM SCHOOL Ages: Toddler and up Our program has 10 well-defined levels that represent “graduation points” to the next level in the system. This system allows us to reward the child’s efforts at every phase of their swimming progression and build their confidence and desire to learn. We are committed to teaching the proper stroke mechanics from the very beginning. Our program coordinators will “graduate” your student at any time in the lesson as spot testing determines that they are ready for the next level. Your child will receive a certificate with the mastered skills on it at the end of the session. Check our website for classes and availability.

RECREATIONAL/FAMILY SWIMMING HOURS Adult lap swimming and open/family swimming hours are offered. Please visit CISDAquatics.com for more information.

STROKE TEAM

ADMISSION

Ages: 6 & up Stroke Team is a program dedicated to further developing your child’s swimming skills. Stroke Team will provide children with the strong foundation necessary to swim at a competitive level. The child’s technical improvement is our primary objective. The Stroke Team is divided into five groups of well-defined ability levels. The Stroke Team is the transition from swim lessons to a USA swimming team. Level 6/7: 6+ years of age Prerequisite is 50 yards of freestyle with good side breathing and 25 yards of backstroke. Level 8/9: Prerequisite is 100 yards of freestyle, 75 yards of backstroke, 50 yards of breaststroke and 25 yards of butterfly. CISD Residents $62.50/month Non-residents $69/month Stroke Team practice times vary depending on group.

For all programs, please visit the CISD website.

Residents

NonResidents

CISD & City of Southlake Employees

Single Admission 0 – 3 years

Free

$1.00

Free

Single Admission 4 – 17 years

$2.00

$2.50

$1.50

Single Admission 18 – 54 years

$3.00

$3.50

$2.50

Single Admission 55+ years

$1.00

$1.50

$1.00

Pass – 25 Visits 3 – 17 years

$40.00

$44.00

$36.00

Pass – 25 Visits 18 – 54 years

$60.00

$66.00

$54.00

Pass – 25 Visits 55 + years

$20.00

$22.00

$18.00

Pool Party Rental up to 40 guests

$150.00

$165.00

$135.00

Registrations for programs and swim lessons are done online at cisdaquatics.com. All other registrations are taken at the CISD Aquatics Center. 42 REGISTER ONLINE AT EXPERIENCESOUTHLAKETEXAS.COM


YOUTH ATHLETICS SOUTHLAKE STINGRAYS SWIM TEAM CISD Aquatics Center Instructor: Lynne Anderson Add’l information: StingraysSwimming@verizon.net

Registration opens April 2 Registration closes June 8

The Stingrays Swim Team, a Southlake Parks & Recreation sponsored swim team, emphasizes fun and good sportsmanship while participating in recreational competitive swimming. This program is perfect for the swimmer who wants to work hard and be successful but still have lots of fun! New swimmers are welcome to join the swim team but please review the ‘Skills/ Requirements’ paragraph below.

AVAILABLE FOR AGES 5 AND UP, INCLUDING ADULTS! Age as of March 1, 2017 to Age as of March 1, 2018

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SUMMER PRACTICE SCHEDULE

Registration cost covers all fees (except state competition). Competition team suits, caps and goggles will be available for purchase at registration or online at djsports.com.

Jun 4 – Jul 14 (or Jul 25 for State Qualifiers)

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$185 $185

11-12 year olds 13-18 year olds 18 & Over Meets Only** Practice Only***

$185 $185 $185 $75 $150

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**Available to swimmers 14 and older only. Participate in five meets but practice on your own time/location. ***Available to swimmers 13 and older only. Attend practices –no meets.

PRE-SEASON PRACTICES May 16 – Jun 3 Pre-season practices are held between May 18 – Jun 5. Attendance is optional but we encourage your swimmer to attend whenever possible. • Beginner/Intermediate (all swimmers 8 and under, and those ages 9-11 who are new to competitive swimming) Su, 5:00 – 5:45 PM T, 7:30 – 8:30 PM • Intermediate/Advanced (experienced swimmers 10 & up; Adults) Su, 6:00 – 7:00 PM W and Th 7:30 – 8:30 PM

Practice is not mandatory but is strongly encouraged. • Beginner (ages 5–8, & ages 9-11 who are new to competitive swimming) M–Th, 6:45 – 7:30 PM • Intermediate Level (ages 9–13): M–Th, 10:30 AM – 12 PM OR 6:45 – 7:30 PM • Advanced Level (ages 10–18): M–Th, 10:30 AM – 12 PM OR 7:30 – 8:45 PM • Adult (age 18): M–Th, 7:30 – 8:45 PM

SWIM MEETS Meets are held either Friday evenings or Saturdays (morning or afternoon) on the following weekends: Jun 8/9, Jun 15/16, Jun 22/23, Jun 29/30 & Jul 15 (meet attendance is encouraged but is not mandatory). Final meet schedule will be available in late April.

SKILLS/REQUIREMENTS •

Swimmers must be able to swim unassisted 25 yards freestyle (correct breathing and basic form), 25 yards backstroke and 25 yards breaststroke; speed is not a factor. Younger swimmers (8 & under) should have completed all the basic learn-to-swim lessons before considering participation on a swim team. Please note that TAAF rules state that swimmers who are entering 8th grade or younger in the fall of 2018, and who have participated in a USS club meet after Jan 31, 2018, CANNOT participate in TAAF Regionals or STATE meets in July 2018. However swimmers high school age or older (13 & up), CAN compete in the TAAF Regionals & State meets, regardless of whether they participate on a USA team during the school year.

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GREEN INITIATIVES participate in

Keep K eep Southlake Beautiful Southlake ADOPT-A-STREET Beautiful Adopt-a-Street is a free program that allows organizations, businesses, groups, families and individuals to adopt and maintain areas within the Southlake community. This is similar to the Don’t Mess with Texas Adopt-A-Highway Program. Southlake is growing, and a surging population which means more cars on the roadways and unfortunately, more trash. Volunteer efforts reduce litter cleanup costs and save taxpayers money. The City of Southlake encourages you to become a partner and Adopt-a-Street.

Keep Southlake Beautiful is a City of Southlake program dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for Southlake residents through green initiatives and beautification projects.

When you become an Adopt-a-Street partner, the following commitment is expected: • Participation in a minimum of four cleanups per year — Citywide cleanups are usually held in January, April, July and October. At your request, trash bags, gloves and safety vests will be provided to you at no charge. • Completion of a Quarterly Cleanup Report after each event — The Quarterly Cleanup Report asks you to record the number of volunteers, cumulative volunteer hours and bags of trash collected during each cleanup event.

For more information on and to find out how you can get involved, visit our website at ExperienceSouthlakeTexas.com/ksb or contact the Southlake Parks and Recreation office at (817) 748-8019.

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CELL PHONE/INK CARTRIDGE RECYCLING Cell phones and ink jet cartridges may be dropped off at the Southlake Public Library, Teen Court Office at DPS Headquarters and the Southlake Parks and Recreation office in Town Hall.

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VOLUNTEER SOUTHLAKE

JOIN THE SOUTHLAKE VOLUNTEER TEAM Now is the time to volunteer. Volunteers have the heart to make a difference. Don’t wait for the perfect moment, take this moment and make it count.

SUMMER VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES STARS & STRIPES — Volunteers will assist with event set-up, take down, participate with arts and crafts at booths, interact and distribute information to the public and clean up after the event. (15 years & up) C.A.M.P. MANIA — Our camp gives kids ages 5-11 an opportunity to participate in fun activities during their break from school. Volunteers assist and participate in the daily activities, participate with and monitor children. (15 years & up) SOUTHLAKE SPY ACADEMY — Volunteers aid our librarians by managing the young spies at the reading table, handing out prizes, shelving library materials, assisting with processing and other special projects inside the Library. (13 years & up) SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER — Our seniors have a busy schedule full of opportunities for volunteers to get involved! The most popular options include: Monday luncheons, Café attendants, golf cart drivers, special events and holiday activities, newsletter assistance, clerical support and good listeners. (12 years & up) METROPORT TEEN COURT — Adult volunteers assist staff with various duties including: checking in defendants and jury members, checking out defendants and maintaining court room decorum and assisting in deliberation rooms by facilitating jury members during the deliberation process. Teen volunteers can serve on jury trials and represent defendants in courtroom trials upon completion of Teen Attorney Training. (12 years & up) OFFICE ASSISTANT/INTERNSHIP — Volunteers may assist with filing, data entry, mailings, book binding and other general office duties. Those wanting to use specific skillsets (i.e. Publisher, InDesign, calligraphy, carpentry, etc.) are encouraged to apply! (16 years & up) DEPARTMENTS OF PUBLIC SAFETY — The DPS has volunteer opportunities available in a variety of areas including: Volunteers in Policing (VIPS), Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.), Fire Rehab Team, Mounted Patrol, DPS Chaplains and Citizens on Patrol (COPS). Interested volunteers must attend a once a week class for approximately 10 weeks in our DPS Citizens Academy prior to acceptance into this unique program. Our next series of training sessions will be held in September. (18 years & up) YOUTH SPORTS COACH — The City of Southlake and Southlake Athletic Associations offer a variety of athletic programs throughout the year for all ages and skill levels. (18 years & up)

It Takes Just a Few Steps to Start Making a Difference 1. Complete the online Volunteer Application Form. 2. If you are 17 years or older, please complete an online Background Check Form or if you are 12–16 years old, please print and complete the Parental Consent Form and return it to us via e-mail or fax. (Please note that the minimum age to volunteer is 12.) 3. Check your e-mail! Our Volunteer Coordinator will be contacting you within a few days with everything you need to know to begin volunteering! Should you have any questions about the application process or current volunteer opportunities, please feel free to contact our Volunteer office at 817.748.8035.

Visit our website at VolunteerSouthlake.com

VISIT DESK VOLUNTEERSOUTHLAKE.COM CALL (817) 748-8035 FOR MORE INFORMATION REGISTER AT FRONT OR ONLINE ATOR WWW.SOUTHLAKETENNIS.COM

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SENIORS (55+) The Southlake Senior Activity Center welcomes those 55 years and better for programs and activities tailored to the mature adult. All classes held at 285 Shady Oaks Dr, Southlake, TX 76092 P: (817) 748-8315 Hours of operation M – F: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

NEWSLETTER A list of classes, trips and special events are provided in detail in the Senior Activity Center calendar, which can be picked up at the center or viewed online at SouthlakeSeniorCenter.com.

MEMBERSHIP Membership is free and open to everyone 55 and better. There are no geographical restrictions for membership or attendance. To become a member simply pick up, complete and submit an application. Applications are available at the Senior Activity Center. All programs are designed to enhance well-being, independence and a sense of community for participants, and like the center, are accessible for individuals with disabilities. Many programs at the center are offered through community partner agencies and volunteer programs. For more information on upcoming events at the Senior Activity Center, please visit our website at SouthlakeSeniorCenter.com

SENIOR COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS Southlake Senior Funding Incorporated (S.S.F.I.) PO Box 93412, Southlake, Texas 76092 Dedicated to improving the quality of life, independence, dignity and mental and physical health of the senior community in Southlake and surrounding cities.

Metroport Meals on Wheels (M.M.O.W.) 817.491.1141 • mowaa.org/findameal Neighbors helping neighbors to alleviate hunger, isolation, and loneliness in our communities, and to foster the independence, worth and dignity of each individual we serve.

CARS – A volunteer transportation service for seniors and disabled adults (817) 798-4022 • callaridesouthlake.org Call A Ride of Southlake, Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization.

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SENIORS (55+)

SENIOR CENTER ACTIVITIES On a weekly and monthly basis, the center provides a variety of classes and programs as well as weekly trips including visits to museums, shopping malls, restaurants, concerts and plays. *Fees may apply for certain programs.

WEEKLY REOCCURRING ACTIVITIES & CLASSES MONDAY   9:30 – 10:30 AM Zumba Gold   9:30 – 11:45 AM Art Class (acrylic, pastels and watercolors) 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Billiards 10:40 – 11:40 AM Line Dancing 11:30 AM – 3:30 PM Duplicate Bridge 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM MMOW Luncheon from Local Restaurants

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

11:00 AM Card Club   1:00 – 3:00 PM Poker   1:30 – 2:30 PM Fun & Fitness  

  9:15 – 10:00 AM Chair Yoga 10:15 – 11:00 AM Chair Yoga 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM Party Bridge

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

  9:30 – 10:30 AM Fun & Fitness   9:15 – 10:15 AM Chair Pilates 10:45 – 11:30 AM Tai Chi 1 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM 11:00 AM – 2:30 PM Mah Knitting Club Jongg 11:30 AM – 12:20 PM Tai Chi 2   1:00 – 3:00 PM Poker   1:30 – 2:30 PM Zumba Gold

MONTHLY REOCCURRING ACTIVITIES & CLASSES

ANNUAL EVENTS AT THE SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER

MMOW & SSFI Bingo 1st Monday of the month

Trips to Museums Seasonal Trips Overnight Trips

Blood Pressure Check 1st Monday of the month Senior Advisory Commission 2nd Tuesday of the month Senior Dance 3rd Thursday of the month ROMEOS 4th Thursday of the month, 11:30 AM

ADDITIONAL SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER FEATURES Pool Tournaments Friendly Poker Games Wellness Room Potluck Bingo Movie Nights Library

Big Screen TVs Computers Health, Technology, Finance & Legal Seminars plus much more

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SOUTHLAKE LIBRARY Southlake Spy Academy How it works Pack your duffel bag with your favorite reads because this program offers something for the whole family—from reading incentives to spectacular programming all summer long! Your ultimate goal: become a Master Spy. To do so, you must first complete the following levels: 1 mission = 1 hour of reading 5 hours = new Spy level Recruit—Complete 5 hours, Prize and Drawing Slip Agent—Complete 10 hours, Prize and Drawing Slip Field Agent—Complete 15 hours, Prize and Drawing Slip Secret Agent—Complete 20 hours, Prize and Drawing Slip Master Spy—Complete 25 hours, Prize and Drawing Slip Master Spies keep earning drawing slips for an additional 10 hours.

Summer Programs June 2—10 AM, Summer Kick Off in Bicentennial Park June 5—2 PM, Reptile Adventure June 6—2 PM & 3 PM, Catapult Science June 7—5:30–7:30 PM, Perot Family Science Night at Southlake Town Hall June 12—2 PM, John O’Bryant, Comedy Magician June 13—2 PM, Worth Science June 14—11 AM, Magik Theater Rumpelstiltskin June 19—2 PM, Hampstead Stage, Treasure Island June 20—2 PM, Yo-Yo Workshop June 21—11 AM, Dallas Zoo June 26—2 PM, Will Parker June 27—2 PM, Worth Science June 28—11am, Just Kidding Improv July 5—11 AM, Fort Worth Zoo July 10—2 PM, Percussion Things July 12—11 AM, Urban Safari 48 REGISTER ONLINE AT SOUTHLAKELIBRARY.COM

Summer WORKSHOPs July 16–20—10 AM, Swift Coding Camp for ages 8–12 July 23–25—10 AM, Secret Agent Lab July 30–Aug 1—10 AM, Puppet Making Workshop

Swift Coding Camp, 10–11:30 AM Students will understand computer logic, program flow, and enhance their critical thinking skills as they are prepared for application development. Registration required. For kids 8–12. Must bring their own iPad with iOS 10.3 or later.

Secret Agent Lab, 10–11:30 AM Hands on experiments and labs. Registration required. For kids 8–12.

Puppet Workshop, 10–12 PM Students will construct puppets, do improv narrative and perform a puppet show. Registration required. For kids ages 8–12.


SOUTHLAKE LIBRARY Summer Programs Adults — Check Out & Win! Check out from the Library to be automatically entered into our weekly prize drawings.

Preschool Summer Program Enjoy time with your little one and complete a summer activity log, available at the Library.

Preschool STEAM Programs July 26 & August 2 10AM Hands on activities for preschooler and caregiver. Registration required. Ages 3-5.

Evening Programs Summer is a great time to pick up some new hobbies and interests. Enjoy these programs for older teens and adults. Texas Travel Writer

June 12

Taking Better Digital Photographs

June 14

Tastebuds Kitchen Summer Cooking Class

June 21

Exhibitions on Screen: The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism

June 29

Beginning Drawing

July 5

Photoediting with GIMP

July 12

Intro to Ayurveda

July 17

Creative Hand Lettering for Beginners

July 26

Get Your Library Card

Teen Summer Program Summer reading for teens has never been better. Teens will receive a Codebook —a book of ideas, logs, thoughts and logic. They move through the program with a combination of activities and reading. 1 activity = 1 hour reading 5 hours total = prize and a drawing slip. Up to 25 hours. Keep earning drawing slips for an additional 10 hours.

Southlake Residents CISD Families and Staff Southlake Chamber Members Texshare Cardholders Non-residents ($25 annual fee) 1400 Main Street, Suite 130 Southlake, TX 76092 P: (817) 748-8243 Hours of operation M – Th: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM F – S: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

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COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS CARS – A volunteer transportation service for senior citizens and disabled adults Call A Ride of Southlake, Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization.

(817) 798-4022 • callaridesouthlake.org

Southlake Community Band is a concert band of more than seventy talented adult amateur musicians who enjoy playing music just for fun. The band is directed by Mr. David Stone. New members are welcome! No formal auditions required. southlakeband.com

The Southlake Historical Society is a 501(c)3 organization.

Students and Parents Against Risks to our Kids with its mission of sparking ideas, sharing information, identifying needs, educating the community, mobilizing resources, promoting collaboration and advocating for sound public policy is a new commitment to empower our citizens in the battle against underage drinking, drugs and internet perils.

southlakehistory.org

sparknow.org

The Southlake Historical Society was created in 1992 to promote the preservation, understanding and appreciation of Southlake history. The society presents programs throughout the year. New members are always welcome.

Metroport Teen Court is a voluntary program which allows juvenile Class C misdemeanor offenders to “pay” for their citation through community service and involvement in the judicial process.

Southlake Sister Cities is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering global understanding, friendship and communication through exchanges with Sister Cities throughout the world.

metroport-teencourt.org • (817) 748-8346

Grapevine Relief And Community Exchange (GRACE) is a Grapevine, Texas based nonprofit relief agency which provides food, clothing, financial assistance and other vital necessities to people who are struggling with a limited income or recent emergency. gracegrapevine.org • (817) 488-7009

APEX is dedicated to actively advancing arts, artists and arts education while promoting the concept and reality of a regional home for the arts in our area.

southlakesistercities.org • (817) 748-8036

SafeHaven’s mission is to end domestic violence through safety, support, prevention and social change. 24-Hour Hotline: (877) 701-SAFE (7233) safehaventc.org • (817) 535-6462

The ArtsNet vision is access to the arts for all, our mission is to provide artistic, cultural, and educational opportunities to improve the quality of life in our communities.

apex-arts.org • (800) 481-8914

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artscouncilnortheast.org • (817) 283-3406


REGISTRATION GENERAL INFORMATION

REFUNDS

Class registrations are handled on a first-come, first-served basis. Classes have limited enrollment and also have a registration deadline. Pre-registration is required for all classes (unless otherwise noted).

We back our programs! If you are not completely satisfied with a class or program, please let us know, so we have an opportunity to correct the situation. Your satisfaction is important to us.

Fees must be paid in full at the time of registration. Cash, check, money order or credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express) are accepted.

The following are general guidelines for requesting a refund:

ONLINE REGISTRATION Registration is available online at ExperienceSouthlakeTexas.com. Prior to registration, you must establish a user ID and password online. Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express will be required for payment.

WALK-IN REGISTRATION

• Refund requests must be made in writing by completing the Refund Request Form. Forms are available in the Community Services office or online at ExperienceSouthlakeTexas.com. • Refunds will be issued (upon request) on a pro-rated basis up until the second class or game minus a $5 administrative fee. • No refunds or transfers will be granted after the 2nd game or class.

Walk-in registrations will only be accepted at the Community Services office, 1400 Main Street, Suite 210. Office Hours: M – F, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

• Refund requests must be received, completed in full, prior to the 2nd game or class in order to be considered for processing. No cash refunds will be given. All payments will be refunded by check.

WAITING LISTS

• No refunds or transfers will be issued for team fees after the league schedule is finalized (athletics only).

Classes/Programs Due to instructor/participant ratios, each class/program will have a maximum number of spots available. Once the class maximum has been reached, subsequent registrants will be notified that the class is full and their name will be placed on a waiting list. If the registration form and fee are received after the class becomes full, your fee will be returned. Should spots become available prior to the start of the program, openings will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis from the waiting list. *Athletic leagues — registrations received after the registration deadline will be added to a waiting list.

• You must withdraw or request a transfer 2 business days in advance of any one-day course to receive a refund or transfer. • Approved refunds will be processed within three weeks. • Supply fees paid to the instructor will not be refunded. The Southlake Parks and Recreation Department reserves the right to grant exception to the stated guidelines in situations including, but not limited to, injury, illness or death in the family. Homesickness, change of parents’ plans or vacations are not sufficient grounds for refunds.

SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM The City of Southlake wants all Southlake residents to have the opportunity to participate in our recreation programs. Therefore, we have established a youth scholarship program for those meeting specific eligibility requirements. Scholarship applications may be picked up at the Parks and Recreation office.

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CANCELLATIONS The Parks and Recreation Department reserves the right to cancel any class, program or activity due to weather, failure to meet minimum registration requirements and situations beyond our control. In the event a program is cancelled, you will be notified and a full refund will be issued.

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FACILITY RENTALS Parks & Recreation Facility/Athletic Field Rental Information Park/Facility

Amenities

Resident

Non-Resident

Refundable Deposit

Athletic Field Rentals & Hockey Court

Rental of Athletic Fields subject to availability.

$15 per hr without lights $20 per hr with lights

$20 per hour without lights $25 per hour with lights

N/A

Bicentennial Liberty Garden Pavilion

Small pavilion in the garden area. Contains 3 benches and no tables.

$25 per hour

$30 per hour

$100 if more than 40 in group

Bicentennial Park Playground Pavilion

3 pavilions available with 4 tables each and they will each seat 20.

$35 per hour

$45 per hour

$100 if more than 40 in group

Bob Jones Fishing Pier Pavilion

Large Pavilion with 8 tables and seats 64. Small pond available for fishing (16+ must have fishing license) close to playground and restrooms.

$25 per hour

$30 per hour

$100 if more than 40 in group

Liberty Park at Sheltonwood Pavilion

Extra Large Pavilion with 18 tables and seating for 144. Includes large grill. Limited parking available.

$35 per hour 4 hour min = $140

$45 per hour 4 hour min = $180

$200

Lonesome Dove Pavilion

Medium Pavilion with 2 tables and seating for 16. Includes 3 grills just outside the pavilion.

$15 per hour

$20 per hour

$100 if more than 40 in group

Royal & Annie Smith Pergola

Medium Pergola with 3 tables and seating for 28. Limited parking available.

$15 per hour

$20 per hour

$100 if more than 40 in group

Activity Center (Former Senior Center)

Large meeting space/open room. Access to kitchen and restrooms.

$60 per hour

$72 per hour

Noble Oaks Pavilion

Small Pavilion with 1 table that seats 8.

$15 per hour

$20 per hour

The Marq Southlake

$150 with food/drink $100 w/o food/drink $100 if more than 40 in group

Please visit TheMarqSouthlake.com for more information.

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Picnic Tables

Grills

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Fishing Ponds

Tennis Courts

Soccer Fields

Softball/Baseball

Multi-Use Fields

Multi-Use Trails

Parking

Drinking Fountain

Restrooms

Handicap Accessible

Meeting/Event Room

Dog Park

Amphitheater

Acreage

For a complete list of all our parks visit ExperienceSouthlakeTexas.com

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Bob Jones Park 3901 N. White Chapel Blvd

North Park 200 E. Dove Rd

Liberty Park at Sheltonwood 500 E. Dove Rd

Town Square Parks

Rustin Pavilion 1400 E. Southlake Blvd

Family Park 1400 E. Southlake Blvd

Frank Edgar Cornish, IV Park 399 Grand Ave

McPherson Park 1297 Division St

Central Park 1401 E. Southlake Blvd

Summit Park 1501 Main St

Neighborhood Parks 1725 W. Continental Blvd

Lonesome Dove 1225 McCrae Trail

Noble Oaks 900 S. Carroll Ave

Royal and Annie Smith Park 3045 Johnson Rd

Chesapeake Park 3150 Union Church Rd

2100 Crooked Ln

Southlake Tennis Center 450 W. Southlake Blvd

Facilities Southlake Activity Center 307 Parkwood Dr (former Senior Center)

Bob Jones Nature Center & Preserve 355 E. Bob Jones Rd

The Marq Southlake 285 Shady Oaks Dr

 

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PARK HIGHLIGHT BICENTENNIAL PARK PLAYGROUND PAVILIONS 450 W. Southlake Blvd. If you haven’t already had the chance to check out the new pavilions in the Bicentennial Park playground, you’re in for a treat! Inside the playground fence, they’re the perfect place for birthday parties or any large gatherings. Just a few feet away from all the playground fun, host a party your little one won’t soon forget. The playground features: • Three pavilions for rental • Each pavilion has four tables that seat 28 guests • Resident rates are $35 for residents and $45 for non-residents • There is a $100 refundable deposit if your group is larger than 40 guests

For more information about renting a pavilion for your next party, call us at (817) 748-8019.

Southlake Scene Summer 2018  

Looking for something fun to do this summer? We can help. Take a look at all of our summer programs and athletics.

Southlake Scene Summer 2018  

Looking for something fun to do this summer? We can help. Take a look at all of our summer programs and athletics.