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CLARKSVILLE PARKS AND RECREATION JANUARY-APRIL 2020


TABLE OF CONTENTS

AQUATICS

ATHLETICS

Learn more about our indoor pool and the classes and programs it offers.

Stay active with our youth and adult athletic leagues.

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EVENTS Never miss a beat and explore our upcoming events.

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Register for activities at our main office, recreation centers, pools or online at ClarksvilleParksRec.com

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PARK PROJECTS Learn more about upcoming park improvement projects.

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RECREATION Explore several activities including fitness, martial arts, dance and enrichment.

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Get acquainted with the locations of our parks, trails, pools and recreation centers.

GOLF Get a sneak peek of our new offerings.

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CLARKSVILLE PARKS AND RECREATION

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102 Public Square, Clarksville, TN 37040 parksrec@cityofclarksville.com (931) 645-7476 Contact us for ADA assistance.

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JOE PITTS C I T Y O F C L A R K S V I L L E M AYO R Want to learn to scuba dive? Clarksville Parks & Recreation has got you covered. Need to schedule a unique birthday indoor pool party to escape the winter doldrums? We can handle it. Or maybe your recreation needs can be solved by finding a good place to play some basketball. This Clarksville Parks & Recreation Activity Guide will lead you to information on a full range of affordable, family-friendly events and programs to keep our citizens and families active and engaged.

JENNIFER LETOURNEAU C L A R K SV I L L E PA R K S A N D RECREATION DIRECTOR While most would think winter would be a slow time for Parks and Recreation Departments, nothing could be further from the truth. There may not be grass growing in the parks but it’s not growing under our feet either! Inside we’re busy gearing up for a brand new season of programming, events and park improvements. I hope you’ll take a moment to browse this catalog of our latest offerings for you and your family to enjoy. You can also check out the progress we’re making in improving our parks and facilities on page 14. Thank you for choosing Clarksville Parks and Recreation as your place to play!

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NEW PROVIDENCE POO L

AQUATICS

From October - May, New Providence pool, 168 Cunningham Lane, is covered with an inflated dome to create an indoor aquatic facility. The pool offers swim lessons, water fitness classes, lap swim, and open recreational swimming through May 3, 2020. The facility also offers a children’s pool area, a climbing wall, inflatables, and concession stand. A hydraulic lift chair allows anyone with special needs to enjoy the pool as well. Operational hours can be found online at ClarksvilleParksRec.com.

DAILY ADMISSION: $3 MONDAY - FRIDAY | $5 SATURDAY - SUNDAY YEAR-ROUND POOL MEMBERSHIPS 1-PERSON 2-PEOPLE 3-PEOPLE

$260 $290 $310

4 - PEOPLE 5 - PEOPLE 6 - PEOPLE

$330 $350 $370

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AQUATICS

NEW PROVIDENCE POOL

SW I M L ES SO NS

FITN ES S CLAS S ES

SWIM LESSONS

SILVER SPLASH

We offer three skill levels of the American Red Cross swim lessons plus Parent/Child and Preschool. Private swim lessons are also offered for ages 5 and up for $110 per four class session. Session dates: January 6-16, February 3-13, March 2-12, & April 6-16.

Who is ready to get fit? This fitness program can improve agility, balance, coordination, and strength to help maintain an independent lifestyle at your convenience. Session dates: January 3 - May 1.

INFANT SWIMMING RESOURCE SELF-RESCUE LESSONS

WATER WALKING

Monday - Thursday, 7PM - 7:45PM Ages 6 months and up, $40 per session

Ages 6 months - 6 years, $65 per session It’s not just about swimming. It’s about surviving! Infant Swimming Resource goes beyond traditional swimming instruction, by teaching children ISR Self-Rescue techniques designed to help them survive should they reach the water alone. ISR offers individualized swimming instruction for infants & young children teaching competence and confidence in the water. Register at www.isrclarksville.com Session dates: January 1 - April 30.

APRIL ADULT LEARN TO SWIM LESSONS Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays, 6PM - 6:45PM Ages 18 and up, $40 per person

During Adult Learn-to-Swim Awareness Month we will be offering adult swim lessons to raise awareness of the importance of learning to swim to prevent unintentional drowning. Lessons are taught by adult instructors and will focus on progressive skill-building. Session dates: April 6 - 29.

HOWARD’S HOPE SWIM LESSONS

Monday - Thursday, 6PM - 6:45PM Ages 4 - 11, free for qualified participants The Howard’s Hope Flying Fish program offers free swim lessons to children who meet the Howard’s Hope eligibility requirements. Clarksville Parks and Recreation lifeguards will serve as instructors. Those interested in the program should contact Howard’s Hope for an application at 615-663-0313 or admin@ howardshope.org. For more information, please visit http://www.howardshope.org/. Session dates: February 3 - 13 and March 2 - 12.

Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays, 9AM - 9:45AM Ages 50 and up, $3 per drop-in class

Tuesdays/Thursdays, 8:30AM - 9:30AM/5:30PM - 6:15PM Ages 18 and up, $3 per drop-in class Burn up to 550 calories per hour during this low-impact aerobic workout. The water provides resistance making your muscles work harder to move forward. Session dates: January 2 - April 30.

DEEP WATER AEROBICS

Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays, 9AM - 9:45AM Ages 18 and up, $3 per drop-in class Participants will combine cardiovascular work, deep water running, jogging, bicycling, and cross-country ski movements. The class focuses on muscular strength motions that work the body’s major muscle groups, as well as the body’s core and increases balance. Session dates: January 3 - May 1.

AQUA CYCLING

Saturdays, 10:30AM - 11:30AM Ages 18 and up, $50 per session Get a full-body workout by pedaling in the pool on submerged aqua bikes. This underwater spin class attracts fitness fanatics and offers a myriad of health benefits. It is an impact-free workout for all body types supported by water’s feeling of zero gravity. Water shoes and pre-registration are required. Session dates: January 4 - February 22 & February 29 - April 18.

PRENATAL AEROBICS

Saturdays, 10:30AM - 11:30AM All ages, $30 per session Expecting mothers will learn how to tone and strengthen their body during this fun and challenging aqua workout. Session dates: January 4 - March 7.

EVENING WATER AEROBICS

Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays, 5:30PM - 6:15PM Ages 18 and up, $30 per session Are you looking for that perfect after-work fitness routine? This class uses the natural resistance and buoyancy of water against your body to provide a wide variety of conditioning benefits. Water exercise helps increase your energy, stamina, and strength. Classes include a warm-up, aerobics, and cool down. Excellent for all skill levels. Session dates: January 6 - 31, February 3 - 28, March 2 - 27, April 6 - May 1.

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LIFEGUARD COURSE

The first hour of each scuba class will be held at Water Dogs Scuba, 681 N Spring St., with the remainder of the class held at New Providence Pool.

March 14 - 20, March 28 - April 3, & April 4 & 5, 11 - 13. Ages 15 and up , $100 per course

DISCOVER SCUBA

1st & 3rd Saturdays and Sundays, 12PM - 5PM Ages 10 and up, $40 per class Have you ever wondered what it’s like to breathe underwater? If you want to find out but aren’t quite ready to take the plunge into a certification course, Discover Scuba is right for you! While not an actual scuba certification, participants will learn how to use scuba equipment in shallow water and get a quick and easy introduction to what it takes to explore the underwater world. Class dates: Jan. 4,18,19, Feb. 1,15, 16, Mar. 7,8, 21, Apr. 5, 18, 19.

BUBBLEMAKERS SCUBA First Saturdays, 12PM - 4PM Ages 8 - 11, $40 per class

Join in the fun of scuba! Children should be comfortable in the water, but they don’t have to be super swimmers. With youngsters in mind, the maximum depth is only 2 meters/6 feet. Scuba gear included. Class dates: Jan. 4, Feb. 1, Mar. 7, April 4.

SEAL TEAM SCUBA CAMP

Tuesday - Thursday, 12PM - 4PM Ages 8 - 12, $299 per session

Earn $10 an hour, feel a sense of pride working in an important position, and make new friends while making a difference in the community as a Clarksville Parks & Recreation lifeguard. Applicants must be able to pass a swim test that consists of swimming 300 yards continuously, treading water for 2 minutes without the use of arms or hands and successfully completing a timed event within 1 minute and 40 seconds. Apply online and take your swim test at New Providence Pool. Training and certification are available. Course graduates that are selected to join the Clarksville Parks and Recreation team as a Lifeguard will receive $100 after working a total of 250 hours.

The Waterdogs Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) Seal Team SCUBA Camp program is just plain cool! During this three-day camp as a Seal candidate, participants will learn the basics of safe diving and scuba skill while playing underwater games. This young diver program is exciting and built around action-packed Aqua Missions! Session dates: March 24 - 26.

Swim like there’s no tomorrow, like today never happened, and like yesterday wasn’t good enough.

POOL PARTY RESERVATIONS RESERVATIONS DURING PUBLIC SWIM TIMES: Saturday - Sunday, party packages of $100 include up to 10 guests, $125 for 15 guests, & $150 for 20 guests. PRIVATE RESERVATIONS AFTER HOURS: Saturday - Sunday from 6-8PM. Lifeguards are provided. Fee is $300 for groups of 20 or more. An additional $75 fee will be applied to parties of more than 50. Publicly advertised events are not permitted. Visit ClarksvilleParksRec.com for pricing, package details, and availability.

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EVENTS

FITNESS AND LEISURE NEW! FIT FAMILY CIRCUIT TRAINING

CLARKSVILLE FILM FESTIVAL

Families are invited to do circuit training around the pool to learn some fun ways to stay fit. Once all circuits have been completed prizes will be awarded. Circuits will include aqua bikes, kickboards, medicine balls and water weights.

Can you make an awesome film using an iPhone? Do you animate or use stop motion? We are looking for all types of film creators, beginners to experienced. From February 21-23, teams will have 52 hours to create a 4-7 minute film. Once submitted, films will be judged by a panel of experts in the film industry, then shown on the big screen at the Roxy Regional Theatre on March 28. Cash prizes will be awarded.

Saturday, January 11, 6PM - 8PM at New Providence Pool All ages, free admission

TODDLER SPLASH

Third Wednesday of each month, 10AM - 12PM at New Providence Pool, ages 1 - 5, $5 per person including adults. Toddlers can enjoy interactive water play tables, age-appropriate crafts, and healthy snacks while getting acquainted with water or practicing previously learned water safety skills. Event dates: December 18, January 15, February 19, March 18, & April 15.

CHOCOLATE AFFAIR

Saturday, February 1, 2 - 4 PM & 6 - 8PM Wilma Rudolph Event Center All ages, $15 general admission, $25 VIP More than 15 local vendors provide bite-sized sweet and savory samples of items which include chocolate in some form or fashion. Awards are presented to vendors for Best Taste, Best Presentation, and Most Creative Use of Chocolate. The family-friendly afternoon session takes place from 2 - 4 p.m., while an adult soiree with dancing and a cash bar rounds out the evening from 6 - 8 p.m. Pre-register by January 31. Tickets must be purchased in advance.

CLARKSVILLE’S UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS Saturday, February 8, 1PM at Fort Defiance Civil War All ages, free admission

Members of the Mount Olive Cemetery Preservation Society will share biographies of men who joined the United States Colored Troops during the Civil War and are now buried at the Mount Olive Cemetery. Many men in the Clarksville-area who had formerly been enslaved, signed up to fight for their freedom as a part of the Union army, known as the USCT. The presentation of the biographies will begin at 1:00 PM, after which refreshments will be served.

NEW! YOUTH GLOW NIGHT

Saturday, February 8, 6PM - 8PM at New Providence Pool Ages 10 - 17, $6 per person The Neon is on! The sights and sounds will be electric at the Youth Glow Night located at the New Providence Pool. Join us for swimming, games, music, hotdogs, drinks and more. The first 100 to pre-register will receive a glowing bag full of goodies to help you glow the night away! The games featured for the evening will be floating Ping Pong, yard size Jenga, Yahtzee, and Hole in One.

Filming: February 21 - 23, ages 14 and up, $20 per team Public Screening: March 28, all ages, $7 per person

THE SURRENDER OF CLARKSVILLE

Saturday, February 22, 10AM - 3PM at Fort Defiance All ages, free admission Fort Defiance Interpretive Center will host a living history event to commemorate the surrender of Fort Defiance to Union soldiers in 1862. The surrender of Clarksville was a significant event in Civil War history, opening the South to Union forces and the capture of Nashville. Uniformed soldiers will provide living history and cannon firing demonstrations.

ADAPTIVE SWIM DAY

Friday, March 20, 10AM - 12PM at New Providence Pool All ages, $2 per person Children and adults with special needs are invited to enjoy a morning of swimming, refreshments, water play and socializing with peers. School groups are welcome. Pre-registration is encouraged, but on-site registration will be available.

LIBERTY PARK SPRING BREAK CAMP

Monday - Friday, March 23 - 27, 8AM - 3PM Wilma Rudolph Event Center Ages 6-8 & 9-12, $50 per child Spring into action with Clarksville Parks and Recreation’s newest Spring Break Camp! The week will include a variety of games, sports, crafts, and snacks. Pre-register by March 19.

WETTEST EGG HUNT

Saturday, April 4, 10AM - 2:30PM at New Providence Pool All ages, $5 per person Hop into the pool for our not-so-typical egg hunt! Participants can search for colored eggs floating or sunk to the bottom of the pool and exchange them for prizes at different stations. Don’t forget to visit with the Easter Bunny and take a photo! Pre-register by April 2.

BLACK HISTORY CELEBRATION

Saturday, February 15, 10AM - 2PM at Kleeman Ages 5 and up, free admission Celebrate all elements of black history through music, poetry, speeches and dramatization. Kleeman and Burt-Cobb Recreation Centers have partnered with the NAACP to provide the community with information concerning the history of African Americans through an interactive program.

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FITNESS AND LEISURE

FATHER-DAUGHTER DATE NIGHT

Saturday, April 4, 5:30PM - 8:30PM at Wilma Rudolph Event Center, ages 5 - 17, $25 per couple, $10 per additional child A perfect place for fathers, uncles, grandfathers, and positive male role models to enjoy an evening with their special girl. Games, food, and giveaways will make this a night they won’t forget! Registration closes Friday, March 27.

NEW! HOPPING INTO EASTER

Thursday, April 9, 5:30PM - 7:30PM at Burt-Cobb Ages 6 and up, free admission Participants will decorate Easter eggs with special hand-made papers and washi tape, and learn how to make a small Easter basket. All supplies and instruction provided by Arts for Hearts Clarksville. Pre-register by April 7.

NEW! CIVIL WAR ARTIFACT SHOW

Saturday, April 11, 10AM - 3PM at Fort Defiance All ages, free admission Local artifact collectors will display their Civil War collections. Also, bring your own items to the Fort and learn more about them from the experts! For educational purposes only, no sales.

NEW! PICKLEBALL SOCIAL

Saturday, April 11, 10AM - 2PM at Crow Ages 18 and up, $5 per person Compete in a single (10AM - 12PM) and/or double (12PM - 2PM) elimination tournament. Winners will receive a medal. Pre-register by April 8.

COMMUNITY FLEA MARKET

Saturday, April 18, 8AM - 1PM at Burt-Cobb All ages, free admission for shoppers Shop from over 30 vendors selling both new and used items including jewelry, home goods, crafts, clothing, and toys at our indoor flea market. Vendor space is available for $20 per booth space. Contact Burt-Cobb Recreation Center at 931-472-3381 for more information.

NEW! MAKE YOUR OWN TERRARIUM

Saturday, April 18, 10AM - 11AM at Billy Dunlop Park Ages 3 and up, $25 per person Celebrate Earth Day by creating your own terrarium. A terrarium is a sealed transparent globe or similar container in which plants are grown. All supplies are included. Pre-register by April 6.

DAY IN THE PARK

Saturday, April 25, 12PM - 3PM at Heritage Park All ages, free admission Learn about the wide variety of activities happening this spring and summer from the Clarksville Parks and Recreation team. There will be giveaways, games, BCycle activities and food trucks.

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QUEEN CITY ROAD RACE

Saturday, May 2, 8AM - 12PM APSU, all ages, 5K: $20 per person before April 13, $25 after April 13, 1 Mile: $5 per person The Queen City Road Race will take runners through downtown Clarksville and APSU’s campus. The race will start on Marion Street, near the APSU Foy Center, and finish in Fortera Stadium. For the full race route, visit ClarksvilleParksRec.com. Pre-registration is required.

CANOE AND KAYAK FLOAT

Saturday, May 9, 8AM - 10AM at Liberty Park to Trice Landing Park, all ages, free admission Enjoy a relaxing float on the Cumberland River from Liberty Park to Trice Landing Park (approx. 2 miles). Participants will provide their own canoe/kayak and life jacket. Canoes and kayaks must be dropped off by 7:30 a.m. at Liberty Park. Participants will then drive to Trice Landing Park, where transportation will be provided back to the float site at Liberty Park. Pre-register by May 7.

SLEEP UNDER THE STARS CAMPOUT

May 16 - 17, 2PM - 9AM at Billy Dunlop Park All ages, $15 per person, $55 per family (up to 6 people) Join us for a bonfire, games, ghost stories and more at our great family campout! Fee includes an afternoon and evening of activities, dinner and breakfast. Campers provide their own tent and sleeping materials. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Pre-register by May 13.

50 PLUS GAMES

May 11 -May 16, various locations & times Ages 50 and up, $25 per person by April 17, $30 per person after April 17. This event encourages participants to maintain an active lifestyle and continue participation in sports and recreational activities through friendly competitions. Participants will face off for bragging rights, as well as medals in over 20 events including table tennis, badminton, and track and field. No experience is necessary! Register by May 4.


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Each new day is a new opportunity to improve yourself. Take it. And make the most of it.

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ATHLE LEAG U ES

Wake up with determination. Go to bed with satisfaction.

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SPRING ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUES

NEW! LITTLE KICKERS SOCCER LEAGUE

Weekdays at Heritage Park Sports Complex Ages 18 and up, $100 per team plus final fees

Tuesdays/Thursdays, 10AM - 11AM at Heritage Park Soccer Complex, ages 3-4, $55 per participant

Clarksville Parks and Recreation offers a variety of softball leagues to provide adults the opportunity to play competitively. Round up your friends and sign up! Registration is for teams only. Practices begin the week of March 1 and are scheduled based on coach and facility availability once registration fees have been paid. Final fees will be calculated when all teams have registered and are due March 2. Leagues offered: Sunday Men’s League, Monday 45+ League, Tuesday True Co-Ed League, Wednesday Men’s League, Thursday Women’s League, Friday Co-Ed League. Pre-register by February 15. Season begins week of March 15.

The Little Kickers FUNdamental soccer league provides individualized instruction and games. Players will work with an instructor and volunteer coaches to help develop the basic building blocks for a soccer player such as dribbling, passing, receiving, and trapping. Pre-register by March 16. Season begins April 7.

NEW! ADAPTIVE SOCCER SPRING BREAK CAMP

Weekdays, 10AM - 11:30AM at Heritage Park Soccer Complex Ages 7 - 12, $30 per participant This program provides youth with disabilities the opportunity to learn the game of soccer at their own individual pace. It encourages learning, development, and physical participation without the pressure of competition. The instruction is geared towards their needs with fewer and more flexible rules. The focus is on introducing or improving key fundamentals of soccer, teamwork, and enjoying the game while playing. Pre-register by March 9. Session dates: March 23 - March 27.

NEW! ADULT CO-ED KICKBALL LEAGUE

SPRING YOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL LEAGUES

Weekdays, 5:30PM - 8:30PM at Heritage Park Sports Complex Ages 3 - 14, $45 per participant Our youth co-ed recreation leagues give participants a chance to learn the fundamentals of Blastball!®, t-ball, baseball and softball in a non-competitive environment. No scores or standings will be kept. Practices begin the week of April 20 and are scheduled based on coach and facility availability. Practice days and times may differ from game days and times. Pre-register by March 16. Season begins week of May 18. Leagues Offered: Blastball!: 3-4 years T-Ball: 5-6 years Coach Pitch: 7-8 years Softball: 7-10 years Baseball: 9-10 & 11-14 years

Sundays, at Swan Lake Softball Fields Ages 18 and up, $450 per team

Kick back and have fun on one of our co-ed kickball teams! Kickball is a great way to socialize with friends while still getting a great workout. Whether you’re new to kickball or have been kicking around for years, our kickball league will be sure that you and your friends have a great time! Pre-register by March 13. Teams only. Season begins April 5.

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IN THE WORKS PA R K P ROJ EC T S

B I L LY D U N LO P PA R K Work on the pavilion will include a new roof, the replacement of rotted wood in the ceiling, new columns and ADA Accessible restrooms. We are also addressing a serious erosion issue at the riverbank thanks in part to a grant from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation. A riparian barrier will be planted to help combat the loss of earth and trees due to flooding and pedestrian traffic. The 30’ strip of barrier will include planted trees and natural grasses that will not be mowed in order to allow the roots to take and hold the bank together.

R E D R I V ER EAST TR A IL With an anticipated completion date of November 1, the newest section of the Red River East Trail will be open for bikers and pedestrians. There will also be a shallow water access point for paddleboaters, canoers and kayakers. The next phase in this project will be the addition of a pedestrian bridge to span the Red River and connect the Greenway at the North side to the Red River Trail. The City accepted a $1.8 million dollar Transportation Alternatives Program grant for this project in September 2019. With this piece of the project in place, trail goers can conceivably go from Tiny Town Road to the Upland Trail, in downtown Clarksville without operating in vehicle traffic.

EX I T 8 AT HL ETIC CO MPLE X Plans are currently being drawn for the construction of artificial turf multipurpose fields and an all access playground as Phase 1 of the Exit 8 Athletic Complex. More to come as the project develops.

S WA N L A K E G O L F CO U RS E The back nine cart path is scheduled for repaving this year. The sand traps throughout the course were dug out, reshaped, and given new, white sand adding to the views on this beautiful course.

LE TTI E K ENDAL L PA R K A new restroom facility was built at Lettie Kendall Park thanks to funding from the Clarksville Housing and Community Development. This running water restroom will be open to serve park goers when the weather warms up in spring.

D IXO N PAR K Thanks to a donation from the Fifth Ward Baptist Church, Dixon Park will be adding land along Franklin Street.

P O L L A R D ROA D TR AIL HEAD - CLARKSVILLE GREEN WAY The Pollard Road Greenway Trailhead will have added space this spring thanks to a donation from the Gendreau family. This wildly popular Greenway entry location has outgrown the existing parking lot so parking spaces are being added to the adjacent land to accommodate walkers, runners and bikers. 14


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BURT-COBB Burt-Cobb Recreation Center is located at 1011 Franklin St. in the heart of downtown Clarksville. The center is rich in history, dating back to 1979 when it was built on the former Cobb Elementary School site. It continues to be a resource for the community providing a full-size gymnasium, fitness center with cardiovascular and strength training equipment, game room, and a meeting space that is available for rental. It hosts a variety of special events, athletic and enrichment programs and after-school activities.

Hours of Operation Monday 10AM-8PM Tuesday 10AM-8PM Wednesday 10AM-8PM Thursday 10AM-8PM Friday 11AM-6PM Saturday 9AM-3PM Sunday CLOSED

931-472-3381 Annual recreation center memberships are available for $5 (valid at all three centers).

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KLEEMAN

“ CROW Crow Recreation Center is located at 211 Richview Rd. It is named after Charles W. Crow, former Mayor of Clarksville between the years of 1963 - 1978. Crow is filled with a full-size gymnasium, racquetball court, fitness center with cardiovascular and strength training equipment, game room, and a meeting space that is available for rental. We host a variety of special events, athletic and enrichment programs and after-school activities.

Hours of Operation Monday 10AM-8PM Tuesday 10AM-8PM Wednesday 10AM-8PM Thursday 10AM-8PM Friday 11AM-6PM Saturday 9AM-3PM Sunday CLOSED

Each new day is a new opportunity to improve yourself. Take it. And make the most of it.

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Kleeman Recreation Center is located at 166 Cunningham Lane. The center is named after William H. Kleeman, former Mayor of Clarksville between the years of 1937-1952 and 1955-1956. It also features a full-size gymnasium, fitness center with cardiovascular and strength training equipment, game room, and meeting space that is available for rental.

Hours of Operation Monday 7:45AM-8PM Tuesday 7:45AM-8PM Wednesday 7:45AM-8PM Thursday 7:45AM-8PM Friday 7:45AM-6PM Saturday 9AM-3PM Sunday CLOSED

931-472-3383

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RECREATION F I TN ESS NEW! HARDBODY INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN

Train 36ixty’s interval circuit-style Hardbody Intensity Interval class is designed to work the entire body. Each class incorporates mobility, flexibility, power, strength, and endurance using your body weight for resistance. Appropriate for all fitness levels and individuals seeking to burn fat, build lean muscle, strengthen the core, increase endurance and improve overall health. Session dates: January 4 - 30 & February 1 - 27.

This program is designed to build confidence in its participants while working toward a running goal. Progress will be measured through relays and timed runs. A certified track and field coach will teach youth proper techniques of stretching, running, striding and arm movement. Free with recreation center membership. Session dates: March 10 - 31.

HOMESCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Wednesdays, 6AM - 7AM at Wilma Rudolph Event Center Amphitheater, ages 3 and up, free admission

Thursdays, 5:30PM - 6:30PM & Saturdays, 9AM - 10AM at Burt-Cobb, Ages 16 and up, $40 per session

Mondays, 11AM - 12PM at Kleeman Wednesdays, 10AM - 10:50AM at Crow Ages 5 - 12, $3 per child, per class

Homeschool students and their families can enjoy this fun drop-in class that counts toward their physical education curriculum credits. Class dates: January 6 - May 18 at Kleeman & January 22 - March 11 at Crow.

iSTROLL

March 2 - April 30, times and locations vary Mon/Thu/Fri, 9:30AM at Heritage Park, March 2 - April 30 Wed, 9:30AM at Valleybrook Park, March 4 - April 29 Sat, 9AM at Liberty Park, March 21 - April 18

iStroll is the ultimate stroller workout created by athletes for parents. It incorporates running, body weight, dumbbells, resistance bands and a jogging stroller. It is more than a workout class, it is a place to meet other parents with similar interests. Register online at www.istroll.co.

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Tuesdays, 4:30PM - 5:30PM at Burt-Cobb Ages 8 - 14, free with recreation center membership

YOGA IN THE PARK WITH NBALANCE

Start your morning energized with Yoga in the Park with NBalance. This free class focuses on yoga postures, breathing, and meditation at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center Amphitheater. Please bring a yoga mat. Pre-registration is required. Class dates: March 18 & April 1, 15 & 29.

NEW! ZUMBA IN THE PARK

Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays, 4:30PM - 5:30PM at Bel-Aire Park, ages 16 and up, $50 per session This program combines Latin and international music with dance moves. Zumba routines incorporate interval training with alternating fast and slow rhythms. Session dates: April 6 - May 15. Pre-register by April 5.


NEW! ZUMBA GOLD

Mondays/Thursdays, 11AM - 11:45AM at Crow Ages 40 and up, $40 per session This low impact, upbeat class will keep your heart rate up while having fun. There will be easy to follow routines that will help improve your balance and coordination. This class will be taught in a group setting by a knowledgeable certified Zumba Gold instructor. Session dates: March 2 - April 23. Pre-register by February 28.

M A RT I A L ARTS KRAV MAGA

Tuesdays/Thursdays, 6PM - 7PM at Crow Ages 18 and up, $50 per session Krav Maga is a modern self-defense program ideal for beginners. Fast-paced and fun, you can get or stay in shape while learning real-world self-defense. Classes are taught by an experienced group of instructors certified in Israel, home of Krav Maga. Session dates: January 7 - January 30, February 4 - February 27, March 3 - March 26, and April 7 - April 30.

DA N C E R&B STEP

Mondays/Thursdays, 7PM - 8PM at Kleeman Ages 18 and up, $3 per class Get a rigorous workout with this medium-intensity drop-in fitness class that incorporates today’s popular music into exercise. Class dates: January 6 - April 30.

ART OF HULA

Tuesdays, 5 - 5:50PM (6 - 15 years) 6 - 6:50PM (16 and up) at Crow, $15 per session Students will be taught the discipline of hula combined with songs, chants and techniques. Pre-registration is required. Session dates: January 7 - February 11, February 18 - March 31, and April 17 - May 12.

NEW! DANCE 2 FIT 4 UNITY

Mondays, 6:15 - 7:15PM at Burt - Cobb Ages 8 and up, $12 per session Dance 2 Fit 4 Unity is a combination of aerobic abs, glutes and floor exercises with simple dance moves to positive upbeat music. It is also a fun, energetic, high intensity workout. It will help with flexibility, physical strength, and stamina. Pre - register by January 3. Session dates: Jan. 6 - Jan. 20, Feb. 3 - Feb. 24.

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RECREATION A RT HOMESCHOOL ART

Mondays at Kleeman Ages 5-11, 10AM - 11AM & ages 12-18, 11:15AM - 12:15PM $35 per session Youth will learn how to paint, draw, and use oil pastels in a fun, artistic way. Each class will offer a relaxation exercise followed by a step-by-step guided art session. Participants will create a final project that will combine all the lessons of the program. Pre-registration is required. Session dates: January 6 - May 18.

WEE ARTIST

Wednesdays, 10AM - 11AM at Kleeman Ages 3-5, $3 per class “Wee artists� are invited to imagine new concepts, explore various mediums, and create original works of art at this drop-in class. This class will be led by an art instructor and parents are encouraged to help their child create unique pieces of art. Class dates: January 8 - February 19.

E N R I C H MENT NEW! TOT GYM JAM

Tuesdays, 11AM - 12PM at Kleeman Ages 9 months - 4 years, $3 per drop-in class Enjoy active, indoor fun and burn off some energy! The gym will be filled with different equipment - slides, balls, sensory toys, musical instruments and more! We provide the fun and you provide the supervision. Class dates: January 7 - February 11.

NEW! SNOW MUCH FUN

Tuesdays, 4:30PM - 6PM at Burt-Cobb Ages 8-16, free admission, valid recreation center membership required Burt Cobb Recreation Center will host a free winter-themed program each Tuesday night in January. Have fun while creating various arts and crafts participants can take home as well as delectable treats. Pre-registration required. Class dates: January 7, 14, 21, 28.

ROBOTICS WORKSHOPS

Saturdays, 10AM-12PM at Crow Ages 7-14, $25 per class RoboThink will present four different workshops that incorporate motors, switches, axles, and gears to create various types of functioning robots. Class dates: February 1, 15, 19 & March 24.

INDOOR TODDLER PLAYGROUND Mondays, 10AM-11AM at Burt-Cobb Thursdays, 11AM-12PM at Crow Ages 1 - 4, $3 per child, per class

This drop-in program held in the gymnasium provides a variety of indoor recreational activities, music, games and unstructured playtime for parents and toddlers. Toddlers will have the opportunity to improve their gross motor skills, make friendships and create memories. Parents must provide active supervision. Class dates: February 3 - April 13 at Burt - Cobb February 6 - April 30 at Crow Recreation Center.

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NEW! READING ROUND-UP Saturdays, 10AM - 11AM at Crow Ages 3-5, $5 per class

Reading Round-Up is designed for children with a creative but energetic personality. They will be served a simple snack and read a story. Then the group will have an activity that is related to the book. Pre-registration and adult supervision is required. Class dates: March 7, 14, 21, 28.

AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

Monday - Friday, 2:30PM - 5:30PM at Crow, Burt-Cobb, & Kleeman, ages 10 - 18, free with recreation center membership Youth can enjoy the use of the gymnasium and game room, as well as a variety of activities including athletics, enrichment classes, arts & crafts, and more. Session dates: January 7 - May 20.

S PORTS ADULT FULL-COURT BASKETBALL

Weekdays at Burt-Cobb, Crow, & Kleeman Rec Center Ages 18 and up, free admission with recreation center membership Non-competitive, recreational full-court basketball. Games are supervised by staff. This is a drop-in program for adults only. Session dates: January 6 - April 29. Monday/Tuesdays: Burt-Cobb Center, 5:30 - 7:45PM Monday/Wednesdays: Kleeman Center, 5:30 - 7:45PM Wednesdays: Crow Center, 12PM - 2PM Saturdays: Kleeman, 12PM - 2:45PM Saturdays: Burt-Cobb, 1:30PM - 2:45PM.

PICKLEBALL BLAST

Tuesdays/Thursdays, January 7 - April 25, 10AM - 12PM Saturdays, February 25 - April 25, 10AM - 12PM at Crow Ages 16 and up, free with recreation center membership We provide a structured setting for patrons to play pickleball. It is similar to badminton and tennis and takes very little instruction.

NEW! BLACK LIGHT DODGEBALL Saturdays, 12PM-3PM at Crow Ages 8 - 17, $5 per person per day

The gym will be equipped with black lights, glowing dodgeballs, and fun music! We encourage all participants to wear white or neon colors. All games will be pick-up games. Class dates: March 21 & April 18.


GOLF SWA N L AK E G O LF CO URS E 581 DUNBAR CAVE ROAD Swan Lake Golf Course is an 18-hole, 6,065 yard course located next to Dunbar Cave State Park. This par 71 course features Champion Ultradwarf Bermudagrass greens, hybrid 419 Bermuda fairways and tees, and features a dining facility.

WEEKDAY GREEN FEES (Not including cart fee) $18 (18 holes) $10 (9 holes)

WEEKENDS & HOLIDAY GREEN FEES (Not including cart fee) $25 (18 holes) $13.50 (9 holes)

CART RENTAL FEES

$16 per person (18 holes) $8 per person (9 holes) $9 Private cart trail fees

SWAN LAKE GOLF SIMULATOR

Play iconic golf courses without leaving Clarksville! $20 per player for 18 holes or $10 per player for 9 holes! Select from 84 courses, control weather conditions, and play as a single player or with a group.

MA SO N R U DO LP H G O LF COURS E 1514 GOLF CLUB LANE Named for former PGA Tour member Mason Rudolph, a Clarksville native, this 9-hole, 2,008 yard course is located at 1514 Golf Club Lane. This par 30 course also features a popular driving range.

WEEKDAY GREEN FEES (Not including cart fee)

$7.50 (9 holes) $4.50 (9 holes) Senior, Military, Junior (6 - 17 years old)

WEEKENDS & HOLIDAY GREEN FEES (Not including cart fee) $7.50 (9 holes)

CART RENTAL FEES

$5 per person (9 holes)

RANGE FEES

$40 Range Card (10 Regular Buckets) $7.75 Large Bucket $6.50 Regular Bucket $4 Small Bucket

NEW! FOOT GOLF INTRO DAY

Saturday, February 22, 9AM - 4PM, Mason Rudolph Golf Course Ages 6 and up, 3 holes $3 (6-8 years), 6 holes $5 (9-12 years), 9 holes $7 (13 and up)

Get your foot in the game and experience this unique blend of soccer and golf. Foot Golf is played with a soccer ball on a golf course, but with separate greens. The goal is to get the ball in the hole with the fewest numbers of kicks possible. Prizes will be awarded to the top participants. No pre-registration required.

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