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CITY OF CORINTH RECREATION DIVISION

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Recreation MEANS Page Quality For Life 1


CITY INFO CITY COUNCIL Paul Ruggiere...............................................................Mayor Randy Gibbons...........................................................Place 1 Jim Mayfield..............................................................Place 2 John Booher......................................................Place 3 Joe Harrison-Mayor Pro-Tem..................................Place 4 Bruce Hanson........................................................Place 5

PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION

Jerry Mentink..................................................Chairperson James Chastain......................................Vice-Chairperson John Hoeffler Lowell Johnson Lance Hendrick Nathan Rockwell

CITY OF CORINTH

Jim Berzina.......................................Acting City Manager Samantha Foster.........Recreation Program Coordinator Melissa Dolan.................................Recreation Specialist Cathy Stallcup.........................Administrative Assistant

Samantha Foster Melissa Dolan Cathy Stallcup

RECREATION STAFF

sfoster@cityofcorinth.com mdolan@cityofcorinth.com cstallcup@cityofcorinth.com

(940) 498-1386 (940) 498-1386 (940) 498-1386

CORINTH RECREATION DIVISION LOCATIONS Recreation Office Corinth City Hall 3300 Corinth Parkway Corinth, Texas 76208 Hours: M-Th 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.- Fri. 7:30-11:00

940-498-1FUN Fax: 940-498-3234

Woods Building 1128 Postwood Drive Corinth, Texas 76210 Hours: Varies

Fax: 940-498-3234

Crownover Recreation Center 1901 Creekside Drive Corinth, Texas 76210 Hours: M - F 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.; Sat 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

940-369-4797 Fax: 940-498-3234

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FOR YOUR INFORMATION INDEX

City Information......................2 Recreation Information...............3 Special Events........................4 Summer Camps........................7 Special Interest......................8 Pre-School............................9 Youth................................10 Senior Trail Blazers.................11 Health & Fitness....................14 Athletics.............................16 Rentals..............................20 Waiver Form.........................21 Park Information....................23 City Facilities & Parks...............24 City Map.............................25 Trails Map...........................26

MISSION STATEMENT

The City government exists only to serve its citizens. To that end the City will limit itself to providing, maintaining, and upgrading basic services consistant with a family-oriented community.These things will be accomplished through openness and prudent use of revenues. Every action taken by the Council or City employees on behalf of the citizens will be an example of impeccable personal integrity.

PHOTOGRAPHS

Frequently, the Recreation Division takes photographs or videotapes of people enjoying programs, special events, or parks and facilities. These photographs and videotapes are for the Parks and Recreation Division publications, recreation brochures, websites, or cable programs. They are used at the Parks and Recreation Division’s discretion and become its sole property.

ADA POLICY

The Corinth Recreation Division welcomes and encourages all individuals and families from our community to participate in programs and facilities regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or disability. If you would like more information regarding accessibility to programs and facilities, please call us at 940-498-1FUN (1386).

HOW TO R E AD INFORMATION

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C LA S S

Each class listed is identified by an 8 digit code number, the location where the class is being held, the day(s) of the week it is being held, the time it is being held, the date the class starts, the number of classes in the session, the instructor, and the cost of the class. xxxxx.xxx City Hall W 6:00-7:30 p.m. 11/10 5 staff $20

REFUND POLICY

When requested more than one week prior to the class start date, a 50% refund will be granted for those with a medical excuse stating they are unable to participate in the class/activity for which they are registered. Refunds will not be granted without a medical excuse. Once classes begin or rosters are distributed refunds will not be granted. All refunds must be submitted in writing at least 7 business days before the class is scheduled to begin. In the event that the Recreation Division cancels a class/activity, the participant may 1) have the money kept on account to use at a later date, or 2) the participant may request a full refund. Convenience fees will not be refunded.

CANCELLATION POLICY

The Corinth Recreation Division reserves the right to cancel any class or activity that does not meet minimum registration requirements.

WAITING LISTS

If a course is full you may ask to have your name placed on the waiting list for that course. When an opening occurs, staff will notify, in waiting list order, the persons on the list and offer the opportunity to register for the course at that time. Payment for the course will be required at the time of registration.

NON-RESIDENT FEES

Class fees for non-Corinth residents are only $3.50 more than the resident fee for classes/activities. Please refer to individual class or activity for prices. A resident is defined as anyone living within the geographical boundaries of Corinth.

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SPECIAL EVENTS

12th Annual Daddy Daughter Valentine’s Dance Semi-Formal Attire Held at the Oakmont Country Club 1901 Oakmont Drive in Corinth Friday, February 10, 2012 Ages 4-8 from 7:00-8:30 pm Ages 9-12 from 9:00-10:30 pm Admission is $15.00 per person and tickets may only be purchased in person at the Recreation Office located at 3300 Corinth Parkway, 940-498-1386 Space is limited to 200 per dance. TICKETS WILL NOT BE SOLD AT THE DOOR!

Photography packages will also be available for purchase.

4th ANNUAL “MOONLIGHT” EASTER EGGSTRAVAGANZA Ages 11-15 Friday, March 30, 2012 from 8:00-10:00 pm at the Corinth Community Park Softball Fields Bring your family for a fun and exciting evening of illuminated egg hunts, bounce houses, and games. Kids bring your flash lights for a chance to hunt eggs in the dark. These are not just any eggs, these eggs are filled with yummy goodness, gift certificates, and much much more. So come on out, and join us for this exciting egg hunt. Admission is free and every bunny is welcome!

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SPECIAL EVENTS

11th ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT Ages 18 months-10 years Saturday, March 31, 2012 from 10:00 am-12:00 pm at the Corinth Community Park Softball Fields. Bring your family and enjoy a morning of fun and entertainment. Activities include egg hunts for ages 18 mths - 10 years and a Bounce House. Admission is FREE and every bunny is welcome. Staff and the Easter Bunny will be on hand to assist younger children with egg hunts. NO PARENTS ALLOWED IN THE EGG HUNT AREA! Ages 1 1/2-2 Ages 3-4 Ages 5-6 Ages 7-8 Ages 9-10

EGG HUNT TIMES 10:15 am 10:35 am 10:55 am 11:15 am 11:35 am

Field 3 Field 2 Field 3 Field 2 Field 3

7th ANNUAL FISHIN’ FUN FOR KIDS Ages 5-13 Saturday, May 19, 2012 at the Corinth Community Park Pond 8:00-10:00 am Hook, Line, and Sinker! Bring out the kids for an exciting morning of fishin’. Let our staff and volunteers help your child catch the biggest fish! T-shirts will be provided for the first 100 kids. Poles and worms will also be available. (POLES MUST BE RETURNED) Awards will be provided for the biggest fish in each age group. Age Groups 5-7 years 8-10 years 11-13 years

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SPECIAL EVENTS

MOVIES IN THE PARK All Ages

Where: Corinth Community Park Softball Fields Time: 8:30-11:00 pm Cost: $1 or a canned good Join us for Summer Movies in the Park. All movies will begin at twilight, 8:30 pm, at the Corinth Community Park Softball Fields. Refreshments will be available for purchase from the Lake Cties Softball Association. Admission is $1 or a canned good to be donated to the Lake Cities Food Bank. So grab your lawn chair or blanket and join us for a night of fun and entertainment in the park! Movie Showcase Friday, May 4th Happy Feet II Friday, June 8th Puss and Boots

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

Flower Mound

Denton

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SUMMER CAMPS

Crime Scene Investigation (Ages 13-17)

This program is intended to interest teens in the forensic sciences of law enforcement. Teens will be introduced to the Bomb Control Unit and a remote controlled bomb robot, perform an arson investigation, uncover fingerprints, be introduced to DNA and design a DNA model, and reconstruct a robbery scene. Enrollment is limited to 25 participants. 10096.007

PD

M-F

9 am-6 pm

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7/9-7/13 Staff

$78


SPECIAL INTEREST Financial Workshops (Ages 18+)

DeLaine Moore is a Financial Advisor with Edward Jones Investments in Denton, TX. DeLaine has 12 years experience in the Financial Industry, currently licensed in the state of Michigan, Illinois, Georgia and Texas. Licenses include Securities, Annuities, Long Term Care, Life, Health, and Disability. DeLaine has spent time in the financial industry with Mitsubishi Finance, Countrywide Financial, Chase, and Morgan Stanley (Saxon). Class Size: 2 min-20 max. 401K Workshop We will discuss the importance of reviewing investments, how to choose the correct investments to meet your financial objectives and IRA/Roth Retirement accounts. 10207.001 Woods Moore FREE

Thu

6:00-6:45 pm

1/5

1

10207.005 Woods Moore FREE

Thu

6:00-6:45 pm

5/3

1

Horseback Riding Lessons (Ages 7-Adult)

Understanding How Inflation Affects your Retirement Plan We discuss what inflation is, how it can affect the economy, cash savings and long-term financial goals. Learn how to choose investments that combat inflation.

Learn basic skills, techniques, and procedures while having the time of your life. Novice class participants will learn how to walk and trot while learning to steer and guide your horse. Participants will need to wear jeans and boots. Alternate days for inclement weather will be included. Class will be held at R-N-R Stables located at 3114 Parkridge, Corinth, Texas. Class Size: 1 min-2 max

10208.001 Woods Moore FREE

Thu

6:00-6:45 pm

1/12

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10204.001 RNR Stables Rowe $104

10209.005 Woods Moore FREE

Thu

6:00-6:45 pm

5/10

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10204.002 RNR Stables Rowe $104

How to Make your Money Grow Safely Learn about safe investments that provide growth and income. We will discuss the biggest mistakes consumers make with their investments.

10204.003 RNR Stables Rowe $104

10210.001 Woods Moore FREE

Thu

6:00-6:45 pm

1/19

1

10204.005 RNR Stables Rowe $104

10210.005 Woods Moore FREE

Thu

6:00-6:45 pm

5/17

1

10204.006 RNR Stables Rowe $104

401K Workshop This workshop will teach you about investment that pay tax-free income. Learn how to increase your income TAX-FREE.

10204.004 RNR Stables Rowe $104

10204.007 RNR Stables Rowe $104 10204.008 RNR Stables Rowe $104

Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed

6:00-6:30 pm

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10211.002 Woods Moore FREE

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10204.007 RNR Stables Rowe $104

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10211.005 Woods Moore FREE

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10204.008 RNR Stables Rowe $104

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SPECIAL INTEREST Getting Paid to Talk (Ages 18+)

Have you ever been told that you have a great voice? This exciting class will explore numerous aspects of voice over. We will cover all the basics, including how to prepare the all important demo, how to be successful and earn great income. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions and to hear examples of demos recorded by professional voice actors. Class participants will even have a chance to record a commercial script under the direction of our voice coach producers. Class Size: 6 min-25 max. 10206.003 Woods Voice Coaches $25

Thu

6:30-9:00 pm

3/29

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PRE-SCHOOL JoAnn’s Little Dancer’s Ballet & Tap Class (Ages 3-5)

These classes will devlop poise and coordination while teaching the fundamentals of ballet and tap. Classes will create group interaction skills and support your child’s self-esteem and positive image. Children will also develop rhythm and music appreciation. NOTE: Children will need a leotard, light pink tights, pink ballet slippers, and black tap shoes. These classes are progressive, leading up to a formal spring recital that will be held in early May. Extra costume fees may apply. Class Size: 3 min 10 max. 10090.001 Ingram

Woods $38

Mon

5:30-6:15 pm

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10090.002 Woods Ingram $38

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5:30-6:15 pm

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10090.003 Woods Ingram $38

Mon

5:30-6:15 pm 3/5 NO CLASS 3/19

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10090.004 Woods Ingram $38

Mon

5:30-6:15 pm

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YOUTH JoAnn’s Little Dancer’s Ballet & Tap Class (Ages 6-12)

These classes will develop poise and coordination while teaching the fundamentals of ballet and tap. Classes will create group interaction skills and support your child’s self-esteem and positive image. Children will also develop rhythm and music appreciation. NOTE: Children will need a leotard, light pink tights, pink ballet slippers, and black tap shoes. These classes are progressive, leading up to a formal spring recital that will be held in early May. Extra costume fees may apply. Class size: 3 min-10 max. 10091.001 Woods Ingram $38

Mon

7:00-7:45 pm

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10091.002 Woods Ingram $38

Mon

7:00-7:45 pm

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10091.003 Woods Ingram $38

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7:00-7:45 pm 3/5 NO CLASS 3/19

10091.004 Woods Ingram $38

Mon

7:00-7:45 pm

4/16

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JoAnn’s Little Dancer’s Hip-Hop/Jazz (Ages 6-12) *NEW*

Students will learn the basics of jazz and hip-hop technique and style. Students will learn how to stretch properly, learn canter floor combinations, turns and work two dance routines. NOTE: Dancers should wear black jazz shoes or sneakers along with dance wear or comfortable street clothes. These classes are progressive, leading up to a formal spring recital to be held in early May. Extra costume fees may apply. Class size: 3 min-10 max. 10092.001 Woods Ingram $38

Mon

6:15-7:00 pm

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10092.002 Woods Ingram $38

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6:15-7:00 pm

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10092.003 Woods Ingram $38

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6:15-7:00 pm 3/5 NO CLASS 3/19

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10092.004 Woods Ingram $38

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SENIOR TRAIL BLAZERS AGES 55+ JANUARY Texas Civil War Museum

Join us on Wednesday, January 4th as we take a step back in time. The Texas Civil War Museum is a destination that tells the story of the Civil War soldier from 1861-1865. The Texas Civil War Museum maintains the most comprehensive collection of artifacts west of the Mississippi River. While TCWM is best known for its military collections, it also holds significant collections of domestic objects and historic flags, personal items and artifacts, and postwar Victorian attire. Please register by Friday, December 30th. We will stop for lunch on the way home. Lunch is not included in the cost of the trip. Class size: 6 min-20 max. 50001.001 Staff

City Hall

Wed

8:30 am-2:00 pm

1/4 1

$10

Murder Mystery Dinner

Join us on Friday, January 20th ‘cause we’ve got a murder to solve! Ride along with us on this hilarious journey through the old west with some of the zaniest characters to ever step off the stage. If you’re the sharpest tool in the shed maybe you can figure out why someone would want to send Horse Face to the glue factory. Was he feeling his oats with Esperanza, the local saloon gal? Did he think the Doc should get a dose of his own medicine? Could our proper Ms. Book have wanted to re-write a chapter or two? Or was this just a case of mistaken identity? And will Marshall Courtright be able to round up the guilty party or will he have to call in the Canadian Mounties. It’s up to us to figure out “who done it” and bring the varmint to justice. Yee haw! Please register by Monday, January 9th. Dinner will be served at the show. Trip size: 6 min-20 min. 50002.001 City Hall Staff $65

Fri

6:00-10:30 pm

1/20

FEBRUARY Jupiter Bingo Hall

Join us on Wednesday, February 22nd as we take our shot at luck! Here is your chance to win $5,000 in cash prizes at Jupiter Bingo Hall. We will play 2 full sets of Bingo in a smoke free hall. Please register by Wednesday, February 8th. We will stop along the way for lunch. Lunch is not included in the cost. Trip size: 6 min-20 max. 50000.002 City Hall Staff $5

Fri

10:00 am-4:00 pm

2/22

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Sea Life Aquarium

Join us on Monday, February 6th as we explore the new Sea Life aquarium at Grapevine Mills Mall. Are you a shark lover, seahorse fanatic or a clownfish groupie? Perhaps it’s the graceful jellyfish or the clever Octopus that you love the most. Maybe you simply can’t decide? At SEA LIFE you can make up your mind and see them all - from the curious and the rescued to the rare and the enigmatic. And you’ll be able to get closer to them than ever before. As if that is not enough for an extra $5 you can sign up for a behind the scenes tour that will give you a firsthand look at how they care for all of the aquatic life in our aquarium. You’ll get to see food prep areas, laboratory and infirmary. You can sign up for this tour at the aquarium. Please register by Monday, January 16th. We will stop along the way for lunch. Lunch is not included in the cost. Trip size: 6 min20 max. 50001.002 City Hall Staff $25

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SENIOR TRAIL BLAZERS AGES 55+

RENT

MARCH

Join us on Wednesday, March 7th as we enjoy this smash-hit musical that has become a pop culture phenomenon. Set in the East Village of New York City, Rent tells the unforgettable story of a grop of impoverished young artists and musicians struggling and learning to survive, fall in love, find their voices and live for today. This rock opera, penned by Jonathan Larson, quickly became one of the most beloved and longest running Broadway musicals of all time, winning multiple Tony Awards and a Pulitzer Prize. Please register by Wednesday, February 13th. We will stop along the way for Dinner. Dinner is not included in the cost. Trip size: 6 min-20 max. 50002.003 City Hall Staff $50

Wed

4:00 -10:00 pm

3/7

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Mary Poppins

Join us on Thursday, March 29th as we get swept up in the fun of this high-flying musical. Mary Poppins is bringing its own brand of Broadway magic to theaters across the country, which has Variety raving, “This is the rare touring production that over-delivers on every level.� Featuring the irresistible story and unforgettable songs from one of the most popular Disney films of all time, plus brand-new breathtaking dance numbers and spectacular state-craft, Mary Poppins is everything you could ever want in a hit Broadway show! Please register by Monday, February 27th. We will stop along the way for dinner. Dinner is not included in the cost. Trip size: 6 min-20 min. 50000.003 City Hall Staff $45

Sat

4:00-10:00 pm

TRAIL BLAZERS SENIOR LUNCHEON

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Sign up today for our potluck luncheons! We provide the meat, and you sign up to bring a side dish. The cost of attending is $3 per person. The luncheons are held the last Wednesday of each month at 12:00 noon at the Woods Building. Call (940) 498-1386 to sign up or for more information.

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SENIOR TRAIL BLAZERS AGES 55+ APRIL Fort Worth Water Gardens & Stockyards

Join us on Thursday, April 12th as we go walk around the best of downtown Fort Worth. The Fort Worth Stockyards offers plenty to see and do. Shop among the many of shops, dine at one of the many restaurants, watch the cattle cross, or find yourself getting lost in the giant maze. Whatever you do, there is something for everyone! After all that we will stop by the Fort Worth Water Gardens. The 4.3 acre water park was built in 1974 that features 3 pools of water and a terraced knoll. The quiet meditation pool is encircled with trees and features a flat, still plane of water that cascades almost 90 degrees down to a sunken walkway. The main attraction of the Water Gardens is the active pool which has water cascading 38 ft. down terraces and steps into a small pool at the bottom. Please register by Monday, April 2nd. Pack a lunch, or enjoy lunch at one of the restaurants, lunch not included in the cost. Trip size: 6 min-20 max. 50001.004 City Hall Staff $5

Thu

9:30 am-4:00 pm

4/12

MAY Senior Day at the Ball Park

Join us on Wednesday, May 16th as we cheer on the Texas Rangers! We will start the morning at an informational expo where you will be able to gather helpful information. We will then head to our seats, tucked way in the shade, and enjoy lunch at the ballpark all before cheering on the defending ALCS champions, the Texas Rangers. Please register by Wednesday, March 21st. Lunch will be provided at the game. Trip size: 6 min-20 max. 50001.005 City Hall Staff $10

Wed

9:00 am-4:00 pm

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Fort Worth Botanical Garden

Join us on Monday, April 23rd as we explore the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, the oldest botanic garden in Texas, is the ultimate destination for self-guided field trips. Explore ponds, creeks, wooded acres, meadows and twenty-six specialty gardens on our 109 acres. Explore the many different gardens including the Japanese garden, where you can feed the thousands of exotic Koi for a quarter. Please register by Monday, April 9th. You may pack a sack lunch and enjoy a picnic in the gardens or you may have lunch at one of the restaurants in the gardens. Lunch is not included in the cost. Trip size: 6 min-20 max. 50000.004 City Hall Staff $8

Mon

9:00 am-4:00 pm

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Glassblowing

Join us on Thursday, May 3rd as we tour Vetro Glassblowing Studio & Gallery. Vetro Glassblowing is a state-of-the-art facility that is a nationally recognized glass artists specialize in handblown and lampwork art glass ranging from large-scale contemporary lighting installations, decorative art glass sculptures and jewelry. We will enjoy a live demonstration and experience the ancient art form of glassblowing! After that, enjoy a nice stroll down downtown Grapevine, shopping at the numerous shops, enjoy a meal or cup of coffee at one of the many restaurants. Please register by Monday, April 16th. Pack a lunch, or enjoy lunch at one of the restaurants, lunch not included in the cost. Trip size: 6 min-20 max. 50000.005 City Hall Staff $10

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9:00 am-4:00 pm

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HEALTH & FITNESS Zumba (Ages 16+) *NEW*

Zumba is a fun filled fitness class inspired by Latin music and dance moves. Zumba uses a variety of styles in the routines, including salsa, merenque, reggaeton, cumbia and cha-cha. Zumba creats a non-intimidating party-like atmosphere. It’s exercise in disguise. So ditch the workout and join the party! (In the event that the Crownover Recreation Center is closed, due to school activities, class will be cancelled and a make-up class will be scheduled. Make-up classes may take place on alternate days from the originally scheduled class day.) Class size: 4 min-50 max 10235.001 Crownover Davis $37

Mon & Wed 8:00-9:00 pm 1/4 NO CLASS 1/16 & 1/30

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10235.002 Crownover Davis $37

Mon & Wed 8:00-9:00 pm NO CLASS 2/6

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Mon & Wed 8:00-9:00 pm 3/5 NO CLASS 3/19 & 3/21

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10235.003 Crownover Davis $37 10235.004 Crownover Davis $37 10235.005 Crownover Davis $37

Mon & Wed 8:00-9:00 pm

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Mon & Wed 8:00-9:00 pm 5/2 6 NO CLASS 5/21, 5/23 & 5/28

Body Blast (Ages 16+)

This class is designed to focus on those problem areas. Each class will be geared towards toning, strengthening, and cardio. During this class participants will use hand weights, rubber bands, and floor exercises to bring the results he or she is looking for. Participants ages 16 & 17 must be accompanied by an adult. Participants will need to bring hand weights and a mat or towel to class. (In the event that the Crownover Recreation Center is closed, due to school activities, class will be cancelled and a makeup class will be scheduled. Make-up classes may take place on alternate days from the originally scheduled class day.) Class Size: 5 min-50 max. 10241.001 Crownover Mon & Wed 7:00-8:00 pm 1/4 Pradier $20 NO CLASS 1/16 & 1/30

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10241.002 Crownover Mon & Wed 7:00-8:00 pm 2/1 8 Pradier $20 NO CLASS 2/6

PiYo (Ages 16+) *NEW*

PiYo is a unique class designed to build strength and gain flexibility. This class will help with core conditioning and strength training. PiYo is full of power, energy and will make you sweat. This class is geared towards all fitness levels. Participants will need to bring a mat, towel and water to class. Class Size: 6 min-12 max. 10242.001 Woods Pradier $29

Fri

10242.003 Woods Pradier $29

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10242.004 Woods Pradier $29

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10242.005 Woods Pradier $29

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9:00-10:00 am

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10241.003 Crownover Pradier $20

Mon & Wed 7:00-8:00 pm 3/5 NO CLASS 3/19 & 3/21

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10241.004 Crownover Pradier $20

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10241.005 Crownover Pradier $20

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HEALTH & FITNESS Middle Eastern Dance Lessons (Ages 12+)

Middle Eastern Dance is good for muscle toning, body control, and flexibility. Cathy Barton, the instructor, has 30 years belly dancing experience. Please wear comf or t able clot hing and come j oin t he f un! NOTE: Pre-requisite for intermediate/advanced class is 2-3 full sessions of beginner class. Each semester consists of 3 sessions! Class Size: 3 min- 20 max.

Karate (Ages 6-Adult)

Okinawan karate is taught in a traditional way that is helpful for all ages. Not only will self-defense techniques be studied, but also self discipline and self control. Okinawan karate has been the original art form practiced in Okinawa for over 300 years. Students will learn “Kata” or form training along with basic skills. As the student advances, techniques are revealed through the understanding of the “Kata” applications. Class Size: 5 min-25 max. Session 1: All Levels (Ages 6-12) 10034.001 Crownover Tues 6:00-7:30 pm Morgan $36

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10133.003 Woods Barton $31

Wed 7:00-8:00 pm NO CLASS 3/14

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10133.004 Woods Barton $40

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Intermediate/Advanced Class 10230.002 Woods Wed Barton $40

6:00-7:30 pm 3/6 NO CLASS 3/20

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10034.005 Crownover Tues Morgan $36

6:00-7:30 pm

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10037.003 Woods Morgan $36

Tues

7:45-8:45 pm

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10037.005 Woods Morgan $36

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7:45-8:45 pm

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7:00-8:00 pm

5:45-6:45 pm

10230.003 Woods Barton $31

Wed 5:45-6:45 pm NO CLASS 3/14

10230.004 Barton $40

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10034.003 Crownover Tues Morgan $36

Session 2: All Levels (Ages 13+) 10037.001 Woods Tues 7:45-8:45 pm Morgan $36

Beginner Class 10133.002 Woods Barton $40

Register on-line at corinthrec.recware.com Page 15

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ATHLETICS Adult Men’s & Coed Spring Softball

Slide into home with a season of leather flashing and home run hitting as Corinth Recreation Division is currently accepting registrations for Adult Men’s and Coed ASA Softball Leagues. Men’s leagues will play on Wednesday nights and Coed leagues will play on Thursday nights at Corinth Community Park. Each division is limited to six teams, playing ten games in a double round robin schedule. Registration fee is $400 on or before Tuesday, February 7th. Late registration fee is $450 per team. Registration deadline is Tuesday, February 14th. Full payment is due at registration. All rosters and waivers are due no later than Tuesday, February 21st. Men’s leagues will begin on Wednesday, March 7th and Coed leagues will begin on Thursday, March 8th. For more information, please call Cathy (940) 4981386.

Adult Men’s & Coed Summer Softball League

Slide into home with a season of leather flashing and home run hitting as Corinth Recreation Division is currently accepting registrations for Adult Men’s and Coed ASA Softball Leagues. Men’s leagues will play on Wednesday nights and Coed leagues will play on Thursday nights at Corinth Community Park. Each division is limited to six teams, playing eight games in a double round robin schedule.

Adult Men’s & Coed Fall Softball

Slide into home with a season of leather flashing and home run hitting as Corinth Recreation Division is currently accepting registrations for Adult Men’s and Coed ASA Softball Leagues. Men’s leagues will play on Wednesday nights and Coed leagues will play on Thursday nights at Corinth Community Park. Each division is limited to six teams, playing eight games in a double round robin schedule. Registration fee is $350 on or before Tuesday, July 10th. Late registration fee is $400 per team. Registration deadline is Tuesday, July 17th. Full payment is due at registration. All rosters and waivers are due no later than Tuesday, July 24th. Men’s leagues will begin on Wednesday, August 1st and Coed leagues will begin on Thursday, August 2nd. For more information, please call Cathy (940) 4981386.

Registration fee is $350 on or before Tuesday, May 8th. Late registration fee is $400 per team. Registration deadline is Tuesday, May 15th. Full payment is due at registration. All rosters and waivers are due no later than Tuesday, May 22nd. Men’s leagues will begin on Wednesday, May 30th and Coed leagues will begin on Thursday, May 31st. For more information, please call Cathy (940) 4981386.

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ATHLETICS Summer Youth Track (Ages 6-18)

The City of Corinth Recreation Department is sponsoring a summer youth track program. Practice sessions will be offered Tuesday thru Thursday mornings from 10:00 am-12:00 pm at a local facility. Competitive meets are scheduled throughout the area on weekends. All Qualifying meets are sanctioned by TAAF (Texas Amateur Athletic Federation) which offers our athletes the opportunity to advance from local to regional, then to State competitions at the Games of Texas. Registration fee is $70/person on or before Tuesday, April 24th. Late registration fee is $85/person. Registration deadline is Tuesday, May 15th. The fee includes TAAF registration, A Corinth Track Team jersey, registration fees into the TAAF Regional Track Meet, and professional instruction. Participants are responsible for individual meet registration fees, which are $3 per meet. For more information, please contact the Recreation office at (940) 498-1386.

Little Dribblers Coed Youth Basketball (Ages 3-6)

Your child will learn the game of basketball and much much more. Each season is six weeks long and the price is $40 per child. Please include an additional $3.50 non-resident fee for those not living in the City of Corinth. Games are played on Saturday mornings and practices are on Friday nights. The City of Corinth will provide playing jerseys. Min 28, max 60.

6 and Under (Ages 4-6)

Please register by Tuesday, January 17th Games will start on Saturday, February 4th

4 and Under (Ages 3-4)

Please register by Tuesday, March 6th Games will start on Saturday, March 31st

ATHLETIC FIELDS RAIN-OUT LINE I n t h e ev en t o f i n c l em en t weather, please call our rain-out line, 940-498-3221, after 4:00 p.m.

6 and Under (Ages 4-6)

Please register by Tuesday, May 1st Games will start on Friday, May 19th

4 and Under (Ages 3-4)

Please register by Tuesday, August 28th Games will start on Saturday, September 15th

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ATHLETICS Corinth Area Baseball

The City of Corinth is offering baseball to the residents of Corinth, Lake Dallas, Hickory Creek, Shady Shores, and surrounding area through the Corinth Area Baseball league. You may register individually or as a team. Please register by Tuesday, February 21st. A mandatory draft will take place for individual registrants on Saturday, March 3rd. You may register for baseball online at http:// corinthrec.recware.com or in person Corinth City Hall. Please submit a copy of your child’s birth certificate along with a liability waiver at time of registration. Individual Registration Fees $40 Blastball $70 5U & 6U t-ball $75 7U & 8U coach pitch $100 9U-16U

Corinth Area Baseball-Select Leagues

Corinth Area Baseball will be utilizing TNT for its select leagues. Cost per team is $1500 for a 12 game season. Registration fee includes your TNT registration, coach’s background checks, and team insurance. Select leagues are required to privide their own jerseys. All jerseys must have the “Corinth Area Baseball” logo on the sleeve.

Team Registration Fees $740 5U & 6U t-ball $800 7U & 8U coach pitch $1100 9U-16U

You may register online at http:// corinthrec.recware.com or in person at the Corinth City Hall. Please submit a team roster, liability waiver for each child, and birth certificate for each child at time of registration.

Game on Athletics

All Corinth Area Basdeball players who register for the Spring 2012 league will receive a 50% discount on all sports performance training at Game On Athletics. Offer applies to 3, 6, & 12 month memberships.

For more information, please contact the Recreation Division at (940) 498-1386 or visit us online at www.corinthareabaseball.com.

•All Corinth Area Baseball families will receive a

30% discount on all family packages (up to 5 family members) to Game on Athletics.

As a member of Game on Athletics you will receive the following benefits: • unlimited sports performance training • access to Game On’s fields and facilities (batting cages and turn infields will be complete by Spring 2012) • 30% discount on all team parties and birthday parties • much much more!

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ATHLETICS THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS:

Genti’s Pizza & Pasta Corinth Police Association

For more information or to register visit us online at Corinthrec.recware.com.

Daisy Cleaners

View your league schedules online at www.teamsideline.com/corinth

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ATHLETICS & RENTALS YOUTH SPORTS

The City of Corinth Recreation Division allocates, prepares, and maintains competitive game fields used by youth sports organizations who are members of the Sports Council of the City of Corinth. The cosponsored organizations that utilize these City maintained fields are the Lake Cities Football and Cheerleading Association, Lake Cities Soccer Association, and the Lake Cities Girls Softball Association. Each organization can be reached by e-mail.

Athletic Field Rental

Athletic fields are available to be reserved when not being used for league play and practice. Fields will need to be reserved the Friday before the week the reservation is needed. They can be rented for one (1), two(2) hour session per week. Fields may be reserved only on the hour, i.e., 4-6 p.m., 68 p.m., or 8-10 p.m. Fields may not be reserved after 10:00 p.m. RATE: $7.50 per hr for unlit fields, 2 hr min. $15.00 per hr for lighted fields, 2 hr min. Reservations must be made at the Recreation office located at 3300 Corinth Parkway, Monday through Thursday, from 7:30 am- -5:00 pm, and Friday from 7:30am-11:00 am. No reservation is confirmed until payment is received. For field reservation information, you may contact The Recreation Division at 940-498-1FUN (1386).

LAKE CITIES FOOTBALL & CHEERLEADING ASSOC. WWW.LCFCA.ORG FALL REGISTRATION-MAY LAKE CITIES GIRLS SOFTBALL ASSOC. WWW.LCGSA.ORG PRESIDENT@LCGSA.ORG SPRING REGISTRATION-JANUARY LAKE CITIES SOCCER ASSOC. WWW.LCSASOCCER.ORG SPRING REGISTRATION- DECEMBER & JANUARY LAKE CITIES LACROSSE WWW.LAKECITIESLACROSSE.COM SPRING REGISTRATION-DECEMBER & JANUARY

PLEASE CHECK EACH ASSOCIATION’S WEBSITE FOR REGISTRATION DATES, TIMES, & LOCATIONS!

Woods Building Rental

The City of Corinth Woods Building is available to the public for use when not in use for recreation activities. The Woods Building is located in the Woods Park at 1128 Postwood Drive in Corinth. The Woods Building will need to be reserved the Friday before the week the reservation is needed. The Woods Building can be rented for a minimum of two(2) hours per rental. The Woods Building may not be reserved after 10:00 p.m or on a continuous basis. RATE: $19.00 per hr, 2 hour minimum $50 refundable deposit Reservations must be made at the Recreation office located at 3300 Corinth Parkway, Monday through Thursday, from 7:30 am- 5:00 pm, and Friday from 7:30 am-11:00 am. No reservation is confirmed until payment is received. For reservation information, you may contact The Recreation Division at 940-4981FUN (1386).

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ANNUAL WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY

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ANNUAL WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY

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FOR YOUR INFORMATION CORINTH PARK SYSTEM

The City of Corinth Parks Division is the steward of 184 acres of public parkland in Corinth. The Division also maintains over 11 playgrounds in parks throughout the city. Safety and accessibility, as always, are a primary concern in the design of all parks. For comments or suggestions about any park, please contact the Parks Division at 940-498-3200.

PARKS SERVICE REQUESTS

ADOPT-A-STREET The City of Corinth would like to “Thank” the following friends, neighbors, and groups for their continued support of our AdoptA-Street program. Without their support this program would not be successful. Keep up the “great” work!

If you should ever encounter an unusual maintenance condition or hazard in the parks, please contact the Parks Division at 940-498-3200 to report it. We will attempt to correct the problem as quickly as possible.

Autumn Oaks of Corinth Kensington Park Cares Program Ricky & Deb Reed Ralph & Patsy Burch Spirit Horse Therapeutic Riding Center The Crump Family Jo & Walt Hubbard Foy Taylor The Church of Corinth Cub Scouts Pack 191 Corinth Police Department Boy Scout Troop 191 Villas on the Fairway Cub Scout Pack 2008 The Bryan Family Larry Oberle Keep Corinth Beautiful Criminal Justice Society NCTC American Eagle Harley-Davidson/Buell NCTC Student Government Association Mr. Randy & Kirsten Baumann

THE FUTURE OF YOUR PARKS,TRAILS, AND FACILITIES

Future park and recreation facility needs of the city are being met today through planning and design for anticipated needs as well as updating current facilities. One example is the Trails Grant awarded to the Parks and Recreation Division by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. These grant funds will allow the City to add an additional seven (7) miles of “soft trail” to our existing trail system. Currently the City has 1.69 miles of “soft trail” and 5.74 miles of “hard trail” throughout our City Parks. This additional trail will bring our trail system total to 12.74 miles allowing citizens to enjoy its use by walking, jogging, biking, and horseback riding.

PARK PAVILIONS

The City of Corinth has two park pavilions that may be reserved. One pavilion, located in the Woods Park on Postwood Drive, measures 39 ft. X 36 ft. in size and has 3 picnic tables for your use. The second pavilion is located at the Corinth Community Park, adjacent to the baseball fields and basketball court, measures 30 ft. X 50 ft. in size and picnic tables will be available.

There are still many streets available for your group, family, or business to adopt. We provide the trash bags and pickup of trash, you provide the manpower.

For information regarding reservation procedures, please call the Recreation Division at 940-4981FUN(1386).

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For more information contact: Cathy Stallcup Recreation Division 940-498-1FUN(1386)


CITY FACILITIES & PARKS 1. CORINTH CITY HALL

9. MEADOW OAKS PARK

3300 Corinth Parkway

3300 Meadows Oak Drive - 3+ acres FEATURES - playscape, swings, benches, picnic tables, pavilion, and grills.

2. CORINTH COMMUNITY PARK

3700 Corinth Parkway - 116 acres FEATURES - sports fields, walking/jogging trail, nature area, basketball court, gazebo, and a playscape with swings, pond with boardwalk and fishing piers, picnic tables, benches, pavilion, and restrooms.

10. MEADOWVIEW PARK

1723 Meadowview Drive - 11+ acres FEATURES - playscape, full basketball court, senior swing, picnic tables, grills, benches, nature trail, exercise stations, a pond, and swings.

3. CORINTH FARMS PARK

4401 Buckboard Circle - .25 acres FEATURES - swings FUTURE-two age appropriate playscapes and spring animal.

11. MULHOLLAND PARK

3206 Mulholland Dr. - 1.6 acres FEATURES - playscape, swings, picnic tables, benches, gazebo, and grills.

4. CROWNOVER RECREATION CENTER 1901 Creekside Drive FEATURES - 1 gym

12. NAUGHTON PARK

3100 Ashwood Lane. - 1.5 acres FEATURES - bench and picnic table.

5. EAGLE PASS PARK

1824 Vintage Dr. - 3+ acres FEATURES - playscape, swings, bounce toys, benches, and picnic tables.

13. THOUSAND OAKS PARK

4412 Wandering Oak Drive - 5.8 acres FEATURES - pond with fountain.

6. FAIRVIEW PARK

3640 A Fairview Drive - 3+ acres FEATURES - playscape, spring animals, benches, picnic tables, ball toss, swings and grill.

14. WINDSOR RIDGE PARK

7. KENSINGTON PARK

15.WOODS BUILDING & WOODS PARK

3608 Sussex Way - 2.6 acres FEATURES - picnic tables, grills, walking trail, playscape, swings, and benches.

8. KNOLL PARK

1665 Knoll Ridge Circle - 100’ linear park FEATURES - playscape, walking trail, picnic tables, benches, spring animals, and senior swing.

1900 Vintage Drive - 2.2 acres FEATURES - playscape, swings, benches, spring animals, picnic tables, and grills.

1128 Postwood Drive - 2.2 acres FEATURES - pavilion with picnic tables, benches, community center, basketball court (1/2 court), walking trail, playscape, swings, and senior swing.

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CITY MAP

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TRAIL MAP

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Leisure Happenings Spring 2012