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REGISTRATION OPENS APRIL 11th! You can register in person, through the mail, or online using ActiveNet! Visit www.crpr.org for details!


Welcome to Centre Region Parks & Recreation

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Meet Our Team

think all of us are ready for some warmer temperatures, sunny skies, and green grass! Let us help you begin to think about summer and all the fun just around the corner! There are so many things to see and do this summer, but we hope you’ll consider joining us for some of the great programs and events happening with Centre Region Parks and Recreation! We’ve got a brand new program, “Rec On The Go,” that will be coming to you this summer! Watch for more information regarding locations, times, etc. For the third time, the Summer Tennis League is back and open to all player levels! Get those racquets ready for summer! The second Welch Cardboard Regatta is back with a new division! Soon, there will be some new geocaches in the area, so plan to get outside with the family and find these treasures! And don’t forget our summer standards: Touch A Truck, Arts Fest Kids Day, Kids On Wheels Parade, and the Youth Triathlon! We’ve got a program, event, or park for everyone, so we hope to see you this summer enjoying the great outdoors alongside Centre Region Parks and Recreation!

Pamela J. Salokangas, Director Amber Merrell, Recreation Services Manager Jeff Hall, Sports Supervisor Todd Roth, Aquatics Supervisor Beth Lee, Recreation Supervisor Jada Light, Office Manager Ty-Nica Davis, Staff Assistant Emma Barber, PT Staff Assistant Melissa Kauffman, Nature Center Supervisor

Mandy Maguffey, Nature Center Program Coordinator Mara Hartzell, Nature Center Staff Assistant

Cindy Stahlman, Active Adult Center Supervisor Lu Skidgel, Active Adult Center Staff Assistant Kathi Immordino, Active Adult Center PT Staff Assistant

Jim Carpenter, Park Manager Ted Weaver, Assistant Park Manager Brad Stamm, Parks Caretaker III/Mechanic Andrew Foor, Parks Caretaker II David Hartzell, Parks Caretaker II Clint Kauffman, Parks Caretaker II Tiffany Weaver, Parks Caretaker II David Barnett, Parks Caretaker I

Pamela J. Salokangas, CPRP, CPSI Director Centre Region Parks & Recreation

Gary Sprankle, Parks Caretaker I Steve Sunderland, Parks Caretaker I

Meet the Centre Region Parks & Recreation Authority

Each participating municipality (5) appoints one volunteer representative to serve a five-year term on the Centre Region Parks & Recreation Authority, plus one representative of the State College Area School District is appointed by State College Borough Council. The Authority meets monthly on the third Thursday of each month at 12:15pm. During the winter, the meetings are held at the COG Building and in good weather, the Authority will meet at various parks. The schedule is posted on the COG website if you’d like to join us! You can also find videos of the Authority meetings on C-NET. Centre Region Parks & Recreation (L to R): Shannon Messick (SCASD), Bill Keough (Ferguson Township), Jim 2643 Gateway Drive, Suite #1 Dunn, Vice-Chair (State College Borough), Kathy Matason, Chairperson State College, PA 16801 (College Township), Cindy Solic, Secretary (Patton Township), Diane Ishler, 814-231-3071 (p) • 814-235-7832 (f) Treasurer (Harris Township). www.crpr.org

On Our Front Cover: Sarah Lefkowitz (front) and Maya Salter (rear) compete in the first-ever Welch Pool Cardboard Regatta in July 2018!

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Table of Contents

Summer Camps .................................................................................. All Ages Instructional Classes ........................................................... Youth Sports ....................................................................................... Adult Sports & Leagues ...................................................................... Millbrook Marsh Nature Center Programs and Events ..................... Regional Parks, Facilities and Bike Paths Centerfold Map ............... Special Events .................................................................................... Aquatics ............................................................................................. Active Adult Center Programs and Events ........................................ Health & Fitness Classes ................................................................... Other Local Activities ....................................................................... Registration Policies and Mail-In Form ...........................................

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Summer Camps KIDVenture Minis Summer Camp

Let your preschooler find and explore a world of excitement and adventure by sending them to KIDVenture Minis with CRPR! Each week will be filled with themes, outdoor adventures, special guests, water play, lots of new friends and daily activities that will make this summer one of the best! DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION:

Monday-Friday, June 17-August 9 (omit July 4 & 10) 9 AM-12 PM 3-5 years old (who have not entered kindergarten; participants must be potty trained) $85R / $128NR per week To be determined

Dates June 17-21

SUMMER CAMPS

June 24-28

Weekly Themes To Infinity & Beyond Week! - Come with CRPR camp staff and explore all that is out in Space. We will make moon rocks, play planet games, and pretend to be Astronauts, all while having fun and making friends. Let’s All Move Week! - Come and join us during this fun-filled week to get active and make healthy choices! This week will be full of physical challenges--games, relay races, and dancing are just some of the many activities that will get your mini up and moving!

July 1-5 (No camp on 7/4)

Pint Size Picasso Week! - We will let our minds run wild and unleash our inner artist. Show up ready to get messy as we dive into a world of color and paint. Draw and mold some pieces of art guaranteed to make moms and dads proud. July 8-12 A Week at the Beach! – What is summer without some time at the Beach? KIDVenture Minis will (No camp on 7/10) have the beach brought to them at camp: we will make sand castles, play water games, and enjoy the best of summer. July 15-19 Zookeeper Week – Lions, tigers and bears, oh my! Learn about all different animals, play animal themed games, create animal art, and explore cool and colorful critters from around the world. July 22-26 Carnival Craziness Week - Step right up to the greatest show at camp! This marks the week of the KIDVenture Camp Carnival. We will use all of our creativity to make our carnival booth, play games and share our excitement with friends and family at the Carnival on Thursday, July 25. July 29-Aug. 2 Build It Week! - Are you ready to build something? It’s all things construction this week! So, put on your hard hat and join us in the construction zone for loads of building fun, both indoors and outdoors. August 5-9 Sports of All Sorts Week - Channel your inner sports star while trying out all sorts of sports. We may even make up a few of our own. Come ready to play!

Engineering & Architecture For Teens Summer Camp

Middle School students are welcome to join Bricks4Kidz staff in this challenging, fun, and educational camp that is geared just for them! Campers will use LEGO technical components, motors, and bricks to create dynamic vehicles, machines, creatures and architectural structures from around the world. Expand your engineering skills and creativity as we tackle these Black Diamond Challenges! Each camp will create different Black Diamond Challenges, so feel free to sign up for both! Camp #1: Monday-Friday, June 24-28, Park Forest Middle School; Program #43426 Camp #2: Monday-Friday, July 15-19, Good Shepherd Catholic Church Teen Warehouse; Program #43427 TIME: 9 AM-12 PM AGES: Rising 6th-8th graders FEES: $175R / $263NR

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Summer Camps continued KIDVenture Explorers Summer Camp

Send your kids off on all sorts of explorations this summer by enrolling them in the KIDVenture Explorers Camp! Explorers will have the opportunity to make a splash at Park Forest Pool, take field trips to some awesome places, be creative with various arts and crafts, play games galore, and so much more! All with our highly trained staff and without spending a night away from home! DATES: TIME: FEES: AGES: LOCATION:

Monday-Friday, June 17-August 9 (omit July 4) 9 AM-4 PM (regular); 7:30 AM-5:30 PM (extended) See table below for regular rates; extended hours are an additional $40/week. Field trips may require an additional fee. Rising 1st-3rd graders Park Forest Middle School

Dates

Theme

Field Trip

Fees

All Ball Adventureland

PSU Athletic Facilities & Creamery DelGrosso’s Amusement Park

$185R / $278NR $195R / $293NR

July 1-5 (No camp on 7/4) July 8-12 July 15-19 July 22-26 July 29-Aug. 2 August 5-9

Arts Alive

Movie at The State Theatre

$148R / $222NR

Backyard Bash Let’s All Move Carnival Craziness Animal Planet Under The Sea

Get Air! Indoor Trampoline Park Happy Valley MiniGolf and Meyer Dairy Incredible Carnival Creations T & D Cats of the World Black Moshannon State Park Beach Day

$195R / $293NR $185R / $278NR $185R / $278NR $190R / $285NR $185R / $278NR

KIDventure Challengers Summer Camp

KIDVenture Challengers Camp will be open for kids entering 4th and 5th grades. This camp lets your camper experience a summer like no other with our highly qualified staff, who will be prepared with a world of adventures, challenges, and a whole lot of FUN! Camp will be held at Park Forest Middle School, but with a separate Challengers schedule and some separate field trips. DATES: TIME: FEES: AGES: LOCATION:

SUMMER CAMPS

June 17-21 June 24-28

Monday-Friday, June 17-August 9 (omit July 4) 9 AM-4 PM (regular); 7:30 AM-5:30 PM (extended) See table below for regular rates; extended hours are an additional $40/week. Field trips may require an additional fee. Rising 4th-5th graders Park Forest Middle School

Dates

Theme

Field Trip

Fees

June 17-21 June 24-28

All Ball Adventureland

PSU All Sports Museum and Athletic Facilities Knoebel’s Amusement Park

$185R / $278NR $195R / $293NR

July 1-5 (No camp on 7/4) July 8-12 July 15-19 July 22-26 July 29-Aug. 2 August 5-9

Arts Alive

Movie

$148R / $222NR

Backyard Bash Let’s All Move Carnival Craziness Animal Planet Under The Sea

Get Air! Indoor Trampoline Park Tussey Mountain Fun Centre Incredible Carnival Creations T & D Cats of the World Black Moshannon State Park Beach Day

$195R / $293NR $195R / $293NR $185R / $278NR $190R / $285NR $185R / $278NR

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Summer Camps continued Broadway Camp “Mary Poppins”

This exciting Musical Theatre camp will feature your favorite songs from MARY POPPINS. Vocal, acting, and dance lessons will be enhanced by fun theatre games and activities. On the last day of camp, family and friends will be amazed by a performance of hit songs from a medley arranged by Joyce Eilers - Hal Leonard Corporation. This camp is for kids who love to sing, or who would like to try! Please bring a lunch and water bottle. DATES: AGES: LOCATION:

Monday-Friday, July 15-19 Rising 1st-3rd graders Mount Nittany Middle School Auditorium

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

9 AM-3 PM $185R / $278NR 43355

Broadway Camp “School of Rock”

This acting, singing, and dance camp will feature the hit music from the film and Broadway musical, SCHOOL OF ROCK! Daily lessons and rehearsal will be enhanced by fun theatre games and activities. Our hard work will culminate in a performance of a medley by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Glenn Slater/arr. Mark Brymer - Hal Leonard Corporation. This camp is designed for kids who love to perform, and for kids who would like to try it out! Planned in cooperation with Recreational Arts, Inc.

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DATES: AGES: LOCATION:

Monday-Friday, July 15-19 Rising 4th-6th graders Mount Nittany Middle School Auditorium

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

9 AM-3 PM $185R / $278NR 43357

Broadway Camp “Dear Evan Hansen”

This acting, singing, and dance camp will feature the hit music from DEAR EVAN HANSEN! Daily lessons and rehearsal will be enhanced by fun theatre games and activities. Our hard work will culminate in a performance of a medley by Benj Pasek & Justin Paul/arr. Mark Brymer Hal Leonard Corporation. This is a theatre camp for both new and experienced actors and singers. In partnership with Recreational Arts, Inc. DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Monday-Friday, July 15-19 9 AM-3 PM Rising 7th-9th graders $185R / $278NR Mount Nittany Middle School Auditorium 43356

Canoe Camp

Great for first-time boaters or those who wish to strengthen their technique. Campers begin by learning the equipment basics: life jackets, parts of the canoe, and paddle. Campers spend time learning the various kinds of paddle strokes and fundamentals of safe boat handling on flat water, and then venture out to explore local waterways. DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Monday-Friday, July 15-19 9 AM-5 PM 11-16 yrs. $285R / $430NR Millbrook Marsh Nature Center 33146

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Summer Camps continued Fly Fishing Camp

Centre County has some of the best trout streams in the world! Campers learn the lifelong hobby of fly fishing with hands-on instruction from patient, local fly fishers while fishing local ponds and world-renowned streams. Casting, stream reading and stream ethics are just a few of the techniques campers learn throughout the week. Rods and reels are provided for use during camp. Campers should dress for the weather, bring protective eyewear (sunglasses), and pack a snack and water bottle. A swim safety evaluation will be scheduled for all campers prior to the start of camp. DATES: AGES: LOCATION:

Monday-Friday, July 8-12 10-14 yrs. Millbrook Marsh Nature Center

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

8:00 AM-12:00 PM $165R / $250NR 33136

Fly Tying Camp

Become in tune with the stream. Campers will learn the lifelong hobby of fly tying. Conduct a stream study in local waterways. Learn about the macroinvertebrate life cycle and how to follow the hatch. Tie many different types of flies that you can take home. All materials provided. Pack a snack and water bottle. DATES: AGES: LOCATION:

Monday-Friday, July 8-12 10-14 yrs. Millbrook Marsh Nature Center

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

1 PM-5 PM $145R / $220NR 33135

Great for first-time boaters or those who wish to strengthen their technique. Camp begins by learning the equipment basics: life jackets, parts of the kayak, and paddle. Campers develop and practice the various kinds of paddle strokes and fundamentals of safe boat handling on flat water, and then venture out to explore local waterways. Camp #1 DATES: Monday-Friday, July 22-26 TIME: 9 AM-5 PM AGES: 11-16 yrs. FEES: $285R / $430NR LOCATION: Millbrook Marsh Nature Center PROGRAM: 33150

Learn from a local legend in whitewater

Dave Kurtz found canoeing through the Boy Scouts and became expert in kayaking slalom races.

Camp #2 DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Monday-Friday, July 29-August 2 9 AM-5 PM 11-16 yrs. $285R / $430NR Millbrook Marsh Nature Center 33151

SUMMER CAMPS

Kayak Camp

Join Dave for his Outdoor Basic Camp Series

After School Camps: Start April 29, May 1 & 2 5-6 Weeks • 3:30-5 pm or 5:30-7 pm

Spring 3-Day Camps: June 5-7 or June 12-14 • 1-5 pm Summer 5-Day Camp: July 29-Aug. 2 • Full Day All Camps $125 Finish any camp & paddle anytime that year for FREE!After that, $36 annual membership lets you paddle all year.

Call 814-222-0052 for more info and see us on Facebook! Centre Region Parks & Recreation, “Your Recreation Destination!”

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Summer Camps continued Boating Adventures

This camp is for those who are not sure which they like to paddle, or for those who like them all! Try canoeing, kayaking, and paddle boarding to see which you like the best! A swim safety evaluation will be scheduled for all campers prior to the start of camp. Camp #1 DATES: Monday-Friday, June 17-21 TIME: 9 AM-5 PM AGES: 11-16 yrs. FEES: $285R / $430NR LOCATION: Millbrook Marsh Nature Center PROGRAM: 33147 Camp #2 DATES: Monday-Friday, June 24-28 TIME: 9 AM-5 PM AGES: 11-16 yrs. FEES: $285R / $430NR LOCATION: Millbrook Marsh Nature Center PROGRAM: 33148

Knee High Naturalist Camp

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For the young adventurer who is excited about getting hands-on with nature! Come to Millbrook Marsh to discover wonders of the outdoors through leader-led activities, games, songs, and unstructured nature play. Children will explore the marsh and learn about some of the animals and plants that inhabit the wetland ecosystem. Please dress for the weather and plan to get messy! Must be potty trained.

Camp #1 DATES: Monday-Friday, July 15-19 TIME: 9 AM-12 PM AGES: 3-5 yrs. FEES: $145R / $220NR LOCATION: Millbrook Marsh Nature Center PROGRAM: 33177 Camp #2 DATES: Monday-Friday, July 22-26 TIME: 9 AM-12 PM AGES: 3-5 yrs. FEES: $145R / $220NR LOCATION: Millbrook Marsh Nature Center PROGRAM: 33178 Camp #3 DATES: Monday-Friday, July 29-August 2 TIME: 9 AM-12 PM AGES: 3-5 yrs. FEES: $145R / $220NR LOCATION: Millbrook Marsh Nature Center PROGRAM: 33179

Treasure Hunting in the Centre Region Camp Do you like treasure hunts? If the answer is yes, then this camp is for you! Spend the week exploring the Centre Region and discover hidden “treasures” (geocaches) you never knew were there! People place caches in secret places with GPS coordinates and we hunt until we find them. Campers will learn the basics needed for geocaching and about the website to find additional caches in the region, as well as caches all over the county. GPS units provided for use at camp. Led by nature center staff. DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Monday-Friday, July 1-5 No camp on July 4. 8 AM-12 PM 10-14 yrs. $165R / $250NR Millbrook Marsh Nature Center 33161

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Summer Camps continued Outdoor Explorer Camp

For adventurers who wish to explore unique habitats within the Centre Region. During this exciting camp, hikers will discover birds, native plants, and waterways at various recreation areas. Great mini adventures at places you can explore with a daypack. Children should be prepared to hike on the first day and to spend each afternoon exploring different environments. Please dress for the weather. Camps are different, so register for both! Camp #1 DATES: AGES: LOCATION: Camp #2 DATES: AGES: LOCATION:

Monday-Friday, July 1-5 (No camp on July 4.) 10-14 yrs. Millbrook Marsh Nature Center

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

12 PM-5 PM $175R / $262NR 33166

Monday-Friday, July 8-12 10-14 yrs. Millbrook Marsh Nature Center

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

1 PM-5 PM $175R / $262NR 33165

Wonders of Nature Art Camp

DATES: AGES: LOCATION:

Monday-Friday, June 24-28 11-17 yrs. Millbrook Marsh Nature Center

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

9 AM-2 PM $195R / $295NR 33155

Wonderful Wetlands Camp

This action-packed, exciting camp offers nature exploration and hands-on learning mixed with fun games, creative crafts, and recreational activities all while learning about wetlands and the natural world. Children should dress for the weather. DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Monday-Friday, August 5-9 9 AM-5 PM 5-11 yrs. $185R / $277NR Millbrook Marsh Nature Center 33126

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Join local artist Susan Nicholas Gephart to explore the natural world and to connect to the environment through outdoor painting! Young artists will use their senses to discover the wonders nature offers while applying their creativity to sketch and paint their own masterpieces. Campers will have the opportunity to work with different mediums including pencil sketching, watercolor, and pastels, and will leave camp with lifelong skills to continue to create beautiful pieces of art. All skill levels welcome. Teens must be able to work independently and creatively and focus on both guided and free art activities for the five-hour time period. For more information about Susan and her work visit http://www.snicholasart.com/

Youth Yoga Camp

Academy of the Performing Arts Piano, Violin, Guitar, Voice, Musikgarten, Ballet, and More... Directed by Carol Pharo (814) 238-3000 • www.academyperformingarts.com academyperformingarts@gmail.com

This yoga camp will look at lots of fun and playful ways of practicing yoga. This will combine movement with breathing to help kids befriend their bodies while learning various yoga poses and breathing techniques to help develop skills for mindfulness, on and off the yoga mat. Our yoga practice will also include a connection with nature, creative arts and crafts, and fun with various games and activities. Please bring a yoga mat and water bottle. Instructor Hilla Rogel DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Monday-Friday, July 15-19 9 AM-12 PM 10-12 yrs. $155R / $233NR Mount Nittany Middle School, Rm. 112 43353

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Summer Camps continued Bitty Ballet Camp

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Bitty Ballet’s summer camps are designed for 3-6 year olds as a fun introduction to dance. The four-day camp includes our standard bitty ballet class, snack/play time, and creative movement activities. The camp will conclude with a small show for parents. Camp #1 DATES: Monday-Thursday, July 8-11 AGES: 3-6 yrs. LOCATION: Millbrook Marsh Nature Center Camp #2 DATES: Monday-Thursday, July 29-August 1 AGES: 3-6 yrs. LOCATION: State College Municipal Building Community Room

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

10 AM-11:30 AM $80R / $120NR 43239

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

10 AM-11:30 AM $80R / $120NR 43240

Teen Treks Camp

CRPR is opening the doors to adventure for your teen this summer with this camp for kids entering grades 6-8. Teen Treks is an active camp that embarks on three day trips to awesome places in PA. CAMP IS HELD RAIN OR SHINE AND THERE ARE NO REFUNDS! Alternative trips may occur in events of severe weather. Trips will Include: Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark, Hersheypark, and an Altoona Curve Baseball game.

DATES: Monday, Wednesday, & Friday, July 22, 24 & 26 TIME: 8 AM-6 PM AGES: Rising 6th-8th graders FEES: $185R / $278NR LOCATION: Meet at Park Forest Pool Parking Lot PROGRAM: 43231

Students Explore Engineering, Science, & Architecture as they create with LEGO® Bricks & Technical Components! • Action-packed Summer Camps • Fun & Educational STEAM-based Classes • Homeschool & After School Classes • Birthday Parties & Kidz Night Out! • Mini-Camps on in-service days • School Field Trips • Scout Workshops • Junior Builders

Learn more today by calling

(814)574-2211 Find us on social media!

/Bricks4KidzStateCollege PA

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Summer Camps continued Rec On The Go

Centre Region Parks and Recreation will bring fun and games to a park near you this summer as part of its NEW mobile recreation program, Rec On The Go! The program’s goal is to get kids out of the house by providing them with a wide variety of recreation activities at parks near their homes. This low-cost program will take place at neighborhood parks throughout the Centre Region and will be staffed by parks and recreation personnel who will lead activities, create the fun, and help your kids make strong memories over the summer. Kids’ Activities: Activities may include organized field games such as Capture the Flag, Parachute Games, Gaga Ball, table games, sidewalk chalk, and arts and crafts, just to name a few. We’ll even have rainy day activities under the pavilions! It’s fun for all! The program is flexible, so it can serve just a few kids or larger groups. This program is open to children, ages 8-12 yrs., and parents can opt to register for the entire nine weeks (one afternoon/week) or by the week. Entire Summer - Fees are for all nine weeks. AGES: 8-12 yrs. Dates

Parks

Times

Fees

Mondays, June 17-August 12

Woodycrest Park (Patton Township)

43850

Tuesdays, June 18-August 13

Autumnwood Park (Ferguson Township)

43851

Wednesdays, June 19-August 14

Penn Hills Park (College Township)

Thursdays, June 20-August 15

Fasick Park (Harris Township)

Fridays, June 21-August 16

Orchard Park (State College Borough)

1:30 PM-5 PM

Program

$160R / $240NR

43852 43853 43854

Weekly - Fees are for one afternoon per week: $20R / $30NR. Each day runs 1:30 PM-5 PM. AGES: 8-12 yrs. Park/Day Woodycrest Park, Mondays 1:30 PM-5 PM

Autumnwood Park, Tuesdays 1:30 PM-5 PM Penn Hills Park, Wednesdays 1:30 PM-5 PM Fasick Park, Thursdays 1:30 PM-5 PM Orchard Park, Fridays 1:30 PM-5 PM

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Summer Camps continued Leaders in Training (LIT)

The goal of the LIT program is to provide youth entering 8th grade and above, the opportunity to learn the leadership skills necessary to be a leader at camp and in their community. LITs will work with a designated Day Camp Leader each week, as well as their peer group on leadership and age appropriate activities for their designated group of campers. LITs are limited to working with KIDVenture Explorers (entering 1-3 grades).

DATES: Mondays-Fridays, June 19-August 9 TIME: AGES: 13-18 yrs. LOCATION: Weeks

Dates

Fees

Program

Week #1

June 17-21

$45R / $68NR

43202

Week #2

June 24-28

$45R / $68NR

43201

$45R / $68NR

43203

Week #3

SUMMER CAMPS

9 AM-4 PM Park Forest Middle School

July 1-5 (No camp on 7/4)

Week #4

July 8-12

$45R / $68NR

43204

Week #5

July 15-19

$45R / $68NR

43205

Week #6

July 22-26

$45R / $68NR

43206

Week #7

July 29-Aug. 2

$45R / $68NR

43207

Week #8

August 5-9

$45R / $68NR

43208

Trek Thru Tytoona

Spend the day in the underground of Central PA as you explore the Tytoona Cave Nature Preserve Area with an experienced local caver. Prior to the trip, there will be an informational presentation given to ensure your safety and the safety of the cave. Helmets and lights will be provided for use within the cave. As the cave lights up before your eyes, enjoy the coolness of the water that flows through the cavern and learn more about this world of formations that have taken millions of years to form. Inclement Weather Date: July 10 DATES: Wednesday, June 26 (Rain Date: July 10) TIME: 9:30 AM-4:30 PM LOCATION: Meet and pick up at the COG Forum Room AGES: Rising 6th-8th graders FEES: $45R / $68NR PROGRAM: 43232

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Take Aim at Archery Camp

Discover the timeless sport of archery with this hands-on introductory camp. Campers will learn about different types of bows, beginning shooting stances, and archery ranges as well as getting plenty of time to put their new knowledge into practice. All equipment provided. Instructor: Steven Mcaninch. DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Monday-Friday, July 8-12 9 AM - 12 PM Rising 6th-8th graders $85R / $128NR Slab Cabin Park 43254

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All Ages Instructional Classes Cycling Sisterhood Social

If you have recently been inspired to try bike racing, a charity ride or a bike event and you’re new to the sport, this social is for you! Joining a club or team is a great way to learn about the sport, share resources, carpool to events and above all, make friends and have fun! That is what this sport should be about in the first place. Free refreshments and prizes finish out this fantastic evening. Monday, April 29 6 PM-8 PM 16 and over FREE The Bicycle Shop; 441 W. College Ave. 41517 Happy Valley Women’s Cycling Team

Mountain Biking 101

State College is a great place to mountain bike and this is the perfect class for you if you want to learn more about the basics of riding, where to ride, and the Nittany Mountain Biking Association (NMBA). This is an introductory skills clinic that will cover topics to get you riding and enjoying off-road trails. Skills covered will include: braking, bike/body position, cornering, how to navigate common obstacles found on trails, basic bike maintenance/repair and trail etiquette. After the instructional portion of the class there will be an hour long group ride. If you plan on riding, you must bring a mountain bike, a properly fitting helmet and water. DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM: INSTRUCTOR:

Saturday, May 4 10 AM-1 PM 16 and over FREE Haymarket Park Pavilion 43510 Ryan Leech

Biking in the Centre Region 101

Do you want to start biking or feel more confident navigating local routes? Join us and learn more about the Centre Region’s bike paths/routes, PA and local laws, how to pick a bike, and other biking-around-town tips. Get answers to your bike-related questions from regional planning staff and CentreBike members. Attendees will receive a copy of the PA Bicycle Driver’s Manual and an awesome bike pin. Please note: this is a classroom workshop so attendees do not need to bring a bike. Instructor: Trish Meek.

ALL AGES INSTRUCTIONAL CLASSES

DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATOIN: PROGRAM: INSTRUCTOR:

DATES: Thursday, May 16 TIME: 6 PM-7:45 PM AGES: 16 and over FEES: FREE LOCATION: Schlow Centre Region Library, Downsborough Room PROGRAM: 43502

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All Ages Instructional Classes continued E-Bike 101

ALL AGES CLASSES

Are you curious about electric bikes, which are also known as e-bikes or electric-assist bicycles? If yes, please join us for a new, informative class that will provide you basic information about this form of transportation. As part of the class you will get to see the e-bikes, find out about how much they cost, how fast they go, where to ride and what it takes to operate and maintain them. This is an instructional class with no bike ride component. DATES: Thursday, May 9 TIME: 6:30 PM-8 PM AGES: 16 and over FEES: FREE LOCATION: Eddie’s Bicycle & Hockey Equipment, 480 E. College Ave. PROGRAM: 43512 INSTRUCTOR: Eddie Magulick

How to Pick a Bike Class

Shopping for a bike can be an intimidating process, especially if you’re not sure what to buy, where to buy it, or how much it should cost. This session is full of valuable information to help you navigate the bikebuying process. We’ll go over different bike types and their uses, how much you can expect to spend, bike storage tips, and more. You’ll be shopping with confidence before you know it!

DATES: Thursday, May 2 TIME: 6:00 PM-8:00 PM AGESL 16 and over FEES: FREE LOCATION: The Bicycle Shop, 441 W. College Ave. PROGRAM: 43506 INSTRUCTOR: Erik Scott

Adult Learn to Ride

Private lessons are available for adults and children that don't know how to ride a bike or learned a long time ago and want a refresher. It doesn't matter if you're 6 or 80, the instructor will get you rolling in no time. Learn to Ride students learn how to balance, pedal, start, stop, and steer a bike, as well as adjust a helmet for proper fit. Most people learn to ride in one session, but even if you don't you will be equipped with an easy, low-stress way to teach yourself or you can schedule another class. Contact CRPR at 814-231-3071 for more information.

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Youth Sports Youth Flag Football

Instructor: Christopher Milito.

Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Sundays, August 13-October 27

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FEES: $75R / $113NR

5 PM-7 PM

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YOUTH SPORTS

This flag football league is operated by the Centre Region Parks and Recreation for children going into grades 1st-7th, and is open to children at all skill levels with an emphasis on improving skills in a safe, competitive, player-focused environment. The league is committed to providing a positive football experience in a safety-first program through USA Football’s “Heads Up” Football Program. All coaches will be trained in “Heads Up” Football procedures and will be required to complete a Coaching Certification through USA Football. This training includes techniques on how to properly teach football skills with an emphasis on player safety. The league will also have USA Football certified Player Safety Coaches that are trained to ensure that “Heads Up” safety protocols are respected. The league will operate three times per week with games on Sunday afternoons and practices Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Practices will begin in mid-August at Spring Creek Park, then all practices and games will move to Oak Hall Regional Park by Labor Day weekend. Teams will be formed into two or three divisions with all players practicing and playing at the same sites on the same days. The fee includes a jersey to keep.

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Summer Camps July 29 to Aug. 1 Striker Camp — Ages 7 to 14 — 9 to 11:30 am Soccer Shots at Strikers Camp — Ages 3 & 4 — 9am-10 am Ages 5 & 6 — 10:15 am to 11:30 am

Preseason Training Camp — MS/HS players 5:30 to 7:30 pm

Fall programs ages 4-adult start in September.

Start Smart Basketball

Start Smart Basketball, a parent and child participation program, teaches children the basic motor skills necessary to play organized basketball while they work one-on-one and spend quality time together. The program focuses on teaching children and parents skills in dribbling/ball handling, passing, catching, shooting and running/agility without the threat of competition or the fear of getting hurt. Each participant leaves with two mini basketballs to continue practicing at home. DATES: Wednesdays, May 1-29 TIME: 5:45 PM-6:30 PM AGES: 5-7 yrs. FEES: $62R / $94NR LOCATION: Spring Creek Park PROGRAM: 62140

Questions? Email programs@centresoccer.com

CENTRESOCCER.COM

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Youth Sports continued Growing The Game Summer Basketball League

Centre Region Parks and Recreation is excited to partner with Centred Basketball to continue to grow the game of basketball this summer. Centred Basketball will again assist CRPR this coming summer by providing its expertise in the areas of programming, player evaluations, team selections, and coach training. There will also be a Centred Basketball commissioner at the courts to monitor game play and ensure that all involved have a fun and positive experience. LOCATION: Practices will be held at various parks; your coach will tell you where your practice will be. All games will be played at C3 Sports, 200 Ellis Place (off Benner Pike). DATE

TIME

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Current 3rd & 4th Grade Girls (8-11 yrs.)

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Current 5th & 6th Grade Girls (10-12 yrs.)

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Current 3rd & 4th Grade Boys (8-11 yrs.)

63204

Current 5th & 6th Grade Boys (10-12 yrs.)

Tuesdays, June 11-July 30 5:30 PM8:30 PM

YOUTH SPORTS

Wednesdays, June 12-July 31

FEES

$54R / $81NR

L’il Striders - 3-5 Yrs.

Through a grant from Strider Balance Bikes, CRPR is thrilled to offer once again this learn-to-ride class for children ages 3-5 years old. This class teaches kids how to ride on two wheels. The curriculum is built around five 45-minute sessions of learning, fun, socialization, and instruction sure to ignite a passion for riding. Upon completion of the course, children will have the balance and bike handling skills to be on their way to riding on two wheels. Bikes are included for class use.

DATES: Wednesdays, May 1-29 TIME: 5:30 PM-6:15 PM AGES: 3-5 yrs. FEES: LOCATION: Tusseyview Park Basketball Court PROGRAM:

$45R / $68NR 42505

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10 AM-10:45 AM $45R / $68NR 43505

Fridays, June 21-July 19 3-5 yrs. Tusseyview Park Basketball Court

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

L’il Striders - 5-7 Yrs.

Through a grant from Mt. Nittany Medical Center, CRPR is thrilled to offer this learn-to-ride class for children ages 5-7 years old. This class teaches kids how to ride on two wheels. The curriculum is built around five 45-minute sessions of learning, fun, socialization, and instruction sure to ignite a passion for riding. Upon completion of the course, children will have the balance and bike handling skills to be on their way to riding on two wheels. Bikes are included for class use.

DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Tuesdays, June 25-July 23 5:30 PM-6:15 PM 5-7 yrs. $45R / $68NR Tusseyview Park Basketball Court 43506

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Adult Sports and Leagues

Interested team representatives from any of the CRPR leagues or players looking for a team should contact CRPR at 231-3071 or crpr@crcog.net ASAP! Women’s Slow Pitch Softball League Season: May-August Openings are available for teams in the 2019 CRPR Women’s Softball League. For more information, or if you are an individual looking for a team, please contact CRPR or 814-231-3071. League play is scheduled to start in May and run through early August. Games will be played at the Hess Softball Complex. 45 & Over Men’s Slow Pitch Softball League Season: May to mid-August Openings are available for teams in the 45 & Over Softball League at Oak Hall Regional Park. Participants must be at least age 45 yrs. (in 2019) to be eligible to play. League play starts in May and continues through mid-August. Games are played on Thursday evenings.

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ADULT SPORTS & LEAGUES

35 & Over Men’s Slow Pitch Softball League Season: May to mid-August Openings are available for teams in the 2019 35 & Over Softball League at Oak Hall Regional Park. Participants must be at least 35 yrs. (in 2019) to be eligible to play. League play starts in May and continues through midAugust. Games are played on Wednesday evenings.

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Adult Sports and Leagues continued

ADULT SPORTS & LEAGUES

Summer Tennis League

This semi-formal tennis league is designed to provide play for people with busy schedules. You will receive a season schedule, and you will have one week to play each match; this year’s schedule includes additional make-up time to accommodate for vacations and weather cancellations. Matches can be played at any of the tennis courts in the CRPR parks on the day/time that works best for the match players. You will be provided options for reporting scores regularly. Everyone will be matched with someone with similar ability. The regular season will open on June 3 and will end on September 15; there will be a season-ending tournament on Saturday, September 28, starting at 8:30am. Each person that registers will be provided with one can of new tennis balls, which can be picked up at the CRPR office. Balls will be provided for the season-ending tournament as well. Please use your computerized rating through the USTA to choose your playing level; if you are selfrating, please use these guidelines, National Tennis Rating Guidelines, to help you choose the best division. For doubles teams, each member of the team needs to register as an individual. If you don’t have a partner, please use the class named “RI Need A Partner” within your desired division when registering and CRPR will match you if possible. During registration, if you already have a partner, you will indicate your doubles partner’s name.

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FEES

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$10R / $15NR

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$10R / $15NR

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Adult Sports and Leagues continued Learn to Play Pickleball

Try something new in 2019! Pickleball is a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. It is played both indoors and outdoors on a badminton-sized court or with a slightly modified tennis net. Participants use a paddle and a plastic ball with holes and the game can be played as doubles or singles. Join members of the local Pickleball League for basic instruction and lots of fun! Location: Bernel Road Park. DATE

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For those of you new to the area who already know how to play, or for those who want to keep playing after the learn to play class, join the Central PA Pickleballers for some drop-in fun! Here is a list of days, times, and locations for drop-in play! Outdoors: Mondays-Fridays, 7:00-10:00 AM, Intermediate and Advanced Players Saturdays, 8:00-11:00 AM, All Levels Bernel Road Park

Indoors: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 7:00-9:00 AM, All Levels Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 1:00-3:00 PM, All Levels

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:00-9:30 AM and 1:00-3:00 PM, All Levels

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State College YMCA, $5 drop-in fee for Non-Members

2019 IPV Central Summer Volleyball Camp For Girls & Boys from All Areas entering 4th-9th Grades!

June 24-27 • 6-9pm • Cost: $135 Mt. Nittany Middle & Elementary Schools Register before April 30 to get $15 off! Ask about the sibling discount!

Visit iplayvolleyball.net for registration and details. yes.iplayvolleyball@gmail.com • (814) 234-0469

Lead Instructor: Suzanne Horner Professional Volleyball Player & State College Native

I Play Volleyball (IPV) and Relentless Volleyball Club are divisions of Get Active! Inc., 1228 Charles St., State College, PA 16801

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Millbrook Marsh Nature Center Activities

548 Puddintown Road, State College • 814-235-7819 (phone)

NATURE PROGRAMS

The Mission of the Millbrook Marsh Nature Center is to educate and inspire people about the natural world and to instill a passion for the environment through science, history, culture and art.

The facilities at Millbrook Marsh Nature Center are available to rent for parties, family gatherings, events, presentations, weddings, receptions, picnics, meetings, workshops, retreats, and more! For more information and reservations, please contact the Nature Center at (814) 235-7819 or mmnc@crcog.net.

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Millbrook Marsh Nature Center Activities continued MILLBROOK MARSH NATURE CENTER GROUP PROGRAMS • $7 per participant Contact MMNC Staff to book your program! 814-235-7819

Marsh Exploration

Grades 1-12

Wetland Senses

Grades Preschool-K

Why are wetlands so important? What is a watershed? Learn about the importance of wetlands and how they are natural filters. Explore the marsh and understand this important habitat, watersheds, and the area where we live. Participants will explore the marsh, learn about wetlands and their importance, study the stream and its creatures, understand the history of the area, and much more! (Activities may vary based on age.) This program may introduce topics in the following Pennsylvania Department of Education Academic Standards for Environment and Ecology categories: 4.1, 4.5, 4.6, & 4.7. (Wear water boots or shoes!)

Integrated Pest Management

Grades 3-8

This program is designed to introduce students to the concepts of Integrated Pest Management. Students will understand different types of pests and identify different methods to control specific pests. Students will also explore Millbrook Marsh, learn about the marsh as a natural filter, and understand how invasive species impact this precious ecosystem. This program is for 3rd-8th graders. This program may introduce topics in the following Pennsylvania Department of Education Academic Standards for Environment and Ecology categories: 4.1, 4.5, 4.6

Insect Safari

Grades Preschool-5

This program guides children to explore the Marsh on an insect search and offers activities that teach about bug basics, special adaptations, insect eyes, and more about the bug world! (Wear water boots or shoes!)

Beginning Birdwatching

Grades 1-5

Learn about birds and their characteristics while exploring Millbrook Marsh. Also, begin learning the art of birdwatching with our pre-set course, before practicing with live birds! A great way to start out and begin learning about local birds.

Scouting Programs

Participants will complete activities and explorations specifically designed for scout groups that meet all or some of the requirements for a badge, while exploring Millbrook Marsh Nature Center with a naturalist. Leaders can schedule a program just for your troop or gather several troops together. Fees: $7/scout.

My Millbrook Marsh Naturalist (All Ages)

NATURE PROGRAMS

This program encourages children to fully experience the marsh by using their senses while learning and discovering. Four senses (no tasting) will be incorporated into fun, educational activities to get children exploring, touching, viewing, playing games, and more in a hands-on experiential way. This program is designed for Pre-school or Kindergarten groups, but can be adapted to first and second grade. This program may introduce topics in the following Pennsylvania Department of Education Academic Standards for Environment and Ecology categories: 4.1, 4.6

Make your trip to Millbrook Marsh Nature Center memorable and informative. Our Naturalists have countless stories and information to share about the plants, wildlife, and history of the area. These “Walk with a Naturalist” options are available for all ages and are perfect for individuals, families, or small groups. Choose our basic Marsh Exploration program or customize your tour to focus on native plants, animals, wetland ecology, and many more interesting topics. Give us a call and we will help you figure out what hike is best for you. Number of Participants

Fee Per Hour

1-4

$30

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$55 $75

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Millbrook Marsh Nature Center Activities continued Knee High Naturalists (3-6 yrs.)

Bring your child to Millbrook Marsh to explore and learn with a naturalist! These one-hour programs include activities in the field and along the trails; please dress for the weather. A parent or guardian is required to stay for the program. Advance registration required. Fees are $6R / $9NR.

NATURE PROGRAMS

01-KHN: Summer Sun The summer solstice is right around the corner. Join us as we embrace the longest day of the year. Wednesday, June 19, 10:30 AM-11:30 AM, Program #33201 02-KHN: Talented Turtles Did you know that turtles are part of the oldest reptile groups in the world? Come explore the fantastic world of turtles! Wednesday, June 26, 10:30 AM-11:30 AM , Program #33202 03-KHN: Stream Stomp Bring your water shoes and prepare to explore the streams of Millbrook Marsh. Wednesday, July 17, 10:30 AM-11:30 AM, Program #33203 04-KHN: Terrific Tenting End the summer Knee High Naturalist group with a mini camping adventure! Wednesday, July 24, 10:30 PM-11:30 PM, Program #33204

Get the Dirt on Backyard Composting

Learn how to turn your kitchen and yard waste into black gold. Backyard composting is an easy, inexpensive, and natural process that transforms your kitchen and garden waste into a valuable, nutrient-rich food for your garden while keeping these organic wastes out of our landfills. Learn the basics of backyard composting: why it’s important to compost, what to add and not to add, how to maintain a compost pile, and how to use finished compost. Attendees will receive an Earth Machine composter compliments of Centre Region COG’s Refuse and Recycling Program. Led by Centre County Recycling & Refuse Authority and Centre Region Refuse and Recycling Program staff. Advance registration is required, at least one week in advance. DATES: AGES: LOCATION:

Saturday, May 4 18 and over Millbrook Marsh Nature Center

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

1 PM-2 PM $30R / $45NR 32055

DATES: AGES: LOCATION:

Wednesday, May 29 18 and over Millbrook Marsh Nature Center

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

6:30 PM-7:30 PM $30R / $45NR 32056

The Magic of Miniature Fairy Gardening

Whether celebrated or not, fairies have always lived on the edge of our realities and in our garden beds! Bring fairy tales to life in your own backyard while creating lifetime memories. The possibilities for your fairy gardens are limited only by your imagination. Come learn about fairy lore as you make your own fairy garden. All supplies will be provided. DATES: AGES: LOCATION:

Saturday, May 4 All Ages Millbrook Marsh Nature Center

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10:30 AM-12 PM $25R / $37NR 32052

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Millbrook Marsh Nature Center Activities continued Allegria Ensemble Preschool Concert

DATES: TIME: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Saturday, June 15 2 PM-2:45 PM FREE Millbrook Marsh Nature Center 33055

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Jewelry Making with Staci Egan

Learn how to make a Tree of Life pendant with copper or silver whire and natural stones. Easy enough for a beginner, and experienced jewelry makers are welcome too! All supplies, instruction, and tools are provided. Participants must pre-register before April 26th DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: OPTIONS:

Saturday, May 4 3 PM-5 PM 16 and over $30R / $45NR (Copper) $38R / $57NR (Silver) Millbrook Marsh Nature Center Copper Wire - 33002 Silver Wire - 33003

NATURE PROGRAMS

Join us for a lively program of classical music for children on themes of nature. Penn’s Woods Music 4 Kids presents classical music for the next generation performed by the Allegria Trio musicians of the Penn’s Woods Music Festival orchestra. A program of classical music will feature oboe, violin, and cello. The selections will be themed around musical stories and nature and will include instrument demonstrations, audience participation, and time for quesetions. Donations are appreciated and will support Millbrook Marsh Nature Center. Registration not required.

Scout’s Backpacking Day

Attention Navigator, Cub, and Girl Scouts! Join us as we learn about the wonderful world of backpacking! We will discuss how to plan for a safe and adventurous multiple day trip. Please dress for the weather and wear hiking shoes.

DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Saturday, July 20 10 AM-11:30 AM 7-11 yrs. $8R / $12NR Millbrook Marsh Nature Center 33030

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Park Forest Tot Lot Oakwood Park Marjorie Mae Park Woodycrest Park Graysdale Park Green Hollow Park Circleville Park Ambleside Park Bernel Road Park Park Forest Community Pool Graycairn Park Cedar Cliff Park Patton Woods Ghaner Drive Parklet Northbrook Green Carnegie Drive Tot Lot Ridgemont Parklet Gray’s Woods Park

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Millbrook Marsh Nature Center Activities continued Kayaking Excursion on Bald Eagle Creek

Enjoy a leisurely guided paddling trip on the Bald Eagle Creek after meeting at the Millbrook Marsh Nature Center. Kayaks, paddles, PFDs, and transportation to and from the stream are provided. Experience required and participants should come in proper attire. Teens must have completed at least one week of our boating camps. Space is limited so enroll today! Call 235-7819 to register before Friday, August 3rd. Additional details on what to bring will be provided at the time of registration. Rain date: Sunday, August 11th.

NATURE PROGRAMS

DATES: AGES: LOCATION:

Saturday, August 10 12 and over Millbrook Marsh Nature Center

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

9:00 AM-5:00 PM $45R / $67NR 33153

Guided Bird Walks

Start your Saturday off right by exploring Millbrook Marsh to see and hear the birds that are migrating to and through the area. Walks are moderate and led by local bird enthusiasts from the State College Bird Club. Please dress for the weather and bring binoculars. In the case of heavy rain, the walk that morning will be cancelled. Walks are free, donations are appreciated. DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION:

Tuesdays, April 16, 23, 30, and May 7 8 AM-9 AM All Ages FREE Millbrook Marsh Nature Center

Pollinator Garden Work and Learn

Join Danielle Lanagan, Volunteer Garden Coordinator and Millbrook Marsh Naturalist, for our Garden Work and Learn Sessions in our pollinator and shade gardens. Participants will meet at the pollinator garden. Registration is not required; attend as many as you would like. In the event of inclement weather the session will be cancelled. To be added to the garden email list for updates and cancellations please call (814) 235-7819. DATES: Mondays, April 22-October 21 TIME: 5:30 PM-7 PM FEES: FREE LOCATION: Millbrook Marsh Nature Center All dates: Monday, April 22nd Monday, May 6th Monday, May 20th Monday, June 3rd Monday, June 17th Monday, July 1st Monday, July 15th Monday, August 5th Monday, August 19th Monday, September 16th Monday, October 7th Monday, October 21st

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Special Events

PITCH, HIT & RUN LOCAL COMPETITION SUNDAY, MAY 5 • 3:30 PM REGISTRATION • 4:00 PM EVENT BEGINS OAK HALL REGIONAL PARK It’s time for our traditional Spring competition! Scotts’ and MLB’s “Pitch, Hit & Run” is a FREE, national program that offers boys and girls, 7-14 yrs., the chance to showcase their baseball and softball abilities, and it is the official skills competition of Major League Baseball. Boys and girls compete together in four different age groups: 7-8 yrs., 9-10 yrs., 11-12 yrs., and 13-14 yrs. Age is determined as of July 16, 2019, and a birth certificate is required for age verification. Youth can advance through four levels including Locals, Sectionals, Team Championships, and the National Finals during MLB All-Star Week.

15th Annual Touch A Truck Expo

Bring out the kids for an exciting afternoon of big trucks, dump trucks, fire trucks and many more! Climb, touch and investigate! This is a hands-on experience for the entire family! Generously sponsored by Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc. **The first hour will be sensory friendly with no horn honking**

DATE: Saturday, June 15 TIME: 1 PM-4 PM AGES: All Ages Welcome! FEES: FREE! LOCATION: Mt. Nittany Elementary School Bus Turn Around

Community Bike-In Movie Night

Gather your family and friends and join others in the community in Sidney Friedman Park for a FREE showing of "A Wrinkle in Time" (PG) on our Inflatable Outdoor Movie Screen. A wonderful way to enjoy an early summer evening. Bring a blanket, pack a picnic, and enjoy a family movie. Popcorn available for donation. In partnership with the State College Borough, CentreBike, the Downtown Improvement District, and the State College Community Diversity Group. DATES: Friday, June 7 TIME: 8:30 PM

Bike Decorating for the Kids on Wheels Parade

Please join CRPR staff to decorate your bike for the Kids on Wheels Parade, held the following day! Streamers and tape are supplied; you bring the creativity! Registration is not necessary, but helps CRPR have enough supplies on hand! DATE: Wednesday, July 3 TIME: 7:00 PM-8:00 PM AGES: ALL AGES FEES: FREE LOCATION: Lower pavilion, Holmes Foster Pk.

SPECIAL EVENTS

For more info., contact CRPR at 231-3071. See you on May 5!

Annual CRPR Kids on Wheels Parade

Hey kids, show your patriotism and be part of the FREE Annual CRPR Kids on Wheels Parade on July 4. Decorate your bike, scooter, stroller, or wagon and meet us at the corner of Locust Lane and Foster Ave at 9:30 AM. The parade starts at 10 AM and ends at Friedman Parklet where we celebrate our nation’s birthday with some watermelon and parachute games. A fantastic way to start off the holiday!

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Special Events continued Welch Pool Cardboard Regatta

Build your own boat, and race it at Welch! Boats must be made from cardboard, paperboard, and duct tape ONLY (colored duct tape is OK for decoration). Boats may be a maximum of 7’ long and 4’ wide. Paddles/ propulsion must also be homemade using same materials or use your hands/feet. Race course will be one length of the pool or 25 yards. Racers will be divided by division/category and may be separated into heats, depending on entries. NEW CATEGORY THIS YEAR: Mini Boats! Build a mini boat and race it in the current channel (just boats in the water, no swimmers)! Boat construction is the same as the larger boats. Mini boats may be a maximum of 1’ long and 6” wide. Race course will be one length of the current channel. Racers may be separated into heats, depending on entries.

SPECIAL EVENTS

AWARDS: 1st place in each division for the fastest boat, best overall boat design, best overall costumes, and “The Titanic Award” for the most spectacular sinking! We will host pre-judging at 4 PM (all entries must be present) the races begin at 4:30 PM. Awards to follow final heat. Costumes must be pool/swimmer safe. The Leisure Pool will remain open for swimming during the event. Lifeguards will be on duty. Deadline to register all boats: Friday, July 5 at 8 AM. DATE: Sunday, July 7 FEES: $10/ full-size boat $5/mini boat

4 PM-6:30 PM Welch Swimming Pool

Boat Size

6-10 yrs.

11+

Double Boat (2 people)

15204

15205

Single Boat (1 person)

15201

15202

Boat Size

2-8 yrs.

Mini Boat

15209

Romantic Moonlight Walk

Wrap up your special evening with the one you love at the Millbrook Marsh Nature Center! Stroll hand-in-hand on the candlelit boardwalk, stop under the kissing tree, make a wish at the wishing well, and dance in the barn! Couples are greeted by staff and enjoy the walk at their own pace. This event is not appropriate for children and will be cancelled in inclement weather, including high winds. No registration is required. DATE: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION:

TIME: LOCATION:

Saturday, June 15 9 PM-10:30 PM 18 and over $10/couple suggested donation Millbrook Marsh Nature Center

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CRPR at Central PA Arts Fest Kids Day

Join the CRPR KIDVenture Camp staff at the Central PA Festival of the Arts Kids Day to create a unique craft. The staff will be under a tent in Sidney Friedman Park and are excited to have you and your friends stop by. There is no charge to create the craft and all the supplies will be provided. Make sure to stop by and say hi! DATES: TIME: FEES: LOCATION:

Wednesday, July 10 10 AM-3 PM FREE Sidney Friedman Park

Register online at www.crpr.org


Special Events continued Pedal, Splash & Dash Youth Triathlon

This annual event is open to youth ages, 6-13 yrs., with varying distances! Swimming will take place at Welch Pool; the bike portion will use the bike path from Welch Pool to Blue Course Drive, and the run will be held on the SCAHS field above the pool. Participants must be equipped with appropriate swim wear, their own bicycle and helmet, and running shoes or sneakers. Parents/guardians should be present to assist their children with event transitions. Event will be held rain or shine; cancellation with full refund only in the event of thunder/lightning. Participants who register prior to Wednesday, July 17 will receive an event T-shirt!

DATES: FEES:

Saturday, July 21 $10/participant in advance. $20/participant on event day.

AGES: LOCATION:

6-13 yrs. Welch Community Pool

Central PA Observers will hold several stargazing events this summer. Events are listed on CRPR’s Facebook Page with times and other details! May 10, June 7, August 2, September 6 at Tudek Park; October 4 at Oak Hall Regional Park. FREE and open to all ages!

Rec On The Go Family Game Nights

Remember Kick The Can, Box Hockey, or SPUD? Well, this summer, CRPR’s Rec On The Go staff are bringing those family games and many others to a park near you! These FREE Family Game Nights are part of the new Rec On The Go programs and are open to kids of all ages! Mark your calendars for an evening of fun and games at a park near you! TIME: DATES:

6:30-8:30 PM All Wednesdays

June 26: July 3: July 10: July 17: July 24: July 31: August 7: August 14:

Green Hollow Park Holmes-Foster Park Blue Spring Park Greenbriar-Saybrook Park Spring Creek Park Graysdale Park Haymarket Park Tusseyview Park

SPECIAL EVENTS

The events break-down as follows: •Ages 12-13: event includes a 200-yard swim, a 4-mile bike, and 1-mile run. Start: 8:00 AM. •Ages 9-11: event includes a 100-yard swim, 2-mile bike, and a 1/2-mile run. Starts: 8:45 AM (Age 11), 9:15 AM (Age 10), and 9:45 AM (Age 9) •Ages 6-8: event includes a 50-yard swim, a 1-mile bike, and a 1/4 mile run. Starts: 10:15 AM (Age 8), 10:30 AM (Age 7), and 10:45 AM (Age 6).

NEW!

If you’re not sure where all of these parks are, please visit our website and use our “Find Your Park” option!

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Aquatics

PARK FOREST COMMUNITY POOL and WILLIAM L. WELCH COMMUNITY POOL 2019 Pool Schedules • Saturday, May 25 through Monday, September 2 Pool Pass Photo Day - Saturday, May 18, 2:00 PM-4:00 PM Both pool offices will be open for season pass purchases and photos. No swimming that day!

Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays: School Weekdays*:

Adult Fitness Swim / Toddler Time, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM General Swim, 12:00 PM-8:00 PM Adult Fitness Swim, 7:00 PM-8:00 PM General Swim, 4:00 PM-7:00 PM (All cash admissions only $5 each!)

*Weeks of May 28-31, June 3-7, June 10-12, and August 26-30. The school weekday schedule may change pending the SCASD calendar.

AQUATICS

Weekdays (starting Thursday,, June 13 weather permitting): Pool Schedule Notes: 1. Daytime Adult Fitness Swims: 10 AM-12 PM on weekends/holidays and 12 PM-1 PM on weekdays). •Open for ages 16+. Regular admission rates apply. All waterslides are closed. •Fitness equipment may be available (kickboards, float belts, float bars etc.). 2. Toddler Time: •Open for ages 3 & under (swim diaper required) with an in-water adult in direct supervision at all times. •Regular admission rates apply (toddler & adult) •Welch facilities available: the sprayground and the shallow section of the leisure pool •Park Forest facilities available: the tot pool & sprayground 3. Hours are weather-permitting. •In addition, pools will close for swim meets or other special events as scheduled.

Season Passes are durable, reusable cards with a

photo and a bar code; recharge your card each year by renewing your pass! There is a $5 fee for new and replacement cards; no charge for exchanging an unreadable card. Season Pass holders must present their Pass to gain admission. Passes may only be used in lieu of daily admission fees and provides no guarantee of pool availability or access.

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Adult Fitness Swim / Toddler Time, 12:00 PM-1:00 PM General Swim, 1:00 PM-8:00 PM Adult Fitness Swim, 7:00 PM-8:00 PM

2019 Admissions and Season Pass Fees RESIDENT FEES Residents must reside in State College Borough or in the Township of College, Harris, Ferguson, or Patton. Proof of residence may be required.

Age 2 and under* 3-10 and 65+ 11-64 After 5:00 PM

Daily Admission Free $8 $10 $5 (Ages 3+)

Season Passes ** Free $75 $105

• Non-swimming Adults: $2 (Not attired in swimwear and not entering the water.) • 5th+ family member passes are available for $40/person • Resident passes purchased through April 30 are eligible for a $10 discount on each pass. NON-RESIDENT FEES

Age 2 and under* 3-10 and 65+ 11-64 After 5:00 PM

Daily Admission Free $10 $12 $7 (Ages 3+)

Season Passes ** Free $113 $158

• Non-swimming Adults: $2 (Not attired in swimwear and not entering the water.) • 5th+ family member passes are available for $60/person

Important Notes * Each toddler must wear a swim diaper and be accompanied by an in-water chaperone. **Each season pass requires a Photo Card with a $5 fee for new and replacement cards. Cards may be re-used from year to year. Cards that are unreadable, excessively worn, or with an outdated photo may be exchanged for a new card free of charge. • Children ages 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult ages 16+. • Ages listed apply as of the date of purchase. • No refunds, credits, or transfers. If the pool is closed in excess of 30 min. during a visit, cash admission patrons are eligible for a “$5 Off Your Next Visit Coupon.” These coupons are not available for season pass holders or group admissions, expire at the end of the current season, and are not issued on reduced-price days.

Register online at www.crpr.org


Aquatics continued CRPR Aquatic Program Policies

Classes fill quickly; registration for sequential classes cannot be guaranteed. • Please note that make-up sessions for all youth aquatic classes that are cancelled will be scheduled at the same time on the Friday following the cancelled class. • Classes are held as scheduled except during electrical storms and facility closings. • Only lesson participants are permitted on the pool deck areas. Parents and guests must remain in the designated waiting area.

Swim Lessons One-On-One at Park Forest Pool

Individualized instruction for youth ages 5-14 yrs. who need extra feedback and personalized attention from our outstanding instructors. Four 30-minute lessons per program with the individual attention to help a youngster become a better swimmer faster. All lessons will be held at the Park Forest Pool. PROGRAM 13311

Monday-Thursday, June 24-27

13312

Monday-Friday, July 1-5 (no lessons on July 4)

13313

Monday-Thursday, July 8-11

13314

Monday-Thursday, July 15-18

13315

Monday-Thursday, July 22-25

13316

TIME

11:30 AM-12 PM

AGES / FEES

5-14 yrs. $80R / $120NR

Swim Lessons One-On-One at Welch Pool

Individualized instruction for youth ages 5-14 yrs. who need extra feedback and personalized attention from our outstanding instructors. Four 30-minute lessons per program with the individual attention to help a youngster become a better swimmer faster. All lessons will be held at the Welch Pool. DATE

PROGRAM

Monday-Thursday, June 17-20

13361

Monday-Thursday, June 24-27

13362

Monday-Friday, July 1-5 (no lessons on July 4)

13363

Monday-Thursday, July 8-11

13364

Monday-Thursday, July 15-18

13365

Monday-Thursday, July 22-25

13366

TIME

11:30 AM-12 PM

AGES / FEES

AQUATICS

DATE Monday-Thursday, June 17-20

5-14 yrs. $80R / $120NR

Swimming Lessons Big Fish/Little Fish

For Parents and their Kids! An instructor will guide the parents on how to teach their own children to swim. Parents and kids will be in the water together as the instructor covers the basics of floating, kicking, and swimming on the front and back. The course will also cover basic water safety skills. DATE

TIME

PROGRAM

LOCATION

AGES / FEES

Saturdays, June 15-July 20

9:00 AM-9:45 AM

13291

Welch Pool

4-11 yrs. $68R / $102 NR

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Aquatics continued Swimming Lessons Preschool

Designed for the child to develop a comfort level in the water as well as a readiness for learning how to swim. Children receive an introduction to basic swimming and water safety skills. DATE Mondays-Thursdays, June 17-27 Mondays-Thursdays, July 1-11 (Wk. 1, Mon.-Fri.; no lessons July 4) Mondays-Thursdays, July 15-25 Mondays-Thursdays, June 17-27 Mondays-Thursdays, July 1-11 (Wk. 1, Mon.-Fri.; no lessons July 4) Mondays-Thursdays, July 15-25

PROGRAM 13001

LOCATION

13002

Park Forest Pool

13003 13101 13102

TIME

10:10 AM-10:40 AM

AGES / FEES

3-5 yrs. $65R / $98NR

Welch Pool

13103

AQUATICS

Swimming Lessons Level 1

Designed for children beginning swim lessons. At completion, children are able to submerge face, float, and kick with support, demonstrate a combined stroke on front and on back, and demonstrate very basic water safety skills. DATE Mondays-Thursdays, June 17-27 Mondays-Thursdays, July 1-11 (Wk. 1, Mon.-Fri.; no lessons July 4) Mondays-Thursdays, July 15-25 Mondays-Thursdays, June 17-27 Mondays-Thursdays, July 1-11 (Wk. 1, Mon.-Fri.; no lessons July 4)

PROGRAM 13011

LOCATION

13012

Park Forest Pool

Mondays-Thursdays, July 15-25

13113

13013 13111 13112

TIME

AGES / FEES

4-14 yrs. 10:45 AM-11:25 AM

$65R / $98NR

Welch Pool

Swimming Lessons Level 2

Prerequisite: Preschool or Level 1 with no fear of the water. At completion, children are able to submerge and retrieve objects, do afront float and glide, back float and glide, bob 10 times, demonstrate 3 yards of front and back crawl, and demonstrate basic water safety skills. DATE Mondays-Thursdays, June 17-27 Mondays-Thursdays, July 1-11 (Wk. 1, Mon.-Fri.; no lessons July 4) Mondays-Thursdays, July 15-25 Mondays-Thursdays, June 17-27 Mondays-Thursdays, July 1-11 (Wk. 1, Mon.-Fri. no lessons July 4) Mondays-Thursdays, July 15-25

PROGRAM 13021

LOCATION

13022

Park Forest Pool

13023 13121 13122

TIME

10 AM-10:40AM

AGES / FEES

5-14 yrs. $65R / $98NR

Welch Pool

13123

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Aquatics continued Swimming Lessons Level 3

Prerequisite: Level 2 or equivalent. At completion, children are able to bob 15 times, jump into deep water, dive from a kneeling position, demonstrate 10 yards of front and back crawl stroke, demonstrate elementary backstroke kick, and demonstrate basic water safety skills. DATE Mondays-Thursdays, June 17-27 Mondays-Thursdays, July 1-11 (Wk. 1, Mon.-Fri.; no lessons July 4) Mondays-Thursdays, July 15-25 Mondays-Thursdays, June 17-27 Mondays-Thursdays, July 1-11 (Wk. 1, Mon.-Fri.; no lessons July 4) Mondays-Thursdays, July 15-25

PROGRAM 13031

LOCATION

13032

Park Forest Pool

13033 13131 13132

TIME

10:45 AM-11:25 AM

AGES / FEES

5-14 yrs. $65R / $98NR

Welch Pool

13133

Swimming Lessons Level 4

DATE Mondays-Thursdays, June 17-27 Mondays-Thursdays, July 1-11 (Wk. 1, Mon.-Fri.; no lessons July 4) Mondays-Thursdays, July 15-25 Mondays-Thursdays, June 17-27 Mondays-Thursdays, July 1-11 (Wk. 1, Mon.-Fri.; no lessons July 4 Mondays-Thursdays, July 15-25

PROGRAM 13041

LOCATION

13042

Park Forest Pool

13043 13141 13142

TIME

10 AM-10:40 AM

AGES / FEES

5-14 yrs. $65R / $98NR

Welch Pool

13143

AQUATICS

Prerequisite: Level 3 or equivalent. At completion, children are able to do a standing front dive, elementary backstroke, 25 yards of front and back crawl, breaststroke and sidestroke kicks, tread water, and water safety skills.

Swimming Lessons Level 5

Prerequisite: Level 4 or equivalent. At completion, children are able to do 50 yards of front and back crawl, 10 yards of breaststroke and sidestroke, 25 yards of elementary backstroke, butterfly kick, turns, swimming under water, and water safety skills. DATE Mondays-Thursdays, June 17-27 Mondays-Thursdays, July 1-11 (Wk. 1, Mon.-Fri.; no lessons July 4) Mondays-Thursdays, July 15-25 Mondays-Thursdays, June 17-27 Mondays-Thursdays, July 1-11 (Wk. 1, Mon.-Fri.; no lessons July 4) Mondays-Thursdays, July 15-25

PROGRAM 13051

LOCATION

13052

Park Forest Pool

13053 13151 13152

TIME

10:45 AM-11:25 AM

AGES / FEES

5-14 yrs. $65R / $98NR

Welch Pool

13153

For instruction beyond Level 5, CRPR invites you to consider the competitive swim teams at Welch and Park Forest Pools – see page 35. For other options or more information, contact CRPR Aquatics at pools@crpr.org.

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Aquatics continued Discover SCUBA Drop-In Class

Have you ever wanted to try SCUBA? Here’s your chance! There is nothing like breathing underwater for the very first time. The class will include instruction on safety, equipment selection and use, and time to experiment and play with underwater games and exploration. Try it out! Stop by anytime between 8:00 and 9:30 AM for a half-hour time slot! DATE: Saturday, June 1 TIME: 8 AM-10 AM AGES: 12 and over FEES: FREE LOCATION: Welch Pool PROGRAM: 15003

SCUBA

AQUATICS

This course will teach participants the skills necessary to become open water certified SCUBA divers. The course will consist of six classes at Welch Pool. Note that four additional open water (non pool) dives are required for certification. Additional information on certification dives will be provided during the class. See the medical waiver - if any conditions apply, students must be cleared by a physician before participating in the class. CRPR is pleased to partner with Sunken Treasure SCUBA Center to provide SCUBA opportunities in the Centre Region! Visit www.DiveStsc. com for more information. Note: Participants must supply their own mask, fins, and snorkel before the 3rd class. More information and the opportunity to purchase equipment will be available on the first day of class. Items may cost up to an additional $200-$300. A medical waiver is required prior to participation. DATES: AGES: LOCATION:

Mondays & Wednesdays, June 10-26 12 and over Welch Pool

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

6 PM-9 PM $240R / $360 NR 13410

Discover Snorkeling

Have you ever wanted to try Snorkeling? Here’s your chance! Snorkeling is a great way to explore shallow water and reefs - learn how in this comfortable and safe environment. The class will include instruction on safety, equipment selection and use, and time to experiment and play. Equipment will be provided - but feel free to bring your own! DATES: Saturday, June 22 TIME: 8:00 AM-10:00 AM AGES: 12 and over FEES: $10 LOCATION: Welch Pool PROGRAM: 15004 DATES: Saturday, June 29 TIME: 8:00 AM-10:00 AM AGES: 12 and over FEES: $10 LOCATION: Welch Pool PROGRAM: 15005

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Aquatics continued Summer Swim Team

This competitive program, for ages 5-18, is offered at Welch and Park Forest Community Pools, Monday-Friday, June 11-August 1. Summer Swim Team teaches teamwork, cooperation, and healthy competition. Both teams are members of the Central Pennsylvania Swim League (CPSL), which holds meets on weekday evenings. Swimmers must participate in two swim meets to be eligible to compete in the CPSL championship meet. Swimmers MUST be registered before they participate in any practices or meets.

Swim Team Information DATE

TIME

AGES

Mondays-Fridays, June 11-August 1

9 AM-9:45 AM 8 AM-9 AM 8 AM-9 AM 6:45 AM-8 AM

5-8 yrs. 9-10 yrs. 11-12 yrs. 13-18 yrs.

PARK FOREST BULLFROGS 13301 13302 13303 13304

WELCH SHARKS 13351 13352 13353 13354

FEES

$95R / $143NR

SUMMER SWIM TEAM PARTICIPANTS MUST BE ABLE TO SWIM AT LEAST ONE LENGTH OF THE POOL. THIS IS NOT A LEARN-TO-SWIM PROGRAM.

Pre-season Meetings: Learn important team info, ask questions meet coaches, and try on apparel! • Welch Swim Team Meeting: Sunday, May 19, 1:30-4 PM State College High School Cafeteria, Westerly Parkway • Park Forest Team Meeting: TBA. Watch the CRPR website for updates!

AQUATICS

In order to score points at meets, swimmers must be registered by June 30, 2019. Registration is based on age as of June 1, 2019. Swimmers MUST be registered before they may participate in practices or meets.

Pre-season Practice: SATURDAYS, JUNE 1 & JUNE 8. A great opportunity for the coaches to get to know the kids and review fundamentals! •Ages 11 & Over: 8-9 AM •Ages 10 & Under: 9-10 AM

2019 Summer Swim Meet Schedule

(All meets begin at 6 PM with 5 PM warm-up times, unless noted.)

MEET #

DATE

MEET #1

MEET #2

1

Thursday, June 20

Welch at Lewistown

SPRA at Park Forest

2

Thursday, June 27

Penns Valley & Lewistown at SPRA

Park Forest at Welch

3

Tuesday, July 2

Penns Valley & Lewistown at Park Forest

Welch at SPRA

4

Thursday, July 11

SPRA & Lewistown at Penns Valley

Welch at Park Forest

5

Thursday, July 18

PF & Lewistown at Penns Valley

SPRA at Welch

Saturday, July 20 6

Thursday, July 25

Day of Joy Relay Meet at Park Forest, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM Penns Valley & Lewistown at Welch

Park Forest at SPRA

Tuesday, July 30

Championships 11+ at Penns Valley

Thursday, August 1

Championships 10 & Under at Park Forest

Note: When Welch or Park Forest host a HOME meet, that pool will close at 4:45 PM for the day. The schedule is subject to change pending weather or program changes.

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Active Adult Center The Active Adult Center staff are excited to welcome you to our Center inside the Nittany Mall! With a wide variety of activities for active adults, ages 55+, it is the perfect place for your recreation, education, and social needs! A print and online calendar of events are available to keep participants informed of exciting Center happenings! Stop by, say hello, and check out our latest opportunities!

ACTIVE ADULTS

Meals are served at 11:30 AM, Monday through Friday. To reserve a meal, call by 10:00 AM the day before you plan to visit. In addition, Centre County Van Transportation to the Center is available. For more information on these and other Center services, please call the Centre Region Active Adult Center at 231-3076 or visit www.crpr.org and click on Active Adult Center.

Nittany Mall, Suite #990, 2901 E. College Ave, State College Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM-4:30 PM (814) 231-3076

Active Adult Center Trips County Senior Picnic

Enjoy this county-wide picnic for all Senior Centers. Transportation is available within Centre Region. Call your Center to register and for more details! DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Friday, August 2 10 AM-1:30 PM 55 and over $6 County Resident Bald Eagle State Park, Pavilion #3 53989

Picnic at the Winery

Come and enjoy a lovely picnic, games, and wine tasting at the Brookmere Winery & Vineyard Inn. It is a stately 1866 Federalist mansion Bed & Breakfast within a scenic vineyard setting. Visit with old friends and meet new ones. DATES: Thursday, June 27 TIME: 11 AM-1:30 PM AGES: 55 and over FEES: $12 County Resident / $18 Non-County Resident LOCATION: Brookmere Winery & Vineyard PROGRAM: 53717

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Summer Soiree at Millbrook Marsh

Millbrook Marsh Nature Center is the perfect place to enjoy music, snacks, while dancing the afternoon away! Rain or shine, please join us to listen to the GREAT sounds of the Second Winds Band. Adult beverages available for sale.

NEW!

DATES: Thursday, June 13 TIME: 2 PM-5 PM AGES: 55 and over FEES: $5 County Resident / $7 Non-County Resident LOCATION: Millbrook Marsh Nature Center PROGRAM: 53691

Register online at www.crpr.org


Active Adult Center Programs and Activities Adult Children of Aging Parents (ACAP)

Come and join ACAP on the second Tuesday of each month for free, educational programs. It is “an organization that supports adult child caregivers through education, resources and support, helping caregivers to better care for themselves and their aging parents.”

DATES: Tuesdays, May 14-August 13 TIME: 5:30 PM-7 PM AGES: 55 and over FEES: FREE LOCATION: Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall PROGRAM: 52779

Baked Potato Day

Come and enjoy a baked potato bar with all the fixings. Monday, April 29 11:30 AM-12:30 PM 55 and over $5 County Resident Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 53997

Beginning Bridge Lessons

Learn how to bid and play social bridge, or if you have played before, brush up your game. DATE: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Thursdays, May 2-August 29 10:30 AM-12:00 PM 55 and over FREE Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 52421

Intermediate Bridge Lessons

Learn the basics of contact Bridge or brush-up on your bidding and playing skills. No experience needed! . DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Mondays, May 6-August 26 10:30 AM-12 PM 55 and over FREE Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 52424

Social Bridge

Enjoy a friendly game of Bridge. All levels of play are welcome. Bridge’s popularity has waxed and waned in the decades since its creation, but remains one of the most popular four-player card games in the world. DATE: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Thursdays, May 32-August 29 12 PM-2:30 PM 55 and over $10 County Resident / $15 Non-County Resident Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 52423

Learn basic skills to prepare you to get back on your bike and feel comfortable. This introductory classroom course covers nutrition, the history of bikes, basic rules of the road, and best practices to be safe and comfortable on the road and trail. Also, a discussion of strategies to overcome potential barriers to riding for seniors is included. This is a classroom session; no bike needed. DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM: INSTRUCTOR:

Wednesday, June 19 2 PM-3 PM 55 and over FREE Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 43515 Jim Serene

Birthday Celebration

Come and join birthday celebrations with Harmony Personal Care staff. They will come in the second Tuesday of each month and help us celebrate all the birthdays that occurred that month. Cake and lots of fun will be provided.

ACTIVE ADULTS

DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Biking for Boomers

DATES: Tuesdays, May 14-August 13 TIME: 10:30 AM-11:30 AM AGES: 55 and over FEES: FREE LOCATION: Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall PROGRAM: 52801

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Active Adult Center Programs and Activities continued

ACTIVE ADULTS

Canasta

If you’ve never played Canasta, you truly don’t know what you’re missing! A cousin of Gin Rummy, Canasta has been played for over 75 years and is both fun and challenging! If you are interested in learning to play or need to brush-up on your skills, stop in and join us. DATE: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Tuesdays, May 14-August 27 1 PM-4:30 PM 55 and over FREE Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 52559

Blood Pressure Screening

Because high blood pressure usually comes with no symptoms, it is one of the most important screenings you can get! Stop in on the third Wednesday of each month and receive a FREE blood pressure screening along with a short presentation on health and wellness, presented by Omni Home Care. TIME: LOCATION:

10:15 AM-11:15 AM Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall

Hand & Foot Canasta

“Hand and Foot” is a modern version of the popular game of Canasta, but with a lot of new twists! Each player has two hands to play. It’s a very competitive, fast-paced game and will give all players a serious challenge. If you are just learning the game or you’re a skilled player, you will have fun! DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Fridays, May 3-August 30 1 PM-4 PM 55 and over FREE Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 53110

Penny Poker

Bring your pennies and bet on the value in your hand. You may not make a lot of money, but you are guaranteed to have a good time! DATE: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Mondays, May 6-August 26 9:30 AM-11:30 AM 55 and over FREE Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 53561

TRIAD

Come and join TRIAD the second Thursday of the month for a FREE educational presentation. TRIAD is “a partnership among the sheriff, senior citizens, and law enforcement agencies in the county. TRIAD’s purpose is to reduce the criminal victimization of the elderly and enhance the quality of life for older community members through education, advocacy, and action.” TIME: LOCATION:

10 AM-11 AM Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall

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Active Adult Center Programs and Activities continued Genealogy Club

Curious about your family history? Come share family history, your researching experiences, and join an interactive discussion on your record searches. Occasional trips to related libraries and repositories of records will be scheduled. Join us on the third Wednesday of the month in the Community Room at the Nittany Mall. DATES: Wednesdays, May 15-July 17 TIME: 1 PM-2:30 PM AGES: 55 and over FEES: $5 County Resident / $7 Non-County Resident LOCATION: Community Room at the Nittany Mall PROGRAM: 52721

Open Artist Studio

Crafts & Coffee

Share your knowledge and talents with others who enjoy painting and creating. Please bring your own supplies.

Ceramics with Centre Crest

Book Discussion Group

DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

May 15: “Prisoner in the Castle” by Susan Elia Macneal June 19: “Before and Again” by Barbara Delinsk July 17: “Crime Scene” by Jonathan Kellerman August 21: “Cottage by the Sea” by Debbie Macomber

DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Fridays, May 3-August 23 10 AM-11:30 AM 55 and over FREE Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 52556

Come and join a fun ceramic class offered by Centre Crest the first Wednesday of each month. Enjoy a morning of painting and socializing with old and new friends. Coffee and snacks are always available. This class is free but you must pre-register so materials are available.

DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

ACTIVE ADULTS

Want to learn a craft or share your talent with others? Join us for a morning of knitting, crocheting, scrap-booking, and more! Bring your ideas and enthusiasm. No experience needed!

Thursdays, May 2-August 29 12:30 PM-3:30 PM 55 and over $10 County Resident / $15 Non-County Resident Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 52507

Join an Adult Services Librarian from Schlow Centre Region Library for informational and entertaining discussions during our monthly Book Discussion Group. Discuss various plots, the exciting characters, worldwide settings, and more! The book line-up includes:

Wednesdays, May 1-August 7 10 AM-11:30 AM 55 and over FREE Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 52800

NEW!

DATES: Wednesdays, May 15-August 21 TIME: 12:15 PM-1:15 PM AGES: 55 and over FEES: FREE LOCATION: Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall PROGRAM: 52741

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Active Adult Center Programs and Activities continued Learn Mah Jongg

Learn Mah Jongg in six short weeks with Molly Heller. Games and cards are provided. DATE: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Wednesdays, June 12-July 17 1 PM-3 PM 55 and over $10 County Resident / $15 Non-County Resident Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 53751

ACTIVE ADULTS

Mah Jongg

Come and play Mah Jongg, the ancient Chinese game played with tiles. Four people to a table; the game is similar to the card game of rummy. DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Mons. & Weds., May 6-August 28 1 PM-4 PM 55 and over FREE Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 52752

Learn Mah Jongg 2

Learn to play Mah Jongg the ancient Chinese game played with tiles in six short weeks with Molly Heller. Four people to a table; the game is similar to the card game of rummy. DATE: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Wednesdays, August 7-September 11 1 PM-3 PM 55 and over $10 County Resident / $15 Non-County Resident Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 53752

Pinochle

Come and join us in a game of Pinochle . “It is a trick-taking card game typically for two to four players and played with a 48-card deck. It is derived from the card game bezique; players score points by trick-taking and also by forming combinations of cards into melds.�

DATE: Tuesdays, April 30-August 27 TIME: 9 AM-11 AM AGES: 55 and over FEES: FREE LOCATION: Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall PROGRAM: 53333

Active Adult Center Health and Fitness Classes Healthy Steps In Motion

Exercise helps to keep you energized and strong! Healthy Steps is a comprehensive, evidence-based, fall-prevention program for adults ages 50 and over. This free, lowimpact program works on improving balance, flexibility, strength, and reduces the risk of falling. The class starts with a warm-up, followed by strength and balance exercises, and ends with a cool down-stretch. Omit: May 26, May 29, and July 3. DATES: Mondays and Fridays, May 6-August 30 TIME: 9:45 AM-10:30 AM AGES: 55 and over FEES: FREE LOCATION Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall PROGRAM: 52365

Progressive Resistance Weight Training

Many people see weightlifting as a practice only for younger individuals. What many do not know is that weight training can be just as helpful to active adults! In fact, the benefits of weight lifting for active adults go far beyond increased muscle mass and strength. This program is designed to increase muscle strength, bone density, balance, and flexibility using hand and leg weights and therapeutic exercise bands. Equipment is provided. DATES: Tuesdays & Thursdays, April 30-September 3 TIME: 11 AM-12 PM AGES: 55 and over FEES: $10 County Resident / LOCATION: Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall $15 Non-County Resident PROGRAM: 53301

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Active Adult Center Health and Fitness Classes continued Active Adult Hiking Group

DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Tuesdays, May 7-September 3 9 AM-11 AM 55 and over FREE Meet at Westerly Parkway Shopping Center 52383

Silver Spurs Line Dancing

Line dancing is a fun and interactive exercise class set to music. By participating in this exciting class, you will achieve a reduction of stress and depression, increased energy and serotonin, improved flexibility, strength, balance, and endurance, and strengthening of bones and improved cardiovascular health. No experience needed. Exercise just for the fun of it, and/ or participate in community performances of the Silver Spurs. DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays, May 1-August 30 10:45 AM-11:45 AM 55 and over FREE Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 52375

ACTIVE ADULTS

Enjoy the great outdoors with a moderate hike in and around beautiful Centre County. Hiking is beneficial to active adults in numerous ways. Active adults require four different types of exercise: endurance, strengthening, stretching and balance. Hiking includes all four types, as it improves heart health, reduces muscle loss, keeps your body flexible, and increases balance while preventing falls. Please visit www.crpr.org for hiking schedule.

Go Ahead. Enhance Your Life! FREE 6 Month Program Designed for YOU

Program Available for Men & Women 60 Years of age or better.

Work with a health coach to create an action plan that meets your personal needs through: • One-On-One Sessions • Phone Calls • Emails

One Program, Many Benefits Identify health risks and learn strategies for making positive changes in these areas: • Physical Activity • Emotions • Weight Management • Nutrition • Socialization • And More...

A Program of the Centre County Office on Aging

Left to Right: Evelyn

“Sometimes people just need a nudge in the right direction to gain motivation living a healthy lifestyle. With EnchanceWellness, I got out of an unhealthy rut.”

Wald, Counselor • Sandy Schuckers, Program Coordinator Holly Reigh, Counselor

To learn more, please contact us by email only at: CentreEnhanceWellness@aol.com

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Active Adult Center Health and Fitness Classes continued Healthy Tai Chi

ACTIVE ADULTS

Deeply rooted in Chinese meditation, medicine, and martial arts, Tai Chi combines mental concentration with slow, controlled movements to focus the mind, and challenge the body. Don Schule has over 50 years of Martial Arts training. Not sure Tai Chi is right for you? Come join the Practice Group for a demo session at no charge. Instructor: Don Schule. DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

EVENING CLASSES Wednesdays, May 1-August 28 5 PM-7 PM 55 and over $2 County Resident / $3 Non-County Resident Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 52355

DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

SATURDAY CLASSES Saturdays, May 4-August 31 9 AM-11 AM 55 and over $2 County Resident / $3 Non-County Resident Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 52344

Active Adult Aqua Fitness Stay cool and get fit with this six week Active Adult Aqua fitness. This low impact class will get you moving and grooving; build strength and gently raise your heart rate all while having fun!

NEW!

DATES: Tuesdays, June 25-July 30 TIME: 9:00 AM-10:00 AM AGES: 55 and over FEES: $25 County Resident / $37 Non-County Resident LOCATION: Welch Pool PROGRAM: 52777

Stretches, Weights & Walking

The Active Adult Center has fitness that fits your life style. Banish stiff muscles by stretching and doing core conditioning with us. You’ll have lots of fun while getting fit! DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Thursdays, May 2-August 29 5:15 PM-6:15 PM 55 and over $10 County Resident Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall 52444

Walk and Tone

Walk and Tone is a four-week walking workout that gets the blood pumping at a brisk pace with easy to follow moves and intervals with strength training exercises for the upper body, core, and lower body. (The workout is done in place, or can be done walking around the mall). It ends with a nice cool down utilizing stretches similar to yoga poses to improve flexibility and range of motion for enhanced mobility. DATES: Mondays, May 6-June 17 TIME: 12:15 PM-1 PM AGES: 55 and over FEES: FREE LOCATION: Centre Region Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall PROGRAM: 52807

NEW!

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Health and Fitness Classes FloFit

We are proud to offer floating fitness classes on our floating fit mats at Welch Pool! Challenge your core and stamina while strengthening and lengthening your muscles with this pilates fusion-style workout on the Aqua Board. Focusing on body weight exercise, and core work, you will lengthen and strengthen your muscles and scorch calories. Instructor: Jessica Minelli. DATE: Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 18-July 25 AGES: 18 and over LOCATION: Welch Pool

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

7 AM-7:50 AM $68R / $102NR 13402

FloYo Fit

DATE: AGES: LOCATION:

Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 18-July 25 18 and over Welch Pool

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

8 AM-8:50 AM $68R / $102NR 13403

Fit and Strong for Active Adults

Through a grant from National Recreation and Park Association, (NRPA), Fit and Strong is a physical, self-management program for older adults or persons with lower extremity osteoarthritis or lower body pain. The program helps improve the participant’s functional and physical activity. Classes combine flexibility, strength training, and aerobic walking with health education. Participants are to wear loose fitting clothes and sneakers. Classes will include one hour of gentle exercise and 1/2 hour of health education. Class materials, weights, and exercise bands are provided.

Morning Class DATES: Mondays, April 29-une 24 TIME: 9:30 AM-11 AM AGES: 18 and over FEES: $25 R / $38NR LOCATION: Tudek Park Pavilion #3 PROGRAM: 63778 INSTRUCTOR: Jessica Minelli

Afternoon Class DATES: AGES: LOCATION: INSTRUCTOR:

HEALTH & FITNESS

We are proud to offer floating fitness classes on our floating fit mats at Welch Pool! Take your yoga practice to the water! FloYo is a mind body experience like no other. Practicing on the aqua boards, you will challenge your balance, strength and coordination all while exploring sun salutations, core work and muscle-building bodyweight exercises. No prior yoga experience required, just an adventurous spirit. Instructor: Jessica Minelli.

NEW!

Mondays, April 29-June 24 TIME: 1:30 PM-3 PM 18 and over FEES: $25R / $38NR Active Adult Center, Nittany Mall PROGRAM: 63779 Roe Davis

Step Interval Cardio

Challenge your cardiovascular system in this low impact, high intensity cardio workout while increasing your muscle mass with intervals of weights targeting the upper body. Class will incorporate exercise steps and weights to increase your cardio endurance and tone, strengthen muscles. Participants work at their own intensity level. Steps and weights provided. Moderate level of difficulty. All classes are held at the State College Borough Municipal Building. Instructor: Janet L. Jonson. SESSION

DATES

Mondays & Wednesdays

June 3-July 31

Mondays Only

June 3-July 29

Wednesdays Only

June 5-July 31

TIME 6 PM-6:50 PM

AGES 18 and over

FEES

PROGRAM

$120R / $180NR

63705

$63R / $95NR

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63733 61734

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Welch Water Walkers

Use the current channel in the Leisure Pool for water walking, against the current! This is a self-guided exercise opportunity (no instruction provided). Stop by any time Tuesday or Thursday mornings, 7-10 AM, to walk! A lifeguard will be provided; water exercise gear is available to borrow during each session. DATE: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Tuesdays & Thursdays, June 18-August 1 7 AM-10 AM 16 and over $30R / $45NR Welch Leisure Pool 14373

Zumba

Zumba is a highenergy, dance-based fitness class that uses Latin and International music/dance themes to create a fun and “easy to do” workout. Based on fitness principals of interval training to maximize caloric output, fat-burning, and muscle toning Instructor: Kari Williamson. DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM:

Mondays, June 3-July 8 5:30 PM-6:20 PM 18 and over $60R / $90NR Boalsburg Fire Hall, 113 E Pine St 63730

Yoga in the Parks

Learn and practice the art of Yoga in the great outdoors and experience one of our beautiful parks! Instructor Elle Morgan calls this “Yoga for anybody; it doesn’t matter what shape you are, or what shape you are in!” Yoga helps invigorate and even transform where you are to where you want to be in terms of balance, strength, and flexibility. All levels welcome; everyone can benefit from practicing outdoors. Bring a mat and water. DATE: AGES: LOCATION:

Thursday, May 2-June 6 18 and over Millbrook Marsh Nature Center

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TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

6:30 PM-7:30 PM $63R / $95NR 62641

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Health and Fitness Classes continued Mini Warriors Obstacle Course Training

Centre Region Parks & Recreation, in partnership with East Coast Health & Fitness, is dedicating a program to encourage healthy and fit kids through obstacle course training. We strongly believe that kids should enjoy the outdoors through running, jumping, climbing, and getting muddy. Children will experience the basics of obstacle course training with walls to conquer, sand bags and logs to carry, and team building exercises at Slab Cabin’s infamous hill. Come move and train with us. Certified Instructor: Scotti Mullen DATES: AGES: LOCATION:

Mondays & Fridays, June 17-July 12 6-10 yrs. Slab Cabin Park

TIME: FEES: PROGRAM:

10:30 AM-11:30 AM $85 R / $128NR 43781

NEW!

P90X LIVE is the total-body strength and conditioning group fitness class for anyone looking to get lean, toned, and fit! This motivating, results-driven workout is designed to burn calories and build muscle using light to moderate weights. It’s perfect for all fitness levels and can be modified so everyone can participate. Weights provided, please bring a yoga mat. All classes will be held at the Active Adult Center at the Nittany Mall. Instructor: Jessica Minelli SESSION

DATES

Session 1

Mondays, June 3-July 8

Session 2

Mondays, July 15-August 26

Sessions 1 and 2

Mondays, June 3-August 26

New to You Yoga

TIME 6:30 PM-7:15 PM

CRPR’s New to You Yoga class offers an introduction to yoga, teaching an enhanced self-awareness through breathing techniques, yoga postures, and relaxation. This is a dynamic yoga class, connecting breath with movement, increasing strength, flexibility, and balance. This is an ideal class both for beginners and experienced yogis looking to refine their practice. Come and learn basic yoga breathing and postures and how to live “yoga” both on and off the mat. Please bring a yoga mat. DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM: INSTRUCTOR:

Tuesdays, May 7-June 25 5:45 PM-6:45 PM 18 and over $80 R / $120NR Millbrook Marsh Nature Center 63770 Patty Kleban

AGES 18 and over

FEES

PROGRAM

$55R / $83NR

63763

$100R / $150NR

Yoga Flow

63764 63765

Yoga Flow is an A level 1-2 class. Participants can expect to move with their breath and focus their attention inward; this well-balanced flow class will get you out of your head and into your body and your breath. Variations and props will be provided and always welcomed. Please bring a yoga mat. DATES: TIME: AGES: FEES: LOCATION: PROGRAM: INSTRUCTOR:

HEALTH & FITNESS

P90X

Mondays, May 6-June 7, 8:30 AM-9:30 AM 18 and over $80R / $120NR Blue Spring Park Pavilion 63780 Gina Frank

NEW!

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Other Local Activities Banner Sponsorships!

Centre Region Parks & Recreation is pleased to offer the opportunity for you to show your support for active recreation by purchasing a 4’ x 6’ vinyl banner at the Hess Softball Complex and Oak Hall Regional Park. Promotional banners are displayed on the outfield fences for the duration of the 2019 Season (Apr.-Oct.) and are visible to attendees at over 1,000 softball games, over 15 tournaments, and other recreation programs scheduled at the complexes throughout the year.

Amazon Smile

Are you an Amazon frequent shopper? If so, consider helping Centre Region Parks and Recreation by using Amazon Smile! Amazon Smile lets “You Shop while Amazon Gives!” It’s as simple as using http://Smile.Amazon.Com and choosing the Centre Region Parks and Recreation Authority before you shop! You’ll be well on your way to helping CRPR!

Gifts for Parks

Donations of all shapes and sizes help CRPR provide important “extras,” like youth scholarships, which create excellent experiences for local youth in need. Interested in a Remembrance Tree, a My Veteran/My Hero tree, or a Gift Bench in one of the Centre Region Parks? Visit www.CRPR.org and look for the Sponsorship Menu under Local Parks for details or contact the main office at (814) 231-3071 or email crpr@crcog.net!

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CRPR Policies & Procedures

Click, Call or Come In! Registration is easy! 1. 2. 3. 4.

Three easy steps to register online for your favorite program or special event! The best part, no user fees! Browse our programs and events in this Active Guide! Log-on or create an account to register by visiting www.crpr.org and clicking “Register Online!” If you already have an account and forget your password, call CRPR; we can help! Shop for your programs and check out! Questions? Call CRPR at 814-231-3071; staff are available Monday-Friday 8 AM-5 PM.

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION GENERAL • Most programs have limited enrollment. Registration is accepted on a “first-come, first-served” basis. Registrations are processed in the order they are received at the CRPR office, and program/event fees must be paid at the time of registration. • How to read Program Fees: Resident Fee (R): For residents of State College Borough & the Twps. of College, Ferguson, Harris & Patton. Nonresident Fee (NR): For residents of all other municipalities. • No registrations or payments can be accepted by CRPR instructors, unless specific info. is provided within a program description. • CRPR reserves the right to adjust program meeting schedules, pending weather conditions and facility availability. REFUNDS • If a refund request is made at least 7 calendar days prior to the start of the program / camp week, a full refund (less a $5 processing fee) is provided for the program. • If a refund request is due to injury or illness after a program starts, a prorated refund is provided (a doctor’s excuse may be required). • If a program or class is canceled, a prorated refund or credit is provided. CANCELLATIONS • News bulletins regarding cancellations are listed on the CRPR News & Updates page and/or the Scrolling Alerts on www.crpr.org • Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for the latest on cancellations and programs updates! CRPR YOUTH SCHOLARSHIPS • We welcome Centre Region youth to participate in CRPR programs and activities and we may be able to provide reduced fees to qualified youth registering. Contact CRPR at 231-3071 or visit www.crpr.org for an application and additional information. Scholarship information is confidential.

CRPR Registration Form

Payer/Parent Information Name:

Phone (C):

Phone (W):

Phone (H):

Address:

State:

ZIP

E-mail: Resident of (please check one): __State College Borough

__College Twp. __Other (Nonresident Rate)

__Harris Twp. __Patton Twp. __Halfmoon Twp. (Nonresident Rate)

__Ferguson Twp.

__University Park

Ackknowledgment of Risk: Registrants participate in CRPR programs at their own risk. Centre Region Parks & Recreation Authority does not carry accidental injury insurance to cover medical costs of persons accidentally injured during the course of participating in CRPR programs. CRPR makes every effort to conductprograms under the safest conditions. Some programs involve strenuous physical activity. Participants should consult their doctor before entering a program. Photographs, digital pictures or videotape of program participants and spectators may be taken and used for program publicity.

PAYMENT METHOD: ___CHECK

___MONEY ORDER ___MASTER CARD ___VISA

___AMEX

3-Digit Security Code:

Credit Card Number: Your Signature: Full Name of Participant

___DISCOVER

Date of Birth

Current Grade

Gender (M/F)

T-shirt Size

Program Number

Program Number

Program Number

Fee

Total Enclosed (payable to CRPR) Centre Region Parks & Recreation, 2643 Gateway Drive, Suite #1, State College, PA 16801 * (814) 231-3071 * www.crpr.org

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Read through our 2019 Summer Active Guide to see the most awesome summer activities in the Centre Region! We've got new summer camps, a new...

Centre Region Parks and Recreation's 2019 Summer Active Guide  

Read through our 2019 Summer Active Guide to see the most awesome summer activities in the Centre Region! We've got new summer camps, a new...

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