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Carbon Valley Park & Recreation District Mission Statement: Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District strives to increase and enhance recreational opportunities by providing a variety of quality programs and activities for the Carbon Valley area community members. In addition, the District continues to provide new as well as traditional recreational experiences for present and future citizens of our District without regard to age, ethnicity, religion, gender or economic circumstances.

Hours

Daily Operations

Holiday Closures

Monday - Friday 5:30 am-9:00 pm Saturday 8:00 am-5:00 pm Sunday 12:00 pm-5:00 pm Closed the last Sunday of every month. *Pool closes 30 minutes before the building

CVPRD is closed for the following Holidays: May 26th- Memorial Day July 4th- Independence Day August 23rd-31st- Maintenance Week September 1st- Labor Day

For KidZone Hours and Info see page 41. Carbon Valley Rec Center 701 5th Street Frederick, CO 80530

Staff Directory

Executive Director Operations Manager Recreation Manager Programs Manager Finance/HR Manager Community Outreach Aquatics Coordinator Athletics Coordinator Active Adults Coordinator Gymnastics Coordinator Maintenance Coordinator Youth Coodinator Fitness/Wellness Coordinator Guest Services Coodinator Facilities Coordinator

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*CVPRD is closed the last Sunday of every month; 5/25, 6/29, 7/27, & 8/31.

Administration Ross Blackmer Stephanie Munro Elizabeth Ward Keri Davies Stormy Goehring Bess Loveless Kathy Lind Junior Rodemeyer Lori Trejo Lynn Mathews David Meter Megan Zwart Kevin Schreckengast Matt Enietta Debbie St. Michel

Ext 104 Ext 106 Ext 101 Ext 101 Ext 103 Ext 111 Ext 114 Ext 109 (303) 833-2739 (303) 833-2765 Ext 107 Ext 110 Ext 112 Ext 102 Ext 105

Ross@recdistrict.com Stephanie@recdistrict com Elizabeth@recdistrict.com Keri@recdistrict.com Stormy@recdistrict.com Bess@recdistrict.com Kathy@recdistrict.com Junior@recdistrict.com Lori@recdistrict.com Lynn@recdistrict.com David@recdistrict.com Megan@recdistrict.com Kevin@recdistrict.com Matt@recdistrict .com Debbie@recdistrict.com

For information about our Board of Directors please go to www.Recdistrict.com.

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Membership & Rates Proof of Residency Required *  Daily Admission  Age        Resident 

 Non‐Resident 

5 yrs & younger              Free      Free  6‐18 years        $2.75                      $4.50  19‐54          $4.50             $6.50  Senior 55 and up           $3.50      $4.50 

  20 Visit Punch Pass (One Per Person)  Age        Resident   Non‐Resident 

5 yrs & younger               N/A      N/A  6‐18 years        $55.00     $65.00  19‐54          $75.00              $85.00  Senior 55 and up           $55.00     $65.00  Corporate Pass               $60.00  Corporate prices not Valid with other sales or discounts  5 employee minimum, Complete Corporate Form   

Monthly Pass (expires monthly)  Age        Resident   Non‐Resident 

5 yrs & younger                N/A      N/A  6‐18 years         $20.00    $25.00  19‐54           $35.00             $40.00  Senior 55 and up            $20.00    $25.00  Family up to 7/*$10     $60.00     $70.00  Senior & Spouse  $35.00     $40.00  Single Parent Family      $55.00                   $65.00  Couple                           $55.00     $65.00        

Quarterly Pass  Age        Resident 

 Non‐Resident 

5 yrs & younger                 N/A      N/A  6‐18 years   $55.00     $70.00  19‐54            $100.00              $115.00  Senior 55 and up             $55.00     $80.00  Family up to 7/*$15      $175.00     $205.00  Senior & Spouse          $105.00     $115.00  Single Parent Family       $160.00                $190.00  Couple                            $160.00     $190.00       

Annual Pass  Age   

    Resident 

 Non‐Resident   

5 yrs & younger                  N/A        N/A                           6‐18 years         $200.00     $250.00                          19‐54           $350.00              $425.00                          Senior 55 and up            $195.00     $235.00                          *Family up to 7/*$20   $650.00     $810.00                          *Includes 1 hour of childcare per child/day,   Senior & Spouse          $385.00      $455.00                         Single Parent Family       $600.00                 $755.00                          Couple                            $600.00      $755.00            

Group Rates/Field Trips  For 10 or more please call ahead  Age        Resident   Non‐Resident 

5 yrs & younger             $1.50      $2.25        6‐18 years        $2.25      $3.50      19‐54          $3.75            $4.50         Senior 55 and up          $2.75                      $3.50  Chaperones Free ** excludes SVVSD        *CVPRD Residency info at Recdistrict.com   *add additional per family member                                      

 

 

Rec   Bucks

Annual F amily M embership Holder Discounts Rec Bucks is a “reward” system that makes the annual membership more worthwhile for families! Starting in January 2014 and ending December 2014, when patrons purchase an annual membership they will receive approximately 10% of the cost of their annual membership in Rec Bucks. The patron will receive the Rec Bucks after an enrollment/ registration or purchase ONLY if they hold an annual pass. The Rec Bucks will expire a year from the date of purchase. Rec Bucks can be used for a single purchase or use them for several different purchases. zz FREE 1hr daily KidZone admission per child/per day zz FREE Body Comp & Info Session with a Personal Trainer zz 2 FREE Day Passes $5.00 in Rec Bucks will be given for registering for the following activities for children: zz All youth sports which includes; basketball, soccer, softball, baseball, volleyball, football (flag), cheerleading, tennis lessons, and track. zz Special Events; Firecracker 5K, and soccer camp programs throughout the year. $3.00 in Rec Bucks will be given (for each session or monthly) from the registration fee for the following activities: Swim lessons, gymnastics, swim team, dance, massages, personal training sessions, personal training classes, Reiki, kids camps, art camps and youth night/family fit night. $5.00 in Rec Bucks will be given for purchasing Senior Lunch Passes, except annual family membership. $5 in Rec Bucks with purchase of $40.00 KidZone punch pass. Exclusions: Discount does not include: Adult softball teams, adult volleyball teams, adult basketball teams, BMX racing, CPR/First Aid classes, water safety class, lifeguard training, private swim lessons, youth cooking classes, and facility rental/parties, memberships or drop-ins. Rec Bucks cannot be used in addition to scholarships or for online registrations. Only (1) discount can be applied at a time. Rec Bucks that are earned after a new registration can only be used for the next purchase at least one day after. The Rec Center is not responsible for lost or stolen Rec Bucks. VETERANS/SERVICES 15% DISCOUNT Veteran Discount w/DD214 Card for Proof (Not valid w/other discounts) no drop-ins on-going programs-memberships

RACQUETBALL

Add $1.00 RSVP up to 3 days in advance *If 15 minutes late, court time is relinquished

Additional membership/facility information is available on pages 43-44.

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Youth Sports For More Information Contact Athletics Coordinator (303)-833-3660 Ext. 109 TENNIS INSTRUCTION

CHALLENGER SOCCER CAMP

Ages: 8-10 Dates: 6/3-6/26 - Tues/Thurs Times: 9-9:45a Ages: 11-14 Dates: 6/3-6/26 Times:10-10:45a $35 R/$42 NR

Ages: 3 Dates: 7/21-7/25 Times: 11-12p Cost: $85 Ages: 4-5 Dates: 7/21-7/25 Times: 9-10:30 Cost: $101 Ages: 6-14 Dates: 7/21-7/25 Times: 9-12p Cost: $128 Ages: 6-14 Dates: 7/21-7/25 Times: 1-3p Cost: $53 *Fee includes ball & shirt Description: Challenger Sports British Soccer Camp is back for its 13th year in Carbon Valley! This camp, one of the most popular nation-wide, teaches skills and techniques that players need in order to master and refine their potential. The curriculum, taught by experienced Challenger Staff, includes a variety of foot skills, drills, practices, freestyle, small-sided games as well as scimmages and mini-tournament play.

Description: Join us for this 4 week long instructional

class. Age divisions may be combined depending upon enrollment. Location: Settlers Park, Firestone Registration Deadline: May 25th

C.A.R.A TRACK Ages: 5-16 Dates: Projected start dates in June Times: M/TH 8:30-10a Cost: $65R/$78NR Description: C.A.R.A (Colorado Association of Recreational Athletics) Track team is a fun, low-key introduction to the competitive Track and Field sports of running, jumping, and throwing. This Team is focused on building endurance, strength, technique and mental readiness. Individual self esteem as well as teamwork are both components of the program. Participants compete in meets on Saturday’s at various locations along the Front Range. Location: Thunder Valley MS Track Registration Dates: March 24th-May 17th

LACROSSE CAMP Ages: 8-17 Ages: 8-17

Dates: 7/7-7/10 Times: 9-12:00p Dates: 8/4-8/7 Times: 9-12:00p $99 R/$109 NR Description: Learn to play the fastest growing sport in America at this Lacrosse Camp instructed by Hustle Sports. Designed for beginners and intermediate players who want to learn lacrosse or perfect their skills, this week long camp will teach a varity of drills and games. All equipment is provided including pads, gloves, and helmets. Just bring water to drink and a great attitude! Location: Hart Park, Firestone Registration Deadlines: for July camp - June 30th for August camp - July 28th

Late Fees:

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Please note that any late registrants will be placed on a waiting list with a fee of $5.00. Fee is only applied if the registrant is moved off the wait list. Please sign up as soon as registration begins.

Location: Hart Park, Firestone Registration Deadline: July 14th online only at www.challengersports.com

MINI-HITTERS VOLLEYBALL

Ages: 6-8 ( 1-2 grade) Dates: Projected start date end of August (5 week session) Times: TBD Cost: $35R/$42NR

Description: This is a 5 week instructional league

designed to introduce the fundamentals of volleyball. Participants will meet on Saturday mornings. Location: CVRC Gym Registration Deadlines: June 14th to August 2.

CHEERLEADING Ages: 4-12 Projected start date: August Times: TBD Cost: $55R/$66NR Description:Teams will be formed to cheer for the tackle football teams. Cheer practice will start in August with games on Saturdays at home and away locations starting in September. Location: TBD Registration Dates: June 30th-July 19th

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Youth Sports PEE WEE FLAG FOOTBALL Ages: Ages: 6-8 ( 1-2 grade) Dates: TBD Times: TBD Cost: $50R/$60NR Description: Teams will play games on Tue/Wed. Practices will be held 1-2 times per week. The projected start time for practices will be in August with games starting in early September. Location: TBD Registration Dates: July 14th-Aug 2nd

VOLLEYBALL Ages: 3rd-4th grade Projected Start Date: End of August Times:TBD Cost:$55R/$66NR Ages: 5th-6th grade Projected Start Date: End of August Times:TBD Cost:$55R/$66NR Ages: 7th-8th grade Projected Start Date: End of August Times:TBD Cost:$60R/$72NR Description: Teams compete in the NVAA League with surrounding communites. Games are played on Saturdays at home and away locations. Practices are scheduled a couple times per week according to gym availability and coaches. Practices will begin the end of August and games in September. 7th-8th grades will play in the Longmont league with games on Saturday’s starting in mid September. Further info will be available at time of registration. Location: TBD pending availability Registration Dates: July 14th-Aug 2nd

MICRO-FOOTBALL

Age: 4 Years Only Dates: Projected start date is early Sept Times: TBD Location: TBD Cost: $30R/$36NR Description: This is an instructional level only. No games are played. Volunteer coaches are needed to introduce the basic skills of football. No equipment will be used. Practice times will consist of once a week for 45 minutes to begin in early September. This division will meet for a 5 week session. Location: TBD Registration Dates: July 14th-Aug 2nd Available to register online

ROCKIES SKILLS CHALLENGE

Ages: 6-13 Dates & Times: Local: Tuesday, June 17th from 4-5:30pm at the Firestone Sports Complex Sectionals: July 12th-27th at various locations Time: TBD State: Aug 23 at Coca Cola All-Star Park in Lakewood Time: 10am. Cost: Free

Description: This is a FREE event to test running,

batting, and throwing skills. Local winners advance to sectionals, and sectional champions advance to compete at Coors Field prior to a Rockies game. State finalists will be invited to attend the Rockies game vs. Marlins at 6:10pm that day (August 23). Location: Firestone Sports Complex Registration Deadline: May 25th

TACKLE FOOTBALL THROUGH THE ST. VRAIN VALLEY YOUTH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION Ages: 2nd - 8th grades Contact: Christopherleis22@gmail.com or Keithandbj@comcast.net If interested in coaching an age group, contact bobbyzim@stvrainfootball.org by May 31. Dates: Mini Camps begin July 28 Practices begin August 4 Cost: $165.00 Description: This program will be offered through Warriors Youth Football and league play will be in the Coal Creek Midget Football League (CCMFL) with teams in the North Metro area. How to Register: Go to www. stvrainyouthfootball.org for a link to the registration form, print and bring with you to one of the following locations and dates: Carbon Valley Recreation Center 701 5th Street Fredrick, CO 80530 Sunday, May 18 12-4:00pm Saturday, June 21 2-5:00pm Play It Again Sports: 800 South Hover St, Suite 43 Longmont, CO 80502 (9:00-5:00 on May 17, 31, June 14, 28 ) Registration Deadline: June 28

Note:

Requests for coaches, practice times, etc. cannot be guaranteed. Start dates for most practices are tentative, and depend upon park and gym availability.

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Youth / Adult Sports SOCCER Ages: Tumbleweed (Pre-K, Kindergarten, must be 4 yrs.) Ages: 1st-2nd grade Projected start date: end of August Times: TBD Cost: $30R/$36NR

Description: Practices will start the end of August. 1st-2nd grade will play

games once a week starting in mid-September. Tumbleweed will meet for practices once a week to introduce fundamentals and no games will be played. Location: TBD Registration Dates: July 14th-Aug 2nd

Adult Sports SOFTBALL

KICKBALL

Men’s League: Starts 8/14 Times: TBD Coed League: Starts 8/15 Cost: $390 included USSSA sanctioning $370 if already sanctioned

Coed League: Starts June Cost: $200 per team Location: TBD

Description:

in early June following the Men’s Softball season. Teams consist of 10 players, with a minimum of 4 females on the field. Minimum number of teams is 3. Registration Deadline: May 23rd

Description: Games will be played on Fridays starting

Games will be played at the Frederick softball field. If already USSSA sanctioned proof must be furnished at time of registration. Max number of teams is 9, which will be taken on a first come, first serve basis. Location: Frederick Softball Field Registration Deadline: Aug 2nd

VOLLEYBALL Coed League: Starts 10/12 Cost:$190 per team

Times: TBD

Description: Games will be played on Sundays at the

Carbon Valley Rec Center. Maximum number of teams is 10, which will be taken on a first come, first serve basis. Location: CVRC Gym Registration Deadline: Sept 27th

Umpires Needed! Get Paid! Baseball/Softball Umpires

Youth and adults who have knowledge of baseball/ softball are needed to umpire our youth games. This is a great way to earn some extra money! You must be 14 years old to umpire at the younger levels. Pay depends on your experience and division. If interested, please submit an application at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. Volunteer Adult Coaches are always needed for our Youth Sports! If interested in coaching please contact Junior Rodemeyer, Athletics Coordinator: 303.833.3660 ext 109 or email Junior@recdistrict.com.

ALL SPORTS:

The CVPRD sports programs fill up fast. Registrations accepted during operating hours & during designated dates listed. Late registrations will be put on a waiting list with a $5 fee but are not guaranteed a spot on the roster. That wait list fee will be applied to program cost if added to a team roster. One wait list registration per person per time.

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Times: TBD

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FOOD TRUCKS • FREE ENTERTAINMENT FREE FITNESS FUN & MOVIES Food Truck Service Starts - 6 PM FREE Entertainment, Fitness Fun & Games Sponsored by the Carbon Valley Park & Recreation District - 6-8 PM FREE Movie Starts at Dusk - 8:30 PM

FREE Water from Sponsors & Popcorn from Firestone!

FROZEN

LITTLE MERMAID

HOMEWARD BOUND July

June

June

HART PARK 467 Jackson Ave.

HART PARK 467 Jackson Ave.

Live Music By Ash Ganley

Live Music By Danny Shafer

Live Music By Dave Davis

Movie Sponsor:

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Movie Sponsor:

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July

August

HART PARK 467 Jackson Ave.

HART PARK 467 Jackson Ave.

Live Music By Country Music Project

Live Music By Lara Ruggles

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Movie Sponsor:

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Movie Sponsor:

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SETTLERS PARK 11447 Deerfield Dr.

Food trucks have become the latest in full-fledged mobile restaurants with seasoned chefs offering a variety of scrumptious gourmet fare. Food truck events are a lot like tailgating, so remember to bring your own chairs or blankets.

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Fitness For More Information Contact Fitness Coordinator (303)-833-3660 Ext. 112 Fitness Class Times

WEEKLY GROUP FITNESS & WELLNESS CLASSES

Fitness

May - August 2014 MONDAY

Certifications

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

8:30AM Strength & Tone

9:30AM Interval

8:30AM Stretch & Flex

10:15AM Gentle Yoga

8:30AM Strength & Tone

8:05AM Core

10:15AM Gentle Yoga

11:00AM Tai Chi

10:00AM PreTeen & Adult Pilates Mat $

11:30AM Tai Chi

9:30AM June 13 & July 18 ONLY Dancing Princesses I $

9:45AM Zumba $

6:00PM Stretch & Flex

1-4:30 PM Youth Dance Programs $

11:00AM Tai Chi

1:00PM Mini Cheer & Pom $ (June)

10:30AM June 13 & July 18 ONLY Dancing Princesses II $

7:15PM Zumba $

7:00PM Youth Jazz/Hip Hop $

1:00PM Mini Breakers $ (June)| B-Boy & B-Girl $ (July)

7:30PM Yin Yoga

11:00AM Booiaka $ (in Fitness Room on June 13 & July 18 only)

8:00PM Pre-Teen & Adult Jazz/Hip Hop $

6:00PM All Levels Yoga

AEROBICS STUDIO

7:15PM Zumba $

FITNESS ROOM 5:35AM 30/30 Cycle Power

5:35AM Boot Camp

5:35AM Indoor Cycle

5:35AM Boot Camp

10:00AM Silver Sneakers Classic

11:00AM Dynamic Yoga

10:00AM Silver Sneakers Classic

8:30AM Kettlebells

4:30PM Youth Fit Moves

7:00PM Boot Camp

6:00PM 30/30 Cycle Power

5:30 PM Turbo Kick

10:00AM Silver Sneakers Circuit

9:15AM Indoor Cycle

6:00PM Indoor Cycle

GYMNASIUM 10:00AM Sporting Around $ NOTES: -

$ denotes additional fee

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KidZone available Monday-Friday 8:00 am- 12:30 pm, Monday-Thursday 4:00 pm- 8:45 pm, and Saturday 8:00 am-noon

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Schedule is subject to change

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Fitness classes are included with membership passes and daily admission fees unless otherwise noted

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Classes are approximately 55 minutes in duration (excluding Saturday’s Cycle class, Kids Karate, Youth Fit Moves, Silver Sneakers classes, Mini Breakers, B-Boy & B-Girl, Mini Cheer & Pom, and Youth Dance programs)

No Fitness & Wellness Classes on Sundays Classes are subject to change/cancellation depending on numbers. Class must have a minimum of 3 participants to hold class Revised Teens 14 and 15 years old must be accompanied by a responsible adult to participate in4/10/2014 class. Ages 16 and older can participate on their own.

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• AFAA Professional Trainer Certification Workshop June 6-8. Information is available online at http:// www.afaa. com/301.afa

• Yogafit Certification Workshop August 23rd. Information is available online at www.yogafit. com/trainings


Fitness Special Fitness Events

FITNESS CLASS DESCRIPTIONS 30/30 Cycle Power: 30 min. of cycling combined with 30 min. of core strengthening

Advanced Cycle: for cyclists looking to push themselves to the next level Booiaka $: this infectious dance class will leave you tired but hungry for more. Be a part of one of the fastest growing new dance sensations Bring your personality to the dance floor

Boot Camp: a little bit of everything; strength training, speed, endurance, and conditioning all in one

Core: get long, lean, and stronger with this core cutting class Indoor Cycle: Technique, power, and endurance training for the beginning to advanced cyclist

Kettlebells: focuses on beginner to advanced techniques for a full body work out Pilates Mat $: create long, lean muscles while gaining strength, flexibility, balance, alignment and postural improvements; students are encouraged to go at their own pace

Pre-Teen Adult Jazz/Hip Hop $: dancers experience their own groove in a supportive and energetic environment learning the basics in jazz and hip-hop techniques including center work, floor work, across the floor combinations and more. Please wear a form fitting top with jazz or baggy pants and clean sneakers. Black slip-on jazz shoes are optional Silver Sneakers Circuit: low impact class moving through a variety of circuit exercises

Silver Sneakers Classic: use free weights, elastic tubing, and a chair if needed for this fun class that keeps you moving and strong Strength: never grow bored with the variety of strength training modalities in this diverse class

All Levels Yoga: clear instruction is given in breathing technique, warm-up, stretching, posture and alignment while developing body awareness; variations in familiar postures while instructor guides students to their ability and comfort level Gentle Yoga: perfect for the new or beginning yogi looking for a peaceful and relaxing yoga experience Dynamic Yoga: invigorating vinyasa style class which combines stretching, postures, breath and flow while providing opportunities to learn new poses; rock your yoga practice to a new working edge in this fun and upbeat class Yin Yoga: hold poses for at least several minutes and stretch your connective tissues

Puppy-palooza* July 12, 2014 12pm-3pm: Take a fun little jaunt with your favorite four legged friend. This will be an obstacle race for you and your fuzzy partner, your cat or dog! We will have an obstacle course set up behind the rec center. Hope you don’t mind getting a little dirty! This event will be held to benefit and create awareness for local pet hospitals. Fee: $10 *All pets must have current vaccinations and license.

Strongman August 9th, 2014 12-3pm: Test your might in an old fashioned strongman completion. Open to men and women over the ages of 18. Events will include farmers carry, truck pull, keg toss, and more.

Stretch and Flex: incorporates the elements of dance and strength for a fun and challenging workout

Yoga Strength: power moves and postures for a challenging yoga workout

Fee: $25

Tai Chi: slow moving postures which coordinate mind, body, and spirit

Zumba $: fuses Latin rhythms with easy to follow moves for fun workout experience

Registration deadline: July 26

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Pre-registration is required for this event.

Denotes additional fee Available to register online

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Fitness/Personal Training Personal Training

Get fit, gain control, and see results. A well-balanced program designed for your specific needs is the ticket to success. A Certified Personal Trainer will consult with you on an individual basis and design a fitness program based on your current fitness level and specific goals. 2014 Instructor/Trainer Rates 

2014Fitness Personal Trainers  Instructor/Trainer Rates   Fitness Personal Trainers Level of Instruction 

 

Semi‐Private  Session  (2‐4 clients : 1  trainer) 

Private Session  3 Punch  (1 client :   Private Pass  1 trainer) 

5 Punch  Private  Pass* 

10 Punch  Private  Pass* 

Master  $45  $60  $171  $270  $480  Instructor/Trainer  (5+ years experience)  Senior  $35  $50  $143  $225  $400  Instructor/Trainer  (3‐5 years experience)  Junior  $25  $40  $115  $180  $320  Instructor/Trainer  (0‐3 years experience)  * Includes a body composition analysis  Notes:  ‐ Please call the Fitness and Wellness Coordinator at 303.833.3660 x112 for specific Personal  Trainer information and qualifications.  ‐ CVPRD will do its best to provide all levels of instruction; however, all levels of instruction  may not always be available.  ‐ A single Fitness Personal Training Session is one hour in duration.  ‐ A Cancellation Fee of $20 is charged to your account for cancellations made without providing  more than 24 hours of notice to Guest Services, 303.833.3660. 

  Youth Personal Training

Ages 12 years – 17 years   Many adults look to personal trainers when they feel they need help changing their lifestyle to become 2014 Instructor/Trainer Rates  healthier. Children have even less knowledge, and typically less desire, to switch to a healthier and more active Gymnastics Private Lessons  lifestyle. Whether your youth is looking to increase their athleticism or wanting to become physically fit, let us   help! New, youth personal training rates are now available. $32R/38NR per hour Level of Instruction  Semi‐Private Session  Private Session  

Reiki &Master Instructor/Trainer  Healing Touch

(2‐4 clients : 1 instructor)   

(1 client : 1 instructor)   

Reiki and Healing Touch are both energy healing modalities that serve to cleanse, harmonize and balance the human energy field. (5+ years experience)  They are non-touch based & the client remains fully clothed. Senior Instructor/Trainer      Rate:

(3‐5 years experience)  1 hr. $50R/$60NR Junior Instructor/Trainer      1/2 hr. $25R/$30NR (0‐3 years experience)  *Discounts apply for seniors and those facing serious illness. CMT: Tana Greene  

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Fitness/Massage Massage & Wellness Benifits include, but are not limited to: • Improving Circulation • Lowering Blood Pressure • Improving flexibility and range of motion • Headache relief • Decreasing stress, anxiety and fatigue • Increasing immunity, energy, concentration • Improving sleep quality • Helping athletes in training

Therapeutic Swedish Massage :

Rates*:

Senior Rates*:

½ Hour $25R/$30NR

1 Hour $35R/$42NR 90 minutes $51.25R/$61.50NR

1 Hour $50R/$60NR 1 ½ Hours $75R/$90NR

* except as noted for specialty massages below

C ranial Sacral Therapy (CST):

During Swedish Massage your therapist applies lotion or oil onto the skin and works it smoothly and slowly over the muscles. You determine the amount of pressure used. Massage uses relaxing strokes to increase circulation of the blood and lymph in the body and release toxins from the muscles. Deep tissue and Trigger-Point work available as needed or requested. CMT: Laura Gould

Cranial Sacral Therapy is a gentle, hands-on approach to bodywork. It focuses on the bones of the head, spinal column, sacrum and the underlying structures. CST is helpful for many things including: chronic pain, especially in the neck and back – headaches – TMJ dysfunction – auditory problems – learning/ behavioral disorders in children and adults. CMT: Laura Gould

Bamboo Fusion Massage

Injury Massage :

The objective of Injury Massage is to identify and work specific muscle groups involved to reduce scar tissue restrictions, increase range of motion and reduce pain and recovery time. This can also reduce stress related to injury or medical condition and speed post-operative recovery. CMT: Laura Gould

Hot Stone Massage

(One Hour Only) Hot Stone Massage incorporates heated, smooth, flat stones into a massage session to warm and relax the body and provide penetrating heat to the muscles. 24 hour notice is required for this massage. Rate:

Bamboo Fusion Massage combines the techniques of Swedish massage with the benefits of relaxing, soothing heat. Warm pieces of hand-crafted and shaped bamboo of different shapes and sizes glide smoothly over the body rolling and kneading away aches and pains from stress and repetitive movements. 24 hour notice is required for this massage. Rate: $60 per hour CMT: Laura Gould

$85R/$102NR per hour

Senior Rate for Hot Stone:

$60R/ $72NR Senior Rate CMT: Laura Gould

*Please call the Recreation Center at 303-833-3660 to schedule your massage appointment. Gift certificates are available at the front desk. 701 5th Street ● 303.833.3660 ● www.recdistrict.com

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Aquatics

For More Information Contact

General Pool Rules

All rules are subject to change at the discretion of the pool staf Please see Lifeguards or Aquatics Leads for more detailed rule description

•No swimming without a lifeguard on duty •Shower before entering the pool •Appropriate swimwear is required (Dark shirts and sport shorts are okay if a swimsuit is underneath) •Children wearing diapers must wear diapers must wear swim diaper with suit over it. Swim Diapers are available at the front desk. NO regular diapers! •No food, gum or drink allowed (Besides water and sports drinks) •No horseplay/fighting •No diving-except in deep end of lap pool •Water weights and kickboards are for classes and adult use only •Lifejackets and other personal floatation devices can only be used if child stays within an arm’s reach of an adult •Lifejackets and other personal floatation devices are not allowed on the Slide, Logs, Diving Board, Rope Swing or Deep End •Swimmers may not swim or hang-out in the Deep End when the Diving Board or Rope Swing are in use •Anyone 14 years or younger must pass a swim test to be in the deep end •Children under 48” tall are not allowed on Big Red Slide or Logs unless they pass a swim test •Any child under the age of 7 must be within arm’s reach of someone 14 years or older unless they pass a swim test •Any child under the age of 9 must have someone 14 years or older in the pool area with them, regardless of passing a swim test •Swim tests will be administered every 15 minutes •Children 8 and under are not permitted in the Steam Room or Hot Tub (This includes the stairs and sitting on the side of the Hot Tub) •Children ages 9-13 may be in the Steam Room or Hot Tub with an Adult (Adult must know the child)

Large Group Reservation Advanced Notice Request

The Carbon Valley Recreation Center requires a courtesy call if a group of 10 or more people plan to swim during open swim times at least a week in advance. Qualifying organizations/groups will get a discounted rate. Please see the rates section on page 2.

After-Hours Rental Advanced Notice Request

If you would like to rent the pool after-hours we ask that you request your date and time by the 15th of the month prior to the date of your rental.

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Aquatics

Aquatics Coordinator (303)-833-3660 Ext. 114 Carbon Valley Learn to Swim Program

 

Program Overview: Our Red Cross based swim program creates an ideal environment to learn the fundamentals of water safety as well as stroke development and refinement. Participants will be given a report card to track their progress and indicate if they are ready to pass on to the next level. Proper swim attire is required, no clothing (rashguards are okay) as this inhibits proper movement when learning to swim. Make-up classes will not be offered unless Carbon Valley Aquatics has to cancel a class day. No refunds will be given after the first 3 classes. Swim lesson fees do not include admission to the pool. NO SWIM LESSONS DURING THE WEEK OF JUNE 30 -JULY 5. Monday-Thursday AM 2 Weeks = 8 Classes Class Reg. Reg. Dates Opens Closes 6/2-6/12 5/17 5/29 6/16-6/26 6/5 6/12 7/7-7/17 6/19 6/26 7/21-7/31 7/10 7/17

Tuesday & Thursday PM 4 Weeks = 8 Classes Class Reg. Reg. Opens Dates Closes 6/3-6/26 5/17 5/29 7/8-7/31 6/19 6/26

Saturday AM 5 Weeks = 5 Classes Class Reg. Reg. Dates Opens Closes 5/31-6/28 5/17 5/28 7/12-8/9 6/28 7/9

Weekday Lessons: $35R/$45NR

Weekday Lessons: $35R/$45NR

Saturday Lessons: $25R/$35NR

9:00-9:30a

4:35-5:05p

9:00-9:30a

9:00-9:30a 10:10-10:40a 10:45-11:15a

5:10-5:40p 5:45-6:15p

9:00-9:30a 10:10-10:40a 10:45-11:15a

Turtle

9:00-9:30a 10:10-10:40a 10:45-11:15a

4:35-5:05p 5:45-6:15p

9:00-9:30a 10:10-10:40a 10:45-11:15a

Seal

9:35-10:05a 10:45-11:15a

5:10-5:40p

9:35-10:05a 10:45-11:15a

9:35-10:05a

5:10-5:40p

9:35-10:05a

9:00-9:30a 9:35-10:05a

4:35-5:05p 5:15-5:45p

9:00-9:30a 9:35-10:05a

Level 2

9:00-9:30a 10:10-10:40a

4:35-5:05p 5:45-6:15p

9:00-9:30a 10:10-10:40a

Level 3

10:10-10:40a 10:45-11:15a

5:45-6:15p

10:10-10:40a 10:45-11:15a

Level 4

9:35-10:20a

5:25-6:10p

9:35-10:20a

Stroke Clinic

10:25-11:10a

4:35-5:20p

10:25-11:10a

Session 1 2 3 4

Parent-Child Pre-School Starfish

Dolphin School-Age Level 1

*PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE NO SWIM LESSONS DURING THE WEEK OF JUNE-30TH-JULY 5TH 2014 Private Instructor Rates    Swim Lessons/Aqua Fitness    2014 Private Instructor Rates - Swim Lessons/Aqua Fitness   Level of Instruction  Semi‐Private Session  Private Session  5 Punch Pass  10 Punch Pass  (2‐4 participants: 1 instructor)  (1 participant: 1 instructor)  Master Instructor  (5+ years experience) 

$25 

$30 

$112.50 Semi  $135 Private 

$200 Semi  $240 Private 

Senior Instructor  (3‐5 years experience) 

$20 

$25 

$90 Semi  $112.50 Private 

$160 Semi  $240 Private 

Junior Instructor  (0‐3 years experience) 

$15 

$20 

$67.50 Semi  $90 Private 

$120 Semi  $160 Private 

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Please call the Aquatics Coordinator at 303.833.3660 x114 for specific instructor information and qualifications.  CVPRD will do its best to provide all levels of instruction; however, all levels of instruction may not always be available.  A single session is 30 minutes in length, and fee is charged per‐participant, per session.     A Cancellation Fee of $20 is charged to your account if less than a 24 hour notice is given to your Instructor. 

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Aquatics Parent & Child

Age: 6 months -2 years old Description: Introduce children to water and teach them basic water skills. The main goal is to tech water adjustment in a fun and positive way. Prerequisite: N/A Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 3 Maximum: 10

Preschool Classes

School-Age Classes

Level 1 Age: 6-17 years old Description: Water adjustment and learning how to float, glide, blow bubbles and go underwater independently. Prerequisite: Child must be ready to participate in a group setting. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6

Level 2

Starfish

Age: 3-5 years old Description: Water adjustment and learning how to float, glide, Blow bubbles and go underwater with help of an instructor. Prerequisite: Child must be ready to participate in a group setting. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 4

Age: 6-17 years old Description: Reinforce their independence with floats and glides, and to begin learning front crawl, back crawl, and elementary backstroke as well as treading water. Prerequisite: Comfortable going underwater, can blow bubbles through their mouth and nose, and are able to float and glide on their own. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6

Turtle

Level 3

Age: 3-5 years old Description: Learn to float and glide on their own, and begin learning basic swimming on their front and back as well as treading water. Prerequisite: Comfortable going underwater, can blow bubbles through their mouth and nose, and are able to float and glide with assistance. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 4

Age: 6-17 years old Description: Further develop all strokes, especially sidebreathing, as well as introduce them to breaststroke, dolphin kick, and dives. Prerequisite: Can swim at least 10 yards of both front crawl and back crawl, 10 yards of elementary backstroke, and can tread water for 15 seconds. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6

Seal

Level 4

Age: 3-5 years old Description: Develop front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke, and start learning breaststroke and dolphin kick as well as dives. Prerequisite: Go underwater, float, and glide, make progress swimming on front and back, and tread water for 15 seconds. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 4

Age: 6-17 years old Description: Further develop technique and endurance for all strokes, as well as to begin learning butterfly, open-turns flip turns and more advanced dives. Prerequisite: Can swim at least 15 yards of both front crawl and back crawl, 25 yards of elementary backstroke, demonstrate basic breaststroke, and can tread water for 30 seconds. Class Length: 45 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6

Dolphin

Stroke Clinic

Age: 3-5 years old Description: Strengthen all stroke development, reinforce side breathing, and introduce a very basic butterfly stroke, as well as more advanced dives. Prerequisite: Swim at least 15 yards of both front crawl and back crawl, 20 yards of elementary backstroke, and can tread water for 30 seconds. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 4

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Age: 6-17 years old Description: Continue stroke technique and endurance training as well as mastery of all strokes, flip turns and start dives. Readying children for swim team. Prerequisite: Can swim at least 25 yards of both front crawl and back crawl, 15 yards of breaststroke, 15 yards of butterfly, can perform all dives and open turns and can tread water for 1 minute. Class Length: 45 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6

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Aquatics Aqua F itness Classes Deep Water Strong

Incorporates aerobics and strength training for wellrounded challenging workout! Swimming skills and/or a floatation belt are required. Be sure to pick up your Deep Water Strong card from Guest Services. Please note class space is limited to 12 people. Additional Fee: $2 per class 10 class punch pass: $15 Members/$50 Non-Member

AquaFit!

Creates muscle strength and tone while also increasing flexibility. This is a higher-intensity class with an emphasis on aerobic and cardiovascular conditioning, with the added benefit of less impact on your joints! Some deep water toning may be used.

RiverXtreme

Hydro-Pilates

Traditional Pilates techniques in the water. Low impact and easily modified. Strengthen core muscle groups while improving posture, flexibility and balance. Be sure to pick up your Hydro-Pilates card from Guest Services. Please note class space is limited to 12 people. Additional Fee: $2 per class 10 class punch pass: $15 Members/ $50 Non-Members

Circuit * New Class

High-intensity pace, Build lean muscles and losing body fat, Swimming skills combined with strength conditioning and endurance training, Movement with and against current.

Deep River Burn

High intensity and fat burning, Burns double the calories, Warms up in river and then moves to the deep end of the pool.

SilverSneakers Splash®

Circuit training is one of the most effective forms of training. Learn how to build your endurance and increase your muscular strength in this efficient and fast-paced workout.

Fun and shallow water moves to improve agility, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance. All participants are welcome.

H₂O Low-Impact

Aqua Fitness One-on-One Sessions

Low-impact water exercises designed to develop muscle tone, flexibility, balance, increase energy and improve cardiovascular conditioning.

HydroPump High-intensity cardio and sculpting aerobics class. Pool-based equipment is utilized to sculpt lean muscles while building strength, balance, and flexibility. H₂O Turbo Improve cardio stamina, build lean muscles and increase flexibility. 5 part class: Intense cardio routine, upper body workout focused on arms and shoulders, Pilates-inspired moves for your core, building balance and flexibility, and ending with stretching utilizing yoga and breathing techniques.

These are private, one-on-one sessions where you can meet with a certified instructor and design an Aqua Fitness workout that fits your specific needs. See Private Instructor Rates on page 12.

Please see Class Schedule on page 15 for exact meeting times and instructors. Fees: Most classes are included in your daily admission or membership pass. Some classes have maximum participant space; see Guest Services for your class participant card to ensure your spot. Water weights, noodles, floatation belts, balls, kickboards and any other pool-based equipment will be utilized. Water shoes and basic swimming skills are recommended for most Aqua Fitness classes but not required. For classes that involve the deep end of the pool, swimming skills and/or floatation belt are required. Swimming skills are not required for H₂O Low-Impact and SilverSneakers Splash®.

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Aquatics Aqua F itness Class T imes Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Circuit Katy

6:00 AM

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Circuit Katy

7:00 AM

Deep River Burn! Erin

RiverXtreme Karen/Staff

Deep River Burn! Karen/Staff

RiverXtreme Erin

8:00 AM

RiverXtreme Erin

HydroPump Erin

AquaFit! Dianne

Deep Water Strong* $ Karen/Staff

RiverXtreme Erin

RiverXtreme Dianne (8:15-9:00 AM)

9:00 AM

H₂O Turbo Katy

AquaFit! Dianne

H₂O Turbo Katy

AquaFit! Kathy

HydroPump Erin

AquaFit! Dianne

10:00 AM

H₂O Low-Impact Katy

SilverSneakers Splash® Dianne

Hydro-Pilates* $ Erin

H₂O Low-Impact Kathy

H₂O Low-Impact Erin

7:00 PM

AquaFit! Dianne

AquaFit! Dianne

AquaFit! Kathy

AquaFit! Kathy

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* Denotes that participate in this class is limit to 12 participates, you will need to pick up an Aqua Fitness card from Guest Services. $-Denotes additional fees will apply. Please see the class description for more details. Youth under the age if 16 must be accompained by an adult/guardian to attend classes. All classes unless otherwise noted are 1 hour in duration. Classes are subject to change/cancellation depending on participation. Minimum of 3 participants to hold class. Child Care is available for your convenience.

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Aquatics O ther A quatics Programs C.A.R.A. Swim Team

Description: C.A.R.A. (Colorado Association of Recreational Athletics) Swim Team is a fun, low-key introduction to competitive swimming and is focused on building endurance, strength, technique and mental readiness. Individual self-esteem as well as teamwork are both important components of the program. All participants will compete in swim meets, where they can swim in up to three individual events and two relays. Ribbons will be awarded to every swim meet participant. Competitions are held on various weekends and at various locations. Come and join the fun of a structured team atmosphere. C.A.R.A. year runs from October to July. Swimmers can join at any point during the year. Prerequisites:

Swimmer must be able to swim one length of the pool using freestyle and preferably one length of the pool using backstroke. Summer Season: June 2014-July 2014, practice begins June 2nd and ends July 30th Age: 6-18 years old Practices: 6-10 years old age division M/W 4p-5p 11-18 years old age division M/W 5p-6p Start-Up Fee: $55R/$65NR (This includes first month’s fee, swim team shirt and swim cap. Must be paid yearly.) Monthly Fee: $25R/$30NR

Carbon Valley Home Swim Meet:

Carbon Valley will be hosting a home swim meet on Sunday, June 29th closed from 8am-1pm. (Times are approximate) If you have any questions regarding this program please contact Head Coach Tyson Painter at (303) 8333660 ext. 113 or email at swimteam@recdistrict.com.

Parent-Tot Hour

A designated time for parents to spend with their small children. No amenities will be turned on during this time. Age: Infant to 5 years old Day of the week: Fridays Time: 9-10a

Scuba Classes from Scuba Shack Dates: May 1, 3, 4; June 5, 7, 8; July 10, 12, 13; and August 7, 9, 10 Please contact Matt at the Scuba Shack at (303) 8333647 for more details on all scuba lessons.

Lifeguard Training-Blended Learning This American Red Cross course provides a generalized view of lifeguarding skills and practices. CPR/AED/First Aid for the Professional Rescuer as well as all course material will be included. As a blended learning course, a portion of the class will be administered online. The in-class portion will include skills practice as well as a practical and written exam. All participants must provide a valid e-mail address at registration. Prerequisites: 15 years of age by the last class; 300 yard continuous swim using front crawl and breaststroke; swim 20 yards, retrieve 10 pound brick from 10 feet of water and swim it back; tread water with use of legs only for 2 minutes. In-Class Meeting Dates: August 4th-7th Times: 8a-1p Fees: $165R/$200NR Min: 3 Max: 10 Registration Deadline: July 1st-20th

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Aquatics Lap Pool SUNDAY

POOL CLOSED (OPENS at 12pm)

MONDAY ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-8am (2-4 lanes available) Deep River Burn 7:30-8am DEEP END CLOSED *Moves from River at 7:30am

Aqua Fitness 8-11am Swim Lessons 9-11:30am (0-1 lanes available) ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

TUESDAY

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-8am (2-4 lanes available)

Aqua Fitness 8-11am Swim Lessons 9-11:30am (0-1 lanes available) ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

(May-August) WEDNESDAY ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-8am (2-4 lanes available) Deep River Burn 7:30-8am DEEP END CLOSED *Moves from River at 7:30am

Aqua Fitness 8-11am Swim Lessons 9-11:30am (0-1 lanes available) ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-8am (2-4 lanes available)

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-8am (2-4 lanes available)

POOL CLOSED (OPENS at 8am)

Aqua Fitness 8-11am Swim Lessons 9-11:30am (0-1 lanes available) ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

Aqua Fitness 8-11am (1-2 lanes available) ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

Swim Lessons 11:30am-12pm SHALLOW END CLOSED

OPEN SWIM 12-4:30pm (1-2 lanes available)

OPEN SWIM 11:30am-4pm (1-2 lanes available)

CARA 4-6pm (0-1 lanes available)

OPEN SWIM 6-7pm (1-2 lanes available) POOL CLOSED

OPEN SWIM 11:30am-4:30pm (1-2 lanes available)

Swim Lessons 4:30-6:30pm (0-1 lanes available) ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY OPEN SWIM 6:30-7pm (1-2 lanes available)

OPEN SWIM 11:30am-4pm (1-2 lanes available)

CARA 4-6pm (0-1 lanes available)

OPEN SWIM 6-7pm (1-2 lanes available)

OPEN SWIM 11:30am-4:30pm (1-2 lanes available)

OPEN SWIM 11:30am-4:30pm (1-2 lanes available)

Swim Lessons 4:30-6:30pm (0-1 lanes available) ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY OPEN SWIM 6:30-7pm (1-2 lanes available)

Aqua Fitness 7-8pm (1-2 lanes available) DIVING BOARD CLOSED

Aqua Fitness 7-8pm (1-2 lanes available) DIVING BOARD CLOSED

Aqua Fitness 7-8pm (1-2 lanes available) DIVING BOARD CLOSED

Aqua Fitness 7-8pm (1-2 lanes available) DIVING BOARD CLOSED

OPEN SWIM 8-8:30pm (2 lanes available)

OPEN SWIM 8-8:30pm (2 lanes available)

OPEN SWIM 8-8:30pm (2 lanes available)

OPEN SWIM 8-8:30pm (2 lanes available)

Aqua Fitness 8:10-9:10am (1-2 lanes available) ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY Swim Lessons 9-11:30am (0-1 lanes available) ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

OPEN SWIM 11am-8:30pm (1-2 lanes available)

POOL CLOSED

POOL CLOSED

Pool schedules are subject to change at any time! For the most current schedule please see the website or contact the  front desk. *Lap lane availability will be limited during swim lessons and swim team times.* 

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Aquatics Activity and Slide Pool SUNDAY

MONDAY ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-7am

Deep River Burn 7-7:30am RIVER CLOSED *moves to Deep End at 7:30am

POOL CLOSED (OPENS at 12pm)

TUESDAY ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-7am Circuit 6-7am LOG POOL CLOSED

River Xtreme 7-8am RIVER CLOSED

ADULT SWIM ONLY 7:30-8am River Xtreme 8-9am RIVER CLOSED

ADULT SWIM ONLY 8-9am

Swim Lessons 9-11:30am POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

Swim Lessons 9-11:30am POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

(May-August) WEDNESDAY ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-7am

Deep River Burn 7-7:30am RIVER CLOSED *moves to Deep End at 7:30am

ADULT SWIM ONLY 7:30-9am

Swim Lessons 9-11:30am POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-7am Circuit 6-7am LOG POOL CLOSED

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-8am

POOL CLOSED (OPENS at 8am)

River Xtreme 7-8am RIVER CLOSED

ADULT SWIM ONLY 8-9am Swim Lessons 9-11:30am POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

River Xtreme 8-9am RIVER CLOSED Parent - Tot Hour 9-10am

River Xtreme 8:15-9am RIVER CLOSED

Swim Lessons 9-11:30am POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED

Swim Lessons 11:30am-12pm SLIDE AND LOGS CLOSED OPEN SWIM 11:30am-4:30pm OPEN SWIM 11:30am-8:30pm

OPEN SWIM 12-4:30pm

OPEN SWIM 11:30am-4:30pm

OPEN SWIM 10am-8:30pm

OPEN SWIM 11:30am-4:30pm

OPEN SWIM 11:30am-8:30pm Swim Lessons 4:30-6:30pm ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

Swim Lessons 4:30-6:30pm ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

POOL CLOSED

POOL CLOSED OPEN SWIM 6:30-8:30pm

OPEN SWIM 6:30-8:30pm POOL CLOSED

  *During the following dates adult swim hours are extended on weekdays to 5:30-10am and open swim hours are extended to 10am-8:30pm: 5/5-5/29, 6/30-7/3 **During the following dates open swim hours are extended on Saturday to 8-10am and 10am-4:30pm: 5/24, 7/5, 8/16, 8/23

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Youth

For More Information Contact Youth Coordinator (303)-833-3660 Ext. 110 Proper Attire Dance Programs

Per Session Cost:

Toddlers and Tutus $40 Level 1, 2 and 3/4 combo and Jazz I $45 Dancing Princesses I (ages 4-6) $20 Dancing Princesses II (ages 6-10) $25 Registration Deadlines: May 23 for Session 1 & June 29 for Session 2

Toddlers and Tutus

Students will love dancing to their favorite music, and the class will incorporate pre-ballet steps as well as fun imaginative dance. Wands, tiara’s, and princess costumes are encouraged. Day: Tuesday Time: 4:00-4:30pm Age: 18mos-3 years old Min. 4 Max. 8 Instructor: Legacy School of Dance Session 1: June 3/10/17/24 Session 2: July 8/15/22/29 Registration Deadline: 2 weeks prior to start

Level 1 Combo

This class will incorporate ballet and tap each week, focusing on technique, rhythm, and expressive movements. Day: Tuesday Time: 3:15-4:00pm Ages: 3-5 years old Min. 4 Max. 10 Instructor: Legacy School of Dance Session 1: June 3/10/17/24 Registration Deadline: 2 weeks prior to start Session 2: July 8/15/22/29

Level 2 Combo

This class will incorporate ballet and tap each week with the focus on longer and gradually more difficult combinations to challenge the child in technique, concentration, balance, and movement. Day: Tuesday Time: 2:30-3:15pm Ages: 4-6 years old Min. 4 Max. 12 Instructor: Legacy School of Dance Session 1: June 3/10/17/24 Session 2: July 8/15/22/29 Registration Deadline: 2 weeks prior to start

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Girls may wear a black leotard and pink tights. Boys may wear a white t-shirt and comfortable dark-colored shorts. Appropriate shoes (ballet or tap) are required. Tap shoes may not be from Target, Payless or WalMart as the taps on these shoes damage the wood floor. Hair must be pulled back completely from the student’s face.

Level 3/4 Combo

This class will build upon the Level 2 class ballet and tap curriculum each week with more difficult combinations to challenge the child in techniques, concentration, balance, and movement. (Instructor recommendation required) Day: Tuesday Time: 1:00-1:45pm Ages: 6-9 years old Min. 4 Max. 12 Instructor: Legacy School of Dance Session 1: June 3/10/17/24 Session 2: July 8/15/22/29 Registration Deadline: 2 weeks prior to start

Jazz I

This fun class will be taught classical jazz technique and combinations at a beginning level. Emphasis will be placed on rhythm, flexibility, and technique. Day: Tuesdays Session I: June 3/10/17/24 Session II: July 8/15/22/29 Time: 1:45-2:30pm Ages: 6-9 years old Min. 4 Max. 12 Instructor: Legacy School of Dance Registration Deadline: 2 weeks prior to start

Dancing Princesses 1 & 2

Calling all princesses! These new classes will be fairy fun for all students new to dance or experienced. We’ll do leaps, twirls and a craft to take home! Princess dresses and costumes are encouraged. Session 1: June 13 Session 2: July 18 Princess I: Time: 9:30-10:30am (Ages 4-6) Princess II: Time:10:30-12:00pm (Ages 7-10) Min. 4 Max. 12 Instructor: Legacy School of Dance Registration Deadline: 2 weeks prior to start

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Youth Dance Programs Mini Cheer and Pom

Youth Jazz/Hip-Hop

Dancers will learn chants, cheers, motions, pom technique, and tumbling skills. A fun introduction to cheer and dance. Please wear a solid colored tank, shorts or capris (no jeans) for movement and clean tennis shoes. There will be an end of camp demo at the studio for family and friends.

A fun and funky class which features the basics in jazz and hip-hop techniques including center work, floor work, across the floor combinations and more. Each dancer gets to experience their own groove in a supportive and energetic environment. Please wear a form fitting top with jazz or baggy pants and clean sneakers. Black slip-on jazz shoes are optional. Day: Tuesday Time: 7-8pm Ages: 7-11 Min. 4 Max. 20 Instructor: Axis of Movement Cost: Drop-in $15 Session 1 – 6 weeks: June 3 – July 8 $78 Session 2 – 6 weeks: July 15 – August 19 $78

Dates: June 5/12/19/26 Day: Thursday Time: 1-3pm Ages: 4-6 Min. 4 Max. 14 Instructor: Axis of Movement Cost: $99 Registration Deadline: May 27

Mini Breakers This fun and energetic class for every Mini-Breaker kid. Uses the challenging movement of breakin combined with the dynamic steps of hip hop to teach coordination, balance, and strength. Please wear comfortable top with baggy pants and clean sneakers. Dates: June 4/11/23/30 Day: Wednesday Time: 1-3pm Ages: 4-6 Min. 6 Max. 14 Instructor: Axis of Movement Cost: $99 Registration Deadline: May 25

B-Boy and B-Girl This fun and energetic class for every B Boy/Girl. Uses the challenging movement of breakin combined with the dynamic steps of hip hop to teach coordination, balance, and strength. Please wear comfortable top with baggy pants and clean sneakers. Dates: July 9/16/23/30 Day: Wednesday Time: 1-3pm Ages: 11-14 (Middle School) Min. 6 Max. 14 Instructor: Axis of Movement Cost: $99 Registration Deadline: June 29

Pre-Teen/Adult Jazz/Hip-Hop 12+ A fun and funky class which features the basics in jazz and hip-hop techniques including center work, floor work, across the floor combinations and more. Each dancer gets to experience their own groove in a supportive and energetic environment. Please wear a form fitting top with jazz or baggy pants and clean sneakers. Black slip-on jazz shoes are optional. Day: Tuesday Time: 7-8pm Ages: 12+ Min. 4 Max. 20 Instructor: Axis of Movement Cost: Drop-in $15 Session 1 – 6 weeks: June 3 – July 8 $78 Session 2 – 6 weeks: July 15 – August 19 $78

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Youth Youth Fitness

Preteen/Adult Pilates Mat A sixty minute mat class is designed to focus on the isolation of all the abdominal muscles, transverse abdominal wall, inner &outer thighs, lower back and hips, your body’s Powerhouse. Mat class helps in creating long, lean muscles while gaining strength, flexibility, balance, alignment and postural improvements. Students are encouraged to go at their own pace. Please wear comfortable clothes to move in. Day: Wednesday10:00-11:00am Ages: 12+ Min. 4 Max. 20 Instructor: Axis of Movement Cost: $15 Drop in or $89-8 session pass

Sporting Around Toddlers come have a ball in a skill based class! Each class focuses on a different sport/game that will excite your little one. Parents are welcome to stay & watch/participate or can come back after class. Kids will be split up according to age. Session 1: 5/1-5/22 Session 2: 6/5-6/26 Session 3: 7/10-7/31 Day: Thursday Time: 10:00am-10:30am Ages: 2-6 years old Min. 4 Max. 10 Location: Gym, south court Registration Deadline: 10 days prior to start date Cost: $25R/$30NR Youth Fit Moves

Bring your children in when you workout for this organized youth fitness program especially designed wtih kids in mind. Don’t let them stay at home. Each week will focus on weight bearing and agility movements to develop hand eye coordination and quickness as well as cardio and weight bearing strength moves. Must complete a program waiver. Day: Monday Time: 4:30pm-5:15pm Ages: 6-11 years old Min. 4 Max. 10 Location: Gym, south court

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Youth Classes Jumping Jammers The Preschool Music Program is designed to introduce music fundamentals in a fun and creative environment to early learners ages 2-5. Children will explore a variety of musical activities including playing musical instruments, singing and dancing, and discovering various styles of music. In addition to music fundamentals, these classes will focus on developing fine/gross motor skills, listening skills, creative thinking, self-expression, and social interaction skills. Parents are required to stay on site and encouraged to have fun learning along with their child. Session 1: 5/6-5/27 Session 2: 6/3-6/24 Session 3: 7/8-7/29 Session 4: 8/5-8/26 Days: Tuesdays Time: 10:15-10:45am Ages: 2-5 years old (child 2-3 years old needs to be accompanied by an adult, 4-5 years old - adult participation encouraged but not required) Location: Multipurpose Room Instructor: Jen Webb Music Min. 5 Max. 10 Cost: $25R/$30NR Registration Deadline: 10 days prior to start date Babysitters Bootcamp This is a comprehensive 8-hour skills-based class. Topics include: babysitting business practices, discipline & communication, feeding, diapering, safe play for infants & children, preventing accidents, recognizing & responding to emergencies, basic first aid, choking and hands only CPR. Students receive a card endorsed by the American Red Cross. Cost includes materials, instruction, CPR Certification and card. Day: August 16 Time: 8:30am – 5pm Ages: 11-16 Min: 4 Max: 20 Location: Multipurpose Room Cost: $90/participant Registration Deadline: August 6 Available to register online

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Youth/Family W.R.E.C. S ummer C amp We Reach Every Community (W.R.E.C.) Summer Camps is in its 3rd year. Every day the kids will receive a FREE lunch. Lunches are kid friendly, nutritious, meet USDA standards and are provided by Kids Café through Weld County Food Bank. All Thursdays will be a fun Field Trip day! Seven weeks of fun in the sun! Ages: 6-12

Time: 9am – 12pm

Cost per Session: $60

*Participants can only use 1 discount at a time: Rec bucks or Scholarships. JULY 7-9 Amusement Park Island - Challenge Island Dream up and create your own working amusement part JULY 14-16 Chef Meets Mad Scientist - Thinking Cap From solutions, emulsions to solids. We will be examing chemical reactions and discovering why foods do the things they do JULY 21-23 Volcano Island- Challenge Island Make exploding volcanos and earthquakeproof structures.

Family Family Weight Room Hours During set hours, children from 10 - 13 years can use the Carbon Valley Recreation weight and cardio areas with a parent/legal guardian 18 year or older present. Both Adult and youth must complete a weight room orientation and waiver prior to using the weight room during family hours. Youth must be accompanied by an Adult at all times. Friday from 5:00pm – 9:00pm Saturday from 1:00pm – 5:00pm Sunday from 1:00pm - 5:00pm Family D ay Family Day, every Friday (open swim begins at 10:00am) and Sundays all day. Open to all ages. A paying parent or guardian must accompany all children. This includes full use of facility. Fee: Up to 7 family members: $10R $12NR Additional family member is $2.25 Parent/Tot H our in the Pool Parent/Tot hour is every Friday from 9-10 AM, and is designated for parents to spend time with their small children, aged infant to 5 years old. No amenities will be turned on during this time, and it’s a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the pool with your little one in a calm environment.

JULY 28-30 Food Network Star - Thinking Cap Be the next food network star by learning to cook quick, healthy foods

Available to register online

Registration is now open!

Teen Summer Sale

Teens can purchase a Quarterly Youth Pass and get May FREE! Come spend your summer at the recreation center. Don’t miss out on all the fun! •Must present high school ID or be 13-18 years of age to qualify

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Gymnastics

For More Information Contact Gymnastics Coordinator (303)-833-2765

May- August 2014 Gymnastics offers your child progressive instruction while providing them an opportunity to develop coordination, flexibility, and self-confidence. This is a fun and safe activity for everyone. Feel free to stop by and observe our classes for a few moments. If you have any questions or concerns, please talk to Lynn Matthews, Gymnastics Coordinator.

Important Information for All Classes:

*Classes must be paid by 25th of previous month *No make-up classes *Leotards or t-shirts and gym shorts or pants required (no zippers or buttons) *No jewelry *Long hair must be tied back *Cubbies provided for shoes, etc.

No Classes:

May 29th-31st, June 30th, July 1st-4th, August 25th-31th

Open Gym: Experience gymnastics without being in a structured class. Your child can try out the equipment and learn how it is used and jump into some fun. No prior class experience needed. NO clothes with zippers, snaps or buttons please. Fridays 10:15am-11:00am Ages: walking to 7 yrs $3 Drop-in First Saturday of each month 12:00 pm-12:45 pm Ages: walking to 12 yrs $3 drop-in

Open Gym Punch Cards:

Gymnastics Fees and Payments:

Save a little time and money when you purchase a gymnastics punch card for the open gym classes. Purchase a 5 visit punch card & get the 6th visit free.

Monthly fees are due by the 25th of the preceding month. Gymnasts will not be let into class without prior payment.

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Fee: $15/6 Punches

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Gymnastics C.A.R.A. Competitive Gymnastics

The Carbon Valley Recreation District participates in a gymnastics league called C.A.R.A. It offers a recreation based gymnastics league. Training and skill development is a year-round program in which we prepare for competition. Gymnasts must be between the ages of seven and eighteen in order to compete in this program. Currently there are about 35 girl’s teams and 7 boy’s teams participating in the C.A.R.A. gymnastics program.

Gymnastics Birthday Parties

Enjoy 45 minutes of exclusive use of our gymnastics facility, followed by cake and presents (not provided) in our party room for 45 minutes. All paid participants must be close in age. Book your gymnastics party at least 2 weeks in advance at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center or the Carbon Valley Gymnastics Center. Must book in person. Exceptions cannot be made. Party times are on Saturdays at 1pm or 3pm $130 for up to 10 guests $8 each additional guest (up to 15 total)

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Gymnastics Gymnastics Classes TINY TOTS-2 Year Olds

LITTLE EXPLORERS- 3 Year Olds

Enroll your little romper in this tumbling class turn their world into an activity that teaches coordination, flexibility, strength, and social skills through a variety of methods. Child must be accompanied by parent or other responsible adult. Children not enrolled must sit on the side or be placed in childcare.

Give your furniture a rest! Let your little explorer use up some of their energy with us. This class encourages your child to be independent from mom and dad. Your child will begin to learn some fundamentals of gymnastics while developing coordination and self-confidence. Child must be 3 years old by first class.

Mondays 9:15-10:00 am Fees: $28/R/$34NR Monthly

Little Stars - 4-5 Year Olds This class is designed to take your 4 or 5 year old one step higher than the Little Explorers class while working on skills to pre-pare for the Advanced Beginners class. Child must be 4 years old by first class. Mon 11:15-12:10pm Mon 1:00-1:55pm Mon 6:15-7:10pm Tues 10:15-11:10am Wed 5:15-6:10pm Wed] 6:15-7:10pm Thurs 9:15-10:10am Thurs 10:15-11:10am Fri 9:15-10:10am Fri 1:00-1:55pm Fri 4:15-5:10pm Sat 9-9:55am Fee: $36R/$43NR Monthly

Mon 10:15-11:00 am Tue 9:15-10:00 am Wed 4:30-5:15 pm Wed 6:30-7:15 Thur 10:15-11:00am Fri 9:15-10:00 am Sat 11:15-12:00 pm Fees: $31R/$37NR Monthly

Hot Shots - 6 & 7 Year Olds This level features more gymnastics oriented structure. Boys and girls will begin to learn specific skills, building upon body awareness and coordination leading up to the Advanced Beginners class. Child must be 6 years old by first class. Mon 4:15-5:15pm Tues 6:15-7:15pm Wed 4:15-5:15pm Thurs 6:15-7:15pm Fri 5:15-6:15pm Sat 10-11am

BEGINNERS- 8-15 Year Olds

Fee: $41R/$49NR Monthly

This level is the same at the Hot Shots level only with older kids focusing on specific skills, building upon body awareness and coordination leading up to the Advanced Beginners class. Child must be 8 years old by first class. Mon 5:15-6:15 pm Tue 6:15-7:15 pm Wed 5:15-6:15 pm Thur 6:15-7:15 pm Fees: $41R/$49NR Monthly

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Gymnastics ADVANCED LITTLE STARS- 4-6 Years Gymnasts will build on skills learned from the basic skill level classes. They will focus on the primary gymnastics skills to build a firm foundation for progression into the Intermediate class. INSTRUCTORS CONSENT ONLY. Mon 2:00-2:55 pm Mon 6:15-7:10 pm Thur 4:15-5:10 pm Fees: $36R/$43NR Monthly BOYS ROCKETS- 5 & 6 YEAR OLDS Boys will get the basic skills needed on all 6 pieces of men’s gymnastics equipment. Here they will gain the strength, flexibility, and balance needed for the Boy’s Pre-Team level. Rockets-Tuesdays 4:15-5:15 pm Fees: $43R/$52NR Monthly

BOYS LIGHTNING -7-16 YEAR OLDS Boys will get the basic skills needed on all 6 pieces of men’s gymnastics equipment. Here they will gain the strength, flexibility, and balance needed for the Boy’s Pre-Team level.

ADVANCED BEGINNERS Gymnasts will build on skills learned from the basic skill level classes. They will focus on the primary gymnastics skills to build a firm foundation for progression into the Intermediate class. INSTRUCTORS CONSENT ONLY. Tue 4:15-5:15 pm Thur 5:15-6:15 pm Sat 11 am-12 pm Fees: $43R/$52NR Monthly

INTERMEDIATE For gymnasts who have mastered the Advanced Beginners or Advanced Little Stars class. This class focuses on more advanced skills and tricks in the four areas of women’s gymnastics. INSTRUCTORS CONSENT ONLY. Tue 5:15-6:15 pm Thur 4:15-5:15 pm Sat 11am-12 pm Fees: $43R/$52NR Monthly

Wed 5:15-6:15 pm Fees: $43R/$52NR Monthly

Carbon Valley Gymnastics Team

Team participation is skill based. Participants must have instructor consent. Contact our Gymnastics Coordinator for more information.

Girls & Boys Compulsory Level Teams (Ages 7+) Girls and boys perform beginning level routines as established by the CARA league with perfection, accuracy, and control.

Girls Pre-Team & Boys Pre-Team (Ages 6+)

Our pre-team program will prepare gymnasts for our competitive team levels. Focus will be on skills necessary for flexibility and strength.

Girls Optionals Team-(Ages 7+)

Girls perform and computer individual routines with strength, flexibility, and grace.

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Active Seniors 55+

For More Information Contact Active Adults Coordinator

303.833.2739

Mission Statement: We as a group, strive to value every person, 55+, by providing fitness, wellness, education and social opportunities to enhance the individuals’ health and leisure concepts for a lifetime.

Senior Center Hours of Operation:

Monday-Friday 8am-4pm

Transportation If you are in need of transportation to medical appointments or grocery store/drug store, call Senior Resource Services at 970-352-9348. You must call and arrange this at least 3 days in advance.

Annual Senior Membership:

Your membership includes: zz low fare bus trips zz discounted lunch rates zz free fitness & water aerobic classes zz use of the Senior Center during business hours zz during business hours on Fridays you get access to the Recreation Center zz lots of opportunities to meet new faces, develop friendships and have fun With purchase of a Senior Center Membership receive a 30% discount off of the listed Recreation Center fees. This includes full use of the facility, any type of pass, punch card or annual membership. Senior Membership must be purchased before July 1st to receive the 30% discount.

Rates:

$45/R per year $65/NR per year

Lunch & Learn Guest Speakers We are pleased to present guest speakers from various providers from in-home care, medical & financial experts, and other valuable resources. They will be in-house to answer questions in the lobby during Wednesday’s lunches! Presenters will be announced monthly.

Friday Afternoon Movie Matinee May 9th~ June 13th July 11th ~ August 8th

Second Friday of every month at the Senior Center, starting at 1:30 pm. Movie showing will be announced in the monthly newsletter.

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Active Seniors 55+ Mini Resources Fair

May 7th 11am-1pm (Wednesday). We need vendors to showcase their services. There will be a $15 fee for a table. Limited space is available, sign up at the Senior Center.

Monthly Health Talks by Encompass Home Health Care Universal Goals of Seniors:

• Successfully and gracefully age in place • Remain functional & regain a joy of life • Maintain a level of independence and dignity Avoid unnecessary hospitalizations and nursing home placement •

Preserve other Medicare resources and benefits

Medicare and Home Health enables seniors to just that! Learn more about maximizing your benefits while staying at home! Encompass Home Health one of our nation’s leading Home Health Care providers with unprecedented results with their patients! The 4th Monday of each month at 10:15am, Encompass has teamed up with your Active Adult Center to do requested monthly health talks. Topics such as bone density & osteoporosis, hip, shoulder, knee surgeries, fall prevention, diabetic education, low vision and much more. No RSVP will be need. For more info please contact Sherri Klotz at 720-341-7976 or SKlotz@EHHI.com

Loan Closet

The Carbon Valley Senior Center has a limited amount of wheelchairs, crutches, walkers, shower stools, toilet raisers, etc. for loan. The American Legion has items also and can be reached at 303-833-3878.

Volunteer Opportunities

We need volunteers to answer phones and greet people Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 11 am-1 pm. Volunteers keep track of their volunteer hours with RSVP when volunteering. Recording sheets will be available at the front desk. Sign up for RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program).

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Active Active SeniorsAdults 55+ 55+ Wednesdays Lunch

Day: Every Wednesday Time: 12:00 pm (noon) non-member/$4 member & SilverSneakers®(with swipe of card) $7 non-member & SilverSneakers® (with the swipe of card).Join us for a hot meal. Members to save on your lunch fee! Menus will be available the first of each month along with a monthly program review. Cost: $7.00 member/ $10.00 Reservations for lunches must be made the preceding Tuesday by 1:00 p.m.

Birthday Celebrations!

The 2nd Wednesday of each month is “BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION LUNCH.” If it is your birthday during that month, you will be entered into a drawing for a free lunch. Cake, complete with candles, will be provided. Let’s all celebrate and sing “Happy Birthday to You!”

Anniversary Celebrations!

We now celebrate wedding anniversaries on the 2nd Wednesday of eachmonth during lunch so let us know when yours falls in the month of celebrations! After lunch - 1:00 pm (approx) Stay every Wednesday after the lunch to play Bridge, Scrabble, Dominos, Mexican Train and more. We need experienced folks to show us.

Lunch With A Librarian

Librarians from the Carbon Valley Regional Library will come to the Carbon Valley Senior Luncheon once a month to check out books, DVD’s, issue library cards, and answer questions. Every 3rd Wednesday @11am

Thursday Weld County Senior Nutrition Lunch Program

This meal will be served at the Recreation Center every Thursday in the Multipurpose Room @ noon. ALL seniors 60 plus are welcome. There is a $3 suggested donation per meal. Any guest under 60 will be charged $10 for the cost of the meal. Meals are prepared by the UNC Dining Services and are nutritionally planned meeting 33 1/3% of recommended dietary intake. Menus can be viewed at www.weldaaa.org You MUST phone in reservations by 11am the Wednesday before at 303-8333660 (Rec Center). Call 303-833-2739 for details if you are interested in volunteering for this program.

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Active Seniors 55+ Blood Pressure Checks

Before lunch have your blood pressure taken on a regular basis by your local firefighters. 4th Wednesday of the month @11:30 am

SilverSneakers®

Check with the Front desk to see if your insurance company is a participant of the Healthways Program that would make you SilverSneaker® eligible. If you have Humana, Kaiser, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota, Secure Horizons from Pacific Care and AARP supplemental as your medical health plan come check us out! SilverSneakers® Classic Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement and activity for daily living skills. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball are offered for resistance, and a chair is used for seated and/or standing support. Held in Fitness Room. Days: Mondays and Wednesdays Time: 10:00-10:45 am Day: Mondays 10:00-10:45am SilverSneakers® Circuit Combine fun and fitness to increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout. Upper body strength work using hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball is alternated with non-impact aerobic choreography. A chair is offered for support, head to toe stretching, and complete relaxation in a comfortable position. Held in Fitness Room. Days: Fridays Time: 10:00-10:45 am

SilverSneakers® Splash®

Splash offers LOTS of fun and shallow water moves to improve agility, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. Swimming ability is not required, and a special SilverSneakers® kickboard is used to develop strength, balance and coordination. Day: Tuesdays Time: 10:00am-10:45 am *Remember anyone can attend these classes even non-SilverSneakers® with a day pass or Recreation Center membership.

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Active Seniors 55+ Special Programming Events Cancer Support Meets the second Monday of every month from 11am to 12:30 pm. Meets at the Prairie Green Club House. This caring and sharing group meets with those that have had or presently have cancer. Facilitator: Jane Dick

Carbon Valley Seniors Red Hat “Embers” The ladies of the Active Adults meet the 4th Thursday of the month for a variety of fun activities and lunch gatherings at area restaurants. You may join any time. If taking the bus, the cost is $4. G.I. Coffee Hour Day: Fridays Time: 9:30 am Stop at the Senior Center for coffee and catch up on the latest news with other veterans. It’s all about sharing! We will have snacks or something sweet to go along with the wake-up “black gold .” Computer Assistance By appointment only {Please make an appointment at the center} Free for members of the Senior Center. Meet with Gloria for a oneon-one help with computers. Basics to spread sheets; she can get you started. Open Gym Days! Features Pickle Ball, Basketball, and Corn Hole. Learn a new sport… just for the health of it. Dates to be announced.

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Grief Support Group This group is to assist in the grieving process. If you have lost a spouse, friend or loved one, consider joining this informal discussion group. (Bring a brown bag lunch or sack if this is your lunch hour. We will provide the drinks). Meets the second and fourth Friday of each month 1:00 pm-2:30 pm at the Prairie Greens Club House. Led by Merv and Jane Dick. Senior Weight Room Orientation In conjunction with the monthly SilverSneakers® juice bar CVPRD staff for a specialized weight room orientation session. Learn the basics of the machines and how to perform safe, fun and effective exercises. Day: Last Friday of every Month Time: 9:15am – 10:15am Cost: Use your Membership or Drop-in fee. SilverSneakers® Coffee/Juice Bar Multipurpose Room at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center for a variety of fruit juices, fruit, pastries and a whole lot of shared conversation. Make a few new friends as you rejuvenate! SilverSneakers® participants, please swipe your card! Day: the last Friday of the month Time: 8:00 am-11:00 am

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M ay T rips Cirque Du Soleil presents “Varekai” “Deep within a forest, at the summit of a volcano, exists an extraordinary world - a world where something else is possible. A world called Varekai.” Visit a captivating forest inhabited by whimsical and enchanted creatures in another amazing Cirque Du Soleil show! May 1, 2014 Cost: Member, Resident $39.50 Member, Non Res. $40.50 Non-Member $41.50 Time: 6:00 pm (Show begins at 7:30 pm) 10:30-approx. return time Registration Deadline: Call today to be added Black Hawk Gambling Trip Back by popular demand! Try your luck up in the Hills! We start out at Lady Luck Casino, but you are free to visit any casino of your choosing. Meals at your own expense. May 13, 2014 Cost: Member, Resident $9 Member, Non Res. $11 Non-Member $13 Time: 9:30 am departure 4:00-approx. return time Registration Deadline: May 3, 2014

Colorado Rockies vs. San Francisco Giants Come out to the ball game and root for the home team as the Colorado Rockies take on the San Francisco Giants in an afternoon game! May 22, 2014 Cost: Member, Resident $14.25 Member, Non Res. $15.25 Non-Member $16.25 Time: 12:00 pm departure (Game at 1:10 pm) 6:00-approx. return time Registration Deadline: May 5, 2014 Nissi’s Live Music & Bistro Enjoy great good and the cool sounds of “When It Was.” A tribute to the legends of jazz and standards of the past at Lafayette’s hidden treasure! Dinner at your own expense. Date: May 29, 2014 Time: 6:00 pm departure (Show at 7:30) 10:00 pm-approx. return time Cost: Member, Resident $12 Member, Non Res. $13 Non-Member $14 Registration Deadline: May 19, 2014

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Lunch at the Baldpate Inn

Loveland Museum & Mo’ Betta Gumbo

Enjoy 97 years of enchanting history at the quaint little bed & breakfast named after the mystery novel,  “Seven Keys to Baldpate” by Earl Derr Biggers Afterwards, visit the “Key Room” that houses a collection boasting over 20,000 keys! Soup, salad & dessert buffet at your own expense. June 20, 2014 Cost: Member, Resident $4 Member, Non Res. $5 Non-Member $6 Time: 10:00 am departure 3:30 pm-approx. return time Registration Deadline: June 10, 2014

Nationally accredited, the Loveland museum is over 75 years old. Enjoy this gallery in a family-friendly atmosphere. Afterwards, enjoy a little Cajun fair at Mo’ Betta Gumbo! Lunch at your own expense. June 6, 2014 Cost: ($5.00 at Museum for special attraction tickets, donations encouraged for general admission) Member, Resident $4 Member, Non Res. $5 Non-Member $6 Time: 9:30 am departure 2:00-approx. return time Registration Deadline: May 27, 2014 ]

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Hammond Candy Factory Tour Unlock your inner sweet tooth on a Hammond’s complimentary candy factory tours. Tours are fun and educational for candy lovers of all ages! Hundreds of thousands of people from across the globe have seen how the famous, handcrafted candy canes, ribbon candy, and lollipops are pulled, twisted, and shaped by hand – just like they were in 1920. Lunch at your own expense. June 10, 2014 Cost: Member, Resident $4 Member, Non Res. $5 Non-Member $6 Time: 9:30 am departure 2:00 pm-approx. return time

Downtown Aquarium Enjoy a self-guided tour through the aquarium boasting more than a million gallons of underwater exhibits that highlight fascinating ecosystems around the world. Lunch at your own expense. July 15, 2014 Cost: Member, Resident $13 Member, Non Res. $14 Non-Member $15 Time: 9:30 am departure 3:30 pm-approx. return time Registration Deadline: July 5, 2014

Registration Deadline: May 31, 2014

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Active Seniors 55+ Hover Home & Oskar Blues

Maggiano’s

Longmont history comes to life in a tour of the historic Hover home. Afterwards, enjoy a little music with your lunch at Oskar Blues! July 11, 2014 Cost: Member, Resident $4 Member, Non Res. $5 Non-Member $6 Time: 9:30 am departure 2:00 pm-approx. return time Registration Deadline: July 1, 2014

Enjoy the taste of “Little Italy” at this family-style restaurant. Choose from a variety of delicious dishes. Bring your appetite! Dinner at your own expense. August 15, 2014 Cost: Member, Resident $4 Member, Non Res. $5 Non-Member $6 Time: 4:30 pm-departure 8:00 pm-approx. return time Registration Deadline: August 5, 2014

Black Hawk Gambling Trip Back by popular demand! Try your luck up in the Hills! We start out at Lady Luck Casino, but you are free to visit any casino of your choosing. Meals at your own expense. July 25, 2014 Cost: Member, Resident $9 Member, Non Res. $11 Non-Member $13 Time: 9:30 am- departure 3:30 pm- approx. return time Registration Deadline: July 15, 2014 ]

August T rips Wild Animal Sanctuary & the Pepper Pod Take a walk on the wild side at The Wild Animal Sanctuary! Bring your camera! Afterwards, cool down and enjoy lunch at the Pepper Pod. Lunch at your own expense. August 1, 2014 Cost: Member, Resident $19 Member, Non Res. $20 Non-Member $21 Time: 9:00 am-departure 4:00 pm-approx. return time Registration Deadline: July 22, 2014

Celestial Seasonings Tour & the Leaning Tree Soothe your soul with a cup of tea and lunch as we tour the Celestial Seasoning factory in Boulder. Afterwards, visit the Leaning Tree’s Art display and shop! Lunch on your own. August 19, 2014 Cost: Member, Resident $4 Member, Non Res. $5 Non-Member $6 Time: 10:00 am-departure 2:00 pm-approx. return time Registration Deadline: August 9, 2014

Transportation If you are in need of transportation to medical appointments or grocery store/drug store, call Senior Resource Services at 970-352-9348. You must call and arrange this at least 3 days in advance.

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what’s happening in the

Community Sandbox

Frederick Fishing Clinic: Join the Frederick Police Department and Colorado Parks & Wildlife to learn about fishing and enjoy the great outdoors. Dates: May 3 (Sat) Location: Frederick Recreation Area Time: 8:30 am - 12:00 pm Visit www.frederickco.gov for complete details

GO VOTE CVPRD Board of Directors Election Day MAY 6, 2014: At the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. The polls open at 7:00am and close 7:00pm

TEEN SUMMER SALE Teens can purchase a Quarterly Youth Pass and get May FREE! Come spend your summer at the recreation center. Don't miss out on all the fun! •Must present high school ID or be 13-18 years of age to qualify •Quarterly Pass valid May 1-August 22 •Sale runs April 1 through May 23 Carbon Valley Half Marathon: For complete info and registration: www.cvhalfmarathon.org Email: director@cvhalfmarathon.org Also on Facebook www.facebook.com/CarbonValleyHalfMarathon. Register & Run! Half Marathon (13.1 miles) or Fun Run 5k; run as a Team! 2-4 can divide it up and have a ball. Spread the word that we are running for Autism Research. Date: May 17 Time: 8:00 am

Carbon Valley Park & Rec District 10th Anniversary : Live band, food trucks, BMX exhibition, bounce house, mini triathalon challenge! Free to Public! Come in and try classes, observe or participate. See Ad on page 37 for details.

Food & Flick Fridays: See full schedule of dates and movies on page 6.

Community Safety Day: Hosted by Frederick-Firestone Fire District Location: Senior/Gymnastics Center When: August 16th, 2014 Time: 10 am to 2:00 pm

The Frederick Market: Thursdays 4:00-8:00pm June - September. See complete details on page 38.

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701 5th Street ● 303.833.3660 ● www.recdistrict.com

Need a Job? Keep checking at recdistrict.com for current job postings. Looking for the latest classes, update schedules and information on programs? Recdistrict.com has the latest happenings for the Rec Center, Senior Center and the Gymnastics Center. Parents you can now relax when your kids are at the Rec Center this summer. We are proud to announce our new Healthy Bytes Vending Machines with healthy options, including some gluten free choices!


what’s happening in the

Community Sandbox Puppy-Palooza Take a fun little jaunt with your favorite four legged friend. This will be an obstacle race for you and your fuzzy partner, your cat or dog! We will have an obstacle course set up behind the rec center. Hope you don't mind getting a little dirty! This event will be held to benefit and create awareness for local pet hospitals. July 12, 2014 12pm-3pm Fee: $10

Frederick In Flight and Tour De Flight Bike Ride: June 21st & 22nd at Centennial Park at Daybreak. See ad on page 38. Hunter’s Safety Classes: Hunter safety classes will once again be held at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. Register online, classes are limited to 60 and fill up fast. Cash or Check only. Make check payable to CVPRD Dates: June 14th (Sat) or July 26th (Sat) Time: 9:00 am-5:00 pm (1 hour lunch) Cost: $10R/$12NR

Firecracker 5k July 4th, 8:00 am. Register on line at recdistrict.com. For complete details see ad on page 46.

BXM Mile High Nationals The BMX High Nationals return to Dacono August 1st-3rd. See page 39 for details.

*All pets must have current vaccinations and license.

Relay For Life: Relay For Life of Carbon Valley is July 12th-13th, 2014 at Hart Park in Firestone. The Opening Ceremony is at 5:00 pm on Saturday, July 12 and ends around 7:00 am on Sunday morning. In addition to the relay there will be a Cancer Survivor & Caregiver Dinner on Friday, July 11th. Teams and Cancer Survivors can register on our website: www.cvrelayforlife.org or for questions and/or more info, email us at RelayForLifeCV@gmail.com

Weld County Food Bank: The Weld County Mobile Food Pantry will be here once a month distributing food on the first Thursday of every month. All are welcome, no questions asked. We are also looking for volunteers to help distribute food and sign people in on these days. Location: Carbon Valley Gymnastics/Senior Center 6615 Frederick Way Frederick, CO 80530 Time: 12:00 pm-2:00 pm

Strongman Test your might in an old fashioned strongman competition. Open to men and women over the ages of 18. Events will include farmers carry, truck pull, keg toss, and more. Date: August 9th 12-3pm Fee: $25 Pre-registration is required for this event. Registration deadline: July 26

701 5th Street ● 303.833.3660 ● www.recdistrict.com

Carbon Valley Music Festival: The 7th annual Carbon Valley Music Festival is scheduled for Saturday, August 2. Enjoy the beer garden food vendors and activities for kids. See page 39 for details.

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Get out and Play in Frederick this summer! The Frederick Market Thursdays June-September 4-8pm 5th Street in Downtown Frederick

Tour de Flight Community Bike Ride

June 21st For more information and to register visit www.recdistrict.com or visit the Rec Center

The Carbon Valley Park & Recreation District is a proud sponsor of the Tour de Flight and The Frederick Market!

Check out other great Frederick events this summer: Frederick in Flight June 21st & 22nd Centennial Park Daybreak June 21 - 5-9pm Downtown Frederick

Downtown Sounds June: 12 & 26 July: 10 & 24 August: 14 & 28 September: 11 & 26

6-8pm in Crist Park

For more information about any Frederick events, please visit www.frederickco.gov or call 720-382-5500.

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CITY OF DACONO HAPPENINGS for detailed information visit: http://usabmx.com

BMX MILE HIGH NATIONALS AUGUST 1st-3rd, 2014 Proud Sponsor of BMX Mile High Nationals

7th Annual Carbon Valley Music Festival Friday and Saturday, August 1&2, 2014

A two day city celebration at Centennial Field under the blue water tower. Enjoy the beer garden, activities for the kids, and food vendors. For more information visit: www.cityofdacono.com

CITY WIDE GARAGE SALE

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Residents throughout the City of Dacono

are encouraged to hold coordinated garage sales on Saturday, June 21. Residents may register individual, multi-family or block garage sales. Signs are available. The citywide sale will be advertised in local newspapers, and on the city’s website and Facebook page. For more information visit: www.cityofdacono.com


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Tired of sitting on the bench or not getting enough game time? Want a sport that includes everyone no matter their ability, age, or gender?

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BMX is family, fun, friendships, goals, racing, team or individual, sportsmanship, traveling, exercise, and much, much more!

~~~~~~~~~~~~ Home track to BMX Olympian David Herman, A Pro and Track Operator

DACONO BMX Beginner BMX’er? Or looking to further your skills by joining a team for some consistent coaching?

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Coaches Deak Brown and Ryan Dowd can take you to the next level!

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Practice: Thursday’s from 5-7 Cost: $75 *USABMX membership required https://www.usabmx.com/site/sections/77

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For more information contact: Charity Dostal racingbmx1@gmail.com

Deak Brown.

~~~~~~~~~~~ Address: 113 S. Forest St. Dacono, Co. 80514

~~~~~~~~~~ Schedule: Tuesday- Gate Practice-$5 Saturday- Racing-$10 *Check FB page for current updates to schedule *USABMX membership required to ride track *Free new rider clinic with USABMX membership purchase @ Dacono BMX

~~~~~~~~~~ Private practices throughout the week. To schedule or rent track time for your group, contact Deak Brown @ deakallenbrown@aol.com

~~~~~~~~~~ DATES TO REMEMBER: OPENING DAY- April 26th, 2014 *Ride the newly designed Dacono track TEAM DACONO PIC

OLYMPIC DAY- June 21st, 2014 *Come meet Dacono’s Olympian, David Herman. Races this day are free, must have USABMX membership or one day.

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STATE QUALIFIER AND BOB WARNICKY July 19th-20th

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Facility & Conduct

kidzone childcare E N O Z D K HOURS OF OPERATION

MONDAY-FRIDAY 8:00AM-12:30PM

MONDAY-THURSDAY 4:00PM-8:45PM

SATURDAY 8:00AM-12:00PM

FEE: KidZone rate $2/hour per child. Members get 1 hr. free. Punch Passes available.

CLOSED SUNDAYS

EXPLORATION ZONE STORY ZONE ACTIVE ZONE ZONE MOVIE ZONE GAMING ZONE SOCIAL ZONE parents must remain on site while child is in KidZone

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Join us for fun activities that help us explore new ideas and concepts within our monthly theme. We’ll explore science projects and other activities as we discover and learn. Tuesdays: 4:30-5:30pm; Thursdays: 10:00-10:30am; Saturdays: 9:00-9:45am Join us for a fun theme-based story time with book readings, theme songs, and interactive games or activities that center on the books. Kids can build early literacy skills while practicing social skills and having a great time exploring new books and ideas. Each week we’ll read a new book. Tuesdays: 10:30-11:30am Join us for a high energy physical activity. This is a great way to exercise those muscles, practice large motor skills, and practice coordination. We’ll focus on being active while having fun. Wednesdays: 9:00-9:45am; Fridays 9:00-9:45am, Saturdays 11:00-11:30 Enjoy creative crafts and art projects. Join us as we paint, glue, and create pieces centered around our monthly theme. Our focus is on learning new artistic mediums, expressing creativity, developing fine motor skills and having fun. Mondays: 6:30-7:30pm and 11:00am-12:00pm; Fridays: 11:00am-12:00pm; Saturdays: 8:15-8:45am. Come watch a movie with your KidZone friends. Pajamas, pillows and blankets are welcome! We’ll provide goldfish for snacks. 1st, 3rd and 5th Wednesday of each month: 7:00-8:20pm. Join us for games and fun. Classic board and card games will be played, as well as some fun surprises each time. 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month: 6:00-8:00pm. Join us for fun and social activities that focus on building social skills, having fun with friends and engaging in positive social behavior while building friendships through team games, parties, and more. Saturdays: 10:15-10:45 am.

maximum capacity: 20 children ages 1-7

more info: 303.833.3660 x108 or Kylie@recdistrict.com

701 5th Street ● 303.833.3660 ● www.recdistrict.com


Facility & Conduct We’re Here When You Need Us Nothing is more important than your health or the health of your loved ones. Our team of highly trained, knowledgeable and personable doctors are here to provide exceptional medical care for your entire family — all within a beautifully equipped and modern medical facility.

PRIMARY CARE Family Medicine

Dr. Julie Fischer

Dr. Robert Nouhan

Pediatric Medicine

Dr. Nicky Theiss

Dr. Katie Dueber

Dr. Wade Heinrichs

SPECIALTY CARE Allergy & Immunology

Dr. Shoban Davé

Dr. Krishna Murthy

Dermatology

Obstetrics/Gynecology

Dr. Scott Clark

Dr. Heidi Pomfret

ON-SITE SERVICES LAB :: X-RAY :: OB ULTRASOUND :: WALK-IN URGENT CARE ON WEEKENDS

BEAT THE RUSH SCHEDULE YOUR SCHOOL PHYSICALS IN EARLY SUMMER!

URGENT CARE WEEKEND HOURS: SAT 9 - 4 • SUN 10 - 4

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Facility & Conduct MEMBERSHIP AND DROP-IN FEES Annual Monthly, Quarterly, and/or Punch Card Memberships include full use of the facility and access to most scheduled drop in fitness and aqua classes. See schedule on page 2 for details. Membership Card must be presented to front desk at check in. Replacement Membership cards are $5.00 PUNCH CARD Patrons that purchase a punch card will have full use of the facility and access to all scheduled drop-in fitness and Aqua class within one visit. (not included: Dance, Gymnastics, Swim Lessons, some Aqua Fitness classes, Zumba, Pilates and outside activities). Purchase one card per person. AGE POLICY Must be 10 years of age or older to be without parent or guardian in the Rec Center. DRINKS ALLOWED IN WORKOUT AREAS: Water and Sports Drinks. PAYMENT FOR WEEKLY CLASSES Most classes that are offered on a weekly basis are to be paid using a membership card, a punch card or the drop-in fee. WEIGHT/CARDIO ROOM & YOUTH WAIVER Patrons 14-17 years will need a waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian and complete an orientation for the weight and cardio room areas. Patrons 14 & 15 in addition to completion of waiver and orientation will need to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian when participating in the weight and cardio room areas. Teens will be issued a facility card and asked to present upon entering the facility. Lost cards will be replaced for $2.00.

for teams playing shirts and skins or sports bras. Bottoms: We recommend Althletic pants or shorts be worn, at all times. Pants or shorts with adornments (revits, zippers, etc) that could catch or tear workout equipment are not permitted. Shorts and pants should be long enough to cover any exposed skins or undergarments and shold not sag to reveal skin or undergarments. Shoes: Athletic type shoes that are close toed and cover the entire foot are required to be warn at all times in all work out areas and gyms/courts. Cleats, sandals or flip flops are not acceptable footwear when working out. We ask that you are considerate and not wear shoes that will cause marks or streaks on our hardwood floor surfaces.

REC CENTER BIRTHDAY PARTY PACKAGES $70R/$84NR Includes 1-1/2 hours rental at the Recreation Center (including set-up & clean-up) of one half of the multi-purpose rooms plus a day pass to the Recreation Center for 20 children or less. An additional fee of $1.50 per additional persons (all adults & extra children) will be assessed. Party participants may swim before & after the gathering in the party room. Payment is due at the time of reservation. Damage deposits must be in the form of a check. Rental refund: Parties can cancel one week prior to scheduled date for full refund less10% processing fee. NON-PROFIT/GROUP PACKAGE (for 10 or more participants) This is a daily drop-in rate and does not include rental of rooms. $2.75R/$3.50NR per youth $3.75R/$4.50NR per adult $2.75R/$3.50NR per senior

Friday 3p-4:30p 5p-6:30p 7p-8:30p

Saturday 10a-11:30a 12p-1:30p 2:00p-3:30p

Sunday 12:30-2p 2p-3:30p 2:30p-4p

CUSTOMER DRESS CODE In order to m aintain a healthy, safe environment, guests of the Recreation District are required to abide by the following guidelines while using the facility. Please refer to the Pool Rules for the Aquatic Dress code. District employees/or staff members will enforce these dress requirements, and have the final discretion.

NO ALCOHOL/NO DRUGS Stay off CVPRD premises if you are under the influence of any drug or alcohol. This is for your safety and the safety of others. The staff & Board thank you for your cooperation.

Tops: Shirts are to be worn at all times, and must fully cover the entire torso area. Exceptions will not be made

DISTRICT RESIDENCY INFO: Check map at Recdistrict.com.

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Facility & Conduct SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships are available for applicable programs. See the front desk for a complete list of qualifying programs. Scholarship intake approval form can be obtained from the front desk. There will be a 2 week approval process. Approval is necessary prior to registration for any program, class or activity. Return completed forms 2 weeks prior to registration for any program, class or activity and are subject to approval. Scholarships are allotted for up $100 per person per calendar year at a rate of 25% off per activity. Scholarships cannot be combined with sales, Rec Bucks or other promotions. No refunds granted on scholarship accounts. REFUNDS A 10 % processing fee will be collected on all check refund requests. Requests for refunds will take up to 2 weeks to process depending on the timing of the refund request. Rental refund parties can cancel one week prior to scheduled date for full refund less 10% processing fee. LOST AND FOUND ITEMS The Carbon Valley Recreation Center is not responsible for lost or stolen articles. All personal items need to be left in a secured location. The Lost & Found is located at the front desk in the main building. All items will be held for 30 days. Items that are deemed of value (i.e. phones, jewelry, personal electronics, wallets, etc.), will immediately be recorded and placed in a safe location. EQUIPMENT CHECK-OUT An Equipment Check Out card must be purchased for $2.00 to check out facility gym equipment. Equipment card does not expire, equipment check out card and or membership card must be presented to check out equipment. Membership is not needed to purchase equipment check out card. Lost cards will be replaced for $2.00. EXCLUSIVE AFTER HOURS RENTAL Rental of the whole facility is $125/hr $150/hr per hour plus $10 per hour per Staff needed to be present during event. (lifeguards, Guest Service Lead, etc.) Price and hours of staff will be at the discretion of management and will be disclosed to the renter prior to renting the facility. Reservations for after hour parties may be made during the third and fourth weekends of the month, after hours rentals must be made 3 weeks prior to renting the facility desired to event date. Contact Guest Services or management to book your party. Payment of the facility and $100 damage deposit in a form of a check must be made before the party can be booked. FACILITY RENTAL All facility rentals and equipment usage are subject to the availability and prior approval. Setup, clean-up & proper supervision of participants are the responsibility of the renter. Rental accommodations can be made during regularly scheduled business hours, Damage deposit (check only) & full rental fee are due when reservation is made. There is $100 damage deposit (in form of check) is refundable on the day of party. If interested in renting, obtain a facility rental form from guest service. Rooms are for large groups or for gatherings, the lobby is for someone waiting or for snacking and relaxing, not an area available for parties. Thank You in advance for being courteous to others while in the lobby. Warrior/Miner’s room $30R/$36NR per hour

Full multi-purpose room & Lobby $90R/$108NR per hour

Whole Gymnasium $120R/$144NR per hour

Full multi-purpose room $60R/$72NR per hour

1/2 of Gymnasium $60R/$72NR per hour

Pool (After Hours Only) $80R/$96NR per hour

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Celebrate our country’s 238th birthday with a family 5K fun run/walk through the streets of Dacono, Frederick and finish at Hart Park in Firestone for the 4th of Firestone Celebration. Friday - July 4th, 8am shotgun start at Clem Dufour Park in Dacono. New this year, the race is a Bolder Boulder qualifying race with chipped timing. Registration: Online at www.recdistrict.com or in person at the Rec Center located at 701 5th St. Frederick. Race day registration will be available from 7:15-7:45 at race start with additional $5 fee. Age Divisions: 10 yrs. & under boys & girls combined 14 yrs. & under boys & girls combined 15-19 yrs. Men 15-19 yrs. Women 20-29 yrs. Men 20-29 yrs. Women 30-39 yrs. Men 30-39 yrs. Women 40-49 yrs. Men 40-49 yrs. Women 50-59 yrs. Men 50-59 yrs. Women 60 yrs. and over Men/Women combined

FEES: Pre- Registration includes t-shirts, race number and snacks after the race. $25R/$30NR advance registration $30R/$35 day of race registration. Prizes awarded to top finishers in all age divisions. Race packets should be picked up July 1st-July 3rd at the Rec Center. Transportation back to start provided at 8:45 am and 9:15 am only. This is not a certified course.

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701 FIFTH ST., FREDERICK

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