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APRIL - JULY 2017

Activities Guide

CARBON VALLEY PARKS AND RECREATION DISTRICT

REDUCE STRESS AND ENJOY THE OUTDOORS Free yoga in the park all summer

WHAT ARE YOUR KIDS DOING THIS SUMMER? Check out our new summer trips

SHAPE UP

Try our new group fitness classes


Easter

Carbon Valley Rotary

Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 15 I 1-2:30 pm

Hart Park, 467 Jackson Ave., Firestone Get your hunt on with 10,000 candy filled eggs and 750 special eggs to be exchanged for a free book! Meet the Easter Bunny and enjoy free activities for children. All ages are welcome. Visit www.cvprd.com for info.

Firecracker 5K Tuesday, July 4 I 8 am

Start your Independence Day with a scenic run on a brand new route along the Firestone Trail. Proceeds from the race benefit The Home Front Cares. All ages and levels welcome. Race fees: $20 before June 29, $25 race day For more information or to register visit www.cvprd.com.

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ZOMBIE Saturday, October 28 S wante d 2 - 5 pm Frederick Recreation Area

A RUN FOR YOUR LIVES

A wave of humans equipped with flags will have one minute to run before a wave of zombies is released to capture their flags. Test your speed, endurance, and strength while trying to outrun the zombies or catch the humans. A portion of the proceeds benefit traumatic brain research. For more information visit www.cvprd.com.


Table of Contents BMX

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Adult Sports

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Aquatics

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RECREATION CENTER

Facilities

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701 5th Street Frederick, CO 80530 303-833-3660

Fitness & Wellness

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Monday - Friday 5:30 am - 9 pm Saturday 8 am - 5 pm Sunday 10 am - 5 pm (closed last Sunday of the month) Pool closes 30 minutes prior to close of building.

Gymnastics

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KidZone

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Policies & Information

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6615 Frederick Way Frederick, CO 80530 Senior Center 303-833-2739 | Gymnastics 303-833-2765

Rates & Passes

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Rentals & Parties

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HOLIDAY CLOSURES

Youth Programs

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Youth Sports

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Senior/Adult Activities

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Facility Information

SENIOR CENTER / GYMNASTICS CENTER

Memorial Day May 29 Independence Day July 4 Labor Day September 4

ANNUAL MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING WEEK Recreation and Senior Center closed August 27 - September 4

Carbon Valley Recreation District CV Park & Rec Dist www.cvprd.com

Special Events (Inside cover)

GUIDE ABBREVIATIONS SC: Senior Center RC: Carbon Valley Recreation Center GC: Gymnastics Center FSC: Firestone Sports Complex

D: District residents ND: Non-District residents SCM: Senior Center Member FSF: Frederick Softball Field


R LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District is extremely proud to provide residents with the finest programming, services, and recreation facilities in the area. With summer just around the corner, the District has planned a wide variety of new and expanded program offerings for all ages. The CVPRD Board of Directors invites everyone to come in and join a class, program, or activity and explore services and opportunities provided by CVPRD. The District offers room rentals for events such as birthday parties, anniversary celebrations, wedding receptions, baby showers, and more at very affordable rates. Please contact the recreation center for more information, pricing, and availability. Summer is the perfect time to get engaged and enjoy everything CVPRD has to offer including drop-in programs, sports leagues, volunteer opportunities, and special events. The District partners with multiple organizations and agencies to better serve residents. The Tri-Towns, Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce, Frederick High School Booster Club, Weld County United Way, Boys and Girls Club of Weld County, Weld County Food Services, Special District Association of Colorado, and the Colorado Park and Recreation Association to name a few. The pool is certainly a welcome relief for those hot summer days. Please check out our open swim hours and stop by to cool off. Guest services staff are extremely knowledgeable and available to answer questions about the District. I invite you to call or better yet stop in for a visit and tour the facilities. We welcome comments, suggestions, and ideas to improve all aspects of Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District. Thank you for your support and participation.

Staff Directory Main Line 303-833-3660 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Ross Blackmer director@cvprd.com I 720-728-8441

RECREATION SUPERINTENDENT

Dana Bellomy dbellomy@cvprd.com I Ext. 110

AQUATICS SUPERVISOR

Kathy Lind klind@cvprd.com I Ext. 113

DISTRICT SERVICES SUPERVISOR

Debbie St. Michel dstmichel@cvprd.com I Ext. 112

PROGRAMS SUPERVISOR

Shelly Shipley sshipley@cvprd.com I Ext. 111

SENIOR/ADULT COORDINATOR

Alex Cox acox@cvprd.com I 303-833-2739

AQUATICS COORDINATOR

Melissa Porterfield mporterfield@cvprd.com I Ext. 120

ATHLETIC & FRONT DESK COORDINATOR

Randy Reed rreed@cvprd.com I Ext. 115

ATHLETIC & FRONT DESK COORDINATOR

Kelly Gray kgray@cvprd.com I Ext. 124

FITNESS, WELLNESS & YOUTH COORDINATOR

Suzi Shankweiler sshankweiler@cvprd.com I Ext. 114

GYMNASTICS COORDINATOR

Lynn Matthews lmatthews@cvprd.com I 303-833-2765 Ross Blackmer, Executive Director

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KIDZONE SPECIALIST

Hollie Kennedy hkennedy@cvprd.com I Ext. 121


All fees include use of the recreation center and drop-in fitness classes.

ADMISSION FEES & PASSES DAILY ADMISSION Age

ANNUAL PASS District

Non-District

Youth (5-17 years)

$200

$320

$6.50

Adult (18-54)

$350

$470

$5.50

Couple

$525

$645

Family up to 6*

$650

$770

$260

$340

Senior Couple**

$400

$520

Additional Child

$35

$95

Additional Adult

$70

$130

District

Non-District

Youth (5-17 years)

$3.00

$5.00

Adult (18-54)

$4.50

Senior 55+/Military

$3.50

20 VISIT PUNCH PASS Age

Senior 55+/Military

District

Non-District

Youth (5-17 years)

$50

$95

Adult (18-54)

$80

$120

Senior 55+/Military $60 $100 Expires 12 months from date of purchase. Non-refundable.

MONTHLY PASS Age

Senior center access included

Monthly billing available on annual passes (subject to a monthly processing fee).

ANNUAL PASS HOLDER BENEFITS

District

Non-District

Youth (5-17 years)

$20

$50

Adult (18-54)

$35

$65

Couple

$55

$85

Family up to 6*

$75

$105

Senior 55+/Military

$25

$50

Senior Couple** $45 $65 Expires monthly. Non-refundable. Additional family member $10.

As an annual pass holder you will receive full access to the recreation center. Inquire at the guest services desk for a tour of the premier health and wellness facility in Carbon Valley. • • • •

Free one hour daily admission to KidZone per child, per day (Family Annual Pass only) Four free day passes Complimentary weight room orientation Daily admission to more numerous drop-in fitness and aqua fitness classes

GROUP RATES

Group rates are for 10 or more people. Please call ahead to make a group reservation.

QUARTERLY PASS Age

Age

District

Non-District

Youth (5-17 years)

$55

$85

Adult (18-54)

$100

$130

Couple

$160

$190

Family up to 6*

$175

$205

Senior 55+/Military

$70

$90

Senior Couple** $130 Additional family member $10.

$160

Age

District

Non-District

4 and under

$1.50

$2.25

Youth (5-17 years)

$2.25

$3.50

Adult (18-54)

$3.75

$4.50

Senior 55+/Military

$2.75

$3.50

CORPORATE MEMBERSHIPS

For information about corporate rates call 303-833-3660.

GIFT CARDS

* Family is defined as two adults and four children under 18. Additional family members apply to family passes only.

Gift cards are available in any denomination.

** Add $50 per person to include Senior Center membership.

Bring the entire family for a fun day of swimming, fitness, and fun! Fee: $15 D, $20 ND for up to six family members. Additional members: $2.25 each. New rates apply May 7.

SUNDAY IS FAMILY DAY

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KIDZONE

Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District provides high quality care to children whose guardians are participating in on-site programs or using our facility. Children between the ages of 1 and 10 years-old are welcome in KidZone. Visits may not exceed more than two hours, no more than three hours in a 24 hour period. Free one-hour KidZone admission for annual family pass holders.

Hours of Operation

Monday - Saturday 8 am - 1:30 pm Monday - Thursday 3:30 - 8:30 pm Sunday Closed

District Fees (per child)

SUMMER Fun S A L E

May 1 – 31 Purchase a 20 punch card pass at regular price and get another 20 punches half off. Punch card expires 12 months from date of purchase.

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Drop in................................................................$1.25 per 30 minutes 22 (half hour) punch card...............................................................$25 44 (half hour) punch card...............................................................$50 Annual KidZone pass.....................................................$200/per child

$100 for each additional child

Non-District Fees (per child)

Drop in................................................................$1.50 per 30 minutes 22 (half hour) punch card...............................................................$30 44 (half hour) punch card...............................................................$60 Annual KidZone pass.....................................................$250/per child

$150 for each additional child

Annual family pass holders and Annual KidZone pass holders are allowed one hour per day, per child. Annual KidZone passes allow children to visit KidZone only, not other areas of facility. There is a five-minute grace period for picking up children. An additional half hour is charged for anything over the five minute grace period.

3 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER

ONLINE Register online at www.cvprd.com using our new registration software.

PHONE Call 303-833-3660 to register for any CVPRD program, activity, or event.

IN PERSON Register in person at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center, Senior Center, or Gymnastics Center


FACILITIES AND AMENITIES

RECREATION CENTER

303-833-3660 701 5th Street Frederick, CO 80530

A wide array of programs and services are offered at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. From swimming to weight lifting, we’ve got something for everyone.

FITNESS

GYMNASTICS CENTER

303-833-2765 6615 Frederick Way Frederick, CO 80530

The Carbon Valley Gymnastics Center includes a full size competition floor exercise, in ground tumble trak (trampoline) leading into the large foam pit, cargo net, a large variety of preschool equipment, and all the basic equipment for both boys and girls gymnastics programs.

Weight Room with various equipment Cardio room featuring state of the art equipment Fitness studio for cutting edge fitness classes Mind/Body studio for dance, yoga, pilates, tai chi, and more Elevated indoor track

SPORTS

Full court gymnasium for pickleball, basketball, volleyball, and drop-ins Racquetball court

AQUATICS

25 yard lap pool with two lap lanes, diving board, and rope swing Activity pool with fun play features including a lazy river, floating logs, water amenities, and frog slide Two-story body slide Hot tub with waterfall and jets

FACILITY

Massage room Kidzone child sitting area Multi-purpose rooms New and improved free WiFi

SENIOR CENTER

303-833-2739 6615 Frederick Way Frederick, CO 80530

The Carbon Valley Senior Center is open to seniors 55 years of age and older. The senior library offers a diverse selection of books and puzzles and the lounge is the perfect place to simply enjoy a cup of coffee and socialize. A computer is available for use during business hours. and variety of programs take place at the Senior Center throughout the week.

www.cvprd.com

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ROOM RENTALS AND PARTIES ROOM RESERVATIONS

Need space for a meeting, party, or special event? The Carbon Valley Recreation Center has three room rental options for group events. Room Rental Fee: $40 D, $45 ND per hour, per room. Rent both rooms: $80 D, $90 ND per hour, per room.

RENTAL, PARTY AND FACILITY RESERVATION REFUNDS

Rentals, parties, and facility reservations may be canceled one week prior to scheduled date for a full refund minus a 10% processing fee. Cancellations with less than seven days notice will be refunded 50% of the reservation fee.

RACQUETBALL AND WALLYBALL COURT

Court reservations are taken up to a week in advance. If 15 minutes late, court time is relinquished. Reservation Fee: $5 wallyball, free for racquetball

Warrior Room Capacity: 36 Miners Room Capacity: 44 Miners and Warrior Room Combined Capacity: 80 • All facility rentals and equipment usage are subject to availability and prior approval • Set-up, cleaning, and proper supervision of participants are the responsibility of the rentee • Full rental fee required at time of reservation • Damage that occurs during the rental will be invoiced and must be paid in full prior to any future reservation or program registration Miners and Warrior Room Capacity: 80

FACILITY RENTAL

To rent the gym or other space in a CVPRD facility, see a guest services team member for a facility reservation packet. The lobby is not available to rent. No same-day reservations please (excluding racquetball and wallyball).

SENIOR CENTER RENTAL

Space is available to rent at the Carbon Valley Senior Center. For information or to reserve the room, contact Alex Cox at 303-833-2739

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Celebrate your child’s birthday at the rec center and create memories that last a lifetime! Parties include swimming for up to 20 guests and 90 minutes in a party room for food and presents not provided). Party guests may swim before and after the scheduled party time. Payment is due at the time the reservation is made. Parties may be canceled one week prior to the scheduled date for a refund minus a 10% processing fee. Fee: $90 D, $100 ND Friday Saturday Sunday 3-4:30 pm 10-11:30 am 12:30-2 pm 5-6:30 pm 12-1:30 pm 2:30-4 pm 7-8:30 pm 2-3:30 pm Pool does not open on Saturdays until 11:30 am (with some exceptions due to swim lessons). CVPRD is closed the last Sunday of every month.

See page 8 for information about birthday parties at the Gymnastics Center


GYMNASTICS Gymnastics offers your child progressive instruction while providing them an opportunity to develop coordination, flexibility, and self-confidence. It’s a fun and safe activity for everyone. Feel free to stop by and observe our classes. For questions or concerns, contact Lynn Matthews, Gymnastics Coordinator, at 303-833-2765.

REGISTRATION DATES

Priority registration begins four weeks prior to the start of a new session and is only available to currently enrolled and paid participants. During this time, current clients may re-enroll or change their schedule. General registration for classes begins two weeks prior to the start of a session for new registrants. Participants may register during the session if space is available. Registration for Session 2 (April 1 - June 24) Priority registration runs March 4 -18, 2017 Open registration starts March 19, 2017 Registration for Session 3 (July 6 - September 27) Priority registration runs June 8 - 22, 2017 Open registration starts June 23, 2017 Registration for Session 4 (September 28 - December 20) Priority registration runs August 31 - September 14, 2017 Open registration starts September 15, 2017 No gymnastics May 13, May 29, September 24, October 31, November 20, 22-25.

Carbon Valley Gymnastics Center 6615 Frederick Way I Frederick 303-833-2765

PAYMENT OPTIONS

In Full: This payment option includes a 10% discount off your child’s gymnastics session tuition. Monthly: Payments may be made MONTHLY for the session by credit card. A credit card must be placed on file to draft payment on the 1st of the second and third months of the session. If you choose to withdraw your child from the program during the session, written notice must be given to the gymnastics front desk by the 25th of the previous month in which you would like to withdraw your child. Payment is due at time of registration. No refunds are allowed after seven days from the program start date or after two classes are completed unless the circumstances are stated in writing and warrant consideration. Refund requests are subject to a $10 processing fee.

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. Prior class experience not needed. NO clothes with zippers, snaps, or buttons please. No Open Gym June 30. Fee: $3 D, $5 ND. Th F S

10:15-11 am 10:15-11 am 6-6:45 pm 12-12:45 pm

Age: 7 and under (Not in Aug or July) Age: 7 and under Age: 8 and older Age: 12 and under

Save a little time and money when you purchase a gymnastics punch pass for Gymnastics Open Gym. Purchase a five-visit pass and get the sixth visit free. Fee: $15 D, $25 ND

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GYMNASTICS GYMNASTICS TINY TOTS

LITTLE EXPLORERS

Gymnastics Birthday Parties

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LITTLE STARS

Children build strength, flexibility, and body-awareness while utilizing gymnastics equipment including the tumble trak and cheese wedge mats. New skills and drills are learned in a fun, safe, and structured learning environment. Children learn to wait their turn, follow directions, and make friends while learning gymnastics fundamentals. Age: 4-5 Fee: $39 D, $44 ND Monday Monday Monday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Friday Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday

1-1:55 pm 4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 6-6:55 pm 9:15-10:10 am 10:15-11:10 am 4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 6-6:55 pm 4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 6-6:55 pm 9:15-10:10 am 9:15-10:10 am 4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 9-9:55 am 10-10:55 am 11-11:55 am

ADVANCED LITTLE STARS

Instructor’s Consent Required Participants use the balance beam, bars, floor vault, and tumble trak to gain strength, flexibility, and balance. Children build on skills learned in the basic skills level class and learn new, advanced skills. Coaches focus on teaching primary gymnastics skills to build a firm foundation for progression into the Intermediate class. Age: 5-7 Fee: $39 D, $44 ND Monday 1-1:55 pm Wednesday

6-6:55 pm

6 AND OLDER BOYS LIGHTNING

Learn new skills and drills on the men’s gymnastics equipment and tumble trak. Coaches work with participants to build core strength, body awareness and control, balance, and flexibility. Skills taught are regulated by USAG Boys routines and will prepare children for the Intermediate Boys class. Age: 7+ Fee: $43 D, $48 ND Wednesday 4-4:55 pm Wednesday 5-5:55 pm Friday 4-4:55 pm Friday 5-5:55 pm

NINJA WARRIORS

Jump, kick, tumble and compete in weekly challenges during Ninja Warrior class. This fast-paced class is perfect for high energy athletes with a desire to flip, swing, and climb. Classes begin with a dynamic warm up and stretch, then groups transition into obstacle courses, tumbling circuits, and trampoline development. Class curriculum was designed to keep athletes excited while developing strength, flexibility, balance and confidence. Coaches focus on skill development in a fun environment. Age: 6-14 Fee: $43 D, $48 ND Saturday Saturday Saturday

9:05-10 am 10:05-11 am 11:05 am-noon

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GYMNASTICS BEGINNERS

Build strength and improve flexibility, body awareness, and coordination while learning the fundamentals of gymnastics. Instructors use men’s and women’s equipment to teach skills and drills that prepare students for more advanced level classes. Age: 6+ Fee: $43 D, $48 ND Monday Monday Monday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Thursday Thursday Thursday Friday Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday

2-2:55 pm 4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 6-6:55 pm 4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 6-6:55 pm 4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 6-6:55 pm 4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 6-6:55 pm 4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 9-9:55 am 10-10:55 am 11-11:55 am

ADVANCED BEGINNERS

Instructor Consent Required Gain strength, flexibility, and balance while using the balance beam, bars, floor, vault, and tumble trak. Build on skills learned in the basic skills level class and learn new and advanced skills. Coaches focus on teaching primary gymnastics skills to build a firm foundation for progression into the Intermediate class. Age: 6+ Fee: $43 D, $48 ND Monday Monday Monday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Thursday Thursday Thursday Friday Friday Saturday Saturday

2-2:55 pm 4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 6-6:55 pm 4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 6-6:55 pm 4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 6-6:55 pm 4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 9-9:55 am 10-10:55 am

TEAM GYMNASTICS

Gymnasts on the Carbon Valley Gymnastics Team practice on a year-round basis and compete with other recreational teams throughout the state. The main competitive season is April - July. Gymnasts must have approval from staff to participate at this level. Leotards are required for girls and fitted shirts and pants/shorts for boys. For more information, contact Lynn Matthews at 303-833-2765 or lmatthews@cvprd.com.

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GYMNASTICS FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

This introductory gymnastics class is designed for children with special needs and includes the basic elements of floor exercise, balance beam, uneven and parallel bars, vault, and trampoline. This fun, noncompetitive environment offers an ideal atmosphere for children of all abilities. Children are encouraged to participate and progress at their own pace with the emphasis on overall fitness and coordination. Age: 6-14 Fee: $43 D, $38 ND Friday 3-3:55 pm

GIRLS INTERMEDIATES

Instructor’s Consent Required Using the balance beam, bars, floor, vault, and tumble trak, participants gain flexibility and balance. Build on skills learned in the Advanced skills level class and learn new, intermediate skills. Coaches focus on teaching primary gymnastics skills to build a firm foundation for progression into the Pre-Team class. Age: 6+ Fee: $43 D, $48 ND Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Thursday Thursday Saturday

4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 6-6:55 pm 4-4:55 pm 5-5:55 pm 6-6:55 pm 11-11:55 am

BOYS INTERMEDIATES

Instructor’s Consent Required Gymnasts build on skills learned in the basic skills level class to learn new and Intermediate skills on the parallel bars, high bar, pommel horse, mushroom, floor, vault and tumble trak. Participants gain strength, flexibility and balance. Coaches focus on teaching primary gymnastics skills to build a firm foundation for progression into the Boys Team class. Age: 6+ Fee: $43 D, $48 ND Wednesday 6-6:55 pm


YOUTH

LEGACY SCHOOL OF DANCE

DANCE

Toddlers and Tutus.................................................................22 months-3 years Students will love dancing to their favorite music in this fun class that incorporates pre-ballet steps as well as imaginative dance. Students only, no parents in the classroom please. Maximum six students.

SUMMER MINI SEASON 1

Level I.....................................................................................................3-5 years This class incorporates ballet and tap each week, focusing on technique, rhythm, and expressive movements. Maximum 10 students.

Monday - Thursday June 12, 13, 14, 15 Toddlers & Tutus 3-3:30 pm* Level 1 3:30-4:15 pm* Level 2 4:15-5 pm* Dancing Princesses Saturday, June 17 1-2 pm

$40 $45 $45 $20

SUMMER MINI SEASON 2

Monday - Thursday July 10, 11, 12, 13 Toddlers & Tutus 3-3:30 pm* Level 1 3:30-4:15 pm* Level 2 4:15-5 pm* Dancing Princesses Saturday, June 17 1-2 pm

$40 $45 $45 $20

* On Mondays, all classes will start 15 minutes earlier than times listed.

SUMMER SEASON ATTIRE Toddlers & Tutus Any leotard and tutu combination. Ballet shoes are optional. Levels 1 & 2 Any solid color leotard and tights combination. Ballet and tap shoes are optional. Dancing Princesses Any princess costume, tiara, and tights. Ballet shoes are optional. Proper shoes are not required to enroll in Summer Season classes. If you’d like to order proper shoes, contact us at least two weeks before class begins to set up a private fitting.

Level 2....................................................................................................4-7 years Ballet and tap are incorporated each week with the focus on longer and gradually more difficult combinations to challenge the child in technique, concentration, balance, and movement. Maximum 12 students. Level 3..................................................................................................6-10 years Builds upon the Level 2 class’ ballet and tap curriculum each week with more difficult combinations to challenge the child in techniques, focus, balance, and movement. Instructor recommendation required. Maximum 12 students. Level 4....................................................................................................6-4 years This class builds upon the Level 3 class’ ballet and tap curriculum each week with more difficult combinations to challenge the child in techniques, concentration, balance, and movement. Instructor recommendation required. Maximum 12 students. Level 5..................................................................................................7-14 years This class will build upon the Level 4 class’ ballet and tap curriculum each week with more difficult combinations to challenge the student in techniques, concentration, choreography, and movement. Instructor recommendation required. Maximum 12 students. Beginning Youth..................................................................................6-14 years This is the perfect class for students just starting out with dance. Students are taught beginning dance with students their own age. Beginning ballet and tap are incorporated each week with a focus on learning combinations and choreography. Maximum 12 students. Jazz I/II.................................................................................................6-14 years Learn classical jazz technique and combinations at the beginning and intermediate level in this high energy class. Emphasis is placed on rhythm, flexibility, and technique. Students learn leaps, turns, and jumps. (Students must be enrolled in a Level class as well.) Maximum 12 students. Dancing Princesses - NEW!...................................................................4-9 years Come enjoy a fun class dressed as your favorite princess! Students learn a short dance and do a craft to take home. Maximum 10 students. Adult Tap - NEW!..................................................................................18+ years Get those feet dancing! Beginning to intermediate level students are encouraged to join this fun, new adult tap class. Minimum 4.

Attire for the recital season varies from that of mini seasons.

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FALL RECITAL SEASON

SEPTEMBER 2017 – MAY 2018

Since 2009, Legacy School of Dance has been providing families in Carbon Valley with excellent dance instruction for a great value. A cumulative and fun class curriculum provides a wonderful, professional dance experience with a full scale recital in late spring to showcase what students learned. Come dance with us!! Registration for returning students begins May 8. Registration for new students begins June 15. Dancewear Fitting Day is Friday, August 25, from 4-7 pm in the aerobics studio at the recreation center. Important full season dates will be published in the next activities guide.

TUESDAY SCHEDULE

Toddlers & Tutus Level 1 Level 2 Toddlers & Tutus Level 1 Level 3 Jazz I Jazz II Level 4 Level 5 Adult Tap

9:15-9:45 am 9:45-10:30 am 10:30-11:15 am 3:30-4 pm 4-4:45 pm 4:45-5:30 pm 5:30-6:15 pm 5:50-6:35 pm 6:35-7:20 pm 7:20-8:05 pm 8:05-8:45 pm

THURSDAY SCHEDULE

Level 1 4:45-5:30 pm Level 2 4-4:45 pm Beg. Youth/Level 3 5:15-6 pm Level 2 6-6:45 pm Class times subject to change.

TUITION FOR 2017-2018 RECITAL SEASON Toddlers & Tutus......... $40/month Level 1-5......................$45/month Beginning Youth..........$45/month Jazz I & II......................$38/month Adult Tap.....................$45/month Months with less than four classes are prorated. To contact Legacy School of Dance for more information or to view photos, visit http://facebook.com/ LegacySchoolofDanceCO. Register at www.cvprd.com or by calling 303-833-3660.

Mother’s Day MAY 14, 2017

Moms get in free to the Carbon Valley Recreation Center on Mother’s Day with a child’s paid admission. 12


YOUTH PROGRAMS KIDS BOOTCAMP - NEW!

This high-energy class strives to increase the overall health and fitness level of children in a fun, safe, positive and motivating environment by utilizing obstacle courses, fitness games, partner activities, body weight exercises, resistance bands, circuit, and more. Age: 8-12 Day Date Time Fee MW June 5-28 9-10 am $40 D, $50 ND

JUNIOR TRAINERS

Children learn how to appropriately use weight and cardio room equipment, proper weight room etiquette, and basic human anatomy. Participation in class is required for access to the weight and cardio rooms with adult supervision. Class held at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. Age Time Fee 13-14 5:30-7:30 pm $10 D, $15 ND Training Dates (choose one): May 3, May 17, June 7, June 21, July 5, July 19, August 2, August 16

YOUNG YOGIS - NEW!

This special series is devoted to developing a playful yet mindful practice with a strong focus on how children “feel” in poses. An emphasis is placed on mindfulness, breathing and feelings. Yogis play cooperative yoga style games, practice partner and group poses and develop a sense of “self” while learning and listening to themselves and others. Age Day Dates Time 8-11 F June 2-30 3-4 pm Fee: $25 for all five sessions or $6 per class

KARATE (4-6 YEARS OLD) - NEW

Classes concentrate on karate punching, kicking, and blocking basics. Students learn to count from 1 - 10 in Japanese and learn basic Japanese phrases used in the dojo. Have fun doing drills geared toward coordination and exercise in a structured and disciplined environment. This program has its own ranking system and its purpose is to prepare younger students for the youth karate class. Age: 4-6 Day Time Location Fee S 10-10:30 am RC $37 D, $47 ND Session Dates: May 6,13, 20, 27 June 3, 10, 17, 24

July 1, 8, 15, 22 Aug 5, 12, 19, 26

KARATE ( 7+ YEARS OLD)

Uechi Ryu Karate Do is a karate style of the Uechi family in Okinawa, Japan. It is derived from Pangainoon Kung Fu developed in Southern China pertaining to the three animal systems; Dragon, Tiger, and Crane. This is a structured class promoting self-defense, coordination, balance, and selfcontrol for all ages and skill levels. Extra fees may apply for uniforms, testing, and membership fees. Age: 7+ Day Time Location Fee Th 6:45-7:45 pm RC $49 D, $59 ND S 10:30-11:30 am RC $49 D, $59 ND Session Dates: May 6, 13, 20, 27 July 1, 8, 15, 22 June 3, 10, 17, 24 Aug 5, 12, 19, 26 If you can only attend Thursday or only Saturdays, the fee is $37 D, $47 ND per session.

Age Day Dates Time 12-15 W June 7-28 1:30-2:30 pm Fee: $20 for all four sessions or $6 per class Register online at www.cvprd.com

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YOUTH PROGRAMS KIDS-N-KANVAS - NEW

Are you ready to find your inner Picasso? Particpants are guided through easy step-by-step instructions to paint a canvas. Each class features a new and different piece of original artwork that is simple to do and fun to show off to family and friends. All art supplies are included and no art experience needed. Age: 10-14 Fee: $20 D, $25 ND (per class) $55 D, $70 ND (all three classes) Time: 3-4:30 pm Date: July 13, 20, 27

BABYSITTER TRAINING

Participants learn proper babysitting business practices, feeding, diapering, emergency recognition and response, basic first aid, and much more. Students will receive a card endorsed by American Red Cross for babysitter training. Please bring a sack lunch and a snack. Age: 11-13 Day Dates Time Fee S May 20 9 am-4 pm $90 D, $100 ND

SUMMER

TRIPS SCHOOL’S OUT CLUB – NEW

Weekly themed activities will get your kids up and moving during their summer break. Participants spend time doing arts and crafts, organized physical activities in the gymnasium, open swim in the pool, and a daily field trip. Please bring a sack lunch and water bottle as well as a swimsuit and towel. Registration closes one week prior to each session. Age: 6-12 Fee: $80 D, $90 ND Session 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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Day MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW

Date June 5, 7 June 12, 14 June 19, 21 July 10, 12 July 17, 19 June 19, 21 July 24, 26 July 31, Aug 2

Time 7:30 am-6 pm 7:30 am-6 pm 7:30 am-6 pm 7:30 am-6 pm 7:30 am-6 pm 7:30 am-6 pm 7:30 am-6 pm 7:30 am-6 pm

FRIDAY TEENS DAY OUT – NEW

Looking for something to do this summer? Join us on Fridays for fun trips! Each outing departs from the recreation center at 9 am and returns by 5 pm. Cost includes admission, transportation, and supervision. Please bring a sack lunch and water bottle as well as a swimsuit and towel if needed. Registration closes one week prior to each trip. Age: 13-15 Fee: $50 D, $60 ND Trip 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Day F F F F F F F F

Date June 9 June 16 June 23 June 30 July 14 July 21 July 28 August 4

Visit www.cvprd.com for more information about youth programs.

Time 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm


YOUTH SPORTS YOUTH SPORTS INFORMATION •

Practice times, days, and locations are determined by coaches after the coaches meeting.

The “U” after the age number stands for “and under” that age. (e.g. 9U stands for players age can be 9 and under).

Coaches meetings are typically held 1-2 weeks before the first scheduled practice. Team rosters are distributed at the coaches meeting and all coaches are encouraged to begin contacting their team members as soon as possible.

The "U" before the age number stands for "under" that age. (e.g. U9 players must be under 9-years-old)

The age cutoff date for all youth sports (unless otherwise noted) is September 30 of each year with this year being 2017. A universal date is used so there is consistency from sport to sport and year to year. This is also the age cutoff date used by the St. Vrain Valley School District. Whatever age your child is on 9/30/17, they are eligible for that age of sport for the entire year until 9/30/17.

SPORT

AGES

REGISTRATION DEADLINE

SEASON

T-Ball - Coed

5-6

April 23

May 22 - July 18

Baseball - Mini Sluggers

4-5

April 23

June 10-July 15

Football - Mini-Blitzers

4-5

August 12

September 23 - October 21

Football - Pee Wee

6-10

July 22

August 21 - October 21

Soccer - Mini Kickers

4-5

August 12

September 23 - October 21

Soccer - U7 Coed

5-6

July 22

August 28 - October 21

Soccer - U9 and U11

7-10

July 22

August 21 - October 21

Soccer - Challenger Soccer Camp

3-14

July 20

July 24-July 28

8 and under

August 12

September 18 - October 20

10-14

July 22

August 21 - October 21

Volleyball - Mini Hitters Volleyball - Youth

For information about youth sports contact Randy Reed or Kelly Gray at athletics@cvprd.com.

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YOUTH SPORTS

SOCCER

GENERAL INFORMATION

PRACTICE AND GAME LOCATIONS. Unless otherwise indicated, soccer practices are held at municipal parks in Carbon Valley. Locations and times are determined by coaches. Games are played at various locations in Carbon Valley. Some U9 and U11 games may be played in Erie. UNIFORM Cleats are strongly recommended and shin guards are required. A team jersey is included with registration. SCHEDULE League information and schedules are available at www.cvprdathletics.com.

FOOTBALL MINI-BLITZERS FOOTBALL

This introductory league is a great way to get your little athlete started in football. Mini-Blitzers meets for five instructional practices/games to introduce basic skills and fundamentals. Teams meet for one hour per week on Saturdays to practice for 30 minutes and play a 30 minute game. Jersey included. Cleats and mouth guards are recommended. Games played at parks in Carbon Valley. Age: 4-5 Registration deadline: August 12 League Dates Fee MB (4-5) Sept 23-Oct 21 $35 D, $50 ND

REGISTRATION Register in-person at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center, online at www.cvprd.com, or by phone at 303-833-3660. For more information about youth sports contact Randy Reed or Kelly Gray, Athletics and Guest Services Coordinators, at 303-833-3660 x 115 or 124 or rreed@cvprd.com or kgray@cvprd.com.

MINI-KICKERS SOCCER

This introductory league is a great way to get your little athlete started in soccer in a fun and energetic atmosphere. Participants meet for five instructional practices/games where they’re introduced to basic skills and fundamentals. Teams meet one hour per week on Saturdays to practice for 30 minutes and play a 30 minute game. Age: 4-5 Registration deadline: August 12 League Dates Fee M (4-5) Sept 23-Oct 21 $35 D, $45 ND

PEE WEE FOOTBALL

Teams play six games, primarily on Saturdays, against other Carbon Valley and Erie teams. Practices are two hours per week starting August 28. Participants receive a team jersey, but need to provide their own mouth guard (required). Parents/guardians are responsible for participant’s travel to all game locations. Games played at parks in Carbon Valley. Registration deadline: July 22 League Dates Fee 6U Aug 21-Oct 21 $55 D, $65 ND 8U Aug 21-Oct 21 $55 D, $65 ND 10U Aug 21-Oct 21 $55 D, $65 ND

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In case of inclement weather, please call the CVPRD sports weather hotline at 720-531-3373.


U7 COED SOCCER

Participants build on soccer fundamentals and foot skills with a focus on ball control, rules and regulations, teamwork, and sportsmanship. Teams practice throughout the week and play six games against other Carbon Valley teams on Saturdays in a 6v6 playing format. Practices begin the week of August 28. Coaches officiate the games. Registration deadline: July 22 League Dates Fee U7 Coed Aug 28-Oct 21 $35 D, $45 ND

U9 AND U11 SOCCER

Have fun, improve your soccer skills, and practice good sportsmanship while playing teams from Erie and Carbon Valley. U9 teams play in a 6v6 format and U11 teams play 8v8. Beginning August 28, teams practice two hours per week and play games on Saturdays. League information and team schedules can be found at www.quickscores.com/erie. Registration deadline: July 22 League: U9 Boys and Girls U11 Boys and Girls Dates Fee Aug 21-Oct 21 $60 D, $70 ND

Volunteer Coaches Needed Coaches and assistant coaches are needed for youth sports. You don’t have to be an expert! Volunteers receive drills to do during practice and must complete online instruction about concussions in sports. A background check is required. When you volunteer to be a head coach your child plays the sport you coach for free! For more information or to volunteer visit www.cvprd.com or call 303-833-3660 x 115.

Register at www.cvprd.com

SOCCER

CAMP July 24 - 28 Hart Park, Firestone

Challenger Sports' British Soccer Camp is the most popular soccer camp in the country and is based upon one of the most innovative approaches to coaching youth soccer in the US and Canada. Experienced staff study the game at all levels and have identified the key techniques and skills that players need to work on and master to reach their true potential. With programs for each age, the curriculums include a variety of foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices, freestyle soccer, small-sided games, coached scrimmages, and mini tournament play. Shirt and soccer ball included. Register at www.ChallengerSports.com Sign up before June 17 and receive a free jersey! FIRST KICKS..............................................................3 years Time Fee After July 15 11 am-noon $85 $100 MINI SOCCER..........................................................4-5 years Time Fee After July 15 9-10:30 am $122 $137 Half Day Camp......................................................6-14 years Time Fee After July 15 9 am-noon $142 $157 Golden Goal Camp*.........................................6-14 years Time Fee After July 15 1-3 pm $59 $74 *Must be registered for Half Day Camp

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YOUTH SPORTS

T-BALL & BASEBALL

MINI-SLUGGERS BASEBALL (AGE 4 & 5)

Mini-Sluggers meet weekly for five instructional practices and are introduced to the basic skills and fundamentals of softball/baseball. Teams practice on Saturdays for 30 minutes followed by a 30 minute game. Jersey included. Cleats are recommended. Practes are held at baseball fields in Carbon Valley. No games the week of July 4. Registration deadline: April 23 Day Dates Fee T June 10-July 15 $60 D, $75 ND

COED T-BALL (AGE 5 & 6)

Teams play one night per week against other Carbon Valley teams. eligibility based on child’s age as of June 1, 2017. Teams play approximately six games. Practices begin the week of May 22 and are held at baseball fields in Carbon Valley. Locations and times determined by coaches. No games the week of July 4. Shirt included. Registration deadline: April 23 Day Dates Fee T May 22-July 18 $60 D, $75 ND

SPONSOR YOUTH SPORTS

VOLLEYBALL

Games are played at gyms in the St. Vrain Valley School District. Practice time and locations are determined by coaches. A team jersey is included.

MINI-HITTERS VOLLEYBALL

This exciting and fun instructional program introduces basic volleyball skills and fundamentals to boys and girls. Practices are held once a week beginning the week of September 11. Age: 8 and under Registration deadline: August 12 League Dates Fee MH (8 & under) Sept 18-Oct 20 $35 D, $50 ND

YOUTH VOLLEYBALL

Bump, set, spike! Learn and practice the fundamentals of volleyball in a fun environment. The league includes instruction and skill development as well as game play against other Carbon Valley and Erie teams. Teams practice two hours per week starting August 28. Games are played on Saturdays beginning September 16. Participants must provide their own knee pads (required). Parents/guardians are responsible for participant travel to all game locations. Registration deadline: July 22 League Dates Fee 10U Aug 21-Oct 21 $60 D, $75 ND 12U Aug 21-Oct 21 $60 D, $75 ND 14U Aug 21-Oct 21 $60 D, $75 ND

Promote your business, increase sales, and show your support for local youth by becoming a youth sports sponsor. What are the benefits of sponsoring youth sports?

As a CVPRD youth sports sponsors you will receive the following benefits: •

Name/logo printed on team jerseys

Increased awareness of your company’s services

Your brand will be seen by parents, coaches, players, organizers, and fans

Name/logo featured on recreation center lobby TV slides (200 loops per day) during the length of the sponsored season

Name/logo posted on www.cvprd.com. Sponsor thanked and promoted on the District’s social media sites

Outstanding value for dollars invested compared to the cost of other marketing outlets (print, TV, etc.)

Building goodwill and making a positive contribution to the community will instill a sense of loyalty with current and future patrons

For more information about becoming a sponsor visit www.cvprd.com or contact Heather Hammarstrom at hhammarstrom@cvprd.com or 720-728-8438.

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ADULT SPORTS SUMMER SOFTBALL SUMMER MEN’S ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUE

Step up to the plate and join the Men’s Summer Softball League. Beginning the week of May 8, teams play 10 games plus a single elimination tournament. No games May 28 and July 2. Age: 16+ Registration deadline: May 15 Day Dates Time Fee Location Su May 21-Aug 20 4-9 pm $450 D, $540 ND FSC Th May 18-Aug 3 6-10 pm $450 D, $540 ND FSF

SUMMER COED ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUE

Looking to play a friendly (or competitive) game of softball with your friends? Join the Summer Coed Adult Softball League. Beginning the week of May 11, teams play 10 games plus a single elimination tournament. No games May 28 and July 2. Age: 16+ Registration deadline: May 15 Day Dates Time Fee Location Su May 21-Aug 20 4-9 pm $450 D, $540 ND FSC

Want to play but don’t have a team?

Register as free agent at www.cvprdathletics.com.

FALL SOFTBALL

FALL MEN’S ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUE

Whether you’re new to the game or an experienced all-star, CVPRD softball games are competitive and fun. Starting the week of August 20, men’s adult softball teams play eight games plus a single elimination tournament. Age: 16+ Registration deadline: August 14 Day Dates Time Fee Location Su Aug 27–Nov 5 4-9 pm $400 D, $480 ND FSC Th Aug 24–Oct 26 6-10 pm $400 D, $480 ND FSF

FALL COED ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUE

Round up your friends, neighbors, family and co-workers for the coed fall softball league. Starting the week of August 20, teams play eight games plus a single elimination tournament. No games September 3. Age: 16+ Registration deadline: August 14 Day Dates Time Fee Location Su Aug 27–Nov 5 4-9 pm $400 D, $480 ND FSC

Season end dates may vary based on the number of teams in the league. For information about CVPRD sports email athletics@cvprd.com or call 303-833-3660 x 115 or x 124. FSC = Firestone Sports Complex

FSF = Frederick Softball Field

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ADULT SPORTS

MEN’S SUMMER ADULT BASKETBALL

Hoop it up while playing in the Men’s Summer Adult Basketball leagues. Teams play eight games plus a single elimination tournament at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. League winners will receive awards for their teams. Games not held July 2. Season end dates may vary based on the number of teams in the league. Want to play but don’t have a team? Register as a free agent at www.cvprdathletics.com. Age: 16+ Registration deadline: May 22 Day Dates Time Fee Su June 4–Aug 13 4-9 pm $450 D, $540 ND

ADULT VOLLEYBALL

Bump, set, spike! Are you ready for some fun on the court? Teams play eight games followed by a single elimination tournament at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. League winners receive awards for their teams. Season end dates may vary based on the number of teams in the league. Want to play but don’t have a team? Register as a free agent at www.cvprdathletics.com. Age: 16+ Registration deadline: September 11

FALL ADULT COED VOLLEYBALL

Day Dates Time Fee Su Sept 17-Nov 19 5-10 pm $225 D, $275 ND

FALL ADULT WOMEN’S 6S VOLLEYBALL

Day Dates Time Fee T Sept 19-Nov 21 5-10 pm $225 D, $275 ND

SPORT

BACKYARD SPORTS LEAGUE

Are you always winning at backyard barbeques or tailgates in events like corn hole? Do you and a friend claim to be the best at ladder golf? It’s time to prove it! CVPRD is teaming up with Wild Cider to start a Backyard Sports League. Teams of 2-3 will compete in a four week season followed by a tournament of popular backyard and tailgating games like corn hole, washers, ladder golf, and more. Get your team ready and prove you are the kings of backyard sports. League winners receive awards for their teams! Questions? Contact Randy Reed at rreed@cvprd.com or 303-833-3660 x 115. Age: 16+ Fee: $35 D, $45 ND (per person) Location: Wild Cider, Firestone Day W W W

Dates June 7–July 19 July 26–Sept 6 Sept 13–Oct 25

Time Reg. Deadline TBD May 22 TBD July 10 TBD Sept 1

Dates are subject to change.

AGES

REGISTRATION DEADLINE

SEASON

Backyard Sports League

16 and older

May 22 July 10 September 1

June 7 - July 19 July 26 - September 6 September 13 - October 25

Basketball - Men’s Summer Adult

16 and older

May 22

June 4 - August 13

Softball - Summer Men’s Sunday

16 and older

May 15

May 21 - August 20

Softball - Summer Men’s Thursday

16 and older

May 15

May 18 - August 3

Softball - Summer Coed Sunday

16 and older

May 15

May 21 - August 20

Softball - Fall Men’s Sunday

16 and older

August 14

August 20 - October 22

Softball - Fall Men’s Thursday

16 and older

August 14

August 24 - October 26

Softball - Fall Coed Sunday

16 and older

August 14

August 27 - November 5

Volleyball - Fall Adult Coed

16 and older

September 11

September 17 - November 19

Volleyball - Fall Adult Women’s 6s

16 and older

September 11

September 19 - November 21

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In case of inclement weather, call the CVPRD sports weather hotline at 720-531-3373.


AQUATICS POOL RULES • No swimming without a lifeguard on duty

All rules are subject to change at the discretion of pool staff. Please see lifeguards, head lifeguards, or aquatics specialists for more detailed rule description.

• Shower before entering the pool

• Children under 48” tall are not allowed on the big red slide or rope swing unless they pass a swim test

• Appropriate swimwear is required (dark shirts and sport shorts are okay if a swimsuit is underneath)

• 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

• Children of diaper wearing age must wear a swim dia per under their swimsuit (absolutely no regular diapers)

• Children 7-9 years old who pass a swim test may be in the pool as long as a responsible person 14 years or older is in the facility

• No food, gum, or drink allowed (besides water and sports drinks) • No horseplay/fighting • No diving (diving only allowed in the deep end) • Water weights and kickboards are for classes and adult use only • Life jackets and other personal floatation devices can only be used if child stays within an arm’s reach of an adult • Life jackets 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 13 years or younger must pass a swim test to be in the deep end

• 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 age 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

Carbon Valley Recreation Center requires a courtesy call at least one week in advance if a group of 10 or more people plan to swim during open swim times. Qualifying organizations/groups receive a discounted rate. See page 3 for rates.

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CARBON VALLEY LEARN TO SWIM PROGRAM Our American Red Cross-based swim program creates an ideal environment to learn the fundamentals of water safety as well as stroke development and refinement. Participants are given a report card to track their progress and indicate if they are ready to move on to the next level. Proper swim attire is required, no clothing (rash-guards 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 three classes. Swim lesson fees do not include admission to the pool. NO SWIM LESSONS JULY 1 – 7.

Session

Monday – Thursday AM

Tuesday & Thursday PM

Saturday AM

2 Weeks = 8 Classes

4 Weeks = 8 Classes

4 weeks = 4 Classes

Class

Reg.

Reg.

Class

Reg.

Reg.

Class

Reg.

Reg.

Dates

Opens

Closes

Dates

Opens

Closes

Dates

Opens

Closes

1

6/5-6/15

5/3

5/29

6/6-6/29

5/3

5/29

6/3-6/24

5/6

5/29

2

6/19-6/29

6/8

6/15

7/11-8/3

6/22

6/29

7/8-7/29

6/17

6/29

3

7/10-7/20

6/22

6/29

7/24-8/3

7/13

7/20

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Weekday Lessons: $38 D, $48 ND

Weekday Lessons: $38 D, $48 ND

Weekend Lessons: $19 D, $24 ND

9:35-10:05 am

5:10-5:40 pm

9:35-10:05 am

Parent-Child Pre-School Starfish

Turtle

Seal

9-9:30 am

4:35-5:05 pm

9-9:30 am

10:10-10:40 am

5:45-6:15 pm

10:10-10:40 am

10:45-11:15 am

6:20-6:50 pm

10:45-11:15 am

9-9:30 am

4:35-5:05 pm

9-9:30 am

9:35-10:05 am

5:10-5:40 pm

9:35-10:05 am

10:10-10:40 am

5:45-6:15 pm

10:10-10:40 am

10:45-11:15 am

6:20-6:50 pm

10:45-11:15 am

9:35-10:05 am

5:10-5:40 pm

9:35-10:05 am

10:45-11:15 am

6:20-6:50 pm

10:45-11:15 am

9-9:30 am

4:35-5:05 pm

9-9:30 am

10:10-10:40 am

5:45-6:15 pm

10:10-10:40 am

School-Age Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Stroke Clinic

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9-9:30 am

4:35-5:05 pm

9-9:30 am

10:10-10:40 am

5:45-6:15 pm

10:10-10:40 am

9:35-10:05 am

5:10-5:40 pm

9:35-10:05 am

10:45-11:15 am

6:20-6:50 pm

10:45-11:15 am

9-9:45 am

4:35-5:20 pm

9-9:45 am

10:40-11:25 am

6:15-7 pm

10:40-11:25 am

9:50-10:35 am

5:25-6:10 pm

9:50-10:35 am


GROUP SWIMMING LESSONS Parent & Child...........6 mos-3 years Introduce children to water and teach them basic water skills. The main goal is to teach water adjustment in a fun and positive way.

Level 4.............................5-17 years Further develop technique and endurance for all strokes, begin to learn butterfly, open-turns, and flip turns. Prerequisite: Swim at least 15 yards of both front crawl and back crawl, 25 yards of elementary backstroke, demonstrate basic breaststroke, and tread water for 30 seconds.

PRESCHOOL CLASSES Starfish..............................3-5 years Water adjustment and learning how to float, glide, blow bubbles and go underwater with the help of an instructor. Prerequisite: Child must be ready to participate in a group setting. Turtle................................3-5 years Children learn to float and glide on their own, how to tread water, and begin to learn basic swimming on their front and back. Prerequisite: Comfortable going underwater, can blow bubbles through their mouth and nose, and able to float and glide with assistance. Seal...................................3-5 years Participants develop front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke, and start learning breaststroke, dolphin kick, and dives. Prerequisite: Go underwater, float, and glide, make progress swimming on front and back, and tread water for 15 seconds.

SCHOOL-AGE CLASSES Level 1............................5-17 years Water adjustment and learning how to float, glide, blow bubbles, and go underwater independently, as well as treading water. Prerequisite: Child must be ready to participate in a group setting.

Stroke Clinic...................5-17 years Continue stroke technique and endurance training as well as mastery of all strokes, flip turns, and start dives. Readies children for swim team. Prerequisite: Swim at least 25 yards of both front crawl and back crawl, 15 yards of breaststroke, 15 yards of butterfly, perform all dives and open turns, and tread water for one minute.

Level 2............................5-17 years Reinforces independence with floats and glides, and begin to learn front crawl, back crawl, and elementary backstroke as well as dives. Prerequisite: Comfortable going underwater, can blow bubbles through mouth and nose, and able to float and glide on their own. Level 3............................5-17 years Further develop all strokes, especially side-breathing, and introduces the breaststroke, dolphin kick, and more advanced dives. Prerequisite: Swim at least 10 yards of both front crawl and back crawl, 10 yards of elementary backstroke, and tread water for 15 seconds.

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PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS Level of Instruction 

                       Master Instructor 

5+ years of experience      Senior Instructor  3‐5 years of experience      Junior Instructor  0‐3 years of experience   

Type

1 Lesson 

5 Lesson Pass 

10 Lesson Pass 

Private

$32

$144

$256

Semi‐Private

$27

$121.50

$216

Private

$26

$117

Semi‐Private

$21

$94.50

$168

Private

$20

$90

$160

Semi‐Private

$15

$67.50

$120

$208              

• Please call the Aquatics Department at 303-833-3660 x 120 for specific instructor information and qualifications.

• A single session is 30 minutes in length. The fee is charged per participant, per session.

• Fill out our private lesson request form online at http://bit.ly/2lN7tT6.

• CVPRD will do its best to provide all levels of instruction; however all levels of instruction may not always be available.

• Private is a one participant to one instructor ratio and semi-private is a two participants to one instructor ratio. • Please allow 2-4 weeks for lessons to be filled.

• A cancellation fee of $20 is charged for cancellations made without providing more than 24 hours notice to the instructor.

AQUA FITNESS Class fees are included with daily admission or membership. Participant cards are given out at Guest Services for each class and must be given to the instructor to participate. Youth 10-13 years old must be accompanied by an adult/guardian to attend classes. Participation also at the discretion of the instructor. Classes are subject to change/cancellation at the discretion of the Aquatics Department. Child care is available in KidZone for your convenience.

AQUA NUTS

This is an anything goes moderate to high intensity hour utilizing a variety of formats and equipment. Come and join us for the fun and the burn.

AQUA POWER

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Get your heart pumping during this moderate intensity full body workout. Class includes both cardio and muscle conditioning segments using a variety of equipment followed by active stretching.

AQUA ROCKS

This high intensity, multi-format, total conditioning water class progresses over several weeks from high muscle conditioning segments using a variety of equipment followed by active stretching.

AQUA TONE

Build stamina and muscle conditiong while using a variety of equipment and formats.


Time

00 AM

(M) 00 AM

15 AM

M) 00 AM

AQUA FITNESS CARDIO WAVES

A fast paced river class designed to challenge and condition the entire body by working with and against the current for an intense workout.

CIRCUIT

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. Circuit 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.

DEEP WATER AQUA TONE

Using belts and noodles for supoort in the deep end, exercises challenge the core without joint stress or pounding. Comfort in deep water recommended.

PRE-NATAL

This new class allows for less stress on the joints and muscles, helps prevent overheating during exercise, and gives expecting moms a safe, fun, and effective workout.

POWER WAVES

A great full body workout in the River. This hour alternates between aerobic intervals and active recovery providing a great cardio and caloric burning workout.

SHA-DEEP 360

This class is a well-rounded combination of cardio, resistance, core, and balance. Use both shallow and deep water to achieve a total body workout. Floatation aids are available for deep water portion of class.

S’WET

Intervals, plyometrics, and drills in the hydrodynamic pool environment results in an explosive workout.

RIVER INSANITY

The River is transformed into a high energy, cardio workout. This 45 minute class uses the river’s current for a variety of interval and resistance training.

AQUA FITNESS SCHEDULE Tuesday Time Monday Circuit (H) Katy6:00 AM

Maximum 12

PowerWaves (M) 8:00 AM Debbie Maximum 10

Cardio Waves (H) Debbie 8:15 AM Maximum 10

Aqua (M)(M) AquaTone Power Debbie 9:00 AM Debbie Maximum 1616 Maximum

Wednesday Monday Tuesday Time Circuit (H) 6:00 AM Katy

Maximum 12

PowerWaves (M) 8:00 AM Debbie Maximum 10

Saturday Thursday Friday Wednesday

Friday Saturday Thursday

Circuit Circuit(H) (H) Katy Katy

Circuit(H) (H) Circuit Katy Katy

Circuit (H) Katy

Circuit (H) Katy

Maximum Maximum1212

Maximum Maximum 1212

(M)(M) PowerWaves PowerWaves PowerWaves (M)(M)PowerWaves Debbie Debbie Debbie Debbie Maximum Maximum 10 10

Maximum 16

Aqua Power Aqua Tone(M) (M) 9:00 AM Debbie Debbie Maximum 1616 Maximum

9:30 AM

9:30 AM

M) 00 PM

S’WETNuts (M) (M) Aqua Tracy 7:00 PM Tracy

Aqua Nuts (M) (M) S’WET 7:00 PM Tracy Tracy

Lap Pool Key w Intensity (L)

Friday Wednesday Thursday Tuesday

Maximum 10 10 Maximum

Maximum 12

Maximum 12

PowerWaves (M) Debbie

PowerWaves (M) Debbie

Maximum 10

Deep Water Deep Water Deep Water Waves (H) Cardio Waves (H) River Insanity (H) Cardio Waves (H) Cardio Aqua Tone (M) Aqua Tone (M) Aqua Tone (M) Tracy Debbie 8:15 AM Debbie Debbie Debbie Debbie Debbie Maximum 10 Maximum 10 Maximum 10 Maximum 10

30 AM

Maximum 1616 Maximum

Thursday Tuesday Wednesday Monday

Maximum 1616 Maximum

Maximum 16

Maximum 16

Power (M) 360 (M) Aqua Tone (M)(M) Aqua Aqua Power (M) Sha-Deep Aqua Power Aqua Power (M) Aqua Tone (M) Aqua Power (M) Debbie Tracy Debbie Debbie Debbie Debbie Debbie Debbie Maximum 1616 Maximum Maximum 16

Aqua Rocks (H) Cindy Maximum 16

Aqua Nuts (M)(M) S’WET (M) Aqua Nuts Debbie Tracy Tracy Tracy Maximum 161616 Maximum Maximum

Maximum 161616 Maximum Maximum

Aqua Rocks (H) Cindy Maximum 16

Aqua Nuts Aqua Nuts (M) S’WET (M)(M) Tracy Debbie Tracy Maximum Maximum 16 Maximum 1616

Maximum 1616 Maximum

9:45 – 10:30 AM Pregnancy/ Aqua Rocks (H) Pre-natal (L) Cindy Tracy 16 Maximum Maximum 16

Aqua Nuts (M) Debbie Tracy Maximum 16

Maximum 10

Saturday Friday

Saturday

PowerWaves (M) Debbie Maximum 10

Deep Water River Insanity (H) River Insanity (H) Aqua Tone (M) Tracy Tracy Debbie Maximum 10 Maximum 10

River Insanity ( Tracy

Maximum 16

Maximum 10

Aqua Power (M)(M) Aqua Sha-Deep 360 (M) Sha-Deep 360 ( Sha-Deep 360 Power (M) Debbie Tracy Tracy Debbie Tracy Maximum Maximum1616

Maximum16 16 Maximum

9:45 – 10:30 AM Pregnancy/ Aqua Rocks (H) Pre-natal Cindy (L) Maximum Tracy16

9:45 – 10:30 AM Pregnancy/ Pre-natal (L) Tracy

Maximum 16

Maximum 16

Maximum 16

9:45 – 10:30 A Pregnancy/ Pre-natal (L) Tracy Maximum 16

Aqua Nuts (M) Debbie Maximum 16

River River/Logs Lap Pool River River/Logs Lap Pool River/Logs LapRiver Pool River River/Logs Key Key Intensity (M) Moderate High Intensity (H) (M) Low Intensity (L) Moderate Intensity Low Intensity (L) Intensity (M) High Intensity Low Intensity (L) Moderate Moderate Intensity(H) (M) High Intensity (H) High Intensity (H)

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LAP POOL SCHEDULE SUNDAY

POOL CLOSED

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-9am

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-9am

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-9am

(2-4 lanes available)

(1-2 lanes available)

(2-4 lanes available)

(2-4 lanes available)

Aqua Fitness 9-10am

Aqua Fitness 9-10am

Aqua Fitness 8:15-10:30am

Swim Lessons 9-11:30am

Swim Lessons 9-11:30am

Swim Lessons 9-11:30am

Swim Lessons 9am-12:30pm

POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

OPEN SWIM 11:30am4:45pm (1-2 lanes available)

(0-1 lanes available)

OPEN SWIM 11:30am4:30pm (1-2 lanes available)

(0-1 lanes available)

OPEN SWIM 11:30am4:45pm (1-2 lanes available)

Swim Lessons 4:30-7pm Swim Team 4:45-6:45pm (0-1 lanes available)

OPEN SWIM 6:45-7pm POOL CLOSED

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-8:15am

Aqua Fitness 9-10am

(0-1 lanes available)

OPEN SWIM 10am-4:30pm

(2-4 lanes available)

THURSDAY

(1-2 lanes available)

Swim Team 4:30-6:45pm (0-1 lanes available)

POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

(0-1 lanes available)

(0-1 lanes available)

OPEN SWIM 6:45-7pm (1-2 lanes available)

OPEN SWIM 12:30pm4:30pm

Swim Team 4:30-6:45pm

(1-2 lanes available)

ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM WHERE SPACE IS AVAILABLE

(1-2 lanes available)

POOL CLOSED

ADULT SWIM ONLY 8-9am (2-4 lanes available)

Aqua Fitness 9-10:30am Swim Lessons 9-11:30am (0-1 lanes available)

POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

OPEN SWIM 11:30am4:30pm (1-2 lanes available)

Swim Team 4:30-6pm (0-1 lanes available)

POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

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

OPEN SWIM 8-8:30pm

OPEN SWIM 8-8:30pm

OPEN SWIM 8-8:30pm

(1-2 lanes available)

Aqua Fitness 9-10am

SATURDAY

(0-1 lanes available)

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

(1-2 lanes available)

(2-4 lanes available)

(1-2 lanes available)

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

(1-2 lanes available)

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-9am

OPEN SWIM 10am-4:30pm

Swim Lessons 4:30-7pm Swim Team 4:45-6:45pm

FRIDAY

OPEN SWIM 6pm-8:30pm

POOL CLOSED

(1-2 lanes available)

(1-2 lanes available)

POOL CLOSED

Pool schedules are subject to change at any time. For the most current schedule please visit www.cvprd.com or call 303-833-3660. “Adult Swim Only” will be available where there is space during programming. Lap lane availability will be limited during swim lessons and swim team times.

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ACTIVITY AND SLIDE POOL SCHEDULE SUNDAY

MONDAY

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-8am

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

RIVER AND LOG POOL CLOSED

WEDNESDAY

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-8am

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-8:15am

POOL CLOSED

RIVER AND LOG POOL CLOSED

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-9am

FRIDAY

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-8am

PowerWaves 8-9am

POOL CLOSED (OPENS at 8am)

Cardio Waves 8:15-9am

RIVER CLOSED

RIVER CLOSED

RIVER CLOSED

RIVER CLOSED

Swim Lessons 9-11:30am

Swim Lessons 9-11:30am

Swim Lessons 9-11:30am

Parent - Tot Hour 9-10am

Swim Lessons 9-11:30am

POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

Swim Lessons 9-12:30am

OPEN SWIM 12-4:30pm

POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

OPEN SWIM 11:30am-8:30pm OPEN SWIM 11:30am-8:30pm

OPEN SWIM 12:30am-4:30pm

Swim Lessons 4:30-7pm

Swim Lessons 4:30-7pm

POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

OPEN SWIM 7-8:30pm

OPEN SWIM 7-8:30pm

River Insanity 8:15-9am

POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

OPEN SWIM 11:30am-4:30pm

POOL CLOSED

SATURDAY

PowerWaves 8-9am

RIVER CLOSED

PowerWaves 8-9am

THURSDAY ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-7am Circuit 6-7am

OPEN SWIM 11:30am-4:30pm OPEN SWIM 10am-8:30pm

POOL CLOSED

POOL CLOSED

When swim lessons are not in session, open swim will begin at 10 am and continue until the facility is closed.

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AQUATICS PROGRAMS LIFEGUARD TRAINING-BLENDED LEARNING

This American Red Cross course provides a generalized view of lifeguarding skills and practices. All course material along with CPR/AED/ First Aid for the Professional Rescuer is 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 email address at registration. Prerequisites: 15 years of age by the first class; 300 yard continuous swim using freestyle, breaststroke or the combination of the two; swim 20 yards, dive down 7-10 feet, retrieve 10-pound brick and bring it back to starting point on your back with both hands on brick and face out of water (all in less than one minute 40 seconds; two minutes of continuous treading water without using arms. Registration: July 1-29 Fee: $165 D, $175 ND In-Class Meeting Dates: August 7-10 Time: 8 am-3 pm

LIFEGUARD READINESS COURSE

This class is designed for those interested in becoming a lifeguard, but are not ready to complete the prerequisite swimming skills. Under the direction of a certified Lifeguard Instructor, participants will learn or refine the swimming skills necessary to participate in an American Red Cross Lifeguarding course. Classes are an hour long and run once per week for four weeks. Participants will work toward the following goals: •

Swim 300 yards continuously using freestyle, breaststroke or a combination of the two

Swim 20 yards, dive down 7-10 feet, retrieve a 10-pound brick and bring it back to the surface then swim the brick back to the starting point keeping both hands on the brick and the face out of the water.

Complete items above in less than 1 minute, 40 seconds

Two minutes of continuous treading water without using arms

Dates: June 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28 Time: 4-5 pm Registration: May 1-June 4 Fees: $25 D, $30 ND

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 Time: Fridays, 9 – 10 am

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YOGA IN THE PARK

FITNESS & WELLNESS WEIGHT AND CARDIO ROOM ORIENTATIONS Fitness staff will walk you through the weight and cardio rooms to give you a better understanding of how to adjust the equipment and properly position yourself on the machines. While this orientation will familiarize you with the fitness equipment, it will not provide an exercise plan. If you are interested in a personalized work out plan, please see page 32. For more information or to schedule a weight room orientation, please call 303-833-3660 x 114. Age: 15+ Fee: Free

BODY COMPOSITION ASSESSMENTS With this assessment, a fitness staff member measures lean body mass by use of the Lange Skinfold Caliper system. Call 303-833-3660 x 114 or email sshankweiler@cvprd.com to set up an appointment. Age: 12+ Fee: $10 D, $15 ND

COUCH TO 5K PROGRAM Have you ever wanted to complete a 5k race but are unsure how to get started? Check out our Couch to 5k Program! The program meets once a week for six weeks with additional workouts and information provided by a certified fitness professional. Designed for all levels from walkers to advanced JUNIOR TRAINERS runners who are working on pace goals. Children learn how to appropriately Firecracker 5k registration included for use weight and cardio room equipment, those who complete the entire program. proper weight room etiquette, and Age: 12+ Fee: $50 D, $40 ND basic human anatomy. Participation in Day Dates Time the class is required for access to the T May 23-June 26 5:30-6:30 pm weight and cardio rooms with adult YOGA WORKSHOP SERIES supervision. Age: 13-14 Certified yoga instructors help strengthen Select one of the following dates: and deepen your yoga practice. A series May 3, 17, 31 of four, 90 minute workshops cover June 7, 21 topics including: July 5, 19 June 10 Alignment Aug 2, 16 June 24 Use of props Time: 5:30-7 pm July 8 Arm balances and inversions Fee: $10 D, $15 ND July 22 Restorative and Yin Yoga Time: 1–2:30 pm Fee: $70 D, $80 ND (whole workshop) $20 D, $30 ND per day

Strengthen your body and mind with FREE Yoga in the Park. Join us the first and third Thursdays of the month in May through August during the Town of Frederick’s Farmer’s Market and enjoy the peace and tranquility that comes with practicing yoga outdoors. Ages: 10+ (with parent supervision) Location: Crist Park, Frederick Time: 6 pm Day: Every 1st and 3rd Thursday May - August

SUMMER BOOT CAMP CHALLENGE This 8 week kick-butt challenge combines cardio, strength, and muscular endurance training in each workout to help you lose fat, improve strength and endurance, and enhances your functional fitness. A body fat test is included prior to the start of the program and at the completion of the challenge. Participants must complete all eight sessions for challenge prizes. Instructor: Heather Frank To schedule your assessments, email or call Suzi Shankweiler, Fitness and Wellness Coordinator, at sshankweiler@cvprd.com or 303-833-3660 x 114. Age: 16+ Fee: $50 D, $60 ND Day Date Time S June 3-July 29* 9-10 am *No class July 1

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GROUP FITNESS

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

There are no additional costs for any group fitness classes. All classes are included with admission. 30/30 CYCLE POWER 30 minutes of cycling followed by 30 minutes of strength training off the bike. A perfect combination of cardio and strength. 30 MINUTE H.I.I.T This High Intensity Interval Training class concentrates on short bursts of intervals to provide improved athletic capacity, strength and cardiovascular fitness. 30 MINUTE H.I.I.T CYCLING Kick-start your metabolism through a series of short, high intensity intervals. Don’t like being in the seat for an hour? You’ve found the right class. Short, but intense. For all fitness levels. ALL LEVELS YOGA A Vinyasa style class, synchronizing breath with movement. This class builds balance, strength, tones the mind and body, and leaves you feeling invigorated. Focuses on alignment and safety, with modifications for advanced poses, inversions, and arm balances. Expect to build heat through breath, sweat, twisting and balance. Great for beginners and challenging enough for experienced yogis. BALANCE AND FLOW YOGA This class is an integrative Vinyasa Yoga based class. It will involve heat building flows with strength and flexibility. BOOT CAMP High intensity exercise class designed to increase strength, speed, muscular and cardiovascular endurance.

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BODYPUMP™ The original barbell class that shapes, tones and strengthens your entire body. Great music and your choice of weight inspires you to get the results you came for - and fast! This 60 minute addictive workout challenges all of your major muscle groups by using the best weight-room exercises such as squats, presses, deadlifts and curls. ‘KIA KAHA’…Forever Strong! BODYPUMPilates 30 minute BODYPUMP® format followed by 30 minute of Pilates. Strength followed by lengthening and core. The ultimate workout! GENTLE YOGA Low impact yoga class perfect for the new or beginning yogi, looking for a peaceful and relaxing experience. INDOOR CYCLE Technique, power and cardiovascular endurance training for all levels of cyclists. INSANE INTERVALS This cardio-based class combines elements of max interval training using athletic and plyometric drills to increase speed, agility, strength and endurance. Intended for all fitness levels. INTERVAL You’re on the clock! Timed intervals will help improve strength, stamina and agility by incorporating all muscle groups to get in shape fast!

View the group fitness class schedule at www.cvprd.com


INTRO TO YOGA Yogis of all levels are welcome to this short introduction to some of the most commonly used postures in Hatha, Vinyasa, and Ashtanga style yoga. Each session focuses on breath and alignment for standing, seated, and reclined postures in a safe, welcoming environment. Offered the first Monday of the month. MAT PILATES Through continuous movement, Pilates lengthens, strengthens, sculpts, and tones all major muscle groups with an emphasis on core. It helps improve posture, flexibility and balance. Utilize the FitBall®, along with other tools, to achieve maximum results. Beginner to advanced welcome.

PIYO Combines the muscle-sculpting, core-firming benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility advantages of Yoga. We crank up the speed to deliver a true fat-burning, low impact workout.

SEE PAGE 24 FOR AQUA FITNESS CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

RESTORATIVE YOGA Relax, renew and rejuvenate with a deep, relaxing style of yoga. Restorative yoga focuses on alleviating stress through a receptive practice. Asanas are held for longer periods using props for support. It’s great for all body types, ages, and new practitioners, as well as experienced yogis.

STRENGTH AND TONE Work all the major muscle groups in this well-rounded sculpting class. Hand weights, bars, resistance tubes, and balls are all incorporated in this class. This is a great overall workout without the cardio. STRETCH & FLEX Dance elements are used for strengthening and lengthening muscles. Blending Yoga, Pilates and deep tissue release with foam rollers, you’re sure to feel more relaxed and stretched out leaving this class. TAI CHI Gentle moving poses and low impact exercises that helps build balance, a healthy spirit, mind and body. ZUMBA® A fun, total body workout, combining all elements of fitness – cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome. No dance experience required. ZUMBA GOLD.® Perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba® class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. Easy-to-follow Zumba® choreography focuses on balance, range of motion, coordination and of course…FUN! ZUMBA® TONING Lightweight maraca-like toning sticks enhance your sense of rhythm and coordination, while toning target zones, including arms, core and lower body.

View the group fitness class schedule at www.cvprd.com

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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. Handheld weights, elastic tubing with handles and a ball are offered for resistance; and a chair is used for seated and/or standing support. SILVERSNEAKERS® CIRCUIT Combine fun with fitness to increase cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout. Upper body strength work with handheld weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a SILVERSNEAKERS® ball is alternated with non-impact choreography. A chair is offered for support, stretching and relaxation exercises. SILVERSNEAKERS® CARDIO This workout focuses on cardiovascular endurance. Includes easy to follow low-impact movement and upper body strength, abdominal conditioning, stretching and relaxation exercises designed to energize your active lifestyle. Floor option available.

Relax

Everyone deserves to

Massage Services at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center

Cranial Sacral Therapy (CST) Cranial Sacral Therapy is a gentle, hands-on approach to body work. It focuses on the bones of the head, spinal column, sacrum, and the underlying structures. CST is helpful for many things including chronic pain, neck and back, headaches, TMJ Dysfunction, auditory problems and learning behavioral disorders in children and adults. LMT: Kellyanne Klink Therapeutic Swedish Massage 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 nodes in the body and release toxins from the muscles. Deep tissue and Trigger-Point work are available as needed or requested. LMT: Kellyanne Klink, Katy Fox l

Injury Massage

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Deep Tissue Massage

l

Hot Stone Massage

l

Trigger Point Release Massage

Benefits include but are not limited to:

• Improved circulation • Lowering blood pressure • Improving flexibility and range of motion • Headache relief • Decreasing stress, anxiety, and fatigue • Increasing immunity, energy, and concentration • Improving sleep quality • Helping athletes in training

Rates

30 minutes 60 minutes 90 minutes

$30 D, $40 ND $60 D, $70 ND $85 D, $95 ND

Senior Rates 60 minutes 90 minutes

$45 D, $55 ND $75 D, $85 ND

To schedule an appointment call 303-833-3660.

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PERSONAL TRAINING

Your exercise program should be as unique as you are. Schedule a one-on-one session with a certified personal trainer who will develop an individualized exercise program based on your current fitness level, needs, and goals. Each trainer has a variety of specializations and skills. All trainers are nationally certified and hold CPR/First Aid/AED certifications.

MEET OUR PERSONAL TRAINERS KATY FOX

KATY FOX is an APA-I certified aquatic fitness instructor with over 12 years of experience. Katy has an aqua PT certification through APA-I. CPR, First Aid and Silver Splash certified. She is also a certified Watsu aqua therapist. Specialization: Aquatics training which provides a natural resistance training with low impact, increasing flexibility and cardio endurance. Watsu is a form of aquatic bodywork used for deep relaxation and passive aquatic therapy. HEATHER FRANK is an NASM Certified Personal Trainer and Certified Group Personal Trainer. Specialization: Strength training, group interval training, weight loss, and overall general fitness.

HEATHER FRANK

TANA GREENE is an AFAA Certified Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor. She is also a certified SilverSneakers® Fitness Instructor. Specialization: Injury prevention, weight training, core training, post rehab, older adults, and overall general fitness. SARA PICKERING has a B.S. in Dietetics and Nutrition with a minor in Exercise Science. She is a 200 hour registered Yoga Instructor and is also certified in Yoga Alliance Envision. Sara has her Group Exercise certifications with NASM and Lifetime. Specialization: Stretching and flexibility, Yoga and core fitness, sports conditioning, youth fitness, running and triathlon training.

SCHEDULE A PERSONAL TRAINING SESSION

TANA GREENE

To set up an appointment with a personal trainer simply fill out a personal trainer request form at the recreation center or www.cvprd.com. Once you turn in the request form, your personal trainer will contact you within 72 hours. It’s just that easy!*

PERSONAL TRAINING RATES

SARA PICKERING

PERSONAL TRAINING SPECIAL

1-hr. single session…………….…$40 D, $50 ND 1-hr. partner session………….…$60 D, $70 ND (6) 1-hr. single sessions….….$210 D, $260 ND (6) 1-hr. partner sessions.......$310 D, $360 ND

Is it time to refresh your training regimen? Let one of our personal trainers help get you back on track for summer.

*Certain health conditions may require physician’s approval prior to your first session.

During the month of June, buy 2 personal training sessions get 1 free.

To book a personal training session call 303-833-3660.

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Join us May 20th for our 5th Annual Event!

2017

Carbon Valley Half Marathon Relay, 5K, FUN RUN & EXPO

RUN for Autism!

Register today! www.cvhalfmarathon.org

Father’s Day JUNE 18, 2017

Dads get in free to the Carbon Valley Recreation Center on Father’s Day with a child’s paid admission.

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ACTIVE ADULT

PROGRAMS SENIOR CENTER HOLIDAY CLOSURES

Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day

MISSION

May 29 July 4 September 4

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

Closed for Cleaning Week August 27 - September 4

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

ANNUAL ACTIVE ADULT/SENIOR CENTER MEMBERSHIP

The Carbon Valley Active Adult/Senior Center is the place for adults age 55 and older to have fun and take advantage of discounted rates on day trips and other social and fitness activities. Annual Membership Fee: $50 D, $70 ND

MEMBERS ENJOY:

• Reduced rates on fun day trips to destinations throughout the Front Range

Volunteers make great things happen at the Active Adult/Senior Center! We work with RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) so volunteers can track their hours using a recording sheet that is available at the Active Adult/Senior Center. Whether answering phones, making newcomers feel welcome, participating on the Active Adult Senior Advisory Team, or checking in lunch guests, our volunteers are the foundation to our successful program. Call 303-833-2739 today to see how you can pitch in.

ACTIVE ADULT/SENIOR TEAM ADVISORY COMMITTEE

• Discounted Wednesday lunch fees • Exercise and health education opportunities • Meeting mature and fun folks 55 and older in a friendly, safe, and social setting

Carbon Valley Active Adult/Senior Center 6615 Frederick Way I Frederick 303-833-2739 Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4 pm

This committee advises Carbon Valley Recreation District about senior programs. Meetings are the first Monday of the month.

• Volunteer opportunities

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ACTIVE ADULT PROGRAMS DROP-IN PROGRAMS

SERVICE PROGRAMS

ADULT COLORING BOOK TIME

A MATTER OF BALANCE

Bring an adult coloring book and your colors and join the group for coloring and conversation. Coloring takes place every Thursday at 1 pm.

Learn ways to reduce the fear of falling and break the fear of falling cycle by increasing activity levels. The program focuses on practical coping strategies. A variety of activities address physical, social, and cognitive factors affecting fear of falling. Workshop meets once a week for eight weeks. Registration required by calling (970) 346-6950 x 6117. Free for 60+. Program held at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. Day Date Time F July 28- Sep 15 1-3 pm

ANGEL PROGRAM

G.I. COFFEE HOUR

Stop by the Senior Center every Friday at 9:30 am and catch up with other veterans. Don’t be surprised if you stay more than an hour, this program is all about sharing. Snacks and black gold are served.

DOMINOES

Everyone is welcome to play Dominoes every Wednesday after lunch at 1 pm. A refresher will be given and it’s always a lot of fun.

APPLE PRODUCTS Q & A

Have questions about your apple product (iPad, iPod, or iPhone)? Come at 10 am on Tuesday to the Senior Center to ask your questions and have them answered!

CRAFT GROUP

Join our weekly craft group that meets every Tuesday from 1-4 pm to make Jewelry and work on other crafts. Everyone welcome! We will show you how to do it.

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More than 1,000 seniors are served by CVPRD each year. Educational classes, excursions and lunch programs are just a few of the many programs offered by the District. Unfortunately, not everyone can afford to take advantage of these offerings. The Angel Program allows generous members of the community to donate to those in need. Examples of Angel gifts include sponsoring a senior membership, funding a senior trip, and more. If you would like to be an Angel or are in need of an Angel, call 303-833-3660 x 117. The Angel Program is confidential.

BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS

Keep up on your heart stats. Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) are available to check your blood pressure at the Senior Center the third Wednesday of the month at 11:45 am.

LOAN CLOSET

Participants age 60 and over and caregivers of persons age 60 and over are welcome to check out equipment from the Active Adult/Senior Center Loan Closet for personal use at home for up to two months. Equipment includes canes, wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, and shower benches. All donations are welcome.

VNA MEDICAL FOOT CARE CLINIC

Operated by Visiting Nurses Association (VNA), services include foot care, health checks, and blood pressure checks. Fee for foot care is $35 ($45 for first visit of new patients) payable at time of appointment. Foot care is Kaiser covered with pre-approval. Call 303-833-2739 for an appointment the 3rd Monday of every month. Age: 55+

LUNCH WITH A LIBRARIAN

Librarians from the Carbon Valley Regional Library visit the Active Adult/Senior Center the third Wednesday of the month at 11 am to issue library cards, check out books/DVDs, and answer questions.

LUNCH PROGRAMS FRIENDLY FORK: WELD COUNTY NUTRITION LUNCH PROGRAM

Weld County’s Senior Nutrition Program provides nutritious and delicious meals for seniors every Tuesday and Thursday from noon – 1 pm at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. The program’s meal strives to meet 33 1/3 percent of the daily recommended dietary allowance. For more information and menus visit www.weldaaa.org. Registration: 11 am the day before Call 303-833-2739 to register. Suggested donation of $3. Age: 60+

WEDNESDAY LUNCHES

Join us at the Active Adult/Senior Center every Wednesday from noon - 1 pm for a delicious catered lunch from various restaurants. The menu is posted at www.cvprd.com and at the Active Adult/Senior Center. Enjoy visiting with other participants and stay to play games afterwards. Registration is required by 11 am the day before the lunch. Fee: $7 SCM, $8 D, $10 ND

SC = Senior Center I RC = Recreation Center I AB = Administration Building (320 Maple St., Frederick)


ACTIVE ADULT FITNESS SILVERSNEAKERS® CARDIO CIRCUIT

TIVITY HEALTH SILVERSNEAKERS®

Tivity Health offers a number of older-adult programs including the SilverSneakers ® Fitness program which offers physical activity, health education, and social events to help reduce health care costs driven by the physical and mental effects of aging and physician and hospital visits. As a contracted provider, CVPRD offers fitness equipment and signature SilverSneakers® classes, which are designed specifically for older adults and taught by certified instructors. Visit www.SilverSneakers.com to see if you are eligible.

SILVERSNEAKERS® FITNESS & NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION

Take a guided tour through the recreation center and learn how to use the cardio and weight equipment. Learn about the many benefits of SilverSneakers® membership and the fitness classes offered at CVPRD. Register at the recreation center front desk. Free for SilverSneakers® members . Day Date Time Location Th May 4 1-2 pm RC Th June 1 1-2 pm RC Th July 6 1-2 pm RC Th Aug 3 1-2 pm RC

SILVERSNEAKERS® CARDIO FIT

This workout focuses on cardiovascular endurance. Includes easy to follow low-impact movement and upper body strength, abdominal conditioning, stretching, and relaxation exercises designed to energize your active lifestyle. Floor option available. Day Time Location Th 10:30-11:30 am RC

Combine fun with fitness to increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout. Upper body strength work with handheld weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball is alternated with nonimpact choreography. A chair is offered for support, stretching, and relaxation exercises. Day Time Location W 10:30-11:30 am RC

TAI CHI

The gentle moving poses of Tai Chi help build a healthy mind, body, and spirit. This low impact class moves through a variety of full body exercise and leaves you feeling refreshed. Free to SS and pass holders. Drop-in class. Age: 55+ Day Date Time Location TWTh 11:30 am-12:30 pm RC Th 10:30-11:30 am SC

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. Handheld weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball are offered for resistance. A chair is used for seated and/or standing support. Day Time Location MF 10:30-11:30 am RC

SILVERSNEAKERS® COFFEE AND JUICE BAR

Make new friends and orient yourself with the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. Existing and new SilverSneakers® participants are welcome. Friendly conversation, coffee, juice, fresh fruit, and pastries await you. Come in and start taking advantage of your SilverSneakers® benefits! Free for SilverSneakers® and pass holders. Age: 55+ Day Date Time Location F May 26 8-11 am RC F June 30 8-11 am RC F July 28 8-11 am RC F Aug 25 8-11 am RC

See page 11 for information about our new adult tap class

HEALTHY HEARTS WALKING PROGRAM

Walk Across America Continued

May 9- July 20, 9-10 am only Chart your walking minutes, miles, or steps on a “virtual” walk across America. The adventure covers a total of 651 miles which you complete on the track at the recreation center. No registration required. Free for SilverSneakers® members or CVPRD pass holders. Active Adult/Senior Center members pay only $1 per visit. All others pay $2. Staff is on-site to lead a warm-up and for assistance. A party is held at the end of the session to celebrate everyone’s success. For more information call 303-833-2739.

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ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS WILL MAKING SEMINAR

In a single, easy, and enjoyable session, complete a will, living will, medical power of attorney, financial power of attorney, and organ donor card, all with the help of licensed attorney, Rebecca L. Bennetti, and her staff. Cost includes all materials, witnessing, notarizing, individual review, and plenty of time for discussion and questions. Participants do not need to bring anything to class. Cost is per person. Age: 18+ Day Date Time Fee Location W May 3 1:45-4:45 pm $125 D, $150 ND RC Th June 8 5:30-8:30 pm $125 D, $150 ND RC S July 15 10 am-1 pm $125 D, $150 ND RC W Aug 9 1:45-4:45 pm $125 D, $150 ND RC

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES FOR DEMENTIA CAREGIVERS

Caregivers learn to decode verbal and behavioral communication by someone with Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Participants leave with strategies for meaningful connection with people in early, middle, and late stage dementia. Age: 18+ Day Date Time Fee Location F May 5 1:30- 3 pm Free RC

AARP SMART DRIVER COURSE

The AARP Smart Driver Course teaches valuable defensive driving strategies and provides a refresher of the rules of the road. The course helps drivers learn research-based tips to adapt their driving to compensate for physical and cognitive changes that may occur with aging. Plus, you may qualify for a multi-year automobile insurance discount by completing the course (check with your auto insurance carrier). Payable by check only to AARP. Pre-registration is recommended. Payment is due to the instructor on the first day of class. Age: 50+ Fee: $15 per person for AARP members, $20 per person for non-AARP members. Day Date Time Location W May 10 1-5:30 pm RC W July 12 1-5:30 pm RC W Sep 13 1-5:30 pm RC

AGING HAPPILY

Getting older can be stressful, but understanding your body’s changes can help ease your mind. Discover ways to boost your physical, emotional, and spiritual health so you can live a happier, healthier life. Age: 18+ Day Date Time Fee Location F May 19 10 am Free RC

LOW-VISION EYE CLINIC

Do you have low vision or an eye disorder like macular degeneration, glaucoma, or diabetic retinopathy and need help with daily tasks? An eye doctor and occupational therapist team from Ensight Skills Center will provide low-vision eye exams, occupational therapy, training, and assistive technology devices to help you remain active and independent. Ask us for information on insurance and funding. Weld County Area Agency on Aging partners with and provides funding for Ensight’s services. For more information, visit Ensightskills.org. Schedule an appointment with Ensight by calling 970-407-9999. Day Date Time Location W May 24 8 am-4 pm AB

FIVE SNEAKY CAUSES OF WEIGHT GAIN

Are you eating well and staying active, but noticing that the scale keeps creeping up? Find out about 5 potential pitfalls that may be causing you to gain weight. Age: 18+ Day Date Time Fee Location F June 16 10 am Free RC

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SC = Senior Center I RC = Recreation Center I AB = Administration Building (320 Maple St., Frederick)


EASY PAINTING CLASSES

We invite you to a fun afternoon of acrylic painting on canvas. All materials are included. Artist Tami will give step-by-step instructions and show you how to create a beautiful painting to take home with you. Sign-up today! Age: 18+ Day Date Time Fee Location F June 23 10-11:30 am $19 SCM, $20 D, $23 ND SC F Aug 18 10-11:30am $19 SCM, $20 D, $23 ND SC

THE BASICS: MEMORY LOSS, DEMENTIA AND ALZHEIMER’S

Alzheimer’s disease is not a normal part of aging. If you or someone you know is affected by Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, it’s time to learn the facts. This program provides information on detection, possible causes and risk factors, stages of the disease, treatment, and much more. Age: 18+ Day Date Time Fee Location M July 17 1-2:30 pm Free RC

HOW TRUE IS THAT HEALTH NEWS?

It can be hard to know fact from fiction when it comes to popular health advice. We’ll help you set the facts straight by exposing some very tricky health myths. Age: 18+ Day Date Time Fee Location F July 21 10 am Free RC

SCM = Senior Center Member I D = District I ND = Non-District

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TECHNOLOGY

LEARN ONLINE SAFETY AND PRIVACY

The internet offers many opportunities to create, explore, collaborate, and of course, shop! Learn how to manage online experiences, whether shopping or social networking, in a safe and secure way. Topics include how to browse safely, shop smart, recognize scams, think before you click, password safety, and precautions for public Wi-Fi. Security and privacy settings for popular social networks like Facebook are also addressed. Age: 18+ Day Date Time Fee Location M May 1 9:30-11:30 am $18 D, $20 ND RC

INTRO TO FACEBOOK

Facebook provides an excellent way to stay connected to family and friends online but getting started can be frustrating and intimidating. Learn the basics of setting up and using a personal Facebook account including posting and sharing photos, finding friends, commenting on posts, online chatting and managing your privacy settings. Bring a smartphone, tablet or laptop to follow along however a device is not required. Age: 18+ Day Date Time Fee Location M May 15 9:30-11:30 am $18 D, $20 ND RC M Aug 7 9:30-11:30 am $18 D, $20 ND RC

WHAT THE APP? USING APPS FOR YOUR SMARTPHONE AND TABLET

Easy to download and often free, mobile apps for smartphones and tablets can be fun and convenient but before you download, consider how they’re paid for, what information they may gather from your device, and who gets that information. Explore mobile app basics for both Apple and Android devices and receive an overview of popular apps for seniors. Class style is demonstration; a handout is provided. Age: 18+ Day Date Time Fee Location M July 17 9:30-11:30 am $18 D, $20 ND RC

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SPECIAL EVENTS LOCAL GIRL SCOUT TROOP 71171 JUNIORS BRONZE AWARD PROJECT

Friday, May 5 I 5-7:30 pm Prairie Greens Clubhouse

7781 Mountain View Dr., Frederick The Bronze Award is the highest award that a Junior can receive from Girl Scouts and it is obtained by doing a project that gives back to the community. Troop 71171 Juniors is comprised of 4th and 5th graders from area elementary schools who have chosen to help seniors in Carbon Valley as their Bronze Award project. The troop is hosting a Spaghetti Dinner and Bingo Night for seniors to attend for free! Come socialize, tell stories, and have a good time with the troop. Call 303-833-2739 to reserve your spot today.

PICNIC IN THE PARK

TRIPS TRIP AND ACTIVITY POLICIES

Pre-registration is required for all classes and trips

Payment is due at the time of registration

All classes and trips are subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment is not met

Arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time

All arrival times are approximate. We will make every effort to depart and arrive in a timely manner.

No smoking on vans or buses

An exertion chart has been established on the physical intensity of the trip. Exertion numbers are listed next to each trip.

Participants who need special accommodations must contact the Active Adult/Senior Coordinator at least two weeks prior to the activity

Registeration allowed after deadline if space is available

Friday, June 9 I 11 am - 2 pm

Start the summer off right with a beautiful picnic in the park. Staff will select a park and pack a lunch for everyone to enjoy! Get out and enjoy the outdoors of Colorado. Fee: $7 SCM, $8 D, $10 ND

MID SUMMER’S BBQ

Friday, July 7 I 11 am - 2:30 pm Carbon Valley Senior Center

REFUND POLICY ON TRIPS AND ACTIVITIES

If the class or trip is cancelled by the Recreation District, a full credit will be automatically applied to your account.

Cancellations initiated after the cancellation deadline will not receive a refund, unless the space can be filled by another participant.

TRIP EXERTION CHART

Enjoy grilled hamburgers, hot dogs, games and fun in the sun at the annual Mid-Summer’s BBQ. Fee: $7 SCM, $8 D, $10 ND

This is a generalization of the exertion levels for the trips:

SENIOR CENTER MEMBERS ARE COOL!

2 Easy, mostly sitting with some walking

Wednesday, August 16 I 1:30 pm Carbon Valley Senior Center

Thanks to all of the wonderul Senior Center members for supporting the Senior Center. Since we think you are cool, we’re throwing an ice cream party in your honor. Come for the weekly Wednesday lunch and stay for dessert. Registration is required. Free to Senior Center members.

1 Easy, mostly sitting 3 Moderate, some walking, possible stairs 4 Moderate, to high, lots of walking, outside, some elevation 5 High, long day, lots of walking, stairs, elevation

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ACTIVE ADULT TRIPS

MAY

MARDI GRAS CASINO (3)

IKEA (3)

Shop ‘til you drop at this incredible Swedish home furnishings store in Centennial. The store has 415,000 sq. ft. of floor space, 50 room settings, three complete model home interiors and a 500 seat restaurants with Swedish specialties. Enjoy roaming the store and eating lunch before returning home. Fee includes transportation and escort. Lunch is on your own. Cancellation deadline: April 25 Day Date Time Fee T May 2 9 am-3 pm $10 SCM, $12 D, $14 ND

Sit back and relax as you are comfortably taken to the Mardi Gras Casino in Blackhawk. The casino package includes $10 food credit, $5 free play on card, and free drinks while gambling. A player’s card must be used to earn and receive the package. Participants must be 21 or older to go on the trip. Meals are on your own. Fee includes transportation. Cancellation deadline: May 15 Day Date Time Fee M May 22 8 am-4:30 pm $4 SCM, $5 D, $9 ND

SUPPER CLUB- CRACOVIA (2)

Cracovia Restaurant and Bar in Westminster is a familyowned and operated restaurant that prides itself on being the most authentic Polish-American restaurant in Colorado. Made with only the finest ingredients, each dish has the warmth of a traditional home-cooked meal. Fee includes transportation. Dinner, drinks, and tip on your own. Cancellation deadline: May 16 Day Date Time Fee T May 23 4:30-7:30 pm $8 SCM, $10 D, $12 ND

JUNE

REDSTONE MEADERY (3)

RAMBLER RANCH (5)

This museum in Elizabeth is dedicated to preserving the history of the Nash-Kelvinator Corporation and American Motors Corporation (AMC). Visiting this facility is like stepping back in time. American Motors, Nash, Rolls Royce, Mercedes, BMW, Vauxhall, Bricklin, Funwagon, and more are represented in the museum. Fee includes transportation, escort, and tour. Lunch is on your own. Cancellation deadline: May 4 Day Date Time Fee Th May 11 9 am-1 pm $20 SCM, $22 D, $24 ND

COLORADO ROCKIES VS LOS ANGELES DODGERS (5)

Enjoy popcorn and peanuts at Coors Field while watching the Colorado Rockies take on the Los Angeles Dodgers. Seats are located in the shade. Fee includes transportation, ticket, parking, and escort. Cancellation deadline: May 8 Day Date Time Fee Su May 14 11:30 am-6 pm $22 SCM, $24 D, $26 ND

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Redstone Meadery strives to the produce the highest quality honey wine on the market. Redstone does not cork, to avoid oxidation, but instead uses swing top bottles. This ensures the mead will not breathe while cellaring plus offers a much longer shelf life once the bottle has been opened. They also do not add any sulfites, a known allergen, as honey is its own natural preservative. The company strives to feature the flavors of the fermentable as much as possible. Enjoy a guided tour and a free tasting. Fee includes transportation, tour, and escort. Lunch at your own cost. Cancellation deadline: May 26 Day Date Time Fee F June 2 10:30 am-3 pm $10 SCM, $12 D, $14 ND

SUPPER CLUB- ON THE BORDER (2)

Three friends had an idea to share border-style food with the world. Border-style means mesquite-grilled meat, fresh ingredients, hand-pressed tortillas, and sauces made in small batches. Words hardly do it justice, don’t miss your chance to try this restaurant. Fee includes transportation and escort. Dinner, drinks, and tip on your own. Cancellation deadline: June 6 Day Date Time Fee T June 13 4:30-7:30 pm $8 SCM, $10 D, $12 ND

SCM = Senior Center Member I D = District I ND = Non-District


ACTIVE ADULT TRIPS SUPPER CLUB- WESTFALON HOF (2)

Join us for our evening of German Cuisine in Golden. Westfalon Hof will guide you as you journey through the fine cuisines of Germany and Europe. Traditional recipes have been brought from overseas. Fee includes transportation and escort. Dinner, drinks, and tip on your own. Cancellation deadline: July 7 Day Date Time Fee F July 14 4:30-8:30 pm $8 SCM, $10 D, $12 ND

NOAA – NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERE ADMINISTRATION TOUR (5)

COLORADO ROCKIES VS ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS (5)

Enjoy popcorn and peanuts at Coors Field while watching the Colorado Rockies take on the Arizona Diamondbacks. Seats are located in the shade. Fee includes transportation, ticket, parking and escort. Lunch at your own cost. Cancellation deadline: June 15 Day Date Time Fee Th June 22 11:30 am-6 pm $22 SCM, $24 D, $26 ND

MARDI GRAS CASINO (3)

Feeling lucky? Sit back and relax as you are comfortably taken to the Mardi Gras Casino in Blackhawk. The casino package includes $10 food credit, $5 free play on card, and free drinks while gambling. A player’s card must be used to earn and receive the package. You must be 21 or older to go on the trip. Meals are on your own. Fee includes transportation. Cancellation deadline: June 19 Day Date Time Fee M June 26 8 am-4:30 pm $4 SCM, $5 D, $9 ND

Be the first to learn the national weather forecast while touring several working portions of the NOAA laboratory including the Space Weather Prediction Center, ESRL Global Monitoring Division for information on the carbon dioxide record, the National Weather Service Forecast Office, and Science On a Sphere. Fee includes transportation, admission and escort. Lunch is on your own. Must present a valid ID at the start of the tour. Cancellation deadline: July 13 Day Date Time Fee Th July 20 9 am-2 pm $10 SCM, $12 D, $14 ND

ADAMS MYSTERY PLAYHOUSE (3)

The fun starts the minute you walk into this unique and whimsical mansion in Denver. Upon arriving you’ll meet some “suspicious” characters while enjoying a free scavenger hunt and cash bar. Next, head to the dining room to your assigned table to meet your crime-solving team, enjoy a buffet dinner, and mingle with characters who drop clues that will help you solve the crime. When dinner is over, the show begins. Participate as much, or as little, as you like! Fee includes transportation, escort, admission, dinner, and tax. Drinks and tip on your own. CASH bar only. Cancellation deadline: July 21 Day Date Time Fee F July 28 5-10:30 pm $55 SCM, $58 D, $60 ND

MARDI GRAS CASINO (3)

JULY

COLORADO ROCKIES VS CINCINNATI REDS (5)

Enjoy popcorn and peanuts at Coors Field while watching the Colorado Rockies take on the Cincinnati Reds. Seats are located in the shade. Fee includes transportation, ticket, parking and escort. Cancellation deadline: June 29 Day Date Time Fee Th July 6 11:30 am-6 pm $22 SCM, $24 D, $26 ND

Feeling lucky? Sit back and relax as you are comfortably taken to the Mardi Gras Casino in Blackhawk. The casino package includes $10 food credit, $5 free play on card, and free drinks while gambling. A player’s card must be used to earn and receive the package. You must be 21 or older to go on the trip. Meals are on your own. Fee includes transportation. Cancellation deadline: July 24 Day Date Time Fee M July 31 8 am-4:30 pm $4 SCM, $5 D, $9 ND

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ACTIVE ADULT PROGRAMS

August HIGH PLAINS CHAUTAUQUA (5)

High Plains Chautauqua will bring nine intriguing figures from history to the stage in Greeley. Chautauqua offers a unique blend of theater, history, and the humanities under the big tent where audiences meet and engage in conversation with personalities from the past. The event takes place in the Aims Community College campus and is open to the public. A festival theme and itinerary will be available closer to the event. Fee includes transportation. Lunch on your own. Cancellation deadline: July 28 Day Date Time Fee F Aug 4 8 am-3 pm $8 SCM, $10 D, $12 ND

SUPPER CLUB- ROSARIOS PERUVIAN (2)

We visit a different restaurant each month to enjoy company and dining. This month we’re visiting Rosarios in Longmont, a little gem of a place that offers traditional Peruvian food. Fee includes transportation and escort. Dinner, drinks, and tip on your own. Cancellation Deadline: August 1 Day Date Time Fee T Aug 8 4:30-7:30 pm $8 SCM, $10 D, $12 ND

COLORADO ROCKIES VS ATLANTA BRAVES (5)

Enjoy popcorn and peanuts at Coors Field while watching the Colorado Rockies take on the Atlanta Braves. Seats are located in the shade. Fee includes transportation, ticket, parking, and escort. Cancellation deadline: August 10 Day Date Time Fee Th Aug 17 11:30 am-6 pm $22 SCM, $24 D, $26 ND

MARDI GRAS CASINO (3)

Feeling lucky? Sit back and relax as you are comfortably taken to the Mardi Gras Casino in Blackhawk. The casino package includes $10 food credit, $5 free play on card, and free drinks while gambling. A player’s card must be used to earn and receive the package. You must be 21 or older to go on the trip. Meals are on your own. Fee includes transportation. Cancellation deadline: August 21 Day Date Time Fee M Aug 21 8 am-4:30 pm $4 SCM, $5 D, $9 ND

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STROLLS

Strolls are designed to give you an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors, take a leisurely walk, and take in some sights. Wear sturdy walking shoes and dress in layers because strolls vary in length. Don’t forget water. Difficulty Level Description Easy

• Suitable for children and seniors • Someone in fair hiking condition • Trails are generally in good condition • Very little elevation gain

Moderate

• Someone in good hiking condition • Trails are generally in good condition • Increased mileage • Moderate elevation gain

RED ROCKS TRAIL (EASY)

This 2.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Boulder features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. It’s primarily used for hiking and trail running. Day Date Time Fee F May 19 8 am- 2 pm $10 SCM, $12 D, $15 ND

LILY RIDGE TRAIL (EASY)

A 1.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Beaver Point that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding. Day Date Time Fee F June 16 8 am-2 pm $10 SCM, $12 D, $15 ND

ENCHANTED MESA AND MCLINTOCK NATURE TRAIL (EASY)

This trail is a 2 mile loop located near Boulder that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running and nature trips Day Date Time Fee M July 10 8 am-2 pm $10 SCM, $12 D, $15 ND

BIERSTADT LAKE LOOP TRAIL (MODERATE)

This 2.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail is located near Estes Park and features a lake. Day Date Time Fee T Aug 15 8 am-2 pm $10 SCM, $12 D, $15 ND


EXTENDED TRIPS WASHINGTON DC

June 20-30, 2017

$989 per person, double occupancy Add $360 for single occupancy Price includes: • Motorcoach transportation • 10 nights lodging including four consecutive nights in the Washington DC area • 18 meals: 10 breakfasts and 8 dinners • Two guided tours of Washington DC • Tours feature the WWII Memorial, Capitol Hill, Embassy Row, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, the Smithsonian, The Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial and more! • Evening guided Memorial and Monuments tour • Admission to George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate and Garden. For more information call Alex at 303-833-3660 x 117 or visit www.grouptrips.com/CarbonValleySeniors/1357694

CRIPPLE CREEK

Fall 2017

Spend two nights and three days in Cripple Creek at The Double Eagle Hotel and Casino. Enjoy a complimentary breakfast up to a value of $12 for each morning of your stay, $5 in casino play, and one time during your visit a hot dog, chips, and drink in the Paradise Grill. Please call Alex with questions at 303-833-3660 x 117.

{HERE{ YOUR AD

The CVPRD activities guide is a great way to get your business name and image in front of thousands of existing and potential customers. • • • •

17,500 copies are published three times per year 14,500 mailed to households in Carbon Valley 2500 are distributed in the rec center, Senior/Gymnastics Center, at local businesses, and community events Thousands view the online version at www.cvprd.com

Our valued advertisers enable us to continue to provide the many fun, exciting recreational and educational programs we offer to our community. Promote your business in the next guide and show your support and commitment to help make Carbon Valley a great place to live and work!

To reserve ad space in the next activities guide contact Heather Hammarstrom, Marketing and Communications, at hhammarstrom@cvprd.com or 720-728-8438. More information is also available at www.cvprd.com.

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CARBON VALLEY

3 RACE SERIES

CARBON VALLEY HALF MARATHON, RELAY, 5K AND FUN RUN

May 20, 2017

• BUILD COMMUNITY • SET A GOAL • WIN PRIZES WHAT IS THE 3 RACE SERIES?

Three local and totally independent events have partnered to offer runners cash prizes for participating in their races. All races are dedicated to building a stronger community.

cvhalfmarathon.org

FIRECRACKER 5K

JULY 4, 2017

WIN PRIZES $300

$150

Particpate in all three races and be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a $300 prize Participate in the Carbon Valley Half Marathon and either the Firecracker 5K or the Miner’s Day 5K and be entered in a drawing to win a $150 prize.

All qualifying finishers from the events are entered into the drawing. The more events you sign up for, the more chances you have to win!

Logo coming 14th Annual Carbon Valley

FIRE CRACKER 5K/10K

www.cvprd.com

MINER’S DAY 5K

September 16, 2017

HOW DO I SIGN UP? 1. Commit to the challenge 2. Log on to each race website and register today to take advantage of early bird discounts 3. Lace up your running shoes and we’ll see you at the races

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Tuesday Night Practice

5:30-7:30 pm I Fee: $5 D, $6 ND

RACING DACONO BMX AND CVPRD

Wednesday Night Learn to Ride Clinic 5-6 pm I Fee: $80 D, $85 ND Includes 30 day membership. Minimum 4 riders, maximum 20.

Learn the fundamentals of bike safety, develop the foundation skills of BMX racing, and compete in races. Beginner or advanced riders age 3 and older are welcome to participate. Season begins April 15. US BMX begins November 30.

Friday Night Speed Clinics coming soon

For more information email daconobmx@gmail.com or call 303-833-3660.

State Championship Qualifier Race Triple Point

Saturday Race Day

Single Point Registration 10-11 am - Race ASAP Fee: $10 D, $11 ND

Double Point Registration 4:30-6 pm - Race ASAP Fee: $20 D, $22 ND

4:30-6 pm

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GENERAL INFORMATION, REGISTRATION & POLICIES WHAT IS A SPECIAL DISTRICT?

Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District is a Special District, a form of local government authorized under state law and created to perform a specific purpose. CVPRD was created for the purpose of supplying recreational facilities and programs within its boundaries which include Dacono, Firestone, and Frederick. To find out if you are a district resident go to: https://www.co.weld. co.us/apps/ propertyportal/.

CUSTOMER DRESS CODE

Non-marking shoes are required in the gymnasium, racquetball courts, and fitness studio. Athletic attire, including closed toe athletic shoes, are required in the fitness areas. Shirts must be worn at all times (except in the pool area).

LOST AND STOLEN ITEMS

CODE OF CONDUCT

We strongly encourage patrons to bring their own lock or purchase one at Guest Services. Lockers are for daily use only. Items left in lockers after business hours will be removed and placed in lost and found. CVPRD is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Items in lost in found will be held no longer than a week.

PHOTOGRAPH, CAMERA AND VIDEO POLICES

Online:

Visit www.cvprd.com and click “Register Now”. Online registration the best way to register for a class quickly.

Phone:

Call 303-833-3660 to register for any CVPRD program, activity or event.

Patrons need to adhere to all policies and procedures established by the Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District. Anyone who violates them will be subject to disciplinary action. CVPRD is a zero tolerance District.

CVPRD reserves the right to use any photograph or image of anyone in any activity, facility, program, park, or event in publications or on social media. To submit a photo you’ve taken for use in CVPRD marketing materials, email the photo to hhammarstrom@cvprd.com.

CELL PHONE AND CAMERA POLICY

Cell phones and camera cell phones are strictly prohibited in the locker rooms and restrooms. Please pay special attention to your surroundings and respect others in close proximity when using your cell phone in the rest of the facility.

FOOD AND DRINK POLICY

No food or beverages will be allowed past the lobby with the exception of bottled water and sports drinks.

REGISTRATION

In-Person: Walk-in registrations may be done at any CVPRD facility.

GENERAL REGISTRATION POLICIES

• Class dates and time may change. Please check the website or call for updated information. • “District” is a person who pays property taxes to CVPRD. Not all residents inFrederick,Firestone, or Dacono meet this criteria. • Pre-registration is required for all classes. Payment is due at the time of registration. • Utilize the wait list process, whenever possible. Individuals on the wait list will be contacted if spots become available. • All classes are subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment is not met.

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REFUND POLICY

Full refunds are issued only if the class is cancelled by CVPRD. Administrative fees and any applicable cancellation fees will be assessed on any refund initiated by the participant. Administrative fees are $10.Refunds requested by the participant after the session has started are prorated. Refunds could take up to two weeks.

CUSTOMER CREDIT POLICY

• • • •

A customer may request a customer credit for cancelled classes or if they withdraw from a class. The credit will be retained on your account for two years. Credits will not be assessed an additional administrative fee at the time of withdrawal, however some cancellation fees may apply depending on the programs or pass. If the customer requests a check or credit card refund on an account credit, a $10 administrative fee will be assessed. Credits requested AFTER the program has begun will be prorated.

WAIT LIST POLICY

• Participants are added to the wait list any time they are unable to register for their first program choice. • When a space becomes available in a class, the first district participant on the wait list will be contacted. Once all of the district participants are contacted non-district will be called. • The participant will be contacted. If no one responds within two days, the space will be given to the next participant.

RETURNED CHECK POLICY

A $15 fee is charged for returned check.


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View the class schedule at www.cvprd.com


PRSRT STD U.S. Postage

PAID

Frederick, CO 80504 Permit No. 04

Postal Patron

S A L E

May 1 – 31

Purchase a 20 punch card pass at regular price and get another 20 punches half off.

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