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SEPT - DEC 2015 Recreation Makes Your Life Better. Election Nov 3rd.

r u o Y s ’ It Play!

COMMUNITY SPORTS FITNESS AQUATICS YOUTH GYMNASTICS SENIOR CENTER

www.cvprd.com 701 5th Street Frederick, CO 80530

303.833.3660


Important News From the Executive Director... Dear Friends, These are exciting times at the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District (CVPRD). Our commitment to building a healthy community has resulted in more residents taking advantage of our facilities and the programs we offer every day. This year has also been busy as we have begun looking to the future of the District and how we serve our residents. Since 2003, the population of the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District has increased by 264%. Our challenge has been to continue to provide the quality services our community has come to expect with more people than ever utilizing our facilities. At the direction of the Board of Directors, the staff and I have spent the last 12 months meeting with members of our community including community leaders, parents, seniors and organizations. These focus groups have allowed our team to form a vision of where the community wants to see the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District in 5 years. We have formulated a plan that incorporates the needs of residents of all ages. This plan recognizes the needs of our entire community. A mill levy increase would allow our current recreation center in Frederick to receive significant updates that have been delayed the past several years. This would also allow us to build a regional recreation center in the northern part of the District which will include a pool with outdoor splash pad, an indoor track, athletic fields and an ice rink with two sheets of ice. While providing facilities to our residents to commit to a healthy lifestyle, we are equally committed to providing programming and employment for the young people in the District. All of the progress we have made over the past two years could not have been done without the communities of Dacono, Firestone, Frederick. It is with your confidence and encouragement that we are at a place to begin looking forward to the future of the District and what it can be for all our residents. Lastly, in 2010, the Special District Association (SDA) Board created a Collaboration Award to recognize special districts that collaborate with other entities. The award is presented at the SDA Annual Conference. I am proud to announce that the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District has been selected as a recipient of the award by effectively collaborating with Dacono, Firestone, Frederick. A true example of combining knowledge and resources for the greater good of the Carbon Valley area.

It’s Your Play,

Executive Director For more information and current updates please visit us on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest, or our website at www.cvprd.com.


HOURS Daily Operations

Holiday Closures

Monday - Friday 5:30 am - 9:00 pm Saturday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Sunday 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Sept 7 (Labor Day) Nov 26 (Thanksgiving) Dec 24 (Christmas Eve) Dec 25 (Christmas Day) Dec 31 (New Year’s Eve) Jan 1 (New Year’s Day) CVPRD is closed the last Sunday of each month: Aug 30, Sept 27, Oct 25, Nov 29, Dec 27

Pool closes 30 minutes before close of building.

ADMINISTRATION Executive Director Operations Manager Recreation Manager Community Outreach Aquatics Coordinator Senior Coordinator Gymnastics Coordinator Youth Sports Coordinator Adult Sports Coordinator Fitness/Wellness Coordinator Guest Services Coordinator Facilities Coordinator

Ross Blackmer Stephanie Munro Elizabeth Ward Bess Loveless Kathy Lind Dana Bellomy Lynn Matthews Megan Zwart Aaron Stewart David Peters Matt Enrietta Debbie St. Michel

Director@recdistrict.com Stephanie@cvprd.com Elizabeth@recdistrict.com Bess@recdistrict.com Kathy@recdistrict.com Dana@recdistrict.com Lynn@recdistrict.com Megan@recdistrict.com Aarons@recdistrict.com Davidp@recdistrict.com Matt@recdistrict.com Debbie@recdistrict.com

Ext 103 Ext 104 Ext 101 Ext 109 Ext 114 Ext 122 Ext 120 Ext 111 Ext 119 Ext 107 Ext 102 Ext 112

For information about our Board of Directors, please visit www.cvprd.com

Our Mission:

K BACW N E P O ER NO ! COV

Engaging Community Enhancing Life Encouraging Play

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www.cvprd.com

701 5th Street

303.833.3660


FACILITY AND CONDUCT

Proof of District Residency Required Daily Admission Age

District

Non-District

4 yrs & younger 5-17 years 18-54 years Senior 55+ / Military

Free $2.75 $4.50 $3.50

Free $4.50 $6.50 $4.50

20 Visit Punch Pass Age District Non-District 5-17 years $55.00 $65.00 18-54 years $75.00 $85.00 Senior 55+ / Military $55.00 $65.00 Expires 12 months from date of purchase. Non-refundable. Adult punch passes may only be used by adults. Youth punch passes may only be used by youth. Monthly Pass (Expires Monthly) Age District 5-17 years $20.00 18-54 years $35.00 Senior 55+ / Military $20.00 Family up to 6/*$10 $60.00 Senior & Spouse $35.00 Couple $55.00 Non-refundable

Non-District $25.00 $40.00 $25.00 $70.00 $45.00 $65.00

Quarterly Pass Age 5-17 years 18-54 years Senior 55+ / Military Family up to 6/*$15 Senior & Spouse Couple Non-refundable

Non-District $70.00 $115.00 $80.00 $205.00 $155.00 $190.00

District $55.00 $100.00 $55.00 $175.00 $105.00 $160.00

Annual Pass Age District Non-District 5-17 years $200.00 $250.00 18-54 years $350.00 $425.00 Senior 55+ / Military $195.00 $235.00 Family up to 6/*$20 $650.00 $810.00 Senior & Spouse $385.00 $465.00 Couple $600.00 $755.00 Family Pass includes 1 hour of childcare per child/day *Each additional family member Family is defined as 2 adults + 4 children under 18 Group Rate/Field Trips - For 10 or more please call ahead Age District Non-District 4 yrs & younger $1.50 $2.25 5-17 years $2.25 $3.50 18-54 years $3.75 $4.50 Senior 55+ / Military $2.75 $3.50 Excludes SVVSD

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What is a Special District? Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District is a Special District – a form of local government authorized under state law and created to perform a specific purpose. The CVPRD purpose is to serve recreation needs through facilities, programs, and parks services for our constituents. The CVPRD is one of the largest districts in the state covering a 45 square mile area including the communities of Dacono, Firestone and Frederick. The Carbon Valley community is known for a vibrant small town community feel and being home to the fastest growing community located in southern Weld County, with over 25,000 residents. To find out if you are a district resident, go to:

propertyinfo.co.weld.co.us/?version=3 Proper district documentation includes: the resident’s property tax statement, ID for proof of residency and either a bill or tax ID.

Annual Pass Holder Benefits As an Annual Pass holder you will receive full access to the recreation center. Amenities include a 6 lane lap pool, hot tub, steam room, zero depth entry activity pool, slides and tot area, KidZone, cardio room, two fitness/aerobic studios, elevated walking track and weight room. Inquire at the Guest Services desk for a tour of the premier health and wellness facility in the Carbon Valley community! • Free 1 hour daily KidZone admission per child per day (annual family pass holders only) • 4 Free day passes • Free weight room orientation • Daily Admission to over 35 weekly drop in fitness/water classes (excludes Zumba) • Free towel rental

Corporate Memberships Available!

Call the Recreation Center for more information (303) 833-3660.

Sunday is Family Day!

Every Sunday the Rec Center opens at 12pm and closes at 5pm. Come on down after Sunday brunch for swimming, fitness and fun with the whole family. The pool is available for open swim until 4:30pm on Sundays. A paying parent or guardian is required to accompany all children. Admission includes full use of the facility for the duration of our Sunday operating hours. Fee: $10D/$12ND for up to 6 family members Additional members: $2.25 each Time: 12pm-5pm Day: Sundays* * We are closed the last Sunday of every month for maintenance.

Racquetball & Walleyball Court

$1.00 Court reservations are taken up to 3 days in advance. If 15 minutes late, court time is relinquished.

KidZone Pass Price 11 passes for $20 22 passes for $40 Non-refundable

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• Children 10 years of age or older may be in the facility without a parent/guardian, but must successfully pass a swim test to be unsupervised in the pool area. • Children 7-9 years of age must be accompanied in the facility by a responsible person aged 14 or older, and must pass a swim test to be in pool area without direct supervision. • Children 6 years of age or younger must be directly supervised by a responsible person aged 14 or older unless participating in an approved CVPRD program or activity (i.e. swim lessons, KidZone, etc.). • Children 13 years of age or younger must pass a swim test to be in certain areas of the pool (see Aquatics section for more info). • Children 10-14 years of age must complete the Junior Trainer program to use the weight and cardio room areas with a parent/ guardian (see Fitness/Wellness section for more info). • Children 12-14 years of age may attend group/aqua fitness classes with a parent/guardian and at the instructor’s discretion.

Food and Drink Policy

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

Payment For Weekly Classes

Classes that are offered on a weekly basis are to be paid using a membership card, a punch card, or the drop-in fee.

Right to Refuse

Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District reserves the right to withhold service to any patrons who refuse to follow district guidelines and code of conduct while in a district facility or while attending or participating in any district program.

Youth Weight/Cardio Room Policy

Children 10-14 must participate in the Junior Trainers Program. Ages 15 and up have full access to weight and cardio rooms.

No Tolerance

CVPRD is a zero tolerance zone. Stay off of the premises if you are under the influence of any drug or alcohol. This is for your safety and the safety of others. We are a bully-free zone. District staff members reserve the right to ask patrons to leave if under the influence or if behavior dictates. The staff & board thank you for your cooperation.

Customer Dress Code

Please dress appropriately when in the center. • Shoes and shirts are required at all times (except in the pool). • Non-marking shoes are required in the gymnasium, racquetball courts, and fitness studio. • Proper swim attire is required in the pool area, including trunks for males and swim suits for females (street clothes are prohibited). • Athletic attire, including closed toe athletic shoes, are required in the fitness areas. Pants or shorts with adornments (rivets, zippers, etc.) that may catch or tear workout equipment are not permitted in fitness areas.

Lost and Stolen Items

We strongly encourage patrons to bring your own lock or purchase one at Guest Services. Lockers are available for daily use for patrons to store personal belongings. Lockers are for daily use only, items left in lockers will be removed and placed in lost and found. CVPRD is not responsible for lost and or stolen items.

Refunds

Full refunds will be given when Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District cancels classes or programs (special events non-refundable 7 days after registration). All approved refunds will be refunded to your credit/debit card, applied on your account or in the form of a check. Requests for refunds will take up to 2 weeks and are subject to managerial approval. Program Refunds: No refunds will be allowed after the 1st (7) days or (2) completed classes after the program begins. Unless the circumstances are stated in writing and warrant consideration. Refund requests are subject to a $5.oo processing fee. Pass Holder Refunds: Refunds will be granted on Annual Passes only. Refunds will be pro-rated dependent on use and a $25 processing fee will be applied. All other listed options are not refundable. Rental, Party, and Facility Reservation Refunds: Rentals, parties, and facility reservations may be cancelled one week prior to scheduled date for a full refund minus a 10% processing fee. Cancellations with less than 7 days notice will be refunded 50% of the reservation fee.

Returned Check Policy

There is a $15.00 fee on all returned checks.

Scholarships

Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District is a community centered organization, and as such we recognize the need to give back to our communities and promote activities that lead to a healthy lifestyle. Families must complete a scholarship application and have it approved two weeks prior to registration for any program. Scholarships can be used to pay for a single program or to defray the cost of multiple programs. Scholarship forms are available at the front desk. Awarded based on need, proof of income is preferred. Scholarships cannot be used with sales or any other promotional offering. Scholarships can only be used by the individual that was awarded the scholarship. Scholarships can only be used for youth programs, i.e. swimming lessons, youth sports, gymnastics, youth dance classes, etc. Scholarships cannot be used for passes, party packages, facility reservations or massages.

Gift Cards Available

Looking for a great gift for that special recreation, sports and fitness enthusiast? We sell gift cards for any of our programs or fitness passes.

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FACILITY AND CONDUCT

CVPRD Facility Age Policy


FACILITY AND CONDUCT

Room Reservations

• All facility reservations and equipment usage are subject to availability and prior approval. • Set-up, cleaning and proper supervision of participants are the responsibility of the renter. • Renters will be checked in and out of rooms. • Any damage incurred during a reservation will be invoiced and mailed to the renter. Payment of damage must be made prior to any future reservations or registrations. • Rental accommodations can be made during regular business hours. • The full reservation fee is due when the reservation is made. • Reservations are for the room only except when reserving a birthday party.

If you are interested in reserving a room, please fill out the reservation request form at Guest Services. Rooms are for large groups or gatherings. The lobby is for waiting, snacking and relaxing. It is not an area available for rent.

Gymnastics Birthday Parties

Enjoy 45 minutes of exclusive use of our gymnastics facility, followed by cake and presents (not provided) in our party room for 45 minutes. All paid participants must be close in age. Book your gymnastics party at least 2 weeks in advance at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center or the Carbon Valley Gymnastics Center. Reservations must be made in person. Party times are on Saturdays at 1pm. $130D/$140ND for up to 10 guests $8 each additional guest (up to 15 total)

Rec Center Birthday Party Package

$90D/$100ND Birthday party reservations include: • Up to 20 day passes ($1.50 each for additional passes) • 90 minutes includes setup and takedown. Warrior Room (36) or Miner’s Room (44) Party participants may swim before and after the scheduled party. Payment for reservations are due at time of reservation. Parties may cancel one week prior to scheduled date for a refund minus a 10% processing fee. Parties may be scheduled for the times listed below: Friday Saturday Sunday 3pm-4:30pm

10am-11:30am

12:30pm-2pm

5pm-6:30pm

12pm-1:30pm

2:30pm-4pm

7pm-8:30pm

2pm-3:30pm

Exclusive After Hours Rental

Full Facility Rental Inquire at Guest Services or call us at 303-833-3660 for more information about exclusive after hours facility reservations. After hours reservations are scheduled the third and fourth weekends of the month. Rental, Party and Facility Reservation Refunds: Rentals, parties and facility reservations may be cancelled one week prior to scheduled date for a full refund minus a 10% processing fee. Cancellations with less than 7 days’ notice will be refunded 50% of the reservation fee.

Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday - 5:30 am to 9 pm Saturday 8 am - 5 pm Sunday 12 pm - 5 pm Closed the Last Sunday of every month: August 30, Sept 27, Oct 25, Nov 29, Dec 27

Holiday Closures

September 7 - Labor Day November 26 - Thanksgiving December 24 - Christmas Eve December 25 - Christmas Day December 31 - New Year’s Eve January 1 - New Year’s Day

Towel Usage

Did you forget your towel? $1.00 rental fee, Annual Members no charge. Please note that we have a limited supply.

1- 2- 3 Easy Ways to Register 1 Register Online at cvprd.com 2 Come in and register at any of our locations 3 Phone Registration: please call 303.833.3660

Pool does not open on Saturdays until 11:30am (with some exceptions over certain times of the year) due to swim lessons.

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Join Us Saturday Nights from 7-10:30pm! Games. Prizes. Music. Contests. Swimming. Carbon Valley Recreation Center Ages 7-14. Admission: $12 per child. Snacks, drinks and prizes available for purchase.

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YOUTH SPORTS

YOUTH SPORTS

Register for all youth sports NOW! Register Online at www.cvprd.com

Volunteer Coaches Needed! Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District offers team recreational experiences for community youth that rely on the important assistance of many volunteer coaches. You don’t have to be an expert! All leagues are dependent on parent volunteer coaches. Coaches must complete free, online instruction regarding concussions in youth sports. Many opportunities also exist for assistant coaches to help. Any person who assists with any activities is required to pass a background check. Sign up today by emailing Megan at megan@recdistrict.com. A voucher that is equivalent to the registration fee will be awarded to all head coaches at the end of the season that can be used for any future CVPRD program! All coaches, players, parents, and spectators that participate in CVPRD sports agree to adhere to the Code of Conduct found on cvprd.com. Mini-Dribblers Basketball

Turn your youngsters loose in this instructional program that is open to boys and girls in preschool (must be 4 years old before January 19) or in kindergarten. This basketball program emphasizes basketball fundamentals. The season is based on a five week, one day per week instruction only schedule that begins the week of February 1st. For safety reasons, age and grade limitations are strictly enforced. 10’ baskets will be used. Shirt included. Grade Divisions: Preschool/Kindergarten (4-5 years old) Dates: February 1 – March 5 Day of the Week: Monday-Saturday Time: Practice times determined by coach and gym availability Location: SVVSD school gymnasiums in Frederick & Firestone, Carbon Valley Recreation Center Instructor: Parent volunteer coaches Fee: $35D/$40ND *There is a $10 late fee as of January 11 Registration Deadline: January 18

All YOUTH SPORTS ARE CURRENTLY OPEN FOR REGISTRATION UNTIL REGISTRATION DEADLINE.

1st/2nd Grade Basketball

Get your kids enrolled quickly! This coed league is popular and is a great way to introduce kids to the game of basketball. The focus of this league is to develop team appreciation. It is not a competitive league. Games are played against other Carbon Valley teams and are held on Saturdays. Shirt included. Grade Divisions: 1st/2nd grade Dates: February 1 - March 19 Day(s) of the Week: Practice days determined by coach and District; Saturday games Time: Practice times determined by coach and gym availability Practice Locations: SVVSD school gymnasiums in Frederick & Firestone, Carbon Valley Recreation Center Game Locations: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Gymnasium Instructor: Parent volunteer coaches Fee: $49D/$54ND *There is a $10 late fee as of January 11 Registration Deadline: January 18

3rd – 6th Grade Basketball

Join this recreational league so your child can develop basketball skills in a non-competitive structured setting. Teams established by grade and gender. It is important that all participants, coaches, spectators, and program directors teach and practice good sportsmanship. Learn to lose graciously, and win with great modesty. Teams will compete in-house and against other teams nearby as necessary. Jersey included. Grade Divisions: 3rd/4th, 5th/6th Dates: November 9 – January 30 (No practices: 11/23 – 29 or 12/21 -1/3) Day(s) of the Week: Practice days determined by coach and District; Saturday games Time: Practice times determined by coach and gym availability Practice Locations: SVVSD school gymnasiums in Frederick & Firestone, Carbon Valley Recreation Center Game Locations: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Gymnasium and SVVSD school gymnasiums, various away locations. Instructor: Parent volunteer coaches Fee: $62D/$67ND *There is a $10 late fee as of October 19 Registration Deadline: October 26

7th – 8th Grade Basketball

This recreation league will provide the opportunity to play against other organizations. Teams will compete in Longmont Recreation League, traveling is required. Teams established by grade and gender. Jersey included. Grade Divisions: 7th/8th (Girls), 7th (Boys), 8th (Boys) Dates: December 7 – February 27 (No practices: 12/21 – 1/3) Day(s) of the Week: Practice days determined by coach and District; Saturday games Time: Practice times determined by coach and gym availability Practice Locations: SVVSD school gymnasiums in Frederick & Firestone, Carbon Valley Recreation Center Game Locations: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Gymnasium and SVVSD school gymnasiums, various away locations. Instructor: Parent volunteer coaches Fee: $65D/$75ND *There is a $10 late fee as of November 16 Registration Deadline: November 23

REGISTER EARLY! REGISTER NOW!

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Come learn more about the sport you can play for a lifetime! These lessons will teach participants groundstrokes, volleys, serves, rules, and a variety of important athletic skills. Lessons are offered in two six week sessions August-November. Please see listing below for dates and times of lessons. Participants need to supply own racket, water, and athletic shoes (no sandals, crocs, etc).

Age Group

Days

Time

Skill Level

New! Private Tennis Lessons

Private and semi-private lessons ranging from 30 minutes to 2 hours are available for adults and children with our CVPRD Tennis Coaches. Fee: 1 person: $40/hr 2 people: $25/hr per person 3 people: $20/hr per person 4 people: $15/hr per person Please contact Megan: Megan@recdistrict.com

Session 1 - Aug 24-Oct 3 Tots (ages 3-4)

Tues/ Thurs

9-9:30 9:40-10:10

Beginner

Homeschool (14 & under)

Tues/ Thurs

10:15-11:05

Beginner

10 & under

Tues/ Thurs

4-4:50

Beginner

16 & under

Tues/ Thurs

5-5:50

Beg/Intermediate

Tots (ages 3-4)

Sat

9-9:30

Beginner

8 & under

Sat

9:40-10:30

Beginner

12 & under

Sat

10:40-11:30

Beginner

18 & under

Sat

11:40-12:30

Beg/Intermediate

Session 2 - Oct 5-Nov 14 Tots (ages 3-4)

Tues/ Thurs

9-9:30 9:40-10:10

Beginner

Homeschool (14 & under)

Tues/ Thurs

10:15-11:05

Beginner

10 & under

Tues/ Thurs

4-4:50

Beginner

16 & under

Tues/ Thurs

5-5:50

Beg/Intermediate

Tots (ages 3-4)

Sat

9-9:30

Beginner

8 & under

Sat

9:40-10:30

Beginner

12 & under

Sat

10:40-11:30

Beginner

18 & under

Sat

11:40-12:30

Beg/Intermediate

Location: Settlers Park Tennis Courts Min: 4 Max: 8 Fee: $30D/$40ND Registration Deadline: Session 1: August 10 *There is a $10 late fee as of August 3 Session 2: September 21 *There is a $10 late fee as of Sept 14

Youth and Adult Umpires and Officials Needed!!

CVPRD is currently looking for umpires and officials needed to work in our sport leagues. Experience is preferred, but not necessary as we will offer a training course for those who inquire. Applicants must be at least 16 years old. Positions filled will be on the basis of an independent contractor. This means we at CVPRD do not provide any uniforms or equipment. You will be expected to have all of the necessary gear needed for the positions you desire. For further information and current training courses please check out http://www.CVPRD.com

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YOUTH SPORTS

NEW! Fall Tennis Lessons


YOUTH SPORTS

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Adult Basketball

Adult Volleyball

New! Women’s Adult 3v3 Basketball

Fall Adult Volleyball (Coed and Women’s 6s) Adult Volleyball Leagues will be offered on the following nights: Sunday and Tuesday Coed 6s and Thursday Women’s 6s. League games will be played at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center Gym starting Sunday, September 20th. Teams will play 8 games followed by a single elimination tournament. League winners will receive awards for their teams! Ages: 16 and older Dates: September 20 – November 22 Days of the Week: Sunday Coed, Tuesday Coed, Thursday Women’s Time: 4 pm – 10 pm Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Gym Min Teams: 4 Max Teams: 9 Team Fees: $225D/$270ND Registrations after August 24 $235D/$280ND Registration Begins: June 1 Registration Deadline: September 14

Men’s Winter Adult Basketball

Winter Adult Volleyball (Coed and Women’s 6s) These adult volleyball leagues will be offered Tuesdays (Coed 6s) and Thursdays (Women’s 6s) at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center Gym starting the week of January 10th. Teams will play 8 games followed by a single elimination tournament. League winners will receive awards for their teams! Ages: 16 and older Dates: January 12 – March 17 Days of the Week: Coed 6s - Tuesdays; Women’s 6s- Thursdays Time: 6:30 pm – 10 pm Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Gym Min Teams: 4 Max Teams: 9 Team Fees: $225D/$270ND Registrations after Dec 21 $235D/$280ND Registration Begins: November 1 Registration Deadline: January 5, 2016

Adult Softball Fall Adult Softball Leagues (New Sunday Coed and Men’s Leagues!)

Coed and Men’s fall adult softball leagues will be offered starting the week of August 16. Teams will play 8 games plus a single elimination tournament. The following leagues will be offered: Sunday - Men’s, Sunday - Coed, Thursday - Men’s, and Friday - Coed. Ages: 16 and older Dates: August 16 – October 30 Days of the Week: Sundays – Men’s & Coed; Thursdays – Men’s; Fridays - Coed Time: Sun 4 pm – 9 pm; Thurs & Fri 6 pm – 10 pm Location: Sunday – Firestone Sports Complex; Thursday & Friday – Frederick Softball Field Min Teams: 4 Max Teams: Sun – 11 / Thurs & Fri - 6 Team Fees: $400D/$ 480ND Registrations after July 13: $450D/$530ND Registration Begins: June 1 Registration Deadline: August 3

Women’s spring 3 on 3 adult basketball will be offered starting September 14th. Teams will play 8 games plus a single elimination tournament. Games will be played crosscourt at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. League winners will receive awards for their teams. Ages: 16 and older Dates: September 14 – November 16 Day of the Week: Monday Time: 6 pm – 10 pm Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Gym Min Teams: 4 Max Teams: 8 Team Fees: $300D/$360ND Registrations after August 17: $350D/$410ND Registration Begins: July 1 Registration Deadline: September 7 Men’s Winter Adult Basketball leagues will be offered on Sundays starting the week of January 11. Teams will play 8 games plus a single elimination tournament. Games will be played at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. League winners will receive awards for their teams! Ages: 16 and older Dates: January 18 – March 29 Day of the Week: Sundays Time: 4pm – 10pm Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Gym Min Teams: 4 Max Teams: 8 Team Fees: $400D/$480ND Registrations after Dec 29: $450D/$530ND Registration Begins: Nov 1 Registration Deadline: Jan 12, 2016

Adult Flag Football New! Adult Flag Football

Fall Adult 5 on 5 Flag Football league will be offered on Tuesdays starting on September 1. Teams will play 8 games plus a single elimination tournament. League winners will receive awards for their team! Ages: 16 and older Dates: September 1 – November 3 Day of the Week: Tuesday Time: 6pm – 10pm Location: Firestone Regional Sports Complex Min Participants: 4 Max Participants: 8 Team Fees: $400D/$480ND Registrations after August 3: $450D/$530ND Registration Begins: July 1 Registration Deadline: August 24 Register Online at www.cvprd.com Free agents can register at www.cvprdathletics.com

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ADULT SPORTS

Adult Sports


ADULT SPORTS

Adult Kickball

Adult Water Sports

New! Coed Adult Kickball

New! Fall Coed Innertube Water Polo

Fall Coed Adult Kickball league will be offered on Wednesdays starting on September 2. Teams will play 8 games plus a single elimination tournament. League winners will receive awards for their team! Ages: 16 and older Dates: September 2 – October 28 Day of the Week: Tuesday Time: 6pm – 10pm Location: Frederick Softball Field Min Teams: 4 Max Teams: 8 Team Fees: $350D/$420ND Registrations after August 3: $400D/$470ND Registration Begins: July 1 Registration Deadline: August 25

Adult Futsal (Indoor Soccer) New! Men’s Winter Adult Futsal

Carbon Valley Rec Center will be providing its first ever Men’s 3 on 3 Adult Futsal League. This league will be offered on Wednesdays starting the week of November 1st. Teams will play 8 games throughout the regular season plus a single elimination tournament at the end of the season. League winners will receive awards for their team! Ages: 16 and older Dates: November 4 – January 27 Day of the Week: Wednesdays Time: 6:00pm – 10:00pm Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Gym Min. Teams: 4 Max. Teams: 8 Team Fees: $300D/ $360ND Registrations after Oct. 21 $350D/ $410ND Registration Begins: July 1 Registration Deadline: October 26

This league will be offered on Sundays starting September 13 at Carbon Valley Recreation Center Pool. Teams of 7 will compete in 8 season games and a single elimination tournament. League winners will receive awards for their teams! Innertubes and game equipment will be provided by CVPRD. Ages: 16 and older Dates: September 13 – November 15 Days of the Week: Sundays Time: 4 pm – 7 pm Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Pool Min Teams: 4 Max Teams: 8 Team Fees: $350D/$420ND Registrations after Aug 24 $400D/$4700ND Registration Begins: July 1 Registration Deadline: September 7

New! Winter Coed Innertube Water Polo

This league will be offered on Sundays starting January 11 at Carbon Valley Recreation Center Pool. Teams of 7 will compete in 8 season games and a single elimination tournament. League winners will receive awards for their teams! Innertubes and game equipment will be provided by CVPRD. Ages: 16 and older Dates: January 10 – March 22 Days of the Week: Sundays Time: 4 pm – 7 pm Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Pool Min Teams: 4 Max Teams: 8 Team Fees: $350D/$420ND Registrations after Aug 24 $400D/$470ND Registration Begins: July 1 Registration Deadline: September 7

Pickleball Camps New! Learn to Play Pickleball Camps

Learn to play one of the fastest growing sports in the US, Pickleball. This instructional camp will teach you the basics of how to play including rules, serving, returning shots, scoring, and basic strategy. These camps are offered on the first Monday of every month. Ages: 16 and older Dates: 8/3, 9/14*, 10/5, 11/2, 12/7 (*Class will be held the 2 Monday in September in observance of Labor Day) Day of the Week: Monday Time: 9:30 am – 11:00 am Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Gym Min Participants: 2 Max Participants: 25 Individual Fees: $25D/$35ND Instructor: Nina Klatt Registration is open and continuous. Register Online at www.cvprd.com Free agents can register at www.cvprdathletics.com

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Drop-in Activities

New! Fall Golf League

New! Drop-in Pickleball

Are you looking for a social experience while enjoying the great game of golf? 50+ golf will be offered starting September 1st. Individuals will be paired up with a different partner every week to play a different golf game. Male and female league winners will receive awards. Please note: Participants are required to cover the Bella Rosa green fees each week they play a round ($8 per day/ $75 for a 10 punch card). Ages: 50 and older Dates: September 1 – October 20 Day of the Week: Tuesday Time: Tee off between 7:30 - 9:00 am Location: Bella Rosa Golf Course Player Fees: $30D/$ 35ND Registrations after August 4 $40D/$45ND Registration Begins: July 1 Registration Deadline: August 25

Come play the sweet game with a sour name. Pickleball is an addictive paddle sport that combines tennis and ping pong. Drop in play is Monday – Friday, 9 am to noon at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. Nets and balls are provided. Paddles are available for checkout. Don’t know how to play? Check out the Pickleball Learn to Play Clinic listings. Ages: All Days of the Week: Mondays through Fridays Time: 9:00 am - Noon Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Drop-in Fees: 4&Under – Free; 5-17 yrs $2.75D/$4.5ND; 19-54 yrs $4.50D/$6.50ND; 55+ $3.50D/$4.50N

New! Drop-in Basketball

Reserved gym time for drop-in basketball at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center gymnasium is Monday – Friday from noon to 2 pm. Stop by over your lunch hour and get a quick game in! Ages: Any Days of the Week: Mondays through Fridays Time: Noon – 2:00 pm Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Drop-in Fees: 4&Under – Free; 5-17 yrs $2.75D/$4.5ND; 19-54 yrs $4.50D/$6.50ND; 55+ $3.50D/$4.50ND

New! Open Gym Reserved time for open gym use at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center gymnasium is Monday – Friday from 2 pm to 5pm. Ages: Any Days of the Week: Mondays through Fridays Time: 2pm – 5pm Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Drop-in Fees: 4&Under – Free; 5-17 yrs $2.75D/$4.5ND; 19-54 yrs $4.50D/$6.50ND; 55+ $3.50D/$4.50ND

Adult Sports Coordinator Aaron Stewart 303.833.3660 x119 Register Online at www.cvprd.com Free agents can register at www.cvprdathletics.com

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ADULT SPORTS

Active Adult Sports (50 Years +)


FITNESS & WELLNESS

Weekly Group Fitness & Wellness Classes Time

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursdsay

5:35 AM

30/30 Cycle Power Barb

Boot Camp Stephanie

Indoor Cycle Barb

Boot Camp Stephanie

6:20 AM

Sunrise Yoga Kelsey

Friday

CVRC open 8:00 AM-5:00PM on Saturdays

Sunrise Yoga Kelsey Total Body Staff Rotation

8:10 AM Strength & Tone Tana

8:30 AM

10:15 AM

CVPRD OPEN 12:00 PM 5:00 PM ON SUNDAYS

Stretch & Flex Tana

Power Yoga Kelsey

Interval David Silver Sneakers Classic Tana

Gentle Yoga Sara

Interval David Silver Sneakers Classic David

11:30 AM 12:00 PM

Gentle Yoga Sara

Indoor Cycle Staff Rotation Silver Sneakers Classic David

* Junior Trainers offered every other Wednesday

$ Walking Club $ Senior Center Staff Tai Chi Robb 30 Minute HIT David

Tai Chi Robb

Tai Chi Robb

30 Minute HIT David

30 Minute HIT David

12:30 PM $ Legacy School of Dance $

3:45 PM 5:30 PM

6:00 PM

$ Denotes Fee with Class $

See Guest Service or go online for a copy of the updated monthly schedule

$ Legacy School of Dance $ * Junior Trainers * David 30/30 Cycle Power Cil

Indoor Cycle Barb

All Levels Yoga Sara

Shred and Carve Cil

Pilates Mat with Props Axis of Movement

6:15 PM

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$ Martial Arts $ Bennet’s Karate

6:45 PM 7:05 PM

Bells & Balls Cil

7:15 PM

$ Zumba $ Shandra

KEY

$ Zumba Tone $ Staff Rotation

$ Tai Chi $ Robb

10:30 AM 11:00 AM

Strength & Tone Cil

$ Legacy School of Dance $

9:15 AM 9:30 AM

Saturday

Aerobics Studio

Fitness Studio

Insane Intervals Ale

Insane Intervals Ale $ Zumba $ Shandra

Weight Room

Gym

Senior Center

Most Group Exercise classes are included for pass holders and with drop-in admission. Youth ages 10-14 must complete Junior Trainers program to use cardio equipment/weight room with parent/guardian supervision Youth ages 12-14 may attend group exercise classes with parent/guardian supervision and instructor’s approval. Classes are subject to change at the discretion of the Fitness and Wellness Department. Classes are 45-55 minutes in duration unless otherwise noted by instructor.

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30/30 Cycle Power:

30 minutes of cycling followed by 30 minutes of strength training exercise.

Indoor Cycling:

Technique, power and endurance training for all levels of cyclists and fitness enthusiasts.

Boot Camp:

High intensity exercise class designed to increase strength, speed and muscular endurance for all fitness levels.

Strength and Tone:

$ Zumba $:

Fuses Latin dance rhythms and movements to provide a fun and enthusiastic workout. Fee: $8 drop-in, $50 for 10 punches. Discount for CVPRD pass holders $7 drop-in, $47 for 10 punches. Unlimited monthly $30.

Shred and Carve:

Work all major muscle groups in this well-rounded sculpting class. Hand weights, bars, resistance tubes and balls are all incorporated in this class. Build the muscle without the cardio!

30 Minute HIIT:

Become stronger, leaner and more toned with complete body and core exercises.

This high intensity interval training class concentrates on using body weight exercises to get you toned fit and conditioned in 30 short minutes!

Pilates Mat with Props:

Insane Intervals:

Taught by Axis of Movement instructors, this class will incorporate various Pilates elements while using an assortment of props to improve posture, balance and flexibility.

Tai Chi:

Gentle moving poses and low impact exercises that help build a healthy spirit, mind and body.

Silver Sneakers Classic:

Incorporates free weights, elastic bands, medicine balls and other exercise equipment to help keep you active and strong!

Stretch & Flex:

Uses various dance elements and strength exercises for a fun and challenging workout for all fitness levels.

Gentle Yoga:

Low impact class perfect for the new or beginning yogi looking for a peaceful and relaxing experience.

All Levels Yoga:

Breathing techniques, low impact and modified stretching and postural alignment are key elements of this class. Intended for yogis of all ages!

*NEW* Sunrise Yoga:

Get your morning started off right with this lower impact yoga class. Focuses on stretching, proper postural alignment and meditative breathing. Intended for yogis of all skill levels!

*NEW* Power Yoga:

Advanced yoga practice for yogis looking to be challenged!

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 levels of fitness enthusiasts!

Total Body:

With new instructors and different classes offered every week, who knows what kind of workout you will get! One thing is for certain though, you’ll get a good work out!

Interval:

You’re on the clock! Improve strength, stamina and agility by incorporating all muscle groups to get in shape fast!

New Program! Women and Weights:

Ever want to learn how to properly use the weight room? This 8 week course will teach you proper form on the three main free weight lifts: squat, bench press, and deadlift. After mastering the technique required for these complex lifts, trainers will work with the group to help them reach their fitness goals. Excellent program for those looking to get into weight training or the experienced lifter looking to up their game! Participants will receive t-shirt at the completion of the course. Ages: 18+ Day of the Week: Please Call 303.833.3660 ext. 107 Time: Please Call 303.833.3660 ext. 107 Class Length: 6 weeks (1 class per week) Location: Weight Room Min: 2 Max: 4 Instructor: David Peters Fees: $70D/$80 ND (per individual) Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to first class

Bells & Balls:

A full body workout using various types of fitness balls and weights as well as kettlebells to help develop strength and improve overall balance.

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FITNESS & WELLNESS

Fitness Classes Description


FITNESS & WELLNESS

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Hot Stone Massage:

$20 fee for no call/no shows without 24 hour notice Benefits include but are not limited to: • Improving circulation • Lowering blood pressure • Improving flexibility and range of motion • Headache relief • Decreasing stress, anxiety and fatigue • Increasing immunity, energy and concentration • Improving sleep quality • Helping athletes in training *Rates: 1/2 hour - $30D/$35ND 1 hour - $60D/$70ND 1 1/2 hours - $80D/$95ND

Hot Stone Massage incorporates heated, smooth, flat stones into a massage session to warm and relax the body and provide penetrating heat to the muscles. 24 hour notice is required for this massage. Duration: 90 minutes Rates: $100D/$110ND LMT: Laura Gould, Kellyanne Klink

Deep Tissue Massage:

Similar to Swedish massage with deeper pressure; beneficial for releasing chronic muscle tension. This massage focuses on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, tendons and fascia (the protective layer surrounding muscles, bones and joints). LMT: Laura Gould and Kellyanne Klink

Trigger Point Release Massage:

*Senior Rates: 1 hour - $45D/$55ND 90 minutes - $60D/$70ND

Trigger point therapy applies concentrated finger or elbow pressure to “trigger points” (painful irritated areas in muscles) to break cycles of spasms and pain. The goal is to release these trigger points so that the muscle can relax and the pain can be relieved. LMT: Kellyanne Klink

*Except as noted for specialty massages below.

Theraputic 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 in the body and release toxins from the muscles. Deep tissue and Trigger-Point work are available as needed or requested. LMT: Laura Gould, Kellyanne Klink

Injury Massage:

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

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Bamboo Fusion Massage:

Bamboo Fusion Massage combines the techniques of Swedish massage with the benefits of relaxing, soothing heat. Warm pieces of hand-crafted bamboo of different shapes and sizes glide smoothly over the body rolling and kneading away aches and pains from stress and repetitive movements. 24 hour notice is required for this massage. Rates: $60D/$70ND per hour LMT: Laura Gould

Cranial Sacral Therapy (CST):

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

Must present coupon when booking massage.

Back to School Special $150 for 3 pack massage

$5.00 off First Massage from Laura or Kellyanne

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FITNESS & WELLNESS

Massage & Wellness


FITNESS & WELLNESS

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AQUATICS

General Pool Rules *All rules are subject to change at the discretion of the pool staff*

*Please see Lifeguards or an Aquatics Specialist for more detailed rule descriptions* • • • •

• • • • •

• • • •

• •

No swimming without a lifeguard on duty Shower before entering the pool Appropriate swimwear is required (Dark shirts and sport shorts are okay if a swimsuit is underneath) Children of diaper wearing age must wear a swim diaper under their swimsuit (Absolutely no regular diapers) 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 Lifejackets and other personal floatation devices can only be used if child stays within an arm’s reach of an adult Lifejackets and other personal floatation devices are not allowed on the Slide, Logs, Diving Board, Rope Swing or Deep End Swimmers may not swim or hang-out in the Deep End when the Diving Board or Rope Swing are in use Anyone 14 years or younger must pass a swim test to be in the deep end Children under 48” tall are not allowed on the Big Red Slide or Rope Swing unless they pass a swim test Any child under the age of 7 must be within arm’s reach of someone 14 years or older unless they pass a swim test Children 7-9 years old who pass a swim test can be in the pool as long as a responsible person 14 years or older is in the facility Swim tests will be administered every 15 minutes Children 8 and under are not permitted in the Steam Room or Hot Tub (This includes the stairs and sitting on the side of the Hot Tub) Children ages 9-13 may be in the Steam Room or Hot Tub with an Adult (Adult must know the child)

Large Group Reservation Advanced Notice Request The Carbon Valley Recreation Center requires a courtesy call at least a week in advance if a group of 10 or more people plan to swim during the open swim times. Qualifying organizations/groups will get a discounted rate. Please see Rates Section on Page 4.

Interested in becoming a lifeguard? Call Aquatics Coordinator Kathy Lind at 303-833-3660 x114

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AQAUTICS

Carbon Valley Learn to Swim Program

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Program Overview: Our American Red Cross swim program creates an ideal environment to learn the fundamentals Carbon Valley Learn to Swim Program of water safety as well as stroke development and refinement. Participants will be given a report card to track their Programand Overview: Our American Red Cross swim creates an Proper ideal environment to is learn the fundamentals of progress indicate if they are ready to pass onprogram to the next level. swim attire required, no clothing water safety as well as stroke development and refinement. Participants will be given a report card to track their progress (rash-guards okay) thistoinhibits movement when learning torequired, swim. Make-up classes will notare be offered and indicateare if they are as ready pass onproper to the next level. Proper swim attire is no clothing (rash-guards okay)Carbon as this inhibits movement when learning swim. classes will notafter be offered unless CarbonSwim Valley unless Valley proper Aquatics has to cancel a class to day. No Make-up refunds will be given the first 2 classes. lesson Aquatics to cancel a class day. Nopool. refunds willSWIM be given after theDURING first 3 classes. Swim OF lesson fees do not include fees do nothas include admission to the NO LESSONS THE WEEK rd th NOVEMBER 23rd-28th. admission to the pool. NO SWIM LESSONS DURING THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 23 -28 . Monday & Wednesday AM

Tuesday & Thursday PM

Saturday AM

4 Weeks = 8 Classes

4 Weeks = 8 Classes

6 weeks = 6 Classes

Class

Reg.

Reg.

Class

Reg.

Reg.

Class

Reg.

Reg.

Dates

Opens

Closes

Dates

Opens

Closes

Dates

Opens

Closes

1

9/14-10/7

8/19

9/3

9/15-10/8

8/19

9/3

9/12-10/17

8/19

9/3

2

10/12-11/4

9/30

10/8

10/13-11/5

9/30

10/8

10/24-12/5

10/10

10/21

11/9-12/9

10/28

11/5

11/10-12/10

10/28

11/5

Session

3

Weekday Lessons: $36D/$46ND

Weekday Lessons: $36D/$46ND

Weekend Lessons: $31D/$41ND

Home School Level 1

9:00-9:30a

Level 2

9:00-9:30a

Parent-Child 10:10-10:40a

5:10-5:40p

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

Pre-School Starfish

Turtle

9:35-10:05a

4:35-5:05p

9:00-9:30a

10:45-11:15a

5:45-6:15p

10:10-10:40a

6:20-6:50p

10:45-11:15a

9:35-10:05a

4:35-5:05p

9:35-10:05a

10:45-11:15a

5:10-5:40p

10:10-10:40a

5:45-6:15p

10:45-11:15a

6:20-6:50p Seal

10:10-10:40a

School-Age Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Stroke Clinic

5:10-5:40p

9:35-10:05a

6:20-6:50p

10:45-11:15a

4:35-5:05p

9:00-9:30a

5:45-6:15p

10:10-10:40a

4:35-5:05p

9:00-9:30a

5:45-6:15p

10:10-10:40a

5:10-5:40p

9:35-10:05a

6:20-6:50p

10:45-11:15a

4:35-5:20p

9:00-9:45a

6:15-7:00p

10:40-11:25a

5:25-6:10p

9:50-10:35a

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Parent & Child Age: 6 months -3 years old Description: The main goal is to teach water adjustment in a fun and positive way. Prerequisite: N/A Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 3 Maximum: 10 Preschool Classes Starfish Age: 3-5 years old Description: 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. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 4 Turtle Age: 3-5 years old Description: Learn to float and glide on their own and begin learning basic swimming on their front and back as well as treading water. Prerequisite: Comfortable going underwater, can blow bubbles through their mouth and nose, and are able to float and glide with assistance. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 4 Seal Age: 3-5 years old Description: Develop front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke, and start learning breaststroke and dolphin kick as well as dives. Prerequisite: Go underwater, float, and glide, make progress swimming on front and back, and tread water for 15 seconds. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 4 School Age Classes Level 1 Age: 5-17 years old Description: Water adjustment and learning how to float, glide, blow bubbles, and go underwater independently, as well as tread water. Prerequisite: Child must be ready to participate in a group setting. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6 Level 2 Age: 5-17 years old Description: Reinforce their independence with floats and glides and begin learning front crawl, back crawl, and elementary backstroke as well as dives. Prerequisite: Comfortable going underwater, can blow bubbles through their mouth and nose, and are able to float and glide on their own. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6

Level 3 Age: 5-17 years old Description: Further develop all strokes, especially side-breathing, as well as introduce them to breaststroke, dolphin kick, and more advanced dives. Prerequisite: Can swim at least 10 yards of both front crawl and back crawl, 10 yards of elementary backstroke, and can tread water for 15 seconds. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6 Level 4 Age: 5-17 years old Description: Further develop technique and endurance for all strokes, as well as begin learning butterfly, open-turns, and flip turns. Prerequisite: Can swim at least 15 yards of both front crawl and back crawl, 25 yards of elementary backstroke, demonstrate basic breaststroke, and can tread water for 30 seconds. Class Length: 45 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6 Stroke Clinic Age: 5-17 years old Description: Continue stroke technique and endurance training as well as mastery of all strokes, flip turns, and start dives. Readying children for swim team. Prerequisite: Can swim at least 25 yards of both front crawl and back crawl, 15 yards of breaststroke, 15 yards of butterfly, can perform all dives and open turns and can tread water for 1 minute. Class Length: 45 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6 Homeschool – Level 1 Age: 5-17 years old (for Homeschool Students ONLY!) Description: Accommodates Homeschooled students who would like to participate in a structured swim class. Water adjustment and learning how to float, glide, blow bubbles, and go underwater independently, as well as treading water. Prerequisite: Child must be comfortable to participate in a group setting. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6 Homeschool – Level 2 Age: 5-17 years old (for Homeschool Students ONLY!) Description: Accommodates Homeschooled students who would like to participate in a structured swim class. Reinforce their independence with floats and glides, and to begin learning front crawl, back crawl, and elementary backstroke as well as dives. Prerequisite: Comfortable going underwater, can blow bubbles through their mouth and nose, and are able to float and glide on their own. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6

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AQUATICS

Group Lesson Class Description


AQAUTICS

Private Lesson Instructor Rates – Swim Lessons • Please call the Aquatics Department at 303.833.3660 x113 for specific instructor information and qualifications. • CVPRD will do its best to provide all levels of instruction; however, all levels of instruction may not always be available. • Private is a 1 participant to 1 instructor ratio and Semi-Private is a 2-4 participants to 1 instructor ratio. • A single session is 30 minutes in length and fee is charged per participant, per session. • Fill out our private lesson request form online at http://www.digiquatics.com/account/8/private_lessons/ new A cancellation fee of $20 is charged to your account for cancellations made without providing more than 24 Private Lesson Instructor Rates – Swim Lessons/Aqua Fitness hours of notice to your instructor. Level of  Instruction  

Type

1 Lesson     $30  

5 Punch  Pass   (10%  Savings)     $135  

10 Punch  Pass   (20%  Savings)     $240  

Master  Instructor   (5+  years  experience)       Senior  Instructor   (3-­‐5  years  experience)       Junior  Instructor   (0-­‐3  years  experience)    

Private   Semi-­‐Private  

$25

$112.50

$200

Private  

$25  

$112.50  

$200  

Semi-­‐Private

$20

$90

$160

Private  

$20  

$90  

$160  

Semi-­‐Private

$15

$67.50

$120

Notes: -­‐ Please call the Aquatics Department at 303.833.3660 x113 for specific instructor information and qualifications. -­‐ CVPRD will do its best to provide all levels of instruction; however, all levels of instruction may not always be available. -­‐ Private is a 1 participant to 1 instructor ratio and Semi-Private is a 2-4 participants to 1 instructor ratio. -­‐ A single session is 30 minutes in length, and fee is charged per-participant, per session. -­‐ Fill out our private lesson request form online at http://www.digiquatics.com/account/8/private_lessons/new A Cancellation Fee of $20 is charged to your account for cancellations made without providing more than 24 hours of notice to your Instructor.

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NEW! Aqua Bootcamp: High-intensity circuit that builds core strength, improves cardio while sculpting lean muscles. AquaFit!: Creates muscle strength and tone while also increasing flexibility. This is a higher-intensity class emphasizing aerobic and cardiovascular conditioning with the added benefit of less impact on your joints! Some deep water toning may be used. NEW! Aqua Zumba®: Safe, effective, fun, and challenging water-based workout that integrates the Zumba formula and traditional aqua fitness. Fees: $30 unlimited monthly pass, $50 10-punch pass or $47 for pass holders, $8 drop-in or $7 for pass holders.

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

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 Strong: Incorporates aerobics and strength training for a well-rounded and challenging workout! Swimming skills and/or a floatation belt are required. H₂O Turbo: Improve cardio stamina, build lean muscles and increase flexibility. 5 part class: Intense cardio routine, upper body workout focused on arms and shoulders, Pilates-inspired moves for your core, building balance and flexibility, and ending with stretching utilizing yoga and breathing techniques. Rock’n River: High-intensity pace; Works on cardiovascular, core strengthening, and toning in the river, with and against the current, to increase resistance. Use of the “log” pool and/or the slide pool enhances the opportunity for strengthening, flexibility and balance. RiverXtreme: High-intensity pace builds lean muscles and loses body fat. Swimming skills are combined with strength conditioning and endurance training. Movement is with and against the current.

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GOCO Awards Grant to Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District to Revitalize Frederick Softball Field The Great Outdoors Colorado Board has awarded Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District (CVPRD) $43,989 towards the revitalization of the Frederick Softball Field Safety and Renovation Project. The renovation will make the existing facility a safe place for youth and families with active, outdoor pursuits. Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) invests a portion of Colorado Lottery proceeds to help preserve and enhance the state’s parks, trails, wildlife, rivers and open spaces. GOCO’s independent board awards competitive grants to local governments and land trusts, and makes investments through Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

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AQUATICS

Aquatic Fitness Classes


AQAUTICS

Aquatic Fitness Class Schedule

Aquatics Fitness Class Time Sunday Monday Schedule Tuesday

Updated 6/1/15 Wednesday

Circuit Katy

6:00 AM Rock’n River Melissa (Max. 10)

RiverXtreme Elizabeth

8:00 AM

(Max. 10)

RiverXtreme Karen (Max. 10)

AquaFit! Britney (Max. 16)

Friday

(Max. 12)

Rock’n River Karen

RiverXtreme Karen

H₂O Turbo Brittney

Deep Water Strong Brittney

(Max. 10)

(Max. 16)

(Max. 10)

(Max. 16)

RiverXtreme Brittney (Max. 10)

RiverXtreme Dianne

8:15 AM

(Max. 10)

9:00 AM

SilverSneakers Splash® Britney

Aqua Bootcamp Brittney

AquaFit! Britney (Max. 16)

Aqua Bootcamp Britney

AquaFit! Dianne

AquaFit! Dianne

AquaFit! Dianne

AquaFit! Dianne

River

River/Logs

Logs

Deep End

(Max. 16)

12:15 PM

Saturday

Circuit Katy

(Max. 12)

7:00 AM

Thursday

(Max. 16)

(Max. 16)

 

Aqua Zumba $ Dolly (Max. 16)

AquaFit! Dianne (Max. 16)

   

Aqua Zumba $ Dolly (Max. 16)

7:00 PM Key

(Max. 16)

Lap Pool

(Max. 16)

(Max. 16)

(Max. 16)

$ - Specific fees apply

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NEW! Aqua Zumba®: Safe, effective, fun, and challenging water-based workout that integrates the Zumba formula and traditional aqua fitness. Fees: $30 unlimited monthly pass, $50 10-punch pass or $47 for pass holders, $8 drop-in or $7 for pass holders 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. AquaFit!: Creates muscle strength and tone while also increasing flexibility. This is a higher-intensity class with an emphasis on aerobic and cardiovascular conditioning, with the added benefit of less impact on your joints! Some deep water toning may be used. NEW! Aqua Bootcamp: High-intensity circuit that builds core strength, improves cardio while sculpting lean muscles. Deep Water Strong: Incorporates aerobics and strength training for well-rounded challenging workout! Focus will be on core strength and stability. Swimming skills and/or a floatation belt are required. Rock’n River: High-intensity pace; Works on cardiovascular, core strengthening, and toning in the river, with and against the current, to increase resistance. Use of the “log” pool and/or the slide pool enhances the opportunity for strengthening, flexibility and balance. RiverXtreme: High-intensity pace; Build lean muscles and loses body fat. Swimming skills combined are with strength conditioning and endurance training. Movement is with and against current. H₂ O Turbo: Improve cardio stamina, build lean muscles and increase flexibility. Intense cardio routine, upper body workout, Pilates-inspired moves for your core, building balance and flexibility, and ending with stretching utilizing yoga and breathing techniques. SilverSneakers Splash®: Fun and shallow water moves to improve agility, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance. All participants are welcomed.

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SUNDAY

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

Deep River Burn 7:30-8am

DEEP END CLOSED *Moves from River at 7:30am

POOL CLOSED

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

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

OPEN SWIM 11:30am4:30pm

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

Aqua Fitness 8-10am

(1-2 lanes available) ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

OPEN SWIM 10am-4:30pm (1-2 lanes available)

(1-2 lanes available)

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

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

Deep River Burn 7:30-8am

DEEP END CLOSED *Moves from River at 7:30am

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

OPEN SWIM 11:30am4:30pm

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

ADULT LAP SWIM ONLY 5:30-8am

ADULT LAP SWIM ONLY 5:30-8am

POOL CLOSED

Aqua Fitness 8-10am

Aqua Fitness 8-10am

ADULT LAP SWIM ONLY 8-9am

(2-4 lanes available)

(1-2 lanes available) ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

OPEN SWIM 10am-4:30pm (1-2 lanes available)

(1-2 lanes available) ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

OPEN SWIM 10am-4:30pm (1-2 lanes available)

(1-2 lanes available)

Swim Lessons 4:30-7pm

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

Swim Lessons 4:30-7pm

OPEN SWIM 6:30-7pm

OPEN SWIM 6:30-7pm

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

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

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

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

OPEN SWIM 8-8:30pm

OPEN SWIM 8-8:30pm

OPEN SWIM 8-8:30pm

OPEN SWIM 8-8:30pm

(1-2 lanes available)

(1-2 lanes available)

(1-2 lanes available)

POOL CLOSED

(2-4 lanes available)

Aqua Fitness 9-10am Swim Lessons 9-11:30am

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

(0-1 lanes available) ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

(1-2 lanes available)

(2-4 lanes available)

(0-1 lanes available) ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

(0-1 lanes available) ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

(1-2 lanes available)

POOL CLOSED

TUESDAY

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

POOL CLOSED

OPEN SWIM 6:30-8:30pm (1-2 lanes available)

Kids Night Out 7p-9p

(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 contact the front desk. *Lap lane availability will be limited during swim lessons and swim team times.*

Pool schedules  are  subject  to  change  at  any  time!  For  the  most  current  schedule  please  see  the  website  or  contact   the  Carbon front  desk.   *Lap   lane   ill  be  limited   during  swim   lessons   and   swim  | team   times.*   Valley Park andavailability   RecreationwDistrict | Fall/Winter 2015 Activity Guide page 25

AQUATICS

Lap Pool Lap Pool (September-December) (September-December)


AQAUTICS

and Slide Pool Activity and Slide PoolActivity (September-December) SUNDAY

MONDAY

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-7am

(September-December)

TUESDAY

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

WEDNESDAY

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-7am

LOG POOL CLOSED

Deep River Burn 7-7:30am

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

POOL CLOSED

River Xtreme 7-8am

RIVER CLOSED

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

RIVER CLOSED

THURSDAY

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

Swim Lessons 9-11:30am

ADULT SWIM ONLY 8-10am

River Xtreme 8-9am

River Xtreme 8:15-9am

RIVER CLOSED

RIVER CLOSED

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

OPEN SWIM 10am-4:30pm

OPEN SWIM 12-4:30pm

OPEN SWIM 10am-4:30pm

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

POOL CLOSED (OPENS at 8am)

RIVER CLOSED

Swim Lessons 9-11:30am

POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-8am

River Xtreme 7-8am

ADULT SWIM ONLY 7:30-9am ADULT SWIM ONLY 8-10am

SATURDAY

Circuit 6-7am

LOG POOL CLOSED

Deep River Burn 7-7:30am

FRIDAY

ADULT SWIM ONLY 5:30-7am

Swim Lessons 4:30-7pm

OPEN SWIM 10am-8:30pm

OPEN SWIM 11:30am-4:30pm

Swim Lessons 4:30-7pm

ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

POOL CLOSED

POOL CLOSED OPEN SWIM 7-8:30pm

OPEN SWIM 7-8:30pm POOL CLOSED

Kids Night Out 7p-9p POOL CLOSED  

following dates adult swim only hours are extended until 10am and open   swim hours will begin at 10am: *During the *During12/12-30. the following dates adult swim only hours are extended until 10am and open swim hours will 9/8-10, 11/23-27, begin at 10am: *Hot Tub will close on Saturdays at 2:45pm for routine maintenance. 9/8-10, 11/23-27, 12/12-30 *Hot Tub will close on Saturdays at 2:45pm for routine maintenance

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Colorado Swim Academy

Lifeguard Training-Blended Learning This American Red Cross course provides a generalized view of lifeguarding skills and practices. CPR/AED/First Aid for the Professional Rescuer as well as all course material will be included. As a blended learning course, a portion of the class will be administered online. The in-class portion will include skills practice as well as a practical and written exam. All participants must provide a valid e-mail address at registration.

Colorado Swim Academy (CSA) is a year-round, USA swim club that offers a competitive youth swim program for swimmers of all ages and abilities. CSA was founded on the premise of excellence in professional instruction and commitment to the athlete. CSA promotes sportsmanship, team spirit, self-discipline, and individual achievement to the level of excellence desired by and within the physical abilities of each swimmer. Each swimmer is continually encouraged to set goals, compete and go as far as their talent, commitment and desire will allow.

Prerequisites: 15 years of age by the first class; 300 yard continuous swim using front crawl and breaststroke; swim 20 yards, retrieve 10 pound brick from 10 feet of water and swim it back; tread water with use of legs only for 2 minutes.

PREREQUISITES

In-Class Meeting Dates: November 21, 23-25 Times: 10am -3pm Registration: October 15-November 15 Fees: $165D/$175ND Min: 3 Max: 10 Parent/Tot Hour Description: A designated time for parents to spend with their small children. No amenities will be turned on during this time. Age: Infant to 5 years old Day of the week: Fridays Time: 9am -10am

Swimmer must be able to swim one length of the pool unassisted using freestyle and must have basic knowledge of two of the four swim strokes. GROUP DESCRIPTIONS Reef Sharks Swimmers in this group learn the very basic swim team skills, including streamlines, stroke basics, and clock reading. Leopard Sharks This is a transitional group. Swimmers are introduced to clock management, lane management and stroke drills. Tiger Sharks This is our first competition swim group. The emphasis for athletes in this group is fundamental, competitive swimming skills and stroke development while learning basic workout habits and swim meet readiness. Mako Sharks This is our intermediate swim group, which places a strong emphasis on advanced stroke technique and developing focused and efficient race habits. Great White Sharks This is our highest level swim group. The emphasis for this group is developing good work ethic, continued stroke and technique development, goal setting for meets and a love for racing. For specific information regarding Colorado Swim Academy please visit their website at www.csaswim2win.com or email them at coloradoswimacademy@gmail.com.

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AQUATICS

Other Aquatic Programs


YOUTH

Young Rembrandts: *NEW* Preschool Drawing

This fall season, Young Rembrandts introduces drawing lessons that will excite your pre-school artist. Learning to draw basic shapes is an essential building block for every illustrator. Our ladybug and gumball machine drawings provide excellent practice for drawing circle shapes. From there, our lessons will become progressively more challenging. Our clown puppet and Frankenstein monster are great introductions to character drawing. Other drawings like our candy bag illustration and fall scene will help strengthen your child’s compositional skills. Enroll your child into a Young Rembrandts class today! Ages: 3 ½ -5 yrs Day of the Week: Wednesday Dates: September 9-30 Time: 9-9:45am Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Min. 2 Max. 15 Fees: $30D/$35ND Registration Deadline: Monday, September 7 Ages: 3 ½ -5 yrs Day of the Week: Wednesday Dates: October 7-28 Time: 9-9:45am Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Min. 2 Max. 15 Fees: $30D/$35ND Registration Deadline: Monday, October 5 Ages: 3 ½ -5 yrs Day of the Week: Wednesday Dates: November 11-December 9 (no class Nov 25) Time: 9-9:45am Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Min. 2 Max. 15 Fees: $30D/$35ND Registration Deadline: Monday, November 9

*NEW* Elementary Drawing

The fall season is one of the most colorful times of the year. In a Young Rembrandts drawing class, we’ll capture all of those colors and more in our fabulous drawings. Our rainbow giraffe seemingly captures the entire spectrum of colors in a very stylized drawing. A fun drawing of cartoon worms and apples will teach our students how to properly color with colored pencils. We’ll also take an imaginary journey to Paris as we draw the famous Eiffel Tower. A creepy drawing of a haunted house captures the fun spirit of the season. We’ll also take a look at master artist Peter Max as we try to emulate his style. All this and more await your artist in a Young Rembrandts classroom! Sign up today! Ages: 6-12 yrs Day of the Week: Wednesday Date: September 9-30 Time: 4-4:45pm Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Min. 2 Max. 15 Fees: $40D/ $45 ND Registration Deadline: Monday, September 7 Ages: 6-12 yrs Day of the Week: Wednesday Date: October 7-28 Time: 4-4:45pm Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Min. 2 Max. 15 Fees: $40D/ $45 ND Registration Deadline: Monday, October 5 Ages: 6-12 yrs Day of the Week: Wednesday Date: November 11-December 9 (no class Nov 25) Time: 4-4:45pm Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Min. 2 Max. 15 Fees: $40D/ $45 ND Registration Deadline: Monday, November 9

*NEW* Animal Cartoon Workshop a Fan Favorite!

Laugh-out-loud-funny! Mind-bendingly-adorable! Awesome-beyond-belief! These are just some of the words that best describe our Cartoon Animals Workshop. If your child is a fan of cuddly animals and funny cartoons, this drawing workshop is especially tailored for his or her needs. Over the course of five days, our students will learn how to draw animals of all shapes, sizes, and colors. They will learn how to personify ordinary animals, transforming them into fully-realized cartoon characters. Be a part of the something fun and special. Enroll your budding artist today! Ages: 6-12 yrs Day of the Week: Monday-Friday Date: October 12-16 Time: 4-6pm Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Min. 2 Max. 15 Fees: $80D/ $85 ND Registration Deadline: Thursday, October 8

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Join instructor Alexa Wittler of Legacy School of Dance as she introduces kiddos to the basics of dance! Classes begin September 1st and include: Toddlers and Tutus Students will love dancing to their favorite music, and the class will incorporate pre-ballet steps as well as fun imaginative dance. This class is an optional pre-requisite to Level 1, continued readiness is determined by the instructors. Ages: 22 months-3 years old Day of the Week: Tuesday Time: 9:15-9:45pm Location: Aerobics Studio Min: 4 Max: 8 Instructor: AdriElle Hupp and Alexa Wittler Cost: $40.00/month Registration Deadline: 12/1/15 Level I This class incorporate ballet and tap each week, focusing on technique, rhythm, and expressive movements. Ages: 4-6 years old Day of the Week: Tuesday/Thursday Time: Tuesday-9:45-10:30am/3:45-4:30pm Thursday-4:30-5:15pm Location: Aerobics Studio Min: 4 Max: 12 Instructor: AdriElle Hupp and Alexa Wittler Cost: $45.00/month Registration Deadline: 12/1/15 Level II This class will incorporate ballet and tap each week with the focus on longer and gradually more difficult combinations to challenge the child in technique, focus, and balance. Ages: 4-6 years old Day of the Week: Tuesday/Thursday Time: Tuesday-10:30-11:15am/4:30-5:15pm Thursday-3:45-4:30pm Location: Aerobics Studio Min: 4 Max: 12 Instructor: AdriElle Hupp and Alexa Wittler Cost: $45.00/month Registration Deadline: 12/1/15 Dance Class Attire

Toddlers and Tutus Ballet shoes, tights, and any color leotard/ tutu combination. Level I-IV Girls: Black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, and black tap shoes*. Boys: White tight fitted t-shirt, black exercise pants or shorts, and black ballet shoes and black oxford tap shoes*. Jazz Black leotard, tights or snug fitting black jazz pants or leggings, and black jazz shoes*. Hair Ballet I/II students must have hair in bun. Hair for all other classes must be secured back in a ponytail or bun. Short hair can be pulled away from face with barrettes or clips.

Level III This class will build upon 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) Ages: 6-12 years old Day of the Week: Tuesday/Thursday Time: 5:15-6:00pm Location: Aerobics Studio Min: 4 Max: 12 Instructor: AdriElle Hupp and Alexa Wittler Cost: $45.00/month Registration Deadline: 12/1/15 Level IV This class will build upon the Level 3 class ballet and tap curriculum each week with more difficult combinations to challenge the child in techniques, focus, balance, and movement. Ages: 6-12 years old Day of the Week: Tuesday Time: 6:45-7:30pm Location: Aerobics Studio Min: 4 Max: 12 Instructor: AdriElle Hupp Cost: $45.00/month Registration Deadline: 12/1/15 Jazz This high energy class will be taught classical jazz technique and combinations at a beginning level. Emphasis will be placed on rhythm, flexibility, and technique. (Instructor recommendation required) Ages: 6-12 years old Day of the Week: Tuesday Time: 6:00-6:45pm Location: Aerobics Studio Min: 4 Max: 12 Instructor: AdriElle Hupp Cost: $45.00/month Registration Deadline: 12/1/15 Beginning Youth Great for kids just starting with dance. Students will be taught beginning ballet, tap, combinations and choreography. Ages: 6-12 years old Day of the Week: Thursday Time: 6:00-6:45pm Min: 4 Max: 12 Instructor: Alexa Wittler Cost: $45.00/month Registration Deadline: 12/1/15 (cont) *Please purchase shoes from a professional dance store or they may be ordered through Legacy Dance.*

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YOUTH

Legacy School Dance


YOUTH

Karate

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 self-control for all ages and skill levels. Ages: 7 years and up Dates: September 3rd and running every Thurs until Dec. 18th Days of the Week: Thursdays Time: 6:45pm - 7:45pm Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Aerobics Studio Min: 4 Max: 20 Instructor: Richard Bennett Monthly Fee: $37D/$47ND Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to class start date

Additonal Costs/Information Karate equipment is bought through the instructor, not through the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. Testing is held at the Bennett’s Karate school in Erie, CO. • Uniform (“gi”), belt, patch package: $50 • Student membership: $35 paid yearly • Belt testing • Classes due to Rec Center closures are made up at the Bennett’s Karate dojo

Babysitter Boot Camp

This is a comprehensive 8-hour skills based class for ages 11-16. Participants will learn proper babysitting business practices, feeding, diapering, emergency recognition and response, basic first aid, and much more! Students will receive a card endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics for babysitter training. Please bring a sack lunch and a snack as they will not be provided. Ages: 11-16 years old Day of the Week: Nov 14th, 2015 Time: 8:30am-5pm Class Length: 8 hours Location: Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District Multipurpose Room Min: 4 Max: 10 Fee: $90D/$100ND (includes materials, instruction, CPR certification and card) Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to class (Nov 7)

Kids Night Out

Dates: Begins September 12th.

Junior Trainers

This 2 hour class teaches children ages 10-14 how to appropriately use weight and cardio room equipment, proper weight room etiquette, and basic human anatomy. Participation in class is required for access into weight and cardio rooms with adult supervision. Ages: 10-14 years old Day of the Week: First and Third Wednesdays of Every Month Sept 2, Sept 16, Oct 7, Oct 21, Nov 4, Nov 18, Dec 2, Dec 16 Time: 5:30 -7:30pm Class Length: 2 hours Location: Weight and Cardio Rooms Min: 4 Max: 12 Instructor: David Peters Fees: $12D/$22ND Registration Deadline: 1 day prior to class date

Hunter Safety

The purpose of this course is to teach safe, responsible firearm handling in the field, in the vehicle, and in the home after hunting. Through lecture, hands-on activities and videos, students will learn about firearms and ammunition, firearm safety, shooting fundamentals, firearm and wildlife laws, and much more. Spots fill up fast, so register online at www.cpw.state.co.us Date: September 19th, 2015 9a-5p

Join Us Saturday Nights from 7-10:30pm! Games. Prizes. Music. Contests. Swimming. Carbon Valley Recreation Center Ages 7-14. Admission: $12 per child. Snacks, drinks and prizes available for purchase.

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Gymnastics Policies

Open Gym Punch Card

Save a little time and money when you purchase a gymnastics punch card for open gym classes. Purchase a 5 visit punch card and get the 6th visit free. Fee: $15D/$20ND

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Gymnasts may wear leotards, shorts, t-shirts, footless tights or sweats. Preferably no dresses, skirts, socks, footed tights, or large shirts should be worn. Clothing cannot have buttons or zippers for safety reasons. Long hair must be pulled back. Jewelry, gum and candy are not allowed in the gymnasium. Refunds and pro-rates will not be allowed for missed classes; no make-up classes are offered. Refunds will not be permitted after seven days past a session’s start date.

Session Fees and Registration • • •

Classes run on 11 and 12 week sessions. Once a participant is signed up for a session, they are committed through the end of the session. Priority Registration begins 4 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. Priority Registration continues for 2 weeks, after which time, classes and waitlists are opened to new families wishing to register.

Payment Options: • In full: Payments can be made IN FULL for the session. This payment option is due at time of registration and provides a 10% discount off your child’s gymnastics session tuition. • Monthly: Payments can be made MONTHLY for the session. The first payment is due at the time of registration, the next two are due no later than the 1st of the second and third months of the session. If the 2nd and 3rd payments are not made on time, it may result in your child being dropped from the class.

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Open Gym Experience gymnastics without being in a structured class. Your child can try out the equipment and learn how it is used and jump into some fun. No prior class experience needed. NO clothes with zippers, snaps, or buttons please. Day: Fridays Time: 10:15am -11am Age: Walking to 7 yrs Fee: $3D/$5ND Drop-in

Day: First Saturday of each month Dates: Aug1, Sept 5, Oct 3, Nov 7, Dec 5 Time: 12pm - 12:45pm Age: Walking to 12 yrs Fee: $3D/$5ND Drop-in

Upcoming Registration Dates Registration for Session 3 2015 (July-September 2015) Priority Registration for current participants is June 8–21, 2015 Registration for new participants starts June 22, 2015 Registration for Session 4 2015 (October-December 2015) Priority Registration for current participants is Sept 3–16, 2015 Registration for new participants starts Sept 17, 2015 Registration for Session 1 2016 (Jan-Mar 2016) Priority Registration for current participants is Dec 7-20, 2015 Registration for new participants starts Dec 21, 2015

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GYMNASTICS

Gymnastics offers your child progressive instruction while providing them an opportunity to develop coordination, flexibility, and self-confidence. This is a fun and safe activity for everyone. Feel free to stop by and observe our classes for a few moments. If you have any questions or concerns, please talk to Lynn Matthews, Gymnastics Coordinator 303-833-2765.


GYMNASTICS

Gymnastics Classes

Tiny Tots - 2 Year Olds

This class is 45 minutes of parent involvement, where your child will climb up, climb down, over, under, and thru pre-school gymnastics equipment. All while gaining body control, self-awareness, and strength in a fun and safe learning environment. Children will have circle time, followed by follow the leader, then open play where children can gain interactions with other toddlers or just explore their surroundings. D/ND Monthly Fee

Day

Time

Session/Date* Session 3 2015 Jul 6 - Sept 28 9:15amSession 4 2015 $30D/$35ND Mon 10:00am Oct 5 - Dec 14** Session 1 2016 Jan 4 - Mar 28** **11 Week Session - 11 Week Session Fee $27D/$32ND No Gymnastics Sept 7, Jan 18, Feb 15

Little Explorers - 3 Year Olds

This class is 45 minutes and is a step up from the Tiny Tots program (parent-tot). Your child will learn age appropriate skills by using the gymnsastics equipment. All while learning to follow directions and wait for their turn. D/ND Monthly Fee

Day

Time

Session/Date*

Session 3 2015 July 6 - Sept 28 Session 4 2015 $33D/$38ND Mon 10:15am-11:00am Oct 5 - Dec 14** Session 1 2016 Jan 4 - Mar 28** Session 3 2015 July 7 -Sept 22 Session 4 2015 $33D/$38ND Tues 9:15am-10:00am Oct 6 - Dec 15** Session 1 2016 Jan 5 - Mar 22 Session 3 2015 Jul 8 - Sept 23 4:15pm-5:00pm; Session 4 2015 $33D/$38ND Wed 5:15pm-6:00pm; Oct 7 - Dec 16** 6:15pm-7:00pm Session 1 2016 Jan 6 - Mar 23 Session 3 2015 Jul 9 - Sept 24 Session 4 2015 $33D/$38ND Thur 10:15am-11:00am Oct 1 - Dec 17** Session 1 2016 Jan 7 - Mar 24 Session 3 2015 Jul 10 - Sept 25 4:15pm-5:00pm; Session 4 2015 $33D/$38ND Fri 5:15pm-6:00pm Oct 2 - Dec 18** Session 1 2016 Jan 8 - Mar 25 Session 3 2015 Jul 11 - Sept 26 9:15am-10:00am; Session 4 2015 $33D/$38ND Sat 11:15am-12:00pm Oct 3 - Dec 19** Session 1 2016 Jan 9 - Mar 26 **11 Week Session - 11 Week Session Fee $30D/$35ND No Gymnastics Sept 7, Nov 26-28, Jan 18, Feb 15

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Little Stars - 4-5 Year Olds

This class is 55 minutes and is designed to build strength, flexibility, and body-awareness. Children will learn and try new skills and drills in a fun and safe structured learning environment. D/ND Monthly Fee

Day

Time

Session/Date*

Session 3 2015 1:00pm-1:55pm; Jul 6 - Sept 28 Session 4 2015 $37D/$42ND Mon 4:00pm-4:55pm; 5:00pm-5:55pm; Oct 5 - Dec 14** 6:00pm-6:55pm Session 1 2016 Jan 4 - Mar 28** Session 3 2015 10:15am-11:10am; Jul 7 - Sept 22 Session 4 2015 $37D/$42ND Tues 4:00pm-4:55pm; 5:00pm-5:55pm; Oct 6 - Dec 15** 6:00pm-6:55pm Session 1 2016 Jan 5 - Mar 22 Session 3 2015 Jul 8 - Sept 23 4:00pm-4:55pm; Session 4 2015 $37D/$42ND Wed 5:00pm-5:55pm; Oct 7 - Dec 16** 6:00pm-6:55pm Session 1 2016 Jan 6 - Mar 23 Session 3 2015 9:15am-10:10am; Jul 9th - Sept 24th 10:15am-11:10am; Session 4 2015 $37D/$42ND Thur 4:00pm-4:55pm; Oct 1st - Dec 17th** 5:00pm-5:55pm; Session 1 2016 6:00pm-6:55pm Jan 7 - Mar 24 Session 3 2015 9:15am-10:10am; Jul 10th - Sept 25th 1:00pm-1:55pm; Session 4 2015 $37D/$42ND Fri 4:00pm-4:55pm; Oct 2nd - Dec 18th** 5:00pm-5:55pm Session 1 2016 Jan 8 - Mar 25 Session 3 2015 Jul 11th - Sept 26th 9:00am-9:55am; 4 2015 $37D/$42ND Sat 10:00am-10:55am; OctSession 3rd - Dec 19th** 11:00am-11:55am Session 1 2016 Jan 9 - Mar 26 **11 Week Session - 11 Week Session Fee $34D/$39ND No Gymnastics Sept 7, Jan 18, Feb 15

If the class you would like to enroll in is full, your child can be added to the wait list

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Beginners (6yrs and older)

This 55 minute class focuses on the men’s and women’s gymnastics equipment while building strength, flexibility, and body awareness and coordination while learning basic fundamentals. Instructors will provide structured physical activity that your child will have fun with while learning skills and drills that will prepare them for the more advanced level classes. D/ND Monthly Fee

$42D/$47ND

$42D/$47ND

$42D/$47ND

$42D/$47ND

$42D/$47ND

$42D/$47ND

Day

Time

Session/Date*

Mon

4:00pm-4:55pm; 5:00pm-5:55pm; 6:00pm-6:55pm; 7:00pm-7:55pm

Session 3 2015 Jul 6 - Sept 28 2015 Session 4 2015 Oct 5 - Dec 14** Session 1 2016 Jan 4 - Mar 28**

Tues

4:00pm-4:55pm; 5:00pm-5:55pm; 6:00pm-6:55pm

Session 3 2015 Jul 7 - Sept 22 Session 4 2015 Oct 6 - Dec 15** Session 1 2016 Jan 5 - Mar 22

Wed

4:00pm-4:55pm; 5:00pm-5:55pm

Session 3 Jul 8 - Sept 23 Session 4 Oct 7 - Dec 16** Session 1 Jan 6 - Mar 23

Thur

4:00pm-4:55pm; 5:00pm-5:55pm 6:00pm-6:55pm

Session 3 2015 Jul 9th - Sept 24th Session 4 2015 Oct 1 - Dec 17** Session 1 2016 Jan 7 - Mar 24

Fri

2:00pm-2:55pm; 4:00pm-4:55pm; 5:00pm-5:55pm

Session 3 2015 Jul 10 - Sept 25 Session 4 2015 Oct 2 - Dec 18** Session 1 2016 Jan 8 - Mar 25

10:00am-10:55am; 11:00am-11:55am

Session 3 2015 Jul 11 - Sept 26 Session 4 2015 Oct 3 - Dec 19** Session 1 2016 Jan 9 - Mar 26

Sat

Advanced Little Stars - 5-7 Year Olds

This 55 minute class focuses on skills using the balance beam, bars, floor, vault and tumble trak. All while gaining strength, flexibility and balance. Children will build on skills learned from the basic skills level class to learn new and advanced skills. Coaches will focus on teaching primary gymnastics skills to build a firm foundation for progression into the Intermediate class. INSTRUCTORS’ CONSENT ONLY.

D/ND Monthly Fee

Day

Time

Session/Date*

Session 3 2015 Jul 6 - Sept 28 2:00pm-2:55pm; Session 4 2015 $37D/$42ND Mon 6:00pm-6:55pm Oct 5 - Dec 14** Session 1 2016 Jan 4 - Mar 28** Session 3 2015 Jul 8 - Sept 23 Session 4 2015 $37D/$42ND Wed 6:00pm-6:55pm Oct 7 - Dec 16** Session 1 2016 Jan 6 - Mar 23 Session 3 2015 Jul 9 - Sept 24 4:00pm-4:55pm; Session 4 2015 $37D/$42ND Thur 6:00pm-6:55pm Oct 1 - Dec 17** Session 1 2016 Jan 7 - Mar 24 **11 Week Session - 11 Week Session Fee $39D/$43ND No Gymnastics Sept 7, Nov 26, Jan 18, Feb 15

**11 Week Session - 11 Week Session Fee $39D/$43ND No Gymnastics Sept 7, Nov 26-28, Jan 18, Feb 15

Interested in coaching gymnastics? Call Gymnastics Coordinator Lynn Matthews at 303-833-2765

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Gymnastics Classes (continued)


GYMNASTICS

Gymnastics Classes (continued) Advanced Beginners - 6 Years and Older

This 55 minute class focuses on skills using the balance beam, bars, floor, vault and tumble trak. All while gaining strength, flexibility and balance. Children will build on skills learned from the basic skills level class to learn new and advanced skills. Coaches will focus on teaching primary gymnastics skills to build a firm foundation for progression into the Intermediate class. INSTRUCTORS’ CONSENT ONLY.

D/ND Monthly Fee

Day

Time

Session/Date*

Session 3 2015 Jul 6 - Sept 28 4:00pm-4:55pm; Session 4 2015 5:00pm-5:55pm; $43D/$48ND Mon Oct 5 - Dec 14** 6:00pm-6:55pm; Session 1 2016 7:00pm-7:55pm Jan 4 - Mar 28** Session 3 2015 Jul 7 - Sept 22 4:00pm-4:55pm; Session 4 2015 5:00pm-5:55pm; $43D/$48ND Tues Oct 6 - Dec 15** 6:00pm-6:55pm Session 1 2016 Jan 5 - Mar 22 Session 3 2015 July 8 - Sept 23 Session 4 2015 $43D/$48ND Wed 5:00pm-5:55pm Oct 7 - Dec 16** Session 1 2016 Jan 6 - Mar 23 Session 3 2015 July 9- Sept 24 5:00pm-5:55pm; Session 4 2015 $43D/$48ND Thurs Oct 1 - Dec 17** 7:00pm-7:55pm Session 1 2016 Jan 7 - Mar 24 Session 3 2015 Jul 10 - Sept 25 Session 4 2015 2:00pm-2:55pm $43D/$48ND Fri Oct 2 - Dec 18** 5:00pm-5:55pm Session 1 2016 Jan 8 - Mar 25 Session 3 2015 July 11 - Sept 26 Session 4 2015 $43D/$48ND Sat 10:00pm-10:55pm Oct 3 - Dec 19** Session 1 2016 Jan 9 - Mar 26 **11 Week Session - 11 Week Session Fee $39D/$43ND No Gymnastics Sept 7, Nov 26-28, Jan 18, Feb 15

Intermediates - 5 Years and Older

This class focuses on skills using the gymnasium equipment, while gaining strength, flexibility and balance. Coaches will focus on teaching primary gymnastics skills to build a firm foundation for progression into the Pre-Team class. INSTRUCTORS’ CONSENT ONLY.

D/ND Monthly Fee

Time

Session/Date*

Mon

4:00pm-4:55pm; 5:00pm-5:55pm; 6:00pm-6:55pm

Session 3 2015 Jul 6 - Sept 28 Session 4 2015 Oct 5 - Dec 14** Session 1 2016 Jan 4 - Mar 28**

Tues

4:00pm-4:55pm; 5:00pm-5:55pm; 6:00pm-6:55pm

Session 3 2015 Jul 7 - Sept 22 Session 4 2015 Oct 6 - Dec15** Session 1 2016 Jan 5 - Mar 22

Thurs

4:00pm-4:55pm; 5:00pm-5:55pm; 6:00pm-6:55pm

Session 3 2015 Jul 9 - Sept 24 Session 4 2015 Oct 1 - Dec 17** Session 1 2016 Jan 7 - Mar 24

2:00pm-2:55pm

Session 3 2015 July 10-Sept 25 Session 4 2015 Oct 2-Dec 18** Session 1 2016 Jan 8 - Mar 25

10:00am-10:55am

Session 3 2015 Jul 11 - Sept 26 Session 4 2015 Oct 3 - Dec19** Session 1 2016 Jan 9 - Mar 26

Day

$43D/$48ND

$43D/$48ND

$43D/$48ND

$43D/$48ND

$43D/$48ND

Fri

Sat

**11 Week Session - 11 Week Session Fee $39D/$43ND No Gymnastics Sept 7, Nov 26-28, Jan 18, Feb 15

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Cheerleading Clinics

Boys Rockets - 5-6 Year Olds

Cheerleading Clinics will consist of 45 minutes of tumbling/tricks, followed by a 15 minute break, followed by 45 minutes of jump/dance work, followed by 15 minutes of strengthening.

This class will focus on the men’s gymnastics equipment. This class works on skills regulated by USAG Boys routines and will prepare your child for the Intermediate Boys class. D/ND Monthly Fee

$43D/$48ND

$43D/$48ND

Day

Time

Session/Date*

Wed

4:00pm-4:55pm; 5:00pm-5:55pm; 6:00pm-6:55pm

Session 3 2015 Jul 8 - Sept 23 Session 4 2015 Oct 7 - Dec16** Session 1 2016 Jan 6 - Mar 23

4:00pm-4:55pm; 5:00pm-5:55pm

Session 3 2015 Jul 10 - Sept 25 Session 4 2015 Oct 2 - Dec 18** Session 1 2016 Jan 8 - Mar 25

Fri

Day: Fridays August 21 – Ages 9-12 August 28 – Ages 12-16 Time: 6 pm- 8 pm Cost: $20 per particpant Day: Saturdays September 5-Ages 4-6 September 12-Ages 6-9 September 19-Ages 9-12 September 26-Ages 12-16

**11 Week Session - 11 Week Session Fee $39D/$43ND No Gymnastics Nov 27

Boys Lightning - 7 Years and Older

This 55 minute class will focus on the men’s gymnastics equipment. Boys will learn new skills and drills on the men’s equipment, as well as the tumble trak. Coaches will work with your child to help build core strength, body awareness and control, balance and flexibility all while having fun in a safe learning environment. This class works on skills regulated by USAG Boys routines and will prepare your child for the Intermediate Boys class.

D/ND Monthly Fee

$43D/$48ND

$43D/$48ND

Day

Time

Session/Date*

Wed

4:00pm-4:55pm; 5:00pm-5:55pm; 6:00pm-6:55pm

Session 3 2015 Jul 8 - Sept 23 Session 4 ** 2015 Oct 7 - Dec 16 Session 1 2016 Jan 6 - Mar 23

Fri

4:00pm-4:55pm; 5:00pm-5:55pm

Session 3 2015 Jul 10 - Sept 25 Session 4 2015 Oct 2 - Dec 18** Session 1 2016 Jan 8 - Mar 23

**11 Week Session - 11 Week Session Fee $39D/$43ND No Gymnastics Nov 27

Tumbling Drop-In Day: 2nd Saturday of each month Sept 12 Oct 10 Nov 14 Dec 12 Time: 12:00pm-12:45pm Age: 8-16 Fee: $3D/$5ND

Please find up to date class schedules, closures, and rec center information on our Facebook page at facebook.com/CarbonValleyRecreationDistrict

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Gymnastics Classes (continued)


SENIOR CENTER

Carbon Valley Senior Center Monday-Friday 8am-4pm 6615 Fredrick Way, Fredrick, Co 80530 303-833-2739 Cleaning & Maintenance Week Closure Aug. 24-28 Holiday Hours September 7- Closed November 26, 27- (Thanksgiving Holiday) CLOSED December 21-23- 8am to 12pm December 24, 25- (Christmas Eve and Day) CLOSED December 28-30- 8am to 12pm December 31- (New Year’s Eve) CLOSED Mission Statement We, as a group, strive to value every person, 55+, by providing fitness, wellness, education and social opportunities to enhance the individuals’ health and leisure concepts for a lifetime. Refund/Credit Policy Refunds and Credits will follow the department refund/ credit policy listed on Page 5. Senior Trip refund/credit policy is different and is listed in the Senior Trip section. Annual Senior Center Membership With nearly 200 members in 2014, the Carbon Valley Senior Center is the place to have fun and take advantage of discounted rates on day trips and other social and fitness activities. Ages: 55+ Days of the Week: Monday – Friday Time: 8am – 4pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center, 6615 Frederick Way, Frederick Fees: $50D/$70ND Registration Deadline: None; Memberships expire December 31 each year; fee is prorated for those who wish to join throughout the year. Members enjoy: • Reduced rates on fun day trips to destinations throughout the Front Range • Discounted Wednesday Lunch fees • Exercise and health education opportunities • Meeting mature and fun folks 55+ in a friendly, safe and social setting • Drop In programs and various services at no cost

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers make great things happen at the Senior Center! We work with RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) so volunteers can track their hours using a Recording Sheet which is available at the Senior Center Office. Whether answering phones, making newcomers feel welcome, reaching out to absent SilverSneaker® members, participating on the Senior Advisory Team, or checking-in lunch guests, our volunteers are the rock-solid foundation to our successful program. Call 303.833.2739 today to see how you can pitch in.

Drop In Programs

Drop In Programs are available to everyone. Members of the Senior Center and SilverSneaker Members® receive the programs Free . Fees may apply to all others. CVPRD Bingo 4th Tuesday of every month, 1:00-2:00pm Play this ultimate recreation game. You can play with your friends and have a good time. Located at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. Friday Afternoon Movie Matinee September 11 | October 9 | November 13 | December 11 Second Friday of every month at the Senior Center, starting at 1:30pm. Movie showing will be announced in the monthly newsletter. Fee: Free-Member, $1D, $2ND G.I. Coffee Hour Sometimes it’s more than an hour as this program is all about sharing. Stop by and catch up with other veterans. We have snacks and serve black gold for you to visit over. Ages: 55+ Day of the Week: Friday Time: 9:30am Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center

Service Programs Friendly Fork- Weld County Lunch Program The County’s Senior Nutrition Program provides nutritious and delicious noon-time meals for seniors. The Senior Nutrition Program’s meal strives to meet 33 1/3 percent of the daily recommended dietary allowance. For more information and menu’s visit www.weldaaa.org Ages: 60+ and others Day of the Week: Tuesday and Thursday Time: Noon (12pm) Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Fees: $3 suggested donation Registration Deadline: 11:00 pm for the day prior, call 303-833-3660.

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Lunch with a Librarian Librarians from the Carbon Valley Regional Library will come visit and will issue library cards, check out books/ DVD’s and answer questions. Ages: All Day of the Week: Wednesday Time: 11:00am Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: Free Blood Pressure Checks Keep up on your heart stats. Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT’s) are available to check your blood pressure. Ages: All Day of the Week: Wednesday Time: 11:45am Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: Free Loan Closet Carbon Valley Senior Center has been helping caregivers with the added expense of acquiring adaptive equipment (wheelchairs, walkers, canes, crutches, and shower benches) by providing a recycling center called the “Loan Closet”. Participants ages 60 and over and caregivers of persons age 60 or over can borrow equipment from the Senior Center Loan Closet for their personal use at home for up to two months. After the equipment is returned, it is inspected for wear, sanitized, and recycled to another person in need. Ages: All Day of the Week: Monday-Friday Time: 8:00-4:00pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: Free-Member, $1D, $5ND Cancer Support Group This caring group meets with those that have overcome or currently have cancers of all types. Get the support you and your loved ones seek in a safe and compassionate environment. Led by Merv and Jane Dick. Ages: All Day of the Week: 2nd Monday of the month Time: 11am – 12:30pm Location: Prairie Greens Clubhouse, Frederick Fee: Free

Grief Support Group This group is to assist with the grieving process. If you have lost a spouse, friend or loved one, consider joining this informal discussion group. Bring a brown bag lunch or sack if this is your lunch hour. We will provide the drinks. Led by Merv and Jane Dick. Ages: All Day of the Week: Second and Fourth Friday of the month Time: 1:00pm – 2:30pm Location: Prairie Greens Clubhouse, Frederick Fee: Free

Lunch Program Wednesday Lunch Come join us for a wonderful catered lunch from various restaurants. The menu will be posted online and at the center. Enjoy visiting with other participants of the center and on the second Wednesday of the month, we will celebrate birthdays and anniversaries for the month. After lunch we encourage you to stay and play games. Ages: All are welcome Day of the Week: Wednesday Time: Noon (12pm) Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $4- SilverSneaker®Member, $7D, $10ND Registration Deadline: the previous Tuesday by 1:00pm (the day prior to lunch).

Senior Center Membership is separate from Rec Center Membership

For Active Adults Sports see page 10

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Service Programs (cont.)


SENIOR CENTER

Healthways SilverSneakers® Fitness Programs Healthways offers a number of older-adult programs including the SilverSneakers Fitness program and SilverSneakers Private Brand program (“SilverSneakers”). SilverSneakers is the nation’s leading exercise program designed exclusively for Medicare-eligible adults. SilverSneakers offers physical activity, health education and social events, helping to reduce health care costs driven by the physical and mental effects of aging and physician and hospital visits. As a contracted provider, Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District offers amenities such as fitness equipment, treadmills, free weights, and signature SilverSneakers classes, which are designed specifically for older adults and taught by certified instructors. Visit www.SilverSneakers.com now to see if you are eligible. If so, come visit the Carbon Valley Recreation Center today with your card in hand and access our amenities right away. Silver Sneakers® Classic Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of motion and activities for daily living. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handle and a SilverSneakers ball are offered for resistance. A chair is available if needed for seated or standing support. Ages: 55+ Days of the Week: Monday and Wednesday Times: 10:15 -11:10am Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center – Fitness Room Fee: Swipe your eligible SilverSneakers card; Free for Rec Center Passholders; Drop-in fee for non-passholders Silver Sneakers® Circuit Combine fun with fitness to increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout. Upper-body strength work with hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handle, and a SilverSneakers ball is alternated with low-impact aerobic choreography. A chair is used for standing support, stretch and relaxation exercises. Ages: 55+ Day of the Week: Friday Times: 10:15am -10:55am Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center – Fitness Room Fee: Swipe your eligible SilverSneakers card; Free for Rec Center Passholders; Drop-in fee for non-passholders and non-members

Silver Sneakers®Splash Activate your urge for variety! Splash offers fun, shallowwater movement to improve agility and flexibility while addressing cardiovascular, strength and endurance conditioning. No swimming ability is required, and a SilverSneakers kickboard or other aquatic equipment is used to improve strength, balance and coordination. Ages: 55+ Day of the Week: Monday Times: 9am -10am Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center - Pool Min or Max Participation: 16 max Instructor: Katy Fee: Swipe your eligible SilverSneakers card; Free for Rec Center Passholders; Drop-in fee for non-passholders Silver Sneakers®Coffee/Juice Bar

Make a few new friends and orient yourself with the Carbon Valley Recreation Center as you rejuvenate yourself. Existing and new SilverSneakers participants are welcome. Friendly conversation, coffee, juice, fresh fruit and pastries await you. Come in, swipe your eligible card, and start taking advantage of your SilverSneakers® benefits!

Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center - MPR Ages: 55+ Dates: September 25, October 23, November 20 and December 18 Time: 8am -11am Fee: Swipe your eligible SilverSneakers card; Free for Rec Center Passholders; Drop-in fee for non-passholders

Senior Weight Room Orientation In conjunction with the monthly SilverSneakers® juice bar, CVPRD provides a specialized weight room orientation session. Learn the basics of the machines and how to perform safe, fun and effective exercises. Day: Last Friday of every Month Time: 9am – 9:30am Cost: Swipe your eligible SilverSneakers card; Free for Rec Center Passholders; Drop-in fee for non-passholders Computer Assistance Need to learn the basics of computers so you can accomplish some tasks? Meet with our local computer guru, Gloria, for a one-on-one help session. If this sounds like something you’d like to do, please call 303.833.2739 and ask for our Senior Center Coordinator to schedule an appointment. Ages: 55+ Day of the Week: Monday – Friday Time: 8am – 4pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fee: Free for Senior Center Members

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Tai Chi Gentle moving poses that help build a healthy mind, body, and spirit. Low impact class that moves through a variety of full body exercises. Ages: 12+ Days of the Week: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday Times: Tuesdays 11am at Carbon Valley Rec Center Wednesdays - 11am at Carbon Valley Rec Center Thursdays - 10:30am at Carbon Valley Senior Center 11:30am at Carbon Valley Rec Center Instructor: Robb Fee: Swipe your eligible SilverSneakers card; Free for Rec Center Members; Drop-in fee for non-passholders Gentle Yoga Perfect for the new or beginning yogi looking for a peaceful and relaxing yoga experience. All instructors can suggest modifications so please notify your instructor of any health issues or physical limitations. Ages: 12+ Days of the Week: Monday Times: 10:15am -11:10am Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Aerobics Studio Senior Center. Instructor: Sara Fee: Swipe your eligible SilverSneakers card; Free for Rec Center Passholders; Drop-in fee for non-passholders Healthy Hearts Walking ProgramWalk Across America September 15-November 19 9am to 10am only Join us at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center for the Healthy Hearts Walking Program. No registration required. For SilverSneakers members or Recreation Pass holders, there is no cost and Senior Center Members pay only $1 per visit and all others pay $2. We will warm-up, stretch and walk on the track. There is staff on-site to assist and help you. We have a party at the end of the session to celebrate our great success! For more questions, please call Dana at 303-833-2739.

Enrichment Programs Will Making A wonderful way to get a tough job finished! In a single, easy, and enjoyable session, you’ll 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. Ages: 18 and over Day of the Week: Thursday Date: September 17 Time: 5:30-8:30pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $125D/ $150 ND Registration Deadline: Tuesday, September 15 Ages: 18 and over Day of the Week: Thursday Date: November 12 Time: 2:00-5:00pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $125D/ $150 ND Registration Deadline: Tuesday, November 10 Free Dance Demo Come check out the Free dance demo for Beginning Ballroom and Country Swing. Carl will dazzle you with the demonstration of dance techniques. Pre-registration is preferred. Ages: 18 and over Day of the Week: Thursday Date: September 24 Time: 6:45-8:30pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: FREE Registration Deadline: Tuesday, September 27 preferred Beginning Ballroom

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Carbon Valley Group Fitness Exercise Classes


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Enrichment Programs (continued) Would you like to be dancing with the stars? Come experience the magic as we share with you the graceful elegance of the Waltz, the gliding gait of the Fox Trot, and the romantic flare of the Tango. Be prepared for that next wedding, cruise or night on the town. Ages: 18 and over Day of the Week: Thursday Date: October 1-Nov 5* Time: 6:45-7:45pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $40D/$46ND Registration Deadline: Tuesday, September 29 *no class Oct 8, 29 Beginning Country Swing Now is the time to get out your cowboy boots and go country dancing. We will start off with the Cowboy Cha Cha. A good line dance to do by yourself or with a partner. Then we will get you started with the basic moves and turns of the country Triple Step. You will work together with your partner to learn the techniques of the lead and follow so you can go out and have some fun. Boots not required, but suggested. Ages: 18 and over Day of the Week: Thursday Date: October 1-22 Time: 7:45-8:45pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $40D/$46ND Registration Deadline: Tuesday, September 29

Wellness Wednesdays After lunch we will have a guest speaker sharing some wonderful information. Stay and listen to the quick 45 minute topic and ask questions. We will meet on the 4th Wednesday of the month. November and December the Wellness talk will be moved to the 3rd Wednesday due to the holiday. Ages: 18 and over Day of the Week: Wednesday Dates: • September 23- Fall Prevention • October28- Caring for Alzheimer’s Disease and the financial toll • November 18- Wobbly Walkers • December 16- Depression in Seniors- how to detect and what to do Time: 1:00-2:00pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: Free-Members, $2D, $3ND Registration Deadline: Monday prior to Wednesday presentation

Special Events Fashion Show Tea Party This afternoon of elegance is filled with taking a look at today’s fashions. Come see what is in style and how to accessorize your wardrobe. We will be having an afternoon tea party (tea and treats will be provided). Reservations can only be made at the Senior Center in person for seating choices. Seating is first come first serve, register early! Ages: 21 and over Day of the Week: Wednesday Date: September 30 Time: 2:30pm-3:30pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: 10$ MemberD/$11 MemberND/$12 NonMemberD/$13 NonMemberND Registration Deadline: Wednesday, September 23 Mini-Resource and Hand-Craft Fair Date: November 4 The 55+ crowd is sure to enjoy this quarterly event which features a host of varied vendors including health and wellness services as well as handcrafted items for purchase. Please call the Carbon Valley Senior Center at 303.833.2739 for information on table rentals and fee.

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Trip and Activity Policy • 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 that need special accommodations must contact the Senior Coordinator at least two weeks prior to the activity. 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. If you would like a full refund please indicate your wishes when you are contacted regarding the cancellation. • Administrative fees of $10 will be assessed on any cancellation initiated by the participant before the deadline, unless the space can be filled by another participant. • Cancellations initiated after the deadline will not receive a refund, unless the space can be filled by another participant. Trip Exertion Chart This is a generalization of the exertion levels for the trips listed below: 1- Easy, mostly sitting 2- Easy, mostly sitting with some walking 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 September Red Rocks Tour and Lunch (5+) The tour will include the Visitor Center and the plaza at the top of the amphitheater. The group needs to be prepared to walk down 195 steps to stage level, and then back up 195 steps. Backstage tour and lunch Ages: All Ages Day of the Week: Tuesday Date: September 8 Time: 9:00am-2:30pm Location: Carbon Senior Center Fees: $12-Member, $13D,$15ND Registration Deadline: Tuesday, September 1 Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District |

Cripple Creek Trip- Double Eagle Hotel Casino (3) Enjoy the fabulous fall colors as you drive to Cripple Creek Casino. You will receive a player pass to access your free breakfasts, 1 free hot dog/drink meal from Parrot Dice Grill and an exclusive game. Stay for two evenings at the Double Eagle Hotel. Day of the Week: Wednesday-Friday Date: September 9-11 Time: Departure 11:00 am, Return 2:00pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: Single Room $200.00 per person, Double Room: $110.00 per person Registration Deadline: Tuesday, August 25 Broomfield Veteran’s Memorial Museum and Bumpers Restaurant (3) We will visit the Broomfield Veteran’s Memorial Museum. The Museum invites you to come and view the growing collection of uniforms and memorabilia from all branches of service and all wars and conflicts from the Revolutionary War forward. Meals are on your own. Fee includes transportation and Tour. Day of the Week: Monday Date: September 14 Time: 9:15am-2:00pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $5-Member, $6D,$10ND Registration Deadline: September 7 Supper Club- Cinzetti’s (3) We visit a different restaurant each month to enjoy company and dining. This month we will visit Cinzetti’s Restaurant it is a buffet style restaurant that allows you to try many different Italian meals in a fun atmosphere. Visit the dessert bar too. Trip includes: transportation. Dinner, drinks and tip on your own (estimated $23) Day of the Week: Thursday Date: September 24 Time: 4:30pm-7:00pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $5-Member, $6D,$10ND Registration Deadline: September 17 Mardi Gras Casino – (3) Sit back and relax as you are comfortably taken to the Mardi Gras Casino. The casino package includes $10 food credit, $5 free play on card, and free drinks while gambling. You must use your player card to earn points and receive package. You must be age 21 to enroll for these trips. Meals are on your own. Fee includes transportation. Day of the Week: Monday Date: September 28 Time: 8:00am-4:30pm Min: 18 Fees: $3D/$5ND Registration Deadline: Monday, September 14 Fall/Winter 2015 Activity Guide | page 41

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Trips


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Trips (continued) October Elk Bugling in Estes Park (4-5) Watch the fall colors as we travel to Estes Park and experience the sounds of the elks bugling. We will grill hot dogs and hamburgers while enjoying the calls from the bull elk. Dress appropriate for the weather and bring your folding chair. The elevation is over 10,000 ft. Fee includes transportation and BBQ. Ages: All Ages Day of the Week: Tuesday Date: October 6 Time: 3:00pm- 10:00 pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $30-Member, $31D,$35ND Registration Deadline: Tuesday, September 29 Colorado Railroad Museum and Lunch at Old Capital Grill (4-5) Lose track of time touring at the Depot Museum and 15-acre rail yard featuring over 100 engines, cabooses and coaches, a garden railway, renowned library and roundhouse restoration facility with working turntable. Ages: All Ages Day of the Week: Monday, Date: October 12 Time: 9:00am-2:30pm Location: Fees: $12-Member, $13D,$17ND Registration Deadline: Monday, October 5

November Celestial Seasonings and Leanin’ Tree Museum of Western Art – (2) Enjoy the wonderful tour of the Celestial Seasonings Company and sample a tasty cup of tea. Lunch is in the Café at Celestial Seasonings. After lunch tour the beautiful Leanin’ Tree Museum of Western Art. Fee includes transportation and tours. Lunch is on your own. Day of the Week: Monday Date: November 9 Time: 9:30am-3:00pm Fees: $7-Member, $8D/$12ND Registration Deadline: Monday, November 2 Pumphouse Brewery Tour– (2) Enjoy some suds and history. Get a history tour and try their homemade brews. To the surprise of many, this building has never been home to a real fire station, it was merely a theme that the original Pumphouse founders felt would be successful in combination with the structure itself. Though it has never been a firehouse, the building has a lot of history behind it, learn how the building involved. Fee includes transportation and tasting. Additional items are on your own. Day of the Week: Monday Date: November 16 Time: 12:15-4 pm Fees: $7-Member, $8D/$12ND Registration Deadline: Monday, November 9

Supper Club- Aunt Alice’s Kitchen (3) We visit a different restaurant each month to enjoy company and dining. This month we will visit Aunt Alice’s Kitchen in Longmont. You can pick from Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner. Tonight is also Free Pie Night. Trip includes: transportation. Dinner, drinks and tip on your own Day of the Week: Tuesday Date: October 20 Time: 4:15pm-6:30pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $5-Member, $6D,$10ND Registration Deadline: October 13

Tea at Thompson House Inn – (2) Step back in time with hats, gloves, pearls, muffs & stoles provided for your wear during tea time at the Historical Thompson House Inn. While enjoying the relaxing atmosphere of the Thompson House Inn, you are invited to shop from the collection of antiques, collectibles, old English tea cups, elegant linens & lace, note card, tea pots, lotions and much more home décor. Fee includes transportation. Tea is on your own (Price $18.50 + tax and gratuity). Day of the Week: Thursday Date: November 19 Time: 12:15-2:45 pm Fees: $7-Member, $8D/$12ND Registration Deadline: Monday, November 16

Mardi Gras Casino – (3) Sit back and relax as you are comfortably taken to the Mardi Gras Casino. The casino package includes $10 food credit, $5 free play on card, and free drinks while gambling. You must use your player card to earn points and receive package. You must be age 21 to enroll for these trips. Meals are on your own. Fee includes transportation. Day of the Week: Monday Date: October 26 Time: 8:00am-4:30pm Min: 18 Fees: $3D/$5ND Registration Deadline: Monday, October 12

Supper Club- Cracker Barrel (3) We visit a different restaurant each month to enjoy company and dining. This month we will visit Cracker Barrel in Northglenn. Enjoy the home style meals and a walk through the adorable gift shop. Trip includes: transportation. Dinner, drinks and tip on your own Day of the Week: Tuesday Date: November 24 Time: 4:15pm-6:30pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $5-Member, $6D,$10ND Registration Deadline: November 17

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Mardi Gras Casino – (3) Sit back and relax as you are comfortably taken to the Mardi Gras Casino. The casino package includes $10 food credit, $5 free play on card, and free drinks while gambling. You must use your player card to earn points and receive package. You must be age 21 to enroll for these trips. Meals are on your own. Fee includes transportation. Day of the Week: Monday Date: November 30 Time: 8:00am-4:30pm Min: 18 Fees: $3D/$5ND Registration Deadline: Monday, November 16 December Candlelight Dinner Theater presents “A Christmas Carol” (3) Day of the Week: Thursday Date: December 3 Time: 4:30pm-10:00pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $65-Member, $66D, $70ND Registration Deadline: November 19th White Fence Farm and Entertainment (4) Begin the holidays with the holiday atmosphere and decorations of the White Fence Farm. Enjoy the Senior Outing Menu which includes: World Famous Fried Chicken, Cottage Cheese, Kidney Bean Salad, Pickled Beets, Cole Slaw, Hot Corn Fritters, Mashed Potatoes, and choice of Hot Fudge or Strawberry Sundae. After dinner walk over to the barn for some music by the “Chicken Pickin’ Finger Lickin’ Bunch”. Trip includes: Transportation, Dinner, visiting the farm/ shop and entertainment in the barn. Day of the Week: Tuesday Date: December 8 Time: 4:00pm-9:00pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $21-Member, $22D, $25ND Registration Deadline: Tuesday, December 1

Georgetown Christmas Market (5) The Christmas Market features an outdoor European marketplace with handcrafted gifts in addition to Georgetown’s charming year-round shopping experience. Beautiful and unique shops showcase Christmas ornaments and decorations, Victorian items for the home, art, Colorado wine, rare books, jewelry, exquisite clothing, antiques, and gifts. The Market will also feature food vendors in addition to our fabulous local restaurants. Trip includes: Transportation. Lunch is on your own at one of the local restaurants. The elevation is approximately 7500 ft. Day of the Week: Friday Date: December 11 Time: 8:00am-3:00pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $10-Member, $12D, $15ND Registration Deadline: Friday, December 4 Supper Club- Benihana (3) Enjoy the fun atmosphere of the Japanese hibachi style of cuisine. The group will sit at the grill as the chef will entertain and joke with everyone as they cook. Trip includes: transportation. Dinner, drinks and tip on your own. Day of the Week: Tuesday Date: December 15 Time: 4:15pm-6:30pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $5-Member, $6D,$10ND Registration Deadline: December 11 New Year’s Eve at Noon at the Mardi Gras Casino – (3) Sit back and relax as you are comfortably taken to the Mardi Gras Casino. The casino package includes $10 food credit, $5 free play on card, and free drinks while gambling, plus a Champagne toast at noon with all the party favors. You must use your player card to earn points and receive package. You must be age 21 to enroll for these trips. Meals are on your own. Fee includes transportation. Date: December 31, 2015 Day of the Week: Thursday Time: 9:00am-4:30pm Min: 18 Fees: $3D/$5ND Registration Deadline: Thursday, December 17

Extended Trips See the Senior Coordinator for more information. April 21-29- Canyon Country-Arizona & Utah August 17-26- Discover Switzerland, Austria & Bavaria Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District | Fall/Winter 2015 Activity Guide | page 43

SENIOR CENTER

Trips (continued)


SENIOR CENTER

Introducing Art Classes at the Carbon Valley Senior Center Open to all ages Painting on Canvas Workshop We invite you to a fun afternoon of acrylic painting on canvas. Includes all materials. Artist Tami will give step-by-step instructions and show you how to create this beautiful “Simple Vase” painting to take home with you. Sign-up today! Space is limited. Ages: 21 and over Day of the Week: Friday Date: September 11 Time: 1:00pm-3:00pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $19Members/$20 Non Members Registration Deadline: Tuesday, September 8 Painting on Canvas Workshop We invite you to a fun afternoon of acrylic painting on canvas. Includes all materials. Artist Tami will give step-by-step instructions and show you how to create this beautiful “Fall Tree” painting to take home with you. Sign-up today! Space is limited. Ages:: 21 and over Day of the Week: Thursday Date: October 8 Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $19Members/$20 Non Members Registration Deadline: Monday, October 5 Painting on Canvas Workshop We invite you to a fun afternoon of acrylic painting on canvas. Includes all materials. Artist Tami will give step-by-step instructions and show you how to create this beautiful “Poppies” painting to take home with you. Sign-up today! Space is limited. Ages: 21 and over Day of the Week: Friday Date: November 13 Time: 1:00pm-3:00pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $19Members/$20 Non Members Registration Deadline: Monday, November 9 Painting on Canvas Workshop We invite you to a fun afternoon of acrylic painting on canvas. Includes all materials. Artist Tami will give step-by-step instructions and show you how to create this beautiful “Festive Tree” painting to take home with you. Sign-up today! Space is limited. Ages: 21 and over Day of the Week: Thursday Date: December 10 Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm Location: Carbon Valley Senior Center Fees: $19Members/$20 Non Members Registration Deadline: Monday, December 7

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GLEN MARTIN

y wife Judy and I moved from Michigan to Firestone in October of 2009. On an earlier visit my son introduced me to the Recreation Center in Frederick. In January of 2010 we joined the recreation center since both of us are very active physically. A staff member at the desk told us about the senior program and suggested that we might want to consider joining that program. We signed up for that also. The only people that we knew here were our son, his wife, and our daughter. After many years living in the Detroit area, we said goodbye to many dear friends. Michigan is a very beautiful state but we wanted to live nearer our kids. On our first visit to the senior center we were greeted by the senior center staff and were introduced to some of the current members. Information on the various senior activities was made available to us. We felt very welcomed by those we met that day. We soon learned that the senior program had many things to offer its members. We found a variety of activities that appealed to a broad range of interests. There were field trips, overnight trips, and overseas trips of which one could take advantage. Social events such as picnics and the traditional Wednesday lunches were enjoyed. We participated in many day trips to different functions and locations. However, one of the most important things that came out of our membership was the number of great people that we met including staff members. I have interest in activities that had not been previously done by the senior group. The senior coordinators were willing to allow me to explore and arrange for some day trips. These included a glider flight outing, tours of prestigious government and university controlled research laboratories in Boulder, and a high tech local firm. Earlier this year the senior coordinator invited me to join a senior team group that meets monthly. The group gives feedback to the program and is able to offer suggestions on a variety of topics. Executive Director Ross Blackmer also sits on this group. Mr. Blackmer has given much insight to the activities of the Recreation District and especially the senior program. He has laid out a vision for the senior program that more than addresses the limitations of the current program. The ideas to address space and program limitations are quite visionary. When all things fall into place, the senior program will be first class. For those who are new to the community or have not been involved with the senior program, I would encourage you to stop by and get acquainted with the members and staff. It surely has been helpful and enjoyable for Judy and me. Glenn E Martin, Firestone

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Thank you to our 2015 CV District Partners The CV District Partner relationship shows a commitment to community involvement and support of the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District mission of Engaging Community, Enhancing Life and Encouraging Play. District Partners not only allow district events to flourish, they also support sports programming for the youth of our community.

Thank you from the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District Staff

“There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.�

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FAQ Q: What will residents of the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District get if voters approve this bond package in November? A: The bond package will include: • • • •

Upgrading the existing recreation center in Frederick to include: A dedicated multi-purpose room with a kitchen; Upgraded men’s and women’s locker rooms; Modernization and upgrades to the facility interior to include LED lighting, flooring and facility fixtures; • Acquisition and installation of energy efficient boilers and upgrading mechanical equipment; • Constructing and equipping a new regional recreation center in the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District to include but not limited to: • An aquatic center to include an indoor swimming pool and outdoor water splash pad; • Full ice rink with two sheets of ice; • Two fitness studios; • Two full-size gymnasiums; • Fully equipped cardio room; • Indoor running track; • Athletic fields; • Three community rooms with a kitchen (with capacity of 350+)

Q: Why do we need another recreation center? A: Since 2000, the population in the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District has nearly tripled, growing by more than 264%. This growth has resulted in the demand for recreational services to also substantially increase. Young families, as well as longtime residents, are becoming more committed to a healthier lifestyle and the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District is committed to serving our citizens. Q: How long will it take to build the projects? A: If voters give their approval of the bond package, the work on upgrading the current recreation center would begin in January of 2016. The target date for finishing the regional recreation center will be 2018. Q: Will residents of the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District have access to both centers? A: Yes. Residents of the District will have access to both recreation centers. Q: Will people living outside the District be allowed to use the new regional recreation center? A: Yes. Our current policy of allowing non-district residents of the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District to use our facilities will continue when the regional recreation center is completed. Non-district residents pay a higher fee as they do today when using our current facilities. Q: Will the new ice rinks be available to our local hockey teams? A: Yes. The ice rink will be available for local hockey teams, ice skating lessons, and recreational skating. Q: Will the new regional recreation center hire local teenagers to work during the summer? A: Yes. Currently, the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation Center is one of the largest employers of teenagers in the area. The new center will offer even more opportunities for youth employment. Q: Will the regional recreation center have an indoor swimming pool? A: Yes. There will be an indoor pool as well as a seasonal, outdoor water play area and splash pad. A: How much will this cost the average homeowner? Q: This will cost the average homeowner $5.70 per month per $100,000 of home value. For more information please visit www.yesforhealthycommunities.com Paid for by Citizens of Carbon Valley Park and Recreation


For the past year, the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District (CVPRD)has been meeting with elected officials, community leaders, longtime residents and citizens of the district to discuss the current need for renovations at our existing recreation center, as well as the need for another facility to accommodate our growing population. After much thoughtful discussion conducted over the past year through focus groups and community meetings, the CVPRD Board of Directors has voted to move forward and ask the voters to approve a $40 million bond. Funds generated by this bond package will be used to significantly update the current recreation center and to build an additional recreation center in the northern part of the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District. For more information please visit

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