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JANUARY - APRIL 2017 ACTIVITY GUIDE

SPORTS GYMNASTICS

It’s Your Play!

CVPRD closed the last Sunday of each month. Look inside for special events, facility information, and programs for all ages

701 5TH SREET | FREDERICK, CO 80530 | 303.833.3660

YOUTH PROGRAMS AQUATICS FITNESS & WELLNESS ACTIVE ADULTS COMMUNITY

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LETTER FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ROSS BLACKMER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF CARBON VALLEY PARKS & RECREATION DISTRICT

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IN THIS ISSUE 2 KidZone & Staff Directory 3 Rates & Passes 4 Rentals & Parties 7 Adult Sports 9 Youth Sports 13 Gymnastics 18 Youth Programs 22 Aquatics 31 Fitness & Wellness 36 Adult Activities 44 Special Events 48 Policies & Information

CVPRD MISSION ENGAGING COMMUNITY ENHANCING LIFE

DAILY OPERATIONS RECREATION CENTER 701 5th Street Frederick, CO 80530 303-833-3660

Monday - Friday 5:30 - 9 pm Saturday 8 am - 5 pm Sunday Noon - 5 pm Pool closes 30 minutes prior to close of building.

SENIOR CENTER/GYMNASTICS CENTER

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

HOLIDAY HOURS RECREATION CENTER Thanksgiving November 24 Christmas Eve December 24 Christmas December 25 New Year’s Eve December 31 New Year’s Day January 1 Easter April 16

Closed 8 am - noon Closed 8 am - noon Closed Closed

SENIOR CENTER Thanksgiving November 24 & 25 Christmas December 23-26 New Year’s Day January 1

Closed Closed Closed

GYMNASTICS CENTER December 22 - January 1 Guest Service Registration Hours

No Programs 9 am - 3 pm

CVPRD CLOSED THE LAST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH November 27 February 26 December 25 March 27 January 29 April 24

ENCOURAGING PLAY 701 5TH SREET | FREDERICK, CO 80530 | 303.833.3660

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3 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER

STAFF DIRECTORY MAIN LINE 303-833-3660 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Ross Blackmer director@cvprd.com I 720-728-8441

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

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

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

KIDZONE

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

Hours of Operation Monday - Saturday Monday - Thursday Sunday

8 am - 1:30 pm 3:30 - 8:30 pm Closed

District Fees (per child)

Drop in................................................................$1.25 per 30 minutes

RECREATION SUPERINTENDENT Dana Bellomy dbellomy@cvprd.com I Ext. 106 AQUATICS SUPERVISOR Kathy Lind klind@cvprd.com I Ext. 114 DISTRICT SERVICES SUPERVISOR Debbie St. Michel dstmichel@cvprd.com I Ext. 112 PROGRAMS SUPERVISOR Shelly Shipley sshipley@cvprd.com I Ext. 104 FITNESS/WELLNESS COORDINATOR Suzi Shankweiler sshankweiler@cvprd.com I Ext. 107 GYMNASTICS COORDINATOR Lynn Matthews lmatthews@cvprd.com I 303-833-2765

22 (half hour) punch card...............................................................$25 44 (half hour) punch card...............................................................$50 Annual KidZone pass.....................................................$200/per child

$100 for each additional child

Non-District Fees (per child)

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

$150 for each additional child

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

KIDZONE SPECIALIST Hollie Kennedy hkennedy@cvprd.com I Ext. 108 MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS Heather Hammarstrom hhammarstrom@cvprd.com I 720-728-8438 ACTIVE ADULT COORDINATOR Alex Fassler afassler@cvprd.com I 303-833-2739

KidZone Pass Price

SPORTS 11COORDINATOR passes for $20 Randy Reed 22 passes for $40 rreed@cvprd.com I Ext. 119 Non-refundable For information about the Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District Board of Directors visit www.cvprd.com.


RATES & PASS INFORMATION Daily Admission Age Youth (5 - 17 years) Adult (18 - 54) Senior 55+/Military

District Non-District $3 $5 $4.50 $6.50 $3.50 $5.50

20 Visit Punch Pass

Age District Non-District Youth (5 - 17 years) $50 $95 Adult (18 - 54) $80 $120 Senior 55+/Military $60 $100 Expires 12 months from date of purchase. Non-refundable.

Monthly Pass

Age District Non-District Youth (5 - 17 years) $20 $50 Adult (18 - 54) $35 $65 Senior 55+/Military $25 $50 Family up to 6* $75 $105 Senior Couple $45 $65 Couple $55 $85 Expires monthly. Non-refundable. Additional family member $10.

Quarterly Pass

Age District Non-District Youth (5 - 17 years) $55 $85 Adult (18 - 54) $100 $130 55+/Military $70 $90 Family up to 6* $175 $205 Senior Couple $130 $160 Couple $160 $190 Additional family member $10.

Annual Pass

Group Rates

Group rates are for 10 or more people. Please call ahead to make a group reservation. Age District Non-District 4 and under $1.50 $2.25 Youth (5 - 17 years) $2.25 $3.50 Adult (18 - 54) $3.75 $4.50 55+/Military $2.75 $3.50

Annual Pass Holder Benefits

As an annual pass holder you will receive full access to the recreation center. Amenities include a six-lane 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 Carbon Valley. •

Free one hour daily admission to KidZone (Family Pass only)

Four free day passes

Complimentary weight room orientation

Daily admission to more than 35 weekly drop-in fitness and water aerobic classes

Gift Cards Available

Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District gift cards are the perfect gift for the recreation, sports or fitness enthusiast in your life. Gift cards are available in any denomination and may be used toward memberships, daily admission, program fees, and more.

Sunday is Family Day

Bring the entire family for a fun day of swimming, fitness, and fun! The recreation center is open on Sundays from noon - 5 pm. The pool is open until 4:30 pm. CVPRD is closed the last Sunday of every month. Save time and set up your household online before you come. Fee: $10D/$12ND for up to six family members. Additional members: $2.25 each

Age District Non-District Youth (5 - 17 years) $200 $320 Adult (18 - 54) $350 $470 Senior 55+/Military $260 $340 Senior Center access included Corporate Memberships Family up to 6* $650 $770 For information about corporate rates Senior Couple** $400 $520 call 303-833-3660 x104. Couple $525 $645 Additional Adult $70 $130 Additional Child $35 $95 * Family is defined as two adults and four children under 18. ** Add $50 per person to include Senior Center. Monthly billing available on quarterly and annual passes (subject to a monthly processing fee). Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District | Spring 2017 Activity Guide | page 3


Room Reservations

Do you need space for a meeting, party, or special event? Carbon Valley Recreation Center has you covered. Three room options are available for group events. • All facility rentals and equipment usage are subject to availability and prior approval • Set-up, cleaning, and proper supervision of participants are the responsibility of the renter • Rental accommodations can be made during regular business hours • Full rental fee required at time of reservation • Damage that occurs during the rental will be invoiced and must be paid in full prior to any future reservation or program registration Warrior Room Capacity: 36 Miner’s Room Capacity: 44 Miner’s and Warrior Room Capacity: 80 Fee: $40D/$45ND per hour/per room

Facility Rental

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

Exclusive After Hours Rental

Full Facility Rental For more information about exclusive after hours rentals, inquire at guest services or call 303-833-3660. Reservations are available 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 seven days notice will be refunded 50% of the reservation fee.

Birthday Parties at the Rec Center

Celebrate your special day at the recreation center. Parties include swimming for up to 20 guests and 90 minutes in one of our party rooms for food and presents (not provided). Party guests may swim before and after the scheduled party time. Payment is due at the time the reservation is made. Parties may cancel one week prior to the scheduled date for a refund minus a 10% processing fee. Fee: $90D/$100ND (Additional swimmers $1.50)

Party Times Friday 3-4:30 pm 5-6:30 pm 7-8:30 pm

Saturday 10-11:30 am 12-1:30 pm 2-3:30 pm

Sunday 12:30 -2 pm 2:30-4 pm

Pool does not open on Saturdays until 11:30 am (with some exceptions due to swim lessons). CVPRD is closed the last Sunday of every month.

Gymnastics Birthday Party

Enjoy 45 minutes of exclusive use of the gymnastics facility followed by cake and presents (not provided) in the party room for 45 minutes. Two weeks advance booking required. Receive $10 off if you are currently enrolled in a gymnastics class at CVPRD. Fee: $130D/$140ND for up to 10 guests $8 each additional guest (up to 15 total) Party Times: Saturdays 1 pm and 3 pm

Racquetball and Wallyball Court

Court reservations are taken up to a week in advance. If 15 minutes late, court time is relinquished. Reservation Fee: $1 racquetball, $5 wallyball.

Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District | Spring 2017 Activity Guide | page 4


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.

www.kidsniteout.org Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District | Spring 2017 Activity Guide | page 5


SPRING SPORTS REGISTRATION DEADLINES Youth  Sports   U14  Soccer  Boys/Girls   U9,  U11,  Soccer  Boys/Girls   U7  Coed  Soccer     Mini-­‐Kickers  Soccer   Youth  Softball   Youth  Baseball   Coach  Pitch  Baseball   Coed  T-­‐ball    

Registration Deadline   January  30   February  19   February  19   February  26   February  26   April  2   April  2   April  16  

Age Group   11-­‐13  years  old   7-­‐10  years  old   5-­‐7  years  old   4-­‐5  years  old   6-­‐14  years  old   9-­‐14  years  old   7-­‐8  years  old   5-­‐6  years  old  

Season Feb  20  –  May  13   March  20  –  May  20   March  20  –  May  13   March  20  –  May  6   April  3  –  July  10   May  15  –  July  29   May  22  –  July  29   May  22  –  July  18  

Mini-­‐Sluggers Baseball  

April 23  

4-­‐5 years  old  

June 10  –  July  15  

       

Adult Sports  

Registration Deadline  

Age Group  

Season

Adult Coed  Volleyball  Winter  

January 11  

16 years  and  older  

Jan 15  –  Mar  19  

Adult Coed  Volleyball  Spring  

April 5  

Apr 9  –  June  18  

Adult Women’s  6s  Volleyball  Winter  

January 11  

16 years  and  older  

Jan 19  –  March  23  

Adult Women’s  6s  Volleyball  Spring  

April 5  

April 13  –  June  15  

Spring Men’s  Softball  Tune-­‐Up  Sunday  League  

March 7  

16 years  and  older  

March 12  –  May  7  

Spring Men’s  Softball  Tune-­‐Up  Thursday  League  

March 7  

16 years  and  older  

March 16  –  May  4  

Spring Coed    Softball  Tune-­‐Up    Sunday  League  

March 7  

16 years  and  Older  

March 12  –  April  30  

Men’s Spring  Adult  Basketball  

March 27  

16 years  and  older  

April 3  –  June  12  

Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District | Spring 2017 Activity Guide | page 6


ADULT SPORTS NEW! ADULT COED VOLLEYBALL

Bump, set, spike! Winter adult volleyball leagues start January 15 and spring leagues start April 9. Teams play eight games followed by a single elimination tournament and league winners receive an award. Don’t have a team but want to play? Register as a free agent at www.cvprdathletics.com. Age: 16+ Location: RC Fee: $225D/$270ND League Day Dates Time Deadline Winter Su Jan 15 – Mar 19 6-10 pm Jan 11 Spring Su Apr 9 – Jun 18 6-10 pm Apr 5

NEW! ADULT WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL

Round up your friends, co-workers or neighbors for some fun on the court. Winter adult women’s volleyball leagues start Thursday, January 19 and spring leagues begin Thursday, April 13. Teams play eight games followed by a single elimination tournament and league winners receive an award for their team. Don’t have a team? We’ll find one for you. Register as a free agent at www.cvprdathletics.com. Games not held April 16. Age: 16+ Location: RC Fee: $225D/$270ND League Day Dates Time Deadline Winter Th Jan 19 – Mar 23 6-10 pm Jan 11 Spring Th Apr 13 – Jun 15 6-9 pm Apr 5

SPRING MEN’S ADULT SOFTBALL TUNE–UP LEAGUE

Step up to the plate and join the Men’s Spring Tune-up Softball League. Beginning the week of March 12, teams play eight games to tune up their softball skills in preparation for summer play. Want to play but don’t have a team? Sign up as a free agent at www.cvprdathletics.com. Games will not be held on April 16. Age: 16+ Fee: $275D/$330ND Locations: Sunday - Firestone Sports Complex Thursday - Frederick Softball Field Day Dates Time Deadline Su Mar 12 - May 7 4-9 pm March 7 Th Mar 16 - May 4 6-9 pm March 7

SPRING COED ADULT SOFTBALL TUNE–UP LEAGUE

The Adult Spring Tune-up Softball League is the perfect way to refine your softball skills and get ahead of the competition by summer. Teams play eight games beginning the week of March 12 on Thursdays or Sundays. Want to play but don’t have a team? Let us find one for you. Register as a free agent at www.cvprdathletics.com. Games not held April 16. Age: 16+ Fee: $275D/$330ND Location: Firestone Sports Complex Day Dates Time Deadline Su Mar 12 - May 7 4-9pm Mar 7

Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District | Spring 2017 Activity Guide | page 7


SPORTS

MEN’S SPRING ADULT BASKETBALL

Fulfill your hoop dreams while playing in the Men’s Spring Adult Basketball league. Teams play eight games plus a single elimination tournament. Season starts the week of April 3. League winners receive an award for their teams. Don’t have a team? Register as a free agent at www.cvprdathletics.com and we’ll find one for you. No games May 29. Age: 16+ Fee: $400D/$480ND Location: RC Day Dates Time Deadline Monday Apr 3 - May 22 6–9 pm Mar 27

DROP-IN SPORTS LEARN TO PLAY PICKLEBALL CAMPS

Learn to play one of the fastest growing sports in the U.S., Pickleball. This instructional camp will teach you the basics of how to play including rules, serving, returning shots, scoring, and basic strategy. Camps are offered on the first Monday of every month. Questions? Please contact Randy at rreed@cvprd.com or 303-833-3660 x111. Age: 16+ Day Date Game Time Monday Open and Continuous 9:30-11 am

DROP-IN PICKLEBALL

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 through 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? Participate in a pickleball camp the first Monday of every month. Ages: All Days of the Week: Monday through Friday Time: 9 am - Noon Location: Carbon Valley Recreation Center Drop-in fees will apply.

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

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YOUTH SPORTS

REGISTER TODAY!

Questions? Please contact Randy at rreed@cvprd.com or 303-833-3660 x111. Register online at www.cvprd.com.

U11 AND U9 SOCCER

Teams from Erie and Carbon Valley will play on Saturdays. U9 will play in a 6v6 format and U11 will play 8v8. Teams will practice 2 hours per week. Shin guards are required and cleats are strongly recommended. Jerseys are included. League information such as team schedules can be found at www.quickscores.com/erie. Practices will start the week of March 20. Practices will be at Municipal parks in Frederick, Firestone and Dacono. Locations and times determined by coaches. Registration Deadline: Feb 19 Late Registration Period: Feb 20 – Feb 26 Late Fee: $75D/$85ND League Dates Fee Locations U9 Girls Mar 20 – May 20 $60D/$70ND TBA U9 Boys Mar 20 – May 20 $60D/$70ND TBA U11 Girls Mar 20 – May 20 $60D/$70ND TBA U11 Boys Mar 20 – May 20 $60D/$70ND TBA

U14 SOCCER

U14 teams from Carbon Valley will play on Saturdays in the St. Vrain Football Club Recreation League. Teams will practice 2 hours per week. Shin guards are required and cleats are strongly recommended. Jerseys are included. Register online at www.cvprd.com. League information such as team schedules can be found at www.quickscores.com/erie. Practices will start the week of March 20. Practices will be at Municipal parks in Frederick, Firestone and Dacono Locations and times determined by coaches. Questions? Please contact Randy at rreed@cvprd.com or 303-833-3660 x111. Registration Deadline: Feb 12 Late Registration Period: Feb 13 – Feb 19 Late Fee: $75D/$85ND League Dates Fee Locations U14 Girls Mar 11–May 13 $60D/$70ND Sandstone Ranch Park U14 Boys Mar 11–May 13 $60D/$70ND Sandstone Ranch Park Players participating in recreation leagues may not be in/on any competitive league/team during the respective sport season. Parent/guardians are responsible for adhering to all rules in the rule book and code of conduct.

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SPORTS

U7 COED SOCCER

This league will look to build on soccer fundamentals and foot skills. Teams will practice throughout the week, and play against other Carbon Valley teams on Saturdays in a 6v6 playing format. Approximately 6 games. Jersey included. Shin guards are required. Cleats are strongly recommended. League information such as team schedules can be found at www.cvprdathletics.com. Practices will start the week of March 20. Coaches will officiate games. Practices will be at Municipal parks in Frederick, Firestone and Dacono. Locations and times determined by coaches. Questions? Please contact Randy at rreed@cvprd.com or 303-833-3660 x111. Registration Deadline: Feb 19 Late Registration Period: Feb 20 – Feb 26 Late Fee: $70D/$80ND League Dates Fee Locations U7 COED Mar 20 -May 13 $55D/$65ND Hart Park

MINI-KICKERS SOCCER

This introductory league is a great way to get your little athlete started in soccer. Mini-Kickers will meet for five instructional practices/games to introduce basic skills and fundamentals. Teams meet for one hour per week on Saturdays where they will practice for thirty minutes and play a 30 minute game. Jersey included. Cleats are recommended. Shin guards are required. League information such as team schedules can be found at www.cvprdathletics.com. Practices/Games will be at Hart Park. Deadline: Feb 26 Late Registration Period: Feb 27 – Mar 5 Late Fee: $50D/$60ND League Dates Fee Location MK (4-5 years) Apr 8 – May 6 $35D/$45ND Hart Park

YOUTH SOFTBALL

Games are played during the week and possibly on weekends depending on field availability at other communities and home locations. All divisions are based on age as of January 1, 2017. Shirt Included. League information can be found at www.ipgsa.com. Practices will be at softball fields in Frederick, Firestone and Dacono. Locations and times determined by coaches. Deadline: Feb 26 Late Registration Period: Feb 27 – Mar 5 Late Fee: $95D/$105ND League Dates Fee Locations 8U (Coach Pitch) Apr 3 – Jul 10 $80D/$95ND TBA 10U Apr 3 – Jul 10 $80D/$95ND TBA 12U Apr 3 – Jul 10 $80D/$95ND TBA 14U Apr 3 – Jul 10 $80D/$95ND TBA

YOUTH BASEBALL – AGE 9 - 14

Teams will compete in a league against other Carbon Valley teams, Erie, and/or possibly in the Four Star Baseball League (some traveling is required). Birth certificates are required for this league. All divisions are based on age as of June 1, 2017. Practices begin the week of May 15. League runs through the end of July. Shirt Included. Practices will be at baseball fields in Frederick, Firestone and Dacono. Locations and times determined by coaches. Practices will be at softball fields in Frederick, Firestone and Dacono. Locations and times determined by coaches. Deadline: Apr 2 Late Registration Period: Apr 3 - Apr 10 Late Fee: $95D/$105ND League Dates Fee Locations Pee Wee (9&10) May 15 – Jul 29 $80D/$95ND TBA Junior (11&12) May 15 – Jul 29 $80D/$95ND TBA Senior (13&14) May 15 – Jul 29 $80D/$95ND TBA

COACH PITCH BASEBALL – AGE 7 & 8

Teams play one night per week against other Carbon Valley teams. Eligibility is based on child’s age as of June 1st, 2017. Teams will play approximately 7 games. Practices begin the week of May 22. League runs through the end of July. Shirt Included. Coaches will officiate games. Practices held at baseball fields in Frederick, Firestone and Dacono. Locations and times determined by coaches. No games the week of July 4. Deadline: Apr 2 Late Registration Period: Apr 3 - Apr 10 Late Fee: $80D/$90ND League Day Dates Fee Locations Coach Pitch (7 & 8) Th May 22 – Jul 27 $65D/$80ND Hart Park

COED T-BALL – AGE 5 & 6

Teams play one night per week against other Carbon Valley teams. Eligibility is based on child’s age as of June 1st, 2017. Teams will play approximately 6 games. Practices begin the week of May 22. League runs through the end of July. Shirt included. Practices will be at baseball fields in Frederick, Firestone and Dacono. Locations and times determined by coaches. No games the week of July 4. Deadline: Apr 16 Late Registration Period: Apr 17 – Apr 23 Late Fee: $80D/$90ND League Day Dates Fee Locations Coed T-Ball (5&6) T May 22 - Jul 18 $60D/$75ND TBA

MINI-SLUGGERS BASEBALL – AGE 4 & 5

Instructional five week program to teach the basic skills of softball/baseball. Mini-Sluggers will meet for five instructional practices/games to introduce basic skills and fundamentals. Teams meet for one hour per week on Saturdays where they will practice for thirty minutes and play a 30 minute game. Jersey included. Cleats are recommended. League runs through the end of July. Shirt Included. Practices will be at baseball fields in Frederick, Firestone and Dacono. No games the week of July 4. Deadline: Apr 23 Late Registration Period: Apr 24 - Apr 30 Late Fee: $60D/$75ND League Dates Fee Locations Mini-Sluggers (4&5) Jun 10 - Jul 15 $45D/$60ND TBA

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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 of concerns, please talk to Lynn Matthews, Gymnastics Coordinator 303-833-2765.

UPCOMING REGISTRATION DATES

Registration for Session 1 (Dec 2016-Mar 2017) Priority Registration runs Dec 5-19, 2016 Open Registration starts Dec 20, 2016 Registration for Session 2 (Apr-June 2017) Priority Registration runs Mar 4-18, 2017 Open Registration starts Mar 19, 2017 Registration for Session 3 (July-Sept 2017) Priority Registration runs June 8-22, 2017 Open Registration starts June 23, 2017 Registration for Session 4 (Oct-Dec 2017) Priority Registration runs Aug 31-Sept 14, 2017 Open Registration starts Sept 15, 2017

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

GYMNASTICS POLICIES • Refunds will not be permitted after seven days past a session’s start date • Gymnasts should wear tighter fitting clothing. Leotards are preferred. Preferably no socks, footed tights, clothing with buttons or zippers, and skirts • Hair should be tied back and out of their face for safety purposes • Jewelry, gum and candy are not allowed in the gymnasium • We do not offer make up classes or provide refunds for any missed classes • Classes are canceled ONE WEEK ahead of time if minimum participant requirements are not met • If the weather is severe and requires closure by St Vrain Valley School District, the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District web site will announce the closure of the gymnastics program

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GYMNASTICS

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. Thursday and Friday mornings and the first Saturday of each month. *No Open Gym on June 30, Nov 23, 24, 2017 Dec 21, 22, 28, 29, 2017. Day Time Location Fee Age Th 9:15-10am GC $3D/$5ND Walking to 7 F 10:15-11am GC $3D/$5ND Walking to 7 S 12-12:45pm GC $3D/$5ND Walking to 12 Save a little time and money when you purchase a gymnastics punch pass for Gymnastics Open Gym. Purchase a five-visit pass and get the sixth visit free. Fee: $15D/$20ND

SESSION FEES AND REGISTRATIONS

• Classes run on three month sessions • Once a participant is signed up for the session they are committed through the end of the session • Participants can register during the session if space is available • Priority Registration begins four weeks prior to the start of a new session and is only available to currently enrolled and paid participants. During this time, current clients may re-enroll or change their schedule. General registration for classes and waitlists begins two weeks prior to the start of a new session for new families wishing to register.

PAYMENT OPTIONS

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

TINY TOTS

Ready, set, go! This class is 45 minutes of parent involvement, where children climb up, down, over, under, and through preschool gymnastics equipment all while gaining body control, self-awareness, and strength in a fun and safe learning environment. Children will have circle time, play follow the leader, then enjoy open play where they interact with other toddlers or just explore their surroundings. Children do not need to be potty trained to join this class. Age: 2 Session 1: Jan 2-Mar 27 Session 2: Apr 1-June 24 Session 3: July 6-Sept 27 Session 4: Sept 28-Dec 20 No gymnastics Jan 16, Feb 20, May 29, Sept 4, Nov 20, 2017 Day Time M 9:15-10am

Location GC

Monthly Fee $30D/$35ND

LITTLE EXPLORERS

This class is a step up from the Tiny Tots program (parent-tot). Children learn age appropriate skills by using the balance beams, bars, floor, vault, tumble trak, rings, and parallel bars while learning to follow directions and wait for their turn. Coaches lead children through various obstacle courses and activities to gain self-confidence, body awareness and control. Children do not need to be potty trained to join this class. Age: 3 Session 1: Jan 2-Mar 27 Session 2: Apr 1-June 24 Session 3: July 6-Sept 27 Session 4: Sept 28-Dec 20 No gymnastics Jan 16, Feb 20, May 29, Sept 4, Oct 31, Nov 20, 22-25, 2017 Day Time M 10:15-11 am T 9:15-10 am W 4:15-5 pm W 5:15-6 pm W 6:15-7 pm Th 10:15-11 am F 4:15-5 pm F 5:15-6 pm S 9:15-10 am S 10:15-11 am S 11:15-12 pm

Location GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC

Monthly Fee $33D/$38ND $33D/$38ND $33D/$38ND $33D/$38ND $33D/$38ND $33D/$38ND $33D/$38ND $33D/$38ND $33D/$38ND $33D/$38ND $33D/$38ND

Payment is due at time of registration.

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LITTLE STARS

Give your furniture a rest and get your child’s energy out! Children will build strength, flexibility, and bodyawareness while utilizing gymnastics equipment including the tumble trak and cheese wedge mats. New skills and drills are learned in a fun, safe, and structured learning environment. Children learn to wait their turn, follow directions, and make friends while learning gymnastics fundamentals. Age: 4-5 Session 1: Jan 2-Mar 27 Session 2: Apr 1-June 24 Session 3: July 6-Sept 27 Session 4: Sept 28-Dec 20 No gymnastics Jan 16, Feb 20, May 29, Sept 4, Oct 31, Nov 20, 22-25, 2017 Day Time M 1-1:55pm M 4-4:55pm M 5-5:55pm M 6-6:55pm T 10:15-11:10am T 4-4:55pm T 5-5:55pm T 6-6:55pm W 4-4:55pm W 5-5:55pm W 6-6:55pm Th 10:15-11:10am F 9:15-10:10am F 1-1:55pm F 4-4:55pm F 5-5:55pm S 9-9:55am S 10-10:55am S 11-11:55am

Location GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC

Monthly Fee $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND

Instructor’s Consent Required 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. Age: 5-7 Session 1: Jan 2-Mar 27 Session 2: Apr 1-June 24 Session 3: July 6-Sept 27 Session 4: Sept 28-Dec 20 No gymnastics Jan 16, Feb 20, May 29, Sept 4, Nov 20, 22-23, 2017 Day Time M 2-2:55pm W 6-6:55pm

Location GC GC

Monthly Fee $39D/$44ND $39D/$44ND

6 AND OLDER BOYS LIGHTNING

Learn new skills and drills on the men’s gymnastics equipment and tumble trak. Coaches work with participants to build core strength, body awareness and control, balance, and flexibility. Skills taught are regulated by USAG Boys routines and will prepare children for the Intermediate Boys class. Age: 7+ Session 1: Jan 2-Mar 27 Session 2: Apr 1-June 24 Session 3: July 6-Sept 27 Session 4: Sept 28-Dec 20 No gymnastics Nov 22-24, 2017 Day W W F F

Time 4-4:55pm 5-5:55pm 4-4:55pm 5-5:55pm

Location GC GC GC GC

Monthly Fee $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND

Gymnastics Coach

This position is directly responsible for training, instructing, and coaching the gymnastics team and other recreational gymnastics programs. For more information or to apply visit www.cvprd.com/2155/Jobs.

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GYMNASTICS

ADVANCED LITTLE STARS

4-7 YEARS


GYMNASTICS

NINJA WARRIORS

Jump, kick, tumble and compete in weekly challenges during Ninja Warrior class. This fast-paced class is perfect for high energy athletes with a desire to flip, swing, and climb. Classes will begin with a dynamic warm up and stretch. Then groups will transition into obstacle courses, tumbling circuits, and trampoline development. Class curriculum has been designed to keep athletes excited while developing strength, flexibility, balance and confidence. Coaches will focus on skill development in a quick moving, fun environment. Age: 6-14 Session 1: Jan 2-Mar 27 Session 2: Apr 1-June 24 Session 3: July 6-Sept 27 Session 4: Sept 28-Dec 20 No gymnastics Nov 25, 2017 Day Time S 11:05-12pm

Location GC

Monthly Fee $43D/$48ND

GYMNASTICS FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

This is an introductory gymnastics class designed for children with special needs. Classes will include the basic elements of the floor exercise, balance beam, uneven and parallel bars, vault and trampoline. This fun, non-competitive environment offers an ideal atmosphere for children of all abilities. Children are encouraged to participate and progress at their own ability with the emphasis on overall fitness and coordination. Age: 6-14

BEGINNERS

Build strength and improve flexibility, body awareness, and coordination while learning the fundamentals of gymnastics. Instructors use men’s and women’s equipment to teach skills and drills that prepare students for more advanced level classes. Age: 6+ Session 1: Jan 2-Mar 27 Session 2: Apr 1-June 24 Session 3: July 6-Sept 27 Session 4: Sept 28-Dec 20 No gymnastics Jan 16, Feb 20, May 29, Sept 4, Oct 31, Nov 20, 22-25, 2017 Day M M M T T T W W W Th Th Th F F F S S S

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

Location GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC

Monthly Fee $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND

Session 1: Jan 2-Mar 27 Session 2: Apr 1-June 24 Session 3: July 6-Sept 27 Session 4: Sept 28-Dec 20 No gymnastics Nov 24, 2017 Day F

Time 3-3:55pm

Location GC

Monthly Fee $43D/$48ND

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ADVANCED BEGINNERS

Instructor Consent Required 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. Age: 6+ Session 1: Jan 2-Mar 27 Session 2: Apr 1-June 24 Session 3: July 6-Sept 27 Session 4: Sept 28-Dec 20 No gymnastics Jan 16, Feb 20, May 29, Sept 4, Oct 31, Nov 20, 22-25, 2017 Day M M M T T T W W Th Th Th F F F S S

Time Location 4-4:55p m GC 5-5:55pm GC 6-6:55pm GC 4-4:55pm GC 5-5:55pm GC 6-6:55pm GC 4-4:55pm GC 5-5:55pm GC 4-4:55pm GC 5-5:55pm GC 6-6:55pm GC 2-2:55pm GC 4-4:55pm GC 5-5:55pm GC 9-9:55am GC 10-10:55am GC

Monthly Fee $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND $43D/$48ND

TEAM GYMNASTICS

Gymnasts on the Carbon Valley Gymnastics Team practice on a year-round basis and compete with other recreational teams throughout the state.

Instructor’s Consent Required 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 Advanced skills level class to learn new and intermediate skills. Coaches will focus on teaching primary gymnastics skills to build a firm foundation for progression into the Pre-Team class. Age: 6+ Session 1: Jan 2-Mar 27 Session 2: Apr 1-June 24 Session 3: July 6-Sept 27 Session 4: Sept 28-Dec 20 No gymnastics Oct 31, Nov 22, 2017 Day Time Location Monthly Fee T 4-4:55pm GC $43D/$48ND T 5-5:55pm GC 43D/$48ND T 6-6:55pm GC $43D/$48ND Th 4-4:55pm GC $43D/$48ND Th 5-5:55pm GC $43D/$48ND

BOYS INTERMEDIATES

Instructor’s Consent Required Gymnasts build on skills learned from the basic skills level class to learn new and Intermediate skills on the parallel bars, high bar, pommel horse, mushroom, floor, vault and tumble trak. Participants gain strength, flexibility and balance. Coaches focus on teaching primary gymnastics skills to build a firm foundation for progression into the Boys Team class. Age: 6+ Session 1: Jan 2-Mar 27 Session 2: Apr 1-June 24 Session 3: July 6-Sept 27 Session 4: Sept 28-Dec 20 No gymnastics Nov 22-24, 2017 Day Time W 6-6:55pm

Location GC

Monthly Fee $43D/$48ND

The main competitive season is April - July. Gymnasts must have approval from staff to participate at this level. Leotards are required for girls and fitted shirts and pants/shorts for boys. For more information, contact Lynn Matthews at 303-833-2765 or lmatthews@cvprd.com.

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GYMNASTICS

GIRLS INTERMEDIATES

6 AND OLDER (CONT)


YOUTH PROGRAMS JUNIOR TRAINERS

Children learn how to properly use the weight and cardio equipment in the recreation center, proper weight room etiquette, and basic human anatomy. Participation in the class is required for youth access into the weight and cardio rooms with adult supervision. Age: 10-14 Location: RC Fee: $12D/$22ND Day Time Date W 5:30-7:30 pm Select one of the following dates for training: Jan 4, Jan 18, Feb 1, Feb 15, Mar 1, Mar 15, Apr 5 or Apr 19

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. Extra fees may apply - uniforms, testing, and membership fees. Age: 7+ Location: RC Fee: $49D/$59ND Days & Times: Th 6:45-7:45pm S 10:30-11:30am Session Dates: Jan 5 - 28 Feb 2 - 25 Mar 2- 25 Apr 6 - 27 If you can only attend Thursday or only Sundays the fee will be $37D/$47ND per session.

BABYSITTER BOOTCAMP

Participants learn proper babysitting business practices, feeding, diapering, emergency recognition and response, basic first aid, and much more. Students will receive a card endorsed by the American Red Cross for babysitter training. Please bring a sack lunch and a snack. Age: 11-16 Location: SC Day Date Time Fee S Mar 4 8:30am-4pm $90D/$100ND

3RD ANNUAL DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE

Dance the night away with the little girl in your life at third annual Daddy Daughter Dance. Join us for a fun-filled evening of dancing and light refreshments. Our live DJ plays the best dance hits from every era. Age: 3-15 Location: Gymnastic Center Day Date Time Fee F Feb 17 6:30-8:30pm $10pp $15pp at the door

SPRING BREAK SCHOOL’S OUT

Themed activities will get your kids up and moving during spring break. Participants spend time doing crafts, organized physical activities, and open swim in the pool. Age: 7-13 Location: RC Day Date Time Fee M Mar 27 7:30am-6pm $35D/$40ND W Mar 29 7:30am-6pm $35D/$40ND F Mar 31 7:30am-6pm $35D/$40ND

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Tuesday

Thursday

9:15-9:45am

Toddlers & Tutus

3-3:30pm

Toddlers & Tutus

9:4510:30am

Level 1

3:30-4:15pm

Level 1

10:3011:15am

Level 2

4:15-5pm

Level 2

4-4:45pm

Level 1

5-5:45pm

Level 3/ Beginning Youth

4:45-5:30pm

Level 2

5:45-6:30pm

Level 2

5:50-6:35pm

Level 3

6:35-7:20pm

Level 4

Toddlers and Tutus............................................................$40 Students will love dancing to their favorite music while learning 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. Level I...............................................................................$45 Learn ballet and tap while focusing on technique, rhythm, and expressive movements. Level II..............................................................................$45 Ballet and tape are taught each week with a focus on longer and gradually more difficult combinations to challenge the child in technique, focus, and balance. Level III.............................................................................$45 This class will build upon Level 2 class ballet and tap curriculum each week with more difficult combinations to challenge the child in technique, focus, balance, and movement (instructor recommendation required). Level IV.............................................................................$45 This class builds upon the Level 3 class ballet and tap curriculum each week with more difficult combinations to challenge the child in technique, focus, balance, and movement. Beginning Youth................................................................$45 Students are taught beginning dance with students their own age. This class incorporates beginning ballet and tap each week with a focus on learning combinations and choreography. Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District | Spring 2017 Activity Guide | Page 17

YOUTH PROGRAMS

LEGACY SCHOOL OF DANCE

Join instructors Alex Wittler and AdriElle Hupp of Legacy School of Dance as they introduce the basics of dance. Attire for Class: Any leotard or dance costume with tights. Proper dance shoes not required. Please visit Legacy School of Dance’s Facebook page for schedules and additional information. www.facebook.com/LegacySchoolofDanceCO Age: 2-6 Location: RC Registration Deadlines (registration closes 12/1/16)


AQUATICS POOL RULES All rules are subject to change at the discretion of the pool staff. Please see Lifeguards, Head Lifeguards or Aquatics Specialists for more detailed rule description. • No swimming without a lifeguard on duty • Shower before entering the pool • Appropriate swimwear is required (dark shirts and sport shorts are okay if a swimsuit is underneath) • Children 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 is only allowed in 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 13 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.

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AQUATICS

CARBON VALLEY LEARN TO SWIM PROGRAM

Program Overview: Our American Red Cross based swim program creates an ideal environment to learn the fundamentals of water safety as well as stroke development and refinement. Participants will be given a report card to track their progress and indicate if they are ready to pass on to the next level. Proper swim attire is required, no additional clothing (rash-guards are okay) as this inhibits proper movement when learning to swim. Make-up classes will not be offered unless Carbon Valley Aquatics has to cancel a class day. No refunds will be given after the first three classes. Swim lesson fees do not include admission to the pool. NO SWIM LESSONS DURING THE WEEK OF MARCH 27 - APRIL 1.


AQAUTICS

GROUP SWIMMING LESSONS Parent & Child.............6 months-3 years Introduce children to water and teach them basic water skills. The main goal is to teach water adjustment in a fun and positive way. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 3 Maximum: 10 PRESCHOOL CLASSES Starfish...................................3-5 years Water adjustment and learning how to float, glide, blow bubbles and go under water 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 SCHOOL-AGE CHOOL-AGE CLASSES Turtle......................................3-5 years Children learn to float and glide on their own, how to tread water, and begin to learn basic swimming on their front and back. Prerequisite: Comfortable going under water, can blow bubbles through their mouth and nose, and able to float and glide with assistance. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 4

Level 4....................................5-17 years Further develop technique and endurance for all strokes, begin to learn butterfly, open-turns, and flip turns. Prerequisite: Swim at least 15 yards of both front crawl and back crawl, 25 yards of elementary backstroke, demonstrate basic breaststroke, and tread water for 30 seconds. Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6

Stroke Clinic............................5-17 years Continue stroke technique and endurance training as well as mastery of all strokes, flip turns, and start dives. Readies children for swim team. SCHOOL-AGE CLASSES Prerequisite: Swim at least 25 yards of Level 1..................................5-17 years both front crawl and back crawl, 15 yards of breaststroke, 15 yards of butterfly, Water adjustment and learning how to perform all dives and open turns, and float, glide, blow bubbles and go under tread water for one minute. water independently, as well as treading Class Length: 45 minutes water. Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6 Prerequisite: Child must be ready to participate in a group setting. HOMESCHOOL CLASSES Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6 Beginner.................................5-17 years

Level 2..................................5-17 years Reinforces independence with floats and glides, and begin to learn front crawl, back crawl, and elementary backstroke as well Seal........................................3-5 years as dives. Prerequisite: Comfortable going under Develop front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke, and start learning water, can blow bubbles through mouth breaststroke and dolphin kick as well as and nose, and able to float and glide on their own. dives. Class Length: 30 minutes Prerequisite: Go under water, float, and glide, make progress swimming on Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6 front and back, and tread water for 15 Level 3..................................5-17 years seconds. Further develop all strokes, especially Class Length: 30 minutes side-breathing, and introduces the Minimum: 2 Maximum: 4 breaststroke, dolphin kick, and more advanced dives. Prerequisite: Swim at least 10 yards of both front crawl and back crawl, 10 yards of elementary backstroke, and tread water for 15 seconds. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6

Accommodates homeschooled groups of 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 participating in a group setting. Class Length: 30 minutes Minimum: 2 Maximum: 6

Intermediate..........................5-17 years Accommodates homeschooled groups of 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 under water, 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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SWIM LESSONS

LEVEL OF INSTRUCTION Master Instructor 5+ years experience Senior Instructor 3-5 years experience Junior Instructor 0-2 years experience

FIVE PUNCH PASS 10% savings

10 PUNCH PASS 20% savings

TYPE

ONE LESSON

Private

$32

$144

$256

Semi-Private

$27

$121.50

$216

Private

$26

$117

$208

Semi-Private

$21

$94.50

$168

Private

$20

$90

$160

Semi-Private

$15

$67.50

$120

• Please call the Aquatics Department at 303-833-3660 ext. 113 for specific instructor information and qualifications. • Fill out a private lesson request form online at http:// www.digiquatics.com/account/8/private_lessons/new. • Private is a one participant to one instructor ratio and semi-private is a two participants to one instructor ratio.

• A single session is 30 minutes in length and the fee is charged per participant, per session. • CVPRD will do its best to provide all levels of instruction; however all levels of instruction may not always be available. • A cancellation fee of $20 is charged for cancellations made without providing more than 24 hours notice to the instructor.

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PRIVATE LESSON INSTRUCTOR RATES


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AQUA FITNESS CLASSES All classes, with the exception of RiverXtreme on Saturday, are an hour long. Fees for most classes are included with daily admission or membership. Youth 10-13 years old must be accompanied by an adult/guardian to attend classes. Participation also at the discretion of the instructor. Classes are subject to change/ cancellation at the discretion of the Aquatics Department. Child care is available in KidZone for your convenience.

Aqua 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 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.

Circuit

Circuit training is one of the most effective forms of training. Learn how to build 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, challenging workout. The focus is on core strength and stability. Swimming skills and/or a floatation belt are required.

H2O 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.

RiverXtreme

High-intensity pace; build lean muscles and lose body fat. Swimming skills combined are with strength conditioning and endurance training. Movement is with and against current. Carbon Valley Recreation District

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All classes, with the exception of RiverXtreme on Saturday, are an hour long. Fees for most classes are included in your daily admission or membership Youth 10-13 years old must be accompanied by an adult/guardian to attend classes and at the discretion of the instructor. Classes are subject to change/cancellation at the discretion of the Aquatics Department. KidZone is available for your convenience.

BE A HERO! BECOME A LIFEGUARD American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification courses are offered at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. For upcoming course information, see page 30. Contact Kathy Lind at klind@cvprd.com or 303-833.3660 ext. 114. Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District | Spring 2017 Activity Guide | page 23

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AQUA FITNESS CLASS SCHEDULE


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Lap Pool

LAP POOL SCHEDULE SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

ADULT LAP SWIM ONLY 5:30-8am

ADULT LAP SWIM ONLY 5:30-8am

(2-4 lanes available)

POOL CLOSED Aqua Fitness 8-10am Swim Lessons 9-11:30am

ADULT LAP SWIM ONLY 10am-12pm

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

(2-4 lanes available)

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

(2-4 lanes available)

Aqua Fitness 8-10am

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

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

ADULT LAP SWIM ONLY 5:30-8am

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)

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

OPEN SWIM 10am-4:30pm OPEN SWIM 11:30am4:45pm

(1-2 lanes available)

(1-2 lanes available)

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

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

POOL CLOSED

(December-April)

(2-4 lanes available)

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

OPEN SWIM 10am-4:30pm OPEN SWIM 11:30am4:45pm

(1-2 lanes available)

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

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

Swim Lessons 4:30-7pm Swim Team 4:30-6:45pm (0-1 lanes available) POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

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

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

Swim Lessons 4:30-7pm Swim Team 4:30-6:45pm (0-1 lanes available) POOL AND ALL AMENITIES CLOSED ADULT SWIM ONLY

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

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

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)

POOL CLOSED

(2-4 lanes available)

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

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

(1-2 lanes available)

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

(1-2 lanes available)

(2-4 lanes available)

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 call 303-833-3660. Lap lane availability will be limited during swim lessons and swim team times. Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District | Spring 2017 Activity Guide | page 24 Pool schedules  are  subject  to  change  at  any  time!  For  the  most  current  schedule  please  see  the  website  or  contact   the  front  desk.  *Lap  lane  availability  will  be  limited  during  swim  lessons  and  swim  team  times.*  


When swim lessons are not in session, open swim will begin at 10 am and continue until the facility is closed. Register for swimming lessons at www.cvprd.com. Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District | Spring 2017 Activity Guide | page 25

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ACTIVITY AND SLIDE POOL SCHEDULE


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Lifeguard Readiness Course

This class is designed for those interested in becoming a lifeguard, but are not ready to complete the prerequisite swimming skills. Under the direction of a certified lifeguard instructor, participants will learn or refine the swimming skills necessary to participate in an American Red Cross Lifeguarding course. Classes are 45 minutes long and run once per week for four weeks. Participants will work toward the following goals: •

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

Swim 20-yards, dive down 7-10 feet, retrieve a 10-pound brick and bring it back to the surface. Then swim the brick back to the starting point keeping both hands on the brick and the face out of the water. All in less than 1 minute 40 seconds.

Two minutes of continuous treading water without using arms.

Dates: February 13, 15, 20, 22, 27 and March 1 Times: 4:30 pm - 5:15 pm Registration: Jan 15 - Feb 5 Fees: $25D/$30ND Min: 3 Max: 10

Lifeguard Training-Blended Learning

This American Red Cross course provides a generalized view of lifeguarding skills and practices. All course material along with CPR/AED/First Aid for the Professional Rescuer is included. As a blended learning course, a portion of the class will be administered online. The in-class portion will include skills practice as well as a practical and written exam. All participants must provide a valid email address at registration. Prerequisites: 15 years of age by the first class; 300 yard continuous swim using freestyle, breaststroke or the combination of the two; swim 20 yards, dive down 7-10 feet, retrieve 10-pound brick and bring it back to starting point on your back with both hands on brick and face out of water (all in less than one minute 40 seconds; two minutes of continuous treading water without using arms. Registration: October 17 - November 13 In-Class Meeting Dates: March 27-30 Times: 8 am - 3 pm Registration: February 20 - March 19 Fees: $165D/$175ND Min: 3 Max: 10

Colorado Swim Academy

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, selfdiscipline, 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 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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FITNESS AND WELLNESS WEIGHT AND CARDIO ROOM ORIENTATIONS Are you unsure how machines in the weight and cardio rooms work or how to set up a machine to use it? CVPRD fitness staff can provide you with a walk-through of the weight room to give you a better understanding of the setup and how to properly position yourself on the machines. While this orientation will help familiarize yourself with the fitness equipment, it will not provide an exercise plan for you. To obtain a personalized workout plan, please see the personal training page. For more information or to schedule a weight room orientation, please call 303-833-3660 x 107. Age: 15+ Location: RC Fee: $10D/$20 ND

BODY COMPOSITION ASSESSMENTS Measuring your baseline and monitoring your body composition are essential in maintaining health, athletic performance, and physical appearance. Using state-of-the-art equipment, CVPRD fitness staff will assess body fat, lean muscle, and body mass. To schedule an appointment call 303-833-3660 ext. 107. Age: 12+ Fee: $12D/$22ND

INTRO TO INVERSIONS WORKSHOP Join Shannon Dome and Barb Eschels in our brand new yoga workshop series. Shannon and Barb will help you strengthen and deepen your yoga practice. Alignment, props, arm balances and inversions, and an intro to Yin Yoga will be workshop topics. There will be a series of four workshops that are 90 minutes. Workshops held at the recreation center. Fee: $70D/$80ND (whole workshop) $20D/30ND per day Day Date Time S March 4, March 18 1-2:30 pm April 8, April 22

WOMEN ON WEIGHTS Taught by certified personal trainer and group exercise instructor Lucille Dunn, this introductory weight lifting class is designed to empower women to lift weights and transform their bodies.  The goal of WOW is to assist women in improving posture, increasing strength, and losing body mass. You’ll see a big transformation to your body. Call 303-833-3660 ext. 107 for more details. Day: Thursdays Fee: $60D/$70ND Dates & Time: Session 1: January 12-February 16 Session 2: April 6-May 11 Time: 5:30-6:30 pm

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FITNESS & WELLNESS

FITNESS CLASSES 30 Minute HIIT

This high intensity interval training class concentrates on using body weight exercises to get you toned, fit, and conditioned in 30 short minutes! Monday I Wednesday I Friday 12 pm

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. Monday 5 pm Wednesday 6 pm Tuesday | Thursday 8 am

Challenge Cardio Sculpt

This class combines both the cardio and total body sculpting classes for a fun 30-minute high to low cardio workout followed by a 30-minute muscle conditioning portion. Knock out two different workouts in one class! Monday 7:05 pm

Indoor Cycle

Tai Chi

Gentle moving poses and low impact exercises that help build a healthy spirit, mind, and body. Tuesday I Wedneday | Thursday 11:30 am Thursday 10:30 am

Stretch & Flex

Uses various dance elements and strength exercises for a fun and challenging workout for all fitness levels. Wednesday 8:30 am

Technique, power, and endurance training for all levels of cyclists and fitness enthusiasts. Monday 6 pm I Wednesday 5:35 am Silver Sneakers Classic Saturday 9:30 am Incorporates free weights, elastic bands, Boot Camp medicine balls, and other exercise High intensity exercise class designed to Insane Intervals increase strength, speed, and muscular This cardio based class combines elements equipment to help keep you active and strong! endurance for all fitness levels. of max interval training using athletic and Monday I Wednesday | Friday 10:15 am Tuesday 5:35 am I Thursday 5:35 am plyometric drills to increase speed, agility,

Build & Carve

Work all major muscle groups in this wellrounded sculpting class. Hand weights, bars, TRX, kettlebells and balls are all incorporated in this class. Build the muscle and carve away the excess while focusing on strength, intervals, and core. Tuesday 6 pm

strength, and endurance. Intended for all levels of fitness enthusiasts! Tuesday I Thursday 7:05 pm

Interval

You’re on the clock! Improve strength, stamina, and agility by incorporating all muscle groups to get in shape fast! Tuesday I Thursday 9:30 am

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, you’ll work hard and have fun! Saturday 8:10 am

Zumba

Fuses Latin dance rhythms and movements to provide a fun and enthusiastic workout. Cycle Power New! Balance and Flow Cycling and strength training wrapped This class is an integrative vinyasa yoga based No dance experience required! Monday I Wednesday 7:15 pm class. It will involve heat building flows with into one work out that will surely get Saturday 8:15 am strength and flexibility. you sweating. Monday 5:35 am I Wednesday 6 pm Friday 8 am

Gentle Yoga

Low impact class perfect for the new or beginning yogi looking for a peaceful and relaxing experience. Tuesday I Thursday 10:15 am

New! Align n Flow

This class is designed for all levels of yoga students. The beginner will learn the Become stronger, leaner, and more toned fundamentals of good alignment in a yoga with complete body and core exercises. practice; while the advanced student will be Friday 8:30 am able to refine and deepen their practice by focusing on alignment. Come and join us for a slow flow class. Tuesday 7:30 pm

Strength & Tone

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60 MINUTE SESSIONS Number of Sessions

Price

% Discount

1

$50

0%

6

$270

10%

12

$510

15%

24

$900

25%

COUPLE TRAINING SESSIONS 60 MINUTES Two individuals, price per group Number of Sessions

Price

% Discount

1

$60 per group

0%

6

$345 per group

10%

12

$612 per group

15%

PERSONAL TRAINING FAQS

Do you have personal trainers at Carbon Valley Recreation Center? Yes! We only hire the best. All of our trainers are nationally accredited through major organizations such as NASM, AFAA, ACE, AAAI, and many more. These highly trained and skilled individuals will use their knowledge and experience to get you on the right track to reach your goals. How do I set up an appointment with a personal trainer? To set up an appointment with a personal trainer simply fill out an personal training intake form at the recreation center or online. Once you turn in the intake form, the Fitness and Wellness Coordinator will pass along your information to our certified personal trainers. After checking your preferences and availability, a trainer will contact you to set up your first session. It’s just that easy! Personal training sessions must be booked at least 48 hours in advance.

What are the personal trainer’s specialties/ qualifications? Each trainer is different and has a variety of specializations 24 $1080 per group 25% and skills. We’ll do our best to connect you with the Please note that outside personal training is strictly prohibited trainer that is the best fit for you. All CVPRD trainers are nationally certified and required to hold CPR/First Aid/AED certifications.

BENEFITS OF PERSONAL TRAINING AT CVPRD

Flexible scheduling

Personalized workout programs

Improve balance, strength, and coordination

Help prevent future injuries

Improve overall fitness

Trainers can assist in developing healthy, lifelong habits

Accountability to help keep you on track with your fitness goals

Affordable packages and pricing for every fitness level

HEATHER FRANK PERSONAL TRAINER

FITNESS CERTIFICATIONS

NASM Personal Training Certification NASM Group Personal Training Specialist

FITNESS PHILOSOPHY I believe that fitness is so much bigger than making you look good. Fitness has the potential to improve not only your health and well-being but also your quality of life and most importantly your self-esteem. I am committed to helping others reach their goals and live a happy, healthy life. I also have a strong belief that health and fitness can be a fun, positive addition to any person’s life.

HOBBIES AND PASTIMES My hobbies include lifting weights, yoga and spending time with my family. I am a huge advocate for Pit Bulls and hope to someday be able to combine my love for fitness and my passion for helping animals.

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FITNESS & WELLNESS

PERSONAL TRAINING


FITNESS & WELLNESS

Bamboo Fusion Massage

Bamboo Fusion Massage combines the techniques of Swedish massage with the benefits of relaxing,s oothing heat. Warm pieces of handcrafted bamboo of different shapes and sizes glide smoothly over the body rolling and kneading away aches and pains from the stress and repetitive movements. 24 hour notice is required for this massage. LMT: Laura Gould

Cranial Sacral Therapy (CST)

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

Massage

Theraputic Swedish Massage

Benefits include but are not limited to: •

Improved circulation

Lowering blood pressure

Improving flexibility and range of motion

Headache relief

Decreasing stress, anxiety, and fatigue

Increasing immunity, energy, and concentration

Improving sleep quality

Helping athletes in training

Rates

30 minutes 60 minutes 90 minutes 60 minutes 90 minutes

$5

OFF

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 Hot Stone Massage incporporates 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. LMT: Laura Gould, Kellyanne Klink

Deep Tissue Massage

$45D/$55ND $75D/$80ND

First massage from Laura or Kellyanne at Carbon Valley Recreation Center

www.cvprd.com I 303.833.3660

Injury Massage

Hot Stone Massage

$30D/$35ND $60D/$70 ND $80D/$90ND

Senior Rates

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 lymphnodes 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

Expires 12/31/17

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

Trigger Point Release Massage

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: Laura Gould, Kellyanne Klink

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AC T I V E A D U LT

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

P RO G R A M S

ANNUAL SENIOR CENTER MEMBERSHIP

MISSION

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. Age: 55+ Annual Fees: $50D/$70ND

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

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

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Volunteers make great things happen at the Senior Center! We work with RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) to track volunteer hours using a recording sheet which is • Discounted Wednesday Lunch fees available at the Senior Center. Whether answering phones, • Exercise and health education opportunities making newcomers feel welcome, reaching out to absent • Meeting mature and fun folks 55 and older in a friendly, SilverSneaker® members, participating on the Senior Advisory Team, or checking in lunch guests, our volunteers are the rock safe, and social setting solid foundation of our successful program. • Volunteer opportunities Call 303-833-2739 today to see how you can get involved. • No cost to use items from the loan closet

REFUND/CREDIT POLICY

Program refunds and credits will follow the department refund/credit policy listed on page 40. The senior trip refund/credit policy is listed in the Senior Trip section on page 37.

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ACTIVE ADULT PROGRAMS

ACTIVE ADULT/SENIOR TEAM ADVISORY COMMITTEE

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

DROP IN PROGRAMS ADULT COLORING BOOK TIME

It’s time to feel like a kid again! Bring an adult coloring book and your colors and join the group for coloring and conversation. Coloring time is every Thursday of the month at 1 pm at the Senior Center.

DOMINOES

Everyone is welcome to play dominoes with us on Wednesday’s after lunch at 1pm, we’ll give a refresher and have tons of fun!

SERVICE PROGRAMS ANGEL PROGRAM

More than 1,000 seniors are served by the Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District each year. Educational classes, excursions, lunch programs, and medical check-ups are just a few of the many programs offered by CVPRD but not everyone can afford to take advantage of these offerings. The CVPRD Angel Program allows generous members of the community to donate to those in need. Examples of Angel gifts include sponsoring a senior membership, funding a senior trip, and more. If you would like to be an Angel or are in need of an Angel, contact Alex Fassler at 303-833-2739. The Angel Program is confidential.

BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS

LOAN CLOSET

Join us the third Wednesday of the Participants age 60 and older and month at 11:45 am to keep up on caregivers of persons age 60 and older your heart stats. Emergency Medical are welcome to check out equipment Technicians (EMT’s) are available to check from the Senior Center Loan Closet your blood pressure at the for personal use at home for up to two Active Adult/Senior Center. months. Equipment includes wheelchairs, walkers, canes, crutches and shower benches. When equipment is returned, CHAIR MASSAGE it is inspected for wear and sanitized.  Chair massages by Laura Gould, LMT, All donations are welcome. Age: All are available at the Active Adult/ Senior Center the second and fourth Wednesday of the month from 10:30LUNCH PROGRAM noon. Fee: $4 per 10 minute massage.

FRIENDLY FORK WELD COUNTY LUNCH

The Weld County Senior Nutrition Program provides nutritious and delicious lunches for seniors every Tuesday and Thursday from 12-1 pm at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. The Senior Nutrition Program strives to provide a meal that is 33 1/3 percent of the daily recommended dietary allowance. For more information or to view the menu, visit www.weldaaa.org. Age: 60 and older Registration and Cancellation Deadline Registration required by 11 am the day before the lunch. To register call 303-833-3660. Suggested donation of $3.

LUNCH WITH A LIBRARIAN

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

WEDNESDAY LUNCHES

Join us at the Active Adult/Senior Center every Wednesday from 12-1 pm for a delicious catered lunch from various restaurants. The menu is posted at www.cvprd.com and the Senior Center. Birthdays and anniversaries are celebrated the first Wednesday of the month. Enjoy visiting with participants during lunch and stay to play games afterward. Age: All Registration and Cancellation Deadline Registration is required by noon the day before the lunch. Fee: $7SCM $8D/$10ND for non-members

LOCATION CODES

SC = Senior Center RC = Recreation Center AD = Administration Building

FEE DESCRIPTION CODES

SCM = Senior Center Member SS = Silver Sneakers Member D = District ND = Non-District

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SILVERSNEAKERS® FITNESS ORIENTATIONS

Join us for a guided tour through the Carbon Valley Recreation Center to learn how to use the cardio and equipment for a complete total body workout. Register at the CVPRD front desk. Free for SilverSneakers® members. Day Date Time Location Th Jan 5 2-3 pm RC Th Feb 2 2-3 pm RC Th Mar 2 2-3 pm RC Th Apr 6 2-3 pm RC

SILVER SNEAKERS® COFFEE/JUICE BAR

Make a few new friends and orient yourself with the Carbon Valley Recreation Center. Friendly conversation, coffee, juice, fresh fruit and pastries await you. Come in, swipe your eligible card, and start taking advantage of your SilverSneakers® benefits! Existing and Healthways offers a number of older new SilverSneakers® participants are adult programs including the SilverSwelcome. Free to Silver Sneakers neakers® Fitness program and members and recreation pass holders. SilverSneakers® Private Brand program Age: 55 and older (“SilverSneakers®”). SilverSneakers® is Day Date Time Location the nation’s leading exercise program SILVER SNEAKERS® CLASSIC designed exclusively for Medicare-eligible Have fun and move to the music F Jan 27 8-11 am RC adults. The program offers physical F Feb 24 8-11 am RC while doing a variety of exercises activity, health education, social events, F Mar 31 8-11 am RC designed to increase muscular strength, helps reduce health care costs driven by F Apr 28 8-11 am RC range of motion and activities for daily the physical and mental effects of aging, living. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing TAI CHI and physician/hospital visits. with handle and a SilverSneakers® ball The gentle moving poses of Tai Chi help are offered for resistance. A chair is build a healthy mind, body, and spirit. As a contracted provider, CVPRD offers available for seated or standing support. This low impact class moves through amenities such as fitness equipment, Age: 55 and older a variety of full body exercise and will treadmills, free weights, and signature Location leave you feeling refreshed. SilverSneakers® classes, which are designed Day Time Age: 55 and older specifically for older adults and taught by MWF 10:15-11 am RC Free to SS and pass holders. certified instructors. Visit SilverSneakers. Free to SS and pass holders. Drop-in rate for non-members. Drop-in rate for non-members. com to find out if you are eligible. Day Time Location TWTh 11:30-12:30 pm RC SILVERSNEAKERS® NEW SILVERSNEAKERS® SPLASH Th 10:30-11:30 am SC MEMBER MEETING Activate your urge for variety! Splash Free to SS and pass holders. Meet your SilverSneakers® Advisor and offers fun, shallow water movement learn about the many benefits of your Drop-in rate for non-members. to improve agility and flexibility while SilverSneakers® membership and fitness addressing cardiovascular, strength and classes offered. Register at the CVPRD endurance conditioning. No swimming HEALTHY HEARTS WALKING PROGRAM front desk. ability required. A SilverSneakers® January 17-March 23 Day Date Time Location kickboard or other aquatic equipment is 9 am 10 am T Jan 3 2-3 pm RC used to improve strength, balance and Join us at the Carbon Valley T Feb 7 2-3 pm RC coordination. Age: 55 and older Recreation Center for the continuation T Mar 7 2-3 pm RC Free to SS and Pass holders. Drop-in rate of the Healthy Hearts Walking Program. T Apr 4 2-3 pm RC for non-members. The program includes a warm-up, Day Time Location stretch, and walk on the track. Staff are M 9-10 am RC Pool on site and available for assistance. A Free to SS and pass holders. party is held at the end of the session Drop-in rate for non-members. to celebrate the succesful completion of the program. No registration required. For more information call 303-833-2739. Fee: SS members/Pass holders .........Free Senior Center members.................$1 Non-members................................$2 Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District | Spring 2017 Activity Guide | page 33

ACTIVE ADULT PROGRAMS

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ACTIVE ADULT PROGRAMS

ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS WILL MAKING SEMINAR

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, with the help of licensed attorney, Rebecca L. Bennetti and her staff. Cost includes all materials, witnessing, notarizing, individual review, and plenty of time for discussion and questions. Participants do not need to bring anything to class. Cost is per person. Age: 18+ Day Date Time Location Fee Sa Feb 18 12:30-3:30 pm RC $125D/$150ND Th Apr 6 5:30-8:30 pm RC $125D/$150ND

EASY PAINTING CLASSES!

We invite you to a fun afternoon of acrylic painting on canvas. All materials are included. Artist Tami will give step-by-step instructions and demonstrate how to create a beautiful painting to take home with you. Sign up today! Age: 18 and older Day Date Time Location Fee F Feb 10 3-4:30 pm SC $19SCM / $20D / $23ND Th Apr 20 3-4:30 pm SC $19SCM / $20D / $23ND

February Painting

April Painting

COUNTRY DANCING

Get ready for the Country dance floor! We’ll be learning the basics for Texas Two-Step and Triple Step. How to lead and follow. In addition, we’ll be learning a couples line dance, like Cowboy Cha-Cha, so grab your boots and come join us. Day Date Time Location Fee W Jan 25 - Feb 14 6:30-7:30 pm RC $40D/$46ND

BALLROOM DANCING

This class will consist of the three smooth dances: the Waltz, Fox Trot, and Tango. All of these dances travel and utilize the whole dance floor. They all have a different style and appearance. The Waltz is done with a nice rise and fall movement to flow around the dance floor. The Fox Trot can be done to a wide variety of music: Big Band, Country, and soft progressive styles. The Tango is associated more with romance. It is done in patterns that coincide with the phrases in the music, making it easier to stay on time. Day Date Time Location Fee W Jan 25 - Feb 14 7:30-8:30 pm RC $40D/$46ND

AARP SMART DRIVER COURSE

The AARP Smart Driver Course teaches valuable defensive driving strategies and provides a refresher of the rules of the road. The course has helped more than 15 million drivers learn research-based tips to adapt their driving to compensate for physical and cognitive changes that may occur with aging. Plus, you may qualify for a multi-year automobile insurance discount by completing the course (check with your auto insurance carrier for details). Payable by check only to AARP. Pre-registration is recommended. Payment due to the instructor on the first day of class. $15 per person for AARP members or $20 for non-members of AARP. Age: 50+ Day Date Time Location W Jan 11 1-5:30 pm RC W Mar 8 1-5:30 pm RC

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BE WELL WITH DIABETES

Become a better self-manager of your diabetes! Learn to APPLY the knowledge you already know such as reading nutrition labels and healthy eating, preventing low blood sugar, developing an exercise program, problem-solving, and setting achievable goals. Workshop meets once a week for 6 weeks at the Administrative Building (320 Maple Street). Registration required by calling Whitney at 970-346-6950 x 6117. Day Date Time Location Fee W Jan 11-Feb 15 9-11:30 am AB Free

ID THEFT AND SCAMS: HOW CAN YOU PROTECT YOURSELF?

Why shouldn’t you answer a phone call from area code 876? Find out why at this Identity Theft Prevention workshop hosted by Humana. Learn about the top scams to watch out for, get tips for protecting yourself, and learn what to do if you become a victim. Day Date Time Location Fee Th Jan 26 1-2 pm RC Free

HEALTHY LIVING FOR YOUR BRAIN AND BODY

For centuries, we’ve known that the health of the brain and the body are connected. But now, science provides insights into how to optimize our physical and cognitive health as we age. Learn about research in the areas of diet and nutrition, exercise, cognitive activity, and social engagement. Use hands-on tools to help incorporate these recommendations into a plan for healthy aging. This class is intended for those without memory loss. If you are concerned about yourself or a loved one, please contact the Alzheimer’s Association. Day Date Time Location Fee W Jan 25 1 pm SC Free

THE BASICS: MEMORY LOSS, DEMENTIA & ALZHEIMER’S

Alzheimer’s disease is not a normal part of aging. If you or someone you know is affected by Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, it’s time to learn the facts. This program provides information on detection, possible causes and risk factors, stages of the disease, treatment, and much more. Day Date Time Location Fee W Mar 15 1 pm SC Free

TRIPS TRIP AND ACTIVITY POLICIES

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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 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.

EXTENDED TRIPS Trips planned for 2017 • Peach Festival and Grand Junction - August • See the Active Adult/Senior Coordinator for more information

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TRIP EXERTION CHART

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

JANUARY TRIPS NEW BELGIUM FORT COLLINS TOUR AND BEAU JO’S (5)

Start the day off with lunch at Beau Jo’s in Ft. Collins then tour the new Belgium Brewery, known for the best micro-brews in Colorado. You’ll see how the company and brewery operates and get to taste their amazing beer. There is a lot of walking on this tour. Don’t forget your ID. Fee includes transportation, escort, and tour. Lunch, drinks and tip on your own. Day Date Time Location Fee T Jan 3 10:30 am-3:30 pm SC $10SCM/$12D/$15ND

SNOWSHOE AT ELDORA (5)

Eldora Mountain Resort’s Nordic Center provides a scenic setting for snowshoers of all abilities. Their trails cross beautiful alpine clearings and pass through peaceful forests. After a fun day in the snow and sun enjoy lunch at The Lodge at the base of Eldora Mountain. Fee includes trail pass, escort, and transportation. Lunch is on your own. Snowshoe rentals are available for $20 on site. Day Date Time Location Fee T Jan 17 8:30 am-3 pm SC $20SCM/$22D/$25ND

NATIONAL WESTERN STOCK SHOW (4)

A nationally recognized western heritage and entertainment event, the stock show hosts one of the world’s richest regular season professional rodeos, one of the country’s largest horse shows, and Colorado’s largest western trade show, attracting attendance numbers over 650,000 visitors each year. Fee includes: transportation, admission and escort. Lunch is on your own. Day Date Time Location Fee Th Jan 19 9:15 am - 3 pm SC $25 SCM/$27D/$30N

MUSEUM OF NATURE & SCIENCE AND IMAX (3)

Travel to the museum in Denver and watch a film on the gigantic IMAX screen. There will be time to see the museum and enjoy lunch at the museum’s café. Fee includes transportation, admission and escort. Lunch is on your own. Day Date Time Location Fee M Jan 23 9:15 am - 2 pm SC $20SCM/$22D/$25ND

MARDI GRAS CASINO (3)

SUPPER CLUB - WHITE FENCE FARM (2)

Join us for wonderful Farm Fresh, Homestyle food. White Fence Farm is not only known for its great food, but for its beautiful grounds and attractions such as the Americana Barn Gift Shop, Granny’s Old Time Fudge Shop, Live Entertainment, and OK Corral animal petting area. Fee includes transportation. Dinner, drinks, and tip on your own. Day Date Time Location Fee F Jan 13 3:30-7 pm SC $22SCM/$24D/$26ND

Feeling lucky? Sit back and relax as you are comfortably taken to the Mardi Gras Casino in Blackhawk. The casino package includes $10 food credit, $5 free play on card, and free drinks while gambling. A player’s card must be used to earn and receive the package. You must be 21 or older to go on the trip. Meals are on your own. Fee includes transportation. Registration Deadline: January 16. Day Date Time Location Fee M Jan 30 8 am -4:30 pm SC $4SCM/$5D/$9ND

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FEBRUARY TRIPS BRECKENRIDGE SNOW SCULPTURES (5)

Teams of snow artists from around the world converge on Breckenridge every January for the Breckenridge International Snow Sculpture Championships. Using only hand tools, teams intricately carve 12-foot-tall, 20-ton blocks of snow into selfstanding masterpieces in just 65 hours. You’ll learn about the process of snow sculpting, how the teams came to be, where their design inspiration comes from, and more. Don’t miss seeing this world-class event in person. Fee includes transportation, admission and escort. Lunch is on your own. Day Date T ime Location Fee Th Feb 2 10 am - 5 pm SC $12SCM/$14D/$17ND

HAMMONDS CANDY FACTORY (4)

Ever wonder how candy canes or other hard candies get their stripes? At Hammond’s, the oldest candy factory in our area, you’ll see how hard candy has been made by hand since the 1920s and try some free samples. This is the perfect time to stock up on candy for your Valentines. After the tour, venture through the gift shop then head to lunch at Cinzetti’s in Northglenn. Fee includes transportation, admission, and escort. Lunch cost is on your own. Day Date Time Location Fee M Feb 6 10 am -2 pm SC $10CM/$12D/$15ND

SNOWSHOE AT ELDORA (5)

STRANAHAN’S COLORADO WHISKEY TOUR & DENVER BISCUIT COMPANY LUNCH (4)

Stranahan’s, Colorado’s first craft distillery, is dedicated to making the smoothest, most distinctively flavored whiskeys on the market using hand-crafted distilling techniques and Colorado’s finest natural ingredients. Tour the distillery and learn about the distillation process and history of this award-winning whiskey. All guests are required to have a valid ID with proof of age. Before the tour we will stop at The Denver Biscuit Company for lunch. Fee includes transportation, escort, and admission. Lunch, drinks and tip on your own. Day Date Time Location Fee T Feb 21 10:45 am-4 pm SC $20SCM/$22D/$25ND

MARDI GRAS CASINO (3)

Feeling lucky? Sit back and relax as you are comfortably taken to the Mardi Gras Casino in Blackhawk. The casino package includes $10 food credit, $5 free play on card, and free drinks while gambling. A player’s card must be used to earn and receive the package. You must be 21 or older to go on the trip. Meals are on your own. Fee includes transportation. Day Date Time Location Fee M Feb 27 8 am -4:30 pm SC $4SCM/$5D/$9ND

MARCH TRIPS CELESTIAL SEASONINGS & LEANIN’ TREE CARD PLANT TOUR (5)

Eldora Mountain Resort’s Nordic Center provides a scenic setting for snowshoers of all abilities. Their trails cross beautiful alpine clearings and pass through peaceful forests. After a fun day in the snow and sun enjoy lunch at The Lodge at the base of Eldora Mountain. Fee includes trail pass, escort, and transportation. Lunch is on your own. Snowshoe rentals are available for $20 on site. Day Date Time Location Fee T Feb 7 8:30 am-3 pm SC $20SCM/$22D/$25ND

Start the day off with a tour of Celestial Seasonings, the world’s most advanced tea production plant. After the tour, enjoy lunch at the Celestial Café and spend time in the gift shop. The day concludes with a tour of the Leanin’ Tree Museum and Card Plant where you’ll learn the history of the company and see how it operates. Day Date Time Location Fee F Mar 7 10 am-3 pm SC $10SCM/$12D/$15ND

SUPPER CLUB- GOLDEN EUROPE (2)

The Exchange Tavern was voted the 2016 Denver A-List #1 Irish Pub. Relax and enjoy their Irish Hospitality, rustic seasonal cuisine, and craft beverages. Fee includes transportation and escort. Dinner, drinks, and tip on your own. Day Date Time Location Fee F Mar 17 4:30-7 pm SC $8SCM/$10D/$12ND

At the Golden Europe restaurant in Arvada, food is prepared daily from scratch. Sit back and enjoy ethnic European cooking, including Czech, German, and Polish cuisine, in a warm and comfortable atmosphere. Fee includes transportation and escort. Dinner, drinks, and tip on your own. Day Date Time Location Fee Th Feb 16 4 pm - 8 pm SC $8CM/$10D/$12ND

SUPPER CLUB- EXCHANGE TAVERN (2)

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ACTIVE ADULT EVENTS & TRIPS


ACTIVE ADULT PROGRAMS

ACTIVE ADULT EVENTS & TRIPS

SNOWSHOE AT ELDORA (5)

Eldora Mountain Resort’s Nordic Center provides a scenic setting for snowshoers of all abilities. Their trails cross beautiful alpine clearings and pass through peaceful forests. After a fun day in the snow and sun enjoy lunch at The Lodge at the base of Eldora Mountain. Fee includes trail pass, escort, and transportation. Lunch is on your own. Snowshoe rentals are available for $20 on site. Day Date Time Location Fee T Mar 21 8:30 am-3 pm SC $20SCM/$22D/$25ND

DENVER MARCH POWWOW (5)

The PowWow at the Denver Coliseum features over 700 dancers and musicians from 70 tribes. Along with the amazing dances and costumes, there’s a Storytelling Room, delicious Native American food, and more than 100 arts and crafts stalls. This is a social occasion during which American Indian peoples come together to sing and dance as well as honor the heritage that has been passes down from their ancestors. Fee includes transportation, escort, and admission. Lunch is at your own at the event. Day Date Time Location Fee F Mar 24 10 am - 3 pm SC $20CM/$22D/$25ND

MARDI GRAS CASINO (3)

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

FISKE PLANETARIUM AT CU BOULDER (2)

“Solar Superstorms” is a major new production that takes viewers into the tangle of magnetic fields and superhot plasma that vent the Sun’s rage in dramatic flares, violent solar tornadoes, and the largest eruptions in the solar system. Audiences will witness a fury building on the surface of the Sun. What’s driving these strange phenomena? How will they affect planet Earth? Find the answers as we venture into the seething interior of our star. Fee includes transportation, escort, and admission. Lunch is at your own. Day Date Time Location Fee T Mar 27 10 am -3 pm SC $15SCM/$17D/$20ND

APRIL TRIPS DENVER AUTO SHOW (4)

Located at the Colorado Convention Center, the Denver Auto Show is the premier showcase of the newest model year import and domestic vehicles. Not only will you see the newest models, you’ll be treated to sneak peeks of selected intros, concepts, and the latest in tricked out cars. Sophisticated fuel saving technologies and high quality aftermarket services are highlighted during the event as well. Different varieties of exotic cars, including Lamborghini and Bentley are on display. Fee includes transportation, escort and admission. Lunch is on your own. Day Date Time Location Fee Th Apr 6 11-4 pm SC $15SCM/$17D/$20ND

COLORADO ROCKIES VS SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS (5)

Join us for popcorn and peanuts as we visit Coors Field to see the Colorado Rockies take on the San Francisco Giants. Seats are located in the shade.Fee includes transportation, ticket, parking and escort. Day Date Time Location Fee F Apr 7 12:30-6:30 pm SC $20SCM/$22D/$25ND

SUPPER CLUB- AXIOS ESTIATORIO GREEK RESTAURANT (2)

AXIOS offers an array of traditional Greek favorites from family recipes going back to the Greek Island of Chios. They also offer more progressive Mediterranean dishes with strong Greek influences. Fee includes transportation and escort. Dinner, drinks, and tip on your own. Day Date Time Location Fee F Apr 14 4:30-7:30 pm SC $8SCM/$10D/$12ND

MARDI GRAS CASINO (3)

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

WOLF SANCTUARY FEEDING TOUR (5)

This one-hour educational tour will teach you about hunting, howling, hierarchy, and communicating with a wolf pack in a group howl. Experience the ‘feeding tour’ where the guide feeds the resident animals. The Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center strives to educate the public through tours and programs about the importance of Wolves, Coyotes, and Foxes to our eco-system and the importance of Preservation and Conservation of the forests, land, and water that supports wildlife for future generations to enjoy. After the tour enjoy dinner at McGinty’s Wood Oven Pub in Divide. Fee includes transportation, escort, and tour. Dinner, drinks, and tip on your own. Day Date Time Location Fee T Apr 25 1:15-8 pm SC $30CM/$32D/$35ND Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District | Spring 2017 Activity Guide | page 38


New Year New You

15% off an annual pass.

ACHIEVE YOUR NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION AT CVPRD Purchase any annual pass during the month of January and receive 15% off, includes KidZone! Sale ends 1/31/17.


POLICIES & INFORMATION CODE OF CONDUCT

Patrons need to adhere to all policies and procedures established by the Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District. Anyone who voilates them will be subject to disciplinary action.

AGE POLICY

• 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.

CUSTOMER DRESS CODE

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

ZERO TOLERANCE

Program Refunds No refunds will be allowed after the first seven days after the program begins or after two classes are completed unless the circumstances are stated in writing and warrant consideration. Refund requests are subject to a $10 processing fee.

• 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.).

CVPRD is a zero tolerance District. Persons under the influence of drugs or alchohol, engaged in bullying, or exhibiting inappropropriate behavior will be removed from District facilites.

• 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 information).

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

YOUTH WEIGHT/CARDIO ROOM POLICY

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).

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

• 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 including trunks for males and swim suits for females. T-shirts are allowed. • 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

WHAT IS A SPECIAL DISTRICT?

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

REFUNDS

Full refunds will be given when Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District cancels classes or programs. All approved refunds will be credited to your credit/debit card, applied to your CVPRD account, or refunded in the form of a check. Requests for refunds will take up to two weeks and are subject to managerial approval.

Pass Holder Refunds Refunds will be granted on annual passes only. Refunds will be pro-rated dependant on use. Refund requests are subject to a $10 processing fee. Room Rental and Birthday Party 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

A $15 fee is charged for returned checks.

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