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WHAT'S INSIDE

• GROUP SWIM LESSONS PG. 24-26 • W E L L N E S S B E YO N D WEIGHT PG. 5

• SENIOR PROM PG. 7 • D A D DY D A U G H T E R DAN CE PG. 7


CONTENTS Policies & Information.......................................................................................................................................... pg. 2 Pass Fee Information............................................................................................................................................ pg. 3 NEW! Wellness Beyond Weight................................................................................................................................ pg. 5 Special Events ..................................................................................................................................................... pg. 6 Fitness & Wellness Mezzanine.............................................................................................................................. pg. 8 Youth Sports...................................................................................................................................................... pg. 10 Adult Sports...................................................................................................................................................... pg. 15 General Recreation........................................................................................................................................... pg. 16 Active Adults..................................................................................................................................................... pg. 20 Eaton's Explorers............................................................................................................................................... pg. 23 Aquatics............................................................................................................................................................ pg. 24 Refund Policies.................................................................................................................................................. pg. 28

QUICK GUIDE TO WINTER | SPRING 2020 Wellness Beyond Weight..................................... pg. 5 Daddy Daughter Dance............................................ pg. 7 Youth Soccer........................................................... pg. 11 Adult Co-ed Softball................................................ pg. 15 NEW!

Floral Designs with Hana Style Designs.................... pg. 18 Active Adults Mystery Trip....................................... pg. 22 Eaton Explorers...................................................... pg. 23 Saturday Swim Lessons........................................... pg. 26

T O S TAY U P T O D AT E C H E C K O U T O U R N E W W E B S I T E O R

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ON THE COVER Attend one of our spin classes this year to reach your fitnes goals. See page 8 on how to reserve your bike and guarantee your spot. 2020 is your year to get fit!

EACC BOARD OF DIRECTORS Julie Kennedy President Robin Moser Vice President Brandon Rohn Secretary/Treasurer Trent Edelmon At Large Nina Lewis At Large


E A P R D S TA F F

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Avalon Mays Recreation Division Manager

970.893.1219

Caryl Abeyta Recreation Coordinator

Josh DeJong Facilities Division Manager

970.893.1218

Amy Hodge Recreation Coordinator

Erica Hight Facilities Coordinator

970.893.1218

Kim Kavanaugh Guest Service Coordinator 970.893.1220

Greg Hughes Recreation Coordinator

970.893.1198

avalonmays@eaprd.com joshdejong@eaprd.com ericahight@eaprd.com

(Aquatics) greghughes@eaprd.com

970.893.1217 (Athletics/General Interest) carylabeyta@eaprd.com (Fitness/Active Adults) amyhodge@eaprd.com

970.893.1200

kimkavanaugh@eaprd.com

LETTER FROM THE EAPRD BOARD .The holidays are arriving and the Eaton Area Community Center will be bustling with various holiday activities. Whether it is the annual Thanks4Giving Run, the Eaton Old Fashioned Christmas or the Weld Food Bank drive we invite to you come be a part of the celebration. The team at the EAPRD continues to offer unique and fun programming opportunities too. Come check out a TRX, Barre or spin class and see what fits into your workout routine. There are a variety of possibilities for you to exercise your mind and body. As we enter into a time of thanksgiving, the EAPRD board is grateful for the support of district patrons and a support team of employees who make our recreation center one of the best in Northern Colorado. We are here because of you and we thank you. The board will close out 2019 with budget review and will then look forward to continued progress in 2020!

--Julie Kennedy

E A P R D R E C R E AT I O N D I V I S I O N M A N A G E R With 2019 coming to an end and 2020 nipping at our heals, I can’t think of a better time than now to reflect on our accomplishments. Without a doubt this year was full of many “news”, a few “improves” and a lot of “successes.” We added so much to our district; new facilities, new programs, new faces, new landscaping, and new events. We completed tasks that were left over from construction, we overhauled our exterior grounds, and even added a building to our campus. The year was full of triumph, we introduced the community to great events and programs like Friday’s on the Patio, Friendly Fork, Adult Volleyball, Father Daughter Dance, One Team One Community, Fitness Attendants, Mom & Son Date Night, The Try Tri, and so many more. Our team is very proud of the success we had and we plan to strive even higher next year. Here is a sneak peek into 2020: Drop in water polo, reimagined birthday party options, additions to the Eaton Area Athletic Complex, Flick and Floats, and Senior Prom, all kicked off with new Wellness Beyond Weight New Year’s Challenge. Looking forward to seeing you in the New Year.

- Avalon Mays, EAPRD Recreation Division Manager - CPRP, CPO

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E A P R D P O L I C I E S & I N F O R M AT I O N

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POLICIES & INFORMATION E ATO N A R EA CO M M U N I T Y C ENT ER C O N TA C T I N F O R M AT I O N • 1 675 3rd St. Eaton, CO 80615 • 970.454.1070 • www.eaprd.com | www.quickscores.com/eaprd

2 019 H O U R S O F O P E R AT I O N Monday–Friday...................5:00am–9:00pm Saturday ................................ 7:00am–7:00pm Sunday................................. 10:00am–6:00pm Pool opens at 5:30am Monday–Friday Pool closes 30 minutes prior to EACC closure.

2 0 1 9 F A L L H O L I D AY H O U R S Christmas Eve Day.................... Dec. 24 5:00am-1:00pm Christmas Day.............................................. Dec. 25 Closed New Year’s Eve .......................... Dec. 31 5:00am-1:00pm New Year ...........................................................Jan. 1 Closed Memorial Day ..........................................May 25 5am-9pm Easter ............................................................. April 12 Closed

CODE OF CONDUCT

All guests utilize the Eaton Area Community Center at their own risk. The Eaton Area Park & Recreation District expects reasonable and appropriate behavior from those who utilize district facilities and participate in district activities. The EAPRD has developed a code of conduct to ensure the safe enjoyment of all services and reserves the right to deny admission or take disciplinary action against those in violation. A violation includes; but is not limited to, the use of obscene language or gestures, theft, disorderly conduct, public intoxication, sexual misconduct, indecency, harassment, failure to cooperate with EACC staff, possession of unlicensed weapons of any kind, non–compliance with established policies and procedures, an unlawful act, and any other behavior considered offensive or unacceptable. •R  esponsible individuals ages 8 and older may utilize the facility per policy and guidelines. • No food or beverages will be allowed past the lobby with the exception of bottled water and sports drinks. • Eaton Area Park & Recreation District reserves the right to withhold service to any patrons who refuse to follow district guidelines and code of conduct while in a district facility or while attending or participating in any district program. • Alcoholic beverages, illegal narcotics, tobacco products or smoking devices of any kind are not permitted in the EACC or on District property. Swift and appropriate actions will be taken against those suspected of using or being under the influence of banned substances.

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• Appropriate attire is required when visiting or using the EACC. Shirts, tops and shoes are required at all times (except in the pool area). Non–marking shoes are required in the gymnasium and fitness area. • Athletic attire, including closed toe athletic shoes, is required in the upstairs fitness area mezzanine. • P roper swim attire is required in the pool area, including mesh–lined trunks for males and swim suits for females, workout and street clothing are strictly prohibited. Slide users must wear swim suits that are free of grommets, buttons or other materials that may damage the surface of the slide. It is recommended that swimmers remove bulky or dangling jewelry when using the pool, slide, and hot tub. Street clothes are strictly prohibited. • Guests are strongly encouraged to bring their own lock or purchase one at the Welcome Desk. Lockers are for daily use only and items left in lockers will be removed and placed in the lost and found. EAPRD is not responsible for lost and or stolen items. • A valid form of identification is required for equipment check out. Acceptable forms include EACC pass, school ID, library card, driver's license or other government issued ID. •A  lthough we encourage alternative modes of transportation to the EACC, bicycles, skateboards, and scooters are not allowed inside the facility and are not to be used recreationally on sidewalks or planters on site. N O N – D I S C R I M I N AT I O N P O L I C Y The Eaton Area Park & Recreation District does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, color, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or any other status protected by law.

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT

We are committed to supporting individuals with disabilities and are happy to discuss any special accommodations or adaptations necessary for participation. Please contact the EACC at 970.454.1070 for assistance requests or inquiries.

V O L U N T E E R W I T H T H E E AT O N A R E A COMMUNITY CENTER

The Eaton Area Community Center offers a variety of volunteer opportunities to assist our patrons and the Eaton, Colorado community. Volunteers are essential to the success of our organization and assist in planning, set-up/tear-down for events, supporting fundraising, and with on-site programming for our patrons. To become a volunteer with the EAPRD please contact Amy Hodge - Recreation Coordinator, Fitness/Active Adults at amyhodge@eaprd.com or by calling 970.893.1200.


E A P R D P O L I C I E S & I N F O R M AT I O N

PAS SE S F E E S & A D M I S S I O N S YOUTH PASS (AGES 3–21) YOUTH RATE

ANNUAL

*12 MO. AUTOPAY

MONTH

20 PUNCH

DAY

District

$225

$20/mo.

$25

$50

$3

Non–District

$270

$24/mo.

$30

$60

$4

FAMILY/HOUSEHOLD PASS FAMILY RATE

ANNUAL

ADDITIONAL CHILD

*12 MONTH AUTOPAY

MONTH

DAY

District

$600

$6/MONTH/CHILD

$52/mo.

$60

$12

Non–District

$720

$6/MONTH/CHILD

$63/mo.

$72

$15

Public Safety

$480

$6/MONTH/CHILD

$42/mo.

$48

$9

The annual family pass is valid for up to 2 adults and 3 children living in the same household. Full time caregivers may be added to the family passes for the additional child rate.

ADULT PASS (AGES 18–59) ADULT RATE

ANNUAL

DUAL ANNUAL

*12 MONTH AUTOPAY

MONTH

20 PUNCH

DAY

District

$360

$483

$31 single | $42 Dual

$35 | $47 Dual

$70

$5

Non–District

$432

$579

$37 single | $50 Dual

$42 | $56 Dual

$84

$7

Public Safety

$288

$386

$25 single | $34 Dual

$29 | $38 Dual

$56

$4

ACTIVE ADULT PASS (AGES 60+) ACTIVE ADULT RATE

ANNUAL

DUAL ANNUAL

*12 MONTH AUTOPAY

MONTH

20 PUNCH

DAY

District

$225

$301

$20 single| $26 dual

$25 | $33 dual

$50

$4

Non–District

$270

$362

$24 single | $32 dual

$30 | $40 dual

$60

$5

Only one discount may be applied to any pass purchase. *Pay per month

PA S S I N F O R M A T I O N

• Annual passes may be purchased in 12 monthly installments, or in full. Discounts are given for annual passes being paid in full.

Weld RE–2 School District Wellness Program Any Weld RE–2 School District employee is eligible to become an EACC member at the corporate rate.

All other passes must be paid in full at time of purchase.

Public Safety includes current police/fire/rescue and active or retired military. This rate applies to immediate family members in the same household. **Employee I.D required

• D istrict discount rates apply to non–exempt residents of the Eaton Area Park & Recreation District. The EAPRD is largely made up of the Weld RE–2 School District and excludes certain areas within the Severance and Greeley city limits. Property tax is the main funding for the EAPRD, so those contributing District property taxes are eligible to receive our in–district discount rates. • D D–District Discount Rate • N D–Non District Rate • 2 0 punch passes may be used by more than one person as long as they are in the same age category, passes expire 5 years from purchase. • D rop in showers are available for $3.00.

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*TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Monday–Saturday............................. 8:00am-12:00pm Monday–Thursday.............................. 4:00pm-8:00pm

PLAY PLACE RATES DISTRICT DISCOUNT

NON–DISTRICT

$3/hr for the 1st child without annual pass

$4/hr for the 1st child without annual pass

$2 each additional child in the same family

$2 each additional child in the same family

20 Punch Card = $40 without annual pass

20 Punch Card = $50 without annual pass

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E A P R D P O L I C I E S & I N F O R M AT I O N

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C O R P O R AT E W E L L N E S S MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM

Become a corporate partner and offer a great recreation benefit to your team! There are many benefits for a company that invests in a fitness program, including decreases in absenteeism, workers’ compensation claims, and increases in employee energy, production and morale. To become a corporate partner: The organization pays an annual flat fee based upon the number of eligible employees. All employees and family members receive sizable discounts off the annual family, annual adult, and annual dual passes. Corporate Wellness Fees (what the business pays): Corporate Level 1: .............1–10 employees $200.00 Corporate Level 2: ........ 11–100 employees $400.00 Corporate Level 3: .............101+ employees $700.00 Auto–Pay Eligible: Adult Annual District Discount Rate: . .....................$300.00 Adult Annual Non–District Rate: . ..............................$372.00 Adult Annual Dual District Discount Rate:. ...........$408.00 Adult Annual Dual Non–District Rate: ....................$516.00 Adult Annual Family District Discount Rate: ......$492.00 Adult Annual Family Non–District Rate: ...............$618.00

C O R P O R AT E S P O N S O R S H I P S C O M M U N I T Y A D V O C AT E $3,500 PER YEAR ( L I M I T E D T O 5 C O M M U N I T Y A D V O C AT E S P E R Y E A R )

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 ne company-provided banner (4’x6’) to be hung in O the gymnasium at the Eaton Area Community Center for one year.

One 30 second ad on the eBoards located in the hallway of the Eaton Area Community Center. Will run approximately 130-200 times per day for one year.

One company provided banner (8’x6’) to be hung at the Eaton Area Athletic Complex from March 15-November 15; choice of field.

Company logo and website pass through rights on www.eaprd.com for one year.

Company logo on all EAPRD special event fliers and ads. Booth at the event with selling privileges.

Recognition in all program guides released three times per year.

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ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES ELECTRONIC MESSAGE BOARD(S)

3 M O N T H S : $ 3 0 0 | 6 M O N T H S : $ 5 0 0 | 12 M O N T H S : $ 9 0 0

Located in the EACC hallway. Ads are displayed for 30 seconds approximately 130-200 times per day. Ads may be replaced once per month for 6 to 12-month agreements.

GYM/INDOOR TRACK BANNER

6 M O N T H S : $ 6 0 0 | 12 M O N T H S : $ 10 0 0

Spaces available to have the best views of all youth, adult, and senior athletes along with thousands of fitness participants each season. Logos must be approved and banner will be purchased by the EAPRD with a 12-month commitment.

SCOREBOARD SIGN

1 2 M O N T H S : $ 7 5 0 ( 17 ” X 21 ” C O R N E R PA N E L ) M A X 4 + $ 9 0 F O R C O R N E R PA N E L

12 M O N T H S : $ 15 0 0 (2’X8’ BELOW SCOREBOARD) M A X 2 + $ 6 2 0 F O R PA N E L

Availability is limited. Total of 6 spots available per scoreboard. Panels to be purchased by the advertiser.

OUTDOOR BANNER

1 BANNER: $500 | 2 BANNERS: $400 EACH | 3+ BANNERS: $350 EACH

For more information please ask for a copy or our full corporate sponsorship guide.


NEW!

WELLNESS BEYOND WEIGHT NEW YEAR’S CHALLENGE 2020 Designed with you in mind we want to change how you define wellness so that it is holistic and complete. Our 8-week program (running January 13-March 17) meets you where you are on your wellness journey and gives you tools like personal trainers, wellness coaches, wellness workshops, an 8-week program guide and more to help you find out what you need to do to start to live your best life. For more detailed program information plan to come to one of our FREE Info Nights: Thursday, January 2nd or Monday, January 6th from 6:00-7:00PM

Cost & Registration: Early Bird Registration (Dec 15-Jan 1): DD $130/ND $145 Regular Registration (Jan 2-12): DD $150/ND $170 Late Registration (Jan 13-17): DD $170/ND $190

Prizes:

Weekly raffle for those competing in skills challenge End of program “Most-Improved” award for each level Take advantage of this over $400 value lifestyle program today and start your way to a better YOU in 2020 with EAPRD!

AMY HODGE

ACTIVE ADULT & FITNESS COORDINATOR

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SPECIAL EVENTS | PROMOS

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D ECK T H E H A L L S

N OVEM B E R 17 - D E C E M B E R 31 Check out our “decked out hallway!� The east hallway at the Eaton Area Community Center is packed full of Christmas trees, decorated by local businesses, community groups, and families. Vote on the most decked out tree by bringing in a nonperishable food item and placing it in the box associated with your favorite tree. Donated food items will be sent to the Weld Food Bank to help families in need. Voting begins November 29th and ends December 20th.

Give the gift of wellness this Holiday Season

December 15 - January 19 14th Annual

Eaton's Old Fashioned

Christmas

Santa & Mrs. Claus

Contests

Chili Dinner

Face Painting

50/50 Raffle

Cook Decorations

Carnival Games

Parade of Lights

Follow us on social media for dates & times

Sponsored by the Eaton Area Chamber of Commerce & local area businesses

December 14th,2019

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*To receive a 15% discount, the annual pass must be paid in full. Guests purchasing an annual pass on the 12 month auto-pay will receive 10% discount. Discounts may not be paired with any other promotional offer or discounted pass rate. Gift Certificates are Available

12 FOR $25 HOLIDAY PASS PROMOTION

Give the gift of fitness and fun, an unlimited pass to the Eaton Area Community Center. Available for purchase in person or online, 12 individual day passes for only $25! Starting November 29 through December 31, 2019 you can purchase this pass which is valid until July 4, 2020. Please contact the EACC Welcome Desk for questions or visit www.eaprd.com. This offer is inclusive of all ages, maximum of 5 of the 12-25 packages per household.


SPECIAL EVENTS | PROMOS

SPECIAL EVENTS DA D DY DAU G H T E R DA N CE

S PRI NG CL EA NI NG S ALE

F E B RUA RY 21, 2 0 2 0

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To be held annually each February, the Daddy Daughter Dance is a chance to allow fathers or father figures the opportunity to set an example and a standard for how their daughters should be treated on a date. It is also an opportunity to build relationships between fathers and daughters and make special memories. The Eaton Area Park & Recreation District cordially invites all young ladies ages 3-18 with their fathers or favorite male father figure to attend our Daddy Daughter Dance. Each young lady will receive a corsage. Tickets must be purchased at least one week prior to the event.  Dinner & Dance: 5pm - 8pm $50 per couple ($15 additional daughter)

Spring is in the air and it’s time to air out your home with our Spring Cleaning Sale! This sale is free and open to the public. Tables will be provided to vendors and they will be responsible for all money handling of individual products sold. If you wish to be a vendor please register for your table(s) at eaprd.com or by contacting Amy Hodge - Recreation Coordinator, Fitness/Active Adults at 970.893.1200. Registration Deadline for vendors is March 18. *Fees apply to vendors.  8am - 12pm  Location EACC  Vendor Fees DD $10 | ND $13

 Dance Only: 6pm - 8pm - $15 per couple ($5 additional daughter)

A PRIL 18 , 2 02 0 Come find out what your numbers are and join the thousands from around Colorado at the 9HealthFair. This year’s fair will again be held at the Eaton Area Community Center and will continue to provide low cost blood chemistry screenings along with a variety of other health screenings as it has done for the past 30 years. Medical and non-medical volunteers needed! Interested in volunteering? Come to our volunteer info night Wednesday, February 19th from 5:30-6:30pm. To register as a volunteer please visit www.9healthfairvolunteer.org or contact Amy Hodge at 970.893.1200  April 18 | 7am - 12pm | Located at the EACC

S E NIO R P RO M ( AG E S 6 0 +) M AY 2 , 2 0 2 0

D I RT Y D O G 5K MAY 2 , 2 02 0

Get your groove on and bring your sweetie to our first annual Senior Prom! Join us for photos, dinner, and dancing as we reminisce on the past while staying forever young. King & Queen will be crowned! Located in the EACC Community Rooms. Registration deadline April 18.

Fitness & Fido – what could be better?! Bring man’s best friend(s) and join us for our first annual Dirty Dog 5K Run/Walk this spring in cooperation Eaton Animal Den. All participants will receive a swag bag along with prizes for fastest times in each division. Registration deadline April 25.

 4:30-5:30PM Photos & Voting

 DD $20 | ND $25

 5:30-6:30PM Dinner  6:30-7:30PM Dance & Coronation  Dinner & Dance $65 per couple; $30 single  Dance only $15 per couple

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FITNESS & WELLNESS MEZZ.

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Fitness & Wellness Mezzanine F I T N E S S E Q U I P M E N T O R I E N T A T I O N Free with a

membership or a daily pass, schedule a one time session to learn the proper lifting techniques and basics of the machines. Our fitness staff will provide an orientation of the cardiovascular and Nautilus One weight machines. Orientations are 30 minutes. Please register at the Welcome Desk. (Workout program is not included.)  Fee: DD Free/ ND Free F I T N E S S A S S E S S M E N T S ( A G E S 1 5 + ) Meet with a

certified personal trainer and quickly start a plan for achieving your fitness goals. Fitness assessments include a consultation with a personal trainer, goal setting, body fat assessment and fitness assessment. (Workout not included.) Assessments are one–hour long. Please register at the Welcome Desk.

TRACK/CARDIO EQUIPMENT/WEIGHT MACHINES

Please no strollers in the mezzanine. Ages 11–12 have access to the fitness and wellness mezzanine after completing the Youth Fitness Orientation and an adult 18 or older must be present at all times. Ages 13–14 have access to the fitness and wellness mezzanine after completing the Youth Fitness Orientation with a personal trainer. After completing the Youth Orientation, ages 11–14 must obtain a daily wrist band to gain access to the mezzanine.

FITNESS CLASSES

See below for a full list of fitness classes available with a membership. Please visit www.eaprd.com for a real time fitness schedule, or pick up a hard copy at the Welcome Desk.

CARDIO

 Fee: DD $19/ ND $25

 Indoor Cycling

 Step Fusion

YO U T H F I T N E S S O R I E N TAT I O N ( A G E S 11 – 14 )

 Bootcamp

 Cardio Kickboxing

 Biker Barre

 TACTIX

 Energy Ride

 15/15/15

Meet with a certified personal trainer and learn the do’s and do nots of the fitness and wellness mezzanine.  Fee: DD $15/ ND $19 Y O U T H A N D F I T N E S S C L A S S E S Youth 12-13 years old are

allowed to participate in any group fitness class (excluding strength training-based classes – dark grey on schedule) with a parent or guardian (18+) present. Youth ages 14 and older can participate in any fitness class at EACC independently. Children under the age of 12 are not permitted in any fitness class and are not allowed in the fitness studio/activity room while classes are in session.

STRENGTH TRAINING  HIIT

 Straight to the Core

 EXPRESS HIIT

 B.L.T.

 R.I.P.P.E.D.

 Tabata

 Beginner TRX

 Strong Body Bootcamp

 Pound ®

 Balls!

 BarreRX

MIND | BODY *NEW

Beat the New Year's Resolution Rush!

Save your spot with our NEW online class registration option! To reserve your space for classes designated with a "Sign Up" please visit:www.eaprd.com/fitness-calendar/ Registration window opens 24-hours prior to start of class and closed 1-hour prior to class start time. Reserve your space by clicking on the icon on our schedule and creating an account.

 Hatha Yoga

 Gentle Yoga

 Barre

 Vinyasa Yoga

 Sunrise Yoga

 Yin Yoga

 Pilates

 Yoga Lift

ACTIVE ADULTS  Forever Fit

 SilverSneakers Classic

 Silver & Fit

 Sneakers Circuit

 Zumba® Plus

DANCE FITNESS 8

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 Zumba


FITNESS & WELLNESS MEZZANINE

SPECIALT Y CL ASSES

SWEETHEART PT SALE

TRX

Come try our custom TRX suspension training bars that are integrated into the ceiling, developed for workouts geared to increase strength, balance, flexibility and core stability all at once. Recommended for intermediate to advanced exercisers, this class expands on our Beginner TRX offering and uses TRX straps, body weight and free weight exercises, which all contribute to an excellent cross training experience!  Registration: Ongoing  Instructor: Terin S. DAY

DATES

Mon. & Wed. FEES

TIME

LOCATION

Winter/Spring 8:30am - 9:20am (Jan.-Apr.)

Fitness Studio

W  inter/Spring Session DD $40 | ND $48or Monthly DD $12 | ND $15

PA R E N T / T O T B O O T C A M P

Designed for parents to be able to squeeze in a great workout with their baby (6 weeks and older.) This class is formatted to stimulate baby's visual senses and early development social needs. Parent Tot Boot Camp is a moderate impact, boot camp style class that incorporates cardio drills, strength training, weightlifting, and core building exercises. •

This class is open to all fitness levels and can be modified to all stages of post pregnancy after 6 weeks postpartum.

Please bring a stroller and blanket for baby.

For multiple children, each child must be in a car seat or stroller

You don't want to miss out on an opportunity to not only work on your own health and fitness but model for your child the importance as well!  Session 1 Registration Deadline: February 1  Session 2 Registration Deadline: March 1

One sweet deal! Take 14% off of any Personal Training package February 1-14 only. Buy one for yourself or give the gift of fitness this Valentine’s Day. Limit 2 packages per customer. Expires 1-year from date of purchase.

WELLNESS WORKSHOPS

Wellness looks and feels different on every single body. Expand your knowledge and work toward your goals with our Wellness Workshop series covering a variety of topics focusing on holistic wellness. For workshop topic details or for more information please contact Amy Hodge - Recreation Coordinator, Fitness/Active Adults at amyhodge@eaprd.com or 970.893.1200.  Registration: Tuesday prior to each workshop. DATE

TIME

LOCATION

TOPIC

Thurs. Jan. 16

6:30pm7:30pm

EACC Maple Room

Gym 101

Thurs. Jan 23

6:30pm7:30pm

EACC Maple Room

Injury Prevention & Healthy Athletes

Thurs. Jan. 30

6:30pm7:30pm

EACC Maple Room

Satisfying Smoothies

Thurs. Feb. 6

6:30pm7:30pm

EACC Maple Room

Build Your Body with Bands

Thurs. Feb. 20

6:30pm7:30pm

EACC Maple Room

Intro to Essential Oils

Thurs. March 5

6:30pm7:30pm

EACC Maple Room

Fit for Life

FEES

F ull Series DD $25 | ND $40 Individual Workshop DD $5 | ND $8

APRIL ABS CHALLENGE

SPRING into core strength and stability with our April Abs Challenge. This free challenge will help you stay motivated and get straight to the core of your fitness goals! Daily exercises will be provided to build a full core-based training routine.

 Instructor: Danielle P. DAY

DATES

TIME

LOCATION

Tuesdays & Thursdays

Session 1: Feb. 4 - 27

11:00am-11:50am

EACC GYM East

Session 2: March 3 -26 FEES *NEW

$40 per session (8 classes)

SPRING TRAINING

Targeted for teens (ages 11-17) this functional training class will incorporate elements of agility, speed, cardiovascular movement, and strength training to provide a safe and effective fitness plan. This is perfect for athletes or anyone wanting to improve overall wellness by ensuring proper form and progressive plan development. Instructor Sydney W.  Registration Deadline: April 1 DAY

DATES

TIME

Tuesdays & Thursdays

April 6-30

4:00pm-5:00pm

FEES

DD $80 | ND $95 (8 Sessions)

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YOUTH SPORTS

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Youth Sports

SEASON TIMELINE

EVENT

ACTIVITIES

JERSEY KEY

Registration Opens

Register, practice days/times are scheduled

= Jersey included in cost

Registration Closes

Recreation Coordinator will form teams, recruit additional coaches, order uniforms, conduct coaches meeting

= T-shirt included in cost

Week prior to 1st practice

Distribute rosters to coaches, coaches contact parents regarding practices days/times

Week prior to 1st game

Distribute game schedules and uniforms to coaches

Mid to end of season

Picture day, updated schedule, distribute pictures to coaches

End of Season

Optional team party and opportunity to evaluate program or league

E A R LY B I R D R E G I S T R AT I O N FOR SELECT SPORTS

The Eaton Area Park & Recreation District would like to show some appreciation to community members who register early! Early Bird Registration ends one week prior to the regular registration deadline. All prices listed in the youth sports section of this program guide are the Early Bird Registration prices. After these dates, fees increase by $20. The Eaton Area Park & Recreation District strives to serve the community and offer programs of interest in any possible way. Early Bird Registration grants you a program discount and provides us the ability to manage programs effectively…a win/ win for all!

3RD GRADE AND UP

Teams will be formed based upon a request system and by the Recreation Coordinator. During registration, parents/guardians will have the opportunity to make 1 of 3 requests: 1) P  ractice Days Request – A request to practice on a specific day or time. We do our best to accommodate these requests, however each coach selects the team’s practice days and times. 2) Player/Friend Request – A request to play on the same team as one specific player or friend. If you request more than 1 player or friend, the first listed will only be considered. 3) Head Coach Request – A request for the participant to play on a specific Head Coach’s team. Please confirm with the coach prior to registration that he/she is in fact coaching this season/sport/age division. The Eaton Area Park & Recreation District will not provide a list of coaches. 10

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= Reversible Jersey not included in cost. Can be purchased at the Eaton Area Community Center Welcome Desk for $18.

If requests for any preference, whether it is a certain coach or a certain player/friend exceeds the amount of roster slots, priority is given based on registration date and time. We will attempt to honor all requests, but retain the right to deny any request to maintain team equality. Therefore, requests are considered and not guaranteed.

K-2ND GRADE

(EXCLUDING YOUTH SOFTBALL/BASEBALL)

Teams will be formed based upon an evaluation system. During registration, parents/guardians will have the opportunity to make special requests that will be considered during team formation. Special requests will be granted as long as the integrity of each individual team is met.

“ P L AY I N G U P ”

If the parent would like to consider their child playing up ONE age/ grade level, please fill out a request form at www.eaprd.com and return the form to Caryl Abeyta - Recreation Coordinator, Athletics/ General Interest at carylabeyta@eaprd.com. Please allow one week to process and respond. Participants are not allowed to play down an age/grade level. Special circumstances will be considered. Please fill out a request form at www.eaprd.com and return the form to the Recreation Coordinator, Caryl Abeyta, at carylabeyta@eaprd.com. Please allow one week to process

COMBINING AGE DIVISIONS

We reserve the right to combine age divisions for any programming dependent on the number of registrations.

A G E / G R A D E D E T E R M I N AT I O N S

The age/grade at the start of the season determines the age/ grade bracket for the program. One team. One Community.


YOUTH SPORTS UNIFORM SIZES

If the program fee includes a uniform for any specific program, sizes will be placed based on size given. If the size given and ordered is not satisfactory, and the order was at no fault to the Eaton Area Park & Recreation District, the individual will be responsible for ordering and paying for a different size on their own. All uniforms will be ordered through Monarch Promotional Designs. Sample sizes are available at the Eaton Area Community Center Welcome Desk. Any questions regarding uniforms should be addressed to Monarch Promotional Designs at 970.454.2727.

I N C L E M E N T W E AT H E R H O T L I N E

Every attempt will be made to allow practices and games; however, if field and/or weather conditions present an unsafe environment for participants, spectators, coaches, officials, and/ or staff, we will postpone or cancel practices and games. Field supervisors are instructed to error on the side of caution when it comes to inclement weather decisions. Weather information can also be found at www.quickscores.com/eaprd. Weather information will be updated by 4:00pm on weekdays or 8:00am on weekends. There are three situations to look for: •A  ll games and practices are being played as scheduled. •A  ll games and practices have been canceled. • .A  ll games and practices will be held at the coach’s discretion. In this case, please assume that practice is being held unless you hear differently from your coach.

WA I T I N G L I S T S Waiting lists are a source of contact and do not guarantee you will receive a call back. We will contact you if a space becomes available. Waiting lists for a closed class or sport provides us with contact information and does not limit you from registering for any other open class.

SCHOLARSHIPS

Scholarships are available for eligible participants. A Scholarship Request Form must be filled out in person at the Eaton Area Community Center prior to registration. Applications must be submitted and preapproved before registration. For more information, please call: Caryl Abeyta - Recreation Coordinator, Athletics/General Interest at 970.893.1217.

REFUNDS/ACCOUNT CREDIT

SOCCER

LITTLE KICKERS COED SOCCER (AGES 3-4)

Little Kickers is more than just a great introduction to soccer. The program is designed to enhance your child’s overall growth and well-being by focusing on building important skills such as balance and coordination. Practices and games will be held at the Eaton Area Athletic Complex on Saturday mornings. Game days will consist of a 20-minute practice followed by a 25-30-minute game/scrimmage against an opposing Eaton or HRA team. Shin guards are not required, but highly encouraged. All teams will be coached by parent volunteers; if interested, please contact carylabeyta@eaprd.com and indicate so on your child's registration. Practices and game schedules to be communicated by the coach.  Early Bird registration deadline is Saturday, March 14.  Regular registration deadline is Saturday, March 21. DAY

DATE

TIME

ACTIVITY #

Saturday

April 4 - May 9

45-minute practices anytime between 9am-12pm

6113.101

FEES

Early Bird

DD $29 | ND $35

Regular

DD $49 | ND $55

*May 16 will be reserved for a rescheduled date in the event of inclement weather.

COED LITTLE REDS SOCCER (AGES 5-8)

Coed Little Reds Soccer is a step forward to league play where players will put their dribbling, passing, shooting, and defensive skills to the test. Teams practice once per week and play games on Saturday mornings and/or afternoons at the Eaton Area Athletic Complex. All players must provide their own shin guards and footwear. Molded soccer cleats (toeless front cleat) are recommended but not required. All teams will be coached by parent volunteers; if interested, please contact carylabeyta@eaprd.com and indicate so on your child's registration. Practices and game schedules to be communicated by the coach.  Early Bird Registration deadline is Monday, Feb. 24.  Regular registration deadline is Monday, March 2. DAY

DATE

TIME

ACTIVITY #

Mon.-Sat.

March 16 - May 9

Practice & Game Schedules TBD

6113.102

(Ages 5-6) (Ages 7-8)

6113.103 FEES

Early Bird

DD $39 | ND $49

Regular

DD $59 | ND $69

May 16 will be reserved for a rescheduled date in the event of inclement weather.

See page 28 for our refund policy.

H E A D C O A C H I N C E N T I V E Volunteer coach

incentives for Head Coaches only - a rental including 1-hour in a Community Room and 1-hour of swimming be offered to the committed Head Coach! Please contact carylabeyta@eaprd.com for additional information about head coach incentives.

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YOUTH SPORTS

WINTER | SPRING '20

10 / 12 & U N D E R S O CC E R ( AG E S 9 - 12 )

Players continue to progress their soccer fundamentals while participating in the slightly more competitive Windsor Recreation Soccer League. Teams practice once or twice per week and play games on Saturday mornings and/or afternoons in Windsor, Milliken, and Berthoud. All players must provide their own shin guards and footwear. Molded soccer cleats (toeless front cleat) are recommended but not required. All teams will be coached by parent volunteers; if interested, please contact Caryl Abeyta - Recreation Coordinator, Athletics/General Interest at carylabeyta@eaprd.comom and indicate so on your child's registration. Practices and game schedules to be communicated by the coach.  Early Bird Registration deadline is Monday, Feb. 17.  Regular registration deadline is Monday, Feb. 24. DAY

DATE

TIME

ACTIVITY #

Mon.-Sat.

March 9 – May 9

Practice & Game Schedules TBD

(10 & Under)

6113.104

VOLLEYBALL N VA A K – 8 T H G R A D E V O L L E Y B A L L

Players will continue to enhance their volleyball skills in a slightly more competitive environment. The Northern Valley Athletic Association (NVAA) consists of other agencies in the region and traveling is required. Teams practice once or twice per week and play games on Saturdays. Players must provide and wear their own knee pads. All teams will be coached by parent volunteers; if interested, please contact Caryl Abeyta - Recreation Coordinator, Athletics/General Interest at carylabeyta@eaprd.com and indicate so on your child's registration. Practices and games scheduled to be communicated by the coach.  Early Bird Registration deadline is Monday, Feb. 3.  Regular registration deadline is Monday, Feb. 10. DAY

DATE

TIME

ACTIVITY #

Feb. 24 - April 18

Practice & Game Schedules TBD

6111.101

Feb. 24 - April 18

Practice & Game Schedules TBD

6111.102

Feb. 24 - April 18

Practice & Game Schedules TBD

6111.103

Mon. - Sat.

Feb. 24 - April 18

Practice & Game Schedules TBD

6111.104

FEES

DD $49 | ND $59

Regular

K-2nd

Mon. - Sat.

(12 & Under)

6113.105 FEES

Early Bird

DD $55 | ND $69

Regular

DD $75 | ND $89

RUSH SOCCER

RUSH BEGINNINGS WINTER CAMP 2

DATE

TIME

Feb. 7 - March 20

4pm - 4:45pm

Feb. 7 - March 20

4pm - 5pm

Little Learners

Fridays FEES

$50

Rising Stars

Fridays FEES

$60

*No class on 2/21/2020

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Mon. - Sat. 5th-6th

Northern Colorado Rush Soccer Club would like to share the love of the game with your child. Each session will be an exciting play-based journey based on skills, coordination and passion for the game. Players will be active and engaged while gaining confidence and excitement. Little Learners include birth years of 2014 – 2016. Rising Stars include birth years of 2010 – 2013. These camps will take place at the Eaton Area Community Center in the gym. Please contact Matt Foster, Rush Director of Coaching, at doc@norcorush.com or 970.351.6255 with any questions. Register today at norcorush.com DAY

3rd-4th

Mon. - Sat. 7th-8th

Early Bird

DD $69 | ND $79

For NVAA League Information including game schedules, maps, and rules log-on to www.quickscores.com/nvaa.


YOUTH SPORTS

SOFTBALL

BASEBALL

G E Y L S O F T B A L L ( AG E S 7 - 12 )

Participants will develop their softball fundamentals while incorporating game strategies in the Greeley Evans Youth League (GEYL). The GEYL consists of other agencies and travel will be required. Teams practice once or twice a week and will have both home and away games. All players must provide their own glove. All teams will be coached by parent volunteers; if interested, please contact Caryl Abeyta - Recreation Coordinator, Athletics/General Interest at carylabeyta@eaprd.com and indicate so on your child's registration. Practices and games scheduled to be communicated by the coach.  Early Bird Registration deadline is Monday, March 30.  Regular registration deadline is Monday, April 6. DAY

DATE

TIME

ACTIVITY #

April 20 - July 18

Practice & Game Schedules TBD

6101.101

8 & Under

Early Bird

DD $69 | ND $85

Regular

DD $89 | ND $105

10 & Under

Mon. - Sat.

 Early Bird Registration deadline is Monday, March 30.  Regular registration deadline is Monday, April 6. DAY

DATE

TIME

ACTIVITY #

Mon. - Sat. Early Bird

Mon. - Sat.

April 20 - July 18

Practice & Game Schedules TBD

6102.101

FEES

Early Bird

DD $89 | ND $105

Regular

DD $109 | ND $125

8 Year Old

April 20 - July 18

Practice & Game Schedules TBD

6101.102

12 & Under

FEES

A step forward from Tee Ball, participants will develop their baseball fundamentals while incorporating game strategies in the Greeley Evans Youth League (GEYL). The GEYL consists of other agencies and travel will be required. Teams practice once or twice a week and will have both home and away games. Fee includes a jersey and cap; however, all players must provide their own glove. All teams will be coached by parent volunteers; if interested, please contact carylabeyta@eaprd.com and indicate so on your child's registration. Practices and games scheduled to be communicated by the coach.

7 Year Old

Mon. - Sat. FEES

G E Y L B A S E B A L L ( AG E S 7 - 12 )

Mon. - Sat.

April 20 - July 18

Practice & Game Schedules TBD

6102.102

April 20 - July 18

Practice & Game Schedules TBD

6102.103

9 Year Old

April 20 - July 18 DD $79 | ND $95

Practice & Game Schedules TBD Regular

6101.103

DD $99 | ND $115

Mon. - Sat. FEES

Early Bird

DD $99 | ND $119

Regular

DD $119 | ND $139

10 Year Old

S O F T B A L L P I TCH I N G C L I N I C ( AG E S 7 - 12 )

For softball players who want to try pitching or perfect their skills. Split into two, 1-hour sessions, one for beginners and one for advanced, these clinics will focus on fundamentals, good warm-up techniques, movement of pitches, as well as different types of pitches. These clinics will be hosted by True Slate, UNC students with 16 years of pitching experience and 8 years of coaching experience. Your girls are sure to go away with the knowledge they need to start their pitching careers. DAY

DATE

TIME

ACTIVITY #

April 6 & 13

5pm-6pm

6103.104

April 6 & 13

6pm-7pm

6103.105

Mon. - Sat.

April 20 - July 18

Practice & Game Schedules TBD

6102.104

April 20 - July 18

Practice & Game Schedules TBD

6102.105

April 20 - July 18

Practice & Game Schedules TBD

6102.106

11 Year Old

Mon. - Sat. 12 Year Old

Mon. - Sat. FEES

Early Bird

DD $109 | ND $129

Regular

DD $129 | ND $149

Beginners

Monday Advanced

Monday FEES

DD $19 | ND $25

Volunteer Coach Recruitment

Volunteer coaches are always needed! Please contact Caryl Abeyta - Recreation Coordinator, Athletics/General Interest at carylabeyta@eaprd.com for additional information about becoming a volunteer head coach.

YOUTH SPORTS FIRST AID KITS PROVIDED BY PROACTIVE

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SUPERTOTS SPORTS (AGES 2-5)

Since 2002, SuperTots has engaged kids, ages 2 to 5 in physical activity in a non-competitive environment that is safe and fun above all else. SuperTots knows kids are hardwired to learn through play. For that reason, we’ve designed an engaging skill-building curriculum in which “tots” learn through a series of fun games. They will acquire athletic skills and fitness but also develop an interest and love of sports. Programs run 50 minutes and meet once a week for 6 weeks at a time. All programs are $89 and include a t-shirt and an award.

SOCCERTOTS (SOCCER)

SoccerTots is our flagship program! Our classes focus on developing motor skills and self-confidence while also learning balance, dribbling, foot-eye coordination and running control. We also introduce an element of light competition. DAY

DATE

TIME

Jan. 6 - Feb. 10

9:30 – 10:20 am

2-3 Years Old

Monday 3-5 Years Old

Monday FEES

Jan. 6 - Feb. 10

10:30 – 11:20 am

E AT O N YO U T H C H E E R ( A G E S 5 - 12 )

Is your son or daughter interested in cheerleading? If yes, join us for a season of great skill and fun performances on the Cheer Spirit YOUTH CHEERLEADING Colorado Performance Cheer Team. Cheer, Dance, Stunts, and Jumps are taught in a positive and motivating environment where kids are proven to excel. The Winter/ Spring Season is sure to be exciting as the teams will be performing at a Colorado Eagles game and a UNC Basketball game.The $100 UNIFORM FEE IS NOT INCLUDED. Mighty Team (5 & 6 year olds): A fun team experience and

introduction into cheerleading. Mega Team (7-12 year olds): A skill focused team introducing

cheer, dance, jumps, and stunts. DAY

DATE

TIME

ACTIVITY #

Thursday

Jan. 9 - April 9

5:30 - 6:30pm

6104.101

FEES DD $175 | ND $210  Performance Cheerleading (5-12yrs)

$89

 Competitive Cheerleading (7-16yrs)

HOOPSTERTOTS (BASKETBALL)

 Tumbling Classes (5-16yrs)

HoopsterTots classes focus on building fitness and muscle coordination, while also learning key basketball fundamentals like dribbling, shot technique, passing and teamwork. We use adjustable hoops and age appropriate basketballs. DAY

CHEERLEADING

DATE

TIME

Feb. 17 - March 30

9:30 – 10:20 am

Feb. 17 - March 30

10:30 – 11:20 am

Quality Coaches | Patient & Effective Skill Progression | Affordable Options | Fun Opportunities Contact Kelly Moore Kelly@cheerspiritcolorado.com 714.501.5781

2-3 Years Old

Monday

www.cheerspiritcolorado.com

3-5 Years Old

Monday FEES $89

HOCKEY

*No class 3/23

NORTHERN COLORADO EAGLES INDOOR H O CK E Y C L I N I C ( AG E S 5 - 12 )

B A S E B A L L T O T S ​​ ( T E E B A L L )

BaseballTots classes focus on fine and gross motor skills as well as body control. We teach all the baseball basics, such as throwing, catching, hitting and running control. We are excited to help these little ones develop a love of the game. DAY

DATE

TIME

April 6 - May 11

9:30 – 10:20 am

2-3 Years Old

Monday 3-5 Years Old

Monday

April 6 - May 11

10:30 – 11:20 am

FEES $89 Register online at www.supertotssports.com/colorado or call 303.222.8039 with questions.

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Come join the Colorado Junior Eagles are they guide players through an introduction to hockey. This clinic will be held indoors and participants are not required to bring any specialized equipment. The Colorado Junior Eagles players are looking forward to guiding beginners through the basics of hockey in a fun environment. DAY

DATE

TIME

ACTIVITY #

Saturday

March 7

9am - 11am

6113.101

FEES DD $10 | ND $15


A D U LT S P O R T S

Adult Sports (Age 18+) ADULT COED VOLLEYBALL

*NEW & IMPROVED

Level of play for this 6 vs. 6 adult league is recreational. Fees must be paid in full at the time of registration.  Registration deadline is Sunday, February 2. DAY

DATE

TIME

ACTIVITY #

Sun.

Feb. 16 – April 5

Game Schedules TBD

6149.101

FEES

DD $205 | ND $249

WOMEN’S COMPETITIVE VOLLEYBALL – DOUBLEHEADER LEAGUE

USSSA ADULT COED SOFTBALL

Level of play is recreational. Fees must be paid in full at the time of registration. This season will consist of a minimum o f7 games including a tournament. Awards to be given to tournament champions.  Registration deadline is Sunday, April 28. DAY

DATE

TIME

ACTIVITY #

Sun.

May 10 – June 28

Game Schedules anytime between 3-6pm

6141.101

FEES

DD $399 | ND $489

Level of play for this 6 vs. 6 adult league is competitive. Fees must be paid in full at the time of registration. This season will consist of a minimum of 8-weeks of games including tournament – single elimination. Awards to be given to tournament champions.  Registration deadline is Tuesday, February 11. DAY

DATE

TIME

ACTIVITY #

Tues.

Feb. 25 – April 14

45-minute games anytime between 5:30pm-9:30pm

6149.102

FEES

DD $300 | ND $360

PI CKL EBA L L Register online at northernfrontrangepickleball.com. See Adult Drop In (below) for open court.

A D U LT D ROP I N SPORT B A SK E TB A L L P I CK L E B A L L

AG ES 18+

DAY

T IM E

LO CAT IO N

M ON D AY

6:30pm - 9:00pm

E AST C O URT

F RID AY

6:30pm - 9:00pm

E AST C O URT

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WINTER | SPRING '20

General Recreation Women’s Empowerment & Self Defense BJJ Program (15 & older)

ELEMENT BRAZILIAN JIU-JITSU SELF-DEFENSE

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu has been proven to be the most effective self-defense martial art in the world for men, women, and children. BJJ is leverage based and enables people to defend themselves against much bigger, stronger, and more athletic attackers. The confidence and self-esteem people feel from learning BJJ reaches into all aspects of their lives.

FEES

Kids Bully Proof Program (5 & older) This class will focus on teaching kids how to verbally and (if necessary) physically defend themselves via the use of BJJ techniques. In addition we teach them the responsible use of this powerful art and 5 keys to health – positive attitude, adequate rest, exercise, hygiene, and healthy food choices. DATE

TIME

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday

5:00pm– 6:00pm

FEES

$100

Teen/Adult Self Defense BJJ Program (15 & older) The class focus is to learn the 36 core techniques of Jiu-Jitsu. These are the most effective techniques in a real self-defense situation against the most common types of attacks. In addition, we begin teaching gun and knife defenses. DATE

TIME

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday

6:00pm– 7:00pm

FEES

$100

The class focus is to learn 20 techniques against the most common types of assaults on women. The class will be 15 lessons and it is highly recommended to go through twice so that you have drilled the techniques enough to develop reflex movements to different types of attacks. DATE

TIME

Monday & Wednesday

7:00pm– 8:00pm

$100

Contact Bobby Ryan at 970.599.1969 to register with any questions or to start your free trial! Participants can register for any Element Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu classes at any time. If you register in the middle of the month, the fee will be pro-rated.

DANCE A DANCE PLACE

A Dance Place offers a variety of dance classes at the Eaton Area Community Center. Dance classes are taught in a fun and creative environment. Dance participants will learn dance technique, self-esteem, discipline, poise, balance, teamwork, and much more! We have an open enrollment policy which means you are welcome to join at any time! There are no contracts or registration fees so come and try a free trial class anytime!! We will keep the same schedule until our Spring Recital which is the week of June 17th.

PRESCHOOL COMBO An excellent introduction to a wide variety of dance, all while they’re having constant fun! Instructors will help children discover tap, ballet, and jazz by using age-appropriate music and games to stimulate both the mind and body. Children come to appreciate the way they interact with their environment and those around them, including their instructor and peers.

TAP/BALLET 1 Tap and ballet might seem daunting, so our class is a low-pressure introduction to the fundamentals of both dance styles that show your young one just how fun each can be.

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G E N E R A L R E C R E AT I O N DANCE & TUMBLE Take what kids do naturally and shape it into dance! Dance & Tumble is a great combination of tumbling, creative movement, and gymnastics set to kid-friendly music. They’ll learn moves like forward rolls and cartwheel and be having fun as they’re strengthening the bond between music and movement with imaginative dance.

HIP HOP is a wonderful combination of teamwork and improvisation. It also incorporates amazing feats of body control (think break-dancing) that your child will impress his or her friends with for years. It's constant high-energy movements are an incredible exercise for growing bodies.  HipHop 2/3 – Ages 6-8  HipHop 3/4 – Ages 9-11

BALLET There’s a good reason ballet has lasted for hundreds of years. It’s the perfect blend of grace and strength and is respected throughout the world. It’s also incredibly fun and rewarding!

SAFETY CLASSES AMERICAN RED CROSS: CPR/FIRST A I D / A E D ( AG E S 11 + ) *NEW

The American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED program helps participants recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac, breathing, and first aid emergencies. Participants will gain the knowledge and skills needed to give immediate care to an injured or ill person and decide whether advanced medical care is needed. Participants who complete all required skills and knowledge assessments and successfully pass the test will receive certification in Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED and First Aid. Participants in full day courses should bring a sack lunch. Contact readysettrain14@gmail.com for more information.  Registration deadline is 7 days prior to the program date. DAY

DATE

TIME

ACTIVITY

Thurday.

Jan. 16*

6:00pm-8:00pm

4103.101

 Ballet 2/3 – Ages 6-8

Friday

Feb. 8

8:00am - 2:30pm

4103.102

 Ballet 3/4 – Ages 9-11

Thursday

February 13*

6:00pm-8:00pm

4103.103

JAZZ/POMS 1 The movement doesn’t stop in this class! Students

Saturday

March 14*

8:00am-10:00am

4103.104

Tues. & Thurs.

March 17 & 19

5:30pm - 9:00pm

4103.105

Thursday

April 9*

6:00pm - 8:00pm

4103.106

Saturday

April 11

8:00am - 2:30pm

4103.107

will enjoy an introduction to jazz dance and cheer that incorporates gymnastic and tumbling movements.

TEEN DANCE Introduction to multiple dance forms for teen students with limited dance experience. Ages 12 & Up. Register now at www.adanceplace.com. Please contact us at 970-590-9530 or email us at admin@adanceplace.com with any questions. CLASS

Time

Preschool Combo

3:30 - 4:30pm

Monday

FEES

DD $105 | ND $125

*Online Class

* *NEW A M E R I C A N R E D C R O S S B A B Y S I T T I N G ( R E CO M M E N D E D AG E S 11 – 15 )

This course is intended to provide youth who are planning to babysit with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children and infants. This training helps participants: develop leadership skills, develop a babysitting business, keep themselves/others safe while helping children behave, and learn basic childcare and first aid. Successful completion of this course will provide Certification as an American Red Cross Babysitter. Participants should bring a sack lunch. Contact readysettrain14@gmail.com for more information. Participants who take both the American Red Cross Babysitting and American Red Cross CPR/First Aid/ AED will receive 20% off.

Tap/Ballet 1

4:30 - 5:30pm

Dance & Tumble

5:30 - 6:15pm

Hip Hop 3

6:15 - 7:00pm

Jazz 3

7:00 - 7:45pm

Preschool Combo

9:30 - 10:30am

Dance and Tumble

3:30 - 4:15pm

Jazz/Poms 1

4:30 - 5:30pm

Jazz/Ballet Combo 2

5:30 - 6:30pm

DAY

DATE

TIME

ACTIVITY

Hip Hop 2

6:30 - 7:30pm

Friday

Jan. 3

8:00am-3:30pm

4103.201

Teen Dance

7:00 - 8:00pm

Saturday

Feb. 1

8:00am - 3:30pm

4103.202

Monday

March 9

8:00am - 3:30pm

4103.203

Saturday

April 4

8:00am - 3:30pm

4103.204

Tuesday

Wednesday

 Registration deadline is 7 days prior to the program date.

FEES

DD $80 | ND $95

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C R E AT I V E FLORAL DESIGNS WITH HANA ST YLE DESIGNS *NEW

Experience the art of Floral Design. This class offers a fun and creative environment learning a craft that you are sure to fall in love with. We will teach you the basics you need to know to create your own designs at home. Each class will come with beautiful flowers for you to design with a vessel (excluding halo making) and supplies and tools for you to use for the class. For centerpiece making, we will also talk about table design and placement of your arrangement in a table setting. All classes will have a maximum of 15 participants and a minimum of 6. Contact Brittany Kinoshita of Hana Style Designs for any questions regarding the classes at 970.215.9238 or bkhanastyle@gmail.com. Registration closes one week prior to the class date and each workshop is limited to a certain number of participants – all sales are final and must be paid in full at the time of registration. THEME

DATE

TIME

ACTIVITY #

Painting Inspired Floral Arrangements

Feb. 1

4:00pm

4109.101

Winter Centerpieces

Feb. 22

4:00pm

4109.201

Spring Wreath Making

March 13

6:30pm

4109.301

Easter Centerpieces

April 10

6:30pm

4109.401

FEES

DD $65 | ND $79 (per class)

BABIES & TODDLERS L I L ’ B U C K A R O O S P L AY T I M E ! ( A G E S 1 - 5 )

Get out of your house and stop by the Eaton Area Community Center for a variety of activities. The gym will serve as a playground for your youngster! Bring your lil’ buckaroo to play and socialize with other buckaroos! A ratio of one adult per three children is required and adults must be present and able to supervise. No registration is required. Memberships or day passes are required to enter. DAY

TIME

LOCATION

Tues. & Thurs.

8:00am - 12:00pm

West Court

FEES

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G E N E R A L R E C R E AT I O N

ZUMBINI! (AGES 0-4)

Created by ZumbaÂŽ and BabyFirst, Zumbini combines music and movement for a fun and educational child and caregiver interactive class. Tuition includes 20 songs on the Zumbini app, a CD, songbook, and plush toy. Note: Reduced rate of $16.15 for additional siblings. No fee for siblings 6 months and under. Must meet age requirement. Register for the demo and/or session on zumbini.com. Contact Instructor Valerie Stone at 970-556-8327 or val.stone.events@gmail.com for more information. Registration price: $130 (including learning materials) Additional sibling: $16.15 | Minimum enrollment: 6 children | Max: 12 children Experience Zumbini before signing up!  Winter Demo January 7, 2020 | 9:15am - 10am | $5.75  Spring Demo March 17, 2020 | 9:15am - 10am | $5.75 *NEW

Fall class info  8-week fall session 9/17-11/12 Tuesdays 9:15 WINTER SESSION

DATE

TIME

Tuesdays

Jan. 14- March 3

9:15am - 10:00am

FEES

8-weeks & learning materials included = $130

Free make up class March 10 SPRING SESSION

DATE

TIME

Tuesdays

March 24- May 12

9:15am - 10:00am

FEES

8-weeks & learning materials included = $130

Free make up class May 19

HEALTH CARE LECTURE SERIES

Presented by CU School of Medicine – Anschutz Medical Campus. Thousands of Coloradans have attended this free program; no background in biology or science required. Our best teachers will explain what our medical students are learning in language that anyone can understand. Come to the Eaton Area Community Center to watch a pre-recorded session lead by a health professional and learn how the body works in sickness and in health, and ask questions. Each date the pre-recorded session will run at 11am and 6:30pm. DAY

DATE | TIME

TOPIC

Monday

Feb. 10 11am & 6:30pm

Pain, Opioids, and the Scourge of Addiction

Wednesday

March 11 11am & 6:30pm

Getting the Most Out of Your Immune System!

Thursday

April 16 11am & 6:30pm

Informed Consent: How Informed are You?

FEES

FREE

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Active Adults

Please RSVP toAmy Hodge - Recreation Coordinator, Fitness/Active Adults at amyhodge@eaprd.com or 970893-1200 for all events a week prior to each date. C O F F E E TA L K Drop in and enjoy free coffee and hot tea, board games, cards, conversation, and mingle with fellow Eaton Area residents. Guests are encouraged to bring their own coffee mugs or donate old mugs for others to use. DAY

TIME

LOCATION

Mon.- Fri.

7:30-11:00am

EACC LOBBY FEES

FREE

SILVERSNEAKERS® The SilverSneakers® Fitness Program is an innovative health, exercise, and wellness program helping older adults live healthy, active lifestyles. Your SilverSneakers fitness membership includes: access to our basic amenities such as our heated pool, private locker rooms, indoor track, fitness equipment, basketball courts, and SilverSneakers. S I LV E R S N E A K E R S  NEW MEMBER O R I E N TAT I O N Meet your SilverSneakers® Program Advisor to learn about the various benefits your SilverSneakers membership offers! Ask questions and discuss fitness classes, programs, and events offered. Stop by or call the Welcome Desk to be added to our monthly orientation list by the first Monday of the month. Sign up required. DAY

DATE

TIME

Tuesday

Jan. 7

10:00am - 11:00am

Tuesday

Feb. 4

10:00am - 11:00am

Tuesday

March 3

10:00am - 11:00am

Tuesday

April 7

10:00am - 11:00am FEES

FREE

FRIENDLY FORK LUNCHEON Join fellow Active Adults for lunch, entertainment, guest speakers, and good conversation. Each Wednesday, lunch will be provided by The Friendly Fork: Weld County Senior Nutrition program, held in the Aspen Community Room. The cost of the meal for 60 years and older is requested at $4 and under 60 years of age at $12.  Join us the first Wednesday of each month with cake and goodies to celebrate those with a birthday!  Reservations are required by 11:45am the Tuesday before. HEARING AID CHECK & SCREEN Receive a free hearing screening or have your hearing aids checked. Appointment includes a free pack of hearing aid batteries. Appointments are 20 minutes long on the first Friday of each month and are provided by Connect Hearing. Located at the Eaton Area Community Center Party Room A. DAY

DATE

TIME

Friday

Jan. 3

9:00am - 11:00am

Friday

Feb. 7

9:00am - 11:00am

Friday

March 6

9:00am - 11:00am

Friday

April 3

9:00am - 11:00am FEES

BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC Sit down with local Eaton Fire Fighters one-on-one for blood pressure checks on the second Friday of each month. Please attend before working out. No appointment necessary. Located at the Eaton Area Community Center Party Room A. DAY

DATE

TIME

Friday

Jan. 10

8:45am - 10:00am

Friday

Feb. 14

8:45am - 10:00am

Friday

March 13

8:45am - 10:00am

Friday

April 10

8:45am - 10:00am FEES

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FREE

FREE


A C T I V E A D U LT S G A M E D AY Game on! Enjoy a variety of games the 3rd Wednesday of each month and compete individually or as part of a team for fabulous prizes! Prizes are awarded to the winner(s) and are generously donated from local businesses and community members. Located in the Eaton Area Community Center Aspen Community Room. *NEW

DAY

DATE

TIME

Wednesday

Jan. 15

12:45pm - 1:45pm

Wednesday

Feb. 19

12:45pm - 1:45pm

Wednesday

March 18

12:45pm - 1:45pm

Wednesday

April 15

12:45pm - 1:45pm FEES

FREE

B R I D G E O P E N P L AY All bridge players are welcome to join us for weekly card play every Thursday. Come make new friends and enjoy the challenge of modern bridge.  Registration closes at 12:00pm the Wednesday before the scheduled play time. DAY

TIME

LOCATION

Thurs.

1:00-3:00pm

Party Room A

FEES

Drop- in: DD $4 | ND $5

Monthly: DD $18 | ND $20

HAPPY FEET PEDICURES Come join Sue and pamper yourself for 30 minutes on the fourth Wednesday of the month. Sue will clip your toenails, scrub your corns and calluses, and will provide a foot and ankle massage if wanted! Registration closes at 12:00pm the Tuesday before the scheduled appointment. Cash or check only and payment is due at time of appointment. Located at the Eaton Area Community Center Party Room A. DAY

DATE

TIME

Wednesday

Jan. 22

9:30am-1:30pm

Wednesday

Feb. 26

9:30am-1:30pm

Wednesday

March 25

9:30am-1:30pm

Wednesday

April 22

9:30am-1:30pm FEES

$22

S E N I O R R E S O U RC E FA I R Being active and well at any age is a matter of making the best choices for you! Join a variety of local businesses and health-based organizations displaying the many options available for a healthy lifestyle available in our community well into your golden years! Vendors can register for a booth or request event details by contacting Amy Hodge - Recreation Coordinator, Fitness/Active Adults at amyhodge@eaprd.com or 970.893.1200 by January 18th. *NEW

DATE

LOCATION

TIME

Saturday, Feb. 8

EACC Community Room

8:00am - 12:00pm FEES

T E C H Y T E E N S & S AV V Y S E N I O R S Do you need a little (or a lot) of help with your handheld electronics? Techy Teens at Eaton High School are eager to help Eaton’s Savvy Seniors master their devices! Space is limited, register today!  Registration Deadline February 25. DAY

DATE

LOCATION

TIME

Tues. & Thurs.

March 3March 26

EACC Aspen Room

9:30am - 10:00am FEES

DD $20 | ND $25

Day Trips

Please RSVP to Amy Hodge - Recreation Coordinator, Fitness/Active Adults at amyhodge@eaprd.com for day trips and events a week prior to each date. All trips depart and return from the EACC parking lot. Please arrive 15 minutes before scheduled departure time. Dates, prices, times, and activities are subject to change. Minimum 6, Maximum 14

C O L O R A D O AVA L A N C H E Hit center ice as the Colorado Avalanche hockey team takes on the Detroit Red Wings. Join us as we travel to the Pepsi Center in Denver, CO for an exciting NHL adventure! *Note food cost is on your own.  Registration closes January 6. DATE

TIME

LOCATION

Mon. Jan. 20th

10:00am - 5:00pm

Denver, CO

FEES

DD $69 | ND $75

BRECKENRIDGE SNOW SCULPTURES Every January, artists come to Breckenridge with cheese graters and wooden spoons in hand. This group of dedicated snow-lovers are some of the best professional sculptors and snow artists in the world and they just so happen to descend on Colorado to create snow sculptures as part of the Breckenridge International Snow Sculpture Championships. Join us on the overnight adventure – hotel and travel cost included. *Note food cost is on your own. Limit 10 participants.  Registration closes January 15. DATE

TIME

LOCATION

Thurs.- Fri. January 23-24

12:00pm

Breckenridge, CO

FEES

DD $100 | ND $125

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DENVER MINT The United States Mint at Denver manufactures coin dies, stores silver bullion, and mints coins including circulating coins, numismatic products including annual uncirculated coin sets, and commemorative coins authorized by Congress. Denver treasures its historic building, which is one of Colorado’s oldest institutions. *Note food cost is on your own.  Registration closes January 28. DATE

TIME

LOCATION

Tues. Feb. 4

9:30am - 2:30pm

Denver, CO FEES DD $25 | ND $30

WELDWERKS BREWERY Keep it local and enjoy a tour and tasting at Weldwerks Brewery in Greeley, CO. A master-brewer will take you through the brew house and take your knowledge to a hoppin’ new level. Fee includes a flight of beer. *Note food cost is on your own.  Registration closes February 13. DATE

TIME

LOCATION

Thurs. Feb. 20

10:00am - 2:30pm

Greeley, CO FEES

After your tour, enjoy beer samples in their Hospitality Lounge. Samples of their great beers are available in limited quantity to those 21 years and older with a valid, government-issued ID. No prior consumption is permitted. Non-alcoholic beverages also are available. *Note food cost is on your own.  Registration closes March 2.

DATE

TIME

LOCATION

Mon. April 27

11:00am - 3:00pm

Eaton, CO FEES

DATE

TIME

LOCATION

9:00am-4:00pm

Golden, CO FEES

DD $25 | ND $30

MYSTERY TRIP Paint a picture in your mind of what or where our Mystery Trip may be??? *Note food cost is on your own.  Registration closes March 12. DATE

TIME

LOCATION

Thurs. March 19

10:00am-4:00pm

???? FEES

DD $40 | ND $45

DD $15 | ND $19

GARDEN OF THE GODS Join a knowledgeable park volunteer on an exciting, naturalist-led walk through Garden of the Gods Park. All the guides have different areas of expertise including flora and fauna, birds of the garden, geology, history, and many other Colorado-themed topics. *Note food cost is on your own.  Registration closes April 23. DATE

TIME

LOCATION

Thurs. April 30

7:30am-3:00pm

Colorado Springs, CO FEES

DD $30 | ND $35

M A R D I G R A S C A S I N O - B L A C K H AW K , C O Enjoy exciting action and delicious dining! Sit back and relax as a charter bus takes you comfortably up into the mountains to the Mardi Gras Casino. Each guest will receive a $5 food voucher and $5 free play on player’s card upon arrival. When you earn 200 points on that visit, you will receive another $5 food voucher. You must use your player card to earn points and receive the package. *Note food cost is on your own.  Registration closes two weeks prior to date of event DATE

TIME

LOCATION

Tues. Feb. 11

7:45am-5:00pm

Blackhawk, CO

Tues. April 14

7:45am-5:00pm

Blackhawk, CO FEES

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 Registration closes March 31.

DD $19 | ND $25

COORS BREWERY See and taste traditional brewing at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in the largest single-site brewery in the world! Since 1873 the Coors Brewery has thrived on a legacy of quality, innovation, and customer service. The Coors Brewery Tour showcases our history and passion for brewing in a 30-minute look at our malting, brewing and packaging processes.

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WA S H I N G M A C H I N E M U S E U M There’s no place like home and we are happy to be offering a home-town tour of the famous Lee Maxwell Washing Machine Museum right here in Eaton, CO! View the progress of this in-house and industrial appliance via a guided tour. *Note food cost is on your own.

DD $10 | ND $15


WINTER | SPRING '20

KIDS CAMP

Eaton's Explorers

( A G E S 5 - 12 )

Eaton’s Explorers is a STATE LICENSED CHILDCARE program that provides day camp activities on no school days and during summer break for children ages 5-12. Campers will participate in several activities including water fun, sports camps, field trips, assemblies, games, and much, much more. Camp will run 9:00am – 4:30pm (before and after care available upon request and approval.) Your child is assured to leave camp smiling ear to ear! Space is limited and registration priority will be given to full summer registrations. Weekly and daily registrations are available if space allows. Mandatory documents include Camper Permissions, Eaton’s Explorers Registration Form, immunization records, photo of the camper, and photo ID of the authorized persons for pick-up (copy.) Please visit www.eaprd.com for Eaton’s Explorers information. DAY

DATE

ACTIVITY #

FEE

Monday

Dec. 23

4307.102

DD $25/ND $29

Thursday

Dec. 26

4307.103

DD $25/ND $29

Friday

Dec. 27

4307.104

DD $25/ND $29

Monday

Dec. 30

4307.105

DD $25/ND $29

Thursday

Jan. 2

4307.106

DD $25/ND $29

Friday

Jan. 3

4307.107

DD $25/ND $29

Monday

Jan. 6

4307.108

DD $25/ND $29

Spring Break

March 23-27

4107.101

DD $75/ND $90

-Summer-

S U M M E R C A M P I S J U N E 1 – A U G U ST 7 ! Full summer, weekly, daily and custom dates are available. Registration begins on Friday, January 31st, 2020. Please contact the EACC Welcome Desk at 970.454.1070for details and information.

Good to Know •

Mandatory immunization records.

Tax Refund Forms are available at the end of the year.

Will need photo ID of authorized person(s) picking up child.

Will need health information before campers can attend.

Will need a photo of the camper.

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A Q U AT I C S

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L A DY B U G S

Swim Lesson Guide

AGES 6 MONTHS - 3 YRS PA R E N T & T O T

 H  elps young children become comfortable in, on, and around the water so that when the time comes, they are ready to learn how to swim. P R E R E Q U I S I T E : None

D R A G O N F LYS

AGES 3YRS - 5YRS

PRESCHOOL 1 

This class introduces basic water skills; submerging and blowing bubbles, gliding on front with support, entering and exiting the water, rolling to back, back floating with support, and recovering to a vertical position. P R E R E Q U I S I T E : Child must be ready to participate in a group setting.

PRESCHOOL 2 

This class presents new swimming and water safety skills; independent front and back floats, independent front and back glides and learning forward locomotion with the use of combined arm and leg action. P R E R E Q U I S I T E : Pass Preschool 1; OR go underwater without hesitation; comfortable floating on front and

back with support. PRESCHOOL 3 

This class continues to develop swimming and water safety skills; treading water, front and back floats for 15 seconds, using combined arm and leg action on front, rolling from front to back, and rolling from back to front to continue swimming. P R E R E Q U I S I T E : Pass Preschool 2; OR independently floating on front and back for 5 seconds; forward

movement through water.

FROGS

AGES 5 YRS + LEVEL 1

LEVEL 4





The start of your child’s swimming journey. This class introduces basic water skills; submerging and opening eyes underwater, gliding on front with support, entering and exiting the water safely, rolling to back, back floating with support, and recovering to a vertical position. P R E R E Q U I S I T E : Child must be ready to participate in a

P R E R E Q U I S I T E : Pass Level 3; OR swim 15 yards front

group setting.

crawl with rotary breathing.

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 5





Builds on skills learned in Level 1 and begins teaching rudimentary propulsive skills on both the front and back. This class marks the beginning of independent aquatic locomotion; treading, floating for 15 seconds, rolling from front to back, rolling from the back to the front, and using combined arm and leg action for forward locomotion. hesitation; comfortable floating on front and back with support.

LEVEL 3



Introduces new swimming and water safety skills to develop water competency. Class will focus on the rudimentary skills of front crawl, elementary backstroke, scissor kick, dolphin kick, survival floating, and treading water. P R E R E Q U I S I T E : Pass Level 2; OR independently float-

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Refines the six swimming strokes introduced in Level 4. Classes include activities and drills that are engaging and challenging; longer distance swims, new water safety skills, and flip turns. P R E R E Q U I S I T E : Pass Level 4; OR swim 25 yards front

crawl and elementary backstroke, 15 yards breaststroke, butterfly, back crawl, and side stroke.

P R E R E Q U I S I T E : Pass Level 1; OR go underwater without

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Improves stroke proficiency and focus on swimming longer distances. Students will work toward swimming 25 yards of front crawl and elementary backstroke, swimming 15 yards of breaststroke, butterfly, back crawl, side stroke, and be introduced to open turns.

LEVEL 6



Implements high expectations regarding distance and quality of swimming strokes. Class goals; swim 500 yards continuously, perform open arms and flip turns while swimming, circle swimming, survival floating and swimming, and treading water for 2 minutes. P R E R E Q U I S I T E : Pass Level 5; OR swim 50 yards front

crawl and elementary backstroke, 25 yards breaststroke, butterfly, back crawl and side stroke.


A Q U AT I C S

Aquatics GROUP EVENING LESSON SCHEDULE MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY EVENING LESSONS SESSION

MEETING DATES

REGISTRATION OPENS

REGISTRATIONS CLOSES (AT 12:00PM)

1

Jan. 13 - Feb.5

DD Jan. 3 | ND Jan. 6

January 10

2

Feb. 10 - March 4

DD Jan. 31 | ND Feb. 3

February 7

3

March 16 - April 8

DD March 6| ND March 9

March 13

4

April 13 - May 6

DD April 3 | ND April 6

April 10 FEES DD $39 | ND $49

4:30pm - 5:00pm

Parent & Tot

Preschool 1

Preschool 2

Level 3

5:05pm - 5:35pm

Preschool 1

Preschool 3

Level 2

Level 4

5:40pm - 6:10pm

Preschool 2

Preschool 3

Level 1

Level 6

GROUP MORNING LESSON SCHEDULE TUESDAY & THURSDAY MORNING LESSONS SESSION

MEETING DATES

REGISTRATION OPENS

REGISTRATIONS CLOSES (AT 12:00PM)

1

Jan. 14 - Feb. 6

DD Jan. 3 | ND Jan. 6

January 10

2

Feb. 11 - March 5

DD Jan. 31 | ND Feb. 3

February 7

3

March 17 - April 9

DD March 6| ND March 9

March 13

4

April 14 - May 7

DD April 3 | ND April 6

April 10 FEES DD $39 | ND $49

9:00am - 9:30am

Parent & Tot

9:35am - 10:05am

Preschool 1

10:10am - 10:40am

Preschool 2

10:45am - 11:15am

Preschool 1

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A Q U AT I C S

G R O U P S AT U R D AY L E S S O N S C H E D U L E SATURDAY MORNING LESSONS - 30 MINUTES (Parent & Tot - Level 2) SESSION

MEETING DATES

REGISTRATION OPENS

REGISTRATIONS CLOSES (AT 12PM)

1 2

Jan. 11 - February 20

DD Jan. 3 | ND Jan. 6

Janaury 10

March 14 - May 2

DD March 6 | ND March 9

March 13

FEES SESSION 1 DD $39| ND $49 9:00am - 9:30am

Parent & Tot

Preschool 1

Preschool 2

Level 3

9:35am - 10:05am

Preschool 1

Preschool 3

Level 2

Level 4

10:10am - 10:40am

Preschool 2

Preschool 3

Level 1

Level 5

P R I VAT E S W I M L E S S O N S

Swimmers of all ages and abilities will benefit from one-on-one or two-on-one swim instruction. These 30-minute-long sessions will be tailored to your exact swimming needs which can range from timid or first-time swimmers to those interested in creating a swim fitness program. Times are based off your schedule and instructor’s availability. Register today by contacting Amy Hodge - Recreation Coordinator, Fitness/Active Adults at greghughes@eaprd.com Fee: DD $25 | ND $35

After Hours Pool Rental

Looking for a fun and unique party or event location? The Eaton Area Community Center swimming pool is available for after hours private pool rentals. Rentals include the party room, slide, river, entry area, zero–depth, and lap pool. For more information please contact Greg Hughes, Recreation Coordinator - Aquatics at greghughes@eaprd.com.  $250.00 refundable damage deposit.  For parties of 30 or less DD $249 | ND $299 per hour.  For parties of 30 or more people $299 | ND $359 per hour.

G R O U P R E S E R VAT I O N S

The EACC pool is the perfect place to take your large group for a fun outing. If you are interested in bringing a group of ten or more, please contact Greg Hughes, Recreation Coordinator - Aquatics at greghughes@eaprd.com for scheduling. Group of 10 or more Adults DD $4.50 | ND $5.50 Group of 10 or more Youth DD $2.50 | ND $3.00

POOL SCHEDULE

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Pool Rules

Children under the age of 6 who cannot pass the swim test must have a parent within arm’s length reach at all time. A ratio of one adult per three children is required Swim Test – Children under the age of the 14 must pass a swim test to use the lap pool, entry area, slide, and/or river. Green Wrist Band - is given if a child swims half the length of the lap pool with their face in the water and without stopping (see Swim Test Checklist). Green wristbands may be given to children with a red wristband upon passing a swim test. Yellow Wrist Band - is given if a child demonstrates comfort in the water and is at least 48” tall. Red Wrist Band - is given if a child is under 48” tall. If given a red wristband, swimmers must stay in the zero-depth area of the pool unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. Red wristband children may take a swim test for a no-slide green wristband. If a child does not wish to take the swim test they may stay in the zero-depth area. 

wimmers must wear appropriate swim wear, no S workout clothes or cut–offs.

Swimmers must shower prior to entering the pool. 

No Diving. 

No Running. 

No prolonged or repetitive breath holding. 

egular diapers are not allowed. Swim diapers or plastic pants R are required for all participants who are diaper dependent.

Additional rules are posted on the pool deck.

A M E R I C A N R E D C R O S S – S H A L L O W WAT E R LIFEGUARD TRAINING The Eaton Area Park & Recreation District is committed to the growth of our community and takes pride in developing individuals into future leaders. We provide a unique and fun way to start developing your leadership skills with this American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Class. The course provides entry-level shallow water lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills needed to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies in shallow water up to 5-feet deep and to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services personnel take over. The following prerequisites must be passed to participate in class; swim 100 yards continuously demonstrating breath control, 2-minute tread using legs only, and a timed event where participants must retrieve a 10-pound brick from 5 feet of water and swim the brick 20 yards within 50 seconds. DATE

DAY

TIME

Sun. - Wed.

March 23 - March 26

8:00am - 4:00pm

FEES

A Q U AT I C S D R O P- I N FITNESS CLASSES AQUACISE Aquatic exercise is the perfect class for you if you’re looking to improve your cardiovascular endurance and strength but would also like to use the waters unique support to ease strain on muscles and joints. Regardless of height, weight/build, size, age, or gender this is a great opportunity for you to enjoy the pool, workout in a social environment, and have fun! DAY

TIME

Tuesday & Thursday

8:00am - 9:00am

Tuesday & Thursday

5:30pm - 6:30pm

RIVER AEROBICS Looking for a high intensity water workout? Join our half-hour or one-hour river aerobics class for a cardio and strength training workout. This class utilizes the assistive and resistive properties of the rivers current to make for a dynamic and fun workout. DAY

TIME

Tuesday & Thursday

9:00am - 9:30am

Monday

5:30pm - 6:30pm

DD $145 | ND $175

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E A P R D P O L I C I E S & I N F O R M AT I O N

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EAPRD Refund Policy PROGRAM/ACTIVITY REFUNDS

The Eaton Area Park & Recreation District aims to provide you with complete program satisfaction. We understand that from time to time, scheduling changes and special circumstances require you to cancel or change your planned activities. In an effort to maximize space in each activity, we have established the following refund policies. Please review them carefully prior to enrollment. Thank you for your interest in our programs and we look forward to providing you with an enjoyable recreation experience.

IF EAPRD CANCELS A CLASS OR PROGRAM

Full refunds are made for any program/activity canceled by the District. A refund request form will be sent asking how you would like to receive your refund and all refunds will be provided within 2-4 weeks of the class cancellation. Please note: Refunds for class cancellations due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances will be handled on a case by case basis and may include class credits, coupons, class extensions, etc.

I F T H E C U S T O M E R W I T H D R AW L S F R O M A CLASS

If you need to withdraw from a class please let us know as soon as possible. This will allow an additional space for someone else to register or cancel the class.

REFUNDS WILL BE PROVIDED BASED ON T H E S E S I T U AT I O N S :

 Cancellation request is made 15 days prior (7 days for swim lessons, 24 hours prior to scheduled session for PT, or for day trips) to the activity/program start date.

A D D I T I O N A L C O N S I D E R AT I O N S

 A 5% transaction fee will be applied when refunding back to a credit card.  A 10% transaction fee will be applied when payer requests a refund by check.  The EAPRD is unable to provide cash refunds. For programs/activities purchased in cash a refund to the payers ActiveNet account or check will be provided.  Refunds/credits are not given for uniforms, jerseys, or other merchandise that have already been given to the program participant or specifically ordered for him/ her.  Participants enrolled in a trip canceled due to weather, low enrollment or other circumstances will be provided a credit to the ActiveNet account.  Please note that not all classes are eligible for refunds.  Programs and activities costing less than $10 are non-refundable.  Refunds/credits placed on a payers ActiveNet account are non-refundable.  Some programs may have specific refund policies that may require additional refund fees or earlier cancellation schedules.  The EAPRD reserves the right to change the refund policy at any time.

 Full refund/credit will be provided to the payers ActiveNet account.  Cancellation request is made less than 7 days (3 days for swim lessons, less than 24 hours prior to scheduled session PT, or for day trips) prior to the activity/ program start date.  75% refund/credit will be provided to the payers ActiveNet account.  Cancellation request is made after the registration deadline but prior to the first meeting date for the activity/program.  50% refund/credit will be provided to the payers ActiveNet account.  Cancellation request is made after the activity/ program start date.  No refunds or credits will be provided.  Prorated refunds will be provided after the start of a program if participant is unable to attend due to an unplanned medical or life event.

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