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2017/18 SEASON ALL WINTER LONG *Not Valid Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Easter Day. Colorado Adventure Park has the right to terminate offer at anytime.

Save time and fill out waiver online at: www.smartwaiver.com/v/capwaiver (Waiver good for the 2017/18 season)


Give the gift of Health & Wellness This Holiday Season Purchase a membership

December 15 - January 15

at the Grand Park Community Rec Center

Buy an annual pass get a FREE month

Buy a 6-month pass get 2 weeks FREE www.fraservalleyrec.org (970)726-8968 x.0

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General Information………………………… Community Events………………………….. Fraser Valley Rec Events………………….. Afterschool Program……………………….. Youth Field Trips……………………………… Teen Programs…………………………………. Art & Enrichment……………………………… Dance & Cheer………………………………….. Youth Winter Sports…………………………. Youth & Adult Athletics……………………. Youth Sports Leagues……………………….. Adult Sports Leagues……………………….. Red Cross Classes……………………………… Grand Park Community Rec Center…. Aquatics…………………………………………… Gymnastics & Tramp………………………… Fitness……………………………………………… Silver Sneakers and Silver & Fit……….. Climbing Wall…………………………………..

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General Information

Fraser Valley Metropolitan Recreation District Administration / Recreation Services Office 1 Main Street, Fraser, CO 80442 PO Box 3348, Winter Park, CO 80482 (970)726-8968 Fax: (970) 726-4034 www.fraservalleyrec.org

Our mission is to provide recreational experiences for our residents and guests through innovative, quality programs and facilities that promote health and wellness. Board of Directors John Glancey ~ President Kimberly Hanna ~ Vice President Roger Hedlund ~ Treasurer Rainie Murdock ~ Secretary Dave McKnight ~ Member at Large Administration Scott Ledin ~ Director of Parks, Recreation and Golf ~ scott@fraservalleyrec.org Ann McConnell~ Business Manager~ ann@fraservalleyrec.org Kristen Chua~Administrative Coordinator~kchua@fraservalleyrec.org Recreation Michelle Lawrence ~ Programming and Marketing Manager ~ michelle@fraservalleyrec.org Emily Weida~ Youth Program Supervisor ~ emily@fraservalleyrec.org Mariah Emmert~ Recreation Center Manager ~mariah@fraservalleyrec.org Julyann Hill~ Aquatics Supervisor ~ julyann@fraservalleyrec.org John Florkiewicz~ Fitness / Gymnastics Supervisor~ john@fraservalleyrec.org Hoppy Hayes~ Head Gymnastics Coach~ hoppy@fraservalleyrec.org Robin Dresen ~ Guest Services Supervisor ~ robin@fraservalleyrec.org Jordan Rea ~ Facility Maintenance Manager ~ jordan@fraservalleyrec.org Parks and Athletics Austin DeGarmo ~ Parks and Athletics Manager ~ austin@fraservalleyrec.org Anthony Pezzetti ~ Athletics Supervisor ~ anthony@fraservalleyrec.org Deidrich Johnson~ Parks Foreman~ Fraser Valley Sports Complex Pole Creek Golf Club Mary Moynihan ~ Clubhouse Manager ~ mary@polecreekgolf.com Craig Cahalane ~ Golf Course Superintendent ~ craig@polecreekgolf.com Sarah Marty ~ Food & Beverage Manager ~ sarah@polecreekgolf.com John Amundsen ~ Head Chef Troy Iacovetto ~ Assistant Superintendent ~ troy@polecreekgolf.com Clint Iacovetto ~ Equipment Manager

Program Registration Guidelines SPECIALTY PROGRAM REGISTRATION Fraser Valley Rec continues to offer programming at all district facilities, including GPCRC. Please reference the activity guide for further details. This programming remains separate from recreation center memberships with the standard in-district and out-of-district rates. Discounts will be offered to GPCRC members for some fitness, aquatics and gymnastic classes offered at the GPCRC. Registrations for classes and programs are taken during business hours by phone, on-line, or in-person, and are taken on a first-come, first-served basis. Internet registration is available 24 hours a day at www.fraservalleyrec.org. Payment MUST be made at time of registration. Outstanding balances must be paid in full prior to new registrations. FRIDAY FIELD TRIP REGISTRATION **PLEASE REGISTER A MINIMUM OF 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR FIELD TRIPS!** If you are not pre-registered your child may not be able to attend the trip. You may register for field trips by phone (970) 726-8968 x.0, on-line www.fraservalleyrec.org, or in-person at the GPCRC. ON-LINE REGISTRATION To register on-line you must be in our computer system. If you are not in our system please contact us. Membership to GPCRC is not required. Your login and password will be your Household ID which can be found on any FVMRD receipt or call us at 726-8968 to obtain that information. FITNESS CLASS REGISTRATION You MUST pre-register to ensure your spot in a class. You may cancel according to our cancellation policy in our member handbook. If you fail to cancel and don’t show you will be charged. Members may purchase fitness punch cards. Non-members pay daily admission fee plus $5 per class. Fitness program schedules change monthly. New program calendars are posted prior to the 23rd of each month on our website www.fraservalleyrec.org to view the calendars. To receive our e-blasts please e-mail your e-mail address to michelle@fraservalleyrec.org.

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2017 Opening Day - Winter Park Resort 19th Annual Holiday Craft Fair - Grand Park Community Recreation Center Off Piste Film Festival - Hideaway Park Village Tree Lighting Ceremony - Winter Park Resort Holiday Market - Winter Park Resort Fall on Snow Camp - Snow Mountain Ranch Smokin' Moe's Analog Son - WP 2018 Lion's Club Festival of Trees - Grand Park Community Rec Center Ullrs Tavern Southern Avenue - Winter Park New Belgium Mary Jane Ale Can Launch Party - Mary Jane Tommelfest and Holiday Gift Market Festival - Devil's Thumb Ranch Demo Days - Winter Park Resort Women's Classic Ski Clinic - Devil's Thumb Ranch Granby Ranch Opening Day Santa Visit the Village - Winter Park Resort USSA Sync Cup - Winter Park Resort Wish Lantern Festival - Hideaway Park Break the Ice Weekend - Snow Mountain Ranch Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade & Fireworks - Winter Park Resort New Years Eve Celebration - Granby Ranch 2018 NSCD Winter Park Open - Winter Park Resort Fat Tire Friday Music - Winter Park Resort Winter Games - Granby Ranch Snow Mountain Classic - Snow Mountain Ranch CO Mountain Mushers Dog Sled Race - Snow Mountain Ranch FIS Surefoot Alpine Race - Winter Park Resort Coors Light Music Series - Winter Park Resort Intro to AT Skiing Program - Snow Mountain Ranch Women's Classic Ski Clinic - Devils Thumb Ranch Grand County Concert Series (Poulenc Trio) - Tabernash USCSA Apline Race Series - Winter Park Resort Break the Ice Weekend - Snow Mountain Ranch Disco Skate Night at The Village at Winter Park - Winter Park Resort Brett Dennan Concert - Winter Park CHSAA Alpine Race -Winter Park Resort 5th Annual Stagecoach Classic - Devils Thumb Ranch & Winter Park VANS King of the Grommets - Winter Park Resort Rocky Mountain Masters - Winter Park Resort

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2018 CHSAA Alpine Race - Winter Park Resort Fat Tire Friday Music - Winter Park Resort Daddy Daughter Dance - Inn at Silver Creek Break the Ice Weekend - Snow Mountain Ranch Rocky Mountain Freestyle Moguls - Winter Park Resort Coors Light Music Series - WPR Disco Skate Night at The Village at Winter Park - Winter Park Resort Grand County Concert Series (Miami String Quartet) - Tabernash Winter Park Resort's Uphill Battle - Winter Park Resort Village Mardi Gras Celebration - Winter Park Resort Ski, Spa, and Sip - Devil's Thumb Ranch Mardi Gras Show - Winter Park USSA Sync Cup - Winter Park Resort Break the Ice Weekend - Snow Mountain Ranch USASA Ski Slopestyle - Winter Park Resort FIS Surefoot Alpine Race - Winter Park Resort Wells Fargo Cup - Winter Park Resort IFSA Freestyle Competition -Winter Park Resort 2018 Grand County Classical Concert Series (Atos) - Tabernash Rocky Mountain Freestyle Divisionals - Winter Park Resort Fat Tire Friday Music - Winter Park Resort Doohicket Derby - Granby Ranch Break the Ice Weekend - Snow Mountain Ranch Coors Light Music Series - Winter Park Resort USSA Alpine U16 Championships - Winter Park Resort Disco Skate Night at The Village at Winter Park - Winter Park Resort Break the Ice Weekend - Snow Mountain Ranch Snow Mountain Ranch Stampede - Snow Mountain Ranch Grand County Blues Society show at Smokin' Moe's - Winter Park Rocky Mountain RQS Race - Winter Park Resort St. Patrick's Day Celebration - Granby Ranch St. Patrick's Day Celebration - Winter Park Resort VANS King of the Grommets - Winter Park Resort Rocky Mountain Dual Comp - Winter Park Resort Grand County Classical Concert Series (Liana Paniyeva) - Tabernash Break the Ice Weekend w/Spring Festival - Snow Mountain Resort Patron Spring Music Series - Winter Park Resort 2018 Meltdown Race - Granby Ranch Golden Bunny Egg Hunt & Race - Winter Park Resort Winter Park Ski - Music Festival - Winter Park Grand County Concert Series (Spanish Brass) - Tabernash Patron Spring Music Series - WPR Winter Park Ski - Music Festival - Winter Park Winter Park Ski - Music Festival - Winter Park Springtopia - Winter Park Resort Annual Monster EnergyÂŽ Classic Spring Splash - Winter Park Resort

Community Events

www.playwinterpark.com, 800-903-7275 All events and dates are subject to change.


FVMRD Events

Parent’s Night Out

Don’t forget about our Parents Night Out on select Fridays of each month from 4:30-8:30pm. Open for children age 3+ (must be potty trained). Let your kids have fun at the Rec while you enjoy time on the town! $18 per child. Pizza dinner included. MUST pre-register 726-8968 x0. Cancellations made at least 24 hours in advance will receive a household credit. Day of cancellations will not be refunded. Location: GPCRC Playful Penguin Room Instructor: Staff MIN/MAX: 4/12 Activity #

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Time

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Easter Egg Hunt Pool

This event is fun for kids ages 2 - 12 and we will have separate time frames for certain age groups. Kids will have the exciting chance to hunt for eggs in the water. Eggs will dispered in the pool area that is age appropriate. Children regardless of age MUST be accompanied by an adult. Please bring something for your children to gather their eggs in. All eggs are returned at the end of the hunt so that they can be used for the next session and you can pick up your bunny bag at end of the event at front desk. Fee covers child’s entry and bunny bag. Admission is required for adults who stay to play after. Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

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Sleepover - Grand Park Community Rec Center Lock-in An event for kids ages 6 and older! Join Emily and staff for a sleepover in the Gymnastic Studio at the Grand Park Community Rec Center. We will meet in the Playful Penguin Room between 3:00pm and 5:00pm. Please have everyone on-site by 5:00pm. We will enjoy a pizza dinner followed by swimming, a movie and popcorn. Don’t forget to pack swim suits, pajamas, sleeping bag and pillow. Breakfast will be fruit and doughnuts in the morning. The date conveniently coincides with the Grand Foundation Grand Gala so plan ahead! Location: GPCRC Playful Penguin Room Instructor: Emily Weida MIN/MAX: 8/30 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

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The dance is open to all ladies ages 3 and over with the male adult escort of their choice. Refreshments will be served. A D.J. will play music and we will have lots of contests; be prepared to have loads of fun! Please purchase your tickets by February 3rd to receive dinner discounts. Location: Inn at Silvercreek Instructor: Emily Weida MIN/MAX: 1/100 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

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6:30P-8:30P 6:30P-8:30P

$40/$45 $5/$5

Mother Son Game Night We are bringing back an old tradition! Join us for a night of fun. We’ll keep you busy with “minute to win it” games, activities and maybe a little mother vs son dodgeball. Location: Gymnasium at Rec Center Instructor: Emily Weida MIN/MAX: 10/50 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

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05/11-05/11 05/11-05/11

6:30P-9:00P 6:30P-9:00P

$15/$15 $5/$5 Second Child Fee

Dart Warz - Evening Adventure

Join us on one of the most loved field trips- Dart Warz! DART WARZ is the premier indoor foam dart battlefield. It is the coolest alternative to paintball for the whole family! Parents welcome to join us for this trip. We will meet the kids at Fraser Valley Elementary after school and drive down to DART WARZ stopping for pizza on the way. Location: FVE Classroom Instructor: Emily Weida MIN/MAX: 5/30 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

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05/03-05/03

3:30P-9:00P

$25/$30

Nutcracker Ballet Trip to Denver

Join us for a Christmas Tradition as we head to Ellie Caulkins Opera House in Denver for a Matinee productions of the Nutcracker. We will have lunch at Bubba Gumps prior to the performane. All ages are welcome, children under 5 MUST be accompanied by an adult. Fee includes lunch, transportaton and ticket to show. Tickets are limited so register today! Location: FVE Classroom Instructor: Emily Weida MIN/MAX: 5/15 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

163500-12

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12/22-12/22

9:00A-5:00P

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FVMRD Events

Daddy Daughter Dance


FVMRD Afterschool Programs

Afterschool Program

Are you looking for a safe, fun, supervised environment where your child can spend time after school? Have them join us at the FVMRD Afterschool Program located at Fraser Valley Elementary! Your child is able to grow their social skills, partake in physical activity, and receive academic support in a nurturing environment with experienced staff. A healthy snack will be provided, followed by a story/reading time, gym/outside time, homework time and/or an organized craft or free time. Location: FVE After School Classroom Instructor: Emily Weida & ASP Staff MIN/MAX: 1/30 Activity #

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$6 pre-reg; $8/24hrs prior Fee

Registration: As a Colorado school-age licensed program we are required to follow state regulations. Please complete all necessary forms prior to your child’s participation in our programs Forms for 2017-18 need to be completed online through CampDocs. Please contact Emily Weida at emily@fraservalleyrec.org, to receive these forms. Once you have completed the necessary forms, you can then register and pay for camp through FVMRD. 1. Online Registration: www.fraservalleyrec.org, click on: Register Now -> Register Here->Login-> Daycare -> Delete ASF in Keyword Search -> Type After School-> Click on Calendar button to left of Activity->Pick your days:) Please pay at time of registration. 2. Walk-in registration: Come to the GPCRC during normal hours of operation. 3. Call: the Grand Park Community Rec Center front desk at (970) 726-8968 X 0

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Drop-off: In the main FVE school parking lot, you will enter through the double brown doors (to the right of the flag-

pole/main entrance) The FVE classroom is immediately to your right once in the building. All field trips require a bag lunch (unless otherwise noted), snacks, weather appropriate attire (winter clothing for all winter trips - snowpants, boots, etc.), sturdy shoes, & a water bottle. Please send a swimsuit and towel for Rec Day “SWIM” days. If transportation is not advised due to weather, in-county activities will be planned. Visit our website for trip details. Location: FVE After School Classroom 8:00am-5:30pm Instructor: Emily Weida & Youth Program Staff MIN/MAX: 4/18 Activity #

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$33

Date & Day Trip

Friday, November 17 Grand Park Community Recreation Center *Monday, November 20 Grand Park Community Recreation Center & Pizza Lunch Provided *Tuesday, November 21 Bowling at Foundry *Wednesday, November 22 Thanksgiving Celebration Friday, December 1 Outdoor Adventure weather depending Friday, December 8 Grand Park Community Recreation Center Friday, December 15 Grand Adventures Tubing Hill Friday, December 22 Holiday Park & Pizza Lunch Provided *Wednesday, December 27 GPCRC and Movie *Thursday, December 28 Sledding and Subway Lunch provided *Friday, December 29 Underground Archery in Kremmling *Tuesday, January 2 Ice Skating and Lunch Provided *Wednesday, January 3 Cross country skiing and Casa Mexico Lunch Provided *Thursday, January 4 Swimming and Rick’s Lanyards NO FIELD TRIPS DURING 1.2.17-2.9.17 & 2.23.16 WP Resorts Ski School Multi week programs *Friday, February 16 Sledding and Hideaway Friday, March 2 Movie and GPCRC Friday, March 9 Historic Fraser Tubing Hill and Swimming Friday, March 16 Scavenger Hunt and Games and Lunch provided at New Hong Kong Friday, March 23 Sky Zone Friday, March 30 Easter Party * Holiday Break Field Trips *Monday, April 2 Denver Zoo All field trips are subject to change in the *Tuesday, April 3 Boondocks Fun Center case of unforseen circumstances. *Wednesday, April 4 WOW Children’s Museum * Thursday, April 5 GPCRC and Pizza Lunch Provided Friday, April 13 Grand Park Community Recreation Center Friday, April 20 Dart Warz Friday, April 27 Pepsi Center Tour Friday, May 4 Hike and Swimming Friday, May 11 St. Mary Glacier Hike and Ice Cream Friday, May 18 Olympic Training Center Tour and Garden of the Gods **7:30am-6:00pm *Friday, May 25 Local Day Friday, June 1 Country Boy Mine in Breckenridge No Trip Friday June 8th in preparation of Summer Camp Online Registration: www.fraservalleyrec.org, click on: Register Now -> Register Here-> Login-> Daycare -> Delete ASF in Keyword Search-> Type Field Trip-> Click on Calendar button to left of Activity->Pick your days:) You must pay at time of registration. Please ignore the unavailable note to right of activity. Other Registration: Come to the GPCRC during hours of operation or call front desk at (970) 726-8968 X 0 9

Friday Field Trips

2017-2018 Winter/Spring

FIELD TRIPS 48-HR ADVANCE REGISTRATION RECOMMENDED You must complete a profile on CampDoc.com prior to your child attending our state-licensed school-age programs. Please contact Emily Weida, Youth Program Supervisor, at emily@fraservalleyrec.org to complete CampDocs or answer any questions you might have. Field Trips will depart from the Fraser Elementary School classroom. Participants should arrive between 8:00am & 9:15am, as our scheduled day starts at 9:30am. Trips will return to the school by 4:45pm.


Teen Programs

Teen Nights

All Grand County Teens, come join us on the 3rdThursday of each month for Teen Night! This event will start at 8:30pm. Regular admission prior to 8:30pm. Please arrive between 8:30pm and 9:00pm when the facility closes to the public. We will hang out in the Natatorium, Gymnastic Studio and Gymnasium. Teens need to be picked up or driven home by 10:30pm. NO EXCEPTIONS! Location: GPCRC Instructor: Emily Weida and Youth Program Staff MIN/MAX: 10/70 Activity # 137200-11 137200-12 137200-13 137200-14 137200-15 137200-16 137200-17

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Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 11/16 8:30P-10:30P $5/$5 12/21 8:30P-10:30P $5/$5 01/18 8:30P-10:30P $5/$5 02/15 8:30P-10:30P $5/$5 03/15 8:30P-10:30P $5/$5 04/19 8:30P-10:30P $5/$5 05/17 8:30P-10:30P $5/$5

Teen Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt

Bring your friends and a flashlight to the Granby Soccer Dome for a flashlight Easter egg hunt! This free activity is open to all kids ages 6th grade and up. There will be music, food, a bonfire, tons of cool prizes, and even a grand prize for the golden egg! Date: Thursday, March 22nd Time: 7:30 - 9:00pm - Hunt begins promptly at 8:00pm Location: Granby Soccer Dome (teens meet at the Dome in Granby, NOT a program registration through Fraser Rec)

iFLY Indoor Skydiving - Teen and Adult Trip

Grab your friends to share in this thrilling experience! We will be driving down to iFLY indoor skydiving for the STEAM program. Included in the trip is STEAM experiments in the wind tunnel and 2 flights per person. Location: Meet at Grand Park Community Rec Center Instructor: Emily Weida MIN/MAX: 3/14 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

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8:45A - 4:30P $60/$65

Escape Room - Teen and Adult Trip

Join us as we partake in an adventure game of the Rocky Mountain Zephyr Runaway Train! Solve puzzles and clues before the train plummets off a cliff! Pizza dinner included in the cost of the trip. Please meet at the Grand Park Community Rec Center Lobby at 4:45P. Open to youth in 7th grade or older and adults encouraged to come have fun! Location: Rec Center Lobby Instructor: Emily Weida MIN/MAX: 5/12

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New! The Powder Cubs Ski/Board club is open to youth in 6th grade and older. Youth must be a high level skier(Level 7) and able to navigate all black runs safely. THIS IS NOT A LESSON PROGRAM. These Field Trips are for students interested in “hitting the slopes” with their friends and to provide an opportunity that promotes an atmosphere of self-confidence and responsibility. Each youth must have: • Valid Grand County Student ID or Season Pass Bring lunch and snack Be a level 7 Skier Be responsible to ski with friends Have own equipment A cell phone is preferable to contact chaperones and/or a “time telling device” We will leave from the Grand Park Community Recreation Center at 9:30am and return to the GPCRC at 3:00pm. We will park at the Mary Jane C-Lot. Lunch with be at the Mary Jane Lodge at Noon. All children MUST check-in at lunch and again at 2:30pm where we will head back to the vehicle as a group. * Please note that children ages 11 and older are allowed to be at the Rec Center unattended with an entry fee or pass prior and after. Location: Rec Center Lobby Instructor:Michelle Lawrence & Emily Weida MIN/MAX: 6/13 *NO CLASS 2/16 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

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Theater

Spring Break Theater Camp - THE LION KING with KIDSTAGE

“This will all be yours someday Simba. It’s an honor. This is the land of your people and it is your job to protect it and help it flourish.” When the King of the Pride Lands goes missing, his son must find himself and learn how to protect his land and his people. Join Simba and a lively cast of safari friends in this coming of age tale about what it means to believe in yourself and be a leader. Follow Simba, Nala, Timon, and Pumba as they confront the evil Scar and his mangy pack of hyenas in a battle to get their kingdom back. With a colorful cast of zebras, elephants, cheetahs, and giraffes, your child will have a blast tapping into their “animal” nature and learning what it means to work together and trust in your friends. Please bring a lunch and snack each day ! A final performance at 4pm on Friday. Location: Fraser Historic Church Instructor: Stephanie Fergusan with KIDSTAGE MIN/MAX: 15/20 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

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Youth Pottery

Working with clay helps children develop coordination, concentration, and teaches them how to transform ideas into creative expression. They will learn many different kinds of techniques such as: pinch method, coiling, slab work, wheel and various textured applications. Knowledge about the materials they use and kiln operation will also be gained. No experience is necessary. Fee includes materials, glazes, and firings. Please send your child with an extra snack! The 5th week will enjoy a pizza party and then parents and friends are invited at 4:30 to view and bring your pottery home. This class is open to First through Fifth Graders. Location: Program Building - Pottery Studio Instructor: Patty Alander MIN/MAX: 4/8 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 123400-01 6.5-14 Th 01/11-02/15 3:30P-5:00P $60/$65 123400-02 6.5-14 Th 02/22-03/22 3:30P-5:00P $60/$65 123400-03 6.5-14 Th 04/12-05/10 3:30P-5:00P $60/$65

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Art & Enrichment

Printmaking

Monotype printing is fun! You never know what you’re going to get, and you’ll love the myriad of textures and patterns! “Gelli Plate” printing allows you to create beautiful monotypes without a press, using materials anyone has around. * Children under 12 are welcome to attend with an adult at 5:30pm for an additional $10 dollars. Location: Program Building - Pottery Studio Instructor: Patty Alander MIN/MAX: 4/8


Art & Enrichment

Mosaic Glass Workshop Discover your creativity with this new Mosaic Stained Glass workshop. Make a garden stepping stone, redefine a vase, give a mirror or picture frame new life - the ideas are endless. Bring a small something from home or we will have a few items available. Glass and other materials included in class fee. Location: Program Building - Pottery Room Instructor: Patty Alander MIN/MAX: 3/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

343102-03

13-99

W

12/06-12/13

5:30P-7:30P

$40/$45

“Fun & Funky� Enamel Jewelry Workshop Discover the ancient art of fusing glass to metal. You will learn techniques in fabrication for enameling, metal preperation, kiln properties, firing methods, properties of enamel, and application of dry and wet materials. No previous experience in jewelry making, enameling, or metalworking needed. Location: Program Building - Pottery Studio Instructor: Patty Alander MIN/MAX: 4/8 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

343103-01 343103-02

13-99 13-99

M W

01/29-01/29 05/02-05/02

5:30P-7:00P 5:30P-7:00P

$35/$40 $35/$40

Jewelry Making

Create unique pieces of jewelry using a variety of metals and materials without a torch. A project based workshop, you will complete a variety of pieces. Location: Program Building - Pottery Studio Instructor: Patty Alander MIN/MAX: 4/8 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

143111-01

14-99

W

05/09-05/30

5:30P-7:30P

$55/$60

Art at Bistro 28!

Join Patty Alander at the Bistro 28 at Pole Creek Golf Club to enjoy an evening out and chance to be creative. Grab your friends and come out for a fun time. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Location: Bistro 28 at Pole Creek Golf Club Instructor: Patty Alander MIN/MAX: 4/8 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) Theme

543103-11 543103-12

16+ 16+

Sa Th

02/17-02/17 03/29-03/29

5:30P-7:30P 5:30P-7:30P

$25/$30 $25/$30

Pottery - Adult

Creative Canvas Creative Canvas

A basic to intermediate class introducing handbuilding techniques, including pinch, coil and slab construction. Also you will learn wheel throwing to make bowls, vases, cups and other vessel forms. Discover the joy of working with your hands. Location: Program Building - Pottery Studio NO CLASS Instructor: Patty Alander MIN/MAX: 4/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

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143400-04 143400-05 143400-06

15-99 Th 15-99 Th 15-99 Th

01/11-02/15* 5:30P-7:30P 02/22-03/22 5:30P-7:30P 04/12-05/10 5:30P-7:30P 14

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Dance & Cheer

Tumble for Cheer

This Co-ed Cheerleading class with a tumble focus is a dynamic blend of tumbling, jumps, stunts, dance and performance put together into one sport. It develops strength, flexibility, and spunk! Cheerleading teaches life lessons of teamwork, commitment, responsibility, and camaraderie. Your child will have so much fun!! The children may take the cow bus to the Grand Park Community Rec Center. Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio Instructor: Montana Cramer MIN/MAX: 4/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

525210-01

5-11

M

01/08-02/12

4:00P-5:00P

$50/$55

Zumba Kids

Kid Zumba allows kids to express themselves through freeing movement and play. It builds self-confidence, increases focus, and improves coordination and musicality. Each week we will learn new dances, play games, and rock out to fun kid-friendly music. It’s going to be a high energy “Kid Only Dance Party!” All we need is a beat! Miss Montana will meet the children at the FVE Flagpole at 3:30pm and walk them over to the church. Location: Fraser Historic Church Instructor: Montana Cramer MIN/MAX: 6/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

324200-1A

5-12

M

04/09-05/14* 3:30P-5:00P

$65/$70

Creative Movement

Little Movers is a structured class that will introduce young movers to the joy of dance. It incorporates dance, music, and games, while exploring storytelling through dance and movement. This course will assist your toddlers ability to dance, balance, jump, and leap through their world. Your “ Creative Little Mover” will have so much fun!! Participants MUST be potty trained. Location: Fraser Historic Church Instructor: Montana Cramer MIN/MAX: 4/10 Activity #

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3-5

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M

Date

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02/19-03/26

Fee(ID/OD)

4:45P-5:30P

$60/$65

Zumba® - Adult

Zumba takes the “work” out of workout! Mixing both low-intensity and high-intensity moves in an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. It’s a total workout, combining all elements of fitness: cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility. While rocking out to amazing music. It’s exercise in disguise. Super effective! Super fun! Classes may be cancelled during school breaks and holidays. Open to Men and Women.* Location: Fraser Historic Church Instructors: Montana Cramer & Karen Farbman MIN/MAX: 5/20 Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

17-102 17-102

M W

December - May December - May

5:45P-6:45P 5:45P-6:45P

$5per class* $5per class*

Instructor

Montana Cramer Montana Cramer

*Please sign in and pay $5 per class to the instructor at the church. This is a drop-in class, no need to pre-register. You may also a purchase a Zumba “Punch Pass” 10 punches for $45

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Hip-Hop Dance Club is for dancers with all levels of experience. It’s time to get ourselves moving to some awesome beats! This club offers students the opportunity to learn the foundation and basics of hip-hop dance while having fun and expressing themselves through movement. Each class will be comprised of a warm-up, a freestyle circle, and a chance to learn a new dance each time! Students should wear t-shirts, sweatpants, and sneakers to dance in. A water bottle for breaks and a healthy snack for before class are recommended! Instructor: Amanda Parsons MIN/MAX: 6/10 *NO CLASS 12/26,1/2 & 4/5 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) Location 123224-R1 6-12 Tu 11/28-01/16* 3:30P-5:00P $90/$95 GPCRC Fitness Studio 123224-R2 6-12 Th 01/25-03/01 3:30P-5:00P $90/$95 Fraser Historic 123224-R3 6-12 Th 03/08-04/19* 3:30P-5:00P $90/$95 Fraser Historic

Dance - Teen Hip Hop Club Hip-Hop Dance Club is for dancers with all levels of experience. It’s time to break it down to some awesome beats and learn the moves from your favorite music videos! This club offers teens the opportunity to learn the foundation and basics of hip-hop dance while having fun and expressing themselves through movement. Each class will be comprised of a warm-up, a freestyle circle, and a chance to learn a new dance each time! Students should wear t-shirts, sweatpants, and sneakers to dance in. A water bottle for breaks and a healthy snack before class are recommended! Instructor: Amanda Parsons MIN/MAX: 5/12 *NO CLASS 4/5 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) Location

123225-R5 123225-R6

13-18 Th 13-18 Th

01/25-03/01 03/08-04/19*

5:00P-6:30P 5:00P-6:30P

$90/$95 $90/$95

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“Striders” is designed for K-3rd graders for after school skiing. Students will learn both classic and skating techniques through a variety of games and exercises. Transportation and equipment is provided. We will meet outside the FVE gymnasium. Students MUST wear appropriate outdoor clothing including warm, water-proof coat, snow pants, hat, mittens or gloves, neck warmer and warm socks. Location: FVE Gymnasium Coordinator: Kayla Meyer MIN/MAX: 6/12 Activity # 128800-1A 128800-2A

Age K- 3rd Grade K- 3rd Grade

Day Tu Tu

Date 01/16-02/13 02/20-03/20

Time 3:30P-5:30P 3:30P-5:30P

Fee(ID/OD) $50/$55 $50/$55

Cross Country - “Cruisers”

3rd -5th graders join us after school for some outside fun and skiing. Students will learn both classic and skating techniques. Transportation and equipment is provided. We will meet outside the FVE gymnasium. Students MUST wear appropriate WARM outdoor clothing. Location: FVE Gymnasium Coordinator: MA Anderson MIN/MAX: 8/13 Activity # 128800-1B 128800-2B

Age 3rd - 5th 3rd - 5th

Day M M

Date 01/15-02/12 02/19-03/19

Time 3:30P-5:30P 3:30P-5:30P

Fee(ID/OD) $50/$55 $50/$55

Ice Skating - Polar Bear Club

This is a co-ed skating class. Students will learn to skate in a fun and playful environment. We will learn and develop basic skating skills through games and play. Transportation is available from FVE at 3:30. Please meet in the FVE lunch room after school. Students must wear appropriate outdoor clothing including warm water-proof coat, snow pants, helmet, mittens or gloves, and warm socks. A helmet is required. We will end the class @ 4:45, with 15 minutes for hot chocolate. Please pick up your child at the Fraser Sports Complex Ice Rink promptly at 5:00. Skates are available for rent for an additional $10 a session. Location: Ice Rink Instructor: Briana Helling MIN/MAX: 5/13 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

128601-02 128601-03

5-12 5-12

M M

01/15-02/05 02/12-03/12

3:30P-5:00P 3:30P-5:00P

$50/$55 $50/$55

Hockey - Introduction to

For boys with minimal skating experience who want to improve their skills and learn to play hockey. Helmet, skates and stick are required; a mouth guard is also recommended. Transportation is available from FVE at 3:30. Please meet in the FVE lunch room after school. Students MUST wear appropriate outdoor clothing including warm, water proof coat, snow pants, mittens or gloves, neck warmer and warm socks. We will end the class @ 4:45, with 15 minutes for hot chocolate. Please pick up your child at the Fraser Sports Complex Ice Rink promptly at 5:00. Skates are available for rent for an additional $10 a session. Location: IceBox Ice Rink Instructor: Dan Weida MIN/MAX: 5/13 Activity # Age 128700-1B 5.5-11 128700-2B 5.5-12

Day Date W 01/10-01/31 W 02/07-02/28

Time Fee(ID/OD) 3:30P-5:00P $50/$55 3:30P-5:00P $50/$55 19

Youth Winter Sports

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Youth & Adult Athletics

Bowling - After School Club

Wednesday after-school. Learn the basics of stance, ball handling and scoring; as well as the etiquette of bowling. Non Competitive fun will be the focus. This program is open to youth in 3rd - 5th grades. Kids may take the bus to Rec Center and walk over. (Includes instruction, shoes, ball, practice time and games each week) Location: The Foundry Instructor: Christy Horn MIN/MAX: 6/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

228114-W1

8-13

W

04/18-05/16

4:00P-5:00P

$55/$60

Bowling - Adult & Teen Workshops Need to work on your bowling skills? These Clinics with coach Christy Horn are designed around your needs as a group or individual. Each clinic includes a combination of on lane practice and discussion. These are $10.00 a clinic. Location: The Foundry Instructor: Christy Horn MIN/MAX: 4/15 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

238113-1F 238113-2F 238113-3F 238113-4F 238113-5F

15+ 15+ 15+ 15+ 15+

W W W W W

04/18-04/18 04/25-04/25 05/02-05/02 05/09-05/09 05/16-05/16

5:00P-6:00P 5:00P-6:00P 5:00P-6:00P 5:00P-6:00P 5:00P-6:00P

$10/$10 $10/$10 $10/$10 $10/$10 $10/$10

Youth Sports Camp - Winter

This sports camp is ideal for young children in Kindergarten through second grade who are looking to learn a variety of sports in a relaxed and fun environment. Each week a new sport will be taught with emphasis on safety, participation, fundamentals, and sportsmanship. Location: Gymnasium at Rec Center Instructor: Anthony Pezzetti MIN/MAX: 5/15 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

128121-1A 128121-2A

K-2nd K-2nd

F F

01/05-01/26 02/02-02/23

9:30A-10:45A $40/$45 9:30A-10:45A $40/$45

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The Grand County Youth Basketball League is a youth program designed to give participants a basic understanding of the rules, skills, and strategies of basketball. The league is open to all boys and girls in 3rd through 6th grade. 5th and 6th grade teams will be split by gender. All practices will be held at the Fraser Valley Elementary Gymnasium. Register by stopping by the Grand Park Community Recreation Center or by calling the Fraser Valley Recreation District (970) 726-8968 x.0 by December 8th, 2017. Interested in being a coach or team volunteer? Call Anthony Pezzeti at (970)726-5919 Location: FVE Gymnasium *No practice during Christmas Break Instructor: Anthony Pezzetti MIN/MAX: 10/60 Activity # Grade Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 126200-1A 3rd & 4th Tu,Th 12/12-03/01 3:30P-4:40P $60/$60 126200-2A 5th & 6th Tu,Th 12/12-03/01 4:50P-6:00P $60/$60 Game Schedule: Saturday (1/20, 1/27, 2/3, 2/24 & 3/3) @ East Grand Middle School & West Grand (PreK-8)

Youth Basketball Clinic

A one-day basketball clinic will be offered to all ages on Saturday, December 3rd The clinic will be held in the Grand Park Community Recreation Center Gymnasium from 9AM – 11AM. Brush up on your skills and get ready for the 2018 season. Fees are $10. Coaches are encouraged to attend. Location: GPCRC Gymnasium Instructor: Anthony Pezzetti & Jeff Ehlert MIN/MAX: 10/60 Activity # 16-17

Grade All

Day Sa

Date 01/06

Time 9:00-11:00A

Fee(ID/OD) $10/10

Youth Volleyball 2018

This league is for all boys and girls in grades 3rd through 6th wanting to participate in an introductory Youth Volleyball League. The goal of the Fraser Valley Recreation District Youth Volleyball program is for all participants to learn the game, develop skills, and ultimately have fun. Practices will be held at the Fraser Valley Elementary School. Register online or at the Grand Park Community Recreation Center. Interested in being a coach or team volunteer? Call Anthony Pezzeti at (970)726-5919 Location: FVE Gymnasium Instructor: Anthony Pezzetti MIN/MAX: 11/60 Activity # 126600-01 126600-02

Age 3rd & 4th 5th & 6th

Day Date Tu,Th 03/13-04/26 Tu,Th 03/13-04/26

Time 3:30P-4:40P 4:50P-6:00P

Fee(ID/OD) $60/$60 $60/$60

Fraser Valley Lacrosse Club The not-for-profit Fraser Valley Lacrosse Club was established in February 2016

as a resource to provide lacrosse opportunities in Grand County. We teach lacrosse based on the values of team work, fair play and enjoyment of the sport. If your are interested please contact us: John Vella - (970) 509-9778 jcvella15@yahoo.com or John Niedzwiecki - (720) 315-9240 johncniedzwiecki@gmail.com.

Adult & Youth Hockey

Registration will begin in November so get your teams organized for league play. As always our hope is to begin games in early December. Please call or email questions to: Dan Osborne 970-509-9700 or dan@acugc.com (preferred) PLEASE NOTE ALL HOCKEY REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE AT

www.fraservalleyhockey.com

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2017/2018

Please contact Winter Park Resort Resort directly for fee information or to register for programs. winterparkresort.com (970)726-1563

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Fridays Saturdays December Sundays December Saturdays March Sundays March Saturdays April

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SNOW SCHOOL

Winter Park Ski + Ride School’s multi-week Programs are nothing like your typical School. 2017-2018 Season Every day is recess with friends! The Programs can accommodate children from age 3 to 14. Whether you choose the 7 week Program, 5 week Program, or the 3 week Program, your kids will have a blast while making new friends, and developing new skills on the slopes. Groups are broken down by age and ability level, from beginner to expert.

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Multi -Week Program - 5-Week Sessions

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Ranch Rippers

Mustangs

Multi-week program for Grand County kids, ages 5 to 12

Multi-week program for Grand County kids, ages 5 to 12

Sunday Dates: Jan 21, 28, Feb 4, 11, 25 Time: 10:00 am-3:00 pm

Dates: Jan 12, 19,26, Feb 2, 9 Time: 1:00pm-3:00 pm

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Multi-week program for Grand County kids, ages 5 to 12

tivities, games, and competition. More advanced participants

The Mustang program is designed to challenge and refine the

will explore the terrain park and be introduced to racing. Lunch

existing skills of beginner and intermediate skiers and riders.

included.

Our instructors will teach the fundamentals necessary to con-

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PRIOR TO LEAGUE PLAY ARE ON TUESDAYS 6:00PM-8:30PM UNTIL NOVEMBER 21ST.

Adult Basketball League No matter your skill level, come and enjoy a fun night of basketball on Tuesdays at the Fraser Valley Elementary School. Create a team or join one as a free agent for your chance to be crowned league champion. Looking to be a free agent? Please e-mail anthony@fraservalleyrec.org Location: FVE Gymnasium Instructor: Anthony Pezzetti MIN/MAX: 1/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

146601-15

18+

Tu

12/05-02/20

6:15P-10:00P $325/$325

Adult Volleyball Open Gym

Come join us for Open Gym at the Grand Park Community Rec Center, December 6-20 from 5:30-7:30pm. This is an opportunity to play prior to League play.

Adult Volleyball League

Create a team or join one as a free agent to enjoy a fun night of Volleyball on Wednesdays at the Grand Park Community Recreation Center. This is a recreational league open to everyone aged 16+. Location: GPCRC Gymnasium Instructor: Anthony Pezzetti MIN/MAX: 0/50 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

146600-17

16+

W

01/10-03/14

5:30P-10:00P $325/$325

Adult Curling Clinic/League

Curling is the sport of sliding stones down the ice in an attempt to get your stones closer to the target than your opponent. Join the recreational adult league suitable for curlers of all skill levels. An introduction to Curling Clinic will be offered prior to the beginning of the league. Curling equipment will be provided for all participants. More information will be available as we get closer to the season. Stay tuned!

Adult Winter Games

Create your team of four and enjoy this new exciting competition. Participants will strive to be crowned Winter Games champion in a different sport each week. Games will include Curling, Broomball, Cornhole, Pickleball, Volleyball, and Wiffleball. Location: Fraser Valley Sports Complex Instructor: Anthony Pezzetti MIN/MAX: 8/20 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

148800-17

18+

Th

01/18-03/018* 7:00P-9:00P

$200/$200

Adult Pickleball Doubles League

Find a partner and register today to join the fastest growing sport in the nation!! This exciting game is a combination of Ping-Pong, tennis, and badminton. Location: Gymnasium at Rec Center Instructor: Anthony Pezzetti MIN/MAX: 8/20 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

161000-17

18+

M

01/08-03/198* 7:00P-9:00P

$200/$200

Adult Hockey Registration will begin in November so get your teams organized for league play. As always our hope is to begin games in early December. Please call or email questions to: Dan Osborne 970-509-9700 or dan@acugc.com (preferred) PLEASE NOTE ALL HOCKEY REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE AT

www.fraservalleyhockey.com

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Red Cross Classes

Red Cross Babysitter Training & Bootcamp The Babysitting Basics course is ideal for current and future babysitters. It will teach them the best ways to be safe and keep children in their care safe. It comes from the American Red Cross which is a nationally recognized leader in health and safety training. This class will prepare you with the necessary skills to be a qualified babysitter. This training shows you how to respond to emergencies and recognize safety issues that you might face with pre-school and younger children. The cost of the class includes a textbook. Pre-registration is required. Please bring snacks and a lunch.* Babysitting Bootcamp is held both Friday & Saturday and includes Full CPR & 1st Aid Training with AED Certification. Location: GPCRC South Classroom Instructor: Emily Weida MIN/MAX: 4/12 Activity # 533317-11A 533317-11B 533317-5A 533317-5B

Age 11-15 11-15 11-15 11-15

Day F F & Sa F F &S a

Date 12/01-12/01 12/01-12/02 05/04-05/04 05/05-05/05

Time 8:00A-3:00P 8:00A-3:00P 8:00A-3:00P 8:00A-3:00P

Fee(ID/OD) $75/$80 $95/$100* $75/$80 $95/$100*

Blended Learning Red Cross CPR & 1st

This course will prepare you to recognize and care for a variety of first aid, breathing, and cardiac emergencies involving adults and meets OSHA/workplace requirements. This is a blended learning course including an online portion and an instructor-led classroom skill session. The online portion must be completed prior to attending the in-class portion and must be taken on a PC or tablet with a high speed Internet connection. Allow approximately 2 hours 5 minutes to complete the online portion. Upon successful completion of this course you will receive a digital certificate for Adult First Aid/CPR/AED valid for two years. Students must bring proof of completion of online program in order to attend the hands-on session. There will be an on-line fee of $25 when you receive the link from our instructor upon your registration. There will be a $45 FVMRD Registration fee. Location: North Classroom Instructor: Emily Weida MIN/MAX: 4/8 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

543207-3C 543207-4C

11-99 11-99

W W

01/24-01/24 03/21-03/21

6:00P-8:00P 6:00P-8:00P

$45/$50 $45/$50

Red Cross Lifeguard Training- Blended Learning For anyone 15 years or older who is looking to take on the challenge of learning a new skill set, Red Cross Lifeguarding is the class for you. Participants should expect to be swimming everyday. There is a pre-test at the start of the course that includes a 300 yard swim and retrieving a brick from the bottom of the deep end. You will need to pass the pre-test in order to continue with the course. Min 6 / Max 10 This will be a blended learning class, which involves online prep work prior to class start through the Red Cross Website. There is a small fee required for the on-line portion paid directly to the Red Cross. Details will be sent to you at time of registration. Completion of class does not constitute an offer of employment with the Fraser Valley Metropolitan Recreation District. An offer of employment may be made after applicants obtain a lifeguarding certification but employment is not guaranteed. Location: North Classroom Instructor: Julyann Hill MIN/MAX: 3/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

541609-2A

15-99

M-F

02/05-02/09

5:00P-9:00P

$150/$155

Red Cross Lifeguard Training

For anyone 15 years or older who is looking to take on the challenge of learning a new skill set, Red Cross Lifeguarding is the class for you. Participants should expect to be swimming everyday. There is a pre-test at the start of the course that includes a 300 yard swim and retrieving a brick from the bottom of the deep end. You will need to pass the pre-test in order to continue with the course. Min 6 / Max 10 An offer of employment may be made after applicants obtain a lifeguarding certification but employment is not guaranteed. Location: North Classroom Instructor: Julyann Hill MIN/MAX: 3/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

541609-4A

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15-99

F-Su

04/20-04/22

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8:00A-6:00P

$200/$205


Grand Park Community Recreation Center * Many Features have specific time schedules and /or are only available for scheduled programming

Please bring your own towels and locks! We have them for sale only. Facility Hours of Operation Monday – Friday 6:00am – 9:00pm Saturday 7:30am – 9:00pm Sunday 10:00am – 6:00pm Pool closes 30 minutes before facility close

Holiday Hours 2017 - 2018

Thanksgiving Day Christmas Eve Christmas Day New Years Eve New Years Day

CLOSED 10:00am - 4:00pm CLOSED 10:00am - 4:00pm 10:00am - 9:00pm

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Grand Park Community Rec Center

Fitness Center

Fitness area is open during all recreation center hours. Complimentary youth and adult orientations are available by appointment. ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■

Children must be 13 years or older to use the fitness area, 13-14 yr olds must be supervised by a guardian Children ages 13-17 must complete a fitness orientation prior to using equipment Children must be 13 years or older to use the indoor track unless accompanied by a guardian Children must be 16 years or older to attend a fitness class unless accompanied by a guardian

FITNESS PROGRAM SCHEDULES CHANGE MONTHLY. NEW PROGRAM CALENDARS AND CLASS DESCRIPTIONS ARE POSTED PRIOR TO THE 23RD OF EACH MONTH. PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE WWW.FRASERVALLEYREC.ORG. TO VIEW OUR MONTHLY FITNESS CALENDARS.

Climbing Wall Open climbing is allowed during recreation center hours except during scheduled climbing programs or private rentals. You must be belay certified and sign a release waiver. Please bring your own gear. You can get a belay certification by our staff during scheduled program hours. Please do not boulder above twice your height. Please see the front desk for waivers and schedules. Open Gymnasium The gymnasium is open during recreation center hours for open basketball. There are scheduled times for open volleyball and pickle ball. Please see front desk for schedule. Note: gym can be closed for private rentals and signage will be posted in advance. Gymnastics Studio The gymnastics studio is used for scheduled programs and private rentals only. Please see gymnastic and tramp pages in our brochure or visit our website www.fraservalleyrec.org or pick-up a gymnastics and tramp schedule for a list of programs. Playful Penguins Childcare *HOURS CHANGE MONTHLY PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE www.fraservalleyrec.org or call (970) 726-8968 x.0 ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■

$ 5.00 / hour or Members may purchase a 10-punch for $30.00 (effective January 1, 2018) Ages 6 months through 8 years First come; first serve (Maximum of 7, 3 under 18 months) 2 hour limit per child Guardian must remain on site at facility at all times No diaper changing available (guardians will be paged if necessary)

Don’t forget about our Parents Night Out Friday nights of each month from 4:30-8:30pm. Open for children age 3+ (must be potty trained). Let your kids have fun at the GPCRC while you enjoy time on the town! Please send a

swimsuit and towel, we may splash around. $18 per child, includes pizza dinner. MUST pre-register 726-8968 x 0 or on-line at www.fraservalleyrec.org.

Facility Rentals For Grand Park Community Recreation Center facility rental information, please visit our website and contact Robin Dresen at 970-726-8968 x 103 or robin@fraservalleyrec.org. To rent fields or the “The IceBox” Ice Rink at the Fraser Valley Sports Complex, please contact Austin DeGarmo at 970-726-5919 or austin@fraservalleyrec.org

PLEASE book your facility rentals two weeks in advance!

REGISTRATION FOR THE NEXT MONTHS GYMNASTICS PROGRAMS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE 15TH OF EACH MONTH PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE WWW.FRASERVALLEYREC.ORG. TO VIEW ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS AVAILABLE DURING THE HOLIDAYS

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Youngsters that are interested in getting more comfortable in the water are invited to join the entry level of the After School Swim Club. The group is meant for kids in the skill levels of 1-2 in the Learn to Swim program. We encourage that all participants be comfortable in the water and prefer that they have done at least one session of regular swimming lessons; however, this is not a requirement. The sessions are one hour in length, with the last 10 to 15 minutes set aside for play! There is a little of everything: Stroke Refinement, Personal Survival, Team Games, Buoyancy and Diving and the always popular playtime! Each session will be a different game to pique the participants interest. During the course, sessions will seek to improve the basic strokes and water skills as well as introduce more advanced techniques with safety and confidence in the water remaining a priority. Location: GPRC Leisure Pool Instructor: Laura Barnhardt MIN/MAX: 4/8 Activity # 521223-12A 521223-12B 521223-01 521223-01B 521223-02 521223-02B 521223-03 521223-03B 521223-04 521223-04B 521223-05 521223-05B

Age 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11

Day Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu

Date 12/05-12/19 12/05-12/19 01/09-01/30 01/09-01/30 02/06-02/27 02/06-02/27 03/06-03/27 03/06-03/27 04/10-04/24 04/10-04/24 05/01-05/29 05/01-05/29

Time 4:00P-5:00P 5:00P-6:00P 4:00P-5:00P 5:00P-6:00P 4:00P-5:00P 5:00P-6:00P 4:00P-5:00P 5:00P-6:00P 4:00P-5:00P 5:00P-6:00P 4:00P-5:00P 5:00P-6:00P

Fee(M/NM) $25/$30 $25/$30 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $25/$30 $25/$30 $45/$50 $45/$50

Swim Club - Sharks

Talented swimmers who have mastered all four competitive strokes (front crawl/freestyle, breast stroke, butterfly, and backstroke), or levels 3 – 4 in the Learn to Swim program. In this more advanced group sessions will focus on Diving Skills, Personal Survival, Rookie Lifeguard, Water Polo, Team Games, Advanced Stroke Technique, Competition Racing, and of course playtime! They will learn how to gear themselves up for a more competitive approach to swimming while having fun! This is a great stepping stone for any youngster interested in joining the swim team or is looking to continue getting instruction. Location: GPCRC Lap Pool Instructor: Laura Barnhardt MIN/MAX: 4/8 Activity # 521217-12 521217-12B 521218-01 521218-01B 521218-02 521218-02B 521218-03 521218-03B 521218-04 521218-04B 521218-05 521218-05B

Age 5-12 5-12 5-12 5-12 5-12 5-12 5-12 5-12 5-12 5-12 5-12 5-12

Day Th Th Th Th Th Th Th Th Th Th Th Th

Date 12/07-12/21 12/07-12/21 01/11-01/25 01/11-01/25 02/01-02/22 02/01-02/22 03/01-03/29 03/01-03/29 04/05-04/26 04/05-04/26 05/03-05/31 05/03-05/31

Time 4:00P-5:00P 5:00P-6:00P 4:00P-5:00P 5:00P-6:00P 4:00P-5:00P 5:00P-6:00P 4:00P-5:00P 5:00P-6:00P 4:00P-5:00P 5:00P-6:00P 4:00P-5:00P 5:00P-6:00P

Find Child Care ● Parenting Resources and Classes ● ● Support for Child Health and Development ● www.grandbeginnings.org l 970-725-3391

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Fee(M/NM) $25/$30 $25/$30 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $45/$50 $45/$50 $25/$30 $25/$30 $45/$50 $45/$50

Aquatics

Swim Club - Minnows


Aquatics

Parent & Child - Swim Lessons

Ages 6 months to 3 years. This class is for young children to become comfortable in and around the water. Parents will assist their child in the water learning to blow bubbles, putting their faces in the water, breath control, floating and kicking their feet. Families with multiples please note that an adult must accompany each child. Swim diapers must be worn in the pool by all children. Location: GPRC Natatorium Instructor: Laura Barnhardt MIN/MAX: 3/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

511113-5A

.6-3

F

05/04-05/25

9:00A-9:30A

$35/$40

Swim Lessons - Preschool

Designed for first time swimmers. Skills to be learned are how to enter independently, using either the ladder steps or side, travel at least 5 yards, submerge to mouth and blow bubbles for at least 3 seconds, then safely exit the water. While in shallow water, glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to back and float on back for 3 seconds, then recover to a vertical position. (All can be done with support.) Admission is required for adults who stay to play after. Location: GPRC Natatorium Instructor: Laura Barnhardt MIN/MAX: 3/8 Activity #

511133-05

Age

3-5

Day

F

Date

05/04-05/25

Time

9:30A-10:00A

Fee(M/NM)

$35/$40

Swim Lessons - School-age This American Red Cross sponsored class is open to all school age children. Levels one and two are offered at the 10:00am times and levels three and four are offered at the 10:45am time. If your child is above a level four, we encourage them to join our Stingray Swim Club. Admission is required for adults who stay to play after. Location: GPRC Natatorium Instructor: Laura Barnhardt

MIN/MAX: 4/16

Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(M/NM)

521113-5A 521113-5B

5-12 5-12

F F

05/04-05/25 05/04-05/25

10:00A-10:45A 10:45A-11:30A

$35/$40 $35/$40

Level 1-2 3-4

Swim Lessons Level Descriptions WATER EXPLORATION: (Level 1) Provides an introduction and foundation for aquatic skills: 1) floating and kicking on front and back, 2) alternating arm action, 3) water safety rules and how to get help, 4) reaching assists and 5) fundamentals of using life jacket. PRIMARY SKILLS: (Level 2) Continues the fundamentals of Level 1. Includes the following skills: 1) introduction to elementary backstroke, 2) rhythmic breathing, 3) swimming on front & back, 4) reaching assists and 5) introduction of rescue breathing. STROKE READINESS: (Level 3) Increases swimming skills, safety practices and rescue skills. Includes 1) introduction to elementary backstroke, 2) jumping into water with life jacket, 3) diving from the side of pool, 4) treading water, 5) self-rescue skills, 6) and rescue breathing. STROKE DEVELOPMENT: (Level 4) Continues to develop confidence and competence in strokes and safety skills and introduces breaststroke and sidestroke. Includes 1) deep water bobbing, 2) diving from the side of the pool, 3) breaststroke and sidestroke, 4) turns and 5) introduction to C.P.R.

Splash Time

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Play, Splash, Socialize!

Round up the kids on Friday mornings and come splash around with fellow parents and kids. Splash Time is for kids of .3-5years for weekly socialization and fun. Jump in the leisure pool, play on the slide,cruise the lazy river, and make new friends. Fridays 10-11am – just cost of daily entry (children 2 swim and under are free!)

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Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

521032-01 521032-02 521032-03 521032-04 521032-05

7-16 7-16 7-16 7-16 7-16

Th Th Th Th Th

01/11-01/25 02/01-02/22 03/01-03/29 04/12-04/26 05/03-05/31

4:00P-5:00P 4:00P-5:00P 4:00P-5:00P 4:00P-5:00P 4:00P-5:00P

$25/$30 $35/$40 $45/$50 $25/$30 $45/$50

Peak Swim Team

Peak Swim Team encourages youth to participate, develop and improve their swimming skills while recognizing individual achievements, efforts and contributions to team goals. Participants must be able to swim one length of the pool freestyle with rhythmic breathing, unassisted and continuously. This is a team that will be coached, not lessons. This is a great opportunity to stay in shape and for those who have completed the Sting Ray Swim Club and those with swim experience past level four. Location: Lap Pool Instructor: Megan O’Hara MIN/MAX: 4/24 Activity #

521318-01 521318-02

Age

5-17 5-17

Day

T & TH T & Th

Date

01/09-03/29 04/10-05/31

Time

5:00P-6:00P 5:00P-6:00P

Fee(M/NM)

$150/$1555 $100/$105

Season

Winter Spring

Masters / Triathlon Swim Training

This class is for competitive swimmer, triathletes and open water swimmers who want to improve overall fitness and endurance by increasing efficiency, strength and speed through stroke technique, drills and more. Location: Lap Pool Instructor: Julyann Hill MIN/MAX: 3/24 Activity #

441306-01 441306-02 441306-03 441306-04 441306-05 441306-12

Age

18-99 18-99 18-99 18-99 18-99 18-99

Day

Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

Date

Time

01/02-01/30 02/01-02/27 03/01-03/29 04/03-04/26 05/01-05/31 12/05-12/28

Fee(ID/OD)

6:15A-7:15A 6:15A-7:15A 6:15A-7:15A 6:15A-7:15A 6:15A-7:15A 6:15A-7:15A

$75/$90 $65/$80 $75/$90 $65/$80 $85/$100 $65/$80

Private Swim Lessons

18 years and older – Students will be provided the knowledge needed to make swimming fitness part of a long term healthy lifestyle. Beginner swimmer will be introduced to breath control, front and back float, kicking and basic freestyle and backstroke. Intermediate swimmers are taught all 4 swim strokes with emphasis on technique. Call Julyann Hill or e-mail julyann@fraservalleryreclorg to schedule or for more information.

Private Swim Coaching

18 years and older – Learn how to increase your fitness through stroke technique and drills and all aspects of competition swimming in a one to one environment. Call Julyann Hill or e-mail julyann@fraservalleryreclorg to schedule or for more information.

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Aquatics

Stingray - Swim Club This is a non-competitive conditioning program promoting health and wellness through stroke technique and refinement of the 4 competitive swimming strokes. Swimmers must have completed swim lessons through level 4 and can swim 25yards comfortably without stopping. This is a transitional program into the Peak Swim Team. Location: Lap Pool Instructor: Julyann Hill & Staff MIN/MAX: 3/12


Pole Creek Golf Club

Full Moon Cross Country Ski / Snowshoes Follow the solar lights around the course and join us at the bonfire for complimentary Hot Chocolate. Finish with dinner at Bistro 28 featuring delicious Homemade Desserts.

JANUARY 6, FEBRUARY 3 & MARCH 3 For dinner reservations, please call (970)887-9797


NOVEMBER GYMNASTICS

SCHEDULE

2017

NOVEMBER 2017 GYMNASTICS SCHEDULE

PLEASE REMEMBER TO SIGN UP AHEAD OF TIME TO GUARANTEE A SPOT Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

515441 Kidnastics 9:30-10:30am Ages 3.5-5

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

515600 EEC - Pre K Sept 28 -Nov 16 9:30-10:30am

515600 EEC - Toddlers Oct 3 - Nov 21 10:3011:30am

515611 Grand Kids Pre-K Oct 4 - Nov 22 10:00-11:00am

565411 565411 Family 515612 Family Gymnastics Gymnastics Learning Center 10:00-11:30am 10:00-11:30am Pre-K Ages Ages 10:30 -11:30 6 months - 8 years 6 months - 8 years 9/7 - 11/2 Tumble Parties 12:00-3:30pm

Tumble Parties 12:00-3:30pm

Home School Gymnastics 2:30- 3:30pm 525402 Ninja Kids 525208 Kindergarten (Co- Ninja Warriorettes ed) 4:00-5:00pm 4:00-5:00pm 525201 Boys Gymnastics 5:00 -6:30pm

525204 Alpine Aerials Competitive Girls Gymnastics 5:00-7:30pm

525204 Alpine Aerials Competitive Girls Gymnastics 5:00-7:30pm

525103 Ninja Warriors (Boys Only) 4:00-5:00pm 525203 Girls Pre Team 5:00 - 6:30

445511 Adult Trampoline 7:30- 8:30 pm

THANKSGIVING WEEK GYMNASTICS

565511 Trampoline Age 8+ 5:00-6:00pm

SCHEDULE 2017

THANKSGIVING WEEK 2017 GYMNASTICS SCHEDULE PLEASE REMEMBER TO SIGN UP AHEAD OF TIME TO GUARANTEE A SPOT

Monday

Tuesday 515441 Kidnastics 9:30-10:30am Ages 3.5-5 515600 EEC - Toddlers Oct 3 - Nov 21 10:3011:30am

Wednesday

Friday

565411 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

515611 Grand Kids Pre-K Oct 4 - Nov 22 10:00-11:00am

Home School Gymnastics 2:30- 3:30pm

525204 Alpine Aerials Competitive Girls Gymnastics 5:00-7:30pm

Thursday

Facility Closed

Tumble Parties 12:00-3:00pm

Saturday 565411 Family Gymnastics 9:30-10:50am Ages 6 months - 8 years

Sunday

565411 Family Gymnastics 11:00-12:20am Ages 6 months - 8 years

565411 Family Gymnastics 10:30-12:00pm Ages 6 months - 8 years

Tumble Parties 1:00-4:00pm

565511 Trampoline Age 8+ 5:00-6:00pm

565511 Trampoline Age 8+ 5:00-6:00pm

565511 Trampoline Age 8+ 5:00-6:00pm

565511 Trampoline Age 8+ 5:00-6:00pm

565511 Trampoline Age 8+ 4:45-5:45pm

445511 Adult Trampoline 7:30- 8:30 pm

IF YOUR CHILD WILL BE ARRIVING AT THE REC AT 4PM AND NEED SUPERVISION UNTIL A 5PM PROGRAM, A $10 FEE WILL BE ADDED UPON REGISTRATION. THEY WILL BE ABLE TO DO HOMEWORK AND PLAY GAMES WITH STAFF. 31

Gymnastics

NO REGULAR CLASSES DURING GRAND COUNTY SCHOOL BREAKS Sign up is monthly on the 15th of the month prior. YOU MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED EACH MONTH Register on-line at fraservalleyrec.org or call 970-726-8968 x 0


Gymnastics

DECEMBER GYMNASTICS SCHEDULE 2017 - 12/1 to 12/23 Monday

Tuesday

2017 Please DECEMBER remember to sign up ahead 12/1-12/23 of time to guarantee a spot

515441 Kidnastics 9:30-10:30am Ages 3.5-5

525201 Boys Gymnastics 5:00-6:30pm

Wednesday

525412 Home School Gymnastics 2:30-3:30pm 525208 Ninja Warriorettes 4:00-5:00pm

525204 Alpine Aerials Competitive Girls Gymnastics 5:00-7:30pm

525204 Alpine Aerials Competitive Girls Gymnastics 5:00-7:30pm

DECEMBER HOLIDAY

Friday

565412 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

565412 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am

525402 Ninja Kids Kindergarten (Co-ed) 4:00-5:00pm

Adult Trampoline 7:30-8:30pm

Thursday

Saturday

565412 Family Gymnastics 9:30-10:50am Ages 6 months - 8 years 565412 Family Gymnastics 11:00am - 12:20pm Ages 6 months - 8 years

Sunday

565412 Family Gymnastics 10:30-12:00pm Ages 6 months - 8 years Tumble Party 12:30-1:30pm

525103 Ninja Warriors (Boys only) 4:00-5:00pm

Tumble Parties 12:00pm-4:00pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 5:00-6:00pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 5:00-6:00pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 4:45-5:45pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 6:00-7:00pm

525203 Girls Pre Team 5:00-6:30pm

GYMNASTICS

Tumble Parties 1:00-4:00pm

SCHEDULE

2017

12/24/17 - 1/6/2018

DECEMBER HOLIDAY 12/24 -1/6ofRemember to sign-up and pay in advance! Please remember to sign up ahead time to guarantee a spot

Monday

Tuesday

565412 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

Wednesday

565412 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

Thursday

565412 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

565412 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

Saturday

Sunday

565412 Family Gymnastics 9:30-10:50am Ages 6 months - 8 years

565412 Family Gymnastics 11:00am - 12:20pm Ages 6 months - 8 years

525412 Home School Gymnastics 2:30-3:30pm

Facility Closed

565412 Family Gymnastics 10:30-12:00pm Ages 6 months - 8 years

Tumble Party 12:30-1:30pm

CHRISTMAS DAY 565512 Trampoline Age 6+ 4:00-5:00pm

565512 Trampoline Age 6+ 4:00-5:00pm

565512 Trampoline Age 6+ 4:00-5:00pm

525204 Alpine Aerials Girls Gymnastics 5:00-7:30pm NO CLASS 12/25

525204 Alpine Aerials Competitive Girls Gymnastics 5:00-7:30pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 5:00-6:00pm

445511 Adult Trampoline 7:30-8:30pm

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Tumble Parties 12:00pm-4:00pm

Tumble Parties 1:00-4:00pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 5:00-6:00pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 5:00-6:00pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 6:00-7:00pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 6:00-7:00pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 4:45-5:45pm No class 12/24


WINTER GYMNASTIC SCHEDULE January - March 2018 JANUARY THROUGH MARCH GYMNASTICS 2018 Please remember to sign up ahead of time to guarantee a spot

Monday

Tuesday 515441 Kidnastics 9:30-10:30am Ages 3.5-5

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

565412 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

515611 Grand Kids Toddlers 10:00-11:00am

525412 Home School Gymnastics 2:30-3:30pm

525201 Boys Gymnastics 5:00-6:30pm

525402 Ninja Kids Kindergarten (Co-ed) 4:00-5:00pm

525208 Ninja Warriorettes 4:00-5:00pm

525204 Alpine Aerials Competitive Girls Gymnastics 5:00-7:30pm

525204 Alpine Aerials Competitive Girls Gymnastics 5:00-7:30pm

Saturday

Sunday

565412 Family Gymnastics 9:30-10:50am Ages 6 months - 8 years 565412 Family Gymnastics 11:00am - 12:20pm Ages 6 months - 8 years

565412 Family Gymnastics 10:30-12:00pm Ages 6 months - 8 years Tumble Party 12:30-1:30pm

Tumble Parties 12:00pm-4:00pm

525103 Ninja Warriors (Boys only) 4:00-5:00pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 5:00-6:00pm

Tumble Parties 1:00-4:00pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 5:00-6:00pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 4:45-5:45pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 6:00-7:00pm

525203 Girls Pre Team 5:00-6:30pm

Adult Trampoline 7:30-8:30pm

Adult Trampoline & Open Gym

This program is for all level “jumpers” and Gymnasts. If it’s your first time we will introduce the basic bouncing skills of trampolining and tumbling and if you have experience come play! Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio Instructor: Certified Staff MIN/MAX: 4/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(M/NM)

565512

18+

Tu

Dec - March

7:30P-8:30P

$10

Trampoline & Open Gym

This is a semi-structured class designed for youth ages 8+ to experience supervised trampoline play and the opportunity to explore other gymnastics apparatus. Learn traditional and new off axis skills on the trampoline, emphasis will be on body and spacial awareness. *last digits of the activity number change according to month Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio Instructor: Certified Staff MIN/MAX: 4/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(M/NM)

565512 565512 565512 565512

8+ 8+ 8+ 8+

F Sa Sa Su

Dec - March Dec - March Dec - March Dec - March

5:00P-6:00P 5:00P-6:00P 6:00P-7:00P 4:45P-5:45P

$10 $10 $10 $10

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Gymnastics and Tramp

NO REGULAR CLASSES DURING GRAND COUNTY SCHOOL BREAKS Sign up is monthly on the 15th of the month prior. YOU MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED EACH MONTH Register on-line at fraservalleyrec.org or call 970-726-8968 x 0


Fitness

Guided Exercise Plan

A personalized 6 week plan that is tailored to you to meet your specific fitness and nutrition goals. Please contact our Fitness Supervisor: John Florkiewicz, john@fraservalleyrec.org for more information and to schedule an appointment. Visit our website, fraservalleyrec.org, to see their bios.

Small Group & Personal Training

Join with friends to maximize the effectiveness of your workouts and gain peer support. You’ll receive the same careful personalized attention and individualized workouts as with one on one personal training. Small group personal training includes the Functional Movement Screen for each client. Group may consist of 2-3 people. Please contact our Fitness Supervisor: John Florkiewicz, john@fraservalleyrec.org for more information and to schedule an appointment.

Age

Small Group Fee

Day, Date & Time

13+ By Appointment Only

$30/client/session $125 for 5 sessions $225 for 10 sessions

Functional Movement Screen

Personal Training Fee

$50/session $225 for 5 sessions $400 for 10 sessions

The Functional Movement Screen is an assessment to document movement patterns that are key to normal function. Assessing these patterns, the FMS identifies functional limitations and asymmetries. These are issues that can reduce the effects of functional training and physical conditioning and distort body awareness. The FMS generates the Functional Movement Screen Score, which is used to target problems and track progress. This scoring system is directly linked to the most beneficial corrective exercises to restore mechanically sound movement patterns. The FMS score is used to track progress and identify exercises that will be most effective to restore proper movement and build strength. Please contact our Fitness Supervisor: John Florkiewicz, john@fraservalleyrec.org for more information and to schedule an appointment.

Age

Day, Date & Time

Fee

13+ By Appointment Only $30 Registration 1 week prior to the next month of classes. You MUST pre-register for each class you plan on attending. You may cancel according to our cancellation policy in our member handbook, if you fail to cancel and don’t show you will be charged. ALL CLASSES ARE DAILY ADMISSION FEE PLUS $5 PER CLASS, MEMBERS MAY PURCHASE FITNESS PUNCH CARDS.

NOVEMBER FITNESS DESCRIPTIONS 2017*

*FITNESS PROGRAM SCHEDULES CHANGE MONTHLY. NEW PROGRAM CALENDARS ARE POSTED THE 23RD OF EACH MONTH. PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE WWW.FRASERVALLEYREC.ORG. TO VIEW OUR MONTHLY FITNESS CALENDARS.

Boot Camp

No choreography, Interval of peaks and valley of high intensity cardio moves, plus power sculpt design to maximize your strength and cardio stamina. This class incorporates speed walking, running, stairs, plyometric, calisthenics, etc. moves to kick up your heart rate. A boot camp class design to change your body military style without the drill sergeant. Options are given to beginners!

Butts & Guts

This class will focus on the legs, glutes, and core...Exercises will incorporate hand held weights, steps, mat work, and balance activities. Cardio will also be included by using plyometrics to kick start your heart rate.

Cardio Sculpt

An interval training fitness class of peaks and valley. The intensity ranges from high to medium intensity cardio moves combined with muscle conditioning and power moves. It is designed to maximize your strength and cardio stamina. This class can be taught in a variety of format in a six weeks session to ensure cross training for busy people. In this class sometimes STEP is used for intensity purpose or STEP is used for “step” moves, spinning bikes for cardio and leg workout, hand weights, floor mat, resistance band, body bar, and your own body to complete this hour long workout. Options are given to accommodate all fitness levels from beginner to advance.

Cyclemania

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Bike your way into this fun, high energy fitness class! No matter your level - you will get motivated and in shape fast. As you listen to all kinds of great music, you choose your own speed and intensity. Routines are different each week and will take you along flat roads, climbs, sprints, and a variety of moves to get you there. Don’t forget a water bottle, sweat towel, stiff soled gym shoes or bike shoes, and padded bike shorts recommended.. Higher Level Class. 34


IM=X Pilates

Lengthen your spine, strengthen your core and improve your flexibility & overall strength with this innovative Pilates class. All levels are welcome!

Kick Punch Jump (KPJ)

Box your way into fitness! This is a very easy class to follow and get into kick butt shape. You will learn simple punching combination, kicks that will strengthen your lower body and jump to new heights in your fitness. Jump rope is used at times as an option. Drills are created to boost your cardio and easy to follow strength moves to tone and tighten legs and abs. All fitness levels are welcome as options are given to help you stay with this class!

Liquid Fitness

Class moves between the chest deep and very deep water to keep this aqua workout super interesting! Burn calories and tone muscles without the impact of land exercises. All fitness levels work together in a non-competitive, friendly environment.

Mat Pilates

Pilates is a method of physical movement designed to stretch, strengthen and balance the body. The focus of Mat Pilates is strengthening the core, incorporating the whole body so that postural symmetry, flexibility, joint mobility and muscular strength are all results. Using props and the classic Joseph Pilates exercises, you will leave this class feeling stronger, leaner, longer and energized. All levels. Min 5 /Max 20

PiYo

PiYo is a fusion workout based on the principles of Yoga and Pilates. It is a low impact, yet high energy workout that will improve your balance, strength, and flexibility as well as burn calories and improve muscle tone. PiYo delivers a high intensity workout that also effectively stretches muscles and improves coordination and athletic ability. It is a dynamic workout suitable for all levels.

Power Sculpt

This is a high intensity, high energy, short duration intervals and circuits combing power movements and strength training used to define all major muscle groups of the body. If you are serious about exercise and your workouts- this class is for you. Be prepared to work at a higher level of cardiovascular endurance and push yourself to the next level. Each class is different and uses a variety of equipment and weights. Higher Level Class

Silver Sneakers® Splash

Activate your aqua exercise urge for variety! Splash® offers LOTS of fun and shallow water moves to improve agility, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. No swimming ability is required, and a special Silver Sneakers® kickboard is used to develop strength, balance and coordination.

Spin Circuit

Get results with this high intensity interval Spinning combined with strength exercises targeting all muscle groups. This class starts with a warm up and stretches. You will then be on the bike spinning anywhere between 1 minute to 10 minutes at a time, getting off the bike to complete a circuit and back on the bike to finish a couple of more rounds. Circuit workout will incorporate a variety of exercises as well as using hand weights and other props around the gym. We will end the class with an AB workout and cool down. You will need athletic shoes and water bottle. We will have a lot of fun so also bring along your energy and a great attitude!

Spin ‘n Sculpt

Spin ‘n Sculpt is split into two-30 minute sections; 30 minutes spent indoor cycling and then 30 minutes for sculpting the body. This is a combo class format which can utilize many types of equipment in addition to the spin bike. Equipment such as hand weights, sport cords, kettle bells, fit discs and exercise balls can be used to train the major muscle groups, paying special attention to the upper body and core since the legs were “hammered” during the spin. This class can accommodate all fitness levels. If wearing cycling shoes, bring gym shoes for the second half of the class. Towel and water bottle also strongly recommended 35

Fitness

Headwaters Yoga

This lighthearted 60-minute yoga class will focus on a different theme each week, and is suitable for all levels, beginner to advanced. Based on the principles of tantra hatha yoga, each class will bring together breath and movement toward an end goal of increased health and overall balance in the body. Close attention is given to safe and productive practice for all students, through modifications to the postures as well as optional hands-on adjustments from the teacher.


Fitness

Spin/Strength/Stretch

One full hour, divided up into 20 minute segments: 20 Minutes Spin/20 Minutes Cardio and Strength work/20 minutes Yoga! This all level class will challenge everyone and give you a taste of a little bit of everything. The class begins with a warm up and workout on the spin bikes followed by the cardio/strength portion which will vary week to week including circuits/weights/steps/etc. The class finishes up with 20 minutes of gentle yoga including stretching and mobility work. A fast paced class that will leave you strong and stretched!

Spin with Mara

Come spin with Mara and learn the basics of interval training, hill climbing, and spinning. This class is meant for all levels, for in any spinning class you can sweat as much as you want! Plan on 50 minutes of spinning followed by a 10 minute cool down including stretching

Step Class

The REC center is bringing STEP class back! STEP is the BEST fat burning class with the most fun. Come challenge your mind, body and you will not be bored. . Many options are given and you can step without a STEP. This class is design to help you improve coordination, body awareness and a great cardio class with low impact Please note that we offer Zumba Mondays & Wednesday evenings 5:45-6:45pm at the Fraser Historic Church. Please visit page 16 for more details!

SPIN CLASS DISCLAIMER: For safety reasons, there is no admittance after class begins. Reservations are necessary for the Spin classes. Reservations can be made beginning the 23rd of the previous month. Reservations on Spin Bikes will be held until the class begins. After that individuals on the wait list will be allowed in. Please bring water and a towel into class. If you are new to a class, please make the instructor aware

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Silver Sneakers® Circuit

Combine fun with fitness to increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout. Upper body strength work with hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball is alternated with lowimpact aerobic choreography. A chair is used for standing support, stretching, and relaxation exercises.

Silver Sneakers® Classic

Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement, and activity for daily living skills. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball are offered for resistance, and a chair is used for seated and/or standing support.

Silver Sneakers® Splash

Activate your aqua exercise urge for variety! Splash® offers LOTS of fun and shallow water moves to improve agility, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. No swimming ability is required, and a special Silver Sneakers® kickboard is used to develop strength, balance and coordination.

Silver Sneakers® Yoga

This class is designed to challenge you physically and mentally with a variety of simple and safe yoga exercises that you will do at your own pace. Using a chair for support, you will increase flexibility, build endurance and learn how to relax and think more clearly. Class is held on a wood floor so indoor shoes are required for the class, no outdoor shoes/ boots and no stocking feet.

Silver&Fit®

The Grand Park Community Recreation Center is now a Silver&Fit® participating fitness facility. Silver&Fit is designed specifically to help older adults achieve better health through regular exercise and health education. Silver&Fit provides eligible members with no-cost or low-cost fitness memberships through arrangements with certain health plans. Silver&Fit is provided by American Specialty Health Fitness, Inc., a subsidiary of American Specialty Health Incorporated. If your health plan offers Silver&Fit please call 319-352-8716 or visit Silver&Fit at www.SilverandFit.com.

“Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.” -John F. Kennedy

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SilverSneakers® and Silver & Fit

What is SilverSneakers®

SilverSneakers® is a fun, energizing program that helps older adults take greater control of their health by encouraging physical activity and social events. SilverSneakers® members have access to the fitness area, swimming pool, steam & sauna rooms, and customized fitness classes. SilverSneakers® fitness classes are designed exclusively for older adults who want to improve their strength, flexibility, balance, and endurance. How do I enroll in the program? Eligible members must be 65 and have a participating health plan provider. Contact us for a list of providers in Colorado. You can sign up at the front desk of the Grand Park Community Recreation Center (GPCRC). The process include completing membership paperwork for GPCRC and for SilverSneakers®. The paperwork includes an Activity Readiness Assessment and a Physical Activity waiver. A Release for Activity form from your doctor may be required if you have any of the conditions listed on the Activity Readiness Assessment. If you are already a member of the GPCRC you will need to fill out the SilverSneakers® membership forms and freeze your GPCRC membership. Those with existing memberships or punch cards may receive a credit on their household account. After enrolling you will receive a swipe keycard which you will use to swipe in at the front desk each time you enter the recreation center. Member information included Program information provided during the enrollment process. Member information is kept confidential and private. Membership Benefits: * A basic membership to the recreation center at no cost. * An orientation in the proper use of the aerobic and weight machines. * SilverSneakers® fitness classes at no cost. (Listed below) * Access to the Program Advisor who helps guide Members along the way. * Access to participating SilverSneakers® programs across the country at no charge


Climbing

Climbing Skills Assesment - for the experienced climber

Climbing wall brief orientation, skills check and belay certification at the Grand Park Community Recreation Center. Certifications are a pass/fail test. If you are an experienced climber who wants to use the climbing wall at your leisure, come on in and get certified. Climber must have a basic knowledge of climbing knots, be able to correctly set up a belay, and demonstrate other basic climbing skills. After passing the test you will receive your belay certification and may use the wall when the recreation center is open and no climbing programs are scheduled. Cost: $20 includes future use of all equipment.

Climbing Skills Clinic -

Full Cert for the new climber This clinic is designed to learn how to safely use the climbing wall with proper belay techniques, use of belay device for rope feed and stop techniques for a controlled belay. You will learn how to correctly fit a harness, tie a proper figure 8 follow through knot and basic climbing commands. You may then become certified and use the auto belay system on the wall whenever the GPRC is open and no climbing programs are scheduled. Cost: $25 includes certification and all future use of equipment.

Auto Belay Certification

Cost: $10 includes certification and all future use of equipment.

Belay Rides -

instructor belays Enjoy the wall and discover the fun of climbing while being belayed by a certified instructor. Cost: $5 for 3 belays or 30 minutes on the climbing wall. * Instructed wall hours vary. Times are posted at the GPCRC front desk or on our website fraservalleyrec.org.

Climbing 101 - After School Climbing Club

Basic rock-climbing skills taught to 6-10 year olds. We will teach correctly putting on a harness, standard figure eight knot with safety backup, belaying techniques, and moving over vertical terrain. Our emphasis will be safety, proper respect for potential dangers and most importantly to have fun. This class is geared toward youngsters who have a desire to be exposed to the climbing world. Children may ride bus from FV Elementary to GPCRC. Location: GPCRC Climbing Wall Instructor: Certified Instructors MIN/MAX: 4/6 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(M/NM)

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