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General Information 4 Community Music Events _______________ 5-7 FV Library Programs____________________8 FVMRD Special Events 9-10 FVMRD Summer Camps 11 Explorer Trips 12 Adventure & Teen Trips 13 Youth Outdoor Activity 14 IMYSA Youth Soccer 15 Skateboarding 16 Youth Enrichment 17 Tennis 18-19 Golf at Pole Creek Golf Club 19-20 Youth Dance 21 Dog Training 22 Adult Sport Leagues 23 Adult Enrichment 24-25 Grand Park Community Rec Center 26-27 Aquatics 28-30 Red Cross Classes 31-32 Gymnastics 32-33 Tramp & Climbing 34-35 Silver Sneakers & Senior Programs 36 Fitness 37-38
Summer 2013 registration will begin Wednesday, May 15th. For more information on how to register visit page 4.
The Fraser Valley Recreation Foundation and the Fraser Valley Metropolitan Recreation District are excited to announce â€œProject 2014â€?. We are planning a playground that incorporates Grand County history. The educational component of the playground will be highlighted by interpretational signage on certain play elements, including names of historic Grand County buildings. Play equipment currently planned includes a stagecoach and train component, old west storefronts, including a mercantile building, hotel, and jail, and Native American elements consistent with the Ute tribe. Our goal is to improve the safety, ADA compliance and accessibility of the FVSC playground by providing modernized play equipment while promoting healthy, active lifestyles, and creative and imaginative play for all children. Conceptual Design Only
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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 recreation activities and facilities that contribute to a higher quality of life for citizens and guests of our valley. BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Dan O’Connell ~ President Greg Gallavan ~ Member at Large John Kacik ~ Vice President John Glancey ~ Secretary Andy Chasin ~ Treasurer STAFF DIRECTORY Administration, Parks & Recreation
Scott Ledin ~ Director of Parks and Recreationemail@example.com Tim Stabbe ~ Recreation Center Manager ~firstname.lastname@example.org Ann McConnell~ Business Manager~ email@example.com Alan Sontag ~ Facility Maintenance Supervisor ~ firstname.lastname@example.org John Florkiewicz~ Fitness / Gymnastics Supervisor~ email@example.com Hoppy Hayes~ Head Gymnastics Coach~ firstname.lastname@example.org Lucy Lozar ~ Fitness Coordinator ~ email@example.com Michelle Lawrence ~ Programming and Marketing ~ firstname.lastname@example.org Bryan Kettlewell ~ Youth Programs & Software Specialist~ email@example.com Leigh Edwards ~ Summer Camp Coordinator ~ firstname.lastname@example.org Robin Dresen ~ Guest Services Supervisor ~ email@example.com Austin DeGarmo ~ Parks and Athletics Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org Scott Lozar ~ Sports and Athletics Coordinator ~ email@example.com Deidrich Johnson~ Parks Foreman~ Fraser Valley Sports Complex
Pole Creek Golf Club
Larry Burks ~ Director of Golf ~ firstname.lastname@example.org Mary Moynihan ~ Golf Shop Manager ~ email@example.com Craig Cahalane ~ Golf Course Superintendent ~ firstname.lastname@example.org Sarah Marty ~ Food & Beverage Manager ~ email@example.com Troy Iacovetto ~ Assistant Superintendent Clint Iacovetto ~ Equipment Manager SPECIALTY PROGRAM REGISTRATION Fraser Valley Rec continues to offer programming at all district facilities, including the Grand Park Community Recreation Center. 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. However, there will be discounts offered to recreation center 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-serve basis. Internet registration is also available 24 hours a day at www.fraservalleyrec.org. Online registration for new, seasonal programs will be available 6 hours prior to on-site registration. Payment MUST be made at time of registration. Outstanding balances must be paid in full prior to new registrations. AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM REGISTRATION Please fill out a calendar with the days your child is planning on attending so that we may staff accordingly. You do not need to pre-register on-line or on-site for the After School Program. We will take roll daily and you will be sent a bi-monthly installment bill via e-mail for the days your child attends the program. Please make sure we have your current e-mail address on file. Prompt payment is expected. FRIDAY FIELD TRIP REGISTRATION Pre-registration is required 24 hours in advance for Friday Field Trips to allow us to plan and staff accordingly. If you are not pre-registered your child will 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 In order to register on-line you must be in our computer system. If you are not in our system and would like to be, please come visit us at the GPCRC or you may call us at 726-8968. Membership to GPCRC is not required to be added to our system. Your login and password will be your Household ID which can be found on any FVMRD receipt or call us at 726-8968 to attain that information. Once you login for the first time, you will be prompted to change your password. Please be sure to peruse our menu bar so you can make yourself familiar with our system. “My Account” will take care of most services for your household, while all of your registrations can proceed through “Search” or “Shop”. Once you are logged into the system, you can search our database by a few different avenues: keyword, age, gender, or activity number. Once you have found the appropriate class, you click the “cart” symbol. Next select the family member that you wish to register and then click “Add to Cart”. You may either continue browsing or check-out at this point. Check-out procedure is similar to most other on-line shopping vendors. Enter the credit card information and billing address and proceed with checkout. You may either print your receipt now or reprint it later through “My Account.”
15 Tight Like That ………………………………………...…..5-7pm Live Music in the Courtyard at Cooper Creek Square 20 The Flash Mob……………………..................…...….6-8pm+ High-Note Thursdays at Hideaway Park 21 Sasquatch Mountain Project…………………..……. 5-7pm Music on the Mall – Cooper Creek Square 25 Gary Key & Matt Brown………………..............…..6-8pm Fraser Tuesday Picnic in the Park – Old Schoolhouse Park 27 Rick Estrins & the Nightcats…………………….…….6-8pm High-Note Thursdays at Hideaway Park 29 Andy Irvine & Blues Collective………………….……5-7pm Music on the Mall – Cooper Creek Square
28-30 Blues from the Top Music Festival FRIDAY NIGHT Mud Morganfield Band w/ Kate Moss Rick Estrin & the Nightcats Smokin’ Moes Pre-Fest Show………….…..8pm SATURDAY Rick Estrin & the Nightcats Ronnie Baker Brooks Mud Morganfield Band w/ Kate Moss Joanne Shaw Taylor Albert Castiglia Austin Yound Hideaway Park……………………………………10am-7pm SATURDAY NIGHT Kid Anderson, Zac Harmon Band, Joanne Shaw Taylor, Kara Grainger, Kate Moss & More! Category 5 Night at Smokin’ Moes…..…9pm-12am SUNDAY Lucky Peterson Mike Zito & the Wheel w/ Samantha Fish Zac Harmon Sena Ehrhardt w/ Reese Wynans Southern Hospitality- Damon Fowler, J.P. Soars & Victor Wainwright Sunday Gospel w/ Jack Hadley, Maddie Lutz, Big Jim Adam, John Stilwagen Hideaway Park……………………………...…..10am-7pm
Community Music Events
Community Music Events
JULY 2012 2 Cirkle of Fifths………………………………5:30-7:30pm Fraser Tuesday Picnic in the Park – Old Schoolhouse Park 5 The Last Flight Out……………….…..….5-7pm Music on the Mall – Cooper Creek Square 6 Solshine Weekend #1 Hideaway Park Leftover Salmon & The Samples....6:00-9:00pm 6 Urban Island Steel Drum Band ……5-7pm Live Music in the Courtyard at Cooper Creek Square 4 DJ Michael…………………………………..7-9pm 4th of July Celebration – Fraser Valley Sports Complex 9 Kort McCumber…………………………….6-8pm Fraser Tuesday Picnic in the Park – Old Schoolhouse Park
We are excited to have our second season at the Grand Community Garden Site at the Fraser Valley Sports Complex. To learn more about this project, please visit www.grandcommunitygardens.org or contact Deb Buhayar, Project Leader at firstname.lastname@example.org
11 Paula Nelson…………………………….….6-8pm High-Note Thursdays at Hideaway Park 12 Reed Foel………………………………..…..5-7pm Music on the Mall – Cooper Creek Square
13 Solshine Weekend #2
Hideaway Park The Nevilles & Quinn Sullivan...…..6:00-9:00pm
16 Sasquatch Mountain Project…………6-8pm Fraser Tuesday Picnic in the Park – Old Schoolhouse Park 18 Galactic Cowboy Orchestra…….……6-8pm High-Note Thursdays at Hideaway Park 19 Mosey West……………………………...…5-7pm Music on the Mall – Cooper Creek Square
Call the box office (970)627-3421 for tickets or visit www.rockymountainrep.com
JULY 2012 continued SATURDAY Kool & the Gang Euge Groove w/ special guest Jeff Golub The Southern Gentlemen featuring: Eric Essix, Joey Sommerville, Michael Ward Dotsero SUNDAY Dave Koz Summer Horns featuring: Gerald Albright, Mindi Abair, Richard Elliot Musiq Soulchild Down to the Bone Eric Darius 23 Holden Young Trio………………………….....……………6-8pm Fraser Tuesday Picnic in the Park – Old Schoolhouse Park 25 Flashlights/RumTum………………………......………….6-8pm High-Note Thursdays at Hideaway Park 26 Dan & Yoshi…………………..............................…….5-7pm Music on the Mall – Cooper Creek Square 30 Acme Band………...............................…….…………6-8pm Fraser Tuesday Picnic in the Park – Old Schoolhouse Park
1 Under a Blood Red Sky………………………….......…..6-8pm High-Note Thursdays at Hideaway Park 2 Brothers of the Son………………………….............….5-7pm Music on the Mall – Cooper Creek Square
Winter Park Music Festival
6 Branden Sipes………………............................……..6-8pm Fraser Tuesday Picnic in the Park – Old Schoolhouse Park 8 Fierce Bad Rabbit……………...........……………………6-8pm High-Note Thursdays at Hideaway Park 9 Retta Yarbrough………………………….............……….5-7pm Music on the Mall – Cooper Creek Square
Winter Park Beer Festival Mike Doughty Hideaway Park
15 PaperBird……………………….....................……………6-8pm High-Note Thursdays at Hideaway Park 16 Gary Key…….....................................……………….5-7pm Music on the Mall – Cooper Creek Square 23 Strange Byrds………………………………….………………5-7pm Music on the Mall – Cooper Creek Square 30 Andrew Duhon…………………………………………………5-7pm Music on the Mall – Cooper Creek Square 31 Chris Thompson Coral Creek String Band……….…5-7pm Live Music in the Courtyard at Cooper Creek Square 7
Community Music Events
20-21 31st Annual Winter Park Jazz Festival - Hideaway Park
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Fraser Valley Library Mondays & Tuesdays 10:00am
Wednesdays Fraser Valley Library 10:00am Join the Fraser Valley Library in celebration of Summer Reading! Special presentations by talented entertainers will make you think and tickle your funny bone. June 12 - July 31* (*no July 3rd program)
Call the FV Libary at (970) 726-5689 for event specifics.
Give your child the readiness to read with entertaining story hour sessions. Story hours combine storybooks, songs, finger plays & crafts to engage your child and introduce them to world of reading and libraries. This is a FREEprogram.Call the FV Libary at (970) 7265689 for more information.
FREE LIBRARY SPECIAL EVENTS
May 17 June 14 & 28 July 12 & 26 August 9 & 23 September 13
Art Out of Thin Air Reception - JUNE 25
AOTA is having their 5th annual Member Show at the Pole Creek golf course clubhouse. The opening reception is Tuesday, June 25th from 6-8pm - appetizers and cash bar. This is a fun event and a great opportunity to see local artwork and meet the artists. The show will be up through the month of July. Bring your friends and family!
FAMILY Fourth of July Celebration
Thursday, July 4th * 4:00pm -Dark * Fraser Valley Sports Complex * FREE Join us for the Fraser Valley 4th of July celebration. Dress in your Red, White and Blue and enjoy plenty of fun things to do! Inflatable jumpers, carnival games, face painting, food and more!
LABOR DAY LUAU - SEPTEMBER 2nd 4:00-6:00pm Come and enjoy the Labor Day Holiday with a Pool Patio BBQ at the GPCRC! The patio will be open and we will be grilling! Guests can swim in the pool or hang out by grill on the patio. Don your favorite Hawaiian shirt, board shorts, and bathing suit to get into the spirit! Hot dogs, hamburgers, and non-alcoholic refreshments will be available for purchase. If you forget your lei don’t worry, you’ll have the opportunity to dive for one in the pool along with some other fun games. Don’t miss out on this great experience for the whole family! Entry fee required, fun is free! 9
FVMRD Special Events
PARENT’S NIGHT OUT!
FVMRD Special Events For questions, please e-mail email@example.com.
Adult $30 / Youth $25 / Child $20 includes transportation for first 24 reservations
Community garage sale Saturday, June 22 8:30am - NOON Grand Park Community Recreation Center back Parking Lot $10 a â€œspotâ€? prior to June 8 / $25 after
Register today! www.fraservalleyrec.org
FVMRD Summer Camps
MAY TRIPS! 5/17 - Fun City* *Lunch included
5/24 - No Trip 5/31 - Argo Mine Tour
Rcky Mnt Park
WP Resort with NSCD
Rocky Mtn. Ntnl. Park *Early Departure
Adventure / Teen Trips
Pirateâ€™s Cove Waterpark
Youth Outdoor Activities
Hike Grand County Come and enjoy some of the wonderful hikes Grand County has to offer while learning about Leave no Trace Ethics, Back country Safety, Local Flora and Fauna, and general ecology. Please make sure to bring good hiking apparel including shoes. A sack lunch with a backpack and water. Sunscreen required! **Ending times may vary depending on hike choice. Parents are welcome to join in on hikes if space is available. Location: FVE Parking Lot Instructor: Maura McKnight / Jane Pfaff & FVMRD Staff MIN/MAX: 5/13 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
THE TEN HIKES OF THE SUMMER 6/24 Broome Hut
7/29 Devils Thumb
7/1 Lake Evelyn
7/8 Monarch Lake
8/12 Columbine Lake
7/15 Jim Creek
8/19 Lost Lake
7/22 Byers Peak
8/26 Corona Lake
Mountain Biking Fanatics
This biking class is open to youth age 7+ who have prior biking experience and are â€œTrail Readyâ€?. This class is designed for the rider who has riding endurance and the ability to maneuver trails. Focus will be on riding techniques, climbing and descending skills, and trail safety. A mountain bike with gears, helmet, appropriate riding gear and water are required. Location: FVE Parking Lot Instructor: Marie Ange MIN/MAX: 5/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
324110-1A 324110-2A 324110-3A
7+ 7+ 7+
M M M
06/17 -07/08 09:00A-10:30A $40/$50 07/15 -08/05 09:00A-10:30A $40/$50 08/12 -08/26 09:00A-10:30A $30/$40
Archery I Participants will learn the safety, equipment use and techniques of this great ancient sport. Standard targets are used in conjunction with 3-D targets to facilitate learning and progression. Held rain or shine, so be prepared! Bows and arrows are provided. We will meet in the Utah Junction parking lot at the base of Mary Jane. Transportation is available from FV Elementary School - departing at 8:45am with a minimum of four kids. Location: Utah Junction C Lot *NO Class July 4 Instructor: Sean Curran & Gregory Lewis MIN/MAX: 4/8 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
06/20-07/18* 9:00A-10:30A $45/$55 07/25-08/22 9:00A-10:30A $50/$65
Archery II For the experienced archer. Participants will learn the safety, equipment use and techniques of this great ancient sport. 3-D targets will be our focus and we will continue to improve our skills. Held rain or shine so be prepared! We will meet in the Utah Junction Parking lot at the base of Mary Jane. Transportation is available from FV Elementary School departing at 10:15am with a minimum of four kids. Location: Utah Junction C Lot *NO Class July 4 Instructor: Sean Curran & Gregory Lewis MIN/MAX: 4/8 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
06/20-07/18* 10:30A-12:00P $45/$55 07/25-08/22 10:30A-12:00P $50/$65 14
Grand County Soccer (IMYSA)
2013 Recreation League:
*** Register early, in May, and save money! ***
Teams will form and practice will begin in August and the first games will be Saturday, September 7th. Early registration - May 1 through May 31st: Age 5 & 6 $55 Age 7 & 8 $60 Ages 9 - 13 $70 Regular registration - June 1 through June 30: Add $10 to early registration rates Late registration - July 1 through July 31: Add $20 to early registration rates Post registration - *After August 1st *: Add $30 to early registration rates
*Children registering after August 1st will be placed on a wait list and will not be guaranteed placement. Please register early.
2013 Advanced Teams:
Take your soccer skills to the next level by playing teams from across the state. Advanced Team (Club) tryouts will be in early June. Club teams require a greater degree of commitment and the ability to travel for away games. For more information or questions visit our website or send us an email. Participants will need to attend tryouts in June and come to a team camp in August. Practice will begin in July and games start in August.
British Challenger Soccer Camps: Keep an eye out for an early mini-camp in May!
Both Granby and Fraser will host international soccer players to teach ball handling skills, dribbling, shooting and more! Visit our website for more information. Look for flyers at Recreation Departments and Schools. 1st Kicks - Age 3; 9-10 AM, $ 74 Mini Soccer - Ages 4-5; 10:30-12 PM, $ 91 Mini Soccer - Ages 4-5; 1-2:30 PM, $ 91 Half Day - Ages 6-16; 9 AM-12, $113 Half Day- Ages 6-16; 1-4 PM, $113 Full Day- Ages 10-16; 9 AM- 4 PM, $169
Locations & Dates:
Kaibab Park, Granby June 24 â€“ 28 & Fraser Sports Complex, Fraser July 22â€”26
Registration Deadline: Receive a free jersey when you sign up on-line at least 45 days prior to camp. June 13 (Granby) (By May 9 for free jersey) Free gift subject to availability and $6.95 S&H fee. July 11 (Fraser) (By June 6 for free jersey) Free gift subject to availability and $6.95 S&H fee. Registration: Available online at: www.challengersports.com or use quick links below: Granby: http://registration.challengersports.com/CampUrl.asp?Uid=1-NCY1GZF6 Fraser: http://registration.challengersports.com/CampUrl.asp?Uid=1-ZWBQLJ25 Host Family: This is a great opportunity to get to know the coaches and host them during the camp. Please let us know if you are interested in hosting a coach.
IMYSA Youth Soccer
The soccer league is open to all children in Kindergarten through 8th grade, all abilities are welcome. Grand County Soccer is always looking for volunteers to coach teams, assistant coaches, referee games and any other assistance you can provide. Please sign up to volunteer when you are registering online. Registration is done online at: https://secure. adminsports.net/granbycosoccer. For more information visit our website at: www.grandcountysoccer.com or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hideaway Skateboard Trips!
A great chance for youth and adults to skate other parks and challenge yourself in a Competition if you choose! Transportation to and from will be provided. If you would like to participate in the competition, please bring along your entry fee. Please bring lunch, healthy snacks and a water bottle on each Trip*.
Location: FV Elementary School Parking Lot
Instructor: Ben Schemel Activity #
08:00 -5:00pm 08:00 -5:00pm
July 6th - “One Gathering Skate for Life” at Denver’s 20th Street Park. Bring along a $5 per event fee if you would like to compete. August 17th - Skate the new Arvada Skate Park, which exceeds 40,000 square feet!
Emphasis in this class is on the basics for beginning skaters. Learn proper foot placement, pushing, riding, tack turn and kick turn techniques. Skaters will also learn about skateboard parts and maintenance. Skate park rules and etiquette will be taught. Required equipment includes skateboards, elbow and wrist guards, knee pads and helmet (bike helmets are NOT acceptable). Please send your child with water and snack. If you have any questions regarding equipment please feel free to contact Ben Schemel at (970) 509-9756. Class is based on a 4-week program however we have “built-in” the 5th week to accomodate a rain date or missed class due to vacation. Location: Hideaway Skate Park Instructor: Ben Schemel & Carlie Bugos MIN/MAX: 5/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 328532-1A 5+ F 06/21-07/12 8:30A-9:30A $40/$50 328532-2A 5+ F 07/19-08/23 8:30A-9:30A $40/$50
This class is ideal for skaters who want to continue after Skateboarding I. Emphasis will be mastering your skills, skate park safety and etiquette, and riding within your ability. Skaters must be able to do the following maneuvers to qualify for the advanced class: Front & Back Side Kick Turns, Front and Back Side Carves, Drop-ins, Fly Outs and Ollie’s. Required equipment includes skateboards, elbow and wrist guards, knee pads and helmet (bike helmets are NOT acceptable). Please send your child with water and a snack. If you have questions regarding equipment feel free to contact Ben at (970) 509-9756. Class is based on a 4-week program however we have “built-in” the 5th week to accomodate a rain date or missed class due to vacation. Location: Hideaway Skate Park Instructor: Ben Schemel & Carlie Bugos MIN/MAX: 5/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 328533-1A 5+ F 06/21-07/12 9:30A-10:30A $40/$50 328533-2A 5+ F 07/19-08/23 9:30A-10:30A $40/$50
Private Coaching: A one-on-one opportunity for children of all ages and abilities to develop their skills. Please contact us at (970) 726-8968 to set up an instructor and time that meets your child’s needs and schedule. Fees are $25 based on one hour sessions.
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Martial Arts - Youth
Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
07/03- 08/21 4:30P-6:00P
$90/$100 (* You may set up a payment plan)
An opportunity to expand your creativity! This class provides a variety of pottery experience and encourages you to develop your creativity. Throw on the wheel and use various hand, glazing & decorative techniques. Experienced and beginner potters welcome. Families are welcome - Adults register separately. Location: Fraser Program Building Art Classroom Instructor: Megan Peterson MIN/MAX: 4/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
Acrylic Art Workshop
Discover the Art of Acrylic painting. Bring a favorite photograph (can be from a magazine) or your imagination and bring a canvas to life. Learn different ways to express yourself through painting techniques and color mixing. Leave each class with a piece of art. Supplies are included but you are welcome to bring your own. Please bring a snack and water bottle. Location: GPCRC Pool Party Room Instructor: Rebecca Heaton MIN/MAX: 4/8 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
323131-3A 323131-4A 323131-5A 323131-6A
10+ 10+ 10+ 10+
Su Su Su Su
07/14 07/28 08/11 08/25
1:00P- 4:00P 1:00P- 4:00P 1:00P- 4:00P 1:00P- 4:00P
$25/$35 $25/$35 $25/$35 $25/$35
Open Daily @ 4pm Wood-Fired Pizza Full Bar
Fri, Sat & Sun @ 1pm Billiards Arcade
Winter Park & The Fraser Valleyâ€™s Luxury Movie Theater & Bowling Alley! /foundryWP 17
Students will learn the fundamentals of Kinsei-Do Karate. Material covered will be basic hand and foot techniques, stances, throws, rolling and falling to avoid injury. Focus will be on self-discipline and respect of others. This is a co-ed class that will accommodate and challenge Martial Artists of all levels. Sensei Matt Relyea has been a Martial Artist since 1986 and teaching since 1997. Please wear a T-shirt, clean socks and sweats, please no shorts. We strongly encourage a white karate Gi and black/dark blue indoor Tabi shoes, and appropriate belt color, especially if your child continues in the art. For more information about Matt and for a link to purchase uniforms please visit www.zenmountainmartialarts.com. This class is designed for beginning & intermediate Martial Artists. This is now being offered as a ten week class for continuity and so the children can progress through skills and earn belts. Location: Historic Church Dance Room Instructor: Matt Relyea MIN/MAX: 5/15
An fun introduction to tennis! Activities in this class will focus on developing eye/hand coordination and students will begin to learn tennis strokes. Participants who register two-weeks in advance for this class will receive a free racquet! Location: Fraser Tennis Courts Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 5/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
Tennis 10 & Under
A revolutionary change in the way kids 10 and under learn and play tennis, as well as compete, is happening across the country! Lighter and lower bouncing balls and smaller and lighter racquets fits your childâ€™s size. It all makes it easy and fun for them to hit, play and score from the start - while developing skills that will last a lifetime. Please visit www.tenandundertennis.com to learn more! Location: Fraser Tennis Courts *NO CLASS July 4 (make up on a Monday or Tennis Play Day) Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 5/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
6 -10 Th
NJTL Junior Tennis Club If you have taken tennis lessons before, now itâ€™s time to put your skills to use! Participants will play in fun games and drills and will have the opportunity to play matches. A junior ladder will be formed if there are enough participants. NJTL develops the character of young people by emphasizing the ideals and life of co-founder Arthur Ashe. The NJTL network shares a commitment to positive youth development, and the importance of tennis as a lifetime sport. Location: Fraser Tennis Courts *NO CLASS July 4 (make up on a Monday or Tennis Play Day) Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 5/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
328400-1A 328400-1B 328400- DI
8-16 8-16 8-16
M 06/17-07/22 10:30A-12:00P Th 06/20-07/25* 10:30A-12:00P M or Th 06/17-07/25 10:30A-12:00P
$55/$65 $55/$65 $10/$10
Junior Tennis Play Day!
Play Days are designed for various levels of players to participate in a fun, low pressure, yet competitive setting. Play Days provides an informal yet competitive setting without the threat of elimination. Development and enhancement of skills in a fun atmosphere will enhance a love of the game. Snacks and prizes will be provided! Location: Fraser Tennis Courts Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 5/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
3rd Annual Wimbledon Day - Thursday, June 27 from 10:30-12:00
Cost- $10 (included in the price of NJTL Tennis Club). A fun day which celebrates all of the Wimbledon traditions such as Strawberries and Cream and tennis whites! Games, food, and prizes! NJTL Junior Club participation included in class.
Junior Tennis Match vs. Steamboat - Monday, July 29
Kate Walker will bring tennis players to the Steamboat Tennis Center for match play and games. Participants must be enrolled in a FVMRD summer tennis class. The registration fee includes a pizza lunch and an ice cream stop on the way home. Depart Fraser at 9:00 a.m. and return at 5:00 p.m. Location: Meet at the Fraser Tennis Courts Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 5/11 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
No need to dodge lightning bolts! Come out to hit some balls, get some exercise, and enjoy the fresh air! All of the tennis strokes will be reviewed and participants will play in some informal games. Please pre-register by calling 726-8968. You can also drop in to an individual class for $10. Location: Tennis Courts *No Class July 4th Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 4/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
Tennis - Adult Doubles Strategy & Drills
Doubles Strategies and Drills - This class is suited for individuals who are intermediate/advanced in ability and wish to improve their doubles skills. Drop-ins encouraged! Location: Tennis Courts Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 4/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
Youth Golf A class designed for boys and girls to develop the basic skills to become a proficient golfer. We will focus on developing fundamental movement skills in addition to golf specific training techniques. These basic golf skills will begin on the driving range and putting green, developing agility, balance, visualization, body rotation, and core strength Transportation is NOT provided. Location: Pole Creek Golf Club Instructor: JT, Erik Petersen and Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 5/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
$60/$70 or 8 weeks at $80
Intro to Course Play - Co-ed
This class is designed for the young golfer who is ready to venture onto the course. We will introduce the full-swing, short-game, putting, rules and etiquette and work towards preparing for nine hole play. Players MUST be ready to carry their own golf bag for nine holes, no carts! They must have had prior golf lessons. Golfers may bring their own equipment, although clubs will be supplied to those golfers who do not own their own equipment. Transportation NOT provided. Location: Pole Creek Golf Club Instructor: JT, Erik Petersen and Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 5/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
Junior Golf Club
For Golfers in middle school and older who are ready to play nine or more holes of golf and have had prior golf lessons and understand the basics of course play. We will develop skills in tee shots, fairway and rough approach shots as well as continue to work on their full swing, chipping, pitching, putting & golf rules and etiquette. Players MUST be ready to carry their own golf bag for nine holes, no carts! Golfers may bring their own equipment, although clubs will be supplied to those golfers who do not own their own equipment. Transportation NOT provided Location: Pole Creek Golf Club Instructor: JT, Erik Petersen and Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 5/15 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
328251-1A 11+ Tu
Tennis & Golf
Adult Tennis - New Morning Time!
GOLF at Pole Creek Golf Club
Adult Golf Lessons for Beginners – GET GOLF READY!
Pole Creek Golf Club is proud to offer the GET GOLF READY program developed by the PGA of America. GET GOLF READY is designed to teach everything you will need to play golf in just a few lessons. You will learn that there are lots of ways to play by combining fun, friends and fitness. We supply all the equipment you will need - all you have to do is show up and jump in! We are devoted to introducing you to golf in a fun and welcoming program that will give you a solid foundation in the basics of the golf swing. Most importantly, we will take you on the golf course so that you can understand the basic rules, strategy and etiquette of golf, and be ready to get out and play this great game. The GET GOLF READY program consists of 5 lessons that cover putting, chipping, pitching and the full swing. You may register for GET GOLF READY at Pole Creek Golf Club (970-887-9195) or e-mail email@example.com for more information. Call today – space is limited! Location: Pole Creek Golf Club Instructor: JT Thompson, Mike Ritter, Erik Peterson
Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
5:30P-7:00P 5 lessons only $99/person (includes all golf equipment)
For information about Adult Private Lessons, Mens’ Club, Ladies’ Club and Seniors Play, Please visit www.polecreekgolf.com; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (970) 887-9195.
Wednesday nights starting May 22nd through August 14th 5:00 pm tee times. Play 3 holes for $7.00, 6 holes for $12.00, or 9 holes for $19.00 all rates include golf car.
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Blue Moon Tuesday Night Happy Hour Golf Series - July 16, 23, 30 & August 6,13 Tuesday nights July 9th through August 6th 5 week series 4 people on a team. A different scramble event each week. Must have 4 people to sign up. Each team must have one female. $175.00 per person includes golf, golf car, two drink tickets each night, prizes, and dinner. Sponsored by B&K Distributing and Bluemoon!
Pepsi Thursday night Putt-Putt
Thursday nights June 14 through August 16 we will be setting up a putt- putt course with different challenges every week, on the putting green in front of the clubhouse for the whole family to enjoy from 5:30 to 6:30. Join us for a putting contest and great Happy Hour pricing in Bistro 28. Prizes for the lowest score will be awarded by age group and gender. What better way to spend an evening with the family and improve your putting skills. For only $2 per round you can play as often as you like. Contact the pro shop at (970) 887-9195 for further details. 20
Move, Shake, Sizzle and Giggle to a variety Laurie Berkner tunes. This co-ed mini-camp focuses on coordination and patterning through playful dance. Please wear shorts, T-Shirt, tennis shoes and pack a healthy snack and water bottle. Location: GPCRC Classroom Instructor: Kris Sornson MIN/MAX: 6/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 313206-1A 3-5 yrs M &Tu 06/10 & 06/11 10:30A-12:00P $25/$30 323206-2A 5 -8 yrs M &Tu 06/10 & 06/11 08:30A-10:00A $25/$30
Do you dream of being a princess or dancing like one? Join the Princess Jamboree to whirl and twirl to your favorite princess tunes. Emphasis will be developing ballet technique, posture and balance. Could our princesses please wear their favorite princess dress over a leotard & tights with ballet slippers and bring along a healthy snack and water bottle. Location: GPCRC Classroom Instructor: Kris Sornson MIN/MAX: 6/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
3-5 yrs 5 -8 yrs
Tu & Th Tu & Th
06/18 & 06/20 08:30A-10:00A $25/$30 06/18 & 06/20 10:00A-12:00P $25/$30
Lyrical dance is a style of dance created from the fusion of ballet, jazz & contemporary. Explore the art of combining techniques with emotional energy to tell a song’s story based on it’s lyrics, through movement. Girls please wear ballet attire and bring along a water bottle and a healthy “quick bite” snack. Location: GPCRC Classroom Instructor: Kris Sornson MIN/MAX: 6/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
Summer Dance Beach Party!!
Bring on summer & heat it up with intense energy at the Beach Party Dance! Jam to a mix of beach tunes - old and new - test your Limbo skills and turn tropical while learning new moves. Pizza included! Open to boys and girls. Please dress in T-shirt and Shorts. Location: GPCRC Classroom Instructor: Kris Sornson MIN/MAX: 6/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
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78878 us highway 40 . po box 1326 winter park . co 80482 ph 970.726.5830 fx 970.726.0233 email@example.com
Dog Obedience - Beginner
A class for puppies and dogs needing to learn basic manners. Dogs and owners will learn simple obedience commands, both voice and hand signal and the ability to deliver them in a way that a “teenage dog” will think learning was “all their idea”. Location: FV Sports Complex Ice Rink Instructor: Victoria Baker MIN/MAX: 4/12 Activity #
343325-S1 343325-S2 343325-S3
16-Adult 16-Adult 16-Adult
W W W
06/26-07/31 08/07-09/11 09/18-10/23
4:00P-5:00P 5:00P-6:00P 6:00P-7:00P
$95/$105 $95/$105 $95/$105
Dog Training - Intermediate
Dogs are exposed to more challenging situations. We will focus on teaching dogs to resist impulse behavior. A great follow-up to the beginner class. Reinforcing commands such as stay, come, heel, and games that teach your dog a new default behavior is our focus. Location: FV Sports Complex Ice Rink Instructor: Victoria Baker MIN/MAX: 4/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
343335-S1 343335-S2 343335-S3
16-Adult 16-Adult 16-Adult
W W W
06/26-07/31 08/07-09/11 09/18-10/23
6:00P-7:00P 4:00P-5:00P 5:00P-6:00P
$95/$105 $95/$105 $95/$105
In this 4-week class we teach your dog to come the FIRST time you call. It works at a distance, when he is with other dogs, when he is with other people, chasing squirrels and sniffing in holes. This is your emergency recall — the call you use when you need an instant response. It keeps your dog safe, providing you with peace of mind. This method was developed by a top trainer using positive reinforcement training methods. The Really Reliable Recall works for puppies and older dogs as well as difficult to train breeds. In this class we take you through the easy to follow steps to train your dog to truly be reliable off leash Location: FV Sports Complex Ice Rink Instructor: Victoria Baker MIN/MAX: 4/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
This 8-week class is for dogs who have trouble controlling their impulses and are easily distracted or have trouble connecting with their handler. This is for dogs who are sensitive to sudden environmental changes, are reactive to other dogs and/or people, are easily stressed out or anxious and shut down. We teach you how to manage space and teach you and your dog to make good choices Location: FV Sports Complex Ice Rink *NO Class 8/31 Instructor: Victoria Baker MIN/MAX: 4/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
07/20-09/14* 10:30A-11:30A $95/$105
Canine Body Language Worshop - July 28th at 4pm - free
Lecture and dog work, 1 hr question & answer session Brought to you by Training With Grace and Furever Behavior Who Should Attend? Anyone who works with dogs or has multiple dogs at home or comes across a lot of dogs on a daily basis, shelter staff, shelter volunteers, animal control, rescue directors, rescue board of directors, rescue foster parents. Why does your dog do what he does? What is he trying to tell you? This seminar will help you understand what to look for when introducing foster dogs or any dog to their potential new homes with and without current canine residents. You will come away with new knowledge of canine social signals and stress markers letting you know ‘I am uncomfortable and need some space’ and much, much more! We will teach you how best to introduce dogs to dogs and dogs to people. You will learn appropriate dog-friendly body language keeping you and the dogs you live with safe.
Adult Sports Leagues
Local repair center for small engines, tools, equipment, vacuum cleaners and much more. Located across Hwy 40 from the Fraser post officer. www.trestletool.com / 970-726-7976
Kinsei Do Karate - Martial Arts
Since 2010, Kinsei Do karate is a traditionalist’s answer to today’s Mixed martial Art (MMA) phenomena. Modern, applicable, realistic self-dense, with all the benefits to mind, body and spirit indicative of traditional arts. This is a unique system complied from over 25 years of study in Okinawan, Japanese, Korean and Chinese martial arts, streamlined into a complete self-defense solution. Please visit www.zenmountainmartialarts.com for more information. This is NOT a fitness punch class. Location: Fraser Historic Church Instructor: Matt Relyea MIN/MAX: 4/15 Activity #
344535-06 344535-07 344535-08
Age Day Date
14+ 14+ 14+
M M M
June July August
7:00P-8:30P 7:00P-8:30P 7:00P-8:30P
$30/$40 month $10 drop-in rate $30/$40 month $10 drop-in rate $30/$40 month $10 drop-in rate
Bujinkan Ninjutsu - Martial Arts
The Bujinkan Dojo is dedicated to the study and promotion of traditional Japanese Ninja and Samurai martial arts as taught by Grandmaster Masaaki Hatsumi, in Noda-shi Japan. Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu comprises nine different but complimentary martial arts traditions that encompass all aspects of personal combat and self protection skills. Our training will consist of armed and unarmed personal combat techniques, as taught in Japan. Our martial art is truly martial in that it is centered on centuries old, combat-tested techniques. We are not a sport martial art, nor do we compete in tournaments or match-type competitions. While this sounds very serious, and indeed it is, we are also here to have fun, improve ourselves, learn from each other, and find ways to live our lives without fear. As Hatsumi-Sensei says “...to become people that can live.” Sensei Matt Relyea is a black belt student in Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu under 15th Degree Black belt, Master Ed Martin, a direct student of Grandmaster Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi. Location: GPCRC Fitness Room Instructor: Matt Relyea MIN/MAX: 4/15 Activity #
344555-06 344555-07 344555-08
Age Day Date
12+ 12+ 12+
Sa Sa Sa
Monthly Monthly Monthly
7:00P-8:30P 7:00P-8:30P 7:00P-8:30P
$30/$40 month $10 drop-in rate $30/$40 month $10 drop-in rate $30/$40 month $10 drop-in rate
Please see Fitness Pages for additional Martial Art Offerings at the Grand Park Community Rec Center.
Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
343401-1A 16+ M 06/17-07/15 343401-1B 16+ M 07/22-08/19
5:30P-07:30P $75/$85 5:30P-07:30P $75/$85
“ It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing!” Learn modern 6- count swing (a.k.a the Jitterbug) and traditional 8 count Lindy Hop. Basic to intermediate footwork, turns, twirls and The Charleston will be the focus. There will be a “Friday Night Dance” on the Friday after the last class for students and will be open to the public. All levels welcome. Location: Fraser Historic Church Instructor: Matt Reylea MIN/MAX: 6/15 Activity #
05/29 - 06/26 07/24 - 08/21
$65 couple /$35 individual $65 couple /$35 individual
Living the Life you Love
With the support of a life coach, the power of the group and clear tools, you can truly make powerful decisions about where your life is headed and how you intend to live it. Price includes a workbook. Come with an open mind & heart. Location: GPRC Classroom North Instructor: Danielle Longano MIN/MAX: 4/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
343321-06 343321-07 343321-08 343321-09 343321-10
16-Adult 16-Adult 16-Adult 16-Adult 16-Adult
Sa W Sa Sa Sa
06/01 & 06/08 06/26 - 7/31 08/24 & 08/31 09/28 &10/05 10/26 & 11/02
9:30A-1:30P 6:00P-7:30P 9:30A-1:30P 1:00P-5:00P 9:30A-1:30P
$125/$135 $125/$135 $125/$135 $125/$135 $125/$135
An opportunity to expand your creativity! This class provides a variety of pottery experience and encourages you to develop your creativity. Throw on the wheel and use various hand, glazing & decorative techniques. Experienced and beginning potters welcome. Location: Fraser Program Building Art Classroom Instructor: Megan Peterson MIN/MAX: 4/10
Grand Park Community Recreation Center
Grand Park Community Recreation Center www.fraservalleyrec.org / www.polecreekgolf.com
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Leisure Pool with 20’ Loop Slide, Spray and Play Feature, Vortex, Lazy River & Zero Depth Entry Pool 25 yard Lap Pool with 1 Meter Diving Board Whirlpool, Sauna & Steam Room Pool Party Room Climbing Wall with Fixed Ropes & Auto-Belay* Gymnastic Center with Olympic Fly Bed Tramp & Foam Pit* Multi-sport Gymnasium Precor & Cybex Cardio Equipment with PVS Cybex Eagle Circuit Training Equipment Urethane Free Weights with Hammer Strength Olympic Lifting Platform Running / Walking Track Group Fitness /Dance Studio Community Meeting Rooms Drop-in Child Watch Locker Rooms & Family Changing Rooms Lobby with Fireplace, Wi-Fi, TV, Wii & Game Tables
* 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 Aquatics closes 30 minutes before facility close
We work and play here too!
July 4th - close at 4pm Celebrate the 4th at the Fraser Sports Complex Thanksgiving Day - Closed Facility Age Policy
Children age 10 and under must have a paying guardian aged 16 or older onsite at the facility at all times. See below for area-specific age policies.
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Aquatics Facilities Aquatics facilities are open during recreation center hours but close thirty minutes prior to the facility. ■■ Infants are not allowed in the spa, steam or sauna ■■ Children age 10 & under must have a paying guardian (16 or older) in the pool area at all times, (or in the facility upon your child passing a swim test) ■■ Children must be 48” tall to ride the slide unless accompanied by a guardian or upon passing a swim test ■■ Only US Coast Guard approved flotation devices are allowed in the pools ■■ All policies are subject to lifeguard’s discretion Please visit our website www.fraservalleyrec.org to stay updated on our pool hours.
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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. Bouldering is allowed anytime except during scheduled programs. Please do not boulder above your own height. Children must have a waiver signed by a guardian 18 years or older. 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 use is 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 - JULY HOURS* MONDAY - THURSDAY 7:45-11:45AM FRIDAY - SATURDAY 8:00AM - 12:00PM SUNDAY 10:00AM- 12:00PM *HOURS CHANGE MONTHLY PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE www.fraservalleyrec.org or call (970) 726-8968 x.0 ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■
$3.00 per hour for members / $4.00 per hour for non-members (punch cards are not considered a membership) 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 certain 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. $15 1st / child $10/2nd child. MUST pre-register 726-8968 x0 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 firstname.lastname@example.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 email@example.com
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Grand Park Community Recreation Center
Fitness Center Fitness area is open during all recreation center hours. Complimentary youth and adult orientations are available first come; first served: Monday-Wednesday at 10:30, Thursday and Friday 1:30 pm, also available by appointment.
Parent & Tot Swim Lessons
This class is perfect for children who are too young to start Preschool swim lessons but are ready to get in the water and learn. Parents will be in the water with their child the entire time. Toddlers will practice kicks, putting their face in the water, breath control, and floats. All skills will be performed with the assistance of the parent. Families with multiples, please note that an adult must accompany each child. Swim diapers must be worn in the pool by all children 3 and younger. Location: GPCRC Natatorium Instructor: Laura Barnhardt MIN/MAX: 3/5 Activity #
311913-1A 311913-1B 311913-2A 311913-2B
.5-3 .5-3 .5-3 .5-3
W F W F
06/19-07/17 06/21-07/19 07/24-08/21 07/26-08/23
9:15A-9:45A 9:15A-9:45A 9:15A-9:45A 9:15A-9:45A
$20/$25 $20/$25 $20/$25 $20/$25
This class is 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.) Location: GPCRC Natatorium Instructor: Zak Kilburn MIN/MAX: 4/8 Activity #
311101-1A 311101-1B 311101-2A 311101-2B
4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5
W F W F
06/19-07/17 06/21-07/19 07/24-08/21 08/26-08/23
9:15A-9:45A 9:15A-9:45A 9:15A-9:45A 9:15A-9:45A
$20/$25 $20/$25 $20/$25 $20/$25
Session 1 June 19th - July 17th Session 2 July 24th - August 21st Session 3 July 26th - August 23rd
STARFISH - 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.
MINNOWS - 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. FISH -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. FLYING FISH -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. DOLPHINS -STROKE REFINEMENT: (Level 5) Continues refinement of front crawl, backstroke, elementary
backstroke, breaststroke and sidestroke as well as introducing butterfly, surface dives and springboard diving. Includes 1) alternate breathing, 2) swimming underwater, 3) butterfly, 4) open turns, 5) diving safety and 6) diving progression from the board. SHARKS -SKILL PROFICIENCY: (Level 6) Develops maximum stroke efficiency and introduces both surface dives and flip turns. Includes 1) further diving proficiency, 2) alternative kicks for treading water, 3) tuck and pike surface dives, 4) throwing rescues, 5) turning spinal injuries and 6) approach stroke. ORCAS -ADVANCED SWIMMERS: (Level 7) Refines swimming strokes and diving skills, teaches advanced rescue skills
and encourages lifetime fitness. Includes 1) development of lifetime fitness, 2) springboard diving in tuck and pike positions, 3) in-water rescues utilizing equipment, 4) conditioning principles, 5) review Basic Water Safety skills and 6) assist with a backboard rescue (neck and spinal injuries).
Location: GPCRC Natatorium Instructor: Staff
MIN/MAX: 4/16 (per level class size max 8)
Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(M/NM) Level
321105-1A 321105-1B 321105-1C 321105-1D 321105-2A 321105-2B 321105-2C 321105-2D
5-12 5-12 5-12 5-12 5-12 5-12 5-12 5-12
W W F F W W F F
06/19-07/17 06/19-07/17 06/21-07/19 06/21-07/19 07/24-08/21 07/24-08/21 07/26-08/23 07/26-08/23
9:45A-10:30A $30/$35 10:30A-11:15A $30/$35 9:45A-10:30P $30/$35 10:30A-11:15A $30/$35 9:45A-10:30A $30/$35 10:30A-1:45P $30/$35 9:45A-10:30A $30/$35 10:30A-11:15A $30/$35
1-7 1-7 1-7 1-7 1-7 1-7 1-7 1-7
Each level must be passed successfully before going onto the next!
AFTER COMPLETION OF FLYING FISH (Level 4), YOU ARE WELCOME TO TRYOUT FOR OUR SUMMER 2013 PEAK SWIM TEAM!
Swim Lessons will be offered on Wednesdays or Fridays
Peak Swim Team
Summer is here and the Peak Swim Team will take to the pool and the road to compete against the Vail/Eagle Valley League. Peak Swim Team encourages youth of Grand County to participate, develop, and improve their swimming skills while recognizing individual achievements, efforts, and contributions to team goals. Children between the ages of 5 and 16 are welcome to join the swim team, and must meet only one requirement: All 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. We encourage youth to complete swim lessons through Level 4 prior to trying out. Details of meets and other team information available as it becomes available at http://www.teamunify.com or thru www.fraservalleyrec.org. Try-out on May 28th at 5:00pm. Meets will be held on Fridays. (Additional child discounts) Location: GPCRC Natatorium Instructor: Audrey Walker, Jenn Stuart, Leigha Kline and Tim Stabbe
Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(M/NM) Level
321306-AU 321306-BL 321306-GR
5-16 5-16 5-16
M,Tu,Th M,Tu,Th M,Tu,Th
06/10-08/01 06/10-08/01 06/10-08/01
8:30A -9:30A $120/$140 Gold for advanced 9:30A -10:30A $120/$140 Blue for intermediate 10:30A -11:15A $120/$140 Green for beginners
Red Cross Lifeguard Training
For anyone 15 years or older who is looking to obtain the skills and certifications required to become a lifeguard! Learn a new skill to take with you into the future. 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, and tread water for 2 minutes. You will need to pass the pre-test in order to continue with the course. Bring a lunch, water bottle, snacks with you and dry clothes. Location: GPCRC Natatorium Instructor: Zak Kilburn & Tim Stabbe MIN/MAX: 6/10 Activity #
Tues - Friday
8:00A -04:00P $190/$200
Private Swim Lessons
Do you or your child need special one on one attention? Our Certified staff is available for private lessons. Please contact Tim Stabbe at (970) 726-8968 X.105 or Tim@fraservalleyrec.org to schedule a private lesson.
The Baby-sitting Basics course is ideal for current and future baby-sitters. 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 baby sitter. This training shows you how to respond to emergencies and recognize safety issues that you might face with pre-school and younger children. Please bring snacks and a lunch. Location: GPCRC South Classroom Instructor: Leigh Edwards / Tim Stabbe MIN/MAX: 5/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
Red Cross CPR & First Aid Training
Red Cross skills are important for everyone in the community, whether you’re at work, caring for children or relaxing with friends or family. Red Cross classes meet OSHA and the National Safety Council regulations and are delivered by outstanding instructors to ensure that you receive the highest-quality training. This class is for the community responder who either needs certification for work or would like to learn lifesaving skill in case of an emergency at home, work or on the trail. All three classes include AED training. Successful participants will receive certification that is valid for 2 years. Challenges are available for those who would like to retest without taking the full course and are scheduled on an individual basis. Youth under 16 may be accompanied by adult. Location: GPCRC South Classroom Instructor: Tim Stabbe MIN/MAX: 5/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
343304 - 1A 343304 - 1B 343304 - 1C
16+ 16+ 16+
F F F
07/05 07/05 07/05
09:00A-11:00P $40/$50 09:00A-12:00P $50/$60 09:00A-02:00P $60/$70
CPR for the Professional Rescuer
ADULT CPR ONLY ADULT CHILD & INFANT CPR ONLY ADULT CHILD & INFANT CPR & FIRST AID
This course is for the Professional Rescuer or Health Care Provider that needs a higher level of training. This training includes two-person CPR, BVM and using AED. Successful participants will receive certification that is valid for 2 years. Location: GPCRC South Classroom Instructor: Tim Stabbe MIN/MAX: 5/20 Activity #
343306 - 1A
Wilderness First Aid & Training
Whether you’re a scout, an outdoor enthusiast or you work in a remote environment, our Wilderness and Remote First Aid course gives you the skills you need to respond to an emergency when help may be delayed.
Topics include: • Primary and Secondary Assessments • Head (Brain), Neck and Spinal Injuries • Heat-Related Emergencies & Hypothermia • Altitude-Related Illnesses, Allergies & Anaphylaxis • Bone and Joint Injuries and Burns • Wounds and Wound Infection • And more! Participants must possess current adult CPR/AED certification (or the equivalent) and be at least 14 years of age on or before the last scheduled session of the course. Pre-requisites will be verified by the instructor at the start of the course and are required for student participation in this course. Location: GPCRC South Classroom Instructor: Tim Stabbe & Bryan Kettlewell MIN/MAX: 5/12 Activity #
343313-1A 14+ F & Sa 8/23-8/24 9:00A-6:00P 343313-2A 14+ F & Sa 5/11-5/18 9:00A-6:00P
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Red Cross Classes
Red Cross Baby-sitting Training
Red Cross Classes
American Red Cross Dog & Cat CPR/FA
Are you prepared for an animal-related emergency? Do you know how to protect your pet from further harm during an emergency through proper first aid procedures? Do you have pet first aid kit? You can learn all this and more at our American Red Cross Dog and Cat First Aid and CPR course. You will learn how to create a pet evacuation plan, and how to safely approach, muzzle, and restrain an injured dog or cat. Youâ€™ll learn life-saving techniques to perform should your dog or cat be choking, in shock, bleeding, have sprains and strains, fractures, spinal injuries, burns, seizures, a car accident or sudden illness. Location: GPCRC North Classroom Instructor: Tim Stabbe MIN/MAX: 5/10 Activity #
Home without a Hassle Winter Park/Denver Airport Shuttle Family and Friends Rates 22 shuttle trips daily Local Hertz rental cars Private Charter Service PO Box 279 Winter Park, CO 80482 (970) 726-5060 www.ridehj.com
Girls on Saturday, June 8 Boys on Friday, August 2 (This is the State Meet for Boys!)
Comp Girls Level 4 & 5
All teams are involved in the C.A.R.A League (Colorado Association of Recreational Athletes). The C.A.R.A Gymnastic League was created to be different from the USAG Program. USAG is a more competitive organization that gymnasts may choose to pursue in the future. Our current coaching staff is certified in both C.A.R.A and USAG. C.A.R.A promotes the opportunity to compete and be successful in the sport of Gymnastics on a fun, recreational level. Girls competing in C.A.R.A are required to pay an annual competition fee of $100. Gymnasts perform the same routines as one another on the beam, bars, vault and floor. R outines are based on C.A.R.A guidelines. Multi-child discounts are available. Thursday practices are also for the Alpine Aces. Friday practices are not mandatory. * June times start on June 10th Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio Instructor: Hoppy Hayes and Coaching Staff MIN/MAX: 5/30 Activity # 525204-06 525204-07 525204-08
Age 7-16 7-16 7-16
Day & Time Tu 5:00-7:30P, Th 9:00A-11:30A F 12:00-2:00P Tu 5:00-7:30P, Th 9:00A-11:30A F 12:00-2:00P Tu 5:00-7:30P, Th 9:00A-11:30A F 12:00-2:00P
Date June* July August
Fee(M/NM) $75/$85 $75/$85 $75/$85
Competition Girls Optionals
All teams are involved in the C.A.R.A League (Colorado Association of Recreational Athletes). The C.A.R.A Gymnastic League was created to be different from the USAG Program. USAG is a more competitive organization that gymnasts may choose to pursue in the future. Our current coaching staff is certified in both C.A.R.A and USAG. C.A.R.A promotes the opportunity to compete and be successful in the sport of Gymnastics on a fun, recreational level. Girls competing in C.A.R.A are required to pay an annual competition fee of $100. Gymnasts perform the same routines as one another on the beam, bars, vault and floor. Routines are based on C.A.R.A guidelines. You must have coach approval to be in the Optional program. Fridays practice is not mandatory. * June times start on June 10th Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio Instructor: Hoppy Hayes and Coaching Staff MIN/MAX: 5/30 Activity # Age Day & Time Date Fee(ID/OD)
525205-06 525205-07 525205-08
7-16 7-16 7-16
M 5:00-8:00P W 9:30A-12:30P F 12:00-2:00P M 5:00-8:00P W 9:30A-12:30P F 12:00-2:00P M 5:00-8:00P W 9:30A-12:30P F 12:00-2:00P
June* July August
$85/$95 $85/$95 $85/$95
Competitive Boys and Level 5 League
The boys team keeps growing! If you are interested in becoming part of this team, please contact Hoppy Hayes at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Grand Park Community Rec Center. Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio Instructor: Hoppy Hayes and Coaching Staff Activity #
Day & Time
W 5:00-7:00P & Th 4:00P-6:00P
Private Gymnastic Coaching: A one-on-one opportunity for children of all ages and abilities to develop their skills. Please contact us at (970) 726-8968 to set up an instructor and time that meets your childâ€™s needs and schedule. Fees are $30 member and $35 non-member based on one hour sessions. 33
Come support our Alpine Gymnastics teams as they compete in their C.A.R.A Meets at the Grand Park Community Rec Center
This is a semi-structured class. Parents are required to participate with their child. This class will cover stretching, basic locomotive skills and obstacle courses that involve climbing, hanging, swinging, rolling and balancing. Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 4/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(M/NM)
1.3-3.5 Tu 1.3-3.5 Tu
9:30A-10:30A $25/$30 9:30A-10:30A $25/$30
Kidnastics is an introduction to the sport of gymnastics. Learn basic fundamentals of floor exercise, balance beam, rings, bars, vault and trampoline while emphasizing strength building, coordination, and body awareness. Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 4/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(M/NM)
3.5-5 Tu 3.5-5 Tu
10:30A-11:30A $25/$30 10:30A-11:30A $25/$30
This is a family oriented program where kids and their parents can come experience our gymnastic facility. Bring the family in for a fun, unstructured time with supervision from our gymnastics staff. Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio * NO CLASS June 8 - CARA Meet Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 4/16 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(M/NM)
525419-6F 525419-6S 525419-7F 525419-7S 525419-8F 525419-8S
0+ 0+ 0+ 0+ 0+ 0+
F Sa F Sa F Sa
June June* July July August August
10:00A-11:30A $10/$10 per class 10:00A-11:30A $10/$10 per class 10:00A-11:30A $10/$10 per class 10:00A-11:30A $10/$10 per class 10:00A-11:30A $10/$10 per class 10:00A-11:30A $10/$10 per class
$7/ 2nd child $7/ 2nd child $7/ 2nd child $7/ 2nd child $7/ 2nd child $7/ 2nd child
Boys of Summer Gymnastics
A boys gymnastics class designed to teach skills on beam, bars, pommel horse, mushroom, vault, mini tramp, floor exercise, and trampoline. Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 5/16 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(M/NM)
Girls of Summer Gymnastics
A girls gymnastics class designed to teach skills on beam, bars, pommel horse, mushroom, vault, mini tramp, floor exercise, and trampoline. Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 5/16 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)
Please visit our website www.fraservalleyrec.org for our May and June Gymnastics Schedule!
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 you belay certification and my use the wall when the recreation center is open and no climbing programs are scheduled.
Cost: $10 includes future use of all equipment.
Climbing Skills Clinic- for the new climber
This class 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, to tie with a proper figure 8 follow through knot and basic climbing commands. You may then become fied and us the auto belay certified on the wall whenever the Recreation Center is open and no climbing programs are scheduled. Cost: $25 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 are vary and current times are posted at the GPCRC front desk or on our website www.fraservalleyrec.org. YOUTH OUTDOOR CLIMBING ADVENTURE CLUB COMING THIS SUMMER! STAY TUNED FOR DETAILS!
PRE-REGISTRATION WITH PAYMENT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR TRAMP CLASSES - THEY FILL QUICKLY!! Visit www.fraservalleyrec.org or call (970)726-8968 x.0. Classes are available on the 15th of the month prior.
This program is for all level “jumpers” . If it’s your first time we will introduce the basic bouncing skills of trampolining, and if you have experience we will verify the individual’s capabilities so we can provide the safest environment possible. This class is also offered as a drop-in class at $10 per class, space available. This program will also take the individual into the next phase of spacial awareness, utilizing and combining the basic skills of the flight test program. The individual is introduced to basic inverted and twisting skills. Pre-registration highly recommended. Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio Instructor: Certified Staff Activity #
465515 465515 465515 465515
6+ 6+ 6+ 6+
Sa Sa Su Su
June - August June - August June - August June - August
04:00P-05:00P 05:00P-06:00P 04:00P-05:00P 05:00P-06:00P
$10 $10 $10 $10
Tramp Intermediate / Advanced
This program takes the individual into the next phase of special awareness, utilizing and combining the basic skills of the flight test program; the individual is introduced to inverted and twisting skills. A skill evaluation is required before being admitted to this class. Pre-registration highly recommended. Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio Instructor: Certified Staff Activity #
June - August
Fee(Mem / Non-Mem)
Important Information: Cost $10 per class. Punch cards now available - 10 punches for $95. Punch cards are transferable ONLY within a household. A great way for your children to attend the classes and not have cash on hand. Please check-in, pay, sign waiver in advance at the front desk. This fee does NOT gain entry into the facility for non-members.
Tramp and Climbing
Climbing Skills Assesment - for the experienced climber
Silver Sneakers & Senior Programs
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. All program 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 Program Members along the way. * Access to participating SilverSneakers® programs across the country at no charge.
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. Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:15-11:15 am.
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. Fridays from 10:15 - 11:15am.
Silver Sneakers® Cardio: New Class! Beginning in June
Get Up & Go with an aerobics class for you – safe, heart-healthy and gentle on the joints. The workout includes easyto-follow low-impact movement, and upper-body strength, abdominal conditioning, stretching and relaxation exercises designed to energize your active lifestyle. Starting in June on Wednesdays from 10:15 - 11:15am
Calling all Seniors and SilverSneakers® members! Join us each month in the combined classroom for free food and fun with friends. Festive attire encouraged! Bring treats to share or just yourself. Lunch and games will be provided. Get your workout in before the party with SilverSneakers® Muscle Strength and Range of Movement and instructor Lucy Lozar. Class is free for SilverSneakers® members or $5 drop-in/fitness punch. You are encouraged to join us even if you choose not to work-out first! If the weathers nice we will eat pool side on the patio.
Tuesdays, May 14, June 18, July 9, August 13, September 10 from 11:15 - 1:00pm
Get ready for an intense outdoor workout consisting of drills, strength exercises, core work, hill sprinting, and lots more! Running is a part of this boot camp. It’s not long distances but we do run from one spot to another. If you have running issues then this is not the class for you. You will be down on your hands in the grass and sometimes in the dirt. Bring a pair of gloves and know that you will get a little dirty so leave your designer workout clothes at home!! Water bottle, towel, sunglasses, and sunscreen highly recommended. Class will leave the lobby of the rec center promptly at 12:15 PM. Class will be held in the group exercise room in case of inclement weather. Offered with Lucy Lozar on Fridays from 12:15 - 1:15pm June - August.
Guided Exercise Plan
A personalized 6 week plan that is tailored to you to meet your specific fitness and nutrition goals. Please contact Lucy Lozar email@example.com of John John Florkiewicz, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to schedule.
Functional Movement Screen
The Functional Movement Screen is an assessment that documents movement patterns that are key to normal function. By 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 those exercises that will be most effective to restore proper movement and build strength. Instructors: John Florkiewicz and Lucy Lozar
Activity # 544612
Day, Date & Time By Appointment Only
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. Appointment only. Activity # 544613
Day, Date & Time By Appointment Only
Fee(ID/OD) $25 / per person or $200 for 10 Sessions
Fitness program schedules change monthly. New PROGRAM CALENDARS are posted prior to the 23rd of each month. please visit our website www.fraservalleyrec.org. to view our monthly fitness CALENDARS. 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. MEMBERS MAY PURCHASE FITNESS PUNCH CARDS. NON-MEMBERS PAY DAILY ADMISSION FEE PLUS $5 PER CLASS
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.
Bike your way into this fun, high energy fitness class! No matter what level you ride - 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. Higher Level Class.
Intro to Spinning for all Levels:
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. 37
Outdoor Bootcamp -New Class!
Kung Fu: The Art of Shaolin is a 1500 year old tradition of coordinating mind, body and energy to the purpose of conquering suffering and promoting happiness. Born in the “small forest” temple in what is now Honan, China, the martial art of Shaolin is a tool of self-development. The study and practice of Shaolin builds strength, flexibility and stamina, and provides relief from stress, mental fatigue and boredom. The Shaolin program in Fraser Valley is designed to provide an introduction to several styles within the Art, including Tai Chi, Animal styles, classical weapons and practical self-defense techniques. Beginners learn the internal aspects of Shaolin with simple Chi-Kung exercises and a 24-posture combined style Tai Chi form, and are introduced to the external aspects or the Art through basic stances, sparring, and eagle claw self-defense techniques. As students progress they learn many more styles, including things like Tiger, Crane, Monkey and Mantis; weapons like Bow Staff and Er Chie Ku as well as other internal arts like Pa Kua Chang and Hsing I Chuan. Advanced students also practice complex styles like the Fists of Flower Mountain and Drunken Immortal Boxing, adding weapons like Broadsword, Spear and 3-sectional Staff. Shaolin meet twice a week on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Students are encouraged to practice and advance at their own pace, instructors are available to assist students Mixed Martial Arts: This class will include but not limited to: Boxing, Muay Thai Kickboxing, Freestyle Wrestling, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. In addition, we will be including a regimented conditioning program tailored specifically to the fight game. This program is for anyone looking to compete in MMA as well those just looking for an exciting way to stay in shape. We will address basic self-defense skills by enhancing your situational awareness, form, control, and striking power, as well as necessary training techniques to improve cardio, flexibility, dexterity, and overall explosiveness thereby making you more proficient in hand-to-hand combat. This class includes full-contact sparring (optional) to offer the opportunity to implement the techniques learned in training in a realistic setting. The following equipment will be REQUIRED in order to participate in this class: Mouth guard, Groin protection, Hand wraps (180), and 16oz Boxing gloves. The following equipment is optional for those who wish to participate in sparring: Headgear, and Shin Guards. This class will be offered for anyone age 16 and up.. Martial Arts: Zen Mountain Martial Arts is a martial arts club dedicated to sharpening the mind, forging the body, and honing the human spirit. Whether you are brand new to the martial arts, or have years of experience, we offer a variety of in depth training to bring out your inner warrior. “Expect stretching, balance, and coordination drills. Class will be offered Wednesday evenings at the Grand Park Community Recreation Center. For more information please visit www.zenmountainmartialarts.com. This is NOT a fitness punch class
Mat 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
May Madness Spin: Go on a real physical journey without leaving your seat! This ride comes complete with
nonstop peaks and valleys. Get your sweat on with this 55 minute ride that is sure to build strength and endurance! All levels; water bottle, bike shorts and shoes, and towel are recommended. Offered month of May only!
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 Power Yoga: A hatha style yoga class which incorporates breath control, heat building movement, strong standing poses, and deep stretching to balance the body. Some prior yoga experience is helpful.
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 Cycle: Ride from the shoreline to the hills in this journey that is designed to provide you with the optimum
Spin-Yoga: The first half of the class will be an all levels spin workout; we’ll finish the hour by keeping our heat
going with a vinyasa style yoga class which will incorporate flow, balance poses and spinal twists. Some knowledge of yoga will be helpful.
Get your cardio and core workout all in one class! The class will begin with a 30 minute indoor cycling workout for all levels, and will be followed by 30 minutes of core strengthening exercises and stretching.
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.
Spring Conditioning: This class utilizes metabolic resistance training to burn calories, build muscle and
elevate metabolism. The format is a timed set circuit which will include kettle bells, sandbags, training ropes, medicine balls, physioballs and body weight exercises. Stations will accommodate two people so bring a friend and workout together. Water bottle and towel are recommended.
Yoga …Afloat combines traditional yoga poses and movements, breath work, and stretching that when assisted by the water helps lengthen and strengthen muscles, support, weak joints and improve balance and coordination.
The Zumba® program fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind fitness program that will blow you away. Our goal is simple: We want you to want to work out, to love working out, and to get hooked. Zumba® goers achieve long-term benefits while experiencing an absolute blast in one exciting hour of calorie-burning, body-energizing, awe-inspiring movements meant to engage and captivate for life! 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.
in fat burning and strength building. This class is perfect for everyone because YOU determine how difficult it will be. Every class will be a variety of moves and fun music, sure to motivate and inspire! Includes flats, hills/climbing, straight-aways, sprints/racing and more! 50 minutes of spin followed by 10 minutes of core work and stretching! Water bottle, bike shorts and shoes, towel recommended. - MAY ONLY THEN BAM BEGINS AGAIN IN JUNE