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Register Today for a Fun Filled Summer! For more information on how to register visit page 4. Dear Recreation Enthusiasts,

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ACTIVITY Welcome to the Fraser Valley Metropolitan Recreation District’s (FVMRD)“Summer Guide to Fun”!New General Information…………….……………… this year, we are excited to introduce our Bandit Summer Camp specially designed to include incoming WPCC & Community Events…………………. kindergarteners along with an overnight backpacking adventure to Rocky Mountain National Park. We GC Library District……………….………………… encourage you to browse the many programs and activities offered by the FVMRD and hope you find FVMRD Summer Camps.………………………. this guide to be helpful and informative. Our team of professionals continues to work hard to provide recreational experiences for our residents and guests through innovative, quality programs and facilities Youth Field Trips…………………………………… Youth Specialty Camps…………………………. that promote health and wellness. Arts & Enrichment………………………………… Dance & Movement……….…………………….. With the help of dedicated staff, innovative partnerships and community involvement, the FVMRD was FVMRD Events……….……….…………………….. able to complete Phase 1 of the Historic Playground at the Fraser Valley Sports Complex. This one-of-akind playground, highlighted on our front cover, represents the history of Grand County through various Archery …………..…...……...…………………….. Soccer & Lacrosse………………….………………. pieces of play equipment including a stagecoach and old west buildings. Tipis and a canoe pay homage Teen Programs & Skateboarding .………… to the history of the Ute Indians in the Fraser Valley. Educational components include interpretive signage created by the Grand County Historical Association. The Colorado Lottery recognized this project Tennis………………………………………………….. Golf ………….…………..…...……………………….. with the prestigious Starburst Award. We saw several additional achievements over the past year including: • Completed phase 1 of Cart Path Paving project at Pole Creek Golf Club. This phased approach has allowed us to concentrate on improving the guest experience on our course with minimal disruption to play. Phase 2 is scheduled for completion early this summer. • Adoptedthe updated 2017 FVMRD Master Plan. This visionary detailed plan helps to establish priorities for the FVMRD for a five-to-ten year period, identifying immediate and long-range goals. • Entered into a lease agreement with Winter Park Adventure Quest (WPAQ) to construct and operate an aerial adventure park and climbing tower at the FVSC. Facility is scheduled to be open in June 2017. We are thankful to our residents, guests and partners who understand the value and importance of parks and recreation. If you have comments or suggestions for ways we can better meet your recreational needs, please feel free to contact us. If you would like more information, please visit our website at www.fraservalleyrec.org or give us a call at (970) 726-8968. We look forward to seeing you this summer. Yours in Recreation,

Scott Ledin Scott Ledin Director of Parks, Recreation& Golf

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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 Dan Weida~ Aquatics Coordinator ~ dan@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 Alan Sontag ~ Facility Maintenance Manager ~ alan@fraservalleyrec.org Parks and Athletics Austin DeGarmo ~ Parks and Athletics Manager ~ austin@fraservalleyrec.org Scott Lozar ~ Athletics Supervisor ~ slozar@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 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 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR FIELD TRIPS!** 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 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. SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION As a Colorado state-licensed childcare program, you will be required to complete all necessary forms prior to your child’s participation in our programs. Prior to registering, all forms for 2017 need to be completed online through CampDocs. Please contact Emily Weida, Youth Program Supervisor, at emily@fraservalleyrec.org, to complete these forms. Once you have completed the necessary forms, you can then register and pay for camp through FVMRD.

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1. Online Registration: www.fraservalleyrec.org, click on: “Programs & Athletics” tab > “Register Here” button -> Log in-> “Summer Camps” button -> category “Summer Camps”” -> “Search” button -> scroll down and click on the small calendar icon to bring up the summer calendar and click on the days (+) you’d like to register for. You may also put CAMP or name of the camp you are looking to enroll in, in the “Keyword Seach” bar and then click on “Search” 4


2017 WPCC SPECIAL EVENTS CALENDAR

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All events & dates are subject to change. Visit playwinterpark.com for updates

Weekly Music & Events

June 29-Aug. 24 High-Note Thursdays Kicking off weekend music events in Winter Park on Thursdays from 6–8 pm.

Thursdays bring a mix of musical styles to Hideaway Park. This is a FREE event! Bring your picnic and we provide the chairs.

June 18-Aug. 27

Yoga and Pilates classes at Hideaway Park, 9-10am, free! June 25, July 16 & 23 and August 13 at Cooper Creek Square

Signature Events

Fitness in the Park

June 24-25 14th Annual Blues from the Top The Grand County Blues Society presents this Annual Blues Festival in downtown

Winter Park at the Hideaway Park amphitheater on June 24 & 25, 2017. Expect days and nights filled with sweet soul music and mingling. Headliners include THE Fabulous Thunderbirds featuring Kim Wilson and Anders Osborne

July 1

Rendezvous Run for Independence

Join us in beautiful Winter Park, Colorado’s Favorite Playground, for the Rendezvous Run for Independence 5 mile run/walk, 7am-12pm, register at www.playwinterpark.com, 800-903-7275.

July 4 Lance Gutersohn’s 4th of July Celebration

Come join us for a family fun holiday at Hideaway Park in Winter Park, including inflatables, face painters, magic show and more for the kids from 6-9pm, live music by Buckstein for the big kids from 6-9:30pm, and fireworks at dark to celebrate Independence Day.

July 8 2nd Annual Tequila &Tacos

Tequilla & Taco Tasting, Live Music and So Much More!

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July 15-16 Winter Park Jazz Festival The 35th Annual Winter Park Jazz Festival will be held at the Hideaway Park amphitheater

in downtown Winter Park on our brand new, state-of-the-art stage! for a weekend packed with music and entertainment for Jazz lovers. Jazz Fest tickets are now on sale! Headline Artists include MAZE featuring Frankie Beverly and R&R featuring Rick Braun & Richard Elliot among others. Tickets at www.playwinterpark.com

July 28-30 Mountain Bike Capital USA™ Weekend Come discover for yourself why Winter Park is Mountain Bike Capital USA™! This namesake

weekend will be coming to you on July 28-30, 2017. Enjoy bike clinics with Alison Powers, guided cross country rides, family exploration rides, Colorado Freeride Festival & Live music, food and endless fun!

August 5 Winter Park Beer Festival Always Mountain Time, THE LIFT , KRKY “Colorado Country” and the Winter Park & Fraser

Chamber are proud to announce the 7th Annual Winter Park Beer Festival at Hideaway Park. Over 25 craft brews featured!

SolShine Music Festival August 12 Live regional and national music featuring LeftoverSalmon,

Hideaway Park, 12-9pm Sat., free, times subject to change. www.playwinterpark.com, 800-903-7275.

August 19 Winter Park Uncorked Wine Festival 3rd Annual Winter Park Uncorked will be held on August 20, 2016 at the Hideaway Park

amphitheater in downtown Winter Park. An afternoon of wine tasting and food sampling accompanied by live music and a champagne cork-off.

Free Summer Fun

In The Heart of Downtown Winter Park

Come and relax at the Square with exquisite flower gardens, courtyard fountain, kids’ climbing boulders, playground, and fire pit.

~ FREE EVENTS ~ Fridays, June 23 - Sept 1

Music On The Square, 6-8 pm

Fitness in the Park – Courtyard at Cooper Creek Square

Jun 22, 2017 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Come celebrate as the Town of Winter Park unveils the new stage at Hideaway Park! Check back for more details, it's going to be a FUN evening!

Sundays: June 25, July 16, 23 and August 13, 9-10 am

Saturdays, July 8 - August 26

Face Painting, Balloons, Bouncy House, 1-4 pm Saturday, July 1. . . . Annual Ice Cream Social, 1-4 pm Saturday, July 8. . . . Big Bubble Circus, 2 pm & 3 pm Saturday, July 22. . . . Street Performer Bekah Smith, 2 pm & 3 pm Saturday, July 29. . . . Live Music: John Denver Tribute Band, 4-6 pm Saturday, Sept. 2. . . . Labor Day Block Party & Sidewalk Sale, 1-4 pm

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Fraser Valley Library

2017 Summer Reading Program Leave No Trace Program -June 21th 10 am-12 noon Presenter: Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Staff, Bill Monkouski Location: Ammonite Site, west of Kremmling https://www.blm.gov/co/st/en/fo/kfo/AmmoniteACEC.html

Visit the TheKremmling Cretaceous Ammonite Site which is located along what would have been the western shore of an inland seaway. Shallow water invertebrate fossils, such as the PlacentcerasMeeki or Giant Ammonite, and more than 100 species of ammonites, mollusks, brachiopods, crabs and lobsters, fish and marine replies, and terrestrial plants have been discovered here by paleontologists. Some of these species have been found nowhere else in the world. Staff Paleontologist will talk about the area and the fossils that can be seen firsthand. Staff will also discuss the importance of the area, its protective designation as an Area of Critical Environmental Concern and how visitors can help "Build a Better World" by following Leave No Trace principles and in particular the "Leave What You Find" principle at special areas such as these. Time permitting we'll also visit a site where fossils can be found and legally collected.

Broome Hut Hike and Volunteer Project -June 29, 2017, 10am-2pm Presenter: Broome Hut Staff, Andy Miller

Following a group hike up to the Broome Hut, we will be doing a volunteer project for about one hour at the cabin. More information to follow.

Colorado Headwaters National Scenic and Historic Byway- July 11, 2017 10am – 12noonPresenter: BLM staff, John Monkouski

Visit the Headwaters Recreation Management Area to hike and view the scenery of Middle Park and the Colorado Headwaters National Scenic and Historic Byway, while talking about the historic horseback use and trails within the recreation area and historic ranching along the byway. We'll discuss Leave no Trace principles of "Planning Ahead and Being Prepared" and "Being Considerate to Other Visitors".GCLD will be putting together a list of items for participants to bring along as well as directions for each outing location. Participation will be limited to 30 people per event. Participants will need to sign up in advance.

July 25 & 26 Rocky Mountain Puppets

Meghan Casey brings her friends to Grand County once again! An award-winning ventriloquist, Meghan entertains with a message guaranteed to provoke laughter, fun, and later involvement as families are encouraged to “Build a Better World.” Tuesday, July 25 Granby Library 10:30 am Kremmling Library 3:00 pm Wednesday, July 26 Fraser Valley Library 11:00 am Hot Sulphur Springs 2:30 pm Juniper Library @ Grand Lake 4:30 pm

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Monday - Friday Thursdays are Field Trip Days (New for 2017) 7:30am - 5:30pm. Drop-off prior to 9:00am and pick up at FVE school begins at 4:30pm. Field trip days plan on pick up after 5:00pm. 1st Grade welcom welcome eon on Thursday & Friday

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Beginner Swim Lessons available on Mondays for the first 4 weeks of camp. If your child is interested please e-mail emily@fraservalleyrec.org

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PARENT ORIENTATION ALL CAMPS TUESDAY, JUNE 6th at 5:30pm at FVE Q & A and Meet the Counselors! *Receive a FREE day of camp for attending orientation!

FRIDAY - All day hikes

REGISTRATION BEGINS MAY 1st • Before your child can attend any FVMRD Camp you MUST complete all required health forms & waivers via CampDocs. Please e-mail emily@fraservalleyrec.org to get registered with CampDocs. • ALL campers need to be pre-registered prior to 7am the day they are attending camp.

How to Register for Summer Camp

As a Colorado state-licensed childcare program, you will be required to complete all necessary forms prior to your child’s participation in our programs. Prior to registering, all forms for 2017 need to be completed online through CampDocs. Please contact Emily Weida, Youth Program Supervisor, at emily@fraservalleyrec.org, to complete 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: “Programs & Athletics” tab > “Register Here” button -> Log in-> “Summer Camps” button -> category “Summer Camps” ” -> “Search” button -> scroll down and click on the small calendar icon to bring up the summer calendar and click on the days (+) you’d like to register for. You may also put CAMP or name of the camp you are looking to enroll in, in the “Keyword Seach” bar and then click on “Search” 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 (payment over the phone via credit card will be required to register). 4. A $3.00 per day late fee will be applied if you are not registered 12 hours prior to day your child is attending.

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TUESDAY Planned Activities June 15 - Counselor - YMCA Summer Tubing June 22 -- Outdoor Parkour Ninja WEDNESDAY Parks and Rec Center June 29 - Colorado Adventure Center THURSDAY - All Day Field Trip

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FRIDAY hikes July 6 - All day - Broome Hut Hike/Overnight* July 13 - Elitches July 19* - Rockies Game* Wednesday July 27 REGISTRATION - Grand Lake Day August 3BEGINS - Winter Park Resort MAY 1st August 10 - Heritage Square August - YMCA Zipline/High Ropes • Before17 your child can attend any FVMRD

Camp you MUST complete all required health forms & waivers via CampDocs. Please e-mail emily@fraservalleyrec.org to All grades welcome get registered with CampDocs.

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August 21 - Dart Warz • ALL campers need toSports be pre-registered August 22 - Family Center prior to 7am the day they are attending camp. August 23 - The Foundry

• Entering K -1st Grade*Must be 5 years of age • June 12 - August 16 • The MondayMarten Wednesday camp is designed for youth entering 5th8th Grade. *1st Graders are welcome to participate in the Ranger Camp • Tuesday - Thursday • Thursdays are Field and Trip Days (New for 2017) on Thursdays Fridays. •

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**PLEASE REGISTER A MINIMUM OF 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR FIELD TRIPS!** (See camp registration instructions)**Please note that if you are paying for a FULL week of camp the Field Trip is inlcluded.

All field trips will depart from the FVE/FVMRD classroom. Drop-off is between 7:30am-9:15am. We will leave for field trips promptly at 9:30am and return to FVE by 4:45pm; pick-up is 4:45-5:30pm (unless otherwise noted). Do not be late or you will miss the bus! All field trips require campers to wear an FVMRD camp shirt and bring: a bag lunch, snacks, weather appropriate clothing, sturdy shoes, & water bottle. Swim suits, sunscreen & towels are required for water-related trips! *For the safety and noticeability of our campers, children will be required to wear a brightly colored camp shirt with the FVMRD logo and phone number on all field trips. An additional fee of $15 MAY apply when you register for your first field trip. Shirts are available at the FVE classroom and fees can be paid when you pick up your shirt. The shirts are “rash guard/t-shirts” which campers will be required to wear for the duration of all field trips, including water parks. The lycra fabric is specifically engineered to provide SPF 50+ protection - the HIGHEST UVA & UVB protection available!

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COWGIRL Camp

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Lego Camp - Superheroes

Tap into your imagination with tens of thousands of LEGO®! Build engineer-designed projects such as Boats, Snowmobiles, Catapults, and Merry-Go-Rounds. Then use special pieces to create your own unique design! New and returning students can explore the endless creative possibilities of the LEGO® building system with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. There is no prerequisite for this course. Location: Full Classroom Instructor: Play-Well TEKnologies MIN/MAX: 11/18 Activity #

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“My son and his friends had so much fun at your summer camp that I don’t think he ever realized he was learning engineering! I’m sure the next time he asks the question, “When am I ever going to need this?” while doing a math problem, I’ll be the first to remind him of the principles he learned by creating cool Lego projects. Kids are motivated in different ways to learn. Teaching elementary kids how information and knowledge can be great fun and very useful will open their minds to possibilities they may never have considered. Please come! We love you!” -Quenta H

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Youth Specialty Camps

Designed to encourage confident communication skills and character development while generating creative mindsets through resourceful thinking skills and nature. Our indoor classroom will consist of a western style 30-ft canvas walled tent with breathtaking views of the continental divide.A one week camp designed for the wild girl at heart to spread her wings! Daily activities follow a multi-faceted curriculum intertwining the creative arts with horse education and yoga. Each day will have a creative art project designed to teach a variety of creative thinking skills. Workshops will teach artists how to construct art both wearable and decorative with minimal resources. Horse instruction will build cowgirl confidence by learning basic horse communication skills. They will put their communication skills to use from the ground learning to pet, brush and lead their horse. Each day we will start and end with group sharing & yoga. Yoga are a combination of music, stretching and sharing is structured to establish a comfortable environment for self-expression and acceptance. Friday Night SLEEPOVER! (newly added) What to Bring Daily? Riding helmets (riding, bike, ski or skate), long pants, hardy shoes or boots, sun hat, rain coat, sunscreen, water bottle and lunch. Light snacks and water will be provided on site. Please visit https://hithersedgeranch.wordpress.com/youth-horse-camps/for information about deposit & refund policies. Location: Hither’s Edge Ranch (Fraser) Instructor: Abbey Arabie & Lindsey England MIN/MAX: 8/20


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Theatre Camp - BEAUTY & THE BEAST Would you be able to find beauty....in a beast? Join Belle, a simple country girl, and a colorful cast of characters and she embarks on the biggest adventure of her life. Finding herself alone in a dark and scary castle, Belle meets the Beast, an intimidating monster who’s not exactly polite. Follow their journey to friendship as Belle realizes that what truly matters is the beauty you possess inside. Please bring a lunch and snack each day ! A final performance at 4pm on Friday. Location: Fraser Historic Church Instructor: Kidstage Staff MIN/MAX: 15/30 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

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Theatre Camp - ALADDIN

What would you wish for if you had 3 magical wishes? Join Aladdin and all his friends as he meets the mystical Genie who offers to make all his dreams come true...or will he? Princesses, tigers, magic carpets, and a full cast of fun characters bring this classic tale to life and help Aladdin see the importance of friendship and being true to oneself. Please bring a lunch and snack each day ! A final performance at 4pm on Friday. Location: Fraser Historic Church Instructor: Kidstage Staff MIN/MAX: 15/30 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

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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 be a pizza party and you can bring your pottery home! Location: Program Building - Pottery Studio Instructor: Patty Alander MIN/MAX: 4/8 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 323400-01 6-14 W 06/21-07/19 4:00P-5:00P $60/$65 323400-02 6-14 W 07/26-08/23 4:00P-5:00P $60/$65 323400-03 6-14 Th 09/14-10/12 3:30P-5:00P $60/$65

Pottery - Adult

This basic to intermediate class introduces fundamental handbuilding techniques, including pinch, coil and slab construction and wheel throwing to make bowls, vases, cups and other vessel forms. Discover the Joy of clay! Location: Program Building - Pottery Room Instructor: Patty Alander MIN/MAX: 4/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

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Mosaic Glass Workshops

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)

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Creative Collage Workshop

Engage your creative side! Tear paper, cut up magazines, paint - use any medium that inspires you to create a canvas “masterpiece�. We encourage all ages 10+ to participate. Location: Program Building - Art Classroom Instructor: Patty Alander MIN/MAX: 3/10 Activity #

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Arts & Enrichment

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Dance

Dance - Creative Movement

Creative Movement is a co-ed class that will introduce the young mover to the joy of dance. We will explore storytelling through dance and the physicality of characterization. In our exploration we will address the fundamentals of music and dance technique in a fun and inspiring environment. We will end the session with a studio showing. Tank top or T shirt tucked into a pair of fitted shorts, sweatpants, or leggings, socks are fine but no dance shoes are required. Location: Fraser Historic Church Instructor: Barbara Javors MIN/MAX: 4/15 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

563210-04 563210-05

4-6 4-6

M M

06/26-07/17 07/24-08/14

5:30P-6:15P 5:30P-6:15P

$40/$45 $40/$45

Summer Dance Club

“Keep your Dance on” over the summer months and join Barbara Javors for Rhythmic Fun. experience the wonder of dance and the joy of performing. Students will be exposed many different styles of dance from ballet to modern, hip hop, tap and jazz. Discover dance as an art, and a way of self-expression. We welcome even the non-dancer to be part of the excitement of the summer club and participate in an end of the season performance. Open to ages 7+ or participants 6+ that participated in our Dance Programs this past Spring. Location: Fraser Historic Church Instructor: Barbara Javors MIN/MAX: 5/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

313207-01

6.99-16

M

06/26-08/14

3:00P-5:00P

$150/$155

Zumba® - Adult

Zumba takes the “work” out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for 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 *NO CLASS 7/4 Instructor: Montana Cramer MIN/MAX: 5/20 Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

16-102 16-102 16-102

M T W

June-August May-Mid July June-August

5:45P-6:45P 8:30A-9:30A 5:45P-6:45P

$5per class* $5per class* $5per class*

*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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Parents Night Out - 2017

Saturday, July 1. . . . Annual Ice Cream Social, 1-4 pm

Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)Saturday, July 8. . . . Big Bubble Circus, 2 pm & 3 pm

167202-T9 167202-F8 167202-T10 367202-F1 367202-F2 367202-F3 367202-F4 367202-F5 367202-F6 367202-F7 367202-F8 367202-F9 367202-F10 367202-F11 367202-F12 367202-F13

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05/11-05/11 05/19-05/19 05/25-05/25 06/16-06/16 06/23-06/23 06/30-06/30 07/07-07/07 07/14-07/14 07/21-07/21 07/28-07/28 08/04-08/04 08/11-08/11 08/18-08/18 08/25-08/25 09/08-09/08 09/15-09/15

4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P

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Saturday, July 22. . . . Street Performer Bekah Smith, 2 pm & 3 pm Saturday, July 29. . . . Live Music: John Denver Tribute Band, 4-6 pm Saturday, Sept. 2. . . . Labor Day Block Party & Sidewalk Sale, 1-4 pm

THE PLACE TO BE A Shopping & Dining Experience

www.coopercreeksquare.com

8th Annual

COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE saturday,june 24 8:30am - Noon Grand Park Community Recreation Center back Parking Lot

Sunday, August 6th $10 a “spot” prior to June 21 * *$25 after

REGISTER TODAY !

Event begins at 9am, facility opens at 8:30am for participants. Staggered start times depending on age group.

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FVMRD Events

Free Summer Fun

Let your kids have fun at the Rec while you enjoy time on the town! Our summer Parent’s Night Out are offered on various evenings from 4:30-8:30pm. Open for children age 3+ (must be potty trained). PerHeart childoffee includesWinter pizza Park In The Downtown dinner. Please bring a swim suit and towel as we may enjoy a swim, as well as the other activities the Rec Center has to Come and relax at the Square with exquisite flower gardens, courtyard fountain, kids’ climbingpre-register boulders, playground, and fire pit. offer. We end the evening with some quiet time with stories or a movie in the Penguin Room. MUST 726-8968 x0. Cancellations made at least 24-hours in advance will receive a household credit. If the minimum is not ~ FREE EVENTS ~ met 24-hours in advance we reserve the right to cancel the activity. If you choose to enjoy your evening at Cooper Fridays, June 23 - Sept 1 Creek Square and spend $50 or more there, you will receive a $15.00 credit on your FVMRD account when you turn Music On The Square, 6-8 pm your receipt into the front desk at the end of the evening. One receipt per family please. Fitness in the Park – Courtyard at Cooper Creek Square Sundays: June 25, July 16, 23 and August 13, 9-10 am Location: GPCRC Penguin Room Saturdays, July 8 - August 26 Instructor: FVMRD Staff MIN/MAX: 3/12 Face Painting, Balloons, Bouncy House, 1-4 pm


Archery

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 10:30am with a minimum of four kids. Location: Utah Junction C Lot at Mary Jane Instructor: Sean Curran

MIN/MAX: 4/8

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

328000-01 328000-03

6-12 6-12

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06/28-07/19 07/26-08/16

11:00A-12:15P $45/$50 11:00A-12:15P $45/$50

Archery II

For the experienced archer who would like to continue to improve their skills. 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 noon with a minimum of four kids.

Location: Utah Junction C Lot at Mary Jane Instructor: Sean Curran MIN/MAX: 4/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

328001-01 328001-02

8-99 8-99

W W

06/28-07/19 07/26-08/16

12:30P-1:45P $45/$50 12:30P-1:45P $45/$50

Family Archery Day

Grab family and friends for a day of learning and fun at the Archery Range. Meet Sean Curran at the Utah Junction Parking Lot at the Mary Jane and learn or improve your Archery skills at the targets. Bow and arrows are available on-site or feel free to bring your own equipment.

Location: Utah Junction C Lot at Mary Jane Instructor: Sean Curran

MIN/MAX: 3/14

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

328002-01

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11:00A-12:30P $10/$10


Registration closes July 31, 2017. Children registering after July 31 will be placed on a wait list & will not be guaranteed placement.

Advanced League Recreation League (Travel Teams)

Take your soccer skills to the next level by playing teams from all across the state. Advanced Team (Club) tryouts will be in May. Club teams require a greater degree of commitment and the ability to travel for away games. The fees are also substantially higher. For more information or questions, visit our website at www.grandcountysoccer.com or e-mail us at grandcountysoccer@gmail.com. Participants will need to attend evaluations in May and come to a team camp in August. Please contact us if you are interested but missed the tryouts. Practice will begin in July and games start in August.

British Challenger Soccer Camps

British Soccer Camp coming to Granby, Kremmling, and Fraser this summer!!

Camp Host: Grand County Soccer Club Ages: 3-16 years Grand County - Granby - June 26th - 30th Grand County - Kremmling - July 10th-July 14th Grand County - Fraser - July 24th - July 28th Registration: Available online at www.challengersports.com (Under “Search for Program”, click on “British Soccer Summer Camps” and enter your zip code.) Register early to receive a FREE British Soccer replica jersey!

Host a British Coach!

The coaches of your summer camp will stay with local families in your community for the duration of the camp week. This has become one of the most popular elements of Challenger’s British Soccer Camp program. Each year we receive hundreds of e-mails from families telling us what an incredible time they had hosting one of our coaches. In return, not only will you receive a rebate of up to $80 towards the cost of your summer soccer camp fees, but more importantly you will enjoy a unique week learning about the UK, learning about soccer and building lasting friendships with our staff. This is a great opportunity, so please let GCSC know if you are interested in hosting a coach.

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 & 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

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Soccer & Lacrosse

Grand County Soccer Club (GCSC) Registration is done online at: https://secure.adminsports.net/granbycosoccer. Gear up for another great season of soccer! The league is open to all children and all abilities are welcome. Grand County Soccer Club is always looking for volunteers to coach teams, assistant coaches, referee games, and any other assistance you can provide. Sign up to volunteer when you are registering online. For more information, visit our website at www.grandcountysoccer.com or, e-mail us at grandcountysoccer@gmail.com. Please register early! Recreation League — Grades K through Fifth Teams will form and practices will begin in August. Registration fees for local recreation level: Middle School —There is no middle school recreation option only Travel Teams Fourth & Fifth grade - $80 Kindergarten & Third grade - $60


Teen Programs & Skateboarding

Skateboarding

All Levels welcome! Emphasis will be mastering your skills, skate park safety and etiquette, and riding within your ability. Beginning skaters will learn proper foot placement, pushing, riding, tack turn and kick turn techniques. Advanced skaters will be able to learn and practice Front & Back Side Kick Turns, Front and Back Side Carves, Drop-ins, Fly Outs and Ollies. Skaters will also learn basic skateboard parts and maintenance. 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. Location: Hideaway Skate Park Instructor: Carlie Bugos

MIN/MAX: 5/10

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

328532-01

5-15

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06/30-08/04 9:30A-10:30A

$60/$65

Teen River Trip

FREE RIVER TRIP! Please join Trout Unlimited for a day of fun and education on the threatened waters of the Upper Colorado. During this day-long workshop, learn how to fly fish, white water raft, and gain more knowledge of how to protect the fragile ecosystem of the Colorado River. Location: GPCRC Lobby Instructor: Roger Hedlund MIN/MAX: 5/24 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

337100-16

11-18 M

08/07

8:00A-5:00P

$0/$0

College Prep- Find the Best College for You!

Begin exploring the criteria that are important to you in your college search - size, location, majors, and campus life. This class will utilize various online and written materials to help students discover schools that will be a good academic and social fit. Kate Walker is a Certified School Counselor through the Colorado Department of Education. She has 23 years of experience counseling in both public and private school settings. Location: North Classroom Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 3/8 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

137100-01

14-18

Th

07/06-07/20

4:00P-5:30P

$50/$55

College Prep- Application & Scholarship Jump Start

How do I start my college applications? What standardized tests should I take? Where can I find scholarship information? What should I write about in my college essay? The college application process can seem overwhelming at times. Get a head start on the process before the school year begins!Kate Walker is a Certified School Counselor through the Colorado Department of Education. She has 23 years of experience counseling in both public and private school settings. Location: North Classroom Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 3/8 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

137100-02

15.5-19

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07/27-08/10

4:00P-5:30P

$40/$45

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Tennis

Tennis Menaces

A fun introduction to tennis! Activities in this class will focus on developing eye/hand coordination and students will begin to learn tennis strokes. Location: Fraser Tennis Courts Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 4/6 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

318400-01 318400-02

4-5 4-5

Th Th

06/22-07/13 07/20-08/10

8:45A-9:30A 8:45A-9:30A

$40/$45 $40/$45

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 child’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 Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 5/8 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

328410-01 328410-02 328410-03 328410-04

6-10 6-10 6-10 6-10

M M Th Th

06/19-07/10 07/17-08/07 06/22-07/13 07/20-08/10

11:00A-12:00P 11:00A-12:00P 11:00A-12:00P 11:00A-12:00P

$40/$45 $40/$45 $40/$45 $40/$45

NJTL Junior Tennis - (National Junior Tennis and Learning)

If you have taken tennis lessons before, now it’s time to put your skills to use! Participants will play in fun games and drills and will learn to play points and matches. 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. Participants will compete in the Arthur Ashe Essay Contest and will also do some fun educational projects when the weather is unsuitable to play tennis. Location: Fraser Tennis Courts Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 5/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

324808-01 324808-03 324808-02 324808-04

8-16 8-16 8-16 8-16

M M Th Th

06/19-07/10 07/17-08/07 06/22-07/13 07/20-08/10

9:30A-11:00A 9:30A-11:00A 9:30A-11:00A 9:30A-11:00A

$45/$50 $45/$50 $45/$50 $45/$50

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)

328402-01

All

Th

08/17

9:30A-11:30A

$10/$10

Tennis 3V3 Tournament

NEW! Junior Tennis 3v3 Tournament! Recruit your friends to form a team! Teams can be gender and ability mixed and should have between 4-6 players. If you can’t field a team, we will find a team for you to join! Simultaneous singles and doubles matches with players subbing in at any time. A fun team atmosphere with music, snacks, prizes and lunch! lunch will be provided between 12:00pm and 12:30pm. Dont forget a waterbottle! Location: Tennis Courts Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 3/14 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

324316-01 324316-02

6-10 M 11-99 M

08/14-08/14 08/14-08/14

10:00A-12:00P 12:30P-2:30P

$10/$10 $10/$10

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Adult Instruction Class

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

348501-1A 348501-1B 348501-D1

15-99 15-99 15-99

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06/12-07/10 07/17-08/14 06/12-08/14

5:15P-6:45P 5:15P-6:45P 5:15P-6:45P

$55/$60 $55/$60 $15/$15 per class

Cardio Tennis

Cardio Tennis is a high energy fitness activity that combines the best features of the sport of tennis with cardiovascular exercise, delivering the ultimate, full body, calorie burning aerobic workout. It is a very social and fun class for players of all ability levels taught by a tennis teaching professional or fitness professional. If you’ve never played tennis before it is a great way to be introduced to the sport and if you are an experienced high level tennis player it is the best way to train for tennis. Drop-ins welcome! Location: Fraser Tennis Courts Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 4/14 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

348502-01 348502-02 348502-03 348502-04 348502-05 348502-06 348502-07 348502-08 348502-09 348502-10 348502-11

16-99 16-99 16-99 16-99 16-99 16-99 16-99 16-99 16-99 16-99 16-99

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06/12-08/14 06/12-06/12 06/19-06/19 06/26-06/26 07/03-07/03 07/10-07/10 07/17-07/17 07/24-07/24 07/31-07/31 08/07-08/07 08/14-08/14

8:30A-9:30A 8:30A-9:30A 8:30A-9:30A 8:30A-9:30A 8:30A-9:30A 8:30A-9:30A 8:30A-9:30A 8:30A-9:30A 8:30A-9:30A 8:30A-9:30A 8:30A-9:30A

$80/$80 $10/$10 $10/$10 $10/$10 $10/$10 $10/$10 $10/$10 $10/$10 $10/$10 $10/$10 $10/$10

Tennis - Family Play Grab the family and come out swinging. A new and exciting program that promotes exercise, family time and help develop skills for this lifetime sport. Tennis can be enjoyed by all members of the family and can be social or competitive. Drop-in $15 per family. Location: Tennis Courts Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 4/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

368503-00 368503-001 368503-002 368503-003 368503-004 368503-005 368503-006 368503-007

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06/19-06/19 06/26-06/26 07/03-07/03 07/10-07/10 07/17-07/17 07/24-07/24 07/31-07/31 08/07-08/07

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

$15/$15 $15/$15 $15/$15 $15/$15 $15/$15 $15/$15 $15/$15 $15/$15

Tennis & Golf Camp

Join Kate Walker for this new Tennis and Golf Camp. The day will begin with two hours on the courts to hone our tennis skills, then we head to Pole Creek Golf Club for lunch at the Bistro 28. After lunch we will work on our golf game. Focus will be placed on swings, putting, rules and etiquette. The last day we will play nine holes. This camp is designed for kids with previous experience in both sports. Location: Tennis Courts Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 3/14 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

328401-01

10-16 Tu-Th 06/13-06/15

9:00A-4:00P

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Tennis

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 $15. Location: Fraser Tennis Courts Instructor: Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 4/10


Golf

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. Plese register for GET GOLF READY at Pole Creek Golf Club (970-887-9195) or e-mail mary@polecreekgolf.com for more information. Call today – space is limited! Location: Pole Creek Golf Club *NO CLASS 7/4 Instructor: JT Thompson MIN/MAX: 5/15 Age 16+ 16+ 16+

Day Tu Tu Tu

Date 06/06- 07/11* 07/18- 08/15 08/22- 09/19

Time 5:30P-6:30P 5:30P-6:30P 5:30P-6:30P

Fee(ID/OD) 5 lessons only $99/person (includes all golf equipment) 5 lessons only $99/person (includes all golf equipment) 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 info@polecreekgolf.com or call (970) 887-9195.

Rediscover Golf

Wednesday nights at Pole Creek Golf Club, starting June 7th through August 9th 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.

Pepsi Tuesday Night Putt-Putt

Tuesday nights June 13th through August 8th, from 5:30 to 6:30, we will be setting up a putt- putt course with different challenges every week, on the putting green in front of the clubhouse for everyone to enjoy. Join us for a putting contest and great Happy Hour at Bistro 28. Prizes for the lowest score will be awarded by age group and gender. What better way to spend an evening and improve your putting skills. For only $2 per round you can play as often as you like. Make it a family night & stay for Burger Night at Bistro 28. Call (970) 887-9195 for further details.

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For boys and girls of preschool age to introduce the game of golf. “Kids who start young are much more likely to play golf as adults.” - conclusion from the National Golf Foundation Location: Pole Creek Golf Club Instructor: JT Thompson and Erik Petersen MIN/MAX: 5/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

318261-01

4-6

F

09/08-09/29

11:00A-11:45A

$40/$45

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 *NO Class 7/4 Instructor: JT Thompson, Erik Petersen and Kate Walker MIN/MAX: 5/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

328261-01 328261-02

7-15 7-15

Tu Tu

06/20-07/18* 11:00A-12:30P 08/01-08/15 11:00A-12:30P

$50/$55 $50/$55

Intro to Course Play

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 *NO Class 7/4 Instructor: JT Thompson and Erik Petersen MIN/MAX: 5/15 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

328291-01 328291-02

10-15 Tu 10-15 Tu

06/20-07/18* 1:00P-3:00P 07/25-08/15 1:00P-3:00P

$70/$75 $70/$75

Golf Junior League Play

Want your junior golfer to improve their game? Are they ready to play nine or more holes? Have they completed a minimum of one season of Junior Golf Club? Join us for this fun, interactive ways to improve their 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! Please wear golf attire. We will practice our “tournament contest” skills such as Longest Drive and Closest to the Pin and win some prizes! Location: Pole Creek Golf Club *NO Class 7/4 Instructor: JT Thompson and Erik Petersen MIN/MAX: 5/15 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

328251-01 328251-02

12-18 Tu 12-18 Tu

06/20-07/18* 3:00P-6:00P 07/25-08/15 3:00P-6:00P

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$80/$85 $80/$85

Youth Golf

Golf for Mini’s


Adult Sports

View the schedule below for Captain’s Meeting information and start dates

To register a team or looking to join a team please contact austin@fraservalleyrec.org or slozar@fraservalleyrec.org 970-726-5919

We are excited to have our sixth season at the Grand Community Garden Site at the Fraser Valley Sports Complex. To learn more about these gardens please visit www.grandcommunitygardens.org

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Hiking for You and Your Child!

When people walk communities become stronger. We meet neighbors, make new discoveries, and connect to things we care about like history and nature.

Age Day Date Time All M 07/03 10:00A-11:30A All M 07/10 10:00A-11:30A All M 07/17 10:00A-11:30A All M 07/24 10:00A-11:30A

Hike Fraser River Trail - out & back from trailhead, carrier or jogging stroller*Meet at Rendezvous picnic pavilion Deadhorse Loop Hike (short version) – loop from trailhead, carrier recommended *Meet at trailhead (follow CR 73) Creekside – loop from St. Louis Creek Campground, carrier recommended *Meet at Campground (follow CR 73) Discovery Trail – loop, carrier or jogging stroller *Meet at Bonfils Stanton Outdoor Center parking lot

Interperative Hikes-Saturday July 22 at 9:30am (meet at trailhead)

Grand Huts and the Fraser Valley Rec District invite you to join John Simmons of the US Forest Service for FREE explorative guided walks. Meet at the Berthoud Pass, 2nd Creek Trailhead and move up through the zones: riparian, subalpine and alpine, and the natural resources will be right there along the trail. This is a 2½ hour hike; one hour + interpretive hike up, ½ hour + to explore the area & Broome Hut, have your sack lunch and hike down, on your own or with John Simmons.

Come prepared for any weather and don’t forget the 10 essentials in your pack! (Bring drinking water - NO potable water source.) The Broome hut sits in the beautiful Second Creek basin at 11,350 ft. The trailhead is located at mile marker 240 on the west side of Berthoud Pass. The hike is 1 mile with an 800 ft. elevation gain, up a beautiful, well defined, subalpine trail that is suitable for all ages. Please note that dogs are not allowed at the Broome Hut. We discourage dogs in this over-used basin, and the cabin is adjacent to the Vasquez Wilderness where dogs must be on a leash. John has worked for the US Forest Service for nearly 11 years as a Visitor Information Specialist. Safety and Needs There are restrooms up at the Broome Hut, so that important item is taken care of. For such a short hike, The Updated Ten Essentials include: o 1. Nutrition (extra food) o 2. Hydration (extra water) o 3. Emergency Shelter (protective layers such as a rain coat/pants or poncho) o 4. Navigation (map, provided & compass) o 5. Sun Protection (sun screen, glasses & hat) o 6. Insulation (layered clothing for whatever weather conditions we face) o 7. Illumination (flashlight ) o 8. First Aid Supplies o 9. Fire (an easy way to make a fire) o 10. Repair Kit & Tools

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Nature & Hiking

Moms and Dads grab your child and join us for some fun outdoor time with your carrier or jogging stroller. We will meet at the Trail Heads. Hikes will be led in and around the Fraser/Winter Park area for any moms, dads, and kiddos that want to get outside for a bit! Hikes will be between 1-2 miles in length with minimal elevation gain. Infants and toddlers are welcome (parents must accompany!). All hikes will meet at the denoted location and will depart by 10:15am. These walks/hikes will be leisurely, allowing for parents to tend to their little ones as needed and we will stick together as a group. Our focus is to enjoy the outdoors and support others! Bring along your stroller, carrier or bikes. Comfortable hiking shoes, hat, sunscreen, bugspray and water bottle are recommended. For detailed directions or questions, please email Sara Hershfelt at sar31781@aol.com. These outings are FREE so come and meet new parents or grab a friend for some healthy outdoor time. Location: Meet at Trailhead Instructor: Sara Hershfelt MIN/MAX: 4/20


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Grand Park Community Rec 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

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

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

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Aquatics

Peak Swim Team - Summer

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. 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. This is a great opportunity for current Peak Swim Team members to stay in shape and for those who have completed Intro to Peak Swim. This summer fee includes a T-shirt! Please let us know if you interested in additional T-shirts for the family upon registration. Location: GPCRC Natatorium *NO CLASS 7/4 Instructor: Meg O’Hara MIN/MAX 10/30 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(M/NM) 521302 - 02 5-17 M - Th 06/19-08/03 5:00P-6:00P $195/$200

Intro to Peak Swim Team

Into to Peak Swim is for swimmers that have completed swim lessons through level four and are ready to learn to be a competitive swimmer. The focus will be on stroke refinement, Must be able to swim a 25 yard lap with any stroke without stopping. Location: Lap Pool. Instructor: Qualified Coaches MIN/MAX: 3/12

Activity # Age Day Date Time 521300-01 7-16 M,W 06/19-08/02 5:00P-6:30P

Fee(M/NM) $75/$80

Swim - Adult Lessons

This class is for adults who want to learn the basics of swimming and water safety skills in a fun, relaxed way. Adults will be re-acquainted with the pool and be comfortable in the water and floating. Adults will learn different swimming strokes as they build their confidence in the pool. Location: Lap Pool *NO CLASS 7/4 Instructor: Laura Barnhardt MIN/MAX: 2/8 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

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06/20-07/18* 4:00P-5:00P 07/25-08/15 4:00P-5:00P

$35/$40 $35/$40

Swim Lessons - Youth Summer

These American Red Cross swim lessons are open to all school age children. We accept all levels and will split the kids according to ability level on the first day of the program. Please let us know what level you believe your child is upon registration. For details on levels, please see descriptions below. Location: GPCRC Natatorium Instructor: Laura Barnhardt MIN/MAX: 3/8 Activity #

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Time

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

Fee(M/NM) $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40

Level 1 -2 3- 4 1 -2 3- 4 1 -2 3- 4

Swim Lessons Level Descriptions 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.

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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: GPRC Natatorium Instructor: Laura Barnhardt MIN/MAX: 3/8 Activity #

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05/05-05/26 06/23-07/14 07/21-08/18

Time

9:00A-9:30A 9:00A-9:30A 9:00A-9:30A

Fee(M/NM)

$35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40

Swim Lessons - Preschool

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: GPRC Natatorium Instructor: Laura Barnhardt MIN/MAX: 3/8 Activity #

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3-6 3-6 3-6

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F F F

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$35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40

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Red Cross Classes

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. This will be a blended learning class, which involves on-line prep work prior to class start.Details will be sent to you at time of registration. Location: North Classroom Instructor: DAN WEIDA MIN/MAX: 3/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD)

541609-05

15-99

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05/22-05/23

8:00A-6:00P

$200/$200

Red Cross CPR & 1st

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. THIS CLASS IS ADULT, CHILD AND INFANT CPR & FIRST AID. Location: North Classroom Instructor: Emily Weida

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* Remember to sign-up in advance to guarentee your space!

Class Name

Age

Fees(M/NM) ** fees may vary due to length of month

Kidnastics

3.5-5

$40/$45**

0-8

$10/$10 ($7-2nd sibling)

Ninja Warriors *Girls only class

5.5-10

$30/$35** begins June 13

Ninja Warriors *Boys only class

5.5-10

Trampoline

8+

Family Gymnastics*

Come support our Alpine Gymnastics teams as they compete in their C.A.R.A Meets at the Grand Park Community Rec Center

Friday, June 16 & 17 - Girls $30/$35**

$3 entry to watch

Friday, July 28th - Boys State $10/$10

$5 entry to watch

Please see monthly calendars on pages 32 - 33 for class days and times.

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GYMNASTIC CLASSES AVAILABLE JUNE- AUGUST


Gymnastics and Tramp

MAY GYMNASTICS 2017

MAY

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

Tuesday 515441 Kidnastics 9:30-10:30am Ages 3.5-5 EEC Toddlers 10:45-11:45am 4/4-5/23

Wednesday

265415 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

525402 Macaroni Penguins Coed-Kindergarten 4:00-5:00pm

525207 Royal Penguins (Girls only) 4:00-5:00pm

525203 Pre-Team & 525204 Compulsory 3 & 4 5:00-7:00pm

525204 Compulsory 3 & 4 & 525201 Boys 5:00-7:00

525201 Boys Competitive Gymnastics 5:00-7:00pm

525205 Optionals 5:00-8:00pm

Thursday EEC Pre K 9:30-10:30 am 4/6-5/25 Creative Learning Pre K 10:30-11:30 am 4/6-6/1

Friday

Saturday

265415 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

265415 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

Tumble Parties 12:00-4:00pm

Tumble Parties 12:30-4:00pm

565515 Trampoline Age 8+ 5:00-6:00pm

565515 Trampoline Age 8+ 5:00-6:00pm

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

525205 Optionals 5:00-8:00pm

Sunday

525205 Optionals 5:00-8:00pm

JUNE GYMNASTICS 2017

JUNE

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

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

Summer Rec Camps 1:00-4:00pm Begins June 12th

Wednesday

Thursday

265416 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

Saturday

265416 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

2654156 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years No class 6/17

Summer Rec Camps 1:00-4:00pm Begins June 14th Ninja Warriors Begins 6/13 (Girls Only) 4:00-5:00pm

Ninja Warriors Begins 6/14 (Boys Only) 4:00-5:00pm

525204 Compulsory 3 & 4 5:00-7:30pm

525204 Compulsory 3 & 4 & 525201 Boys Competitive 5:00-7:30

Sunday

2654156 Family Gymnastics 10:30-12:00am Ages 6 months - 8 years

Tumble Parties 12:00-3:30pm Tumble Parties 12:30-3:30pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 4:00-5:00pm 525205 Optionals 5:00-8:00pm

525205 Optionals 5:00-8:00pm

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525205 Optionals 5:00-8:00pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 5:00-6:00pm No Classes 6/17

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 4:30-5:30pm


JULY GYMNASTICS 2017

JULY

PLEASE REMEMBER TO SIGN UP AHEAD OF TIME TO GUARANTEE A SPOT Tuesday 515441 Kidnastics No Class 7/4 9:30-10:30am Ages 3.5-5

Summer Rec Camps 1:00-4:00pm

Wednesday

Thursday

265417 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

Friday

Saturday

265417 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years No class 7/28

265417 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

Summer Rec Camps 1:00-4:00pm

Sunday

265417 Family Gymnastics 10:30-12:00am Ages 6 months - 8 years

Tumble Parties 12:00-3:30pm Ninja Warriors No Class 7/4 (Girls Only) 4:00-5:00pm

Ninja Warriors (Boys Only) 4:00-5:00pm

525204 Compulsory 3 & 4 5:00-7:30pm No Class 7/4

525204 Compulsory 3 & 4 & 525201 Boys Competitive 5:00-7:30

Tumble Parties 12:30-3:30pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 4:00-5:00pm 525205 Optionals 5:00-8:00pm

525205 Optionals 5:00-8:00pm No Class 7/28

525205 Optionals 5:00-8:00pm

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

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 4:30-5:30pm

AUGUST GYMNASTICS 2017 no classes 8/20 to 8/31

AUGUST

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

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

Summer Rec Camps 1:00-4:00pm

Wednesday

Thursday

265418 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

Friday

Saturday

265418 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years No class 7/28

265418 Family Gymnastics 10:00-11:30am Ages 6 months - 8 years

Ninja Warriors 8/2-8/16 (Boys Only) 4:00-5:00pm

525204 Compulsory 3 & 4 5:00-7:30pm

525204 Compulsory 3 & 4 & 525201 Boys Competitive 5:00-7:30

265418 Family Gymnastics 10:30-12:00am Ages 6 months - 8 years

Tumble Parties 12:00-3:30pm

Summer Rec Camps 1:00-4:00pm Ninja Warriors 8/1-8/15 (Girls Only) 4:00-5:00pm

Sunday

Tumble Parties 12:30-3:30pm

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 4:00-5:00pm 525205 Optionals 5:00-8:00pm

525205 Optionals 5:00-8:00pm No Class 7/28

525205 Optionals 5:00-8:00pm

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

565512 Trampoline Age 8+ 4:30-5:30pm

Gymnastics and Tramp

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Climbing Wall

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. weather I news I events I people I explore I dining I outdoor tips I conditions I

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Guided Exercise Plan

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. Personal Trainers: John Florkiewicz, Jon Stark and Chris Morris

Age

13+

Day, Date & Time

By Appointment Only

Functional Movement Screen

Small Group Fee Personal Training Fee

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

$50/session $400 for 10 sessions $225 for 5 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. Personal Trainers: John Florkiewicz, Jon Stark or Chris Morris Age

13+

Day, Date & Time

By Appointment Only

Fee

$30

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A personalized 6 week plan that is tailored to you to meet your specific fitness and nutrition goals. Please contact our Personal Trainers: John Florkiewicz, john@fraservalleyrec.org / Chris Morris, cmorris@fraservalleyrec.org / Jon Stark, jonstark@hotmail.com for more information and to schedule. Visit our website, fraservalleyrec.org, to see their bios.


Fitness

MAY FITNESS DESCRIPTIONS 2017* *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. ALL CLASSES ARE DAILY ADMISSION FEE PLUS $5 PER CLASS, MEMBERS MAY PURCHASE FITNESS PUNCH CARDS.

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: Bike your way into this fun, high energy fitness class! No matter what level you ride - you will get motivated and in shape fast. 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 awater bottle, sweat towel, stiff soled gym shoes or bike shoes, and padded bike shorts recommended. High Level Class.

Fitness Camp:

Bored with the same old workout? This program will incorporate alternative equipment and exercises to strengthen functional movement and stimulate muscle response. Stability, mobility, and strength conditioning through the use of sleds, sandbags, slosh pipes and a wide assortment of interesting surprises. The program will be adjusted to meet beginner through expert needs. A fitness program should be challenging, fun and contain a bit of the unexpected.

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 noncompetitive, 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 classicJoseph 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:

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Having back problems? Then this class is for you! Decrease your back pain by increasing flexibility, range of motion, core strength and stability. Learn proper posture and alignment. Increase your knowledge and wareness of your personal condition and learn exercises for home use. This class is for all back conditions regardless of age, fitness or ability evel. Individuals who have recently had back surgery will be asked to provide clearance for participation from their doctor or physical therapist.

Senior Splash:

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

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 isalternated with low-impact 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® 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,l earn how to relax and think more clearly. Class is held on a wood floor, indoor shoes are required,no outdoor shoes/boots or stocking feet.

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 ombo 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.

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-tensity:

Spin your way to a higher level of fitness with this fun 1 hour class! You control the intensity as we navigate all kinds of terrain – hills, sprints, and flats. Improve your cardio, increase your lower body strength, and burn lots of calories as we spin to all kinds of music. All levels welcome and don’t forget a water bottle and a towel.

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 bring STEP class back! STEP is the BEST fat burning class with the most fun. Come challenge your mind, body and your 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.

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Progressive Strengthening:


SilverSneakers®

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 Members along the way. * Access to participating SilverSneakers® programs across the country at no charge

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 low-impact 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® 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.

“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

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.

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