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Winter 2010-2011

Activity Guide


Dennis Saffell

Mike Ayre

Stuart Huster

Jill Tallal

Now that skiing is over,

Team Saffell’s heading to the Grand Park Community Recreation Center and the “Ice Box” at the Fraser Valley Sports Complex for Team Saffell’s some Winter Fun. heading to the Fraser Valley Rec Center

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Winter 2010-2011 registration will begin on-line Wednesday, December 8th at 6:00am. On-site, phone or e-mail registration begins at noon. For more registration information please read details on page 4.

A year ago I was addressing you with great anticipation of the opening of the Grand Park Community Recreation Center and the additional programming opportunities that this state of the art facility would allow. The recreation center has exceeded usage expectations and proved to have a positive economic impact on the community. Many people have Table of Contents asked “How did we ever live without this amazing community asset”? Activity

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General Information

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Grand Park Community Rec Center

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Facility Rental & Birthdays

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Community & Special Events

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ASP & Friday Field Trips

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Friday Ski Programs

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Aquatics

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Dance

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Gymnastics Studio

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We hope to see you this winter.

Cheer

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Yours in Recreation,

Tramp

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Climbing

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Youth Sports

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Youth Enrichment

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Adult Enrichment

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Adult Sports

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Fitness

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“The Ice Box” Ice Rink

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Ice Skate Programs

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One year later we prepare for the opening of another great community asset, “THE ICE BOX” at the Fraser Valley Sports Complex (FVSC). It will include a covered NHL sized ice rink, indoor restrooms, light concessions, locker rooms, and a warming area. Additional opportunities that the rink offers are skate rentals, figure skating, youth and adult hockey, family skate, broomball and birthday parties.Getting to this day required the time, talents, vision, energy and cooperation of a dedicated group of people, including a tremendous community volunteer effort. The target opening date of this facility is the week of Thanksgiving.

Scott Ledin Director of Parks and Recreation

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Table of Contents

Dear Recreation Enthusiasts,


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

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

Scott Ledin ~ Director of Parks and Recreation~scott@fraservalleyrec.org Susan Cahill ~ Assistant Director of Recreation and Administration~susan@fraservalleyrec.org Ann McConnell~ Business Manager~ ann@fraservalleyrec.org Kevin Haupt~ Facility Maintenance Supervisor ~ kevin@fraservalleyrec.org Joan Vosburg~ Recreation Aquatics Supervisor~ joan@fraservalleyrec.org John Florkiewicz~ Recreation Fitness / Gymnastics Supervisor~ john@fraservalleyrec.org Hoppy Hayes~ Head Gymnastics Coach~ hoppy@fraservalleyrec.org Lucy Fisher ~ Fitness Coordinator ~ lucy@fraservalleyrec.org Michelle Lawrence ~ Recreation Supervisor - Programming and Marketing ~ michelle@fraservalleyrec.org Bryan Kettlewell ~ Recreation Supervisor Guest Services - School-Age Programs~ bryan@fraservalleyrec.org Robin Dresen ~ Front Desk Coordinator ~ robin@fraservalleyrec.org Austin DeGarmo ~ Parks and Athletics Supervisor austin@fraservalleyrec.org Scott Lozar~Sports and Athletics Coordinator ~ slozar@fraservalleyrec.org Deidrich Johnson~ Parks Foreman

SPECIALTY PROGRAM REGISTRATION Fraser Valley Rec continues to offer programming at all district facilities, including the 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 recreation center. 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 also available 24 hours/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 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. FRIDAY FIELDTRIP 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 Grand Park Community Recreation Center. RECTRAC GUIDE RecTrac and WebTrac are our new software that will keep track of all our needs and will also allow you to register for classes on-line! No more waiting in a crazy line at 8 a.m. anymore; you will be able to register from the comfort of your own home. Here we are going to lay out the process for you to access WebTrac and take care of all your needs on-line. In order to do on-line registrations, you must be in our computer system to begin with. If you are not in our system and would like to be, you can come visit us at the Rec Center or you may call us at 726-8968. This does not mean that you have to have a membership to browse our site on-line, it just means that we need to have you in our system so that you can receive a login and password. Your login and password will be your Household ID which can be found on any FVMRD receipt or you can call us at 726-8968 to attain that information as well. 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 would click the “cart” symbol. Next you would need to 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.”

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www.fraservalleyrec.org / www.polecreekgolf.com

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General Information

Natatorium with 20ft loop slide, spray & play feature, lazy river, zero-depth entry pool & 4- lane, 25yrd lap pool Whirlpool, sauna & steam room Locker rooms & family changing rooms Climbing wall Multi-sport gymnasium Gymnastic center including an Olympic fly bed trampoline & foam pit (scheduled programs only) Running / walking track Cardio, circuit training, functional training & free weight area Aerobic / dance studio room Drop-in childcare Pool party room for rent Multi-purpose classroom for rent Beautiful lobby area with fireplace, TV and 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 area closes thirty minutes before facility close* Holiday Hours Thanksgiving Day - Closed Christmas Eve - 6am - 6pm / Christmas Day Closed New Years Eve - 6am - 6pm / New Years Day 9am - 9pm 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. A “guardian” must be 16 years of age and a paying guest.

Aquatics Facilities Aquatics facilities are open during recreation center hours but close thirty minutes prior to the facility. Below please find feature-specific hours. ■■ Infants are not allowed in the spa, steam or sauna ■■ Children age 5 and under must have a guardian within arm’s reach at all times ■■ Children age 10 & under must have a paying guardian (16 or older) in the pool area at all times, (or in the facility upon passing of 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 ■■ No camera use allowed in aquatics facility ■■ All policies are subject to lifeguard’s discretion * Please visit our website www.fraservalleyrec.org to stay updated on our pool hours Fitness Facilities Fitness area is open during all recreation center hours. Complimentary youth and adult orientations are available first come; first served: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10:30am Thursday, Saturday, Sunday 11:00am ■■ 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

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Grand Park Community Recreation Center

Grand Park Community Recreation Center


Grand Park Community Recreation Center

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. to receive our schedule via e-mail prior to each month please contact michelle@fraservalleyrec.org

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 pickleball. 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 Mon, Tues, Wed, Thur 7:40am – 1:15pm and 4:45pm – 7:45pm Fri 8:45am – 1:15pm Sat 7:45am – 12:45pm ■■ $3.00 per hour for members / $4.00 per hour for non-members ■■ Ages 6 months through 8 years ■■ First come; first served ■■ 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 on the 4th Friday of each month from 4:30-8:30pm. Open for children age 3+ (must be potty trained). Let your kids have fun at the Rec while you enjoy time on the town! $15/ child $10/2nd child members and $20 / $15 for non-members. Please pre-register 726-8968 x0

Facility Rentals For Grand Park Community Recreation Center facility rental information, please visit our website and contact 970-726-8968 x 0 or info@fraservalleyrec.org. To rent fields or the or “The Ice Box” Ice Rink at the Fraser Valley Sports Complex, contact Austin DeGarmo at 970-726-8968 x109 or austin@fraservalleyrec.org

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Facility Rentals Come celebrate your birthday in a special way! We offer a variety of options that are age appropriate. Visit our website www.fraservalleyrec. org or stop by our facility for a flyer or more details. Parties need to be booked two weeks in advance.

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Community and Special Events

Teen Nights Grand County Teens, come join us on the third Thursday of each month for Teen Night! This event starts at 8pm; be sure to arrive prior to 9pm when the facility closes to the public. We will hang out in the Natatorium, Gymnastic Studio and Gymnasium. Teens need to be picked up by 11:00pm. NO EXCEPTIONS! $5 member discount. Location: Gymnastic Center Instructor: Bryan Kettlewell MIN/MAX: 10/70 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 137200-01 12-18 Th 01/20-01/20 8:00P-11:00P $10/$10 137200-02 12-18 Th 02/17-02/17 8:00P-11:00P $10/$10 137200-03 12-18 Th 03/17-03/17 8:00P-11:00P $10/$10 137200-04 12-18 Th 04/21-04/21 8:00P-11:00P $10/$10 Parents Night Out Don’t forget about our Parents Night Out on the 4th Friday of each month from 4:30-8:30pm. Open for children age 3+ (must be potty trained). Let your kids have fun at the Rec while you enjoy time on the town! $15/ child $10/2nd child members and $20 / $15 for non-members. Please pre-register 726-8968 x0 Location: Playful Penguin Room Instructor: Staff - TBA MIN/MAX: 15/17 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 167200-10 3+ F 10/22-10/22 4:30P-8:30P $15/$20* members receive $5 discount 167200-11 3+ F 11/05-11/05 4:30P-8:30P $15/$20* members receive $5 discount 167200-12 3+ F 12/10-12/10 4:30P-8:30P $15/$20* members receive $5 discount 167201-1A 3+ F 01/14-01/14 4:30P-8:30P $15/$20* members receive $5 discount 167201-1B 3+ F 01/28-01/28 4:30P-8:30P $15/$20* members receive $5 discount 167201-2B 3+ F 02/25-02/25 4:30P-8:30P $15/$20* members receive $5 discount 167201-3A 3+ F 03/11-03/11 4:30P-8:30P $15/$20* members receive $5 discount 167201-3B 3+ F 03/25-03/25 4:30P-8:30P $15/$20* members receive $5 discount 167201-4A 3+ F 04/08-04/08 4:30P-8:30P $15/$20* members receive $5 discount 167201-4B 3+ F 04/22-04/22 4:30P-8:30P $15/$20* members receive $5 discount Daddy Daughter Dance The dance is open to all ladies ages 3 and over with the adult escort of their choice.

Refreshments will be served. A D.J. will play music and we will have lots of contests; be prepared to have loads of fun! Please purchase your tickets by February 7 to receive dinner discounts. Location: Inn at Silvercreek Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 167101-2A 3+ Sa 02/05-02/05 6:30P-8:30P $25/$25* early bird ($35 at the door) 167101-2B 3+ Sa 02/05-02/05 6:30P-8:30P $5/$5 second child fee

Mother Son Night of Fun This fun event is open to all boys ages 3 and over and the adult escort of their

choice. We’ll keep you busy with games, activities and even a little dancing! Activities will begin promptly at 6:30! Please purchase your tickets by May 4th to receive dinner discounts. Location: Grand Park Community Recreation Center MIN/MAX: 0/80 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 227102-01 3+ F 05/06-05/06 6:30P-9:00P $25/$25

Looking for a unique Holiday gift? Give scuba diving lessons at the Grand Park community recreation Center march 19 & 20th

We will be offering lessons in conjunction with A-1 Scuba. For more details and to register visit our website www.fraservalleyrec.org or call (970)726-8968

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SPECIAL EVENTS CALENDAR Stay updated at www.playwinterpark.com DATE

Christmas week December 31 January 21-23 January 22-23 March 20 March 30-April 4 April 23 May 14 June 16, 17, 18

EVENTS

Christmas week activities New Year’s Eve Fireworks Winter Park Snowfest presented by Sprint Grand Park Dog Days of Winter Snowman Mania US Alpine Nationals Easter Egg Hunt Grand Gala Grand Classic

LOCATION

Fraser Valley Hideaway Park Winter Park / Fraser/ WP Resort Grand Park Meadow Hideaway Park WP Resort Hideaway Park Devil’s Thumb Pole Creek & Headwaters Golf Course

Winter Reading Program For more information call 726-5689 or www.gcld.org

All Programs are 3:30-5:00pm Mondays Tuesdays

1st - 2nd Grade Kindergarten

Registration will begin in December

WINTER PARK RESORTS KIDS’ NIGHT OUT

Angel Tree November 27 – December 18 Make the holidays special for a deserving child by picking up a card from the Angel tree to ensure something appears under the tree for Christmas. Holiday Festivities Dec. 21, 23, 28 & 30 Celebrate the magic of the season at Cooper Creek Square. Visitors will enjoy free horse-drawn carriage rides Tuesday, Dec. 21 & 28 and Thursday, Dec. 23 & 30. Santa will make a special appearance during the carriage rides prior to Christmas. Free Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides: 4pm-7pm Every Saturday in February & March Enjoy the starry winter nights with a horse drawn carriage ride through downtown Winter Park every Saturday evening in February and March. Start your ride at Cooper Creek Square where you’ll find the best shopping, dining and entertainment in downtown Winter Park. Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday) March 8 / 6:30-8:30 Details TBD

SOLVISTA CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Saturdays: Night Skiing & Tubing Combo: $18 Fireside Acoustics: Saturdays 2-5 pm December 15: Opening Day December 18: Grand County Appreciation Day Dec 18: Rail Jam (all ages) December 24: Santa Claus Visit: 2-4 pm December 26-30: Winter Wonderland December 31: Fireworks & Torchlight Parade Jan 22: Slopestyle (17 & older) Feb 5: Kid’s Totally Insane Winter Blast

Thursdays 12/ 16 - 6/1414, 5:30-8:30pm The Village at Winter Park introduces Kids’ Night Out! This fun, activity-filled evening is for 4-12 year olds, and is loaded with activities – including dinner and s’mores by the firepit! Kids’ Night Out is a worry-free night out for Mom & Dad and a convenient alternative to at-home babysitting. •Kids’ Night Out is held at the Private Lesson Center on Thursday evenings from 5:30-8:30pm. •Kids’ Night Out is a FREE childcare service offered to parents on the condition

that $30 per child is spent in any commercial outlet at the resort during the hours that your children are in the program. We do require original receipts to verify the expenditure. If less than $30 per child is spent, parents will only be charged the difference. •Kids’ Night Out includes dinner from Doc’s Roadhouse and indoor activities such as games, seasonal crafts and movies •Please reserve your child’s space by 3pm on Thursday. Call Winter Park Guest Services at 800.729.7907 to reserve your child’s space. Enrollment is limited and is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Feb 5: Rail Jam (16 & under) Feb 19: Snowfest Movie Night Feb 26: Rail Jam (all ages) Mar 19: Beach Bash & Log Jam (all ages) Apr 2: Season Ending Splash Apr 3: Closing Day at SolVista Basin Present your Grand County Student ID at the SolVista Basin Ticket Office for a free full day lift ticket every Friday from December 17, 2010 to April 1, 2011. Students at Indian Peaks Charter School, Grand Lake Elementary or Mountain Valley Christian Academy may ski & ride free on Sundays.

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Community and Special Events

2010-2011 Tentative


After-School Program & Friday Field Trips

After-School Program (K-5th Grade)

We will meet FVE Lunch Room After-School, have snack, then head to our classroom for structured play, homework time and free play. Please see the registration details on page 4. Location: Fraser Valley Elementary Coordinator: Bryan Kettlewell

Activity # 5221001

Age Day K-5th Monday-Thursdays

Date September - June

Time 3:30pm–5:30pm

Fee(ID/OD) $6 / $8

Friday Field Trips Come and join us for some super summer fun on the Friday Field Trips. We will be taking

various trips to fun and educational attractions locally and in Denver such as museums, water parks, amusement parks, and much more! Most of these field trips do require for the parent to pack a lunch, 2 snacks and a water bottle, and as always, good walking shoes are required! For any further questions, please call 726-8968 x0. Field Trips will be out of the Elementary School Summer Camp classroom, so please drop off and pick up from that location. Participants should arrive for the trips no later than 8:45 as the trip will depart at 9:00 am. Location: FVE After School Classroom Coordinator: Bryan Kettlewelll MIN/MAX: 1/23

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Age Field Trip Day 5-12 APEX Center F 5-12 Denver Natural History Museum /IMAX F 5-12 Pump it Up M 5-12 Thanksgiving Party Tu 5-12 “surprise” F 5-12 Christmas Shopping / Pizza Hut F 5-12 Skiing at SolVista F 5-12 GPCRC and New Hong Kong M 5-12 Christmas Party Tu 5-12 Sleigh Ride, Bowling & Pizza M 5-12 GPCRC Swim & Gymnastics Tu 5-12 Skating at the “Ice Box” & Movie W 5-12 “surprise” F 5-12 Tubing Adventure F 5-12 Science Matters F 5-12 Bowling & Pizza in Grand Lake F 5-12 YMCA Roller Skate Party F 5-12 Hammond’s Candy Factory & Lunch M 5-12 GPCRC “Day of Fun” Tu 5-12 Jump Street W 5-12 Arvada Center - Flat Stanley F 5-12 Easter Party F 5-12 Butterfly Pavillion F 5-12 Chuck E Cheese F 5-12 Capitol and Denver Mint F 5-12 Mordecai: Gardens at Denver Botanical F

Date 11/12-11/12 11/19-11/19 11/22-11/22 11/23-11/23 12/03-12/03 12/10-12/10 12/17-12/17 12/20-12/20 12/21-12/21 12/27-12/27 12/28-12/28 12/29-12/29 02/18-02/18 03/11-03/11 03/18-03/18 03/25-03/25 04/01-04/01 04/04-04/04 04/05-04/05 04/06-04/06 04/15-04/15 04/22-04/22 04/29-04/29 05/06-05/06 05/13-05/13 05/20-05/20

Time 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P 8:00A-5:30P

Fee(ID/OD) $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35 $33/$35

To stay updated via our e-mail blasts or website at www.fraservalleyrec.org. If you are not currently receiving our E - newsletters and would like to please e-mail michelle@fraservalleyrec.org.

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SIGNING UP FOR MORE THAN ONE PROGRAM? Purchase our Kids Unlimited Lesson Season Pass for $1399, and receive unlimited group and multi-week program lessons throughout the season. Barracudas & Piranhas: Skiers, Ages 4 & 5 Fridays (Barracudas) – 4 weeks November 26; December 3, 10, 17 $240 before 11/30/10 $275 after 11/30/10 Fridays (Piranhas) – 8 weeks January 7, 14, 21, 28; February 4, 11, 25; March 4 $400 before 11/30/10 $435 after 11/30/10 Double Sessions Special November 26 – March 4 $575 before 11/30/10 not available after 11/30/10 Barracudas & Piranhas: Skiers and Riders, Ages 6-14 Fridays (Barracudas) – 4 weeks November 26; December 3, 10, 17 $325 before 11/30/10 $360 after 11/30/10 Fridays (Piranhas) – 8 weeks January 7, 14, 21, 28; February 4, 11, 25; March 4 $485 before 11/30/10 $520 after 11/30/10 Double Sessions Special November 26 – March 4 $660 not available after 11/30/10 Add Season-Long Rentals $79 before 11/30/10 and $99 after 11/30/10 All Programs Include: Winter Park Season Pass, lesson program, lunch and real-time GPS powered by Flaik. Basic Info:

• Barracudas and Piranhas meet at Sorenson Park at 8:45am. Lesson ends at 2:45pm. • Skiers and riders of all ability levels. • We will not accept registrations within 72 hours of the start date; no exceptions. • All programs include one free makeup day per participant. • The content listed on this page is subject to change without notice.

Sol Vista Mustang Ski and Board Program The Mustang Ski & Snowboard School is a five week program for skiers (ages 5-12) and snowboarders (ages 7-12) Fridays: 1/7, 1/21, 1/28, 2/4, & 2/11 from 1-3 pm. Lessons, Lift Tickets, Equipment Rental Package...........................$150 Lessons, Lift Tickets.......................................................................$125 To register and program details about the Mustang Ski and Board Program, call Jill Kohlwey at Sol Vista (887-5123).

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WinterPark/Denver Park/Denver Airport Shuttle Winter Airport Shuttle Family and Friends Rates Family and Friends Rates 22 shuttle shuttletrips tripsdaily daily 22 Local Hertz rental cars Local Hertz rental cars Private Charter Service Private Charter Service PO Box 279 Winter Park, CO 80482 (970) 726-5060 www.ridehj.com

Friday Ski Programs

Winter Park Resorts Kids Multi-Week Programs.

For more information, please call 970.726.1564. Register ON-LINE at www.winterparkresort.com


Aquatics

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. These classes are available for drop-in at $10/class. Location: Leisure Pool 4ft End Instructor: Danielle Merschman MIN/MAX: 3/5 *NO CLASS 11/25, 11/27, 04/07 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 111913-1A .5-3 Th or Sa 11/18-12/18* 9:00A-9:30A $30/$40 111913-1B .5-3 Th or Sa 01/13-02/05 9:00A-9:30A $30/$40 111913-1C .5-3 Th or Sa 02/24-03/19 9:00A-9:30A $30/$40 111913-1D .5-3 Th or Sa 03/24-04/23* 9:00A-9:30A $30/$40

Preschool Swim Lesson 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: Shallow End Leisure Instructor: Laura Barnhardt MIN/MAX: 4/6 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 111101-1B 3-5 M,W 01/10-0 2/02 10:00A-10:30A $30/$35 111101-1C 3-5 M,W 02/21-03/16 10:00A-10:30A $30/$35 111101-1D 3-5 M,W 03/21-04/20 10:00A-10:30A $30/$35 111101-S1 3-5 Sa 01/08-03/05 10:00A-10:30A $30/$35 Youth Swim Lessons Level 1-3

Level 1 - Intro to Water Skills: Enter independently, using either the ladder, steps or side, travel at least 5 yards, bob 3 times then safely exit the water. Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatics Skills: Step from side into chest-deep water, move into a front float for 5 seconds, roll to back, float for 5 seconds, then return to vertical position. Level 3 - Stroke Development: Jump into deep water from the side, swim front crawl for 15 yards, maintain position by treading or floating for 30 seconds, and swim elementary backstroke for 15 yards. Level 4 - Stroke Improvement: Perform a feet first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 yards, change direction and position as necessary, and swim elementary backstroke for 25 yards. Swim breaststroke for 25 yards, change direction and position of travel as necessary, and swim back crawl for 25 yards. Level 5 - Stroke Refinement: Perform a shallow-angle dive into deep water, swim front crawl for 50 yards, change direction and position of travel as necessary, and swim elementary backstroke for 50 yards. Swim breaststroke for 25 yards, change direction and position of travel as necessary, and swim back crawl for 25 yards.

Location: GPCRC Natatorium Instructor: Red Cross Certified Staff MIN/MAX: 4/20 Activity # Age Day Date Time 121105-F1 5-12 F 01/14-03/04* 9:30A-10:15A 121105-M1 5-12 M 01/10-03/07* 4:00P-4:45P 121105-M2 5-12 M 01/10-03/07* 5:00P-5:45P 121105-R1 5-12 Th 01/13-03/03* 4:00P-4:45P 121105-R2 5-12 Th 01/13-03/03* 5:00P-5:45P 121105-T1 5-12 Tu 01/11-03/01* 4:00P-4:45P 121105-T2 5-12 Tu 01/11-03/01* 5:00P-5:45P

*NO CLASS 02/14 Fee(ID/OD) Levels Offered $55/$60 Level 1-4 $55/$60 Level 2-3 $55/$60 Level 2-3 $55/$60 Level 1-2 and Level 4-5 $55/$60 Level 1-2 and Level 4-5 $55/$60 Level 1-2 $55/$60 Level 1-2

Thanksgiving Swim & Craft Camp On your week away from school, join us for a 3 day swim camp. Play games, learn dives and improve your swimming. After swimmingl, we will make Thanksgiving treats and crafts. Open to levels 3+. Pick up @ 11:00 in pool party room. Location: Grand Park Community Recreation Center Instructor: Danielle Merschman MIN/MAX: 4/8 Activity # 422400-01

Age 7+

Day M,Tu,W

Date 11/22-11/24

Time 9:00A-11:00A

Fee(ID/OD) $40/$40

Private Swim Lessons Lessons are taught by our certified Instructors.

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Please contact us to set up a class & time that meets your schedule. Fees are based on one hour sessions. You may not register for this class on-line. Location: GPCRC Natatorium Instructor: Certified Coaches Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 16140 1+ TBD TBD TBD $25/$35 half hour lesson 12


A pre-ballet class that introduces young dancers to the fundamentals of dance in a creative atmosphere that strengthens and builds coordination, balance, musical understanding and expression. Activities include stretching, motor coordination, creative interpretation, musical games and singing. Working together as a team is introduced at this early age. Location: Historic Church Dance Room Instructor: Laurie Mooney MIN/MAX: 6/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 123214-M1 4-5 Th 01/13-03/31* 5:15P-6:00P $100/$105

Dance – Ballet &Tap Winter

This class is designed for K-1st graders and introduces the classic elements of ballet and tap as the foundation for all other types of dance. Ballet and tap techniques enhance coordination and musical awareness while developing balance, flexibility, motor skills and self confidence. Proper dance attire - leotard and tights, ballet slippers and tap shoes are required. Please have hair tied back and off the face. Location: Historic Church Dance Room Instructor: Laurie Mooney MIN/MAX: 6/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 123254-T1 5-7 Tu 01/11-03/29 4:00P-5:00P $100/$105

Dance - Jazz & Ballet Winter Designed for 2nd-3rd graders, the next step in the progression for young

dancers with previous dance experience and a desire to work at becoming a stronger dancer. Dancers will learn more difficult steps and combinations with a strong focus on dance technique to the fun upbeat music youth loves. Proper dance attire & jazz flats required. Location: Historic Church Dance Room Instructor: Laurie Mooney MIN/MAX: 6/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 123234-R1 7-9 Th 01/13-03/31 4:00P-5:00P $100/$105

Dance-Hip Hop & Funk Winter Hip Hop is an exciting form of dance frequently seen on stage, films and television. It emphasizes overall conditioning, stamina and body mechanics using the latest dance moves to the popular music of today. It further develops flexibility, balance, timing and coordination and is tons of fun! We will explore jazz, funk, hip hop and modern techniques in a fast-paced atmosphere to broaden dance styles & techniques. Participants will need jazz flats or dance sneakers and comfortable dance attire. This class is for 4th - 6th graders. Location: Historic Church Dance Room Instructor: Laurie Mooney MIN/MAX: 6/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 123224-R1 8-13 Tu 01/11-03/29 5:00P-6:00P $100/$105 Tentative Recital Dates Dress Rehearsal - April 1, 2011 22nd Annual Fraser Valley Dance Recital - April 2nd Costumes are an additional minimal cost, not to exceed $40

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Gymnastics

The gymnastics studio is only open during scheduled class times and/or for birthday party rentals. No one is allowed in Studio unless participating in a class with an instructor. PRE-REGISTRATION at the 15th of EACH MONTHLY SESSION IS REQUIRED to ensure your child has a space in the class. We require a full month registration; we recognize that the number of days vary per month and appreciate your understanding that these classes are offered with reasonable fees and have the same monthly charge regardless of the number of days available in that month. Transportation for After School Gymnastics: We have collaborated with the East Grand School District to provide transportation,communicate with your teacher to ensure that your child gets on the bus.

MEMBERS RECEIVE $5 OFF IN-DISTRICT FEES FOR YOUTH GYMNASTICS

Lil’ Hoppers -Wednesdays A semi-structured parent-tot class involving stretching, tumbling, games & free play. Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio *NO CLASS 11/24 ,04/06 Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 4/12

Activity # 515411-11 515411-12 515411-01 515411-02 515411-03 515411-04

Age 1.3-2 1.3-2 1.3-2 1.3-2 1.3-2 1.3-2

Day W W W W W W

Date 11/03-11/24* 12/01-12/29 01/05-01/26 02/02-02/23 03/02-03/30 04/06-04/27*

Time 9:30A-10:30A 9:30A-10:30A 9:30A-10:30A 9:30A-10:30A 9:30A-10:30A 9:30A-10:30A

Fee(ID/OD) $30/$35 $30/$35 $30/$35 $30/$35 $30/$35 $30/$35

Lil’ Hoppers- Friday A parent-tot class that is semi-structured. It involves stretching, tumbling, games & free play. Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio *NO CLASS 04/08 Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 4/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 515412-12 1.3-2 F 12/03-12/31 9:30A-10:30A $30/$35 515412-01 1.3-2 F 01/07-01/28 9:30A-10:30A $30/$35 515412-02 1.3-2 F 02/04-02/25 9:30A-10:30A $30/$35 515412-03 1.3-2 F 03/04-03/25 9:30A-10:30A $30/$35 515412-04 1.3-2 F 04/15-04/29* 9:30A-10:30A $30/$35 Tumbling Tots This is a semi-structured class. Parents required to participate with their child. This class covers stretching, basic locomotive skills, obstacle courses that involve climbing,, hanging, swinging, rolling & balancing. Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio *NO CLASS 12/23, 12/30, 04/05,04/07 Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 4/20

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Activity # 515421-11 515421-12 515421-01 515421-02 515421-03

Age Day 2.5-3 Tu 2.5-3 Tu 2.5-3 Tu 2.5-3 Tu 2.5-3 Tu

Date 11/02-11/30 12/07-12/28 01/04-01/25 02/08-02/22 03/01-03/29

Time 9:30A-10:30A 9:30A-10:30A 9:30A-10:30A 9:30A-10:30A 9:30A-10:30A

515422-12 515422-01 515422-02 515422-03 515422-04

2.5-3 Th 2.5-3 Th 2.5-3 Th 2.5-3 Th 2.5-3 Th

12/02-12/30* 01/06-01/27 02/03-02/24 03/03-03/31 04/14-04/28*

9:30A-10:30A 9:30A-10:30A 9:30A-10:30A 9:30A-10:30A 9:30A-10:30A

Fee(ID/OD) $30/$35 $30/$35 $30/$35 $30/$35 $30/$35

$30/$35 $30/$35 $30/$35 $30/$35 $30/$35 Kidnastics Kidnastics is an introduction to the sport of gymnastics. Students are taught fundamentals of floor exercise, balance beam, rings, bars, vault, trampoline while emphasizing strength building, coordination, & body awareness. Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio *NO CLASS 11/22, 04/07 Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 4/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 515441-11 4-5 M 11/01-11/29* 9:00A-9:50A $30/$35 515441-12 4-5 Tu 12/07-12/28 10:30A-11:30A $30/$35 515441-01 4-5 Tu 01/04-01/25 10:30A-11:30A $30/$35 515441-02 4-5 Tu 02/01-02/22 10:30A-11:30A $30/$35 515441-03 4-5 Tu 03/01-03/29 10:30A-11:30A $30/$35 515441-04 4-5 Tu 04/05-04/26* 10:30A-11:30 $30/$35 14


A co-ed Kindergarten class, basic gymnastic skill class to teach introduction to beam, bars, floor exercise, rings, vault, and trampoline in a low-key, fun environment. Student take FVE Cow bus after school. Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio *NO CLASS 11/22, 02/14, 04/07 Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 4/18

Activity # 525402-11 525402-12 525402-1A 525402-2A 525402-3A 525402-4A

Age Day 4.5-6 M 4.5-6 Th 4.5-6 Th 4.5-6 Th 4.5-6 Th 4.5-6 Th

Date 11/01-11/29* 12/02-12/30 01/06-01/27 02/03-02/24* 03/03-03/31* 04/07-04/28*

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

Fee(ID/OD) $30/$35 $30/$35 $30/$35 $30/$35 $30/$35 $30/$35

Rockhopper Penguins A class designed to teach boys gymnastic skills on beam, bars, pommel horse, mushroom, vault, mini tramp, floor exercise and trampoline. Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio *NO CLASS 11/23, 04/05 Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 5/11 Activity # 525102-11 525102-12 525102-1A 525102-2A 525102-3A 525102-4A

Age Day 6-8 Tu 6-8 Tu 6-8 Tu 6-8 Tu 6-8 Tu 6-8 Tu

Date 11/02-11/30* 12/07-12/28 01/04-01/25 02/01-02/22 03/01-03/29 04/05-04/26*

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

Fee(ID/OD) $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40

Emperor Penguins Designed to teach gymnastic skills on beam, bars, pommel horse, mushroom, vault, mini tramp,

floor exercise and trampoline. Starting in December this class will transition into a Tumble / Tramp Class (525422) Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio *NO CLASS 11/23 Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 5/11 Activity # 525103-11

Age 8-12

Day M

Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 11/01-11/28* 5:00P-6:00P

$30/$35

White-Flippered Penguins Designed to teach girl gymnasts skills on beam, floor exercise, vault, uneven parallel bars, and trampoline. Focus will be on strength, flexibility , balance and body awareness Location: GPCRC Gymnastic Studio *NO CLASS 11/24, 04/06 Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 6/17

Activity # 525202-11 525202-12 525202-1A 525202-2A 525202-3A 525202-4A

Age 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8

Day W W W W W W

Date 11/03-11/24* 12/01-12/29 01/05-01/26 02/02-02/23 03/02-03/30 04/06-04/27*

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

Fee(ID/OD) $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40

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Gymnastics / Cheer

Cheer NEW INSTRUCTOR Morgan Keller will introduce the girls to the exciting sport of cheerleading. They will cover stretching, tumbling skills, jumps and leaps designed specifically for cheerleading. Students will be taught at their skill level. Min 4/Max 12 Location: Gymnastic Center Instructor: Morgan Keller MIN/MAX: 4/12

Activity # 525210-11 525210-12 525211-01 525211-02 525211-03 525211-04

Age Day 6-Adult Th 6-Adult Th 6-Adult Th 6-Adult Th 6-Adult Th 6-Adult Th

Date 11/04-11/25 12/02-12/30 01/06-01/27 02/03-02/24 03/03-03/31 04/07-04/28*

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

Fee(ID/OD) $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40 $35/$40

Family Gymnastics Club Winter This is family oriented program where kids and their parents can come experience our gymnastics facility. Bring in the family in for a fun, unstructured time with supervision from our gymnastics staff. This class is also offered as a drop-in class at $10 per class, space available. Location: Gymnastic Center *NO CLASS 04/08 Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 1/15

Activity # 525419-01 525419-02 525419-03 525419-04 525419-12

Age 6-Adult 6-Adult 6-Adult 6-Adult 6-Adult

Day F F F F F

Date 01/07-01/28 02/04-02/25 03/04-03/25 04/01-04/29* 12/03-12/31

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

Fee(ID/OD) $40/$45 $40/$45 $40/$45 $40/$45 $40/$45

Tumble / Tramp This class focuses on gymnastic stretching, balance, strength, conditioning, jumping, tumbling and swinging. All equipment will be used in giving the participant an exciting and challenging workout! This class is also offered as a drop-in class at $10 per class, space available. Location: Gymnastics Tramp Pit *NO CLASS 02/14, 04/05 Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 4/12 Activity # Tuesdays 525422-11 525422-12 525422-1A 525422-2A 525422-3A 525422-4A Thursdays 525423-12 525423-01 525423-02 525423-03 525423-04 525423-11

Age

Day

Date

Time

Fee(ID/OD)

7-10 Tu 7-10 Tu 7-10 Tu 7-10 Tu 7-10 Tu 7-10 Tu

11/02-11/30 12/07-12/28 01/04-01/25 02/01-02/22* 03/01-03/29 04/12-04/26*

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

$40/$50 $40/$50 $40/$50 $40/$50 $40/$50 $40/$50

7-12 Th 7-12 Th 7-12 Th 7-12 Th 7-12 Th 7-12 Th

12/02-12/30 01/06-01/27 02/03-02/24 03/03-03/31 04/07-04/28 11/04-11/25

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

$40/$50 $40/$50 $40/$50 $40/$50 $40/$50 $40/$50

Private Gymnastic Coaching A one-on-one opportunity for children of all ages and abilities to develop

their skills. Our lessons are taught by our certified Instructors. Please contact us to set up an instructor and time that meets your child’s needs and schedule. Fees are based on one hour sessions. You may not register for this class on-line. Location: Gymnastic Center Instructor: Certified Coaches MIN/MAX: 1/60 Activity # 525501-01

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Age Day Date 6-17 TBD TBD

Time 3:30P-5:00P

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Fee(ID/OD) $30/$35 an hour


Gymnastics

Competition Girls Level Pre/4 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. Multi-child discounts are available. Location: Gymnastic Center *NO CLASS 11/24, 11/26, 04/06 Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 5/16

Activity # 525204-11 525204-12 525204-1A 525204-2A 525204-3A 525204-4A

Age 7+ 7+ 7+ 7+ 7+ 7+

Day W W,F W,F W,F W,F W,F

Date 11/03-11/24* 12/01-12/29 01/05-01/28 02/02-02/25 03/02-03/30 04/13-04/29*

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

Fee(ID/OD) $75/$85 $75/$85 $75/$85 $75/$85 $75/$85 $75/$85

Competition Girls L5 &Optional 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. Multi-child discounts are available. Location: Gymnastic Center *NO CLASS 11/26, 04/06 Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 5/16 Activity # 525205-11 525205-12 525205-1A 525205-2A 525205-3A 525205-4A

Age 7-16 7-16 7-16 7-16 7-16 7-16

Day W W,F W,F W,F W,F W,F

Date 11/03-11/24* 12/01-12/29 01/05-01/28 02/02-02/25 03/02-03/30 04/13-04/29*

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

Fee(ID/OD) $85/$95 $85/$95 $85/$95 $85/$95 $85/$95 $85/$95

Adult Gymnastics This class includes stretching, balance, strength, conditioning, jumping, tumbling and

swinging. All equipment will be used in giving the participant an exciting and challenging workout! Location: Gymnastic Center Instructor: Hoppy Hayes MIN/MAX: 3/10 Activity # 445411-T1 445412-T1 545402-01 545402-02 545402-03 545402-04

Age Day 18-Adult Tu 18-Adult Tu 18-Adult Tu 18-Adult Tu 18-Adult Tu 18-Adult Tu

Date 11/02-11/30 12/07-12/28 1/4-1/25 2/1/-1/22 3/1-3/29 4/5-4/26

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Time 6:00P-7:30P 6:00P-7:30P 6:00P-7:30P 6:00P-7:30P 6:00P-7:30P 6:00P-7:30P

Fee(ID/OD) $10/$10 per class $10/$10 per class $10/$10 per class $10/$10 per class $10/$10 per class $10/$10 per class

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Tramp

Important Information: Drop-ins are allowed at a rate of $10 per class. You must register, pay, and sign a waiver in advance at the front desk. This drop-in rate is available ten minutes prior to the class, unless the class is full. This does NOT gain entry into the facility for non-members.

Tramp Beginner This program is for the new jumper and accomplishes two major tasks: first, it introduces the

individual to the basic bouncing skills of trampolining, and secondly verifies 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. Location: GPCRC Gymnastics Tramp Pit Instructor: Staff - TBA MIN/MAX: 1/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) *NO CLASS 12/25, 4/9 565500-12 6-Adult Sa 12/04-12/18* 3:00P-4:00P $40/$45 565500-01 6-Adult Sa 01/01-01/29 3:00P-4:00P $40/$45 565500-02 6-Adult Sa 02/05-02/26 3:00P-4:00P $40/$45 565500-03 6-Adult Sa 03/05-03/26 3:00P-4:00P $40/$45 565500-04 6-Adult Sa 04/02-04/30 3:00P-4:00P $40/$45 565503-12 6-Adult Su 12/05-12/26* 4:00P-5:00P $40/$45 565503-01 6-Adult Su 01/02-01/30 4:00P-5:00P $40/$45 565503-02 6-Adult Su 02/06-02/27 4:00P-5:00P $40/$45 565503-03 6-Adult Su 03/06-03/27 4:00P-5:00P $40/$45 565503-04 6-Adult Su 04/03-04/24 4:00P-5:00P $40/$45 565504-12 6-Adult Su 12/05-12/26* 5:00P-6:00P $40/$45 565504-01 6-Adult Su 01/02-01/30 5:00P-6:00P $40/$45 565504-02 6-Adult Su 02/06-02/27 5:00P-6:00P $40/$45 565504-03 6-Adult Su 03/06-03/27 5:00P-6:00P $40/$45 565504-04 6-Adult Su 04/10-04/24* 5:00P-6:00P $40/$45

Tramp Intermediate This program takes 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. A skill evaluation is required before being admitted to this class. Location: Gymnastics Tramp Pit Instructor: Staff - TBA MIN/MAX: 0/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) *NO CLASS 12/25, 04/09 565520-01 6-Adult Sa 12/04-12/18* 4:00P-5:00P $40/$45 565520-02 6-Adult Sa 01/01-01/29 4:00P-5:00P $40/$45 565520-03 6-Adult Sa 02/05-02/26 4:00P-5:00P $40/$45 565520-04 6-Adult Sa 03/05-03/26 4:00P-5:00P $40/$45 565520-12 6-Adult Sa 04/02-04/30* 4:00P-5:00P $40/$45 565521-01 6-Adult Su 12/05-12/26* 3:00P-4:00P $40/$45 565521-02 6-Adult Su 01/02-01/30 3:00P-4:00P $40/$45 565521-03 6-Adult Su 02/06-02/27 3:00P-4:00P $40/$45 565521-04 6-Adult Su 03/06-03/27 3:00P-4:00P $40/$45 565521-12 6-Adult Su 04/03-04/24* 3:00P-4:00P $40/$45 Tramp Int/Adv 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 basic inverted and twisting skills. Location: Gymnastic Center Instructor: Staff - TBA MIN/MAX: 1/15 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 555559-12 8-Adult F 12/03-12/31 8:00P-9:00P $40/$45 555559-01 8-Adult F 01/07-01/28 8:00P-9:00P $40/$45 555559-02 8-Adult F 02/04-02/25 8:00P-9:00P $40/$45 555559-03 8-Adult F 03/04-03/25 8:00P-9:00P $40/$45 555559-04 8-Adult F 04/01-04/29 8:00P-9:00P $40/$45 Tramp Adult Beg

This program is for the new jumper and accomplishes two major tasks: first, it introduces the individual to the basic bouncing skills of trampolining, and secondly verifies the individual’s capabilities so we can provide a safe environment. Location: Gymnastic Center Instructor: Staff - TBA MIN/MAX: 4/12 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) *NO CLASS 04/09 545519-01 16-Adult Sa 01/01-01/29 5:00P-6:00P $10/$10 per class 545519-02 16-Adult Sa 02/05-02/26 5:00P-6:00P $10/$10 per class 545519-03 16-Adult Sa 03/05-03/26 5:00P-6:00P $10/$10 per class 545519-04 16-Adult Sa 04/02-04/30* 5:00P-6:00P $10/$10 per class

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certification at the Grand Park Community Recreation Center. Certifications are a free pass/ fail test. Climbers that wish to use the belays without supervision must pass the belay test. Climbers who pass the test may use the wall when ever the Rec Center is open and no other programs are scheduled. If you fail the test, you must enroll in the belay class to get certified. Climbing wall orientation and belay certification at the Grand Park Community Recreation Center. Certifications are a free pass/fail test. If you are an experienced climber who wants to use the climbing wall on your own time, come in for a certification. After passing the test you may use the wall at your leisure whenever the Rec Center is open and there are no programs scheduled. It is free to take the test. Location: Grand Park Community Recreation Center Climbing Wall Instructor: Slade Bridgman MIN/MAX: 1/6

Activity # 147420-S1

Age 11-Adult

Day Su,F

Date Time 11/05-05/01* 2:00P-5:00P

Fee(ID/OD) $0/$0

Climbing Belay Orientation Class - Winter Climbing wall orientation and belay class. Participants will

learn how to safely use the climbing wall, proper belay techniques, clipping of belay device and rope feed, as well as stop techniques for controlled belay. The class is required for anyone who does not pass the Belay Certification Test. You will learn how to correctly fit a harness and double back and tie a proper figure 8 follow through knot with a safety back up. Please pre-register. Location: Climbing Wall Instructor: Slade Bridgman MIN/MAX: 1/6

Activity # 147422-1A

Age 11-Adult

Day Su,F

Date 11/05-05/01

Time 2:00P-5:00P

Fee(ID/OD) $5/$10 per class

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Youth Sports

Cross Country Cruisin Have fun after school skiing the trails at Morning Star Ranch. Students will learn both classic and skating techniques. Transportation and equipment is provided. We will meet outside the FVE gymnasium. Students MUST wear appropriate outdoor clothing including warn, water-proof coat, snow pants, hat, mittens or gloves, neck warmer and warm socks. Location: FVE Gymnasium / Morning Star Ranch Coordinator: Laura Cleveland MIN/MAX: 8/23

Activity # 128800-1A 128800-1B

Age 5-8 8-12

Day W M

Date 01/12-03/09 01/10-03/07

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

Fee(ID/OD) $60/$70 $60/$70

Youth Basketball 2011 The Fraser Valley Recreation District and Grand County Sports League will offer an organized youth basketball program for grades 3rd - 6th grade, designed to give participants a basic understanding of the rules, skills, and strategies of the sport of basketball. Parents need to fill out the FVMRD form in order to register . Location: FVE Gymnasium Instructor: Austin Degarmo MIN/MAX: 1/60 Tentative Game Dates: 1/15, 1/22, 1/29, 2/5, & 2/26

Activity # 126200-1A 126200-2A

Grade Day Date 3rd & 4th Tu,Th 01/04-02/26 5th & 6th Tu,Th 01/04-02/26

Time Fee(ID/OD) 3:30P-4:40P $40/$50* early bird registration 4:50P-6:50P $40/$50* early bird registration

Paper work will be sent home from school in Mid-December that needs to be completed for registration.

Youth Volleyball 2011 The Fraser Valley Recreation District and Grand County Sports League will offer an

organized youth volleyball progr am for 3rd - 6th grades designed to give participants a basic understanding of the rules, skills, and strategies of the sport. Parents need to fill out the FVMRD volleyball form in order to register for this program. Location: FVE Gymnasium Instructor: Austin Degarmo MIN/MAX: 1/60 Tentative Game Dates: 3/26, 4/16, & 4/30

Activity # 126600-1A 126600-2A

Age Day Date 9-11 Tu,Th 03/08-04/30 10-14 Tu,Th 03/08-04/30

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

Fee(ID/OD) $40/$50* early bird registration $40/$50* early bird registration

Paper work will be sent home from school in Mid-February that needs to be completed for registration.

To stay updated!, please check our e-mail blasts or website at www.fraservalleyrec.org. If you are not currently receiving our E - newsletters and would like to please e-mail michelle@fraservalleyrec.org.

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Activity # 123100-1A

Age 8+

Day W

Date Time 01/26-02/09 3:30P-5:15P

Fee(ID/OD) $50/$0

Youth Pottery - Winter This is a class designed to introduce students to a variety of ceramic techniques

including coil building, slabs, built pieces, and working with molds. Students will learn glaze techniques and be introduced to firing. Class will meet in the lunch room of FVE. Location: Pottery Classroom *NO CLASS 2/24 Instructor: Traci & Dave Maddox MIN/MAX: 4/8 Activity # 123400-1A 123400-1B

Age Day 5-12 Th 5-12 Th

Date Time 02/03-03/10* 3:30P-5:00P 04/28-05/26 3:30P-5:00P

Fee(ID/OD) $55/$65 $55/$65

Youth Martial Arts- NEW

Youth Enrichment

Beading with Heidi Come Bead with Heidi McNinch of Heidi’s Beadworks and learn the basics of beading. Each week you will complete a unique project. The fee includes all materials. Parents are invited to participate in the last class (fee required if parent makes own project!) Parents and guardians are invited to participate for a pre-registration fee of $20 per project. Location: Program Bldg Art Class Instructor: Heidi McNinch MIN/MAX: 4/9

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 accomodate 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 required, 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. Parents are encouraged to participate with their children in class at no additional cost. For more information about Matt and for a link to purchase traditional uniforms please visit www.zenmountainmartialarts.com. Location: Historic Church Dance Room Instructor: Matt Relyea MIN/MAX: 5/12 Activity # 123354-1A 123354-1M 123354-2M 123354-2W 123354-3M 123354-3W 123354-4M

Age 8-12 8-12 11-18 8-12 8-12 8-12 11-18

Day W M M W M W M

Date 11/10-12/15 01/17-03/21* 01/17-03/21* 01/19-03/23* 03/28-05/23* 03/30-05/25* 03/28-05/23*

Time 4:00P-5:30P 4:00P-5:30P 5:30P-7:00P 4:00P-5:30P 4:00P-5:30P 4:00P-5:30P 5:30P-7:00P

Fee(ID/OD) $45/$50 $70/$75 $70/$75 $70/$75 $65/$70 $65/$70 $65/$70

Youth Spanish and French Lessons are being offered thru the Granby Recreation Department. Please call (970) 887-3961 for more information!

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Adult Enrichment

Silver Clay Jewelry (PMC) Create your own fine silver jewelry with clay. This unique material is made up of powdered fine silver and an organic binder. After firing you have a piece of .999 fine silver jewelry. A great opportunity to make homemade holiday gifts or make something special for yourself! Find three friends, a date & time, contact Michelle Lawrence at 726-8968 x.106 and Patty Alander will host a special workshop for you! Location can be negotiated. Workshops can be two nights for two hours or one four hour session. Location: TBD Instructor: Patty Alander MIN/MAX: 3/9

Activity # 143401-1S

Age Day Date Time 18-Adult Tu TBD TBD

Fee(ID/OD) $100/$100

Adult Pottery Winter 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. Location: Pottery Classroom *NO CLASS 2/24 Instructor: Traci & Dave Maddox MIN/MAX: 4/10

Activity # 143400-1A 143400-1B

Age Day 18-Adult Th 18-Adult Th

Date Time 02/03-03/10* 5:30P-7:00P 04/28-05/26 5:30P-7:30P

Fee(ID/OD) $75/$80 $75/$80

Oil Painting Learn about oil painting through exercises that build basic skills so that you can express yourself in this forgiving medium. Learn what makes a good painting and use simple tools for painting design. Color mixing, brushwork, mediums, materials and more. Personal attention in small class setting. All materials provided to the first time student. Location: Program Bldg Art Classroom Instructor: Marie Johannes MIN/MAX: 4/8 *NO CLASS 11/22, 11/29

Activity # 443101-04

Age Day Adult M

Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 11/08-12/13* 12:30P-3:30P $60/$70

Knitting Club - NEW Join Ruth Mitchell for lively conversation as we create a scarf, great for a Christmas gift, by the fire in the lobby at The Grand Park Community Recreation Center. All levels welcome. Supplies provided if needed. Youth must be accompanied by an adult. Location: Grand Park Community Recreation Center Instructor: Staff - TBA MIN/MAX: 0/0 Activity # 443100-01 443100-02 443100-03 443100-04

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Age Day 8+ Tu 8+ Tu 8+ Tu All Tu

Date Time 11/16-11/16 11/30-11/30 12/07-12/07 12/14-12/14

Fee(ID/OD) 10:00A-11:00A $5/$5 10:00A-11:00A $5/$5 10:00A-11:00A $5/$5 10:00A-11:00A $5/$5

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Activity # 146601-1

Age Day Date 17+ Tu,Th 11/04-03/17

Time Fee(ID/OD) 6:00P-10:00P $400/$400

Adult Volleyball Get your 6-person squad together!

The volleyball league consists of a recreational and competitive division. Join us on Monday, November 9th at 8:00pm at the Fraser Elementary School Gym for a mandatory captains meeting . League play will begin on Monday, November 16th. For further questions or to register, call the administration office at 726-8968. Location: FVE Gymnasium Coordinator: Austin DeGarmo MIN/MAX: 0/50

Activity # 146600-A

Age 17+

Day M,W

Date 11/10-03/21

Time Fee(ID/OD) 6:00P-10:00P $300/$300

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Adult Sport Leagues

Adult Basketball League play will begin in December 7th, all league games will be played Tuesday evenings. Open gym will be held beginning November 4th and will occur on all Thursdays throughout the year excluding major holidays. Location: FVE Gymnasium Coordinator: Austin DeGarmo MIN/MAX: 1/12


Fitness

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. to receive our a schedule via e-mail prior to each month please contact michelle@fraservalleyrec.org

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

Art of Shaolin- Martial Arts: Beginning Shaolin (White-Green Belt) Beginning Shaolin classes provide an introduction to many of the various martial art styles historically practiced by the famous warrior monks of China. Students focus on practicing and memorizing a variety of simple techniques and movements which improve health and happiness and provide effective methods of self-defense. Students learn and practice basic stances, punching and kicking, and “Chin-Na,” (grasping and holding) techniques and escapes. In addition, students are introduced to animal fighting styles like “Flying Tiger” and “Praying Mantis,” basic weapons like staff and nunchuku and the “Universal” or “Grand Ultimate” method known as Tai Chi Chuan. Art of Shaolin- Martial Arts: Intermediate Shaolin (Brown Belt) Available to students who have advanced through the lower belt material taught in beginning classes, intermediate Shaolin class provides rigorous practice and review for those wishing to hone and expand their training. Each month highlights a particular style within the Shaolin art. Students work on Intricate forms like “Whirling Palms” and “White Crane” and weapons like broadsword and “Kwan Tao.” Students at this level are also introduced to “San I Chin” or “Iron Monk” training. Aqua Challenge: A low impact workout utilizing deep water, shallow water and the lazy river resistance. Cardio intervals, strength and core work make up this dynamic session. This class is for all fitness levels. Ball Core: Challenge yourself while adding exercise variety with this fun and innovative stability ball class. This class features stability ball exercises that build upper and lower body strength, core stability, balance and control. The ball is an effective way to improve functional strength and effectively work your abs and lower back like never before! Cycling Challenge: Ride you way into shape in this fast pace, high cardio class! From first time gym goers to hard-core cyclists, 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 include flats, hills/climbing, straight-aways, racing and more! Water bottle, bike shorts and shoes, towel recommended. 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. 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. Cycle Rock: This is how we do it: An hour of rocking out to fun, energetic music while we keep them wheels on rolling. The ride will involve intervals, climbs, and straight away keeping our feet to the beat. On an industrial strength Stationary Bicycle, from the advance athlete to the brand new beginner, this class is fun because the resistance and pace can be modified for all participants. Get motivated, burn fat, increase cardiovascular endurance, and power up those legs. It is a non-impact class, easy on joints. Just you, the bike and some good tunes. Life is Sweet! Min 5 /Max 10 Deep Water Exercise: Experience the benefits of non-weight bearing exercise with increased resistance and range of motion and decreased stress on your joints! Burn up to 720 calories in this hour! This is a total body workout incorporating cardio intervals, strength and, core work. This class is for all levels of fitness! Belts are worn for a buoyancy aid. You do not need to know how to swim to take this class! Fitness River Yes! Lazy River Not! Experience a FUN and energizing aqua workout using the current channel! Class moves between the ‘river’ and chest deep water for a good mix of cardio and strength training. You choose a moderate or high level of intensity in this low-impact workout. Retired athletic or water shoes helpful.

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Flow Yoga: Flow yoga or Vinyasa, as it is traditionally named, is a steady, dynamic flow of connected poses and continuous movement linked with breath. If you like to move, this challenging style of yoga is for you. Class follows the warm- up, workout and cool down process of exercise. We will begin by creating internal heat with a series of movements designed to prepare the body for our workout portion of the class followed deeper stretching and ending with rest and relaxation. This class is open to all levels.

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Fitness

Freestyle Fitness: Get your cardio and strength training done for the day in this one-hour class! Challenge your cardiovascular system for the first 30 minutes followed by strength and core training for the last 30 minutes. Cardio may include indoor cycling, running intervals on the track, jumping rope, or kickboxing drills. The second 30 minutes will incorporate strength moves using your own body weight, bars, bands, the step, and stability balls for variations on lunges, squats, push-ups, kickboxing combinations, and Pilates core exercises. Be prepared to work out at a high intensity designed for your fitness level. Bring a water bottle and towel and wear comfortable workout clothes.

Getting Started w/ Yoga: Instructor Maureen Helm, who is a fibromyalgia patient, will go through beginning yoga classes highlighting modifications and adjustments for those who are just getting started or may have a slight limitation. The class is designed to show that almost anyone, regardless of size, shape, or athletic ability can practice this form of gentle stretching that is so highly recommended for improving strength, balance, and circulation. This is a free class with paid admission to the recreation center 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. Fitness Blast: Multitask with a dynamic combination of alternating strength and cardio while focusing on the core throughout the entire workout. The strength portion will incorporate weights, stability ball, bands, step, body weight, and Pilates-based movements. The interspersed cardio blasts will involve kickboxing moves, jumping rope, the step, explosion moves, and station drills. Classes will be tailored to each individual’s high or low-impact needs and abilities. Kickboxing: A high calorie stress-relieving workout. Improve your cardiovascular fitness as well as your speed and timing using high-intensity drills and combinations that include jumping and spinning techniques. This total body workout is designed to increase your balance, coordination, flexibility, strength and stamina. We will combine elements of boxing and tae kwon; do both with and without the use of resistance pads. Last 5-10 minutes of class we will work on core strength and muscle endurance. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and no shoes. Gloves or hand wraps recommended. No experience necessary. Min 5 /Max 12 Liquid Fitness: Class moves between the chest deep and very deep water to keep this aqua workout super interesting! Burn calories and tone muscles without the impact of land exercises. All fitness levels work together in a non-competitive, friendly environment. Martial Arts – Mixed: Learn a unique blend of Martial arts including Jiu-Jitsu, Thai Boxing, wrestling and submission grappling. Emphasis is placed on learning proper technique and enjoyment. Class is open to all skill levels, T- shirt and shorts preferred attire. 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, not 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 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. Min 1 /Max 12 Shift & Lift: 30 minutes of indoor cycling simulating a wide variety of terrain followed by 30 minutes of strength training using various props, equipment and formats! This is a fun, yet challenging class which can accommodate various levels of fitness. Note: if wearing cycling shoes, please bring gym shoes for second half of class. Towel and water bottle also strongly recommended. Silver Sculpt: Have fun while using a variety of exercises that improve muscular strength and flexibility. Free weights, resistance bands, and a ball are used for strength and balance exercises. This low impact class will help improve your overall strength, range of motion, coordination, and balance. Each class concludes with relaxation exercises that will rejuvenate you for the rest of your day. Min 2 /Max 20 Sports Conditioning: The name of the game is variety. The equipment will include balls, weights, sport cords and any other toys we can find. The result: strength, coordination, agility, cardiovascular endurance, core strength, improved balance and fun! This class will include a variety of cardio, strengthening, balance/coordination, and core work exercises to give you a total body workout, preparing you for any adventure. All exercises can be adapted for a low impact. Shoes required

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Step Challenge: A high energy step/interval class incorporating cardio, weights, balls and more! This class will improve cardiovascular conditioning, coordination and agility. An incredible workout to burn calories and build stamina. Stretch & Tone: This class incorporates stretching and toning for improved posture, muscular balance, core strengthening and flexibility. Exercises gently work the joints and muscles through rhythmic, flowing, spiraling, and undulating movement. We will also include movements that increase muscular strength and endurance to tone and sculpt the body. Wear comfortable clothing, shoes not required. The perfect lunch hour class for all fitness levels to get you through your day refreshed and rejuvenated. Spin, Step and Sculpt: A high energy class beginning with 25 minutes of spin, followed by 30 minutes of step and body sculpting and ending with a relaxing stretch/cool down! Guaranteed to build endurance and tone the entire body! Please remember to bring aerobic shoes for step/sculpt work (if using cycling shoes), towel, water and a good attitude!

Tai Chi: Tai Chi is an ancient form of exercise which can be described as meditation in movement. The techniques of Tai Chi will gently stretch and strengthen you body, and the breathing techniques will improve health, vitality, and peace of mind. Tai Chi has been known to improve illnesses such as cancer and heart problems, relieve pain, and improve overall balance in the body. Because of the slow movements in Tai Chi, this class is suitable for adults of all ages and fitness levels and can improve your performance in other sports. Turn and Burn: Enhance your cardiovascular fitness, endurance, and muscle strength during the off season with this one hour cycling class designed to keep you moving! We’ll take on steep hills, enjoy rollers, work on passing, develop a higher cadence, and focus on single leg strength. Interval training will be emphasized with classes geared towards beginners as well as challenging seasoned athletes. Wheel Jam: Some call it torturous; others exhilarating! What sets this class apart is the variety and fun music that leads you through hills, valleys, straight-aways, and even races. Something for everyone! Regardless if you are a beginner or a road warrior, you will get the workout and coaching you need. Routines vary and you control resistance to your level. This class will burn 400-800 calories and keep your muscles in shape. Water bottle, towel, bike shorts and shoes highly recommended. Min 5 /Max 10 Calendars are updated monthly - view Novembers Fitness Calendar on page 27 visit www.fraservalleyrec.org to View calenders

Aqua Power and Strength Class -NEW Attention Athletes, have you ever considered cross training in

the pool? Did you know that swimming laps is not the only way to work out in the pool? You can boost muscle strength and power with less risk of injury by exercising in water. We are tallking about muscle strength and power for sports like skiing, cycling, running, hiking, basketball, volleyball... etc. Doing power based exercises such as plyometrics you can significantly increase your speed and performance. Doing this in the water, decreases the force on your musculoskeletal system which decreases chances for injuring joints such as knees. Water adds resistance 15x greater than land. Location: Lap Pool Instructor: Audrey Walker MIN/MAX: 4/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 444128-1A 17+ M 11/08-11/08 5:30P-6:30P $5/$5 444128-2A 17+ M 11/15-11/15 5:30P-6:30P $5/$5

Master Swim It is our philosophy to hone the skills and acquire the mental capacity to overcome life’s physical endeavors. Whether you are just beginning the quest and looking for basic coaching, or training for a national championship, we welcome you to any and all practices. If you have any questions regarding your ability level, scheduling, or competition, feel free to contact our coach, Andy Baker, anytime via email bakeraid@yahoo.com. Location: Lap Pool Instructor: Andy Baker MIN/MAX: 4/10 Activity # Age Day Date Time Fees 554138 18+ M 11/08-11/08 5:30P-7:00P $5 drop-in/$20 monthly members /$30 non-members

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“THE ICE BOX” at Fraser Sports Complex

Opening the end of november! new ice rink at the fraser valley sports complex! DISTRICT RESIDENT FEES

“The Ice Box” will offer Light concessions, skate rentals, locker rooms and rest rooms. A calendar of Open-Skate and reserved Ice Times will be posted upon the opening of the ice rink. Anticipated opening is the end of November.

DAILY FEE S KATE R ENTAL DROP-IN HOCKEY

5 and Under Free

$2

N/A

Youth 5-17

$1

$3

N/A

Adult

$2

$4

$5

$3

$5

Seniors 60+ $1

NON-RESIDENT FEES DAILY FEE S KATE R ENTAL DROP-IN HOCKEY

5 and Under Free

$3

N/A

Youth 5-17

$2

$4

N/A

Adult

$4

$5

$10

Seniors 60+ $2

$4

$10

Pick-up Hockey Scrimmages Come out to the “The Ice Box” and join in a game of Hockey! Location: “The Ice Box” at Fraser Valley Sports Complex MIN/MAX: 10/20 Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 17+ M, Th 12/6 - season 6:00P - 8:00P $5/$10 drop-in fee 17+ Sa 12/6 - season 8:00P - 10:00P $5/$10 drop-in fee Broomball Pick-Up Play You don’t have to know how to skate to enjoy a game of Broomball! Broom and ball is played like hockey, but a you use a broom and ball instead of a stick and puck and you wear your boots or shoes - no skates allowed. BYOB - bring your own broom, taped please. Helmets recommended. Location: “The Ice Box” at Fraser Valley Sports Complex MIN/MAX: 10/20 Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 14+ W 12/1- 12/29 7:30P - 8:00P $5/$10 drop-in fee Broomball League Get a group of your friends together, find a sponsor and start a Broomball League! BYOB bring your own broom, taped please. Helmets recommended. Leagueplay begins January 12th. Location: “The Ice Box” at Fraser Valley Sports Complex MIN/MAX: 10/20 Age Day Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 17+ W 1/12 - season 7:30P - 8:00P TBD

Adult Hockey League Play is anticipated be Tuesday and Thursday nights beginning at 7:30pm.

The Fraser Valley Hockey Association will be offering a Men’s Competitive League and a Co-Ed Recreational League, we will keep you posted as information comes available.

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encouraging atmosphere - complete with games that will incorporate the skills being developed. A three level structure for basic skating will be used. Balance, marching, stopping, gliding, forward and backward swizzles will be introduced to the new skaters. A helmet, waterproof gloves, pants and jacket are required. Skates are available for rent for an additional $10 a session. Location: “The Ice Box” at Fraser Valley Sports Complex MIN/MAX: 5/8 Instructor: Ilizabeth Adelman & Robin Dresen Activity # 113301-1A 113301-2B

Age Day 3-5 Tu 3-5 Tu

Date 01/11-02/15 02/22-03/29

Time Fee(ID/OD) 10:15A-10:45A $45/$50 10:15A-10:45A $35/$40

Ice Skate - Me & My Shadow So you want your child to learn how to ice skate, but you are unsure on how to teach them. This class is designed for you and your young skater, aged 3-6yrs to be introduced to the basics of ice skating. Parents do not need to have skating skills to participate, you can learn alongside your child. Helmets, waterproof gloves, pants and jacket required. Skates are available for rent for an additional $10 a session. Location: “The Ice Box” at Fraser Valley Sports Complex MIN/MAX: 5/8 Instructor: Ilizabeth Adelman Activity # 113302-1A 113302-2A

Age Day 3+ Tu 3+ Tu

Date Time Fee(ID/OD) 01/11-02/15 9:30A-10:00A $45/$50 02/22 - 03/29 9:30A-10:00A $45/$50

Intro to Hockey A Co-ed program designed for skaters with minimal skating experience who want to improve their skills and learn to play hockey. Helmet, skates and stick are required; a mouth guard is also recommended. Students MUST wear appropriate outdoor clothing including warm, water proof coat, snow pants, mittens or gloves, neck warmer and warm socks. Transportation is NOT provided. Youth with skating experience are welcome to attend as a drop-in for $10 a class. Location: “The Ice Box” at Fraser Valley Sports Complex MIN/MAX: 4/16 Coordinator: Dave Dresen Coaches: FV Hockey Association Activity # 128711-1A 128711-2A

Age Day Date 5-12 Tu,Th 12/07-12/28 5-12 Tu,Th 12/07-12/28

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

Fee(ID/OD) $55/$65 $55/$65

More youth hockey programing coming in january on mondays and wednesdays after-school, stay updated via our website www.fraservalleyrec.org. Make sure you are receiving our e-news blasts, if not e-mail michelle@fraservalleyrec.org your e-mail address.

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Youth Skating Programs

Ice Skate - Snow Plow Sam Pre-school students will be introduced to basics of skating in a fun and


Figure Skating Programs

all of our youth figure skate programs will now be part of the usfsa, the unites states figure skate association. we will be following their skills program. you will learn more at beginning of programs.

Learn to Skate This is a co-ed figure skating class and students will be introduced to the basics of skating in a fun and encouraging environment. We will learn and develop basic skating, balance, marching stopping, gliding, forward and backwards swizzles. Transportation available from FVE at 3:30 for the early class. Please meet in the FVE lunch room after school. Students must wear appropriate outdoor clothing including warm water-proof coat, snow pants, helmet, mittens or gloves, and warm socks. Please pick up your child at the Fraser Sports Complex Ice Rink promptly at the end of class. Skates are available for rent for an additional $10 a session. Location: “The Ice Box” at Fraser Valley Sports Complex Instructor: Robin Dresen MIN/MAX: 5/22 Activity # 128601-1A 128601-1B 128601-2A 128601-2B

Age Day 5-12 Tu 5-12 Tu 5-12 Tu 5-12 Tu

Date 01/11-02/15 01/11-02/15 02/22-03/29 02/22-03/29

Time 3:30P-4:45P 5:00P-6:00P 3:30P-4:45P 5:00P-6:00P

Fee(ID/OD) $55/$60 $55/$60 $55/$60 $55/$60

Figure Skating - Level II This is a co-ed figure skating class that provides skaters with the foundation of the sport. Skaters will be evaluated to be placed in the proper skill level. Students will learn forward and backward glide, 2 foot turn, moving snowplow stop, forward to backward two foot turn, one foot glide, two foot spin, turns and spins. Transportation available from FVE at 3:30 for the early class. Please meet in the FVE lunch room after school. Students must wear appropriate outdoor clothing including warm water-proof coat, snow pants, helmet, mittens or gloves, and warm socks. Please pick up your child at the Fraser Sports Complex Ice Rink promptly at the end of class. Skates are available for rent for an additional $10 a session Location: “The Ice Box” at Fraser Valley Sports Complex Instructor: Joanna Goodman MIN/MAX: 5/10 Activity # 128602-1A 128602-1B 128602-2A 128602-2B

Age Day 5-12 Tu 5-12 Tu 5-12 Tu 5-12 Tu

Date Time 01/11-02/15 3:30P-4:45P 01/11-02/15 5:00P-6:00P 02/22-03/29 3:30P-4:45P 02/22-03/29 5:00P-6:00P

Fee(ID/OD) $55/$60 $55/$60 $55/$60 $55/$60

Figure Skating - Level III This is a co-ed figure skating class that provides skaters with the foundation of the

sport. Skaters will be evaluated to be placed in the proper skill level. Students will continue to develop and enhance the skills learned in the level II skating class, as well as introduce a few new moves! Transportation available from FVE at 3:30. Please meet in the FVE lunch room after school. Students must wear appropriate outdoor clothing including warm water-proof coat, snow pants, helmet, mittens or gloves, er and warm socks. . Please pick up your child at the Fraser Sports Complex Ice Rink promptly at the end of class. Skates are available for rent for an additional $10 a session. Location: “The Ice Box” at Fraser Valley Sports Complex Instructor: Ilizabeth Adelman MIN/MAX: 5/10

Activity # 128603-1A 128603-1B 128603-2A 128603-2B

Age Day 5-12 Tu 5-12 Tu 5-12 Tu 5-12 Tu

Date 01/11-02/15 01/11-02/15 02/22-03/29 02/22-03/29

Time 3:30P-4:45P 5:00P-6:00P 3:30P-4:45P 5:00P-6:00P

Fee(ID/OD) $55/$60 $55/$60 $55/$60 $55/$60

Figure Skating - Adult

Private Figure Skate Lessons are available at $25/$30 (ID/OD) an hour with Ilizabeth Adelman, please call (970) 726-8968 x.106 to schedule.

People of all ages and abilities can enjoy Figure Skating at our new Ice Rink at the Fraser Valley Sports Complex! This class is geared to teach each individual’s skills and comfort level. Please bring water proof gloves and warm clothes. You may also attend on a drop-in session at $10 per lesson. Location: “The Ice Box” at Fraser Valley Sports Complex Instructor: Ilizabeth Adelman MIN/MAX: 5/15 Activity # 143131-1A 143131-2A

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Age Day 17+ Tu 17+ Tu

Date 01/11-02/15 02/22-03/29

Time Fee(ID/OD) 11:00A-12:00P $55/$60 11:00A-12:00P $55/$60

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Final FVMRD Winter Activity Guide  

2010 Winter Activity Guide

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