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CHAMBLEE PARKS AND RECREATION

ACTIVITY GUIDE

FALL & WINTER 2018


Table of Contents MISSION STATEMENT 3

General Information

The mission of the City of Chamblee Parks and Recreation Department is to provide safe, clean and beautiful parks facilities while providing quality leisure activities for the community. These services shall enhance residents’ health and well-being and promote economic vitality for long-term community sustainability. We will accomplish this through creative leadership, environmentally sustainable practices

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and the responsible use of available resources.

PARKS AND RECREATION HOURS OF OPERATION 10-11 Walking Trails

Chamblee Civic Center 3540 Broad Street, Chamblee, GA 30341 770-986-5010 Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 5 pm

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Closed the following remaining days in 2018: Labor Day — September 3rd Columbus Day — October 8th Veteran’s Day — November 12th Thanksgiving — November 22nd-23rd Christmas — December 24th-25th New Year’s Day — January 1st

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STAFF DIRECTORY Jodie Gilfillan jgilfillan@chamblega.gov

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Kevin Farrow kfarrow@chambleega.gov Katie Ray kray@chambleega.gov Thann Hadden Parks Worker

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GENERAL INFORMATION REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Registration for most City of Chamblee Parks and Recreation (CPRD) activities can be made on chambleerec.com. Users will need to make a free account, add any family members and select the program of their choosing. The activity will be reflected in the cart, which can then be paid for via credit card online. The Parks and Recreation Department also accepts cash, checks and money orders as payment for registrations in person or via mail. CPRD also partners with many organizations to provide a variety of programs and athletics. At times, users will be redirected to the partnering organization’s website to register.

REFUND POLICY It is the policy of the City of Chamblee Parks and Recreation Department to provide high quality opportunities to youth in the community and to accommodate the maximum number of participants allowed in these programs. To accomplish this, parks and recreation staff require sufficient time to notify people on the waiting list of any programs to allow them ample time to attend and to complete required paper work. If for any reason your child does not attend the program as registered, please let our office know as soon as possible so we can fill the opening. Therefore, any participant may receive a 100% refund of their registration fee if the refund is requested at least TWO WEEKS (10 working days) prior to the first day of a scheduled program or activity. If less than two weeks and two business days prior to start of the program, only a 50% refund will be issued. No refund will be issued after 10 am two business days prior to the start of the program. Full refund or credit will be granted if the program is canceled by the Department. No refund will be given for a child who is suspended or expelled. Refunds will be issued on chambleerec.com as either a credit card reimbursement, account credit or check. Parks and Recreation staff reserves the right to modify refund policies for family emergency situations that cause a cancellation after the deadlines above or for children dismissed from the program due to behavior or other extenuating circumstances.

RECREATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Chamblee Parks and Recreation has a Recreation Advisory Committee (RAC) made up of six City of Chamblee residents (may have up to two non-residents). The RAC serves as a voice for the Chamblee Parks and Recreation staff, both in bringing ideas from the community, as well as disseminating information to the community. RAC members also serve as first-string volunteers when planning and implementing community events. Each RAC member serves a two-year term that is eligible to be renewed at the end of two years if there are not others waiting to join the committee.

Current Members: Alberta Lloyd • Jimmy Furst • Erich Melville Verle Van Hooze • Maria Holbrook

Keep Chamblee Beautiful

Keep Chamblee Beautiful (KCB) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit whose mission is to organize, educate, support and inspire the Chamblee community to invest their time, talents and resources into making Chamblee a cleaner, greener and more beautiful place to live, work and play. A member of Keep DeKalb Beautiful, KCB is a group of volunteers with no paid employees or officers who donate their time to making improvements within the community. Membership is open to individuals, community organizations and corporations. For more information, meeting times, event updates and contact information, please visit Keep Chamblee Beautiful online: www.keepchambleebeautiful.org.

INCLEMENT WEATHER/ RAINOUT POLICY In the case of inclement weather, please call the Parks and Recreation Weather Hotline at 470-395-2349.

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90 Canfield Drive, Chamblee, GA 30341 ark: Purchased in 2016 from a homeowner and later turned into a 1 acre park located ark Neighborhood. The park is also close to Clairmont Park and the Peachtree DeKalb Airport. ened on April 22, 2018 and currently consists of a swing set made to look like a tree, park d other amenities. There is also a creek that runs the length of the park on the north side.

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Canfield Park 3090 Canfield Drive Chamblee, GA 30341

Features Include: • Benches • Playground

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About the Park: This area of land was purchased in 2016 from a homeowner and later turned into a one-acre park located in the Ashford A 30341 Park neighborhood. The park also is close to Clairmont Park and DeKalb-Peachtree Airport. park openedPark. on April downtown, adjacent to City Hall,The is Peachtree Construct22, 2018 and currently consists of a swing set made to look oratelike arbor serves as a modified town square for the city. The a tree, park benches and other amenities. There also is a creekand that is runs the lengthspring of the park red gazebo a favorite / summer lunch location for on the north side.

City Hall Park 5468 Peachtree Road Chamblee, GA 30341

About the Park: In the center of Chamblee’s downtown, adjacent to City Hall, is Peachtree Park. Constructed in 1995, this downtown park with its elaborate arbor, serves as a modified town square for the city. The park features numerous benches and a covered gazebo and is a favorite spring / summer lunch location for surrounding office workers. Features Include: • ADA Accessible • Benches • Bike Rack • Gazebo • Parking • Picnic Tables

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●Playground

PARKS Clairmont Park

Clairmont Road (between Dyer Circle & Hickory Road) Chamblee, GA 30341

About the Park: Completed in 1999, Clairmont Park is a small rectangular neighborhood Hickory Road), Chamblee, GA 30341 park located less than one-tenth of a mile north of DeKalb-Peachtree angular neighborhood park located less than oneAirport tenth of on Clairmont Road. The mont Road. The site encompasses acres and1.5 serves site1.5 encompasses acresas and serves rhoods: Gordon Acres and Clairmont Hills.as a connection between Chamblee’s oldest k addresses the needs of the largest demographic groups neighborhoods: Gordon Acrespaths and Clairmont e park provides designated walking connecting the Hills. Designed by the surrounding community, the park addresses the needs of the largest demographic groups in the area: senior citizens and young children. The Clairmont Park park provides designated walking paths connecting the two neighborhoods and a toddler play area. Dyer Circle & Hickory Address: Clairmont Road (between

Road), Chamblee, GA 30341

About the Include: Park Features • Benches in 1999, Clairmont Park is a small rectangular neighborhood park located less than one tenth o Completed • Bike Rack a mile north of Peachtree DeKalb Airport on Clairmont Road. The site encompasses 1.5 acres and serves as • Playground a connection between Chamblee's oldest neighborhoods: Gordon Acres and Clairmont Hills. Designed by the surrounding community, the park addresses the needs of the largest demographic groups in the area: senior citizens and young children. The park provides designated walking paths connecting the two neighborhoods and a toddler play area. Features Include: ●Benches ●Bike Rack ●Playground

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PARKS Dresden Park 2301 Dresden Drive Chamblee, GA 30341

PARKS About the Park:

Dresden Park In 2016, Dresden Park was transferred to the CityGA of 30341 Address: 2301 Dresden Drive, Chamblee, Chamblee. Dresden Park About the Park: In 2016, isDresden was transferred to the City of Chamblee. Dresden Park is a 25 ac a 25-acrePark park from DeKalbarea County park located in the southeast of located Chamblee, which was annexed into the City in 2013. It is also hom in the southeast area of to the DeKalb County Police Officer Chamblee, which was annexed into the City in Memorial. 2013. It is also home to the DeKalb County Police Officer Memorial.

Features Include: Features Include: • Benches • ●Benches Bike Rack • Creek ●Bike Rack • Multi-Purpose Field • ●Multi-Purpose Parking Lot Field • Picnic Areas ●Parking Lot • Picnic Shelter • ●Picnic Picnic Tables Areas • Playground ●Picnic Shelter • Restrooms • Soccer ●Picnic Tables • Tables ●Playground • Trails ●Restrooms ●Soccer ●Tables ●Trails ●Water

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PARKS Huntley Hills Park

Corner of Longview Drive and Admiral Drive Chamblee, GA 30341 About the Park:

ey Hills Park The Huntley Hills Park is located Drive, at the corner of ess: Corner of Longview Drive and Admiral Chamblee, GA 30341 Admiral Drive and Longview t the Park: The Huntley Hills Park is located at the corner of Admiral Drive and Longview Drive. It feaDrive. It features a younger a younger child's play area with swings and a walking child’s play area withpath that encircles its perimeter. A steel bridge swings and a walking path directly into a "Butterfly Garden" that the creek running through the middle of the park and leads that encircles its perimeter. A steel bridge spans the creek esigned, Shallowford planted, and Park is now maintained by neighborhood volunteers. The seating area was designed running through the middle of the park and leads directly uilt asinto a Boy Scout Eagle project. a “Butterfly Garden” that was designed, planted and is

Address: 3096 Shallowford Place, Chamblee, GA 30341

now maintained by neighborhood volunteers. The seating res Include: About the Park: Park is located area was designed andShallowford built as an Eagle Scout project. between Shallowford Road and Shallowford Place. Serving the

ches neighborhoods of east Chamblee, this 1.16 acre park is geared toward family activities with a playground Include: Rack Features area, several picnic shelters, a large open field, and a small walking trail. • Benches e Free • Library Bike Rack • Creek ground Features Include: • Little Free Library er • Playground ●ADA Playground

●Benches ●Bike Rack ●Gazebo Shallowford Park 3096 Shallowford Place ●Pavilion Chamblee, GA 30341 ●Picnic Areas ●Picnic Shelter ●Playground ●Tables ●Trails

lowford Place, Chamblee, GA 30341 allowford Park is located between Shallowford Road and Shallowford Place. Serving the east Chamblee, this 1.16 acre park is geared toward family activities with a playground shelters, a large open field, and a small walking trail.

About the Park: Shallowford Park is located between Shallowford Road and Shallowford Place. Serving the neighborhoods of east Chamblee, this 1.16-acre park is geared toward family activities with a playground area, several picnic shelters, a large open field and a small walking trail. Features Include: • ADA Playground • Benches • Bike Rack • Gazebo • Pavilion • Picnic Areas • Picnic Shelter • Playground • Tables • Trails

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PARKS Keswick Park 3496 Keswick Drive Chamblee, GA 30341

About the Park: This is Chamblee’s largest park, covering more than 45 acres, with a neighborhood focus. The park contains primarily active recreation facilities including: walking trails, dog park, a full-size adult softball field, tee-ball field, soccer field, multi-purpose field, two tennis courts and an outdoor basketball court. The playground facilities are ADA accessible. The newest addition to the park is a walking trail connecting the park to the Mid-City District! This extension takes you behind the softball field, under Peachtree Blvd. and Clairmont Road and comes out on Chamblee Tucker Road next to the Walmart. Residents and non-residents can rent the 3,500-square-foot community building, soccer field, softball field, t-ball field and event lawn space.

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Features Include: • ADA Accessible • ADA Playground • Baseball / Softball • Basketball Court • Benches • Bike Rack • Dog Park • Gazebo • Grill • Meeting Rooms • Multi-Purpose Field • Parking • Pavilion • Picnic Areas • Picnic Shelter • Picnic Tables • Playground • Restrooms • Soccer • Softball / Baseball / T-Ball Field • Tables • Tennis Court • Trails


PARKS Keswick Park (continued)

Village Park Address: 3375 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Chamblee, GA 30341 About the Park: Located in the International Village at the intersection of C Peachtree Roads, this is Chamblee's newest park. The park boasts a state-o accessible. The park also has picnic tables and an open play area.

Features Include: Village Park ●ADA Playground Address: 3375 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Chamblee, GA 30341 ●Benches Rack About the Park: Located in the ●Bike International Village at the intersection of Cham ●Parking Peachtree Roads, this is Chamblee's newest park. The park boasts a state-of-th ●Picnic Tables ●Playground accessible. The park also has picnic tables and an open play area.

Village Park 3375 Chamblee Dunwoody Road Features Include: Chamblee, GA 30341 ●ADA Playground About the Park: ●Benches Located in the International Village at the intersection ●Bike Rackof Chamblee Dunwoody and New Peachtree Roads, ●Parking this is Chamblee’s newest park. The park boasts a ●Picnic Tables state-of-the-art playground that is ADA accessible. The ●Playground park also has picnic tables ●Volleyballand an open play area.

●Volleyball

Features Include: • ADA Playground • Benches • Bike Rack • Parking • Picnic Tables • Playground • Volleyball

WALKING TRAILS

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WALKING TRAILS The City of Chamblee offers many wonderful walking paths, including around Keswick Park, Dresden Park and the new Rail Trail. The Rail Trail is an extensive 0.9 mile Rail Trail that twists and winds through the City. A grant was just provided to the City of Chamblee to extend the current Rail Trail to connect neighbors throughout the city, as well as to shopping centers and restaurants. The building of the next phase of the trail will begin soon.

Rail Trail Park Located between Keswick Park (3496 Keswick Drive) and Walmart (1871 Chamblee Tucker Road) Amenities: • .90 Miles of Asphalt Trail • Lights • Trash Cans • Benches • Parking (at Keswick Park Softball Fields or Walmart Parking Lot)

The City of Chamblee has one Community Building, one

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WALKING TRAILS Dresden Park Trail Dresden Park sits on 25 acres of land, which includes approximately one mile of winding trails through the park and woods, as well as to the popular playground area and soccer fields. There are also benches along the trail for anyone needing to take a break.

Keswick Park Trail In 2016, several members of Keep Chamblee Beautiful started carving out a nature trail in the forested section (about 17 acres) of Keswick Park. This approximate half mile of trail is located behind the soccer fields and consists of one wooden bridge built by an Eagle Scout in 2017. The path continues to twist and wind near the creek to the playground, as well as around the large multipurpose field and gazebo area.

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RENTAL INFORMATION Chamblee Parks and Recreation offers one Softball Field, one T-ball Field and two Soccer Fields for rent. Rental applications for both the community building and fields can be found on www.chambleega.gov * If you need assistance with a rental, please call the Parks and Recreation line at 770-986-5016. ** Gazebos/Pavilions are not able to be rented. They are on a first come, first served basis. Charcoal grills are also located at each pavilion.

Keswick Park Community Building 3496 Keswick Drive Chamblee, GA 30341 Facility Details: • 3,500 square feet • Capacity of 120 people • Tables and chairs available 2018 Blackout Dates: • April 2-6 • May 21 – August 10 • November 19-23 • December 24 – January 4, 2019 All other dates are based on availability. All set-up, breakdown and clean-up are the responsibility of the renting party. Fees and Charges: • City of Chamblee Residents Meeting room/deck/kitchen: $60 for first two (2) hours and $20 for each additional hour. • Non-Profit Organizations Meeting room/deck/kitchen: $80 for first two (2) hours and $30 for each additional hour. • Non-Residents Meeting room/deck/kitchen: $100 for first two (2) hours and $40 for each additional hour. • All Renters Security deposit: $150.00 deposit in addition to rental fees above, check returned to you/destroyed if all conditions on pages two (2) and three (3) of the application are met.

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Make checks payable to Chamblee Parks & Recreation. Credit cards accepted include Discover, Visa and MasterCard. $30 fee for all returned checks. Rates subject to change without notice.


RENTAL INFORMATION Keswick Park 3496 Keswick Drive Chamblee, GA 30341 Soccer Field (minimum of 2-hour rental) • $80 per hour, unprepared field, no lights • City of Chamblee residents’ rate is $60 per hour • Nonprofit group rate is $70 per hour, $20 per hour charge for use of lights • $40 flat charge for prepared field (boundary lines painted) Softball Field (minimum of 2-hour rental) • $80 per hour, unprepared field, no lights • City of Chamblee residents’ rate is $60 per hour • Nonprofit group rate is $70 per hour, $20 per hour charge for use of lights • $40 flat charge for prepared field (foul lines chalked/ painted, infield dragged) T-ball Field (minimum of 2-hour rental) • $50 per hour, unprepared field, no lights • City of Chamblee residents’ rate is $40 per hour • Nonprofit group rate is $45 per hour • $40 flat charge for prepared field (foul lines chalked/ painted, infield dragged)

Dresden Park 2301 Dresden Drive Chamblee, GA 30341 Soccer Field • $80 per hour, unprepared field, no lights • City of Chamblee residents’ rate is $60 per hour • Nonprofit group rate is $70 per hour, $20 per hour charge for use of lights • $40 flat charge for prepared field (boundary lines painted)

** Tennis courts are not able to be rented. CPRD partners with Up4Tennis, which conducts classes at Keswick Park. A schedule of classes can be found at the tennis courts and online.**

Make checks payable to Chamblee Parks & Recreation. Credit cards accepted include Discover, Visa and MasterCard. $30 fee for all returned checks. Rates subject to change without notice. A security deposit of $150 is due with this contract to secure the rental of fields and will be returned after the rental. FEES MUST BE PAID IN FULL TWO WEEKS PRIOR TO EVENT. If fees are not paid by this deadline, we reserve the right to cancel your reservation.

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YOUTH SOCCER – FALL (U4 TO U12) (GO In the Fall of 2018 Chamblee Youth Socce will offer three levels of soccer including

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Registration Cost

July 9 – Augus Recreational

YOUTH SOCCER – FALL (Ages 3-12) – GOLDLINE FC

In the Fall of 2018, Chamblee Youth Soccer will be coordinated by Goldline FC, formally known as Brookhaven FC. Goldline FC will offer three levels of soccer including recreational, academy and select. Uniforms All U5-U12 pla Registration July 9th – August 12th Cost Recreational U4 = $95 per season (includes T-shirt) 5U - 6U = $120 per season  7U - 8U = $120 per season  9U - 10U = $140 per season  11U - 12U = $160 per season  Uniforms All U5-U12 players will need a new uniform. Uniform cost is $35 and includes two jerseys, one pair of shorts and socks. Dates Practices begin the week of August 27th. Games begin Saturday, September 8th. Location Keswick Park Soccer Field and Dresden Park Soccer Field Rain Out Line 470-395-2349 Info/Register www.brookhavenfc.soccer

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TENNIS – FALL ADULTS AND YOUTH (U Up4Tennis offers classes for both youth ginners; Adult A, B, C Levels; Youth Mo Up4Tennis offers classes for both youth and adults at the Keswick Park Tennis Courts. Classes Youth offered include: Future Stars.Adult Beginners; Adult A, B, C Levels; Youth Mommy & Me; Youth Twinkling Stars, Youth Lil’ Stars, Youth Shining Stars I & II; Adults and Youth Future Stars. Beginner (8 weeks) Monday – 6:30pm-7:30

TENNIS – FALL (ADULTS AND YOUTH) – Up4Tennis

Adults

Thursday – 6:30pm-7:30 Monday – 6:30pm-7:30 Mommy & Me-under 3 (8 weeks) Monday – 10:30 am-11:00Thursday am $96 – 7:30pm-8:30 Twinkling Stars- 3-4 yrs. (8 weeks) Monday – 3:00 $96 B Level (8pm-3:30 weeks) pm Tuesday – 6:30pm-8:00 Lil Stars- 4-6 years (13 weeks) Monday – 3:30 pm-4:30 pm $260 Thursday – 8:30pm-9:30 Shining Stars I-7 to 9 yrs. (13 weeks) Monday – 4:30 pm-5:30 pm $260 Level (8 weeks) Thursday – 8:30pm-9:30

Youth

C Level (8 weeks)

Beginner (8 weeks) Monday – 6:30 pm-7:30 pm $160 Thursday – 6:30 pm-7:30 pm $160 C Level (8 weeks) Monday – 6:30 pm-7:30 pm $160 Thursday – 7:30 pm-8:30 pm $160 B Level (8 weeks) Tuesday – 6:30 pm-8:00 pm $240 Shining Stars II-7 to 9 yrs. (13 weeks) Monday – 5:30 pm-6:30 pm $260 Registration Begins June 26th Thursday – 8:30 pm-9:30 pm $160 Future Stars- 12-16 yrs. (13 weeks) Thursdays – 6:00 pm-7:30 pm $290 Dates Begins the w A Level (8 weeks) Thursday – 8:30 pm-9:30 pm $160 Location Keswick Park Tennis C Registration Begins June 26th Info/Register At https://up4tennis.com Dates Begins the week of August 13th Location Keswick Park Tennis Courts Info/Register https://up4tennis.com/keswick/

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ATHLETICS YOUTH T-BALL/BASEBALL – FALL (AGES 3 TO 8 YEARS) – Chamblee Parks and Recreation Chamblee Parks and Recreation offers co-ed recreational T-ball and youth baseball at Keswick Park. Teams practice once per week and play one game every Saturday throughout the course of the season. Players receive a jersey, pants and hat. Players should have their own glove and athletic shoes or cleats. All other equipment is provided (helmets, bats and balls). Requests for specific practice times, coaches and teammates cannot be given. Games may be played at neighboring fields, if necessary. Registration Begins July 9th Cost $75 Resident/$95 Non-Resident Dates Practices begin the week of August 27th. Games begin Saturday, September 8th. Location Keswick Park T-Ball Field Info/Register www.chambleerec.com Rain Out Line 470-395-2349

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ATHLETICS YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL – FALL (AGES 4 TO 14 YEARS) – i9 SPORTS I9 Sports offers boys and girls flag football for youth, where play is 5 on 5, with no intentional contact allowed. Teams are organized into divisions based on the age of the child. Teams consist of 6-10 players. Teams play a one-hour game followed by a 45-minute practice. Each player receives a reversible jersey and flag belt. Appropriate footwear (rubber cleats or athletic shoes) and mouth guard are required. Registration Begins July 9th Day/Time Cost $119 if registered by June 25th Sunday $129 if registered by July 23rd Age 4-6 Between 12:30 pm-6:00 pm $149 if registered by August 20th Age 7-8 Between 12:30 pm-6:30 pm $169 if registered after August 20th Age 9-10 Between 12:30 pm-7:00 pm Age 11-12 Between 12:30 pm-7:00 pm Age Cut Off Age as of 10/28/2018 Age 13-14 Between 12:30 pm-7:00 pm Dates September 16 – October 28 (7 weeks) Location Keswick Park Soccer Field Info/Register www.i9sports.com or deb.hammell@i9sports.com

ADULT KICKBALL – FALL – Kickball 365 Kickball 365 offers an adult kickball league (Circuit: Draft League) at Keswick Park. This league uses the Circuit Rulebook. Teams play a nine-week season, plus playoffs. Registration Begins July 1st Cost $75 ($65 Early Bird pricing) per person Season Begins August 21 – October 23 Location Keswick Park Soccer Field Times 7:30 pm & 8:30 pm Rain Out Line 470-395-2349 Info/Register http://leagues.kickball365.com

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ATHLETICS ADULT SOFTBALL – FALL – Atlanta Sport and Social Club Atlanta Sport and Social Club offers a co-ed adult softball league at Keswick Park for teams of up to 13 people. Teams can choose from either Sunday morning league or Sunday evening league. Teams play regular season matches, then go to the playoffs. Registration Deadline Friday, July 13th Day Cost $950 – $1,050 per team OR $75 – $85 per individual Sundays Season Begins Sunday, July 22nd Location Keswick Park Softball Field Times 10:00 am, 11:00 am, 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm (morning) OR 5:00 pm, 6:00 pm, 7:00 pm & 8:00 pm (evening) Rain Out Line 470-395-2349 Info/Register http://www.atlantasportandsocialclub.com/sport/Softball

ADULT SOFTBALL – FALL – Chamblee Parks and Recreation Participants must be 18 or older prior to the first game of the season. Teams play a 10-game regular season schedule, plus playoffs (weather permitting). Teams supply their own jerseys with numbers and ASA softballs (52cor/300 compression). Rosters can carry up to 25 players. Co-ed teams can field six men and four women. Waivers must be signed at the score booth before players can participate. Registration Begins July 9th Cost $475 per team Season Begins August 6th Location Keswick Park Softball Field Times 6:30 pm, 7:30 pm, 8:30 pm and 9:30 pm Rain Out Line 470-395-2349 Info/Register www.chambleerec.com

Day Monday – Men’s Softball Tuesday – Co-ed Softball Wednesday – Men’s Softball Thursday – Co-ed Softball

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PROGRAMS SWIMMING – DYNAMO SWIM CLUB Dynamo Swim Club provides competitive swimming, swim lessons and adult, co-ed water polo in Chamblee. Dynamo Swim Center is located at 3119 Shallowford Road, Chamblee, GA 30341. For more information visit their website at www.dynamoswimclub.com or call 770-457-7946.

KUNG FU/TAI CHI/CHI KUNG – (AGES 13 & Up) – Sifu Peter Goulbourne This traditional Chinese Southern Praying Mantis Kung Fu (Hakka Kuen) system is taught to improve practitioners’ overall well being. Expect to learn basic Chi Kung (breathing exercises), foundational exercises and application of those exercises. No prior experience required, just a willingness to learn and work. Classes are led by Sifu Peter Goulbourne, a disciple of Grand Master Henry “Poo” Yee. Registration Begins July 9th Cost $75 per person Dates August 14 – September 23 (6 weeks) September 25 – November 4 (6 weeks) Location Keswick Park Community Building, 3496 Keswick Drive Info/Register www.chambleerec.com

Day/Time Tuesday 7:00 pm-8:30 pm Wednesday 7:45 pm-9:15 pm Sunday 7:30 am-9:30 am

DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASSES – AARP AARP offers defensive driving courses throughout the year in Chamblee. Classes are taught in both English and Mandarin. Registration Begins August 1st Cost $15 per person Dates November 29 (English) Location Keswick Park Community Building, 3496 Keswick Drive Times 9:30 am-4 pm Info/Register https://secure.aarp.org

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PROGRAMS YOGA – (ADULTS) – Marlene Bogoslawsky Gentle yoga and flow and stretch yoga for adults. Each session is four weeks long. Registration Begins July 9th Day Cost $36 per person OR Wednesday $11 drop in fee Dates August 8 – August 29 September 5 – September 26 October 3 – October 24 Location Keswick Park Community Building, 3496 Keswick Drive Times Gentle – 5:00 pm-6:00 pm/Flow & Stretch – 6:15 pm-7:15 pm Info/Register www.chambleerec.com

SELF DEFENSE CLASS – (Ages 18 and Up) – CHAMBLEE POLICE DEPARTMENT The Women’s Self Defense Program empowers women with the knowledge, confidence and resources to reduce the Chamblee Self-Defense Class occurrence of sexual assault crimes. The program provides effective options by teaching women to take an active role in their own self-defense and psychological well-being. Officers discuss crime statistics, crime prevention, anticipation, avoidance and self-defense techniques. The goal is to decrease vulnerability and instill a new sense of confidence and personal power. Class activities and discussions are designed to help women identify their risks, evaluate their strengths and explore their options for dealing with the threat of sexual violence. Registration Begins No registration required Cost Free Dates Wednesday, September 26th Wednesday, October 17th Times 6:00 pm-7:00 pm Location Chamblee Civic Center 3540 Broad Street Info/Register www.chambleerec.com

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Chamblee Rec Activity Guide Fall/Winter 2018  
Chamblee Rec Activity Guide Fall/Winter 2018