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Grandview Parks& &Recreation Recreation Grandview Parks Fall 2012 Fall 2012Guide Guide

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Grandview Parks & Recreation Presents

October 31, 2012 Time 5:30pm Join us for our Annual at The View Acvtivities Include:

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* Trunk or Treat * Carnival Style Games * PreSchool Hallway * Cupcake Walk * Costume Contests * Halloween Egg Hunt

Haunted Hayrides: 5:30PM-7:30PM


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GRANDVIEW PARKS & RECREATION THE VISION

SEPTEMBER 2012 - DECEMBER 2012

of Grandview Parks and Recreation is to make Grandview a community of choice for its healthy lifestyle, green environment, and recreational opportunities.

THE MISSION

of Grandview Parks and Recreation is to enhance the quality of life for all citizens by providing the highest quality programs, facilities, parks, streets cape, urban forest, and parkways attainable.

816-316-4888 Phone 816-316-4878 Fax www.grandview.org

HOURS OF OPERATION Monday-Friday 5:30AM-10:00PM Saturday 8:00AM-8:00PM Sunday 10:00AM-8:00PM BUSINESS OFFICE HOURS Monday-Friday 8:00AM-5:00PM

HOLIDAY HOURS September 3 September 24-30 November 22-23 December 24-25 December 31

Grandview Parks and Recreation is dedicated to providing an exciting and memorable experience while ensuring the safety and security of all guests, at all our facilities. We ask that you contact us regarding any concerns related to specific policies/rules when visiting any of Grandview Parks and Recreation facilities. Guests who violate any of the facility policies will be escorted from the facility. Additionally, Grandview Parks and Recreation reserves the right to suspend privileges for guests who do not comply with GVPR policies and code of conduct. Grandview Parks and Recreation is committed to providing a fun family atmosphere.

PARKS INFORMATION

CONTACT US Grandview Parks & Recreation The View 13500 Byars Road Grandview, MO 64030

GUEST SERVICES INFORMATION

Looking for a playground? A place to have a picnic? Exercise trails? Need information about any park features? Check out the directory on page 24 to locate amenities you are looking for. Want to make a reservation for shelter rental? Call Guest Services at 816-316-4888 and we will be happy to assist you.

ALL PARK HOURS

8:00AM-11:00PM Grandview has thirteen wonderful and diverse parks for all residents to enjoy. Our newest addition Brumble’s Forest opened April 21, 2012, visit us at www.grandview.org for the latest up to date information on parks and renovations. For information about Longview Lake please call 813-503-4800.

8:00am - 4:00pm Closed for Maintenance Closed Closed Close at 4pm

HOW TO REGISTER FOR GVPR PROGRAMS • Walk-in to GVPR • Over the phone w/ GVPR staff member • Online www.grandview.org

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Staff & Other Information...................................................................4 Rentals and Birthday Parties.............................................................5 Membership Options.......................................................................6-7 Youth Enrichment........................................................................8 & 9 Child Care / Senior Programs..................................................10 - 11 Lifeskills............................................................................................12 Special Events..................................................................................13 Health & Wellness.......................................................................14-16 Fitness Schedule..............................................................................17

Fitness Instructors/Rock Wall.........................................................18 Aquatic Center Info..........................................................................19 Aquatic Programs.......................................................................20-22 Water Fitness...................................................................................22 Pool Schedule.................................................................................23 Shelter Information.....................................................................24-25 Park Map..........................................................................................26 Calendar...........................................................................................27

INVESTING IN COMMUNITY


STAFF & OTHER INFORMATION INFORMATION & SERVICES FACILITY FEATURES

4 PARKS & RECREATION STAFF

• Two hour Tot Drop • Specialty Fitness Classes • Personal Training • Nutrition Counseling • Banquet Rooms • Pool Parties • Swim Lessons • Programs & Special Events

Eric Lucas................................................................................Director Scott Garrie........................................ Recreation Services Manager Don Fowler.................................................... Park Services Manager Kraig Briggs............................................... Facility Services Manager Joe Rozycki............................... Program/Special Events Supervisor Open......................................................... Guest Services Supervisor Kim Glessner...................................................... Aquatics Supervisor Gretchen Lowry............................... Health and Fitness Coordinator Patrice Goetsch................... Member Services Coordinator/Rentals Cheryl Martin.......................... Program/Special Events Coordinator Marcus Simmons.......................... Recreation Coordinator/Aquatics Open.............................................................. Business Support Clerk Mary Roseburrow........................................ Administrative Secretary Crystal Broxterman............................................... Recreation Leader Ariana Collins........................................................ Recreation Leader Stacy Avery............................................................ Recreation Leader Kendall Friesz...................................... Park Supervisor/Horticulture Sandy Koehn..................................... Park Supervisor/Maintenance Josh Jalkanen........................................... Park Maintenance Worker Eric Snoderley........................................... Park Maintenance Worker Gene Klima............................................... Park Maintenance Worker Dave Parkhurst..................................... Facility Maintenance Worker Walter Menjivar.................................... Facility Maintenance Worker

INCLEMENT WEATHER INFORMATION

PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION

• Fitness area with cardiovascular, circuit, and free weight equipment • Aerobics/dance room • Indoor cycling bikes • Suspended running track • Zero-depth entry pool with play features, lazy river, and waterslide • Gymnasium • 25 - yard lap pool • Rock climbing wall with manual options

FEATURES AVAILABLE FOR ADDITIONAL FEE

In the event of inclement weather, call The View at 816-316-4888 for information on class cancellations. Closures and /or cancellations will also be listed on the City’s website, channel 41 and 38 (NBC affiliate), as well as radio stations KMBZ, KXTR, 106.5 the Wolf, 99.7, 98.1 KUDL, 98.9 the Rock, and 610 Sports.

TEXTCASTER

Stay Informed about all the latest happenings with GVPR’s new text messaging service! Sign up now to get information about weather cancellations, program deadlines, special events and more delivered right to your phone! To sign up for this free service visit our website at www.grandview.org.

THE VIEW ART GALLERY

Several local artists will have the opportunity to display their work in The View Art Gallery throughout the year. Artists will have their biography and professional information available in the gallery, as well as pricing on their work. A beautiful work of art makes a wonderful gift idea! Artwork will be for sale through the artist. Stop by and enjoy! Artists may contact the Guest Services Coordinator at 816-316-4896 to be considered a candidate for The View Art Gallery display.

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Ben Tate.....................................................................................Ward I Bill Coe.......................................................................................Ward I Don Fisher................................................................................ Ward II Ken Cox.....................................................................................Ward II Candy Miller............................................................................Ward III Etta Ray..................................................................................Ward III James N. Crain............................Board of Alderman Representative Barbara Polette................................... School Board Representative Ozie Stanley Jr...............................................At-Large Representative

MAYOR & BOARD OF ALDERMAN

Steve Dennis.............................................................................Mayor Leonard Jones Jr.......................................................................Ward I Brent Steeno ...........................................................................Ward I Joseph Runions........................................................................Ward II Annette Turnbaugh...................................................................Ward II James N. Crain.........................................................................Ward III John Maloney...........................................................................Ward III


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RENTALS & BIRTHDAY PARTIES

RENTALS RENTAL RATES

Facilities

ALL PRICES ARE HOURLY UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED Amenity

Resident

Non-Resident

$120

$145

The Grove (250 people max) (Full room with Kitchen access) 1 Section of the Grove: (80 max each) Oak or Magnolia Hawthorne/Mahogany Lounge Set Up Time Dance Floor TV/VCR/LCD/DVD/Projector 2 Uniformed Grandview Police Officers (3hr min) per hour Bar Rental

$30 per event

$40 per event

Festivities Room (30 max)

$35

$50

Gym 1/2 Court Include 1 staff - 25 Max Rock Wall

$80

$115

$70

$100

Pool (20 people max)

$60

$85

Pool (30 people max)

$80

$115

Fitness Studio up to 10 participants Fitness Studio 11-20 participants

$2.50 per person

$5 per person

$1.50 per person

$3 per person

$30

$50

$70

$60

$85

Same hourly rate $150 per event $25 per event

Same hourly rate $175 per event $35 per event

$80

$80

CHANGES TO STANDARD SET UP $60

1-6 Table & chairs 7 or more tables Power & Sound Cords Any changes within 2 weeks

$90

Dance Floor Custom Set Up

***Civic rate available upon approval -submit event letter of intent and a copy of the 501(c)3 form to Director of Parks & Recreation.***

Rental Hours

Monday–Thursday Friday & Saturday Sunday

7:30 am – 10:00 pm 7:30 am – 12:30 am 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The entire social wing of The View is completely dedicated to business and social gatherings. The Grove banquet room seats up to 250 people and can be divided into three separate rooms. The Oak, The Magnolia and The Hawthorne Rooms are available for smaller gatherings. Contact our Rental Coordinator at 816-316-4896.

Social Wing Features

• 3900 sq. ft. Banquet Room, easily divided into 3 smaller rooms. • Party Room available for additional space and overflow • Round and rectangular tables available • Separate parking lot and entry for Social Wing • Catering kitchen access • Custom dance floor available • Projection screens & patio access

BIRTHDAY PARTIES Includes one hour in the Festivities Room and one hour with the amenity of your choice- add-on time is available. Package Rock Wall Party

Resident $90

Non-Resident $130

Pool Party (0-20 people)

$95

$135

Pool Party (21-30 people)

$115

$150

Gym Party 1/2 Court $75 (25 max) Group Rate Booking End TIme ( daily admission): 10:00PM 10 or more - $6/person 12:30AM Under 10 - daily admission 8:00PM

$125 Day Mon-Thur Friday & Sat Sunday

Parties

Your child’s next birthday party will be extra special when you celebrate with a party package at The View! Each package includes time in the Party Room after enjoying any of these exciting features: • Rock wall party • Swimming pool party • Gymnasium party • Party room only We can provide any combination you dream up! Reservations must be made at least 2 weeks in advance! Contact our Rental Coordinator (816) 316-4896.

INVESTING IN GATHERINGS


MEMBERSHIP OPTIONS

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MEMBERSHIP OPTIONS Membership Type Family of Four Up to two adults and two children, under 21, living in the same household and claimed on income taxes Additional Family Member Can only be purchased in addition to the Family of Four membership above

Adult Individual Ages 18 up to 62 years

Senior Individual Ages 62+ years Student Membership 5 month prepaid membership for any student actively enrolled in a higher education institution within Jackson County, Missouri. Student ID is required.

Grandview Resident Annual 90-day $43.50/month via MBD* $173.50 Paid-in-Full $519.75 Only Paid-in-full Non-refundable $4.75/month via MBD* $57.75 Paid-in-Full $23.25/month via MBD* $277.00 Paid-in-Full $17.00/month via MBD* $202.75 Paid-in-Full

$18.75 Paid-in-Full Only Non-refundable

$90.25 Paid-in Full Only Non-refundable

$67.00 Paid-in-Full Only Non-refundable

Non-Resident Annual $60.75/month via MBD* $727.75 Paid-in-Full $6.75/month via MBD* $81.00 Paid-in-Full $32.50/month via MBD* $388.25 Paid-in-Full $23.50/month via MBD* $283.00 Paid-in-Full

90-day $242.50 Paid-in-Full Only Non-refundable

$27.50 Paid-in-Full Only Non-refundable

$128.75 Paid-in-Full Only Non-refundable

$94.00 Paid-in-Full Only Non-refundable

5-Month Prepaid $140.00 Paid-in-Full Only Non-refundable

*One of the 12 monthly payments is due at time of enrollment, along with the $30 initial enrollment fee. Monthly Bank Draft (MBD) is only used to pay annual fees on a monthly basis via checking or savings account, or by credit/debit card. Proof of residency is required at enrollment by providing a driver’s license or current utility bill. CORPORATE, NON-PROFIT, AND MILITARY MEMBERSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE. Please contact Guest Services for more information regarding pricing and eligibility requirements. Call Guest Services at 816-316-4888 for details. Membership Rewards Program Bring in a friend (must be 18 yrs or older), and we will give them a 3-punch pass to use the facility for “free”, compliments of you. If this person chooses to purchase a 12-month membership and remains a member in good standing for 6 months, you earn some valuable prizes! For more information about this program, contact Guest Services at 816-316-4888. This program is open to current and new members of The View. City employees, Park Commissioners, and Board of Alderman are not eligible to participate in this program.

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* Scholarship available/eligible


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MEMBERSHIP OPTIONS CONTINUED MEMBERSHIP OPTIONS CONTINUED Membership Type

Grandview Resident Daily Admission 10-Punch Pass

Adult Individual Ages 18 up to 62 years Youth Individual Ages 17 and younger

Senior Individual Ages 62+ years

Non-Resident Daily Admission 10-Punch Pass

$6.50

$58.50

$9.25

$83.25

$4.50

$40.50

$7.25

$65.25

$4.50

$40.50

$7.25

$65.25

Who is eligible: Child Special Needs Development Center , Adult Day Care Centers, Rehabilitation Centers and Educational Alternatives. $5 per person daily admission rate. Contact Guest Services at 316-4888 to set up this contract. Please contact Guest Services for more information regarding pricing and eligibility requirements. Call Guest Services at 816-316-4888 for details.

C.A.R.E. Rate

Refund/Credit Policy

Refund & Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policies

Membership: Refunds must be requested within 60 days from the date of the original transaction. Contact Guest Services at (816) 316-4888. Activities: Refunds/credits must be requested prior to second class. A $5 cancellation fee will be charged. Refund checks normally take between two to three weeks for processing and will be mailed to the address we have on file for you. You also have the option of applying your refund to your household account to be used for another purpose in the future. We can refund to your debit/credit card on file. No Cash Refunds. Monthly Fee Returns: A $25 service fee is assessed for each returned electronic fee or check.

Membership Cancellation: Cancellation forms are obtained at the Front Desk, and must be completed and signed by the primary household member and received by us before the end of the month prior to the next billing. The only person who may cancel the membership is the one who signed the membership application.

Memberships are automatically renewed if not prepaid. Class Cancellation: If a class is cancelled by staff, a full refund/credit will be given.

Fee Return Policy: If we receive up to two dishonored electronically billed monthly fee returns we will cancel the membership. Contact Guest Services at (816) 316-4888 to re-enroll your new membership.

Any Membership Changes? A $5 fee will be charged for changes to memberships, such as adding or deleting individuals from your household. Obtain this paperwork from the Front Desk. No charges for any other changes. If you have an Adult Membership and you turn 62, the guest services staff can transfer your pass to a senior membership. If you have a member on your household that turns 21, they will need a pass transfer to an individual membership, as they are not eligible to be an additional family member at that age. A new membership application is required at this time, as the family membership and fees have changed.

* Scholarship available/eligible

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YOUTH ENRICHMENT

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PRESCHOOL

PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS

Preschool Fitness-Preschool fitness will teach kids that being fit can be fun. In this class participants will play fitness games using balls, parachutes, and obstacle courses. Each class will consist of a warm up, fitness fun and then a cool down. Cost $20 SESSION DATES: 10:00am or 6:00pm Oct 3 - Oct 24 10:00am or 6:00pm Nov 7 - Dec 5 (No class 11/21) Preschool Recreation- In this class kids will learn games and activities that will help strengthen their gross motor skills, including throwing, catching, kicking, running and more. Each class will consist of a warm up, recreational activities and then a cool down. Cost $20 SESSION DATES: 10:00am or 6:00pm Oct 1 - Oct 22 10:00am or 6:00pm Nov 5 - Nov 26

PRESCHOOL YOUTH SPORTS TINY BULLDOG HOOPS

This developmental Youth Sports program teaches children the fundamentals of the game. Children practice one day a week for six weeks. There is one game per season (a mock game) that takes place the last day of practice. (ages 3-4; teaches the sport of basketball) Session: January 5 - February 9 Registration Deadline: December 28, 2012 Fee: $35 (includes t-shirt and medal) Practice Day/Time: Saturdays 9am-9:50am;10am-10:50am; 11am-11:50am; or 12pm-12:50pm Location: TBA Parent Meeting: The View January 3, 2012 6:30pm

PRESCHOOL PARTIES Spooktacular (ages 3-5)

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PEE WEE BULLDOG HOOPS

This developmental Youth Sports program teaches children the fundamentals of the game. Children practice one day a week for six weeks. There is one game per season (a mock game) that takes place the last day of practice. (ages 5-6; teaches the sport of basketball) Session: January 5 - February 9 Registration Deadline: December 28, 2012 Fee: $35 (includes t-shirt and medal) Practice Day/Time: Saturdays 9am-9:50am;10am-10:50am; 11am-11:50am; or 12pm-12:50pm Location: TBA Parent Meeting: The View January 3, 2012 6:30pm

Hey preschoolers, we are going to have a spooktacular good time at this Halloween themed party. We will play games, make some crafts and have a yummy snack. At the end of this party participant’s will have free play with age appropriate equipment. When: October 30 Time: 10am-12pm Cost: $3.00 per child

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YOUTH ENRICHMENT

YOUTH ENRICHMENT

DANCE (Ages 4-10)All dance classes

begin the first week of the month and are ongoing. Sessions consist of 4 or 5 classes, depending on the month. Session fees are due by the Monday prior to the class starting. Once the deadline passes GVPR may cancel the class due to low enrollment.

Youth Classes (Ages 4-10):

Introduction to traditional techniques. Students will explore principles and learn basic movement, vocabulary and skills. Dancers will develop discipline and selfconfidence. When: Saturdays Time: Youth Ballet 10:30-11:00 Youth Jazz 11:00-11:30 Youth Tap 11:30-12:00 Fee:$20

Teen Classes (Ages 11-17) Students will have fun learning various movement combinations while developing self-esteem, flexibility, strength and coordination. When: Saturdays Time: Jazz 12:00-12:30 Tap 12:30-1:00 Ballet 1:00-1:30 Fee:$20

9 TUMBLING (Ages 5-18)

Each class will focus on a different tumbling skill that will increase the difficulty in each session.

Fall Session I ( Beginner tumbling; head rolls, cartwheels & back bends) September 2012: 1st, 8th, 15th, & 22nd

Fall Session II (Beginner to intermediate; kick-overs & connected tumbling) October 2012: 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th Fall Session III (intermediate continued, intro to handsprings & running tumbling) November 2012: 3rd, 10th 17th & 24th No Classes in December or January, classes resume in February Saturdays 11:30a - 1:00p Cost $55

MISSOURI RHYTHM BASKETBALL CAMP (Ages 8-14)

Professional Basketball is coming to Grandview! Come learn the skills from the pros with the ABA Missouri Rhythm. This one day camp will focus on health & fitness, ball handling, and overall player development. When: Saturday, October 20th Time: 10:00am - 1:00pm Fee:$35

*GET FIT WITH THE MISSOURI RHYTHM (Ages 5-8): Learn about the importance of staying active and being healthy from the Missouri Rhythm! When: Saturday, October 20th Time: 1:30pm - 2:30pm Fee:$10

BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE WINTER/SPRING ACTIVITY GUIDE FOR INFO ON: Youth Flag Football Youth Tennis Annual Father/Daughter Valentine Dance Easter Egg Hunt Spring Soccer

INVESTING IN Enrichment


CHILDCARE/SENIORS

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CHILDCARE

TOT DROP

(3 mos. - 10 years) Kids can have fun at The View’s Kid Zone Tot Drop for up to two hours while their parent/guardian uses the facility. Please review our rules and regulations for the Kid Zone when signing your kids in and out. While it is not our intention to turn children away, the TOT Drop does occasionally reach maximum capacity of three babies under 12 months at a time. We encourage parents to call 816-316-4882 in advance to secure your timeframe. All children should be fed, changed, and ready to be dropped off at time of check-in. HOURS: Monday - Friday Saturday Sunday FEES (per visit): $2.25 - Member 10 PUNCH CARD $21.00 - Member

8:00AM - 12:00PM & 4:00PM-9:00PM 9:00AM - 2:00PM Closed $3.25 - Non-Member

Rules: • Staff does not change diapers. • No food or drink allowed. • Please ask Kid Zone staff for additional rules prior to arrival.

$31.50 - Non-Member

SENIOR PROGRAMS

We know that older adults need a sense of community and a need to strengthen social ties. In response to this need GVPR has developed several programs to encourage and motivate older adults to take action and get involved.

MOVIES & MORE

The View is offering a Monthly Movie Matinee on the 1st Tuesday afternoon of each month. Come and see a movie, eat some popcorn, and make some new friends. For movie listings, please contact Guest Services at 816-316-4888. When: Tuesday Time: 1:45pm Cost: Member $0 Non-Member $1

BRIDGE

Come in and play Bridge every Thursday afternoon. Instructor Emily Huang will be on hand to give help when needed, so even those who have never played before are welcome. Of course, there will be coffee and cookies for everyone. Drop in, make new friends and play a few hands. Instructor: Emily Huang When: Thursday Time: 1:30pm Cost: Member $0 Non-Member $1

BINGO

Penny Bingo is the name of the game every Friday at The View. Join us for coffee, cookies, fun, fellowship and BINGO! Five card maximum per person. When: Friday Time: 9:00am Cost: Member $0 Non-Member $1

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ART FOR ADULTS

Bring whatever media and supplies you prefer to work with, and instructor Marcie Vogel will be on hand to advise and help you create your own masterpiece. This class is intended to be an opportunity to explore the secret artist within you. Instructor: Marcie Vogel When: Friday Time: 9:30am

CANASTA CLUB

Canasta, coffee, cookies and tall tales are the fare for this weekly gathering. Join us every Tuesday morning to play some cards while sharing stories with your friends. Instructor: The View Staff When: Tuesday Time: 9:00am Cost: Member $0 Non-Member $1

POTLUCKS

Join us on the 3rd Friday of the month at noon for a potluck at GVPR. Please bring a dish. September: Pizza & Floats Suggestions: Bring your favorite pizza, rootbeer, ice cream, chips. October: Loaded Bake Potato Suggestions: Baked Potatoes, toppings (chili, cheese, sour cream, butter etc), desserts etc. December: Holiday Dinner/White Elephant We will provide a ham! Suggestions: sides to go with holiday dinner


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SENIOR TRIPS

SENIOR TRIPS

WESTON RED BARN AND BREWERY Date: September 29, 2012 Transportation Provided Depart: 7:30am Return: 5:00pm Red Barn Tour 9:00-11:00 Brewery Tour 1:00-2:00 Shop in downtown Weston 2:00-3:30 Lunch: 11:30-12:45 Cost: $70 per Couple, or $40 per person

Lunch Choices: Beef in Guinness- Tender beef sirloin, mushrooms and onions, in a Garlic sauce served up hot with potatoes colcannon and a fresh home baked dinner roll. Bangers and Mash- Char grilled, plump smoked sausage accented with a piquant sauce moutarde, served over colcannon potatoes with a pub roll. Fish and Chips- Crisp, flaky fillets of North Atlantic Cod, offered with our sauce remoulade and traditional pub fries. Chicken and Chips- Crispy fried battered chicken strips served with fries

HOLLYWOOD CASINO

HOLIDAY SHOPPING

We will depart The View and head to Zona Rosa for a fun filled day of Shopping! This will be a great time to get your holiday shopping completed. Date: December 12 Lunch: On your own Transportation: Provided Time: Depart 9:30am Return 3:30pm Cost: $10

NEW THEATRE RESTAURANT (THE GAME’S A FOOT “HOLMES FOR THE HOLIDAY’S”)

It’s a murder mystery and comedy combined. An acclaimed 1930’s actor, famous for playing Sherlock Holmes, invites the cast of his current production to his mousetrap of a mansion. When one of his guest is murdered, the master thespian must channel the brilliance of his beloved detective to solve the mystery. Twists, turns and hilarity ensue. When: Wednesday December 19 Cost: $45.00 Individual $75 per couple (Price includes dinner, tea, water or soda, and ticket to show ) Depart: 10:30am Return: 4:30pm

Date: October 24th 2012 Cost: $10 Food- On your own not included in price of the trip Transportation- Provided Depart: 9:00am Arrive: 3:30pm

HOLIDAY LIGHTS

Prairie Village’s Candy Cane Lane known as the 7900 block of Outlook Lane the other 11 months of the year), has been putting on holiday displays for over 50 years, with every house in the loop displaying some decoration. It’s a great tour traffic is thick so the going is slow, but it is very fun. We will depart The View and head to Prairie Village Kansas to see a variety of holiday light displays. Date: November 28th 2012 Transportation: Provided Time: Depart 6:00pm Return 9:00pm Snack: Hot Coca and Holiday Treat Cost $10

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LIFESKILLS

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LIFESKILLS KARATE (ages 6 to adult)

Kansas City Tsuruoka Karate-Do offers quality instruction that has been passed down through generations. Training in Karate will teach you respect, discipline, and fitness that can be used in all aspects of life. Charles Boyce is the Chief Instructor and holds the rank of Yodan (4th degree black belt) with 22 years of training. Brad Courtney, Senior Instructor, holds the rank of Sandan (3rd degree black belt) with 23 years of training. Andrew Boyce, Instructor, holds the rank of Nidan (2nd degree black belt) with 13 years of training. Tyler Murphy is also an instructor that holds the rank of Nidan with 11 years of training. Uniforms: $20 (Optional) When: Friday Cost: $20 ($10 each additional child) Contact: Instructor: Charles Boyce Phone: 913-909-1385 Email: boyce.c@sbcglobal.net

DDD JUDO

Cost: Member $14 Non-Member $20 This class is great for all ages and skill levels. Judo is all about throwing, ground work, and submissions. Join us for fun, fitness, and an exhilarating self-defense educational experience. Fees are paid monthly and due before the first practice session of the month. Min 1/ Max 50

DDD Judo Youth

Ages 6-14 Instructor: Sensei Michael Russell When: Tuesday & Thursday 6:30-7:30pm & Saturday 9:30-10:30am

DDD Judo Adult

Ages 15+ Instructor: Sensei Michael Russell When: Tuesday and Thursdays 7:30p-8:45p Saturday 10:30a-12:00p

DDD Judo Women

Ages 15+ Instructor: Sensei Kayoko Abernathy When: Tuesday and Thursdays 7:30p-8:45p Saturday 10:30a-12:00p

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WOMEN’S SELF DEFENSE

Unfortunately we live in a world that can be dangerous at times. Hopefully you will never experience a violent encounter. But what happens if you do? Are you prepared to survive? Do you know how you would handle the situation? If you do not know, then I want to encourage you to partake in the self defense classes offered by Kansas City Tsuruoka Karate through The View. These classes will give you simple and effective methods to handle violent encounters to increase your chances of survival. Participants will also receive a good cardio workout and have fun while learning these needed skills. When: Fridays Only Cost: $20 Time: 4:45pm

Resume Writing (Ages 16 and older) (D

In these tough economic times, it is important to have all the necessary tools to market yourself as a professional. Our new Professional Development courses will walk you through all the little things that potential employers look for, and how to land that job that you have your eye on! Many people think that they have a good resume, however, most people don’t realize that most employers make up their mind within the first few seconds of looking at your resume. This class will cover the basics of resume writing, and will prepare you for more in-depth writing skills in the Level II class. Day: Mondays Time: 6:30pm-7:30pm Cost: $60.00


Special Events

SPECIAL EVENTS

MUSIC ON MAIN

Get ready for the 8th Annual Music on Main Free community music festival on Saturday, September 8th! Bigger and better than ever!! Featuring 5 live local, regional and national bands: (Liverpool, Samantha Fish, Seven Bridges Road, Drew Six, and Funk Syndicate) Kidz Zone: (crafts, musical performances, bouncy houses) Food & Drinks Vendors: to fit every taste Date: 9/8/2012 Time: 3:00 PM - 10:30 PM Cost: FREE Location: Downtown Main Street

13 4th ANNUAL GRANDVIEW ABILITY DAY

Grandview Parks & Recreation and Exceptional’s T-Ball have teamed up to provide individuals with disabilities and their families a day of sports and recreational activities. This free event includes a variety of adapted activities including swimming, bowling, t-ball, and much more. Participants will also receive a free lunch and T-shirt. Where: The View When: October 13th Time: 9:00am-12:00pm

BOO AT THE VIEW

Halloween carnival featuring: trunk or treat, Carnival Style Games, Pre School Hallway, Cupcake Walk, Costume Contests, Halloween Egg Hunt, and Haunted Hayrides. Where: The View When: October 31 Time: 5:30pm-7:30pm

SENIOR THANKSGIVING DINNER

This free program for ages 55 and up has been offered for 39 years! Sign up early and start your holidays out right with good friends and great food! This annual event includes a tasty turkey dinner (complete with all the trimmings), live entertainment, and a delicious array of desserts* that everyone brings to share. Pre-Registration is required as this event fills up fast! Where: The View When: November 15th Time: 6:00pm *Please bring a dessert to serve at least 4 people.

HOLIDAY EXPRESS The Holiday Express is making a stop at The View. Come join us for some holiday fun, kids crafts, games, candy cane hunt, holiday treats, cookies with Claus and much more....... When: December 15

Where: The View

Time: 1:00pm-3:00pm

INVESTING IN EVENTS


HEALTH & WELLNESS

FAMILY FITNESS ADULT CLASSES

Most Adult Fitness classes are FREE for members unless otherwise noted. NonMembers must pay a daily fee to attend these classes. Everyone is required to register at the front desk. Most fitness classes are held in the Fit N Fun Studio unless otherwise noted. See individual programs for details. All classes must meet the minimum number of participants.

PROPER WORKOUT ATTIRE

Shorts must not be shorter than a 3-inch inseam. Sagging shorts or pants are prohibited. T-shirts, tank tops, and performance tops are allowed, as long as the midriff is completely covered. No open-toed shoes (including sandals and flip-flops), high heels, and boots. Jeans or denim allowed on track and treadmill only.

AGE LIMITS

Children under 16 years of age are not allowed in the fitness area unless they have completed a Youth Weight Training Workshop (must be 11-15 years to participate).

EQUIPMENT ORIENTATION

Stop by the fitness desk for an orientation on the proper use of the cardiovascular and weight training equipment, weight room etiquette, and proper equipment safety. This service is FREE with your membership.

FITNESS ASSESSMENTS

A fitness assessment provides you with information about your body’s current physical health and fitness that can be used as your workout starting point. The plan sets personalized fitness goals and tracks progress. Schedule an individual appointment for assessment of blood pressure, body composition, cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, endurance, and flexibility. Members $38

Non Members $55

Must be used 30 days from date of purchase. Non-refundable.

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14 PERSONAL TRAINING

Our Personal Trainers have an extensive background in the fitness industry and are qualified to maximize your fitness potential, while minimizing the risk of injury, overtraining, and burn-out. Patrons are encouraged to view the trainers information on page 15 or displayed in the fitness area. Participants must be 15 years and older. Fitness assessments are required prior to the first session. Personal training sessions must be completed within 3 months of purchase date. All session are by appointment only. Non-refundable. Private: Min 1 / Max 1

Cost: 1 Session 4 Sessions 8 Sessions

Member $38 $144 $275

NonMember $55 $202 $385

Semi-Private: Min 2/Max 2 Note: Fees are per person. Non-refundable Cost: Member NonMember 1 Session $28 $36 4 Sessions $96 $140 8 Sessions $176 $264

WEIGHT/STRENGTH TRAINING

Traditional weight lifting for a full body workout using hand weights, plated bars, tubing, and bands. Improve strength, muscle tone, definition, and flexibility!

ABS

Thirty minutes of abdominal and back extensor work to give you rock hard abs and improved posture.

INDOOR CYCLE

An intense stationary bike workout that simulates an actual outdoor bike ride. Through tension adjustments and pedaling technique, you will encounter straight-aways, steep hills, and rolling terrains that correspond to the difficulty of the perceived ride. Bring a towel and water bottle. All fitness levels welcome.

INDOOR CYCLE /STEP

The class consists of intervals of cardiovascular cycling and step training for an ultimate cardio workout. Participants have the option of cycling the entire class. All fitness levels are welcome to attend.

ARMS & LEGS OF STEEL

This 50-minute workout challenges all your upper & lower body muscles, with a focus on legs, buttocks, calves, and thighs.

AEROBIC STEP

Promote cardiovascular fitness through routines set to music. Exercises for the abs, hips, thighs, and arms are also done to help strengthen and tone.


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FAMILY FITNESS CONTINUED ZUMBA

A dance program featuring a variety of rhythms from all over Latin America. You’ll get a taste of everything: meringue, salsa, flamenco, samba, tango and calypso all while doing intense cardio.

ZUMBA GOLD

Zumba Gold targets the largest growing segment of the population: baby boomers. It takes the Zumba formula and modifies the moves and pacing to suit the needs of the active older participant, as well as those just starting their journey to a fit and healthy lifestyle.

ZUMBA TONING

Zumba Toning targets body-sculpting exercises and high energy cardio work is combined with Latin-infused Zumba moved to create a calorie-torching, strength-training dance fitness party.

YOGA

Increase circulation, build strength, boost endurance, and improve balance while enhancing inner peace. All fitness levels welcome.

ARMCORE MADNESS

This class is devoted to the body’s core musculature and arms. Designed for novice and experienced participants.

TOTAL BODY/BODY BLITZ

Combining low impact muscle conditioning with high energy cardio segments to enhance both muscular strength and cardiovascular endurance for the ultimate body-sculpting workout.

CIRCUIT TRAINING

This class will include a combination of cardio activity, upper and lower body strength work, and core conditioning.

PILATES

Pilates is a total body conditioning exercise method combining flexibility and strength. Its purpose is to develop mind and body uniformity; provide balance, flexibility and strength; to improve posture.

TUESDAY EVENINGS IS DEMO NIGHT!

Check out what classes might be around the corner. Participant suggestions and feedback are welcome. Tell us what you want! 6:00p-6:50p and 7:00p-7:50p.

ULTIMATE CARDIO KICKBOXING

Challenge your ENTIRE body and take your cardio and fitness endurance to the next level. Engage in an upbeat, fun and non-stop cardio kickboxing experience by throwing punches and executing kicks. Kickboxing can improve endurance, increase strength, enhance flexibility, strengthen cardiovascular system, and burn calories to control weight. Working from a lead changing boxer’s stance, you will learn how to throw four basic punches ( jab, cross, hook and uppercut) and execute three kicks (front, side and round kick). The class will progress to repeating combination kicks and punches. Hand wraps are required for this class. Hand wraps are required for this class. Hand wraps are available for purchase through the Pro Shop at $8.00 per pair. DATE: October 4 through December 20 (11 Classes) (No Class Thanksgiving Day, 11/22/2012) WHEN: Thursdays – 7:30p-8:30p COST: $47 ACTIVITY # : 222714-01

H.I.I.T (HIGH INTENSE INTERVAL TRAINING)

High Intense Interval Training will consist of Functional Strength Training, Aerobic Workout, Core Strengthening, and Balance Conditioning. This class will NOT use any of the weight machines; it is an overall fitness and agility conditioning class! Please arrive 30 minutes early for first and last class. DATES: October 2 through December 20 (23 classes) WHEN: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:00a-7:00a (No Class Thanksgiving Day, 11/22/2012) COST: $100 )Includes Pre- and Post-Session Body Analysis) ACTIVITY#: 222254-01

MORNING WALK POKER CLUB

Participants can earn one playing card for every mile (16 laps) that they -walk on the track during the hours of 5:30am -11am. The fitness staff will record the playing card they received. Give the playing card back to the fitness staff. For more information on the Morning Walk Poker Club please contact our Health & Fitness Coordinator at 816-316-4892.

WALK, RUN, BIKE

The 250/500 Mile Club gives walking and/or running enthusiasts an opportunity to work toward a manageable goal. Walk or run anywhere (the track, treadmill, in your neighborhood, on trails, etc.) and keep track of your miles. Accrue 250/500 miles and receive a free T-shirt.

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SILVER SNEAKERS

(Available to all members and guests) MSROM Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement, and activities for daily living. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a SilverSneakers ball are all offered for resistance. A chair is also provided for seated and/or standing support. When: Monday & Friday Cost: Silver Sneakers $0 Activity #:222244-04

Cardio Circuit

Combine fun with fitness to increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout. Upper-body strength work with hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a SilverSneakers ball are alternated with non-impact aerobic choreography. A chair is offered for support, stretching, and relaxation exercises. Cost: Silver Sneakers $0 Activity #: 2322244-03 When: Wednesday

CARDIO FIT

Get Up & Go with an aerobics class for you – safe, heart-healthy and gentle on the joints. The workout includes easy-to-follow low-impact movement, and upper-body strength, abdominal conditioning, stretching and relaxation exercises designed to energize your active lifestyle. When: Thursday Cost: Silver Sneakers $0 Activity #: 222244-05

YOGA STRETCH

YogaStretch will improve your whole body through a complete series of seated and standing Yoga poses. Chair support is offered to safely perform a variety of postures designed to increase flexibility, balance, and range of movement. Restorative

YOUTH FITNESS

HOMESCHOOL PE

Bring your kids to this fun-filled, educational fitness class. Kids will learn all about exercise, nutrition, different types of sports, muscles of the body, heart rate, and other fitness related information. Each class will include at least 20 minutes of physical activity. Cost: $15 When: Tuesday & Thursday

YOUTH WEIGHT TRAINING

Specifically designed for View Members only, from 11-15 years of age. Participants will receive a 2-hour seminar introducing weightlifting, rules and regulations of the weight room, proper use of equipment, spotting techniques, as well as cardiovascular, circuit, and free-weight training. This program is required for 15 year-olds who wish to use the fitness area/weight training equipment without a parent/guardian. Those participants who are 11-14 years of age will require an active involvement of an adult parent/guardian. After successful completion of the seminar, 11-14 year old participants are allowed access to the fitness area only when accompanied by the parent/guardian that has completed the class with them. Registration deadline: Friday before session starts. Min 5/Max 8. Instructor: Heather White-Personal Trainer When: 2nd Saturday of the Month Cost: Member $10 Non-Member $30

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FITNESS STUDIO SCHEDULE Time

Monday

5:20A

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Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Circuit Training Linda #222246-01

Indoor Cycle/Step Linda #2322242-01

Circuit Training Linda #222246-02

Yoga Heather #222245-09

7:00A

ArmCore Madness Flo #222247-01

ArmCore Madness Flo #222247-02

8:00A

Yoga Melanie #222245-01

Yoga Melanie #232245-02

9:00A

ArmCore Madness Flo #222247-03 Silver Sneakers Cardio Fit Melanie #222244-05

Yoga Melanie #222245-03

Zumba Gold Flo #222243-10

Zumba Gold Flo #222243-09

9:30A

Zumba (9:30 -10:20) Flo #222243-01

10:00A

Weight Training (10:15-10:50) Flo #222234-05

Interval Training Gretchen #222246-03

Weight Training (10:15-10:50) Flo #222234-06

11:00A

SilverSneakers MSROM Melanie #222246-07

SilverSneakers Yoga Stretch Melanie #222244-02

SilverSneakers Cardio Circuit Flo #232244-03

12:00P

Interval Training (12:10 – 12:50) Heather #222294-01

Yoga (12:10 – 12:50) Melanie #222245-04

Interval Training (12:10 – 12:50) Heather #222246-06

Zumba& Zumba Toning (9:00-10:20) Flo #222243-08 Zumba (9:30 -10:20) Flo #232243-06

Zumba Toning (9:30 -10:20) Flo 222243-04 Interval Training Gretchen #222246-04

Weight Training (10:15-10:50) Flo #222234-07

$Youth Ballet (10:30-11:00)

SilverSneakers MSROM Flo #222244-04

$Youth Jazz (11:00-11:30) $Youth Tap (11:30-12:00)

Yoga (12:10 – 12:50) Melanie #222245-05

$Teen Jazz (12:00-12:30) $Teen Tap (12:30-1:00) $Teen Ballet (1:00-1:30)

2:30P

$Karate Ages 4-5 Charles

3:00P

$Karate Ages 6-7 Charles

4:15P

Yoga Heather #222245-06

Yoga Heather #222245-08

Yoga Heather #222245-07

5:15P

Zumba Toning Flo #222243-02

Indoor Cycle Flo #222241-03

Step Linda #222249-01

6:00P

Strength Training (6:15P) Flo #222234-02

6:30P

7:00P

Indoor Cycle (7:30) Katie #222241-02

Saturday

$Women’s Self-Defense (4:30pm-5:30pm) Arms/Legs of Steel (5:30) Gretchen #222248-01

AbSolution Julie #222240-02

Zumba Schlesa #222243-07

Body Blitz (6:30-7:20) Julie #222235-01

Zumba (6:30) #222243-05

Indoor Cycle Vicious Cyle (7:30) Julie #222241-03

$Kickboxing (7:30) Stevie #222714-01

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FITNESS INSTRUCTORS/ROCK WALL

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FITNESS INSTRUCTORS MEET YOUR FITNESS INSTRUCTORS & PERSONAL TRAINERS Melanie Butler: AFAA Personal Trainer, Silver Sneakers Instructor, AFAA Yoga, AFAA Indoor Cycling. Fittour Pilates Instructor. Flo Curry: PFI Personal Trainer, Land and Aquatics Group Exercise Instructor, Zumba 1 & Basic Steps 2, Zumba Toning, ZumbaAtomic, Zumba Gold and Aqua Zumba, Siver Sneakers MSROM, Cardio Circuit and Cardiofit Intructor, AFAA Indoor Cycling. Linda Jones: WITS Personal Trainer, WITS and AFAA Group Exercise Instructor, AFAA Indoor

Shavonna Lewis: PFI Personal Trainer, ACE Exercise Instructor, Zumba and ZumbAtomic Instructor. Schlesa McDaniel (Instructor): Bachelor of Science in Physical Education with an emphasis in Exercise Science – Central Missouri State University.

Julie Williams: WITS Personal Trainer, Group Exercise Instructor, AFAA Indoor Cycling.

Stevie Williams: WITS Personal Trainer and Nutritionist, Group Exercise & Cardio Kickboxing Instructor, ACE, and American Dietetic Association

Katie Noll (Instructor): AFAA Group Exercise, Yoga instructor.

Heather White: Fittour Yoga Instructor, NETA Yoga Instructor, Certified Meditation Instructor.

ROCK WALL The Rock: Ages 4 & up. Change up your workout routine and improve upper body strength, coordination, and endurance. It’s not just for kids anymore! In addition, our indoor climbing rock can offer invaluable skills in climbing technique, training tool, open climb for competition, and greatly increase strength for the next challenging outdoor climbing adventure. Tennis shoes only NO JEANS. What about our Rock ? • Nearly Three Stories High • Free-form Wall • Beginning to Advanced Skill Levels • Open climbs available • Business Team - Building Activities • Rock - Climbing Parties / Rentals Available

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AQUATIC CENTER

THE VIEW AQUATIC CENTER CONTACT US

The View Aquatic Center 13500 Byars Road Grandview, MO 64030 Kim Glessner, Aquatic Supervisor; 816-316-4886 Marcus Simmions, Aquatic Coordinator; 816-316-4891 Information Line: 816-316-4888 www.grandviewparks.org

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday-Friday 5:30AM-9:00PM Saturday 8:00AM-7:30PM Sunday 10:00AM-7:30PM Please refer to our pool schedule for open and lap swim times.

POLICIES & PROCEDURES INFORMATION & POLICIES All patrons are expected to comply with comprehensive aquatic rules and regulations which are posted at the facility. A swimsuit with liner is required in order to swim in the swimming pool. A shirt/shorts(including gym shorts) is NOT considered proper swimwear. Refunds/credits must be requested prior to second class. A $5 cancellation fee will be applied . Fees reflect Early Bird Registration discount. Add $10 for registration after listed date. For pool safety, class participants will only be allowed to swim during scheduled class time.

AQUATIC FITNESS POLICES

With a variety of classes offered at convenient times throughout the week, get your muscles moving and get in shape while having a blast and catching up with friends. Participants must pre-register to attend classes. Class is limited to 20 enrollees. If class enrollment is full, participants will be placed on a waiting list. When a vacancy occurs, those on the waiting list will be contacted and enrolled in the class. Enrollees who do not attend three (3) consecutive classes and do not communicate their absences to their instructors will be cancelled from the class. The space will be given to those on the waiting list. Please be on time for your class. Participants arriving later than 10 minutes after the start of class will not be permitted to join the class or enter the lap pool. The space will be given to those on the standby waiting list. Please do not enter the lap pool until the start of your class. Feel free to warm up in the Leisure Pool. Those on the waiting list may utilize the leisure pool and be on “stand by� for the class. Ten (10) minutes after the start of class, if there are less than 20 in the class for which they have enrolled, they may join the class in the order in which their name appears on the standby-waiting list. Stand-bys will sign in on the class roster. Prior to joining the class, they will obtain permission from the instructor.

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AQUATIC PROGRAMS

AQUATIC PROGRAMS LEARN TO SWIM

Starts Saturday, October 20th and ends Saturday, December 8th Early Bird Registration Deadline: October 9th Final Registration Deadline: October 17th

PARENT CHILD AQUA 1

(ages 6 mths - yrs) Activity #: 221111-01 Location: Community Center This program will familiarize young children with the water and prepare them for the American Red Cross Preschool Aquatics or Learn-to-Swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water on their own. When: Saturdays TIme: Sat 9:10a-9:40a Cost: Member $36

20 All the American Red Cross Learn to Swim Programs/Lessons will have a$10 late fee applied when you register after the Early Bird Registration Deadline Date.

PRESCHOOL AQUA 1 (ages 4-5yrs)

Activity #: 221141-01 Location: Community Center Pre-school aged children will be oriented to the aquatic environment and helped to acquire rudimentary levels of basic aquatic skills. This class is designed for the child who is apprehensive or new to the aquatics environment. When: Saturdays TIme: M/W 5:40p-6:10p Sat 9:50a-10:20a Cost: Member $39 Non-Member $45

PRESCHOOL AQUA 2 (ages 4-5yrs) Non-Member $40

TODDLER AQUA LEVEL 1

(ages 2-3yrs) Activity #: 221121-01 Location: Community Center. Is your child ready to be on his/her own? The purpose of this class is to prepare your toddler for preschool aquatics and designed for the child who is apprehensive in the aquatics environment. When: Saturdays TIme: Sat 9:50a-10:20a Cost: Member $39 Non-Member $45

TODDLER AQUA LEVEL 2

(ages 2-3yrs) Activity #: 221122-01 Location: Community Center This class is perfect for children who independently put their head underwater and aggressively learn new skills. When: Saturdays TIme: Sat 10:30a-11:00a Cost: Member $39 Non-Member $45

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Activity #: 221142-01 Location: Community Center The purpose of this class is to build on the basic aquatic skills learned in Level 1. It is perfect for the child who is independently putting his/her head underwater and aggressively learning new skills. When: Saturdays TIme: M/W 6:20p-6:50p Sat 9:00a-9:30a Cost: Member $39 Non-Member $45

PRESCHOOL AQUA 3 (ages 4-5yrs)

Activity #: 221143-01 Location: Community Center The purpose of this class is to increase proficiency on the basic aquatic skills learned in Levels 1 & 2 by providing additional guided practice with increased distances and times. Children will focus on independent swimming skills. When: Saturdays Time: Sat 10:30a-11:00a Cost: Member $39 Non-Member $45


AQUATIC PROGRAMS

AQUATIC PROGRAMS LEARN TO SWIM

Starts Saturday, October 20th and ends Saturday, December 8th Early Bird Registration Deadline: October 9th Final Registration Deadline: October 17th

YOUTH AQUA LEVEL 1 (ages 6-9yrs)

Activity #: 221161-01 Location: Community Center American Red Cross Introduction to Water Skills - This class will develop positive attitudes, good swimming habits, and safe swimming practices in and around the water. When: Saturdays Time: Sat 9:50a-10:30a Cost: Member $45 Non-Member $50

YOUTH AQUA LEVEL 2 (ages 6-9yrs)

Activity #: 221162-01 Location: Community Center American Red Cross Fundamental Aquatic Skills: Participants will learn fundamental skills, including how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. These participants are independently going under water. When: Saturdays Time: Sat 9:00a-9:40a Cost: Member $45

Non-Member $50

YOUTH AQUA LEVEL 3 (ages 6-11yrs)

Activity #: 221163-01 Location: Community Center American Red Cross Stroke Development: To build on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice and learning independent swimming strokes. When: Saturdays Time: Sat 9:50a-10:30a Cost: Member $45 Non-Member $50

YOUTH AQUA LEVEL 4 (ages 6-11yrs)

Activity #: 221164-01 Location: Community Center American Red Cross Stroke Improvement: Participants develop confidence in the strokes learned in Level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.

21 All the American Red Cross Learn to Swim Programs/Lessons will have a$10 late fee applied when you register after the Early Bird Registration Deadline Date.

Swim Team Conditioning/ Grandview Sharks Conditioning (ages 6-18 yrs)

Early Bird Registration Deadline: Session 1: September 17 Session 2: October 15 Final Registration Deadline: Session 1: September 26 Session 2: October 24 Location: Community Center This is an off-season conditioning class for competition swimmers. Class will focus on endurance, stroke enhancement, starts and turns. (Twelve one-hour sessions) When: Monday & Wednesdays & Saturdays Time: MW 6:00p-7:00p Sat 10:00a-11:00a Cost: $60 (Early Bird) $70 (After Early Bird Deadline) Session 1: October 1 – October 27 Act.# 221232-01 Session 2: October 29 – November 28 Act.# 221232-02 (No Classes October 31st or November 21st)

NEW! AMERICAN RED CROSS CPR/AED and First AID BLENDED LEARNING

Course work done at home; reviews, skills, exams and practical tests completed at The View Community Center. Contact Kim Glessner, Aquatic Supervisor (kglessne@grandview.mo.us or 816-316-4886) for fees, dates and additional details.

NEW! AMERICAN RED CROSS LIFEGUARD TRAINING BLENDING LEARNING

Course work done at home and reviews, skills and exams and practical tests completed at The View Community Center. Fees, dates and additional details will be available after October 1. Prior to enrollment you must: 1. Swim 300 yards using front crawl with rhythmic breathing and breast stroke; 2. Demonstrate a 20 yard swim, dive to recover a 10-lb object, return to the surface and swim to starting point. 3. Tread water for two minutes using legs only

WSI-Water Safety Instructor

Location: Community Center The American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors course provides instructor candidates the training needed to teach courses in the Red Cross Swimming and Water Safety program by developing their understanding of how to use the course materials, how to conduct training sessions and how to evaluate participants’s progress. Fees, dates and additional details will be available after October 1.

When: Saturdays Time: Sat 10:40a-11:20a

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LIFEGUARD INSTRUCTION

LIFEGUARD INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

The Red Cross Lifeguard Instructors course provides instructor candidates the training needed to teach entry-level lifeguard participants knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to emergencies and to provide care for injuries and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel arrive and take over. Fees, dates and additional details will be available after October 1. (Without exception, you must attend all sessions.)

PRIVATE AND SEMI-PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS (Minimum age 8 years) Many individuals achieve optimal results with 1 on 1 instruction. Our private swim lessons are taught by experienced instructors who are able to concentrate on your specific needs. To arrange private, semi private and adaptive aquatic lessons, register at Guest Services. Upon receipt of enrollment and payment, you will be contacted within five (5) business days to schedule your lessons. Private Lessons Additional 30 min Semi Private Lessons Additional 30 min Member - $56 $15 Member - $73 (for 2 students) $15 Non-Member - $78 $20 Non-Member - $102 (for 2 students) $20 ALL ARE SCHEDULED BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!!

WATER FITNESS (Now 12-Week Sessions) Registration Starts: MWF Classes September 17 T/Th Classes – September 18 Classes Start Monday, October 1 and end Friday, December 21st No class November 21 (Thanksgiving Day) No classes last week in December

DYNAMIC AQUA FITNESS

Combination deep and shallow water workout to improve cardiovascular fitness, muscle tone, joint mobility and endurance. When: Monday, Wednesday, & Friday Cost: Member $0 Non-Member $90 Activity #: 221423-01

ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION AQUA PROGRAM

Increase flexibility and range of motion, restore and maintain muscle strength, relieve the pain and stiffness of arthritis! Water alleviates the pull of gravity, providing a safe, relaxing environment for exercise. Led by Arthritis Foundation Certified Instructors. When: Tuesday & Thursday Cost: Member $0 Non-Member $30 Activity #: 221411-01

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SLIM, TRIM AND TONE

Uses shallow and deep water; mild intensity workout; tones abs, thighs and underarms. Enrollees who do not attend three (3) consecutive classes will be cancelled from the class if they do not communicate their absences to their instructors. The space will be given to those on the waiting list. Please be on time for your class. Participants arriving later than 10 minutes after the start of class will not be permitted to join the class or enter the lap pool. The space will be given to those on the standby waiting list. Please do not enter the lap pool until the start of your class. Feel free to warm up in the Leisure Pool. If class enrollment is full, a participants will be placed on a waiting list. Prior to joining the class, they will obtain permission from the instructor. When: Tuesday & Thursday Cost: Member $0 Non-Member $60 Activity #: 221424-01

AQUA ZUMBA

Various Latin American/international rhythms and dances are modified and adapted to the aquatic environment without losing the fun Zumba identity and flavor in this introductory class to Aqua Zumba. When: Tuesday & Thursday Cost: Member $0 Non-Member $60 Activity #: AM 221421-01 PM 221422-01

SILVER SPLASH

Activate your aqua urge for variety! SilverSplash offers LOTS of fun and shallow water moves to improve agility, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. No swimming ability is required, and a special SilverSneakers kickboard is used to develop strength, balance and coordination. When: Tuesday & Thursday Cost: Member $0 Non-Member $60 Activity #: 221412-01

AQUA FIT

This water workout uses water resistance movements to improve cardiovascular fitness, muscular endurance, range-of motion and flexibility. No swimming ability is required. When: Monday, Wednesday & Friday Cost: Member $0 Non-Member $90 Activity #: 221425-01


THE VIEW LAP AND LEISURE SCHEDULE Time

Monday Lap Pool

5:30A

Tuesday

Leisure Pool

Lap Pool

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Wednesday

Leisure Pool

Lap Pool

Thursday

Leisure Pool

Lap Pool

Friday Leisure Pool

Lap Pool

Saturday Leisure Pool

Sunday

Lap Pool

Leisure Pool

Lap Pool

Leisure Pool

closed

closed

C L O S E D

C L O S E D

Lap Swim 4 Lanes

Lap Swim 4 Lanes

Lap Swim 4 Lanes

Lap Swim 4 Lanes

Lap Swim 4 Lanes

8:00A

Aqua-Fit

Aqua Zumba

Aqua-Fit

Aqua Zumba

Aqua-Fit

Open Swim

9:00A

Dynamic Aqua Fitness

Dynamic Aqua Fitness

Open Swim 1 Lap Lane

Dynamic Aqua Fitness

Learn to swim ONLY

6:00A 7:00A

10:00A 11:00A

11:30A

12:20P

O P E N S W I M

1:00P

2

2:00P

L A P

3:00P

Open Swim 1 lap lane O P E N S W I M

Arthritis Foundation Aquatics Program Silver Sneakers Silver Splash O P E N S W I M

L A N E S

Arthritis Foundation Aquatics Program

O P E N S W I m

S W I M 2

O P E N S W I M

L A P

2

L A N E S

Silver Sneakers SilverSplash O P E N S W I M

O P E N S W I M

2

L A N E S

L A P

4:00P

O P E N

L A P

O P E N

O P E N

S W I M

S W I M

O P E N S W I M

O P E N

2

S W I M

L A P

2 L A P

L A N E S

KC Whitewater 2 Lanes 2 Lap lanes

L A N E S

L A N E S

O P E N S W I M

O P E N S W I M

2 L A P L A N E

5:30P

6:00P

Swim Team Conditioning

Intro to Aqua Zumba

7:00P 7:30P 8:00P

Slim, Trim and Tone

Open Swim 2 Lap Lanes

closed

closed

closed

Intro to Aqua Zumba

Slim, Trim and Tone

Open Swim 2 Lap Lanes

Open Swim 2 Lap Lanes

8:30P 9:00P

Swim Team Conditioning

closed

closed

Open Swim 2 lap lanes closed

closed

closed

closed

closed

C L O S E D

C L O S E D

C L O S E D

C L O S E D

Additional Lap Lanes and Times Subject to Availability and bather load No lap swimming available during Learn to Swim Classes

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SHELTER RENTAL RATES

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SHELTER FEES Amenity

Resident 1/2 day / full day Mon-Thurs $67 / $77

Resident 1/2 day / full day Fri, Sat, Sun, & Holidays $87 / $107

Brumbles Pavilion (130 people max) Freedom Park (50 people max) John Anderson Pavilion (130 people max) John Anderson Shelter 1 (35 people max) John Anderson Shelter 2 (35 people max) Splash Park Shelter (50 people max) Birthday Party Patio (20 people max) Mapleview Shelter 1 (20 people max) River Oaks Park Shelter 1 (35 people max) Valley Park Shelter 1 (35 people max)

NonResident 1/2 day / full day Mon-Thurs $120 / $130

NonResident 1/2 day / full day Fri, Sat, Sun, & Holidays $155 / $175

$57 / $67

$73 / $83

$110 / $120

$141 / $151

$67 / $77

$87 / $107

$120 / $130

$155 / $175

$47 / $57

$67 / $77

$100 / $110

$147 / $157

$47 / $57

$67 / $77

$100 / $110

$147 / $157

$57 / $67

$73 / $83

$110 / $120

$157 / $167

$37 / $47

$57 / $67

$90 / $100

$110 / $120

$33 / $43

$42 / $52

$66 / $76

$84 / $94

$33 / $43

$42 / $52

$66 / $76

$84 / $94

$33 / $43

$42 / $52

$66 / $76

$84 / $94

Scheduled Times 1/2 Day Rental 8:00AM - 3:00PM or 4:00PM - 11:00PM Full Day Rental 8:00AM - 11:00PM

There will be no shelter rentals from November 1, 2012 - April 1, 2013.

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SHELTER INFORMATION

SHELTER INFORMATION Helpful Event Information

Shelter Cancellations

• Possession and consumption of alcohol is prohibited in Grandview’s parks. • Shelters and pavilions do NOT have electricity. • No hunting is allowed in the parks. • Any sound amplification requires a permit. • Vehicles must remain on paved surfaces only. • The pavilion, gazebo, and shelters are available during park hours only, from 7:30 am – 11:00 pm. • All shelter reservations must be made in person, at least three days in advance.

If cancelling two weeks or more prior to the reservation date, a $10 administrative fee will be deducted from the refund. No refunds will be given if cancelling less than two weeks prior to the reservation date. A reservation may be moved to any other available date within the calendar year. If there is a difference in the re-booked fee from the original, the difference will need to be paid. All requests, whether a refund, cancellation or transfer must be coordinated with the Guest Services Supervisor in advance.

BobCat Park - 6208 E. 153rd St. Brumbles Forest - 13610 Byars Road

X

X

X

Freedom Park - 1215 Jones

X

X

X

X

Grandview Ball Park-13200 Arrington Rd. X

Restrooms

X X

X X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

River Oaks South Park -14620 Andrews St.

X

X

X

Shalimar Park - 7200 E. 155th St.

X

X

X

John Anderson Park-4701 E. 135th St.

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

Little Blue River Trail - 137th & Winchester Little Corner Park -13424 Bennington Mapleview Park - 12507 Winchester X

Southview Park - 7800 Harry Truman Dr.

X

Terrace Park -25th & 13th St.

X

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Depot Museum

Amenities

Belvidere Park - 6509 E. 147th St.

Meadowmere Park - 13610 Byars Rd.

Swimming Pool

X

Skate Park

X

Horseshoe Pits

X

Trails

X

Tennis Courts

X

X

Park

Basketball Court

X

Exercise Stations

X

Sports Fields

Picnic Areas

X

Playground

Shelters Houses

Pavilion/Gazebo

PARK DIRECTORY

X X

X

X

X

X

X X X

X

X


PARK MAP

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Check out your local Grandview City Parks. See previous page for amenity listing.

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CALENDAR

CALENDAR

SEPTEMBER 1 3 5 8 17

Tumbling & Dance Class Begins Pre-School Recreation Begins 10am class only, Close at 4pm Pre-School Fitness Begins Music On Main 3pm Session 1 Swim Team/Grandview Sharks Conditionings Early Bird Deadline 21 Senior Potluck Pizza & Soda 24 Monthly Class Registration Deadline 24-30 Closed for Maintenance 26 Session 1 Swim Team/Grandview Sharks Conditioning Final Deadline 29 Senior Day Trip Weston Red Barn

OCTOBER 1

Pre-School Recreation & Session 1 Swim Team/Grandview Sharks Conditioning Class Begins, LTS Early Bird Deadline 2 H.I.I.T Class Begins 4 Ultimate Cardio Kickboxing Begins 6 Tumbling & Dance Class Begins 10 Pre-School Fitness Begins, LTS Final Deadline 13 GVPR 4th Annual Ability Day 9am, LTS Begins 15 Session 2 Swim Team/Grandview Sharks Conditioning Early Bird Deadline 19 Senior Potluck Loaded Baked Potato 20 Missouri Rhythm Basketball Camp 24 Session 2 Swim Team/Grandview Sharks Conditioning Final Deadline, Senior Day Trip Hollywood Casino 29 Senior Day Trip Weston Red Barn, Session 2 Swim Team/ Grandview Sharks Conditioning Class Begins, Monthly Class Registration Deadline 30 Pre-School Party (Spooktacular) 10am 31 Boo at The View 5:30pm (Community Event)

NOVEMBER

5 Pre-School Recreation 3 Tumbling & Dance Class Begins 7 Pre-School Fitness Begins 15 Senior Thanksgiving Dinner 6pm 22 Closed (Thanksgiving Holiday) 26 Monthly Class Registration Deadline 28 Senior Trip Holiday Lights Tour

DECEMBER

1 Dance Class Begins 7 Pre-School Fitness Begins 12 Senior Day Trip Holiday Shopping 15 Holiday Express (Community Event) 19 Senior Day Trip New Theatre Resturant 21 Senior Potluck Holiday Dinner / White Elephant Gift Exchange 24-25 Closed For Holiday 28 Senior Trip Holiday Lights Tour, Tiny/Pee Wee Bulldog Hoops Registration Deadline, Monthly Class Registration Deadline 31 Close at 4pm

JANUARY 1 3 5

Closed New Year’s Day Tiny/Pee Wee Bulldog Hoops Parent Meeting 6:30pm Tiny/Pee Wee Bulldog Hoops Begins

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SECRET SHOPPERS We are continually looking for ways to improve our customer service and in doing so we have incorporated a Secret Shopper program. We are looking for members and non-members to shop our facility/programs and inquire about our facility/programs over the phone. For your time we will reward our Secret Shoppers with a 3 punch pass that you or a friend could utilize to experience The View. If you would like more information on how to become a Secret Shopper please contact our Guest Services Supervisor at 816-316-4888.

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