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University Recreation at Central Washington University is committed to offering recreation programs that provide personal and professional development for a diverse university community. Our nationally recognized facilities and services support the university mission by promoting an inclusive campus environment. Our programs contribute to the wholeness and wellness of our patrons while providing co-curricular activities that complement other avenues of learning and aid individuals in achieving balance and well roundedness. Through excellent customer service and care for the individual, University Recreation seeks to provide a sense of belonging that enhances retention for students, faculty and staff.

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Recreation Staff....................................................... 963-3510 Intramural Sports..................................................... 963-3511 Collegiate Sport Clubs............................................. 963-3516 Outdoor Pursuits & Rentals.................................... 963-3537 OPR Speaker Series................................................ 963-3537 Challenge Course.................................................... 963-3539 Camp C-Woo............................................................ 963-3516 Climbing Wall............................................................ 963-3537 Youth Climbing......................................................... 963-3537 Group Fitness........................................................... 963-3556 Group Fitness Class Schedule................................ 963-3556 Personal Training..................................................... 963-3517 Athletic Training Services........................................ 963-3550 Membership Info & Dates........................................ 963-3512 Special Events.......................................................... 963-3511

Recreation Center Administration / Lost & Found.......... 963-3510 For more information and the latest news:


RECREATION STAFF University Recreation happens because of the people! A dedicated staff of 150+ students and a team of professional staff lead the charge to make your Central recreation experience a positive one. We are the second largest employer of students at CWU and provide them with valuable experiences that coincide with many major fields of study.

What types of employment opportunities does University Recreation provide? University Recreation provides opportunities ranging from graduate assistantships and paid student jobs to internships and practicums, directly connecting students from the following majors: • Exercise Science • Nutrition • Physical Education • Psychology • Communications • Education • Recreation Management

For more information on current openings and how to apply visit

What types of jobs do students fill within University Recreation?


• Challenge Course Facilitator • Challenge Course Lead Facilitator • Challenge Course Manager • Climbing Wall Instructor • Climbing Wall Supervisor • Collegiate Sport Clubs Supervisor • Group Fitness Instructor • Intramural Sports Field Painting and Maintenance • Intramural Sports Official/Scorekeeper • Intramural Sports Supervisor • Outdoor Pursuits & Rentals Shop Attendant • Outdoor Pursuits & Rentals Shop Manager • Outdoor Trip Leader • Personal Trainer • Recreation Center Custodian • Recreation Center Membership Services • Recreation Center Strength and Cardio Floor Staff • Safety Officer • Summer Camp Counselor • Summer Camp Manager



Eric Scott • 509-963-3511 •

Something for everyone! From basketball to inner tube water polo, the Intramural Sports program is committed to providing diverse, fun and competitive activities that serve the recreational needs of CWU. Sign up as a team or free agent online to participate; all teams play a four to seven game season. Winners of leagues and tournaments will receive an Intramural Champion T-shirt!

Intramural Registration Period 1.3 - 1.10 Thursday - Thursday

This is your chance to register for all Winter Intramural leagues on Information can be found at the Recreation Center front desk. All information must be completely filled out by 5 p.m. on the final day to reserve a spot in one of the many different winter sport leagues.

Intramural Free Agent Meetings 1.10 & 1.11 Thursday & Friday

5 - 9 p.m. • Location: TBA If you have signed up as a Free Agent or are interested in joining a league as an individual, this is your chance to get all the information you need to participate. Free Agents will meet their teammates, go over sport-specific rules and receive their schedule for this season!

WINTER QUARTER SPORTS Badminton Basketball Billiards (Pool)* Bowling* Indoor Football* Dodgeball FIFA on Xbox 360 Indoor Soccer Inner Tube Water Polo* Madden on Xbox 360


Intramural Captain Meetings 1.10 & 1.11 Thursday & Friday


Noon - 5 p.m. • Location TBA Did you sign your team up for a league and do you love ice cream? Then you will want to attend the meeting for your sport on this day. Winegar’s Ice Cream will be served to everyone in attendance as we go over rules, schedules, rosters and other important information for your winter quarter league. Complete schedule for the day available at

Due: Winter Quarter Intramural Payment Day 1.14 Monday

Noon - 6 p.m. • OPR Teams will wait to pay for their registration fee until this day. All team captains that have registered at during the registration period will be required to drop in to OPR throughout the day and pay for their team.

Pickleball Ping Pong Racquetball* Volleyball Wiffleball* *Winter quarter-only league

COLLEGIATE SPORT CLUBS Corey Sinclair • 509-963-3516 •

















Emily Gross

Breanne Mattson Brenden Henesey Misha Terentjev

Kayla Brown Chloe Stice



Danny Peterson



Clayton Pukitis

Jacob Bates

Jonluc Klinker

Kyle Ridge

Miranda Frank


John Halvorson

TENNIS CLUB Richard Diaz

Chris Nash

Eddie Roberts Steven Alfi

Emily Noste

Lindley Waters




Riley Anderson


Collegiate Sport Clubs are designed to allow students the opportunity to participate in competitive sporting activities either individually or in a team setting. Leadership development is a key component as each Collegiate Sport Club is formed, developed, governed and administered by its own student membership. The four pillars for Collegiate Sport Clubs are Opportunity, Participation, Leadership and Competition.



Ryan Hopkins • 509-963-3537 •

Events and Trips *PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED Ski and Snowboard Shuttle to the Summit at Snoqualmie 1.8, 1.9, 1.15, 1.16, 1.22, 1.23, 1.29, 1.30, 2.5, 2.6, 2.12, 2.13, 2.19, 2.20, 2.26, 2.27, 3.5, 3.6

Tuesdays and Wednesdays • Departs OPR at 3 p.m., returns when the mountain closes. $8 per trip for CWU students and Rec. Center members

Kayak Pool Sessions 1.6, 1.13, 1.27, 2.3, 2.10, 2.24, 3.3

Most Sundays • 7 - 9 p.m. • CWU Aquatic Center $5 per session • No experience needed This is a great introduction to the sport of kayaking. Bring your own gear or come try out our brand new fleet of Jackson Whitewater Kayaks. Participants need to bring a swimsuit and a towel.


Introduction To XC Skiing Trip 2.16 Saturday


$15 for CWU students and Recreation Center members, $30 for non-members Whether you are entirely new to cross-country skiing or just need to refresh your skills, our cross-country skiing guides are here to get you going. This trip will be held on beginner friendly terrain. *Fee covers equipment, transportation and trip leaders.

Avalanche Beacon Clinics with Alpental Pro-Patrol Check with OPR for dates

Departs from OPR at 10:30 a.m. • $10 for CWU students and Recreation Center members, $15 for non-members Come learn avalanche beacon skills or perfect your existing skill set with John Stimberis from Alpental Pro-Patrol and WSDOT. The clinic begins at noon sharp and participants should bring proper clothing, water, a lunch and a good attitude. All experience levels welcomed! No lift ticket purchase is necessary. *Fee covers transportation.

Saturday Snowshoe Trips 1.12, 1.26, 2.9, 2.23

Departs OPR at 10 a.m., returns at 4 p.m. $15 for CWU students and Recreation Center members $30 for non-members Enjoy a leisurely Saturday as our professional guides take you on a unique winter outdoor experience. All snow shoeing equipment is provided. This is a great chance to get to know the area and play in the snow. *Fee covers equipment, transportation and trip leaders.

North Cascade Overnight XC Skiing Quest 1.18 - 1.20 Friday - Sunday

Departs from OPR at 3 p.m. • $100 for CWU students and Recreation Center members, $150 for non-members Whether you are new to the sport of Nordic skiing or you have been on long wilderness excursions, this is the trip for you. Our Nordic guides will be leading participants in to an area with hundreds of miles of Nordic trails for all ability levels. The group will enjoy staying in a cozy mountain cabin, with skiing on both Saturday and Sunday. *Fee covers equipment, transportation, breakfast, dinner and trip leaders.

Winter Survival Overnight XC Skiing Adventure 2.2 - 2.3 Saturday - Sunday

Departs OPR at 8 a.m. • $65 for CWU students and Recreation Center members, $80 for non-members Ever had the urge to camp in a snow cave? Well this is your chance! This overnight trip consists of a cross-country skiing adventure where you will have the opportunity to build a snow cave or igloo to sleep in. No worries if you have never built a one because our trained guides are happy to assist. *Fees covers equipment, transportation and trip leaders.

Back Country Skiing Escapade 3.2 - 3.3 Saturday - Sunday

Departs from OPR at 9 a.m. • $65 for CWU students and Recreation Center members, $80 for non-members This two-day backcountry skiing trip introduces participants to basic techniques and safety gear used to safely navigate potential avalanche zones. You can expect to gain plenty of knowledge and downhill time, so be sure to bring your own downhill gear (skis and snowboards). Snowshoes and fully equipped backcountry packs will be provided. *Fee covers equipment, transportation and trip leaders.

OPR Six-Pack Available with two days notice

$8 per person, for CWU students and Recreation Center members only Get six or more friends together, give us a two-day notice and we will drive you any day, any time (almost!) to any of the following resorts; Snoqualmie Pass, Mission Ridge, Stevens Pass and White Pass. Don’t forget that discounted lift tickets to these resorts are available at OPR.

Custom Trips Available with two weeks notice

Got an idea for a trip? Bring it to OPR and in as soon as two weeks you can be on your way! OPR staff will help with the planning and coordination to make your trip a reality!


Ryan Hopkins • 509-963-3537 •

7:30 p.m. • SURC 137 A&B • Free John Stimberis, an avalanche forecaster for the Washington State Department of Transportation, Summit at Snoqualmie and Alpental will share avalanche awareness tips and discuss current avalanche safety methods implemented in mountains and ski resorts today. This is your opportunity to get quality, up to date information on avalanches in the Pacific Northwest.

John Stimberis: Avalanche Awareness Night 2.7 Thursday

Brock Gavery: Triple Threat 2.21 Thursday

7:30 p.m. • SURC 137 A&B • Free What do you get when you introduce two ultra-runners to an ice axe and a road bike? In the great Pacific Northwest, you get the Rainier Triple Threat. Come and hear about Bock Gavery and Sam Thompson’s incredible journey as they biked 120 miles from Seattle to the base of Mt. Rainier, climbed to the summit of Mt. Rainier and descended to run the 93-mile Wonderland Trail around the mountain in just 80 hours. This last season, they took on the Glacier Peak Triple Threat, a 120-mile bike ride followed by a 10,500-foot summit of Glacier Peak followed by a 95-mile run.

Jon Kedrowski: “Climb Your Own Everest” 2.28 Thursday


Save money on your lift tickets when you purchase them at OPR (tax not included) $50 White Pass Day Pass (Reg. $59) $50 Mission Ridge Day Pass (Reg. $53) $55 Stevens Pass (Reg. $65) $53 Summit at Snoqualmie Day Pass (Reg. $60) $35 Summit at Snoqualmie Night Pass (Reg. $40) $75 Summit at Snoqualmie Lesson/Rental/Lift Package (Reg. $79)

OPR Speakker Series

7:30 p.m. • SURC Theatre • Free Dr. Jon Kedrowski, acclaimed author, world-class mountaineer and Everest summiteer, will share tales of his journeys and experiences. Last May, Kedrowski made it to the top of Mt. Everest one week after having to turn back only 800 feet from the summit due to a terrible storm. This storm was the second deadliest in Mt. Everest history, claiming seven lives in one night. Kedrowski will also be on hand to sign his new book, “Sleeping on the Summits: Colorado 14er High Bivys.”



Ryan Hopkins • 509-963-3539 • Perfect for clubs, teams, coaches, business, community and youth groups, CWU’s Challenge Course offers opportunities to participate in team building activities that accomplish both individual and group goals on low-rope elements and a state-of-the-art high Challenge Course. This unique learning opportunity allows participants to face challenges in a controlled environment while enhancing problem solving, communication, decision-making and leadership skills.

What is it?

Low programs provide a unique and exciting experience for groups of all types. We have a number of low-course initiatives that challenge a group’s communication, teamwork and leadership. Positive group cohesion will be achieved through ground-based activities, initiatives and games that develop group skills in a comfortable setting.

CWU STUDENT GROUP PRICES 6-8.................................. $100 9-16................................ $100 17-24.............................. $120 25-32.............................. $140 33-40.............................. $160 41-48.............................. $180 49-60.............................. $200

To register, or for more information contact or 509-963.3539

YOUTH PROGRAMS Corey Sinclair • 509-963-3516



6.17 - 8.23

Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Camp C-Woo is a summer-long camp available to all community children ages 6 to 11. This activity-based camp runs weekdays from June 17 through Aug. 23 from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Camp C-Woo not only encourages kids to get involved with various recreation endeavors, but also gives parents a great source for summer care. For more information and registration materials visit


509-963-3537 •

CLIMBING CLINICS Top-Rope Belay Certification Clinic Select Saturdays 1.5, 1.12, 1.26, 2.2, 2.9, 2.23, 3.2, 3.9 Select Mondays 2.11, 3.4 Mondays; 5 - 7 p.m. • Saturdays; 10 a.m. - noon $15 (covers equipment and belay certification exam fee)

This clinic is designed to teach the skills needed to pass a Top-Rope Belay exam. Recreation membership or guest pass required. Maximum 12 participants per clinic.

Lead Climbing Certification Clinics 1.15 & 17 Tuesday & Thursday 5 - 7 p.m. • Climbing Wall $20 (covers equipment and belay certification exam)

This two-day clinic is designed to teach the skills needed to pass a Lead Climbing exam. Recreation membership or guest pass required. Maximum eight participants per clinic Must be top-rope belay certified

Beginning Technique Clinic 1.16 Wednesday 5 - 7 p.m. • Climbing Wall

This clinic will provide climbers the essential techniques to improve their climbing and training. Whether you have been climbing for years or are just starting, this clinic will provide some great tools.

Youth Climb Fridays beginning Jan. 4 5 - 7 p.m. • Climbing Wall $75 for children of Rec. Center members $95 non-members

Youth Climb is a quarter-long program for 6 to 15 year-olds who want to commit to an eight-week progressive clinic. Participants will learn a new skill each week while being encouraged to climb as much as they can.

Climbing Wall Hours Tue, Thu...................................... 6:30 - 8 a.m. Mon - Fri..................................... Noon - 3 p.m. Sun - Fri...................................... 7 - 11 p.m. Sat, Sun......................... Noon - 3 p.m. (Family)

Rappelling Clinic 1.28 & 30 Monday, Wednesday 5 - 7 p.m. • Climbing Wall • $5

This two-day clinic will provide you an introduction to the techniques needed in order to rappel. Join us and learn how to get off of a route once you have climbed to the top.

Route Setting Clinic 2.4 & 6 Monday, Wednesday 5 - 7 p.m. • Climbing Wall • $5

This four-hour clinic is an opportunity for you to learn the necessary skills and what it takes to set routes in an artificial climbing environment.

Valentine’s Day Top-Rope Belay Certification Clinic 2.14 Thursday 5 - 7 p.m. • Climbing Wall • $5

Cheap date? Check out the Top-Rope Belay Course for couples! This clinic is designed to teach the skills needed to pass a Top-Rope Belay exam. Maximum six couples per clinic

Advanced Technique Clinic 3.5 Tuesday 5 - 7 p.m. • CWU Climbing Wall • $5

This clinic is targeted at more experienced climbers that have reached a plateau in their climbing and would like to learn some new tricks in order to overcome them.

Kid’s Rock Sundays beginning Jan. 6 3 - 4:30 p.m. • Climbing Wall $8 for children of Rec. Center members $12 for children of non-members

This is an opportunity for 6 to 12 year-olds to experience the Climbing Wall for the first time. Kid’s Rock participants register for one week at a time; they can come once or they can return every single week. Games and activities are aimed at providing a fun introduction to rock climbing. Parents must attend this program with their children.



Open to the community.

The Climbing Wall is open to all Recreation Center members for no additional cost. No experience is necessary to use the Climbing Wall during open hours.

NEW! $7 Climbing Wall Day Pass



509-963-3556 •

EVENTS AND PROGRAMS Group Fitness Demo Days 1.3 - 1.9 Thursday - Wednesday

All Day • Recreation Center • Free It only happens once a quarter … it’s Group Fitness Demo Days! Come try any of our amazing fitness classes for free, before committing to purchasing a Group Fitness Pass.

Ace Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor Certification Course 1.8 - 2.14 Tuesdays and Thursdays

3 - 5:30 p.m. • $175 includes all study and prep materials Mark your calendars! University Recreation will once again offer the American Council on Exercise (ACE) Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor preparatory course. This six-week course is designed to prepare participants to train or instruct fitness clients in a safe and effective manner by studying anatomy, physiology, program design, lesson planning, risk stratification, health screening, exercise adherence, health limitations, injury prevention and legal responsibilities. At the end of this course, participants will be eligible to sit for the ACE exam to obtain accredited certification.

Cycling in the Pit 1.29 Tuesday

5:15 p.m. • SURC Pit Love cycling? We are moving Cycling to a new environment so everyone can see why it is both a fun and exhilarating workout. Free giveaways will be available for all participants, so come take part in a party in the Pit!

Aqua Zumba 2.12 Tuesday


4:30 – 5:15 p.m. • CWU Aquatic Center Group Fitness is going to the pool! Join us for this special class and perform those sculpting, exciting dance moves you love in a whole new way. Aqua Zumba is designed to provide a great workout while having fun. So grab your towel and a friend!


Neon Zumba 2.27 Wednesday

7:15 p.m. • Rec Center Room 287 We have combined the modern dance craze with throwback threads, so throw on your brightest spandex and dress in your best 80’s workout gear and get ready to sweat to some rockin’ music. A prize for best dressed will be given at the end of the class!

Spring Passes On Sale 3.3 Sunday

Noon • Recreation Center Purchase your Spring Quarter pass and use it for the remainder of winter!

GROUP FITNESS PRICES 10-Class Pass (expires quarterly).... $15 +tax Quarterly Unlimited Pass.................. $40 +tax Participants must have one of the above fitness passes to enter each class, and a current Recreation Center membership is a pre-requisite for purchase. All Group Fitness classes are drop-in, so you can join any class, any day, at any time, as long as you have a fitness pass! University Recreation reserves the right to cancel any class with three or fewer participants. Class descriptions can be found at class-descriptions





5:15 p.m.





6:15 a.m.





5:15 p.m.

Ab-solute Fitness




6:15 p.m.

12:05 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 8:15 p.m.


Pilates Jump & Pump

Power Yoga Zumba

Total Body Conditioning


Emily Abby

Kaylee Cassie Emily


287 287 284 287 284


45 45 45 45 45

6:15 a.m.

Power Yoga




12:05 p.m.

Restorative Yoga




7:15 a.m. 5:15 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 8:15 p.m.

Express Cycle Cycling R.I.P.P.E.D


Total Body Conditioning

Jessica Jacie Jackie Sharee Terrell

287 287 284 287 284

30 45 60 45 45

6:15 a.m.





5:15 p.m.

Ab-solute Fitness




12:05 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 8:15 p.m.

Pilates 30/20/10 Restorative Yoga Zumba

Total Body Conditioning

Cassie Abby Ashley Bethany Sharee

287 287 284 287 284

45 60 45 45 45

Restorative Yoga




12:05 p.m.

Power Yoga




5:15 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 7:15 p.m.

Express Cycle Cycling R.I.P.P.E.D


Jessica Jacie Kaylee/Jackie Sharee

287 287 284 287

30 45 60 45

6:30 a.m.





3:15 p.m.

Jump & Pump




12:05 p.m.

10:15 a.m.

Restorative Yoga








6:15 a.m. 7:15 a.m.





Shayne Wittkopp • 509-963-3517 • Personal training provides guidance and assistance in individual workouts by creating a personalized fitness regimen to help clients meet goals and reach their full potential. Our staff provides motivation, education, support and guidance for healthy lifestyle choices to people of all ages and fitness levels.

Certified Personal Trainer vs. Trainer in Training Our Certified Trainers have taken the necessary coursework and preparation to pass their Personal Trainer exam and may be certified by an accredited personal training organization. Passing the Personal Training examination for any of these organizations is extremely difficult. It requires a full knowledge and understanding of the human body and how it responds to exercise in multiple environments, including injury and illness. Our Certified Trainers are recognized by any fitness club in the industry as qualified fitness professionals. Trainers in Training (TNT) are individuals who may not yet be certified, but have the knowledge base to design and implement exercise programs for healthy adults. TNTs must be junior or senior Exercise Science undergraduate students pursuing a certification and/or have experience leading individuals in exercise technique. Certified Trainers and TNTs have limited client availability, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Program Pricing


Personal training services are offered to current Recreation Center members. Group sessions are available and allow individuals the ability to share the cost with one or more friends as well as the added benefit of working out together. For those more comfortable working out with a trainer individually, those options are also available.


Fast Trax sessions (30 min.)

Certified Trainer

Trainer in Training

6 sessions 12 sessions

$84 $168

$72 $144

Individual sessions (1 hour)

Certified Trainer

Trainer in Training

Jump Start Package (1 session) Boost Package (4 sessions) Super-Charged Package (8 sessions) Amped Package (12 sessions) Ultimate Package (20 sessions)

$27 $108 $216 $252 $420

$23 $92 $184 $216 $360

Group (2+) sessions

Certified Trainer

Trainer in Training

6 sessions 12 sessions

$90 $162

$81 $150

All session prices are reported as pre-taxed. Purchase this: Super-Charged Package Amped Package Ultimate Package

And receive: Free towel card Free towel card and 10-punch Group Fitness pass Free towel card, 10-punch Group Fitness pass and water bottle

ATHLETIC TRAINING SERVICES Ann Wittkopp • 509-963-3550 •

Services offered include: • cold therapy

• electrical stimulation • ultrasound • rehabilitative services

Note: Services administered at ATC’s discretion. Ann is licensed in the state of Washington, is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). She also works closely with the Student Medical and Counseling Clinic to ensure that the proper care is provided for each member, and if needed will refer you to the appropriate healthcare professional for futher evaluation.

CPR & First Aid Class Offerings Red Cross CPR and First Aid courses are now offered for the campus community through the Recreation Center. Sign up for any of the following courses at the Recreation Center front desk.

1.12 Saturday

CPR: 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. First Aid: 12:30 - 3 p.m.

2.23 Saturday

CPR: 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. First Aid: 12:30 - 3 p.m.

$55 per class $75 for both classes

The Athletic Training facilities in the Recreation Center have recently undergone renovations, and Ann couldn’t be more excited. The new and improved Athletic Training office is about twice as large as the old one and features a shiny new whirlpool. Now instead of being sent home with instructions to ice those sore muscles, CWU students can hop in the whirlpool and enjoy a refreshing ice bath.

To make an appointment email or call 509-963-3550 The Athletic Training office is located at the north end of the Recreation Center. Please, no walk-ins.


Athletic Training’s “whirl”-wind makeover

University Recreation offers a unique free service to Recreation Center members. If you are experiencing pain related to an injury, our Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) Ann Wittkopp can help. She is an allied health care professional who specializes in the prevention, evaluation, treatment, management and rehabilitation of athletic injuries.



Recreation Center front desk • 509-963-3512 •

Don’t Forget Your Connection Card

Your connection card is your “key” to accessing the Recreation Center and all of our programs and services. Presenting your card helps us to ensure that our facility remains exclusive to the CWU community.

Membership Eligibility

Becoming a member of the Recreation Center is easy. If you are a CWU student, faculty, staff or current Alumni Association member you are eligible to join today! Additionally, spouses and dependents (age 14 and older) are eligible to purchase Recreation Center memberships at the same rates.


Recreation Center members are allotted two complimentary guest passes per quarter, but as a member of the Recreation Center you may bring a guest with you to enjoy our facility as often as you’d like! Guests can access our facility by purchasing a daily guest pass, as long as they are accompanied by a current Recreation Center member.

Member Discounts


Your Recreation Center membership qualifies you for discounts on many University Recreation services such as Outdoor Pursuits & Rentals’ trips and equipment.


IMPORTANT DATES Spring Quarter Membership Renewals Begin 2.24 Sunday

Noon • Recreation Center If you’re planning to stay active this spring, renew your Recreation Center membership and locker rental for Spring Quarter. Beginning today, you can renew any of your quarterly memberships at the Recreation Center front desk.

Winter Quarter Memberships Expire 3.16 Saturday

8 p.m. • Recreation Center If you’ve purchased a Winter Quarter Recreation Center membership or locker rental, your membership or rental expires today. Please renew your membership or locker rental at the Recreation Center front desk.

Additional Membership Services

We offer a variety of services to make your trips to the Recreation Center hassle-free and easier to fit into your schedule, including: • Lockers: available to rent in the men’s, women’s and accessible/family locker rooms for $15 per quarter. • Towel service: shower towels are available for $2 per quarter. • Equipment check-out: a variety of equipment is available for checkout and use in the facility. This includes basketballs (men’s and women’s), volleyballs, jump ropes, badminton racquets and birdies, soccer balls and more. • Equipment sales: multiple items can be purchased at the front desk including headphones, athletic tape, padlocks, yoga/fitness mats and other miscellaneous items.

Family Policy Family hours and policies have been established to provide access for members’ families to the Recreation Center. At no additional cost for members, children ages 6 to 13 are welcome to join their parent/legal guardian during Family Hours for activities in the gymnasium, jogging track and Climbing Wall. Parents/legal guardians must remain involved and present during all activities with the child. Dependents age 14 and older are eligible to purchase a membership to the Recreation Center. For complete information, please visit


Eric Scott • 509-963-3511 •

2 - 6 p.m. • Rec. Center Courts • Free 4-person team registration at event Bring your friends and test your wiffleball skills for a chance at the Intramural Champion t-shirt! There is no registration fee - simply drop by to join in the fun!

Sports Trivia Nights 1.16, 1.23, 1.30, 2.6, 2.13, 2.20 Wednesdays

7:30 - 8:30 p.m • Winegar’s on University Way • Free Test your sport knowledge at Sports Trivia Night! Teams of two to four will compete for a chance to win an Intramural champion t-shirt. Teams are accepted on a first come, first served basis to the first 35 students each night. Sponsored by University Recreation, Winegar’s and 88.1 The ‘Burg.

Canoe Battleship 2.13 Wednesday

6 - 8 p.m. • CWU Aquatic Center • Free Come to the CWU Aquatic Center for an exciting and fun competition. Your team of four will compete in a canoe, using 5-gallon buckets to throw water and try to sink other canoes before they sink you. You will not want to miss out on this FREE event!

3-on-3 Basketball Tournament 2.23 Saturday

9 p.m. • Rec. Center Courts • Free The Wellness Center and University Recreation are teaming up to bring you a 3-on-3 basketball tournament. Create a team of three to four people, and then come compete in any of three offered leagues (co-ed, competitive and 6-foot and under) for a chance at an Intramural Championship T-shirt!

Wiffleball Tournament 1.11 Friday

UPCOMING SPRING EVENTS Powerlifting Competition

If you are interested in testing your strength against other CWU students this event in late March is for you!

Wildcat Dash

This Warrior Dash-themed race will be a test for beginning, intermediate and competitive athletes and is a great end of the year event!


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Cwu recreation booklet winter 2013  
Cwu recreation booklet winter 2013