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Colleyville Parks and Recreation

The Experience

Upcoming Activities Animal Art School Page 4 Learn to Play Guitar Page 6 Boot Camp Page 10

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Special Events

Colleyville Clean Sweep Volunteer a little time to keep Colleyville

beautiful at the annual fall Clean Sweep. Every fall, volunteer teams disperse throughout the city to collect trash from parks and roadways in a citywide community clean-up. Clean Sweep is open to individuals, as well as community, students and corporate groups and is eligible for community service hours. Ages: Day: Time: Location:

All Ages Sat., Oct. 1 8:45am McPherson Park

Haunted Trail Fest Princesses, pirates, goblins and ghouls all come to enjoy a night of arts and crafts, games and amusement, before venturing down the haunted trail. Pumpkin craft decorating, costume contests for people and pets, and not-so-scary storytelling – what better way to spend an October eve. Activities are free; $3 admission to the haunted trail. A note to parents: The fright factor increases after 7:30pm. All Ages Sat., Oct. 22 7 - 9pm Colleyville Nature Center

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and Recreation brochure, The Experience,

will no longer be mailed.

Be sure to view it online at ColleyvillePARD.com and help us save trees... one brochure at a time!

Easy online registration available at ColleyvillePARD.com • Register for classes • Check program availability • Get on a wait list

• Review your family’s schedule • View account history • Credit card payments

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• Apply for an account • $5 discount on most classes for online registration


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General Information

ON THE INSIDE

Welcome Note

Play On! Look for the football to locate our new classes! Special Events

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Youth Enrichment

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Athletics

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Tennis

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Adult Enrichment

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Active Adult Enrichment

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Parks and Facilities

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Parks and Facilities Map

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Registration Form

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The playful summer season has come to a close, but we say PLAY ON! Stay active through the fall by participating in classes like Dodgeball (pg 8), golf fundamentals (pg 7), Cheer 101 (pg 4) and more. Parents can stay fit too, try a fitness Boot Camp (pg 10) at McPherson Park to keep your PLAY ON or register for Basic Photography (pg 10) to capture all those great PLAY moments. Don’t forget, in October, ghost and goblins come out to PLAY ON at the Colleyville Nature Center during the annual Haunted Trail Fest (pg 2). You won’t want to miss this spook-tacular time!

Saving trees one brochure at a time • Going green by providing seasonal brochures online with a fully digital, interactive brochure at ColleyvillePARD.com • Brochures will no longer be mailed to individual households but will be available online • Youth, adult, senior, tennis, special events, athletics, park and facility information will be included in the online brochure • Register for the Colleyville E-Newsletter and City E-News subscriptions at ColleyvillePARD.com The City of Colleyville is proud to be a Tree City USA!

Colleyville Parks and Recreation

Mission Statement To create opportunities where people can escape and enjoy an enriching environment

Satisfaction Guaranteed! If, for any reason, you are unhappy with a class, we will refund your money, transfer you to another class or provide you with a credit.

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Youth Enrichment

Jo-Ann’s Little Dancers These classes develop a child’s poise and coordination, while teaching fundamentals of ballet and tap. Classes promote group interaction skills and build your child’s self-esteem and positive self-image. Students develop rhythm and music appreciation skills. Little dancers can showcase their new skills at the informal holiday program held at the conclusion of the second session. Additional fees may apply. Instructor: Jo-Ann Ingram Ages 3 – 5 Mon. 1:15 – 2pm 4:45 – 5:30pm 1:15 – 2pm 4:45 – 5:30pm

Location TBD $65 Sept. 12 – Oct. 17 Sept. 12 – Oct. 17 Oct. 31 – Dec. 5 Oct. 31 – Dec. 5

Cheer 101 This fun, energetic cheer and dance class encourages physical activity. Students will learn age-appropriate cheers, changes, motions, jumps and dance moves designed to improve their gross motor skills, strength and flexibility, self confidence, listening skills, memory, spatial awareness and teamwork. Instructor: North Texas Cheer and Dance Colleyville Elementary School Ages 4 – 6 Sept. 29 – Oct. 20 Thurs. 5:30 – 6:15pm $49

Pre-Gym Gymnastics Our program encompasses all of the traditional gymnastics equipment including the trampoline. Our students primary focus will be learning rolls, handstands and cartwheels. Students will use specially designed equipment and matting, which enhance safety as well as skill development. Your child will go through the class with a USA Safety Certified coach. Instructor: Sunbelt Coach Ages 3 – 5 Wed. 11 – 11:55am

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Sunbelt Gymnastics Oct. 5 – 26 $69

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Animal Art School We know you love to draw animals! Imagine yourself at a zoo learning to draw a variety of different animals. You’ll draw penguins, flamingos, parrots, giraffes, elephants, lions, jaguars, snakes and more. Markers or colored pencils will complete both your realistic and graphic style drawings. Instructor: Young Rembrandts Rock House – Lantana Room Ages 5 – 12 Sept. 12 – Oct. 3 Mon. 5:30 – 6:30pm $49


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Youth Enrichment

November Holiday Art Camp

Rock Climbing Meet at Mineral Wells State Park for an adventurous autumn day of climbing. Instructors carefully lead you through various climbing areas focusing on your skills and goals. Climbing gear is provided. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring snacks/drinks. Climbers must sign in at the state park office. Children under 18 must bring a parent/guardian. Instructor: Keith Miller

Ages 5 – 13 Mon. – Wed. 9 – 11:45am

Rock House - Sunflower Room Nov. 21 – 23 $58

Mineral Wells State Park Sept. 10 Oct. 8

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Ages 5 – up Sat. 9am – 1pm $35

You’ll have a blast completing six beautiful holiday themed artworks under the guidance of a professional artist and certified instructors from the acclaimed Robert Garden School of Art. Paint two watercolors and two acrylic landscapes and seascapes, an oil pastel and a detailed charcoal drawing in this fun, inspiring three-day art class. A $45 supply fee is due the first day of class. Registration ends Nov. 16 for this holiday camp. Instructor: Certified Robert Garden School of Art Instructor

Recreation Department has started a new

volunteer program,

Volunteers in Parks (VIP). Please call 817.503.1180 or visit ColleyvillePARD.com if you are interested in joining.

Beginner/Intermediate Drum Lessons You’ll learn the fundamentals of drumming in no time. Drums are a wonderful instrument, fun and powerful, and being a drummer can be one of the most rewarding and enjoyable things you can do. You’ll become a master of rudiments, stick control, playing rhythms in time and sight reading music. Instructor: Scott Pierson Ages 6 – 13 Wed. 4:15 – 5pm

Rock House - Lantana Room Oct. 5 – 26 $25

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Youth Enrichment

Cheer Fundamentals ABC’s and 123’s are the foundation for all your learning. Motions, jumps, flexibility and strength are the foundations of cheerleading. Each of these principles is important for you to understand when starting. Cheer fundamentals is designed to instill a love of physical fitness, poise and self-confidence, using cheer and dance as tools. Join us in cheers, chants, jumps, dance and more. Instructor: North Texas Cheer and Dance Ages 7 – 12 Colleyville Elementary School Thurs. Sept. 29 – Oct. 20 6:30 – 7:15pm $49

Learn to Play Guitar The focus of this beginner/intermediate guitar class is to ensure you’re learning to read/play proper music notation - class may also include chords and scales as time allows. The instructor will work with you at your current skill level to ensure you improve. Instructor: Jeremy Emmert

By donating a tree

to the new Living Tree

Donation Program, you can

help your city parks, while at the same time celebrating life by planting a tree! For more information please visit ColleyvillePARD.com.

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Rock House – Lantana Room Nov. 7 – 28 $69

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Ages 8 – 16 Mon. 5 – 6pm

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Babysitting Course You’ll be provided the information and skills necessary to administer safe and responsible care for children in the absence of parents or adult guardians. Bring a sack lunch, snack and drink. No refrigeration or reheating available. Ages 11 – 15 Sat. 8am – 5pm

Rock House – Lantana Room Sept. 24 $89


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Athletics

Beginner Golf This interactive golf clinic offers a fun curriculum designed to give you maximum time with a club in your hand. You’ll receive instruction on driving, chipping, scoring, game play and etiquette. You’ll work on irons and building confidence to move forward. Bring your own clubs or use those provided. Instructor: Bowmen Sports Tues. Ages 5 – 6 Ages 7 – 11

Sparger Park 5 – 5:45pm 6 – 7pm

$49 Sept. 6 – 27 Sept. 6 – 27

Volleyball Mini Camp This all-skill-volleyball camp brings the most qualified volleyball coaches in the region to Colleyville. Designed to teach the proper fundamentals of volleyball, this camp lets you acquire a solid skills base to build from as you continue to grow in the sport. The camp is divided into two sessions based on age level. You’ll receive a special gift, too. Be sure to bring your water bottle and knee pads! Instructor: 900VB Ages 9 – 13 Sat. – Sun. 1 – 3:30pm

Ages 8 – 11 Tues. – Thurs. 5:30 – 6:30pm

McPherson Park Sept. 13 – Nov. 17 $90

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Girls on the Run (GOTR) uses interactive activities, such as running and creative games to teach you about important issues. You’ll learn to deal with peer pressure, body image, making health decisions, teamwork and giving back to the community. Girls train together to walk or run a 5K at the end of the season on Nov. 19. Fee includes 20 unique lessons by GOTR-trained staff, Girls on the Run t-shirt and entrance to the Girls on the Run 5K.

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Heritage Middle School Sept. 17 - 18 $68

Sports provide physical activity, a way to channel energy, a fun experience and an opportunity to compete. All of those things help to develop many skills and characteristics that you’ll carry with you throughout your life.

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Athletics

Dodgeball

Ages 6 - 12 Tues. 5 – 6pm

Colleyville Elementary School Nov. 1 – 29 $49

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The league is designed to introduce young ladies from 9 to 13 years to the game of volleyball. It was created to provide a safe, fun environment to learn the basic premises of the game through practices, teaching fundamental volleyball skills, sports ethics and league competition. Players will get an hour and a half of practice each week with balls provided both at practices and games. Players will also receive a team t-shirt. Register as a team or an individual. Coaches can sign up an entire team with a minimum of eight players and maximum of ten players at a discounted rate. A clinic for volunteer coaches will be available. Placement on a particular team is not guaranteed. The season will end with a single-elimination tournament. Games are on Saturday starting Oct. 1 through Nov. 19. Registration ends Sept. 14.

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This ultra-popular program includes several versions of dodgeball. We don’t use “playground” balls, but special safer dodgeballs. You’ll learn many new dodgeball games you didn’t even know about. We may include capture the flag, kickball and other classic games. No class during the week of Nov. 22. Instructor: Bowmen Sports

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Be sure to view it online at ColleyvillePARD.com and

Division I – Ages 9 – 11 Division II – Ages 11 – 13

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Practice Begins: Sept. 19 Heritage Middle School Practice Times: 6 – 7:30pm or 7:30 – 9pm $80 per individual $750 per team of 10

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Tennis Colleyville Tennis – Fall 2011 • • • •

City Park – 5205 Bransford Road – City Park Tennis Court Hours: 6am – 10pm Court Reservation: $3 per player for 1.5 hours of play Classes must have a minimum of three participants for the class to be held. For class cancellations due to inclement weather, call 214.668.1619. Any class cancelled due to inclement weather will be made up, rescheduled, or pro-rated on the next session. (No refunds for weather-related cancellations) Students should bring water, a racket and sunscreen.

Classes will follow the listed sessions below unless otherwise stated (No class Sept. 5 or Nov. 26):

Mon. Tues. Wed. Sat.

Session 1 Aug. 29 – Sept. 26 Sept. 6 – 27 Aug. 31 – Sept. 21 Sept. 10 – Oct. 1

Tiny Tots (Quick Start) Class provides basic introduction to tennis while improving coordination. Ages 4 - 6 4:15 – 5pm $36 per session $65 per session

Mon. and/or Wed. (1 day) (Both Mon. and Wed.)

Junior Beginner (Elementary) Class covers the technique of all strokes in a fun, easy-to-learn manner. Ages 7 - 10 5 – 6:30pm $70 per session $130 per session

Mon. and/or Wed. (1 day) (Both Mon. and Wed.)

Junior Beginner (Middle School) Class covers the technique of all strokes in a fun, easy-to-learn manner. Ages 11 - 14 5 – 6:30pm $70 per session $130 per session

Mon. and/or Wed. (1 day) (Both Mon. and Wed.)

Saturday Junior Beginner Clinic Class is for all beginning junior players. Players will be divided up according to a combination of age and ability. Ages 7 – 14 Sat.

10 – 11:30am $70 per session

Advanced Beginner/Intermediate Designed for players who have had prior instruction in the beginner class. (ZAT, Mid-Cities, team tennis players or those wanting to start these events) Ages 15 & under Tues.

5 – 6:30pm $70 per session

TNT Tournament Tough Designed for players with considerable playing experience. Techniques, tactics and fitness will be stressed. Ages 18 & under Tues.

5 – 6:30pm $70 per session

Colleyville Squirrels Junior Team Tennis Home of the 2011 State Sectional Qualifiers. This class is designed for players wanting to get involved in NETT Junior Team Tennis. Fees include practices once a week for eight weeks, league fee and team t-shirt. Fee does not include USTA membership. Team tennis matches are on Sundays. Dates are subject to change depending on team tennis schedule. Ages 7 – 18 5 – 6:30pm Fri.

Sept. 16 – Nov. 4 $190

Session 2 Oct. 3 – 24 Oct. 4 – 25 Oct. 5 – 26 Oct. 8 – 29

Session 3 Oct. 31 – Nov. 21 Nov. 1 – 22 Nov. 2 – 23 Nov. 5 – Dec. 3

Colleyville Mid-Cities Tennis Tournament This is an entry-level, non-sanctioned tournament with an eight-game proset and consolation draw for non-qualifying players. Champ and super champ level players are not eligible. To register, visit Tennislink.USTA.com/tournament and enter tournament code 800011311. Divisions: Boys and Girls singles only (8's, 10's, 12's, 14's, 16's, 18's) Site: City Park and GCISD courts Date: Sat., Sept. 17 Fee: $21 Adult Classes Adult Beginner Class Class is designed for players with little or no experience. All basic stroke techniques will be taught. Mon. 7 – 8:30pm Wed. 9 – 10:30am $70 per session (choose Mon. or Wed.) Adult Advanced Beginner/Intermediate Designed for players who have had prior instruction in the beginner class. Technique will be stressed and tactics will be introduced. Mon. $70 per session

6:30 – 8pm

Drop-in Drill Schedule Call 214.668.1619 to reserve Men’s Drills; 817.798.0970 to reserve Women’s Drills. Must have a minimum of three players confirmed for the class to be held. Men’s Drill (4.0 & below) 6:30 – 8pm Wed. $15 per drill Women’s Drill (3.0 & above) Tues. 12:30 – 2pm Thurs. 7 – 8:30pm $15 per drill Women’s Drill (2.0 – 2.5) 12:30 – 2pm Thurs. $15 per drill

Private Lessons To schedule private lessons or team drills, contact the head professional - Austin Wynne, USPTA, at 214.668.1619 or the Director of Tennis - Kelly Langdon, USPTA, at 817.233.5793 or ColleyvilleTennis@verizon.net

Private Lessons – Director of Tennis $52 per hour or $185 per series (4) hours $27 per half-hour Private Lessons – Tennis Professional $50 per hour or $180 per series (4) hours $27 per half-hour Group Drills - $90 per 1.5 hours group drill or $68 per 1 hour group drill

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Adult Enrichment Boot Camp

Basic Photography Get to know ALL the icons on your camera and what they can do. You will become familiar with general photographic terms, including the rule of thirds, crop and depth of field. Bring your camera instruction book to the first class. Instructor: Beth Wasson

Elite Boot Camp fitness training program delivers time-tested, measurable health and fitness improvements while yielding real results in toning and reduced body fat. You’ll be shown proper health and fitness training techniques. Tuesday and Thursday classes will be from 6 – 7am and from 8 – 9am on Saturdays. Join us for all three sessions or just try one! No class the week of Nov. 21 – 26. Instructors: Robert Johnson and Michelle Brooks McPherson Park Tues./Thurs./Sat. $89

Sept. 13 – Oct. 8 Oct. 11 – Nov. 5 Nov. 8 – Dec. 10

Rock House – Lantana Room Tues./Thurs. Oct. 4 - 27 6:30 - 8pm $49

Rock Climbing Meet at Mineral Wells State Park for an adventurous autumn day of climbing. Instructors carefully lead you through various climbing areas focusing on your skills and goals. Climbing gear is provided. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring snacks/drinks. Climbers must sign in at the state park office. Children under 18 must bring a parent/guardian. Instructors: Pam and Keith Miller Mineral Wells State Park Sat. Sept. 10 9am – 1pm Oct. 8 $35

Beginners Ballroom Dance Move over Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers! Gain confidence while having fun as you experience a variety of dances including the Fox Trot, Waltz, East Coast Swing, Rumba, Cha Cha and Tango. Never have two left feet again! Instructors: Ernie and Diane Meyer Location TBD Wed. 7 – 8pm

Oct. 5 – Nov. 9 $59 per couple

X-Dog Agility Challenge The X-Dog Agility Challenge is a fun introduction to agility. Obedience skills are not required and all dogs stay on a leash. It’s fun for the whole family; kids are welcome. In this six-week class you’ll challenge your dog to do jumps, hoops, tunnels and more! Instructor: Anne O’Neill Sparger Park Sat. 10 – 11am

Oct. 8 – Nov. 12 $110

Dog Conformation If you’re preparing your dog to “show,” this class is a must! For details, call 817.589.0763. Instructor: Betsy Watkins Grapevine High School student parking lot Wed. Sept. – Dec. 8 – 9pm $5 per week, per dog

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Active Adult Enrichment All activities and classes are open to individuals 50 and better Colleyville Senior Center 2512 Glade Road Colleyville, Texas 76034 817-283-7648

Hours of Operations Mon. Closed Tues. 8am – 2pm 5 – 9pm Wed. 8am – 2pm Thurs. 8am – 2pm Fri. 8am – 2pm

Senior Center Annual Membership Fee Resident memberships: No annual fee • Non-resident memberships: $10/year. Memberships include free classes, programs, access to fitness room and special activities. A membership is not required if participating in classes, programs and activities that require a monthly fee or a one-time fee (examples: fitness, technology, special interests classes, trips and some special events).

Special Events – Engage All Your Senses

Monthly Activities – Stimulate Your Senses

Health Fair Fri., Oct. 14 9am – Noon

1st Tuesday String-Along with Us Noon

Holiday Party Thurs., Dec. 8 5 – 9pm

2nd Tuesday Blood Pressure Check Courtesy of Colleyville Fire Department 10:30am

Weekly Activities – Strengthen Your Mind with Fun

1st Wednesday Genealogy Group 10am

Tuesdays 10am 5pm 5pm 5pm

Needles in a Haystack Euchre “42” Supper and Social

Wednesdays 9:30am 10am

Social Bridge Pillow Packing Mamas

Fridays 9am 9:30am 9:30am 10am 10am

“84” Social Bridge “42” American Mah Jongg Chinese Mah Jongg

1st Friday Blood Pressure Check Courtesy of Woodridge at Grapevine 10am 1st and 3rd Friday Metroport Meals on Wheels Enjoy lunch and bingo. Cost for the meal is $4 resident, $5 non-resident or you may bring a salad or a dessert. 10am 2nd Friday Lunch and Learn 11:30am 4th Friday Breakfast Brigade 9am

Health and Wellness – Nourish Your Mind, Body, and Soul Jazzercise Lite Call Maureen Utzinger at 817.577.3692 for details. Tues. and Thurs. 9 – 10am $30/eight classes; drop-in fee $5/class Yoga for Active Adults Tues. and Thurs. 1 – 2pm $37/month; drop-in fee $12/class

Tai Chi for Arthritis Tues. 9 - 10am $32/month; drop-in fee $10/class Tai Chi - Yang Style Thurs. 11:45am - 12:45pm $32/month; drop-in fee $10/class

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Parks and Facilities Parks and Recreation Department 5109 Bransford Road, Colleyville, TX 76034 817.503.1180 • 817.503.1189 (fax)

ColleyvillePARD.com for department and program information

Hours of Operation Mon. – Fri. • 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Holiday Closings Sept. 5, Nov. 24 – 25 Dec. 23 and 26 and Jan. 2

Staff Monica Sue Walsh Director of Parks and Recreation Chuck Majors Parks Superintendent Troy Crawford Parks Supervisor Sissy White Recreation Supervisor Amy Matthews Recreation Specialist Renee Garrett Senior Center Supervisor Kathy Moore Administrative Secretary

Mayor David Kelly

City Council Stan Hall, Tom Hart, Michael Muhm, Jody Short, Mike Taylor, Carol Wollin

Parks and Recreation Advisory Board

Associations

Debby Abitz, Charles Bethards, Natalie Genco, John Gooding, Suzanne Hughes, Kenneth Llewellyn, Rick Paddock, Tevon Taylor Colleyville Baseball Association ColleyvilleBaseball.com Information line – 817.416.BALL (2255)

Inclement Weather Procedures For the safety of our patrons, Colleyville recreation classes and programs will be cancelled or delayed according to the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District's (GCISD) announcements. Watch for announcements on local media channels about GCISD closings or delays and on the city website at Colleyville.com.

Photo Use Colleyville Parks and Recreation reserves the right to photograph and/or videotape participants in its programs and/or at its facilities. The photos and/or videos are strictly for the City of Colleyville use and may be used in publications, flyers, brochures, videos, advertisements and the city website Colleyville.com.

Picnic Pavilion Rentals Rentals include picnic tables for exclusive use through the rental process. Pavilions that are available for rent: Kimzey Park, McPherson Park, Colleyville Nature Center, Sparger Park and City Park. Colleyville Nature Center is the only pavilion with a grill. Reservations may be made through the Parks and Recreation office Monday through Friday, 8am - 5pm. For more information or to check availability, call 817.503.1180.

Pavilion Prices: Colleyville residents $20 per hour Non–residents $30 per hour

McPherson - Red Pavilion Seats up to 100 people Colleyville residents $40 per hour Non–residents $60 per hour

Colleyville Girl’s Softball Association ColleyvilleSoftball.com Information line – 817.595.6599

Wedding Rentals:

Colleyville Lacrosse Association ColleyvilleLacrosse.com

Support Your Parks:

Colleyville Soccer Association ColleyvilleSoccer.net Information line – 817.251.9898 Grapevine - Colleyville Youth Football & Cheerleading Association GCYFA.org GCYFA@sbcglobal.net Northeast Youth Basketball Association Eteamz.com/NYBA

Rent any park for $100

Colleyville Parks and Recreation offers a variety of opportunities for groups and individuals wishing to share their talents and time volunteering in their park and recreation system. We rely on their energy and passion for the parks and activities they love. Please view more information about the following programs at ColleyvillePARD.com to support your local parks. • VIP (Volunteer in Parks) • Living Tree Donation • Adopt-A-Spot

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Parks and Facilities Park Hours: 6am – 10pm (except Colleyville Nature Center)

1. City Park 5205 Bransford Road (40 Acres) • Youth Baseball/Softball Fields (lighted) • 6 Tennis Courts (lighted) • 2 Basketball Courts • 2 Sand Volleyball Courts • Horseshoe Pits • Concessions/Restroom Building • Covered Pavilion • Pond • Amphitheater • Multi–use Trail (1 mile)

2. Kidsville 5109 Bransford Road • Tree House Playground • Covered Pavilion • Picnic Tables • Restrooms

3. Sparger Park 4301 Bedford Road (8 acres) • Covered Pavilion • Playground • Picnic Tables • Open-Play Space • Restrooms • POW Memorial • Multi–use Trail (1/3 mile)

4. Colleyville Nature Center 100 Mill Wood Drive (46 acres) • 9 Ponds • Covered Pavilion • 1 Grill • Playground • Amphitheater • Fishing Pier • Multi–use Trail (3.5 miles) • Open 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset

5. Bransford Park 408 Shelton Drive (2 acres) • Historic Webb House • Historic Caboose • Bransford Historic Marker • Open-Play Space

To view park locations please see page 14

6. Kimzey Park Melanie Drive at Atlanta Drive (20 Acres) • Fishing Pier • Playground • Covered Pavilion • Practice Backstop • Open-Play Space • Basketball Court • Sand Volleyball Court • Multi–use Trail (1/4 mile)

7. Pleasant Run Soccer Complex and Park 6501 Pleasant Run Road (33 Acres) • Soccer Game Fields • Soccer Practice Fields • Picnic Tables • Concession/Restroom Facility • Multi–use Trail (1 mile)

8. Parks and Recreation Office 5109 Bransford Road • 817.503.1180 • Class and facility registration(s)

9. Woodbriar Park 301 West Greenbriar Drive (2 Acres) • Covered Pavilion • Playground • Multi–use Trail

10. Cotton Belt Trail Opening fall 2011 Bettinger Road to N.R.H city limits an additional 1.5 miles will open. • Multi–use Trail (2.8 miles in Colleyville)

11. Reagan Park 709 L.D. Lockett Road (5 Acres) • Practice Baseball Field • Practice Softball Field • Batting Cages

12. McPherson Park and Rock House 240 West McDonwell School Road (27 Acres) • Basketball Court • Sand Volleyball Court • Open-Play Space • Practice Backstop • Covered Pavilion • Group Pavilion, seats 100 people • Splashpad (Open Memorial Day-Labor Day) • Restrooms • Pond • Historic Log Barn • Picnic Tables • Multi–use Trail (1 1/4 miles) • Wind Sculptures • Historic Dairy Barn

13. Colleyville Senior Center 2512 Glade Road • 817.283.7648 • Multi–use Trail (1/2 mile) • WWII Memorial • Practice Backstop

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Parks and Facilities Map

Colleyville Parks and Facilities Map

Schools A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I.

Bransford Elementary School Colleyville Heritage High School Colleyville Elementary School Colleyville Middle School Glenhope Elementary School Heritage Elementary School Heritage Middle School O.C. Taylor Elementary School Liberty Elementary School

Help Us Maintain Your Parks Although crews inspect park sites on a regular basis, litter or vandalism may occur, or additional maintenance may be necessary between visits. The next time you visit one of the parks and notice anything that needs attention, please report to the Parks and Recreation Department at 817.503.1180.

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The Nature Center pavilion provides a beautiful backdrop for family reunions, company picnics, birthdays, and much more. Reserve your special date today!


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Registration Form

Sign Me Up! Online ColleyvillePARD.com Walk - In Monday-Friday 8am-5pm Colleyville Parks and Recreation 5109 Bransford Rd. Colleyville, TX 76034 Fax 817.503.1189 Person to Person 817.503.1180

Register early! Don’t let a GREAT class get cancelled! Each class must reach a minimum number of participants two days prior to the start date of class. This is a courtesy to our instructors and other participants enrolled. Satisfaction Guaranteed! If for any reason, you are unhappy with a class, we will refund your money, transfer you to another class or provide you a credit. Refund and Transfer Policy Full refunds will be granted when requested five days prior to the start date of the class. Refunds requested less than five days will be granted a refund less a $5 administrative fee. If courses are cancelled by the Parks and Recreation Department due to low enrollment or other circumstances, the participant may: request to transfer to another class, have registration fee applied to account, use at a later date or receive a full refund by check (mailed 7 to 10 business days) to your home address. No cash refunds.

Parent/Guardian Information - Please Print Please make checks payable to City of Colleyville. First Name: __________________________________ Last Name:___________________________________ Date of Birth: __________________ Email:_________________________________________________________ (email is for internal purposes only and will not be sold)

Address: _______________________________________________________________________________ Phone (h): ___________________________________ (w): _______________________________________________________________ Cell Phone: ____________________________@______________________________ ❑ Agree to receive text messages (cell provider)

Emergency Contact: _______________________________________________________(OUTSIDE of home) Relation: _________________________________________________________________________________ Phone (h): ________________________ (c): ___________________________ (w): _____________________________ Participant’s Name

Birth Date Sex

Course Dates

Course Name

Days

Fee

Total (plus $5 each class for non-residents) NOTICE: All Registrants Must Sign Waiver. I hereby release, absolve, indemnify and hold harmless the City of Colleyville, the Parks and Recreation Department, its employees, activity officials, supervisors, any or all in the event of any accident, injury or death sustained by the above named participant(s) while being transported to or from an activity, or while participating in any activity, from any liability of any kind whatsoever. All activities involve some physical nature and I understand and assume the risk. In the event of a serious accident or injury, I understand city officials may contact 911, provide and perform first aid, and when necessary, recommend transport to a hospital and reach the parent/guardian as soon as the situation allows. I, the parent or legal guardian of the above named participant(s), do hereby give my approval for participation in any and all the program activities. I give permission for any photographs taken during these activities to be utilized for promotional uses by the City now and in the future.

❑ Cash

❑ Credit Card

❑ Check

#_______________________________ Expiration Date:_______________________ Cardholder Name (print) __________________________________ Signature __________________________________ Check #:___________________________ Date_______________________________

Signature__________________________________________ Date______________________________

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Going green by providing seasonal brochures online with a fully digital, interactive brochure at ColleyvillePARD.com Brochures will no longer be mailed to individual households but will be available online Youth, adult, senior, tennis, special events, athletics, park and facility information will be included in the online brochure Register for the Colleyville E-Newsletter and City E-News subscriptions at ColleyvillePARD.com

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