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FALL 2013 KROC PROGRAM GUIDE

SEPTEMBER 3 THROUGH JANUARY 6

ME VOLET KRO C U GRA NTEER NDM JUD A IE! PG 1 1

BUILD YOUR OWN ROBOT

KIDS LOVE THIS FUN AND INNOVATIVE CLASS PG. 14

PERSONAL FINANCE CLASSES

TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR MONEY PG. 20

KROC MEMBER CHALLENGES

ARE YOU UP TO THE CHALLENGE? PG. 29

SAVE TIME!

SIGN-UP FOR CLASSES ONLINE! SEE PG. 2

SIGN-UP EARLY FOR August 21–22: Kroc Gold Early Enrollment THE BEST CLASS August 23: Open Enrollment SELECTIONS!

FOLLOW US ONLINE! Search kroccda for photos, videos & all the latest updates!


Contact The Kroc

Operating Hours & Closures FALL FACILITY HOURS STARTING SEPT 3 MON–FRI: 5AM–10PM SAT: 7AM–9PM SUNDAY: 8AM–6PM COVE POOL REC SWIM SCHEDULE MON/WED: 3:30–5:30PM, 6–8PM TUES/THURS: 3:30–5:30PM FRI/SAT: 12:30–3PM, 3:30–5:30PM, 6–8PM SUN: 12:30–3PM, 3:30–5:30PM Schedules subject to change. Download weekly pool schedules at www.kroccda.org/hours.html

FACILITY CLOSURES & REDUCED HOURS Pick-up a Closure and Reduced Hour Schedule at the front desk for complete closure info.

Sept. 2 | Labor Day, 8AM–6PM* Oct. 20 | Early Closure, 8AM–5PM** Oct. 31 | Halloween, 5AM–8PM** Nov. 28 | Thanksgiving, Closed Nov. 29 | Thanksgiving Friday, 8AM–6PM* Dec. 24 | Christmas Eve, 5AM–3PM* Dec. 25 | Christmas, Closed Dec. 31 | New Year's Eve, 5AM–6PM* Jan. 1

| New Year's Day, Closed

*No drop-in fitness classes or Play Care offered. **Play Care and pools may close early.

Swim Meets There are occasional scheduled aquatic events. During the following days, limited lap lanes will be available and The Competition Pool may be congested.

GENERAL INFORMATION 208.667.1865 ADVERTISING.................................... 208.763.0627

KID’S CAMP & AFTER SCHOOL........ 208.763.0618

AQUATICS......................................... 208.763.0658

MARKETING...................................... 208.763.0629

BIRTHDAY PARTIES.......................... 208.763.0632

MEMBERSHIPS.................................. 208.667.1865

BUSINESS/ACCOUNTING.................. 208.763.0628

MINISTRY/CHURCH.......................... 208.763.0624

CATERING.......................................... 208.763.0616

TRIATHLON TRAINING..................... 208.763.0613

DONATIONS...................................... 208.763.0627

PLAY CARE/CHILD WATCH.............. 208.763.0646

FACILITY RENTALS............................ 208.763.0616

PROGRAMMING................................ 208.763.0641

FITNESS.............................................. 208.763.0637

SCHOLARSHIPS................................. 208.763.0600

GROUP INQUIRIES............................ 208.763.0632

VOLUNTEERING................................ 208.763.0673

HOW TO REGISTER FOR KROC PROGRAMS SIGN-UP AT THE FRONT DESK Download a Program Enrollment Form online at www.kroccda.org and bring your completed form to the front desk. Or, fill-out a form at The Kroc Center.

EMAIL OR FAX Fill out a form online and email it to info@kroccda.org. Or, fax it to 206.298.4130. Remember to include your payment information!

Avoid the line, order classes online!

REGISTER ONLINE Visit our website at kroccda.org/programs.html and click on the “Register Online” link. Sign-in, fill in the requested class number, and make a secure online payment. Remember to print-out and bring your receipt and waiver with you!

OR, SCAN HERE TO INSTANTLY VISIT OUR ONLINE ORDERING SITE

ENROLL EARLY. MOST CLASSES FILL QUICKLY!

Sept. 14, 10:30AM–4PM | Comp Pool Closed Sept. 27, 5:30–10PM

| Limited Lanes

Oct. 4, 5:30–9PM

| Limited Lanes

ABOUT THE SALVATION ARMY The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. Nearly 33 million Americans receive assistance from The Salvation Army each year through a wide array of social services that range from providing food for the hungry, relief for disaster victims, assistance for the disabled, outreach to the elderly and ill, clothing and shelter to the homeless and opportunities for underprivileged children. About 83 cents of every dollar raised is used to support those services in nearly 9,000 communities nationwide. For services, donations, and other information, visit www.salvationarmyusa.org.

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PAYMENT, REFUNDS & CANCELLATIONS • The Kroc Center accepts cash, check, Visa, Discover, MasterCard and American Express. Full payment is expected at the time of enrollment unless otherwise specified. • The Kroc Center may cancel a class with low enrollment 48 hours prior to the start of class. • No cash refunds are given unless the program is cancelled by The Kroc Center. If the program is cancelled by The Kroc Center, you will be given the choice of a full credit or a cash refund. • Schedules, pricing, programming and policies subject to change without notice.

• If you request to cancel your class enrollment five or more days prior to the first class, you will receive a full credit on a Kroc Center gift card minus a $5 processing fee or you may choose to transfer to another session if available. Other cancellation fees may apply. • Requests made less than five days prior to the start date are not eligible for a refund or credit, except in the case of personal emergencies. No credits or pro-rated credits will be issued for missed days of camp or class due to illness, partial attendance, behavior issues, or any other reason. For a full list of The Salvation Army Kroc Center’s Policies, please see page 31.

A note from the Majors. With over 25 free classes and more Life Skill classes than ever before, you'll find something for everyone at The Kroc Center this fall. We have a wide array of new programs including exercise, arts, education and church offerings for you and your family. Our personal fitness, aquatics, triathlon and climbing coaches are here to help you meet your goals and explore new fitness avenues. Plus, get ready for our new fitness expansion opening in January 2014! Majors Ben and JoAnn Markham


FEATURES

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WELCOME Contact Information Operating Hours and Closures

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GENERAL INFORMATION Membership Information/Rates Kroc Scholarship Program

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KROC FOR KIDS

Play Care/Child Watch Club 7–10 Camp Kroc Day Camps

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KROC CHURCH How to Study the Bible Women's Bible Study Chapel

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ARTS & CULTURE Youth Dance Scrapbook Bootcamp Guitar Lessons

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION Homework Help Healthy Aging Series

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AQUATICS Swim Lessons Water 4 Lunch

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TRIATHLON AT THE KROC Tri Swim Smart

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FITNESS & CLIMBING Youth 4 on 4 Soccer League Circuit Movers & Balance for Seniors Plus, view the DROP-IN GUIDE for group exercise classes and other schedule information. INTRO TO WATERCOLORS

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KROC MEMBERSHIP

KROC MONTHLY

MEMBERSHIP RATES

JOIN THE KROC COMMUNITY.

Choosing the perfect membership for you and your family is easy. To sign-up, visit www.kroccda.org to download a membership form. Applications and payment can be submitted to the front desk.

Kroc Membership: Something for Everyone Becoming a member at The Kroc Center is much more than signing up for a health club or wellness center. This is a place where you will feel welcome and supported no matter your physical, educational or emotional goals. For those with financial need, scholarships are available.

NEW! GOLD PLUS CARE MEMBERSHIP PLANS! The Kroc now offers a new Gold membership for families that includes all of the great

Every person in the community is a critical component to The Kroc Center.

Silver or Gold: Which membership is right for you? There are a two types of memberships—Kroc Silver and Kroc Gold—so that you can find the right fit for you and your family. Below outlines the difference between

Membership Scholarships are also available. See pg 6.

memberships.

benefits of a standard Kroc Gold Membership, plus the added benefit of Play Care. Play Care and Kroc Membership policies apply.

KROC KROC GOLD SILVER

INDIVIDUAL PLANS Adult (19–61 Years)

$42

$31

Senior (62+ Years)

$32

$23

Full-Time Student*

$32

$23

Teen (12–18 Years )

$22

$16

Youth (0–11 Years)

$15

$9

KROC SILVER MEMBERSHIP

KROC GOLD MEMBERSHIP

Aquatic Center

Multi-Activity Gym

Cardio Fitness & Weight Center

Fitness Equipment Orientation

FAMILY PLANS

The Zone Game Room

Family† (Up to 5 people)

$74

$59

Private Changing Cabanas

Family† (More than 5 people)

$84

$69

Free Body Composition Analysis

Silver members save 20% off public price on classes & programs. Gold members save even more!

$101

N/A

NEW! Gold Plus Play Care Family† (Up to 5 people)

$121

N/A

ACTIVITY

3 Free Fitness Coaching Sessions Free Drop-in Fitness Group Exercise Classes (See Drop-in Guide)

Free Drop-in Aquatic Group Exercise Classes (See Drop-in Guide)

Free 7–10 Program. See pg. 8

10% Off Room Rentals and Birthday Parties

Pre-registration Opportunities

KROC KROC GOLD SILVER

Includes Play Care

NEW! Gold Plus Play Care Family† (More than 5 people) Includes Play Care

A one-time registration fee is required with each membership type. There is a $60 registration fee for individual memberships and a $75 registration fee for family memberships. Annual rate is monthly rate multiplied by 12. Membership rates and details are subject to change. All rates subject to sales tax. *See Full-Time Student definition in Member Policies on page 31. †See Family definition in Member Policies on page 31. Schedules, Pricing, Programming and Policies subject to change without notice.

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS & PROGRAMMING PARTNERS

DavidAttorney W. Lohman at Law

DavidAttorney W. Lohman at Law 307 Wallace Avenue

DWL

A Professional Service Corporation

See ad on page 5.

See program on page 17.

See classes on page 19.

See ad on page 27.

See ad on page 34.

DWL

A Professional Service Corporation

(Four blocks north of Sherman between Third and Fourth Streets)

P.O. Box 2332 Coeur d’Alene • Idaho 83816

Ph: (208) 664-5544 307 Wallace

Avenue

(208) north 765-1101 (FourFax: blocks of Sherman 1-800-597-5888

and Fourth Streets) See adbetween on Third page 34. P.O. Box 2332

Coeur d’Alene • Idaho 83816 Ph: (208) 664-5544

Fax: (208) 765-1101 Are you interested in partnering with The Kroc? Email advertise@kroccda.org. 1-800-597-5888

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DAY PASSES

CLIMBING PASSES

Not a member? Purchase a Day Pass for access

DROP-IN CLASS PASS

Kroc membership or day passes are required to

to the Aquatic Center, Fitness Area, Gym, Game

Class Passes for Silver and non-members are

purchase a one-day climb pass or punch pass.

Room, and Public Areas during open hours. Rock

available for purchase at the front desk or

Climbers may use auto belay or certificated be-

climbing and drop-in classes available for an ad-

online. All attendees are required to pick up

lay partner during open climb time.

ditional fee. A photo ID is required for anyone

a class token up to 2-hours prior. Unless oth-

18+ when purchasing any Kroc pass.

erwise noted, the minimum age for drop-in

CLIMBING PASSES

FACILITY DAY PASS RATES

classes is 13–14 years with an adult, and 15+ without an adult. Exceptions may be made

Adult (19–61)

$10 per day ($9.43 plus tax)

with permission of instructor. Instructors are

Teen

$8 per day ($7.55 plus tax)

subject to change. Minimum attendance may

Military/Student*

$8 per day ($7.55 plus tax)

Senior

$6 per day ($5.66 plus tax)

Youth

$5 per day ($4.72 plus tax)

*Must present your Current Student ID or Active Duty Military ID at time of purchase.

FLEX FEE CLASS PASS

be required for a class to take place.

ONE-DAY CLIMB PASS Also includes up to 1-hour of staff belay. See drop-in guide for staff belay times.

$4

CLIMB PUNCH PASS

6/$20

$2 Equipment Rental Fee Equipment Fee waived for Kroc Members.

Gold Member

FREE: Included in membership

MEMBER ONLY MONTHLY KROC KROC CLIMBING PASSES GOLD SILVER

Silver Member

$3.50 per class

INDIVIDUAL PASS*

$25

$35

Non-Member

$5 per class

FAMILY PASS*

$40

$60

DRO A N Y P- I N T I ME ! FLEX PER CFEE $5 L ASS

*Staff belay not included. Auto or self-belay use only.

guests. These passes allow attendance to a sin-

Look for this icon in the Program Guide to help locate Flex Fee classes!

gle session of selected classes and monthly pro-

Gold Member

$4.25 per class

Silver Member

$4.50 per class

Within 5 years of last certification.

Non-Member

$5 per class

**Climbing wall pass is not required to attend belay certification classes.

Flex Fee Classes are available to members and

grams that are identified in the Program Guide. Purchase at the front desk up to two hours prior to class. Bring your receipt for entry into class.

CLIMBING CERTIFICATIONS NEW BELAY CERTIFICATION**

$25

RE-CERTIFICATION

$15

**

The time is

NOW! • Start working toward a degree • Begin a new career • Update job skills • Take an online class

NIC has a program and schedule to fit YOU

Start here...finish anywhere

www.nic.edu

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KROC MEMBERSHIP

CHECK-OUT THE FOLLOWING LIFE SKILL CLASSES

KROC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

CLASS PAGE

Adult Beginner Fitness Swim............................. 22 American Red Cross Community First Aid/CPR/AED............................................ 21

IT WAS JOAN KROC'S VISION TO PROVIDE ALL INDIVIDUALS WITH EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES TO GROW THEIR NATURAL GIFTS AND TALENTS.

Anxiety And Depression.................................... 21

For individuals and families that can’t afford a Kroc Center membership,The Salvation

Forgiveness....................................................... 21

Army Kroc Center is pleased to offer a scholarship program to help provide access to the

Give Yourself A Boost With Mini-Meals............. 18

facility and programs.

Grief Release Workshops For Teens & Adults..... 21

HOW TO APPLY

Healthy Eating And Cooking............................. 18

To apply for a Kroc Scholarship, please pick-up an application from the front desk and

Healthy Living & Weight Loss

return it completed with copies of your household income documents for verification.

Through Nutrition............................................. 28

When you return your application and are approved, you will be enrolled into a

Healthy Transformations: A Medically Managed

community workshop. This workshop will allow you to get to know us better

Weight Loss Solution........................................ 19

Conquering Credit Workshop........................... 20 Couponing....................................................... 18 Culture & Theology Lecture Series..................... 12

Healthy Eating With Diabetes............................ 18

and we can help connect you with the activities, education, and personal enrichment program opportunities offered within The Kroc.

LIFE SKILL CLASSES Life Skills classes are specifically designed to help you and your family learn new skills that can be used for a lifetime. As part of the eligibility requirements, all

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How To Study The Bible.................................... 11 Kroc Church Membership................................. 11 Managing Childhood Allergies.......................... 18 Managing Heart Disease................................... 18 Medicare Made Simple..................................... 18 Money Camp.................................................... 20

scholarship renewal applicants must have attended two Life Skills Classes, or

Money Management........................................ 20

have attended one Life Skills Class and be an active volunteer at The Kroc Center.

Nutrients To Optimize Your

The Life Skill icons scattered throughout the Program Guide will help you

Athletic Performance........................................ 19

determine which classes are eligible for a scholarship renewal credit.

Nutritional Needs Of Seniors............................. 18

A life skill credit may be also be earned by completing a physical. Check with the Front Desk for information and to obtain the form that is to be signed by the physician. For more information about Kroc Scholarships,

Parent Child Cooking & Nutrition Workshop..... 18 Plan For Your Future: Adults.............................. 20 Plan For Your Future: Youth.............................. 20 Surviving Adolescence: A Guide For Parents...... 20 Team Weight Loss Challenge............................. 28

please call 208.763.0600 or email

The DASH Eating Plan....................................... 18

scholarships@kroccda.org.

Understanding Pain And How To Treat It........... 18 Unhealthy Relationships.................................... 21

View a complete list of Life Skill classes online at www.kroccda.org/lifeskills.html

KROC MEMBER SPOTLIGHT [ RPOABRIKSEORN ] MEMBER SINCE: 2013

FAVORITE KROC STAFF: Swim Coach Doug McCan PERSONAL RECORD: 50-yard Freestyle in 42.56 Sec. FAVORITE THING ABOUT THE KROC: "Going fast in the water!" LIFE GOAL: To be an Engineer

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THE SALVATION ARMY This hol id season, ay experien ce the jo y of giving back.

CAMPAIGN Starts NOV

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ONE MEAL CAN MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE. This Fall, The Kroc Center is teaming up with

FAMILIES

several local food banks—and you—to provide

FEEDING

GOAL: FEED

FAMILIES

00S 4 FAMILIE

Starts NOV

holiday meals for those in need. To help, pick-up a bag and a shopping list at the front desk. It only takes $25 to feed one family. Too busy to shop? Make a donation online or at the front desk instead.

CHRISTMAS IS COMING EARLY FOR KIDS IN NORTH IDAHO.

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This December, we’re taking 200 deserving kids on

GOAL: E CLOTH

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Starts NOV

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RING THAT

BELL

GOAL: RAISE

$ 185,000

a shopping spree for brand new winter clothing. To help make a needy child’s Christmas come early, make a donation at the front desk or online. All proceeds go toward clothing a local child with essential winter items.

WE’RE LOOKING FOR A FEW DO-GOODERS. The Kroc Center is looking for volunteers to ring the bell throughout the Holiday Season. All money raised stays in Kootenai County and is used to fund Kroc scholarships, support vouchers for community agencies, and more. To help raise money for your local community, sign-up to be a volunteer bell ringer at the front desk.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE GIVING CAMPAIGN ONLINE @ WWW.KROCCDA.ORG/KROCGIVING.HTML DO YOU WANT TO VOLUNTEER DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON?

Contact our Volunteer Services Department today at 208.763.0673 or email volunteer@kroccda.org.

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KROC 4 KIDS

7•10

KROCER B MEMEFIT N BE

PLAY CARE

FOR AGES 3 MONTHS–10 YEARS The Kroc Center provides a safe environment

Fun, exciting & creative activities for kids ages 7–10 all week long! STARTING SEPT 10 MONDAY–FRIDAY, 3:30–7PM SATURDAY 1–4PM While you work-out, your kids can have fun in the gym and The Zone, all while being safely supervised by Kroc staff.

CLUB 7–10 PRICING GOLD SILVER Single Day Use, per Child

FREE

$2.50

Monthly Pass, per Child

FREE

$15

Please check-in or purchase your Club 7–10 passes at the front desk, and then sign your child into the Zone. Space is limited. Two hour maximum per day. Adult must remain on site.

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for your child while you participate in any activity in the facility. Play Care is first-come, first-served for children 3 months to 10 years. Space is limited. Two hour maximum per day. Adult must remain on-site. Monthly

PLAY CARE HOURS Mon–Fri

8AM–7:30PM

Saturday

8:30AM–2PM

Sunday

9:30–11:30AM*

O 3M THRU 10 YRS

*Reserved for Kroc Church Sunday School

passes are available.

PLAY CARE RATES

NEW! GOLD PLUS CARE MEMBERSHIP PLANS!

PASS TYPE

GOLD SILVER PUBLIC

The Kroc now offers a new Gold

Single Day Use, per Child

$4.50

$5

$6

Monthly Pass: 1st Child

$27

$30

$35

Monthly Pass: Each Additional Child

$18

$20

$25

Purchase Play Care passes at the front desk. For questions, call 208.667.1865. All rates subject to sales tax.

F R E E!

membership for families that includes all of the great benefits of a standard Kroc Gold Membership, plus the added benefit of Play Care. Play Care and Kroc Membership policies apply.

LEARN MORE ON PG. 4 OR ONLINE AT WWW.KROCCDA.ORG

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! BRING YOUR FRIENDS!

HUCKLEBERRY HOLLOW INDOOR PLAYGROUND A fun place for children 10 and under who are accompanied by an adult. Open to the public during scheduled hours.

HUCKLEBERRY HOLLOW HOURS MON–FRI 1–8PM SATURDAY

7AM–8PM

SUNDAY NOON–5:30PM

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KROC 4 KIDS

SCHOOL’S OUT DAY CAMP

ROCK CLIMBING • SWIMMI NG MOVIES • GAMES • & MO RE!

Take part in Day Camps at The Kroc Center, where you can make new friends, discover new talents, learn new skills—all while creating memories that will last a lifetime. Kroc staff provi des quality programming when school is not in session. Camp days are action packed with activities like swimming, rock climbing, cooking, crafts , games and more. Campers will be entertained and supervised by staff who are dedicated to strong family values and having fun. A daily fee is charg ed for each session, lunch and snack are provided. AGES 6–13 GOLD $31.50

SILVER $36

PUBLIC $45

CLASS # 33PCA101 33PCA102

MON, NOV 11

33PCA103

TUES, NOV 26

33PCA104

WED, NOV 27

33PCA105 33PCA106

9:00AM–4:00PM 9:00AM–4:00PM

WED, DEC 23 MON, DEC 30

33PCA107 33PCA108

9:00AM–4:00PM 9:00AM–4:00PM

THURS, JAN 2

9:00AM–4:00PM 9:00AM–4:00PM

DATES FRI, OCT 4

FRI, JAN 3

TIME 9:00AM–4:00PM 9:00AM–4:00PM

SIGN-U P FOR 3 OR DAYS A MORE T ONCE &

SAV 25%!E

DROP-OFF BETWEEN 9-9:30AM & PICK -UP BY 4PM. VIEW CAMP POLICIES ON PG 31.

GET INTO THE ZONE!

DATE NIGHT

AGES

11+

The Kroc Game Room is the perfect place for families and friends to hang out and have fun. Kids 11 and older can be in The Zone alone. Kids 10 and under are welcome in The Zone accompanied by an adult or a responsible teen (15+).

ZONE STAFFED HOURS MON–FRI 3–9PM SATURDAY NOON–8PM SUNDAY NOON–5PM

FUN ACTIVITIES EVERY DAY! Zone staff run a fun activity every day. These activities and other fun upcoming community

Reconnect with your loved one over dinner and a movie—or whatever you like—while

GO MEMBLD ERS

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$

per ch per nigild, ht

The Kroc Center provides quality programming and entertainment for your kids. Reserve a place for your children by registering at least 24 hours in advance. Drop-ins accepted only if space is available. SATURDAY, 1 DAY EVENT AGES 3 MO–6 YRS Drop-off in Play Care. GOLD* $7 SILVER $8 PUBLIC $10 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCA109 33PCA110 33PCA111 33PCA112

SAT, SEPT 21 SAT, OCT 19 SAT, NOV 16 SAT, DEC 14

6:00–9:00PM 6:00–9:00PM 6:00–9:00PM 6:00–9:00PM

SATURDAY, 1 DAY EVENT Drop-off in the Zone. GOLD* $7 SILVER $8

AGES 7–11 YRS PUBLIC $10

events will be displayed on the chalk boards

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

in The Zone. Every day is different, so come

33PCA113 33PCA114 33PCA115 33PCA116

SAT, SEPT 21 SAT, OCT 19 SAT, NOV 16 SAT, DEC 14

6:00–9:00PM 6:00–9:00PM 6:00–9:00PM 6:00–9:00PM

have fun and get connected!

*Gold Member & Gold Plus Care Member price.

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KROC CHURCH TUDY Y S E L BIB TO STUD HOW E BIBLE P TH GROU H T YOU ILDREN’S CH ISTRY MIN ORE +M

Welcome to Kroc Church—a place where all types of people from different walks of life gather to study the Bible, worship God, spend time with friends and serve our community in many different ways.

EVERYONE WELCOME. COME ONE, COME ALL.

MAIN SUNDAY SERVICE 10AM, WORSHIP THEATER, OPEN TO ALL We aim to be followers of Jesus 24/7, but Sunday mornings we have an opportunity to gather together and worship as a family. Whether you’ve been a disciple of Jesus for years, or you are skeptical of Christianity and looking for answers, you are welcome. In our Sunday gatherings we will sing, study the Bible together and make time to respond to what God is doing in our lives.

CHILDREN’S MINISTRY

CHECK-I N AT THE TICK BOOTHET

NURSERY: 3 MONTHS–3 YEARS

A CELEBRATION OF THE GOSPEL. At Kroc Church, we don’t gather to put on a show or impress one another. We strive to be honest about who we are, and our goal is to simply glorify God with our lives; it is the grace of God that motivates us. Kroc Church is a group of people with a common desire to follow and love Jesus. Being part of The Salvation Army Kroc Center allows us a number of different ways to create community. It doesn’t matter who you are or where you find yourself in life; if you want to get closer to Jesus and you want to build Christian community, we would love to have you join us.

Drop-off/Pick-up in Play Care Room Little ones in the Nursery are well cared for by our wonderful volunteers who nurture the love of God and bring the message of the Bible to them in simple, easy to understand terms.

HUCKLEBERRIES: PRE-K & KINDERGARTEN Drop-off/Pick-up in Huckleberry Hollow Huckleberry Hollow is where our most curious and active age group meets. Kids will have plenty of fun while learning a meaningful Bible lesson. Bible verse memorization is encouraged through simple movement. Please have your children dressed for arts and crafts. Children must be fully potty trained.

KROC KIDS: 1ST–5TH GRADES Drop-off/Pick-up in Osprey Room This is where the fun begins! Children in this class are entering the age where they’re applying what they learn from the Bible into practice in their own lives. Children will engage in small group discussions where they share how they can apply what they learned from scripture to everyday life. Prayer and worship are also a focus in the lesson each week.

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SUNDAE SUNDAYS

SEPT 1, OCT 6, NOV 3 & DEC 1, 11:15AM–12:30PM Join Kroc Kids each month after church for an ice cream social. Parents will have an opportunity to hang out together while their kids get to enjoy a fun treat after Sunday School.

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KROC CHURCH

WEEKLY MEETINGS

KROC CHURCH CLASSES

WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY THURSDAYS, 10:30–NOON,

The Salvation Army Kroc Center’s mission

MID-WEEK WORSHIP INVEST IN ONE ANOTHER’S LIVES AND IMPACT OUR COMMUNITY AS FOLLOWERS OF JESUS ALL WEEK LONG.

KROC COMMUNITY GROUPS It is important to invest in one another’s lives and impact our community as followers of Jesus all week long. Kroc Church meets during the week all around Kootenai County in Community Groups. We worship together,

KROC CHURCH MEMBERSHIP

All women are invited to share a time of wor-

is to preach Jesus and meet needs in His name.

ship including study, small group discussion,

The soldiers and members of Kroc Church are

prayer, and fellowship.

on the front lines of this battle. If you have at-

to share Jesus’ love with our neighborhoods

CHAPEL THURSDAYS, NOON–12:30PM

together.

Join fellow believers and Kroc staff for a time

study together, have fun together and seek

COMMUNITY GROUPS MEET IN: • COEUR D’ALENE • DALTON GARDENS • DOWNTOWN • POST FALLS

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of worship and a short devotion in Rhe Zone.

KROC MEN’S MINISTRY EVERY 3RD SATURDAY, 8–10AM

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Men of Kroc Church rise up!

For a list of current groups, visit

Join others in service, fellowship and study

www.kroccda.org/ministries.html,

through this dynamic and evolving ministry.

call 208.763.0606 or email

To sign-up or to learn more email

krocchurch@kroccda.org.

mensministry@kroccda.org.

MISSED A SUNDAY SERMON? DOWNLOAD THE PODCAST ONLINE. Stay current with Sunday services by listening to our sermon podcasts. Visit kroccda.org/church.html to learn more.

tended Kroc Church for a while and would like to know what it means to get more involved, join us for this six week introduction. MONDAYS, 6 CLASSES AGES 14+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

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SEPT 16–OCT 21

6:00–8:00PM

HOW TO STUDY THE BIBLE If the Bible is really the Word of God, why do so few people read and under-

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stand it? This class will teach you how the Bible was written, how to make sense of it when you read it, and a variety of ways to help you study it consistently. SATURDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 14+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCH102

SAT, OCT 12

9:00AM–NOON

KROC VOLUNGRTANEDMEAR SPOTLIGHT [ JUDIE ] n best friend Mike for over 40 years whe Judie Fischer had been married to her ter Cen tbroken. But when The Kroc he passed away in 2005. She was hear community through Kroc Church. her opened, she began to reconnect with n a whole new chapter in life. She One night at Bible Study, Judie bega people who were talked about reaching out to young listened as youth pastor Chris Haas in The Kroc t. The next week, Judie found herself looking to be loved and feel importan s attending The ies, and salad for 50 hungry teenager kitchen preparing hamburgers, cook was hooked. Connection Youth Group…and she ion and then sits now makes dinner for The Connect Every Wednesday, "Grandma Judie" know they them lets Judie women who attend. down to talk with the young men and and for 3:16 John ind beh d is to know the truth are incredible, saying "All they nee someone to believe in them."

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Watch Judie’s story at youtube.co

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THE CONNECTION: MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP THE CONNECTION: MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL The Connection is a youth group for middle and high school students that meets weekly at The Kroc Center. Its goal is to introduce students to Jesus so that they will love the Lord and be passionate about loving and serving others.

GET CONNECTED TO KROC STUDENT MINISTRY!

KROC CHURCH PARENTS We here at The Kroc exist to Encourage, Equip, and Engage. We want to make ourselves available to you anytime you have a question, com-

RECEIVE TEXT MESSAGES

ment, or concern about your teen. Feel free to

Sign-up to receive text messages from The Kroc

contact the Kroc Ministry Youth Coordinator at

student ministry department and get the inside

208.763.0620 or email us anytime at

scoop on field trips, youth group and more.

DINNER AND DISCIPLESHIP EVERY 1ST & 2ND WED, 6:00–8:30PM

To sign-up, email krocconnect@kroccda.org

This is for students who want to know more

Student Ministry, Kroc Zone, Parent Minis-

and have questions about Jesus and what it’s

try, or all three!

krocchurch@kroccda.org.

and let us know if you are interested in

like to really live the way He calls us to. Dinner will be served at 6pm. Bring your Bibles and get ready to grow in the Word of God and have a ton of fun.

WORSHIP NIGHT EVERY 3RD WED, 6:00–8:30PM

KROC CHURCH IN THE ZONE FOR MEMBERS & DAY-PASS USERS! Looking for a place where your kids can go

Join us as we give glory to our Father by wor-

have fun and learn more about ministry? The

shipping through music and prayer.

Zone is staffed with positive role models who

SERVE NIGHT EVERY 4TH WED, 6:00–8:30PM

are trained in youth ministry. Plus, we’re now offering a new class in The Zone that strives to teach kids about the power of Christ.

Students gather to give back to our community for all they have been given through Jesus.

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THURSDAY, AUG. 22 | 7PM, free Sexual Identity & Identity In Christ Dave Lomas, Pastor of Preaching & Vision, Reality San Francisco

THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 | 7PM, free The Importance Of Doctrine Gerry Breshears, Professor of Systematic Theology, Western Seminary

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9 | 7PM, free I Don't Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist Frank Turek, President, Crossexamined.org

As we enter further into the 21st century, one thing is clear: the church in America is doing ministry in a whole new world. As we tackle the challenges of this new world, we need to have a clear, biblical understanding of important issues in the world of ministry. Join us this summer to learn more during this new lecture series at The Kroc. THANKS TO OUR SPONSOR:

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(Four blocks north of Sherman between Third and Fourth Streets)

P.O. Box 2332 Coeur d’Alene • Idaho 83816

Ph: (208) 664-5544 307 Wallace

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RESERVE YOUR SPACE TODAY!

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ARTS & CULTURE YOU THEA TH PAIN TER COO TING K DAN ING CLAS CE + MO SES RE

MUSIC LESSONS GUITAR, DRUMS & SONG WRITING ACOUSTIC GUITAR

GUITAR & SONG WRITING CLUB

INTRO TO DRUMMING

These group music lessons will cover the fun-

This class gives guitarists the opportunity to

Learn the basic elements of rhythm and drums.

damentals of playing the guitar. Strumming

learn how music is made. Instruction includes

Start from the ground up and establish a solid

techniques, basic chords, reading music and

rhythm, harmony, melody, structure, form,

foundation of rhythm, learning how to read

simple songs will be taught. Bring your own

texture, notation, sound and pitch. The hands-

and hear the elements of music. Bring your

acoustic guitar. Course may be repeated to

on approach teaches the elements of music

own practice pad with a stand and drumsticks

master techniques.

and how to write a song. Grow your musical

to this class. Course may be repeated to master

MONDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD $42 SILVER $48

AGES 11+ PUBLIC $60

knowledge while developing your creative side.

techniques.

Course is designed to be repeated. Prerequi-

TIME

site: Acoustic Guitar I or similar experience.

TUESDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD $42 SILVER $48

CLASS #

DATES

33PAC101 SEPT 16–OCT 21 33PAC102 OCT 28–DEC 16*

6:00–6:55PM 6:00–6:55PM

MONDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD $42 SILVER $48

*No class November 11 & 25.

CLASS #

DATES

AGES 11+ PUBLIC $60 TIME

33PAC103 SEPT 16–OCT 21 33PAC104 OCT 28–DEC 16*

7:00–7:55PM 7:00–7:55PM

CLASS #

AGES 11+ PUBLIC $60

DATES

TIME

33PAC105 SEPT 17–OCT 22 33PAC106 OCT 29–DEC 10*

6:00–6:55PM 6:00–6:55PM

*No class November 26.

*No class November 11 & 25.

! FRREYEONE

EVE COME WEL JOINE TH ! FUN

OCTOBER 31, 5–8PM

CANDY LAND KROC HALLOWEEN PARTY! Join us for safe & fun indoor Halloween activities! GAMES • SWIMMING • BOUNCE HOUSES • MORE!

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Dance Classes at The Kroc

Required final performance for all dance classes will be at Fall Dance Recital on Nov 20.

PRESCHOOL TAP & BALLET

BREAKDANCING

New! LYRICAL DANCE

Young dancers will learn the fundamentals

Breakdancing incorporates hip-hop music and

Students will learn how to tell a story through

of both ballet and tap while developing self

is an athletic, acrobatic style of dance. It com-

fluid movement and expression. Lyrical is a

confidence, poise and coordination. The bal-

bines spinning on the knees, hands and back;

combination of ballet and jazz technique.

let portion of the class teaches technique and

bodypopping; and leg ‘windmills’. You will

Dance shoes recommended but not required.

body alignment through interactive games and

learn the four primary elements of breakdanc-

singing. The tap portion will focus on rhythm,

ing: top-rock, downrock, power moves and

MONDAYS, 8 CLASSES GOLD $49 SILVER $56

timing and creating music with the feet. Wear

freezes. Wear non-marking athletic shoes and

active style clothing, and ballet slippers or bare

loose clothing.

feet. Tap shoes required.

FRIDAYS, 8 CLASSES GOLD $49 SILVER $56

MONDAYS, 8 CLASSES GOLD $49 SILVER $56

AGES 3–4 PUBLIC $70

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAC107

SEPT 16–NOV 4

4:15–5:00PM

YOUTH JAZZ Jazz dance is a blend of ballet technique and Broadway-style performance. Students will learn fundamental dance techniques and how to

CLASS #

DATES

TIME 4:15–5:00PM

FRIDAYS, 8 CLASSES GOLD $49 SILVER $56

AGES 8–10 PUBLIC $70

DATES

TIME

33PAC111 SEPT 20–NOV 15*

5:00–5:45PM

KROC FREESTYLE KREW

gain flexibility, strength, coordination, and be-

Whether this is the first breakdancing class your

come confident performers. All moves and music

kids have taken or they have been breakdancing

are age appropriate. Wear active style clothing.

for a while, this class is sure to impress! Learn

Jazz shoes recommended but not required.

new moves, practice, and create your own free-

AGES 5–7 PUBLIC $70

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAC108

SEPT 18–NOV 6

4:00–4:45PM

WEDNESDAYS, 8 CLASSES GOLD $49 SILVER $56

AGES 8–10 PUBLIC $70

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAC109

SEPT 18–NOV 6

4:45–5:30PM

style dance for the Fall Dance Recital. FRIDAYS, 8 CLASSES GOLD $49 SILVER $56 CLASS #

DATES

33PAC112 SEPT 20–NOV 15*

DATES

TIME

SEPT 16–NOV 4

3:30–4:15PM

JOIN US FOR THE

Fall Dance Recital WED, NOV 20

*No class October 4.

move with proper body alignment. Dancers will

WEDNESDAYS, 8 CLASSES GOLD $49 SILVER $56

CLASS # 33PAC113

AGES 5–7 PUBLIC $70

33PAC110 SEPT 20–NOV 15*

CLASS #

AGES 11–14 PUBLIC $70

AGES 11–14 PUBLIC $70 TIME 3:30–4:15PM

*No class October 4.

Showcasing the Youth Tap, Breakdancing, Ballet, Jazz, and Lyrical Classes! Mandatory dress rehearsal at 5:00PM. Performance at 6:30PM.

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY BUILD A ROBOT

FUN WITH ELECTRONICS

Learn how to build a simple robot using balsa

Learn about the exciting world of Electronics.

wood, plywood and plastics. Then, see how to

Kid Engineers will build a variety of projects

control your robot by using the components

such as a “light blinker” using the following

of an electronic system. Discover how basic ro-

electronics components: battery, resistors,

bots work and learn how to design functions

capacitors, a light emitting diode and an in-

into robots to make them more useful. Take

tegrated circuit. Children will take home

home your completed robot!

their finished projects as a reminder of their

THURSDAYS, 2 CLASSES GOLD $28 SILVER $32

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AGES 8+ PUBLIC $40

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAC114

OCT 17–24

4:00–6:00PM

accomplishment! THURSDAYS, 3 CLASSES GOLD $42 SILVER $48

AGES 8+ PUBLIC $60

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAC115

NOV 7–21

4:00–6:00PM


SCRAPBOOK BOOT CAMP

d jects and supplies an Bring your own pro ing eth y to learn som join in the opportunit o optional holiday tw be l new! There wil e projects offered themed Make & Tak additional fee. during the day for an AGES 15+ ONE DAY EVENT BLIC $20 PU R $16 GOLD $14 SILVE TIME DATES CLASS # M–9:00PM 0A 9:0 2 V NO 33PAC138 SAT,

F CRAFTING, TWELVE HOURS O DAY! ONE GREAT

DES INCLU H & L U N C E R! DINN

Class fills-up fast. Register today!

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YOUTH COOKING LET’S COOK & LEARN ETIQUETTE Class will focus on the basics of safe and nutritious cooking. Students will follow a recipe to prepare a delicious light meal, learn to set a table and then enjoy eating the food they have prepared. Dining etiquette and table manners

ADULT FINE ART CLASSES

will be covered. Students will receive their very

YOUTH & TEEN ART WORKSHOPS

Learn the fundamentals of drawing and water-

CREATIVE YOUTH

color painting. Classes cover the study of color,

COOKING IN COUNTRIES

Get creative this fall! You have two chanc-

value, material preparation and watercolor tech-

Bon Appetit! We will transform our kitchen

es this fall to sign up for our three week art

nique. Students may enroll in course multiple

into a French Ristorante, making authentic

workshops. Sign up for one or both! In the

times to master drawing and painting techniques.

French Cuisine. Learn about the French cul-

INTRO TO WATERCOLORS

first course you will paint, make projects out

SUPPLIES ARE INCLUDED

of recycled materials and print and stamp with

THURSDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD $56 SILVER $64

food! During the second session you will make your very own monsters, design flags using mosaics and create a still life using pastels.

MONDAYS, 3 CLASSES GOLD $21 SILVER $24 CLASS #

DATES

33PAC116 SEPT 16–30 33PAC117 OCT 28–NOV 18*

AGES 5–9 PUBLIC $30

DATES

TIME

33PAC120

NOV 7–DEC 19*

9:30AM–NOON

New! ART STUDIO This class is designed for the experienced artist structor will provide the artists with new ideas and techniques and critique work. Please bring

*No class November 11.

your own supplies, including drawing/sketching

CREATIVE TEENS

materials, and the desire to increase your painting

Sign up for one or both of the creative art

skills. You may paint with acrylics or watercolor.

workshops this fall! In the first course you will

MONDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD $42 SILVER $48

TIME 4:00–5:30PM 4:00–5:30PM

we will cook traditional tapas (appetizers) and the culture and language. FRANCE TUESDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD $14 SILVER $16

AGES 11–14 PUBLIC $20

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAC126

SEPT 24

4:00–5:30PM

SPAIN TUESDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD $14 SILVER $16

AGES 11–14 PUBLIC $20

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAC127

OCT 22

4:00–5:30PM

AGES 18+ PUBLIC $60

vorite songs as inspiration and create art with

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

candy. At the second session you will create

33PAC121

SEPT 16–OCT 21

9:30AM–NOON

33PAC122 OCT 28–DEC 16*

9:30AM–NOON

*No class November 11 & 25.

INTRO TO ACRYLICS

SUPPLIES ARE INCLUDED MONDAYS, 3 CLASSES GOLD $21 SILVER $24

DATES NOV 12 DEC 10

authentic comida (food), while we learn about

CLASS #

4:30–6:00PM 4:30–6:00PM

tercolor snow scene cards with envelopes.

CLASS # 33PAC124 33PAC125

next country we will visit will be Spain where

who enjoys painting and camaraderie. The in-

word art, design with mosaics and create wa-

AGES 5–10 PUBLIC $20

ture and learn a little of the language too! The

TIME

make miniature paintings, draw using your fa-

TUESDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD $14 SILVER $16

AGES 18+ PUBLIC $80

*No class November 28.

SUPPLIES ARE INCLUDED

own cook book.

AGES 10–17 PUBLIC $30

Learn the fundamentals of drawing and painting using the vibrant colors found in acrylic

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

media. Class covers the study of color mixing,

33PAC118

OCT 7–OCT 21

5:00–6:30PM

value, texture and material preparation. Stu-

33PAC119

DEC 2–DEC 16

5:00–6:30PM

dents may enroll in class multiple times to master drawing and painting techniques.

DID YOU KNOW?

All students enrolled in the Press On leadership development program get to try Kroc Classes for free. Learn more on page 17.

SUPPLIES ARE INCLUDED THURSDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD $56 SILVER $64

AGES 18+ PUBLIC $80

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAC123

SEPT 19–OCT 24

9:30AM–NOON

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PARENTS & TODDLERS TINY TOTS You and your 1–2 year old are invited to join our Tiny Tots community as we explore the sights and sounds of the world around us. Tiny Tots will motivate young minds, bodies and imaginations through song, dance, and lots of hands-on activities. Sign up for Fall Frenzy, Holiday Magic, or both, where all music, dance and crafts will be themed for the occasion. FALL FRENZY WEDNESDAYS, 3 CLASSES GOLD $17.50 SILVER $20

AGES 1–2 PUBLIC $25

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAC128

OCT 9–23

9:15–10:00AM

HOLIDAY MAGIC WEDNESDAYS, 3 CLASSES GOLD $17.50 SILVER $20

AGES 1–2 PUBLIC $25

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAC129

DEC 4–18

9:15–10:00AM

TOT TIME There is something special about taking time to play. Each session of Tot Time is themed and features arts, crafts, music, dancing, and other activities. Kids and parents will have a great time laughing and playing together. Sign up for Fall Frenzy, Holiday Magic, or both, where all music, dance and crafts will be themed for the occasion.

this energetic class for toddlers and their parents. Together, you and your child will explore basic elements of movement, creating rhythm and making music, and practice your own very unique dance moves! WEDNESDAYS, 3 CLASSES GOLD $17.50 SILVER $20

AGES 1–2 PUBLIC $25

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAC132 33PAC133

SEPT 18–OCT 2 OCT 30–NOV 13

9:15–10:00AM 9:15–10:00AM

IT’S THE GREAT PUMPKIN, CHARLIE BROWN In the story It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, while all the other kids go Trick-orTreating, Linus Van Pelt sits in a pumpkin patch on Halloween night waiting for the Great Pumpkin to appear. Will the Great Pumpkin finally appear this year or will Linus miss out

FALL FRENZY WEDNESDAYS, 3 CLASSES GOLD $17.50 SILVER $20

AGES 3–4 PUBLIC $25

on another Halloween with his friends? Join Linus, Charlie Brown, Lucy, Snoopy and the

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

gang as we take this classic tv special and turn

33PAC130

OCT 9–23

10:30–11:15AM

it into a Kroc Center Youth Theater Production.

HOLIDAY MAGIC WEDNESDAYS, 3 CLASSES GOLD $17.50 SILVER $20

AGES 3–4 PUBLIC $25

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAC131

DEC 4–18

10:30–11:15AM

TINY ROCKERS Have fun laughing, playing and dancing during

YOUTH THEATER

THURSDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD $42 SILVER $48 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAC136

SEPT 19–OCT 24

4:00–5:00PM

A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS In this American Classic, A Charlie Brown

ROCK ‘N’ ROLLERS

Christmas, Charlie Brown spends the holiday

Your kids will take the next step in exploring

season struggling with the over-commercial-

the incredible potential of movement. Through

ization of Christmas. Charlie Brown accepts

rhythm, dance and free play this high energy

Lucy’s advice that he needs more involvement

class will keep your toddlers excited to come

during the Christmas season, so Charlie Brown

back for more! Kids only class.

takes on the role as director in the school nativ-

WEDNESDAYS, 3 CLASSES GOLD $17.50 SILVER $20

AGES 3–4 PUBLIC $25

ity play. Will Charlie Brown be able to convince others of the true meaning of Christmas? Once

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

again, join Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus, Snoopy

33PAC134 33PAC135

SEPT 18–OCT 2 OCT 30–NOV 13

10:30–11:15AM 10:30–11:15AM

and the gang as we take this classic and turn it into a Kroc Center Youth Theater Production. THURSDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD $42 SILVER $48

HOST YOUR NEXT PARTY AT THE KROC!

POOL PART Y OR CLIMBING PART Y

120

$

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AGES 5–10 PUBLIC $60

AGES 5–10 PUBLIC $60

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAC137

NOV 7–DEC 19*

4:00–5:00PM

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION

& LIFE SKILLS FIR PRESST AID COU CHOOL MON PONING EY HEA CAMP L EATI THY + MO NG RE

KROC PRESCHOOL & AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS PRESCHOOL CONNECTION Preschool Connection is an opportunity for children to experience the joy of learning while being exposed to a solid educational foundation. Each week, children will discover exciting new facts about the world around them and be introduced to important value-based concepts such as respect and patience. The Kroc Center’s experienced teachers will engage the natural curiosity of your children, teaching early learners to fall in love with learning itself. The high quality curriculum will include classic children’s literature, language arts, social studies, applied math, art and science. Dress to get messy! Preschool is designed as a nine month program. $45 registration fee due at time of enrollment; monthly fee due by the 1st of each month. Monthly open enrollment available. PRICES ARE MONTHLY MON/WED GOLD $112

SILVER $128

AGES 3–6 PUBLIC $160

DATES

TIME

33PCL101

SEPT 3–JUNE 5*

9AM–NOON

SILVER $128

FREE

SUGGESTED DONATION $20

The Kroc Center provides free homework help and a healthy snack for students grades 6–12. Free transportation is provided from Lakes, Canfield and Woodland Middle Schools to The Kroc Center. Students may work on homework, projects or study skills with Kroc staff. After homework is complete, students will have the opportunity to experience a variety of activities organized by Kroc staff. Homework Help is not available on early dismissal days, school holidays, or snow days. Class #33PCL103

KROC TUTORING 45 MINUTE SESSIONS GOLD $18

SILVER $20

PUBLIC $25

Looking for more in-depth guidance on school

CLASS #

TUES/THURS GOLD $112

HOMEWORK HELP, GRADES 6–12 MON–FRI, 3:00–5:45PM

AGES 3–6 PUBLIC $160

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL102

SEPT 3–JUNE 5*

9AM–NOON

work? One-on-one tutoring is available for students in grades 6–12. Register at the front desk and you will be contacted by a Kroc staff member to schedule your 45-minute sessions with a tutor.

PRESS ON Leadership development, healthy relationships and exciting, new opportunities specifically for middle school students! Learn to make the most of your world by stepping out and getting involved! PRESS ON’S UNIQUE MODEL INCLUDES: 1. Mentor Relationship: In partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters 2. M  onthly Team Huddles: Outdoor adventures, cooking experiments, team building, community service, and more. 3. Leadership Development: Academic support; spiritual encouragement; and recreation, aquatics and arts & culture opportunities.

10

$

per month $120/FULL YEAR

Sign-up your student at the front desk today!

Scholarships are also available.

*No class November 25–29, December 23–January 3, March 31–April 4.

DID YOU KNOW? Free transportation is provided after school Monday–Friday from Lakes, Canfield and Woodland Middle Schools for students who are Kroc members or who are enrolled in a Kroc program. Register at The Kroc front desk.

Learn more about Press On. www.kroccda.org/presson.html

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HEALTH & WELLNESS Presented by Raking in the Savings

New! PARENT CHILD COOKING & NUTRITION WORKSHOP

UNDERSTANDING PAIN AND HOW TO TREAT IT

You will learn the basics of couponing and

Presented by U of I Extension

Presented by Dirne Community Health Center

how to shop at some of our local stores with

Join us and learn how to make delicious and

Join a panel of local physicians and experts for

a store-by-store guide. This class will give you

nutritious food while spending quality time

this FREE workshop for anyone who wants to

resources that will make saving even easier in-

with your child. Kids and their grown-ups will

understand chronic or acute pain and how to

cluding LOCAL DEALS! If you are already cou-

learn new kitchen skills, how to make healthy

treat it. Specific topics include the neurobiol-

poning, we also welcome you to attend since it

food choices and create simple budget friendly

ogy of pain, physical therapy for back pain, the

is an opportunity to meet other couponers and

nutritious recipes.

use of acupuncture in the treatment of pain,

pick up a few tips!

WEDNESDAYS, 2 CLASSES AGES 3+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED

medical treatment of chronic pain and inter-

COUPONING

THURSDAYS, 1 CLASS AGES 15+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL104 33PCL105

THURS, SEPT 12 THURS, NOV 7

6:00–8:00PM 6:00–8:00PM

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL108

SEPT 25–OCT 2

4:00–5:30PM

New! HEALTHY AGING SERIES

ventions for chronic pain. THURSDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 15+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL128

THURS, SEPT 19

6:00–8:00PM

Tak

Managing a low sodium, heart healthy, or dia-

e on FREE! AGES 18+, NOON–1:30PM class or take New! MEDICARE 101 e all fo ur! MONDAYS, OCT 21–NOV 11 Presented by SHIBA $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED Is Medicare confusing? Do you struggle to keep

betic diet can be a challenge and trying new

Presented by U of I Extension

up with the changes? This class will help you

recipes can be expensive. Please join us for

Poor nutrition increases frailty and disease in

understand your options in the Medicare pro-

these fun, free cooking classes – watch recipes

the older adults. During this four-class series,

gram so that you will be able to make informed

being prepared, learn about healthy cooking

students will learn how good nutrition is criti-

choices about enrollment and coverage. You

techniques and sample some fabulous recipes!

cal to senior health.

will learn about SHIBA, a great resource that

MONDAYS, 4 CLASSES AGES 15+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED

Oct. 21: Nutritional Needs of Seniors

can help you put together the pieces of Senior

Learn about changes in the body that affect

Health Insurance Puzzle. You do not need to be

nutrition during aging, what nutrients are most

enrolled in Medicare to attend this class.

critical to include in your diet and how nutrients

MONTHLY FREE

HEALTHY EATING AND COOKING Presented by U of I Extension

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL106

SEPT 23–OCT 14

1:30–3:00PM

HEALTHY EATING WITH DIABETES

can be incorporated into a healthful eating plan

Presented by U of I Extension

during older adulthood. Class #33PCL109

AGES 18+ $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED DATES

TIME

LAST TUES. OF EVERY MONTH

1:00–3:00PM

The Healthy Eating with Diabetes workshop

Oct. 28: The DASH Eating Plan

has been taught for the past 11 years and has

High blood pressure is very common among

worked with over 900 people with diabetes.

adults 55 years and older. Learn about the Di-

New! MANAGING CHILDHOOD ALLERGIES

Managing your diabetes can be hard. Please

etary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH)

join us for a series of two classes to learn more

Presented by Childhood Resource

Eating Plan and how you can use it to prevent

about healthy eating habits and other great

This class is for anyone eager to provide a safe

and control hypertension. Class #33PCL110

tips for long term health.

environment for children with food allergies.

Nov. 4: Managing Heart Disease:

Students will gain a greater understanding of

Learn the dietary changes you can make to

the safety challenges associated with food aller-

manage your cholesterol and triglyceride lev-

gies which will help build confidence and elimi-

els. Class #33PCL111

nate fear. Free samples and recipes of Namaste

MONDAYS, 2 CLASSES AGES 15+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL107

SEPT 23–SEPT 30

NOON–2:00PM

Nov. 11: Give Yourself a Boost with Mini-Meals Being unable to cook or not wanting to cook can lead to unbalanced meals and

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baking products will be provided. WEDNESDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 15+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED

missing meals altogether. Learn quick mini-

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

meal ideas that you can include in your diet.

33PCL113

WED, SEPT 25

NOON–2:00PM

Class #33PCL112

LIFE SKILL CLASSES ARE DESIGNED TO HELP YOU AND YOUR FAMILY LEARN NEW SKILLS. Learn something new, improve your nutrition, or just brush up on old skills. Life Skill classes are low-cost, educational classes that are meant to help you and your family learn and grow as a person. Look for the Life Skill icons scattered throughout the Guide to see what’s happening this season. Although most Life Skill classes are free, it’s important to register in advance to make sure that you reserve your spot. Register online today at www.kroccda.org

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THANKS TO OUR SPONSOR, PILGRIM'S MARKET. Since 1999, Pilgrim's Market has been the Inland Northwest HOT SPOT for the finest natural and organic foods, education, green events and more. Pilgrim's offers everything from organic produce to supplements and an innovative wellness and education center. Learn more about Pilgrim’s Market online at www.pilgrimsmarket.com

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New! HEALTHY TRANSFORMATIONS: A LIFE S CL ASKILL S MEDICALLY MANAGED WEIGHT LOSS SOLUTION PRESENTED BY PILGRIM'S MARKET

New! NUTRIENTS TO OPTIMIZE YOUR ATHLETIC LIFE S CL ASKILL S PERFORMANCE PRESENTED BY PILGRIM'S MARKET

Dr. Toby Hallowitz, ND, MSOM, LAc and Rachel Ewing, RD

Dr. Toby of Pilgrim’s Wellness Clinic will discuss

Pilgrim’s

will promote energy, strength and endurance;

Wellness

Clinic’s

evidence-based

Healthy Transformation Weight Loss Program is designed to address whole body, mind and lifestyle change. Dr. Toby and Rachel will show how you can, through this medically managed program, stimulate your metabolism to use fat for energy, maintain lean muscle, and utilize the tools you need to achieve healthy

Dr. Toby Hallowitz, ND, MSOM, LAc nutrients to add to your fitness training that enhance exercise recovery; support cardio function; and protect joints and ligaments. Come discover these foundational basics for every level of athlete. WEDNESDAY, 1 CLASS

AGES 15+ FREE

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL130

WED, NOV 13

6:00–8:00PM

transformation. WEDNESDAY, 1 CLASS

1316 North 4th Street, Coeur d'Alene, 208.676.9730 • pilgrimsmarket.com

AGES 15+

FREE

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL129

WED, SEPT 18

6:00–8:00PM

COMMUNITY SUPPORT GRIEF RELEASE WORKSHOPS FOR TEENS AND ADULTS

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COMMUNITY GAMES

Grief comes in many forms, such as loss of a loved

Suffering from anxiety and/or depression can

MEXICAN TRAIN GAME NIGHT

one, unemployment, divorce, empty nest syn-

be related to stress but both can overwhelm

Join us for an evening

drome, and more. Whatever your loss, this work-

us. A local expert will discuss the importance of

of warm fellowship and

shop gives you the opportunity to meet others who

exercise, a proper diet and introduce cognitive

share similar life experiences and to support and be

behavioral therapy as ways to lessen anxiety

Mexican Train dominoes. Refreshments will be

supported. Join us as we address these issues in a

and depression. In addition, nondrug therapies

available and prizes can be earned in a variety

practical, step-by-step healing process. For more in-

for depression and suicide prevention will be

of categories!

formation contact Joanie Dwyer at 208.676.0632.

addressed.

TUESDAYS, 5 CLASSES GOLD $10 SILVER $10

THURSDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 15+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED

FRIDAY, 1 NIGHT ONLY AGES 15+ AGES 14+ SUGGESTED $5 DONATION

Presented by Lake City Church

AGES 13–18 PUBLIC $10

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL119

OCT 8–NOV 5

6:30–8:30PM

TUESDAYS, 5 CLASSES GOLD $10 SILVER $10

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL122

THURS, OCT 10

6:00–8:00PM

AGES 18+ PUBLIC $10

UNHEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS Presented by Dirne Community Health Center

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL120

OCT 8–NOV 5

6:30–8:30PM

FORGIVENESS Forgiving someone for a wrong committed can be difficult. But holding on to a

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grudge actually gives them power over us. In this class, we will talk about the Biblical perspective of forgiveness and how our letting go can actually free us from so much pain. MONDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 15+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL121

MON, NOV 4

6:00–8:00PM

an invigorating game of

DATES

TIME

FRI, SEPT 27

6:00–8:30PM

GET INVOLVED!

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KROC CHURCH

Even healthy relationships can benefit from education and community, but this becomes

Community Groups

especially important when the relationship is

It is important to invest in one another’s lives

unhealthy. In this session a local expert will dis-

and impact our community as followers of

cuss substance abuse, self-harm, and the ten-

Jesus all week long. Kroc Church meets dur-

dency for the victim to cover up abuses.

ing the week all around Kootenai County in Community Groups. We worship together,

THURSDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 15+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL123

THURS, OCT 24

6:00–8:00PM

study together, have fun together and seek to share Jesus’ love with our neighborhoods together. Learn more on pg 11.

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION

SURVIVING ADOLESCENCE A WORKSHOP TO HELP PARENTS RAISING YOUTH

CONTINUING EDUCATION MONEY CAMP

PLAN FOR YOUR FUTURE: ADULTS

Presented by STCU Money Camp gives students the tools they need to begin to develop healthy financial habits. Want to know how to avoid getting scammed by high credit card rates? Go to camp. Interested in becoming a millionaire before you’re 30? Go to camp. Sign-up required. Limited space available. Sign-up online at www.stcuteens.org/camp

$15 SUGGESTED DONATION. INCLUDES LUNCH, SNACK & PROGRAM MANUAL.

BRING A SENSE OF PEACE & HARMONY TO YOUR FAMILY.

Join us this November as we help you develop skills for raising your teens & pre-teens. WORKSHOPS WILL ASSIST PARENTS IN DEALING WITH: • Social Media • Peer Pressure & Bullying • Building Faith & Character • Healthy Communication

Bring peace, reconciliation and positive family growth

to your family today. SPACE IS LIMITED! REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.KOOTENAICCC.COM

DATES

TIME

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4

9:00AM–NOON

New! CONQUERING CREDIT WORKSHOP What’s a FICO score? How do you establish a solid credit history? What can you do when good credit turns bad? The Coeur d’Alene U.S. Bank branch wants to teach you the do's and don'ts of keeping your credit squeaky clean and how to stay on the right track to financial success at the Conquering Credit Workshop. Workbooks will be provided.

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL116

WED, OCT 16

6:00–8:00PM

MONEY MANAGEMENT Presented by Money Management International

talents, learn where to receive the necessary training, and develop research techniques to help you make an informed decision about a interest test to help identify potential careers. TUESDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 18+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL114

TUES, SEPT 24

6:00–8:00PM

Presented by North Idaho College What does your future look like once you graduate from high school? Will you go to college? Do you know what you want to study? This class will help you in planning for your future career. Explore your interests and talents and how they might lead to a potential career, learn where to receive the necessary training, make an informed decision about a career fit. Includes the Complete IDEAS career interest test to help identify potential careers. TUESDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 14–18 FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL115

TUES, OCT 1

3:30–5:30PM

ation, create a budget, monitor your progress, manage the flow of income and expenses, comparison shop and protect your assets. Through careful planning and use of money management skills and techniques, you can feel more

F re e !

All class es on this page ar e

confident about your ability to live within your means, handle emergencies, reduce debt, and save for the future. Workbook included.

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL117

THURS, NOV 14

5:30–8:00PM

Life Skills Classes, or have attended one Life Skills Class and be an active volunteer at The Kroc Center, in order to renew. Learn more about Kroc scholarships on page 5. View a full list of current Life Skill classes online at www.kroccda.org/lifeskills.html.

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your future career. Explore your interests and

Learn how to take control of your financial situ-

ARE YOU A KROC SCHOLARSHIP MEMBER?

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ning? This class will help you in planning for

and develop research techniques to help you

WEDNESDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 15+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED

As part of the eligibility requirements, all scholarship renewal applicants must have attended two

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PLAN FOR YOUR FUTURE: YOUTH

Presented by U.S. Bank

THURSDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 15+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED

SPONSORED BY:

Do you want to go to college, need some train-

career fit. Includes the Complete IDEAS career

FRIDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 11–14 FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 AT THE KROC 8:30AM–5PM

Presented by North Idaho College

Donation s are reco mmende Donation d. s help us continue quality, lo to provide w-cost co mmunity programm ing.

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S CL ASKILL AMERICAN RED CROSS S COMMUNITY FIRST AID/CPR/AED

Learn how to be a community responder who

AMERICAN RED CROSS CPR/AED FOR PROFESSIONAL RESCUERS AND HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS

can act in emergency situations by recognizing

This course is designed to train professional level res-

and providing care for life-threatening emergen-

cuers to respond to breathing and cardiac emergen-

cies. This course is offered in a blended learning

cies in adults, children and infants. Note, it does not

format, which is an independent online class and

contain a First Aid component. This course is offered

test followed by an instructor-led skill session. Each

in a blended learning format, including online learn-

participant will be contacted prior to class and will

ing followed by an instructor-led skill session. Each

be given the instructions for accessing online course

participant will be contacted prior to class and will

work. Upon successful completion of all course

be required to bring the online course certificate of

requirements participants will be given a printed

completion to class. Upon completion, you will receive

American Red Cross certification.

your American Red Cross Certification for Professional

MONDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD $31.50 SILVER $36

AGES 15+ PUBLIC $45

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL124 33PCL125

MON, SEPT 16 MON, NOV 11

6:00–8:00PM 6:00–8:00PM

Registration Deadline: One Week Prior to Class

Rescuer CPR, AED. MONDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD $35 SILVER $40

AGES 18+ PUBLIC $50

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PCL126 33PCL127

MON, OCT 14 MON, DEC 9

6:00–8:30PM 6:00–8:30PM

Registration Deadline: One Week Prior to Class

Prerequisites: Online course work must be completed prior to start of class. Internet and computer access required. System requirements: Adobe Reader 9; Flash Player 8.9 for Windows and Mac; or Flash Player 9 for Linux and Solaris.

BOOK A SPOT AT THE KROC Our Events Department can provide a number of services to assist you with the planning and production of your event. Schedule a tour today.

EMAIL specialevents@kroccda.org PHONE 208.763.0616 ONLINE kroccda.org/rentals.html

LECTURES. WEDDINGS. RETREATS. WORKSHOPS. PARTIES. CATERING. MEETINGS. PERFORMANCES.

HOST YOUR NEXT EVENT AT THE KROC CENTER.

Our unique gathering spaces are all housed under one giant roof and outfitted with state-of-the-art technical capabilities. No matter if you are planning a meeting, party, theater performance, or wedding, we invite you to come take a look.

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AQUATICS

& SWIM LESSONS POLO R E T WA OUTH IM Y S SW NS S E N O FIT LESSRD M I W A S GU LIFE ICATION IF CERT+ MORE

LET’S GET STARTED! TRY OUT FITNESS SWIM

PERSONAL SWIM COACHING

ADULT BEGINNER FITNESS SWIM

Beginners through competitive swimmers

Are you new to the pool or wanting

Do you love to swim for exercise but need a lit-

ages 6+ will benefit from working with a Kroc

to use the water to improve your fitness level?

tle help to improve the technique of your swim

Aquatics Personal Coach. Learn to swim, im-

This shallow water course is designed for you.

strokes? This course is taught in the Competi-

prove your strokes, train to meet your fitness

You will be taught in the Cove Lap area, by

tion Pool by experienced coaches who can help

goals, review basic water safety and lifeguard-

our top-notch experienced instructors, learning

you meet your goals. It is designed to prepare

ing skills, or perfect your flip turn. Our per-

strokes to use for improving your overall fitness.

you for fitness swimming, Masters Swim Team

sonal coaches will design an individual lesson,

The environment is perfect for those who prefer

or a Triathlon program. Join us for an hour of

a semi-private lesson, a small group lesson,

a shallow water setting and warmer water.

fun, fitness and enthusiastic instruction.

TUES/THURS, 8 LESSONS GOLD $35 SILVER $40

TUES/THURS, 8 LESSONS GOLD $35 SILVER $40

or a series of lessons to help you meet your personal fitness and swimming goals. Call the Aquatics Assistant at 208.763.0658 to schedule an appointment.

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS PER 1/2 HOUR:

CLASS #

DATES

33PAQ101 SEPT 17–OCT 10 33PAQ102 OCT 15–NOV 12* 33PAQ103 NOV 19–DEC19**

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AGES 15+ PUBLIC $50 TIME 6:30–7:30AM 6:30–7:30AM 6:30–7:30AM

*No class October 31. **No class November 26 & 28.

ADULT INTERMEDIATE FITNESS SWIM

CLASS #

DATES

33PAQ104 SEPT 17–OCT 10 33PAQ105 OCT 15–NOV 12* 33PAQ106 NOV 19–DEC19**

AGES 15+ PUBLIC $50 TIME 5:30–6:30AM 5:30–6:30AM 5:30–6:30AM

*No class October 31. **No class November 26 & 28.

GOLD $22 SILVER $25 PUBLIC $30

FIVE PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS PER 1/2 HOUR: GOLD $90 SILVER $100 PUBLIC $125 All prices are per person.

BUY MORE, SAVE MORE!

SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS PER 1/2 HOUR: GOLD $17 SILVER $20 PUBLIC $25

FIVE SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS PER 1/2 HOUR: GOLD $70 SILVER $80 PUBLIC $100 All prices are per person.

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MEET THE INSTRUCTOR

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BRANDY ANDERSON TOR KRO C SWI M INST RUC

Brandy grew up in Juneau, Alaska and has been swimming competitively since high school. She ran Cross Country and Track while at Western State, Colorado, befor e moving to Washington to complete her degre e in Elementary Education at Central Wash ington University. While there, she became assist ant coach to the Cross Country team. When she's not at The Kroc, Brandy spend s much of her time training for athletic events big and small, and has participate d in everything from the Boston Marathon and Escape From Alcatraz Triathlon to local events like the Moses Lake Olympic Tri and Hayden Sprint Tri. She was the overall female finisher at the Hayden Tri, and 3rd Overall at the CDA Tri. Brandy lives in Coeur d'Alene with her husband and three children. In her spare time, she loves biking, hiking, and boating with her family and spending time outdoors.

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AQUATICS

ADULT AQUATICS KROC ELITE SWIM CLASS PASS The Kroc Elite Swim Class Pass is a monthly pass that allows you to pick which Adult Aquatic Workouts you want to attend each week. Classes included are Masters Swim (morning and evening), Water for Lunch and Adult Water Polo. Pass holders may attend six workouts per week. A limited number of passes are available each season. Look for this icon to know which classes qualify!

KROC MEMBERS ONLY GOLD $58.50 SILVER $65 CLASS # 33PAQ107 33PAQ108 33PAQ109 33PAQ110

AGES 18+

DATES SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER JANUARY

TIME VARIES VARIES VARIES VARIES

KROC MEMBERS ONLY GOLD $45 SILVER $50 CLASS # 33PAQ111

AGES 18+

MASTERS: ADULT SWIMMING FITNESS & COMPETITION Kroc Masters Swimming is for adult swimmers who want to share their love of the water with others and

D RO ANY P-IN TIME ! FL E X PER CFEE $5 L ASS

who like to swim for fitness, fun, and competition (optional!). If you are an adult (18-108 years) and interested in stroke improvement,

DATES DECEMBER*

TIME VARIES

* Water for Lunch, Evening Masters and Water Polo end December 19.

swim workouts (adjusted to your ability level) and camaraderie, this group is for you. Morning Masters, coached by Mike Hamm, starts at 5:00AM. Swimmers are welcome to join the morning workout anytime between 5:00AM and 6:00AM. Cindy Clutter and Doug

ADULT WATER POLO

Whether you are a triathlete, serious competi-

Sign-up and join us for

tor, or fitness enthusiast, this is a fast paced

weekly Adult Water Polo

workout designed to give you structure and

sessions. Warm-ups and

direction with camaraderie on the side. Work-

drills will be followed by some quality playing

outs are designed to rotate between long slow

time. New and experienced players

distances, sprints, and some IM days.

welcome. Prerequisite: The ability to swim 200 yards and tread water is recommended. WEDNESDAYS, 4 CLASSES GOLD $10.50 SILVER $12

WATER FOR LUNCH

D RO ANY P-IN TIME ! FL E X PER CFEE $5 L ASS

AGES 15+ PUBLIC $15

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAQ112 33PAQ113

SEPT 11–OCT 2 OCT 9–30

7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM

WEDNESDAYS, 3 CLASSES GOLD $10.50 SILVER $12

AGES 15+ PUBLIC $15

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAQ114 33PAQ115

NOV 6–20 DEC 4–18

7:15–9:15PM 7:15–9:15PM

This class can be taken as a monthly program or as a drop-in flex fee class. MON–THURS GOLD $35

D RO ANY P-IN TIME ! FL E X PER CFEE $5 L ASS

AGES 18+ PUBLIC $50

SILVER $40

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAQ116 33PAQ117 33PAQ118 33PAQ119

SEPTEMBER* OCTOBER NOVEMBER** JANUARY***

NOON–1PM NOON–1PM NOON–1PM NOON–1PM

*No class September 2. **No class November 28. ***No Class January 1 & 2. MON–THURS GOLD $28

AGES 18+ PUBLIC $40

SILVER $32

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAQ120

DEC 2–19

NOON–1PM

LOOKING FOR OPEN REC & LAP SWIM TIMES?

PICK-UP A DROP-IN GUIDE! Available at the Front Desk an online at www.kroccda.org. Or, download daily pool schedules online at www.kroccda.org/hours.html

McCan will be coaching Evening Masters.

ABOUT MIKE HAMM, HEAD MASTERS COACH A passion for swimming and desire to help swimmers of all levels improve and succeed motivates Head Coach Mike Hamm to coach the team. Mike has an extensive competitive swimming and coaching background.

MORNING MASTERS SWIM MON/WED/FRI GOLD $35

SILVER $40

AGES 18–108YRS! PUBLIC $50

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

32PAQ200 33PAQ121 33PAQ122 33PAQ123 33PAQ124

SEPTEMBER* OCTOBER NOVEMBER** DECEMBER*** JANUARY†

5:00–7:00AM 5:00–7:00AM 5:00–7:00AM 5:00–7:00AM 5:00–7:00AM

*No class September 2. **No class November 29. ***No class December 25. †No class January 1.

EVENING MASTERS SWIM TUES/THURS GOLD $21

SILVER $24

AGES 18–108YRS! PUBLIC $30

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAQ125

SEPTEMBER

7:00–8:00PM

33PAQ126

OCTOBER*

7:00–8:00PM

33PAQ127

NOVEMBER**

7:00–8:00PM

33PAQ128

JANUARY***

7:00–8:00PM

*No class October 31. **No class November 28. ***No class January 2. TUES/THURS GOLD $17.50

SILVER $20

AGES 18–108YRS! PUBLIC $25

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAQ129

DECEMBER 3–19

7:00–8:00PM

PLUS, THE DROP-IN GUIDE ALSO INCLUDES GROUP EXERCISE SCHEDULES, OPEN GYM TIMES AND MORE!

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LEARN TO SWIM

SWIM LESSON TIPS & TRICKS

Help your child start out swim lessons on the right foot! • Evaluate your child’s swim ability and choose a class level, date and time. • Register for class online or at the Front Desk. Classes fill quickly. • Arrive early to check-in and familiarize your child with the facility. Please have your child ready for class at the start of the lesson time. • Families with an adult (18+) may use a cabana locker room. Please bring your own padlock if you wish to store your belongings in a locker. Group locker rooms are also available and located near the Competition Pool.

AMERICAN RED CROSS

SWIM LESSONS

CLASSES FOR INFANTS, TODDLERS & CHILDREN PARENT & CHILD SWIM LESSONS

PARENT & CHILD LEVEL 1 Parents are taught how to safely hold and work with their child in the water. Water exploration, games, and new water skills will make this class a fun experience for both of you.

AGES 6 MONTHS– 3 YEARS

Parents and children improve and expand the swimming and safety

PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS

Children may be new to the water or have prior experience. Swimmers

AGES 4-5 YEARS

rolling from front to back.

PARENT & CHILD LEVEL 2 skills learned in level one.

PRESCHOOL LEVEL 1 will explore being in the water through games and learn skills such as blowing bubbles, face in the water, floating, front and back glides and

PRESCHOOL LEVEL 2 Students in these classes will learn how to bob towards safety, front float, tread water, and swim with arm and leg action on front and on

• Have your child go to the bathroom before lessons. Children who are not potty trained must wear a swim diaper and plastic pants (available for purchase at the Front Desk) to prevent bathroom incidents in the pool.

back.

• Bring your child’s towel onto the pool deck. Keep your child warm before and after lessons.

swimming on back will be practiced.

• Check in at the Swim Lesson table in the Cove Pool. Please help your child remember the Instructor’s name and the class flag color. Pass this information on to anyone who may be bringing your child to lessons. • Please do not bring your child to swim lessons if they are ill. Please note: Make-up lessons are not available. • At the end of the set of lessons, your Instructor will recommend the appropriate class level for the next set of lessons. Class levels are frequently repeated to allow students to master skills and feel successful before moving on to a new level.

PRESCHOOL LEVEL 3 Swimmers will improve their freestyle form while increasing their stamina by swimming longer distances. Safety bobs, survival floats, and

LEARN TO SWIM LESSONS AGES 6+ YEARS

LEVEL 1: INTRO TO AQUATICS Students in this class may be new swimmers or comfortable in the water. Students will learn to blow bubbles, put their face in the water, back float, front glide, roll from front to back and back to front, and swim freestyle with good form for short distances.

LEVEL 2: AQUATIC FUNDAMENTALS These students will learn safety floats, jumping into the water, back glides, back stroke, elementary backstroke, and will continue to improve their form for freestyle.

LEVEL 3: STROKE DEVELOPMENT Students have mastered the basics of freestyle and backstroke, and are ready to learn rotary breathing. Swimmers will improve their elementary backstroke form, learn dolphin kick, and will be introduced to the deep water in the competition pool for treading water and beginning diving.

LEVEL 4: STROKE IMPROVEMENT While improving their rotary breathing, backstroke, and elementary backstroke students will learn butterfly, breaststroke, and will swim longer distances. Students will learn open turns for freestyle and backstroke and learn to dive from the side of the pool.

LEVEL 5: STROKE REFINEMENT Students can swim full lengths of the Comp Pool and will increase their stamina and speed in all strokes through swimming drills. They are ready to learn flip turns and competitive starts from the starting blocks. 24 FALL 2013

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LEARN TO SWIM

How To Sign-Up For Swim Lessons MEMBER

STEP ONE: Choose Your Child’s Skill Level STEP TWO: Pick Your Day of the Week STEP THREE: Pick Your Date Range STEP FOUR: Choose Your Time STEP FIVE: Register at the Front Desk or Online at www.kroccda.org TUESDAY/THURSDAY, 8 LESSONS OCT 15–NOV 12*

1:00–1:25PM

1:00–1:25PM

1:00–1:25PM

CLASS #33PAQ130

CLASS #33PAQ131

CLASS #33PAQ132

5:30–5:55PM

5:30–5:55PM

5:30–5:55PM

CLASS #33PAQ133

CLASS #33PAQ134

CLASS #33PAQ135

1:00–1:25PM

1:00–1:25PM

1:00–1:25PM

CLASS #33PAQ138

CLASS #33PAQ139

CLASS #33PAQ140

6:00–6:25PM

6:00–6:25PM

6:00–6:25PM

CLASS #33PAQ141

CLASS #33PAQ142

CLASS #33PAQ143

1:30–1:55PM

1:30–1:55PM

1:30–1:55PM

CLASS #33PAQ146

CLASS #33PAQ147

CLASS #33PAQ148

5:30–5:55PM

5:30–5:55PM

5:30–5:55PM

CLASS #33PAQ149

CLASS #33PAQ150

CLASS #33PAQ151

1:30–1:55PM

1:30–1:55PM

1:30–1:55PM

CLASS #33PAQ154

CLASS #33PAQ155

CLASS #33PAQ156

LEVEL 2

PRESCHOOL

AGES 4–5 YRS

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

AGES 6+

LEARN TO SWIM

LEVEL 2: AQUATIC FUNDAMENTALS

LEVEL 3: STROKE DEVELOPMENT

LEVEL 4: STROKE IMPROVEMENT

LEVEL 5: STROKE REFINEMENT

SEPT 14–OCT 26†

NOV 2–DEC 14†

8:30–8:55AM

8:30–8:55AM

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10:30–10:55AM

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5:30–5:55PM

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5:00–5:25PM

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6:00–6:25PM

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LEVEL 3

LEVEL 1: INTRO TO AQUATICS

GOLD $28 SILVER $32 PUBLIC $40

NOV 19–DEC 19**

LEVEL 1

PARENT & CHILD

AGES 6 MOS– 3 YRS

SEPT 17–OCT 10

BIG!

SATURDAYS, 6 LESSONS

GOLD $35 SILVER $40 PUBLIC $50

STUDENT SKILL LEVEL/AGE

S

SAVE

*No class October 31. **No class November 26 & 28. †No class October 5. †No class November 30.

QUESTIONS? CONTACT THE AQUATICS DEPARTMENT AT 208.763.0657.

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AQUATICS

WATER SAFETY

HELP OTHERS AND KEEP YOUR COMMUNITY SAFE IN THE WATER BY BECOMING A LIFEGUARD OR SWIM INSTRUCTOR.

Our recreational swim team works to improve strokes, build endurance, develop friendships, and help improve self esteem. Swimmers will be introduced to the four competitive strokes and have a chance to compete at the Kroc Center in an inter squad swim meet format. Head coach Doug McCan is an all American swimmer and former national age group record holder. Swimmers ages are 6-18, register your child based on his or her age. Squid Squad shirts and caps are available for purchase for those enrolled. Prerequisites: • Red Squad Ages 6-9: Must have successfully completed Learn to Swim Level 3, or equivalent skills. • Blue Squad Ages 10-13: Must have successfully completed Learn to Swim Level 3, or equivalent skills. • Silver Squad Ages 14-18: Must have successfully completed Learn to Swim Level 4, or equivalent skills. RED SQUID SQUAD MON/WED, 7 CLASSES GOLD $24.50 SILVER $28 CLASS #

DATES

33PAQ215 SEPT 9–30 33PAQ216 OCT 2–23 33PAQ217 OCT 28–NOV 18 33PAQ218 NOV 25–DEC 18*

AGES 6–9 PUBLIC $35 TIME 4:00–5:00PM 4:00–5:00PM 4:00–5:00PM 4:00–5:00PM

*No class November 27. BLUE SQUID SQUAD TUES/THURS, 7 CLASSES GOLD $24.50 SILVER $28 CLASS #

DATES

33PAQ219 SEPT 10–OCT 1 33PAQ220 OCT 3–24 33PAQ221 OCT 29–NOV 21* 33PAQ222 NOV 26–DEC 19**

AGES 10–13 PUBLIC $35 TIME 4:00–5:00PM 4:00–5:00PM 4:00–5:00PM 4:00–5:00PM

*No class October 31. **No class November 28. SILVER SQUID SQUAD MON/WED/FRI, 18 CLASSES GOLD $52.50 SILVER $60

AGES 14–18 PUBLIC $75

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAQ223

NOV 4–DEC 20*

3:30–5:00PM

*No class November 11, 27 & 29.

AMERICAN RED CROSS LIFEGUARDING CLASS

AMERICAN RED CROSS WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR CLASS

Participants will learn the skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies both in a pool and on land. This course is now taught in a blended learning environment where students will do some of their course work online. Note, class times will vary in length due to new format. Students will be required to complete online components assigned to them and then participate in skill sessions in the pool. Successful completion of this class is dependent on attendance, online course work, skills tests and written examination in all classes. You will then be certified in the following: • First Aid • AED • CPR for the Professional Rescuer • Lifeguarding Prerequisites: • Swim 300 yards continuously using a combination of freestyle and breaststroke. • Starting in the water, swim 20 yards using front crawl or breaststroke, surface dive 7–10 feet, retrieve a 10 pound object, return to the surface, swim 20 yards back to the starting point with object and exit water without using ladder or steps, within one minute and 40 seconds. • Tread water for two minutes without the use

Instructor candidates will learn the skills neces-

of hands. SAT/SUN, 4 CLASSES GOLD $63 SILVER $72

AGES 15+ PUBLIC $90

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAQ230

NOV 9–17

10AM–5PM

Registration ends November 7th. Pre-test is required prior to November 9th.

sary to teach water safety, including the Basic Water Rescue and Personal Water Safety courses, six levels of Learn-to-Swim, three levels of Preschool Aquatics and two levels of Parent and Child Aquatics. Learn to identify key elements and strategies for planning and preparing effective and safe swim lessons. Learn techniques to adapt teaching to meet unexpected challenges including behavior issues and the ability to accommodate participants with disabilities and other health conditions. Participation in all classes is required. Prerequisites: • Demonstrate Level 4 proficiency by swimming 25 yards each of front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke and 15 yards of butterfly; maintain position on back for one minute in deep water (floating or sculling); tread water for one minute. TUESDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD $175 SILVER $200

AGES 15+ PUBLIC $250

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PAQ225

NOV 12–DEC 17

4:00–9:30PM

Required Pre-Test November 5, 8:00PM

Depending on demand, Lifeguard Classes may be available at additional times. If you are interested in taking these classes, please call the aquatics department at 208.763.0657.

C.A.S.T

COEUR D’ALENE AREA SWIM TEAM

CAST is a year round competitive swim team that participates in local and regional swim meets hosted by USA Swimming. Swimmers compete against other swimmers in their age bracket in two year

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increments. Contact Bob Wood at 208-699-8008. Or check CAST out online at: www.swimcast.net.


TRIATHLON

AT THE KROC

TRIATHLON PERSONAL COACHING

LEARN HOW TO TRI SWIM

PRIVATE TRIATHLON LESSONS PER 1/2 HOUR: GOLD $22 SILVER $25 PUBLIC $30

TRI SWIM SMART

Beginners through intermediate triathletes will

FIVE PRIVATE TRIATHLON LESSONS PER 1/2 HOUR:

Perfect for the new triathlete or those seeking

benefit from working one on one with a Kroc

GOLD $90 SILVER $100 PUBLIC $125

to improve their swim technique. Athletes will

USAT certified Level 1 triathlon coach. Learn

All prices are per person.

build endurance and develop the technique

to swim, improve your stroke, bike and run

to swim with maximum efficiency. Focus is on

more efficiently, understand transitions, race

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building confidence in the water and preparing

day anxiety, and get a training plan to fit your

for open water swimming.

needs. Your personal coach will design an in-

SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS PER 1/2 HOUR:

dividual training plan for you or a semi-private

GOLD $17 SILVER $20 PUBLIC $25

training plan to do with a friend. Call the Aquatics Assistant at 208.763.0658 to sched-

FIVE SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS PER 1/2 HOUR:

ule an appointment.

GOLD $70 SILVER $80 PUBLIC $100

VIEW COACHING POLICIES ON PG 31.

All prices are per person.

TUES/THURS, 8 CLASSES GOLD $35 SILVER $40

AGES 15+ PUBLIC $50

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PMS101 33PMS102

NOV 19–DEC 19 NOV 19–DEC 19

6:30–7:30PM 7:30–8:30PM

*No class November 26 & 28.

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FITNESS & CLIMBING ING FENCT LOSS H WEIGHLETE T AT PMEN LO S DEVEOCK KID R K- MBING CLI ORE +M

PERSONAL FITNESS COACHING Work one-on-one with a qualified personal trainer to help you achieve your long-term fitness goals. Our personal training staff will work with you to develop the most effective individualized

program, and will motivate

and support you in remaining committed to your fitness program. Call the Fitness Desk at 208.763.0637 to schedule an appointment.

LET’S GET STARTED! PERSONAL FITNESS COACHING BODY COMPOSITION ANALYSIS: FREE FOR MEMBERS! $5 FOR PUBLIC

This fitness course is a prerequisite for teens

A fitness professional can help determine your

(ages 12*–14) prior to using The Kroc Center

body composition–the percentage of lean

Cardio & Weight area. Youth will learn the ba-

muscle mass versus body fat. This information

sics of fitness etiquette, tour the resistance and

will be helpful in the development of a per-

cardiovascular training areas, and learn proper

sonal fitness program and assist in setting at-

use of equipment. To register for a Smart Start

tainable fitness goals. Body Compositions are

class, please fill out a program enrollment form

done by appointment only. Please schedule

at the front desk, and then schedule your session

with Fitness desk at 208.763.0637.

with the fitness desk.

BUY MORE, SAVE MORE!

BUY FIVE 1/2 HOUR COACHING SESSIONS AND SAVE UP TO $25!

SILVER $4.50

PUBLIC $5

*Ages 12 considered with manager approval.

PERSONAL FITNESS COACHING PER 1/2 HOUR: GOLD $22 SILVER $25 PUBLIC $30

SMART START FOR TEENS GOLD $4.25

WEIGHT LOSS & HEALTH

LS

LIFE S CL ASKILL S

Pair these two classes together for maximum impact!

GOLD $90 SILVER $100 PUBLIC $125

TEAM WEIGHT LOSS CHALLENGE Sponsored by Pilgrim's Market Bring a friend, join a team and get healthy together. Teams of four will weigh in weekly with their assigned fitness coach. Weekly team results will be posted in the Fitness department and the team with the highest percentage of body fat lost at the end of the 6 weeks will be declared the winner. All participants receive a string bag! 6 WEEK EVENT AGES 13+ GOLD $18

Small Group Training is also available.

DATES

33PFT101

SEPT 29– NOV 9

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SILVER $20

CLASS #

Call our Fitness Team at 208.763.0637

PLU S, The w teaminning w receiv ill e Pilgrim 's cards gift !

New! HEALTHY LIVING & WEIGHT LOSS THROUGH NUTRITION Attend this lecture to learn how to achieve your goals and live a healthy lifestyle utilizing sound nutrition principles. Healthy living and healthy eating go hand in hand. This workshop will present the basic guidelines of nutrition and give you the knowledge you need to reach your goals. ONE DAY EVENT, FREE

AGES 13+

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PFT102

WED, OCT 16

6:30–8:00PM

Plus, check-out two great nutrition classes presented by Pilgrim's Market on page 19.


FITNESS & CLIMBING

YOUTH FITNESS YOUTH 4 ON 4 INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE

Kroc fitness coaches will take young adults

Girls and boys will learn fundamental soccer

through a fun, high energy experience with

skills each week, followed by a mini game. This

exercise and fitness games. Participants will

fast paced game encourages creative decision

build stamina, increase strength, improve core

making and strategic thinking.

endurance and utilize the TRX® (Total Body

Each session will be one hour, and will in-

Resistance Exercise). TRX® uses body weight

clude 30 minutes of instruction skills and

resistance to train young adults in building a

25 minutes of a mini game. Teams will have

positive self-image & increase self-confidence.

a minimum of six players and a maximum of

GOLD $10.50 SILVER $12 MONDAYS, 6 CLASSES

TEEN FIT

eight players. Teams will be formed from individual player registrations. All players participate in each mini game. SATURDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD $24.50 SILVER $28 CLASS # 33PFT103

TIME

NOV 2–DEC 14**

PUBLIC $15 AGES 11–17

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PFT109

OCT 28–DEC 9*

4:00–4:45PM

TUESDAYS, 6 CLASSES

AGES 4–6 PUBLIC $35

DATES

Th featuis class susp res TRX e trainnsion ing!

AGES 11–17

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PFT105

OCT 29–DEC 10*

4:00–4:45PM

WEDNESDAYS, 6 CLASSES

10:00–11:00AM

Registration Deadline: Oct. 19 Parent/Coaches Meeting: Oct. 29, 6PM

AGES 11–17

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PFT110

OCT 30–DEC 11*

4:00–4:45PM

THURSDAYS, 6 CLASSES

*You will be notified which team your child will participate on during the Parent/Coaches meeting. **No class November 30.

You Socc th Leag er ue

AGES 11–17

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PFT107

NOV 7–DEC 19*

4:00–4:45PM

*No class November 25, 26, 27, or 28.

KROC MEMBER CHALLENGES KROC BIKE CHALLENGE: TRAIL OF THE COEUR D’ALENES

KROC RUN CHALLENGE: THE IDAHO CENTENNIAL TRAIL

Challenge yourself to complete a 73 mile bike

Run or walk the 24 mile length of the Idaho

ride and post your mileage on the Kroc map of

Centennial trail at your own pace! Complete

the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes. Collect miles at

the length of the trail on treadmills, ellipticals,

your own pace, by riding on stationary bikes

or the track over the course of a month. Mul-

at The Kroc or participating in a Cycling class

tiple completions of the trail are possible. Kroc

(equals 10 miles). Kroc Coaches will be there

Coaches will be there to cheer you on and

to cheer you on and track your progress. All

track your progress. All participants receive a

participants receive a water bottle and an entry

string bag and an entry in the end of challenge

to the end of ride drawing! Earn additional en-

drawing! Earn additional drawing entries by

tries by completing designated sections of the

completing designated legs of the trail.

trail and by riding the trail multiple times.

1 MONTH EVENT GOLD $10

1 MONTH EVENT GOLD $10

6 lucky participants will win a

PILGRIM'S GIFT CARD!

TWO GREAT CHALLENGES, JUST FOR KROC MEMBERS!

AGES 13+ SILVER $12

CLASS #

DATES

33PFT112

OCT 1– 31

AGES 13+ SILVER $12

CLASS #

DATES

33PFT113

NOV 1– 30

THANKS TO OUR SPONSOR

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FITNESS & CLIMBING

FENCING

Climbing at The Kroc

FENCING WORKSHOP En Garde! Join us for this fun fencing workshop. You will learn the basics of this classic Olympic

K-ROCK KIDS CLIMBERS

discipline and have fun while learning. This work-

Climbers will learn safety, teamwork, balance,

INTRODUCTION TO OUTDOOR ROCK CLIMBING

shop will leave you wanting to learn more!

coordination, climbing etiquette, and com-

Climbers will learn to safely top rope out-

MONDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD $42 SILVER $48

mands. Kroc certified instructors will teach and

door rock climbs at Q’emlin Park in Post Falls.

coach to meet individual skill levels.

Learned skills will include setting and removing

AGES 11+ PUBLIC $60

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PFT114 33PFT115

SEPT 16–OCT 21 OCT 28–DEC 16*

6:00–7:00PM 6:00–7:00PM

*No class November 11 & 25.

KROC FENCING CLUB

SATURDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD $31.50 SILVER $36

AGES 7–10 PUBLIC $45

top rope anchors, safely belaying, and repelling. Climbers will also gain familiarity with

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

safe top roping climbs at Q’emlin Park. Climb-

33PFT119 33PFT120

SEPT 21–OCT 26 NOV 2–DEC 14*

10:30–11:30AM 10:30–11:30AM

ers will meet at the park 15 minutes prior to class beginning. Prerequisites: Kroc Top rope

Do you want to work to develop your skills in

*No class November 30.

belay certification and the ability to climb 5.7.

Fencing and learn more about the Foil, Sabre and

K-ROCK ‘N’ ROLL CLIMBERS

Épée? This club is for you! Prerequisite: Comple-

Climbing builds confidence, focus, and criti-

SATURDAYS, 3 CLASSES GOLD $35 SILVER $40

tion of The Kroc Center’s Learn to Fence program

cal thinking skills. Learn safety and movement

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

or similar fencing experience with instructor ap-

techniques for bouldering and rope climbing

33PFT124

SEPT 21–OCT 5

9:00AM–NOON

proval. Registration Ends: Oct. 7.

on The Kroc rock wall. Climbers of all ability

MONDAYS, 12 CLASSES GOLD $84 SILVER $96

AGES 11+ PUBLIC $120

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PFT116

SEPT 16–DEC 16

7:00–8:00PM

*No class November 11 & 25.

SENIOR FITNESS

levels are welcome. Kroc certified instructors

INTRODUCTION TO ROCK CLIMBING WORKSHOP

will teach and coach to meet individual skill

Come and learn basic climbing and safety

levels.

skills. Tie in, belay, and learn to use proper foot

FRIDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD $38.50 SILVER $44

AGES 11–14 PUBLIC $55

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PFT121 33PFT122

SEPT 20–NOV 1* NOV 8–DEC 20**

3:30–5:00PM 3:30–5:00PM

*No class October 4. **No class November 29.

Parents and children learn climbing skills to-

Join the newest class for seniors! Meet oth-

gether. Class will begin with parents and chil-

ers in the community while improving mobility,

dren receiving individualized instruction sepa-

gaining or maintaining strength, preventing falls

rately and then will be brought back together

and increasing flexibility in a circuit style class.

for the rest of the climbing sessions. Both the

Participant required to fill out a Physical Activity

parents and children will learn what fun it is to

Readiness Questionnaire. This small group class

climb and techniques to progress on the more

will meet in the gym and utilize the gym, upper

challenging routes. Class fee includes parent

weight circuit and indoor track areas.

and child enrollment.

MON/WED, 12 CLASSES GOLD $31.50 SILVER $36

WEDNESDAYS, 3 CLASSES GOLD $14 SILVER $16

AGES 55+ PUBLIC $45

overhangs plus friction and dynamic reaches. FRIDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD $4.25 SILVER $4.50

AGES 15+ PUBLIC $5

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PFT125

FRI OCT 11

7:00–8:00PM

AGES 4+ PUBLIC $20

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

33PFT117 33PFT118

SEPT 16–OCT 23 NOV 4–DEC 18*

10:00–10:55AM 10:00–10:55AM

33PFT123

OCT 23–NOV 6

6:00–7:00PM

PERSONAL CLIMBING COACHING

*No class November 25 & 27.

TRY OUT CLIMBING ON YOUR OWN SCHEDULE! LIKE TO CLIMB? TRY THE KROC’S OPEN CLIMB TIME!

DAILY CLIMB PASSES

Climb with a friend, a Kroc staff member, or using an auto belay device at select times each

ONE-DAY CLIMB PASS $4

day. Pick up a Kroc Drop-in Guide to see when the Climbing Wall is open. WWW.KROCCDA.ORG

CLIMB PUNCH PASS

GOLD $17 SILVER $20 PUBLIC $25 per 1/2 hr

Work one-on-one with a qualified climbing coach to

Climber may use auto belay or certificated belay partner during open climb time. Also includes up to 1-hour of staff belay. See drop-in guide for staff belay times.

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and climbing techniques such as laybacks and

KID ‘N’ ME CLIMBING

CIRCUIT MOVES & BALANCE FOR SENIORS

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AGES 15+ PUBLIC $50

6/$20

Member-Only Monthly Climbing Passes are also available! See page 5 to learn more.

help you learn climbing technique and strategy. Our personal training staff will work with you to develop an effective, individualized climbing program.

GROUP TRAINING: Small Group Training also available. Call our Climbing Team at 208.763.0637 for information.


POLICIES

KROC CENTER POLICIES FAMILY MEMBERSHIP DEFINITION

LOCKERS

SCHOOL'S OUT DAY CAMP POLICIES

One or two adults living in a household and depen-

Lockers are available at no charge. Guests are

DAY CAMP DROP-OFF/PICK-UP PROCEDURES

dents who are eligible up to the age of 19. At age

responsible for supplying their own lock and clearing

Day Campers are to be dropped off between

19, an individual with a disability or an elderly parent

locker after each use. The Salvation Army is not

9:00–9:30AM. Adults authorized to pick-up children

who is living in the same household will remain

liable for lost or stolen property.

(including parents) will be required to show identifi-

eligible for the Family membership. Verification of

MEMBERSHIP CANCELLATION POLICY

cation at pick-up. A Sign-Out Waiver Form must be

Membership fees are nonrefundable. In order to

completed by both parent and child for a camper

cancel a membership, members must submit a writ-

to be allowed to sign him/herself in and out of Kroc

family status and residency may be required. For example: tax return, utility bill, health insurance, etc. FULL-TIME STUDENT DEFINITION

ten request by the 10th day of the current month

Programs. When a child is given the authority to

A college student enrolled in 12 or more credits.

to cancel the automatic payment for the following

sign him/herself out, he/she is no longer in the care

Academic proof including class schedule and student

month. If a member cancels or if membership pay-

of The Kroc Center staff and standard Kroc Center

ID will be required annually.

ments lapse for more than 30 days, the appropriate

membership policies apply. 24-hour notification is

MEMBERSHIP PLANS

registration fee will be charged to reopen the

needed for late drop-off or early pick-up if the event

membership account. There is no fee charged for

has been pre-planned. A phone call to the Youth

cancellation.

Coordinator in the case of unexpected absence

Membership Plans are subject to change when the members age does not match the current Plans age

or schedule changes is required. Consistent late

range. The Kroc Center will automatically change

MEMBERSHIP CHANGE POLICY

your plan to fit the current plan for your age group.

Any requested change that affects the billing of your

You will be notified by mail when the change takes

membership must be submitted by the 10th of the

place.

month to be processed for the following month. If

Each student must have a parent or guardian sign

MONTHLY PAYMENTS/ONE-TIME ANNUAL PAYMENT

changes occur after the 10th of the month, please

a waiver (on the after school enrollment form) and

see the front desk for pro-rated amount. Member-

supply correct and updated medical information in

Membership fees can be paid monthly via recurring

ship downgrades and removal of family members

regards to their child(ren). Waiver(s) must be com-

credit card charge or electronic funds transfer (bank

are subject to a $20 change fee. Changes will take

pleted and signed prior to participation, preferably at

account debit). Pro-rated fees will be due at time of

effect immediately.

time of registration.

pick-ups may be penalized with a fee. WAIVER/MEDICAL FORMS

enrollment and may vary depending upon enroll-

CLASS AND PROGRAM CANCELLATIONS

INCLUSION

ment date. To complete electronic funds transfer

Full payment is expected at the time of enrollment.

If you foresee your child needing special accom-

process, a voided check must be provided with

No cash refunds are given unless the program is

modations and support, please fill

completed membership form. Membership fees for

cancelled by The Kroc Center. The Kroc Center will

out an Inclusion Request Form.

the following month will automatically be deducted

determine if a class needs to be cancelled due to low

MEDICATION DISTRIBUTION

from member bank account around the 20th of

enrollment 48 hours prior to the start of class. If the

In the case of medication distribution, parents must

the current month. Any requested changes must be

program is cancelled by The Kroc Center, you will

complete a Right to Distribute Medication Form. This

submitted prior to the 10th of the month in order to

be given the choice of a full credit or a cash refund.

releases The Kroc Center from liability for medication

be processed for the following month.

If you request to cancel your class enrollment five

that is required for distribution for the health of a

Annual payments may be paid in full by cash, check,

or more days prior to the first class, you will receive

child. Medication must be dropped off to Youth

a full credit on a Kroc Center gift card minus a $5

Coordinators in the original prescription container

processing fee or you may choose to transfer to

with your child’s name printed on the label and

another session if available. Requests made less than

placed in a plastic bag. Medication will be stored in

five days prior to the start date are not eligible for

Youth Coordinator’s office and administered at the

a refund or credit, except in the case of personal

time(s) and in the amount designated by the Right

emergencies. No credits or pro-rated credits will

to Distribute Medication Form. Parents must sign out

be issued for missed days of camp or class due to

medication at the end of each day and check back

illness, partial attendance, behavior issues, or any

in the following day. Any medication not brought in

other reason.

the appropriate container may preclude participation

GIFT CARDS

for your child on that day.

Gift Cards are available for purchase at the

VIEW KROC SAFETY INFORMATION ON PAGE 33.

major credit/debit card. Fees are equivalent to 12 monthly payments. The annual fee and required registration fee are due at time of enrollment. INSUFFICIENT FUNDS POLICY There is a $20 charge for each insufficient funds transaction. This places your membership on hold until payment is received. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE/SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM Scholarships are available for Kroc memberships, classes and programs. Eligibility is income based. See page 5 to learn how to apply.

front desk and can be used by recipient to pay for memberships, class and program fees, facility

EQUIPMENT

rentals, merchandise, and cafe items. They cannot

Free use of athletic equipment including volleyballs &

be used for class materials, theater & performance

basketballs. Available in the Gym.

tickets, vendor events or non-Kroc sponsored

GROUP/PERSONAL COACH POLICY

events. Gift cards must be used within two years of

Public drop-in access is intended for inclusive

purchase date, and are nonrefundable and cannot

recreational use; any external personal or group

be exchanged

training/coaching is prohibited. Contact the rental

for cash.

Schedules, Pricing, Programming and Policies subject to change without notice.

department for specific group requests. PERSONAL COACHING CANCELLATION POLICY Cancellation of a personal or group aquatics, or triathlon coaching session requires 24 hours notice.

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INDEX

PROGRAMS BY DATE SEPTEMBER

PAGE

OCTOBER

PAGE

NOVEMBER (CONT)

PAGE

SEPT 1

Sunday Sundae..............................10

OCT 1

SEPT 3

Preschool Connection.....................17

OCT 1

Plan for your Future: Youth............20

NOV 4

Forgiveness....................................19

SEPT 7

Lifeguard Crossover........................26

OCT 2

Red Squid Squad............................26

NOV 6

Adult Water Polo............................23

SEPT 9

Red Squid Squad............................26

OCT 3

Blue Squid Squad...........................26

NOV 7

Athletic Development for Youth.....29

SEPT 10

Blue Squid Squad...........................26

OCT 4

STCU Money Camp........................20

NOV 7

Couponing.....................................18

SEPT 11

Adult Water Polo............................23

OCT 4

School’s Out Day Camp....................9

NOV 7

Fun with Electronics.......................14

SEPT 12

Couponing.....................................18

OCT 6

Sunday Sundae..............................10

NOV 7

Intro to Watercolors.......................15

SEPT 14

Swim Lessons.................................25

OCT 7

Creative Teens................................15

NOV 7

A Charlie Brown Christmas.............16

SEPT 16

Community CPR.............................21

OCT 8

Grief Release Workshops................19

NOV 8

K-Rock N Roll Climbers...................30

SEPT 16

Circuit Moves & Balance

OCT 9

Adult Water Polo............................23

NOV 9

Surviving Adolescence:

for Seniors.....................................30

OCT 9

Tiny Tots & Tot Time.......................16

A Guide for Parents.......................20

SEPT 16

Athlete Development Features

OCT 10

Anxiety & Depression.....................19

NOV 11

Community CPR.............................21

TRX Training...................................29

OCT 11

Intro to Climbing Workshop...........30

NOV 11

Give Yourself a Boost with

SEPT 16

Kroc Church Membership...............11

OCT 12

How to Study the Bible..................11

Mini-Meals.....................................18

SEPT 16

Creative Youth...............................15

OCT 14

CPR Pro..........................................21

NOV 11

School’s Out Day Camp....................9

SEPT 16

Art Studio......................................15

OCT 15

Swim Lessons.................................25

NOV 12

Water Safety Instructor...................26

SEPT 16

Preschool Tap and Ballet.................14

OCT 15

Adult Fitness Swim.........................22

NOV 12

Let’s Cook and Learn Etiquette ......15

SEPT 16

Lyrical Dance..................................14

OCT 16

Healthy Living and Weight Loss

NOV 13

Nutrients To Optimize Your Athletic

SEPT 16

Acoustic Guitar..............................13

Through Nutrition..........................28

Performance..................................19

SEPT 16

Guitar and Song Writing Club........13

OCT 16

Conquering Credit Workshop.........20

NOV 14

Money Management......................20

SEPT 16

Fencing Workshop.........................30

OCT 17

Build a Robot.................................14

NOV 16

Date Night.......................................9

SEPT 16

Fencing Club..................................30

OCT 19

Date Night.......................................9

NOV 16

Kroc Men’s Ministry........................11

SEPT 17

Adult Fitness Swim.........................22

OCT 19

Kroc Men’s Ministry........................11

NOV 19

Tri Swim Smart...............................27

SEPT 17

Athletic Development for Youth.....29

OCT 21

Nutritional Needs of Seniors...........18

NOV 19

Swim Lessons.................................25

SEPT 17

Intro to Drumming.........................13

OCT 22

Cooking in Countries (Spain)..........15

NOV 19

Adult Fitness Swim.........................22

SEPT 18

Athlete Development Features

OCT 23

Kid n’ Me Climbing (Parent/Child)..30

NOV 20

Fall Dance Recital...........................14

TRX Training...................................29

OCT 24

Unhealthy Relationships.................19

NOV 25

Red Squid Squad............................26

SEPT 18

Healthy Transformations: A Medically

OCT 28

Red Squid Squad............................26

NOV 26

Blue Squid Squad...........................26

Managed Weight Loss Solution......19

OCT 28

Athlete Development Features

NOV 26

School’s Out Day Camp....................9

SEPT 18

Youth Jazz......................................14

TRX Training...................................29

NOV 26

Medicare 101.................................18

SEPT 18

Tiny Rockers & Rock n’ Rollers........16

OCT 28

The DASH Eating Plan....................18

NOV 27

School’s Out Day Camp....................9

SEPT 19

Athletic Development for Youth.....29

OCT 28

Creative Youth...............................15

SEPT 19

Understanding Pain and

OCT 28

Art Studio......................................15

How to Treat It ..............................18

OCT 28

Acoustic Guitar..............................13

SEPT 19

Intro to Acrylics..............................15

OCT 28

Guitar and Song Writing Club........13

SEPT 19

It’s the Great Pumpkin,

OCT 28

Fencing Workshop.........................30

Charlie Brown................................16

OCT 29

Blue Squid Squad...........................26

SEPT 20

K-Rock N Roll Climbers...................30

OCT 29

Athletic Development for Youth.....29

SEPT 20

Breakdancing.................................14

OCT 29

Intro to Drumming.........................13

SEPT 20

Kroc Freestyle Break Krew..............14

OCT 29

Medicare 101.................................18

SEPT 21

K-Rock Kids Climbers.....................30

OCT 30

Athlete Development Features

SEPT 21

Intro to Outdoor Rock Climbing.....30

TRX Training...................................29

SEPT 21

Date Night.......................................9

OCT 30

Tiny Rockers & Rock n’ Rollers........16

SEPT 21

Kroc Men’s Ministry........................11

SEPT 23

Healthy Eating & Cooking..............18

SEPT 23

Healthy Eating with Diabetes..........18

SEPT 24

Plan for your future: Adults............20

SEPT 24

Cooking in Countries (France)........15

SEPT 24

Medicare 101.................................18

SEPT 25

Parent Child Cooking & Nutrition

Workshop......................................18

SEPT 25

Managing Childhood Allergies.......18

SEPT 27

Game Night...................................19

SEPT 29

Team Weight Loss Challenge..........28

Kroc Bike Challenge.......................29

NOV 4

Managing Heart Disease................18

NOVEMBER

PAGE

DECEMBER

PAGE

DEC 1

Sunday Sundae..............................10

DEC 2

Creative Teens................................15

DEC 4

Adult Water Polo............................23

DEC 4

Tiny Tots & Tot Time.......................16

DEC 9

CPR Pro..........................................21

DEC 10

Let’s Cook and Learn Etiquette ......15

DEC 14

Date Night.......................................9

DEC 23

School’s Out Day Camp....................9

DEC 30

School’s Out Day Camp....................9

JANUARY

PAGE

JAN 2–3 School’s Out Day Camp....................9

NOV 1 NOV 2 NOV 2 NOV 2 NOV 2 NOV 3

Kroc Run Challenge........................29

MONTHLY

Swim Lessons.................................25

Press On..........................................................17

Youth 4 on 4 Soccer.......................29

Homework Help...............................................17

K-Rock Kids Climbers.....................30

Kroc Tutoring...................................................17

Scrapbook Boot Camp...................15

The Connection...............................................12

Sunday Sundae..............................10

Community Groups.........................................11

NOV 4

Silver Squid Squad..........................26

Women's Bible Study.......................................11

NOV 4

Circuit Moves & Balance for

Chapel.............................................................11

Seniors...........................................30

Masters Adult Swim Team................................23

PAGE

Kroc Elite Swim Pass........................................23 Water 4 Lunch.................................................23

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PROGRAMS BY AGE AGES 0-4 YEARS

PAGE

AGES 11 AND UP (CONT)

PAGE

KROC SAFETY INFORMATION

Date Night.........................................................9

Smart Start for Teens Fitness Orientation..........28

Kid n’ Me Climbing (Parent/Child)...................30

Squid Squad....................................................26

Parent/Child Cooking & Nutrition Workshop.....18

STCU Money Camp.........................................20

Parent Child Swim Lessons...............................25

Team Weight Loss Challenge............................28

children and vulnerable adults safe from physi-

Preschool Connection......................................17

The Connection: Youth Group.........................12

cal, emotional and sexual harm. We refer to our

Preschool Swim Lessons...................................25

AGES 15 AND UP

safety efforts as “Protecting The Mission.”

Preschool Tap and Ballet...................................14 Rock n’ Rollers.................................................16 Sunday Sundae................................................10 Tiny Rockers....................................................16 Tiny Tots..........................................................16 Tot Time..........................................................16 Youth 4 on 4 Soccer........................................29

AGES 5-10 YEARS

Adult Fitness Swim...........................................22 Adult Water Polo.............................................23 Anxiety & Depression.......................................19 Art Studio........................................................15

The Salvation Army is dedicated to keeping

Protecting The Mission guidelines ensure The Kroc Corps Community Center emphasizes safety in the following ways: • Salvation Army personnel (officers, employees and volunteers) are trained in child abuse

Body Composition Analysis..............................28

prevention and are mandated reporters of

Chapel.............................................................11

suspected child/vulnerable adult abuse.

Community CPR..............................................21 Community Groups.........................................11

• Salvation Army personnel undergo criminal

A Charlie Brown Christmas..............................16

Conquering Credit Workshop..........................20

Breakdancing...................................................14

Couponing......................................................18

Build a Robot...................................................14

CPR Pro...........................................................21

Creative Youth.................................................15

Forgiveness......................................................19

Fun with Electronics.........................................14

Game Night.....................................................19

It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown..............16

Give Yourself a Boost with Mini-Meals.............18

K-Rock Kids Climbers.......................................30

Grief Release Workshop-Adults........................19

• Instructors are trained in appropriate interac-

Let’s Cook and Learn Etiquette.........................15

Healthy Eating & Cooking................................18

tions with Kroc members to enhance learning

School’s Out Day Camp......................................9

Healthy Eating with Diabetes...........................18

by creating a safe and inviting environment.

Squid Squad Red..............................................26

Healthy Transformations..................................19

Swim Lessons...................................................25

Intro to Acrylics................................................15

Youth 4 on 4 Soccer........................................29

Intro to Watercolors.........................................15

Youth Jazz.......................................................14

Introduction to Climbing Workshop.................30

AGES 11 AND UP

background checks. • Adults accessing the facility may be screened against public sexual offender registry. • The Kroc Center maintains video surveillance of the facility 24 hours a day.

• Programs involving children are closely monitored to ensure adequate supervision and safe interactions between Kroc personnel and children.

Introduction to Outdoor Rock Climbing...........30 PAGE

Kroc Elite Swim Pass........................................23

• In order to promote a safe and secure environ-

Acoustic Guitar................................................13

Kroc Men’s Ministry.........................................11

ment, The Salvation Army Kroc Center has

Athlete Development Features TRX Training.....29

Kroc Personal Fitness Coaching........................28

placed video cameras in various locations.

Athletic Development for Youth.......................29

Lifeguard Crossover.........................................26

As part of our commitment to the safety of

Cooking in Countries (France)..........................15

Managing Childhood Allergies.........................18

children and vulnerable persons, The Salva-

Cooking in Countries (Spain)............................15

Managing Heart Disease..................................18

tion Army Kroc Center reserves the right to

Creative Teens..................................................15

Masters Adult Swim Team................................18

consult public sources to determine whether

Fencing Club....................................................30

Medicare 101..................................................18

any member or guest of any member poses

Fencing Workshop...........................................30

Money Management.......................................20

an unreasonable risk of harm to its patrons,

Grief Release Workshop-Teens.........................19

Nutrients To Optimize Athletic Performance.....19

staff, or visitors.

Guitar and Song Writing Club..........................13

Nutritional Needs of Seniors.............................18

Healthy Living and Weight Loss

Plan for your future: Adults..............................20

Through Nutrition (Ages 13+)..........................28

Scrapbook Boot Camp.....................................15

Homework Help...............................................17

Surviving Adolescence: A Guide for Parents.....20

Members & guests are encouraged to report

How to Study the Bible....................................11

The DASH Eating Plan......................................18

suspicious behavior. Forms for anonymous

Intro to Drumming...........................................13

Tri Swim Smart.................................................27

reporting, called Confidential Notices of Con-

K-Rock N Roll Climbers....................................30

Triathlon Personal Coaching.............................27

cern, are available at the front desk.

Kroc Bike Challenge.........................................29

Understanding Pain and How to Treat It...........18

The Salvation Army Kroc Center reserves the

Kroc Church Membership................................11

Unhealthy Relationships...................................19

right to remove from the facility and terminate

Kroc Freestyle Break Krew................................14

Water 4 Lunch.................................................23

the membership of any member who fails to

Kroc Run Challenge.........................................29

Water Safety Instructor....................................26

comply with any posted rules and regulation

Kroc Tutoring...................................................17

Women's Bible Study.......................................11

or otherwise breaches the Code of Conduct, in

Lyrical Dance....................................................17

AGES 55 AND UP

which case member will not be entitled to a

Personal Coaching...........................................28 Plan for your future: Youth...............................20 Press On..........................................................17

Circuit Moves & Balance for Seniors.................30

• The Kroc Center constantly adapts and enhances safety protocols to adjust to needs.

refund of dues.

Nutritional Needs of Seniors.............................18

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QUICK AGE REFERENCE

A GREAT PLACE TO GROW! This chart represents facility age policies.

Our number one priority is safety of all our members. All age limitations are designed and enforced with this thought in mind.

KROC ACTIVITY

0-6 7-10 11-12 13-14 15-17 YRS YRS YRS YRS YRS

Play Care With Adult On-Site Cove Pool With Adult Supervision In Water Indoor Playground With Adult Supervision Rock Climbing With Adult Supervision/Waiver on File Walk/Jog Track With Supervision (15+) The Zone and Gym With Supervision (15+) Competition Pool With Adult On-Deck Cove Pool With Supervision On-Deck (15+) 7-10 Play Care With Adult On-Site Competition Pool Rec Swim Without Adult With Deep Water Swim Test Check-In Without Adult The Zone Without Adult Gym Without Adult Cove Pool Rec Swim Without Adult Walk/Jog Track Without Adult Rock Climb Without Adult, With Signed Waiver on File Competition Pool Lap Swim Without Adult Group Exercise Class With Adult Open Aqua/Open River With Adult Fitness Machines With Smart Start Class Fitness Machines and Free Weights With Adult Belay Certification/Waiver on File Fitness Machines and Free Weights Without Adult Group Exercise Class Without Adult Open Aqua/Open River Without Adult

CODE OF CONDUCT & DISCIPLINE POLICY In order to facilitate positive life experiences while at The Kroc Center, mutual respect between members, guests, and staff is required at all times. Failure to observe these policies will result in disciplinary action and/or termination of membership privileges. Kroc personnel have the right to refuse service to anyone deemed disruptive or abusive. The Kroc Center reserves the right to conduct background checks on all members and day pass users. 1 | C  hildren under the age of 11 must be accompanied in The Kroc Center. See age chart to left for more information. 2 | R  efrain from the use of foul language, abusive actions, and inappropriate behavior. 3 | L ost membership cards must be reported and replaced within 30 days. There is a $5 fee to replace a membership card. 4 | No one under the age of 13 is allowed in the Fitness Area unless participating in a Kroc Center program or class. Members 12–14 may use the Fitness Area after successfully passing the Smart Start for Teens program or with a participating adult. 5 | N  o swimwear or wet clothing is allowed outside of aquatic areas. Swimwear must be acceptable in a family setting. 6 | P roper workout attire is recommended in fitness area. Clothing design, including logos or messages on apparel, and all visible tattoos must be acceptable in a family setting. 7 | B  icycles, roller blades, skateboards, scooters or pets (excluding service animals) will not be allowed inside the facility. 8 | A  lcohol and/or drugs are not allowed anywhere on the premises. 9 | S moking and/or use of any type of smokeless tobacco products are prohibited in the facility or on facility grounds. 10 | W  eapons of any kind are not permitted on the premises. 11 | W  ith exceptions to special dietary restrictions, outside food is not allowed at The Salvation Army Kroc Center. 12 | T he Kroc Center reserves the right to terminate membership in response to any immoral or illegal activity by a member.

The Kroc Center considers a parent/guardian or anyone 18 or older an adult, when supervising children.

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COMMUNITY PROGRAMS, PG 17

AQUATICS, PG 22

DANCE CLASSES, PG 14

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