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2013 Winter/Spring Program Guide

Jan 7 to June 7

It’s easy!

sign-up for classes online! See pg. 5 for more

Sign-up early for the best class selections!

info!

Dec. 17–19: Gold Members Early Enrollment | Dec. 20: Open Enrollment

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Operating Hours & Facility Closures Operating Hours Mon–Fri: 5am–10pm Sat: 7am–9pm Sunday: 8am–6pm

Plus

, Pic drop k up a -in gu ide for p sche ool dule

facility closures & holiday hours Jan. 1

| New Year’s Day, Closed

Mar. 31 | Easter, Closed† May 27 | Memorial Day, 8AM–6PM* *No drop-in fitness classes or Play Care offered on holidays with special hours. †

Open for church service only at 10am.

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. Feb. 9, 10:30AM–2:30PM | Breaststroke Clinic Mar. 9, 9:30AM–6:30PM | Masters Swim Meet Mar. 22, 5:30–9:30PM | Spokane Rec. Meet

Contact Us

General Information 208.667.1865 Aquatics.................................... 208.763.0658

Winter/Spring 2013

Birthday Parties..................... 208.763.0632 Business/Accounting............. 208.763.0628 Catering..................................... 208.763.0616 donations................................. 208.763.0627 Facility Rentals....................... 208.763.0616 Fitness......................................... 208.763.0637 group inquiries....................... 208.763.0632 Kid’s Camp & After School... 208.763.0618 marketing................................. 208.763.0629 Memberships............................. 208.667.1865 Ministry/church..................... 208.763.0624 Triathlon training................ 208.763.0641

A note from the Majors.

Play Care/Child watch......... 208.763.0646

The Kroc Center is more than just a fitness club—it’s a community. This new year, our resolution is to help you meet your physical, mental, or spiritual goals in a warm and caring environment. With a wide variety of classes ranging from fitness, to health and wellness, aquatics, and arts & culture, The Kroc Center is up to the challenge.

Scholarships............................ 208.763.0596

Looking for guidance on how to meet your goals? Our staff are here to help! Stop by The Kroc’s front desk or fitness desk at anytime and ask us about our new classes, programs and events.

Majors Ben and JoAnn Markham

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Programming........................... 208.763.0641 VOLUNTEERING........................... 208.763.0618

Published by The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center 1765 W. Golf Course Road Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 83815 • 208.667.1865 www.kroccda.org


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2 | welcome Contact Information

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3 | general information Membership Information/Rates

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Kroc Scholarship Program Development

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7 | Kroc for Kids Play Care/Child Watch School’s Out Day Camps

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Spring Break 10 | KROC CHURCH

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About The Salvation Army

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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.

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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.

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

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Join The Kroc community.

KROC MEMBERSHIP

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. 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 memberships.

Kr Memoc Bonber us

kroc Silver membership

kroc Gold membership

Aquatic Center

Multi-Activity Gym

Cardio Fitness & Weight Center

Fitness Equipment Orientation

The Zone Game Room

Private Changing Cabanas

Silver members save at least 10% off the public price on Classes and Programs. Gold members save even more!

Activity

Get added discounts & benefits around town!

Members of The Kroc Center not only get access to a state-of-the-art fitness and aquatics facility, but can also use their membership card around Coeur d’Alene to get many additional discounts and benefits from other local businesses! Just show your membership card and save big.

3 Free Fitness Coaching Sessions

Show Your Membership at the Following Locations & Save:

Free Drop-in Land Fitness Activities

Free Drop-in Water Fitness Activities

10% Off Room Rentals and Birthday Parties

Pre-registration Opportunities

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PMS 072

See ad on page 33. C: 100, M: 74, Y: 00, K: 00

See ad on page 9. R: 0, G: 85, B: 167

plus, thank you to our other sponsors Black

Kroc Monthly Membership Rates Membership Type

Kroc Kroc gold Silver

Adult (19-61 Years)

$42

$31

Family† (up to 5 people)

$74

$59

Family† (More than 5 people)

$84

$69

Membership Type

Kroc Kroc gold Silver

Full-Time Student*

$32

$23

Senior (62+ Years)

$32

$23

Teen (12-18 Years )

$22

$16

Youth (0-11 Years)

$15

$9

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 Family definition in Member Policies on page 35.

See Full-Time Student definition in Member Policies on page 35.

*

Reversed White See ad on page 17.

See ad on page 3.

Sign-up today! Choosing the perfect membership for you and your family is easy. To sign-up, visit www.kroccda.org

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to download a membership form. Applications and payment can be submitted to the front desk. Schedules, Pricing, Programming and Policies subject to change without notice.


Day Passes Not a member? Purchase a Day Pass for access to the Aquatic Center, Fitness Area, Gym, Game Room, and Public Areas during open hours. Rock climbing and drop-in classes available for an additional fee. A photo ID is required for anyone 18+ when purchasing any Kroc pass.

facility day pass rates

How to Register for Kroc Programs Sign-up at the Front Desk Download a Program Enrollment Form

Adult (19-61)

$10 per day ($9.43 plus tax)

Teen

$8 per day ($7.55 plus tax)

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)

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

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

drop-in class pass Class Passes for Silver and non-members are available for purchase at the front desk or online. All attendees are required to pick up a class token up to 2-hours prior. Unless otherwise noted, the minimum age for drop-in classes is 13–14 years with an adult, and 15+ without an adult. Exceptions may be made with permission of instructor. to class. Instructors are subject to change. Minimum attendance may be required for a class to take place. Gold Member

FREE: Included in membership

Silver Member

$3.50 per class

Non-Member

$5 per class

206.298.4130. Remember to include

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

your payment information!

Enroll early. Most Classes fill quickly! Payment, Refunds & Cancellations • The Kroc Center accepts cash, check, Visa and MasterCard. 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. • 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.

flex fee class pass

• Schedules, pricing, programming and policies subject to change without notice.

Flex Fee Classes are available to members and guests.

For a full list of The Salvation Army Kroc Center’s Policies, please see page 35.

Purchase at the front desk up to 2 hours prior to class. Bring your receipt for entry into class. Gold Member

$4.25 per class

Silver Member

$4.50 per class

Non-Member

$5 per class

Kroc Scholarship Program

Climbing passes

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

Membership or day pass required to purchase a one-day

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

climb pass and punch pass. Climbers may use auto belay

access to the facility and programs.

or certificated belay partner during open climb time.

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

one-Day climb Pass Also includes up to 1-hour of staff belay. See drop-in guide for staff belay times.

$4

and return it completed with copies of your household income documents for

climb Punch Pass

6/$20

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

verification. When you return your application and are approved, you will be enrolled

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

Member only Monthly Climbing Passes Individual Pass* Family Pass*

Kroc gold

Kroc Silver

$25

$35

$40

$60

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

Climbing certifications New Belay Certification**

$25

Re-Certification

$15

**

Within 5 years of last certification.

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

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

life sk c l a i ll ss as part of the eligibility requirements, all scholarship renewal applicants must have attended two Life Skills Classes, or have attended one Life Skills Class and be an active volunteer at The Kroc Center. learn new skills that can be used for a lifetime. Starting in January 2013,

The Life Skill icons scattered throughout the Program Guide will help you determine which classes are eligible for a scholarship renewal credit. For more information about Kroc Scholarships, please call 208.763.0596 or email scholarships@kroccda.org. winter/spring 2013

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Kroc member spotlight: dexter yeats Kroc Member and local legend, Dexter Yeats, moved to

The Kona race got off to a great start, but in the transi-

Coeur d’Alene in 2010 to discover two things: that Coeur

tion from swim to bike, Dexter jammed her toe. By the

d’Alene was home to Ironman and The Kroc Center. Dex-

end of the 112-mile bike ride the pain in her foot was al-

ter had previously been a triathlete, and The Kroc Center

most unbearable. ”Can I do this?” she asked herself. With

pools, fitness equipment and encouraging staff were

the help of her family along the way and a little Tylenol,

matched with her own admirable desire to once again

Dexter ran the entire 26.2 miles with a broken toe and

compete, this time as an Ironman of Coeur d’Alene.

completed the race with 51 minutes to spare.

Dexter swam 2–3 miles a day, four days a week in

Dexter is an inspiration to us all. She is currently training

preparation for Ironman. She also biked around 100 miles

for Ironman 70.3 Hawaii and loves The Kroc Center’s

a week with friend and Kroc Aquatics Manager, Nancy

Water for Lunch Class

Lowery. On June 22nd, 2012, Dexter not only finished

(see page 27 to learn more).

the race but came in first for the 65–69 female age division, granting her a spot at the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii.

Learn more about Kroc Triathlon classes on page 28.

The Kroc Center is a God-send. —Dexter Yeats, Ironman and Kroc Member

Is ADD/ADHD AffectIng Your fAmIlY?

F

US

An Integrated Therapeutic Approach

My son began the FOCUS program in August of 2012, just before the start of a new school year. Normally, this is an extremely difficult transition and is full of anxiety for him, and by extension, the rest of our family. To our great delight, he transitioned smoothly. By the end of the first 12 weeks, he was doing far better than expected in every area. His coordination, which had previously been deeply lacking, had improved dramatically. His ability to cope with transitions both at home and at school was dramatic. And, to my GREAT surprise, my son, who had never wanted to participate in any extra curricular activity, begged to take the strings class offered after school. He took on the difficult violin as his instrument. To the amazement of all who know him, he has excelled in his violin class. In December, I watched with tears as he took part in his first ever violin concert.

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He is continuing on another 12 week round of FOCUS and every day he is getting more self-assured, his peripheral vision is improving, and his health has never been better. It is very dramatic to say that anyone “saved our lives.” In our case, in a very, very real sense, being in the care of Dr. Amy has saved our son’s life. We have knowledge to take charge of our own health and we have hope. We see the changes in our son and we know his future is bright, because he is waking up to things he likely never would have before this program. We can’t thank Dr. Amy and Dave Spoelstra enough; nor can we overstate the value of what they are doing. –CDA Mom


Kroc for kids Club 7–10 Play Care Day Camps Spring Break Date Night

Calling all kids, youth & teens! From Play Care and the more structured Club 7–10, to The Zone for teens, The Kroc has everything to make sure your kids stay busy and have fun.

Play Care

11+

The Kroc Game Room is the perfect place for

3thmruo 6 yrs

The Kroc Center provides a safe environment for your child while you participate

Get into the zone!

ages

families and friends to hang out and have fun. Kids 11 and older can be in The Zone alone. Kids

in any activity in the facility. Play Care is first-come, first-served for children 3

10 and under are welcome in The Zone accom-

months to 6 years. Space is limited. Two hour maximum per day. Adult

panied by an adult or a responsible teen (15+).

must remain on-site. Monthly passes are available.

Play care hours for ages 3 months thru 6 years Mon–Fri

8am–7:30PM

Saturday

8:30AM–2PM

Sunday

9:30–11:30AM*

*Reserved for Kroc Church Sunday School

zone staffed Hours

Play care rates

kroc Kroc gold silver public

MON–fri 3–9PM

Single Day Use, per Child

$4.50

$5

$6

SUNDAY NOON–5PM

$27

$30

$35

Monthly Pass: 1st Child 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.

saturday NOON–8PM

Fun activities every day! Zone staff run a fun activity every day. These activities will be posted on The Zone Facebook page and displayed on the community boards in The Zone. Every day is different, so come have fun and get connected!

Monthly Activities One big group activity happens every month!

Club 7–10

Starting january 7 • monday–friday, 3–7:30pm

7–1s0 yr

Check out the chalk boards in The Zone to make sure you get in on the fun! Follow The Zone on Facebook for updates on events & activities! www.facebook.com/thezonekroccda

The Kroc Center now offers a weekday Play Care option for older kids, ages 7–10. While you work-out or attend a class, we’ll keep your kids busy with fun, structured activities including games, crafts, age-appropriate movies, homework help and more! Play Care Rates apply (see above). Space is limited. Two hour maximum per day. Adult must remain on-site.

Huckleberry Hollow Indoor Playground

1u0n d&e r

A fun place for children ten and under who are accompanied by an adult. Open to the public during scheduled hours.

Huckleberry hollow Hours

free!

MON–FRI 1–8PM SATURDAY

7AM–8PM*

SUNDAY NOON–5:30PM *Closes at 6pm Jan. 26, Feb. 23 & Mar. 30 for Date Night.

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Kroc for kids Woohoo!

School’s Out Day Camp

Kroc Day Camps

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 provides quality programming when school is not in session. Each day of the week is action packed with activities like swimming, rock climbing,

Host your next Party at The Kroc! Pool Party or Climbing Party

120

$

Learn more at kroccda.org or call us at 208.763.0632.

cooking, crafts, games and more. Campers will be entertained and supervised by staff who are

Spring Break Savings! Sign

dedicated to strong family values and having fun. A daily fee is charged for

-up for th e entire wee & save big!k

each session, lunch and snack are provided. AGES 6–13 gold $30

Silver $35

public $44

Class #

Dates

Time

31PCA101

Mon, Jan 21

9:00AM–4:00PM

31PCA102

Mon, Feb 18

9:00AM–4:00PM

31PCA103

Mon, Apr 1

9:00AM–4:00PM

31PCA104

Tues, Apr 2

9:00AM–4:00PM

31PCA105

Wed, Apr 3

9:00AM–4:00PM

31PCA106

Thurs, Apr 4

9:00AM–4:00PM

31PCA107

Fri, Apr 5

9:00AM–4:00PM

Date Night

Day Camp Policies Day Camp Drop-Off/Pick-Up Procedures Day Campers are to be dropped off between 9:00–9:30AM. Adults authorized to pick-up children (including parents) will be required to show identification at pick-up. A Sign-Out Waiver Form must be completed by both parent and child for a camper to be allowed to sign him/herself in and out of Kroc Programs. When a child is given the authority to sign him/herself out, he/she is no longer in the care of The Kroc Center staff and standard Kroc Center membership policies apply. 24-hour notification is needed for late drop-off or early pick-up if the event has been pre-planned. A phone call to the Youth Coordinator in the case of unexpected absence or schedule changes is required. Consistent late pick-ups may be penalized with a fee. Waiver/Medical Forms Each student must have a parent or guardian sign a waiver (on the after school enrollment form) and supply correct and updated medical information in regards to their child(ren). Waiver(s) must be completed and signed prior to participation, preferably at time of registration. Inclusion If you foresee your child needing special accommodations and support, please fill out an Inclusion Request Form. Medication Distribution In the case of medication distribution, parents must complete a Right to Distribute Medication Form. This releases The Kroc Center from liability for medication that is required for distribution for the health of a child. Medication must be dropped off to Youth Coordinators in the original prescription container with your child’s name printed on the label and placed in a plastic bag. Medication will be stored in Youth Coordinator’s office and administered at the time(s) and in the amount designated by the Right to Distribute Medication Form. Parents must sign out medication at the end of each day and check back in the following day. Any medication not brought in the appropriate container may preclude participation for your child on that day.

Go membld ers

8

$

per ch per nigild, ht

Reconnect with your loved one over dinner and a movie—or whatever you like—while The Kroc Center provides quality programming and entertainment for your kids. saturday, 1 day event Ages 3 mo–11 yrs gold $8 Silver $9 public $12

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Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL141 31PCL142 31PCL143

sat, Jan 26 sat, Feb 23 Sat, Mar 30

6:00–9:00pM 6:00–9:00pM 6:00–9:00pM


Break Gym games

April 1–5, 2013

at The Kroc

Free movies

1 2

Pool games Free movies all week! • Wreck-it Ralph • Rise of the guardians • Frankenweenie • Hotel Transylvania • paranorman

Open To th Publice !

Climbing

Zone

All activities are free to members and day pass users. Open to all ages.

Rec Swim Hours, April 1-5 MON/WED/fri: 12:30-3PM, 3:30-5:30PM, 6-8Pm Tues/thurs: 12:30-3PM, 3:30-5:30PM

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EAT WELL • BE ACTIVE • ENJOY LIFE

OPEN DAILY 11AM–10PM Coeur d’ Alene 202 W. Ironwood Dr. Ironwood Square Shopping Center 676-1199 Post Falls 740 Cecil Rd. The Plaza across from Wal-Mart 777-9588

www.topthisidaho.com

% off

your entire purchase at the Coeur d’Alene & Post Falls Top This.

No coupon necessary. Show your Kroc membership card to receive discount.

plus!

Get a FREE Coffee with any purchase at our Coeur d’Alene & Post Falls Locations! At our Post Falls location, call ahead and reserve a Party Room for FREE (a $25 value!). winter/spring 2013

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kroc church Chapel community groups Bible 101 youth group

Welcome to Kroc Church—a

A celebration of the gospel.

place where all types of

At Kroc Church, we don’t gather to put on a show or impress one another. We strive to be hon-

people from different walks

that motivates us. We hope to point our community to Jesus.

of life gather to study the

The Salvation Army Kroc Center allows us a number of different ways to create community. It

Bible, worship God, spend

est about who we are, and our goal is to simply glorify God with our lives; it is the grace of God Kroc Church is a group of people with a common desire to follow and love Jesus. Being part of 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.

time with friends and serve our community in many different ways.

Main sunday Service 10am, Worship Theater, Everyone welcome 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 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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kroc church

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

mid-week worship

Invest in one another’s lives and impact our community as followers of Jesus all week long. Women’s Bible Study Thursdays, 10:30–noon, ages 18+ All women are invited to share a time of worship including study, small group discussion, prayer, and fellowship.

around Kootenai County in Community

Chapel Thursdays, noon–12:30pm

Groups. We worship together, study

Join fellow believers and Kroc staff for a time of

together, have fun together and seek

worship and a short devotion in the Zone.

Church meets during the week all

to share Jesus’ love with our

Kroc Men’s Ministry

neighborhoods together.

Men of Kroc Church rise up! Join others in service, fellowship and study through this dynamic and

Community Groups meet in: • Coeur d’Alene • Dalton Gardens • Downtown • Post Falls

evolving ministry. To sign-up or to learn more email mensministry@kroccda.org.

For a list of current groups, visit www.kroccda.org/ministries.html, call 208.763.0606 or email

Missed a Sunday sermon? Download the podcast online. Missed Sunday’s message? No problem. Stay current with Sunday services by listening to our sermon podcasts. Visit kroccda.org/church.html to learn more.

krocchurch@kroccda.org.

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kroc church

Kroc Church Classes

Middle & High School Church activities Kroc Church in The Zone for members & day-pass users!

Students are invited to discover what this Bible

Bible 101

Corps Cadets

Looking for a place where your kids can go

thing is all about. We are taking an honest ap-

Do you feel like a leader or want to be de-

have fun and learn more about ministry? The

proach to understanding what the Bible teach-

veloped as a leader? At Kroc Church we feel

Zone is staffed with positive role models who

es and how it applies to our lives. No experi-

our leadership potential is connected directly

are trained in youth ministry. Plus, we’re now

ence needed. Afterwards we will hang out and

to our spiritual growth in Christ. This class will

offering a new class in The Zone that strives to

play in the gym, The Zone, and more!

offer an online community forum and a once

teach kids about the power of Christ.

a month meeting on the last Monday of each

Keep track of what’s going on in The Zone with

month. The Corps Cadets curriculum will grow

our Facebook page:

you spiritually and challenge you to see every-

facebook.com/thezonekroccda

tuesdays, 14 Classes Ages 11–18 Free $5 donation Recommended Class #

Dates

Time

31PCH104

Jan 8–Jun 4

4:30–5:30pM

day as an opportunity to be a leader by living a life for Christ. To sign up for this class, please

the connection: middle & high school Youth Group

contact Chris Haas at chris.haas@usw.salvationarmy.org or call 208.763.0620. last monday of every month, 4 Classes Ages 13–21 Free $5 donation Recommended Class #

Dates

Time

31PCH105

Jan 28–apr 29

3:00–5:00PM

The Connection: Middle & High School

Kroc Church membership

The Connection is a youth group for middle

The Salvation Army Kroc Center’s mission is

and high school students that meets weekly

to preach Jesus and meet needs in His name.

at The Kroc Center. Its goal is to introduce

The soldiers and members of Kroc Church are

students to Jesus so that they will love the

on the front lines of this battle. If you have

Lord and be passionate about loving and

attended Kroc Church for a while and would like to know what it means to get more involved, join us for this six week

serving others. life sk cl assill

free!

introduction. Sundays, 6 Classes Ages 14+ Free $5 donation Recommended

Dinner and Discipleship every 1st & 2nd Wed, 6:00–8:30pm This is for students who want to know more and have questions about Jesus and what it’s

Class #

Dates

Time

like to really live the way He calls us to. Dinner

31PCH101

JAN 13–FEB 24*

11:30am–1:30PM

will be served at 6pm. Bring your Bibles and get ready to grow in the Word of God and

*No class February 3.

have a ton of fun.

Mondays, 6 Classes Ages 14+ Free $5 donation Recommended Class #

Dates

Time

31PCH102

Apr 8–May 13

6:00–8:00PM

Worship Night every 3rd Wed, 6:00–8:30pm

Get connected to Kroc Student Ministry! like us on Facebook Kroc Student Ministry is on Facebook! Like us to get all the latest details on events, fun outings, Youth Group and Serve Night. Parents are welcome to like us too. It’s a great way to keep track of your teen’s activities. facebook.com/TheKrocCenterConnection

Receive text messages Sign-up to receive text messages from The Kroc student ministry department and get the inside scoop on field trips, youth group and more. To sign-up, email krocconnect@kroccda.org and let us know if you are interested in Student Ministry, Kroc Zone, Parent Ministry, or all three!

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

Kroc Church Parents

How to Study the Bible

shipping through music and prayer.

We here at The Kroc exist to Encourage, Equip,

If the Bible is really the Word of God, why do so few people read and understand it? This

Serve Night every 4th Wed, 6:00–8:30pm

class will teach you how the Bible was

Students gather to give back to our community

written, how to make sense of it when you read it, and a variety of ways to

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free!

help you study it consistently. Sunday, 1 Class Ages 14+ Free $5 donation Recommended Class #

Dates

Time

31PCH103

Sun, Mar 10

9:00AM–Noon

for all they have been given through Jesus.

Youth Council, April 5–7 The Salvation Army is hosting a Youth Retreat at Camp Arnold in Seattle. Don’t miss this weekend filled with amazing worship, deep teaching of God’s Word, connecting with new friends and high ropes courses. If you are interesting in attending contact our Youth Ministry Coordinator at 208.763.0620.

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and Engage. We want to make ourselves available to you anytime you have a question, comment, or concern about your teen. Feel free to contact the Kroc Ministry Youth Coordinator at 208.763.0620 or email us anytime at krocchurch@kroccda.org.


community education Money camp HOmework help Health lectures Games CPR

Help your family learn and grow together. From toddlers to seniors, there is a Kroc Community Education class that someone of every age can benefit from.

cpr

Technology

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american red cross community first aid/cpr/aed

February is technology month at

Learn how to be a community responder who

The Kroc! Join us for one, or all four of these

can act in emergency situations by recognizing

Introduction to iProducts classes. You will

and providing care for life-threatening emer-

learn the basics of some of the most

gencies. This course is offered in a blended

advanced technology products cur-

learning format, including online learning fol-

rently available, the iPhone, iPad, iTunes

lowed up with an instructor-led skill session.

and iMac. Bring your iProducts to these

Each participant will be contacted prior to

hands on workshops.

class and will be required to bring the online course certificate of completion to class.

The iSeries

new lower price

monday, 1 Class Ages 15+ gold $28 Silver $32 public $40 Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL101 31PCL102 31PCL103

Mon, JAN 14 Mon, MAR 11 Mon, MAY 13

6:00–8:00PM 6:00–8:00PM 6:00–8:00PM

Registration Deadline: One Week Prior to Class

American red cross CPR/AED for professional rescuers and health care providers This course is designed to train professional level rescuers to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults, children and infants. Note, it does not contain a First Aid component. This course is offered in a blended learning format, including online learning followed by an instructor-led skill session. Each

new

iPhone Tuesday, 1 Class Ages 12+ gold $5 Silver $6 public $8 Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL106

Tues, Feb 5

6:30–8:00PM

iTunes Tuesday, 1 Class Ages 12+ gold $5 Silver $6 public $8 Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL107

Tues, Feb 12

6:30–8:00PM

iPad Tuesday, 1 Class Ages 12+ gold $5 Silver $6

public $8

Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL108

Tues, Feb 19

6:30–8:00PM

iMac Tuesday, 1 Class Ages 12+ gold $5 Silver $6 public $8

participant will be contacted prior to class and

Class #

Dates

Time

will be required to bring the online course cer-

31PCL109

Tues, Feb 26

6:30–8:00PM

tificate of completion to class. Upon completion, you will receive your American Red Cross Certification for Professional Rescuer CPR, AED. monday, 1 Class Ages 18+ gold $31 Silver $36 public $45 Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL104 31PCL105

Mon, Feb 11 Mon, Apr 15

6:00–8:30PM 6:00–8:30PM

new lower price

Community Education Highlights preschool Connection Help your child experience the joy of learning with a solid and fun educational foundation. Page 14.

Health & Wellness Learn about nutrition basics, anxiety, ADHD and more at a variety of free health and wellness lectures. Page 16.

community cards Friendly competition with a great group of people. Join us for free Community Cards every first and third Wednesday. Page 17.

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community education

Youth Education 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. tues/thurs Ages 3–6 Prices are monthly gold $112 Silver $125 public $157 Class #

Dates

Time

23PCL101

sept 4–May 30*

8:30–11:00aM

homework help, grades 6–12 Mon–Fri, 3:00–5:45pm

Kroc Tutoring 45 minute sessions

Free

gold $18

Suggested donation $5

Silver $20

public $25

The Kroc Center provides free homework help

Looking for more in-depth guidance on school

and a healthy snack for students grades 6–12.

work? One-on-one tutoring is available for

Free transportation is provided from Lakes,

students in grades 6–12. Register at the front

Canfield and Woodland Middle Schools to

desk and you will be contacted by a Kroc staff

The Kroc Center. Students may work on home-

member to schedule your 45-minute sessions

work, projects or study skills with Kroc staff. Af-

with a tutor.

ter homework is complete, students will have the

Keep your kids busy and active after school! Check-out The Kroc’s Youth Art Workshops on page 18, and Athletic Development for Youth on page 31.

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 #31PCL148

Thanks to our sponsor Of Kootenai County

ou! y k n a h T

tues/thurs Ages 3–6 Prices are monthly gold $112 Silver $125 public $157 Class #

Dates

Time

23PCL102

sept 4–May 30*

noon–2:30pM

Your continued support of The Kroc Center helps families and children in our community.

*No class November 20, November 22, December 25, December 27, January 1, January 3, March 28, April 2 and April 4.

Only

120

$ Giving Middle School students more of the experiences, opportunities and relationships they need to be successful. 5 Core Requirements help increase students’ capacity to thrive. 1. Mentor Relationship: In Partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters 2. Team Huddles: Leadership & Life Skills Development 3.

Academic Enrichment

4. Bible Study 5. Play: Discovering Gifts Through Kroc Programs

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Scholarships are also available.

for the full school year! Class #23PCL131

Sign-up at The Front Desk Today! You will be contacted by a Kroc Staff member to schedule a time to meet you and your student.

Your donation makes a difference. For less than $1 per day (only $353 per year) you can support a Press On student and help make a difference in a local youth’s life. Thanks to our sponsor


all classes on this page are life skill classes

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community education

Community Support

Continuing Education What does your future look like once you grad-

free! Common Cents: Understanding money & credit

Grief Release Workshops for teens and adults

uate from High School? Will you go to college?

Learn how to take control of your financial

Do you know what you want to study? This

situation, create a budget, monitor your prog-

Grief comes in many forms, such as loss of a

class will help you in planning for your future

ress, manage the flow of income and expens-

loved one, unemployment, divorce, empty nest

career. Explore your interests and talents and

es, comparison shop and protect your assets.

syndrome, and more. Whatever your loss, this

how they might lead to a potential career,

Through careful planning and use of money

workshop gives you the opportunity to meet

learn where to receive the necessary training,

management skills and techniques, you can

others who share similar life experiences and

and develop research techniques to help you

feel more confident about your ability to live

to support and be supported. Join us as we ad-

make an informed decision about a career fit.

within your means, handle emergencies, re-

dress these issues in a practical, step-by-step

Includes the Complete IDEAS career interest

duce debt, and save for the future. Workbook

healing process. For more information contact

test to help identify potential careers.

included. Brought to you by Money Manage-

Joanie Dwyer at 208.676.0632.

Tuesday, 1 Class Ages 14–18 Free $5 donation Recommended

tuesdays, 5 Classes Ages 13–18 gold $10 Silver $10 public $10 Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL110 31PCL111 31PCL112

Jan 15–Feb 12 mar 5–apr 9* Apr 30–May 28

6:30–8:30pM 6:30–8:30pM 6:30–8:30pM

Dates

Time

31PCL144 31PCL145 31PCL146

Jan 15–Feb 12 mar 5–apr 9* Apr 30–May 28

6:30–8:30pM 6:30–8:30pM 6:30–8:30pM

Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL117

Tues, feb 12

3:30–5:30pM

Plan for your Future: Adults free! Do you want to go to college, need some train-

tuesdays, 5 Classes Ages 18+ gold $10 Silver $10 public $10 Class #

Plan for your Future: Youth free!

ing on the job, or can you hit the ground running? 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, and develop research techniques to

*No class April 2.

help you make an informed decision about a

Forgiveness

new free!

career fit. Includes the Complete IDEAS career

Forgiving someone for a wrong committed can

interest test to help identify potential careers.

be difficult. But it seems that holding on to a

Tuesday, 1 Class Ages 18+ Free $5 donation Recommended

grudge actually gives them power over us. In this class, we will talk about the Biblical perspective of forgiveness and how our letting go

Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL118

Tues, feb 19

6:00–8:00pM

can actually free us from so much pain. Wednesday, 1 Class Ages 16+ Free $5 donation Recommended Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL113

Wed, Feb 20

6:00–8:00pM

ment International. tuesday, 1 Class Ages 15+ Free $5 donation Recommended Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL121 31PCL122

tues, Mar 12 tues, Apr 16

5:30–8:00pM 5:30–8:00pM

free!

Money Camp

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. Brought to you by STCU. Sign-up required. Limited space available. Sign-up online at http://www.stcuteens.org/camp/ thursday, 1 class ages 11–14 free $5 donation Recommended Dates

Time

thursday, Mar 28

9:00am–noon

Couponing: Raking in the savings

new

free!

You will learn the basics of couponing and how to shop at some of our local stores with a store-by-store guide. This class will give you resources that will make saving even easier in-

Life Skill Classes

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New this year, Life Skill classes are specifically designed to help you and your family learn new skills. Starting in January 2013, as part of the eligibility requirements, all scholarship renewal applicants must have attended two Life Skills Classes, or have attended one Life Skills Class

cluding LOCAL DEALS! If you are already couponing, we also welcome you to attend since it is an opportunity to meet other couponers and pick up a few tips! Thursdays, 1 Class Ages 15+ Free $5 donation Recommended

and be an active volunteer at The Kroc Center, in order to renew. The Life Skills icons scattered

Class #

Dates

Time

throughout the Program Guide will help you determine what classes are eligible for a scholar-

31PCL124 31PCL125 31PCL126

Thurs, Jan 10 Thurs, Feb 7 Thurs, mar 7

5:30–8:00pM 5:30–8:00pM 5:30–8:00pM

ship renewal credit. See a full list of current Life Skill classes at www.kroccda.org/lifeskills.html.Find out more about Kroc scholarships on page 5.

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community education

Lecture Series

all classes on this page are life skill classes

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free!

Lecture series

Dr. Joseph Abate, Chief Medical Officer at Dirne Community Health Center, has organized panels of health care professionals from around the community to share their expertise on chronic pain, weight management and depression.

Nutrition Basics with Eat Smart Idaho

Maintaining a healthy weight (weight, weight, don’t tell me)

As we age it is more important to stay active

Local experts come together to share their

and eat right than ever before. Join experts in

experience in this FREE workshop about main-

the field to discuss the role of diet and exercise

taining a healthy weight. Hear from physicians,

as well as tips to help take care of your joints

registered dieticians and other health care pro-

and examples of low impact exercises that in-

fessionals on specific topics such as: is weight

crease flexibility and stability.

gain inevitable; exercise and weight management; eating to maintain a healthy weight;

Staying Healthy in your senior Years

Class #

Dates

Time

sleep apnea.

31PCL129

Thurs, Mar 21

6:00–8:00pM

Thursday, 1 Class Ages 15+ Free $5 donation Recommended Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL127

Thurs, Jan 17

6:00–8:00pM

ADHD

Join Eat Smart Idaho in a

tHursday, 1 Class Ages 15+ Free $5 donation Recommended

weight gain and diabetes; and weight gain and

Unhealthy Relationships

new

Even healthy relationships can benefit from education and community, but this becomes especially important when the relationship is

new

unhealthy. In this session local experts discuss

Attention-deficit/hyperactive disorder affects

substance abuse, self-harm, and the tendency

people of all ages. For some ADHD is so persis-

for the victim to cover up abuses.

tent that it interferes with our school or work lives, but people with ADHD can be very suc-

Class #

Dates

Time

role of counseling, medical and non medical

31PCL130

Thurs, APR 18

6:00–8:00pM

dren with ADHD.

Anxiety Being anxious is a normal reaction to stress.

tHursday, 1 Class Ages 15+ Free $5 donation Recommended Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL128

Thurs, Feb 21

6:00–8:00pM

six week series focusing on healthy eating. Each week will feature its own topic: Fruits

But what happens when your anxiety overwhelms you? Local experts will discuss the importance of exercise, meditation, a proper diet and introduce cognitive behavioral therapy as ways to lessen anxiety.

vegetables,

of your food dollars, and physical activity. Wednesdays, 6 Classes Ages 15+ Free $5 donation Recommended Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL132 31PCL133

Jan 23–Feb 27 May 1 –Jun 5

1:00–2:00PM 1:00–2:00PM

Healthy Eating and Cooking Managing a low sodium, heart healthy, or diabetic diet can be a challenge and trying new recipes can be expensive. Please join us for these fun, free cooking classes – watch recipes being prepared, learn about healthy cooking Mondays, 3 Classes Ages 15+ Free $5 donation Recommended Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL134

Jan 28–FEB 11

Noon–1:00PM

Healthy Eating with Diabetes The Healthy Eating with Diabetes workshop has been taught for the past 11 years and has worked with over 900 people with diabetes. Managing your diabetes can be hard, please join us for a series of three classes to learn more about healthy eating habits and other

tHursday, 1 Class Ages 15+ Free $5 donation Recommended Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL131

Thurs, May 16

6:00–8:00pM

great tips for long term health. MOndays, 3 Classes Ages 15+ Free $5 donation Recommended Class #

Dates

Time

31PCL135 31PCL136

Feb 25–Mar 11 May 13–27

1:00–3:00PM 1:00–3:00PM

For more health & Wellness classes see page 30. • Team Weight Loss Challenge • Weight Loss Obstacles Class • Maximize your Fat Loss Open Forum

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and

grains, dairy, meal planning, making the most

techniques and sample some fabulous recipes!

tHursday, 1 Class Ages 15+ Free $5 donation Recommended

cessful. Join experts in the field to explore the treatment, and strategies for adults and chil-

free!

Sponsored by


kroc community games Community Cards & free! WII Games in the Zone

Join us for an evening of warm fellowship

1st & 3rd Wednesdays of Every Month

and an invigorating game of Mexican Train

Enjoy a morning of fun as you strategize the

dominoes. Refreshments will be available

best way to play your cards to win each hand.

and prizes will be available in a variety of

Will you get a Rainbow or be able to Bid

categories!

Board? Rainbow Rummy is easy to learn, keeps everyone in the game and is great for social-

mexican train game night free !

Ages 14+ suggested $5 donation

izing as you change tables during the game. Beginners welcome! Wii bowling, tennis, and other exciting games will also be available!

Dates

Time

friday, January 4 friday, March 1 friday, May 3

6:00–8:30pM 6:00–8:30pM 6:00–8:30pM

1st & 3rd Wednesdays Ages 18–108! free to kroc members $2 suggested donation for public Dates

Time

feb 6–may 15*

9:00–11:00aM

*No class April 3.

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 winter/spring 2013

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Arts & culture dance Gardening Art Tot Time Youth Theater Media workshops

Arts & Culture Highlights kids in the kitchen Kids ages 5–10 will learn cooking basics while exploring foreign cuisine from France, Spain, and Mexico. Page 21.

spring dance recital Join us as the Kroc dance and acoustic guitar classes perform at the spring season’s grand finale. Page 20.

adult crafts & fine arts classes Explore a variety of creative mediums, including photography, painting, and needlework. Page 19.

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Develop your talent and pursue your dreams with a variety of Arts & Culture classes at The Kroc. Whether you love to paint, dance, act or perform, we have a class designed just for you.

Youth Art Workshops Winter Wonderland Workshop

Spring Theme Workshop

Class will focus on four main art components:

Class will focus on four main art components:

Drawing, Painting, Clay and Print Making, all in

Drawing, Painting, Clay and Print Making, all in

the Winter Wonderland Spirit!

the theme of Spring!

supplies are included

supplies are included

thursdays, 4 Classes Ages 5–9 gold $14 Silver $16 public $20

thursdays, 4 Classes Ages 5–9 gold $14 Silver $16 public $20

Class #

Dates

Time

Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC101

Feb 28–Mar 21

4:00–5:30PM

31PAC102

May 9–30

4:00–5:30PM

Teen Art new Workshops

Adult Art Workshops

Learn to work as a team to create beautiful

Learn to make your own greeting cards, using

pieces of art. This season we will be holding

paper, stamps, embossing and more. Design

two Teen Art Workshops. In the first four week

your very own unique candles by learning the

class we will be working with various media

art of Candle Stamping. Great for either home

including Stained Glass, Word Collages, Graf-

décor or gift giving. What do you get when

fiti Art and Tie Die. The second four week

you mix canvas and photos? Altered Canvas!

class will focus on making Ceramics, Stepping

Bring your favorite photos and make an Al-

Stones, a Mural and Bleach Shirts. Don’t miss

tered Canvas using a painting canvas, pictures,

out on these new, one-of-a-kind workshops!

paper, stamps and more!

supplies are included

supplies are included

workshop one: Stained Glass, Word Collages, Graffiti Art and Tie Die thursdays, 4 Classes Ages 10–17 gold $33 Silver $38 public $48 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC103

Jan 17–Feb 7

4:00–6:00pm

workshop two: Ceramics, Stepping Stones, a Mural and Bleach Shirts thursdays, 4 Classes Ages 10–17 gold $33 Silver $38 public $48 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC104

apr 11–may 2

4:00–6:00pm

Greeting Cards Thursday, 1 Class Ages 18+ gold $10 Silver $12 public $15 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC105

thurs, Apr 18

9:30AM–noon

Candle Stamping Thursday, 1 Class Ages 18+ gold $10 Silver $12 public $15 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC106

thurs, Apr 25

9:30AM–noon

Altered Canvas Thursday, 1 Class Ages 18+ gold $10 Silver $12 public $15 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC107

thurs, may 2

9:30AM–noon


Arts & culture

Classes for adults Crafts & Fine Art Hobbies Classes

Dance Classes

intro to outdoor photography: capturing Spring Scenes

intro to watercolor painting

open ballroom dancing

Learn the fundamentals of drawing and watercolor

Come and Swing, Fox Trot, and Waltz to your

painting. Classes will cover the study of color, value,

favorite ballroom tunes. Open Ballroom is not a

Capture the colors of the flowers and foliage

material preparation and watercolor techniques.

formal dance class but a time to practice. Meet

that surrounds them in this photography class.

Class includes drawing and composition.

new friends, share dance steps with others and

This class combines outdoor shooting (weather permitting) with classroom instruction in order to develop skills that will help you become a better photographer. We will discuss aperture and shutter settings, ISO settings, the rule of thirds, understanding a histogram and the

enjoy gliding across the beautiful maple wood

supplies are included thursdays, 6 Classes Ages 18+ gold $52 Silver $60 public $80 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC111

Jan 17–Feb 21

9:30AM–noon

floor. No advanced sign-up needed. Leather sole or non-marking soft sole shoes required. tuesdays, flex fee class $5 Ages 15+ Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC117

Jan 8–May 23

7:30–9:45pm

golden hours. This class is designed for the

intro to acrylic painting

beginner to intermediate skill level. Bring your

Learn to draw and paint using the vibrant col-

country line dancing

camera.

ors found in acrylic media. Classes will cover

Line dancing is about moving to the beat of

the study of color mixing, value, texture and

country music and dancing with a group rath-

material preparation. Class includes drawing

er than with a partner. Learn some new dances

and composition.

by joining us for these energetic evenings of

Saturday, 2 Classes Ages 18+ gold $28 Silver $32 public $40 Class #

Date

Time

31PAC108

May 4–11

9:30AM–noon

Learn to knit Come learn the basics of knitting. If you already know how to knit, come anyway! We will supply the materials to create fun, seasonal projects. Take part in the social interaction. supplies are included wednesdays, 4 Classes Ages 15+ gold $35 Silver $40 public $50 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC109

Jan 16–Feb 13*

4:00–5:00pm

*No class January 23.

supplies are included

new price!

pure fun and rhythm. Non-marking tennis

thursdays, 6 Classes Ages 18+ gold $52 Silver $60 public $80 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC112

Feb 28–Apr 11*

9:30AM–noon

*No class April 4.

mixed media: drawing and painting (advanced) Supply lists available at front desk. Work in either acrylics or watercolor. This class will concentrate on drawing techniques, understanding perspective and eye-level, devel-

shoes or soft leather soled shoes required. No boots please. thursdays, 4 classes Ages 15+ gold $22 Silver $25 public $32 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC118 31PAC119

Feb 28–Mar 21 May 2–23

7:45–9:15pm 7:45–9:15pm

Thank you!

opment of individual compositions, color mix-

Learn to crochet

ing, and materials preparation. We will review

Learn about hook sizes, reading patterns, dif-

basic watercolor technique. Acrylics will be

ferent stitches, switching color and working in

taught using the transparent overlay technique

rounds. If you already know how to crochet,

called imprimatura.

come anyway! Enjoy working on fun, seasonal projects in a social environment. supplies are included

tuesdays, 6 Classes Ages 18+ gold $52 Silver $60 public $75 Class #

wednesdays, 4 Classes Ages 15+ gold $35 Silver $40 public $50 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC110

Feb 27–Mar 20

4:00–5:00pm

Dates

Time

31PAC113

Jan 15–Feb 19

9:30AM–noon

31PAC114

feb 26–apr 9*

9:30AM–noon

31PAC153

apr 16–may 21

9:30AM–noon

Your continued support of The Kroc Center helps families and children in our community.

*No class April 2.

Bring your own projects and supplies and join in the opportunity to learn something new! There will be a teaching demo included in the day. one day event Ages 15+ gold $14 Silver $16 public $20

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Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC115

sat, Feb 16

9:00am–9:00PM

31PAC116

sat, APR 20

9:00am–9:00PM

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Arts & culture

Youth & Teen Dance preschool tap and ballet Young dancers will learn the fundamentals of both ballet and tap while developing self confidence, poise and coordination. The ballet portion of the class teaches technique and body alignment through interactive games and singing. The tap portion will focus on rhythm, timing and creating music with the feet. Wear active style clothing. Bare feet or ballet slippers. Tap shoes required. Required final performance will be at Spring Dance Recital on May 29, see below for more information. mondays, 16 Classes Ages 3–4 gold $100 Silver $115 public $144 Class #

Dates

31PAC138 Jan 14–May 20*

Time 9:00–9:45am

mondays, 16 Classes Ages 4–5 gold $100 Silver $115 public $144 Class #

Dates

31PAC139 Jan 14–May 20*

Time 10:00–10:45AM

*No class January 21, February 18 & April 1.

Registration Ends: February 4.

new

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

Kroc Breakdancing Krew

bines spinning on the knees, hands and back;

Are your kids looking to be

Breakdancing incorporates hip-hop music and

bodypopping; and creating ‘windmills’ with the

part of our very first Break-

legs. You will learn the four primary elements

dancing Team? Join The Kroc Break Krew, an

of breakdancing: top-rock, downrock, power

advanced Breakdancing team at The Kroc Cen-

moves and freezes. At the end of each session

ter. Learn more intense moves, including bigger

students will put on a performance for family

spins and higher flips. Prerequisite: Breakdancing

and friends. Wear non-marking athletic shoes

I and instructor approval. Required final perfor-

and loose clothing. Required final perfor-

mance will be at Spring Dance Recital on May

mance will be at Spring Dance Recital on

29, see below for more information.

May 29, see below for more information.

Fridays, 16 Classes gold $100 Silver $115

Fridays, 16 Classes gold $100 Silver $115 Class #

Ages 5–10 public $144

Dates

31PAC142 JAN 18–May 24*

Time 4:15–5:00PM

Fridays, 16 Classes gold $100 Silver $115 Class #

Ages 11–14 public $144

Dates

31PAC143 JAN 18–May 24*

Time 3:30–4:15PM

Youth Jazz I

*No class January 25, February 15 & April 5.

Jazz dance is a blend of ballet technique and Broad-

Registration Ends: February 4.

Class #

Ages 5–10 public $144

Dates

31PAC144 JAN 18–May 24*

Time 5:00–5:45PM

Fridays, 16 Classes gold $100 Silver $115 Class #

Ages 11–14 public $144

Dates

31PAC145 JAN 18–May 24*

Time 8:00–8:45PM

*No class January 25, February 15 & April 5.

Registration Ends: February 4.

way-style performance. Students will learn fundamental dance techniques and how to move with proper body alignment. Dancers will gain flexibility, strength, coordination, and become confident per-

Meet Shanner Escalanti, Breakdancing Instructor

formers. All moves and music are age appropriate.

Shanner has been teaching breakdancing for kids ages 5–14 at The Kroc

Wear active style clothing. No shoes required. Bare

for 2 ½ yrs. He has over 20 years of dance experience, and his profes-

feet are fine. Required final performance will

sional experience includes a Superbowl half time performance and other

be at Spring Dance Recital on May 29, see be-

performances around the world. Shanner has been teaching in Eastern

low for more information.

Washington and North Idaho for the last 10 years, and owns a dance

wednesdays, 16 Classes Ages 5–10 gold $100 Silver $115 public $144

studio in Spokane called Tangled Roots.

Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC140

Jan 16–May 22

4:00–4:45PM

*No class January 23, February 20 & April 3.

Registration Ends: February 4.

Youth Jazz II Beyond the Basics! This class will expand your child’s Jazz knowledge and techniques. If your child has never taken a Jazz class before the instructor recommends that they sign up for Jazz I. However, they will have the opportunity to advance to Jazz II throughout the season, based on their skill and ability and instructor approval. Jazz shoes required for Jazz II. wednesdays, 16 Classes Ages 5–10 gold $100 Silver $115 public $144 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC141

Jan 16–May 22

4:45–5:30PM

*No class January 23, February 20 & April 3.

Registration Ends: February 4. 20 winter/spring 2013

Spring Dance Recital

Wednesday, May 29, 6:30pm

Mandatory dress rehearsal: 5:30pm

fre e!

tap • ballet • jazz BReakdancing • acoustic guitar Join us in The Kroc Theater for our Spring Dance Recital showcasing the youth tap, ballet, jazz, breakdancing, and acoustic guitar classes!


Arts & culture

Parent & Toddlers

new

Youth Cooking

Lights. Camera.

!

Action

Youth Theater

Tiny Tots

Kids in the kitchen

You and your 1–2 year old are invited to join

Bon Appetite! We will transform our kitchen

our Tiny Tots community as we explore the

into a French Ristorante, making authentic

Watch some of your favorite fairy tales come to

sights and sounds of the world around us. Tiny

French Cuisine. Your children will also have the

life on stage! This season we will be entering

Tots will motivate young minds, bodies and

chance to learn a little of the French language.

the imaginations of Brothers Grimm in the pro-

imaginations through song, dance, and lots of

Other countries we will explore are Spain and

duction of “Snow White”, Oscar Wilde in “The

hands-on activities.

Mexico, making authentic tapas (appetizers)

Happy Prince” and Hans Christian Anderson’s,

from Spain and tacos from Mexico! Your chil-

“The Emperor’s New Clothes”. Your child will

dren will learn about these countries and their

have the chance to audition for 1 of 10 characters. Every child who signs up will be cast in

Wednesdays, 4 Classes Ages 1–2 gold $21 Silver $24 public $30 Class #

Dates

Time

culture, customs and geography in the process.

31PAC128 31PAC129 31PAC130

JAN 9–30 MAR 6–27 MAY 8–29

9:15–10:00AM 9:15–10:00AM 9:15–10:00AM

France Tuesday, 1 Class Ages 5–10 gold $14 Silver $16 public $20

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.

Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC122

Tues, Feb 19

4:00–5:30PM

Spain Tuesday, 1 Class Ages 5–10 gold $14 Silver $16 public $20 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC123

Tues, MAr 19

4:00–5:30PM

the production. We will perform for family and friends at the end of each session.

new The Happy Prince Tuesdays, 6 Classes Ages 5–10 gold $52 Silver $60 public $75

Wednesdays, 4 Classes Ages 3–4 gold $21 Silver $24 public $30 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC131 31PAC132 31PAC133

JAN 9–30 MAR 6–27 MAY 8–29

10:30–11:15AM 10:30–11:15AM 10:30–11:15AM

Tiny rockers Have fun laughing, playing and dancing during 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, 4 Classes Ages 1–2 gold $21 Silver $24 public $30 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC134 31PAC135

Feb 6–27 Apr 10–may 1

9:15–10:00AM 9:15–10:00AM

rock ‘n’ rollers Your kids will take the next step in exploring the incredible potential of movement. Through rhythm, dance and free play this high energy class will keep your toddlers excited to come back for more! Kids only class. Wednesdays, 4 Classes Ages 3–4 gold $21 Silver $24 public $30 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC136 31PAC137

Feb 6–27 Apr 10–may 1

10:30–11:15AM 10:30–11:15AM

Mexico Tuesday, 1 Class Ages 5–10 gold $14 Silver $16 public $20 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC124

Tues, APR 16

4:00–5:30PM

Youth Gardening Your kids will learn the basics about fruit and

Dates

Time

Jan 8–Feb 26

5:00–6:00PM

new * No class January 22 & February 19. Snow White Tuesdays, 6 Classes Ages 5–10 gold $52 Silver $60 public $75

Kids and parents will have a great time laughing and playing together.

Class # 31PAC125

new

Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC126

Mar 5–Apr 16*

5:00–6:00PM

*No class April 2. Emperor’s New Clothes Tuesdays, 6 Classes Ages 5–10 gold $52 Silver $60 public $75 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC127 APR 23–May 28**

5:00–6:00PM

tunity to start their very own gardens, with just

CYT: Christian Youth Theater

an egg carton, potting soil and some seeds!

Registration is now open for CYT-North Idaho’s

Your kids will be able to reap what they sow, in

next session of theater arts classes that begin

the form of delicious fruits and vegetables they

on January 8 & 10. All enrolled students be-

can share with the whole family!

tween the ages of 8–18 are eligible to audition

vegetable gardening. They will have the oppor-

Fruit Gardening Wednesday, 1 Class Ages 5–10 gold $10 Silver $12 public $15

for our upcoming show, “Alice in Wonderland,” to be performed at The Salvation Army Kroc Center Performing Arts Theater. For

Class #

Dates

Time

more information, please

31PAC120

WED, Apr 17

4:00–5:00PM

visit the CYT-North Idaho

Vegetable Gardening Wednesday, 1 Class Ages 5–10 gold $10 Silver $12 public $15 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC121

WED, May 15

4:00–5:00PM

website at: www.cytnorthidaho.org, or call the CYT office at (208) 765-8600. CYT is not owned or operated by The Salvation Army. The content and conduct of its programs are not controlled or supervised by The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Center.

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Arts & culture

Guitar Lessons

new

Media Workshop

Acoustic Guitar I

Guitar Club & Song writing

These group music lessons

This class will give guitarists the opportunity to

will cover the fundamen-

further their knowledge of how music is made.

Intro to Live Sound

tals of playing the guitar.

We will learn the elements of music: rhythm,

Make the move from listening to the show,

Strumming

techniques,

harmony, melody, structure, form, texture, no-

to being part of creating it! The members of

basic chords, reading music and simple songs

tation, sound and pitch. This hands- on ap-

The Kroc Tech Department have many years of

will be taught. Bring your own acoustic guitar.

proach will have you learning the elements of

live sound engineering experience, and they

Optional final performance will

music while writing your own material! Led by

are sharing what they have learned along the

an experienced instructor, this class will grow

way. Course content and activities will provide

your musical knowledge while developing your

participants with the fundamental experience

information.

creative side. Prerequisite: Acoustic Guitar I

of working with microphones, speakers, live

Mondays, 6 Classes Ages 11+ gold $42 Silver $48 public $60

or similar experience. Optional final perfor-

audio mixers and connecting them all together

mance will be at Spring Dance Recital on

as a system. Tuesdays, 5 Classes Ages 18+ gold $42 Silver $48 public $60

be at Spring Dance Recital on May 29, see page 20 for more

now six classes!

Class #

Dates

Time

May 29, see page 20 for more information.

31PAC146 31PAC147 31PAC148

Jan 7–Feb 25* Mar 4–Apr 15** Apr 22–Jun 3†

6:00–7:00PM 6:00–7:00PM 6:00–7:00PM

Mondays, 6 Classes Ages 11+ gold $42 Silver $48 public $60

*No class January 21 & February 18. **No class April 1. †No class May 27.

Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC149 31PAC150 31PAC151

Jan 7–Feb 25* Mar 4–Apr 15** Apr 22–Jun 3†

7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM

Class #

Dates

Time

31PAC152

May 7–Jun 4

6:00–8:00PM

*No class January 21 & February 18. **No class April 1. †No class May 27.

Record your hit today! Audio/Video Recording Services

The Kroc Center’s multi-purpose recording systems are available to rent, along with talented engineers to assist you in a variety of projects including: Corporate Training Videos • Video For The Web VHS to DVD Transfers • Youtube Videos Soloists/Songwriters • Beat Production Business Services • Radio Voiceovers Music School Audition Videos Audio Restoration Services Cassette to CD Transfers Capture Memories of Loved Ones Holiday/Birthday Greetings Our great staff and quality equipment will make your next audio or video project something you can be proud of. 22 winter/spring 2013

Gold Mem be

50

$

rs

per hour Silver $60, Public $70 Project pric ing is quot ed per project. Ca ll 208.763.06 06 to learn m ore. Scholarships

are availab

le.


Aquatics&

Swim Lessons swim lessons lifeguarding water polo Water 4 Lunch

With a variety of swim lessons, aquatic training, and water sports for youth and adults, we make swimming easy & fun. Our trained aquatics staff will assist you in choosing the right program to meet your needs. Choose Your Vacation Swim

kroc members only challenge!

aquatics Highlights

Winter Blahs got you down? Tired of the cold, short days? Get ready to take a Swim Stay-cation! Choose from three distances to challenge you and be “bathing suit ready” by summer vacation. Beginning March 17th, participants will have 12 weeks to complete their swim. All “travelers” can track their daily progress on the Competition Pool deck. Pick one, two, or all three distances. Upon completion you will receive prizes signifying your achievement. Choose one of these getaways to inspire yourself out of hibernation and into the pool! You may count laps from classes and open lap swim.

March 17–June 8, Ages 15+. Available anytime during Open Rec Swim. San Francisco

Swim from Alcatraz to the Presidio..................... 1.5 miles

gold $7 silver $10 CLASS # 31PAQ101

Lake Tahoe

Swim from Sand Harbor Beach to Tahoe City...... 10 miles

gold $14 silver $20

Key West

CLASS # 31PAQ102

Swim from Key West to Key Largo...................... 100 miles

gold $21 silver $30 CLASS # 31PAQ103

Signu for al p l Vaca 3 t Swim ion s and Save !

for more fun member only challenges, check out the krocman challenge on page 28!

personal swim coaching Beginners through competitive swimmers ages 6+ will benefit from working one on one with a Kroc Aquatics Personal Coach. Learn to swim, improve your strokes, train one on one to meet your fitness goals, review basic water safety and lifeguarding skills, or perfect your flip turn. Our personal coaches will design an individual lesson, a semi-private lesson, a small group lesson, 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.

swim lessons Get ready to get wet! The Kroc has American Red Cross Swim Lessons for infants, toddlers and children. Page 25.

youth fitness swim Middle and High School students will build endurance and learn technique to help prepare them for competitions. Page 26.

Private swim Lessons per 1/2 hour: Gold $22/person Silver $25/person Public $30/person

Five Private swim Lessons per 1/2 hour: Gold $90/person Silver $100/person Public $125/person

Semi-Private lessons per 1/2 hour: Gold $17/person Silver $20/person Public $25/person

Five Semi-Private lessons per 1/2 hour: Gold $70/person Silver $80/person Public $100/person

Group lessons: Small and larger group lessons available. Call the Aquatics Department at 208.763.0658 for information.

allcomers swim workout Get acquainted with fitness, triathlon, and Masters swimmers during this fun and challenging workout. Page 27.

winter/spring 2013 23


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

• 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.

class a fun experience for both of you.

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 back.

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

• Please do not bring your child to swim lessons if they are ill. Please note: Make-up lessons are not available.

water. Water exploration, games, and new water skills will make this

Ages 6 months– 3 years

• 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.

• 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.

Parent & Child Level 1 Parents are taught how to safely hold and work with their child in the

Preschool Level 3 Swimmers will improve their freestyle form while increasing their stamina by swimming longer distances. Safety bobs, survival floats, and swimming on back will be practiced.

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 winter/spring 2013


learn to swim

how to sign-up for swim lessons 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 Tuesdays/Thursdays, 8 lessons JAN 8–31

Parent & Child

MAR 5–28

APR 9–MAY 2

gold $28 silver $35 public $40 MAY 7–30

Class #31PAQ110

no class: reserved for 3rd grade swim

8:30-8:55 AM

8:30-8:55 AM

8:30-8:55 AM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

10:30-10:55 AM

10:30-10:55 AM

10:30-10:55 AM

1:00-1:25 PM

1:00-1:25 PM

1:00-1:25 PM

1:00-1:25 PM

Class #31PAQ125

no class: reserved for 3rd grade swim

8:30-8:55 AM

8:30-8:55 AM

8:30-8:55 AM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

10:30-10:55 AM

10:30-10:55 AM

10:30-10:55 AM

1:30-1:55 PM

1:30-1:55 PM

1:30-1:55 PM

1:30-1:55 PM

no class: reserved for 3rd grade swim

9:00-9:25 AM

9:00-9:25 AM

9:00-9:25 AM

9:00-9:25 AM

9:00-9:25 AM

9:00-9:25 AM

9:00-9:25 AM

9:00-9:25 AM

9:00-9:25 AM

Class #31PAQ108

Class #31PAQ113

Class #31PAQ115

Class #31PAQ117

level 1 Class #31PAQ105

Class #31PAQ119

Class #31PAQ107

Class #31PAQ121

Class #31PAQ109

Class #31PAQ123

Class #31PAQ111

Class #31PAQ112

Class #31PAQ114

Class #31PAQ128

Class #31PAQ116

Class #31PAQ130

Class #31PAQ118

Class #31PAQ132

level 2 Class #31PAQ122

Class #31PAQ136

Class #31PAQ124

Class #31PAQ138

Class #31PAQ126

Class #31PAQ140

Class #31PAQ127

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

1:30-1:55 PM

1:30-1:55 PM

1:30-1:55 PM

1:30-1:55 PM

Class #31PAQ152

no class: reserved for 3rd grade swim

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

1:30-1:55 PM

1:30-1:55 PM

1:30-1:55 PM

1:30-1:55 PM

no class: reserved for 3rd grade swim

Class #31PAQ146

Class #31PAQ137

Class #31PAQ148

Class #31PAQ139

Class #31PAQ150

Class #31PAQ141

Class #31PAQ155

Class #31PAQ147

Class #31PAQ158

Class #31PAQ149

Class #31PAQ160

Class #31PAQ151

Class #31PAQ162

Class #31PAQ153

Class #31PAQ164

Class #31PAQ167

Class #31PAQ157

Class #31PAQ168

Class #31PAQ169

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

9:30–9:55 aM

9:30–9:55 aM

9:30–9:55 aM

6:00-6:25 PM

6:00-6:25 PM

6:00-6:25 PM

6:00-6:25 PM

6:00-6:25 PM

10:00-10:25 aM

10:00-10:25 aM

10:00-10:25 aM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

9:30–9:55 AM

9:30–9:55 AM

9:30–9:55 AM

6:00-6:25 PM

6:00-6:25 PM

6:00-6:25 PM

6:00-6:25 PM

6:00-6:25 PM

10:00-10:25 aM

10:00-10:25 aM

10:00-10:25 aM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

9:30–9:55 AM

9:30–9:55 AM

9:30–9:55 AM

6:00-6:25 PM

6:00-6:25 PM

6:00-6:25 PM

6:00-6:25 PM

6:00-6:25 PM

10:00-10:25 aM

10:00-10:25 aM

10:00-10:25 aM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

10:30-10:55 aM

10:30-10:55 aM

10:30-10:55 aM

10:30-10:55 aM

10:30-10:55 aM

10:30-10:55 aM

Class #31PAQ170

Class #31PAQ186

Class #31PAQ187

Class #31PAQ202

Class #31PAQ203

Class #31PAQ218

Class #31PAQ161

Class #31PAQ172

Class #31PAQ173

Class #31PAQ188

Class #31PAQ189

Class #31PAQ204

Class #31PAQ205

Class #31PAQ220

Class #31PAQ163

Class #31PAQ174

Class #31PAQ175

Class #31PAQ190

Class #31PAQ191

Class #31PAQ206

Class #31PAQ207

Class #31PAQ222

Class #31PAQ165

Class #31PAQ176

Class #31PAQ177

Class #31PAQ192

Class #31PAQ193

Class #31PAQ208

Class #31PAQ209

Class #31PAQ224

Class #31PAQ166

Class #31PAQ178

Class #31PAQ179

Class #31PAQ194

Class #31PAQ195

Class #31PAQ210

Class #31PAQ211

Class #31PAQ180

Class #31PAQ181

Class #31PAQ196

Class #31PAQ197

Class #31PAQ212

Class #31PAQ213

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:00-5:25 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

5:30-5:55 PM

Class #31PAQ231

Class #31PAQ221

Class #31PAQ233

Class #31PAQ223

Class #31PAQ235

Class #31PAQ225

Class #31PAQ237

Class #31PAQ234

Class #31PAQ236

Class #31PAQ238

Class #31PAQ183

Class #31PAQ198

Class #31PAQ199

Class #31PAQ214

Class #31PAQ215

Class #31PAQ184

Class #31PAQ185

Class #31PAQ200

Class #31PAQ201

Class #31PAQ216

Class #31PAQ217

Class #31PAQ229

Class #31PAQ230

Class #31PAQ227

Class #31PAQ239 Class #31PAQ241

Class #31PAQ232

Class #31PAQ182

Class #31PAQ226 Class #31PAQ228

Class #31PAQ219

Level 5: Stroke Refinement

Class #31PAQ156

5:30-5:55 PM

Class #31PAQ171

Level 4: Stroke Improvement

Class #31PAQ145

5:30-5:55 PM

Class #31PAQ159

Level 3: Stroke Development

Class #31PAQ144

Class #31PAQ133

Class #31PAQ154

Level 3

Level 2: Aquatic Fundamentals

Class #31PAQ131

Class #31PAQ142

Level 2

level 1: intro to Aquatics

Class #31PAQ129

Class #31PAQ143

Class #31PAQ135

Preschool

APR 13–MAY 18

1:00-1:25 PM

Class #31PAQ106

Level 1

Ages 4–5 yrs

FEB 23–MAR 30

1:00-1:25 PM

Class #31PAQ134

Ages 6+

JAN 12–FEB 16

1:00-1:25 PM

Class #31PAQ120

Learn to swim

big!

1:00-1:25 PM

Class #31PAQ104

Ages 6 mos–3 yrs

FEB 5–28

s

save

saturdays, 6 Lessons

gold $35 silver $40 public $50

Student skill level/Age

member

Class #31PAQ242

Class #31PAQ243

Class #31PAQ240

questions? contact the aquatics department at 208.763.0657.

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aquatics

youth aquatics Youth Fitness Swim: Learn to swim Level 6A

adult aquatics Adult Beginner Fitness Swim Are you new to the pool or wanting to use the water to improve your fitness level? This shallow

This group training program is designed for youth who wish to improve their swimming ability, fitness level, and/or prepare for participation on a competitive swim team or in a triathlon training program. Swimmers will build endurance and learn techniques for the four competitive strokes including freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly. middle school students: cove pool Tues/Thurs, 8 Classes Ages 11–14 gold $28 Silver $32 public $40 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAQ249 31PAQ250 31PAQ251 31PAQ252 31PAQ253

JAN 8–31 FEB 5–28 MAR 5–28 APR 9–MAY 2 MAY 7–30

4:00–5:00PM 4:00–5:00PM 4:00–5:00PM 4:00–5:00PM 4:00–5:00PM

High school students: competition pool mon/wed/fri, 12 Classes Ages 14+ gold $35 Silver $40 public $50 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAQ244 31PAQ245 31PAQ246 31PAQ247 31PAQ248

JAN 7–FEB 1 FEB 4–MAR 1 MAR 4–29 APR 8–MAY 3 MAY 6–jun 3*

3:30–5:00PM 3:30–5:00PM 3:30–5:00PM 3:30–5:00PM 3:30–5:00PM

*No class May 27.

C.A.S.T

Coeur d’Alene Area Swim Team

water course is designed for you. You will be taught in the Cove Lap area, by our top-notch experienced instructors, learning strokes to use for improving your overall fitness. The environment is perfect for those who prefer a shallow water setting and warmer water.

Class #

Dates

Time

31PAQ254 31PAQ255 31PAQ256 31PAQ257 31PAQ258

JAN 8–31 FEB 5–28 MAR 5–28 APR 9–MAY 2 MAY 7–30

5:30–6:30AM 5:30–6:30AM 5:30–6:30AM 5:30–6:30AM 5:30–6:30AM

and competition (optional!). If you are an adult (18-108 years) and interested in stroke imability level) and camaraderie, this group is for you. Morning practice starts at 5:00AM, but swimmers are welcome to join the workout anytime between 5:00AM and 6:00AM.

about head coach, mike hamm A passion for swimming and desire to help swimmers of all levels improve and succeed

Do you love to swim for exercise but need a

tensive swim instructor and coaching

little help to tighten up your swim strokes? This

background.

to coach the team. Mike has an ex-

course is taught in the Competition Pool by experienced coaches who can help you meet

d ro Any p-in time ! Fl e x per cFee $5 l ass

MOn/Wed/Fri Ages 18–108yrs! gold $35 Silver $40 public $50

your goals. It is designed to prepare you for

Class #

Dates

Time

fitness swimming, Masters Swim Team or a

31PAQ269 31PAQ270 31PAQ271 31PAQ272 31PAQ273 31PAQ274

January February March April May* June

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

Triathlon program. Join us for an hour of fun, fitness and enthusiastic instruction. Tues/Thurs, 8 Lessons Ages 18+ gold $35 Silver $40 public $50 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAQ259 31PAQ260 31PAQ261 31PAQ262 31PAQ263

JAN 8–31 FEB 5–28 MAR 5–28 APR 9–MAY 2 MAY 7–30

6:30–7:30AM 6:30–7:30AM 6:30–7:30AM 6:30–7:30AM 6:30–7:30AM

*No class May 27.

Adult Water Polo

meets hosted by USA Swimming. Swimmers

Polo sessions. Warm-ups and drills will be fol-

compete against other swimmers in their age

lowed by some quality playing time.

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

New and experienced players welcome.

26 winter/spring fall/winter 2012 2013

others and who like to swim for fitness, fun,

motivates Head Coach Mike Hamm

Sign-up and join us for weekly Adult Water

supervised by The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Center.

who want to share their love of the water with

Adult Intermediate Fitness Swim

that participates in local and regional swim

content and conduct of its programs are not controlled or

Kroc Masters Swimming is for adult swimmers

provement, swim workouts (adjusted to your

Tues/Thurs, 8 Lessons Ages 18+ gold $35 Silver $40 public $50

CAST is a year round competitive swim team

CAST is not owned or operated by The Salvation Army. The

Masters: Adult Swimming Fitness & Competition

Prerequisite: The ability to swim 200 yards and tread water is recommended.

d ro Any p-in time ! Fl e x per cFee $5 l ass

Wednesdays, 4 Classes Ages 15+ gold $14 Silver $16 public $20 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAQ264 31PAQ265 31PAQ266 31PAQ267 31PAQ268

JAN 9–30 FEB 6–27 MAR 6–27 APR 10–MAY 1 MAY 8–29

7:15–9:15PM 7:15–9:15PM 7:15–9:15PM 7:15–9:15PM 7:15–9:15PM

Tues/Thurs Ages 18–108yrs! gold $22 Silver $25 public $32 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAQ275 31PAQ276 31PAQ277 31PAQ278 31PAQ279

January February March April May

7:00–8:00pM 7:00–8:00pM 7:00–8:00pM 7:00–8:00pM 7:00–8:00pM


aquatics Water for Lunch Whether you are a triathlete, serious competitor, or fitness enthusiast, this is a fast paced workout designed to give you structure and direction with camaraderie on the side. Workouts are designed to rotate between long slow distances, sprints, and some IM days. This class can be taken as a monthly program or as a drop-in flex fee class.

d ro Any p-in time ! Fl e x per cFee $5 l ass

MOn–thurs Ages 18+ gold $39 Silver $44 public $56 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAQ281 31PAQ282 31PAQ283 31PAQ284 31PAQ285

JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY

Noon–1pm Noon–1pm Noon–1pm Noon–1pm Noon–1pm

All-comers Swim Workout Join us each Saturday for our new All-Comers workout. This gives all adult swimmers an opportunity to get acquainted with swimmers from fitness, triathlon, and Masters Swim programs at The Kroc, as well as meet our coaching staff. Open your aquatic possibilities and be prepared for fun and a challenging Saturday morning workout!

d ro Any p-in time ! Fl e x per cFee $5 l ass

Saturdays Ages 18+ gold $14 Silver $16 public $20 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAQ287 31PAQ288 31PAQ289 31PAQ290 31PAQ291

JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY

7:00–8:30AM 7:00–8:30AM 7:00–8:30AM 7:00–8:30AM 7:00–8:30AM

NEW! Kroc Elite Swim Class Pass The Kroc Elite Swim Class Pass is a monthly pass that allows you to pick which Adult Swim Workouts you want to attend during the week. Classes included are Morning and Evening Masters Swim, Water for Lunch and the All-Comers Workout on Saturday mornings. Pass Holders may attend six workouts per week. Limited number of passes available each season. kroc members only Ages 18+ gold $58 Silver $65 Class #

Dates

Time

31PAQ293 31PAQ294 31PAQ295 31PAQ296 31PAQ297

JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY

varies varies varies varies varies

water safety

Help others and keep your community safe in the water by becoming a lifeguard or swim instructor. American Red Cross Waterpark Lifeguarding Class

American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Class

Participants will learn the skills needed to pre-

Instructor candidates will learn the skills neces-

vent and respond to aquatic emergencies both

sary to teach water safety, including the Basic

in a pool and in a waterpark environment. This

Water Rescue and Personal Water Safety cours-

course is now taught in a blended learning

es, six levels of Learn-to-Swim, three levels of

environment where students will do some of

Preschool Aquatics and two levels of Parent and

their course work online. Note, class times will

Child Aquatics. Learn to identify key elements

vary in length due to new format. Students will

and strategies for planning and preparing ef-

be required to complete online components

fective and safe swim lessons. Learn techniques

assigned to them and then participate in skill

to adapt teaching to meet unexpected chal-

sessions in the pool. Successful completion of

lenges including behavior issues and the ability

this class is dependant on attendance, online

to accommodate participants with disabilities

course work, skills tests and written examina-

and other health conditions. Participation in all

tion in all classes. You will then be certified in

classes is required.

the following:

Prerequisites:

• First Aid

• Waterpark Lifeguarding

• Demonstrate Level 4 proficiency by swimming

• AED

• CPR for the Professional Rescuer

25 yards each of front crawl, back crawl, breast-

Prerequisites:

stroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke

• Swim 300 yards continuously using a combi-

and 15 yards of butterfly; maintain position on

nation of freestyle and breaststroke.

back for one minute in deep water (floating or

• Starting in the water, swim 20 yards using

sculling); tread water for one minute.

front crawl or breaststroke, surface dive 7–10

Tuesdays, 6 Classes Ages 15+ gold $175 Silver $200 public $250

feet, retrieve 10-pound object, return to the surface, swim 20 yards back to starting point

Class #

Dates

Time

with object and exit water without using lad-

31PAQ304

Apr 9–May 14

4:00–9:30PM

der or steps, within one minute, 40 seconds.

Required Pre-Test March 28, 8:00PM

• Tread water for two minutes without use of hands. Mon/Thurs, 8 Classes Ages 15+ gold $126 Silver $144 public $180 Class # Dates 31PAQ299 Feb 4–28* 31PAQ300 APR 8–May 2** 31PAQ301 May 6†–June 3***

Time 5:30–9:30PM 5:30–9:30PM 5:30–9:30PM

†No class May 27.

*Required Pre-Test January 25, 8:00PM **Required Pre-Test March 28, 8:00PM

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

***Required Pre-Test April 26, 8:00PM Saturdays, 4 Classes Ages 15+ gold $126 Silver $144 public $180 Class # Dates Time 31PAQ302 Mar 2–23 8:30AM–5:00PM 31PAQ303 Apr 27–May 18** 8:30AM–5:00PM

*Required Pre-Test February 22, 8:00PM **Required Pre-Test April 19, 8:00PM

winter/spring 2013 27


It’s back!

triathlon

at the kroc KrocMan

2013

b ik e

sw im

Kroc Mem ber Only! s

run

3 Months, 3 Events, 1 Amazing Triathlon! February: Swim 2.4 Miles March: Bike 112 Miles April: Run 26.2 Miles

KrocMan Swim challenge Thinking about participating in a triathlon or

Krocman run Challenge

open water swim and want to build your dis-

Ever dream of completing a

tance? Take it one day at a time and complete

marathon? Now you can! Walk or run your

the KrocMan 2.4 mile Swim. Chart your lap

way to the finish line. The goal is for partici-

swim progress by recording your yardage from

pants to run or walk 26.2 miles indoors (on

each class or swim on The Kroc Swim-O-Meter.

treadmills, ellipticals, or the track) over the

All participants receive a Kroc swim cap.

course of 30 days. Kroc Center fitness coaches will be there to cheer you on and track your

Krocman bike Challenge

progress. All participants receive a Kroc draw-

Challenge yourself to a fun 112 mile indoor

string sports bag!

bike ride—over the course of 31 days! Bikers

Tackle one event, or complete all three to become a KrocMan Triathlon Finisher! Prizes will be awarded for successful completion of the swim, bike and run events.

Signu for al p l Kroc 3 man Even ts and Save !

30 day event Ages 13+ silver $12/challenge g old $10/challenge

can collect miles at their own pace, by riding on stationary bikes or attending a cycling class

Class #

at The Kroc. Kroc Center fitness coaches will be

event

time

31PMS101 swim challenge February 1–28 31PMS102 bike challenge March 1–31 31PMS103 run challenge april 1–30

there to cheer you on and track your progress. All participants receive a Kroc water bottle!

triathlon aquatic training

Plus, see more adult swim classes on pages 26 and 27.

new

Tri Swim Smart

Tri Endurance Swim

Women’s Tri Swim

This class is perfect for the new triathlete or

This class provides a great opportunity to work

Are you looking to do your first Triathlon and

those without formal swim training. Athletes

on techniques and develop the speed that will

don’t know where to start? Stepping up your

will be given the foundation they need to build

give you the edge in your next race. This class

game this year to increase your distance? Do

endurance and develop the technique to swim

builds endurance for open water swimming

you want to better your time from past perfor-

with maximum efficiency. Focus is on building

and will challenge athletes to reach their full

mances? This all-women triathlon class focuses

confidence in the water, preparing for open water

potential. Prerequisite: Ability to front crawl for

on stroke, strength, and stamina to get you

swimming, and getting ready for your first race.

200 yards in water up to 10 feet deep.

ready for your race. Be challenged and encour-

Tues/Thurs, 8 Classes Ages 15+ gold $35 Silver $40 public $50

Tues/Thurs, 8 Classes Ages 15+ gold $35 Silver $40 public $50

aged by other women as you set to accomplish

Class #

Dates

Time

Class #

Dates

Time

31PMS104 31PMS105 31PMS106 31PMS107 31PMS108 31PMS109 31PMS110 31PMS111 31PMS112 31PMS113

JAN 8–31 JAN 8–31 FEB 5–28 FEB 5–28 MAR 5–28 MAR 5–28 APR 9–MAY 2 APR 9–MAY 2 MAY 7–30 MAY 7–30

6:30–7:30PM 7:30–8:30PM 6:30–7:30PM 7:30–8:30PM 6:30–7:30PM 7:30–8:30PM 6:30–7:30PM 7:30–8:30PM 6:30–7:30PM 7:30–8:30PM

31PMS114 31PMS115 31PMS116 31PMS117 31PMS118 31PMS119 31PMS120 31PMS121 31PMS122 31PMS123

JAN 8–31 JAN 8–31 FEB 5–28 FEB 5–28 MAR 5–28 MAR 5–28 APR 9–MAY 2 APR 9–MAY 2 MAY 7–30 MAY 7–30

5:30–6:30AM 6:30–7:30AM 5:30–6:30AM 6:30–7:30AM 5:30–6:30AM 6:30–7:30AM 5:30–6:30AM 6:30–7:30AM 5:30–6:30AM 6:30–7:30AM

Check-out a Kroc triathlete’s inspirational story! Page 6

28 winter/spring 2013

personal goals for Triathlon racing. Tues/Thurs, 8 Classes Ages 15+ gold $35 Silver $40 public $50 Class #

Dates

Time

31PMS124 31PMS125 31PMS126 31PMS127 31PMS128

JAN 8–31 FEB 5–28 MAR 5–28 APR 9–MAY 2 MAY 7–30

9:30–10:30AM 9:30–10:30AM 9:30–10:30AM 9:30–10:30AM 9:30–10:30AM

Call 208.763.0613 to learn more about Kroc Aquatic Triathlon classes.

train for your next triathlon at the kroc.

plus, PICK-UP A DROP-IN FITNESS GUIDE FOR MORE GREAT OPTIONS!

> Personal Aquatic Coaching, page 23

> BIKE, RUN & BOOTCAMP training

> Personal Fitness Coaching, Page 29

> OPEN LAP SWIM SCHEDULE

> TRX® Strength Training, Page 30

Call 208.763.0641 for more information.


Fitness& Climbing Pickleball league Climbing Volleyball Coaching Basketball

Get ready to challenge yourself! A wide variety of fitness classes, programs, exercise equipment and free weights make it easy to work fitness into your daily routine.

let’s get started! smart start for adults Fitness Orientation: Flex Fee Class $5

Body Composition Analysis: free for members! Flex Fee Class $5

development of a personal fitness program and assist in setting attainable fitness goals.

Page 30.

A fitness

general fitness facility and equipment orientation. Please see the fitness desk to schedule an appoint-

professional can help determine your

ment and learn how to get started. Ages 15+.

body composition–the percentage

This course is a prerequisite for teens (ages 13–14) prior to using The Kroc Center Cardio & Weight area. Youth will learn the basics of fitness etiquette, resistance training, cardiovascular training, and program design. To book

trx® Choose your own intensity and use your body weight to help you build power, strength, flexibility, and balance.

Join our exercise & wellness specialists for this

Smart Start for Teens: Flex Fee Class $5

fitness & climbing Highlights

of lean muscle mass versus body fat. This information will be helpful in the

Body Compositions are done by appointment only. Please schedule with Fitness desk at 208.763.0637.

a Smart Start class, please fill out a program enrollment form and return to the fitness desk.

athletic development for youth

to help you achieve your long-term fitness goals.

Young athletes will build self-confidence through these smallgroup classes focusing on agility, endurance and strength.

Our personal training staff will work with you to

Page 31.

The fitness desk will schedule your session.

personal fitness coaching Work one-on-one with a qualified personal trainer

develop the most effective individualized program, and will motivate and support you in

youth soccer league

remaining committed to your fitness program.

kroc Personal fitness coaching sessions per 1/2 hour: gold $22

Silver $25

public $30

Five Kroc Personal fitness coaching sessions per 1/2 hour: gold $90

Silver $100 public $125

Group Training: Small Group Training also available. Call our

Bu mory sa ee mov re

Youth ages 4–6 years old will learn soccer fundamentals, followed by a mini-game each week. Page 31.

Fitness Team at 208.763.0637 for information.

winter/spring 2013 29


fitness & climbing

specialty fitness programs Learn to Fence

Kroc Fencing Club

TRX® Training®

En Garde! This class is an

Join the newest club at The Kroc! Do you want

This fitness coach led class

introduction to the classic

to work to develop your skills in Fencing? Do

is a revolutionary train-

Olympic discipline that is

you want to learn more about the three weap-

ing program. Suspension

now a popular high school,

ons used in fencing, the Foil, Sabre and Épée?

Training® is an innovative

college, and recreational

This club is for you! Come practice techniques

method of leveraged body

sport. Our instructor has both competition and

that will prepare you to compete in the Olym-

weight exercise. Safely perform hundreds of

coaching experience. Equipment provided.

pic Sport of Fencing! Prerequisite: Completion

exercises that build power, strength, flexibility,

This class can be taken multiple times. Wear

of The Kroc Center’s Learn to Fence program

balance, mobility, and prevent injuries, all at

non-marking athletic shoes and loose clothing.

or similar fencing experience with instructor

the intensity you choose.

Mondays, 6 Classes Ages 11+ gold $47 Silver $54 public $68

approval.

Tues/Thurs, 12 Classes Ages 15+ gold $50 Silver $57 public $72

Class #

Dates

31PFT101 JAN 7–FEB 25* 31PFT102 MAR 4–APR 15** 31PFT103 APR 22–JUN 3***

Time 6:00–7:00PM 6:00–7:00PM 6:00–7:00PM

*No class January 21, February 18. ** No Class April 1. ***No Class May 27

Mondays, 16 Classes Ages 11+ gold $123 Silver $140 public $176 Class #

Dates

Time

31PFT104

JAN 14–MAY 20

7:00–8:00PM

*No class January 21, February 18, April 1.

Registration Ends: March 4.

Class #

Dates

Time

31PFT105 31PFT106 31PFT107

JAN 15–FEB 21 FEB 26–APR 11* APR 16–MAY 23

9:30–10:30AM 9:30–10:30AM 9:30–10:30AM

*No class April 2 & 4.

weight loss & health

life sk cl assill

Team Weight Loss Challenge Want to lose weight? Bring a friend, join a team and get healthy together. Teams of four will compete in this 8 week weight loss contest. Each team will consist of four teammates that 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

Weight Loss Obstacles presented by pilgrim’s market GREAT BENEFITS FOR EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPATES!

30 10% free %

Wellness Services At OFF Pilgrim’s Wellness Clinic Discount Card For Healthy Shopping At OFF Pilgrim’s Market

body fat lost at the end of the 8 weeks will be declared the winner. All participants receive a water bottle! 8 Week Event Ages 13+ gold $13 Silver $15 Class #

Dates

31PFT108

JAN 27–Mar 23

nd Graize! pr

Kroc Waterbottle

Plus, each member of the winning team receives a

$25 Pilgrim’s Gift Card!

MSOM, LAc) as he presents a whole-body approach to weight loss. Learn how specialty testing, food allergies, inflammation, diet and supplementation can affect weight gain/loss and help you overcome weight-loss obstacles. Thursday, 1 day event Ages 15+ Free, Everyone Welcome Class #

Dates

Time

31PFT109

Thurs, jan 31

6:30–8:00PM

Maximize your fat life sk loss: expert open cl assill forum presented by pilgrim’s market Maximize your weight loss with answers to your toughest questions from the experts at

We challenge you to be healthier. The Pilgrim’s Market Nutritional Seminar is designed to go hand-in-hand with the Kroc Weight Loss Challenge.

Pilgrim’s Market. Learn about the psychological component of weight loss, what may be holding you back physically, how inflammation could be limiting you, what foods to avoid/ what to eat, the role of hormone imbalance in weight gain and much more.

Learn more about Pilgrim’s Market on page 3.

30 winter/spring 2013

Join Naturopathic Doctor Toby Hallowitz (ND,

Tuesday, 1 day event Ages 15+ Free, Everyone Welcome Class #

Dates

Time

31PFT110

Tues, Feb 5

6:30–8:00PM


fitness & climbing

youth fitness & health

kroc sport leagues

Kid n’ Me Fitness

Youth Sports Skills Workshops

Young children will engage in active play using

These two-hour workshops will teach the rules

age appropriate activities. Come learn basic

of the sport, basic skills and will build the con-

skills like throwing, kicking and catching. Chil-

fidence needed to play and compete. Come

dren will also learn basic health and how the

learn to play and have fun at the same time!

Youth 4 on 4 Indoor Soccer

body works. This will be a time to interact and

Basketball 1 Class Ages 7–15 gold $10 Silver $12 public $15

Girls and boys will learn fundamental soccer

engage with other children and families in a safe and fun environment. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Tuesdays, 6 Classes Ages 3–5 gold $23 Silver $26 public $33 Class #

Dates

Time

31PFT111 31PFT112

JAN 15–FEB 19 MAR 5–APR 16*

11:00–11:45AM 11:00–11:45AM

*No class April 2.

Athletic Development for youth Motivated, hard-working kids that are dedicated and willing to be coached can be developed into elite athletes. Specialized small group training will focus on agility, endurance, speed and building strength for young competitive athletes. Tuesdays, 6 Classes Ages 9–13 gold $25 Silver $28 public $36 Class #

Dates

Time

31PFT113 31PFT114

JAN 8–FEB 19* MAR 5–APR 16**

4:00–4:45PM 4:00–4:45PM

*No class January 22. **No Class April 2 Thursdays, 6 Classes Ages 9–13 gold $25 Silver $28 public $36 Class #

Dates

Time

31PFT115 31PFT116

JAN 10–FEB 21 MAR 7–APR 18

4:00–4:45PM 4:00–4:45PM

Class #

Dates

Time

31PFT117

Sat, APR 13

10:30AM–12:30PM

now 8 weeks!

youth leagues

skills each week, followed by a mini game. This fast paced game encourages creative decision making and strategic thinking. Each session will be one hour, and will in-

VOlleyball 1 Class Ages 9–15 gold $10 Silver $12

clude 30 minutes of instruction skills and public $15

25 minutes of a mini game. Teams will have

Class #

Dates

Time

a minimum of six players and a maximum of

31PFT118

Sat, Apr 20

10:30AM–12:30PM

eight players. Teams will be formed from in-

Athlete Development featuring TRX® Training®

dividual player registrations. All players partici-

TRX (Total Body Resistance exercise) helps build

saturdays, 8 Classes Ages 4–6 gold $30 Silver $35 public $44

a positive self-image and increase self-confidence. Young Adults will build stamina, increase strength, core endurance and utilize the TRX. This class will be fun, high energy experience. Mondays, 6 Classes Ages 11–17 gold $25 Silver $28 public $36 Class #

Dates

Time

31PFT119 31PFT120

JAN 7–FEB 25* MAR 4–APR 15**

4:00–4:45PM 4:00–4:45PM

*No class January 21, February 18. **No Class April 1.

pate in each mini game.

Class #

Dates

Time

31PFT125

FEB 2–MAR 23

10:00am–noon*

Registration Deadline: Jan. 19 Parent/Coaches Meeting: Jan. 31, 6PM *Two one-hour sessions are staggered over the two hour period. You will be notified which session your child will participate in during the Parent/Coaches meeting.

adult leagues Pickleball League

Wednesdays, 6 Classes Ages 11–17 gold $25 Silver $28 public $36

new

Pickleball Doubles League Play has become a popular sport at The Kroc. Now you can sign-

Class #

Dates

Time

up for our Kroc League Play. This league will

31PFT121 31PFT122

JAN 9–FEB 20* MAR 6–APR 17**

4:00–4:45PM 4:00–4:45PM

help build team spirit, healthy competitive

*No class January 23. **No Class April 3.

*No class January 24. **No Class April 4.

games, and bring the community together to enjoy the fun sport of pickleball. Sundays, 6 Classes Ages 15+ gold $21 Silver $24 public $30 all prices are per person

Looking for even more?

The Kroc has over 100 Drop-in Fitness Options to Choose from.

Fitness classes

Flex Fee classes

Basketball, Boot Camp, Extra Gentle Yoga,

Adult Water Polo, Allcomers Workout,

Group Fit, Group Strength, Indoor Cycling,

Masters Adult Swim Team, Open

Kids N’ Me Yoga, NIA, Pickleball, Pilates, Kroc

Ballroom Dancing, & Water For Lunch

Class #

Dates

Time

31PFT123

mar 3–apr 14*

2:00–4:00PM

*No class March 31.

Yoga, Soccer, Shake & Tone, T.A.G., Turbo Kick®, Volleyball, & Zumba®.

Aquatics classes Aqua Sculpt, Aqua Blast, Arthritis Aqua Fit, Arthritis Gentle Aerobics, Aqua Zumba®, Deep Water Cardio, Deep Water Running, Extreme Noodles, Hydro-maniacs, Hydro

a nload Dow guide n i g pDro occda.or at at kr one up k k or pic front des the day. to

Register for Kroc leagues at the front desk, or learn more at kroccda.org.

Power Bootcamp, River Walk Class, Tropical River H20 & Wave Runners. winter/spring 2013 31


fitness & climbing

climbing at the kroc

Parents and children learn climbing skills together. Class will begin with parents and children receiving individualized instruction separately and then will be brought back together for the rest of the climbing sessions. Both the

new

Introduction to Rock Climbing Workshop

climb and techniques to progress on the more

step one: VISIT the kroc during open climb time

challenging routes. Class fee includes parent

Open climbing is available during select

and child enrollment.

times each day. Pick up a Kroc Drop-in

Wednesdays, 6 Classes Ages 4+ gold $23 Silver $26 public $33

Guide to see when the Climbing Wall

parents and children will learn what fun it is to

Come and learn basic climbing and safety skills. Tie in, belay, and learn to use proper foot and climbing techniques such as laybacks and overhangs plus friction and dynamic reaches. 1 Class Ages 15+ Flex Fee $5 Class #

Dates

Time

31PFT126

Fri, Mar 8

7:00–8:00PM

Introduction to Outdoor Rock Climbing

how to climb at the kroc

new

Kid n’ Me Climbing

it’s back!

Class #

Dates

Time

31PFT132 31PFT133

JAN 16–FEB 20 MAR 6–APR 17*

6:00–7:00PM 6:00–7:00PM

of climb passes are available. If you need to

K-Rock Kids Climbers Climbers will learn safety, teamwork, balance, coordination, climbing etiquette, and com-

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

mands. Kroc certified instructors will teach and

skills will include setting and removing top rope

coach to meet individual skill levels.

anchors, safely belaying, and repelling. Climb-

Saturdays, 6 Classes Ages 7–10 gold $31 Silver $36 public $45

climbs at Q’emlin Park. Climbers will meet at

Class #

Dates

Time

the park 15 minutes prior to class beginning.

31PFT128 31PFT129

JAN 12–FEB 16 FEB 23–MAR 30

10:30–11:30AM 10:30–11:30AM

Prerequisites: Kroc Top rope belay certification

step two: purchase a climb pass & rent your climbing gear At The Kroc Center, several different types

*No class April 3.

Climbers will learn to safely top rope outdoor

ers will also gain familiarity with safe top roping

is open.

rent climbing equipment, it is an additional fee. Climb passes can only be purchased if you are a Kroc member, or if you have also purchased a Kroc Day Pass.

DAILY climb passES 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.

one-Day climb Pass

$4

climb Punch Pass

6/$20

and the ability to climb 5.7.

K-Rock ‘N Roll Climbers

Saturdays, 3 Classes Ages 15+ gold $35 Silver $40 public $50

Climbing builds confidence, focus, and criti-

kroc Member only Monthly Climbing Passes

cal thinking skills. Learn safety and movement

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

Class #

Dates

Time

31PFT127

MAY 11–JUN 1*

9:00AM–Noon

*No class May 25.

techniques for bouldering and rope climbing on The Kroc rock wall. Climbers of all ability

Kroc gold

Kroc Silver

levels are welcome. Kroc certified instructors

Individual Pass*

$25

$35

will teach and coach to meet individual skill

Family Pass*

$40

$60

levels. Fridays, 6 Classes Ages 11–14 gold $39 Silver $44 public $56 Class #

Dates

Time

31PFT130 31PFT131

JAN 11–MAR 1* MAR 8–APR 19**

3:30–5:00PM 3:30–5:00PM

*No class January 25, February 15. **No class April 5.

Kroc Mem ber Only! s

personal kroc climbing coaching

Kroc Mile Climb Challenge

Work one-on-one with a qualified climbing coach

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reaching your goal. Climbing pass is required.

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Silver $20

public $25

See climbing desk for challenge rules.

Group Training:

Ages 11+

Small Group Training also available. Call our

Silver $12 Gold $10

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Kroc Center Policies Family Membership Definition One or two adults living in a household and dependents who are eligible up to the age of 19. At age 19, an individual with a disability or an elderly parent who is living in the same household will remain eligible for the Family membership. Verification of family status and residency may be required. For example: tax return, utility bill, health insurance, etc. Full-time student Definition A college student enrolled in 12 or more credits. Academic proof including class schedule and student ID will be required annually. Membership plans Membership Plans are subject to change when the members age does not match the current Plans age range. The Kroc Center will automatically change your plan to fit the current plan for your age group. You will be notified by mail when the change takes place. Monthly Payments/ One-time Annual Payment Membership fees can be paid monthly via recurring credit card charge or electronic funds transfer (bank account debit). Pro-rated fees will be due at time of enrollment and may vary depending upon enrollment date. To complete electronic funds transfer process, a voided check must be provided with completed membership form. Membership fees for the following month will automatically be deducted from member bank account around the 20th of the current month. Any requested changes must be submitted prior to the 10th of the month in order to be processed for the following month. Annual payments may be paid in full by cash, check, 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 Individuals, families, and seniors who cannot afford Kroc Center membership or fees for youth camps and/or group classes can apply for a discount. Eligibility for this program is based on income level. See page 5 for how to apply. Equipment Free use of athletic equipment including volleyballs & basketballs. Available in the Gym. Group/Personal Coach policy Public drop-in access is intended for inclusive recreational use; any external personal or group training/coaching is prohibited. Contact the rental department for specific group requests.

Lockers Lockers are available at no charge. Guests are responsible for supplying their own lock and clearing locker after each use. The Salvation Army is not liable for lost or stolen property. Membership Cancellation/ Change Policy Changes or cancellations to a membership must be submitted in writing using a “Cancellation/ Change Form.” Changes will take effect immediately. Cancellations Membership fees are nonrefundable. In order to cancel a membership, members must submit a written request by the 10th day of the current month for it to become effective in the following month. If a member cancels or if membership payments lapse for more than 30 days, the appropriate registration fee will be charged to reopen the membership account. There is no fee charged for cancellation. Changes Any requested change that affects the billing of your membership must be submitted by the 10th of the month to be processed for the following month. If changes occur after the 10th of the month, please see the front desk for pro-rated amount. Membership downgrades and removal of family members are subject to a $20 change fee. Class and Program Cancellations Full payment is expected at the time of enrollment. No cash refunds are given unless the program is cancelled by The Kroc Center. The Kroc Center will determine if a class needs to be cancelled due to low enrollment 48 hours prior to the start of class. If the program is cancelled by The Kroc Center, you will be given the choice of a full credit or a cash refund. 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. 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. Gift Cards Gift Cards are available for purchase at the front desk and can be used by recipient to pay for memberships, class and program fees, facility rentals, merchandise, and cafe items. They cannot be used for class materials, theater & performance tickets, vendor events or nonKroc sponsored events. Gift cards must be used within two years of purchase date, and are nonrefundable and cannot be exchanged for cash.

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Kroc Safety Information The Salvation Army is dedicated to keeping children and vulnerable adults safe from physical, emotional and sexual harm. We refer to our safety efforts as “Protecting The Mission.” 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 prevention and are mandated reporters of suspected child/vulnerable adult abuse. • Salvation Army personnel undergo criminal 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. • Instructors are trained in appropriate interactions with Kroc members to enhance learning by creating a safe and inviting environment. • Programs involving children are closely monitored to ensure adequate supervision and safe interactions between Kroc personnel and children. • In order to promote a safe and secure environment, The Salvation Army Kroc Center has placed video cameras in various locations. As part of our commitment to the safety of children and vulnerable persons, The Salvation Army Kroc Center reserves the right to consult public sources to determine whether any member or guest of any member poses an unreasonable risk of harm to its patrons, staff, or visitors. • The Kroc Center constantly adapts and enhances safety protocols to adjust to needs. Members & guests are encouraged to report suspicious behavior. Forms for anonymous reporting, called Confidential Notices of Concern, are available at the front desk. The Salvation Army Kroc Center reserves the right to remove from the facility and terminate the membership of any member who fails to comply with any posted rules and regulation or otherwise breaches the Code of Conduct, in which case member will not be entitled to a refund of dues. Schedules, Pricing, Programming and Policies subject to change without notice.

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Index

Programs by Age Ages 0-4 years

Page

Date Night...................................................... 8 Kid n’ Me Climbing (Ages 4+)....................... 32 Kid n Me Fitness........................................... 31 Parent Child Swim Lessons............................ 25 Preschool Connection .................................. 14 Preschool Swim Lessons................................ 25 Preschool Tap and Ballet................................ 20 Rock n Rollers............................................... 21 Tiny Rockers................................................. 21 Tiny Tots....................................................... 21 Tot Time....................................................... 21

Ages 5-10 years Athletic Development for Youth (9–13)......... 31 Breakdancing I & Kroc Break Krew................ 20 Date Night...................................................... 8 K-Rock Kids Climbers.................................... 32 Kids Cooking Classes.................................... 21 Kid n’ Me Climbing....................................... 32 Learn-to-Swim Lessons................................. 25 School’s Out Day Camps................................. 8 Teen Art Workshops...................................... 18 Youth Art Workshops.................................... 18 Youth Basketball Skills Workshop.................. 31 Youth 4 on 4 Indoor Soccer.......................... 31 Youth Gardening.......................................... 21 Youth Jazz I & II............................................ 20 Youth Theater............................................... 21 Youth Volleyball Skills Workshop................... 31

Ages 11 and up Acoustic Guitar I........................................... 22 Athlete Development Feat. TRX®................... 31 Bible 101...................................................... 12 Breakdancing I & Kroc Break Krew................ 20 Corps Cadets................................................ 12 Game Night (Ages 14+)................................ 17 Guitar Club & Songwriting............................ 22 High School Youth Fitness Swim................... 26 Homework Help............................................ 14 How to Study the Bible................................. 12 K-Rock N Roll Climbers................................. 32 Krocman Bike Challenge (Ages 13+)............. 28 Krocman Run Challenge (Ages 13+).............. 28 Krocman Swim Challenge (Ages 13+)........... 28 Kroc Church Membership............................. 12 Kroc Tutoring................................................ 14 Learn to Fence & Fencing Club...................... 30 Middle School Youth Fitness Swim................ 26 Plan for your future: Youth............................ 15 Press On....................................................... 14 Smart Start for Teens Fitness Orientation....... 29 STCU Money Camp...................................... 15 The Connection: Youth Group...................... 12 The “i” Series............................................... 13 Team Weight Loss Challenge (Ages 13+)....... 30 36 winter/spring 2013

Programs by Date Ages 15 and up

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ADHD........................................................... 16 Anxiety......................................................... 16 Basics of Nutrition......................................... 16 Choose Your Vacation Swim......................... 23 Common Cents............................................ 15 Community CPR........................................... 13 Country Line Dancing................................... 21 Couponing: Raking in the Savings................. 15 Forgiveness................................................... 15 Grief Release Workshop for Teens................. 15 Healthy Eating Cooking................................ 16 Healthy Eating with Diabetes........................ 16 Introduction to Climbing Workshop.............. 32 Introduction to Outdoor Rock Climbing........ 32 Kroc Men’s Ministry...................................... 11 Learn to Crochet........................................... 19 Learn to Knit................................................. 19 Maintaining a Healthy Weight....................... 16 Open Ballroom Dancing................................ 19 Pickleball League........................................... 31 Pilgrim’s Nutrition Lectures............................ 30 Protecting the Mission.................................. 15 Scrapbook Bootcamp.................................... 21 Staying Healthy in your Senior Years............. 16 Tri Endurance Swim...................................... 28 Tri Swim Smart.............................................. 28 TRX Training................................................. 30 Unhealthy Relationships................................ 16 Water 4 Lunch.............................................. 27 Waterpark Lifeguarding Class........................ 27 Water Polo for Adults................................... 26 Water Safety Instructor................................. 27 Women’s Tri Swim......................................... 28

Ages 18 and up Advanced Mixed Media................................ 19 All-Comers Swim Workout............................ 27 Art Workshop: Altered Canvas...................... 18 Art Workshop: Candle Stamping................... 18 Art Workshop: Greeting Cards...................... 18 Beginner Fitness Swim for Adults.................. 26 Chapel.......................................................... 11 Community Cards & WII Games.................... 17 Community Groups...................................... 11 CPR Pro........................................................ 13 Grief Release Workshop for Adults................ 15 Intermediate Fitness Swim for Adults............ 26 Intro to Acrylics............................................. 19 Intro to Live Sound........................................ 22 Intro to Outdoor Photography....................... 19 Intro to Watercolors...................................... 19 Kroc Elite Swim Class Pass............................. 27 Masters Adult Swim Team............................. 26 Plan for your Future: Adults.......................... 15 Women’s Bible Study.................................... 11

January JAN 2 JAN 4 JAN 7 JAN 7 JAN 7 JAN 7 JAN 7 JAN 7 JAN 7 JAN 7 JAN 8 JAN 8 JAN 8 JAN 8 JAN 8 JAN 8 JAN 8 JAN 8 JAN 8 JAN 8 JAN 9 JAN 9 JAN 9 JAN 10 JAN 10 JAN 11 JAN 12 JAN 13 JAN 14 JAN 14 JAN 14 JAN 15 JAN 15 JAN 15 JAN 15 JAN 16 JAN 16 JAN 16 JAN 17 JAN 17 JAN 17 JAN 18 JAN 18 JAN 21 JAN 21 JAN 23 JAN 26 JAN 27 JAN 28 JAN 28 JAN 31

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Open Ballroom Dancing............... 19 Game Night................................. 17 Homework Help.......................... 14 High School Youth Fitness Swim.. 26 Acoustic Guitar I.......................... 22 Guitar Club & Songwriting........... 22 Learn to Fence............................. 30 Press On...................................... 14 Kroc Tutoring............................... 14 Athlete Development Feat. TRX®.... 31 Tri Endurance Swim..................... 28 Women’s Tri Swim....................... 28 Tri Swim Smart............................. 28 Swim Lessons.............................. 25 MS Youth Fitness Swim................ 26 Adult Fitness Swim...................... 26 Youth Theater:The Happy Prince... 21 Preschool Connection.................. 14 Bible 101..................................... 12 Athletic Development for Youth... 31 Adult Water Polo......................... 26 Tiny Tots and Tot Time................. 21 Athlete Development Feat. TRX®.... 31 Couponing: Raking in the Savings.15 Athletic Development for Youth... 31 K-Rock N Roll Climbers................ 32 K-Rock Kids Climbers................... 32 Kroc Church Membership............ 12 Preschool Tap and Ballet............... 20 Kroc Fencing Club....................... 30 Community CPR.......................... 13 Advanced Mixed Media............... 19 Grief Release Workshops............. 15 Kid n Me Fitness.......................... 31 TRX Training................................ 30 Youth Jazz I & II........................... 20 Learn to Knit................................ 19 Kid n’ Me Climbing...................... 32 Intro to Watercolors..................... 19 Maintaining a Healthy Weight...... 16 Teen Art Workshop...................... 18 Breakdancing I............................. 20 Advanced Kroc Break Krew.......... 20 School’s Out Day Camp................. 8 Protecting the Mission................. 15 Basics of Nutrition........................ 16 Date Night..................................... 8 Team Weight Loss Challenge........ 30 Corps Cadets............................... 12 Healthy Eating and Cooking........ 16 Pilgrim’s Nutrition Lectures........... 30


Index

Programs by Date (cont.) February

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FEB 1 FEB 2 FEB 4 FEB 4 FEB 5 FEB 5 FEB 5 FEB 5 FEB 5 FEB 5 FEB 5 FEB 5 FEB 5 FEB 6 FEB 6 FEB 7 FEB 11 FEB 12 FEB 12 FEB 16 FEB 18 FEB 18 FEB 19 FEB 19 FEB 19 FEB 20 FEB 21 FEB 23 FEB 23 FEB 23 FEB 25 FEB 26 FEB 26 FEB 26 FEB 27 FEB 28 FEB 28 FEB 28

Krocman Swim............................ 28 Youth 4 on 4 Indoor Soccer......... 31 HS Youth Fitness Swim................. 26 Waterpark Lifeguarding Class...... 27 Tri Endurance Swim..................... 28 Women’s Tri Swim....................... 28 Tri Swim Smart............................. 28 Swim Lessons.............................. 25 MS Youth Fitness Swim................ 26 Adult Fitness Swim...................... 26 Community Cards & Wii Games... 17 The “i” Series: iPhones................ 13 Pilgrims Nutrition Lecture............. 30 Adult Water Polo......................... 26 Tiny Rockers & Rock n Rollers....... 21 Couponing: Raking in the Savings.15 CPR Pro....................................... 13 The “i” Series: iTunes................... 13 Plan for your Future: Youth.......... 15 Scrapbook Bootcamp................... 19 Schools Out Day Camp.................. 8 Protecting the Mission................. 15 Kids Cooking in France................ 21 The “i” Series: iPads.................... 13 Plan for your Future: Adults......... 15 Forgiveness.................................. 15 ADHD.......................................... 16 Swim Lessons.............................. 25 Date Night..................................... 8 K-Rock Kids Climbers................... 32 Healthy Eating with Diabetes....... 16 Advanced Mixed Media............... 19 The “i” Series: iMac..................... 13 TRX Training................................ 30 Learnt to Crochet........................ 19 Country Line Dancing.................. 19 Intro to Acrylics............................ 19 Youth Art Workshop.................... 18

MAR 1 MAR 1 MAR 2 MAR 3 MAR 4 MAR 4 MAR 4 MAR 4 MAR 4 MAR 5 MAR 5 MAR 5

Game Night................................. 17 Krocman Bike Challenge.............. 28 Waterpark Lifeguarding Class...... 27 Pickleball League......................... 31 HS Youth Fitness Swim................. 26 Acoustic Guitar I.......................... 22 Guitar Club & Songwriting........... 22 Learn to Fence............................. 30 Athlete Development Feat. TRX®.. 31 Tri Endurance Swim..................... 28 Women’s Tri Swim....................... 28 Tri Swim Smart............................. 28

March

March (cont.) MAR 5 MAR 5 MAR 5 MAR 5 MAR 5 MAR 5 MAR 5 MAR 6 MAR 6 MAR 6 MAR 6 MAR 7 MAR 7 MAR 8 MAR 8 MAR 10 MAR 11 MAR 12 MAR 17 MAR 18 MAR 19 MAR 21 MAR 28 MAR 30

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Swim Lessons.............................. 25 MS Youth Fitness Swim................ 26 Adult Fitness Swim...................... 26 Grief Release Workshops............. 15 Athletic Development for Youth... 31 Kid ‘n’ Me Fitness........................ 31 Youth Theater: Snow White......... 21 Adult Water Polo......................... 26 Tiny Tots & Tot Time..................... 21 Athlete Development Feat. TRX®.. 31 Kid n’ Me Climbing...................... 32 Couponing: Raking in the Savings.15 Athletic Development for Youth...... 31 K-Rock N Roll Climbers................ 32 Intro to Climbing Workshop......... 32 How to Study the Bible................ 12 Community CPR.......................... 13 Common Cents........................... 15 Choose Your Vacation Swim........ 23 Protecting the Mission................. 15 Kids Cooking in Spain.................. 21 Staying Healthy/Senior Years........ 16 STCU Money Camp..................... 15 Date Night..................................... 8

April APR 1 APR 1 APR 8 APR 8 APR 8 APR 9 APR 9 APR 9 APR 9 APR 9 APR 9 APR 9 APR 10 APR 10 APR 11 APR 13 APR 15 APR 15 APR 16 APR 16 APR 16 APR 16 APR 16 APR 17 APR 18

Spring Break Day Camp................. 8 Krocman Run Challenge.............. 28 HS Youth Fitness Swim................. 26 Waterpark Lifeguarding Class...... 27 Kroc Church Membership............ 12 Tri Endurance Swim..................... 28 Women’s Tri Swim....................... 28 Tri Swim Smart............................. 28 Swim Lessons.............................. 25 MS Youth Fitness Swim................ 26 Adult Fitness Swim...................... 26 Water Safety Instructor................ 27 Adult Water Polo......................... 26 Tiny Rockers & Rock ‘n’ Rollers..... 21 Teen Art Workshop...................... 18 Youth Basketball Skills Workshop....31 CPR Pro....................................... 13 Protecting the Mission................. 15 Advanced Mixed Media............... 19 Common Cents........................... 15 Kids Cooking in Mexico............... 21 Art Workshops: Greeting Cards... 18 TRX Training................................ 30 Fruit Gardening........................... 21 Unhealthy Relationships............... 16

April (cont.) APR 20 APR 20 APR 22 APR 22 APR 22 APR 23 APR 25 APR 25 APR 27 APR 30

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Scrapbook Bootcamp................... 19 Youth Volleyball Skills Workshop.... 31 Acoustic Guitar I.......................... 22 Guitar Club & Songwriting........... 22 Learn to Fence............................. 30 Youth Theater: Emperor’s New Clothes................ 21 Candle Stamping......................... 18 Art Workshop: Candle Stamping...18 Waterpark Lifeguarding Class...... 27 Grief Release Workshops............. 15

May MAY 1 MAY 2 MAY 2 MAY 3 MAY 4 MAY 6 MAY 6 MAY 7 MAY 7 MAY 7 MAY 7 MAY 7 MAY 7 MAY 7 MAY 8 MAY 8 MAY 9 MAY 11 MAY 13 MAY 13 MAY 14 MAY 15 MAY 16 MAY 20 MAY 29

Basics of Nutrition........................ 16 Altered Canvas............................ 18 Country Line Dancing.................. 19 Game Night................................. 17 Intro to Outdoor Photography...... 19 HS Youth Fitness Swim................. 26 Waterpark Lifeguarding Class...... 27 Tri Endurance Swim..................... 28 Women’s Tri Swim....................... 28 Tri Swim Smart............................. 28 Swim Lessons.............................. 25 MS Youth Fitness Swim................ 26 Adult Fitness Swim...................... 26 Intro to Live Sound...................... 22 Adult Water Polo......................... 26 Tiny Tots & Tot Time..................... 21 Youth Art Workshop.................... 18 Intro to Outdoor Rock Climbing... 32 Healthy Eating with Diabetes....... 16 Community CPR.......................... 13 Art Workshop: Altered Canvas..... 18 Vegetable Gardening................... 21 Anxiety........................................ 16 Protecting the Mission................. 15 Spring Dance Recital.................... 20

Monthly All-comers Swim Workout............................ 27 Chapel.......................................................... 11 Community Cards......................................... 17 Community Groups...................................... 11 Individual Climbing Pass.................................. 5 Family Climbing Pass....................................... 5 Kroc Elite Swim Class Pass............................. 27 Kroc Men’s Ministry...................................... 11 Masters Adult Swim Team............................. 26 The Connection: Youth Group...................... 12 Women’s Bible Study.................................... 11 Water 4 Lunch.............................................. 27

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Age Quick Reference

The Kroc Center:

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 yrs

7-10 11-12 13-14 15-17 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/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. Center 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 13–14 may use the Fitness Area after successfully passing the Smart Start for Teens program or with a participating adult. 5 | C  lothing including shirt and shoes must be worn in all areas outside of pools and sun deck. No swimwear or wet clothing is allowed outside of aquatic areas. Proper workout attire is recommended in fitness area. Any clothing—including logos or messages on apparel—and all visible tattoos must be acceptable in a family setting. 6 | B  icycles, roller blades, skateboards, scooters or pets (excluding service animals) will not be allowed inside the facility. 7 | A  lcohol and/or drugs are not allowed anywhere on the premises. 8 | S moking and/or use of any type of smokeless tobacco products are prohibited in the facility or on facility grounds. 9 | W  eapons of any kind are not permitted on the premises. 10 | W  ith exceptions to special dietary restrictions, outside food is not allowed at The Salvation Army Kroc Center. 11 | 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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Drop-in Options to choose from. Pick-up a Drop-in Fitness Schedule at the front desk or download one at www.kroccda.org.

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Drop-in Options to choose from. Pick-up a Drop-in Fitness Schedule at the front desk or download one at www.kroccda.org.

Find out about upcoming events, classes and programs at kroccda.org/calendar.html

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The Salvation Army Kroc Center Winter/Spring 2013 Program Guide