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KROC PROGRAM GUIDE JANUARY 1 – JUNE 11, 2017

MEET NICOLE WHITING WITH THE HELP OF KROC COACHES, NICOLE PREPARED FOR HER FIRST IRONMAN... AND FINISHED! READ HER STORY ON PAGE 27

LET US HELP YOU REACH YOUR GOALS THIS YEAR NEW ADULT & TEEN BEGINNER SWIMMING CLASSES, PAGE 25 NEW TRI TRAINING PROGRAMS, PAGE 30 PERSONAL WELLNESS COACHING, PAGE 32

SAVE TIME!

AVOID THE LINE, REGISTER ONLINE.

SIGN UP Dec 19–20: Kroc Gold Early Enrollment EARLY FOR THE BEST CLASS SELECTIONS! Dec 21: Open Enrollment Begins

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FACILITY HOURS

CONTACT THE KROC

MON–FRI: 5AM–9PM SAT: 7AM–9PM SUNDAY: 8AM–6PM

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

MARKETING................................................. 208.763.0592

FACILITY CLOSURES & REDUCED HOURS

AQUATICS..................................................... 208.763.0657

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

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

MINISTRY/CHURCH.................................. 208.763.0601

Pick-up a Closures and Reduced Hours

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

PLAY CARE.................................................... 208.763.0646

Schedule at the front desk for complete clo-

CLIMBING...................................................... 208.763.0594

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

DAY CAMPS & AFTER SCHOOL........... 208.763.0677

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

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

SWIM LESSONS.......................................... 208.763.0659

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

VENUE RENTAL.......................................... 208.763.0606

KROC RX..............................................................208.763.0680

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

LIFE SKILLS & EDUCATION.................... 208.763.0679

WELLNESS & COACHING....................... 208.763.0637

sure information. Jan 1

| New Year's Day, Closed

Apr 16 | Easter, Closed† May 29 | Memorial Day, Open 8AM–6PM *No drop-in fitness classes or Play Care offered on holidays with special hours. †Open for Church Services only.

MAINTENANCE, SWIM MEET & TOURNAMENT CLOSURES Occasionally, scheduled events and/or maintenance may impact the availability of the pools and other areas of The Kroc Center. Jan 21

| Comp Pool, Limited Lanes, 1–5PM

Feb 4

| Comp Pool, Limited Lanes, 1–5PM

Feb 10 | Comp Pool & 2 Gym Bays Closed, 3PM–CLOSE Feb 11–12 | Comp Pool & 2 Gym Bays Closed, All day Feb 17 | School Night Cove Pool, Gym, Climbing Wall, Club 7–10 & Zone Closed 5–8pm. 3:30PM & 6PM REC Swim Cancelled Feb 25 | Comp Pool, Closed All Day Mar 3 | School Night Cove Pool, Gym, Climbing Wall, Club 7–10 & Zone Closed 5–8pm. 3:30PM & 6PM REC Swim Cancelled Mar 18 | Comp Pool, Closed 9AM–5PM

HOW TO REGISTER FOR KROC PROGRAMS REGISTER ONLINE AT MY KROC Visit our website at kroccda.org/classes and click on the “Register for Classes” link. Sign in, fill in the requested class number, and make a secure online payment. Remember to print out and bring

Avoid the line, order classes online!

your receipt and waiver with you!

SIGN-UP AT THE FRONT DESK Download a Program Enrollment Form online at www.kroccda.org/forms and bring your completed form to the front desk. Or, fill out a form at The Kroc.

QUESTIONS? Email info@kroccda.org with questions about the class registration process, or call 208.667.1865 and press 0.

ENROLL EARLY. MOST CLASSES FILL QUICKLY!

Mar 19 | Comp Pool, Closed 9AM–2PM Apr 8

| Comp Pool, Closed 11AM–Close

Apr 9

| Comp Pool, Closed All Day

Apr 14 | School Night Cove Pool, Gym, Climbing Wall, Club 7–10 & Zone Closed 5–8pm. 3:30PM & 6PM REC Swim Cancelled Apr 22 | Comp Pool, Limited Lanes, 1–5PM Apr 29 | Comp Pool, Limited Lanes, 10AM–Noon May 13 | Comp Pool, Limited Lanes, 1–5PM Closed from 5PM–CLOSED Jun 3

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

• If you request to cancel your class enrollment five or more days prior to the first class, you will receive a full credit on a Kroc Center gift card minus a $5 processing fee or you may choose to transfer to another session if available. Other cancellation fees may apply. • Requests made less than five days prior to the start date are not eligible for a refund or credit, except in the case of personal emergencies. No credits or pro-rated credits will be issued for missed days of camp or class due to illness, partial attendance, behavior issues, or any other reason. For a full list of The Salvation Army Kroc Center’s Policies, please see page 35.

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FIND OUT INSTANTLY ABOUT KROC CLOSURES! STAY UP TO DATE ON CLOSURES AND FACILITY HOURS BY TEXTING KROCINFO TO 51555.

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THANK YOU TO THE 2016–2017 SALVATION ARMY KROC CENTER ADVISORY BOARD Ben Fairfield (Chair) Mike Alexander Dianne Ansbaugh Cameron Barclift Dave Barnes* Rick Barton* Sandi Bloem* Troy Braga Kimmer Callahan

Todd Cory David Cox Keith Dixon Heather Erikson Teri Farr Kimber Gates Travis Steve Griffitts* Joni Hay-Smith Greg Helbling*

Kevin Jester Suzy Jolley Heather Keen Cyndie Lempesis* Steve McCrea Kay Nelson* Vern Newby Pam Pratt Ronnie Semko

Erik Smith Graydon Stanley Sue Thilo* Britt Towery Heidi Tsadilas Troy Tymesen* Tracey Vaughan Brenda Zosel

Emeritus Members Janet Atchley Les Atchley Joe Morris Sandy Patano *Founding Advisory Board Member


PROGRAM GUIDE FEATURES

FEBRUARY 2017: KROC ADDITION This new year comes with some exciting new changes at The Kroc. We have taken your input, suggestions and complaints to heart and listened to the feedback and recommendations you have made over time. While we have done our best to address the “little things” one at a time, it is time to

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in February, 2017.

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This two phase construction project will make positive changes to the front entrance of The Kroc

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commit to a couple of major projects. We are very excited to announce an expansion event to begin

Center and create a unique multipurpose space on the east wing of The Center. Phase 1: The front entrance will become an extended and enclosed space. Two sets of sliding doors will increase the ease of access and create a more safe and secure entry for every member and guest. This will eliminate some of the challenges we face with ice and snow build up over the grates and reduce the need for mats in the entry way. Phase 2: A 2,000 sq. ft. addition will be built against the southeast side of the existing Play Care area. Currently we have an under utilized outdoor patio and fire place located in this spot. This increased Play Care space will speak directly to those who have been patient with long lines at Play Care, and allow us to increase the number of children we care for. This additional space will also allow for additional youth programming in the afternoon. Construction is scheduled to begin in late February, 2017. We will start with the front entrance project and encourage all parties involved to move quickly to minimize the inconvenience. Construction of the additional Play Care space will take place simultaneously, but priority will be given to front entrance work. HERE ARE SOME THINGS TO EXPECT: •

The Kroc Center will remain open for regular hours during the construction.

The main entrance will not be accessible during construction. The only entrance to the facility

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will be through the east end double doors, which will be well marked. •

Hours of construction will typically be Monday through Friday, 7am–5pm. During this time, and through the entire construction project, construction workers and large equipment will be operating in a fenced-off area in front of The Kroc Center.

Play Care will move to the Kootenai and River Rooms of the Community Wing, full time, until we are able to move back to the newly improved Play Care space. There will be no adjustment to safety requirements for check in/check out, or policies and procedures. We will have additional

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS & PARTNERS Are you interested in partnering with The Kroc? Email advertise@kroccda.org

information as we get closer which will explain how some of the logistics will work. LEARN MORE AT KROCCDA.ORG/ADDITION

See ad on page 7.

See ad on page 19.

See ad on page 19.

NEW FRONT ENTRY

BURGIN CONSTRUCTION NEW MULTIPURPOSE/PLAY CARE SPACE

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KROC MEMBERSHIP

EXCLUSIVE GOLD MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

KROC MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP

Gold members receive ALL of the benefits

Choosing the perfect membership for you and your family is easy. To sign up, visit kroccda.org

listed on this page.

and download a membership form or sign-up online at www.kroccda.org/membership

• Access to complimentary Group Exercise classes including cycling, yoga, Zumba®, and more.

KROC GOLD MEMBERSHIP PLANS

• Complimentary Aquatic exercise classes for adults and seniors.

INDIVIDUAL GOLD PLANS

Ages 0–18

FULL TIME STUDENT*

per month

per month

YOUTH

25

$

38

$

• Free use of the Climbing Wall during Open Climb Times. • Free access to Club 7–10. Drop-off your 7–10 year old for fun organized activities while you exercise or spend time at The Kroc. Available during scheduled hours.

ADULT

SENIOR

Ages 19–61

Ages 62+

39

46

$

$

per month

• 10% off all birthday party rentals.

per month

• Discounted rates on most Kroc classes. • Preregistration opportunities for new classes.

FAMILY GOLD PLANS

FAMILY*

Up to 5 People

84

$

per month

FAMILY* 6+ People

FAMILY* + PLAY CARE

Up to 5 People

FAMILY* + PLAY CARE 6+ People

94 120 140

$

$

per month

† $

per month

per month

†Includes Play Care

KROC SILVER MEMBERSHIP PLANS

YOUTH

20

$

per month

FULL TIME STUDENT*

28

$

per month

SENIOR Ages 62+

29

$

per month

FAMILY*

66

$

per month

ADULT

per month

• Discounted rates for Play Care and Club 7–10, an on-site child care service for up to two hours per visit.

36

$

FAMILY* 6+ People

76

$

per month

A registration fee is required with each membership type. There is a $60 registration fee for individual memberships and a $75 registration fee for family memberships. Annual rate is monthly rate multiplied by 12. Membership rates and details are subject to change. All rates subject to sales tax. *See Full-Time Student and Family definitions in Membership Policies on page 35.

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• Access to the following during open scheduled hours: Aquatic Center including competition pool and family Cove Pool area; Health & Wellness Center including cardio fitness and free weight room; Gym; Zone game room and common areas.

• Complimentary use of athletic equipment including volleyballs and basketballs.

REGISTRATION FEE

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memberships.

Ages 19–61

FAMILY SILVER PLANS

Up to 5 People

These benefits are included with all Kroc

• Free Kroc Fit45 orientation appointment. Work with one of our certified trainers as they create a custom workout built just for you to help you meet your wellness goals.

INDIVIDUAL SILVER PLANS

Ages 0–18

SILVER & GOLD MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

SIGN-UP TODAY! We can't wait to get to know you! Apply for a Kroc membership online at www.kroccda.org/membership, or fill out a Membership Application at The Kroc Center front desk. Applications and payment can be submitted to the front desk. Questions? Call us at (208) 667-1865 or email info@kroccda.org.


DAY PASSES Not a member? Purchase a Day Pass for access to the Aquatic Center, Fitness Area, Gym, Game Room, Climbing Wall, Drop-in Classes and Public Areas during open hours. A photo ID is required for anyone 18+ when purchasing any Kroc pass.

FACILITY DAY PASS RATES

KROC MEMBERSHIP ASSISTANCE

Adult (19–61)

$12 per day ($11.32 plus tax)

Military/Student*

$10 per day ($9.43 plus tax)

Senior

$9 per day ($8.49 plus tax)

Youth (0–18)

$8 per day ($7.55 plus tax)

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

IT WAS JOAN KROC'S VISION TO PROVIDE ALL INDIVIDUALS WITH EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES TO GROW THEIR NATURAL GIFTS & TALENTS. THE KROC MEMBER SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM For individuals and families that need help affording a Kroc Center membership, The Salvation Army Kroc Center is pleased to offer a scholarship program to help provide access to the facility and programs.

HOW TO APPLY FOR A KROC SCHOLARSHIP

DROP-IN CLASSES & CLIMBING Class & Climbing Passes for Silver Members

To apply for a Kroc Scholarship, download an application at kroccda.org/scholarships or pick up an application from the front desk and return it completed with copies of your household income documents for verification. If your application is approved, you will be enrolled into a Scholarship Orientation.

are available for purchase at the front desk or online. Each pass includes access to either one group exercise class, or access to the climbing wall during Open Climb Time. All attendees

SCHOLARSHIP ORIENTATION

are required to check-in at the front desk. You

All Kroc Scholarship applicants must attend a Kroc Scholarship Orientation. During this hour long

may purchase a pass up to two hours prior to

presentation, you will have the opportunity to learn about the large variety of activities, education

the class or your intended climb time.

classes, and personal enrichment programs that are offered at The Kroc Center. You will also be able to

Climbing equipment is included with purchase.

redeem your scholarship membership immediately following the workshop.

Climbers may use auto belay or a certified be-

UPCOMING ORIENTATIONS

lay partner during Open Climb Time. Unless

Thursday, Jan 19: 1–2pm

Thursday, Apr 20: 5:30–6:30pm

otherwise noted, the minimum age for drop-in

Thursday, Feb 16: 5:30–6:30pm

Thursday, May 18: 1–2pm

classes is 13–14 years with an adult, and 15+

Thursday, Mar 16: 1–2pm

without an adult. Pick up a Drop-in Guide at the

Must submit completed scholarship application 1 week prior to workshop date.

front desk or view online to learn more.

HOW TO RENEW YOUR KROC SCHOLARSHIP Ensure

you

have

completed

the

Life

Skill

requirement.

Download

an

application

at

kroccda.org/scholarships or pick up an application from the front desk and return it completed with copies of your household income documents for verification.

HOW TO OBTAIN LIFE SKILL CREDITS As part of the eligibility requirements all scholarship renewal applicants must have obtained two Life Skills credits. A completion form must be submitted for credit. Download at kroccda.org/scholarships • Attend a Kroc Class (Drop-in Classes do not qualify). Each class counts as one credit.

DROP-IN CLASS & CLIMBING PASS RATES Gold Member

FREE: Included in membership

Silver Member

$4 per class/climb session

Climbing is included in a day pass for non-members.

CLIMBING BELAY CERTIFICATION

• Volunteer at The Kroc Center or in the Community for two hours. Counts as one credit.

Gold Member

$10

• Obtain an annual Wellness Exam. Counts as one credit.

Silver Member

$15

Day Pass User

$15

• Attend a Kroc Church Sunday Service. Counts as one credit. • Attend a Free Kroc Fit45 appointment and workout one time. Counts as one credit. • Donate Blood. Counts as one credit.

VIEW OPEN CLIMB TIME ON PAGE 6!

For a complete list of current classes, visit www.kroccda.org/classes

For more information, call 208.763.0600 or email scholarships@kroccda.org.

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KROC 4 KIDS

SCHOOL’S OUT! DAY CAMP SWIM • CLIMB • CREATE Your 6–13 year old youth will be entertained and supervised by Kroc Attendant staff who also work in the Zone, After School Program, the climbing wall and the gym. Camp days are jam packed with all The Kroc has to offer, including a variety of the following activities:

THE ZONE

FOR AGES 11+ OR ALL AGES WITH ADULT SUPERVISION

FREE

TO MEMBERS OR WITH DAY PASS

CLIMBING

FOR AGES 11+ OR ALL AGES WITH ADULT SUPERVISION

FREE

TO GOLD MEMBERS OR WITH DAY PASS

The Kroc Game Room is the perfect place for

Access to the Climbing Wall is included with a

families and friends to hang out and have fun.

Kroc Gold membership and with the purchase of

Kids 11 and older can be in The Zone alone. Kids

a day pass. Passes for Silver Members are avail-

10 and under are welcome in The Zone accom-

able for purchase. All attendees are required to

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

check-in at the Kroc front desk. Climb equipment

ZONE STAFFED HOURS

is included with purchase. Climbers may use auto belay or a certified belay partner during

swimming, rock climbing, gym games, art,

MONDAY–FRIDAY......................3–8PM

cooking and more! A daily fee is charged for

SATURDAY.....................................NOON–6PM

each session and lunch and two snacks are

SUNDAY.............................................NOON–5PM

CLIMBING WALL OPEN CLIMB TIME

provided. Please remember to bring swim

*Extended Zone hours on no school K–12 District 271 days. Noon–8pm

SATURDAY.......................................NOON–6PM

suit, towel and close toed shoes to every day of camp! AGES 6–13 GOLD MEMBERS $32

PUBLIC/SILVER $40

THE GYM

FOR AGES 11+ OR ALL AGES WITH ADULT SUPERVISION

Open Climb Time.

SUNDAY.............................................NOON–5PM

FREE

TO MEMBERS OR WITH DAY PASS

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PCH101

JAN 27

9:00AM–4:00PM

71PCH102

FEB 20

9:00AM–4:00PM

We make an effort to provide at least one Gym

71PCH103

MAR 27

9:00AM–4:00PM

Bay for use during all facility hours. The Gym is

71PCH104

MAR 28

9:00AM–4:00PM

staffed with Kroc employees during the follow-

71PCH105

MAR 29

9:00AM–4:00PM

71PCH106

MAR 30

9:00AM–4:00PM

ing times throughout the week.

71PCH107

MAR 31

9:00AM–4:00PM

SPRING BREAK DAY CAMP BUY THE WHOLE WEEK AND SAVE!

GOLD MEMBERS $120

PUBLIC/SILVER $140

BUY THE WHOLE WEEK FROM MARCH 27–31 AND SAVE BIG! GOLD MEMBERS WILL SAVE $40 AND SILVER MEMBERS WILL SAVE $60. MUST REGISTER AT THE KROC CENTER FRONT DESK.

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MONDAY–FRIDAY......................3–8PM

*Extended hours during Spring Break.

HUCKLEBERRY HOLLOW

FREE INDOOR PLAYGROUND & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

FOR AGES 10 & UNDER

GYM STAFFED HOURS

A fun place for children 10 and under who are

MONDAY–FRIDAY......................3–9PM

accompanied by an adult. Open to the public

SATURDAY.....................................NOON–8PM

during scheduled hours.

SUNDAY.............................................NOON–5PM

HUCKLEBERRY HOLLOW HOURS

*Extended Gym hours on no school K–12 District 271 days. Noon–8pm

STARTING JAN. 23, 2017 MONDAY–FRIDAY......................2–7PM SATURDAY.......................................10AM–7PM SUNDAY.............................................NOON–5PM


PLAY CARE

CLUB 7–10

FOR AGES 3 MONTHS–6 YEARS

COVE POOL REC SWIM

FOR AGES 7–10

FREE

TO MEMBERS OR WITH DAY PASS

The Kroc Center provides a safe environment

Kids Ages 7–10 will have a blast at The Kroc

for your child while you participate in any

while their parents work out or take a class!

activity in the facility. Play Care is first-come,

Depending on the day, kids ages 7–10 will

first-serve for children 3 months to 6 years.

participate in a variety of fun games and activi-

Space is limited. Two hour maximum per

ties. Space is limited. Two hour maximum per

waterslide, 3 lap lanes, and an indoor family spa.

day. Adult must remain on-site. Monthly

day. Adult must remain on-site.

REC SWIM HOURS

CLUB 7–10 HOURS

MON/WED........................................3:30–5:30PM, 6–8PM

MONDAY–FRIDAY......................4–8PM

FRI/SAT...............................................12:30–3PM, 3:30–5:30PM, 6–8PM

passes are available.

PLAY CARE HOURS MONDAY–FRIDAY......................8AM–8PM

The Cove Pool features a lazy river, beachlike zero entry area for younger swimmers,

CLUB 7–10 RATES

SATURDAY.......................................8:30AM–2PM

PASS TYPE

PLAY CARE RATES PASS TYPE

FOR ALL AGES

GOLD SILVER PUBLIC

Single Day Use: Per Child

$6

$7.50

$9

Monthly Pass: 1st Child

$36

$40

N/A

Monthly Pass: Each Additional Child

$26

$30

N/A

Day Pass users pay the gold member single day use rate for play care. Purchase Play Care passes at the front desk. Questions, call 208.667.1865.

SUNDAY.............................................12:30–3PM, 3:30–5:30PM

DAY GOLD SILVER PASS USER

Single Day Use: Per Child

FREE

$2.50

$4**

PLEASE NOTE: The Cove Pool will be closed in between sessions for scheduled break times.

Monthly Pass: Per Child

FREE

$15

N/A

OPEN TODDLER SWIM MON–FRI...........................................10:30–11:30AM

Please check-in or purchase your Club 7–10 passes at the front desk, and then sign your child in at The Zone. For questions, call 208.763.0677. *Extended Club 7–10 hours on no school K–12 District 271 days. 8:30am–12:30pm. **Must be a day pass user.

SAT.........................................................11AM–NOON

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YOUTH EDUCATION

KROC AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM EVERY DAY AFTER SCHOOL • Now offering group tutoring during After School Program! • Free transportation is provided Monday through Friday from Lakes, Canfield and Woodland Middle Schools to The Kroc Center. • After School Program offers students access to The Salvation Army Digital Learning Program. Students have the opportunity to take computer classes where they can learn about online safety, computers, starting a business, finances and more!

MARCH 27–31, 2017 COVE POOL REC SWIM HOURS: 12:30–3:00PM 3:30–5:30PM 6–8PM ZONE HOURS: NOON –8PM

Kids and u 10 nd requ er super ire v in The ision Kr Cente oc r.

CLUB 7–10 HOURS: 8:30AM–12:30PM 4–8PM CLIMBING WALL: 1–8PM GYM HOURS: NOON–8PM

The Kroc Center offers an after school program to members and nonmembers that consist of free transportation, a healthy snack and organized activities for youth in grades 6–8. Must register at The Kroc Center Front Desk. Scholarships are available. MON–FRI GOLD MEMBERS $16

AGES 11–14 PUBLIC/SILVER $20

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

63PCL101

JAN 3–JUNE 2*

3:00–6:00PM

*After School Program is not available on early dismissal days, school holidays, snow days, & other Kroc events. Calendar will be provided. No class January 16 & 27, February 17 & 20, March 3, 23, 24, 27–31, April 14 & May 26 &29.

FREE MOVIE S! DAILY

,2 All mov :30PM ies are open to th public. e

CAMP KROC

JUNE– AUGUST

Look for details about camp starting March 27, 2017. LEARN MORE ONLINE AT WWW.KROCCDA.ORG

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Gold member registration begins April 3. Silver/Public registration starts April 5.


CLUBS FOR TEENS AGES 11–14 FREE FOR GOLD MEMBERS & AFTER SCHOOL PARTICIPANTS OR WITH DAY PASS PURCHASE! Silver Members $4.

KROC TEEN CLUBS NOT AVAILABLE ON EARLY DISMISSAL DAYS, SCHOOL HOLIDAYS OR SNOW DAYS. No clubs January 16 & 27, February 17 & 20, March 3, 23, 24, 27–31, April 14 & May 26 &29.

Kroc Clubs are a fun way for teens to hang out with friends and explore their talents and interests after school. Each day features different activities, so teens can drop-in once just to try something new, or they can attend each week to continue to develop new skills.

TEEN S.T.E.M. CLUB MONDAYS, 4–5PM

DROP-IN ANYTIME TO TEEN CLUBS!

Learn while engaging in a fun and interactive way using multiple programs spanning across all dimensions of the wonderful world of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Thanks to our club sponsor, Cracker Barrel, our club includes computer programming, LEGO Mechanisms, 3D printing, robot building and so much more! Class #71DCL102

THANKS TO OUR S.T.E.M. CLUB SPONSOR!

TEEN CREATIVE ARTS CLUB TUESDAYS, 4–5PM Express yourself through the arts! Teens will be led through a new activity each week and have the opportunity to work with a wide range of mediums such as acrylic, watercolor, mixed media and much more. Throughout the year we will create take home projects along with artwork to display at The Kroc. We will also participate in community service projects and events. Class #71DCL103

TEEN FILM CLUB THURSDAYS, 4–5PM The Kroc’s Film Club is a great introduction to the exciting world of film! Learn about the entire film making process from creative script

SCHOOL NIGHTS AT THE KROC The Kroc is going to be filled with school cheer this winter and spring! On scheduled dates from 5–8pm we will host the students, families, and staff from local elementary schools. We are excited to partner with each of these schools to build community, friendship, and celebrate Joan Kroc's wish that all the kids of our community have a safe and caring place to spend time. We are looking forward to meeting families and celebrating the pride of each school—its kids!

FEB 17: WINTON MAR 3: BRYAN & BORAH APR 14: FERNAN & ATLAS THE FOLLOWING AREAS WILL BE CLOSED TO MEMBERS AND GUESTS DURING THESE NIGHTS FROM 5–8PM. • 3:30 & 6PM REC SWIM • COVE POOL • ZONE GAME ROOM • GYM • CLIMBING WALL • CLUB 7–10

writing to editing it all together. Club members will create stop motion animation movies, short films, commercials and informational videos. Step in front of The Kroc Green Screen or test the waters as a director, the possibilities are endless! Action! Class #71DCL104

TEEN CLIMBING CLUB FRIDAYS, 4–5PM Soar to new heights in this climbing club drop-in class. Focus on developing a solid foundation for climbing and route progression. Climbing staff will come alongside teen climbers to provide encouragement and coaching for a community of kids with common goals. Class #71DCL105

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KROC CHURCH

JOIN US FOR SUNDAY SERVICE EVERY WEEK AT 10AM. Kroc Church is a place where all types of people from different walks of life gather to study the Bible, worship God, spend time with friends and serve our community in many different ways. We aim to be followers of Jesus 24/7, and 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 Chris-

EVERY SUNDAY AT 10AM. EVERYONE WELCOME!

CHILDREN’S MINISTRY EVERY SUNDAY AT 10AM

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 sim-

tianity and looking for answers, you are welcome. In our Sunday gatherings we will sing, study the Bible

ple, easy to understand terms.

together and make time to respond to what God is doing in our lives.

PRE-K & KINDERGARTEN Drop-off/Pick-up in Huckleberry Hollow

ENCOURAGE, EQUIP & ENGAGE: OUR CHURCH DNA At Kroc Church, we Encourage, Equip & Engage (E3) on a daily basis as we strive to glorify God with our lives. We encourage one another into a relationship with Jesus Christ, and into healthy relationships with one another. We equip with the truth of God’s Word so that we can face our daily struggles, and we engage our community by making a difference in the lives of other people, by sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ, and by serving them in His name.

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.

1ST–3RD GRADES & 4TH–6TH GRADES Drop-off/Pick-up in the Community Rooms

COFFEE TALK AT THE KROC | SUNDAYS AT 9:45AM

This is where the fun begins! Children in these

Questions about Christianity? The Bible? Whether you have been going to church for years, or just

classes are entering the age where they’re apply-

heard the name of Jesus for the first time, our Ministry Team is available in the Cafe and in the church

ing what they learn from the Bible into practice in

lobby to meet, greet and talk to. We would love to have a chance to get to know you, answer your

their own lives. Children will engage in small group

questions and have some conversation about what it means to be a follower of Christ. A casual and re-

discussions where they share how they can apply

laxed time just prior to our 10AM service where you can be heard and be known. Show up any Sunday

what they learned from scripture to everyday life.

for free coffee and some great discussion.

Prayer and worship are also a focus in the lesson

FAMILY SUNDAYS | 1ST SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH 10AM Bring the whole family for worship, with a children’s message and upbeat music followed by a free brunch for all! Kroc Church is the place to worship together, play together, and enjoy God’s good blessings together.

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KROC CHURCH

KROC CHURCH MID-WEEK DISCIPLESHIP Being followers of Jesus doesn't just happen on Sunday. Kroc Church offers opportunities for Fellowship and learning all week long.

YOUTH SUNBEAMS FOR GIRLS

ADVENTURE CORPS FOR BOYS

Sunbeams is a Christ-centered scouting pro-

Adventure Corps is a Christ-centered adven-

gram for young girls ages 6–11 that empha-

ture program for boys ages 7–12. Join us for

sizes the importance of growing spiritually,

weekly activities that encourage physical,

mentally, physically and socially. Through fun

emotional and spiritual growth. This is a great

activities, field trips, service projects, and op-

opportunity to allow your boys to be boys in a

portunities to earn badges, girls have a ref-

safe, fun, experiential environment with lead-

uge and a place to be themselves. They will

ers excited to build into the lives of young

deepen their relationships with Jesus, gain

people in our community. Additional costs for

self-confidence, and begin to discover how

trips and camps may apply. Pick-up in the gym.

God can use them to make a difference in the

If you are interested in volunteering with the Ad-

world. It is more important than ever to protect the hearts, minds and bodies of our daughters—now is the time. For questions, call Rosie at 208.763.0617. Space is limited. WEDNESDAYS, 33 CLASSES AGES 6–11 GIRLS FREE $10 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

63PCH101

SEPT 14–MAY 31*

4:30–5:30PM

*No class March 22 & 29.

Rosanna.Cudmore@usw.salvationarmy.org. WEDNESDAYS, 33 CLASSES AGES 7–12 BOYS FREE $10 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

63PCH102

SEPT 14–MAY 31*

4:30–5:30PM

*No class March 22 & 29.

ADULTS KROC COMMUNITY GROUPS

THE CONNECTION MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP WEDNESDAYS, 6–8PM

weekly, where they study the Bible, have fun,

The Connection is an opportunity for middle

krocchurch@kroccda.org.

and high school students to hang out with other people of their age group. Come and

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

join us for a free meal! The rest of the evening

All women are invited to share a time of wor-

we play some games and talk about life and

ship including study, small group discussion,

how Jesus’ love impacts it. We look forward to

prayer, and fellowship.

available anytime you have a question, comment, or concern. Just stop by, call or email us 208.763.0594 or krocchurch@kroccda.org

CENTERED YOUNG ADULT COMMUNITY GROUP

Community Groups allow our church family to live life and grow together. Groups meet

Missed a Sunday service? Listen online at kroccda.org/worship Become a fan on Facebook at facebook.com/krocchurchcda

Kroc Church Easter Service

Sunday, April 16 at 10am

and reach out to the community. For a list of current groups call Jeff at 208.763.0601 or email

Kroc Center Closed except for Easter Service.

WEDNESDAY WOMEN WEDNESDAYS, 6:30–8PM All women are invited to come. Join us and share in times of worship, fellowship, education and service.

Centered is a gathering of young adults fo-

MEN'S BIBLE STUDY FRIDAY MORNINGS, 6:30–8AM

cused on living life together while pursuing Je-

Join a small group of men as they fellowship

sus. This group meets weekly for discussion of

and study God's Word together.

The Bible and activities. For more information

MEN’S DINNER AND A MOVIE NIGHT EVERY 3RD FRIDAY, 6–8PM

and a meeting time, call 208.763.0594

For more information or to speak with a pastor, call us at 208.763.0601

venture Corps program please email Rosie at

TEEN & YOUNG ADULTS

having you join us in the Connection. We are

STAY IN TOUCH WITH KROC CHURCH

Join other men from Church and the community as we share a meal and watch an inspiring movie. Free to attend and the meal is provided.

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ADULT DANCE

ADULT TAP I

BALLROOM DANCE LESSONS

Tap incorporates musicality, rhythm, timing,

Group lessons create the perfect fun and so-

PRIVATE DANCE LESSONS

coordination and balance. Students will learn

cial atmosphere for dancers of all levels to

Work one-on-one with our dance instructor,

basic tap skills such as time-steps, shuffle, flap,

hone their skills. Whether you’ve always want-

Lindsay Oliver, to achieve your goals. Lind-

ball-change and much more. Wear active style

ed to learn ballroom dance or want to polish

say has a Master’s Degree in Physical Educa-

clothing. Tap shoes are required.

long lost skills, Kroc instructors can help! Each

tion with an emphasis in dance and comes to

FRIDAYS, 11 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $56

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $70

session lasts four weeks with a focus on the Foxtrot and Salsa! Take one session or all four

us with over 20 years teaching experience. Whether your child needs extra help with their dance routine or you and your fiancé want help putting together a special routine for your first dance, we can help! Call the programming department at 208.763.0641 to schedule an appointment.

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAC101

JAN 20–APR 7*

5:15–6:15PM

Registration End Date: January 27. *No class Mar 31.

PUBLIC/SILVER $30

All prices are per person.

to really look sharp on the dance floor as we move in to the season of weddings and other social engagements!

ADULT TAP II Adult Tap II incorporates musicality, rhythm, timing, coordination and balance. Students will

45-MIN DANCE LESSON GOLD MEMBERS $24

following styles: East Coast Swing, Rumba,

THURSDAYS, 4 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $24*

learn essence, time steps, shim shams, run-

CLASS #

ning flaps and much more. Wear active style

71PAC103

clothing. Tap shoes are required.

JAN 26–FEB 16

TIME 7:45–8:45PM

RUMBA FEB 23–MAR 16

7:45–8:45PM

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $70

71PAC105

FOXTROT APR 6–27

7:45–8:45PM

71PAC106

SALSA MAY 4–25

7:45–8:45PM

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAC102

JAN 20–APR 7*

4:00–5:00PM

Registration End Date: January 27. *No class Mar 31.

DATES EAST COAST SWING

71PAC104

Prerequisite: Must have taken Adult Tap l or have instructor approval.

FRIDAYS, 11 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $56

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $30*

WHEN YOU PURCHASE CLASSES FOR

E YOU & YOUR DANCE PARTNER!** % SAV classes must be purchased in one transaction 20 **All at The Kroc Center front desk.

ICE ARENA Frontier Ice Arena offers learn to skate USA classes. These classes make skating fun for all, as they grow an everlasting love for the sport. Through our updated program and our certified instructors, we build solid skilled progression to grow self-esteem in both kids and adults while providing them the resources to reach their hopes and dreams. Frontier Ice Area and The Kroc Center are proud to partner and bring added discounts to our members. Kroc members now get 10% off all Frontier Ice Arena Learn to Skate Classes and $2 off public skate when you show your Kroc membership card. Can not be combined with any other offer. Hockey registration and information: www.frontierIcearena.org Learn to skate/figure skating registration and information: www.lakecityfigureskating.org 12

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YOUTH DANCE CLASSES PRESCHOOL TAP & BALLET

YOUTH BALLET

NEW! CREATIVE COMBO II

Young dancers will learn the fundamentals of

Ballet is the foundation of all dance forms

Our level ll Creative Combo class continues to

both ballet and tap while developing self con-

and is essential for a dancer to reach their full

bring in elements from jazz, ballet and hip hop

fidence, poise, and coordination. The tap por-

potential. In this class dancers will learn bal-

with an added level of difficulty. We will cover

tion will focus on rhythm, timing and creating

let steps and terminology. Body placement,

more advanced combinations in a faster pace

music with the feet. The ballet portion of the

flexibility, balance, strength and technique are

environment. Previous dance experience is re-

class will teach technique and body alignment.

achieved through barre and center floor work.

quired, either one full year of Creative Combo

Students should come dressed in leotard and

Students should come dressed in leotard and

l or one year of a recent dance class. All music

tights. Ballet slippers and tap shoes required.

tights and ballet shoes.

and moves will be age appropriate. Wear ac-

TUESDAYS, 10 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $52

TUESDAYS, 10 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $52

AGE 3 PUBLIC/SILVER $65

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAC107

JAN 17–APR 4*

3:30–4:15PM

Registration End Date: January 24. *No class Feb 14 & Mar 28. TUESDAYS, 10 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $52

AGES 7–11 PUBLIC/SILVER $65

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAC111

JAN 17–APR 4*

5:30–6:15PM

Registration End Date: January 24.

AGE 4 PUBLIC/SILVER $65

DATES

TIME

YOUTH HIP-HOP

JAN 17–APR 4*

4:00–5:15PM

This studio style high energy class will incor-

71PAC108

JAN 17–APR 4*

4:30–5:15PM

porate hip-hop music and athletic movements

Registration End Date: January 24. *No class Feb 14 & Mar 28.

such as overhead kicks, spins and jumps.

NEW! KINDER COMBO

be ready to groove!

Wear active style clothing, tennis shoes and

& 6, this class teaches etiquette, posture and grace along with personal expression through artistic means. Students should come dressed in leatard and tights. Ballet slippers and tap shoes required. MONDAYS, 10 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $52

AGES 5–6 PUBLIC/SILVER $65

WEDNESDAYS, 11 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $56

AGES 7–11 PUBLIC/SILVER $70

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAC112

JAN 18–APR 5*

5:15–6:00PM

Registration End Date: January 25. *No class Mar 29.

YOUTH TAP The sound of tap shoes hitting the floor is used as a percussive instrument to teach tap. In ad-

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

ing, coordination and balance. Students will

JAN 23–APR 10*

4:15–5:00PM

learn basic tap skills such as time-steps, shuf-

Registration End Date: January 30. *No class Feb 20 & Mar 27.

fle, flap, ball-change and much more. Wear ac-

YOUTH JAZZ

MONDAYS, 10 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $52

Winter Spring Dance Recital TUE, APR 11, 2017 Showcasing Preschool Tap & Ballet, and Youth Tap, Ballet, Jazz, Creative Combo, Kinder Combo & Hip-Hop Classes! Mandatory dress rehearsal at 5PM. Performance at 6:30PM.

tive style clothing. Tap shoes are required.

Jazz dance is a blend of ballet technique and Broadway-style performance. Students will learn fundamental dance techniques and how to move with proper body alignment. Dancers will gain flexibility, strength, coordination, and develop as confident performers. All moves and music are age appropriate. Wear active style clothing. Jazz shoes required. AGES 7–11 PUBLIC/SILVER $70

AGES 7–11 PUBLIC/SILVER $65

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAC113

JAN 23–APR 10*

5:15–6:00PM

Registration End Date: January 30. *No class Feb 20 & Mar 27.

CREATIVE COMBO I This creative combo class combines youth jazz with added elements of ballet and hiphop. Dancers will learn a variety of techniques and styles and how to combine them together

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

for choreography and performance. All music

71PAC110

JAN 18–APR 5*

4:15–5:00PM

and moves will be age appropriate. Wear ac-

Registration End Date: January 25. *No class Mar 29.

Registration End Date: January 24. *No class March 28.

dition to musicality, tap develops rhythm, tim-

71PAC109

WEDNESDAYS, 11 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $56

AGES 9–14 PUBLIC/SILVER $75

71PAC115

TIME

dance forms. Specifically designed for ages 5

TUESDAYS, 11 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $60 CLASS #

DATES

viding a well-rounded experience of multiple

Prerequisite: Previous dance experience is required, either one full year of Creative Combo l or one year of recent dance classes.

*No class Feb 14 & Mar 28.

CLASS #

Tap, jazz and ballet are taught to students pro-

tive style clothing. Jazz shoes required.

tive style clothing. Jazz shoes required. WEDNESDAYS, 11 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $60

AGES 8–11 PUBLIC/SILVER $75

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAC114

JAN 18–APR 5*

4:30–5:25PM

Registration End Date: January 25. *No class Mar 29.

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CULTURAL CLASSES

SENIORS

YOUTH COOKING AND CULTURE

NEW! S.T.E.M. EXPERIENCE

OPEN SENIOR TIME

Cooking and culture all in one class! Our

Join S.T.E.M. Experience to learn more about

monthly focus will change but the fun and

the wonderful world of Science, Technology,

interactive learning environment never ends!

Engineering and Mathematics! We will spend

EVERY WEDNESDAY! NOON–2PM FREE FOR KROC MEMBERS OR WITH PURCHASE OF A DAY PASS

Your child will have the opportunity to learn the

time on three different areas this Winter Spring

origin of several different holidays and cultural

Season. Our first session is based around

celebrations. Choose from: Chinese New Year,

Lego’s Mindstorm NXT kits. Each week we

Mardi Gras, Easter Celebration, Arbor Day and

will teach students about robotics and build

Maritime Day! Each class will include an eti-

up to Sumo Bots. Our second session dives

quette lesson, themed activities and of course,

into testing density and buoyancy of various

cooking!

objects, while building up to creating your own

JANUARY 23: C  HINESE NEW YEAR FEBRUARY 27: MARDI GRAS APRIL 3: E ASTER CELEBRATION APRIL 24: ARBOR DAY MAY 22: MARITIME DAY

submarine! Last but not least in session three

MONDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $12

we will be designing 3D objects and printing them out with our state of the art 3D printer.

AGES 6–10 PUBLIC/SILVER $15

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAC116 71PAC117 71PAC118 71PAC119 71PAC120

MON, JAN 23 MON, FEB 27 MON, APR 3 MON, APR 24 MON, MAY 22

4:00–6:00PM 4:00–6:00PM 4:00–6:00PM 4:00–6:00PM 4:00–6:00PM

WEDNESDAYS, 4 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $32

AGES 7–11 PUBLIC/SILVER $40

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAC122

NXT JAN 18–FEB 8

4:30–6:00PM

71PAC123

SUBMARINE 101 MAR 1–22

4:30–6:00PM

71PAC124

3D PRINTING MAY 3–24

4:30–6:00PM

Join us every Wednesday for laughter, lunch and a lot of games and activities. Relax and make new friends while enjoying some of your favorite activities. Check out our monthly Senior Newsletter in The Kroc lobby for a detailed weekly schedule or online at kroccda.org/classes. Class #63DAC103

SENIOR TIME FIELD TRIPS, MEET 10AM AT THE KROC This Winter Spring season seniors

BRIN

have eight opportunities to attend SAC G A K LUNC H Kroc field trips! Pre-registered & JOIN TH FUN!

participants will meet at The Kroc

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roundabout at 10AM on Field Trip days. View individual costs and activities in the senior newsletter at the front desk or call Peni at 208.763.0614. All field trips are weather permitting. The cost to register for field trips is $5/ per person for transportation provided by The Kroc.

YOUTH & TEEN THEATRE YOUTH THEATRE: WINNIE THE POOH

TEEN THEATRE: THE WIZARD OF OZ

Join us as we journey through The Hundred

We’re not in Coeur d’Alene anymore! Join Dor-

Acre Wood to find Winnie the Pooh and all of

othy, Toto and all of their friends from Oz in our

his friends! The ten-week program will keep

ten-week theatre program! Throughout this

your kiddos active and engaged while learn-

session we will focus on basic performance

ing basic performance skills that correlate to

skills through fun and engaging theatre exer-

real-life and developing social skills. Through

JAN 13 & JAN 27: SCHWEITZER VILLAGE FEB 10 & FEB 24: DAVENPORT TOUR MAR 10 & MAR 31: B  IRD AVIATION MUSEUM MAY 12 & MAY 26: MANITO PARK 1 FIELD TRIP $5 PER PERSON

AGES 55+

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAC126

FRI, JAN 13

STARTS 10AM

71PAC127

FRI, JAN 27

STARTS 10AM

cises and games. Gain confidence performing

71PAC128

FRI, FEB 10

STARTS 10AM

71PAC129

FRI, FEB 24

STARTS 10AM

theatre exercises and games, your children

in front of an audience, express yourself using

71PAC130

FRI, MAR 10

STARTS 10AM

will learn how to be confident in front of an

voice and movements to communicate ideas,

71PAC131

FRI, MAR 31

STARTS 10AM

audience, how to use their voices and move-

practice team skills and have fun! At the end

71PAC132

FRI, MAY 12

STARTS 10AM

ments to communicate ideas and practice

of the ten weeks we will put on a memorable

71PAC133

FRI, MAY 26

STARTS 10AM

working as a team toward a specific goal. At

production for family and friends!

the end of the ten weeks we will put on an un-

THURSDAYS, 10 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $52

forgettable production for family and friends! THURSDAYS, 10 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $52

AGES 6–10 PUBLIC/SILVER $65

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAC121

JAN 19–APR 6*

5:45–6:45 PM

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAC125

JAN 19–APR 6*

7:00–8:00PM

*No class Mar 23/30.

*No class Mar 23/30.

Winter Spring Youth & Teen Theatre Performances

THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2017

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ARTS & CULTURE

FINE ARTS & CRAFTS ADULT FINE ART WORKSHOPS Learn from a talented local artist each session! The artist will guide you through a new painting each evening, from first brush stroke to last. Mediums include Watercolor, Acrylic and Mixed Media. You will take a finished project home with you at the end of class. In February and April, join us for our brand new focus, Painting Through Christ. Christina Hull will guide you through painting with acrylics and share some of her favorite bible verses. We encourage everyone to have a specific verse in mind as we will be incorporating it into the paintings. JANUARY: W  ATERCOLOR FEBRUARY: ACRYLIC MARCH: M  IXED MEDIA APRIL: ACRYLIC MAY: WATERCOLOR TUESDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $22

JANUARY: WATERCOLOR

FEBRUARY: ACRYLIC

MARCH: MIXED MEDIA

APRIL: ACRYLIC

MAY: WATERCOLOR

ADULT FINE ART WORSHOPS AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $27.50

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAC134 71PAC135 71PAC136 71PAC137 71PAC138

TUES, JAN 17 TUES, FEB 21 TUES, MAR 21 TUES, APR 18 TUES, MAY 16

6:00–8:00PM 6:00–8:00PM 6:00–8:00PM 6:00–8:00PM 6:00–8:00PM

Each month we will be creating a new painting. Mediums include Watercolor, Acrylic and Mixed Media. Sign up for one or all five!

YOUTH CREATIVE ART Are your children passionate about art? Sign them up for one of this season’s four week art workshops. Children will learn the seven Elements of Art: color, form, shape, line, texture, value, and space through a variety of fun projects! Disciplines include drawing, sketching, painting, and mixed media. Your kids will love to bring home a new masterpiece each week! Supplies included! MONDAYS, 4 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $32

AGES 6–10 PUBLIC/SILVER $40

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAC139 71PAC140 71PAC141 71PAC142

JAN 23–FEB 13 FEB 27–MAR 20 APR 3–24 MAY 1–22

4:30–6:00PM 4:30–6:00PM 4:30–6:00PM 4:30–6:00PM

KNITTING AND CROCHET CLUB EVERY TUESDAY, NOON–2PM Bring in your knitting and crochet projects and a lunch and spend the afternoon with other crafters of all ages! Looking to learn how to knit or crochet? No problem! We have wonderful attendees that can help you along the way. Wanting to make sure your creations go to good use? We give the option to make community service items benefitting Kroc families and programs! Class #71PAC143

Scrapbook Boot Camp M–9PM

ARY 11, 9A SAT. FEBRU

Bring your own projects and supplies and join in with fellow scrappers for a day of fun and GOLD MEMBER sharing. Includes lunch and S $1 6 dinner. Ages 15+. PUBLIC/S ILVER Class #71PAC144 $2

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION

HEALTH, WELLNESS & NUTRITION NEW! JUICING YOUR WAY TO VITALITY

STOP THE HORMONE MADNESS! Presented by Lakeside Holistic Health

NEW! DIY BODY CARE FOR EVERY BODY

Presented by Natural Grocers

Are you suffering from hot flashes, night

Presented by Natural Grocers

Did you know approximately 91% of Americans

sweats, low libido, low energy and weight

You eat organic and read labels to avoid chem-

don’t meet the recommendations for vegeta-

gain? Are you confused about your hor-

icals, but what about your body care products?

ble consumption? Juicing is an easy way to vir-

mones? Unsure of what to do? Are you not

The average American uses 9 products a day

tually guarantee that you will reach your daily

getting the answers to your questions? This

for a total of 126 different ingredients—many

target for fresh produce. Learn the latest tips

class is for you! We will discuss natural ways

of which are hormone disrupters, neurotoxins

and trends to juicing the rainbow and to Juic-

to balance your hormones, the best lab test-

and skin irritants. Scrub goodbye to skin care

ing Your Way to Vitality!

ing to monitor your hormones, and how to find

chemicals and learn fun, easy do-it-yourself

balance naturally.

body care using oils, foods and everyday

THURSDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 18+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED

home ingredients.

FRIDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $4

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $4

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PCL101

FRI, JAN 13

6:00–7:30PM

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

NEW! FERMENTED FOODS, LIVEN UP YOUR PLATE!

71PCL103

THURS, FEB 23

6:00–7:30PM

Presented by Natural Grocers Did you know that 90% of the cells in your body are bacteria? Eating fermented, probioticrich foods keeps these bacteria—and YOU— healthy. For thousands of years, humans have relied on these superfoods for overall health, but today our diet is often lacking in them. Join us to sample and learn about a variety of living cultured foods, from yogurt and kefir to kimchi. Add some life to your plate! THURSDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 15+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PCL102

THURS, FEB 9

5:30–7PM

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AGES 10+ PUBLIC/SILVER $4

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PCL105

FRI, APR 21

6:00–7:30PM

IMPROVE YOUR DIGESTIVE HEALTH Presented by Lakeside Holistic Health Digestion is the foundation for health. “Leaky gut” is a very real issue that is the common

ACTIVATE CDA

cause of chronic digestive issues such as gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, and other

ACTIVATE CDA:

health conditions including headaches, skin

The Kootenai Recovery Community Center

rashes, and ADHD. Learn how to optimize your

Be part of a community dedicated to recovery

gut through diet and supplements to achieve

through intentional relationship building, physi-

optimal health.

cal activity and fun. Monthly activities include

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

hiking, sports, field trips, community projects and

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PCL104

THURS, MAR 9

6:00–7:30PM

special events. Visit kootenairecoverycenter.org for upcoming activities. Call (208) 932-8005 to reserve your spot today!


COMMUNITY EDUCATION

COMMUNITY SUPPORT NEW! MIGHTY WOMEN & MEN OF GOD

SUICIDE PREVENTION–ASK A QUESTION, SAVE A LIFE

EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS TO EMPLOYMENT

STARTS JANUARY 3, AGES 13+ WOMEN MEET WEDS, 11:30AM–NOON MEN MEET WEDS, NOON–12:30PM

Presented by Panhandle Health District

Presented by North Idaho College

Question, Persuade, Refer. QPR is an approach

This class will help determine your profession-

to confronting someone about their possible

al education goals, whether you are preparing

thoughts of suicide. Learn how to identify the

for the workplace or exploring more long term

warning signs of suicide and ask the question

options for continuing your education. If your

most people don’t think to ask. You could be

goal is to complete your GED, prepare for pro-

the one to save a life.

fessional technical training or get ready to en-

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

ter college, this course will introduce the free

Join us for a time of study, fellowship and prayer. We will be studying and discussing the Word of God with a variety of leader's and topics throughout the weeks and months. No long term commitments are needed, just come when you are able. No prior knowledge is necessary. Come, learn and grow with us.

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

Look for signage in the lobby for meeting

71PCL109

THUR, JAN 12

5:30–7:00PM

location.

NEW! JUST US GIRLS: CLAIMING IDENTITY AND SELF WORTH Course presents critical, life-changing information for teen girls and young women to help develop skills for an empowered life. Attendees will learn personal responsibility, expressing themselves well, and problem solving based on good decision making. Teenoriented social media tools will be utilized during this course. The format is group-discussion

NEW! FINANCIAL PLANNING BASICS

Community Outreach Team

financial goals, budgeting, creating an emer-

We all have “prickly people” in our life. Many

gency fund, and more. Don’t put it off, start

times those who drive us the craziest some-

getting financially fit before we get too far into

times are ones we love the most! Join us as

the New Year!

we journey through some upbeat and practical

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

ways to reflect God’s unconditional love, to ap-

71PCL110

SAT, FEB 25

10:00–11:00AM

TIME 5:15–6:45PM

LIVING WELL: BODY, MIND, SPIRIT Presented by Heritage Health

*No class Mar 28.

Life is complicated and demanding. What

GRIEF RELEASE WORKSHOP

does it take to live a good life, a life of integrity

Presented by Lake City Community Church

and balance? What does it take to be physical-

Grief comes in many forms, such as loss of

ly healthy, mentally happy, and spiritually satis-

a loved one, unemployment, divorce, empty

fied? And what happens when you are chal-

nest syndrome, and more. Whatever your loss,

lenged in one or more of those areas? Join us

this workshop gives you the opportunity to

for a discussion of how to live a healthy and

meet others who share similar life experiences

satisfying life, regardless of what life throws at

and to support and be supported. Join us as

you. Topics include:

we address these issues in a practical, step-

• A Healthy Mind by Dr. David Wait

by-step healing process. For more informa-

• A Healthy Body by Dr. Joseph Abate

tion contact Joanie Dwyer at 208.676.0632.

• A Healthy Spirit by Rodney Wright

Payment of $10 cash/check is due to instructor

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

on first day of class. TUESDAYS, 5 CLASSES AGES 18+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PCL107 71PCL108

JAN 10–FEB 7 FEB 21–MAR 21

1:00–3:00PM 7:00–9:00PM

1:00–2:30PM

where you will learn the basics about setting

TUESDAY, 12 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $10 DATES

TIME

TUES, APR 4

NEW! HOW TO HUG A PORCUPINE

TIME

JAN 10–APR 4*

DATES

71PCL112

Presented by The Kroc Church and The Kroc

DATES

CLASS #

CLASS #

This workshop is interactive and educational

CLASS #

71PCL106

TUESDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 18+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED

Presented by Thrivent Financial

curriculum where positivity is encouraged. AGES 12+ PUBLIC/SILVER $10

educational services available to you!

ply some biblical truth, learn appropriate confrontation skills and you may even discover how to develop healthy relationships. Check out the book before the class if you’d like: Porcupine People by Lee Ezell. SATURDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 15+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PCL113

SAT, APR 8

10:00AM–12:00PM

NEW! IDENTITY THEFT: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Presented by Thrivent Financial Be a step ahead in protecting your identity. Learn how identity theft can occur, get tips and tools to help protect yourself, and discuss

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PCL111

THUR, MAR 9

6:00–8:00PM

what to do if this growing crime happens to you or a loved one. WEDNESDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 18+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PCL114

WED, MAY 3

10:30–11:30AM

Although many classes are free, it’s important to register in advance to make sure that you reserve your spot. Sign up today at The Kroc front desk or register online at www.kroccda.org/classes

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION

CPR & BABYSITTING COMMUNITY OUTREACH FUNDRAISING DRIVE

Thank you! Through Pay It Forward, Kroc Center members have donated more than $16,000 since 2015 to provide: • After School Transportation & Teen Clubs • Basic Needs for Families in Crisis • Life-saving Water Safety Instruction • Opportunities for everyone to live a full life

BABYSITTER'S TRAINING

SENIORS & ADVANCE CARE PLANNING

This course will provide youth who are plan-

MEDICARE 101

ning to babysit with the knowledge and skills

Presented by SHIBA

necessary to safely and responsibly give care

Is Medicare confusing? This class will help you

to children and infants. This training will help

understand your options in the Medicare pro-

participants develop leadership skills, learn

gram so that you will be able to make informed

how to develop a babysitting business, keep

choices about enrollment and coverage. You

themselves and others safe and help children

will learn about SHIBA, a great resource that

behave. They will learn about basic child care,

can help you put together the pieces of the

how to care for respiratory and cardiac emer-

Senior Health Insurance Puzzle. You do not

gencies, and basic first aid. Participants will

need to be enrolled in Medicare to attend this

receive a Pediatric First Aid/CPR certification.

class.

MON/WED, 4 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $56

TUESDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 18+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED

AGES 11–15 SILVER/PUBLIC $70

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PCL115 71PCL116

JAN 9–18 MAR 13–22

5:00–8:00PM 5:00–8:00PM

71PCL122 71PCL123 71PCL124 71PCL125 71PCL126

TUES, JAN 31 TUES, FEB 28 TUES, MAR 28 TUES, APR 25 TUES, MAY 30

1:00–3:00PM 1:00–3:00PM 1:00–3:00PM 1:00–3:00PM 1:00–3:00PM

HYBRID* AMERICAN RED CROSS COMMUNITY FIRST AID/CPR/AED Learn how to be a community responder who can act in emergency situations by recognizing and providing care for life-threatening emer-

Will you Pay It Forward?

gencies. This course is offered in a blended

We've made it easy for you to help

learning format, which is an independent on-

others in a big way. You can sign up

line class and test followed by an instructor-led skill session. Each participant will be contacted

starting March 6 to have a $2, $10,

prior to class and will be given the instructions

$20 or any amount donation added

for accessing online course work. Upon suc-

to your monthly membership transaction. 100% of your tax-deductible gifts

cessful completion of all course requirements participants will be given a printed American Red Cross certification. Does not meet re-

will benefit The Kroc Center's com-

quirement for healthcare providers or profes-

munity outreach programs.

sional rescuers. See prerequisites. MONDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $28

AGES 15+ SILVER/PUBLIC $35

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PCL117 71PCL118 71PCL119 71PCL120 71PCL121

MON, JAN 9 MON, FEB 13 MON, MAR 13 MON, APR 10 MON, MAY 8

6:15–8:15PM 6:15–8:15PM 6:15–8:15PM 6:15–8:15PM 6:15–8:15PM

Registration Deadline: One Week Prior to Class *What does hybrid mean? These classes have both online and hands-on coursework. Prerequisites: Online course work must be completed prior to start of class. After registration, you will be contacted via email with additional instructions. Internet and computer access required. System requirements: Up to date versions of Adobe Acrobat Reader and Adobe Flash. Email address is required.

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Kootenai Clinic Appointment Center Need to find a physician and schedule an appointment? Start here: (208) 625-6767 Call our Appointment Center to find a physician and schedule an appointment at one of our Kootenai Clinic locations. Appointment Center representatives can help you: ◗ ◗ ◗

Determine the type of physician you need Find an appointment that fits your schedule Answer questions about what to expect at your appointment

Call the Appointment Center at (208) 625-6767 or request an appointment online at appointmentcenter.kh.org

These are my school supplies

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AQUATICS

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS YOUTH PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS AGES 3–14

6 LESSONS: GOLD $80 | SILVER MEMBERS $100

ADULT PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS AGES 15+

6 LESSONS: GOLD $80 | SILVER MEMBERS $100

SEMI-PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS AGES 3+ ONE HALF HOUR: GOLD MEMBERS $16 SILVER MEMBERS $20 prices are per person

Our private lessons are created to help your

Learn to swim, improve your stroke, train for

child reach their swimming goals. Whether

a race, or review basic water safety during an

FIVE HALF HOURS: GOLD MEMBERS $64 SILVER MEMBERS $80 prices are per person

they need help blowing bubbles or refinement

adult private lesson. Our coaches will design a

Partner training sessions will allow you and

of their stroke, our instructors will develop a

plan to meet your specific goals. Private les-

your training partner to work with a Kroc

personalized lesson plan. Youth Private Les-

sons can also be scheduled with a family mem-

Coach to reach your agreed upon goals. Train-

sons are scheduled along with group lessons.

ber or friend. To schedule your private swim

ing partners must be found by participants

To schedule your private swim lesson, please

lesson, please contact us as 208.763.0657

prior to coaching sessions. To schedule your

contact us as 208.763.0657

semi-private swim lesson, please contact us as 208.763.0657

24 hour notice required for private swim lesson cancellations. If less than 24 hour notice is provided, it may result in loss of lesson. No refunds will be given for remaining unused sessions 90 days after purchase date.

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APRIL 8, NOON–6PM, FREE Join us at The Kroc Center for the 1st Annual April Pools Day Celebration. The event will feature staffed info tables highlighting our new and upcoming aquatic programs, a question and answer session with our aquatics staff, and a presentation on drowning prevention awareness. Packets for The Krocman Sprint Tri will also be available for pick up during the event.


SWIM

LESSON TIPS & TRICKS

AMERICAN RED CROSS

SWIM LESSONS

• Evaluate your child’s swim ability and choose a class level, date and time.

PARENT & CHILD SWIM LESSONS

• Register for class online or at the Front Desk. Classes fill quickly.

AGES 6 MONTHS–3 YEARS PARENT & CHILD LEVEL 1 Parents are taught how to safely hold and work with their child in the water. Water exploration, games, and new water skills will make this class a fun experience for both of you.

PARENT & CHILD LEVEL 2

• 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.

Parents and children improve and expand the swimming and safety skills learned in level one.

PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS RECOMMENDED AGES 4– 5 YEARS PRESCHOOL LEVEL 1 Children may be new to the water or have prior experience. Swimmers 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 rolling from front to back.

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.

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.

• 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. • 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. Please note: no refunds will be given when bathroom incidents occur. • Bring your child’s towel onto the pool deck. Keep your child warm before and after lessons.

LEARN TO SWIM LESSONS RECOMMENDED 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, backstroke, elementary backstroke, and will continue to improve their form for freestyle.

• Check in at the Swim Lesson table in the Cove Pool. Non-members must also sign up at the front desk. Please help your child remember the Instructor’s name and the class color. Pass this information on to anyone who may be bringing your child to lessons.

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.

• Please do not bring your child to swim lessons if they are ill. Please note: Makeup lessons are not available. • At the end of the set of lessons, your Instructor will recommend the appropriate class level for the next set of lessons. Class levels are frequently repeated to allow students to master skills and feel successful before moving on to a new level.

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SATURDAY SWIM LESSONS AMERICAN RED CROSS

PARENT & CHILD

HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT SWIM LESSONS

AGES 6 MOS–3 YRS

SWIM LESSONS

STUDENT SKILL LEVEL/AGE

FOUR 25-MINUTE SATURDAY LESSONS GOLD MEMBERS $20 SILVER/PUBLIC $25

JAN 7–28

FEB 4–25

MAR 4–25

APR 8–29

MAY 6–JUN 3*

LEVEL 1

10:00–10:25AM

10:00–10:25AM

10:00–10:25AM

10:00–10:25AM

10:00–10:25AM

CLASS #71PAQ101

CLASS #71PAQ102

CLASS #71PAQ103

CLASS #71PAQ104

CLASS #71PAQ105

LEVEL 2

10:30–10:55AM

10:30–10:55AM

10:30–10:55AM

10:30–10:55AM

10:30–10:55AM

CLASS #71PAQ113

CLASS #71PAQ114

CLASS #71PAQ115

CLASS #71PAQ116

CLASS #71PAQ117

*No Class May 27

PICK YOUR DAY OF THE WEEK

3

PICK YOUR DATE RANGE

4

CHOOSE YOUR TIME

REGISTER AT THE FRONT DESK OR ONLINE AT WWW.KROCCDA.ORG

LEVEL 1

AGES 4–5 YRS

2

PRESCHOOL

1

FIND YOUR CHILD’S SKILL LEVEL

STUDENT SKILL LEVEL/AGE

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

Questions? Contact the Aquatics Department at 208.763.0657.

LEVEL 1:

zed Personali hing c a swim co able! See il a also av r details. page 20 fo

Intro To Aquatics

LEVEL 2:

AGES 6+

LEARN TO SWIM

Aquatic Fundamentals

LEVEL 3: Stroke

Development

LEVEL 4:

Stroke Improvement

LEVEL 5:

Stroke Refinement

FOUR 40-MINUTE SATURDAY LESSONS GOLD MEMBERS $32 SILVER/PUBLIC $40

JAN 7–28

FEB 4–25

MAR 4–25

APR 8–29

MAY 6–JUN 3*

8:30–9:10AM

8:30–9:10AM

8:30–9:10AM

8:30–9:10AM

8:30–9:10AM

CLASS #71PAQ125

CLASS #71PAQ126

CLASS #71PAQ127

CLASS #71PAQ128

CLASS #71PAQ129

8:30–9:10AM

8:30–9:10AM

8:30–9:10AM

8:30–9:10AM

8:30–9:10AM

CLASS #71PAQ144

CLASS #71PAQ145

CLASS #71PAQ146

CLASS #71PAQ147

CLASS #71PAQ148

8:30–9:10AM

8:30–9:10AM

8:30–9:10AM

8:30–9:10AM

8:30–9:10AM

CLASS #71PAQ163

CLASS #71PAQ164

CLASS #71PAQ165

CLASS #71PAQ166

CLASS #71PAQ167

9:15–9:55AM

9:15–9:55AM

9:15–9:55AM

9:15–9:55AM

9:15–9:55AM

CLASS #71PAQ182

CLASS #71PAQ183

CLASS #71PAQ184

CLASS #71PAQ185

CLASS #71PAQ186

9:15–9:55AM

9:15–9:55AM

9:15–9:55AM

9:15–9:55AM

9:15–9:55AM

CLASS #71PAQ193

CLASS #71PAQ194

CLASS #71PAQ195

CLASS #71PAQ196

CLASS #71PAQ197

9:15–9:55AM

9:15–9:55AM

9:15–9:55AM

9:15–9:55AM

9:15–9:55AM

CLASS #71PAQ205

CLASS #71PAQ206

CLASS #71PAQ207

CLASS #71PAQ208

CLASS #71PAQ209

10:00–10:40AM

10:00–10:40AM

10:00–10:40AM

10:00–10:40AM

10:00–10:40AM

CLASS #71PAQ217

CLASS #71PAQ218

CLASS #71PAQ219

CLASS #71PAQ220

CLASS #71PAQ221

10:45–11:25AM

10:45–11:25AM

10:45–11:25AM

10:45–11:25AM

10:45–11:25AM

CLASS #71PAQ229

CLASS #71PAQ230

CLASS #71PAQ231

CLASS #71PAQ232

CLASS #71PAQ233

Each 40-minute lesson includes 5-minutes of communication time with parents! *No Class May 27

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AQUATICS

TUESDAY/THURSDAY SWIM LESSONS

PARENT & CHILD

AGES 6 MOS–3 YRS

STUDENT SKILL LEVEL/AGE

SIX 25-MINUTE TUESDAY/THURSDAY LESSONS GOLD MEMBERS $28 SILVER/PUBLIC $35

GOL MEMB D ERS

SAVE

BIG!

JAN 3–19

JAN 24–FEB 9

FEB 14–MAR 2

MAR 7–23

APR 4–20

APR 25–MAY 11

MAY 16–JUN 1

LEVEL 1

4:00–4:25PM

4:00–4:25PM

4:00–4:25PM

4:00–4:25PM

4:00–4:25PM

4:00–4:25PM

4:00–4:25PM

CLASS #71PAQ106

CLASS #71PAQ107

CLASS #71PAQ108

CLASS #71PAQ109

CLASS #71PAQ110

CLASS #71PAQ111

CLASS #71PAQ112

LEVEL 2

4:30–4:55PM

4:30–4:55PM

4:30–4:55PM

4:30–4:55PM

4:30–4:55PM

4:30–4:55PM

4:30–4:55PM

CLASS #71PAQ118

CLASS #71PAQ119

CLASS #71PAQ120

CLASS #71PAQ121

CLASS #71PAQ122

CLASS #71PAQ123

CLASS #71PAQ124

STUDENT SKILL LEVEL/AGE

SIX 40-MINUTE TUESDAY/THURSDAY LESSONS GOLD MEMBERS $40 SILVER/PUBLIC $50

JAN 3–19

JAN 24–FEB 9

FEB 14–MAR 2

MAR 7–23

APR 4–20

APR 25–MAY 11

MAY 16–JUN 1

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

CLASS #71PAQ130

CLASS #71PAQ131

CLASS #71PAQ132

CLASS #71PAQ133

CLASS #71PAQ134

CLASS #71PAQ135

CLASS #71PAQ136

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

CLASS #71PAQ137

CLASS #71PAQ138

CLASS #71PAQ139

CLASS #71PAQ140

CLASS #71PAQ141

CLASS #71PAQ142

CLASS #71PAQ143

AGES 4–5 YRS

PRESCHOOL

LEVEL 1

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

CLASS #71PAQ149

CLASS #71PAQ150

CLASS #71PAQ151

CLASS #71PAQ152

CLASS #71PAQ153

CLASS #71PAQ154

CLASS #71PAQ155

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

CLASS #71PAQ156

CLASS #71PAQ157

CLASS #71PAQ158

CLASS #71PAQ159

CLASS #71PAQ160

CLASS #71PAQ161

CLASS #71PAQ162

LEVEL 2

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

3:15–3:55PM

CLASS #71PAQ168

CLASS #71PAQ169

CLASS #71PAQ170

CLASS #71PAQ171

CLASS #71PAQ172

CLASS #71PAQ173

CLASS #71PAQ174

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

CLASS #71PAQ175

CLASS #71PAQ176

CLASS #71PAQ177

CLASS #71PAQ178

CLASS #71PAQ179

CLASS #71PAQ180

CLASS #71PAQ181

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

CLASS #71PAQ187

CLASS #71PAQ301

CLASS #71PAQ188

CLASS #71PAQ189

CLASS #71PAQ190

CLASS #71PAQ191

CLASS #71PAQ192

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

CLASS #71PAQ198

CLASS #71PAQ199

CLASS #71PAQ200

CLASS #71PAQ201

CLASS #71PAQ202

CLASS #71PAQ203

CLASS #71PAQ204

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

CLASS #71PAQ210

CLASS #71PAQ211

CLASS #71PAQ212

CLASS #71PAQ213

CLASS #71PAQ214

CLASS #71PAQ215

CLASS #71PAQ216

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

5:00–5:40PM

CLASS #71PAQ222

CLASS #71PAQ223

CLASS #71PAQ224

CLASS #71PAQ225

CLASS #71PAQ226

CLASS #71PAQ227

CLASS #71PAQ228

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 1:

AGES 6+

LEARN TO SWIM

Intro To Aquatics

LEVEL 2:

Aquatic Fundamentals

LEVEL 3: Stroke

LEVEL 4:

Stroke Improvement

AGES 6+

LEARN TO SWIM

Development

LEVEL 5:

Stroke Refinement

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

5:45–6:25PM

CLASS #71PAQ234

CLASS #71PAQ235

CLASS #71PAQ236

CLASS #71PAQ237

CLASS #71PAQ238

CLASS #71PAQ239

CLASS #71PAQ240

Each 40-minute lesson includes 5-minutes of communication time with parents!

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rd Grade

3

Swim

Did you know that Idaho has the 2nd highest childhood drowning rate in the nation? The Kroc Center's Third Grade Swim program provides a week of training in water safety and swim basics to all area third graders for as little as $5 per student.

KROC SWIM TEAM

APRIL 10–JUNE 2, 2017 Contact your school to see if they are participating. 5,767 students have learned to swim in our 3rd Grade Swim Program in seven years! If you would like to donate to the program visit kroccda.org/3rdgradeswim THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!

Our recreational swim team works to improve strokes, build endurance, foster friendships, and develop self esteem. Swimmers will be introduced to the four competitive strokes as well as various water sports. They will also have a chance to compete against each other at optional swim WO G E T A W! meets in Spokane and at The Kroc Center. Kids will also be T-SH FREE SWIMIRT & able to learn water polo skills; each team plays up to three C A P! ON E PER CH ILD matches per session. Additional fees may be associated with

optional swim meets.

KROC SWIM TEAM: SQUID SQUAD

KROC SWIM TEAM: GOLD TEAM

Must have completed Learn to Swim Level

Must have participated in Silver Team at least

3 or equivalent skills. Must be able to swim

once or have coach's approval. First 30 min-

a non-stop 25 yard front stroke, 25 yard

utes will be spent on dry land with the remain-

backstroke and 25 yard legal breast stroke.

ing hour in the pool. Must be able to complete

TUES/THURS, 6 CLASSES RECOMMENDED AGES 6–9 GOLD MEMBERS $40

the following within the time standards: 50 PUBLIC/SILVER $50

yard free style in 45 seconds or less, 100 yard free style in 1:40 or less and 100 yard individual

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAQ241 71PAQ242 71PAQ243 71PAQ244 71PAQ245 71PAQ246 71PAQ247

JAN 3–19 JAN 24–FEB 9 FEB 14–MAR 2 MAR 7–23 APR 4–20 APR 25–MAY 11 MAY 16–JUN 1

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

KROC SWIM TEAM: SILVER TEAM Must have participated in Squid Squad at least

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MON/WED/FRI, 8 CLASSES RECOMMENDED AGES 14–18 GOLD MEMBERS $44 PUBLIC/SILVER $55 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAQ255 71PAQ256

JAN 4–20 JAN 23–FEB 8

3:30–5:00PM 3:30–5:00PM

MON/WED/FRI, 9 CLASSES RECOMMENDED AGES 14–18 GOLD MEMBERS $48 PUBLIC/SILVER $60

once or have coach's approval. Must be able

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

to swim a 100 yard individual medley.

71PAQ257 71PAQ258 71PAQ259 71PAQ260 71PAQ261

FEB 13–MAR 3 MAR 6–24 APR 3–21 APR 24–MAY 12 MAY 15–JUN 7*

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

TUES/THURS, 6 CLASSES RECOMMENDED AGES 10–13 GOLD MEMBERS $40 PUBLIC/SILVER $50

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medley in 2:10 or less.

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAQ248 71PAQ249 71PAQ250 71PAQ251 71PAQ252 71PAQ253 71PAQ254

JAN 3–19 JAN 24–FEB 9 FEB 14–MAR 2 MAR 7–23 APR 4–20 APR 25–MAY 11 MAY 16–JUN 1

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

*No Class May 26 & 29.


AQUATICS

ADULT & TEEN AQUATICS

WATER SAFETY

NEW! TEEN & ADULT BEGINNER SWIMMING

This program is designed to introduce aquat-

Whether you are fearful of the water or just

ics fitness to those who have physical or men-

wanting to learn the basics of swimming, this

tal disabilities. The instructor will work with

class is for you. Classes will be taught in the

each individual to assess their specific needs

shallow waters of the Cove pool to provide a

while exposing the whole class to a variety

safe and comfortable environment where par-

of aquatic activities and general water safety

ticipants will learn how to gain confidence in

skills. Participants must have self-help abilities

the water and improve their general swimming

or be assisted by a personal assistant in the

knowledge.

water. Volunteers are available to assist get-

TEEN BEGINNER SWIMMING

ting to and from the class upon check in at the

TUES/THURS, 6 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $32

NEW! ADAPTIVE AQUATICS

AGES 12–15 PUBLIC/SILVER $40

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAQ262 71PAQ263 71PAQ264 71PAQ265 71PAQ266 71PAQ267 71PAQ268

JAN 3–19 JAN 24–FEB 9 FEB 14–MAR 2 MAR 7–23 APR 4–20 APR 25–MAY 11 MAY 16–JUN 1

7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM

front desk. AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $25

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAQ281

JAN 16–25

NOON–1:00PM

71PAQ282

FEB 13–22

NOON–1:00PM

71PAQ283 71PAQ284 71PAQ285

MAR 13–22 APR 17–26 MAY 15–24

NOON–1:00PM NOON–1:00PM NOON–1:00PM

NEW! ADULT LEARN TO SWIM Sponsored by US Masters Swim

TUES/THURS, 6 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $32

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $40

According to the Centers for Disease Control not swim the length of a pool, which puts them

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

JAN 3–19 JAN 24–FEB 9 FEB 14–MAR 2 MAR 7–23 APR 4–20 APR 25–MAY 11 MAY 16–JUN 1

7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM 7:00–8:00PM

and Prevention, 37% of American adults can-

learning, this class provides entry-level participants the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until EMS personnel take over. This class involves online coursework. Participation in all classes is required. Stu• First Aid • AED • Lifeguarding • CPR for the Professional Rescuer • BBP • O2 • Water Park Prerequisites: • Swim 300 yards continuously using a combination of freestyle and breaststroke. • Starting in the water, swim 20 yards using front crawl or breaststroke, surface dive 7–10 feet, retrieve a 10 pound object, return to the surface, swim 20 yards back to the starting point with object and exit water without using ladder or steps, within one minute and 40 seconds. •T  read water for 2 minutes without use of hands.

SUNDAYS, 5 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $80

71PAQ287

drown every day in the United States. This program is designed to help adults be comfortable in, on, and around the water. Participants

MON/WED, 8 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $80

will work with trained instructors to

CLASS #

provide a safe and comfortable setting to learn swim strokes and water

Come explore the benefits of aquatic exercise

MON/WED, 6 CLASSES

71PAQ288

safety skills.

71PAQ289 AGES 18+

in this introductory class. Over the course of

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

the four classes you will learn correct posture,

71PAQ286

APR 3–19

6:30–7:00AM

the basic movements, and survey a variety of shallow water, deep water, and river workouts. Upon completion of the course the instructor can provide you with class recommendations so you can join any one of our regular drop in

FREE F O KRO R MEMBEC RS

classes without missing a beat. AGES 15+

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAQ276 71PAQ277 71PAQ278 71PAQ279 71PAQ280

JAN 16–25 FEB 13–22 MAR 13–22 APR 17–26 MAY 15–24

11:00AM–NOON 11:00AM–NOON 11:00AM–NOON 11:00AM–NOON 11:00AM–NOON

71PAQ290

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $100

CLASS DATE/TIME FEB 13–MAR 13* 5:00–9:00PM APR 3–26 5:00–9:00PM MAY 1–24 5:00–9:00PM

PRE-TEST REG. DEADLINE FEB 6, 5:00PM MAR 27, 5:00PM APR 24, 5:00PM

*No class Febuary 20.

E E R F

KROC KROC Swim Challenge to

COEUR D'ALENE MEMBERS

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $100

CLASS DATE/TIME JAN 8–FEB 5 9:00AM–5:00PM

CLASS #

at risk for being one of the ten people who

NEW! INTRO TO AQUATIC EXERCISE

MON/WED, 4 CLASSES

Utilizing a blend of online and classroom

dents will then be certified in the following:

MON/WED, 4 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $20

ADULT BEGINNER SWIMMING

71PAQ269 71PAQ270 71PAQ271 71PAQ272 71PAQ273 71PAQ274 71PAQ275

AMERICAN RED CROSS LIFEGUARDING CLASS

The San Diego Kroc Center has challenged our members to swim 1,438 miles—the distance between our Centers—this February. The combined miles of all participating swimmers will be tallied throughout the month and The Center that swims 101,235 lengths of the pool first will be victorious. Join The Kroc to Kroc Challenge to show San Diego that Coeur d'Alene has the fastest and strongest swimmers! Sign up in the pool side room.

DIEGO VS SAN MEMBERS

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AQUATICS

KROC CLUBS MASTERS SWIM CLUB What is Masters swimming? First of all, Masters swimming is not a group of swimmers who have a perfect stroke or who know everything about swimming. A Masters swimmer is someone who enjoys the water, wants to improve their stroke, and share their passion for swimming with others.

WATER POLO CLUB The Kroc Water Polo program tremendous

has

seen growth

over the last few years. Through encouragement by coaches Peter Neirinckx, Mark Collingham,

At each Masters session, you will have a

and Brady Hooper the program has developed

certified coach on deck who is able to help

to now include both a Masters group and a high

point you in the right direction to help meet

NEW! WATER POLO CLINIC SERIES

school team, with hopes to add a water polo

your swimming goals. This could include a

Jump in and learn about the first team sport

based Squid Squad group in the near future.

introduced to the Olympics. This brand new

The Masters coed group is open to players

water polo clinic series will start by providing

14 and up, and includes beginners to athletes

a solid introduction to the sport. Instructors will

with many years of experience. The team has

then build on that by diving in to the details

had considerable success playing a number

of ball handling and through break down of

of local teams, including WSU, UI and CWU.

offensive and defensive fundamentals. The

Masters swimming is also a great way to meet

Our high school team has had great success

series will finish by putting it all together. Ev-

friends and get involved in our community.

from the beginning, such as winning the Idaho

erything you've learned will be put together

Many swimmers volunteer at Kroc events and

State Water Polo Championship for four years

and enhanced with a demonstration of tactical

other community events. Yep, we're a pretty

straight! Many of the high school players

execution of power plays and counter attacks.

fun group of folks! We encourage you to come

join The Kroc Water Polo club and practice

Our coaching staff has decades of experi-

check us out and give us a try.

throughout the year to improve their skills and

ence, we are passionate about the sport, and

prepare for the fall high school season.

excited to share it with you. This is a series you

desire to be more comfortable in the water, improve a certain stroke, increase your endurance, or maybe gain more confidence to participate in lake swimming or a swim meet!

MASTERS WEEKLY WORKOUTS Free for Gold Members, $4 per workout for

The Kroc program continues to grow and

Silver Members, $12 per workout for Public.

now has over thirty players in the club. The

Must sign-up online at kroccda.org or at the

program is working to further develop water

front desk two hours prior to workout.

polo both in the Coeur d’Alene area and

Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays at 5AM;

throughout the Inland Northwest. Key goals of

Monday–Thursday at Noon.

the program include providing opportunities

*US

to

for local students to develop their swimming

participate in sanctioned events. To purchase

skills while having fun, guide them into further

US Masters membership visit usms.org.

opportunities at the college level, and give

Masters

Membership

required

older players the chance to continue playing and participate in local tournaments.

WATER POLO WEEKLY WORKOUTS Free for Gold Members, $4 per workout for Silver Members, $12/Adults, $8/Youth per workout

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SATURDAY, 1 CLASS AGES 7–14 GOLD MEMBERS $5 PUBLIC/SILVER $10 FREE TO CURRENT KROC SWIM TEAM MEMBERS CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PAQ291 71PAQ292 71PAQ293 71PAQ294 71PAQ295

SAT, JAN 21 SAT, FEB 4 SAT, APR 22 SAT, MAY 13 SAT, JUN 3

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

SATURDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $5

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $10

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

or at the front desk two hours prior to workout.

71PAQ296 71PAQ297 71PAQ298 71PAQ299 71PAQ300

SAT, JAN 21 SAT, FEB 4 SAT, APR 22 SAT, MAY 13 SAT, JUN 3

1:00–3:00PM 1:00–3:00PM 1:00–3:00PM 1:00–3:00PM 1:00–3:00PM

*USAWP Membership required to participate

Bring your receipt to the Pool Side Room to pick up your t-shirt.

JANUARY: INTRO TO WATER POLO FEBRUARY: BALL HANDLING SKILLS APRIL: FUNDAMENTALS OF OFFENSE MAY: FUNDAMENTALS OF DEFENSE JUNE: TACTICAL EXECUTION

for Public. Must sign-up online at kroccda.org Mondays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays at 7PM

PURCHASE A KROC CLUB SHIRT AT THE FRONT DESK FOR ONLY $15

won’t want to miss!

in sanctioned events. To purchase a USAWP membership visit usawaterpolo.org.


TRIATHLON

CLASSES AND WORKOUTS RECOMMENDED FOR TRI ATHLETES From never-ever to pro, the Kroc has options for all levels. We offer à la carte classes for our experienced athletes, and three tri prep programs to get you off on the right foot, regardless of ability. Whether you are training for a Sprint, Half, or Full we have the program for you. Tri Swim Classes: Daily Master’s Workouts........ See Drop-in Guide Morning Tri Workouts............. See Drop-in Guide Adult Private Lessons................................ Page 20 Tri Swim Smart.............................................. Page 29 Para Tri Swim Smart.................................... Page 29 Tri Bike Classes: Tri Cycling...................................................... Page 29 Indoor Cycling.......................... See Drop-in Guide Beginner Indoor Cycling....... See Drop-in Guide Tri Run Classes: Wellness Personal Coaching.....................Page 31 Tri Strength Classes: Tri Strength................................ See Drop-in Guide Bootcamp Fitness................... See Drop-in Guide Tri Performance Testing: Gait Analysis................................................. Page 32 VO2 Sub Max............................................... Page 32 Bike Lactate Threshold/Heart Rate Testing......... .......................................................................... Page 32

Personal Triathlon Coaching: One-on-One Work one-on-one with a qualified personal trainer to help you achieve your triathlon goals. Each triathlon and triathlete is unique, your training should be too. Our highly trained and experienced coaches will help you with swimming, cycling, running, transitions, and nutrition. Call 208.763.0657 to schedule an appointment. 5 PERSONAL WELLNESS COACHING SESSIONS: 45 MINUTES PER SESSION: GOLD MEMBERS $112 SILVER MEMBERS $140

PERSONAL TRIATHLON COACHING: PER 45 MINUTES: GOLD MEMBERS $28 SILVER MEMBERS $35

BUY FOUR— 45 MINUTE SESSIONS AND GET ONE FREE!

24 hour notice required for private coaching cancellations. If less than 24 hour notice is provided, it may result in loss of lesson. No refunds will be given for remaining unused sessions 90 days after purchase date.

"Training for Ironman saved me on so many levels," says Kroc member Nicole Whiting. After Nicole and her husband adopted their daughter Desi, she was diagnosed with autism and a health condition that required multiple trips to the children's hospital in Seattle. The Whitings faced a trying season but then last year, something wonderful happened. Nicole found the perfect developmental preschool in Post Falls. Even though it meant taking a step back from her career, and driving from their home in Moscow, Nicole knew that this was what she needed to do for Desi. With six hours of time to fill each day, Nicole started coming to The Kroc Center. She learned to swim, signed up for the triathlete training program, and set her sites on Ironman CDA. On August 21, 2016, when Nicole toed the start line, she was ready. Despite temperatures in the 90's and strong winds, she finished the race. "The Kroc became like family--everyone from Heather at the Front Desk to Sean who helped me with strength training. I couldn't have done this without them." Nicole encourages anyone going through a trying time to pick up the sport, "Those long days out on the bike give you time alone with your grief and require you to deal with the fear."

Thank you Nicole for inspiring others and congratulations on a race well done!

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TRIATHLON NEW! TRI SWIM CLINIC Jump on in and stay up to date with the latest tri swimming techniques and tips. Learn to swim smarter not harder and stay ahead of the game. Session includes lecture, video, and an in water demo along with time for practice and feedback. Come prepared to get in the water. SATURDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $5

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $10

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PTR107

SAT, APR 29

10:00AM–NOON

NEW! TRANSITIONS CLINIC PART 1: LECTURE

TRI CLINICS

Get a leg up on the competition by walking the

NEW! RACE PLANNING AND PREP CLINIC

KROCMAN course transition areas and learning what to expect on race day. You will also

Interested in doing a triathlon but don't know

have the opportunity to sit down with coaches

where to start? Join us for a basic breakdown

and get a final tune up on your training plan as

of tri training to help get you started. The Kroc

race day approaches.

coaches will provide insight on how to select

SATURDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $5

the right race for your abilities, set realistic goals, and lay out a basic training plan to get you heading in the right direction. Whether you are looking to do a Sprint, Half, or Full we have you covered. SATURDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $5

NEW! KROCMAN PREP CLINIC

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $10

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PTR104

SAT, MAR 4

10:00AM–NOON

NEW! TRI STRENGTH & AGILITY CLINIC

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $10

Learn how to develop or improve your tri strength, agility, and muscle endurance dur-

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

ing the race season. Functional, muscles-in-

71PTR101

SAT, JAN 14

10:00AM–NOON

motion, and static strength techniques will be taught to help improve your performance and

NEW! RUN CLINIC Looking to get back in the swing of things and

reduce injuries. Sample workout plans will also

ready for Tri season? Join us and learn tips to

be discussed. Come dressed to participate.

have a successful start to your season along

SATURDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $5

with instruction on periodization to help you have an EXTRA awesome 2017 TRI season! (Come dressed to do some outside running.

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PTR105

SAT, MAR 11

10:00AM–NOON

lecture and videos. SATURDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $5

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $10

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PTR108

SAT, MAY 20

10:00AM–NOON

NEW! TRANSITIONS CLINIC PART 2: APPLICATION & OPEN WATER CLINIC Take what you’ve learned and join us for an interactive clinic. We walk you through the elements of a transition start to finish. By practicing every step, you’ll be ready to anticipate problems and have your best transitions yet. We will also discuss and practice open water swimming entries and exits and provide ample time to practice in the lake. Weather permitting. Bring all gear to practice transitions and get in the lake. SATURDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $5

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $10

DATES

TIME

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $10

Looking to take your training to the next level?

10:00AM–NOON

Come discover the importance of Brick training and how to incorporate it into your training

71PTR102

SAT, JAN 28

10:00AM–NOON

plan. Our coaches will walk you through the basics and provide important tips of the trade

NEW! NUTRITION CLINIC Proper nutrition throughout training and race

when it comes combining two disciplines into

day is essential to race performance. Our edu-

a workout.

cated staff will help you improve your nutrition-

SATURDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $5

al health and maintain a balanced quality of life helping you succeed in your triathlon training. Lecture includes the importance of eating correctly, how much to eat, and when to eat during training and the race. AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $10

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PTR103

SAT, FEB 18

10:00AM–NOON

|

This is taught in a classroom setting through

SAT, JUNE 10

TIME

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mize skills for a smooth and quick transition.

71PTR109

DATES

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- Part 1 you will see how important it is to maxi-

CLASS #

CLASS #

SATURDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $5

wrong in a short period of time. In this clinic

NEW! BRICK TRAINING CLINIC

Meet in West Gym Bay (#3). SATURDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $5

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $10

Experienced triathletes know that a lot can go

WWW.KROCCDA.ORG

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $10

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PTR106

SAT, MAR 25

10:00AM–NOON

NEW! COMPLETE CLINIC SERIES • Race Planning and Prep Clinic • Run Clinic • Nutrition Clinic • Krocman Prep Clinic • Tri Strength and Agility Clinic • Bricks Training Clinic • Tri Swim Clinic • Transitions Part 1 Lecture • Transitions Part 2 & Open Water

VIEW LIST OF UPCOMING TRI RACES ON PAGE 38.

SATURDAYS, 9 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $40

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $80

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PTR110

JAN 14–JUN 10

10:00AM–NOON


TRIATHLON

TRI CLASSES TRI SWIM SMART Perfect for the new triathlete or those seeking to improve their swim technique. Athletes will build endurance and develop the technique to swim with maximum efficiency. Focus is on building confidence in the water and preparing for open water swimming. Also includes open water workouts. Class meets at the pool

TRI CYCLING

NEW! PARA ATHLETE SWIM SMART

Build endurance while challenging yourself to

Perfect for the para-athlete new to the water

reach your full race potential. This class is de-

or those seeking to improve their swim tech-

signed to work on techniques and develop the

niques. Participants will build endurance and

speed that will give you the edge in your next

develop techniques to swim with maximum

race. Class will take place in the cycling studio.

efficiency. Focus is on building confidence in

MON/WED, 8 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $36

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $45

the water and preparing for an open water Class meets at the pool for the first series of

for the first session, then transfers to the lake

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

as weather and temperatures permit.

71PTR121 71PTR122 71PTR123 71PTR124

JAN 16–FEB 8 FEB 13–MAR 8 APR 10–MAY 3 MAY 8–JUNE 5*

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

TUES/THURS, 6 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $28

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $35

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PTR111 71PTR112

MAR 14–APR 6 MAR 14–APR 6

5:30–6:30PM 6:30–7:30PM

*No class Mar 28 & 30.. TUES/THURS, 8 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $36

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $45

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PTR113 71PTR114 71PTR115 71PTR116 71PTR117 71PTR118 71PTR119 71PTR120

JAN 17–FEB 9 JAN 17–FEB 9 FEB 14–MAR 9 FEB 14–MAR 9 APR 11–MAY 4 APR 11–MAY 4 MAY 9–JUN 1 MAY 9–JUN 1

5:30–6:30PM 6:30–7:30PM 5:30–6:30PM 6:30–7:30PM 5:30–6:30PM 6:30–7:30PM 5:30–6:30PM 6:30–7:30PM

swim. Also includes open water workouts. sessions, then transfers to the lake as weather and temperatures permit. TUESDAYS, 8 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $36

*No Class May 29. MON/WED, 6 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $28

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $35

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PTR125

MAR 13–APR 5*

6:30–7:30PM

*No Class March 27 & 29.

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PTR126 71PTR127 71PTR128 71PTR129

JAN 17–FEB 9 FEB 14–MAR 9 APR 11–MAY 4 MAY 9–JUN 1

5:30–6:30PM 5:30–6:30PM 5:30–6:30PM 5:30–6:30PM

TUES/THURS, 6 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $28

VIEW LIST OF UPCOMING TRI RACES ON PAGE 38.

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $45

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $35

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PTR130

MAR 14–APR 6

5:30–6:30PM

*No Class March 28 & 30.

CHECK OUT OUR NEW FUNCTIONAL ADAPTIVE FITNESS CLASS. LEARN MORE ON PAGE 32.

MAY 1,

Inspiring Tomorrow's Leaders

2017

7PM IN THE KROC THEATER

A CELEBRATION OF LEADERSHIP & EXCELLENCE FEATURED SPEAKER

Kristin Armstrong

TICKETS $25

All proceeds benefit the Dr. Riggs Youth Scholarship Fund

REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.KROCCDA.ORG

3 TIME OLYMPIAN

Kristin is a professional road racing cyclist and Team USA Olympian. Kristin started her Team USA journey as a Junior Olympian in swimming at the age of 17, and went on to win 3 U.S Olympic Gold Medals, three World Titles, and five National Championships in cycling, has completed the IRONMAN World Championship, and is the most decorated female cyclist in U.S history. She is a wife, mother and currently serves as the Community Health Director at St Luke’s Health System in Boise.

THANKS TO OUR PRESENTING SPONSOR

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TRIATHLON

TRI TRAINING PROGRAMS NEW! KROCMAN PREP

NEW! HALF IRONMAN TRAINING

NEW! FULL IRONMAN TRAINING

JAN 14–APR 9, AGES 15+, CLASS #71PTR131 GOLD MEMBERS $120 SILVER MEMBERS $150

JAN 14–JUN 25, AGES 15+, CLASS #71PTR132 GOLD MEMBERS $112 SILVER MEMBERS $140

JAN 14–AUG 27, AGES 15+, CLASS #71PTR133 GOLD MEMBERS $128 SILVER MEMBERS $160

Krocman Prep is perfect for the beginning

Whether you are new to triathlons, are a sea-

If you are racing in Ironman CDA this August let

triathlete looking to get started with a Sprint

soned pro at shorter distances, let us help

us help. Our 34-week program starts with the

Triathlon. The program begins with the Race

guide you to the next step, a Half Ironman. Our

Race Planning and Prep Clinic where we will

Planning and Prep clinic where you will re-

24-week program starts with the Race Plan-

lay out a basic training plan putting focus on

ceive a basic training plan culminating with

ning and Prep Clinic where we will lay out a

Ironman CDA in August. The program includes

The Krocman Sprint Triathlon in April. This 12-

basic training plan putting focus on the CDA

registration for our complete Tri Clinic Series

week training plan will serve as a guide to help

Ironman 70.3 in June. The program includes

where you will have the opportunity to learn

you stay on track. You will also have access

registration for our complete Tri Clinic Series

tips and tricks from our expert coaches on a

to our coaching staff via office hours for any

where you will have the opportunity to learn

variety of topics. You will also receive 2 free

questions you may have. The program also

tips and tricks from our expert coaches on a

30 min personal coaching session with one of

includes The Krocman Pre-Race clinic where

variety of topics. You will also receive 1 free 30

our coaches and additional access to any of

you will have a chance to survey the course

min personal coaching session with one of our

our coaches via office hours to help you along

and do a walk-through of the transition areas.

coaches and access to any of our coaches via

the way.

PROGRAM INCLUDES:

office hours to help you along the way.

PROGRAM INCLUDES:

• Race Planning & Prep Clinic on Jan 14.

PROGRAM INCLUDES:

• Race Planning & Prep Clinic on Jan 14.

• Krocman Pre-Race Clinic on March 11.

• Race Planning & Prep Clinic on Jan 14.

• Complete Tri Clinic Series

• 12 Week Training plan.

• Complete Tri Clinic Series

• 34 Week Training plan

• Access to coach’s office hours by

• 24 Week Training plan

• 2 Personal Coaching Session, call to

appointment.

• 1 Personal Coaching Session, call to

• Krocman Spring Triathlon Race

schedule

Registration Fee.

• Access to coach’s office hours by

Must complete a program enrollment form at The Kroc Center Front Desk.

schedule • Access to coach’s office hours by appointment

appointment Must complete a program enrollment form at The Kroc Center Front Desk.

Must complete a program enrollment form at The Kroc Center Front Desk.

SPRINT TRIATHLON • APRIL 9, 2017, 8AM The Krocman Triathlon offers a unique experience for everyone; from beginner athletes who want to get their first tri under their belt, all the way to those experienced triathletes who want to launch their season early. Krocman offers a laid-back, fun and friendly atmosphere in which to compete. The 800-yard swim will take place in The Kroc Center's Competition Pool, followed by a 12-mile bike ride and a 3.2-mile run along the Centennial Trail. All race participants registered by March 19 will receive a Krocman T-Shirt. Participants must register in person at The Kroc Center Front Desk. Please register based on your estimated 800-yard swim time for seeding purposes.

$40 GOLD MEMBERS | $50 SILVER & PUBLIC *FREE FOR KROCMAN PREP PARTICIPANTS

CLASS #

REGISTRATION DEC 21, 2016–APRIL 5, 2017

71PTR134 71PTR135 71PTR136 71PTR137 71PTR138

PACKET PICKUP APRIL 8, NOON–6PM

800

12

YARDS

30

PLEASE SIGN UP BASED OFF YOUR SWIM TIMES

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3.2 MILES

EST 100 YARD SWIM TIMES 1:15 PACE 1:15–1:30 PACE 1:30–1:45 PACE 1:45–2:00 PACE 2:00 PACE

EST 800 YARD SWIM TIMES 10:00 AND UNDER 10:01–12:00 12:01–14:00 14:01–16:00 16:00 AND UP

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HEALTH & WELLNESS

LET'S GET STARTED! Personal Wellness Coaching: One-on-One Work one-on-one with a qualified personal coach to help you achieve your longterm wellness goals. Our Kroc coaches will help you develop the most effective individualized program, and will motivate and support you in your wellness program. Call the Wellness Desk at 208.763.0637 to schedule an appointment.

PERSONAL WELLNESS COACHING: PER 45 MINUTES:

Smart Start for Ages 15+

GOLD MEMBERS $28 | PUBLIC/SILVER $35

FREE FOR KROC MEMBERS

Meet with a Kroc Wellness Coach

BUY MORE SAVE MORE!

for 30 minutes and learn the basics of fit-

BUY FOUR—45 MINUTE SESSIONS AND GET ONE FREE!

resistance and cardiovascular training areas.

5 PERSONAL WELLNESS COACHING SESSIONS: 45 MINUTES PER SESSION: GOLD MEMBERS $112 SILVER MEMBERS $140

ence. These tools are useful when helping

ness etiquette and how to properly use our Our Wellness professional may also help determine your body composition by measuring body fat percent and body circumferour members set health and fitness goals. Sign up at the Wellness Desk.

Smart Start for Teens

Personal Wellness Coaching: Partner Sessions Come and develop a personalized plan with a friend, family member or workout partner. Partner session coaching will give you all that you would receive in one-on-one coaching with the benefit of a motivational partner. Call the Wellness Desk at 208.763.0637 to schedule an appointment.

PARTNER COACHING SESSION COACHING: PER 45 MINUTES:

FREE FOR KROC MEMBERS

GOLD MEMBERS $20 | PUBLIC/SILVER $25

teens (ages 12–14) prior to using The Kroc

This course is a required prerequisite for

All prices are per person.

Center Cardio & Weight area. Youth will

BUY MORE SAVE MORE! BUY FOUR—45 MINUTE PARTNER SESSIONS AND GET ONE FREE!

learn the basics of wellness etiquette, tour the resistance and cardiovascular training areas, and learn proper use of equipment. Sign-up at the Wellness Desk.

5 PARTNER COACHING SESSIONS: 45 MINUTES PER SESSION: GOLD MEMBERS $80 SILVER MEMBERS $100 All prices are per person.

24 hour notice required for private coaching cancellations. If less than 24 hour notice is provided, it may result in loss of lesson. No refunds will be given for remaining unused sessions 90 days after purchase date.

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START YOUR TRAINING OFF RIGHT WITH THESE HIGHPERFORMANCE TESTS! Call 208.763.0637 or stop by the Wellness Desk to schedule an appointment today.

KROC RX WELLNESS PROGRAM

ADULT & SENIOR WELLNESS

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

NEW! FUNCTIONAL ADAPTIVE FITNESS

GAIT ANALYSIS GOLD MEMBERS $48/2 CLASSES PUBLIC/SILVER $60/2 CLASSES

Are you just starting to run or have reoccurring injuries? It may be time to meet with our USATF Level 2 certified running coach to take a look at your running form. Every Gait Analysis includes a running evaluation session on The Kroc track and a follow-up recommendation appointment to help improve your form for performance and injury prevention.

VO2 SUB MAX TESTING GOLD MEMBERS $48/2 CLASSES PUBLIC/SILVER $60/2 CLASSES

Do you train hard to stay in shape and want to maximize your time and effort? Maybe you’re looking to train with more purpose or to gain an edge for your next competition. Professional athletes have the tools to maximize their cardio fitness and workout time with target intensity zones. Now you can have the same results with VO2 sub-max testing!

BIKE LACTATE THRESHOLD/HEART RATE TESTING GOLD MEMBERS $48/2 CLASSES PUBLIC/SILVER $60/2 CLASSES

Like most things body related, lactate threshold (LT) is partially genetic, however, it's also quite trainable. By systematically pushing your limits, you can help your body become more

Kroc RX is a new and innovative collaboration between Heritage Health and The Salvation Army Kroc Center. This 8-week medical exercise program provides an opportunity for anyone, 18 or older, who would benefit from exercise but need guidance and assistance to get started with a routine that best fit their needs. Program emphasizes holistic health approach including physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. Participants will: • Complete weekly office visits with their medical provider. • Kroc Center coaches will assist in setting up workouts using ActivTrax. • Participants will exercise in a group setting. Exercise options include water exercise, treadmill, walking track, stationary bicycle, weights, and more.

KROC RX EAT WELL, BE WELL Presented by Heritage Health, Sarah Hartzell, NP, Jennifer Ramsrud, MSRD This 12-week course is about improving one's overall health related to exercise, diet, emotional and spiritual wellness. Participants will learn how nutrition and exercise can help prevent obesity, diabetes, mental health issues and more. Participants will learn about how balancing health in one's mind, body and spirit leads to a healthy, fulfilling life. MONDAYS, 12 CLASSES AGES 18+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED

efficient at clearing and buffering lactic acid.

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

Lactate, your body's buffering agent, neutral-

71PFT101 71PFT102

JAN 9–MAR 27 APR 3–JUN 19

12:00–1:00PM 12:00–1:00PM

izes the acid that builds up in your legs and makes them burn during heavy exertion. Professional athletes use this test to help them maximize their bike workouts and target heart rate zone for training and competition. Let us help you maximize your bike training heart rate zones and personalize your zone for you! Ages 18+.

This class, specifically designed for individuals in wheelchairs, will offer multiple avenues of physical activity in a small group setting to promote healthy living and community support. Our functional fitness program will work on adaptations to build resistance and flexibility, core strength to meet the needs of individuals who want to continue to remain active and healthy. FRIDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $16

AGES 18+ PUBLIC/SILVER $20

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PFT105 71PFT106

JAN 27–MAR 3 MAR 10–APR 21*

9:00–10:00AM 9:00–10:00AM

*No class Mar 31.

CHECK OUT OUR NEW PARA ATHLETE SWIM SMART CLASS ON PAGE 29. SPECIAL OLYMPICS BOOT CAMP KICK OFF! Kroc Wellness coaches will take Special Olympics athletes through a fun, high energy experience with exercise and fitness games. Participants will build stamina, increase strength, improve core endurance and utilize the TRX (Total Body Resistance Exercise). TUESDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $16

AGES 15+ PUBLIC/SILVER $20

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PFT107

FEB 21–MAR 28

NOON–1:00PM

COMPLETE ALL SIX CLASSES & RECEIVE A FREE KROC SHIRT!

TUESDAYS, 12 CLASSES AGES 18+ FREE $5 DONATION RECOMMENDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PFT103 71PFT104

FEB 21–MAY 9 MAY 16–AUG 1

11:00AM–12:00PM 11:00AM–12:00PM

THIS SERIES IS DESIGNED FOR CURRENT AND PAST KROC RX PARTICIPANTS ONLY.

KROC FIT45, FREE FOR KROC MEMBERS! ActivTrax is a new and exciting way to track your nutrition and activity wherever you go. You will receive a free Kroc Fit45 appointment, where you'll meet with one of our certified trainers and they will help guide you through the web-based customized workouts generated by ActivTrax. With ActivTrax you can track cardio, rock climbing, nutrition, swimming, weight lifting and more! SIGN-UP FOR YOUR FREE KROC FIT45 APPOINTMENT TODAY!

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YOUTH WELLNESS YOUTH 4 ON 4 SOCCER LEAGUE Girls and boys will learn fundamental soccer skills, creative decision making and strategic thinking. Each session will be one hour, and will include 30 minutes of instruction skills and 25 minutes of a mini game. Teams will have a minimum of six players and a maximum of eight players, and will be formed from individual player registrations. All players participate in each mini game. SATURDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $28

AGES 4–6 PUBLIC/SILVER $35

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PFT108

FEB 4–MAR 18*

10:00–11:00AM

*No class February 11.

Registration Deadline: January 17 Parent/Coaches Meeting: Feb 2, 6PM You will be notified which team your child will participate in during the Parent/Coaches meeting.

THANKS TO OUR SPONSOR! BURGIN CONSTRUCTION

OUTDOOR WELLNESS CLASSES Take your wellness workout outdoors this year! Join us on outdoor adventures to the local mountains for x-country skiing, snowshoeing and hikes. Each adventure day will include a ride to the mountain, a lesson and/or a guided ski, hike or snowshoe trek. Please note you must have your own or rent your own equipment for x-country and snowshoe adventures. Please bring a day-pack with water, lunch, extra snacks, and dress for weather changes. All adventures may be rescheduled or canceled due to low enrollment or weather. Contact the Wellness desk for questions 208.763.0637.

X-COUNTRY SKI DAY TRIPS

SNOWSHOE DAY TRIPS

SCENIC DAY HIKES

Saturday, January 21: Mt. Spokane

Saturday, January 28: Mt. Spokane

Saturday, February 18: Mt. Spokane

Saturday, February 25: Mt. Kit Carson

SATURDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $32

SATURDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $32

Saturday, March 11: 7 miles, Mt. Mckinnick Saturday, March 25: 3.5 miles, Mineral Ridge Saturday, April 8: 6 miles, Iller Creek Rocks Saturday, April 22: 5 miles, Canfield Saturday, May 13: 6 miles, Marie Creek Trail Saturday, May 27: 4.5 miles, Chilco Peak

CLASS # 71PFT109 71PFT110

CLASS DATE/TIME SAT, JAN 21 8:00AM–5:00PM SAT, FEB 18 8:00AM–5:00PM

AGES 18+ PUBLIC/SILVER $40 REGISTRATION DEADLINE

CLASS #

JAN 16

71PFT111

FEB 13

71PFT112

*Beginner and Intermediate Levels offered for each adventure day

AGES 18+ PUBLIC/SILVER $40

CLASS DATE/TIME SAT, JAN 28 8:00AM–5:00PM SAT, FEB 25 8:00AM–5:00PM

REGISTRATION DEADLINE JAN 23 FEB 20

*Beginner and Intermediate Levels offered for each adventure day

NEW! VALENTINE EVENING SNOWSHOE TRIP Saturday, February 11: Mt. Spokane SATURDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $36 CLASS # 71PFT113

CLASS DATE/TIME SAT, FEB 11 3:00PM–8:00PM

AGES 18+ PUBLIC/SILVER $45 REGISTRATION DEADLINE FEB 6

SATURDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $10 CLASS # 71PFT114 71PFT115 71PFT116 71PFT117 71PFT118 71PFT119

CLASS DATE/TIME SAT, MAR 11 8:00AM–5:00PM* SAT, MAR 25 8:00AM–5:00PM* SAT, APR 8 8:00AM–5:00PM* SAT, APR 22 8:00AM–5:00PM* SAT, MAY 13 8:00AM–5:00PM* SAT, MAY 27 8:00AM–5:00PM*

AGES 18+ PUBLIC/SILVER $12 REGISTRATION DEADLINE MAR 6 MAR 20 APR 3 APR 17 MAY 8 MAY 22

*Return times will vary based on distance

*Beginner and Intermediate Levels offered for each adventure day. Headlamp needed.

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CLIMBING

OUTDOOR CLIMBING

KID 'N' ME CLIMBING Parents and children will have fun learning

INTRO TO OUTDOOR ROCK CLIMBING: HOW TO TOP ROPE

Get outside and "hang" with us this Spring!

climb techniques and route development.

This class is a two part course over a Friday

Practice your skills at Q'emlin with a group of

Parents will receive belay certification during

and a Saturday. On Friday night, participants

fellow climbers of all ability levels. The group

the class. This is a great opportunity to provide

will meet at 6pm at The Kroc to cover belay-

will meet at The Kroc Rock Wall and shuttle

encouragement to your kids while emphasiz-

ing and climbing technique as well as discuss-

over together. Did you take our "Intro to out-

ing self-confidence and overcoming challeng-

ing what to expect on Saturday. On Saturday,

door rock climbing class"? Then you get to at-

es. Class fee includes parent and child enroll-

participants will meet at 10am at Q’emlin Park

tend this for FREE! Notify the instructor for reg-

ment. Please only enroll the child participant.

and learn top rope anchors. Course will finish

istration. Space is limited to 10 so sign up fast!

WEDNESDAYS, 3 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $12

at 3pm.

SATURDAY, 1 CLASS GOLD MEMBERS $20

AGES 4+ PUBLIC/SILVER $15

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PFT120 71PFT121 71PFT122 71PFT123

JAN 11–25 FEB 8–22 MAR 8–22 APR 5–19

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

FRI–SAT, 2 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $40

AGES 14+ PUBLIC/SILVER $50

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PFT127

APR 7–8

FRI 6:00–7:30PM SAT 10AM–3PM

K-ROCK CLIMBERS This is a great class for young climbers who are looking to take their climbing to the next level. With a focus on climbing technique and safety, our goal is to help young climbers excel. SATURDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $28

AGES 7–10 PUBLIC/SILVER $35

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PFT124 71PFT125

JAN 7–FEB 11 FEB 18–MAR 25

10:30–11:30AM 10:30–11:30AM

NEW! ADVANCED TECHNIQUE FOR YOUNG CLIMBERS This class provides a progression for our KRock Climbers with intentional technical instruction for young climbers. Focus will be on advanced technique and route climbing. This course is designed for serious climbers. SATURDAYS, 6 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $28

AGES 9–14 PUBLIC/SILVER $35

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PFT126

APR 8–MAY 13

10:30AM–NOON

DROP-IN CLIMBING CLASSES

FREE FOR GOLD MEMBERS OR WITH DAY PASS PURCHASE! SILVER MEMBERS $4

KROC LEAD CLIMBING

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS, 7–8PM, AGES 15+

Kroc Lead Climbing will provide a space for certified lead climbers to utilize the wall while allowing older climbers opportunity for intentional training and climbing progression.

ADULT CLIMBING CLUB

TUESDAYS, 6:30–8PM, AGES 15+

This is a time at the rock wall dedicated to more seasoned climbers. Staff will be available for coaching as you tackle your latest personal challenge. Additionally during this time we will be re-introducing lead climbing at The Kroc.

NEW! CLIMBING FOR FITNESS

NEW! HIGH SCHOOL CLIMBING TEAM

WEDNESDAYS, 7–10AM, AGES 15+

Meet your friends at The Kroc rock wall to

ing an opportunity for climbing training as well

develop your climbing skills. Kroc staff will

as an alternative to traditional fitness routines.

This morning drop-in class focuses on provid-

be available to assist, challenge and teach technique. Whether you are a beginner or advanced climber this club is great for all skill levels! THURSDAYS, 22 CLASSES GOLD MEMBERS $32

AGES 15–18 PUBLIC/SILVER $40

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

71PFT129

JAN 5–JUN 8

4:00–5:00PM

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NEW! OUTDOOR CLIMBING

CLASS # 71PFT128

DATES SAT, APR 15

AGES 14+ PUBLIC/SILVER $25 TIME 10:00AM–3:00PM


POLICIES

POLICIES & SAFETY

FAMILY MEMBERSHIP DEFINITION

One or two adults living in a household and dependents who are eligible up to the age of 19. An individual with a disability or an elderly parent who is financially dependent on and is living in the same household with the primary member 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 the electronic funds transfer process, a voided check must be provided with completed membership form. Membership fees for the following month will be automatically deducted from the member bank account around the 20th of the current month. Any requested changes must be submitted by 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. Payments received after a plan has expired will be charged an additional $5 reinstatement fee.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE/SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

PERSONAL GROUP/INDIVIDUAL COACHING & PROGRAM CANCELLATION POLICY Cancellation of a one-on-one session or any personal or group coaching session requires 24 hours notice. Failure to do so will result in a forfeiture of any monies paid.

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.

NURSING POLICY The Salvation Army Kroc Center is a place for families and welcomes nursing moms. Couches are provided in the ladies lounge adjacent to the East wing restrooms along with a diaper changing station. Moms are permitted to nurse in all common areas but are asked to be discreet out of consideration for Kroc guests of all ages and backgrounds.

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 non-Kroc sponsored events. Gift cards must be used within two years of purchase date, and are nonrefundable and cannot be exchanged for cash.

DAY CAMP POLICIES DAY CAMP VISITORS

Scholarships are available for Kroc memberships, classes and programs. Eligibility is income based. See page 5 to learn how to apply.

Any day camp visitors for all children and staff will be required to sign-in, and will be given a name tag to identify the individual as a visitor of Camp Kroc.

EQUIPMENT

LOST AND FOUND

Free use of athletic equipment including volleyballs & basketballs. Available in the Gym.

Lost and found items will be kept for a period of two weeks after a session, then donated to the local Salvation Army Thrift Store. The lost and found is located at the front desk of The Kroc Center.

GROUP/PERSONAL USE & COACHING POLICY Public drop-in access is intended for inclusive recreational use. Any external personal or group use/training/coaching should 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. Lockers must be cleared nightly. Locks will be removed by Kroc personnel once center is closed.

MEMBERSHIP CANCELLATION POLICY Membership fees are nonrefundable. In order to cancel a membership, members must submit a written request by the 10th day of the current month to cancel the automatic payment for 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.

MEMBERSHIP CHANGE POLICY 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 $10 change fee. Changes will take effect immediately.

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

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 Camp 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 Camp 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 camp participation for your child on that day.

ILLNESS AND INJURIES Day Camp is not designed or equipped to handle ill children. If your camper becomes ill while at Camp Kroc, our staff will make your child comfortable in an area away from the other campers. Our staff will then contact you (the parent) or one of the individuals you have authorized to pick up your child. If immediate medical attention is needed or if the severity of an injury cannot be correctly established, parents will be notified immediately. The Emergency Medical System (911) will be activated at the discretion of Camp Coordinators and/or Camp Counselors. If staff are unable to reach parents whose child is in need of immediate medical attention, he/she will be transported to the nearest hospital via ambulance and staff will continue to attempt to contact parents. Parents/guardians will be responsible for all emergency medical care expenses.

View camp Kroc Safety Information and additional camp policies in the Camp Kroc brochure. Pick up a brochure at the front desk, or download one online at www.kroccda.org/camp

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:  alvation Army personnel (officers, employees and volunS teers) are trained in child abuse prevention and are mandated reporters of suspected child/vulnerable adult abuse. Salvation Army personnel undergo criminal background checks.  dults accessing the facility may be screened against public A sexual offender registry.  he Kroc Center maintains video surveillance of the facility 24 T hours a day. Instructors are trained in appropriate interactions with Kroc members to enhance learning by creating a safe and inviting environment.  rograms involving children are closely monitored to ensure P 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.  he Kroc Center constantly adapts and enhances safety proT tocols 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.

CODE OF CONDUCT & DISCIPLINE POLICY

In order to facilitate positive life experiences while at The Kroc Center, mutual respect between members, guests, and staff is required at all times. Failure to observe these policies will result in disciplinary action and/or termination of membership privileges. Kroc personnel have the right to refuse service to anyone deemed disruptive or abusive. The Kroc Center reserves the right to conduct background checks on all members and day pass users. 1. Children under the age of 11 must be accompanied in The Kroc Center. See age chart on page 39 for more information. 2. Refrain from the use of foul language, abusive actions, and inappropriate behavior. 3. Lost 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 12 is allowed in the Fitness Area unless participating in a Kroc Center program or class. Members 12–14 may use the Fitness Area after successfully passing the Smart Start for Teens program or with a participating adult. 5. No swimwear or wet clothing is allowed outside of aquatic areas. Swimwear must be acceptable in a family setting. 6.  Proper workout attire is recommended in fitness area. Clothing design, including logos or messages on apparel, and all visible tattoos must be acceptable in a family setting. 7. Bicycles, roller blades, skateboards, scooters or pets (excluding service animals) will not be allowed inside the facility. 8. Alcohol and/or drugs are not allowed anywhere on the premises. 9.  Smoking and/or use of any type of smokeless tobacco products are prohibited in the facility or on facility grounds. 10.Weapons of any kind are not permitted on the premises. 11. With exceptions to special dietary restrictions, outside food is not allowed at The Salvation Army Kroc Center. 12.The Kroc Center reserves the right to terminate membership in response to any immoral or illegal activity by a member.

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INDEX

PROGRAMS BY DATE JANUARY

PAGE

JANUARY

(CONT)

PAGE

FEBRUARY

(CONT)

PAGE

JAN 3

Adult Beginner Swimming...............

25

JAN 21

Youth Polo: Intro to Water Polo......

26

FEB 18

K-Rock Climbers.................................

34

JAN 3

Kroc Swim Team: Silver Team........

24

JAN 23

Kinder Combo.....................................

13

FEB 18

Tri Nutrition Clinic...............................

28

JAN 3

Kroc Swim Team: Squid Squad......

24

JAN 23

Kroc Swim Team: Gold Team..........

24

FEB 18

X-Country Ski Day Trips ..................

33

JAN 3

Swim Lessons......................................

23

JAN 23

Youth Cooking and Culture:

JAN 3

Teen Beginner Swimming.................

25

JAN 4

Kroc Swim Team: Gold Team..........

FEB 20

School's Out Day Camp...................

6

Chinese New Year.............................

14

FEB 21

Adult Fine Art Workshop- Acrylic..

15

24

JAN 23

Youth Creative Art..............................

15

FEB 21

Kroc Rx: Eat Well, Be Well...............

32

Youth Tap..............................................

13

JAN 4

Adventure Corps................................

11

JAN 23

FEB 21

Grief Release Workshop-Adults....

17

JAN 4

Sunbeams.............................................

11

JAN 24

Adult Beginner Swimming...............

25

FEB 21

Special Olympics Boot Camp........

32

Kroc Swim Team: Silver Team........

24

JAN 7

K-Rock Climbers.................................

34

JAN 24

FEB 23

Ballroom: Rumba................................

12

JAN 7

Swim Lessons......................................

22

JAN 24

Kroc Swim Team: Squid Squad......

24

FEB 23

Stop Hormone Madness!.................

16

Swim Lessons......................................

23

JAN 8

Red Cross Lifeguard Class..............

25

JAN 24

FEB 24

Senior Field Trip: Davenport Tour.

14

JAN 9

Babysitter's Class...............................

18

JAN 24

Teen Beginner Swimming...............

25

FEB 25

Financial Planning Basics................

17

18

JAN 26

Ballroom: East Coast Swing............

12

FEB 25

Snowshoe Day Trips.........................

33

Functional Adaptive Fitness...........

32

FEB 27

Youth Cooking and Culture:

6

JAN 9

Community CPR/AED/First Aid......

JAN 9

Kroc Rx: Eat Well, Be Well...............

32

JAN 27

JAN 10

Grief Release Workshop-Adults....

17

JAN 27

School's Out Day Camp...................

JAN 27

Senior Field Trip: Schweitzer

JAN 10

Just us Girls, Claiming Identity

JAN 28

Run Clinic..............................................

28

JAN 12

Suicide Prevention.............................

17

JAN 28

Snowshoe Day Trips.........................

33

JAN 13

Juicing Your Way to Vitality.............

16

JAN 31

Medicare 101........................................

18

JAN 13

Senior Field Trip: Schweitzer 30

JAN 14

KROCMAN Prep.................................

30

JAN 14

Race Planning and Prep Clinic.......

28

JAN 16

Adaptive Aquatics..............................

25

JAN 16

Intro to Aquatic Exercise..................

25

JAN 16

Tri Cycling ............................................

29

JAN 17

Adult Fine Art Workshop-

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

MAR 1

S.T.E.M. Experience: Submarine 101......................................

14

MAR 4

Krocman Prep Clinic..........................

28

33

MAR 4

Swim Lessons......................................

22 24

FEBRUARY FEB 4

18

MARCH

34

Ironman Training.................................

Medicare 101........................................

FEB 28

17

Kid-n-Me Climbing.............................

JAN 14

15

14

and Self Worth.....................................

14

14

Youth Creative Art..............................

Village....................................................

JAN 11

Village....................................................

Mardi Gras............................................

FEB 27

FEB 4

Adult Polo: Ball Handling.................

26

MAR 6

Kroc Swim Team: Gold Team..........

FEB 4

Swim Lessons......................................

22

MAR 7

Adult Beginner Swimming...............

25

FEB 4

Youth Polo: Ball Handling................

26

MAR 7

Kroc Swim Team: Silver Team........

24

Kroc Swim Team: Squid Squad......

24

FEB 8

Kid-n-Me Climbing.............................

34

MAR 7

FEB 9

Fermented Foods, Liven up Your

16

MAR 7

Swim Lessons......................................

23

MAR 7

Teen Beginner Swimming...............

25

MAR 8

Kid-n-me Climbing.............................

34

MAR 9

Improve Your Digestive Health......

16

MAR 9

Living Well: Mind, Body & Spirit.....

17

MAR 10

Functional Adaptive Fitness...........

32

MAR 10

Senior Field Trip: Bird Aviation

Plate!.......................................................

FEB 10

Senior Field Trip: Davenport

14

Watercolor............................................

15

JAN 17

Creative Combo ll..............................

13

FEB 11

Evening Snowshoe Trip...................

33

JAN 17

Para Athlete Swim Smart.................

29

FEB 11

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

15

JAN 17

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

13

FEB 13

Adaptive Aquatics..............................

25

JAN 17

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

29

FEB 13

Community CPR/AED/First Aid......

18

JAN 17

Youth Ballet..........................................

13

FEB 13

Intro to Aquatic Exercise..................

25

JAN 18

Creative Combo l ..............................

13

FEB 13

Kroc Swim Team: Gold Team..........

24

JAN 18

S.T.E.M. Experience: NXT.................

14

FEB 13

Red Cross Lifeguard Class..............

JAN 18

Youth Hip Hop.....................................

13

FEB 13

JAN 18

Youth Jazz............................................

13

JAN 19

Scholarship Orientation...................

5

JAN 19

Teen Theatre: The Wizard of Oz...

JAN 19

Tour.........................................................

Museum.................................................

14

MAR 11

Scenic Day Hikes...............................

33

MAR 11

Tri Strength and Agility Clinic.........

28

25

MAR 13

Adaptive Aquatics..............................

25

Tri Cycling ............................................

29

MAR 13

Babysitter's Class...............................

18

FEB 14

Adult Beginner Swimming...............

25

MAR 13

Community CPR/AED/First Aid......

18

FEB 14

Kroc Swim Team: Silver Team........

24

MAR 13

Intro to Aquatic Exercise..................

25

14

FEB 14

Kroc Swim Team: Squid Squad......

24

MAR 13

Tri Cycling ............................................

29

Youth Theatre: Winnie the Pooh...

14

Feb 14

Para Athlete Swim Smart.................

29

MAR 14

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

29

JAN 20

Adult Tap l ............................................

12

FEB 14

Swim Lessons......................................

23

MAR 14

Para Athlete Swim Smart.................

29

JAN 20

Adult Tap ll ...........................................

12

FEB 14

Teen Beginner Swimming...............

25

MAR 16

Scholarship Orientation...................

5

JAN 21

Adult Polo: Intro to Water Polo.......

26

FEB 14

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

29

MAR 21

Adult Fine Art Workshop- Mixed

JAN 21

X-Country Ski Day Trips ..................

33

FEB 16

Scholarship Orientation...................

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PROGRAMS BY DATE MARCH MAR 25 MAR 25

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PAGE

Brick Training Clinic........................... Scenic Day Hikes..............................

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APRIL

(CONT)

APR 22

Adult Polo: Fundamentals of

33

PAGE

26 33

MAR 27

School's Out Spring Break Camp.

6

APR 22

MAR 28

Medicare 101........................................

18

APR 22

Youth Polo: Fundamentals of

MAR 28

School's Out Spring Break Camp.

6

MAR 29

School's Out Spring Break Camp.

6

MAR 30

School's Out Spring Break Camp.

6

MAR 31

School's Out Spring Break Camp.

6

MAR 31

Senior Field Trip: Bird Aviation

(CONT)

MAY 22

Offense.................................................. Scenic Day Hikes..............................

MAY

PAGE

Youth Cooking and Culture: Maritime Day........................................

14

MAY 26

Senior Field Trip: Manito Park........

14

MAY 27

Scenic Day Hikes..............................

33

Offense..................................................

26

MAY 30

Medicare 101........................................

18

APR 24

Kroc Swim Team: Gold Team..........

24

APR 24

Youth Cooking and Culture:

JUNE

APR 25

Arbor Day..............................................

14

JUN 3

Adult Polo: Tactical Execution .......

26

Adult Beginner Swimming...............

25

JUN 3

Youth Polo: Tactical Execution ......

26

JUN 10

Tri Transitions Part 2 & Open

APR 25

Teen Beginner Swimming...............

25

APR 25

Kroc Swim Team: Silver Team........

24

APR 25

Kroc Swim Team: Squid Squad......

24

APR 25

Swim Lessons......................................

23

32

Adult Climbing Club.....................................................

34

APR 25

Medicare 101........................................

18

Kroc Swim Team: Gold Team..........

24

After School Program..................................................

8

APR 29

Tri Swim Clinic.....................................

28

Bike Lactate Threshold...............................................

32

APR 3

Red Cross Lifeguard Class..............

25

11

Youth Cooking and Culture:

MAY

Centered..........................................................................

APR 3

Climbing for Fitness......................................................

34

Club 7-10..........................................................................

7

Community Groups.......................................................

11

Gait Analysis...................................................................

32

High School Climbing Club........................................

34

14

Knitting Club....................................................................

15 10

Museum.................................................

14

APR 3

Adult Learn to Swim..........................

25

APR 3

Kroc Rx: Eat Well, Be Well...............

APR 3

APRIL

Easter Celebration.............................

14

MAY 1

Red Cross Lifeguard Class..............

25

APR 3

Youth Creative Art..............................

15

MAY 1

Youth Creative Art..............................

15

APR 4

Adult Beginner Swimming...............

25

MAY 3

Identity Theft: What You Need to

APR 4

Educational Pathways to

Know......................................................

Employment.........................................

17

APR 4

Kroc Swim Team: Silver Team........

24

APR 4

Kroc Swim Team: Squid Squad......

24

APR 4

Swim Lessons......................................

23

APR 4

Teen Beginner Swimming...............

25

APR 5

Kid-n-Me Climbing.............................

34

APR 6

Ballroom: Foxtrot................................

12

APR 7

Intro to Outdoor Rock Climbing: How to Top Rope...............................

APR 8

34

Advanced Technique for Young Climbers................................................

34

APR 8

April Pools Day....................................

20

APR 8

How to Hug a Porcupine ................

17

APR 8

Scenic Day Hikes..............................

33

APR 8

Swim Lessons......................................

22

APR 9

Krocman Sprint Triathlon..................

30

APR 10

Community CPR/AED/First Aid......

18

APR 10

Tri Cycling ............................................

29

APR 11

Para Athlete Swim Smart.................

29

APR 11

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

29

APR 15

Outdoor Climbing...............................

34

APR 17

Adaptive Aquatics..............................

25

APR 17

Intro to Aquatic Exercise..................

25

APR 18

Adult Fine Art Workshop- Acrylic..

15

APR 20

Scholarship Orientation...................

5

APR 21

DIY Body Care for Every Body......

16

MAY 3

17

S.T.E.M. Experience: 3D Design and Printing..........................................

Water......................................................

28

WEEKLY

MAY 4

Ballroom: Salsa...................................

12

Kroc Church....................................................................

MAY 6

Swim Lessons......................................

22

KROC FIT45 - Powered by ActivTrax......................

32

Kroc Tutoring..................................................................

8

Lead Climbing................................................................

34

Master Swim Club.........................................................

26

Men of God.....................................................................

17

Men's Bible Study..........................................................

11

Men's Dinner and a Movie Night..............................

11

Mighty Women of God.................................................

17

Open Senior Time.........................................................

14

Personal Tri Coaching..................................................

27

Personal Wellness Coaching.....................................

31

Private Dance Lessons................................................

12

Smart Start For Ages 15+............................................

31

Smart Start For Teens..................................................

31

Teen Climbing Club......................................................

9

Teen Creative Arts Club..............................................

9

Teen Film Club...............................................................

9

Teen STEM Club............................................................

9

The Connection.............................................................

11

VO2 Sub Max Testing .................................................

32

Water Polo Club.............................................................

26

Wednesday Women.....................................................

11

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

11

MAY 8

Community CPR/AED/First Aid......

18

MAY 8

Tri Cycling ............................................

29

MAY 9

Para Athlete Swim Smart.................

29

MAY 9

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

29

MAY 12

Senior Field Trip: Manito Park........

14

MAY 13

Adult Polo: Fundamentals of Defense.................................................

26

MAY 13

Scenic Day Hikes..............................

33

MAY 13

Youth Polo: Fundamentals of Defense.................................................

26

MAY 15

Adaptive Aquatics..............................

25

MAY 15

Intro to Aquatic Exercise..................

25

MAY 15

Kroc Swim Team: Gold Team..........

24

MAY 16

Adult Beginner Swimming...............

25

MAY 16

Adult Fine Art WorkshopWatercolor............................................

15

MAY 16

Eat Well, Be Well.................................

32

MAY 16

Kroc Swim Team: Silver Team........

24

MAY 16

Kroc Swim Team: Squid Squad......

24

MAY 16

Swim Lessons......................................

23

MAY 16

Teen Beginner Swimming...............

25

MAY 18

Scholarship Orientation...................

5

MAY 20

Tri Transitions Part 1...........................

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PROGRAMS BY AGE PARENT & CHILD

Kid-n-Me Climbing..............................................................34 Parent & Child Swim Lessons..........................................21

PRESCHOOL

Preschool Swim Lessons...................................................21 Preschool Tap and Ballet...................................................13 Private Swim Lessons....................................................... 20

YOUTH

Advanced Technique for Young Climbers..................34 Adventure Corps...................................................................11 Children's Ministry............................................................... 10 Club 7-10's................................................................................ 7 Creative Combo l.................................................................13 Creative Combo ll................................................................13 Kinder Combo.......................................................................13 Kroc Swim Team: Squid Squad.......................................24 K-Rock Climbers..................................................................34 Learn to Swim Level 1-5................................................... 22 Private Swim Lessons....................................................... 20 S.T.E.M. Experience.............................................................14 School's Out Day Camp......................................................6 Sunbeams................................................................................11 Waterpolo Clinics................................................................24 Youth 4 on 4 Soccer.......................................................... 26 Youth Ballet............................................................................13 Youth Cooking and Culture...............................................14 Youth Creative Art................................................................15 Youth Hip Hop.......................................................................13 Youth Jazz..............................................................................13 Youth Tap................................................................................13 Youth Theatre........................................................................14 3rd Grade Swim...................................................................24

TEENS

After School Program.......................................................... 8 Babysitter's Class.................................................................18 High School Climbing Club..............................................34 Just us Girls, Claiming Identity and Self Worth...........17 Kroc Swim Team: Gold Team...........................................24 Kroc Swim Team: Silver Team.........................................24 Kroc Tutoring.......................................................................... 8 Private Swim Lessons....................................................... 20 Red Cross Lifeguard Class.............................................. 25 Smart Start For Teens .......................................................31 Teen Beginner Swimming............................................... 25 Teen Climbing Club..............................................................9 Teen Creative Arts Club......................................................9 Teen Film Club.......................................................................9 Teen STEM Club....................................................................9 Teen Theatre.........................................................................14 The Connection.....................................................................11 Waterpolo Clinics............................................................... 26

ADULT

Adaptive Aquatics.............................................................. 25 Adult Beginner Swimming............................................... 25 Adult Climbing Club...........................................................34 Adult Fine Art Workshop....................................................15 Adult Learn to Swim.......................................................... 25 Adult Tap l...............................................................................12 Adult Tap ll..............................................................................12 April Pools Day.................................................................... 20 Ballroom Dance Lessons...................................................12 Bike Lactate Threshold.................................................... 32 Brick Training Clinic........................................................... 28 Centered..................................................................................11 Climbing for Fitness............................................................34 Community CPR/AED/First Aid........................................18

ADULT

(CONT)

Kroc Rx: Eat Well, Be Well............................................... 32 Educational Pathways to Employment..........................17 Evening Snowshoe Trip....................................................33 Fermented Foods, Liven up Your Plate!.......................16 Financial Planning Basics..................................................17 Ironman Training................................................................. 30 Functional Adaptive Fitness........................................... 32 Gait Analysis........................................................................ 32 Grief Release Workshop....................................................17 How to Hug a Porcupine ..................................................17 Identity Theft: What You Need to Know.......................17 Improve Your Digestive Health........................................16 Intro to Aquatic Exercise.................................................. 25 Intro to Outdoor Rock Climbing: How to Top Rope.34 Juicing Your Way to Vitality...............................................16 Kroc Rx.................................................................................. 32 Kroc Fit45: Powered by ActivTrax................................. 32 Krocman Sprint Tri.............................................................. 30 Krocman Prep Clinic.......................................................... 28 Lead Climbing......................................................................34 Living Well: Mind, Body & Spirit.......................................17 Master Swim Club.............................................................. 26 Men of God............................................................................17 Men's Bible Study..................................................................11 Men's Dinner and a Movie Night......................................11 Mighty Women of God........................................................17 Outdoor Climbing................................................................34 Para Athlete Swim Smart................................................. 29 Personal Tri Coaching........................................................27 Personal Wellness Coaching............................................31 Private Swim Lessons....................................................... 20 Race Planning and Prep Clinic....................................... 28 Run Clinic.............................................................................. 28 Scenic Day Hikes................................................................33 Scholarship Orientations....................................................5 Scrapbook Boot Camp.......................................................15 Smart Start For Ages 15+...................................................31 Snowshoe Day Trips..........................................................33 Special Olympics Boot Camp........................................ 32 Stop Hormone Madness!...................................................16 Suicide Prevention...............................................................17 Tri Nutrition Clinic............................................................... 28 Tri Transitions Part 1........................................................... 28 Tri Transitions Part 2 & Open Water............................. 28 Tri Cycling ............................................................................ 29 Tri Agility & Strength Clinic.............................................. 28 Tri Swim Clinic..................................................................... 28 Tri Swim Smart..................................................................... 29 VO2 Sub Max Testing ...................................................... 32 Water Polo Clinics.............................................................. 26 Water Polo Club.................................................................. 26 Wednesday Women.............................................................11 Women's Bible Study...........................................................11 X-Country Ski Day Trips ...................................................33

REGIONAL RACE SCHEDULE APRIL 9 Krocman Sprint Triathlon www.kroccda.org/calendar

JUNE 25 Coeur d’Alene Ironman 70.3 www.ironman.com

JULY 8 Hayden Sprint Triathlon www.haydentri.com

JULY 9 Valley Girl Sprint Triathlon www.valleygirltri.com

JULY 23 Race the River Sprint Triathlon www.racetheriver.com

AUGUST 6 Wunder Woman Sprint Triathlon www.wunderwomantriathlon.com

AUGUST 12 Coeur d'Alene Triathlon & Duthlon Olympic & Sprint Triathlon www.cdatriathlon.com

AUGUST 26 Priest Lake Olympic & Sprint Triathlon www.priestlakerace.com

AUGUST 27 Coeur d'Alene Ironman 140.6 www.ironman.com

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Knitting & Crochet Club......................................................15 Medicare 101..........................................................................18 Open Senior Time................................................................14 Private Swim Lessons....................................................... 20 Senior Field Trips..................................................................14

ALL AGES

Coffee Talk............................................................................ 10 Community Groups...............................................................11 Kroc Church.......................................................................... 10 Family Sundays.................................................................... 10 Private Dance Lessons.......................................................12

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This chart represents facility age policies. Our number one priority is the safety of all our members. All age limitations are designed and enforced with this thought in mind. KROC ACTIVITY

0–6 YRS

7–10 YRS

11 YRS

12–14 15–17 YRS YRS

Cove Pool With Adult Supervision In Water (Ages 3 months+) Play Care With Adult On-Site (Ages 3 months+) Indoor Playground With Adult Supervision Rock Climbing With Adult Supervision/Waiver On File Walk/Jog Track With Supervision (15+) The Zone & Basketball Courts With Supervision (15+)

Kroc Audio & Video Services

Competition Pool With Adult On-Deck Cove Pool With Supervision On-Deck (15+)

The Zone Without Adult

Let our talented staff help you with your next audio or video project. Our full featured digital studio can produce: > AUDITION VIDEOS

Basketball Courts Without Adult

> CONTENT FOR YOUTUBE

Cove Pool Rec Swim Without Adult

> RADIO COMMERCIALS

Walk/Jog Track Without Adult

> MULTITRACK AUDIO RECORDINGS OF YOUR BAND

Club 7–10 With Adult On-Site Competition Pool Rec Swim Without Adult And With Deep Water Swim Test Check-in to Facility Without Adult

Rock Climb Without Adult, With Signed Waiver On File

> LIVE AUDIO & VIDEO RECORDINGS IN OUR THEATER

Competition Pool Lap Swim Without Adult Group Exercise Class With Adult

> VHS TO DVD TRANSFERS

Open Aqua/Open River With Adult

> CORPORATE VIDEOS

Fitness Machines With Smart Start Class

> ANYTHING ELSE YOU CAN IMAGINE!

Fitness Machines and Free Weights With Adult

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Belay Certification/Waiver On File Fitness Machines and Free Weights Without Adult Group Exercise Class Without Adult

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Open Aqua/Open River Without Adult The Kroc Center considers a parent/guardian or anyone 18 or older an adult, when supervising children.

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