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T H E S A LVAT I O N A R M Y R AY A N D J O A N K R O C C O R P S C O M M U N I T Y C E N T E R

2018 SPRING ACTIVITIES

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Welcome to Kroc Center Hawaii Operating Hours Mon–Thurs: 4:30am–10pm, Fri: 4:30am–9pm Sat & Sun: 6am–8pm Hours are subject to change. Please visit the website, www.KrocCenterHawaii.org, for current hours, schedules, and events.

Planned Facility Closures JAN 1, NEW YEAR’S DAY: CLOSED APR 1, EASTER SUNDAY: CLOSED On holidays with reduced hours, check with Member Services Desk for Drop–in Fitness Classes offered and Child Watch hours.

Facility Location Kroc Center Hawaii is located in West Oahu just off Kualaka‘i Parkway (North·South Rd).

Facility Includes: COMPETITION/LAP POOL

OUTDOOR ACTIVITY FIELDS

GROUP FITNESS CLASSES

STATE-OF-THE-ART FITNESS EQUIPMENT

HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER

BANQUET/CONFERENCE CENTER

WORSHIP & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER PRESCHOOL MULTI-USE GYMNASIUM GAME ROOM CHILD WATCH CENTER

ART STUDIO

FAMILY POOL WITH WATER SLIDES

DORMITORIES

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About Kroc Center Hawaii

Register For Classes Today

Located on 15 acres in West Oahu, the 200,000 square-foot Kroc Center Hawaii is the largest community center of its kind in Hawaii. It is a place where people of all ages have countless opportunities to learn and grow, to build dreams and friendships, and to find sanctuary and hope. From firsttime swimmers to experienced athletes, Kroc Center Hawaii has something for everyone.

Programs at Kroc Center Hawaii are open to everyone. Enrolling for program classes does not require Kroc Center Membership.

Be Part of the Community When you make a gift—money, time, or energy—to The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center, you become a part of the largest project ever undertaken by The Salvation Army. Your gift becomes grounded in the reputation, trust and credibility of The Salvation Army—which is well known for its continuing efforts of providing relief to those in need. Here are just a few ways you can be involved:

MEMBERSHIP

VOLUNTEER

WORSHIP

1. Register and pay onine by visiting www.kroccenterhawaii.org. 2. Turn in completed program enrollment form along with payment to the Member Services Desk. If class is full, you will be added to a wait list. Payment will be processed only if space becomes available. Classes are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Class and Program Cancellations Full payment is expected at the time of enrollment. No refunds are given unless the program is cancelled by Kroc Center Hawaii. If the program is cancelled by Kroc Center Hawaii, you will be given the choice of a full credit or a credit or check 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. * Processing fee for day camp is $25.

LEARN

WORK

DONATE

GUIDING PRINCIPLES

PURPOSE

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

PUBLISHED BY The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center

91–3257 Kualaka’i Parkway, Ewa Beach, HI 96706 (808) 682–5505

VISION

Save Souls, Grow Saints, Serve Suffering Humanity Kroc Center Hawaii is a community center where families, individuals and relationships thrive–all in the name of Jesus.

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

www.KrocCenterHawaii.org

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Safety Information

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

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.”

In order to promote a safe and secure environment, The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center has placed video cameras in various locations. As part of our commitment to the safety of children and vulnerable persons, Kroc Center Hawaii 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.

Protecting The Mission guidelines ensure The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center emphasizes safety in the following ways: •

Salvation Army personnel (officers, employees and volunteers) are trained in child abuse prevention and are mandated reporters of suspected child/vulnerable adult abuse.

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

• Salvation Army personnel undergo criminal background checks.

Members and guest are encouraged to report suspicious behavior. Forms for anonymous reporting, called Confidential Notices of Concern, are available at the Member Services Desk.

• Adults accessing the facility may be screened against public sexual offender registry. • Instructors are trained in appropriate interactions with Kroc members to enhance learning by creating a safe and inviting environment.

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.

Facility Age Guidelines For the safety and security of all members, please be aware of the following age guidelines: 11 YRS & UNDER

12+YRS

General Facility (use including open swim) • Children ages 11 and younger must have an adult present. • Children ages 12 & up may attend a structured program without an adult.

OK

Fitness Area (including group fitness classes)

*Adult must be at least 18 years old.

OKAY W/ADULT*

16+YRS

12 YRS & UNDER

13–15 YRS

• Children ages 12 and younger are not permitted. • Children ages 13–15 are permitted with an adult present after completing teen orientation. OK

OKAY W/ADULT* MUST ATTEND TEEN ORIENTATION*

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CHILD WATCH (SEE HOURS ONLINE)

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All Ages Ages 5–13

HOMESCHOOL PROGRAMS, PAGES 12–13 MUSIC CLASSES, PAGES 14–15

Ages 3 & Up

ART CLASSES, PAGES 16–17

Ages 3 & Up

AQUA GROUP FITNESS (SEE SCHEDULE ONLINE)

Ages 13 & Up*

GROUP FITNESS CLASSES (SEE SCHEDULE ONLINE)

Ages 13 & Up* Ages 2–5 Ages 13 & Up*

HEALTH & WELLNESS PROGRAMS, PAGES 22–26

Ages 12 & Up*

LIFE ENRICHMENT CLASSES, PAGES 20–21

Ages 5–17

SPORTS CLINICS AND TEAMS, PAGES 18–19

All Ages

WORSHIP SERVICE, PAGES 5–7

Grades 7–12 or Ages 12–17

YOUTH MINISTRY, PAGES 6–7 CHILDREN'S MINISTRY, PAGES 6–7

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Ages 6 Months & Up

AQUATICS CLASSES, PAGES 8–11

KEIKI LEARNING CENTER PRESCHOOL, PAGE 26

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Ages 0–11 * Ages under 16 must be accompanied by adult.

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w or sh ip Download our Kroc Church App!

• Stay up-to-date on everything that’s happening in the church. • Listen to past messages or video. • Follow along with a Bible reading plan.

Join us Sundays,

8AM & 10AM Kroc Center Hawaii is more than a fitness club or community center—it is also a place of Christian worship. Each Sunday, people of all ages and backgrounds come to worship God, celebrate community, and strengthen family connections. We are simply a group of people with a common desire to love Jesus and love people. We invite you to join us. Bring your whole family. We have something for the little keiki as well as the teenagers. And no need to get dressed up, we’ll be honored to have you just the way you are. We are looking forward to meeting you.

Child Care Available.

Missed a sermon?

LISTEN TO OUR WEEKLY PODCAST ONLINE.

What to expect at Kroc Worship:

Meaningful messages, good tunes, stuff kids like and a group of friendly people who just want to make a difference. MINISTRY DEPARTMENT (808) 693–8318

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Ohana Groups Join an Ohana Group today! It’s a small group of 8–10 people getting together weekly in a home, office or coffee shop. We talk about the sermon, open up our Bibles, pray for one another, and occasionally eat! This is where friendships are made, encouragement is found, and growth in the Lord happens. For more information or to join an Ohana Group, please email ministry@kroccenterhawaii.org.

Children's Ministries Jr. Worship AGES 6MOS–6TH GRADE (CHILD WATCH ROOM) | FREE SUNDAYS | 8–9AM | FREE Kids will enjoy Bible stories, games and creative play while you enjoy our Sunday Worship Service.

Nursery AGES 6MOS–2 YRS | CHILD WATCH CLASSROOM SUNDAYS | 10–11AM | FREE Bring your child to the nursery to be cared for while you enjoy our Sunday Worship Service. They will enjoy hearing a simple Bible story each week.

Preschool AGES 3–5 & KINDERGARTEN | ‘IWA CLASSROOM SUNDAYS | 10–11AM | FREE Discover God’s word in our preschool class each week through Bible stories, songs, games, creative play and activities.

Children’s Worship GRADES 1–3: HIBISCUS CLASSROOM | GRADES 4–6: ILIMA CLASSROOM SUNDAYS | 10–11AM | FREE

Women’s Ministries Ages 18+, Women Only. Call (808) 693–8354 for meeting schedule. We welcome all women to be part of the Kroc women’s group. The Women’s Ministries provides opportunities to connect with other women—encouraging one another and growing together in the Word. We offer Bible studies series, worship and fellowship. To be part of a women’s group or for more information, please email debbie.lum@usw. salvationarmy.org. The mission of The Kroc Center Women’s Ministries is to:

• Bring women into a knowledge of Jesus Christ.

• Encourage their full potential in influencing family, friends and community.

• Equip them for growth in personal understanding and in life skills.

• Address issues which affect women and their families in their world.

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Who knew learning about Jesus could be fun? Join us each week and find out what everyone’s talking about in Children’s Worship! Come help us worship, investigate God’s Word, discover God’s way and share God’s love! FOR MORE INFORMATION ON CHILDREN’S MINISTRY, EMAIL HIKROC.CHILDRENSMINISTRY@USW.SALVATIONARMY.ORG.

Youth Ministries Sunday Teen Bible Study AGES 12–17, SUNDAYS, 9:10–9:50AM, GAME ROOM In this class, teens explore the Word of God, grow in their understanding of God’s plan for their life, and share life with other teens.

Teen Night/YPL (Young People’s League) GRADES 7–12, EVERY FRIDAY, FREE, 6:30–8:30PM The desire of the program is to inspire teens to know Jesus and grow in relationship with Him while having fun. Our focus is structured around worship, fellowship, service, education and recreation. Our prayer is to help teens become the leaders of tomorrow that are capable, knowledgeable, responsible, compassionate, and equipped for a bright future with God. For more information and schedule of activities, please contact HiKrocYouthMinistries@usw.salvationarmy.org.


Wednesdays: Troops & Character Building

Adventure Corps HIBISCUS/ILIMA CLASSROOM

Moonbeams

This scouting program offers boys the chance to take part in a variety of exciting activities while working on emblems. Weekly activities help educate and build character.

PIKAKE CLASSROOM

GRADES 1–5 ADVENTURE CORPS EXPLORERS (BOYS ONLY)

This fun-filled, Biblically-based program is for boys and girls. It helps your child explore the world around them and find ways of serving God and others.

GRADES 6–12 ADVENTURE CORPS RANGERS (BOYS ONLY)

GRADE K | $7 EMBLEM REGISTRATION (REGISTRATION FEE COLLECTED ON FIRST DAY OR BEFORE AT FRONT DESK) | $10 TROOP SASH (OPTIONAL) CLASS #

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TIME

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WEDNESDAYS, FEBRUARY 7–APRIL 25*

3:30–4:15PM

$7 EMBLEM REGISTRATION (REGISTRATION FEE COLLECTED ON FIRST DAY OR BEFORE AT FRONT DESK) | $10 TROOP SASH (OPTIONAL) CLASS #

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1KC1613

WEDNESDAYS, FEBRUARY 7–APRIL 25*

3:30–4:15PM

*NO CLASS ON MAR 21

Jr. Singing Company

*NO CLASS ON MAR 21

OHIA CLASSROOM

Sunbeams

Young boys and girls will be introduced to simple choir instruction and choral music.

OHIA CLASSROOM

GRADES K–1 | FREE

This program gives girls the opportunity to build a solid life foundation through Christian fellowship and educational programs. Learn important truths and life skills. GRADES 1–5 (GIRLS ONLY) $7 EMBLEM REGISTRATION (REGISTRATION FEE COLLECTED ON FIRST DAY OR BEFORE AT FRONT DESK) | $10 TROOP SASH (OPTIONAL) CLASS #

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TIME

1KC1611

WEDNESDAYS, FEBRUARY 7–APRIL 25*

3:30–4:15PM

*NO CLASS ON MAR 21

CLASS #

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TIME

1KC1614

WEDNESDAYS, FEBRUARY 7–APRIL 25*

5:30–6:30PM

*NO CLASS ON MAR 21

Singing Company Hibiscus/Ilima Classroom A choir for boys and girls worth joining! Singing encourages the development of worship and performing arts through performance, resource development and instruction. GRADES 2-12 | FREE

Girl Guards HIBISCUS/ILIMA CLASSROOM This program focuses on the spiritual, mental and social needs of girls. Learn teamwork and self-sufficiency while exploring career and life choices.

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WEDNESDAYS, FEBRUARY 7–APRIL 25*

5:30–6:30PM

*NO CLASS ON MAR 21

GRADES 6–12 (GIRLS ONLY)

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WEDNESDAYS, FEBRUARY 7–APRIL 25*

3:30–4:15PM

*NO CLASS ON MAR 21

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$7 EMBLEM REGISTRATION (REGISTRATION FEE COLLECTED ON FIRST DAY OR BEFORE AT FRONT DESK) | $10 TROOP SASH (OPTIONAL)

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A break from school means big fun! Kroc Day Camp will take campers on a journey of discovery and fun. Days are packed with fun activities that are designed with Christian values in mind. From swimming to crafts and games, campers will be making lasting memories together.

SPRING CAMP WEEK:

MARCH 19–23 Sign-up at www.kroccenterhawaii.org

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aq ua tic s REGISTRATION DATES FOR ALL GROUP LESSONS:

JANUARY 16 THROUGH MARCH 23 10% MEMBER DISCOUNT 5% OFF FOR SIBLINGS AND MULTIPLE CLASSES 8

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Swim Lessons: How to choose the right program.

Adults & Teens (Ages 13+)

AGES 1–5: First time in a swim class. Enroll your child into a “Play, Learn, Swim” class. In a fun atmosphere, and with a little help from mom and dad, we help your child become comfortable in the water.

Introduction to fundamental swimming skills. Must be able to blow bubbles, push off the wall and swim one to two body lengths to an instructor, float on front and back with limited support, and kick feet in an alternating motion. Min. 3; Max. 6

AGES 3–5: Children should be willing to enter the water without parents, support themselves by holding onto the pool wall, be willing to get their faces wet, and be able to follow simple instructions. Enroll your child into a “Preschool” class. This course introduces children to the basic skills that are used in progressive classes in our swim program. AGES 4–10: Enroll your child in a “Level One” through “Level Four” class. Please read each class description and place your child in a swim level that best fits their swimming ability. NOTE: While we understand that some children are natural swimmers and can perform advanced skills for their age level, we recommend that your child stick with their age group to develop all the necessary swimming skills before moving to the next swim level.

For those who completed swim level four:

Beginner – Introduction to Aquatic Skills KROC SWIM INSTRUCTOR, AQUATIC CENTER

4 SESSIONS | AGES 13 & UP | $100 CLASS #

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TUESDAYS, FEBRUARY 6–27

5–5:45PM

1AQ2101

TUESDAYS, MARCH 6–27

5–5:45PM

1AQ2102

TUESDAYS, APRIL 3–24

5–5:45PM

Intermediate – Fundamental Aquatic Skills KROC SWIM INSTRUCTOR, AQUATIC CENTER Build on swimming stroke techniques. Must be able to swim the following strokes for 25 yards: front crawl and elementary backstroke. Must be able to tread water without support, and back float for 30 seconds unsupported. Min. 3; Max. 6 4 SESSIONS | AGES 13 & UP | $100

JR. SWIM PROGRAM: An introduction to competitive swimming; or for the swimmer who just want to build on their endurance & stamina through swimming work outs

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TUESDAYS, FEBRUARY 6–27

6–6:45PM

1AQ2104

TUESDAYS, MARCH 6–27

6–6:45PM

JR. LIFEGUARD CLUB: An introduction to becoming a lifeguard; learn basic to fundamental lifesaving skills.

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TUESDAYS, APRIL 3–24

6–6:45PM

SWIM CLUB: Competitive USA age group swim club; we are partnering with Hawaii Swim Club (HSC) as our parent club.

Advanced – Stroke Refinement KROC SWIM INSTRUCTOR, AQUATIC CENTER

FOR TEENS ONLY: Jr. Swim Club, Swim Club or Jr. Lifeguard Club

Build on swimming stroke techniques and endurance. Must be able to swim the following strokes for 50 yards: front crawl, back crawl, and elementary backstroke. Must demonstrate the coordination for breaststroke and butterfly. Min. 3; Max. 6

LEARN TO SWIM CLASS: Levels 2–4

4 SESSIONS | AGES 13 & UP | $100

For teens & adults: MASTER SWIM PROGRAM: A non-competitive swim program to build on endurance and stamina through swimming work outs. LIFEGUARD TRAINING COURSE: American Red Cross certification program.

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TUESDAYS, FEBRUARY 6–27

7–7:45PM

1AQ2107

TUESDAYS, MARCH 6–27

7–7:45PM

1AQ2108

TUESDAYS, APRIL 3–24

7–7:45PM

WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR COURSE: American Red Cross certification program SUP 101: An introduction to basic stand up paddling. ROLLING INTO FUN: An introduction to stand up log rolling.

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Level 2 – Fundamental Aquatic Skills

Keiki Swim Lessons

KROC SWIM INSTRUCTORS, AQUATIC CENTER This class offers an introduction to fundamental swimming skills. Participants should be able to submerge face and head under the water comfortably, blow bubbles, push off the wall and swim one to two body lengths to an instructor, and float on front and back with limited support. Min. 4, Max. 12

Weekday Private Lessons KROC SWIM INSTRUCTORS, AQUATIC CENTER Private lessons are 4 sessions long, 30–45 minutes per session, depending on the child’s swim level and ability. To register for oneon-one swim classes, please call the Aquatic office at (808) 693-8351 to secure a time slot. Voicemail will be checked daily and calls will be answered in the order they are received.

Play, Learn+, Swim!

4 SESSIONS | AGES 4–7 | $65 CLASS #

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SATURDAYS, FEBRUARY 3–24

9:45–10:15AM

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SUNDAYS, FEBRUARY 4–25

9:45–10:15AM

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SATURDAYS, MARCH 10–31

9:45–10:15AM

1AQ2124

SUNDAYS, MARCH 4–25

9:45–10:15AM

1AQ2125

SATURDAYS, APRIL 7–28

9:45–10:15AM

1AQ2126

SUNDAYS, APRIL 8–29

9:45–10:15AM

KROC SWIM INSTRUCTORS, AQUATIC CENTER

Level 3 – Stroke Development

Parents are welcome to join us for this water play group. In this class, we will be utilizing our Adventure Cove with nursery rhymes and toys to build toddlers’ comfortability with the water. With the help of both parent and instructor, children will gain experience in following simple instructions and rules, while learning basic swimming and safety skills. Min. 3; Max. 8

KROC SWIM INSTRUCTORS, AQUATIC CENTER

4 SESSIONS | AGES 1–3 | $40 PER MONTH

4 sessions | Ages 4–13 | $70

This class builds on fundamental skills and introduces basic swimming strokes and skills. Must be able to push off wall in a prone position and swim 3 body lengths without support using any arm stroke, and back float without support for 10 seconds. Min. 4; Max. 15

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SATURDAYS, FEBRUARY 3–24

10:30–11AM

1AQ2127

SATURDAYS, FEBRUARY 3–24

11:15AM–12PM

1AQ2110

SATURDAYS, MARCH 10–31

10:30–11AM

1AQ2128

SUNDAYS, FEBRUARY 4–25

11:15AM–12PM

1AQ2111

SATURDAYS, APRIL 7–28

10:30–11AM

1AQ2129

SATURDAYS, MARCH 10–31

11:15AM–12PM

1AQ2130

SUNDAYS, MARCH 4–25

11:15AM–12PM

Pre-School – Introduction to Learn-to-Swim Program

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SATURDAYS, APRIL 7–28

11:15AM–12PM

KROC SWIM INSTRUCTORS, LEISURE POOL

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SUNDAYS, APRIL 8–29

11:15AM–12PM

Participants will meet with an instructor one-on-one for 10 minutes and learn pre-beginner skills, such as blowing bubbles, floating and are introduced to freestyle. Participants should be willing to enter the water from the pool edge, hold onto the poolside without support, and able to follow simple instructions. Min. 4; Max. 9 4 SESSIONS | AGES 3–5 | $50 PER MONTH

Level 4 – Stroke Refinement KROC SWIM INSTRUCTORS, COMPETITION POOL This class builds on swimming stroke techniques. Students must be able to swim the following strokes for 25 yards: front crawl, elementary backstroke, and breast stroke. Must demonstrate the coordination for side stroke and butterfly. Min. 4; Max. 16

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SUNDAYS, FEBRUARY 4–25

10:30–11AM

1AQ2113

SUNDAYS, MARCH 4–25

10:30–11AM

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SUNDAYS, APRIL 8–29

10:30–11AM

1AQ2133

SATURDAYS, FEBRUARY 3–24

12:15–1PM

4 SESSIONS | AGES 7–13 | $70

1AQ2134

SUNDAYS, FEBRUARY 4–25

12:15–1PM

Level 1 – Introduction to Water Skills

1AQ2135

SATURDAYS, MARCH 10–31

12:15–1PM

KROC SWIM INSTRUCTORS, LEISURE POOL

1AQ2136

SUNDAYS, MARCH 4–25

12:15–1PM

For first time, novice swimmers. Swimmers will be introduced to basic water skills in a play method. Participants should be willing to enter the water from the pool edge, able to lower themselves into the water, hold onto the poolside without support, and able to follow simple instructions. Min. 4; Max. 12

1AQ2137

SATURDAYS, APRIL 7–28

12:15–1PM

1AQ2138

SUNDAYS, APRIL 8–29

12:15–1PM

4 SESSIONS | AGES 3–6 | $65 CLASS #

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1AQ2115

SATURDAYS, FEBRUARY 3–24

9–930AM

1AQ2116

SUNDAYS, FEBRUARY 4–25

9–930AM

1AQ2117

SATURDAYS, MARCH 10–31

9–930AM

1AQ2118

SUNDAYS, MARCH 4–25

9–930AM

1AQ2119

SATURDAYS, APRIL 7–28

9–930AM

1AQ2120

SUNDAYS, APRIL 8–29

9–930AM

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Certification Classes Lifeguard Training: American Red Cross Certification KROC SWIM INSTRUCTOR, AQUATIC CENTER Participants will learn the skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies for pool and water park environments. Participation in all classes is required for the certification. Upon successfully passing all requirements, participants will earn certificates in Lifeguarding Skills, First Aid, & CPR/AED for the professional rescuer. Min. 8; Max. 20

Water Adventures

MUST REGISTER BEFORE FEBRUARY 26 FOR 1ST SESSION AND MARCH 30 FOR 2ND SESSION.

KROC SWIM INSTRUCTOR, AQUATIC COMPLEX In this after-school class students will be given the adventure of learning different water strokes, water activities, and life-saving skills. We will keep students on their toes by having them swim, log roll, SUP paddle, and rescue each other all while learning how to stay safe in and around the water. Participants must be able to swim front crawl for 25yds. Min. 4; Max. 10 4 SESSIONS | AGES 8 & UP | $60 PER MONTH CLASS #

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TUESDAYS, FEBRUARY 6–27

4–4:45PM

1AQ2140

TUESDAYS, MARCH 6–27

4–4:45PM

1AQ2141

TUESDAYS, APRIL 3–24

4–4:45PM

PART I: Participants will be provided a web link to complete online web-based learning program as part of the Lifeguard Certification. This portion needs to be completed and a printed certificate of completion needs to be turned in on the first day of class. PART II: Skill portion of course will be conducted at the Kroc Aquatic Center during the weekdays from 5:30–8:30 pm 6 SESSIONS | AGES 15 & UP | $130 FACILITY FEE | DISCOUNTS DO NOT APPLY CLASS #

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MARCH 12–19 (MON-FRI ONLY)

8AM–5:30PM

1AQ2152

APRIL 13–20 (MON-FRI ONLY)

8AM–5:30PM

Community First Aid & CPR Course XANADETTE SORDILLIA-COZO, AQUATIC CENTER Participants will learn necessary skills to attend to first aid/cpr emergencies. Upon successfully passing all requirements, participants will earn certificates in First Aid/CPR/AED certifications. Class will be in two parts with online portion, followed by in class skill session. Min. 8; Max. 20

Competitive Swim Junior Swim Program KROC SWIM COACH, COMPETITION POOL A one-hour swimming workout for young Olympians at heart. Junior Swim incorporates stroke drills, kicking sets, distance sets, relay technique, sprints, and race starts. Primary focus is on freestyle, but all strokes are utilized. Must be able to swim 200 yards. Min. 8; Max. 20 AGES 5 & UP | $40 PER MONTH/ $10 SINGLE DAY (DISCOUNTS DO NOT APPLY.) CLASS #

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MON/WED, JANUARY 8–31

5–6PM

1AQ2143

MON/WED, FEBRUARY 5–28

5–6PM

1AQ2144

MON/WED, MARCH 5–28

5–6PM

1AQ2145

MON/WED, APRIL 2–30

5–6PM

5 SESSIONS | AGES 15 & UP | PRICE $90 (INCLUDES CERTIFICATION AND FACILITY COSTS) DISCOUNTS DO NOT APPLY

For more information and to register, please contact Xanadette at Xanadette.Sordillia-Cozo@usw.salvationarmy.org.

**NO CLASS ON JANUARY 15 (MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY), FEBRUARY 19 (PRESIDENT’S DAY), MARCH 26 (PRINCE KUHIO DAY)

Kroc Swim Club COACH KELSIE ANDREW, COMPETITION POOL Try out for the Kroc swim club! Learn fundamental to advanced competitive swimming skills and compete in sanctioned USA Swimming meets with our parent swim club, Hawaii Swim Club. Min. 4; Max. 15 AGE 5 & UP | $65 USA SWIMMING REGISTRATION FEE + $90 PER MONTH/ $10 SINGLE DAY (DISCOUNTS DO NOT APPLY.) CLASS #

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1AQ2146

MON–FRI, JANUARY 8–31

5–6:30PM

1AQ2147

MON–FRI, FEBRUARY 1–28

5–6:30PM

1AQ2148

MON–FRI, MARCH 1–30

5–6:30PM

1AQ2149

MON–FRI, APRIL 2–30

5–6:30PM

**NO CLASS ON JANUARY 15 (MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY), FEBRUARY 19 (PRESIDENT’S DAY), MARCH 26 (PRINCE KUHIO DAY)

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Athletics Home School Athletics KROC CENTER ATHLETIC INSTRUCTORS, GYMNASIUM

Join us for a session of fun, learning, and getting to know other home schooled students and families in our community!

In our athletic classes, students will focus on improving their skill in a variety of sports, and will also develop respect, confidence, humility, and honor in an environment that emphasizes discipline, hard work, perseverance, and the pursuit of excellence in all that we do. Min. 12; Max. 25 8 SESSIONS | $60 AGES 5–8 CLASS #

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TIME

1HS1510

MONDAYS, JANUARY 8–MARCH 12*

9–10AM

AGES 9–12 CLASS #

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1HS1511

MONDAYS, JANUARY 8–MARCH 12*

11:30AM–12:30PM

AGES 13+

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CLASS #

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TIME

1HS1512

MONDAYS, JANUARY 8–MARCH 12*

10:15–11:15AM

*NO CLASS ON JANUARY 15, FEBRUARY 19


Aquatics

Music

Home School Swim: Water Adventurers

Home School Music: Beginning Ukulele

KROC SWIM INSTRUCTOR, AQUATIC COMPLEX

KROC CENTER PROGRAMS INSTRUCTOR, OHIA CLASSROOM

In this class students will be given the adventure of learning different water strokes, water activities, and life-saving skills. We will keep students on their toes by having them swim, log roll, SUP paddle, and rescue each other all while learning how to stay safe in and around the water. Participants must be able to swim front crawl for 25yds. Min. 4; Max. 10

Learn to play the ukulele in a fun, group setting! Instruments are provided for use during class; all you need to bring is a willingness to learn. Past participants may retake classes; new songs are chosen each session. Min. 10; Max. 15

8 SESSIONS | AGES 8 & UP | $95 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HS1513

MONDAYS, JANUARY 8–MARCH 12*

9–10AM

*NO CLASS ON JANUARY 15, FEBRUARY 19

Home School Swim: Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills KROC SWIM INSTRUCTOR, AQUATIC COMPLEX This class offers an introduction to fundamental swimming skills. Participants should be able to submerge face and head under the water comfortably, blow bubbles, push off the wall and swim one to two body lengths to an instructor, and float on front and back with limited support. Min. 4, Max. 12 8 SESSIONS | AGES 4–7 | $95 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HS1514

MONDAYS, JANUARY 8–MARCH 12*

10:15–11:15AM

*NO CLASS ON JANUARY 15, FEBRUARY 19

Home School Swim: Level 4 - Stroke Refinement KROC SWIM INSTRUCTORS, COMPETITION POOL This class builds on swimming stroke techniques. Students must be able to swim the following strokes for 25 yards: front crawl, elementary backstroke, and breast stroke. Must demonstrate the coordination for side stroke and butterfly. Min. 10; Max. 24 8 SESSIONS | AGES 10+ | $95 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HS1515

MONDAYS, JANUARY 8–MARCH 12*

11:30AM–12:30PM

*NO CLASS ON JANUARY 15, FEBRUARY 19

8 SESSIONS | AGES 6+ | $100 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HS1516

MONDAYS, JANUARY 8–MARCH 12*

9–10AM

*NO CLASS ON JANUARY 15, FEBRUARY 19

Art Home School Art: Hand-building with Airdry Clay NICK DAGDAG, ART STUDIO In this class students will learn fundamentals and vocabulary of clay. Using airdry clay, students will create projects ranging from a cup, pottery or vase to pieces the bend reality and stretch the imagination. Min. 10; Max. 15 8 SESSIONS | AGES 5–8 | $100 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HS1517

MONDAYS, JANUARY 8–MARCH 12*

11:30AM–12:30PM

*NO CLASS ON JANUARY 15, FEBRUARY 19

Home School Art: Typography NICK DAGDAG, ART STUDIO Learn how letterforms work in design with visual art. This class will focus on the practice of typography as they apply to graphics, advertising and other areas of design and visual communication in a study of structure, design and layout. Min. 10; Max 15 8 SESSIONS | AGES 9–12 | $100 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HS1518

MONDAYS, JANUARY 8–MARCH 12*

10:15–11:15AM

*NO CLASS ON JANUARY 15, FEBRUARY 19

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5% OFF FOR MEMBERS 10% OFF FOR MULTIPLE CLASSES/SIBLINGS

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Private Music Lesson Piano, Voice, Guitar, Ukulele, Violin, Viola, or Cello Private music instruction is now available through Kroc Center Hawaii. No matter if you are a beginner or advanced musician, we have the right instructor who can take you to the next level.

Available for all ages. Scholarships available!

$120/Month

10% OFF FOR KROC MEMBERS

To schedule your private lessons, or to find out more information about scholarships, please call (808) 693-8382 or email programs@kroccenterhawaii.org.

Music Instructors Karen Aranda Karen has over 10 years of experience in piano performance and music theory. She has been teaching students ages 4 through adult for nearly 11 years. Karen has accompanied soloists, choirs and congregations on piano and organ for over 30 years.

Steven Cardenas Steven has been playing viola for over 30 years, and teaching violin, viola, and cello for almost 20 years. He has a passion for developing strings players, and strongly believes in the power of music. In addition to teaching private lessons, Steven currently leads our Kroc Youth String Orchestra - West Oahu's first youth community string orchestra.

Jerilyn Ornellas Jerilyn graduated from the University of Hawaii with a Bachelors degree in Family Resources and a minor in Music. She is currently working on a Master’s degree in music at UH Manoa. Jerilyn has been a musician for over 10 years, singing and playing various instruments in various ensembles throughout Hawaii.

Janelle Saole Janelle started playing ukulele, piano and guitar at the age of nine. She is currently working on the music composition for the regal trailer for Kapolei Commons Theater. Part of her interests is in song writing and composing. Janelle loves sharing her knowledge of music with others, especially children.

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Youth Classes Beginning Piano

Music & Music JERILYN ORNELLAS, EDUCATION & RESOURCES CLASSROOM This monthly, parent participation class uses children’s natural interest and aptitude for music to encourage musical expression. Classes use fun children’s songs and rhymes, dance movements and instruments to build a child’s foundation in basic music theory. Parent participation is encouraged. Min. 9; Max. 14

JERILYN ORNELLAS, WORSHIP & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER ENSEMBLE ROOM Want to learn to play the piano? Learn to play the piano, while learning music theory including rhythm, note reading, and much more in a fun, group setting! Keyboards are used in this class. Practicing at home is recommended. Min. 5; Max. 7 12 SESSIONS | AGES 7+ | $225

4 SESSIONS | AGES 3–5 | $50 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1MC1510

MON, JAN 22, FEB 12, MAR 19, APR 16

4–5PM

1MC1513

THURSDAYS, JAN 11–APR 5*

5:30–6:30PM

*NO CLASS ON MARCH 22

Beginning Ukulele JERILYN ORNELLAS, WORSHIP & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER ENSEMBLE ROOM Learn how to play the ukulele in a fun, group setting! Students learn strumming patterns, chords and picking through singing and playing popular songs. Ukuleles are available for use during class, but students should have their own ukulele to practice at home. Min. 6; Max. 8 12 SESSIONS | AGES 7+ | $205 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1MC1511

TUESDAYS, JAN 9–APR 3*

5:30–6:30PM

*NO CLASS ON MARCH 20

Piano Concepts JERILYN ORNELLAS, WORSHIP & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER ENSEMBLE ROOM Want to grow your basic piano skills? Continue to develop music theory and piano chops while experiencing a wide variety of music. This class is repeatable as it is changed each session. Keyboards are used in this class. Practicing at home is recommended. Min. 5; Max. 7 12 SESSIONS | AGES 7+ | $225 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1MC1514

THURSDAYS, JAN 11–APR 5*

6:45–7:45PM

*NO CLASS ON MARCH 22

Ukulele Skills JERILYN ORNELLAS, WORSHIP & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER ENSEMBLE ROOM Not quite a beginner, but not yet a professional? This class will build on fundamental chords and strumming patterns and introduce new material with new songs to learn. This class is repeatable as it is changed each session. Ukuleles are available for use during class, but students should have their own ukulele to practice at home. Min. 6; Max. 10 12 SESSIONS | AGES 7+ | $205 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1MC1512

TUESDAYS, JAN 9–APR 3*

6:45–7:45PM

Digital Music Composition Learn to use computer software to express the music you want to hear. Gain a foundation in music theory, music history and keyboard usage, in addition to software usage. No previous music experience required. Min. 5; Max. 7 8 SESSIONS | AGES 14–18 | $225 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1MC1515

WEDNESDAYS, JAN 17–MAR 14

4:45–6:15 PM

*NO CLASS ON MARCH 20

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO FIND OUT WHICH CLASS IS A FIT FOR YOUR CHILD, PLEASE CALL (808) 693-8382.

Kroc Youth String Orchestra LED BY STEVEN CARDENAS, EDUCATION & RESOURCE CLASSROOM AGES 9–18 | $120 PER MONTH Calling all string players ages 9-18! Be a part of West Oahu’s first youth community string orchestra. KYSO focuses on students’ musical, personal, and spiritual growth, as well as developing lifelong friendships. Admittance is audition based. Call (808) 693-8382 for more information and to schedule an audition.

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Adult Art Classes Drawing & Sketching NICK DAGDAG, ART STUDIO This class teaches drawing from direct observation with an emphasis on space, volume, linear and free hand perspective. Learn traditional skills, basic techniques and concepts used by famous historical artists. Min. 8; Max. 20 ARTS DEPARTMENT (808) 693–8356

5% OFF FOR MEMBERS 10% OFF FOR MULTIPLE CLASSES/SIBLINGS

10 SESSIONS | AGES 15 & UP | $120 (PRICE INCLUDES SOME SUPPLIES. ADDITIONAL COST FOR SUPPLIES MAY BE REQUIRED ON TOP OF COURSE FEE. NECESSARY AND OPTIONAL SUPPLIES WILL BE COMMUNICATED BY INSTRUCTOR.) CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC1520

TUESDAYS, JANUARY 24–MARCH 7*

6–8PM

*NO CLASS FEBRUARY 14

Meet Our Art Instructors Kroc Center Hawaii brings you art classes to explore your creative side while gaining lifetime skills. Kroc Center Hawaii reserves the right to use class participant names, artwork, images, or pictures in any advertising or promotion of future classes.

Nick Dagdag Nick Dagdag is a teaching artist working with students of all ages. His art work has been exhibited throughout Oahu such as First Friday China Town, The Art Zone, HawaiiUSA Bank, Hilton Hawaiian Village, and The Pahoa Tower. Nick has a Bachelor’s of Art Degree in Art from UH Manoa and is currently working on his Master’s Degree in Fine Arts.

Canvas Painting Party Nights RALPH DELA CRUZ, ART STUDIO Want the party without planning the party? Join our canvas party nights. Our instructor will guide you through a painting project while you enjoy cookies and punch. At the end of the night you leave with a canvas painting of your own creation. Min. 8; Max 18 AGES 15 & UP | $30 (SUPPLIES INCLUDED) CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC1521

FRIDAY, JANUARY 26

6–8PM

1AC1522

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23

6–8PM

Kids Night! AGES 5–14 (CHILDREN 5–8 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT) CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC1523

FRIDAY, MARCH 16:

6–7:30PM

Ralph Dela Cruz Ralph is a former student of 808 Urban, and now educator. Ralph has experience with various art mediums including spray paint. His focus is on building community and character through art.

16 SPRING 2018

Ceramics

Time to get your hands dirty! Learn hand building, wheel throwing and glazing clay techniques, while creating personal expressions of art. Email programs@kroccenterhawaii.org for more information.


Youth Art Classes Drawing is Fun RALPH DELA CRUZ, ART STUDIO This three-session class teaches foundational and technical drawing techniques. Expand drawing capabilities with guided instruction and build a drawing portfolio. Each month will focus on a different theme for drawing. Pick your favorite theme or sign up for them all, and find out how drawing is fun! Min. 8; Max. 15 3 SESSIONS | AGES 6–9 | $60 (SUPPLIES INCLUDED) CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC1524

SATURDAYS, JAN 13–27: URBAN HEROES

9:30–10:30AM

1AC1525

SATURDAYS, FEB 10–24: LAND AND MOUNTAINS

9:30–10:30AM

1AC1526

SATURDAYS, MAR 3–17: SEA AND OCEAN

9:30–10:30AM

1AC1527

SATURDAYS, APR 14–28: SKY

9:30–10:30AM

Self-Portrait Expression In this class build your own stretched canvas project! This class uses a variety of media to create images that will be transferred to canvas to create a uniquely-abstract self-portrait. Min. 8; Max. 15

4 Session | Ages 3–5 $25 includes all (4) Months $20 for Returning Club Members

10 SESSIONS | $180 (SUPPLIES INCLUDED) | AGES 10–12 DATES

TIME

1AC1528

TUESDAYS, JANUARY 23–APRIL 3*

5:45PM–7:15PM

MESSY MONSTERS ART CLUB

Join our Messy Monsters Art Club for a season full of creative fun. This parent participation class meets each month to work on art projects and enjoy other fun activities! Min. 6; Max. 18

NICK DAGDAG, ART STUDIO

CLASS #

Creative fun for wee ones!

*NO CLASS MARCH 20.

THEMED ACTIVITY DAYS:

Comic Book Art and Character Design RALPH DELA CRUZ, ART STUDIO Enjoy reading comic novels or manga? This class will guide in developing characters and storylines. Beginners through advanced artists will learn to construct characters’ facial expressions, body posing and costuming. Min. 8; Max. 15 10 sessions | $180 (supplies included) | Ages 12–18 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC1529

SATURDAYS, JANUARY 13–MARCH 17

11AM–12PM

ART AROUND THE WORLD MONDAY, JAN 8 | 4–5PM SHAPES & COLORS MONDAY, FEB 5 | 4–5PM BOOK INSPIRED ART MONDAY, MAR 5 | 4–5PM TEXTURES & TEXTILES MONDAY, APR 2 | 4–5PM

Filmmaking Foundations RAPHAEL BACANI, ART STUDIO Learn necessary skills to direct, shoot and edit your own short videos. Walk through the process of storyboarding, lighting, staging, shooting and editing. Develop a short video you can share with your family and friends.

*10% MEMBER DISCOUNT DOES NOT APPLY.

*Participants must provide their own mobile device or tablet for camera and editing work. Min. 6; Max. 12 6 SESSIONS | $175 | AGES 14–18 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC1530

THURSDAYS, FEBRUARY 8–MARCH 15

6:15–7:45PM

Relax with a cold drink at Kroc Cafe.

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Athletic Center VISION: Utilize sports to produce spiritually mature athletes. Our Athletic Center has plenty of spacious court space for you to enjoy basketball, volleyball, and many other activities. Current open hours are listed on the Class & Facilities schedule available online.

Athletic Center Rentals Our large Athletic Center Complex is perfect for team practices and physical education and is available for you to host a variety of sporting events for school, church or club activities.

Facility and Class Schedule available at the Member Services Desk or online at www.KrocCenterHawaii.org. Open gym is free to members. Guest passes are available for nonmembers on select days.

$18/$14 per day (adult/youth) SEE GUEST PASS POLICY ON WEBSITE FOR RESTRICTIONS.

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Pickup basketball and volleyball are designed for adults ages 18 and over to play a few friendly games. Players under the age of 18 will need a parent or guardian present in the gym at all times. If there are multiple players or teams are waiting, a wait list will be created in the kiosk by the Gym Attendant to sign up your team for the next game. This will allow an organized way for teams to compete. The next team on the list will be on the side of the court keeping score. BASKETBALL: Games are to 21 by 1’s and 2’s. Since there are no official referees on–site for basketball, players will have to call their own fouls and ref their own games. No shooting free throws, as fouls will be taken out at half court. VOLLEYBALL: Minimum of 6 players. Games are to 21. Next team will ref the game by calling serve, net violations, and provide two (2) line judges. To allow everyone the opportunity to compete, the winning team will stay on the court for a maximum of two (2) consecutive games. On their second win, the losing team will stay on and the winning team can be placed back on the wait list in the kiosk. Come join other adults who wish to play sports in an atmosphere that is compliant with The Salvation Army policies and procedures of Kroc Center Hawaii. The Kroc Center Hawaii Athletic Center has a ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY — NO CUSSING OR FIGHTING. Players who do so will be dismissed immediately from the Athletic Center and be asked NOT to return until the next day. Kroc Center Hawaii memberships can and will be revoked if deemed necessary by the Member Services Desk.


Youth & Teen Skills Classes

Youth Class Rates

FOR KIDS & ADULTS!

Beginner Archery

> Individual: $50 > Family (2–4): $80 > Family (5+): $110

ATHLETIC FIELD Taught by certified instructors, this class covers beginning recreational archery, terminology, and safety, followed by hands-on practice out on the range. Participants will be able to learn a fun sport and receive many of the benefits Archery provides. For safety reasons, archers should wear closetoed shoes like running shoes. All equipment provided. Min. 5; Max. 25 AGES: 10 & UP – YOUTH AND ADULTS WELCOME

Kroc Center Hawaii Judo Club

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AT1250

SAT, JANUARY 6–27

9–10:30AM

1AT1251

SAT, FEBRUARY 3–24

9–10:30AM

1AT1252

SAT, MARCH 3–31

9–10:30AM

1AT1253

SAT, APRIL 7–28

9–10:30AM

GYM LANAI Martial Arts have always been places where children learn not just the art forms, but more importantly the discipline and type of character it takes to truly become a master of those forms. We will not only give instruction, but will take our instruction further to give students the opportunity to compete locally and possibly nationally. Min. 10; Max. 100

Keiki Kroc Soccer

AGES 5 & UP

ATHLETIC FIELD

Beginner Sessions

The Kroc Center Hawaii will be providing soccer training for youth of all skill levels and develop the basic fundamentals of the sport and strategies of the game. Through training and practice, our athletes will have the skills to play competitively against other athletes their age. Min. 10; Max. 20 AGES: 6–8 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AT1254

TUE/THU, FEBRUARY 1–27

4–5PM

1AT1255

TUE/THU, MARCH 1–29

4–5PM

1AT1256

TUE/THU, APRIL 3–26

4–5PM

Keiki Kroc Volleyball Providing volleyball training to youth of all skill levels. This class will develop the basic fundamentals of the sport and strategies of the game. Through quality instruction, our participants will gain the skills to compete at a high level against other kids their age. Min. 10; Max. 30 AGES 8 & UP

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AT1261

MON/WED, JAN 3–31

5–6:30PM

1AT1262

MON/WED, FEBRUARY 5–28*

5–6:30PM

1AT1263

MON/WED, MARCH 5–28*

5–6:30PM

1AT1264

MON/WED, APRIL 2–30

5–6:30PM

NO CLASS ON FEBRUARY 19 & MARCH 26.

Advanced Sessions CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AT1265

MON/WED, JAN 3–31

6:40–7:40PM

1AT1266

MON/WED, FEBRUARY 5–28*

6:40–7:40PM

1AT1267

MON/WED, MARCH 5–28*

6:40–7:40PM

1AT1268

MON/WED, APRIL 2–30

6:40–7:40PM

NO CLASS ON FEBRUARY 19 & MARCH 26.

Advanced Only

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AT1258

TUES/THURS, FEB 1–27

3:30–4:30PM

1AT1269

FRI, JAN 3–31

5:30–7:30PM

1AT1259

TUES/THURS, MARCH 1–29

3:30–4:30PM

1AT1270

FRI, FEBRUARY 2–23

5:30–7:30PM

3:30–4:30PM

1AT1271

FRI, MARCH 2–30

5:30–7:30PM

1AT1272

FRI, APRIL 6–27

5:30–7:30PM

1AT1260

TUES/THURS, APRIL 3–26

NO CLASS ON MARCH 30.

To sign up for club sports or for more information, Call Lyman Panui, Athletic Manager, at (808) 693-8344.

Leeward Judo Instructors

SENSEI MARC DAOG, Black Belt GUY YOSHIMOTO, Black Belt LEEWARD JUDO STAFF

Kroc Center Hawaii Volleyball Club

Kroc Center Hawaii Soccer Club

ATHLETIC GYMNASIUM

ATHLETIC FIELD

Jump into action with our Kroc Center Hawaii Volleyball Club. Designed for youth with advanced skill in the sport of volleyball. Athletes are given the opportunity to compete in a competitive environment with tournaments and leagues. Through training and practice, our athletes develop the skills to play competitively against peers.

Come kick it with our club soccer teams. This program is for youth of all skill levels and help develop the basic fundamentals of the sport and strategies of the game. Athletes will be given the opportunity to compete in both indoor and outdoor competition. Through training and practice, our athletes will have the skills to play competitively against other athletes their age. Not too late to join, please call for age groups.

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT RACHEL LAVATAI 693-8369.

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT ATHLETIC MANAGER, LYMAN PANUI, AT 693-8344.

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Healthy At Every Age Detox & Foundational Nutrition DR. NIC WEST, EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER This is the much-awaited toxicity workshop. Dr. West will discuss different toxins like lead, mercury, and mold. Many people’s health problems come from toxicity issues that they are not aware of; in addition, many can’t lose weight despite diet and exercise due to toxicity issues. What is true detox on a cellular level (not simple colon cleanses)? This is an action-packed workshop that is a must attend with everyone you know. Min. 8, Max. 40 1 SESSION | AGES 16+ | FREE CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE1425

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15

7–8PM

Achieving Balanced Hormonal Balance Naturally DR. NIC WEST, EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER CLASSROOM In this society, a hormonal imbalance leading to health issues is a huge topic. More and more men and women are struggling with thyroid hormone, stress hormone, low testosterone, and female hormones issues. It is not age or genetics that causes these hormone issues. Dr. West will go over TRUE mechanism of these hormonal imbalance and give you tips to prevent and eliminate the health issues. Min. 8, Max, 40 1 SESSION | AGES 16+ | FREE CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE1426

THURSDAY, MARCH 15

7–8PM

Eat Local ALICIA HIGA Join instructors from the Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center and learn why it’s important to support local farmers and eat healthier Hawaiiangrown foods. Min 5, Max 25 2 SESSIONS | AGES 18+ | FREE CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE1427

THURSDAYS, APRIL 5–12

6:30–8PM

Healing Allergies Naturally DR. AKI OSHITA, EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER CLASSROOM Food allergies, skin allergies, pollen allergies, allergic asthma, atopy… we have so many allergies in the present. Having allergies is not a death sentence. You can do so many things to reduce and/or eliminate the sign and symptoms. Dr. Oshita will go over the practical applications you can utilize from the next day! Please bring friends! Min. 8, Max. 40 1 SESSION | AGES 16+ | FREE

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CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE1428

THURSDAY, APRIL 19

7–8PM


Fun & Games

Family Game Night Unplugged LESLIE MOODY, HIBISCUS AND ILIMA CLASSROOMS Do you have a Clue that electronic devices have Monopoly on your Life? Unplug from those electronic devices and plug in to your family by playing board games. No experience necessary- all skill levels welcome. A variety of games will be available to choose from or bring your favorite board game. Take a Risk, you won’t be Sorry! Min. 5; Max. 40 1 SESSION | AGES 7+ | FREE

Scrabble Night

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE1434

THURSDAY, APRIL 26

6:30–8PM

LESLIE MOODY, HIBISCUS AND ILIMA CLASSROOMS

Senior Mixed Plate (PLEASE NOTE CLASS TIME HAS CHANGED)

For the love of the game. Enjoy fellowship and fun while improving your language, vocabulary and memory Min. 8, Max. 40

LESLIE MOODY, EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER CLASSROOM Come join us on the last Tuesday of every month for a variety of fun, activities and fellowship. Min. 1, Max, 25

1 SESSION | AGES 10+ | FREE

1 SESSION | AGES 55 + | FREE CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE1429

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8

6:30–8PM

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE1430

THURSDAY, MARCH 8

6:30–8PM

1CE1435

TUESDAY, JANUARY 30

9:30–11:30AM

1CE1436

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27

9:30–11:30AM

1CE1437

TUESDAY, MARCH 27

9:30–11:30AM

1CE1438

TUESDAY APRIL 24

9:30–11:30AM

Planning For Success

Financial Peace University

Vision Board LESLIE MOODY, EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER CLASSROOM Start off the New Year with a new vision. Learn how to create a visual representation of your dreams and goals and apply the law of attraction. Min. 5, Max. 25

If you can see it and believe it, you can achieve it! Habakkuk 2:2 says “Write the vision and make it plain” 1 SESSION | AGES 13 AND UP | FREE (SUPPLIES PROVIDED BUT IF YOU HAVE OLD MAGAZINES YOU CAN DONATE WE WELCOME THEM. APPROPRIATE CONTENT ONLY) CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE1431

THURSDAY, JANUARY 11

6–7:30PM

Goal Setting: 10 Steps for Healthier Habits in 2018 DR. AKI OSHITA, EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER CLASSROOM Everyone is excited about New Year Resolutions and starts to work on health, weight management, nutrition, and exercise. But, when we hit the first weekend of January, we lose the momentum for improving health. Doctor Oshita will be sharing 10 intentional simple steps to maximize health in 2018. Enjoy this practical and transformational workshop. Min. 5, Max. 40 1 SESSION | AGES 16+ | FREE CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE1432

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18

7–8PM

Time Management STAN JONES, EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER CLASSROOM Get time on your side. Time is a scarce resource that many of us never seem to have enough of. The truth is, we all have the exact same amount of time each day. The challenge is investing this resource effectively. Using time effectively helps us take charge of our lives and allows us to invest time in the things that matter the most to us. Come learn some tips and trades on how to manage your time more effectively. Min. 5, Max. 40 2 SESSIONS | AGES 13+ | FREE CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE1433

THURSDAYS, JANUARY 25–FEBRUARY 1

6:30–8PM

MATHEW BALL Learn practical steps to beat debt, take control of your money, build wealth, give generously and secure your family’s future! Dave Ramsey and his teaching team will walk you through the basics of budgeting, dumping debt, planning for the future, and much more. Classes are a great way to share ideas, be encouraged, and stay motivated. Min. 5, Max. 40 9 SESSIONS | AGES 16+ | $50.00 PER CURRICULUM KIT (COUPLES SHARE A KIT, FREE IF YOU ALREADY HAVE A KIT) CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE1436

MONDAYS, JANUARY 22–MARCH 19

6–7:30PM

AARP Tax Prep AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program offers free tax help for tax payers with low and moderate income with special attention to those age 60 and older. No appointments - First come, first served. Min. 1, Max 20

Items To Bring To Tax Site • • • • • • • • •

Photo ID for tax payer and spouse (if married) Proof of social security numbers (i.e. cards) for all persons listed on the returns. W2 form(s) 1098 & 1099 form(s) Amount/documentation of any other income and expenses Child care provider information and Tax ID Dates and amounts of tax payments made during the year Bank routing and account numbers for direct deposit Copy of prior year’s tax return (highly recommended to ensure accuracy of this year’s return)

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL (808) 545-6016. DATES

TIME

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3

9AM–12PM

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10

9AM–12PM

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17

9AM–12PM

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24

9AM–12PM

SATURDAY, MARCH 3

9AM–12PM

SATURDAY, MARCH 10

9AM–12PM

SATURDAY, MARCH 17

9AM–12PM

SATURDAY, MARCH 24

9AM–12PM

SATURDAY, MARCH 30

9AM–12PM

SATURDAY, APRIL 7

9AM–12PM

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HEALTH & WELLNESS DEPARTMENT (808) 693–8364

Health & Wellness Policies For the health and comfort of all patrons, please carry a towel and wipe down each piece of equipment after use. It is recommended that all new members attend the New Member Orientation prior to working out. Please make an appointment with a personal trainer or the Health & Wellness Management. Personal Training services are also available for a fee. Proper workout attire and athletic shoes are required (no jeans, or open toed footwear). Youths 13–15 may use the Health & Wellness facility and classes after completing the New Member Orientation with their parents. After the orientation, they may utilize equipment and classes with adult supervision. Guests using equipment in this area do so at their own risk. Please be safety conscious. Use a spotter for all over-head lifts, squats and any other lifts where you may need assistance.

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Patrons are asked to adhere to a 30-minute time limit for each piece of cardiovascular equipment when people are waiting.

All personal belongings should be stored in secured lockers.

Please allow others to “work-in” on weight equipment between sets (e.g. do not rest on the machines as others may want to use it).

Misuse of equipment may result in immediate expulsion from facility.

Collars on weight bars are mandatory at all times. Use free weights only in designated areas. Do not bang or drop weights or weight stacks and be sure to return all free weights to their proper location after use. Immediately report any injuries or equipment malfunctions to staff. Water in closed plastic containers is encouraged. All other food, drink and gum is prohibited in the Health & Wellness facility.

Cell phone usage is not allowed on the gym floor.

Use of audio, film recording, videos or cameras is prohibited without prior approval from management. Public drop-in access is intended for inclusive recreational use; any external personal or group training/coaching is prohibited. Contact the rental department for specific group requests. Observe proper weight area etiquette and demonstrate courtesy, dignity and respect toward others at all times. Concerns or inappropriate behavior should be reported to Kroc Center staff immediately.


Meet the Trainers Carla Myer Mandy Alexander-Wynn Certified as an ACSM personal trainer and an AFAA group fitness instructor, Mandy has been working in the professional fitness world for over 7 years. Her specialties include small group fitness, prenatal fitness, rehabilitation from injury, postpartum programming and working with clients with PTSD or trauma. Mandy loves meeting and working with people of all ages and backgrounds to boost their health and achieve their fitness goals.

Coreena Bernardino Born and raised in Oahu and with a degree in Sports Medicine/Exercise Science from University of Louisville, Coreena specializes in weight management, injury prevention and rehabilitation, and strength and conditioning. As an ACSM certified personal trainer and certified indoor cycling instructor, she found her passion after working with clients that suffer from injuries and chronic diseases.

Chasen Kanno

Born and raised on Oahu, Chasen is a Certified Personal Trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine. He specializes in explosive training and sports and athleticism training, and is an experienced hula dancer. Chasen looks forward to helping you achieve your personal fitness goals and guide you as you make improvements in your life.

Kekua Kobashigawa

As a military spouse, Carla has taught fitness all over the U.S., working with a wide variety ages and abilities, from teaching PE to Dance and even Racing. With an A.S. in Physical Education and Personal Trainer certification from the American Council of Exercise, she is knowledgeable in Sports Nutrition, BOSU, and Cycling, Marathon, and Triathlon Training amongst many others. Carla has a genuine desire to lead others to a healthier lifestyle and loves to help others discover their fitness potential!

Elizabeth Nino As a NASM certified personal trainer and NFF Pro Figure Competitor, her specialities include strength and conditioning, corrective exercise, and cardio kickboxing. When she’s not encouraging her clients to reach their goals, she is competing in bodybuilding and half marathons. After going through her own transformation, Elizabeth finds it personally rewarding to train and aid others in their own lifestyle changes!

Sabine Pullins

Sabine is an NFPT Certified Personal Trainer/ Master Fitness Trainer who specializes in Resistance Training & Endurance Training. She competed internationally for 8 years in Long Distance Running events and holds 8 Full Marathon Wins. It’s her goal now, to help you find a healthy and fit lifestyle.

Jordan Rogers

Kekua has been a fitness professional since 2010, first as a group fitness instructor, and then personal trainer. She has worked with people at every level of fitness, from beginners to fitness enthusiasts. She loves to help people reach their goals and realize how much they are capable of. She sees physical fitness as a necessity for overall health; it contributes to growth in every aspect of life. Kekua looks to help people find that connection, in whichever way works best for them.

Certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine and trained at the National Personal Trainers Institute of Colorado, Jordan specializes in balance, strength and power, and fat loss. He works well with both teens and adults, and can help you dig deep to realize your potential. Jordan is also experienced with pre/post-natal training and sports performance training.

Doug Martin

Fred spent the past 25 years serving our nation in the Marine Corps. During that time he had many job titles, but none more rewarding than Drill Instructor. Fred has spent his career helping men and women transform their bodies, minds and spirits through physical training. If you are ready for a challenge, Fred is the trainer for you.

Doug comes to us with a strong educational and experiential background. He’s worked with clients of all ages and levels including competitive athletes to those just adopting exercise into their lives. Doug holds certifications by both the American College of Sports Medicine and the National Academy of Sports Medicine and has a BA in Exercise Science and Nutrition.

Frederick Smith

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New Member Orientation (NMO) New Members: Call Now to Book Your Appointment. This introductory course is designed for new members or those who are new to strength training and need assistance getting started in a safe and productive way. In this 90-minute course, we will cover all the basics to ensure that you know how to use select strength and cardiovascular machines in a safe and effective manner. Due to limited space, advanced sign-up is required. Members must sign up for this 24-hours in advance. Ages 13–15 MUST complete NMO before working out in H&W.

AGES 13 & UP (AGES 13–15 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT). FREE TO NEW MEMBERS. DUE TO LIMITED SPACE, ADVANCED SIGN-UP IS REQUIRED. DATES

TIME

SATURDAYS

3–4:30PM

TUESDAYS

10–11:30AM

WEDNESDAYS

7–8:30PM

THURSDAYS

1–2:30PM

Individual Training

Small Group Training

Are you having trouble reaching your goals? Do you want a fitness program designed specifically for your needs? You will achieve a higher level of fitness by working with one of our highly qualified personal trainers. All of our personal trainers hold nationally recognized certifications and/or have college degrees in the exercise science fields.

Small Group Personal Training

Training Sessions. Sessions are 50 minutes each. Single Session (1 client/1 trainer)

$65

Partner Session (2 clients/1 trainer)

$90

Take your fitness to the next level in a fun, small group environment with professional coaching to help you reach your fitness goals!

FAQ’S: • How do I form a group? Gather your friends or anyone who shares similar fitness goals and we will match you with one of our Certified Personal Trainers. Our trainer will design a fun, group program that is guaranteed to improve your fitness! • How big (or small) can my group be? Groups can be from 3–6 members.

One-on-one Monthly Packages These sessions are one client and one trainer for a duration of 50 minutes.

1 session per week

$236

2 sessions per week

$448

3 sessions per week

$640

• Where are the small group training sessions held? Sessions take place in a variety of spaces, including the general Health & Wellness floor, Studio 2, and even on the pool lanai. • What types of equipment do you use? Depending on your needs & goals, your trainer will lead your group through exercises with everything from dumbbells and cable machines to rowers, bikes, TRX suspension systems, and more.

Partner Monthly Packages These sessions will consist of two–clients and one trainer for a duration of 50 minutes. Sign up with a friend and save! Package prices are for both people.

Small Group Cost:

1 session per week

$320

(PRICES ARE PER PERSON FOR A ONE MONTH PROGRAM)

2 sessions per week

$626

3 sessions per week

$888

1 Session per week $100 2 Sessions per week $184 3 Sessions per week $252

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Join us for short-term, individual challenge that tests your strength and endurance. Prizes will be given to everyone that completes the monthly challenge. Keep yourself motivated by keeping your work-outs fun!

Fitness Classes Stand-Up Paddle Board Yoga KROC CENTER FITNESS SPECIALISTS, COMPETITION POOL If you're looking for a new challenge, yoga on a stand-up paddle board (SUP) will reinvigorate you & help you become calm & healthy. SUP Yoga aims to introduce you to a unique yoga experience while enjoying the natural splendor of floating on water. All fitness levels. Participants are encouraged to wear sunglasses, sunblock and/or a UV shirt over their bathing suit. Participants must know how to swim. Min. 4; Max. 6 4 SESSIONS | AGES 13+ (AGES 13–16 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT). | $40

FREE FOR MEMBERS

STRONG MOMS

Instructor: Lori Gaynor CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HW1510

SATURDAYS, FEBRUARY 3–24

9:30–10:20AM

1HW1511

SATURDAYS, MARCH 3–24

9:30–10:20AM

1HW1512

SATURDAYS, APRIL 7–28

9:30–10:20AM

Instructor: Carla Myers CLASS #

DATES

TIME

MANDY ALEXANDER-WYNN, GYM LANAI/FIELD

1HW1513

THURSDAYS, FEBRUARY 1–22

9:30–10:20AM

Strong Moms is a stroller-based fitness program designed for moms with little ones. Each 50-minute, total body workout incorporates power walking, strength, toning, flexibility and balance. Certified fitness instructors offer a variety of fun class formats. Class will either meet on the gym lanai or field. See our Health and Wellness drop-in schedule calendar for more information. Min. 1; Max. 20

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THURSDAYS, MARCH 1–22

9:30–10:20AM

All ages welcome. (Ages 0–15 must be accompanied by an adult)

Tuesdays/Thursdays | 8:30–9:20am Free for members/Drop-in: $16

Yoga 101 MIN SOO, HEALTH AND WELLNESS STUDIO 2. Do you want to try a Yoga class but don’t know which class to try? Tried a class but didn’t like it, maybe it was the wrong class for you. Come to Yoga 101 and learn about the different styles, how to use props, and have your questions answered. This hands-on, interactive workshop will help guide newcomers through the wonderful world of Yoga. Min. 2; Max 20 ALL AGES (0–15 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT) | FREE CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HW1515

SATURDAY, JANUARY 27

11AM–12:30PM

1HW1516

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2

6:45–8:15PM

1HW1517

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6

10:30AM–12:00PM

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Massage Services Now offering therapeutic massage services! Relax and unwind while our professional masseurs work away your aches and pains. Swedish, Deep Tissue, Chair Massages all available. Call (808)693-8335. Schedule your appointment today

Massage Rates 90 MIN.

60 MIN.

30 MIN.

$75

$60

$30

MEMBER PRICE

NON-MEMBER $80 $65 $35 CHAIR MASSAGE: $30 PER 30 MINUTES, $1 PER ADDITIONAL MINUTE (MEMBER & NON-MEMBER)

Massage Punch Card

With our punch card system, you get more services for less! MEMBER PUNCH CARD (6) 30-MIN SESSIONS FOR $150 (6) 60-MIN SESSIONS FOR $276 (6) 90-MIN SESSIONS FOR $375

NON-MEMBER PUNCH CARD (6) 30-MIN SESSIONS FOR $180 (6) 60-MIN SESSIONS FOR $330 (6) 90-MIN SESSIONS FOR $405

MUST SIGN A PUNCH CARD WAIVER PUNCH CARDS ARE GOOD FOR 6 MOS. FROM DATE OF PURCHASE.

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Apply with three easy steps: Visit us online Complete the Keiki Learning Center Enrollment Application available online.

Preschool2 now accepting new student applications!

Their future is bright.

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www.KrocCenterHawaii.org.

Submit information Please mail completed application along with non– refundable $50 application fee to Kroc Keiki Learning Center, 91-3257 Kualaka’i Parkway, Ewa Beach, HI 96706. Make checks payable to The Salvation Army Kroc Center Hawaii. We also accept Visa, Mastercard or American Express. Please call (808) 693–8336. Enrollment is on a first come basis, based on the date your application and deposit are received. You will be notified as openings become available.

Prepare for school Upon enrollment, you will receive an enrollment packet to complete before beginning school. These will include various release forms and Student’s Health Record, form 14 (to be completed by your child’s pediatrician). The Department of Human Services requires us to have information on your child’s last physical exam (within one year of starting school), immunization records and TB clearance.


Tea Time NEW! AT THE KROC

From bridal showers to birthday parties, it's always the right time for a proper tea party. With a variety of teas, lovely sandwiches, and scrumptious desserts, this party will be the talk of all the ladies and gentlemen who attend. Dress up and have a great time.

KROC-N-ROLL NEW!

KARAOKE

PARTY To book private event space, email hikroc.events@usw.salvationarmy.org.

The ultimate

It's time to turn up the jams and sing along at this interactive rockin' party, perfect for all ages. Our swanky game room has a super cool vibe and comes complete with arcade games and a private room for party food. So start practicing because you'll be front-and-center with this great new party option.

The Ultimate

GAME ROOM

PARTY

Your party will have exclusive use of the Game Room, equipped with basketball, football toss, pinball, Skeeball, Mario Cart, multi-game arcade and more! This option is perfect for a chill hangout session with your best friends.

Have the ultimate pool party at Kroc Center Hawaii. You and your best friends will have your own party cabana with access to the Kroc family pool outfitted with 2 giant 2½ story water slides, two lazy rivers, and a family interactive water play area. Swimmers of all ages will have a blast swimming, playing and lounging poolside—even the grown-ups.

Create Your Own

PARTY

We offer endless party ideas! Call us and discuss options using the gym, grass fields, outdoor tents, classrooms, courtyard and more. Full catering and party planning services available. Custom parties will receive custom pricing based on needs.

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Sunday APRIL 1 | TWO SERVICES: 8AM & 10AM

A perfect setting for your special day. With a variety of unique gathering spaces to choose from, we will set the stage to create lasting memories for you and your guests. Whether you are planning a meeting, party, wedding reception or theater performance, we invite you to come and see what Kroc Center Hawaii has to offer.

Weddings Baby Luau Retreats Workshops Reunions Concerts Catering Meetings Receptions Graduations Conferences

Schedule your tour today. Email: hikroc.events@usw.salvationarmy.org.

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91–3257 Kualaka’i Parkway, Ewa Beach, HI 96706 (808) 682–5505 www.KrocCenterHawaii.org

Kroc Center Hawaii: 2018 Spring Program Guide  
Kroc Center Hawaii: 2018 Spring Program Guide