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Embrace Spring PRESCHOOL PG 5 | AGES 2–5 DAY CAMPS PG 5 | AGES 5–12 ART, DANCE & HULA PG 6–11 | AGES 2+ AQUATICS CLASSES PG 12–14 | ALL AGES KROC WORSHIP PG 15–17 | ALL AGES+ HEALTH & WELLNESS PG 18–21 | AGES 13+ ATHLETICS PG 22–24 | AGES 5+ LIFE SKILLS PG 26–27 | AGES 10+

THE SALVATION ARMY RAY AND JOAN KROC CORPS COMMUNITY CENTER

MUSIC PG 28–29 | AGES 7+ HOMESCHOOL PG 30–31 | AGES 7+

2020 SPRING ACTIVITIES W W W. K R O C C E N T E R H AWA I I . O R G

S I G N - U P F O R FA L L C L AS S E S & A C T I V I T I E S O N L I N E T O D AY. | SPRING 2020 |

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Welcome to Kroc Center Hawaii Something for everyone.

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 first-time swimmers to experienced athletes, Kroc Center Hawaii has something for everyone.

• OPERATING HOURS •

• SCHEDULED FACILITY CLOSURES •

MON–THURS: 4:30AM–10PM FRI: 4:30AM–9PM SAT & SUN: 6AM–8PM

JAN 1, NEW YEAR’S DAY: CLOSED APR 12, EASTER SUNDAY: CLOSED, SEE WORSHIP SERVICE HOURS

Hours are subject to change. Please visit the website, www.KrocCenterHawaii.org, for current hours, schedules, and events.

• FACILITY LOCATION • Kroc Center Hawaii is located in West Oahu, just off Kualaka‘i Parkway PUBLISHED BY The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center

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

Schedules, Pricing, and Programming subject to change without notice. 2

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On holidays with reduced hours, check with Member Services Desk for Drop–in Fitness Classes offered and Child Watch hours.


• GUIDING PRINCIPLES • 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. • VISION • Kroc Center Hawaii is a community center where families, individuals and relationships thrive–all in the name of Jesus.

Facility Features

Competition Lap Pool

Child Watch Center

Group Fitness Classes

Family Pool with Water Slides

Health & Wellness Center Worship & Performing Arts Center

Banquet/Conference Center Preschool

Outdoor Activity Fields

Game Room

State-of-the-Art Fitness Equipment

Art Studio Dormitories

Multi-Use Gymnasium

• CLASS REGISTRATION •

CLASS CANCELLATIONS •

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

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.

1. You can sign-up and pay for most Kroc classes online. Visit www.krocsales.org/#/hawaii. Athletics, Kroc Dance Academy, and some specialty classes are not online and require sign-up in-person at the Member Services Desk. 2. Or, 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.

* Processing fee for day camp is $25.

• ON THE WEB •

FOLLOW US for current happenings.

TWEET US! twitter.com/ kroccenterhawaii

CHECK OUT PHOTOS! instagram.com/ kroccenterhawaii

Find membership rates and details online at www.kroccenterhawaii.org.

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

• GENERAL FACILITY & AQUATICS • (INCLUDING OPEN SWIM)

• FITNESS AREA •

(INCLUDING GROUP FITNESS CLASSES)

Children ages 11 and younger must have an adult (18+) present.

Children ages 12 and younger not permitted.

Children ages 12 & up may attend a structured program without an adult.

Children ages 13–15 are permitted with an adult (18+) present after completing teen orientation. Children ages 16+ permitted without adult supervision.

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 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. • Salvation Army personnel undergo criminal background checks. • 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. • Programs involving children are closely monitored to ensure adequate supervision and safe interactions between Kroc personnel and children. 4

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• 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. • Kroc Center Hawaii constantly adapts and enhances safety protocols to adjust to needs. Members and guests are encouraged to report suspicious behavior. Forms for anonymous reporting, called Confidential Notices of Concern, are available at the Member Services 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.


KROC KEIKI LEARNING CENTER

Expanding young minds and kind hearts. The Salvation Army Kroc Keiki Learning Center is a licensed group care center for children ages 2–6. Contact us to learn about enrollment. We are looking forward to working with you and your family for the best learning experience possible.

www.KrocCenterHawaii.org KKLC@kroccenterhawaii.org (808) 693-8336

Tours available. Download brochure online for details, pricing and policies.

SAVE THE DATE FOR SPRING BREAK CAMP, MARCH 16–20 Visit member services desk for more information. (808) 693-8390 | daycamp@kroccenterhawaii.org

Camp Kroc is where the adventure starts! If you want a great mix of fun and activities, this is the camp for you! This not-so-basic week-long day camp provides the ultimate all-around camp experience. Kids will never get bored with endless activities from swimming, games, crafts, weekly field trips and so much more!

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Fine and Performing Arts

DANCE + HULA + VISUAL ARTS

10% OFF FOR MEMBERS

Kroc Dance Academy Our award winning Kroc Dance Academy is perfect for beginning or experienced dancers. For more information and to find out which track is best for you or your child, please email programs@kroccenterhawaii.org. All Kroc Dance Academy class registration must be done in person at our Member Services Desk. Uniform requirements will be emailed upon receipt of class payment and registration.

| MEET OUR DANCE INSTRUCTORS | Alecia Hardt

Ms. Alecia graduated from The University of South Carolina-Aiken with a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science. She began her classical training at the age of 6 and has over 36 years of dance experience in multiple genres. Ms. Alecia has been teaching for over 25 years and has developed an extensive syllabus by which Recreational and Pre-Professional students learn. She brings with her extensive repertoire and a true heart for service to her West Oahu community.

Carolyn Nixon

Ms. Carolyn began her dance training in New Jersey as a young child, training in ballet, tap, jazz, and modern, and earned her BA in Dance from Rutgers University. She has performed throughout the tri-state area and has over ten years of teaching experience ranging from toddler to adult, and beginner to advanced.

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Bridget Allen

After an impressive career as a professional dancer, Ms. Bridget began teaching classical ballet and pointe in 2007. She got her start in Charleston, South Carolina by heading up the ballet department of top competition studio Dance Explosion for seven years. Since then, she’s gone on to teach for The Charleston Ballet Center for Dance Education, Ballet Academy of Charleston, The Dance Center of Old Lyme, Impact Dance Hawaii, and now Kroc Dance Academy. A student of the Vaganova method, Ms. Bridget has been dancing professionally since the age of 16 and is happy to have found her dance home at the Kroc Center.

Tatiana Johnson

Miss Tatiana began her dance career at 3 years old, leading her to develop a love and passion for the art form. She has been dancing for 15 years and loves being a mentor to younger dancers. Tatiana is an award-winning dancer and former program aide for Kroc Dance Academy. She is a homeschooler and a teacher’s aide for various homeschool groups. Tatiana is dual enrolled as a college student and high school senior who plans to major in Studio Art and Dance.


The Arts Pre-Professional: A dance track carefully designed for those wishing to pursue a higher performance level. Placement is required. Recreational Dance: Rec dance classes meet once a week and allow new dancers to explore different genres on a casual basis.

NEW REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY ONLY. Baby Ballerinas

CAROLYN NIXON & TATIANA JOHNSON, OHIA CLASSROOM This is a wonderful opportunity for children to explore creative movement and the foundations of musicality. With an emphasis on motor planning and foundational ballet technique, children will be engaged with fun activities that will prepare them for more advanced classes. Parents may join at instructor requests. Min. 8; Max. 15 AGES 3–4 | $55 PER MONTH CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2145

SATURDAYS, JAN 4–25

9–9:45AM

1AC2146

SATURDAYS, JAN 4–25

11:45AM–12:30PM

1AC2147

SATURDAYS, JAN 4–25

12:30–1:15PM

1AC2148

SATURDAYS, FEB 1–22

9–9:45AM

1AC2149

SATURDAYS, FEB 1–22

11:45AM–12:30PM

1AC2150

SATURDAYS, FEB 1–22

12:30–1:15PM

1AC2151

SATURDAYS, FEB 29–MAR 28

9–9:45AM

1AC2152

SATURDAYS, FEB 29–MAR 28

11:45AM–12:30PM

1AC2153

SATURDAYS, FEB 29–MAR 28

12:30–1:15PM

1AC2154

SATURDAYS, APR 4–25

9–9:45AM

1AC2155

SATURDAYS, APR 4–25

11:45AM–12:30PM

1AC2156

SATURDAYS, APR 4–25

12:30–1:15PM

*NO CLASS DURING MARCH 16–21 (SPRING BREAK) OR ON SATURDAY, APR 11 (EASTER WEEKEND)

You & Me Plie and Play

Intro to Ballet

CAROLYN NIXON & TATIANA JOHNSON, OHIA CLASSROOM Students will learn the basics of ballet at an accelerated pace, appropriate for older students. This offers a syllabus-based instruction that will allow dancers to continue on with either a recreational track or switch to the pre-professional program. Dancers will learn ballet stories, French terminology, and safe dance practices with emphasis on precision, discipline and control. They will learn kinesiological terms and the application of physics in ballet. Min. 8; Max. 15 AGES 6+ | $55 PER MONTH CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2161

SATURDAYS, JAN 4–25

9:45–10:30AM

1AC2162

SATURDAYS, FEB 1–22

9:45–10:30AM

1AC2163

SATURDAYS, FEB 29–MAR 28

9:45–10:30AM

1AC2164

SATURDAYS, APR 4–25

9:45–10:30AM

*NO CLASS DURING MARCH 16–21 (SPRING BREAK)OR ON SATURDAY, APR 11 (EASTER WEEKEND)

Budding Ballerinas and Ballerinos

TATIANA JOHNSON, CAROLYN NIXON & BRIDGET ALLEN, OHIA CLASSROOM Budding Ballerinas is the first level of Ballet and offers a syllabus-based instruction that will allow dancers to continue with the recreational track or switch to the pre-professional program. Dancers will learn ballet stories, French terminology, safe dance practices and will have fun. This class is taught with lively expression and keeps little bodies moving the entire time. It fosters fun and learning. Pairs well with Tap/Jazz 1. Min. 8; Max. 15 AGES 5–7 | $55 PER MONTH CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2165

TUESDAYS, JAN 7–28

4:30–5:15PM

1AC2166

TUESDAYS, JAN 7–28

6–6:45PM

1AC2167

THURSDAYS, JAN 9–30

3:45–4:30PM 4:30–5:15PM

1AC2168

TUESDAYS, FEB 4–25

This class focuses on developing gross motor skill and the motor planning needed for future dance classes. It encourages children to explore a structured environment of song and dance, with the comfort of a caregiver nearby. Min. 8; Max. 15

1AC2169

TUESDAYS, FEB 4–25

6–6:45PM

1AC2170

THURSDAYS, FEB 6–27

3:45–4:30PM

1AC2171

TUESDAYS, MAR 3–31

4:30–5:15PM

1AC2172

TUESDAYS, MAR 3–31

6–6:45PM

AGES 2–3 | $55 PER MONTH

1AC2173

THURSDAYS, MAR 5–26

3:45–4:30PM

CAROLYN NIXON & TATIANA JOHNSON, OHIA CLASSROOM

1AC2174

THURSDAYS, APR 2–30

3:45–4:30PM

1AC2175

TUESDAYS, APR 7–28

4:30–5:15PM

1AC2176

TUESDAYS, APR 7–28

6–6:45PM

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DATES

TIME

1AC2157

SATURDAYS, JAN 4–25

10:45–11:30AM

1AC2158

SATURDAYS, FEB 1–22

10:45–11:30AM

1AC2159

SATURDAYS, FEB 29–MAR 28

10:45–11:30AM

*NO CLASS DURING MARCH 16–21 (SPRING BREAK) OR ON THURSDAY, MAR 26

1AC2160

SATURDAYS, APR 4–25

10:45–11:30AM

(PRINCE KUHIO DAY)

*NO CLASS DURING MARCH 16–21 (SPRING BREAK) OR ON SATURDAY, APR 11 (EASTER WEEKEND)

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The Arts Tap/Jazz 1

Tap & Ballet Buddies

Tap/Jazz 1 is an exploratory class perfect for an active child's first experience with dance. It covers the fundamentals of both classical jazz and tap, teaching students rhythm, syncopation, and safe stretching and leaping techniques. Music is all upbeat and lively and students can expect to move the entire class time! Please note that both tap shoes and jazz shoes are required. Pairs well with Budding Ballerina and Ballerinos. Min. 8; Max. 15

Join us for a fun exploration into both tap and ballet. Students will learn the basics of both with emphasis on building confidence at new tasks and having fun! Min. 8; Max. 15

TATIANA JOHNSON, OHIA CLASSROOM

ALECIA HARDT & CAROLYN NIXON, OHIA CLASSROOM

AGES 5–7 | $55 PER MONTH CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2177

TUESDAYS, JAN 7–28

3:45–4:30PM

1AC2178

TUESDAYS, FEB 4–25

3:45–4:30PM

1AC2179

TUESDAYS, MAR 3–31

3:45–4:30PM

1AC2180

TUESDAYS, APR 7–28

3:45–4:30PM

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2189

FRIDAYS, JAN 10–31

3:45–4:30PM

1AC2190

FRIDAYS, FEB 7–28

3:45–4:30PM

1AC2191

FRIDAYS, MAR 6–27

3:45–4:30PM

1AC2192

FRIDAYS, APR 3–24

3:45–4:30PM

*NO CLASS DURING MARCH 16–21 (SPRING BREAK) OR ON FRIDAY, APR 10 (GOOD FRIDAY)

Modern Dance Fusion

CAROLYN NIXON, OHIA CLASSROOM

*NO CLASS DURING MARCH 16–21 (SPRING BREAK)

Beginner Tap 1/ Tap 2

CAROLYN WALSH, OHIA CLASSROOM This introductory tap focuses on classic tap and beginning rhythm tap. It is a lively and upbeat class suitable for those with little to no experience. Students will come away with a foundation that can carry them into advanced tap and beyond. Min. 8; Max. 20 AGES 5–12 | $55/MONTH CLASS #

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TIME

Modern dance fusion explores concepts of ballet, jazz, and pedestrian movement to create unique dance combinations. Pioneers of modern dance such as Martha Graham and Alvin Ailey are introduced and studied along with current modern dance innovators. You will learn to move your body in new, interesting ways and explore your own creativity! Min. 8; Max. 15 AGES 6+ | $55 PER MONTH CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2193

TUESDAYS, JAN 7–28

6:45–7:30PM

1AC2181

MONDAYS, JAN 6–27

4:30–5:15PM

1AC2194

TUESDAYS, FEB 4–25

6:45–7:30PM

1AC2182

MONDAYS, FEB 3–24

4:15–5:15PM

1AC2195

TUESDAYS, MAR 3–31

6:45–7:30PM

1AC2183

MONDAYS, MAR 2–30

4:15–5:15PM

1AC2196

TUESDAYS, APR 7–28

6:45–7:30PM

1AC2184

MONDAYS, APR 6–27

4:15–5:15PM

*NO CLASS ON MONDAY, FEB 17 (PRESIDENT’S DAY) OR DURING MARCH 16–21 (SPRING BREAK)

Intermediate Tap 2/3

ALECIA HARDT, OHIA CLASSROOM This class will explore the intricate sound production of classic and rhythmic tap. There is a heavy concentration on developing speed and ankle strength. Students will work to improve musicality and learn how to have an ear for all types of music. It is fast paced and loud! Tap shoes are required. Requires teacher approval. Min. 8; Max. 15 AGES 9+ | $55 PER MONTH CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2185

WEDNESDAYS, JAN 8–29

5–5:45PM

1AC2186

WEDNESDAYS, FEB 5–26

5–5:45PM

1AC2187

WEDNESDAYS, MAR 4–25

5–5:45PM

1AC2188

WEDNESDAYS, APR 1–29

5–5:45PM

*NO CLASS DURING MARCH 16–21 (SPRING BREAK).

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AGES 4–6 | $55 PER MONTH

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* NO CLASS DURING MARCH 16–21 (SPRING BREAK).


The Arts Ha’a Hula Ha’a Hula welcomes all dancers! Brand new to the art of Hula? No problem, come and learn the basic skills, a few songs and join our hula ‘ohana. Experienced dancers will enjoy learning beautiful choreography to new songs! Dancers will participate in a Ho’ike at the end of the spring season.

• MEET OUR HULA INSTRUCTORS • Tammy Ipolani Silva

Kumu Hula of Hālau Ke'ala O Ka 'Iliahi, Kumu Tammy comes to us with 25 years of teaching experience. Her Hālau extends from Honolulu to Japan and she also serves as Kumu Hula at Germaine’s Luau and Disney’s Aulani Resort. Kumu Tammy delights in sharing her passion for hula by also leading the Hula Ministry Team at The Salvation Army’s Kroc Church.

Makana Kuahiwinui

Kumu Makana began hula under her mother, Ku`umomi Kuahiwinui as a toddler. She has been sharing her love and passion for hula, mele and `olelo Hawai`i as a kumu for 10 years with her mom and their halau, Na Pua o Keko`olani, and also in public and private schools and various programs here in our Kapolei Community. Kumu Makana has experience working with haumana (students) ages 5-75 years old and hopes to inspire others to preserve and perpetuate Hawai`i’s culture and traditions.

Evette Hauschel

A native from the Island of O’ahu, Kumu Evette enjoys sharing her passion for hula with anyone who desires to learn. She has had the opportunity to choreograph and instruct for churches, schools and hula clubs for many years. Kumu Evette has successfully taught hula to various age groups over the years. Her ability to combine the culture of Hawaiian dance and her love for Jesus makes her an incredible asset to the Ha’a Hula Instructor Staff.

Erika Balag

Kumu Erika has been dancing hula for most of her life. She has been part of the Kapolei community for 20 years and delights in serving all keiki of Hawaii. She has dedicated her life to working with children, with a focus on children with special needs, through our DOE system. Her colleagues describe her as passionate, patient, dedicated, reliable and engaging. Kumu Erika looks forward to connecting with students and helping them to succeed.

Moanike'ala Fiafia Silva

A life-long student of Polynesian Dance with Hula being her forte, she serves as Alaka'i to Kumu Tammy Silva and is currently studying Hula under Kumu Hula Chinky Mahoe. In addition to being, a professional dancer in Polynesian shows throughout the island of O'ahu, she competes in the Annual Merrie Monarch Hula Festival in Hilo.

Kupukupu

MAKANA KUAHIWINUI, EVETTE HAUSCHEL, ERIKA BALAG, WPAC – LARGE ENSEMBLE ROOM All children ages 5 through 8 years old are welcome to dance and learn the hula in this Beginner Level class. Min. 8; Max. 20 AGES 5+ | $100 | 20 CLASSES CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2197

MON/WED, JAN 13–MAR 30

4:30–6PM

*NO CLASS ON MONDAY, FEB 17 (PRESIDENT’S DAY) OR DURING MARCH 16–21 (SPRING BREAK)

Laua’e

MOANIKE’ALA FIAFIA SILVA, WPAC- LARGE ENSEMBLE ROOM The Laua’e hula class is designed for students who are beginner to intermediate level, can easily put hand and feet motions together, can learn dances well, and can perform more difficult motions. Min. 8; Max. 20 AGES 9+ | $100 | 20 CLASSES CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2198

TUE/THU, JAN 14–MAR 26

3:30–5PM

*NO CLASS DURING MARCH 16–21 (SPRING BREAK) OR ON THURSDAY, MAR 26 (PRINCE KUHIO DAY)

Makua

TAMMY IPOLANI SILVA, WPAC- LARGE ENSEMBLE ROOM Learn basic hula in our beginner classes. While each class is different, we will focus primarily on footwork, then hand motions, and then begin to integrate hands with feet in a basic hula. Come prepared to learn, fellowship, and have fun! Min. 8; Max. 20 AGES 18+ | $100 | 20 CLASSES CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2199

MON/WED, JAN 13–MAR 30

6:30–8PM

*NO CLASS ON MONDAY, FEB 17 (PRESIDENT’S DAY) OR DURING MARCH 16–21 (SPRING BREAK)

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The Arts Visual Arts | ART INSTRUCTORS | 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 Chinatown, 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.

David Tirado

David Tirado received his M.F.A. from the Academy of Art University in 2009 and his B.A. from San Francisco State University in Fine Art in 1996. He has traveled and lived abroad to study painting in Guanajuato Mexico at the Bellas Artes in San Miguel de Allende and considers his experiences traveling as influential to his artistic development. David’s paintings are influenced by natural phenomenons that challenge our existence and connection within ourselves and with others, with a goal to create a presence in his work by using line, texture and color that help encourage a bold and engaging aesthetic. His painting process deals with being true to the moment while painting. David considers his materials and environment to help spark inspiration, which ultimately influences his emotional experience. This experience enhances his visual aesthetic and challenges him to stay in the present and connected with his creative self. Sharing his love for the creative process through teaching has always been his passion. David has tutored and taught painting to youths, adults and at the university level for the past ten years.

Art Exploration

DAVID TIRADO, ART STUDIO This is a perfect class to get children excited about art! Students have fun learning the basic techniques of various art media including drawing, painting, sculpture in clay, and much more. The instructor creates a lesson plan that is new and different each session, so students may enjoy this class again and again! Min. 8; Max. 15 AGES 5–10 | $120 | 8 SESSIONS | SUPPLIES INCLUDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2200

SATURDAYS, JAN 18–MAR 7

9–10AM

Introduction to Drawing and Painting NICK DAGDAG, ART STUDIO

Students will explore and develop drawing and painting skills through various demonstrations and studio exercises. Through experimenting with style, technique, and drawing media, students will increase their artistic confidence, ability to translate life into 2-dimensional image, and understanding of the “looking” vs. “seeing” concept. Students will utilize charcoal, 2b, 4b, 6b pencils, acrylic paints, and more to create amazing artworks. Come join the fun and share your fit of art! Min. 6; Max. 15 AGES 16+ | $160 | 8 SESSIONS | SUPPLIES NOT INCLUDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2201

THURSDAYS, JAN 23–MAR 12

3:30–5:30PM

for a season onsters Art Club Join our Messy M tion is parent participa Th n. fu e tiv ea cr full of art month to work on class meets each es! y other fun activiti projects and enjo Min. 6; Max. 18

4 Sessions #1AC21200 Ages 3–5 $25 includes all (4) months g $20 for returnin club members

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ACTIVITY DAYS

| 4–5PM MONDAY, JAN 6 | 4–5PM MONDAY, FEB 3 | 4–5PM MONDAY, MAR 2 | 4–5PM MONDAY, APR 6 SCOUNT *10% MEMBER DI Y. DOES NOT APPL


The Arts Mastering Canvas Experience I & II

Paint and Pop for Adults

Master the Elements of Art on canvas! Study art processes through mixing medium such as acrylics, enamel, pens, and more. Apply composition, designs, repetition, activation of edges, and other principles of art. Min. 6; Max. 15

A perfect way to spend quality time with family and friends. Gather together for a time of fellowship, fun and creativity. Step-by-step instruction will allow you to relax and enjoy a refreshment and the creative process. Min.6; Max. 16

AGES 10–18 | $115 | 6 SESSIONS | SUPPLIES INCLUDED

AGES 18+ | $25 | SUPPLIES INCLUDED

NICK DAGDAG, ART STUDIO

NICK DAGDAG, ART STUDIO

Experience I CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2202

TUESDAYS, JAN 7–FEB 11

4:30–6:00PM

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2203

TUESDAYS, FEB 18–MAR 31

4:30–6:00PM

Experience II

*NO CLASS MARCH 16–21 (SPRING BREAK)

Oil Painting

DAVID TIRADO, ART STUDIO Beginning or experienced artists are welcome! Come and learn or brush up on foundational basic techniques in drawing and oil painting. Projects are geared around a common theme. Min. 8; Max. 15 AGES 15+ | $120 | 8 SESSIONS | SUPPLIES NOT INCLUDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2204

SATURDAYS, JAN 18–MAR 7

10:45AM–12:15PM

Kids Paint and Pop

NICK DAGDAG, ART STUDIO Create a piece of artwork in just one sitting! Step-by-step instruction will allow you to relax and enjoy a refreshment and the creative process. Invite some friends to spend the afternoon together. Min.6; Max. 16

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2209

SATURDAY, JAN 18

5–7:30PM

1AC2210

SATURDAY, FEB 22

5–7:30PM

1AC2211

SATURDAY, MAR 28

5–7:30PM

Slime-Tastic

NICK DAGDAG, ART STUDIO Come join us for a slime-tastic time making fluffy soft slime with cool textures, fun colors, and more! Bring a friend and sign up together for this awesome time to fellowship and get slimy together. See you in the slime room! Min. 8; Max. 15 AGES 7+| $25 | SUPPLIES INCLUDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2212

SATURDAY, JAN 18

3:30–4:30PM

Watercolor Painting

DAVID TIRADO, ART STUDIO Beginning or experienced artists are welcome! Come and learn or brush up on foundational basic techniques in drawing and oil painting. Projects are geared around a common theme. Min. 8; Max. 15 AGES 15 + |$120 | 8 SESSIONS | SUPPLIES NOT INCLUDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2213

SATURDAYS, JAN 18–MAR 7

1–2:30PM

AGES 6–10 | $25 | SUPPLIES INCLUDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AC2205

MONDAY, JAN 13

4–5:30PM

1AC2206

MONDAY, JAN 27

4–5:30PM

1AC2207

MONDAY, FEB 10

4–5:30PM

1AC2208

MONDAY, FEB 24

4–5:30PM

Take time to unwind. MON–FRI: 8AM–6PM SAT & SUN: 9AM–6PM

Espresso, Wraps, Sandwiches, Salads, Acai & More

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Aquatics

Swim Lesson Registration

LESSONS + COMPETITION + CERTIFICATION

10% OFF FOR MEMBERS

• HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT PROGRAM • 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 can 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 6–10: 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. If necessary, parents will be advised which class is best after our initial assessment on the first day of class. WITHDRAWALS: Lesson cancellations should be done at least one week prior to the first day off class to be eligible for a refund. A $25 processing fee will be assessed for each class refund. MISSED LESSONS: There will be no makeups for missed or cancelled lessons.

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Aquatics Learn-to-Swim Program Registration deadline is three days prior to the first day of each session. There is no sibling discount for aquatic programs.

Pre-School Swim

KROC SWIM INSTRUCTORS, LEISURE POOL Participants will learn pre-beginner swimming skills, such as blowing bubbles and floating. We will also introduce freestyle in preparation for advanced level swimming classes. Participants should be willing to enter the water from the pool edge, hold onto the poolside without support, and be able to follow simple instructions. Min. 4; Max. 10 AGES 3–6 | $80 | 8 CLASSES PER SESSION CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AQ3002

SATURDAYS, FEB 15–APR 4

11–11:30AM

1AQ3003

SUNDAYS, FEB 16–APR 5

11–11:30AM

Level 1 Introduction to Water Skills KROC SWIM INSTRUCTORS, LEISURE POOL

For first time swimmers to be introduced to basic water skills in a playto-learn 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

Level 2 Fundamental Aquatic Skills KROC SWIM INSTRUCTORS, LEISURE POOL

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. Children should be able to float on front and back with limited support. Min. 4; Max. 12 AGES 6–12 | $140 | 8 CLASSES PER SESSION CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AQ3006

SATURDAYS, FEB 15–APR 4

10–10:45AM

1AQ3007

SUNDAYS, FEB 16–APR 5

10–10:45AM

Level 3 Stroke Development

KROC SWIM INSTRUCTORS, LEISURE POOL This class builds on fundamental swimming skills and introduces basic swimming strokes. Children must be able to push off wall in a prone position and swim three body lengths without support using any arm stroke, and back float without support for 10 seconds. Min. 4; Max. 12 AGES 6–12 | $140 | 8 CLASSES CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AQ3008

SATURDAYS, FEB 15–APR 4

11:45AM–12:30PM

1AQ3009

SUNDAYS, FEB 16–APR 5

11:45AM–12:30PM

AGES 6–12 | $140 | 8 CLASSES PER SESSION CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AQ3004

SATURDAYS, FEB 15–APR 4

9–9:45AM

1AQ3005

SUNDAYS, FEB 16–APR 5

9–9:45AM

Weekday Private Lessons

Private Swim Lessons include six (6), 45-minute sessions, depending on the participant’s swim level and ability. To register for Private Swim Lessons, please email the Aquatics Office at programs@ kroccenterhawaii.org to secure a time slot. Email will be checked daily and will be answered in the order they are received. Lessons are subject to instructor’s availability.

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Aquatics Kroc Swim Team

Rapids Swim Team

HEAD COACH KELSIE ANDREW, COMPETITION POOL

Swim try-outs are required to join our Adult Stroke and Fitness class and ALL SWIM TEAMS (Guppies, Riptides, and Rapids). Please email programs@kroccenterhawaii.org to schedule your try-out.

Upon initial registration, swim team members will be required to register for automatic monthly payments to be withdrawn on or around the 20th of each month.

Adult Stroke and Fitness

COACH LISA HAUPTMAN, COMPETITION POOL This non-competitive team-like class is designed for adults with basic swim skills and can swim at least 25 yards. It will introduce swimming as a regular form of exercise. Expect to swim laps with the team as you build your endurance and improve your technique! Min. 4; Max. 10 AGES 18+ | $50 MONTH | $10 SINGLE DAY CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AQ3012

TUE/THU, JAN 7–30

5–6PM

1AQ3013

TUE/THU, FEB 4–27

5–6PM

1AQ3014

TUE/THU, MAR 3–31

5–6PM

1AQ3015

TUE/THU, APR 2–30

5–6PM

*NO CLASS ON THURSDAY, MAR 26 (PRINCE KUHIO DAY)

Guppies Swim Team

COACH JANE GOMEZ & COACH LISA HAUPTMAN, COMPETITION POOL Welcome to the Kroc Swim Team! Swimmers will learn training etiquette and how to work and play as a team. The focus for this group is to build swimming endurance and discipline. Swimmers must be able to pass the Kroc Aquatics Center Swim Test and swim 25 yards. Min. 6; Max. 30 AGES 6+ | $50/MONTH | $10/SINGLE DAY CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AQ3016

TUE/THU, JAN 7–30

4–5PM 4–5PM

1AQ3017

TUE/THU, FEB 4–27

1AQ3018

TUE/THU, MAR 3–31

4–5PM

1AQ3019

TUE/THU, APR 2–30

4–5PM

*NO CLASS ON THURSDAY, MAR 26 (PRINCE KUHIO DAY)

Riptides Swim Team

COACH JANE GOMEZ & COACH TORI MCCANN, COMPETITION POOL A 60-minute swimming workout for young Olympians at heart. Riptides Swim Team incorporates stroke drills, kicking sets, distance sets, relay technique, sprints, and race starts. Primary focus is on freestyle, but all strokes are utilized. Training is 3x a week. Min. 8; Max. 30 ALL AGES | ELIGIBILITY BASED ON TRY OUT | $75 MONTH $10 SINGLE DAY

Try out for the Kroc Rapids Swim Team! Learn fundamental to advanced competitive swimming skills and compete in sanctioned USA–Swimming meets with our parent swim club, Hawaii Swim Club. Min. 8; Max. 30 ALL AGES | $95 MONTH | $10 SINGLE DAY| +$65 REQUIRED USA SWIMMING REGISTRATION FEE CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AQ3024

MON–FRI, JAN 6–31

5–6:30PM 5–6:30PM

1AQ3025

MON–FRI, FEB 3–28

1AQ3026

MON–FRI, MAR 2–31

5–6:30PM

1AQ3027

MON–FRI, APR 1–30

5–6:30PM

*NO CLASS ON MONDAY, JAN 20 (MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY); MONDAY, FEB 17 (PRESIDENT’S DAY); THURSDAY, MAR 26 (PRINCE KUHIO DAY); AND FRIDAY, APR 10 (GOOD FRIDAY).

Certification Classes Please email our office at RickieRyan.Tan@usw.salvationarmy.org to be added to the participant list or for more information. Waitlist programs will commence once we have enough participants that are interested to take the class. No member discounts on certification classes.

Lifeguard Training: American Red Cross Certification KROC LIFEGUARD 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. 6; Max. 20 • PART – I: Participants will be given 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. Dates and times are to be determined. AGES 15+ | 6 CLASSES; WEEKNIGHTS AND/OR WEEKENDS PRICE $130 (INCLUDES CERTIFICATION AND FACILITY COSTS). NO ADDITIONAL DISCOUNTS

Community First Aid & CPR Course: American Red Cross Certification KROC LIFEGUARD INSTRUCTOR, AQUATIC CENTER

DATES

TIME

1AQ3020

MON/WED/FRI, JAN 6–31

4–5PM

1AQ3021

MON/WED/FRI, FEB 3–28

4–5PM

1AQ3022

MON/WED/FRI, MAR 2–30

4–5PM

Participants will learn necessary skills to attend to first aid and CPR emergencies. Upon successfully passing all requirements, participants will earn certificates in First Aid, CPR, and AED. Class will be in two parts with an online portion, followed by an in-class skill session. Min. 6; Max. 20

1AQ3023

MON/WED/FRI, APR 1–29

4–5PM

AGES 12+ | 5 CLASSES

CLASS #

*NO CLASS ON MONDAY, JAN. 20 (MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY); MONDAY, FEB. 17 (PRESIDENT’S DAY); AND FRIDAY, APR. 10 (GOOD FRIDAY).

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PRICE $90 (INCLUDES CERTIFICATION AND FACILITY COSTS) NO ADDITIONAL DISCOUNTS


Worship

WORSHIP + YOUTH GROUPS + COMMUNITY

Join us on Sundays: 8am & 10am CHILDREN'S MINISTRY AVAILABLE.

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.

MINISTRY DEPARTMENT (808) 693–8318

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.

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Worship 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.

Women’s Ministries Ages 18+, Women Only. Call (808) 693–8318 for meeting schedule.

April 12 | 8am & 10am Join us for Easter service. Everyone welcome.

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.

• 8AM SUNDAY SERVICE • Ages 6 mos to 6th grade CHILD WATCH CLASSROOM

Kids will enjoy Bible stories, games and creative play while you enjoy our Sunday Worship Service.

• 10AM SUNDAY SERVICE • Nursery, Ages 6mos—2yrs

Join us for | MEN’S MINISTRY | | PARENTING CLASSES | | MARRIAGE CLASSES | | DIVORCECARE MINISTRY | | HULA MINISTRY AND MUCH MORE! | For more info email ministry@kroccenterhawaii.org 16 | SPRING 2020 |

CHILD WATCH CLASSROOM

Bring your child to the nursery to be cared for while you enjoy our Sunday Worship Service.

3 yrs–Kindergarten PIKAKE CLASSROOM

Discover God’s word in our preschool class each week through Bible stories, songs, games, creative play and activities.

1st Grade–6th Grade

HIBISCUS/ILIMA CLASSROOM 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!


Worship Wednesday Club

All Wednesday Clubs

Come join in on the Wednesday Club fun! Boys and girls from kindergarten (must be age 5 by 7/31/19) through 12th grade (age 17) can participate. Students will enjoy being a member of a troop, an age specific, character building class where they earn emblems and learn new skills. In this program they will participate in troops, have an elective class, and be served dinner! SPACE IS LIMITED SO REGISTER TODAY! PLEASE SEE THE MEMBERSHIP SERVICES FRONT DESK TO REGISTER.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19–APRIL 22, 3:30–6:30PM * NO CLASS ON MARCH 18 (SPRING BREAK)

Mandatory Informational Meeting WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 6–6:30PM

Wednesday Club Banquet WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 6–8PM

$10 FOR REGISTRATION | $10 FOR SASH (RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED)

A time of celebration for the kids to show off what they’ve learned! Join us for a banquet night that showcases their troop and the new things they’ve learned. Free. Invite your family and friends.

Moonbeams

Girl Guards

KINDERGARTEN–AGES 5 & 6 (MUST BE 5 BY 7/31/19)

GRADE: 6–12, GIRLS ONLY

Sunbeams

Adventure Corps Explorers and Rangers

GRADE: 1–5, GIRLS ONLY

GRADES: 1–5, 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.

This program gives girls the opportunity to build a solid life foundation through Christian fellowship and educational programs. Learn important truths and life skills.

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

This scouting program gives boys the chance to take part in a variety of exciting activities while working on emblems. Weekly activities help educate and build character. GRADES: 6–12, RANGERS, BOYS ONLY

Inspire for a lifetime. VOLUNTEER YOUR TIME AT KROC CENTER HAWAII. The Salvation Army Kroc Center Hawaii has many rewarding volunteer opportunities for you to choose from. Take a look: Aloha Desk Greeting, Landscaping assistance, Sports Coaching, Art classes, Ministry, Special Events, Special Projects and so much more! For more information, email volunteer@ kroccenterhawaii.org or call (808) 693-8318.

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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 Health & Wellness Management. Personal Training services are also available for a fee. Proper workout attire and athletic shoes are required (no jeans, midriffs, or open-toed footwear). No torsos can be exposed. 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. Patrons are asked to adhere to a 30-minute time limit for each piece of cardiovascular equipment when people are waiting. 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). Collars on weight bars are mandatory at all times.

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H&W DEPARTMENT (808) 693–8364 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. All personal belongings should be stored in secured lockers. Cell phone usage is not allowed on the gym floor. Misuse of equipment may result in immediate expulsion from facility. 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.


Health & Wellness Health & Wellness Fitness Orientations New Member Orientation (NMO) HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER

Designed for new members and those who are new to strength training, we cover the basics to ensure that you know how to use select strength and cardiovascular machines in a safe manner. Due to limited space, advance sign-up is required, 24 hours in advance. Min 1; Max 6 AGE: 13–15 MUST COMPLETE NMO BEFORE USING H&W FACILITY.

Meet the Trainers Oxana Balakina

Oxana was born and raised in Russia and holds multiple personal trainer certifications. From bodybuilding to sports training for the military to running races in her personal time, Oxana has a world of experiences that she can’t wait to share with others. She believes it’s an incredible honor to be a part of someone’s decision to grow, improve, and better their lives, and would love to be a part of your fitness journey as well!

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.

Anna Kemp

As a licensed massage therapist and NASM certified personal trainer, Anna is a familiar face to the Kroc ohana. From massage therapist to group exercise instructor, she has now also taken on the role of a personal trainer. Teaching people the proper techniques and then watching them succeed is an incredible feeling for her, and she is excited to continue doing that here at the Kroc.

Carla Myers

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!

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

TIME

SATURDAYS

3–4:30PM

TUESDAYS

10–11:30AM

WEDNESDAYS

7–8:30PM

THURSDAYS

1-2:30PM

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.

Frederick Smith

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.

Sheldon Victorine

While serving for 8 years in the Navy, Sheldon has experimented with various forms of physical training from CrossFit and HIIT to weightlifting and yoga. All of these he uses to hone his skills as a coach and personal trainer. He holds dual certifications in strength & conditioning and sports nutrition, and is currently working on his Master’s in sports medicine. He aims to serve and educate all to achieve better versions of themselves.

Geraldine Zapanta

Coming to us all the way from London, Geraldine is a wife, mother, and a fitness and wellness enthusiast. As a NASM certified personal trainer, she enjoys helping people crush their goals and elevate their lives, whether it be reaching a weight-loss milestone, improving endurance, preparing for a sport, or discovering your own physical strength. Geraldine will offer you a balanced approach to your fitness journey.

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Health & Wellness Individual 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.

Training Sessions

SESSIONS ARE 50 MINUTES EACH.

Single Session (1 client/1 trainer)

$65

Partner Session (2 clients/1 trainer)

$90

Small Group Training – Monthly Package

One-on-one Monthly Packages

Members only. 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

Members only. These sessions will consist of two clients and one trainer for a duration of 50 minutes. Sign up with a friend and save! Monthly package prices are per person.

$160

2 sessions per week

$313

3 sessions per week

$444

1 session per week

$100

2 sessions per week

$184

3 sessions per week

$252

Private Group Boot Camp

Partner Monthly Packages

1 session per week

Take your fitness to the next level in a fun, small group environment, with your friends or family. Groups can be from 3-6 people. Monthly package prices are per person. Members Only.

The only training option available to both members and non-members! Boot Camp packages consist of 18 workouts over a 6-week cycle of 3 workouts per week, with a duration of 50 minutes each. Group can be from 5–10 people. Prices are per person. Non-member price also includes full use of Kroc Center facilities during the entire 6-week cycle. Min. 5; Max. 10 18 SESSIONS. ALL AGES WELCOME!

Member Price

$320

Non-Member Price

$430

Massage Therapy Now offering therapeutic massage services! Relax and unwind while our professional massage therapists work away your aches and pains. Our therapists address any problem areas and tailor a massage of multiple modalities just for you. Call (808) 693-8335. Schedule your appointment today!

Massage Rates MEMBER PRICE

90 MIN.

60 MIN.

30 MIN.

$75

$60

$30

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

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Massage Punch Card

With our punch card system, you get more services for less!

MEMBER PUNCH CARD

NON-MEMBER PUNCH CARD

(6) 30-MIN SESSIONS FOR $150

(6) 30-MIN SESSIONS FOR $180

(6) 60-MIN SESSIONS FOR $276

(6) 60-MIN SESSIONS FOR $330

(6) 90-MIN SESSIONS FOR $375

(6) 90-MIN SESSIONS FOR $405


Health & Wellness Special Events Moon Salutation Master Class MIN SOO, H&W CENTER: STUDIO 2

In this master class, we will learn the moon salutation. Unlike sun salutation, which is meant to warm, moon salutation is a cooling flow of poses; an excellent lower body-focused flow to balance our body from day to night. Max. 18 AGE: 13+, (AGES 13–15 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT) FREE FOR MEMBERS.

BER M E M Y HL MONTS A RT I E S P S E FITN

DATES

TIME

SATURDAY, FEB 22

9:45–11:15AM

Yoga for Every Body

MILENA, H&W CENTER: STUDIO 1

During the last week of each month, one of our weekly group exercise classes will be transformed into a glow-in-the-dark class for the night! Wear whites and brights and get pumped for an energizing workout session! AGE: 13+, (AGES 13–15 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT) FREE FOR MEMBERS.

GLOW YOGA

Connect with your body and discover your own expression of yoga. We will review basic postures and their physical benefits, as well as their more gentle and challenging modifications. Max. 40 AGE: 13+, (AGES 13–15 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT) FREE FOR MEMBERS. CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HW3001

SUNDAY, MAR 22

9:30–11AM

Dance-A-Thon

KROC FITNESS INSTRUCTORS, ATHLETIC GYMNASIUM

WEDNESDAY, JAN 29, 6–6:50PM

Kroc dance fitness instructors and special guests team up to bring the house down.

GLOW ZUMBA

ALL AGES WELCOME! AGES 10+ | $10 PRESALE | $15 AT DOOR TICKET SALES OPEN IN MARCH.

FRIDAY, FEB 28, 6–6:50PM

GLOW HULA

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HW3002

SATURDAY, APR 11

9–11AM

Stand-Up Paddle Board Yoga

TUESDAY, MAR 31, 5–5:50PM

BUDDY FITNESS CHALLENGE

CLASS # 1HW3000

LORI GAYNOR, COMPETITION POOL

FREE

!

MEMB ONLYERS .

SUNDAY, FEB 16–SATURDAY, MAR 14

Grab a buddy and get to work in this 4-week members-only challenge. Add up your workout minutes to win prizes! Kicks off with the Buddy Boot Camp (ages 13–15 with adult), a special edition of our weekly Friday Total Body Conditioning class.

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 welcome! 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 AGE: 13+ (AGES 13–15 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT). $40/SESSION | 4 CLASSES PER SESSION *10% MEMBER DISCOUNT DOES NOT APPLY. CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HW3003

SATURDAYS, JAN 4–25

9:30–10:20AM

1HW3004

SATURDAYS, FEB 1–22

9:30–10:20AM

1HW3005

SATURDAYS, MAR 7–28

9:30–10:20AM

AGES 13+

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Athletics

SPORTS CLINICS + TEAMS + TRAINING + OPEN GYM

What you “ do today can

improve all your tomorrows.”

Athletic Center

10% OFF FOR MEMBERS

ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT (808) 693–8344

• MEMBERS •

• ATHLETIC CENTER RENTALS •

The Athletic Center has plenty of spacious court space for you to enjoy basketball, volleyball, and many other activities. Open gym is free to members.

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.

CURRENT OPEN HOURS ARE LISTED ON THE CLASS & FACILITIES SCHEDULE AVAILABLE AT THE MEMBER SERVICES DESK OR ONLINE AT WWW.KROCCENTERHAWAII.ORG.

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NEW! GYMNASIUM PUNCH PASSES: NON-MEMBERS, VISIT FOR $5 PER DAY OR PURCHASE PUNCH PASS WITH (10) TEN VISITS PER MONTH FOR $35. SEE MEMBERSHIP DESK FOR DETAILS.


Athletics Open Gym • PICKUP GAME POLICY • 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. The minimum age to participate is 14 years old. 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.

Club Sports

BASKETBALL: Games are 12 minutes or first to score 12 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 15. 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.

MEMBER DISCOUNT NOT APPLICABLE ON CLUB SPORTS.

Club sports are for athletes that want to compete at the highest levels; players must tryout or be invited to play on a club team. Seasons are generally 8–10 months long and the team participate in varies leagues and tournaments, such as AAU, around the island. Kroc Club Sports requires dedication, commitment, and a positive attitude on the court, in the classroom, and in the community. Kroc Clubs are unique because they are affordable, positive, and fun. Scholarships are available for qualifying participants.

Kroc Center Hawaii Soccer Club ATHLETIC FIELD

Great for any age, Kroc Soccer Club is here to prepare your athlete for the next level. Playing in the HYSA league, youth as young as 5 years old can get on the field and kick-it with us. Club soccer is open for boys and girls, ages 5 and up. Season runs from August through May. NOW ACCEPTING BOYS BORN IN 2012. AGES 5–18 | $700 PER YEAR

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.

NEW JUDO CLUB MEMBER ENROLLMENT GOING ON NOW! No new enrollees to be taken after January 31.

BEGINNER CLASS: $55/MONTH ADVANCED CLASS: $65/MONTH

After initial registration, fees taken automatically on monthly basis. See Member Services desk.

SENSEI MARC DAOG | 2nd Degree Black Belt SENSEI EDDIE AKAU | 1st Degree Black Belt

Kroc Center Hawaii Judo Club GYM LANAI

Martial Arts teach children not only skills and techniques, but also discipline and character to truly become a master. Our Judo program focuses on teaching technique and discipline while having fun! Advanced students will compete in local tournaments, as well as lead beginner students during practice. Min. 10; Max. 75 AGES 5–ADULT

Watch for volleyball and archery enrollment this summer.

Beginner Sessions CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AT1675

MON/WED, JAN 6–29

5–6:30PM

1AT1676

MON/WED, FEB 3–26

5–6:30PM

1AT1677

MON/WED, MAR 2–30

5–6:30PM

1AT1678

MON/WED, APR 1–29

5–6:30PM

*NO CLASS ON MONDAY, FEB 17 (PRESIDENT’S DAY)

Advanced Sessions

To sign up for club sports or for more information, call the Athletics Office at (808) 693-8344.

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AT1679

MON/WED, JAN 6–29

5–7:45PM

1AT1680

MON/WED, FEB 3–26

5–7:45PM

1AT1681

MON/WED, MAR 2–30

5–7:45PM

1AT1682

MON/WED, APR 1–29

5–7:45PM

*NO CLASS ON MONDAY, FEB 17 (PRESIDENT'S DAY) | SPRING 2020 |

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Athletics Sports for All

Youth Sports Classes

DROP IN CLASSES FOR EVERY AGE! Us Sports

KROC SPORTS INSTRUCTORS, GYMNASIUM Enjoy this parent participation sports class with your little ones! This 50-minute class introduces your keiki to a different sport each month, while developing gross motor skills, coordination, and balance. Parents are encouraged to take what is learned in class and bring it into the home to help further develop their child’s athletic literacy. AGE: 18 MONTHS–3 YEARS OLD (PARENT PARTICIPATION REQUIRED) 4–5 YEARS OLD (PARENT MUST BE PRESENT, PARENT PARTICIPATION NOT REQUIRED) FREE FOR MEMBERS! | NON-MEMBERS: $10 PER CLASS DATES

TIME

TUES/THURS, JAN 7–APR 30

9:30–10:20AM

Youth Sports Clinics are designed for beginner and intermediate athletes to learn about their sport and improve their fundamentals, gain confidence, and have fun! Athletes will improve their agility, balance, and coordination while learning how to be a good team player. These clinics will be sure to get your athlete ready for the next level.

Basketball

KROC SPORTS INSTRUCTORS, GYMNASIUM This hour-long clinic will focus on footwork, dribbling, and shooting and improve overall basketball fundamentals. Min. 3; Max. 20 AGES 9–18 $120 ALL 15 CLASSES | $10 SINGLE DROP-IN CLASS CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AT1687

MON/WED, JAN 6–FEB 26

4–5PM

1AT1688

MON/WED, MAR 9–APR 27

4–5PM

*NO CLASS ON MONDAY, FEB 17 (PRESIDENT’S DAY)

Soccer

KROC SPORTS INSTRUCTORS, ATHLETIC FIELD Bring your children to pay soccer here at The Kroc Center Hawaii! Children will learn basic foot skills and how to play the game of soccer. Min. 3; Max. 20 AGES 5–12 | $120 FOR ALL 15 CLASSES | $10 SINGLE DROP-IN CLASS CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AT1689

TUE/THU, JAN 7–FEB. 25

4–5PM

1AT1690

TUE/THU, MAR 10–APR 30

4–5PM

*NO CLASS ON THURSDAY, MAR 26 (PRINCE KUHIO DAY)

Volleyball

KROC SPORTS INSTRUCTORS, GYMNASIUM Learn to bump, spike, set, and serve with our Kroc Center Hawaii volleyball classes! Min. 3; Max. 20 AGES 5–12 | $120 ALL 15 CLASSES | $10 SINGLE DROP-IN CLASS CLASS #

Open Play Pickleball

DATES

TIME

GYMNASIUM

1AT1691

THURS/SAT, JAN 8–FEB 26

This paddle sport combines elements badminton, tennis, and ping pong! Challenge a friend one-on-one or set up teams for added fun.

THURS, 4–5PM SAT, 9–10AM

1AT1692

THURS/SAT, MAR 7–APR 29

THURS, 4–5PM SAT, 9–10AM

ALL AGES WELCOME! FREE! MEMBERS ONLY. DATES

TIME

TUES/SAT, JAN 4–APR 26

SAT, 10AM–1PM TUES, 9:30AM–NOON

Archery Training

KROC SPORTS INSTRUCTORS, ATHLETIC FIELD/GYMNASIUM Taught by certified instructors, this class covers beginning level archery terminology and safety, followed by hands-on practice out on the range. All equipment is provided. Min. 5; Max. 25 AGES 10–ADULT | $120 ALL 8 CLASSES | $20 SINGLE DROP-IN CLASS DATES

TIME

SATURDAYS, JAN 11–FEB 29

9–10:30AM

SATURDAYS, MAR 7–MAY 2

9–10:30AM

*NO CLASS SATURDAY, APR 11 (EASTER WEEKEND) 24 | SPRING 2020 |

*NO CLASS ON SATURDAY, JAN 11 (KROC OPEN HOUSE), & SATURDAY, APR 11 (EASTER WEEKEND)

Intro to Golf

KROC SPORTS INSTRUCTORS, ATHLETIC FIELD Utilizing the DRIVE curriculum from The First Tee of Hawaii, the Kroc Center will be providing youth golf classes! These classes will use modified equipment and age appropriate games to introduce a fun, safe, and enriching experience for our future golfers. Bring your children to learn golf techniques, skills, and etiquette! Parent participation encouraged. Min. 5; Max. 25 AGES 5–14 | $60 ALL 8 CLASSES | $10 SINGLE DROP-IN CLASS CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1AT1693

WED/FRI, JAN 8–31

4–5PM

1AT1694

WED/FRI, FEB 5–28

4–5PM

1AT1695

WED/FRI, MAR 4–27

4–5PM

1AT1696

WED/FRI, APR 1–29

4–5PM

*NO CLASS ON FRIDAY, APR 10 (GOOD FRIDAY)


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

Weddings

Catering

Baby Luau

Meetings

Retreats

Receptions

Workshops

Graduations

Reunions

Conferences

Concerts

Parties

To book and plan events, email hikroc.events@usw.salvationarmy.org.

The ultimate The Ultimate

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.

GAME ROOM

PARTY

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

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Life Enrichment

COMMUNITY + EDUCATION + FUN

Myofascial Technique Workshop

DR. AKI FROM CORNERSTONE CHIROPRACTIC, HIBISCUS/ILIMA CLASSROOM Join us as Dr. Aki leads this interactive, hands-on class! Bring your spouse or partner for this workshop! Do you have muscle spasms in your back or neck? Do you ever wish you and your spouse/partner could work out certain tight or painful areas of your body? Do you take muscle relaxers, or pain killers for your muscles regularly? If this is you, come and learn how to treat these areas yourself. Min. 5; Max. 40 AGES 16+ | FREE! CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE2224

THURSDAY, JAN 9

7–8PM

Vision Board

LESLIE MOODY, HIBISCUS/ILIMA CLASSROOM

An opportunity for lifetime learning These quick and easy workshops are free and open to the community. No membership required. Bring a friend and participate in some fun and educational classes that will leave you inspired. It’s a great way to learn, socialize and connect with others in our community. All workshops are located in the Education and Resource Classrooms. Space is limited so please register in advance, on line or at the Member Services Desk. 26 | SPRING 2020 |

It’s that time again. 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. If you can see it and believe it, you can achieve it! “Write the vision and make it plain”, Habakkuk 2:2 Min. 5; Max. 40 AGES 10+ | FREE! SUPPLIES PROVIDED AND DONATIONS WELCOME (I.E. OLD MAGAZINES WITH APPROPRIATE CONTENT ONLY) CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE2225

THURSDAY, JAN 16

6:30–8PM

7 Steps to Healthy Pregnancy

DR. AKI OSHITA, HIBISCUS/ILIMA CLASSROOM Dr. Aki Oshita and his wife Choua will share how to prepare for a healthy, natural pregnancy through exercise, nutrition, birth plan, labor, and postpartum tips. There is no perfect recipe for pregnancy and labor. However, by understanding the options available and being aware of true emergency situations, you will have confidence in your pregnancy! This is a practical class for both wife and husband to attend together. Min. 5; Max. 40 AGES 18+ | FREE! CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE2226

THURSDAY, FEB 13

7–8PM


Life Skills Generational Clues Uncovered

JASON DORSEY VIA VIDEO PRESENTATION, HIBISCUS/ILIMA CLASSROOM Come learn about the different generations and how to solve tough, generational challenges in the workforce with generational researcher, Jason Dorsey. You will gain brand new insights and tips about marketing and selling across generations. Also, learn employee retention tips specific for each generation from Baby Boomers to Generation “Z”. Expect unforgettable stories and specific actions that lead to immediate results. He’s funny too. Min. 5; Max. 40

Single Parents Unite

LESLIE MOODY, PIKAKE CLASSROOM Are you struggling with the challenges of being a single parent? You are not alone! Join others who share this challenge because together you are stronger. Come enjoy light refreshments and fellowship while sharing resources, encouragement, tips, and possible networking opportunities. Min, 5; Max, 25 FREE!

AGES 18+ | FREE! CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE2227

THURSDAY, FEB 20

6–8PM

Raising Healthy Kids – All Natural

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE2231

THURSDAY, JAN 23

6:30–8PM

1CE2232

THURSDAY, FEB 27

6:30–8PM

1CE2233

THURSDAY, APR 23

6:30–8PM

Senior Mixed Plate

LESLIE MOODY, KEAWE & KAMANI BALLROOMS

DR. AKI OSHITA, HIBISCUS/ILIMA CLASSROOM

If you have kids, grandkids, want kids, or have a friend with kids, this workshop is for you! Dr. Aki will cover topics of ADHD, allergies, asthma, eczema, nutrition, and many others. This class is all about tips to help us raise our kids all-naturally and healthy. Bring someone you know that could benefit from this! Min. 5; Max. 40

Come join us on the last Tuesday of every month for a variety of fun, interactive activities and fellowship.Min. 5; Max. 80 AGES 55+ | FREE!

AGES 18+ | FREE! CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE2228

THURSDAY, MAR 12

7–8PM

Family Game Night Unplugged

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE2234

TUESDAY, JAN 28

9:30–11:30AM

1CE2235

TUESDAY, FEB 25

9:30–11:30AM

1CE2236

TUESDAY, MAR 31

9:30–11:30AM

1CE2237

TUESDAY, APR 28

9:30–11:30AM

Scrabble Night

LESLIE MOODY, HIBISCUS/ILIMA CLASSROOM

LESLIE MOODY, KAMANI BALLROOM

Ever feel like you or your loved ones spend too much time on computers, phones, or other electronic devises? It is easy to become disconnected with one another with all these distractions. Looking for more personal interaction? Board games are a great, fun way to connect, or reconnect with family and friends! Not to mention maybe meeting new people! No experience necessary. Bring a favorite board game or play some that we have available. Use of electronic devices will be strictly prohibited during this class. Unplug for 2 hours. You can do it! Min. 5; Max. 60

For the love of the game! Enjoy the last Thursday of every month with us and friends while improving language, vocabulary, and memory. Min. 5; Max. 50 AGES 10+ | FREE! SUPPLIES PROVIDED. CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE2238

THURSDAY, JAN 30

6:30–8PM

1CE2239

THURSDAY, MAR 19

6:30–8PM

1CE2240

THURSDAY, APR 30

6:30–8PM

AGES 8+ RECOMMENDED. CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 11 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT.

AARP Tax Prep

FREE! BOARD GAMES PROVIDED AND BRINGING YOUR OWN TO SHARE IS ENCOURAGED!

The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program offers free tax help for tax payers of low to moderate income with special attention to those 60 years and older. No appointment necessary. First come, first served. Please see below for items to bring to tax site. Max. 20

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE2229

THURSDAY, APR 2

6:30–8PM

PAUL DEBREUIL, HIBISCUS/ILIMA CLASSROOM

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

Mastering the Art of Crucial Conversations

JOSEPH GRENNY VIA VIDEO PRESENTATION, HIBISCUS/ILIMA CLASSROOM Joseph Grenny, a research and business strategy expert, shares from his leadership toolbox tips regarding crucial conversations. It is often that the times we must perform our best, these high-stakes moments, are the exact times that we perform our worst. Joseph Grenny coaches the leader in us all to perform at our best in these crucial moments. Min. 5; Max. 40 AGES 18+ | FREE! CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1CE2230

THURSDAY, APR 16

6–8PM

DATES

TIME

SATURDAYS, FEB 1 – APR 4

9AM–12PM

Items to bring to class: •

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) | SPRING 2020 |

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Music

ORCHESTRA + VOCAL + INSTRUMENTS

Make a joyful sound

| MUSIC INSTRUCTORS | 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

| PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS | 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. Lessons must be scheduled through programs administration staff prior to payment and start of lessons. 28 | SPRING 2020 |

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.

Lloydeen Peters

Lloydeen Peters has her training as a preschool teacher and director. She has been training teachers to teach children since she graduated from Honolulu Community College. Lloydeen fosters a love for Jesus through her ukulele and her music classes. Recently she has created an enrichment music program which includes; singing, movement, rhythm, ukulele and traditional Hawaiian instruments that is educational and fun.

Wade Tachihata

Wade Tachihata began playing saxophone, guitar, ukulele and piano in middle school and continued through high school. He continued to pursue his love for music, attending Berklee College of Music and going on to perform and record with various bands in Hawaii and on the mainland. Wade has more than 15 years of experience teaching in Hawaii, and enjoys seeing people evolve with their instruments and having fun learning.


Music Youth Classes

Beginning Rhythm I

LLOYDEEN PETERS, WPAC–SMALL ENSEMBLE ROOM

Beginning Ukulele

LLOYDEEN PETERS, WORSHIP & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER STAGE 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. 8; Max. 15 AGES 7+ | $130/SESSION | 6 CLASSES CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1MC2000

TUESDAYS, JAN 14–FEB 18

5:15–6:15PM

1MC2001

TUESDAYS, FEB 25–MAR 31

5:15–6:15PM

Advanced Ukulele

LLOYDEEN PETERS, WORSHIP & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER STAGE 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. 8; Max. 15 AGES 7+ | $130/SESSION | 6 CLASSES CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1MC2002

TUESDAYS, JAN 14–FEB 18

6:30–7:30PM

1MC2003

TUESDAYS, FEB 25–MAR 31

6:30–7:30PM

Beginning Piano I

WADE TACHIHATA, WORSHIP & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER PIANO STUDIO

A great first step music class for children that will focus on developing their ability to keep, create and enhance beat, rhythm and tempo. In addition to learning the name and how to use rhythm instruments in a band, your child will learn 1/8, ¼, ½ and whole notes on a musical scale as well as the importance of music dynamics. Children will have opportunity to make their own shaker and play rhythm sticks, tambourines, triangles, drums and cymbals. Students should continue in Beginner Rhythm II class. Min. 8; Max 15 AGES 5–8 | $130/ SESSION | 6 CLASSES CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1MC2008

SATURDAYS, JAN 18–FEB 22

9–9:45AM

1MC2009

SATURDAYS, JAN 18–FEB 22

10–10:45AM

Beginning Rhythm II

LLOYDEEN PETERS, WPAC–SMALL ENSEMBLE ROOM A continuing class for children that will focus on developing their ability to keep, create and enhance beat, rhythm and tempo. In addition to learning the name and how to use rhythm instruments in a band, your child will learn 1/8, ¼, ½ and whole notes on a musical scale as well as the importance of music dynamics. Children will progress in their ability to play their own shaker, rhythm sticks, tambourines, triangles, drums and cymbals. Students will participate in their first band performance at the end of the spring season. Min. 8; Max 15 AGES 5–8 | $130/ SESSION | 6 CLASSES CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1MC2010

SATURDAYS, FEB 29–APR 4

9–9:45AM

1MC2011

SATURDAYS, FEB 29–APR 4

10–10:45AM

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. Students are also encouraged to continue in Beginning Piano II. Min. 5; Max. 6 AGES 7+ | $140/SESSION | 6 CLASSES CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1MC2004

THURSDAYS, JAN 16–FEB. 20

5:30–6:30PM

1MC2005

THURSDAYS, JAN 16–FEB 20

6:30–7:30PM

Beginning Piano II

WADE TACHIHATA, WORSHIP & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER PIANO STUDIO A continuation of piano class to progress in the student’s ability to play the piano, learn music theory, and note read in a fun, group setting. Students must have successfully completed Beginning Piano I to be enrolled in this class or have instructor approval. Weighted keyboards are used in this class. Practicing at home is recommended. Students will have opportunity to participate in the end of Spring Season Recital. Min. 5; Max. 6 AGES 7+ | $140/SESSION | 6 CLASSES CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1MC2006

THURSDAYS, FEB 27–APR 2

5:30–6:30PM

1MC2007

THURSDAYS, FEB 27–APR 2

6:30–7:30PM

Kroc Youth String Orchestra LED BY STEVEN CARDENAS AGES 7–18 | $180 Calling all string players ages 7–18! 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. Email programs@ kroccenterhawaii.org for more information.

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Homeschool Activities

AQUATICS + FITNESS + ARTS

5% OFF FOR MEMBERS MULTIPLE CLASS OR SIBLING

DISCOUNT 5% Programs Department (808) 693-8356

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

Aquatics Level 1 Introduction to Water Skills KROC SWIM INSTRUCTORS, LEISURE POOL

For first time swimmers to be introduced to basic water skills in a playto-learn 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 AGES 4–7 | $140 | 8 CLASSES CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HS1774

MONDAYS, JAN 13–MAR 9

10–10:45AM

*NO CLASS ON MONDAY, FEB 17 (PRESIDENT’S DAY)

Level 2 Fundamental Aquatic Skills KROC SWIM INSTRUCTOR, 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. 9 AGES 6–12 | $140 | 8 CLASSES CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HS1775

MONDAYS, JAN 13–MAR 9

11–11:45AM

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Athletics

Center Stages: Fruit of the Spirit

MEAGAN CABBAGE, WORSHIP & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER STAGE

Home School Athletics

KROC CENTER ATHLETIC INSTRUCTORS, GYMNASIUM 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 AGES 5+ | $80 | 8 CLASSES

Join us to learn about God’s Word through drama! We will be learning about basic physical and vocal awareness all while learning about the gospel of Jesus Christ along the way. This drama class will combine introductory drama training and spiritual life application. Come join in on the fun! Min. 6; Max. 20 AGES 7+ | $45 | 8 CLASSES CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HS1780

MONDAYS, JAN 13–MAR 9

9–10AM

*NO CLASS ON MONDAY, FEB 17 (PRESIDENT’S DAY)

AGES 5–8 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HS1776

MONDAYS, JAN 13–MAR 9

9–10AM

AGES 9–12 CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HS1777

MONDAYS, JAN 13–MAR 9

10:15–11:15AM

AGES 13+ CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HS1778

MONDAYS, JAN 13–MAR 9

11:30AM–12:30PM

*NO CLASS ON MONDAY, FEB 17 (PRESIDENT’S DAY)

Music, Art & Drama

Home School Creative Screen Printing NICK DAGDAG, ART STUDIO

Learn how to screen print creatively! Create a design and print it on shirts, clothes, or a poster. Customize and add details to your print through mix mediums of paint, pens, and more. Make multiple prints in different colors and share prints with other classmates. This class will explore the elements and principles of art through creative screen-printing technique and process. Come join us for this awesome art experience! Min. 8; Max. 15 AGES 9–15 | $115 | 8 CLASSES | SUPPLIES INCLUDED CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HS1781

MONDAYS, JAN 13–MAR 9

1–2PM

*NO CLASS ON MONDAY, FEB 17 (PRESIDENT’S DAY)

Home School Comic Book Art

Beginning Ukulele

NICK DAGDAG, ART STUDIO

LLOYDEEN PETERS, WORSHIP & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER 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. 4; Max. 12

Come join us for an awesome time of drawing, painting, and collaging with comic book characters! Create an awesome composition of images of your favorite superhero or princess. Write your own story board comic book and make it a reality to share with your friends and family. Min. 8; Max. 15

AGES 6+ | $95 | 8 CLASSES

AGES 5–8 | $115 | 8 CLASSES | SUPPLIES INCLUDED

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

1HS1779

MONDAYS, JAN 13–MAR 9

10:15–11:15AM

1HS1782

MONDAYS, JAN 13–MAR 9

11:30AM–12:30PM

*NO CLASS ON MONDAY, FEB 17 (PRESIDENT’S DAY)

*NO CLASS ON MONDAY, FEB 17 (PRESIDENT’S DAY)

Sign-up for Kroc classes online. 1. Visit our secure registration page: www.krocsales.org/#/hawaii 2. Create an online account. 3. Link your membership account for discounts. 4. Add class selections to cart and pay for all selections at once.

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Kroc Center Hawaii: A safe place for all. Family, individual and program scholarships available.

Joan Kroc

| BE PART OF THE COMMUNITY |

When Joan Kroc left her fortune to The Salvation Army, it was her vision and expectation that families and individuals could have equal opportunities to grow their natural gifts and talents. To honor her legacy, we offer member and program scholarships for individuals and families who qualify.

GET INVOLVED

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.

MEMBERSHIP

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Profile for Kroc Center Hawaii

2020 Kroc Center Hawaii Spring Activities Guide  

2020 Kroc Center Hawaii Spring Activities Guide