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General Information Table of Contents

RECREATION CENTER INFO LINE 303-665-0468

Summer 2014 Community Activity Guide

RECREATION CENTER FRONT DESK 303-665-0469 DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR Curt Cheesman RECREATON SUPERINTENDANT Sean VonRoenn ext. 3463 GEN. PROGRAMS SUPERVISOR Karen Snortland ext. 3458 AQUATICS SUPERVISOR Tom Casal ext. 3453 ATHLETICS SUPERVISOR Kris Kron ext. 3454 GO! SERVICES DIVISION 303-665-9052

YOUR GUIDE TO AN ACTIVE LAFAYETTE A CAPRA Accredited Agency. Mission Statement: To provide healthy opportunities with quality and value to engage the greater Lafayette community. Get Active. Live Healthy. GENERAL INFORMATION 3-11

Summer Facilities 12-13

GO! SERVICES MANAGER Vern Swanagon ext. 2 RECREATION COORDINATOR Renee Fabini ext. 5 RESOURCES COORDINATOR Lorna Beard ext. 3 PARKS, OPEN SPACE & GOLF 303-665-5506 LAMONT DOES OUTDOOR POOL 303-673-9207

community events 14-19

youth programs 20-44

GOLF COURSE CLUBHOUSE 303-666-4706 WANEKA LAKE BOATHOUSE 303-673-9124

Lafayette City Council Mayor

Mayor Pro-Tem City Admin.

Christine Berg Tom Dowling Staci Lupberger Alexandra Lynch Merrily Mazza Gustavo Reyna Brad Wiesley Gary Klaphake

The Lafayette Community Activity Guide is published triannually by the City Of Lafayette SUSTAINABLE FORESTRY INITIATIVE

Summer 2014

Printed on recycled paper

ADULT PROGRAMS 45-70

parks & Golf 77-80

ADULT SERVICES 72-76

registration 81-82

Admissions, Passes...............................................4-5 ART, Adult..................................................................62 AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM.......................................41 BIRTHDAY PARTIES.....................................................44 CAMPS, Youth.....................................................34, 40 childcare..................................................................9 COMMUNITY EVENTS...........................................14-19 DANCING, Adult........................................................63 FITNESS, Adult.......................................................50-57 FITNESS SCHEDULE.....................................................11 FITNESS, Youth......................................................30-32 GEneral interest, Adult....................................60-65 GEneral interest, Youth.............................35, 38-39 Golf, Indian Peaks.............................................77-80 GO SERVICES RESOURCES...................................72-76 Gymnastics.............................................................33 nutrition/lunch program, Seniors..............75-76 outdoor program, Adult...............................67-69 parks.........................................................................77 preschool..........................................................36-37 pool schedule, BBRC.............................................10 pool schedule, LaMont Does...............................12 registration information..................................81 REDUCED RATE PROGRAM........................................82 ROOM RENTALS...........................................................8 SKATEBOARDING.................................................42-43 SPORTS, Adult.......................................................47-49 SPORTS, Youth......................................................24-29 SWIM LESSONS, Adult................................................45 SWIM LESSONS, Youth.........................................20-23 TRIPS, Adult...........................................................66-70 WANEKA LAKE BOATHOUSE......................................13 WELLNESS..............................................................57-59

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General Information Admission & Hours

BOB L. BURGER RECREATION CENTER

National Gold Medal

www.cityoflafayette.com/recreation

Award Winner 2002 2011 & 2012 Finalist

111 West Baseline Road, Lafayette, CO 80026 (303) 665-0469 Information Line (303) 665-0468

ADMISSION & HOURS Monday - Thursday....................5am - 9pm* Friday...........................................5am - 7pm* Saturday......................................7am - 6pm* Sunday........................................8am - 5pm* * Pools close 1/2 hour before the building

Se habla español con Flora Kemp las horas de 9 en la mañana y 4 de la tarde, lunes-viernes.

Infant 1 & under Child 2-5 yrs. Youth 6-17 yrs. Adult 18-54 yrs. Senior 55 & up Family 2 Adults/2 Kids*

*good Sat & Sun from noon-close!

20 Visit Card

Infant, 1 & under FREE Child, 2-5 yrs. $40 ($2/Visit) Youth, 6-17 yrs. $48 ($2.40/Visit) Adult, 18-54 yrs. $72 ($3.60/Visit) Senior, 55 & up $44 ($2.20/Visit) *20 visit cards are non refundable.

Lafayette GO! Center Hours

103 South Iowa Ave. Lafayette, CO. 80026 303-665-9052 Fax 303-604-6130 www.cityoflafayette.com/senior Monday - Thursday................ 8:30am - 5pm Friday..................................... ..8:30am - 4pm Saturday & Sunday......................... .Closed

FREE $2.50/visit $3.00/visit $4.50/visit $2.75/visit $10.00

Miscellaneous Charges

Childcare.................................. $2/child per hr. Towel Rental......................$1 ea. w/photo I.D. Lost Padlock................................................... .$8 Lost Padlock Key............................................ $8 Lost Towel........................................................ $5 Lost Annual Pass............................................. $5 Lost Punch Card............................................. $5 Padlock Check-out..............FREE w/photo I.D. Equipment Check-out.........FREE w/photo I.D. (basketballs, volleyballs, racquets, etc)

Various concession items are available for purchase through the front desk; swim trunks/suits, racquetball supplies, batteries, swim diapers, water bottles, pedometers, hand sanitizer, etc.

Building Closures

Bob L. Burger Recreation Center Easter Sunday: April 20 ...................CLOSED Memorial Day: May 26....................CLOSED lafayette go! center

Grown-Up Opportunities - See page 64 for more information on our change to the GO! Center

Memorial Day: May 26...............CLOSED Independence Day: July 4.........CLOSED 4 4

Independence Day: July 4...................CLOSED Maintenance Week: August 9-17.........CLOSED Labor Day: September 1 ......................CLOSED . Maintenance Week: Sept *No lunch program Friday 9/19

15-19 ..........CLOSED

Labor Day: September 1 .......................CLOSED

*Please note that the lunch program is closed on Holidays when the Center is closed

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Summer 2014


General Information Admission & Hours

ANNUAL PASSES Annual and Monthly Passes also receive free admission to the LaMont Does Outdoor Pool! This does not apply to the Afternoon Advantage or Corporate Passes.

Paid-In-Full

Adult ............................................................. $350 Senior (55+) .................................................. $200 Teen (12-17) ................................................... $99 Couple .......................................................... $525 Senior Couple .............................................. $300 Adult/Senior Couple ................................... $450 Family ........................................................... $635 (up to 2 adults, 2 kids 18 & under; additional kids add $55 each)

• Annual Passes paid in full: Cancellation Fee: $50 for the first pass, $25 for the second pass and $10 for each additional pass, plus pro-rate fee. • Cancellations must be requested before the 1st day of the month, and must be approved by a supervisor. • All members must live at the same address in the same household. • Monthly passes may be purchased by an automatic monthly credit card charge or electronic funds transtransfer (EFT). • There is never a need to renew your pass, your monthly pass will continue until you contact us to cancel. • Monthly payment passes cancelled within the first 6 months after purchase will incur a $25 cancellation fee. All couples/family must live at the same address in the same household. • The first two months are paid for at the time of purchase. The first month will be pro-rated.

PASS PERKS

Recreation Rewards Present your Annual Passcard to any participating business and start receiving valuable offers, discounts and freebies. Visit our website to view all the participating businesses and their rewards for you.

www.cityoflafayette.com/RecreationRewards Summer 2014

Monthly Payment Option

Adult......................................................... $32/mo Senior (55+)............................................. .$18/mo Couple...................................................... $48/mo Senior Couple.......................................... $27/mo Adult/Sr. Couple...................................... $41/mo Family.......................................................$58/mo (up to 2 adults, 2 kids 18 & under; add’l kids add $5 each)

Monthly Price for Credit Card or Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Charge

Afternoon Advantage Pass

Adult / Senior....$175 valid during these days and times only Mon - Fri: 1:30-3:30pm, Sat 12-6pm & Sun 12-5pm Use this specially priced pass to swim or work out during the times outlined above. Monthly billing not available. Good for one year at the Bob Burger Recreation Center.

Corporate Pass/Veteran

Adult............$299 Senior(55+)..$169 Do you work for a Lafayette business? Corporate Passes are available to employees within the corporate boundaries of Lafayette. Monthly billing not available. A current paycheck or authorization letter from the employer must be presented at the time of purchase. Good for one year at the Bob Burger Recreation Center. Are you Active or Retired Military? Eligible recipients must provide valid Veteran or Military ID or valid Active Duty/Reserve ID at time of purchase. Good for one year at the Bob Burger Recreation Center.

Summer Student Pass

12-24 years............$75 Good for Three months. Purchase May 1-June 30. Please ask our front desk staff for more information on these discounted programs.

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General Information Facility Amenities

We’re movin’ on up! Elevator and second floor construction to begin June 1

On June 1, the BBRC will begin construction on a significant project to add an ADA-accessible elevator and a 1500 square foot second floor. These expansions will offer an enhanced experience, additional fitness offerings, and improved access for our patrons. A new fitness studio will be built above the existing group fitness room, and will allow for a dedicated spin studio, cardio theater, functional training area, and expanded group fitness capabilities. The elevator will be located adjacent to the racquetball courts, behind the staircase. With the commencement of construction, we will be required to modify program schedules and relocate classes. Areas impacted will be racquetball courts, the gym, and the existing fitness studio. Updated schedules for each area will be posted on our website beginning in May at www.cityoflafayette.com/recreation. We anticipate wrapping up construction in early Fall 2014 and ask for your understanding and patience as we work through the implementation phase. In 2015 the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center will be celebrating its 25th anniversary. We’re very excited for this project and the opportunity to provide our community with new and improved opportunities to expand healthy and active lifestyles in Lafayette!

Recreation Center Amenities

Aquatics Area: A four-pool complex including a leisure/therapy pool with a variety of water features, a lazy river/tube ride, a 25-yard, 6-lane pool and a 150 foot waterslide with landing pool. Fitness Atrium: Features an extensive free weight system, Nautilus selectorized machines, stationary bicycles, Stairmasters, rowing machines, treadmills and Precor ellipticals. Gymnasium: A large hardwood floor, available for basketball and volleyball. Racquetball Courts: Two full-size courts; one has a competition glass wall. Wallyball option available on both courts. Running Track: 16 laps = 1 mile; cushioned oval. Dance/Fitness Room: Designed for fitness and dance with mirrors, no-shock hardwood floor, and a great sound system. Preschool Rooms: Rooms specifically designed for our licensed preschool programs. Multi-Use Room: Includes a small kitchen and is used for classes, meetings and special events. Wet Area: A co-ed dry sauna, wet steam, indoor whirlpool and outdoor adult only hot tub where individuals can relax after a workout. Child Care: Available for children ages 6 months to 7 years of age. Parents must be using the facilities. See page 10 for hours of operation & costs. Family Locker Rooms: Two cabanas are available to assist families with small children who are unable to be alone or in opposite gender locker room; as well as guests needing help due to special circumstance, ie. disability or injury.

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Bob L. Burger Recreation Center • 303-665-0469

Registration is Easy....Visit www.cityoflafayette.com/registration Summer 2014


General Information Facility Guidelines

Code of Conduct The City of Lafayette Recreation & Facility Management Department seeks to create a welcoming and wholesome environment for all facility users and program/activity participants. To help ensure a safe and satisfactory experience for all, the City expects that respectful, courteous and considerate behavior will be exhibited at all times by those visiting our facilities or participating in programs and/or activities. A violation of the Code of Conduct may include, but is not limited to: disorderly conduct, the use of offensive, threatening or abusive language or gestures, theft, public intoxication, use of drugs, sexual misconduct, harassment, failure to cooperate with Department personnel, possession of any type of weapon, non-compliance with Department rules and regulations, any unlawful activity, and any other behavior deemed to be inappropriate. The City reserves the right to deny admission and/or take appropriate disciplinary actions against any individual violating this Code of Conduct.

RECREATION Center POLICIES & PROCEDURES • All facility guests using a daily fee area must check in at the front reception desk. Guests found to be using the facility without paying will be asked to leave and may be suspended from future use.

• The Center lockers operate on a padlock system. With a photo ID, any recreation center guest may check out a lock from the front desk. A lost lock or key is $8.00; if both are lost the fee is $16.00. Patrons may bring their own lock to secure their belongings. All padlocks remaining on lockers at the end of each business day will be cut off. • Cameras/camera phones are not allowed in the locker room areas. Please store these items in a bag or carrying case. • In the best interest of all our patrons, children 4 years of age and older are required to use the gender-appropriate locker room. • Family Locker Rooms are available, and are intended for use by adults with small children who are unable to be alone and/or be in the opposite gender locker room. • Racquetball reservations may be made two days in advance. Failure to show for a racquetball reservation without a two hour notice may result in a suspension of court reservation privileges. Racquets are available for checkout (with a photo ID) during your reserved time on the court only. Adult annual pass holders may reserve 7 days in advance.

• There is no smoking, chewing tobacco, marijuana, alcoholic beverages or gum allowed in the Center. Food and drink are permitted only in designated areas (lobby, multiuse rooms, outdoor patio). Sport drinks and water past the front desk must be in a spill-proof bottle.

• Appropriate apparel must be worn in accordance with the area of the facility being used. Shoes and shirts are required at all times. Only non-marking shoes are allowed on the racquetball courts or in the gymnasium. Proper swim attire (bathing suits) must be worn in all pools (No street clothes will be allowed in the pools). Shirts and non-marking shoes are required in the weight room and gymnasium.

• A photo I.D. is required for all equipment checkout, including locker padlocks and towel rentals. Acceptable identification includes a valid Drivers License or School photo ID. If you do not have one of these, you may purchase a Recreation Center ID for $5.00.

• Changes in the recreation schedule may occur without notice. The Adult Swim times may be cancelled, or the hours changed, during holidays and school in-service days. Call the Recreation Center at 303-665-0469 or the information line at 303-665-0468 if you have any questions.

• The Recreation Center is NOT responsible for lost or stolen articles. It is strongly recommended that you do not bring any valuables into the Center. Please turn in any found articles to the lost & found at the front desk. Lost & found items may be identified and then retrieved from the front desk.

• A courtesy phone is located in the vestibule and outside the family locker rooms for personal calls. Please be considerate of other guests when using mobile phones in the facility.

Summer 2014

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General Information Facility Guidelines, Rentals

AGE GUIDELINES All areas: For your child’s safety, all children under ten (10) years of age must be supervised by a guest 16 years or older. Pool areas: Children 5 years of age or younger who will be swimming must display the appropriate wristband and be accompanied by a paying guest 16 years or older who is in the water within arms reach of the child(ren).

Room Rental Fees Includes your set-up and clean-up time. Room must be reserved in advanced by calling 303-665-0469. 1/2 Meeting Room without the Kitchen $20/hr Resident • $30/hr Non-Resident Full Meeting Room without the Kitchen $40/hr Resident • $50/hr Non-Resident Kitchen Rental additional $10/hr

Children 6 - 9 years of age must be supervised by a guest 16 years or older who is present in the pool area.

GymNASIUM Rental 1/2 gym - $35/hr Full gym - $70/hr

Fitness Areas: Weight and fitness equipment is available to anyone age 15 years and older. Those between the ages of 15-17 must complete a weight room/fitness equipment orientation with one of our weight room attendants in order to use these areas. This brief class, along with a weight room ID card, is a service offered by the Recreation Center free of charge. Participants will learn proper use and treatment of various machines and weight room etiquette. Sign up at the front desk. - Youth 12-14 using the Expresso Bikes must be supervised by an adult present in the fitness atrium. - Parent/Youth Workouts are permitted anytime, with the exception of Monday – Thursday 5-7:30pm (our peak time). Parent and child must complete a Weight Room Orientation, children must be 12 years old or older and working out directly with their parent (see pg. 32 or 54 for more details).

Volleyball Requires 1/2 gym rental plus $20 setup fee. Minimum 2 day advance reservation

Running track: available to anyone age 12 years and older. Infants are permitted in a personal baby carrier/harness only. The recreation staff will enforce all rules and safety policies for the benefit and enjoyment of all. Our Center Staff is always available to help you. If you have any problems, please feel free to contact any member of the staff.

Americans with Disabilities Assistance Individuals with disabilities are invited to contact the Recreation Department to discuss any special accommodations or adaptations which are necessary for participation in our programs and services. Assistance requests need to be made at least two weeks prior to the activity by contacting the Recreation Center at 303-665-0469.

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Outdoor Patio (South of the pool area) $20 Resident • $30 Non-Resident (per person) Facility admission not included BBQ Grill Rental $10 • Saturdays or Sundays for a 2 hour usage • Reservations are required to be made no later than the Thursday prior to the rental day The recreation center is available for after hours private rentals. Please contact 303-6650469 to inquire about pricing for your special event. Lafayette Senior center Rental of the Lafayette GO! Center 103 S. Iowa Ave. includes the use of the main room and conference room. An additional fee is charged for kitchen use and other amenities. Fee includes your set-up and clean-up time. Rental must be reserved in advance. Visit www.cityoflafayette.com/senior to fill out a rental application or call the Lafayette GO! Center 103 S. Iowa Ave. at 303-665-9052 ext. 0 for more information. Full Meeting Area without the kitchen $40/hour resident $50/hour non-resident Kitchen Rental: Additional $10/hour (includes use of coffee bar and kitchen appliances with the exception of the dishwasher) Amenities: Billiard Table, Table Tennis, Piano, or large screen TV Additional $10/hour per amenity

Bob L. Burger Recreation Center • 303-665-0469

Summer 2014


General Information Gym Schedule/Child Care

GROUP RATES

Equipment Checkout

Is your large group interested in using the pool? Call the Aquatics Department and book your group. Group rate is for any combination of ages for 10 or more and must be reserved a week in advance. For more information, please contact Jeff Richards at 303-665-0469. Ages

Fee

Group Fee

Under 2 yrs

Free

Free

2-5 yrs

$2.50

$2.00

6-17 yrs

$3.00

$2.40

18-55 yrs

$4.50

$3.60

55+

$2.75

$2.20

GYM SCHEDULE (view schedule online) Open Gym: 5am-9pm

Tuesday

Open Gym: 5am-9pm Drop-in Adult Basketball: Noon-2pm*

Wednesday Open Gym: 5am-9pm Thursday

Open Gym: 5am-9pm

Friday

Open Gym: 5am-7pm Drop-in Adult Basketball: Noon-2pm*

Saturday

Open Gym: 8am-6pm

Sunday

Open Gym: 10am-5pm Drop-in Adult Basketball: 10am-noon

Availability and times subject to change due to Lafayette Recreation Department program needs * Subject to half court on high-volume days.

Gym closed for youth basketball weeknights Jan-Feb Open Gym - Open to all ages. Drop-in Basketball - Open to anyone 16 years and older. Both courts will be available for basketball. Volleyball - Rentals are available with advance reservation.

Summer 2014

- Exercise bands - Hair dryers - Racquets - Racquetballs

- Medicine balls - Fins - Racquetball goggles

Child Care: 6 Months - 7 Years Space is limited to a first-come, first-served basis. We provide a positive, fun environment for children. This service is available to participants remaining inside the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center. If you have a child with special needs, please call two days in advance so we can make accommodations. Child Care is not available on holidays. (Schedule subject to change - check at the front desk.) HOURS Mon - Fri: 8am - 1:30pm, Tue: 8am-2pm Mon- Thu: 5:15pm - 8:45pm, Sat: 7am - 12pm

All Days

Gym schedule subject to change. Please contact front desk at 303-665-0469 for the most current information.

- Basketballs - Volleyballs - Weight belts - Exercise balls

There is no charge for the equipment unless it is not returned. Lost equipment will be charged the full replacement cost.

(Children under 6 years of age must be within arms reach of a paying patron 16 years or older at all times).

Monday

A variety of equipment available for facility guests to check out from the front desk. Users need only present a valid ID card which will be held until the equipment is returned. Some of the equipment available includes:

FEES: $2 per hour per child (2 hour maximum) *Please Note: The minimum amount of time charged for Child Care is one hour per child. The Maximum amount of time a child can be in Child Care is two hours. Child Care punchcard: $20 / 10 hours MINIMUM CHARGE: $2 per child Child care Option! Annual Unlimited Pass

If you use Child Care 2.5 hours or more a week, it will be more economical to purchase an annual pass. The savings are even greater if you have two or more children. May be purchased at the front desk. No refunds.

First child: $200

Each additional child: $100

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General Information Pool Schedule

MAIN POOL SCHEDULE time

MON

Schedules effective June - August 2014. Visit our website for Jan. - May schedule.

TUES

WEDS

THURS

FRI

LAP SWIM (6 lanes available) M/W/F Masters swim has 4 lanes 5:45-6:45am

5am 6am 7am 8am 9am 10am 11am

LAP SWIM (2 lanes available) Swim Lessons: 8am-10:15pm No Open Swim Adult Swim (10:15am12pm)

12pm 1pm 2pm 3pm 4pm 5pm 6pm

Open Swim (12-8:30pm) Lap Swim (2 lanes)

7pm 8pm

Open Swim (10:15am4pm) Lap Swim (2 lanes)

Lessons (4-7pm) No Open Swim

Adult Swim (10:15am12pm)

Open Swim (10:15am4pm) Lap Swim (2 lanes)

Open Swim (12-8:30pm)

LAP SWIM 6 lanes Adult Swim (10am-12pm)

Open Swim (12-6:30pm) Lap Swim (2 lanes)

Lessons (4-7pm) No Open Swim

Lap Swim (2 lanes)

Lap Swim (2)

Lap Swim (2)

Open Swim (7-8:30pm)

Open Swim (7-8:30pm)

Pool closes at 6:30pm

THURS

FRI

SAT

SUN

Pool Opens at 7am

Pool Opens at 8am

LAP SWIM (6) 7-9am Lap Swim (2) Lessons (9-12) No Open Swim

Masters (4) Lap (2) Lap Swim (6) (9:30am noon)

Open Swim (12-5:30pm) Lap Swim (2 lanes)

Open Swim (12-4:30pm) Lap Swim (2)

Pool closes at 5:30pm

Pool closes at 4:30pm

SAT

SUN

Pool Opens at 7am

Pool Opens at 8 am

Pool closes at 8:30pm

8:30pm

Play Pool / river pool schedule time

MON

TUES

WEDS

Open Swim (5-8am)

5am 6am

Open Swim (5-10am)

7am Swim lessons (8am-10:15pm) No Open Swim

8am 9am 10am 11am

Adult Swim (10:15am12pm)

12pm 1pm

Open Swim (10:15am 4pm)

Adult Swim (10:15am12pm)

Open Swim (10:15am 4pm)

Open Swim (12-6:30pm)

2pm 3pm 4pm 5pm 6pm 7pm 8pm 8:30pm

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Open Swim (12-8:30pm)

Lessons (4-7pm) No Open Swim

Open Swim (12-8:30pm)

Open Swim (7-8:30pm)

Adult Swim (10am-12pm)

Lessons (4-7pm) No Open Swim Open Swim (7-8:30pm)

Pool closes at 6:30pm

Open Swim (7-9am) lessons (9am-12pm) No Open Swim

Open Swim (8am-4:30pm)

Open Swim (12-5:30pm)

Pool closes at 5:30pm

Pool closes at 4:30pm

Pool closes at 8:30pm

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General Information Fitness Schedule

Schedule subject to change, updated calendar available at www.cityoflafayette.com/fitness or at the front desk. Child Care Available during these times

Monday 6:00am

Tuesday

Rise & Shine Yoga

Wednesday

Class Descriptions are available on Page 50

Thursday

RISE & SHINE YOGA

Friday EXPRESS CYCLING*

6:30am 7:00am

50 MIN

50 MIN

50 MIN

GROUP CYCLING

8:00am CIRCUIT

CIRCUIT

8:20am 9:00am

FLEX & STRETCH 45min

9:15am

GENTLE YOGA RIVER WALKING

RIVER WALKING

RIVER WALKING

10:00am 50 MIN

50 MIN

SHALLOW H2O AEROBICS

DEEP H2O AEROBICS**

SHALLOW H2O AEROBICS

DEEP H2O AEROBICS**

CARDIO STEP

CLASSIC 8:30-9:15

9:00am

10:30am

GROUP CYCLING*

9:20am CLASSIC 8:15am

Sunday

7:15am 8:15am

7:30am

9:30am

Saturday

9:25am

STEP

9:50am

BEGINNING YOGA

10:25am

PRENATAL YOGA

GENTLE YOGA 10:30 a.m.

SHALLOW H2O AEROBICS

11:00am

10:55am

CORE PLUS 30min

CARDIO

11:15am

3:30pm CLASSIC 45min

12:00pm

BUTTS & GUTS

12:10pm (45 min)

1:00pm

CLASSIC 45min

GROUP CYCLING

Yoga Classes

Strength/ Energy Yoga 12:10pm

Cycling Classes

BABY & ME YOGA

Water Aerobics Classes located in the pool

1:30pm

Located in Gym

YOGA

5:30pm

RELAXING YOGA

6:00pm

HIGH INTENSITY H2O AEROBICS

6:30pm

CARDIO STEP

HIGH INTENSITY H2O AEROBICS

6:40pm

GROUP CYCLING*

GROUP CYCLING*

7:00pm

DEEP H2O AEROBICS

DEEP H2O AEROBICS

7:40pm

RELAXING YOGA (YIN)

Summer 2014

RIGOUROUS YOGA (YANG)

Located in Multi Use Rooms • 60 minute classes, unless otherwise noted. • Must be 15 years or order to attend class. • Use your annual pass, punch card or pay the daily visit fee. • Reservations for Body Pump, Group Cycling and TRX Group Suspension will be taken 2 days in advance of each class. • Reservations are held until 5 minutes before the start of class and "no shows" will be given away to drop in participants. • First time students, show up 5 minutes early for orientation with the instructor. * These cycling classes go on hiatus from April to October. ** These water aerobics classes move to Lamont Does outdoor pool at NOON after Memorial Day.

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Summer Facilities LaMont Does Pool

LaMont Does Outdoor Pool 500 S. Boulder Road, 303-673-9207

LaMont Does Pool will open at 1 pm on the following Saturdays due to home swim meets; June 21, June 28 and July 12. Private Pool Party Rent the pool for a private pool party from 6-8pm Friday-Sunday. We provide the staff and water, you provide your friends and fun! To reserve a date, call or email Jeff Richards at 303-665-5506 ext. 3456 or jeffr@cityoflafayette.com Resident: $175.00 Non-resident: $225.00

2014 Season of Operation

May 27-May 30: Open Swim 12-4pm May 31-August 24: Open Everyday Aug. 24-Sept. 1: Weekends & Holidays only Aug. 11-15: Swim Fit Schedule during maintenance week Lap Swim: 7:00 am-10:30am M/W/F 7:00 am-12pm Tu/Thurs Shallow Water Aerobics: 10:30 -11:30 am M/W/F Memorial & Independence Day Hours: Lap swim 11:00am-12:00pm; Open swim 12:00-6:00 pm Labor Day HOURS: Lap swim 11:00am-12:00pm; Open swim 12:00-4:00 pm; Dog Days Event 4:00-6:00 pm

Group Reservations If you plan to bring a group of 10 or more to the pool, you can pay the group rate. Please call or email Jeff Richards at 303-665-5506 ext. 3456 or jeffr@cityoflafayette.com to make a reservation. Reservations must be made one week in advance.

LaMont Does Fee Schedule Daily 1 & Under FREE 2-5 $2.00 6-17 $2.50 18-54 $3.50 55 & Older $2.25

20 Punch FREE $32.00 $40.00 $56.00 $36.00

Group Fee * Corporate FREE and Early $1.60 Afternoon $2.00 Passes are not $2.80 eligible for free $1.80 admission

Free Admission

to the LaMont Does Pool with your Annual Pass or use your Bob Burger punch card!*

time

MON

TUES

WEDS

THURS

11am 12pm 1pm 2pm

Open Swim

(12-6pm)

Aerobics/ Lap Swim

Open Swim

Open Swim

(12-6pm)

(1-6pm)

Aerobics/ Lap Swim

Open Swim

FRI

SAT

SUN

Lap Swim

Lap Swim

Lap Swim

Open Swim

Open Swim

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3pm 4pm 5pm 6pm

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Swim Team

Bob L. Burger Recreation Center • 303-665-0469

Pool Parties 6-8pm

Summer 2014


Summer Facilities Waneka Boathouse

WANEKA LAKE BOATHOUSE

Waneka Lake Park Amenities: * * * * * * * * * *

1600 Caria Drive, 303-673-9124

1.2 mile Fitness Trail Fishing Picnic Tables Bird Sanctuary Bar-B-Q Grills Playground Equipment Basketball Court Greenlee Viewing Platform Handicapped Accessable Shelters (Reservations: 303-665-4206)

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Boating Regulations Boat rental is reserved for individuals 12 years or older. All vessel passengers must wear a life jacket. No swimming or wading is allowed in the lake. Only vessels rented at the boathouse are allowed on the lake. Fishing Information All State fishing regulations apply to Waneka Lake. The lake is stocked by the Department of Wildlife. Waneka Lake is stocked with the following fish: Bluegill, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass and Yellow Perch. Boat Description

Rental Rate

Paddleboat; 2 person

$7.00/ 30 minutes

Paddleboat; 4 person

$9.00/ 30 minutes

Canoe

$5.00/ 30 minutes

Fleet Rental

$75/hr; (2 hr minimum)

An ADA paddleboat is available upon request

Fleet Rental Includes 4 paddleboats and 2 canoes. A great way to celebrate a birthday, an anniversary or company party. Reservations required, 2 hour minimum rental. Please email or call Jeff at 303665-5506 ext. 3456 or jeffr@cityoflafayette.com. All fleet rentals must be made by Wednesday for that week.

Summer 2014

2014 Hours of Operation Saturdays / Sundays Only: May 3-18, 2014 September 6-28, 2014 11:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m Fridays through Sundays May 23 - September 1, 2014 4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. - Fridays* 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.- Sat/Sun* *We may close earlier depending on sunset. Additional Days of Operation Memorial Day: Monday May 26th 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Independence Day: Friday July 4th 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Labor Day: Monday September 1st 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Waneka Lake Concert Series: Wednesdays July 16, 23 & 30 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

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Community Events Prescription Drug Take Back APRIL 26, 2014 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Location: Wal-Mart parking lot (SE corner) 745 US Hwy. 287 Lafayette Police will collect expired, unwanted or unused pharmaceuticals and other medications for destruction. Remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from your medicine cabinet and keep them out of landfills and the water supply. Items which cannot be accepted are needles, mercury thermometers, oxygen containers, chemotherapy or radioactive substances, pressurized canisters and illicit drugs. For more information on this event, visit www.cityoflafayette.com/Police.

SPRING CLEAN UP April 28-may 9 Each year the Public Works Dept offers free residential pickup of tree limbs, bagged leaves, and grass. This “green” program requires yard waste to be bagged into compostable bags. Visit www.cityoflafayette.com/SpringCleanUp to view more details and the pickup schedule for your neighborhood. Drop off service is also available at the Service Center 1700 Avalon through May 9.

BIKE RODEO WITH LAFAYETTE POLICE OFFICERs

SATURday, May 10 9:00 AM - 12:00 pm AGES 12 & Under Learn about bicycle safety through a road skills course, helmet fits, bike inspections AND lunch! Bring your bike and safety gear. For more information go to: www. cityoflafayette.com/Police Location: Flatirons Church front parking lot; 355 W. South Boulder Rd. Lafayette Boy Scout Troop #271 Troop #271 is accepting new members. Meetings are conducted every Monday from 6:15-7:45 at JAX Outdoor Gear. Please contact Scoutmaster Marquardt for more details at 720-841-5283 or email dmarquardt@hotmail.com.

grade k-12 Screen-Free Week (formerly TV Turn Off Week) is a nationwide event to reduce sedentary activities and get kids moving. Instead of watching TV or playing video games, kids are encouraged to read, play, think, create, get physically active, and spend more time with friends & family. All participants receive a week’s pass to the Bob Burger Recreation Center. Turn in a completed Activity Log after your screen-free week to earn a book complements of the Lafayette Library! Code

R/NR

Day

Dates

Deadline

414790-A

FREE

Mon - Sun

5/5-5/11

5/4

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Moms Play Free Day

SUNDAY, MAY 11 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Celebrate Mothers Day at the BBRC, where Moms & Grandmothers will receive a FREE admission all day with a child’s paid admission.

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Community Events 2014 Art Night Out MAY thru SEPTEMBER EVERY Third Friday 5-9PM Located along S. Public Road from Cannon to Emma. Join us in Old Town Lafayette every third Friday from MaySeptember for music, art exhibits, beer and wine, kids crafts, food trucks & more! Visit www.cityoflafayette.com/ANO for band schedule and a listing of monthly activities.

REGISTRATION BEGINS 5/30 For Babies thru Adults! Register & log your reading online WIN FUN PRIZES! 775 W. Baseline Rd. 303-665-5200

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kick off to the

r o o d t u o t grea m a r g o r p e adventur May 31, 2014

There’s something about walking on varied terrain, trying something you’ve never tried before, or exploring and discovering nature with friends. Our new Outdoor Adventure program offers a variety of great opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. Learn about the new programs, breath in the fresh air, and take advantage of the awe-inspiring front range. There’s a lot to do, come & find out! Enter the raffle kick off to win!

Location Waneka Lake 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Register at site to Win! Summer 2014

2014 SUMMER READING PROGRAM

KIDS FISHING DERBY with JAX OUTDOOR GEAR AGES 7-14 This free community event will host a kids fishing derby and a learn-to-fish clinic presented by JAX Outdoor Gear. The first 100 youths ages 7-14 to register will receive a free fishing pole. Derby prizes will be awarded for the biggest fish in each age group. Parents - bring your fishing license, or get one at JAX Outdoor gear if you will be fishing. Registration begins at 11:00 a.m. at the event. Questions? Call 720-266-6160. Location: Waneka Lake Boathouse, 1600 Caria Drive R/NR

Day

Time

Date

Free

Sat

12:00-3:00pm

5/31

PICNIC ON THE PLAZA JUNE 4-JULY 23 12-1PM Festival Plaza 311 S. Public Road Enjoy a picnic lunch while listening to live music every Wednesday at Festival Plaza in Old Town Lafayette throughout the summer. In addition to the free entertainment, prizes will be given away to an audience member each week. The Picnic on the Plaza series is hosted by the Lafayette Urban Renewal Authority and features a variety of musical styles including blues, folk, and original songs. Visit www.facebook.com/Lafayette.FestPlaza for more information and for a list of participating bands.

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Community Events

Archery Day at jax outdoor gear Saturday, June 14 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM AGES 6 - Adult Location: JAX Outdoor Gear Store; 900 S. Hwy 287 This free community event will host a day of beginner instruction and discussion of archery and shooting at Jax's outdoor 10 lane range. Instructors with over 50 years of shooting experience will provide instruction and equipment. Questions? Call 720-266-6160 Register at the JAX Outdoor Gear Store beginning June 7.

Celebrate this month by participating in family & kid-friendly activities all July long!

Dads Play Free Day

SUNDAY, JUNE 15 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Bring your Dads and Grandfathers out to celebrate Fathers Day at the BBRC and they receive a FREE admission with a child’s paid admission.

Classic Rock 'N Roll Dance Party We‘ll showcase the rock and roll music you love and you can let your inner Rockstar out. If you’re a fan of rock music and you’re craving lots of fun, come listen to songs from the most amazing rock bands of all time. Enjoy tasting all kinds of chocolate. We’ll supply the DJ and the refreshments. You supply the song requests. Min/Max 30/50 Location: Indian Peaks Golf Course, 2300 Indian Peaks Trail Code

R/NR

439701-1

$20/$26 Fri

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Day

Time

Dates

Deadline

6:308:30pm

7/11

7/1

#JULYOUTISIN WWW.NRPA.ORG/JULY

Take advantage of all the valuable Parks & Recreation resources you have in your very own community! • BOGO Family Day at the BBRC & LaMont Does Pool •Paws on the Path •Other great family events Visit the Recreation website in June for more information and a calendar of FREE activities!

Bob L. Burger Recreation Center • 303-665-0469

www.cityoflafayette.com/JULY

Summer 2014


Community Events Location: 1600 Caria Dr

Free Fireworks show at dusk along with other great activities • Food concessions, beer & wine garden! • 4-8 PM - Free concert • Free Face Painting, Balloon Sculpting & other Kid’s Activities • Free Shuttle service runs 4-10pm from Flatirons Church Visit www.lafayettecolorado.com or call 303-666-9555 to make a fireworks donation. Paws on the Path Let’s do a dog friendly event and put Paws on the Path with a one mile hike, followed by a Best Bark and TailWagging contest. Mingle with your mutt and enjoy some Yappy Hour treats. All dogs must be on leash and comfortable with other dogs! We’ll start and end at the Great Bark Dog Park. Register for this event and we’ll make sure your dog gets something special at the end of the path! Location: Great Park Dog Park 597 N. 119th Street Sponsor: Lafayette Feed & Grain Min/max 20/40 Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Dates

Deadline

439702-1

FREE

Sat

9:0011:00am

7/19

6/27

Summer 2014

S pecial E vents at L a M on T Does Kids’ Public Safety Day

Join the Lafayette Recreation and Police Departments to learn about kids’ public safety. This event will feature demonstrations by the Lafayette Police Department, Lafayette Fire Department and Flight for Life. In addition, other area police agencies will be present. Kids’ Public Safety Day is sure to be to be both fun and educational. Be sure to bring your bathing suit and appetite as free swimming (from 12-2pm) and food will be provided. Due to safety and capacity restrictions, groups of 10+ are not permitted during the free swimming session.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM (Open Swim runs at 12-2 PM) Dog Days of Summer The dog days of summer are here in Lafayette. Bring your furry four-legged friend to the LaMont Does Pool for a dog only swim. Dogs must have current rabies tag. This is the last day of the season for the pool and it has gone to the dogs. Only dogs will be allowed in the pool. LaMont Does Pool is located at 500 S. Boulder Rd.

Monday, September 1, 2014 4:00 - 6:00 PM $5.00 per dog

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Community Events

t r e c n o c summer

Lafayette Recreation’s

series

Wednesdays @ 7:00pm Kory Brunson Band July 9 at Festival Plaza

Reigning in a new area of “Hard Country” a mixture of rock and country we give you Kory Brunson Band. Combining solid singing, playing and songwriting with a high energy polished sound, the band has been asked to perform at numerous military and patriotic events around the country as well as supporting such well known artists as Lynyrd Skynrd, Lonestar, Little Big Town, Chris Cagle and Dierks Bentley.

Rachel & The Rukus July 16 at Waneka Lake

The #1 band on the ReverbNation pop charts for Boulder! Rachel and the Ruckus is a blues rock 'n' soul band you have got to see. The band is tight and talented and Rachel Alena kills it on vocals.

Something Underground July 23 at Waneka Lake

What do you get when you blend harmonizing brothers and crushing songs with a whole lotta love? Denver-based power trio, Something Underground. Rock, reggae and funk are just a few of the vehicles they use to move their audience. Inspired by everyone from The Beatles to Bruno Mars, Something Underground will entertain you with seemingly endless energy, brilliant harmonies, and incredible stage presence.

Hip Pocket July 30 at Waneka Lake

Hip Pocking et is a six piece band delivering a dynamic combination of Dance, Funk, Pop, and Rock & Roll music. The sound of the band includes top notch vocal performances, driving rhythms, and a sizzling saxophone. Their high energy performances have been thrilling audiences all over the Denver metro area.

Locations

Festival Plaza: 311 S. Public Road Waneka Lake: 1600 Caria Drive

Listen to sound clips of the bands on our website: www.cityoflafayette.com/SummerConcerts 18

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Community Events

Get Your Teams Ready! September 27, 2014

The 2014 Lafayette Quest scavenger hunt will be bigger and better! Check our website, like us on Facebook, or watch for details in our Fall 2014 Recreation Guide.

Old Toilet?

Have a business interested in sponsoring or hosting a checkpoint? 80% of Sponsorship Fees will directly provide scholarships and free programs to youth through the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center! Contact debbiew@cityoflafayette.com.

Stop wasting money and water! $80 rebate available If your home was built prior to 1994, you may have a toilet that is wasting water and money!! Receive $80 towards the purchase of a new, more efficient toilet through the City of Lafayette's Toilet Rebate Program! For more details visit www.cityoflafayette.com/ToiletRebate

Questions? Call 303-665-5588 x3373 or email lafayettesaveswater@gmail.com

Summer 2014

unlocking clues to healthy lifestyles

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Youth Programs Seals Swim Team

Lafayette Seals Summer Swim Team Morning Practices: June 2 - July 25, 2014 Come join our t e a m a n d h a v e fun swimming during the summer! Six swim meets are held on Saturday mornings during June through July followed by championship meets. The Lafayette Seals Swim Team has an excellent coaching staff to help you improve your swimming skills. Our team is a recreation team focused on improving swimming ability and having fun. Swimmers must be able to swim two pool lengths of front crawl with proper breathing and stroke form. Fee includes team shirt and swim cap. Participants are responsible to purchase their own suit and goggles. Seals swim team activities and events are largely coordinated by the Lafayette Seals Booster Club. All families will be expected to volunteer for at least 3 swim meets. Visit our website: www.lafayetteseals.com. Mandatory Swim Assessment for all new swimmers: Saturday May 10, 2014 10:00 a.m. Bob L. Burger Recreation Center Mandatory Parents Meeting: Saturday, April 26 10:00 a.m. Lafayette Go Center (103 S. Iowa Ave.) Suit fittings at 10 a.m. Suit orders will be taken, T-shirts and caps will be distributed at parents meeting.

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Evening Practices: May 15 - May 30, 2014 Ages 6-10: 4:00 PM Ages 11-12: 5:00 PM Ages 13-18: 6:00 PM at LaMont Does Swimming Pool Registration begins: 3/14 Registration Deadline: 5/9 $10 late fee per participant after deadline date. No registration will be taken after June 1, 2014 Code

R/NR

Day

Time

437130A 437120A

$145/$155 $145/$155

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

6-7:30am 13-18 7:30-8:30am 11-12

Age

437110A 437105A

$145/$155 $145/$155

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

8:30-9:30am 9-10 9:308& 10:30am under

The Booster Club requires each family pay a $20 first child, $10 each additional child with a maximum of $40 operations fee. This creates a fund to start concessions for the year. All money earned through concessions along with this fee is used to purchase end of the year awards, entry into prelims and finals, ribbons, provide an end of the year banquet and take care of necessities for our swim team participants. Fee will be due at parents meeting. Teen Swim Lessons - Ages 11yrs + This class is for teenagers who want to build confidence in their swimming skills along with other participants their age. Participants will work in a group setting with individualized attention from a certified instructor to help meet your goals. Location: Bob L. Burger Recreation Center Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

433100-A $45/$55 Tues/Thr 5:35-6:05pm Session A: 6/3-26 433100-B $45/$55 Tues/Thr 5:35-6:05pm Session B: 7/8-7/31

Bob L. Burger Recreation Center • 303-665-0469

Summer 2014


Youth Programs Swim Lessons

The purpose of the American Red Cross Swimming and Water Safety program is to teach individuals of different ages and abilities how to swim and be safe in, on and around the water. In a logical progression, the program covers the knowledge and skills needed for aquatic skill development. As participants develop these skills, they will become better swimmers. Our program features American Red Cross certified swim instructors who give personalized attention to each student. The preschool (Dolphin) classes strive for a 4:1 student to instructor ratio and a 5:1 ratio for our Level 1-6 Program. Aqua Babies; 6-24 months Develop a high comfort level in the water while at the same time training parents in water safety and drowning prevention. This class is a fun and confidence building experience. One parent must be in the water with each child. Swim diapers required. 8:1 student-to-instructor ratio. Aqua Tots; 24-36 months Students will learn to float, blow bubbles, put their face in the water independently and be introduced to deeper water. One parent must be in the water with each child. Swim diapers required. 8:1 student-to-instructor ratio. LEVEL

CLASS FOCUS

Dolphin 1

Being in a class setting & going under water independently Floating, breath control underwater &

Front Crawl stroke with breathing & being comfortable in deep water

Floating independently on front and back and forward movement through water

3-5

Improves strokes,

Swim 15 yards with coordinated arm and leg movement

3-5

Dolphin 4 endurance, basic dives & comfort in deep water

Level 1

Being in a class setting & going under water independently

Level 2

Floating, breath control underwater & forward movement in the water

Going underwater without hesitation

6+

Front Crawl, deep water adjustment

Floating on front and back independently

6+

Level 3

Beginner

Child must be ready to 6+ participate in a group setting

Front Crawl with breathing, Front Crawl & comfortable in deep water Advanced elementary backstroke & diving basics Stroke work for 4 competitive strokes plus Swim 15 yards of front crawl Level 4 sidestroke & elementary with breathing backstroke

Level 3

Level 5

Increase swimming efficiency & distance

Swim 25 yards of front crawl with breathing, breaststroke & elementary backstroke

Level 6

Swimming & skill proficiency for a lifetime

Swim 4 competitive strokes plus sidestroke & elementary backstroke efficiently

Summer 2014

Contact Tiara Purcell 303-665-0469 or by email at tiarap@cityoflafayette.com

Child must be ready to 3-5 participate in a group setting

3-5

water

Schedule a 5 minute swim assessment with a certified instructor.

AGE

Going under water without hesitation

Dolphin 2 forward movement in the

Dolphin 3

PRE-REQUISITE

UNSURE WHICH LEVEL YOUR CHILD BELONGS IN?

6+

6+

6+

6+

Private & Semi-Private Swim Lessons The swim instructors at the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center offer fun, exciting and effective private swim lessons to students of all ages and abilities. Lessons can be held for individual swimmers or for a maximum of two swimmers per lesson. They can be arranged to meet your schedule and are 30 minutes in length. To sign up, go online to www.cityoflafayette.com/recreation or contact the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center front desk at 303-665-0469. Class Private Semi-Private 3-Pack Private 3-Pack Semi-Private * per student

Resident $20 $15* $54 $35*

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Non-Resident $25 $18* $69 $45*

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Youth Programs BBRC Swim Lessons

Bob L. Burger Recreation Center Swim Lesson Sessions Session

Dates

Day

Location

R/NR (Class Length)

Session A

6/2-6/12

Mon-Thurs

Recreation Center

$45/$55 (2 weeks)

Session B

6/16-6/26 Mon-Thurs

Recreation Center

$45/$55 (2 weeks)

Session C

7/7-7/17

Mon-Thurs

Recreation Center

$45/$55 (2 weeks)

Session D

7/21-7/31 Mon-Thurs

Recreation Center

$45/$55 (2 weeks)

Session A

6/3-6/26

Tues & Thurs

Recreation Center

$45/$55 (4 weeks)

Session B

7/8-7/31

Tues & Thurs

Recreation Center

$45/$55 (4 weeks)

Session A

6/7-6/28

Saturday

Recreation Center

$25/$30 (4 weeks)

Session B

7/12-8/2

Saturday

Recreation Center

$25/$30 (4 weeks)

Monday - Thursday Mornings (Recreation Center) Time

8-8:30am 8:35-9:05am 9:10-9:40am 9:45-10:15am

Classes / Codes

Aqua Tot 433705 Dolphin 2 433721 Aqua Babies 433700 Dolphin 1 433712

Dolphin 433710 Dolphin 433731 Dolphin 433711 Dolphin 433722

1 3 1 2

Dolphin 2 433720 Level 2 433820 Level 1 433810 Dolphin 3 433732

Dolphin 3 433730 Level 3 Adv 433835 Level 3 Beg 433831 Level 2 433821

Dolphin 4 433740 Level 4 433840 Level 4 433841 Level 3 Adv 433836

Level 3 Beg 433830 Level 5 433850 Level 6 433860 Dolphin 4 433741

Dolphin 4 433340 Level 3 Beg 433431 Dolphin 1 433312 Dolphin 4 433341

Dolphin 1 433310 Dolphin 2 433321 Level 3 Beg 433432 Dolphin 3 433332

Tuesday/Thursday Evenings (Recreation Center) Time

Classes / Codes

4:15-4:45pm

Aqua Tot 433305

Dolphin 2 433320 Level 2 433420

4:55-5:25pm

Dolphin 1 433311

Dolphin 3 433330 Level 1 433410

5:35-6:05pm

Aqua Babies 433300 Dolphin 2 433322

Dolphin 3 433331 Level 3 Adv 433435 Level 2 433421 Level 5 433450

6:15-6:45pm

Level 3 Beg 433430 Level 4 433440 Level 4 433441 Level 6 433460

Saturday Mornings (Recreation Center) Time

Classes / Codes

9:15-9:45am

Dolphin 1 433510 Level 1 433610

Level 3 Beg 433630 Level 5 433650

Aqua Babies 433500

9:55-10:25am

Dolphin 1 433511 Dolphin 2 433520

Level 2 433620

Dolphin 4 433540

10:35-11:05am

Dolphin 2 433521 Dolphin 3 433530

Level 3 Beg 433631 Level 6 433660

Level 2 433621

11:15-11:45am

Dolphin 1 433512 Dolphin 2 433522

Dolphin 3 433531

Aqua Tots 433505

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Level 3 Adv 433635

Level 4 433640

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Youth Programs

LaMont Does Swim Lessons

LaMont Does Pool Swim Lesson Sessions Session

Dates

Day

Location

R/NR (Class Length)

Session A

6/2-6/12

Mon-Thurs

LaMont Does Pool

$45/$55 (2 weeks)

Session B

6/16-6/26

Mon-Thurs

LaMont Does Pool

$45/$55 (2 weeks)

Session C

7/7-7/17

Mon-Thurs

LaMont Does Pool

$45/$55 (2 weeks)

Session D

7/21-7/31

Mon-Thurs

LaMont Does Pool

$45/$55 (2 weeks)

Monday - Thursday Mornings (LaMont Does Pool) Time

Classes / Codes

9:10-9:40am

Dolphin 1 437710

Dolphin 2 437720

9:45-10:15am

Level 1 437810

Dolphin 3 437730

10:20-10:50am

Dolphin 1 437711

Dolphin 2 437721

Dolphin 4 437740

10:55-11:25am

Dolphin 2 437722

Level 2 437820

Level 3 Beg 437830

Level 4 437840

Level 5 437850

11:30am-12pm

Dolphin 3 437731

Dolphin 4 437741

Level 3 Adv 437835

Level 4 437841

Level 6 437860

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Outdoor Lesson Notice Lessons will proceed at LaMont Does Pool unless heavy rain or lightning conditions exist. If lessons in cool or rainy weather are unappealing, consider registering for sessions held at the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center, our indoor facility. No refunds or make up lessons will be offered unless lessons are cancelled due to heavy rain or lightning.

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Youth Programs T-Ball

Registration Deadlines:

Summer Youth Baseball/Softball Wednesday, 5/28 Summer Pee-Wee/ Tiny T-ball Friday, 6/6 Youth Flag Football Wednesday, 8/6 Youth Fall Soccer Wednesday, 7/30 Fall Pee-Wee/Tiny Soccer Friday, 8/29 Tiny T-Ball (Co-Ed) 4 yrs Tiny T-Ball is for the smallest of ball players. Must be 4 years old before 7/31 (age deadline firm). This instructional program will stress the most basic skills of throwing, catching, hitting and running bases. Parents are strongly encouraged to attend practice and help out. Location: City Park Ballfields. Registration Deadline: Friday, 6/6 or when full! Space is limited! Two teams per section, sign up for Section A or B. To be on the same team, participants sign up for the same section. Code

R/NR

Day

436030 $38/$48 Mon

Time

Date

Sec.

9-9:45am

6/9-7/14

A or B A or B

436031 $38/$48 Wed 9-9:45am

6/11-7/16

436032 $38/$48 Fri

9-9:45am

6/13-7/21* A or B

436033 $38/$48 Fri

9:45-10:30am 6/13-7/21* A or B

436034 $38/$48 Fri

10:3011:15am

6/13-7/21* A or B

We need volunteer

coaches! Our sports programs rely on volunteers to coach youth teams.

The Recreation Staff provides coaches training and an understanding of the basic skills your players should be taught. All it takes is a willingness and interest in helping children. You’ll be glad you did!

Interested or have questions? Contact Kris Kron at 303-665-0469 or krisk@cityoflafayette.com

*No class 7/4, makeup 7/21

Pee Wee T-Ball (Co-Ed) 5-6 yrs This instructional program is open to boys and girls 5 and 6 years of age, determined as of 7/31. The program stresses T-Ball fundamentals. The season is based on a six-week practice and three-game schedule the last three weeks of the season. While every effort will be made to make up cancellations, the full session is not guaranteed. Location: City Park Ballfields. Registration Deadline: Friday, 6/6 or when full! Two teams per section, sign up for Section A or B. To be on the same team, participants must sign up for the same section. Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

Sec.

436040

$43/$53

Mon/Wed

9:45-10:30am

6/9-7/18

A or B

436041

$43/$53

Tue/Thr

9:45-10:30am

6/10-7/18 A or B

436042

$43/$53

Mon/Wed

4:30-5:15pm

6/9-7/18

A or B

436043

$43/$53

Mon/Wed

5:15-6pm

6/9-7/18

A or B

436044

$43/$53

Mon/Wed

6-6:45pm

6/9-7/18

A or B

436045

$43/$53

Tue/Thr

4:30-5:15pm

6/10-7/18 A or B

436046

$43/$53

Tue/Thr

5:15-6pm

6/10-7/18 A or B

436047

$43/$53

Tue/Thr

6-6:45pm

6/10-7/18 A or B

Games: Fridays - 7/11, 7/12 (am) 7/18

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Youth Programs Baseball, Soccer

BASEBall, Softball & SLOWPITCH 7-11 yrs

NON-RESiDENT REGISTRATION DATES for FALL SOCCER

(age determined as of 7/30/2014)

The Baseball/Softball program is an instructional program for boys and girls 9-11 years old who are progressing from softpitch, as well as players not ready for live pitch baseball. This division uses a pitching machine to help kids make the transition to baseball and softball. The emphasis will be placed on participation and fun while focusing on skill development. Softpitch is designed as a co-ed introductory league for those progressing from T-ball into pitched ball for the first time using a pitching machine. The ball will travel slower to allow for more success. A great way to introduce the sport! Practices will be once or twice per week in the evenings. The season is based on a seven-game schedule with every effort to make up cancellations. Volunteer coaches are needed! If interested call 303-665-0469. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, 5/28. A $10.00 late fee will be charged to anyone who signs up after the registration deadline. Location: Local parks and schools. Mandatory Skills Assessment Sat., 5/31 at City Park SOFTPITCH (A-H) 8:30-9am BASEBALL

(I-Q) 9-9:30am

(A-L) 10:00-10:30am SOFTBALL

(R-Z) 9:30-10am

(M-Z) 10:30-11:00am

(A-Z) 11:15am-12:00pm

R/NR

436130-A

$48/$58 7-8 yr old Softpitch (co-ed)

436132-A

436134-A

Age/Div

Date

Game Dates

6/9-7/25 6/24-7/26

weekday pm & Saturday am

$48/$58 9-11 yr old 6/9-7/25 6/24-7/26 Baseball weekday pm & (male) Saturday am $48/$58 9-11 yr old 6/9-7/25 6/24-7/26 Softball weekday pm & (female) Saturday am

Game dates: June 23-July 25, weekday evenings

Non-resident walk-in registration begins on Monday, June 16. Tiny Tyke Soccer 3 yrs (age as of Oct. 30, 2014) Having trouble keeping the 3-year-old on the sideline? Here is your chance to turn them loose and use some of that abundant energy. The City of Lafayette Recreation Department will be offering a soccer program for the little ones that just can’t wait. Instructors Pancho Hansen and Karen Logan will teach the very basics of the sport of soccer. A guardian must be present at all times. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, 8/29 or when full. Hurry, space is limited! Fee includes t-shirt. Two teams per section, sign up for Section A or B. To be on the same team participants must sign up for the same section. Location: City Park.

Coaches meeting: Tue., June 3, 6pm Location: Bob Burger Recreation Center Code

Non-resident soccer registration begins Monday, June 9 for dropoff mail-in and on-line registration (forms may be dropped off or mailed in before this date but all will be processed on June 9).

Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

Sec.

446000 $38/$48 Fri

3:30-4:15pm

9/510/10

A or B

446001 $38/$48 Fri

4:15-5:00 pm

9/510/10

A or B

446002 $38/$48 Mon

10:3011:15am

9/810/13

A or B

9/310/8

A or B

446003 $38/$48 Wed 10:3011:15am

See page 27 for Summer Youth Sports Camps Summer 2014

www.cityoflafayette.com/recreation

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Youth Programs Soccer

Pee Wee Soccer 4-5 yrs (age as of Oct. 30, 2014) Pee Wee soccer is open to boys and girls ages 4-5 years who are looking for a non-competitive activity. The program will stress the instruction of soccer fundamentals with the emphasis on FUN and participation. All games will be played the last three weeks of the season. The season is based on a sixweek and three-game schedule and while every effort will be made to make up cancellations the full session is not guaranteed.

Fall Boys/Girls Soccer U7-U12 Stressing participation, development of skills and enjoyment, boys and girls ages 6-12 are encouraged to get involved. Practices will be twice per week, games on Saturdays. Age and division is determined by the chart below. Shin guards are required.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, 8/29 or when full! Fee includes t-shirt. Two teams per section, sign up for Section A or B. To be on the same team participants must sign up for the same section. Skill levels are used as guidelines only. Instructors: Pancho Hansen and Karen Logan. Practice & Game Location: City Park Fields.

Game locations: City Park, Peak to Peak with some games held in Louisville. Practice locations: Local Lafayette Parks VOLUNTEER COACHES are needed for this program.

Beginning (for participants who have never played and those coming out of 3-year-old Tiny Tyke soccer)

Mandatory skills assessment: Sat 8/2 at City Park

Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

Sec.

446010 $43/$53 Mon/ Wed

11:1512pm

9/310/11

A or B

446011 $43/$53 Mon/ Wed

4:15-5pm

9/310/11

A or B

446012 $43/$53 Tue/Thr

2-2:45pm

9/210/11

A or B

446013 $43/$53 Tue/Thr

3:304:15pm

9/210/11

A or B

Intermediate (for participants with some experience) Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

Sec.

446015

$43/$53

Mon/ Wed

5-5:45pm 9/310/11

A or B

446016

$43/$53

Mon/ Wed

3:304:15pm

9/310/11

A or B

446017

$43/$53

Tue/ Thr

2:453:30pm

9/210/11

A or B

446018

$43/$53

Tue/ Thr

4:15-5pm 9/210/11

A or B

446019

$43/$53

Tue/ Thr

5-5:45pm 9/210/11

A or B

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, 7/30. A $10 late fee will be charged to all registrations after the deadline.

Coaches meeting: Tuesday, Aug. 5, 6 pm Location: Bob L. Burger Recreation Center

U7 Boys (A-L) 9:00am

U7 Boys (M-Z) 9:15am

U7 Girls (A-L) 9:30am

U7 Girls (M-Z) 9:45am

U9 Boys (A-L) 10:00am

U9 Boys (M-Z) 10:15am

U9 Girls (A-L) 10:30am

U9 Girls (M-Z) 10:45am

U12 Boys 11:00am

U12 Girls 11:15am

Code

R/NR

446100-A $48/$58

Day

Dates

U7 Boys

8/18-10/18

446101-A $48/$58

U7 Girls

8/18-10/18

446102-A $48/$58

U9 Boys

8/18-10/18

446103-A $48/$58

U9 Girls

8/18-10/18

446104-A $48/$58

U12 Boys

8/18-10/18

446105-A $48/$58

U12 Girls

8/18-10/18

Game Dates: Saturdays, 9/6-10/18

AGE GROUPS Division Birth Dates U7-----------------------------------------------8/1/07-4/30/09 U9-----------------------------------------------8/1/05-7/31/07 U12----------------------------------------------8/1/02-7/31/05

Games: Friday evenings & Saturday mornings Sept. 26/26, Oct. 3/4, Oct. 10/11

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Youth Programs Sports Camps

Pancho Hansen Youth Soccer Camps 4-11 YRS This camp is being offered for boys and girls interested in gearing up for the fall soccer season. Each camp will run for 5 days and will offer groups for different ages. The camp will be directed by Francisco “Pancho� Hansen (a minimum of 10 kids per group). Fee includes t-shirt. Location: City Park Ballfields. Code

R/NR

Age Day

Time

Date

436020-A

$35/$45 4-5

Mon-Fri 910:30am

6/9-6/13

436021-A

$48/$58 6-8

Mon-Fri 9-11am

6/166/20

436022-A

$48/$58 9-11 Mon-Fri 9-11am

6/236/27

Ages R/NR

Baseball

6-12

Sports

Please visit Hustle Sports at www.hustlesports.com for lacrosse related questions. Camp held at LaMont Does Park. Ages Time

R/NR

436200-A M-Thr

8-17 9am12pm

$99/$109 6/23-6/26

436200-B M-Thr

8-17 9am12pm

$99/$109 7/21-7/24

Summer 2014

Sports

Dates Location

Times

$124/$134 6/166/20

City Park

9am12pm

$124/$134 7/147/18

Lafayette 9amElementary 12pm

In Louisville:

Learn to play the fastest growing sport in America by signing up for the Lafayette lacrosse camps. These camps are great for beginners who want to learn lacrosse as well as experienced players who want to perfect their skills. Our talented instructors will teach an exciting week of skills, drills, games, along with plenty of fun and excitement. No previous experience necessary. We provide all equipment needed. Please bring water to drink and a great attitude. Kids will be split into age-appropriate groups depending upon the number registered.

Course

In Lafayette:

Basketball 5-8

*Lafayette Lacrosse Camps 8-17 YRS

Code

*SKYHAWKS - Sports Programs for Kids! Lafayette Recreation Department in cooperation with Louisville Parks and Recreation and the Skyhawks Sports Group is again presenting summer sports camps for kids. The following camps are available this summer:

Date

Ages R/NR

Dates Location

Times

Mini-Hawk 4-7

$124/$134 6/26/6

Heritage Park 9am12pm

Basketball 6-12

$124/$134 6/236/27

Louisville Elem. 9amSchool 12pm

Volleyball 7-12

$124/$134 6/96/13

Louisville Elem. 9amSchool 12pm

Mini-Hawk 4-7

$124/$134 6/307/3

Heritage Park 9am12pm

Football

$124/$134 7/217/25

Cottonwood 9amPark 12pm

Mini-Hawk 4-7

$124/$134 7/288/1

Heritage Park 9am12pm

Snag Golf 5-8

$124/$134 7/288/1

Community Park

6-12

9am12pm

For more information and a list of what to bring, visit www.skyhawks.com or call 1-800-804-3509. All participants will receive: - Quality instruction - One free sport ball - One free t-shirt - New skills, friends, fun & games - Personal player evaluation (except mini-hawk) To register please pick up a form at the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center in Lafayette - registration is done through Skyhawks. For more information call Lafayette Recreation Department (Kris Kron) at 303-665-0469.

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Youth Programs Tennis

*Youth Tennis Lessons All youth tennis lesson participants must bring a racquet, water and a can of tennis balls to the first lesson. Class sizes will range from four to eight participants and all sessions are conducted in three-week intervals. For tennis-related information, Donahue at 303-547-7177.

contact

Steven

Spring Session I - Days: Mon and Wed Code

Course

Ages R/NR

Time

Date

Summer Session III - Days: Mon and Wed Code

Ages

R/NR

Time

Date

436070-C Tiny Tots

Course

4-6

$70/$80

11:0011:30am

7/14-7/30

436075-C Youth Beg.

7-11

$70/$80

11:30am- 7/14-7/30 12:20pm

416070-A Tiny Tots

4-6

$70/$80 3:455/5-5/21 4:15pm

436076-C Youth Beg.

12-15

$70/$80

12:201:10pm

7/14-7/30

416075-A Youth Beginner

7-15

$70/$80 4:205/5-5/21 5:10pm

436077-C Youth Beg.

7-15

$70/$80

5:306:20pm

7/14-7/30

416080-A Youth Adv. 7-15 Beginner

$70/$80 5:155/5-5/21 6:05pm

43608-0C Youth Adv. Beginner

7-15

$70/$80

6:207:10pm

7/14-7/30

Summer Session IV - Days: Mon and Wed

Summer Session I - Days: Mon and Wed Code

Course

Ages R/NR

Time

Date

436070-A Tiny Tots

4-6

$70/$80 11:006/211:30am 6/18

436075-A Youth Beg.

7-11

$70/$80 11:30am- 6/212:20pm 6/18

436076-A Youth Beg.

12-15 $70/$80 12:201:10pm

6/26/18

436077-A Youth Beg.

7-15

$70/$80 5:306:20pm

6/26/18

436080-A Youth Adv. Beginner

7-15

$70/$80 6:207:10pm

6/26/18

Summer Session II - Days: Mon and Wed Code

Course

436070-B Tiny Tots

Ages

R/NR

Time

Date

4-6

$70/$80 11:006/2311:30am 7/9

Code

Course

Ages

R/NR

Time

Date

436070-D Tiny Tots

4-6

$70/$80

3:454:15pm

8/11-8/27

436075-D Youth Beg.

7-15

$70/$80

4:205:10pm

8/11-8/27

436080-D Youth Adv. Beginner

7-15

$70/$80

5:156:05pm

8/11-8/27

*CARA Youth Tennis Team The Lafayette CARA Tennis Team is a place to work on your skills and learn to play matches in a non-competitive environment. Matches are played against teams from other districts in the Denver metro area on Friday mornings. CARA Tennis is open to participants between 8-18 and beginner to intermediate skill. All participants receive a team shirt. Racquet and new can of balls required.

436075-B Youth Beg. 7-11

$70/$80 11:30am- 6/2312:20pm 7/9

436076-B Youth Beg. 12-15

$70/$80 12:201:10pm

6/237/9

436077-B Youth Beg. 7-15

$70/$80 5:306:20pm

6/237/9

436085-A Mon/ Wed

8-12

436080-B Youth Adv. 7-15 Beginner

$70/$80 6:207:10pm

6/237/9

436087-A Mon/ Wed

13-18 $139/$149 8:159:30am

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Practices held at LaMont Does Park. Code

Bob L. Burger Recreation Center • 303-665-0469

Course Ages

R/NR

Time

Date

$139/$149 9:356/910:50am 7/30 6/97/30

Summer 2014


Youth Programs Flag Football, Karate

Youth Flag Football Again this fall, Lafayette and Louisville are combining to offer youth flag football. Practices will begin the week of August 18 and will be held locally. Games will begin September 5 and some travel to Louisville for games will be required. Age as of 10/30. Registration deadline: Wednesday, 8/6 Coaches needed, please call 303-665-0469. Mouthpiece is required. Games at LaMont Does Park/Louisville Sports Complex. Coaches meeting: Thursday, Aug. 7, 6:30 pm Skills assessment: Thursday, Aug. 7 at City Park Fields Please attend the appropriate time for skills assessment to prevent long wait times. 6-8 years (A-L) 5:00pm

6-8 years (M-Z) 5:15pm

9-11 years (A-L) 5:30pm

9-11 years (M-Z) 5:45pm

12-13 years (A-Z) 6:00pm Code

R/NR

Age/Div

Date

446150

$48/$58

6-8 yr old

8/18-10/17

446152

$48/$58

9-11 yr old

8/18-10/17

446154

$48/$58

12-13 yr old

8/18-10/17

Game Dates: Fridays, 9/5-10/17

Beginner Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

412030-E

$42/$52

Tue/Thr

3:30-4:15pm

5/6-5/29

432030-A

$42/$52

Tue/Thr

3:30-4:15pm

6/3-6/26*

432030-B

$42/$52

Tue/Thr

3:30-4:15pm

7/8-7/31*

Intermediate Code

R/NR

Day

412031-E

$47/$57

Tue/Thr 4:15-5:30pm

5/6-5/29

Date

432031-A

$47/$57

Tue/Thr 4:15-5:30pm

6/3-6/26*

432031-B

$47/$57

Tue/Thr 4:15-5:30pm

7/8-7/31*

*Note: Classes starting June 1 will be held in racquetball court. Summer 2014

Lady Warriors Fastpitch Softball: Ages 10-18 Teams play from April-July and practice indoors January-April. 8-12 tournaments are held in and out of state. Try-outs are held the first 2 weekends of August. www.ladywarriors.com Lafayette Bobcat Football: Boys 8-13 This is a full-contact competitive league. Registration begins after Memorial Day (packets available at the BBRC). Practices begin mid-Aug. Call 303-506-7086 or www.lafayettebobcats.com Trebol Soccer Club: Various ages Offers developmental, intermediate, and competitive teams and includes tournament play. Annual costs range from $218-$310. Call 720-876-2237 or www.trebolsoccer.org Coal Creek Little League Baseball: Boys/girls ages 6-14 Evaluations are held late February with practice beginning Mid-March. Registration online at www.ccllbaseball.org. Call 303-926-7490.

*Karate- Shudokan-Style 5 and up Instructor Jim Kaus is a Black Belt in Shudokan style Karate and has been teaching at the Bob Burger Recreation Center for over 15 years. The beginner class will teach basic fundamentals of Shudokan style while the intermediate class will advance to more experienced areas including belt training (if desired).

Time

Other Local Sports Programs

National Sports Center for the Disabled Soccer League Ambulatory boys and girls aged 7-18. Developed in partnership with the US Paralympics to encourage participation by individuals with physical disabilities. Contact Linda Wright at lwjames@comcast.net or 303-725-0745.

seasons

Change call our WEATHER HOT LINE 303-665-0468 ext. 3

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Youth Programs Fitness

The Sizzler - Fun Run For Kids This event is open to kids 3-14 years old. Participants will be divided into the following age groups: 3 year olds...............30 yd. dash

4-5 yr olds..............100 yd. dash 6-7 yr olds..............220 yd. dash

8-9 yr olds..............440 yd. dash 10 and up...............880 yd. dash

The entry fee includes ribbons and refreshments. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED! BE ON TIME! Location: Peak to Peak Track. Ribbons awarded to all participants. Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

436500-A

$3/$8

Fri

9am SHARP! 6/27

“Try”-Athlon for Kids 6-11 yrs Participants will be divided into age groups accordingly the day of the event. This is a very basic triathlon that will involve riding a bike (any bike is ok), running around the park, and swimming in the outdoor pool. The entry fee includes ribbons and refreshments. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED! BE ON TIME! Location: LaMont Does Park - Meet at the Pavilion. Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

436502-A $10/$15* Fri 11am 7/11 * Registration also includes admission into LaMont Does Pool for open swim following event.

Youth Weight Room Orientations & ID Policy Ages 15-17 years. In an effort to provide the opportunity to safely enjoy our weight and fitness equipment, orientations for youth between the ages of 15 and 17 years are required. This brief orientation, along with a weight room ID card, is a service offered by the Recreation Center at no charge beyond paid admission to the center. To guarantee an orientation spot, please call for an appointment. Fitness attendant hours: Monday; 5-6:30 p.m. or by appointment

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Youth Weight Training; 12+ yrs Great way to develop a fitness routine This class is designed to teach the basics in fitness. Taught by qualified instructors at the Recreation Center, participants will utilize free weights, selectorized and cardiovascular machines as well as learn weight room etiquette and safety. The BBRC will waive the policy of 15 and older age limit for the class only. Location: Recreation Center. BeGINNER Class Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

412040-D

$55/$65

Tue/Thr

4-5pm

4/8-5/1

412040-E

$55/$65

Tue/Thr

4-5pm

5/6-5/29

432040-A

$55/$65

Tue/Thr

4-5pm

6/3-6/26

432040-B

$55/$65

Tue/Thr

4-5pm

7/8-7/31

Day

Time

Date

Intermediate Class Code

R/NR

412041-D

$55/$65

Tue/Thr

5-6pm

4/8-5/1

412041-E

$55/$65

Tue/Thr

5-6pm

5/6-5/29

432041-A

$55/$65

Tue/Thr

5-6pm

6/3-6/26

432041-B $55/$65 Tue/Thr 5-6pm 7/8-7/31 Participants successfully completing this class may use the Weight Room Monday - Friday from 4:00-5:00 p.m. only with the daily admission.

Parent/Youth Workout Times Parents and youth are now welcome to work out together. This includes use of weight room, cardiovascular equipment and track. Work out anytime, except Monday through Thursday, 5-7:30 p.m. Rules ARE AS FOLLOWS: • Child must be 12 years or older. • Parent and child must be working out together with the parent supervising their child’s workout. • Parent and child must come in together to do a weight room orientation with a weight room supervisor before beginning workouts on their own. This service is free of charge and by appointment only. Requires paid admission. • Child will receive a Parent/Youth weight room ID, at no additional charge, following the orientation. • Use of the facility is a privilege and can be revoked at any time should parent and youth not adhere to the rules.

Bob L. Burger Recreation Center • 303-665-0469

Summer 2014


Youth Programs Fitness

*JumpBunch Sports & Fitness for Parent-Tot 15-36 months This program introduces toddlers to a wide range of sports and fitness activities while developing their fine/gross motor skills, coordination, balance and so much more! Each week, we will introduce the children to a different sport or fitness activity and allow them to interact with all the equipment so they get a great hands-on experience! This class is great for the busy parent who is looking to spend some quality time with their child, as well as, the stay-at-home parent who wants to get their child out of the house and into an educational, social environment. Location: Racquetball Court Day

Time

Date

Time

Date

No Class

4:15-5pm 5/19-6/30

5/26

434251-B

$60/$70

Mon

4:15-5pm 7/7-8/18

8/11

434251-C $50/$60

Mon

4:15-5pm 8/25-10/6

9/1

$54/$64 Mon 9-9:30 am 5/19-6/30

5/26

434252-B

$54/$64 Mon 9-9:30 am 7/7-8/18

8/11 9/1

*JumpBunch Sports & Fitness for Preschoolers 3-6 yrs This program gives preschool children a hands-on, age-appropriate introduction to a wide range of sports in a fun, safe, non-competitive environment. We are not trying to create athletic “stars”. Our goal is to provide a friendly introduction to sports while building coordination, self-esteem and encouraging healthy habits early. JumpBunch uses an approach that integrates the physical and mental aspects of each lesson; children have a chance to see, touch and experience each sport. Each week we teach a different sport or fitness activity activity! This summer we will learn football, basketball, hockey, soccer, track and field, and many others! Location: Gym Code

R/NR

434250-A

$60/$70 Mon 3:30-4:15pm 5/19-6/30 5/26

434250-B

$60/$70 Mon 3:30-4:15pm 7/7-8/18

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8/11

434250-C $60/$70 Mon 3:30-4:15pm 8/25-10/6 9/1

Summer 2014

Day Mon

434252-A

Date

R/NR

434251-A $60/$70

R/NR

Day Time

Code

No Class

Code

434252-C $54/$64 Mon 9-9:30 am 8/25-10/6

*JumpBunch - Sports & Fitness for School Agers 5-11 yrs Inspired by NBC's hit TV show "Minute to Win It," students will participate individually, in pairs or in teams, in a series of 60-second challenges designed to encourage growth in critical thinking, ingenuity, and teamwork, as well as, fine and gross motor skills, balance, agility and timing. These games are created with school agers in mind, and provide your kids plenty of opportunities to succeed and improve their skills over time. And the best part, these challenges are outrageously fun! We have over 50 challenges for the kids and will complete 3-5 of them per/class. Location: Gym

(excludes parts)

776 W Baseline Rd., Suite A · Lafayette, CO 80026

720-328-3340 www.foxtrotwheel.com

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Youth Programs Fitness

”Dances with Branches” / Recreation Tree Climbing 7+yrs Tree Climbing Colorado and its instructors provide all equipment and instruction. Please see page 53 for full description Children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian throughout event. Please arrive promptly. No drop-offs. Great activity for families & single adults. Location: Waneka Lake Park Code 438950-A 438950-B 438950-C 438950-D 438950-E

R/NR $35/$45 $35/$45 $35/$45 $35/$45 $34/$45

Day Sun Sun Sun Sun Sun

Time 12:30-3:00pm 12:30-3:00pm 12:30-3:00pm 12:30-3:00pm 12:30-3:00pm

Date 4/6 5/4 6/1 7/6 8/3

*Family Yoga 3-8 yrs Enjoy a relaxing and fun class with your child through yoga, interactive songs, and stories. Yoga enhances flexibility, strength, coordination, and body awareness as well as a child’s focus and ability to calm themselves. We’ll combine yoga poses, song, dance, stories, and end with a restful period where you and your child can cuddle together or relax separately. Code

R/NR

Day

411315-D

$21/$31 Sun

431315-A

$28/$38 Sun

431315-B

$28/$38 Sun

431315-C $28/$38 Sun 431315-D

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Time

Date

No Class

9:3010:15am 9:3010:15am 9:3010:15am 9:3010:15am 9:3010:15am

4/64/27 5/45/25 6/16/22 6/297/20 7/278/31

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Yoga camp 6-10 yrs During yoga children exercise, play, connect more deeply with the inner self, and develop an intimate relationship with the natural world that surrounds them. Weaving yoga poses, songs, stories, music, and mindfulness breathing techniques your child will tune into their natural flexibility and ability to calm themselves in any situation. Location: Starkey Building, 309 S Public Road

New!

Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

No Class

435900-A

$72/$82

Mon

435900-B

$72/$82

Mon

10am12pm 2pm4pm

6/97/28 6/97/28

6/23 7/21 6/23 7/21

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Youth Programs Gymnastics

Gymnastics Strength, flexibility, body awareness and confidence are emphasized in this recreational gymnastics program. Since classes are progressive, your child must have completed the previous level and mastered all skills taught or obtain permission from the gymnastics instructor to move to the next level. Parents must accompany their child to the first class for a brief orientation meeting. *Please note: Gymnastics classes are held in the gym and on occasion may be moved to the racquetball court.

New! gym babies walking to 2 1/2 yrs Gym Babies is a fun introduction to artistic and rhythmic gymnastics equipment. Parents assist their little ones as they explore their rapidly growing physical abilities. Code

R/NR

Day Time

431260-A 431260-B

$42/$52 Thur 9:00-9:30am $42/$52 9:00-9:30am

5/29-6/26 7/17-8/21 8/14

431261-A

$42/$52 Sat

5/31-6/28

9:00-9:30am

Date

No Class

Parent & Tot 2½-3yrs Parent assists his or her child in the basic skills of gymnastics. Body awareness and control, coordination and balance are emphasized through a fun gymnastics experience. Code

R/NR

Day Time

Date

No Class

431200-A $42/$52 Thr 431200-B $42/$52

10:45-11:30am 5/29-6/26 10:45-11:30am 7/17-8/21 8/14

431201-A $42/$52 Fri 431201-B $42/$52

9:45-10:30am 9:45-10:30am

5/30-6/27 7/18-8/22 8/15

431202-A $42/$52 Sat

9:45-10:30am

5/31-6/28

4-5 Year Olds While “working out” in the areas of tumbling, bars, balance beam and vault, preschool age children develop body control and awareness in this introductory class. Parents will be welcomed back into the gym for the last five minutes of each class. Code

Time

Date

431210-A $42/$52 Tue 431210-B $42/$52

3:30-4:15pm 3:30-4:15pm

5/27-6/24 7/15-8/19 8/12

431211-A $42/$52 Thr 431211-B $42/$52

9:45-10:30am 9:45-10:30am

5/29-6/26 7/17-8/21 8/14

431212-A $42/$52 Fri 431212-B $42/$52 431213-A $42/$52 Sat

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R/NR

Day

No Class

Level I 6-9 yrs Emphasis is placed on tumbling to gain strength and coordination for progression to work on equipment. Parents will be welcomed back into the gym for the last five minutes of each class. Code

R/NR

Day Time

Date

No Class

431220-A $54/$64 Tue 431220-B $54/$64

4:30-5:30 pm 5/27-6/24 4:30-5:30 pm 7/15-8/19 8/12

431221-A $54/$64 Sat

11:45am12:45pm

5/31-6/28

Level II 6-9 yrs These classes focus on skills in all areas of gymnastics, that are more complex than level 1. Students must have instructor permission to participate in Level 2 classes. Parents will be welcomed back into the gym for the last five minutes of each class. Code

R/NR

Day Time

10:45-11:30am 5/30-6/27 10:45-11:30am 7/18-8/22 8/15

431230-A 431230-B

$54/$64 Tue $54/$64

5:45-6:45 pm 5/27-6/24 5:45-6:45 pm 7/15-8/19 8/12

10:45-11:30am 5/31-6/28

431231-A

$54/$64 Sat

1:00-2:00pm

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Date

No Class

5/31-6/28

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Youth Programs Preschool Camp

preschool summer fun Camp 3-5yrs

Summer Fun camp is a natural extension of the preschool experience. Camp is lead by experienced staff who will prepare play-based activities to entice young imaginations!

New!

this summER your preschooler can spend the day with friends exploring new adventures (Please send a non perishable lunch with your child).

Code

Theme

Day

Time

Date

R/NR

No Camp

431930-A

Nature Expedition

M-F

8:30am-12pm

6/9-6/13

$96/$106

431931-A

Nature Expedition

M-F

8:30am-3:30pm (NEW)

6/9-6/13

$193/$203

431930-B

Construct and Invent

M-F

8:30am-12pm

6/16-6/20

$96/$106

431931-B

Construct and Invent

M-F

8:30am-3:30pm (NEW)

6/16-6/20

$193/$203

431930-C

World Fair

M-F

8:30am-12pm

6/23-6/27

$96/$106

431931-C

World Fair

M-F

8:30am-3:30pm (NEW)

6/23-6/27

$193/$203

431930-D

Splash!

M-Th

8:30am-12pm

6/30-7/3

$77/$87

7/4

431931-D

Splash!

M-Th

8:30am-3:30pm (NEW)

6/30-7/3

$154/$164

7/4

431930-E

Magic of Science

M-F

8:30am-12pm

7/7-7/11

$96/$106

431931-E

Magic of Science

M-F

8:30am-3:30pm (NEW)

7/7-7/11

$193/$203

431930-F

Biggest Pet Shop

M-F

8:30am-12pm

7/14-7/18

$96/$106

431931-F

Biggest Pet Shop

M-F

8:30am-3:30pm (NEW)

7/14-7/18

$193/$203

431930-G

Gardening

M-F

8:30am-12pm

7/21-7/25

$96/$106

431931-G

Gardening

M-F

8:30am-3:30pm (NEW)

7/21-7/25

$193/$203

431930-H

Infinity and Beyond

M-F

8:30am-12pm

7/28-8/1

$96/$106

431931-H

Infinity and Beyond

M-F

8:30am-3:30pm (NEW)

7/28-8/1

$193/$203

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Youth Programs General Interest

For questions, call 303-817-9654 or harmonysact@hotmail.com *art of lego's 4-8 yrs This is not like any other Lego camp! In this great art camp kids will make and take home a Lego creation each day. We will be using Lego's in all our art projects: block printing, Lego frames, clay Lego men, Lego's with paint, plaster, wood and more! Each day will have a contraption challenges and team building activities. Kids will be able to take their Lego creation home. Location: Recreation Ctr. Greenlee room Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

434930-A

$75/$85

W-F

1-3:30pm

6/4-6/6

R/NR $45/$55

Day Wed

Time 1-4:30pm

R/NR

Day

434920-A

$165/$175 Mon-Fri

Time

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Day

Time

Date

434240-A $72/$82

Tue

434240-B

Wed

3:454:45pm 1011am

6/177/29 6/187/30

$72/$82

No Class 7/8 7/9

NOW ENROLLING! 200 E Baseline Rd., Lafayette, CO 80026

Boulder County’s Award-Winning Community Music School

Date

9am-noon 7/21-7/25

*It's a jungle 3-7 yrs It's time to grab your safari hat, binoculars, and jump on board as we take a jeep ride through the Jungle! Each day we will look at different type of animals that roam, crawl, swim, and fly throughout the Jungle. We will work with a large range of art mediums and materials. Take home three art projects each day. Come play, create, dance, and story time. Location: Recreation Ctr. Greenlee room Code R/NR 434935-A $165/$175

R/NR

Date July 2

*once upon a time 3-7 yrs Calling all princesses and knights! Do you love stories that start... Once upon a time? Now it is your turn to be in a fairytale story. We will be making costumes, props, and other Disney fairytale art projects. This camp has playtime, story, art, dance, and snack time. Location: Starkey Building, 309 S. Public Road Code

Purchase baton for $28 (tax included) or bring your own (instructor must approve.) Code

*canvas to canvas 5-9yrs This class will guarantee to fill a wall with of one of a kind art pieces! Participants will be working with a large range of art materials and mediums: clay, pastels, watercolor, fabric, and a finished masterpiece will be done in acrylics on canvas. Please bring a water bottle and wear old clothes that you can get messy in! Location: Recreation Ctr. Nyland room Code 434936-A

*Intro to baton twirling Twirling by High Peaks Twirlers 6-11 yrs Come and experience the fun of baton twirling! Learn the basics of twirling, such as vertical and horizontal twirls, rolls, tosses, marching, and beginning dance steps. These skills will all be put together in a fun routine which will be performed at the Boulder County Fair Parade on August 2nd. This class is taught by Mindy Hurd, director of High Peaks Twirlers. Mindy is a former feature twirler at Arizona State University and has been coaching twirlers for 15 years.

Day Time Mon-Fri 9am-noon

Date 8/4-8/8

Offering affordable, quality music lessons for all ages & abilities - Tuition Assistance available, we turn no one away! •Individual or Group Lessons •Traditional (6-adult): woodwinds, brass, strings, percussion, piano, and voice, music theory and songwriting/composition •Styles include classical, jazz and popular music •Suzuki (ages 3+): piano, violin, viola, cello, flute & guitar

Enroll today! Call 303.665.0599 or www.COmusic.org Full member of the National Guild for Community Arts Education

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Youth Programs Preschool

Early childhood preschool program For young children, meaningful and long-lasting learning requires active thinking and experimenting to find out how things work. This is best accomplished through purposeful play facilitated by highly intentional teaching practices. The Goals of our Curriculum The most important goal of our early childhood curriculum is to help children become enthusiastic learners and form friendships. This means encouraging children to be active and creative explorers who are not afraid to try out their ideas and to think their own thoughts. Our goal is to help children become independent, self-confident, inquisitive learners. We’re teaching them how to learn, not just in preschool, but also all through their lives. We’re allowing them to learn at their own pace and in the ways that are best for them. We’re giving them good habits and attitudes, particularly a positive sense of themselves, which will make a difference throughout their lives. The areas of development are: Social: To help children feel comfortable in school, trust their new environment, make friends, and feel they are a part of the group. Emotional: To help children experience pride and self- confidence, develop independence and self-control, and have a positive attitude toward life. Cognitive: To help children become confident learners by letting them try out their own ideas and experience success, and by helping them acquire learning skills such as the ability to solve problems, ask questions, and use words to describe their ideas, observations, and feelings. Physical: To help children increase their large and small muscle skills and feel confident about what their bodies can do. The activities we plan for children, the way we organize the environment, select toys and materials, plan the daily schedule, and talk with children, are all designed to accomplish the goals of our curriculum and give the children a successful start in school.

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Nutrition Policy We provide a valuable foundation for children to learn healthy habits. Our program encourages nutritional snacks and incorporates activities that promote large motor movement; which are critical components in children’s development. * If a child is not potty-trained; parents need to stay in the Recreation Center during class time. * The $25.00 registration fee will guarantee a spot for your child the remainder of the school year. * Payment is due the 1st of each month. * The first and last months payment will be required on the first payment due date. * Classes end May 20, 2014

Early childhood preschool program AGE GROUPS extended care: (starting 2014-2015 School year) 3-5 year olds now have the opportunity to extend their preschool experience, enjoy lunch with their friends, have a rest/nap time and engage in enrichment activities.

NEW!

Tiny explorers: 2½-3 year olds are introduced to social, cognitive and problem solving skills that build the foundation for a successful educational journey, while also fostering confident and compassionate individuals. Creative discovery: 3-4 year olds gain social, cognitive and problem solving skills that prepare them for a successful educational journey, while also fostering confident and compassionate individuals. Kinder Adventures: 4-5 year olds gain social, cognitive and problem solving skills that prepare them for a successful educational journey, while also fostering confident and compassionate individuals.

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Youth Programs Preschool

REGISTRATION INFORMATION Registration for the 2014-2015 Preschool opens to families currently enrolled in the 2013-2014 school year beginning March 3, 2014. Registration will open to the public on April 2, 2014. New families will need to make an appointment with one of our Preschool Staff. To schedule a tour to determine which class is appropriate for your child, please call (303) 665-0469, extension 3459. We encourage you to reserve your spot EARLY by coming into the recreation center, filling out a program registration form and returning it to the front desk (No registration payment is taken at this time). Once you receive confirmation of enrollment for the 2014-2015 Preschool, you will need to pay the $25 registration fee to secure your placement.

2014-2015 school year Code

Class

Age

Days

Time

1st Payment Due Aug. 8, 2014 (August & May) Tuition

Due the 1st of each month Sept-April Monthly Tuition AUTOPAY

2½-3 2½-3 2½-3

Tue/Thu M/W/F M-F

8-11am 8-11am 8-11am

$161/$171 $230/$240 $391/$401

$127/$137 $178/$188 $305/$315

431010-A Creative Discoveries 3-4 431010-B Creative Discoveries 3-4 431010-C Creative Discoveries (New) 3-4

Tue/Thu M/W/F M-F

8-11:30am 8-11:30am 8-11:30am

$188/$198 $268/$278 $456/$466

$148/$158 $208/$218 $356/$366

431030-A Kinder Adventures 431030-B Kinder Adventures 431010-C Kinder Adventures (New)

4-5 4-5 4-5

Tue/Thu M/W/F M-F

8-11:30am 8-11:30am 8-11:30am

$188/$198 $268/$278 $456/$466

$148/$158 $208/$218 $356/$366

431050-A Extended Day (New) 431050-B Extended Day (New) 431050-C Extended Day (New)

3-5 3-5 3-5

Tue/Thu M/W/F M-F

11:30am-3:30pm 11:30am-3:30pm 11:30am-3:30pm

$215/$225 $307/$317 $521/$531

$169/$179 $238/$248 $406/$416

431000-A Tiny Explorers 431000-B Tiny Explorers 431000-C Tiny Explorers (New)

** Option to pay in full: ask for details when registering. To be eligible for this option, tuition must be paid by 8/29/14.

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Youth Programs General Interest

*pre-engineering using lego® 5-6 yrs In this class, let your imagination run wild with tens of thousands LEGO® pieces! Build engineer designed projects such as boats, bridges, mazes and motorized cars, and use special pieces to create your own unique design! Explore the endless creative possibilities of the LEGO® building system with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. This is an ideal way to prepare young builders for the challenge of Engineering FUNdamentals. Code R/NR 434950-A $172/$182 434950-B $172/$182

Day M-F M-F

Time 9am-noon 9am-noon

Date 6/23-27 7/21-25

*Pre-Engineering bashem'Bots using Lego® 7-12 yrs Have you ever wanted to learn how to make a massive motorized LEGO machine? Our Play Well Engineering instructors guide students in this advanced Play-Well engineering camp, as they re-engineer standard LEGO vehicles into mechanized machines that can traverse challenging obstacles, battle against fellow bots, and take on Play-Well Instructors’ colossal creations. Code R/NR 434951-A $172/$182

Day M-F

Time 1:00-4:00pm

Date 6/23-27

434951-B

M-F

1:00-4:00pm

7/21-25

$172/$182

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STEMgirls provides hands-on programming for the under-served population of girls interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math). The goal is to spark an interest for these girls in a STEM field leading them to become female STEM professionals. Using an exclusive, all female, closed loop business model, the gender equity focus of STEMgirls is to feed the pipeline of future female STEM professionals. For more information, please go to www.STEM4USA.org. *STEMgirls TSA (Take Stuff Apart) Lab summer camp Girls only 8-13 yrs Purchased with successful Kickstarter crowd funding, we will dissemble broken Electronics and identify parts. Highlights include Skype in Q & A with Women@ NASA. Local And national STEMgirl Mentors will be included on a daily basis, either in person or via Skype. Seating is limited to 20 STEMgirls. Please register early to assure a space! STEM content specialist librarian, Karen Alfino, facilitates participants. In kind support by the American Association of University Women and Workforce Boulder/Broomfield. Location: Starkey Building, 309 S. Public Road Code R/NR 434980-A $275/$285

Day M-F

Time Date 1:00-5:00pm 6/23-27

*STEMgirls Pre perseids sky party all ages WELCOME STEMgirls and their families are invited to learn about the upcoming Perseids meteor shower. The best viewing of Perseids is in the Northern Hemisphere, August 9th-12th. Bring blankets, Binoculars and telescopes for this fun outside gathering. This is a rare STEMgirls family event. Have your STEMgirl meet other like minded STEMgirls! Location: Starkey Building, 309 S. Public Road Code R/NR 434722-A $10/family of 4

Summer 2014

Day Thur

Time Date 7:00-9:00pm 8/7

Utilize the places that bring Lafayette a higher quality of life, safer places to play, and healthy alternatives through recreational programming for all.

TEEN ANNUAL PASS $ Ages 12-17 Available anytime! Good for an entire year!

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3-MONTH STUDENT SUMMER PASS Ages 10-24 Available for purchase May 1- June 30 Good for 3 months!

$

75

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Youth Programs Summer Camp

City of Lafayette

Summer Day Camp June 4th - August 8th

Location: Pioneer Elementary

Summer is a time for our imaginations to run wild; a time for laughing, making life long friends, learning through hands-on adventures and discovering ourselves through safe, fun and engaging activities. The City of Lafayette’s Summer Day Camp prides itself on these values and invites you to join in and see exactly what our staff has worked so hard to put together for your family.

Session Dates & Themes:

Lafayette’s talented group of counselors lead fun games, creative crafts and wild adventures: including swimming and off-site field trips. Come join us and see all that we have to offer. To participate in Summer Day Camp, children must have attended K-5th Grade during the 2013-2014 School Year.

NEW!

Field Trips & Activities Our oldest campers, the 9-11 year old age group, will have more activities and field trips geared specifically to their age than ever before.

Swimmng Lessons. Come to parent night on May 14th and see how you can enroll NEW! your child(ren) in swimming lessons and have camp counselors take them to and from lessons. Don’t be late, sign up now and avoid the waitlist! The weekly deposit per session will hold a spot for your child, and will be applied to the session fee. Should you choose to cancel your enrollment, the deposit is non-refundable.

Pay in full by April 30th and get 10% OFF*! *Must register for a minimum of six (6) weeks in order to receive discount.

Session A

6/4-6/6*

Welcome to the Boardwalk!

Session B

6/9 - 6/13

Tales, Trails & Bails of Fun!

Session C

6/16 – 6/20

Pride Rock

Session D

6/23 – 6/27

High Tide

Session E

6/30 - 7/3*

Gadgets and Gizmos

Session F

7/7 – 7/11

Mysteries...Revealed?

Session G

7/14 – 7/18

Happy Feet

Session H

7/21 – 7/25

Stranded

Session I

7/28 - 8/1

Price is Right

Session J

8/4 - 8/8

Final Frontier

* No Day Camp on July 4th Code

Day

Time

Deposit/ Weekly Week Fee R/NR

435930

Mon-Fri

9am-4pm

$25

$130/$140

435940

M/W/F

9am-4pm

$25

$80/$90

435931

Mon-Fri

7:30am-9am $5

$16

435932

Mon-Fri

4pm-6pm

$5

$16

435941

M/W/F

7:30am-9am $5

$10

435942

M/W/F

4pm-6pm

$10

$5

Mandatory Parent Meeting on May 14

Returning families - 5:30pm New Families to the Summer Camp Program - 6:30 pm The City of Lafayette Recreation Department's Summer Day Camp is licensed with the State of Colorado.

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Youth Programs BASE

Fall 2014-2015 Registration

B A S E

Current/Returning Families: may 1

After School Enrichment

B.A.S.E. Enrichment Bob Burger After School Enrichment

New Families : June 2

The Bob L. Burger Recreation Center After School Enrichment Program seeks to enhance our community and enrich the lives of children in the City of Lafayette by providing a safe, supportive, and structured environment that supports overall health and well-being. The B.A.S.E. program offers quality educational, recreational, and cultural programs that promote the social, physical, intellectual, and emotional development of children and youth.

Welcome Back/ Open House Date: Thursday, July 24 Time: 5:00-6:30 pm

Minimum requirement for transportation is five enrolled students from each school. This program will run in accordance with the BVSD school calendar. We offer a full day program when students are out of school from 7:30am – 6pm. Please see the Parent Manual for more detailed information at www.cityoflafayette.com/BASE. There are opportunities to register for extra add on programming, such as swimming lessons, karate and physical education, etc. All add on programs will be marked with the BASE logo throughout the fall brochure. Days: Monday – Friday Time: 2:30–6pm (transportation from Lafayette Elementary Schools included) Dates: August 21, 2014 – May 29, 2015 Age: Kindergarten – 5th Grade Fees: A $25 non-refundable registration fee will hold your spot for the entire school year. This fee is due at the time of registration. The first payment in August will include the first and last months payment. Fees are based on contact days when BVSD is in session and you are not charged for days we are closed. After your first payment, your monthly fees will be the same each month.

Summer 2014

Turn in required paperwork and meet the staff. Code 441079A

Registration Fee $25

Visit www.cityoflafayette.com/BASE If you have questions please contact Casey Gray or Karen Snortland at 303-665-0469.

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Youth Programs Skate Park

Summer full day skate camps - square State Skate 5-15 yrs Square State Skate's full-day camps are geared toward the intermediate and advanced skaters, but are open to all skill levels. Learn how to be safe and have fun on your skateboard while riding some of the best parks in the Front Range. We'll skate Lafayette's premiere Team Pain built park in the morning before jumping on our “Skate Bus” to check out different parks, explore a variety of terrain and visit multiple skater-owned skate shops. Explore all the different areas of street and skatepark riding, from safety and etiquette to advanced park riding. We will also go swimming at least once a week. Come join us for some laughs and be a part of our active skateboard community. Equipment/supplies needed: Skateboard, helmet (other pads recommended), a healthy lunch, water bottle, sunscreen and some good energy. Code 438970-1M 438970-2T 438970-3W 438970-4T 438970-5F 438970-A 438971-1M 438971-2T 438971-3W 438971-4T 438971-5F 438971-A

R/NR $70/$80 $70/$80 $70/$80 $70/$80 $70/$80 $300/$310 $70/$80 $70/$80 $70/$80 $70/$80 $70/$80 $300/$310

Day Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri M-F Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri M-F

Time 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm

438972-1M 438972-2T 438972-3W 438972-4T 438972-A

$70/$80 $70/$80 $70/$80 $70/$80 $240/$250

Mon Tue Wed Thur M-Th

8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm

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Date 6/2 6/3 6/4 6/5 6/6 6/2-6 6/16 6/17 6/18 6/19 6/20 6/166/20 6/30 7/1 7/2 7/3 6/307/3

We NEVER cancel our full-day camps. We have access to some indoor skate spots and always have contingency plans. Code 438973-1M 438973-2T 438973-3W 438973-4T 438973-5F 438973-A

R/NR $70/$80 $70/$80 $70/$80 $70/$80 $70/$80 $300/$310

Day Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri M-F

Time 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm

438974-1M 438974-2T 438974-3W 438974-4T 438974-5F 438974-A

$70/$80 $70/$80 $70/$80 $70/$80 $70/$80 $300/$310

Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri M-F

8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm 8:30am-3:30pm

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Date 7/14 7/15 7/16 7/17 7/18 7/147/18 7/28 7/29 7/30 7/31 8/1 7/288/1

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Youth Programs Skate Park

Run by professional educators, Square State Skate has more experience engaging youth, directing programs and skating with kids than any other program around. Our commitment to families and the community is paramount and our techniques are unmatched when it comes to helping kids grow and learn, both on and off of their skateboard. Learn more about us on our website www.squarestateskate.com. Summer skate lessons - square State Skate 5-15 yrs Learn how to be safe and have fun on your skateboard. We welcome skaters of all skill levels. We will work on everything from learning how to stand and roll of your skateboard to challenging yourself with learning tricks. Build up to advanced park riding as we explore all of the different features of the amazing Lafayette Skatepark. We will skate together, play some skate related games, learn about skateboarding history, and enjoy the unique and active skateboarding community.

end of summer blow-out! - square State skate 5-15 yrs It's the last week before school starts... let's end the summer right! Join Square State Skate for our End of Summer Blow-Out! Square State Skate's full-day camps are geared toward the intermediate and advanced skaters, but are open to all skill levels. Learn how to be safe and have fun on your skateboard while riding some of the best parks in the Front Range. Skate Lafayette's premiere Team Pain built park in the morning before jumping on our “Skate Bus� to check out different parks, explore a variety of terrain and visit multiple skater-owned skate shops. Explore all the different areas of street and skatepark riding, from safety and etiquette to advanced park riding. Come join us for some laughs and be a part of our active skateboard community.

Equipment or supplies needed: Skateboard, helmet (other pads recommended), water bottle and some energy.

Equipment or supplies needed: Skateboard, helmet (other pads recommended), a healthy lunch, water bottle, sunscreen and some energy.

Code 438700-A 438700-B 438700-C 438700-D 438700-E

R/NR $80/$90 $80/$90 $80-$90 $80-$90 $80-$90

Day M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

Time 8:30-10:00am 8:30-10:00am 8:30-10:00am 8:30-10:00am 8:30-10:00am

Date 6/9-6/13 6/23-6/27 7/7-7/11 7/21-7/25 8/4-8/8

Code 438975-A

R/NR Day $300/$310 M-F

Time 8:30am3:30pm

Dates 8/11-8/15

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Youth Programs Birthday Parties

Part y Packages at the Bob Burger Recreation Center! 10 Party Themes Available! Avengers Balloons Construction Trucks Disney Cars Disney Princesses

Flowers Monsters Inc. Monster Truck Spiderman Superman

Skateboarding Party

Gymnastics Party

Let Square State Skate take the reins and provide an allinclusive, unique skateboard party! Two members from the Square State Skate staff will lead party participants while they not just skate, but learn to be safe and have fun at the skate park, learn new skills and tricks, play some skate related games like skate tag, skate soccer and get crazy with skate dodge ball! Parties include one hour of activity and a one hour room rental (please note, the hour of activity at the Skate Park is not exclusive use). The party fee includes a birthday cake, candles, table cloth, paper goods, snacks for up to 20 kids and a gift for the birthday boy/girl.

Have a gymnastics birthday party at our place! Price includes: Gymnastics for 1 hour, birthday cake, candles, table cloth, paper goods, and 1 hour room rental. Maximum of 10 kids.

Available Days & Times: MARCH-NOVEMBER Saturday & Sunday: 10am, 12pm & 2pm Fees: $200 R / $210 NR + $25 (refundable) damage deposit Ages: 5-15 years of age Equipment: Skateboards and helmets. A limited number of loaner boards are available.

Available Days & Times: April-December Saturday, 2:30pm Fees: $140 R / $150 NR

Wet & Wild or Gym Party Choose from pool or gym time. Price includes: Birthday cake, candles, table cloth, room rental for 1½ hours, paper goods and admission into the facility for 10 kids. Maximum of 20 kids. Available Days & Times: Saturday & Sunday 12:30pm, 1pm, 2pm & 2:30pm (gym only) Fees: $100 R / $110 NR

For children 3-10 years old. Party packages must be booked 2 weeks in advance and are not subject to change. Payment due at time of booking. Special order cake $10. Decorations are supplied by the party host. Damage deposit of $25 will be charged if room is not left clean. Book online at www.cityoflafayette.com/parties.

Tree Climb Colorado Party

Would you like to arrange a tree climb for a birthday party, reunion, or other private event? Call Lafayette Recreation’s NEW! tree climbing providers, Tree Climbing Colorado, at 303-877-1870 to discuss dates, times and any questions you may have. Minimum of 8 climbers. Minimum level of fitness required. Adults and families, age 7 and up. Fees: $35 per climber, paid at the Recreation center to hold party date.

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Adult Programs

Swim Lessons, Masters Program Masters Swim Team Masters Swimming is a great way to swim in an adultonly program. Structured workouts will be provided by the coaches. You will workout at your level and in a program where every swimming ability is welcome. If you can’t make practice and still want a work out, stop by the guard office for a copy of the morning workout. Punch pass good for all practices. Adult Swim Lessons It’s never too late to learn to swim. Add another component to your fitness routine. Class sizes are small to maximize learning potential in a non threatening atmosphere. All classes taught at the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center. Beginners (no experience) Code

R/NR

433900A 433900B

Day

Time

Date

$25/$35 Tue

6:15-6:45 pm

6/3-6/24

$25/$35 Tue

6:15-6:45 pm

7/8-7/29

Practices: Mon/Wed/Fri: 5:45-6:45 a.m. Code

# Practices

20 visit punch card n/a

Drop-in

# Practices

20 visit punch card

R/NR

Time

Date

433910A

$25/$35 Thr

6:15-6:45 pm 6/5-6/26

433910B

$25/$35 Thr

6:15-6:45 pm 7/10-7/31

Cost $30 + daily admission

n/a

Code

$2 + daily admission

Practices: SUN: 8:15-9:30 a.m.

Drop-in

$2 + daily admission

Buy

!

sh e r F et

Advanced Beginners

Day

$30 + daily admission

Code

(some experience, strokes are introduced and refined)

Cost

G

Loc

al!

far

Elevator and second floor construction to begin June 1 Areas impacted will be the racquetball courts, the gym, and the existing fitness studio. We anticipate wrapping up construction in early Fall 2014. See page 6 for more details. Summer 2014

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May 11 - Sept 28 Sundays • 9am - 1pm farmersmarketlouis.com 303-902-2451 400 S. Boulder Road

(behind Lafayette Marketplace)

www.cityoflafayette.com/recreation

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Adult Programs Scuba

Flatirons Scuba PADI Scuba Certification This class includes all academic and pool training, which will prepare you for your open water dives. Pre-registration is required. All registration is done through Flatirons Scuba. Students will need to purchase a student kit from Flatirons Scuba ($120). Mask, snorkel and fins available for purchase at a student discount through Flatirons Scuba, or available for a rental fee. R/NR

Day

Class/ Pool

Time

Dates

$195*

Mon Fri

Class Pool

6-9pm 5-8:30 pm

5/5 & 5/12 5/9 & 5/16

$195*

Mon Fri

Class Pool

6-9pm 5-8:30pm

$195*

Mon Fri

Class Pool

6-9pm 5-8:30pm

Discover Scuba or Snorkeling Flatirons Scuba will provide all of the necessary equipment and instruction in order for you to discover the exciting underwater experience. In order to participate, you must be at least 8 years old and fill out a PADI Discover Scuba diving statement. Come enjoy an evening of Scuba and fun at the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center. For further information, call 303-469-4477, email info@flatironsscuba.com or view our website at www.flatironsscuba.com. 1 day pre-registration is required. All registration is done through Flatirons Scuba. R/NR

Day

Time

Dates

6/2 & 6/9 6/6 & 6/13

$25

Fri

7-8:30 pm

5/23

$25

Fri

7-8:30 pm

6/27

7/7 & 7/14 7/11 & 7/18

$25

Fri

7-8:30 pm

7/25

$25

Fri

7-8:30 pm

8/29

*Fee includes pool, instruction and all equipment with the exception of mask, snorkel and fins.

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Adult Programs Sports

Adult Co-Ed Kickball League The great game you remember from your youth! This fun program will be played in cooperation with Lafayette and Louisville Recreation Departments. Games are scheduled to begin June 5 and will be an 8 week season on Thursday nights. Interested participants or teams should REGISTER at Lafayette Recreation Department 303-665-0469 Code

Team Fee Day

436440 $375

Thr

Games Begin Deadline

Summer

5/29

6/5

kickball - one day event Sign up and have some good, old-fashioned, fun. We’ll play kickball co-ed adult style with our own set of rules. Afterwards, well enjoy refreshments. Sign up as a single and we’ll put you on a team. Includes activity and refreshments. Location: City Park Field Min/Max 12/18 Code

Fee

Day

Time

Date

Deadline

439601-1

$5/$7

Fri

9:30-11:30am

6/20

6/13

Fall Women’s Soccer Come join in what has become a popular program for those looking for a good workout. No soccer experience needed. Practices and games will take place on Friday nights, with a six game schedule. Fee includes t-shirt. This program will take a maximum of 60 players, so sign up soon. Games held at City Park. Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

Deadline

446310-A $48/$58 Fri 5:30pm 8/22-10/17* 8/21 * No games Friday, 8/29.

Adult Flag Football League Again this year, flag football for adults! This fast, fun sport is played four-on-four on a 50-yard football field. It is a non contact and fast paced game that is catching on all over Colorado. 8 games will be played on Thursday evenings in cooperation with Lafayette and Louisville Recreation Departments. Interested teams should contact Kris Kron with the Lafayette Recreation Department at 303-665-0469. Code

Division Team Fee Games Begin Deadline

446432 Leisure

Summer 2014

$375

8/21

Adult Basketball From March until December, there is always a basketball league in play. Register your team for the next season. League offering will be Sunday “C” Recreational and Wednesday “C” Leisure. Season includes post-season tournament. Contact the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center for available openings.

8/15

Code

Team Fee

Day

League

Games Deadline Begin

432410 $400

Sun

Recreation 6/1

432411 $400

Wed Leisure

6/4

Day

League

Games Deadline Begin

442410 $400

Sun

Recreation 10/5

442411 $400

Wed Leisure

5/23 5/23

Fall Code

Team Fee

10/8

9/26 9/26

Drop-In Basketball 16 yr old-adult

The gymnasium will be open to anyone 16 years old or older who likes to play in a pick-up game of basketball. Come as a group or individual. Refer to the gym schedule for designated Open Gym hours. We will have one competitive side (winners stay on!) and one recreational side (winners stay on for 3 games and rotate out.)

Drop-in days for pick-up games:

Tuesdays & Fridays, 12pm - 2pm Thursdays, 6pm - 9pm & Sundays, 8am - 11am

www.cityoflafayette.com/recreation

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Adult Programs Tennis, Pickleball

PickleBall

Forget shuffleboard! Come and try this funny name game and leave your tennis racket at home. Pickelball is best described as a hybrid of tennis and ping pong and is a low impact game. Your SilverSneaker pass will work for payment or if you prefer use your activity card or pay a drop in fee at the front desk. For more information contact Renee Fabini, Recreation Coordinator 303-665-9052 ext. 5 Location: Bob L. Burger Recreation Center Drop-In Min/Max 4/18

Table tennis tournament ladder We have a nice table and the paddles. We’re looking for a champion! Sign up for our table tennis ladder. We’ll assign you games to play, you’ll find a time to play them and we’ll record the outcome. After all games are played, we’ll award prizes! Participants register as individuals. Participants will arrange playing times based on Center hours available. Let’s find out if there’s a place for table tennis in the recreation mix. Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Min/Max 4/8

Ages

Fee

Day

Time

Date

Code

Fee

Day

Time

Date

55+

$2.75

Mon/Thr

1:303:30pm

4/7-7/31

439603-1

$8/$10

M-Th 8:30am4:00pm

Under 55

$4.50

Mon/Thr

1:303:30pm

4/7-7/31

Deadline

5/1-7/1 4/18

No play Memorial Day 5/26

Adult Tennis Program The City of Lafayette and Hustle Sports, are offering a comprehensive tennis programs for adults. All participants must bring a racquet, water and a can of tennis balls to the first lesson. Class size will range from four to eight participants. Contact Steven Donahue at 303-547-7177 or visit www.hustlesports.com. Location: LaMont Does Park Spring Session I Code

Course

416375-A Adult Adv Beginner

Age R/NR Days Time 16+

$70/ $80

Dates

M/W 6:105/57:00pm 5/21

Summer Session I Code

Course

Summer Session III Age R/NR Days Time

436370-A Adult Beg/ 16+ Adv Beg

Dates

$70/ M/W 7:106/2$80 8:00pm 6/18

Summer Session II Code

Course

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Course

Age R/NR Days Time

436370-C Adult Beg/ 16+ Adv Beg

$70/ $80

Dates

M/W 6:007/146:50pm 7/30

Summer Session IV Age R/NR Days Time

436370-B Adult Beg/ 16+ Adv Beg

Code

$70/ $80

Dates

M/W 6:006/236:50pm 7/9

Code

Course

Age R/NR Days Time

436370-D Adult Beg/ 16+

Bob L. Burger Recreation Center • 303-665-0469

Adv Beg

$70/ $80

Dates

M/W 6:108/117:00pm 8/27

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Adult Programs Softball, Bowling

Softball Leagues Play one of the best summer seasons on the Front Range. As always, register early as leagues fill quickly. Includes a post-season tournament. Summer Code

Team Day League Fee

Reg. Games Deadline Begin

416420 $590

Mon Men’s “D”

4/4

4/14

416422 $590

Sun

4/4

4/13

Leisure

CoEd “D” Leisure

Fall Code

Team Day League Fee

Reg. Games Deadline Begin

446420 $455

Mon Men’s “D”

8/8

8/18

446422 $455

Sun

8/8

8/17

Leisure

CoEd “D” Leisure

Fee

Day

Time

439602-1

$5/$7

Friday 9:3011:30am

Date Deadline 7/25

7/18

BOWLING Are you eager to get out of the house and meet new friends? Need some fun and exercise? It’s time to join the Lafayette Senior Bowling Group. Bowling meets every Tuesday and Friday. Note: There is a $6.00 fee for 3 games and shoes. No need to register, just go to the bowling alley to meet the group! Location: Coal Creek Bowling Center Min/Max N/A R/NR

Day

Time

Dates

$0/$0

Tue/Fri

1:00-3:00pm

4/1-7/29

Summer 2014

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Softball - ONE DAY EVENT Sign up and have some good, old-fashioned, fun. We’ll play softball adult style with our own set of rules. Afterwards, we’ll enjoy refreshments. Sign up as a single and we’ll put you on a team. Includes activity and refreshments. Location: City Park Field Min/Max 12/18 Code

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Adult Programs Drop-In Fitness Classes

Drop-in Fitness Classes

The City of Lafayette Recreation Department offers a wide variety of drop-in fitness classes. Use your annual pass, punch card, or pay the daily visit fee. No sign-up required, unless otherwise noted. Join us today! Must be 15 years of age or older. Check with your doctor prior to starting a fitness program. Drop-in fitness schedule is located on page 11, but is subject to change. Pick up the latest copy at the front desk of the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center or online at www.cityoflafayette.com/recreation. Beginning Yoga Hatha style. You will be introduced to gentle stretching and holding poses as well as using breathing with movement. Standing and sitting postures will be taught.

Group Cycling Each instructor will motivate you to keep moving and increase your cardiovascular and aerobic capacity. Even beginners can tailor the workout to your fitness level.

Core Plus An upbeat class that combines the slow controlled breathing and stretching of yoga with the core tightening and strengthening of Pilates.

HATHA YOGA FOR STRENGTH AND ENERGY A class filled with powerful movement to increase strength, flexibility and improve your overall well being. Challenge your preconceived notions of what your abilities are and overcome barriers to allow yourself to find both inner and outer strength. This class is appropriate for practitioners with some experience.

Body Combat™ During this ultimate warrior workout, you’ll strike, punch, kick and kata your way through calories to superior cardio fitness. Experience the driving music which makes BODYCOMBAT™ the world’s most popular martial arts group fitness class. Body Pump™ Challenge all your major muscle groups by using the best weight-room exercises like squats, presses, lifts and curls. Great music, awesome instructors and your choice of weight inspire you to get the results you want! ButTs & guts Hit your target zones with 45-minutes of core strengthening, buns and thighs toning FUN! This class is setup in cardio/strengthening intervals, and will have you heading in the right direction for bikini season. Deep Water Aerobics Same benefits as land aerobics, including excellent cardiovascular conditioning, muscle toning, flexibility and fat burning. The water environment provides great resistance and a low-impact workout. Flex and Stretch 30-minute class helps tone and shape core muscles along with deep stretches for flexibility. Gentle Yoga This class offers a varied set of Hatha yoga poses. The slow movement is directly connected to breath and presence. This practice can help one to move through the day in a way that engages the mind and body resulting in better decision making and increased energy.

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High-Intensity Water Aerobics Still low-impact, safe, and gentle on the joints, but more difficult. This class includes more intense cardio drills, muscle toning and flexibility and is a great way to increase aerobic capacity and have an intense workout in a fun environment. Intro to Step An ideal place to start for participants interested in step classes. While the choreography is kept simple and repetitive, intervals and modifications help build the intensity of this fun workout. If you have ever attended a step class and felt overwhelmed with the choreography, this class is just for you. BABY & Me Yoga This class is perfect for the mother who wants to return to her yoga practice as well as those new to yoga. You will learn energizing yoga techniques to strengthen and rejuvenate your core that are specifically designed to increase that special bond with your baby. Students should bring a blanket for baby to each class. Prenatal Yoga Designed to help expectant mothers stay in shape with a moderate flow workout focusing on postures and breathing techniques to prepare them for labor and delivery while creating a community with other expectant mothers. Relaxing Yoga Wind down from stressors. Work out aches & pains and rejuvenate yourself for the weekend.

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Summer 2014


Adult Programs Drop-In Fitness Classes

Relaxing (integral) Yoga Relaxing (Integral) Yoga moves through the postures with a focus on flexibility and breath. By moving slowly and breathing through each posture there is a release of tension and stress. rigorous Yoga Active, dynamic style of Vinyasa, strengthening & invigorating the body and mind. River Walking for Stamina & Flexibility Walking with and against the current in the Lazy River is an excellent way to tone your muscles and increase stamina. This class incorporates various exercises to help strengthen your body and water yoga poses help increase flexibility. Rise and Shine Yoga This invigorating morning yoga class is the perfect way to start your day! It provides gentle, guided movements that blend strength, balance and overall flexibility. Step This challenging class offers a fun and varied cardiovascular workout that can be modified to suit the fitness level of each individual participant. Original choreography changes with each class and also includes high intensity aerobic intervals. Shallow Water Aqua Aerobics Class This lowimpact class uses water’s natural resistance for minimal stress on body and joints, promotes fitness, increases energy, and improves body tone. TRX Rip Training! TRX Rip Training is a three dimensional (3-D) functional training tool that uses asymmetrical, elastic resistance to train and rehabilitate our bodies for how we move in every day life and sports. TRX Rip Training™ also promotes proper posture and core stability through movement while burning a high amount of calories. TRX Group Suspension Training The TRX Suspension Trainer is the original, best-in-class workout system that delivers a fast, effective total-body workout leveraging bodyweight to perform hundreds of exercises.

Attend our FITNESS classes regularly?

Sign up to receive Drop-In Fitness Class cancellations from the BBRC via email or text message. Click on the “Notify Me” option on our homepage to opt-in for up-to-date notifications. www.cityoflafayette.com/notifyme

Summer 2014

* No classes will be held on 5/25, 5/27 and 5/29.

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Adult Programs Fitness Classes

campGladiator AWARD-WINNING OUTDOOR GROUP FITNESS

ALL FITNESS LEVELS UNLIMITED SESSIONS AT MULTIPLE LOCATIONS

Patrick Howe, Primary Trainer: Colorado 720.289.0427 For more information on camps in Lafayette, visit

campGladiator.com

WHITETAIL PARK Outdoor Boot Camp 18+yrs Get ready to join an outdoor boot camp that will challenge you on a daily basis! Use kettle bells, TRX and your own bodyweight to get a fast paced calorie blasting workout. All levels are welcome! Modifications are always offered for the beginner to the advanced. 16 & 17 year olds may attend with a parent or guardian. Location: Whitetail Park, 2550 Autumn Ridge Blvd. Code 435350-A 435350-B 435350-C 435350-D 435350-E 435351-A 435351-B 435351-C 435351-D 435351-E

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R/NR $100/ $110 $100/ $110 $100/ $110 $100/ $110 $100/ $110 $100/ $110 $100/ $110 $100/ $110 $100/ $110 $100/ $110

Day Time M/W/F 6-7 am M/W/F 6-7 am M/W/F 6-7 am M/W/F 6-7 am M/W/F 6-7am M/W/F 8:309:30am M/W/F 8:309:30am M/W/F 8:309:30am M/W/F 8:309:30am M/W/F 8:309:30am

Date 5/55/30 6/26/30 7/27/30 8/18/29 9/39/29 5/55/30 6/26/30 7/27/30 8/18/29 9/39/29

Equipment Check-Out The Recreation Center has a variety of equipment available for facility guests to check out from the front desk. Users need only present a valid ID card which will be held until the equipment is returned. Some of the equipment available includes: * Basketballs * * Exercise balls * * Racquets * * Fins & Masks * * Weighted balls

Volleyballs * Weight belts Exercise bands * Hair dryers Racquetballs * Medicine balls Racquetball goggles

fitness for living Outdoor Boot Camp 18+yrs With Fitness for Living’s 11 years of experience you will see results. In only 5 weeks you will transform your body and enjoy renewed spirit and energy, This comprehensive program includes 16 hours of class time, pre and post fitness assessments, body composition test, 28-day meal plan with recipes, and a Nutrition & Healthy Lifestyle email series. Groups are small, averaging just 8 and are designed for a wide-range of fitness levels. Equipment or supplies needed: Water bottle, Yoga mat or towel, one pair of dumbbells.

No Class 5/26

Class will not be held on Memorial Day, May 26; class will be held instead on Tuesday, May 27 at the same time and location.Class will not be held on July 4th; class will be held instead on Thursday, July 3 at the same time and location. Class may be canceled in inclement weather.

7/4

Prospective participants can call instructor David Clair at 303-550-3491 if you have specific questions.

5/26

7/4

Code

R/NR

435320-A 435321-A

$169/$179 M/W/F 6-7am $169/$179 M/W/F 7:158:15am $169/$179 M/W/F 6-7 am $169/$179 M/W/F 7:158:15am $169/$179 M/W/F 6-7am $169/$179 M/W/F 7:158:15am $169/$179 M/W/F 6-7am

435320-B 435321-B 435320-C 435321-C 435320-D 435321-D

Bob L. Burger Recreation Center • 303-665-0469

Day

Time

Date

No Class

3/31-5/5 3/31-5/5 5/5-6/9 5/5-6/9

5/26 5/26

6/9-7/14 6/9-7/14

7/148/18 $169/$179 M/W/F 7:157/148:15am 8/18

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Adult Programs Fitness Programs

Parent/Youth Workout Times Parents and youth are now welcome to work out together. This includes use of weight room, cardiovascular equipment and track. Work out anytime, except Monday through Thursday, 5-7:30 p.m. Rules ARE AS FOLLOWS: • Child must be 12 years or older. • Parent and child must be working out together with the parent supervising their child’s workout. • Parent and child must come in together to do a weight room orientation with a weight room supervisor before beginning workouts on their own. This service is free of charge and by appointment only. Requires paid admission. • Child will receive a Parent/Youth weight room ID, at no additional charge, following the orientation. • Use of the facility is a privilege and can be revoked at any time should parent and youth not adhere to the rules.

personal Trainers

No drop-offs. Great activity for families and single adults. Location: Waneka Lake Park

Not getting enough out of your workout? Does your exercise routine seem old? A personal trainer may be the answer for you. The Bob L. Burger Recreation Center has teamed up with some of the best personal trainers around to offer this service. Each trainer has unique qualities and a varying outlook and focus. Visit www.cityoflafayette.com/fitness for complete bios and contact information for each of our personal trainers. If you would like more information before calling one of the trainers, contact Kris Kron at 303-665-0469.

Reminder... Our Annual Maintenance Week Closure is August 9-17 Summer 2014

*dances with branches"/ recreation tree climbing 7+yrs Using ropes, harnesses, and easy to learn techniques, climbers will ascend up into the crown of a beautiful local tree. Recreational tree climbing is an invigorating, exercising, eye-opening experience that has the power to energize people's lives. Tree Climbing Colorado and its instructors provide all equipment and instruction. (Participants should be in sufficient physical condition for exertional activity.) Long pants, closed footwear and any type of gloves recommended. Children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian throughout event. Please arrive promptly.

Code 438950-A 438950-B 438950-C 438950-D 438950-E

R/NR $35/$45 $35/$45 $35/$45 $35/$45 $34/$45

Day Sun Sun Sun Sun Sun

Time 12:30-3:00pm 12:30-3:00pm 12:30-3:00pm 12:30-3:00pm 12:30-3:00pm

Date 4/6 5/4 6/1 7/6 8/3

basic tree climbing course (learn to climb) 13+ yrs (13-18 must be accomopanied by an adult) For a lifetime of fun and adventure, learn to safely ascend into the crowns of tall trees using rope and saddle in this app. 18-hour course taught by a top tree climbing instructor from Tree Climbing Colorado. You'll learn about safety and equipment, as well as how to set lines, tie special knots, move around the tree on one rope, and more. When successfully completed, this course enables the student to join the worldwide community of tree climbers and participate in a host of climbing adventures. (Participants should be in good physical condition for moderately exertional activities.) Code 438952-A

R/NR $495/$505

Day Time Sat & Sun 9am-5pm

www.cityoflafayette.com/recreation

Date 8/23-24

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Adult Programs Fitness Programs

T- Fitness Power Training Power Training eliminates the boredom of getting into peak shape by incorporating creativity and variability into a total body workout! You get a highly effective and motivating workout focusing on strength training with an intense cardio complement in every class. You will be integrating free weights, machines, toning work, and a wide range of track and outdoor drills (seasonally). Each group session is led by a Certified Professional Trainer to help give you the results, training and inspiration you need to help meet your personal fitness goals. Bottom line - it’s good, hard fun! Classes run year round and session fees are monthly. Questions on T-Fitness, contact Tina at 720-436-6037. R/NR $80/$90 $80/$90 $80/$90 $80/$90 $80/$90 $80/$90 $80/$90 $80/$90 $80/$90 $80/$90 $80/$90 $80/$90 $80/$90 $80/$90 $80/$90 $80/$90 $80/$90

Day Tue/Thr Tue/Thr Tue/Thr Tue/Thr Tue/Thr Tue/Thr M/W/F M/W/F M/W/F M/W/F M/W/F M/W/F M/W/F M/W/F M/W/F M/W/F M/W/F

$80/$90 M/W/F * No class August 11-15

Time 5-6am 5-6am 5-6am 5-6am 5-6am 5-6am 6-7am 6-7am 6-7am 6-7am 6-7am 6-7am 8:30-9:30am 8:30-9:30am 8:30-9:30am 8:30-9:30am 8:30-9:30am

Date 3/4-27 4/1-29 5/1-29 6/3-26 7/1-31 8/5-28* 3/3-31 4/2-30 5/2-30 6/2-30 7/2-30 8/1-29* 3/3-31 4/2-30 5/2-30 6/2-30 7/2-30

8:30-9:30am

8/1-29*

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T-FITNESS Power Training for Life After 50 This class is a functional exercise program for adults; men and women over the age of 50 of any fitness level who want to enhance their freedom of movement in everyday life. This class is led by a Certified Personal Trainer offering individual guidance in a group setting. We focus on building up heart and lung capacity, strength training without compromising flexibility, and expanding range of motion for everyday needs. Have fun with us and enjoy regaining or maintaining that healthy lifestyle that will put a smile on your face. Become the force that allows life, your life, not to just happen but become enriched! Classes run year round and session fees are monthly. Questions on T-Fitness, contact Tina at 720-436-6037 R/NR $60/$70 $60/$70 $60/$70 $60/$70 $60$70 $60/$70

Day Tue/Thr Tue/Thr Tue/Thr Tue/Thr Tue/Thr Tue/Thr

Time 7-8am 7-8am 7-8am 7-8am 7-8am 7-8am

Date 3/4-27 4/1-29 5/1-29 6/3-26 7/1-31 8/5-28

Elevator and second floor construction to begin June 1 Areas impacted will be the racquetball courts, the gym, and the existing fitness studio. Updated schedules for each area will be posted beginning in May on our website at www.cityoflafayette.com/recreation. We anticipate wrapping up construction in early Fall 2014. See page 6 for more details.

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Adult Programs

Fitness & Nutriton Assessments

FITNESS ASSESSMENTS

NUTRITION ASSESSMENTS

Whether you are just starting to exercise or are a veteran exerciser, assessing your current level of fitness will provide important information for your health. For those just starting out, a Fitness Assessment will provide a baseline measurement, which can be referred back to in order to measure progress. A Fitness assessment also examines Cardiovascular Risk Factors, which is especially important for those just starting aerobic exercise. For the veteran exerciser a Fitness Assessment will allow you to fine tune your fitness routine, and make changes where appropriate. With a Fitness Assessment you can: assess your current fitness level in relation to your age and sex; identify areas of health and injury risk; establish realistic, attainable goals and evaluate the success of your fitness programs with follow-up assessments. The Basic Fitness Assessment consists of basic measurements and health questionnaires. The Full Fitness Assessment adds to the basic information through simple physical tests and measurements.

Have you ever wondered what to eat or how much to eat to attain your goals?

Basic Fitness Assessment The Basic Fitness Assessment includes the following measurements and assessments: Cardiovascular Risk Factors, Health History, Body Height, Body Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Body Fat Percentage, Body Fat Weight, Blood Pressure, Heart Rate, Circumference Measurements, Waist-to-Hip Ratio and Waist-to-Height Ratio. R/NR

Time

$30/$40

Time Required: 30 minutes

Full Fitness Assessment The Full Fitness Assessment includes all of the Basic Fitness Assessment measurements and assessments: Cardiovascular Risk Factors, Health History, Body Height, Body Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Body Fat Percentage, Body Fat Weight, Blood Pressure, Heart Rate, Circumference Measurements, Waistto-Hip Ratio and Waist-to-Height Ratio and adds the following measurements/tests: Cardiovascular Fitness, Muscle Strength, Muscle Endurance and Flexibility. R/NR

Time

$60/$70

Time Required: 60 minutes

Appointments may be booked at the front desk. Summer 2014

Do you exercise and not lose the weight you want? A Nutritional Assessment can help you answer these questions. A Nutritional Assessment is comprised of simple questionnaires, and basic body measurements. You will need to bring a 3-day food diary (2 week days and 1 weekend day) and a 3-day activity log (2 week days and 1 weekend day). Basic Nutrition Assessment The Nutrition Assessment includes the following measurements and assessments: Cardiovascular Risk Factors, Health History, Lifestyle Assessment, Body Height, Body Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Body Fat Percentage, Body Composition (Fat Mass, Lean Mass), Calorie Goals, Nutritional Goals, and Weight Loss Goals. Required: 3-day food diary, 3-day activity log. R/NR

Time

$50/$60

Time Required: 45 minutes

Combined Full Fitness & Basic Nutrition Assessment The Full Fitness & Nutrition Assessment includes all of the measurements and assessments from both the Full Fitness and Nutrition Assessments: Cardiovascular Risk Factors, Health History, Lifestyle Assessment, Body Height, Body Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Body Fat Percentage, Blood Pressure, Heart Rate, Circumference Measurements, Waist-to-Hip Ratio and Waist-to-Height Ratio, Cardiovascular Fitness, Muscle Strength, Muscle Endurance and Flexibility Assessment, Body Composition (Fat Mass, Lean Mass), Calorie Goals, Nutritional Goals, and Weight Loss Goals. Required: 3-day food diary, 3-day activity log. R/NR

Time

$95/$105

Time Required: 60-90 minutes

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Adult Programs Silver Sneakers

Stop by the Bob Burger Recreation Center to inquire about the S ilver S neakers ® program designed for people 65 years + who subscribe to specific healthcare plans. Once you become a SilverSneakers® member, sign up for a complimentary Fitness Orientation at the Recreation Center. We’re here to help get you started!

SilverSneakers® Yoga YogaStretch will move your whole body through a complete series of seated and standing yoga poses. Chair support is offered to safely perform a variety of postures designed to increase flexibility, balance and range of movement. Restorative breathing exercises and a final relaxation will promote stress reduction and mental clarity. Location: Bob L. Burger Recreation Center Aerobics Studio Times: Thur 1:30-2:30pm

SilverSneakers® classic Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement, and activity from daily living skills. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball are offered for resistance and a chair is used for seated and/or standing support. Location: Bob L. Burger Recreation Center Aerobics Studio Times: Mon 8:15-9am Tue/Thur 11:15am-12pm Fri 8:30-9:15am

SilverSneakers® Cardio CardioFit is SilverSneakers newest group exercise class designed for active adults who desire a safe and effective low impact cardiovascular workout. A variety of easy-to-follow movements promote heart healthy, total body conditioning improvements to increase cardiovascular and muscular endurance. CardioFit is perfect for participants who are fit and active as well as those who are sedentary, unfamiliar with exercise and/or those who want a pain free, energizing activity. Hand-held weights or elastic tubing with handles are used for progressive resistance training and the SilverSneakers chair offers stability and/or support options for upper body strength exercises and abdominal conditioning from the floor. Location: Bob L. Burger Recreation Center Gymnasium Times: Wed 11:00am-12:00pm

SilverSneakers® circuit Combine fun and fitness to increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout. Upper body strength work with hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball is alternated with non-impact aerobic choreography. A chair is offered for support, stretching and relaxation exercises. Location: Bob L. Burger Recreation Center Aerobics Studio Times: Tues/Thurs 8-9am SilverSneakers® Weight Circuit Weight Circuit provides personal training attention in a small group format with an instructor/trainer in the weight room. Learn how to safely work stationary and free-weight resistance, develop a progressive strength training program and track your progress on a personalized workout log. Location: Bob L. Burger Recreation Center Fitness Atrium Times: Mon 2-3:30pm

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Senior Shaping - 55 and OVER It’s never too late for fitness. Come try this exciting program specialized for older adults. This class will teach you the basic fundamentals of a cardiovascular and muscle toning workout. Come exercise and socialize to enhance everyday life. You will feel better both mentally and physically. Senior Shaping is now a punchcard-based class. This card will allow participants to attend any class on any day they choose. You may access the facility up to 15 minutes before class time. Location: Recreation Center Punch Card

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Day

Time

10 classes

$17.50/$22.50

Mon/Wed Tues/Thr

10:30am-12:30pm 10:10am-12:10pm

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Adult Programs Wellness

NIA Explore the movement principles and choreography of NIA. This class will focus on some of the basic NIA moves and the self healing practice that comes from dance, martial and healing arts. This is a special opportunity to explore movement and wellness. Come to one class or come to all. Instructor: Lorna Beard (NIA White Belt) Min/Max 3/10 Location: Lafayette GO Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR

Day Time

Dates Deadlines

439411-1

$30/$40

Thur 3:45-4:30pm

4/245/15

439411-2

$8/$10 Thur 3:45-4:30pm 4/24 per class

4/22

439411-3

$8/$10 Thur 3:45-4:30pm 5/1 per class

4/24

439411-4

$8/$10 Thur 3:45-4:30pm 5/8 per class

5/1

439411-5

$8/$10 Thur 3:45-4:30pm 5/15 per class

5/8

4/22

No Appointment Necessary for either option City of Lafayette Fire Dept. Emergency Medical Technicians Location: Josephine Commons, 455 N. Burlington Ave. Min/Max N/A

tai-Chi for Health

Small-semi-private class

This class is an adaptation of Tai-Chi by Dr. Paul Lam. TaiChi is low-impact, slow movement exercise that accommodates all mobility levels ranging from those with good balance to those limited to walkers and wheelchairs. The objectives are to increase mobility, strength and balance, while lessening joint pain and stiffness. Tai-Chi helps reduce blood pressure and improve cardio-respiratory fitness. Learn the basics, including breath, mental focus, postural awareness and correct mechanics of each move. Instructor: Choo Perumainar Location: Lafayette GO Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Min/Max 4/10 Dates

R/N

Day

Time

439502-1

$0/$0

Tue

1 1 : 3 0 a m - 4/1 12:15pm

439502-2

$0/$0

Tue

1 1 : 3 0 a m - 5/6 12:15pm

439502-3

$0/$0

Tue

1 1 : 3 0 a m - 6/3 12:15pm

439502-4

$0/$0

Tue

Dates

1 1 : 3 0 a m - 7/1 12:15pm First Tuesday of every month

Claudia Johnson,RN Location: Josephine Commons, 455 N. Burlington Ave. Min/Max N/A Code

R/N

Day

Time

439502-5

$0/$0

Tue

1 1 : 3 0 a m - 4/15 12:30pm

Deadline

439502-6

$0/$0

Tue

1 1 : 3 0 a m - 5/20 12:30pm 1 1 : 3 0 a m - 6/17 12:30pm

R/NR

439500-1

$30/$40 Mon

3 : 3 0 - 4/74:30pm 4/28

3/31

439502-7

$0/$0

Tue

439500-2

$23/$30 Mon

3 : 3 0 - 5/54:30pm 5/19*

4/28

439502-8

$0/$0

Tue

439500-3

$30/$40 Mon

3 : 3 0 - 6/234:30pm 7/14

6/16

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Time

Code

Code

* 3 class session

Day

Free Blood Pressure Checks Having high blood pressure puts you at risk for heart disease and stroke, the first and third leading causes of death in the United States. People of all ages and backgrounds can develop high blood pressure and it’s preventable! Having your blood pressure checked regularly is an important step. You can get your blood pressure checked while enjoying our lunch program.

Dates

1 1 : 3 0 a m - 7/15 12:30pm Third Tuesday of every month

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Adult Programs Wellness

THE BUCKET LIST

The spirit behind a bucket list is the desire to overcome fears, achieve goals, explore your dreams or just find ways to live your best life ever. As adults, it’s time to go outside the box and dream big. The Denver metro area is a great place to fulfill your list, and we’re ready to help you get started. Look for our bucket list suggestions throughout the Guide. Maybe you’ll remember something you want to do but have been putting it off. Why not get started on □ Sculpt with a Well-Known Artist page 62 your list and maybe add to □ Go Hot Air Ballooning page 67 it! Not even the sky is □ Parachute in a Wind Tunnel page 67 the limit!

Email your bucket list ideas to rfabini@cityoflafayette.com for future publications.

□ Ride the Zip Line page 68 □ Raft down a River page 68 □ Wineries of the Front Range Tour page 68

LAFAYETTE COLLECTIBLES AND FLEA MARKET Named the 12th-Best Flea Market in the Country by Good Housekeeping Magazine!

• 20,000 Square Feet with Over a Half a

Million Items!

• Antiques, Collectibles, Secondhand Items,

New Items, Furniture, Clothing, Lots More!

• Monday-Saturday: 10am - 6pm

Sunday: 11am - 5pm

Alternative health care solutions: medicinal marijuana Join us as we uncover, explore, and inform the public regarding alternative health care options which impact our families and the communities in which we live. Get ahead of the ‘hype’ and learn how to discern between fact and fiction when it comes to the “ins & outs” of medicinal marijuana. Get the facts on health care options; it can save a life. Price includes three week class with a light meal during each class. Adults 18+ only. Instructor: Michael Sanicola with Dr. Eric Eisenbud Register by: 4/11 Min/Max 20/40 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR Day

Time

Dates Weekly Topics 4/18

439501-1

130 E. Spaulding Street • Lafayette, CO 80026 Just East of S. Public Rd. • (303) 665-0433

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$50/ $65

Fri

6:004/25 7:30pm 5/2

The History of Hemp Research, Rethink, Readjust Understanding the business of Drugs

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Adult Programs Wellness

table Massage for Adults Lafayette GO! Center offers low cost massage for adults. Massage encourages well-being and optimum functioning by improving circulation. Relax and enjoy its many therapeutic benefits. Massage time includes your choice of relaxing or therapeutic massage, preparation time and education. Offered by Lowell Aird, CMT - Certified Massage Therapist. To schedule an appointment: Call Lafayette GO! Center at 303-665-9052 ext.0 or stop by the front desk at the GO Center. Payment is due when appointment is made. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to appointment time. You must be 21 or older. table Massage 60 Minutes Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Register by: Monday at 3pm Min/Max: Limited by Availability of Appointment times Code R/NR POS

Day

$35/$45 Tue

Time

Dates

1:00-4:30pm

4/1-7/29

(last appt. is 3:30pm)

POS

Day

$20/$30 Thu

Time

Dates

1:00-4:30pm

4/3-7/31

(last appt. is 4:00pm)

Want to BE THE FIRST TO KNOW? Visit the City of Lafayette’s website at www.cityoflafayette.com/notifyme and select Senior Services News Flash Sign up to receive notices about our Classes, Wellness program, Day trips, Upcoming events, Special events and New programs!

Summer 2014

Code R/NR

Day

POS

$28/ $38

Wed

POS

$28/ $38

Fri

Time

Dates

1:30-4:30pm

4/16, 5/14, 6/18, 7/16

8:45am-3:30pm

4/18, 5/16, 6/20, 7/18

(last appt. is 3:45pm) (last appt. is 2:45pm)

Third Friday of the month and the Wednesday before in the same week.

Basic Foot care clinic Offered by: Bonnie Miller, CNA

Table Massage 30 Minutes Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Register by Wednesday at 3pm Min/Max: Limited by Availability of Appointment times Code R/NR

TenderFoot Care Offered by: Marianne Kuhns, R.N. Includes preparation time, whirlpool foot bath, a foot and leg massage, corn & callus treatment, toenail cutting & filing. Those with medical conditions should register for this option. To schedule an appointment for TenderFoot care: call Lafayette GO! Center at 303-665-9052 ext.0 or stop by the front desk at the Center. Payment is due when appointment is made. Please arrive 10 minutes prior to appointment time. Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Min/Max: Limited by Availability of Appointment times

basic foot care: 25 minutes Foot care for those who want just the basics-foot soak and nail file manicure. Disposable files and towels used. To schedule an appointment for Basic Foot Care: call Lafayette GO! Center at 303-665-9052 ext.0 or stop by the front desk at the Center. Payment is due when appointment is made. Please arrive 10 minutes prior to appointment time. Register by Mondays at 3pm. Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Min/Max: Limited by Availability of Appointment times Code R/NR

Day

$14/ $24

Tue

POS

Time 9-11:30am

(last appt is 11am)

Dates 4/1, 4/15, 4/29, 5/13, 5/27,6/10, 6/24, 7/8, 7/22

Appointments are available on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month.

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Adult Programs Technology Classes

TECHNOLOGY

FOR TODAY

Tablets Get with the times! Come and learn about the new computer tablets. Learn to access thousands of books electronically. Tablets have lots of uses that you might not be aware of. It you just got one and haven’t made friends with it yet, come see many of the things these wonderful devices can do. Just sign up and bring your tablet. Instructor: Paul Knuth Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Min/Max 5/12 Code 439300-1

R/NR $8/$10

Day

Time

Mon 6-8pm

Date 4/28

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

439301-1

$8/$10

Mon 6-8pm 5/19

*The Computer Lab is closed on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. The Computer Lab may occasionally close at other times for special programming. Every effort will be made to notify users in advance. Day

Time

Dates

Deadline

M,W

8:30am-4:30pm

4/7-7/30

4/21

T/TH

8:30am-12:00pm

4/1-7/31

F

8:30am-3:30pm

4/4-7/25

Smart Phones Have a smart phone or thinking of getting one? Want to see all the wonderful things it can do? Smart phones can make your life easier. Just sign up and bring your phone. Class Instructor: Paul Knuth Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Min/Max 5/12 Code

computer lab The Lafayette GO! Center has a nice computer room for your use. We offer computers and the ability to print. When you need help, our staff is nearby. There is no charge but we do ask that you provide your own printer paper.

Not open Memorial Day, 5/26

wifi The Lafayette GO! Center at 103 S. Iowa Ave. is wired. Bring your laptop and connect here. The Lafayette GO Center is a great place to relax and use your own computer.

Deadline 5/12

Skype Talk to friends across the street or around the world by using Skype. Learn how to create an account, add contacts, make and receive calls and trouble-shoot the basic issues. Class Instructor: Paul Knuth Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Min/Max: 5/12

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Code

R/NR

Day

Time

439302-1

$8/$10

Mon 6-8pm

Date

Deadline

6/23

6/16

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Adult Programs Learning Opportunities

dynamic learning opportunities

Interesting and enjoyable presentations that bring the topic to life. How to Keep the Excitement alive from 9 to 5 Have you lost interest in your work, is your boss frustrating, or are non-work issues distracting you from being totally present at work? With layoffs, downsizing and short staffing, work is stressful for most folks. Brenda Cody from Career3D will share how to regain your spark and feel a sense of purpose again. Instructor: Brenda Cody Min/Max 10/20 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR

Day

439303-1 $8/$10 Mon

Time

Dates Deadline

6:30-8:00pm 4/21

4/14

Courtesy bootcamp 2.0 mind the (generation) gap Common courtesy in the workplace and in society has taken a nose-dive over the past decade. With workplaces now containing up to four generations, there are bound to be some civility mishaps. And lack of courtesy in the workplace costs US businesses over $300 BILLION a year! This humorous crash course in courtesy gives not-so-gentle reminders that the etiquette of each generation of employees and people isn’t right or wrong; it just can be polished up a bit. Instructor: Anthonette Klinkerman Min/Max 10/20 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR

Day

439304-1 $8/$10 Mon

Time

Dates Deadline

6:30-8:00pm 6/23

6/16

do’s and don’ts of travel Are you planning a trip in the next year? We have just the class for you. Whether you’re going abroad or traveling within the US you’ll quickly realize that they do things differently than they do back home. Come and learn about the do’s and don’ts of traveling. Being prepared to travel will greatly enhance your traveling experience! Instructor: Judy Bakanec Min/Max 10/20 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR

Day

439305-1 $8/$10 Thur

Summer 2014

Time

Dates Deadline

10-11:00am 7/17

7/10

Need to know pretty quick information that you might not need now but want to think about soon! social security and medicare 101 This class will provide you with all the basic information such as; how to qualify for Social Security and sign up, how to use the online SSA services, spousal benefits, how to work and still receive benefits and the ABC’s of Medicare. Important information for those who are almost ready! Instructor: Monica Ochoa, Social Security Administration Min/Max 10/30 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Dates Deadline

439306-1 $0/$0

Tue

4:00-5:30pm 4/29

4/25

adult single solutions Ideas for people who are going through changes in life. We have some great opportunities to find a new way of doing things or of getting involved in social activities for single adults.

Are you interested in forming a Singles Solutions support group? This would be a chance to share your thoughts with others who are experiencing similar transitions in life. Please contact lbeard@cityoflafayette.com if you would be interested in this group. Getting Unstuck and living again This talk explores the ways we get stuck in life and how we might overcome fear of change to get unstuck. Simple tools are discussed to move forward, make changes and head in a new direction in life Instructor: Michele Prinzi Min/Max 10/20 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Dates Deadlines

439307-1 $8/$10 Mon 6:30-8:00pm 5/12

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Adult Programs Art Classes

auditing classes at cu boulder Learn new skills, enrich your life, be energized and intellectually stimulated…and here’s how: • Individuals 55 or older may sit in on most regularly scheduled daytime classes, tuition-free. You do not need to be an alumnus of CU to participate. • There is a $25 fee/per semester to defray administrative costs. • You are expected to register and will need to attend a registration session. Most auditors attend classes the week before registration to sample a particular course and then they register. For all the information you need, visit this site: alumni.colorado.edu/services/senior-auditors.

Enrichment Classes

enrich your life and add joy to your day. Check into The classes we offer!

adult play with clay event Join our artist at this one time only event. Have fun working with clay and being creative. This is a for fun evening opportunity to meet the artist and try your hand at making something of your very own. We’ll have refreshments. Clay and the use of tools are included. Instructor: Lucas Loeffler Min/Max 5/20 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR

439400-1 $31/$40

Day

Time

Thur

6:008:30pm

Dates Deadline 4/24

4/17

learn to sculpt with a well-known artist Here’s your chance to work with a wellknown artist to create your own substantial sculpture. This is an introduction to sculpture that is Bass in Relief and Portrait Style that you will do under the supervision of the artist. This class includes all supplies. Participants will have the chance to cold cast their works once completed. If you choose, the Artist will make a mold of your creation that you can cold cast for an additional fee. The cost of cold casting will be based on the intricacy of the creation and will be determined on a pieceby-piece basis (average cost between $200- $350). Instructor: Lucas Loeffler Min/Max 6/15 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code 439401-1

R/NR

Day

$504/ Thur $604

Time

Dates

Deadline

5/8, 5/22, 6-8:00pm 6/12, 6/26, 5/1 7/10, 7/24

water color Our instructor will assist you in every way to have a positive experience with watercolor as a beginner or an advanced painter. This class will allow time for individual help and gentle critiques. Supply list available at time of registration. Instructor: Donna Flebbe Min/Max 4/12 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR

Day Time

Dates

Deadline

439402-1 $35/$45 Tue

1:303:30pm

4/8-4/29 4/1

439402-2 $35/$45 Tue

1:303:30pm

5/6-5/27 4/29

439402-3 $35/$45 Tue

1:303:30pm

6/3-6/24 5/27

439402-4 $35/$45 Tue

1:303:30pm

7/8-7/29 7/1

Adult paint night Join our artist at this one time only event. No experience required. Our artist will give you pointers and tips while you create your own watercolor masterpiece. This is a for fun evening opportunity. We’ll have refreshments. Price includes all supplies. Instructor: Donna Flebbe Min/Max 6/12 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Dates Deadline

439403-1 $42/$55 Mon 6:00-8:00pm 6/16

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Adult Programs Music, Dance Classes

recreational music making Recreational Music Making emphasizes learning in a relaxed and fun environment and progressing at a comfortable pace. The focus is not on performance or mastery, but on the enjoyment and love of making music. This class is for beginners with no experience, or those who haven’t played in a while and want to refresh their skills. $15 materials fee paid to instructor at first class includes piano book and CD. Instructor: Nancy Thomadsen Min/Max 2/4 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Dates

Deadline

439405-1 $39/$51 Mon 10-11:00am 5/5-6/2 4/28

* No class 5/26 Memorial Day

adult dance

no partner required; students are encouraged to dance with a variety of partners. please wear non-marking smooth soled shoes--no open-toed shoes for dance classes. private dance instruction for couples This is a great way to get individualized attention to look and feel confident on the dance floor for your wedding or special event. Same price for a single or a couple for a one hour lesson. Contact 303-665-9052 ext.0 for information and to arrange an appointment. Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR

Day

Time

POS

$80/$104

Varies Varies

Dates 4/1-7/31

adult dance open house Try all the styles and meet the instructors before you sign-up for a class. We’ll get the fun started and have you swinging and swaying in no time at all. This is your chance to try if you’ve ever thought it would be fun to know how to dance or if you want to find a great way to exercise. No need to have a partner to register for this free event. Instructor: Variety of instructors Min/Max 10/40 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR Day

439406-1 FREE

Summer 2014

Time

Dates

Wed 6:30-7:30pm 4/23

Deadline

4/14

ballroom sampler In this class we’ll sample ballroom styles including the Waltz, the Foxtrot, and the Tango. We can’t promise a trophy but we know you’ll enjoy the time you spend with us! No need to have a partner to register. Instructor: Carl Gerleit Min/Max 6/20 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Dates Deadline

$40/ 439407-1 $52

Wed 6:30-7:30pm

4/305/21

4/23

439407-2

$40/ $52

Wed 6:30-7:30pm

5/286/18

5/21

439407-3

$40/ $52

Wed 6:30-7:30pm

6/257/16

6/18

ballroom dance - special practice night! This promises to be a fun night with the Boulder Big Band. This event is designed for those who have taken the Ballroom Sampler classes. Others are welcome to join us to find out what a great time there is to be had with Ballroom Dance! Min/Max 10/20 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Dates

439408-1

FREE

Tue

7:00-8:30pm 7/22

Deadlines

7/11

swing Swing is the most common dance you’ll see at weddings, country bars, rock ‘n roll clubs or any social function where people are on the dance floor. Learn this style and you’re set for lots of fun and great exercise at whatever place you go dancing. No need to have a partner to register. Instructor: Carl Gerleit Min/Max 6/20 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Dates

Deadlines

439409-1

7:30$40/$52 Wed 8:30pm

4/305/21

4/23

439409-2

$40/$52 Wed

7:308:30pm

5/286/18

5/21

439409-3

$40/$52 Wed

7:308:30pm

6/257/16

6/18

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Adult Programs Social Activities

just for fun social activities Matinee Wednesday The Lafayette GO! Center 103 S. Iowa Ave. has a new big screen TV, popcorn and comfy place to watch. Adults are welcome to enjoy a fun afternoon at the movies with us! Call us for feature movie listings. Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave.

LAFAYETTE SENIOR SERVICES IS EVOLVING! "Get to the GO!"

We are now Lafayette GO! (Grown-Up Opporunities) Services and the GO Center In Lafayette, we like to think that growing older is mandatory but how we choose to be a grown-up is optional. As grown-ups, how we define ourselves is more about who each of us is than we are are a group of adults. We refuse to be defined by something as ordinary as age. We know that there is a great deal of difference between a 50 year old person and someone who is 80 or older. Our older participants went through World War II and sacrificed a great deal to see progress and prosperity. Those born after World War II grew up during a general time of opportunity and wellbeing thus, have different ideas than the earlier generation. We serve them both. How we serve these two generations of adults with varying interests and values is important to us. We can't be typical for accomplished, capable and empowered grown-ups who know what they want and refuse to settle for less. We won't define them by age, by location, by the things they like to do or the things they may want or need. To us, they are dynamic grown-ups with grown-up agendas and grown-up interests. Lafayette Senior Services is becoming the Lafayette GO! Services to reflect the need to provide GROWN-UP OPPORTUNITIES for both generations that we serve. Through GO! we have the ability to be flexible, to accomodate varying interests, needs and values. So Get to the GO! and connect with the grown-up in you.

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Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date Movie

439200-1

FREE

Wed 2:00-4:00pm 4/2

TBD

439200-2

FREE

Wed 2:00-4:00pm 5/7

TBD

439200-3

FREE

Wed 2:00-4:00pm 6/4

TBD

439200-4

FREE

Wed 2:00-4:00pm 7/2

TBD

community coffee house Once a month, we’ll provide some mid-morning entertainment, an exceptional cup of java and some special treats to start your day! Everyone is welcome! Entertainment by: various musicians. Min/Max N/A Location: Affinity Living Community, 860 W. Baseline or Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR Day

Time

Dates

Location

439201-1

FREE

Wed 10-11am 4/16

Affinity

439201-2

FREE

Wed 10-11am 5/21

Lafayette GO

439201-3

FREE

Wed 10-11am 6/18

Affinity

439201-4

FREE

Wed 10-11am 7/16

Lafayette GO

Movie book worms Watch the movie, read the book, not necessarily in that order. We’ll watch the movie, then discuss the book and compare notes. We supply the movie, you supply the book. Please contact Renee Fabini for more information about this club at 303-665-9052 ext 5. The featured books are available in paperback, hard cover and Kindle. Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Code

R/NR Day

Time

439202-1

FREE

Wed

1:304/16 4:30pm

The Help

439202-2

FREE

Wed

1:305/21 4:30pm

Message in a Bottle

439202-3

FREE

Wed

1:306/18 4:30pm

Letters to Juliet

439202-4

FREE

Wed

1:307/16 4:30pm

Admission

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Adult Programs Drop-In Programs

adult motorcycle club Are you looking for a chance to ride with others and enjoy their company? We’re interested in helping you form a club to do just that! Please contact the Recreation Coordinator for more information about this club at 303-665-9052 ext 5. We’ll add your name to the list and provide an organizing event if we have enough interest! drop-in programs Just for fun, low-key activities that require no pre-registration. There are several groups that work on projects to benefit the community. knit one pearl two Instructor Mary Banecks will teach participants how to knit hats using a loom. Making a loom hat is simple and no experience is required. You will be able to make hats for the whole family, so come and have some fun. Everything is provided to learn. We donated over 400 hats to the needy last year. Yarn donations are always appreciated! Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. R/NR

Day

Time

Dates

FREE

Tue

1:30-3:30pm

4/1-7/29

lap quilts Join our group of dedicated volunteers who sew small quilts (lap size) that are donated to nursing facilities and other agencies. Can’t make this time? Sew at home! Even if you don’t sew, you can help by ironing, cutting, tying or delivering items. Donations of cotton fabric and rolls of batting are always appreciated. Call the Recreation Coordinator, for more information at 303-665-9052 ext. 5 Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. R/NR

Day

Time

Dates

FREE

Thur

10:00am-12:00pm

4/3-7/31

bridge Calling All Bridge Players! We are now forming groups. Call the Recreation Coordinator for more information at 303-665-9052 ext. 5. pinochle Pinochle is a trick-taking card game typically for two to four players and played with a 48 card deck. Players score points by trick-taking and also by forming combinations of cards into melds. It’s a popular and fun game! Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. R/NR

Day

Time

Dates

FREE

Mon

10:00-11:00am

4/7-7/28*

* Class meets the First and Third Tuesday of the month

* Does not meet 5/26 Memorial Day

whatever group Join this group to catch up with all your friends and make some new ones while working on “whatever” craft you have. Do you want to learn to do a particular needlework? Bring any materials you have and join the fun. Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave.

shanghai rummy Are you looking to meet some new friends? Do you like to play cards or want to learn a new game? Join us every Thursday for this new rummy game. Beginners welcome. Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave.

R/NR

Day

Time

Dates

FREE

Wed

9:00-10:30am

4/2-7/30

FREE

Summer 2014

Day Wed

Time 1:00-2:00pm

Day

Time

Dates

Mon-Thr

1:00-4:00pm

4/7-7/31*

* Does not meet 5/26 Memorial Day

this and that Join this group to catch up with all your friends and make some new ones while working on any “This and that” craft you have. Bring the materials you have and join the fun. Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. R/NR

R/NR FREE

singing If you have music in your heart and a song on your lips, then join the Lafayette Singing Group. No experience needed. Just come ready to sing! And if you don’t like to sing, come ready to enjoy listening! Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave.

Dates

R/NR

Day

Time

Dates

4/2-7/30

FREE

Tue

10:30-11:30am

4/1-7/29

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Adult Programs Day Trips

Meet new people; explore the Denver Metro area and events. There are so many choices including our new Outdoor Adventure Program. Sign up early! Our trips tend to fill fast! Please note that each trip will specify if it is a van or bus trip. Trips that are van trips are not handicapped accessible. Bus trips are handicapped accessible. All trips that have transportation provided leave from the Lafayette GO Center at 103 S. Iowa Ave Trip Etiquette •Please arrive on time: arrive 15 minutes before scheduled departure. Please register in advance. Please note: we are unable to take drop-in sign-ups at the bus pick-up point on the day of trip departure. •Please be considerate of those with limitations who may require the front seat or a window seat. Respect your trip escorts: they have been trained by staff to lead your trip and are volunteering their time. •Please be flexible: sometimes things just don’t go as planned, traffic jams, weather, or disappointing food. We encourage you to make the best of the situation. We plan to! New!

Trip Departure Information Leaving on a trip: All trips leave from the parking lot of the Lafayette GO! Center at 103 S. Iowa Ave. Please plan to meet the bus or van there.

While on a Trip, please depart at the scheduled time: plan to board the bus 15 minutes before the scheduled departure time. Due to scheduling, the bus needs to leave on time. If you return more than 15 minutes late, you will miss the bus! You will then be responsible for paying for your own transportation back to Lafayette. Waitlist Information Lafayette GO Center may partner with other cities for some of the trips. This means that seats are limited to 13 per city. After the registration deadline, if a partner trip is full, a waitlist is established. The waitlist is filled on a first come, first served basis, city by city. For trips we do on our own, when the trip is full a waitlist is established. The waitlist is filled on a first come, first serve basis. rock of ages The worldwide party musical Rock of Ages features a mix of 28 rockin’ 80’s tunes. This five time 2009 Tony nominee is an arena-rock love story told through the mind blowing, face-melting hits of Journey, Night Ranger, Styx, Reo Speedwagon, and many more. Don’t miss this awesomely good time about dreaming big, playing loud and partying on! This is a van trip. Location: Buell Theater Min/Max 11/11 Code

R/NR

Day Time

439100-1 $35/$45 Sat

Dates Deadline

6:00-11:00pm 4/26

4/10

Animal crackers From the zinging one-liners to its slapstick brilliance, this boisterous and raucous comedy about the theft of a valuable painting from a society dinner party is quintessential Marx Brothers mayhem.Since it is just before Mother’s Day, this would make a great present for Mom! This is a van trip. Location Space Theater Min/Max 8/11 Code

R/NR

Day Time

439101-1 $35/$45 Sat

66

11:30am5:00pm

Dates Deadline 5/10

4/10

colorado rockies Come see a game and find out what people are talking about! The two top pitchers in the Rockies’ farm system have been impressive in a short time. Not only have they turned heads within the organization, but baseball in general has noticed, according to MLB.com’s list of Top 100 Prospects. Experience the Rockies this summer. Here’s your chance to cheer them on! Rockies trips are van trips. Price includes ticket and transportation. Rockies vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Code

R/NR

Min/Max 9/9

Day Time

439102-1 $15/$20 Sun

Dates Deadline

12:006:00pm

Rockies vs. San Diego Padres Code

R/NR

Day

439102-2 $15/$20 Wed

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6/2

6/8

Min/Max 9/9

Time

Dates

Deadline

11:005:00pm

7/9

7/2

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Adult Programs Day Trips

cHOCOLATE & WINE PAIRING CLASS Your evening begins with international chocolate pairing. Learn how chocolate is made from bean to bar, how to eat it properly and how to discern the unique flavors from different countries. Next we’ll pair four international wines with two chocolates each, two handcrafted in the shop to bring out the flavors in both the wine and the chocolate. It’s the ultimate night of entertainment and education. Location: The Chocolate Therapist Min/Max 8/13 Code

R/NR

Day

439103-1 $25/$33 Thur

Time

Date

5:45-9:30pm 6/19

Deadline

6/9

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

439104-1 $12/$15 Thur 4:00pm 4/24

Deadline

4/17

R/NR

Day

439105-1 $12/$15 Thur

Summer 2014

Time

Date Deadline

4:00pm 7/24

7/17

R/NR

Day Time 10:00am3:00pm

Date Deadline 6/24

6/20

take a hot air balloon flight creating lifelong memories! Enjoy spectacular views of the majestic Rocky Mountains over beautiful Boulder, Colorado with Fair Winds Hot Air Balloon Flights. Their daily flights offer a year round change of scenery including mountain ranges, plains, and wildlife as far as the eye can see! Included in every Fair Winds Hot Air Balloon Flight: Champagne/Sparkling Cider, Deluxe Continental Breakfast, Official Fair Winds T-shirt, Official Balloon Pin, frame able, Flight Certificate with Personalized photo & more! Location: Lafayette Min/Max 1/50 Code

Craft Beer Tasting and Tour at crystal springs brewing company Visit another of our area’s craft brewing gems: Crystal Springs Brewing Company. This activity will offer an inside look at how the brewery crafts their small-batch, award winning seasonal beers. You will enjoy three generous and distinctly made tasters of beer, learn about what makes each of the beers look and taste the way that they do, and visit the brewing area in the back. Price includes tasters and brewery information. Meet at brewery for tour. Location: Crystal Springs Brewing Co., 657 S. Taylor Ave. #E, Louisville Min/Max 6/11 Code

Code

439106-1 $24/$31 Tue

Craft Beer Tasting and Tour at Front range brewing company Have you been wondering what Colorado Craft Beer is all about? Come and get an inside look at one of Lafayette’s own craft beer taprooms, Front Range Brewing Company. On this activity, you will enjoy three generous and distinctly made tasters of beer, learn about what makes each of the beers look and taste the way that they do, and have a brief tour of the brewing area in the back. Price includes tasters and brewery information. Meet at brewery for tour. Location: Front Range Brewing Co., 400 W. South Boulder Rd #1650 Min/Max 6/11 Code

rocking red rocks Long before the first guitar strummed its stairway to heaven, the beautiful stones of Red Rocks were beguiling visitors to the area. Today, it is perhaps the most unique musical venue in the world. Join Denver History Tours as we explore the history of Red Rocks, Morrison and environs. Don’t worry; you won’t need to hike (unless you want to do so!), because we will drive you where you need to go. This doorway to the mountains will echo with the cheerful notes of your enjoyment, so take your place on the stage and join us! (Tour includes a break for lunch) Location: Red Rocks, Morrison Min/Max 15/27

R/NR

Day Time

439107-1 $195/$254 Sat

5:00am10:00am

Date Deadline 6/7

5/7

parachute in a wind tunnel Soar on a column of air in a vertical wind tunnel at SkyVenture Colorado! Wall-to-wall airflow lets you experience the sensations of freefall and flying. No previous experience is necessary to fly with SkyVenture; just bring your sense of fun and adventure! Afterwards we’ll have lunch at Pasta Jay’s and share our experiences! Location: Lone Tree Min/Max 11/11 Code

R/NR

Day

Time

439108-1

$50/$65

Sun

8:45am7/27 3:00pm

www.cityoflafayette.com/recreation

Date

Deadline

7/14

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Adult Programs Day Trips

clear creek zip & beginner raft trip This trip combines the Clear Creek Zipline Canopy Tour with a beginner river raft trip on Clear Creek that offers lots of rapids and fun while floating through the historic mining town of Idaho Springs. A wonderful choice for families and groups with varying abilities, this combo trip offers the perfect taste of zipping and whitewater. River Class: 2/3, Raft Minimum: 5 yrs. / 50 lbs. Zip Requirements: 48″ tall & 65 to 250 lbs. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. This is a Dream Bus trip. Location: Idaho Springs/Clear Creek/Colorado Adventure Center Min/Max 4/18 Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date Deadline

439109-1

$115/ $150

Fri

7:30am4:30pm

6/6

5/23

just a zip! clear creek zipline canopy Soar through the trees for over 3000 ft. and cross the river three times among five sky high towers on this trip that also highlights Idaho Springs’ gold mining history. The tallest in our five-tower course is over 60 feet. No experience necessary but be ready to gain some height and have a blast! Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. Zip Requirements: 48″ tall & 65 to 250 lbs. Location: Idaho Springs/Clear Creek/Colorado Adventure Center Min/Max 4/12 Code

R/NR

Day Time

439110-1 $94/$122 Fri

Date

9:00am6/13 2:00pm

Deadline

6/2

Just a raft clear creek 1/3 day beginner raft trip Perfect for beginners, this 1/3 day trip offers lots of rapids and fun while floating through the historic mining town of Idaho Springs. A wonderful choice for families and large groups with varying abilities, the Clear Creek beginner trip offers the perfect taste of whitewater. Class: 2/3 Difficulty: Beginner Minimum Age: 5 & 50lbs Meeting Time: 45 minutes prior to trip. Location: Idaho Springs/Clear Creek/Coloardo Adventure Center Min/Max 4/12 Code

R/NR

Day Time

439111-1 $46/$60 Fri

68

Date

11:00am7/11 4:30pm

Deadline

6/30

Just a raft clear creek 1/2 day intermediate raft trip Great for experienced paddlers or aggressive first timers, this half day trip offers nonstop whitewater and is a great way to get a taste of what challenging whitewater is all about. Running such rapids as Nomad and Outer Limits, this section is sure to get your blood flowing. Class: ¾ Difficulty: Intermediate Minimum Age: 14 Meeting Time: 45 minutes prior to trip. Location: Idaho Springs/Clear Creek/Coloardo Adventure Center Min/Max 4/12 Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Dates

439112-1

$55/ $72

Fri

10:00am7/18 3:00pm

Deadline

7/7

wineries of the front range tour Overnight tour Presented by Denver History Tours, this overnight tour takes you to some of Colorado’s wineries. You don’t have to go to France or the Napa Valley to make wine. The plentiful sunshine and wholesome air of the mountains combine with the fruit of Colorado soil to make some memorable vintages. From Estes Park down to Canon City, this tour takes in some of the finest. We might even stop for some cheese! Bring some friends and prepare for an overnight excursion you never imagined could happen in Colorado! It’s the Front Range Winery Tour! Taste wine, enjoy, relax and leave the driving to us. This is a Dream Bus tour. Rooms are double-occupancy. Pricing is for double occupancy only. Location: Greate Royal Gorge Area Min/Max 15/20 Code

R/NR

Day

439113-1

$125/$163 S-M per person

Time

Dates Deadline

8 : 0 0 a m - 6/296:00pm 6/30

6/16

WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED IN…. • A “14er’s Climbing Trip” in early August? • An “End of Summer Camp Out” at Waneka Lake Park? If you’re interested please e-mail reneef@cityoflafayette.com so we can keep you informed about these potential program details.

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Summer 2014


Adult Programs Day Trips & Meal Trips

discovery hiking Explore what’s around the trail you’re hiking on and discover things you might not know were there. Enjoy the early morning birds as you hike on the trail at Waneka Lake with an expert from Parks and Open Space. What a great way to greet a new day! Meet at the Boat House at Waneka Lake. Location: Waneka Lake Min/Max 5/25 Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date Deadline

439117-1

$2/$3

Sat

8:00-9:00am 6/28

6/20

wild flowers and plants hike There are many different types of wildflowers that can be seen from the hiking trail. Join a Parks and Open Space expert and a plant ecologist for a hike to learn about the plants and flowers you’ll see locally. Meet at the Trailhead. Location: Rock Creek East (120th St) Trailhead Min/Max 5/25 Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

439118-1

$2/$3

Sat

9:006/14 10:00am

Deadline 6/8

It pays to work out at the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center! The Recreation Rewards program provides Annual Pass holders access to exceptional offers from Lafayette retail shops, restaurants and service providers. Find a listing of participating businesses and offers on our website.

www.cityoflafayette.com/RecreationRewards

Summer 2014

Meals in the Mountains willow creek restaurant - evergreen Serving fresh, wholesome food while maintaining an awareness of how resources are harvested; sustainable seafood, farms and ranches are used whenever possible. All glass walls, every table has a view! Price range is $12-$16; wide variety of choice. Location: Evergreen Min/Max 8/12 Code

R/NR

Day

Time

Date

439114-1

$9/$12

Tue

10:00am4/29 2:00pm

Deadline

4/22

Kathmandu Restaurant - Nederland Are you ready to try Indian & Nepali cuisine? Join us for a trip to the Kathmandu Buffet where there are always 20 delicious options to choose from, including meat dishes, vegetarian dishes, and our salad bar. Vegan and gluten free options. This restaurant was voted Best Nederland Restaurant of 2012 by Boulder Weekly. Price is $9.95 for the Buffet (drink not included). User rating of 4/5 stars. Location: Nederland Min/Max 8/12 Code

R/NR

Day

439115-1 $9/$12 Thur

Time

Date

10:30am5/29 1:30pm

Deadline

5/22

beso de arte - morrison This upscale Latin Bistro is nestled in the heart of historic downtown Morrison, Colorado, just south of Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Beso de Arte is situated in a circa 1873 building with a bold art deco interior. Price range is $11-$15. User rating 3.5/5 stars. Location: Morrison Min/Max 8/12 Code

R/NR

439116-1 $9/$12

Day

Time

Thur

10:30am6/26 2:30pm

www.cityoflafayette.com/recreation

Date

Deadline

6/19

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Adult Programs Extended Trips

Collette Vacations and Going Places Travel and Premier Travel are proud to partner with Lafayette Adult Center for extended trips for the summer of 2014. For more information and a list of trips, contact the Recreation Coordinator at 303-665-9052 ext, 5 or email reneef@cityoflafayette.com

great trains and canyons tour Please join Premier World Discovery and Lafayette Senior Services on this amazing tour of Sedona and Grand Canyon National Park. Our Great Trains & Grand Canyons tour spends 5 nights at one hotel in beautiful Sedona with full sightseeing of the Grand Canyon National Park. Featuring two rail journeys, you will travel through the Grand Canyon Railway and Verde Canyon Railroad experiencing breathtaking views in one of Nature’s 7 natural wonders of the world. Tour departs September 28, 2014 and includes 8 Meals. Rate is $1,850 and includes your professional tour director, motor coach transportation, and air from Denver International Airport. If you want more detailed information, contact Joseph Selix at Premier World Discovery at 515-707-5189 for a full itinerary and to learn how to book this exciting trip! travel Presentation let’s get excited! Join us for a travel presentation on the Great Trains & Canyon Tour shown above! Premier World Discovery will answer your questions, give you pricing information and get you excited to pack your bags! Location: Affinity Living Community, 860 W. Baseline Rd. Min/Max 6/30

mackinac Island *featuring Tulip festival april 2015 Thi s cl a s s i c Mi d wes tern tour features Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois. Savor two incredible nights amid the luxury of the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island. Enjoy a horse and buggy tour of Mackinac Island. Explore the wonderful city of Chicago with a local guide. Visit the Bavarian-influenced town, Frankenmuth. Learn to roll pretzels, taste German wines and feast on a hearty Bavarian meal. In Southfield, experience the inspirational Henry Ford Museum and view historic homes and famous American workshops including those from Thomas Edison, Henry Ford and Robert Frost. Dine at the elegant Edsel and Eleanor Ford Estate and enjoy a private tour of their home. Visit Holland Michigan’s yearly tulip festival. See the extraordinary flowers at the Veldheer Tulip Garden. Then visit the Windmill Island Gardens to experience a palette of color on the 36 acres of manicured gardens, dikes and canals and the only authentic Dutch windmill operating in the United States. If you want more detailed information contact Judy at Going Places Travel at (303)485-9930 for a full itinerary and to learn how to book this exciting trip! travel Presentation let’s get excited! Join Matt and Judy for a travel presentation on the Mackinac Island trip shown above! They’ll answer your questions, give you pricing information and get you excited to pack your bags! Location: Affinity Living Community, 860 W. Baseline Rd. Min/Max 6/30

Code

R/NR Day

Time

Date

Deadline

Code

439120-1

FREE

2-3pm

5/6

4/28

439119-1 FREE

70

Tue

Bob L. Burger Recreation Center • 303-665-0469

R/NR Day Tue

Time

Date Deadline

3-4pm

6/10

6/3

Summer 2014


Adult Services GO! Center

Looking to volunteer?

With your support, the city can succeed in a variety of areas.

Annual Maintenance Week Closure is September 15-19

The Volunteer Committee of the City of Lafayette helps to connect potential volunteers with City projects that need help. www.cityoflafayette.com/Volunteer

BBRC Maintenance Week is August 9-17

303-665-5525

www.303-665-5525.com Experienced Caring Professionals “Getting the Job Done”

Independent METRO BROKER Companies Other Real Estate Companies Tax Preparation Services Mortgage Lending Services Property Management Services Stop by and see us, we are open seven days a week In the Heart of Downtown

107 S. Public Rd. (Over 35 years at the same location)

Summer 2014

SHOP DONATE SUPPORT Did you know when you shop in our Thrift Store or donate gently used items, you support families in need who live right here in your own community?

• servicing over 1,400 families annually • the only comprehensive center for basic needs in East Boulder County • provide self-sufficiency services • all donations are tax-deductable

701 W. Baseline Rd Lafayette (303)665-4342 www.sistercarmen.org www.cityoflafayette.com/recreation

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Adult Services Information

This section includes a variety of options and resource opportunities for Adults.

resource coordinator Our Adult Community Service Resource Coordinator can help you identify what you need and assist in meeting that need through information, assessment and referral for a variety of resources. Take advantage of a variety of free or low cost programs, services and assistance designed to enhance quality of life for adults who are residents of the City of Lafayette and their caregivers! Resources for socialization, home and environment, mental and physical health, support for activities of daily living and economic programs you or your caregiver may be eligible for. resource coordinator appointments Resource Appointments are available for City of Lafayette Residents. Call Resource Coordinator Lorna Beard at 303-6659052 ext. 3 or email at lornab@cityoflafayette.com for an appointment. For the best service, call for an appointment. The Resource Coordinator has weekly appointment times available by telephone, at Lafayette GO! Center or at your home (as appropriate). If you walk-in,we will set an appointment time but may not be able to accommodate you that day without an appointment. Reduced Program Fees for adults 55+ Please call our Resource Coordinator at 303-665-9052 ext. 3 to determine if you qualify and to complete an application.

THE loan closet We offer a variety of basic medical equipment items for rent to City of Lafayette residents for short term use. Equipment may only be rented to a consumer or family care-giver. Call us at 303-665-9052 ext. 0 for more information or to make a Loan Closet Reservation. Reserved equipment will be available for pick-up on Tuesdays and Fridays from 1:00-3:30pm at Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Avenue. Each item requires a $5.00* per month fee (unless very low income) for all items except Wheelchairs, Escort chairs and the Ramp which are $10 a month (unless very low income). Equipment is limited to the supply on hand and is available on a first come, first serve basis. Equipment may be rented for up to two months per item. * No refunds will be given on Loan Closet items. Equipment Available for Rental: · Crutches/cane · Walker · Shower chair · Wheelchair/Escort chair* (limited) · Ramp * *Limited Availability-call ahead for information

transportation VIA Mobility for Life – VIA can help you get to our lunch program and the Lafayette GO! Center! Via is a door through door transportation service enabling the rider to schedule medical appointments, shopping, and other destinations in and around Boulder County. Via also offers travel training and mileage reimbursement for families. To start receiving rides and services, call the VIA Mobility Specialist at 303-443-3043 for help with your individual needs. If you are already a VIA rider call 303-447-9636.

The City of Lafayette GO! Center is a member of the ADRC partnership. When our Resource Coordinator isn’t available, you can look for resources on your own by visiting ADRC at www.BoulderCountyHelp.org or talk with an ADRC Counselor by calling 303-441-1617. The resource you’re looking for might be right at your fingertips!

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Adult Services Support Classes

volunteer There are Different Ways to Volunteer Whether it is as a front desk person, helping with a Center project, volunteering in the lunch program, or sharing your skills with a drop-in group, everything you do adds to the richness and quality of our programs and services. Think about what your interest area is and contact us for more information or an application! Visit www.cityoflafayette.com/senior or call 303-6659052 ext. 0. Senior Advisory Board The Senior Advisory Board meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 3:30-5:30pm at the Lafayette GO! Center 103 S. Iowa Ave. The Board provides support, expertise and guidance for issues of concern to older adults in the City of Lafayette.

COMMUNITY Support classes aarp smart driver course This class, sponsored by AARP, is an excellent way to improve your skills, increase safety and be eligible for a premium discount on your insurance. Open to all individuals 50 years and over. Certification is valid for 3 years. Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Min/Max 5/15 Code

Fee

439800 $15/$20*

Code

R/N

439801 $0/$0

Day

Time

Fri

1:30-3:30pm 5/16

Date

Deadline

5/9

Registration with Lafayette GO! Center is required.

Monthly Legal Questions & Answers Do you have a legal question or concern? An attorney will be here each month to privately answer simple legal questions. If you need further assistance, the attorney will be able to refer you for more detailed legal help. Instructor: Attorney Sharon Svendsen Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Min/Max: 1/3 Code

R/N

Day

Time

Dates Deadline

439802-1 $0/$0 Tue

11:00-11:45am 4/8

4/1

439802-2 $0/$0 Tue

11:00-11:45am 5/13

5/6

439802-3 $0/$0 Tue

11:00-11:45am 6/17

6/10

439802-4 $0/$0 Tue 11:00-11:45am 7/8 7/1 Registration with Lafayette GO! Center is required.

Diabetes Support and Education Need help learning to control your Diabetes? This class provides education about diet, exercise, sleep and the effect of each on Diabetes. For questions call: 303-441-4995. Instructor: TBA Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Register by: class day

Day

Time

Date

Deadline

Mon

12:004:00pm

5/12

5/5

*$15 fee is for AARP members; the $20 fee is for nonmember AARP participants. Payment is made to instructor at 1st class.

Summer 2014

Medicare Basics Class Are you turning 65 and on Medicaid? Did you know Medicare will become your primary health insurance and you must choose a Medicare Drug Plan to continue to have your medications covered once you are on Medicare? Before you turn 65 make sure you learn more about Medicare benefits, costs, and choices. Instructor: Medicare Counselors, Boulder Cty Area Agency on Aging Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Min/max 5/15

Code

R/N

Day

Time

Dates

439803-1

$0/$0

Mon

11:00am-12:00pm

4/21

439803-2

$0/$0

Mon

11:00am-12:00pm

5/19

439803-3

$0/$0

Mon

11:00am-12:00pm

6/16

439803-4

$0/$0

Mon

11:00am-12:00pm

7/21

Registration with Lafayette GO Center is required.

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Low Vision Group Learn about resources and products for independent living with low vision. Home visits by a low vision specialist may also be an option. Instructor: The Center for People with Disabilities Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Register by: class day Code

R/N

Day

Time

Dates

439804-1

$0/$0

Fri

10:30-11:30am

4/25

439804-2

$0/$0

Fri

10:30-11:30am

5/23

439804-3

$0/$0

Fri

10:30-11:30am

6/27

439804-4

$0/$0

Fri

10:30-11:30am

7/25

Registration with Lafayette GO Center is required. Class meets the fourth Friday of each month.

alzheimer’s disease and dementia series Location: Lafayette GO Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave.

Part i the basics: alzheimer’s, alzheimer’s dementia and memory loss

This is a good overview for those who have a diagnosis of dementia, those who want to learn about Alzheimer’s disease and the services of the Colorado Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. Min/Max 5/25 Code

R/N

439805 $0/$0

Day

Time

Date

Mon

5:30-7:00pm 5/19

Deadline

5/12

Part II Caregiving tips: successful communication

This class covers successful communication skills for interacting with someone with dementia, as well as how to assess and respond to behaviors. Learn how to recognize triggers which may result Min/Max 5/25 in challenging interactions. Code

R/N

Day

439806

$0/$0 Mon

Time

Date

5:30-7:00pm 6/9

Deadline

5/30

respite care resources part 2

Information and assistance for caregivers of older adults or spouses in Lafayette. This class includes assessment of need/eligibility for programs as well as help with paperwork and program enrollment applications. Find out more about respite and long term care. Min/Max 3/10 Code

R/N

Day

439807 $0/$0 Mon

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Time

Date Deadline

3:45-4:45pm 6/2

5/28

ONGOING community service Activities MORNING COFFEE AT THE LAFAYETTE GO CENTER In the morning, we have the coffee ready and we often have something to enjoy it with! On Wednesdays, we provide samples of Panera Bread treats and a coffee bar with some extras! While you’re here check out our Drop-In programs and see what your friends are doing. Fun things are going on Monday-Friday! Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS Stay after the Nutrition Lunch Program at Josephine Commons or stop by for our once a month birthday celebration! Everyone is welcome to enjoy birthday treats and congratulate the birthday gals and guys! If your birthday is in the month we’re celebrating, we’ll have something special for you! The Birthday Celebrations will start at 1:15pm in the dining room. Sponsored by: Location: Josephine Commons Dining Room Min/Max N/A Code

R/NR

Day Time

Birthday Month

Date

439203-1 $0/$0

Tue

1:15-1:45pm

April

4/15

439203-2 $0/$0

Tue

1:15-1:45pm

May

5/13

439203-3 $0/$0

Tue

1:15-1:45pm

June

6/10

439203-4 $0/$0

Tue

1:15-1:45pm

July

7/8

Free bread courtesy of Panera Bread will be available every Wednesday morning at 10:30am •Bread is handed out on a first-come, first-served basis. •The amount per person is determined by the amount received from Panera Bread. •Amount may vary from week to week. •We ask that each person limit their selection to two bagged items of their choice.

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Adult Services Nutrition

NUTRITION THAT IS HEALTHY & DELICIOUS! Monday-Friday 12:00 Noon The lunch program is located at Josephine Commons, 455 N. Burlington Avenue, Lafayette. It’s just a short distance from the Lafayette GO! Services. Enjoy the bright, fresh décor of one of Lafayette’s new senior living communities, while enjoying the familiar, delicious and nutritious food we’ve always served.

60 & older – The meal is FREE. 59 & younger – The fee is $5.50

Contribute to the Nutrition Lunch Program with a Suggested Donation of $3.00

Catered by "Word of Mouth, Inc."

The Lunch Reservation Line: 303-665-9052, extension 1 Please note: Reservations are only taken on this extension!

You’re welcome to come as much as you would like! It would be great to see you every day we serve!

Reservations are required by 1:00 pm, one day prior to each lunch day regardless of whether you make the reservation by calling the lunch line or at the Café. Making a reservation ensures that a meal is prepared for you! Since we plan our meal delivery in advance, those without reservations are only served if there are cancellations. If we are at capacity, you may be placed on a wait list. If you prefer a salad to a hot meal, a Chef’s Salad, Chicken Breast Salad, or Vegetarian Salad is available by request when making a reservation. The salads are made with the same nutrition in mind!

Your Health is Important to Us!

All meals are made with your health in mind, prepared with fresh ingredients! We serve up an impressive dose of benefits by controlling salt, fat and sugar. All of our meals are designed by a Registered Dietician and prepared by a caterer. To pick up a menu, stop by Lafayette Adult Services or Josephine Commons. The menu is also available online at www.cityoflafayette.com/senior. Menus are based on availability of food items. Substitutions may be made without notice. Food is prepared in a kitchen that uses wheat, milk, nut, soy and egg. If you’re new to lunch, we’ll ask you to complete a short form with our Nutrition Site Coordinator. This helps us to provide you with the best service. Free nutrition counseling is also available. Contact the Nutrition Site Coordinator at 303-665-9052, ext. 1 (same number as the lunch line!) For more information be sure to check your display case for information and assistance resources.

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NUTRITION

summer picnics - lunch program on the go

Lunch & Learn Sponsored by Boulder County Area Agency on Aging Put these dates on your calendar. Join us for lunch and enjoy these informative discussions by Candace Johnson, RD. Location: Josephine Commons Min/Max N/A R/NR

Day

Time

Date

Topic

60+ Free Tue 59 - $5.50

12:15-12:45pm 4/15

Eating for Bone Health

60+ Free Tue 59 - $5.50

12:15-12:45pm 5/20

Diet & Cancer Prevention

60+ Free Tue 59 - $5.50

12:15-12:45pm 6/17

Fluid Facts and Hydration

60+ Free Tue 12:15-12:45pm 7/15 Reading Food 59 - $5.50 Labels *Programs are offered as part of the Lunch Program. Please make a lunch reservation. Lunch & Learns are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.

Theme Meals These events offer something a little extra to enrich yourday! Please call for a lunch reservation if you want to be included. Check the menu for additional fun not shown below! Location: Josephine Commons Min/Max N/A R/NR

Day

Time

Date

Topic

60+ Free 59- $5.50

Tue

12-1pm

4/8

Wear a fancy hat

60+ Free 59- $5.50

Tue

12-1pm

5/13

Bring a poem about mom

60+ Free 59-$5.50

Tue

12-1pm

6/10

Bring a quote from dad

60+Free Tue 12-1pm 7/8 Happy Birthday 59-$5.50 America Picnic *Theme events are offered as part of the Nutrition Lunch Program. Please make a lunch reservation. For more information on Theme meals, check out the lunch information board at Josephine Commons.

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happy birthday america picnic Let’s bring the outdoors in and have a boxed picnic lunch while enjoying some special entertainment. In order to participate you must make a lunch reservation; the regular donation is accepted. Location: Josephine Commons Min/Max N/A R/NR

Day

Time

Date

60+ free 59-$5.50

Tue

11:30am-1:00pm 7/8

Deadline

7/7

by 1:00 p.m.

older american celebration indoor/outdoor picnic May is Older Americans Month and this is the time to celebrate. Join us for a boxed picnic lunch at the Lafayette GO Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. We’ll have a special demonstration and entertainment. In order to participate you must make a lunch reservation; the regular donation is accepted. Note: There will be no lunch program at Josephine Commons this day. Location: Lafayette GO! Center, 103 S. Iowa Ave. Min/Max 20/60 R/NR

Day

Time

Date

60+ free 59- $5.50

Wed 11:30am-1:00pm 5/14

Deadline

5/9*

in order to reserve lunch

*No reservations will be taken after May 9

annual louisvillelafayette picnic Join the lunch crowd for the annual summer picnic. This year it’s in Louisville! In order to participate you must make a lunch reservation; the regular donation is accepted. Note: There will be no lunch program at Josephine Commons on this day. Location: Louisville Comm. Park, 955 Bella Vista Dr. R/NR

Day

Time

60+ free 59- $5.50

Fri

11:00am-1:00pm 6/20

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Date

Deadline

6/19

by 1:00 p.m.

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Parks & Golf

Parks, Shelter Reservations Park Regulations • Parks open at 6 a.m. and close at 10 p.m. daily. • Glass containers of any kind are not permitted in any park or recreation facility. • Consumption of alcoholic beverages in any park or recreation facility is prohibited, unless the person or party acquires a special use permit. Alcohol permits are only available when renting Park Shelters. • Alcohol beverages may only be consumed by members of the group holding the shelter permit and may not be resold to the general public. • Motor vehicles are not permitted outside the designated parking area of any park or recreation facility. • Littering is prohibited in any park or recreation facility. Please use trash receptacles provided. • Dogs must be leashed at all times while in any park or recreation facility. • Horses are not permitted in parks or on trails unless otherwise designated. • Fires permitted in designated areas only where grills are provided. • Persons or parties possessing a valid permit have priority for using the sheltered picnic areas only. Permits must be available for inspection at all times. • It is unlawful for any person(s) other than City personnel to solicit, sell or offer any article, product, or service in any park without prior approval, permit or contract from the City. • Firearms are not permitted in any park or any recreational facility. • Noise Ordinance - Any and all use of sound amplifying equipment requires a Special Events and/or Sound Amplification Permit available through the City Clerk’s Office at City Hall, 1290 South Public Rd., Lafayette, Colorado. • Special approval must be received for items such as dunk tanks, hot air balloons, any kind of carnival setup, carnival games or activities, use of tents, catering services, awnings or rented shelters, etc. A written request for these must be submitted to the Recreation/ Facility Management Department at the time reservation is made and paid for.

Skatepark lessons are listed on pages 42-43 Summer 2014

Park Shelter Reservation Information Waneka Lake, LaMont Does & Whitetail

Anyone desiring to reserve a park shelter or recreation facility for parties, gatherings, games, etc., may do so by calling or coming to the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center and acquiring a special facility use permit. Fees for such permits vary with the location, size & length of the event. Alcoholic beverages may only be consumed at an event in the city parks if an alcoholic beverage permit is obtained when renting a shelter. Such a permit will require a $10.00 fee and a refundable $50.00 damage deposit.

5 hrs (9am-2pm) or (4pm-9pm) All day (8am-9pm) Damage deposit no alcohol Damage deposit with alcohol Noise permit

$50.00 $80.00 $25.00 $50.00 $5.00

All reservations and facility rental permits are handled through the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center, Monday-Friday, 7:30 am-4:30 pm. Questions?? Please call Heide Barrowman at 303-665-4206 or reserve at www.cityoflafayette.com/recreation.

Check park availability AND reserve online! www.cityoflafayette.com/recreation Click on the “Shelter Rental” under quick links Wilson Community Garden

Need a little extra space this summer to raise fresh vegetables? Rent a plot at Wilson Community Garden, located at the intersection of West Emma & Miller Streets (500 S. Miller Ave.) This site is irrigated with well water. Each 20’ x 20’ or 10’ x 40’ plot rents for $50/plot and 10’ x 20’ plot rents for $35/plot for the growing season (AprilOctober). Clean up fee of $30/plot refunded once plot is cleared of all plants and soil is turned by November 9. Plots are available on a first-come, firstserved basis and are limited to two per individual (must be 18 years or older). In order to be eligible to rent a garden plot for next year, clean up is required at the end of the growing season. Contact the Lafayette Recreation Department at 303-665-4206 for more information.

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Parks & Golf

Indian Peaks Golf Course

2300 Indian Peaks Trail Lafayette, CO 80026 303.666.4706 www.IndianPeaksGolf.com

Tournaments & Leagues always welCOME! Resident award program This is an award program being offered to Lafayette residents only, and is designed to keep green fees attractive, affordable, and at a rate you’re accustomed to. At check-in, show us your Driver’s License with Lafayette address and immediately begin to earn 10% in Awards Dollars with every full price green fee you purchase for yourself or a member of your immediate family in your residence. When you’ve earned enough to pay for your next full price green fee, you can use your Award Dollars 1:1. Award Dollars never expire and your balance will print on your receipt. While the Award Program is not valid on special offers, outside leagues or tournaments, you can earn Award Dollars when you participate in the Indian Peaks Men’s and Ladies’ Leagues! TEE TIME RESERVATION POLICY Tee time reservations are accepted 30 days in advance. Book online at www.indianpeaksgolf.com or call the Golf Shop at 303-666-4706. Tee times must be guaranteed with a major credit card. There is a 24-hour cancellation policy for tee time reservations. Friday thru Sunday & Holidays, April thru September, we require 18 holes before 1pm except for early Back 9 play.

Family Fun Nights SATURDAY, MAY 10 & FRIDAY, JULY 18, 4-7PM Bring the family out for a fun evening of golf activities including a 9-hole putting course and free range balls. All activities and equipment will be provided free of charge. This will be a great way to spend time with your family and have a fun and free golfing experience.

2014 Family Golf Plan

• Offered April through October, 7 days a week, AFTER 5:00pm. • One junior aged 7-17 gets a FREE green fee with one paying adult green fee • Additional juniors are $5 each • Adults pay regular green fee plus any cart fees Children on the Course Ages 7-9 children may accompany their parent/guardian on the course as a spectator. Ages 10-11 may play the course if accompanied by their parent/guardian. During our Family Golf Plan after 5 pm, ages 7-9 may play the course when accompanied by their parent/guardian. Age 12+ children may play unaccompanied provided they demonstrate proper skills and pace of play. w

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Golf Lessons

LESSONS

$99 ONLY

Get Golf Ready Get Golf Ready is designed to teach everything you'll need to play golf in just five lessons. PGA and LPGA Professionals will show you that there are lots of ways to play by combining fun, friends and fitness. Each session will focus on the various golf skills you will use while playing. In addition to learning the basics, you will be guided onto the golf course to put your skills into action in a casual, friendly setting. In addition, you will receive a free $25 Range Card and a free $25 Discount Play Card, making this a $149 value. Adult

Give us Five Days and We’ll Give You FUN for a lifetime! Online Registration at www.IndianPeaksGolf.com Get Golf Ready 2 Get Golf Ready 2 is designed for intermediate golfers or those returning to the game who possess basic golf skills and considerable golf experience. Each golf skill will be covered in more detail and each golfer will receive individual attention. In addition, you will receive a free $25 Range Card and a free $25 Discount Play Card, making this a $149 value. Adult Dates

Day

Time

5/6, 5/8, 5/13, 5/15, 5/20

Tue/Thr

5:00-6:15pm $129

5/31, 6/7, 6/14, 6/21, 6/28 Sat

Fee

5:30-6:45pm $129

Dates

Day

Time

Fee

7/14,7/16,7/21,7/23, 7/28 Mon/Wed 5-6:15pm

4/5, 4/12, 4/19, 4/26, 5/3

Sat

4:30-5:45pm

$99

8/23, 8/30, 9/6, 9/13, 9/20 Sat

5/5, 5/7, 5/12, 5/14, 5/19

Mon/ Wed

6:30-7:45pm

$99

5/31, 6/7, 6/14, 6/21, 6/28

Sat

4:00-5:15pm

$99

Dates

5/28, 5/30, 6/4, 6/6, 6/11

Wed/Fri

6:30-7:45pm

$99

4/9, 4/11, 4/16, 4/18, 4/23 Wed/Fri

6:00-7:15pm $129

6/16, 6/18, 6/23, 6/25, 6/30 Mon/ Wed

6:30-7:45pm

$99

6/3, 6/5, 6/10, 6/12, 6/17

Tue/Thr

5-6:15pm

7/12, 7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9

4-5:15pm

$99

7/12, 7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9

Sat

5:30-6:45pm $129

7/14, 7/16, 7/21, 7/23, 7/28 Mon/ Wed

6:30-7:45pm

$99

8/27, 8/29, 9/3, 9/5, 9/10

Wed/Fri

5:30-6:45pm $129

8/6, 8/8, 8/13, 8/15, 8/20

Wed/Fri

6-7:15pm

$99

9/5, 9/8, 9/12, 9/15, 9/19

Mon/Fri

5:30-6:45pm

$99

Dates

Day

Time

Fee

4/8,4/10, 4/15, 4/17, 4/22

Tue/Thu

6-7:15pm

$99

5/6,5/8,5/13,5/15,5/20

Tue/Thu

6:30-7:45pm

$99

Dates

Day

Time

Fee

6/3,6/5,6/10,6/12,6/17

Tue/Thu

6:30-7:45pm

$99

6/1

Sun

4:00pm

$35

7/8, 7/10, 7/15, 7/17, 7/22

Tue/Thu

6:30-7:45pm

$99

6/29

Sun

4:00pm

$35

7/29,7/31,8/5,8/7,8/12

Tue/Thu

6:30-7:45pm

$99

7/27

Sun

4:00pm

$35

8/26,8/28,9/2,9/4,9/9

Tue/Thu

6-7:15 pm

$99

8/24

Sun

4:00pm

$35

Sat

WOMEN Only

$69 ($119+ value)

Summer 2014

$129

5:30-6:45pm $129

WOMEN Only Day

Time

Fee $129

Get Golf Ready Outing These non-competitive group outings are for graduates of Get Golf Ready and their guests. Enjoy a fun and casual 9-hole outing with players of similar ability. You don’t have to keep score and you are encouraged to use the “It’s Okay Rules”, just have a good time! Fee of $35/player includes 9-hole green fee, cart, range balls, and prizes.

Preferred Player Card

Good for $7 off 10 rounds and your 11th round is FREE! FREE round valid 7 days a week. 10% off the regular price of merchandise & 10% off food from the grill. No expiration date. Restrictions apply.

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Mother-Daughter Clinic and Lunch Spend the morning with your daughter or bring your best friend to this all girl’s event. This popular clinic includes instruction on the following golf skills: putting, chipping, full-swing with irons, and driving. Enjoy lunch in The Peaks Bar and Grill after a fun morning of learning. Price is all inclusive. Dates

Day

Time

Fee

5/11

Sun

9am-12pm

$69

6/15

Sun

9am-12pm

$69

7/13

Sun

9am-12pm

$69

8/17

Sun

9am-12pm

$69

Lil’ Linksters ages 5-6 Introduce your little one to the game of a lifetime with this golf class that puts the emphasis on fun. Real junior clubs, as well as S.N.A.G. (Starting New At Golf) equipment is used to make the learning fast and fun. Enthusiastic instructors will provide a safe environment and get your junior golfer started on the right path.

Junior ages 7-11 Juniors in this class will learn basic golf skills from our friendly professional staff. Instruction will include putting, chipping, pitching, and full swing with irons and woods. Safety, etiquette, sportsmanship, and basic golf rules will also be covered. Dates

Day

Time

Fee

4/5,4/12,4/19,4/26,5/3

Sat

3-4:15pm

$99

5/17,5/24,5/31,6/7,6/14

Sat

2:30-3:45pm

$99

6/3,6/5,6/10,6/12,6/17

Tue/Thr

10:15-11:30am $99

6/3,6/5,6/10,6/12,6/17

Tue/Thr

1:45-3pm

$99

6/23, 6/25, 6/30, 7/2, 7/7

M/W

1:30-2:45pm

$99

7/8,7/10,7/15,7/17,7/22

Tue/Thr

10:15-11:30am $99

7/8,7/10,7/15,7/17,7/22

Tue/Thr

1:45-3pm

$99

7/12,7/19,7/26,8/2,8/9

Sat

2:30-3:45pm

$99

Juniors ages 12-17 Dates

Day

Time

Fee

5/17,5/24,5/31,6/7,6/14 Sat

1-2:15pm

$99

Dates

Day

Time

Fee

6/3,6/5,6/10,6/12,6/17

Tue/Thr

11:45am-1pm

$99

6/3,6/5,6/10,6/12, 6/17

Tue/Thr

9-10am

$79

6/23,6/25,6/30,7/2, 7/7

M/W

3:00-3:45pm

$99

7/8,7/10,7/15,7/17, 7/22

Tue/Thr

9-10am

$79

7/8,7/10,7/15,7/17,7/22 Tue/Thr

11:45am-1pm

$99

7/12,7/19,7/26,8/2,8/9

1-2:15pm

$99

Sat

Junior 3-Day Mini-Camp ages 10 and up This camp consists of 3 days of instruction in the morning, lunch, and 9 holes of play in the afternoon. The camp is designed for juniors with considerable golf experience and the ability to play 9 holes on their own. Juniors must have their own golf clubs and be able to walk 9 holes. All areas of the game will be improved through 6 hours of semi-private instruction with a student-teacher ratio of 4:1. Dates

Day

Time

Fee

6/2-4

Mon-Wed

9:30am-3:30pm

$230

6/16-18

Mon-Wed

9:30am-3:30pm

$230

6/23-25

Mon-Wed

9:30am-3:30pm

$230

7/7-9

Mon-Wed

9:30am-3:30pm

$230

7/28-30

Mon-Wed

9:30am-3:30pm

$230

8/11-13

Mon-Wed

9:30am-3:30pm

$230

Online Registration at www.IndianPeaksGolf.com

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Registration Registration

OnLine WebTrac Registration (credit card and/or household credit balance)

Online Registrations have first priority for class registrations. You will need a username and password to register online. Visit our website at www.cityoflafayette.com/recreation and follow the link to register your household for a WebTrac account. Your username and password will be e-mailed to you. Please allow two business days to receive your account information. You do not need to request an account each time a brochure is published. Already have an account? Go to www.register.cityoflafayette.com to log into WebTrac. Online Resident Registration Begins March 24, 2014 at 9 a.m. Online Non-Resident Registration Begins March 31, 2014 at 9 a.m.

Fax

(credit card and/or household credit balance) Fax your completed registration form with your credit card information to the Recreation Center at (303) 665-0987. Faxed registrations will be processed on the same dates as the walk-in registrations.

Walk-In

(cash / check / credit card / money order / and /or household credit balance) You may register in person at the front desk of the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center during regular business hours. Walk-in Resident Registration Begins March 26, 2014 Walk-in Non-Resident Registration Begins April 2, 2014

Class confirmation

Please provide your e-mail address on the registration form. We will e-mail receipts to you. Please review your receipt carefully. Contact the Recreation Center immediately if there is a problem.

Registration Information

1) The Recreation Department reserves the right to cancel or combine any class due to an insufficient number of participants. You will be notified prior to the first class if it has been cancelled and you will receive a full refund, credit or transfer to another class. 2) Late fees: Any youth sports registration not received by the registration deadline, will be assessed a $10 late fee. Payment will be taken (check or credit card) for youth league wait list registrations, but will not be processed until the child is placed on a team.

Cancellation/Refund Policy

We strive for positive experiences and excellence in everything we do. If you must cancel from a class, you must request the cancellation seven days prior to the start of the class in order to receive a 75% refund. Day Camp deposits and Preschool/B.A.S.E. registration fees are non-refundable. • All cancellations initiated by the participant must be approved by the program supervisor, and will be assessed a 25% cancellation fee. • Class transfers are subject to a $5.00 transfer fee. • No refunds or credits will be given for cancellations, initiated by or for the participant, made less than 7 days before the start of class. • Refunds will be issued in the form of a check or credit card (depending on method of payment) or a household credit balance.

Lafayette Resident

In order to qualify for the resident fee, participants must reside within the corporate boundaries of the City of Lafayette.

Online Registration begins 3/24 and receives

priority registration status! Summer 2014

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Registration Reduced Rates

Reduced Rates

The City of Lafayette provides a program for eligible participants, which will reduce fees for youth by 50% for activities, sponsored by the Recreation Department, as well as reduce the daily admission fee by 50%. This reduced rate program is available to all Lafayette Residents meeting one of the following guidelines: *Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) *Supplemental Social Security Income (S.S.I. or S.S.D.) *W.I.C. Recipients *Section 8 or Public Housing *Medicaid Recipients *Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) *Food Stamps *Free Lunch Program Please Note: Proof will need to be provided at time of application. All applicants 18 years and older MUST provide: 1) ID (one of these): Colorado Driver’s License Colorado Identification Card U.S. Military Card Native American Tribal document AND 2) Must sign the Lawful Presence Affidavit (included inthe Reduced Rate Application) If you meet one of the above standards, you need to completely fill out the reduced rate application form. Attach a copy of the documentation for the category you qualify for and either mail it in or bring it to the Recreation Center for processing. Applications will not be processed without required documentation, copy of identification, or a signed Lawful Presence Affidavit. Please allow five business days to process. You will be notified by mail of your acceptance in this program. Please note: Medicaid cards will no longer be accepted as proof of Medicaid. If you are a Medicaid recipient, please include documentation from Medicaid stating the eligibility dates for this program.

FACILITY USE:

The City of Lafayette offers a reduced rate plan for those Lafayette residents who apply for assistance and meet Social Services criteria (same as listed above for program fee assistance). Eligible citizens (adults and youth) will be able to use the Recreation Center for half of the daily admission fee. The applications are available at the Recreation Center. These applications may be turned in throughout the year. The reduced rate is good through the calendar year. Applicants must apply each year for this program.

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PROGRAM USE:

1. Once the application has been approved, the youth listed on the application will be entitled to onehalf (50%) reduction in the resident fee for a selected class or program. Fees must be paid at the time of registration. Please Note: If you register and pay for a class before your reduced rate is approved, refunds or household credits will not be given. 2. This eligibility is good for one calendar year - January through December. There is no need to re-apply for reduced rates each time a brochure is published 3. The family is responsible for any outside materials or equipment not supplied by the program. 4. Classes that are offered on a contractual basis through the City of Lafayette are not eligible for the reduced rate. These classes are identified with an asterisk (*). If you have questions regarding this please contact the Recreation Center at 303-665-0469. 5. No single child can receive more than $100 in fee reductions per calendar year. Remaining funds are not transferable to any other child. 6. Families that are approved for reduced rates for programs will be notified through the mail. This letter will explain the procedure for using this program. 7. The reduced rate money allotted to each child for the year or for the remaining portion of the year will be prorated based on the date the application is received by the Recreation and Facility Management Department. Please refer to the prorated schedule listed below: Winter/Spring ($100) - Applications must be received by 4/30/14. Summer ($75) - Applications must be received by 6/30/14. Fall ($50) - Applications must be received by 9/30/14.

Bob L. Burger Recreation Center • 303-665-0469

Summer 2014


KNOW THE SYMPTOMS. IMPROVE YOUR ODDS.

Call 911 at the earliest sign of a stroke. The statistics are clear — you need to know the symptoms: • • • •

Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the United States. Stroke is the leading cause of serious, long-term disability. 795,000 people suffer a stroke every year. Strokes can occur at ANY age. Nearly 1/4 occur in people under 65.

When you see the signs of a stroke, don’t delay – call 9-1-1 right away. Local residents have access to first-rate stroke treatment. Boulder Community Hospital is a nationally certified Primary Stroke Center and Healthgrades® named us Best in Boulder County for Stroke Treatment for 2013. We provide high quality, evidence-based care designed to meet the specialized needs of stroke patients.

Order your free wallet-sized Stroke Symptoms Cards at www.bch.org/strokecard or call 303-441-0580.

Source: StrokeCenter.org


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