The band plays on One of Lawrenceâ€™s oldest traditions continues this summer
2010 Summer/Fall activities guide Strike up the band! It’s time for summer! Besides baseball, America’s favorite pastime, and picnics in the park, Lawrence’s history is rich with many summertime activities. One of the most prominent is the Lawrence City Band, which started shortly after settlement of Lawrence in 1854. For eight weeks in the summer on Wednesday nights, you can take in a free band concert in historic South Park. You can also find a lot of fun summer and fall activities offered by Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department listed throughout this Activities Guide. With more than 450 programs and activities to choose from, Lawrence Parks and Recreation has the beat to keep the tempo moving into next year.
Enrollment is easy! ONLINE ENROLLMENT *If you have enrolled in a Parks and Recreation program after January 2000, you’re already in our database and can log in using your home phone (10 digits, no spaces or dashes) as your User Name. You’ll use your last name as your Password. We encourage you to change these after logging in the first time. If you aren’t registered, click on “New User” and follow the prompts to create your personal login and password. DON’T THINK YOU CAN? Visit LPRD’s Web site for assistance with online enrollment. View our Help Page, which will walk you through the process of enrolling online. You can find the help page at: http://www.lprd.org/help.shtml **Walk-in registration takes priority over fax-in and mail-in registrations.
online* Starting Sunday, April 11 (for all summer/fall activities) Visit our Web site at www.lprd.org; create a user name and password (if you haven’t already). Log in and stretch your limits with Parks and Recreation. WALK-IN / FAX-IN** / MAIL-IN** Starting Monday, April 12 (for all summer/fall activities) Visit any Parks and Recreation facility to enroll. (For a complete listing of the facilities and their enrollment hours, see page 2). Visa, MasterCard only. Faxed enrollments processed at South Park Recreation Center at (785) 832-7938. You can also drop your registration and payment in the mail. Pay by check or credit card. Send your registration and payment to Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department, South Park Recreation Center — Registration, 1141 Massachusetts St., Lawrence, KS 66044. Make checks payable to LPRD.
Table of Contents Lawrence Parks and Recreation Directory . . . . . . . . . . . Page 2 General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 3 Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 4 Strike Up the Band . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 6 Aquatic Hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 8 Aquatics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 9 Golf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 20 Life-Long Recreation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 22 Nature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 24 Stretch’s Corner for Adults���������������������������������������������Page 26 Stretch’s Corner for Kids�������������������������������������������������Page 27 Recreation Instruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 28 Riverfront Park Disc Golf Course Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 35 Park and Path Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 36 Centennial Park Disc Golf Course Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 38 Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 50 Special Populations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 52
Adult Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 54 Aquafina Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run . . . . . Page 56 Hershey’s Track & Field Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 56 Youth Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 57 Youth Camps — Summer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 58 Other Programs/Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 61 Community Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 63 Recreation Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 64 Signature Sponsors/Stretch’s Corner Keys . . . . . . . . . . . Page 69 Lawrence Parks and Recreation Advisory Board . . . . . . . Page 69 Adult Sports Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 70 Adult Sports Roster/Youth Sports Registration Form . . . . Page 71 Class/Activity Enrollment Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 72 THE CITY OF LAWRENCE DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, SEX, RELIGION, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, AGE, ANCESTRY, SEXUAL ORIENTATION OR DISABILITY.
Lawrence Parks and Recreation Directory
TDD PHONE 832-3205
LAWRENCE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT P.O. Box 708, Lawrence, KS 66044-0708
City Commission* Robert Chestnut, Mayor Michael Dever Mike Amyx, Vice Mayor Lance Johnson Aron Cromwell David L. Corliss, City Manager ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE 947 New Hampshire St., Suite 200B • (785) 832-3450 Reservation/Enrollment Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Mon-Fri) STAFF Ernie Shaw, Interim Director/Assistant Director firstname.lastname@example.org Mark Hecker, Assistant Director email@example.com Roger Steinbrock, Marketing Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org Paula Craig, Administrative Support Karen Risner, Administrative Support CEMETERIES: Oak Hill, Memorial Park, Maple Grove Office at Memorial Park: 1517 E. 15th St. • (785) 832-7955 Hours: 8 a.m. to noon (Mon-Fri) COMMUNITY BUILDING 115 W. 11th St. • (785) 832-7920 Reservation/Enrollment Hours: 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. (Mon-Fri), 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Sat) CODES CB������ Community Building CR1����� Community Room 1 CR2����� Community Room 2 CR3����� Community Room 3 AR�������������������������Art Room STAFF
DS������������������� Dance Studio GY���������������������Gymnasium WR�������������� Wellness Room CFR��������Conference Room
Annette Deghand, Special Populations Supervisor email@example.com Bob Stanclift, Adult Sports Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org Paige Moore, Recreation Programmer Tim Laurent, Facility Operations Supervisor email@example.com Craig Houfek, Recreation Center Programmer Bobby Wilson, Administrative Support Amy Chavez, Administrative Support
EAGLE BEND GOLF COURSE & LEARNING CENTER 1250 E. 902 Road • (785) 748-0600 • 1-877-861-GOLF (4653) STAFF John Morris, Golf Operations Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org Greg Dannevik, Assistant Golf Operations Supervisor email@example.com EAST LAWRENCE RECREATION CENTER 1245 E. 15th St. • (785) 832-7950 Enrollment Hours: 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. (Mon-Fri), 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Sat) CODES ELRC..................................East Lawrence Recreation Center GY........................................................................... Gymnasium MPR......................................................... Multi-purpose Room MR..................................................................... Meeting Room STAFF Ross Schraeder, Recreation Center Programmer
HOLCOM PARK RECREATION CENTER 2700 W. 27th St. • (785) 832-7940 Enrollment Hours: 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. (Mon-Fri), 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Sat) CODES HPRC....................................Holcom Park Recreation Center GY........................................................................... Gymnasium BR.................................................................. Wayne Bly Room HR........................................................... Louie Heinrich Room STAFF Duane Peterson, Special Events Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org Lee Ice, Youth Sports Supervisor email@example.com Jamie Reed, Recreation Center Programmer
Parks and recreation advisory board Jana Dobbs, Chairperson Andy Clayton Kelly Barth Kevin Loos *at time of printing Joe Caldwell LAWRENCE INDOOR AQUATIC CENTER 4706 Overland Drive • (785) 832-SWIM (7946) Reservation/Enrollment Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Mon-Fri), 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. (Sat & Sun) CODES LIAC.................................... Lawrence Indoor Aquatic Center WR......................................................... Tom Wilkerson Room STAFF Jimmy Gibbs, Aquatics Manager firstname.lastname@example.org Lori Madaus, Aquatics Supervisor email@example.com Becky Childers, Assistant Aquatics Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org Jai Hoyer, Aquatics Programmer II email@example.com Lisa Hughes, Administrative Support CARL KNOX NATATORIUM 19th and Louisiana streets (on the campus of Lawrence High School) CODES CKN.......................................................Carl Knox Natatorium LAWRENCE OUTDOOR AQUATIC CENTER 727 Kentucky St. • (785) 832-7990 CODES LOAC............................... Lawrence Outdoor Aquatic Center
PARKS AND MAINTENANCE DIVISION Lynn Applegate, Facilities Maintenance Supervisor (785) 832-7960, firstname.lastname@example.org John Gress, Facilities Maintenance Supervisor (785) 832-7960, email@example.com Kerry Golden, Park District Supervisor (District 1 & Golf Course) (785) 832-7959, firstname.lastname@example.org Rowan Green, Park District Supervisor (District 2) (785) 832-7971, email@example.com Mitch Young, Park District Supervisor (District 3 & Cemetery) (785) 832-7955, firstname.lastname@example.org Crystal Miles, Horticulture Manager (785) 832-7970, email@example.com Jim Beebe, Forestry Supervisor (785) 832-7979, firstname.lastname@example.org
PRAIRIE PARK NATURE CENTER 2730 Harper St. • (785) 832-7980 Reservation/Enrollment Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Tues-Sat), 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. (Sun), Closed (Mon) CODES PPNC.......................................................................................... Prairie Park Nature Center STAFF Marty Birrell, Nature Interpretive Supervisor email@example.com Tasha Schultz, Naturalist firstname.lastname@example.org SOUTH PARK RECREATION CENTER 1141 Massachusetts St. • (785) 832-7930 Reservation/Enrollment Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Mon-Fri), Closed (Sat & Sun) CODES SPRC.......................................South Park Recreation Center FR................................................................. Kathy Fode Room CR................................................................Conference Room SR.................................................................. Sunflower Room STAFF Jo Ellis, Recreation Instruction Supervisor email@example.com June Morton, Administrative Support
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Class Name Co-sponsored Class Not Eligible for Youth Scholarships Class Omit Dates
senior strength training Ages: 55 and Up. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 12. Strength training for seniors is effective in improving balance (preventing falls), strengthening major muscle groups, and increasing muscle mass and bone density. The class is designed to include functional movement patterns to enhance daily living activities. A variety of strength-training equipment will be used, including universal machines, free weights, and resistance tubing and bands. Class includes a warm-up period and a post-workout stretch. NOTE: A physician’s release is required prior to beginning of class. No class 11/22, 11/24, 11/26. Instructor: LPRD staff. NSD.
Class Code Night Class (Noted in bold)
Section of Class Name of Class
CODE SEC 315333 A 315334 A 315334 B 415333 A 415334 A 415334 B
CLASS Beg(CB) Int(VL) Int(VL) Beg(CB) Int(VL) Int(VL)
DAY MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF
TIME 8:05-9am 8:30-9:20am 5:30-6:20pm 8:05-9am 8:30-9:20am 5:30-6:20pm
DATE 6/2-7/23 6/2-6/25 6/2-6/25 9/13-11/5 9/13-11/5 9/13-11/5
LOC FEE HPRC-HR $48 HPRC-BR $23 HPRC-BR $23 HPRC-HR $50 HPRC-BR $50 HPRC-BR $50
CLSC............................................................................................. Clinton Lake Softball Complex, 5101 Speicher Road DCSS..............................................................................Douglas County Senior Services, Eighth and Vermont streets FBC.................................................................................................................... First Baptist Church, 1330 Kasold Drive FG#21, FG#1, FG-KSEXT...................................................................................... 4-H Fairgrounds, 2120 Harper St. FS................................................................................................................................. First Serve, 5200 Clinton Parkway FUMC............................................................................................ First United Methodist Church, 867 U.S. Highway 40 GFORCE................................................................................................................................. G-Force, 725 N. Second St. HSC.................................................................................................................Holcom Sports Complex, 2601 W. 25th St. LRA.......................................................................................................... Lawrence Rotary Arboretum, 5100 W. 27th St. LTC.....................................................................................................................Lawrence Tennis Center, 800 W. 21st St. Maceli’s........................................................................................................................Maceli’s, 1031 New Hampshire St. ML ........................................................................................................................................Mary’s Lake, 2730 Harper St. RFP-CL............................................................... River Front Plaza-Computer Lab, Sixth and New Hampshire streets TBA........................................................................................................................................ To Be Announced/Assigned TLC.....................................................................................................Trinity Lutheran Church, 1245 New Hampshire St. UPD..................................................................................................................... Union Pacific Depot, 402 N. Second St.
Class Notes No Senior Discount Class Location (Listed on pages 2-3)
Class Fee Dates of Class Time of Class Day of Class
(Noted in blue)
M — Monday
T — Tuesday
W — Wednesday
DAYS: R — Thursday
F — Friday
S — Saturday
SU — Sunday
for information on program and activities cancellations due to inclement weather, call 832-7999 or listen to 1320 am, klwn. if you are in need of special accommodations for our programs/classes, please call south park recreation center at 832-7930.
ON THE COVER: The Lawrence City Band plays to a large crowd gathered in South Park one summer evening (photo by Roger Steinbrock).
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Registration for all 2010 summer/fall programs begins
April 11 – Online April 12 – Walk-In/Fax/Mail Registration for these programs will end the first day of scheduled class or when the class has reached enrollment limit.
It is not our policy to prorate classes. To register, fill out registration form(s) completely. All program registration is done on a first-come, first-served basis. Incomplete or inaccurate registrations will be returned without being processed. PLEASE REMEMBER THAT A SIGNATURE IS NECESSARY ON EVERY FORM! Activities and programs have minimum and maximum enrollments. Registration is required before the first class meets. This enables us to notify you if the class is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment or of any changes in class time and/or location. A transfer or refund may be issued if a class is cancelled. Withdraw/Transfer/Refund Policy Lawrence Parks and Recreation reserves the right to cancel or combine any program due to lack of enrollment. If someone wishes to withdraw/transfer from a class/activity/ program, notification must be done at least five business days (Monday-Friday) prior to the start of the class/activity/program. A household credit will be provided in the full amount of the fee charged at the time of enrollment for those withdrawing from a class/activity/program at least five days prior to the start of the class/activity/program. Withdraws/transfers within the five days prior to the start date of a class/activity/program may be granted on a case-by-case basis by the Recreation Supervisor, if the class/activity/program doesn’t fall below the minimum number of participants needed to hold a class (minimums provided in class descriptions in the Activities Guide) or if a class waiting list exists for the class/activity/program. Transfers will be granted without additional fees. A $10 processing fee will be assessed for those wanting a refund. Refunds will not be granted without authorization of the Division Supervisor. Parks and Recreation does NOT prorate classes or activities except in the event of a medical emergency or illness arising mid-season. A prorated refund will be issued if a doctor’s note is received within two weeks of the first class, provided that one-third of the program has not transpired.
Waiting lists will be formed when programs are filled. A fee will NOT be assessed unless contacted by Parks and Recreation when space becomes available. Those who are not contacted should not attend the class. Every attempt will be made to accommodate people on a waiting list.
Both Adult and Youth Sports registration deadline policies state teams will be formed at the time of the deadline date, according to the number of registrations that have been received. Late registrations will be accepted ONLY to fill those teams or leagues that have not reached their maximum capacity. For Adult Sports, no new teams will be formed once league schedules have been distributed. For Youth Sports, late registrants will not be guaranteed placement on the same team as other participants from the school they attend. All late registration fees noted on the sport registration form apply. Due to supervision and insufficient space, children are not allowed to accompany parents/guardians to adult classes unless specifically noted in the class description. If enrolling more than one child in a parent participation class, please contact Jo Ellis, recreation instruction supervisor, for more information at 832-7930. Payment must accompany all registrations. Payment is accepted by cash, check, money order, Visa or MasterCard. Telephone registrations will NOT be accepted. Seniors (age 60+) receive a 10 percent discount excluding Eagle Bend Golf Course & Learning Center. Classes with “NSD” at the end of the class description are additional classes to which the senior discount does not apply. SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM Scholarships are available to youth and special populations participants who meet specific guidelines. A separate application must be completed at the time of enrollment. Classes that are co-sponsored and designated trips are not eligible for scholarships. A n symbol at the beginning of the class description designates those programs or activities that will not be included in the scholarship program. For more information, call 832-7930. All classes/activities, times/dates/days, instructors and pricing listed are subject to change. Check for changes at the time of enrollment. In the event of a cancelled class, a makeup date will be added. If participants are unable to attend the scheduled makeup, participants may not attend a similar program/class in replacement of the rescheduled program/class, nor will a credit/refund be given to participants unable to attend makeup classes.
STRIKE Upthe BAND A look into one of the city’s oldest — and favorite — traditions.
very Wednesday evening during the summertime, area residents come together at South Park to enjoy one of Lawrence’s oldest traditions — the Lawrence City Band. The band has performed in South Park for about 40 years in the gazebo that is more than 100 years old. However, the band’s tradition goes much further back in history. Its roots can be traced to when the first emigrants settled in the territory. Four men brought along two cornets, a bugle and a fife, playing music along the journey to the Kansas Territory. “People from New England brought instruments on their wagons,” said Robert Foster, who has been the band’s conductor for more than 10 years and played in the band for 30 years before then. “They were able to start making music in Lawrence as soon as they unloaded the wagons. The band grew from there just like the city grew.” Grow, it did. Today, the band is composed
of 55 area residents, from students in high school to those in their 70s. Concerts occur Wednesdays at 8 p.m. A one-hour practice session precedes each concert, the only time the band will practice before performing each week. “It’s kind of awesome to play in the band,” Robert Friauf said. Friauf, a retired University of Kansas professor, has played clarinet in the band for about 35 years. “You learn to show up on time and pay attention. You can’t stop too often, even to work on tough spots. It’s sort of breathtaking.” Lawrence native Jade Brown remembers the City Band from his childhood. This summer will be Brown’s fifth year playing saxophone in the band. Brown said he joined the band because he wanted to play the classical repertoire of pieces with other talented musicians. “They are so good at what they do,” Brown said of the band members. “It’s nice to play with a group that can sit down and basically sight-read through difficult literature and then
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sit down and play a concert.” While Brown plays music for himself, he said his favorite part of being in the band is seeing all the people who come out to the concerts. He likes seeing kids running around the park having fun while parents sit on lawn chairs, listen to the show, drink lemonade and chat with one another. “I think we as a society have fallen back in the walls of our home,” Brown said. “We’re not as engaged with our neighbors and our community as we used to be. To have a community event where everyone comes together at a common place to listen to the music is a great thing.” For Friauf, the concerts are nostalgic, evoking feelings of a simpler, less worrisome time. “It’s pure Americana,” Friauf said. “The bandstand, the city park, the crowd gathered on the lawn. It’s Midwest America at its best in the summertime.”
It’s pure Americana. The bandstand, the city park, the crowd gathered on the lawn. It’s Midwest America at its best in the summertime.”
Robert Friauf Esprit de corps Though the band members are different ages, hold varied occupations and come from diverse backgrounds, they all have one thing in common — their dedication to the City Band. “You can tell there’s an esprit de corps between the band,” Friauf said. However, this “esprit de corps” — common spirit of comradeship, enthusiasm and devotion to a cause among the members of a group — doesn’t stop with the band’s roster. The value of the band to the community and its history is recognized by all the residents who attend the concerts. Brown has played in other bands and in other venues, and he always noticed certain types of people going to certain types of shows. But the summer concerts in the park seem to transcend the specific styles of music people like, he said. “The thing about this band that really sets it apart is the community involvement at such a grassroots level,” Brown said. “It pulls in a lot of people from a lot of different areas and backgrounds that wouldn’t usually come together.” Not only are the band concerts a perfect setting for area residents to come together as a whole, it’s a place to reflect on Lawrence’s founding, history and present day. “I think it’s a link to the history of the city,” Brown said. “It’s a way for the older crowd to keep the community bond alive, and for the younger people, it’s a gateway to the community. It shows what our community can be and what it was.”
Those four men who brought their instruments to Kansas continued to regularly play music for the settlers. They played at weddings, funerals and birthdays, and on warm summer nights. Their instruments, which surely showed the wear of several years and a strenuous journey, were replaced in 1863, purchased with funds donated by the community members who enjoyed the music. The first concert played with the new instruments occurred one evening in late August, greatly enjoyed by all who attended. The day after the band concert marked Quantrill’s Raid, also known as the Lawrence Massacre. The guerilla attack by Missourian confederates resulted in 200 deaths and a destroyed city. Three of the band members were among those who were killed. “There have always been trials and tribulations that have happened,” Brown said. “The music helps us remember and honor times and people that have gone by. It also serves to remind us where we are and what we can do as a community to make it better.” Budget woes A major portion of the funding for the band comes from the city. While the band is funded through this year, the current economic situation could make it difficult for the city to continue providing funds. “I have people stop me on the streets and say they are concerned about the band concerts,” Foster said. “They ask if there is even going to be a concert.”
Lawrence Parks and Recreation funds the band through monies it receives from a state excise tax. Ernie Shaw, interim director of the department, said because the state is in as tough an economic situation as the city, it could create new legislation to keep the tax revenue rather than giving it to the city. Shaw understands the value of the band to the community. But there simply isn’t enough money to go around. Many Parks and Recreation programs are self-supported, meaning user fees cover the cost of the programs. While special events such as the band concerts are important to the city, they don’t bring in any revenue. “When money gets tight, that’s what we have to start looking at,” Shaw said. “How do we continue these types of events without cutting into the priority programs?” In development of the 2010 budget, the department was requested to explore the possibility of outside fundraising to provide assistance to the band concert series. In response to this request, the department’s Marketing Division has implemented a sponsorship program for businesses to help support the band while gaining advertising recognition. Businesses can sponsor individual concerts throughout the summer and will get benefits for their sponsorships, including recognition at the concert and on all promotional materials. Citizens wishing to donate can contact Roger Steinbrock, marketing supervisor, by calling 785-832-3450 or visiting the Administrative Office at 947 New Hampshire St., Suite 200B, Lawrence, KS 66044.
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Spring Aquatic Hours Continuing through May 28
The water areas at all aquatic facilities close 15 minutes before the facility closes. Waterslides and Diving areas close 30 minutes before the facility closes. Some areas of the facility may be reserved for swimming instruction and fitness classes in both the competition center and the family pool during the day. Admission is charged for everyone, including non-swimmers.
Indoor Aquatic Center 4706 Overland Drive (north of Free State High School)
(785) 832-7946 (SWIM) Lap Swimming Monday-Friday: 5:15 a.m. to 7:45 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. to 7:45 p.m. Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
Saturday: 1 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday: 1 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
warm water workouts Monday-Thursday: noon to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday: noon to 2:30 p.m.
Located on the Lawrence High School Campus
zero-depth and Children’s area Monday-Friday (except Wednesday): 3:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Wednesday: 2:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m.
Waterslide & diving area Monday-Friday: 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
carl knox natatorium (785) 832-7946 (SWIM)
Lap Swimming (through May 13) Monday-Thursday: 6:15 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Friday-Sunday: Closed
summer Aquatic Hours The water areas at all aquatic facilities close 15 minutes before the facility closes. Waterslides and Diving areas close 30 minutes before the facility closes. Some areas of the facility may be reserved for swimming instruction and fitness classes in both the competition center and the family pool during the day. Admission is charged for everyone, including non-swimmers.
Indoor Aquatic Center
carl knox natatorium
4706 Overland Drive (north of Free State High School)
Located on the Lawrence High School Campus
(785) 832-7946 (SWIM)
(785) 832-7946 (SWIM)
registration hours Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
Lap Swimming Closed May 14-August 15
summer hours Facility hours May 29-July 30 Lap Swimming Monday-Friday: 5:15 a.m. to 8:45 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. to 8:45 p.m. Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. Waterslide & diving area Monday-Saturday: 1 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. warm water workouts Monday-Thursday: noon to 1:00 p.m. zero-depth and Children’s area Monday-Saturday: 1 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
outdoor Aquatic Center Eighth and Kentucky streets
(785) 832-7990 registration hours Daily: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. summer hours public swimming May 29-August 11 Daily: 1 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. July 4: 1 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. August 12-13: 4 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. August 14-September 6 Monday-Thursday: Closed Friday: 4 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. Saturday-Sunday: 1 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. September 6: 1 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.
morning lap swim June 1-August 21 Monday-Saturday: 10 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. This time is available to swim laps or water walk before the pool is open for general swim. The facility is not open for recreational swimming or sunbathing until 1 p.m. Regular admission is charged. A safety break occurs from 12:45 p.m. to 1 p.m. daily. All swimmers must exit the water and wait for the pool to open to the public. Lanes for lap swimming are also available Monday through Friday, 1 p.m. to 8:45 p.m., during public swim hours. Availability of lanes will depend on swimming lessons and competitive practice.
south park wading pool Located in South Park (for children 6 and under)
summer hours Facility hours June 1-August 7 Monday-Friday: 1:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. For a minimal fee, morning reservations are available for day care/private parties. For more information please call 832-7920.
FALL Aquatic Hours August 16-December 19
The water areas at all aquatic facilities close 15 minutes before the facility closes. Waterslides and Diving areas close 30 minutes before the facility closes. Some areas of the facility may be reserved for swimming instruction and fitness classes in both the competition center and the family pool during the day. Admission is charged for everyone, including non-swimmers.
Indoor Aquatic Center 4706 Overland Drive (north of Free State High School)
(785) 832-7946 (SWIM) Lap Swimming Monday-Friday: 5:15 a.m. to 7:45 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. to 7:45 p.m. Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
Waterslide & diving area Monday-Friday: 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday: 1 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
warm water workouts Monday-Thursday: noon to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday: noon to 2:30 p.m. zero-depth and Children’s area Monday-Friday (except Wednesday): 3:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Wednesday: 2:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Saturday: 1 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
carl knox natatorium
Located on the Lawrence High School Campus
(785) 832-7946 (SWIM) Closed through August 15 Lap Swimming (beginning August 16) Monday-Thursday: 6:15 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Friday-Sunday: Closed
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Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department’s Aquatics Division provides a safe and inviting environment accessible to the community. Through responsible use of public and private dollars, we strive for a professional staff that is dedicated to providing excellent customer service while maintaining the highest quality of aquatic programming and facilities available. LPRD Aquatics — the city’s largest provider of aquatic activities — offers four facilities of splashing excitement, fun and fitness for every member of the family. Thrill seekers can challenge one of our exciting waterslides, such as the new drop slide at the Outdoor Aquatic Center. Daring riders take a nearly vertical plunge down a steep chute, reaching breathtaking speeds before being shot like a cannon to “free-fall” into the water below. The Indoor Aquatic Center boasts a 145-foot waterslide that brings all the thrills of a traditional water park inside for year-round fun. Guests of all ages are drawn to the fun of the zero-depth “beaches” featured at the Indoor and Outdoor Aquatic centers, as well as the South Park Wading Pool. All the fun of the beach without getting sand in your
pants! Hide behind a curtain of water in the Rain Drop, or get soaked by the spray of a gigantic daisy, a silly spittin’ snake or one of several different water fountains. Kids will have a blast testing their balance on the Log Slice Scoot and the Lily Pad Path. Try to tackle the fierce floating dragon or make new friends on one of the mini-slides or floating animals. Swimming for fitness and safety is our top priority! That’s why each facility offers a unique aquatic experience with something for everyone. Year-round programs like Learn-to-Swim courses, aquatic fitness classes, aquatic training courses and special family events provide educational, fun and diverse leisure opportunities for the whole family. Mom and Dad can have fun, too! Relax in a complimentary lounge chair in the shade while enjoying a cold Pepsi from our full-line cafe concession stands. All this in a fun, family-oriented community water park. The Aquatics Division offices are located on the second floor of the Indoor Aquatic Center, 4706 Overland Drive, 832-SWIM (7946).
indoor aquatic center 4706 Overland Drive (north of Free State High School) • (785) 832-SWIM (7946) Lawrence Parks and Recreation’s Indoor Aquatic Center is a community-supported family aquatic center featuring a 10-lane, 50-meter competition pool with diving well and underwater classroom; a separate family pool with zero-depth entry; waterslide and interactive children’s play features; meeting rooms; shower/locker rooms and a cafe concession area. The pools hold 850,000 gallons of water and are heated. The temperature of the water is set at 82° in the competition pool and 86° on the family side. Locker rooms and all pools are fully accessible by both ramp entry and lift. Submersible wheelchairs are also available.
outdoor aquatic center Eighth and Kentucky streets (downtown Lawrence) • (785) 832-7990 The Lawrence Outdoor Aquatic Center provides the good old-fashioned atmosphere of a traditional neighborhood pool with all the fun and excitement of a first-class water park. Nestled in beautiful Watson Park, the Outdoor Aquatic Center features waterslides; zero-depth children’s area; diving well; interactive play features, including fountains; spray mushrooms; a 50-meter competition area and a drop waterslide. The fun and convenience extends out of the water too, with shaded lounge areas, ample deck space, adjoining grass playground and a full-line cafe concessions area. The Outdoor Aquatic Center is also host to numerous aquatic camps and swimming programs.
carl knox natatorium 1901 Louisiana St., Lawrence High School campus • (785) 832-7946 A traditional indoor L-shaped pool, the Carl Knox Natatorium, located on the campus of Lawrence High School, provides a peaceful, slow-paced environment for young and old alike. With six 25-yard lap lanes, diving well, sun deck and fully accessible changing rooms, the Carl Knox Natatorium is the perfect spot if you are looking to beat the crowds. With designated times for lap swimming, along with Learn-to-Swim programs and aquatic fitness classes, the Carl Knox Natatorium offers programs to meet all of your swimming needs. The Carl Knox Natatorium is only open during the school year.
south park wading pool
1141 Massachusetts St. • (785) 832-7920 The South Park Wading Pool is the place for parents to bring children who are 6 and under for an afternoon outing. It provides a beautiful zero-depth entry pool, water sprays, fountains and our favorite seal, Skippy. Fully accessible restroom facilities with private changing rooms are also available. The Parks and Recreation Department provides qualified staff to supervise the wading pool area, but please remember — all children must be accompanied by an adult supervisor when using the facility. The wading pool is available free of charge to the public. For a small fee, morning reservations are available for day care/ private parties. The South Park Wading Pool is open for the summer season only.
Rentals & Reservations The Lawrence Parks and Recreation Indoor Aquatic Center is a great destination for your next party, family reunion or meeting! The LPRD Aquatics staff is dedicated to assisting you in making everyday meetings into exceptional events! Private rooms for parties and exclusive full facility rentals are available. Meeting space with AV equipment, tables and chairs is also available for businesses, organizations, schools, reunions and birthday parties. Rental rates and times are based on services requested. Please allow two weeks lead time before your event. For information, contact the Aquatics Division at 832-SWIM. After-Hours Parties Looking for the perfect place for a party? How about a pool party? The Lawrence Aquatic Centers are available for private group rentals outside of regular hours. Our professional lifeguard staff will be on duty to provide a safe environment. Perfect for company retreats or family reunions. Call the Aquatics Division at 832-SWIM for information on private rentals.
Admission Fees/Pass Options ADMISSION FEES/PASS OPTIONS Several admission options are offered to swimmers in the Lawrence community. Daily admission, annual passes, 30-day passes and discount punch cards are available. All forms of admission are valid at any Lawrence Parks and Recreation Aquatic facility. Watch for specially priced events all year long! Prices subject to change. Isn’t it time you joined LPRD Aquatics? Join LPRD Aquatics today for an exciting way to stay fit and have fun swimming year-round! Member discounts are offered on daily admission and allow unlimited swimming at all LPRD swimming pools. Annual vs. Monthly Memberships When considering an LPRD Aquatics swimming membership, it costs $20 when you pay month-to-month. If you purchase an annual membership, your cost is only $162, which comes to just $13.50 per month — a savings of over 30 percent! DAILY ADMISSION CHARGES Youth & Senior Admission: Ages 5-17, 60+ — $3 Adult Admission: Ages 18-59 — $4 No charge for children 4 years of age and under with a paid adult admission; limit 3 children per paying adult please. ALL-AGES ANNUAL PASS — $162 PER PERSON (Just $13.50 per month!) Passes are valid for 365 days from the date of purchase at any LPRD Aquatic facility. This pass option offers the dedicated swimmer the highest discount, with daily swim admission at 44 cents per day. May be purchased at the Indoor and Outdoor Aquatic centers. ALL-AGES 30-DAY PASS — $20 PER PERSON Passes are valid for 30 days from the date of purchase at any LPRD Aquatic facility. This pass option offers the swimmer a discounted daily swim admission of 67 cents per day. May be purchased at the Indoor and Outdoor Aquatic centers.
DISCOUNT PUNCH CARDS — $30 EACH Each punch card contains 36 punches, discounting daily admission rates. Each punch is equivalent to $1. Three punches for Youth & Seniors ages 5-17 and 60+ years, and/or 4 punches for Adults ages 18-59. May be purchased at the Indoor and Outdoor Aquatic centers and the Carl Knox Natatorium. Punch cards expire on December 31 of the current calendar year.
Birthday Party Packages Make your child’s next birthday a no-stress event by purchasing a Birthday Party Package from the Indoor Aquatic Center. Packages are available for groups of any size and include time in the Tom Wilkerson party room, swimming admission, personalized invitations, drinks and your choice of party theme! Choose a package with pizza, cupcakes or both! Best of all, your party can be arranged right over the phone by calling the Indoor Aquatic Center Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please allow two weeks lead time to plan your event. For more information, visit the Aquatic Center or go online to www.lawrenceks.org/lprd/aquatics.
SAFETY CONCERNS Aquatic facilities follow strict guidelines involving lightning safety. Staff use lightning detection systems, visual identification and support from the National Weather Service in Topeka to maintain swimmer safety. When lightning is detected within 0 to 3 miles, ALL swimmers must exit the water and take shelter at all swim locations, including the Indoor Aquatic Center and Carl Knox Natatorium. Safety prompts and instruction are given by the lifeguard staff.
Special interest waves of fitness Looking for an extra incentive to keep you on the path toward an active, healthy lifestyle? Whether you’re a lap swimmer, water walker or water fitness class participant, Waves of Fitness can give you the extra motivation you need to keep up the good work. Plus, there’s no extra charge to participate; daily admission is all you need! Simply sign up and keep a log of your swimming workouts at the Indoor or Outdoor Aquatic Center front desk. Every month that you meet your own personal exercise goal, you’ll receive great prizes! The cost is free, but the benefits are endless! The Pool Post If you want to stay up-to-date on the latest aquatics information, sign up to receive the Pool Post — the monthly newsletter from the LPRD Aquatics Division. The Pool Post is full of information, important dates and special discounts! You can also receive the latest news by e-mail; just sign up on the Aquatic e-mail list. Register for either by calling the Indoor Aquatic Center at 832-SWIM.
Special SAVINGS DAys Senior Swim Days Get together with all of your close friends and head out to an LPRD Aquatic Center. Wednesdays are Senior Swim Days for people 60 years old and over. Every Wednesday, all day long, seniors swim for FREE! Grandparent’s Day Make swimming a full-family affair! On the following day, grandparents swim absolutely FREE at the Indoor Aquatic Center when accompanied by a grandchild. Sunday, September 12. Buck night One of our most popular events continues! The first Friday of each month, everyone swims for only $1 after 5 p.m. at the Indoor Aquatic Center. Fridays, May 7, June 4*, July 2*, August 6**, September 3*, October 1, November 5 and December 3 (*Indoor AND Outdoor Aquatic centers; **Outdoor Aquatic Center only). mother’s day at the pool Treat Mom to a day of relaxation she deserves! On Mother’s Day, all moms get in FREE when accompanied by a child. Sunday, May 9. MILITARY SWIM The Lawrence Aquatic Centers would like to celebrate Flag Day by honoring those who have served in our nation’s military. On Monday, June 14, patrons who present a valid U.S. military ID will receive free admission to both pools for the day. father’s day swim Looking for the perfect gift for Dad this Father’s Day? Why not take him swimming? Dads swim for FREE all day long at both aquatic centers, so grab your deserving dad and join us for a dip. Sunday, June 20.
spring and summer SPECIAL EVENTS
FAMILY FUN FRIDAYS Celebrate the end of your workweek with a night of relaxation the whole family can enjoy! On Family Fun Fridays, the Outdoor Aquatic Center offers lots of extras after 5 p.m.: dollar hot dogs from the concession stand, a supervised craft room for kids, door prizes and other giveaways, diving contests and live music starting at 6:30 p.m.! Daily admission is all you need to enjoy the fun, so come out and kick back! Fridays, June 25 and July 23. BOOKWORMS AND WATER BUGS Spend some quality time with your little ones and help them exercise their bodies AND minds in this fun summer program! We’re partnering with the Lawrence Public Library to bring you a pair of very special storytimes that begin with wet ’n’ wild tales in the library’s children’s section, followed by a family swim across the street at the Outdoor Aquatic Center before the pool opens to the public. There is no fee for this program, but daily admission is required for those who wish to stay after the event for open swim at 1 p.m. Fridays, June 25 and July 16, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Recommended ages: 3-8 (plus parents).
NATIONAL AQUATIC SAFETY MONTH Summer is coming! Find out what your family needs to know to have a safe summer of swimming fun. Drop by for a skills evaluation with one of our Water Safety Instructors to see what level of swim lessons your child is ready for, and have the kids participate in a variety of safety lessons to earn free swim passes for the outdoor pool’s opening weekend, as well as other great prizes! Daily admission is all you need to participate, and activities are available continuously throughout the afternoon. See you there! Saturday, May 1, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
KIDS’ NIGHT OUT: froggy fun Ages: 5-12. Hop over to the Outdoor Aquatic Center for a kids-only night of amphibian adventures! Our friendly staff will have games and prizes on hand, pizza dinner, froggy crafts and plenty of time for swimming. Kids can have a fun night out, and Mom and Dad can rest easy knowing their little ones are in a safe, supervised location. Must register by Thursday, July 15. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 311001 b froggy s 5-8:30pm 7/17 LoAC $15
KIDS’ NIGHT OUT: red, white and blue Ages: 5-12. Hey kids, come help us prepare for America’s birthday with a patriotic pool party! Leave the parents at home and join the friendly staff of the Outdoor Aquatic Center for a night of swimming, pizza, carnival games, patriotic prizes, crafts and lots of poolside fun. Must register by Thursday, June 17. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 311001 A redwblue s 5-8:30pm 6/19 LoAC $15
KIDS’ NIGHT OUT: BACK TO SCHOOL BASH Ages: 5-12. Are you bummed that the summer is over? Then let the fun last one day longer at our Back to School Bash! Give Mom and Dad a night off while you party with our staff at the Indoor Aquatic Center with summertime games, cool prizes and a pizza party. Pre-registration is required, so sign up today! Must register by Wednesday, August 18. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 311001 c b2school f 4:30-7:30pm 8/20 LiAC $15
KIDS’ NIGHT OUT: EARTH DAY Ages: 5-12. It’s Earth Day, and we want all you kids to come celebrate with us! Leave the parents at home because this party is just for you! We’ll learn about our great planet and what we can do to keep it great through activities, crafts and fun prizes! Plus, there’ll be time for swimming and pizza, so sign up today! Must register by Wednesday, April 21. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 211001 A EarthDay F 4:30-7:30pm 4/23 LIAC $15
EighTH ANNUAL POOCH PLUNGE The pool is once again going to the dogs! The day after the Outdoor Aquatic Center closes for the season, it will be open for your pooch pals to take a dip. This is a must-see event, so sign your favorite canine up today! On-site registrations are also accepted the day of the event. All dogs must have documentation of all current shots and must be under their owner’s control at all times. Fee includes a treat for all dogs. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 311142 a poochpl t 4-7PM 9/7 LOAC $5 CAMPS — (SEE YOUTH CAMPS — SUMMER, PAGE 58)
FALL SPECIAL EVENTS KIDS’ NIGHT OUT: FALL FESTIVAL Ages: 5-12. Hey kids, are you tired of the same old baby sitters? Join us for a kids-only night of autumn crafts, swimming fun, games and a pizza party. Mom and Dad can feel good knowing you’re in a safe, supervised location while you have a fun night out. Must register by Wednesday, September 15. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 411001 a fallfest f 4:30-7:30pm 9/17 Liac $15 KIDS’ NIGHT OUT: SPOOK ’n’ SPLASH (COSTUME CONTEST) Ages: 5-12. Our annual Halloween party is going to the kids, as we turn the spookiest night of the year into a fun-filled, kids-only party! The evening starts with a costume contest as we look for the scariest, funniest, cutest and most original costumes. Then we bid Mom and Dad farewell as we hit the water for a night of swimming, games, crafts, pizza and trick-or-treating fun. Must register by Thursday, October 28. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 411001 b splash s 4-7:30pm 10/30 LiAC $15 KIDS’ NIGHT OUT: SANTA SPLASH Ages: 5-12. Parents, it’s hard to find the time to do your last-minute holiday shopping with the kids around. Leave them with the friendly staff at the Indoor Aquatic Center for the afternoon. We’ll have fun making holiday crafts, playing games for holiday prizes, splashing around in the pool, eating pizza and even getting a visit from Santa Claus himself! Pre-registration is required, so sign up today! Must register by Thursday, December 16. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 411001 c santaspl s 12-4pm 12/18 LIAC $15 pool school Ages: 5-12. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 24. Have a day off school? Spend it at the pool! Join us for a day of aquatic-themed lessons, water safety, games, activities and swimming fun! Grab a sack lunch, a swimsuit and a towel, and enjoy exercising your body and mind with the staff of the Indoor Aquatic Center. Must register by the Monday before each date. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 411006 a school f 8am-4pm 10/22 LiAC $25 411006 b school f 8am-4pm 11/5 LiAC $25 411006 c school r 8am-4pm 11/11 LiAC $25 411006 d school f 8am-4pm 11/12 LiAC $25
AQUATIC FITNESS CLASSES Have you ever wanted to get a TOTAL BODY workout? Want to try something different? Water aerobics/water walking is for you! Water aerobics/ water walking can be modified to individual needs from the beginner to the elite athlete. BENEFITS of water exercise classes: no swimming skills required; water is 12 times more resistant than air; decreased stress, tension, weight, pain, impact on joints and risk of injury; increased strength, flexibility, energy, range of motion, muscle tone, endurance, balance and coordination; enhanced feeling of well being, recovery from injuries and social pleasures. Registration is required by the Wednesday before the class begins. ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION AQUATIC PROGRAM Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 20. This program offers gentle range-of-motion and endurance activities in warm water with guidance from an Arthritis Foundation-trained instructor. It is a recreation exercise program with a wellness concept for people with arthritis to manage symptoms, maintain independence and enjoy life. This is not a water aerobics class. No class 9/6, 11/22-11/26. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 312433 1B LIACAFAP TR 8-8:45am 6/1-7/22 LIAC $40 412433 1B LIACAFAP TR 8-8:45AM 8/17-9/30 LIAC $35 412433 2B LIACAFAP TR 8-8:45AM 10/19-12/9 LIAC $35 AQUA baby & ME Ages: 6 months-18 months. This class gives you the opportunity to bond with your child while working out. This class is designed for all fitness levels and uses your baby’s natural weight and growth to increase resistance during the workout. It is required that you have your child with you in the water during the class. Swim diapers are required, and we recommend parents wear shoes. This is not a Learn-to-Swim class. No class 11/27. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 312425 1A Aquababy S 10:15-10:45am 6/5-7/24 LIAC $20 412425 1A Aquababy S 10:15-10:45am 8/21-10/2 LIAC $18 412425 2A Aquababy S 10:15-10:45am 10/23-12/11 LIAC $18
PRE-NATAL WATER FITNESS Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 15. Aqua aerobics! A great way for pregnant moms to get a workout and feel rejuvenated! This fitness program is designed specifically for expectant mothers who want a safe and effective way to stay in shape. The format includes a pre-stretch, cardiovascular warm-up, aerobic segment, cool-down toning and poststretch designed to help pregnant women maintain their current levels of fitness. Come join us in the pool for low-impact aerobics and great companionship with fellow moms-to-be! No class 11/27. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 312426 1A PRENATAL S 11-11:45am 6/5-7/24 LIAC $20 412426 1A PRENATAL S 11-11:45am 8/21-10/2 LIAC $18 412426 2A PRENATAL S 11-11:45am 10/23-12/11 LIAC $18
Water Walking Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 15. Classes emphasize overall toning and body balance. Basic routines involve various walking movements combined with swim strokes in chest-deep water. Water provides cushioning and buoyancy while offering resistance and a cool, nonsweating workout. No swimming skills necessary. Location of classes: Shallow Shakers (Shallow) — LIAC leisure three-lane lap pool; Stretch ’n’ Strengthen (Stretch) — LIAC leisure three-lane lap pool; Aqua Sculpt (AquaScul) — CKN shallow end of pool. No class 9/6, 11/22-11/26. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 312420 1A SHALLOW MWF 7:30-8:30AM 6/2-7/23 LIAC $58 312420 1B Stretch f 5:45-6:45am 6/4-7/23 liac $20 412420 1A SHALLOW MWF 7:30-8:30AM 8/16-10/1 LIAC $53 412420 1B STRETCH f 5:45-6:45am 8/20-10/1 LIAC $18 412420 1C AQUASCUL MW 6:30-7:15pm 8/16-9/29 CKN $35 412420 2A SHALLOW MWF 7:30-8:30AM 10/18-12/10 LIAC $53 412420 2B STRETCH f 5:45-6:45am 10/22-12/10 LIAC $18 412420 2C AQUASCUL MW 6:30-7:15pm 10/18-12/8 CKN $35 ZH20 Ages 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 15. Latin dance meets the water in this exciting aqua-aerobic dance workout. In this class we’ll take Latin dances such as the salsa, cumbia, merengue, rumba and cha-cha into the water to create a whole new dimension of water aerobics. No dance experience needed — just a desire to have an immense amount of fun shaking things up and getting a great workout. Come prepared to shake it loose and have an AWESOME time! No class 9/6, 11/22-11/26. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 312410 1g ZH20 MW 5:30-6:15PM 6/2-7/21 LIAC $37 412410 1h ZH20 MW 5:30-6:15PM 8/16-9/29 LIAC $35 412410 2h ZH20 MW 5:30-6:15PM 10/18-12/8 LIAC $35
Jivin’ Joints — An Arthritis Foundation Class Ages 16 and Up. If you have a form of arthritis or a related condition, you may benefit from a water exercise program. Aquatic exercise is proven to increase flexibility, strength, balance, coordination and endurance while decreasing pain. Water is a safe, ideal environment, as it allows you to exercise without putting excess strain on your joints and muscles. This class offers gentle range-of-motion and endurance activities in warm water with guidance from a trained instructor. Jivin’ Joints is offered and instructed by licensed clinicians of Lawrence Memorial Hospital and Kreider Rehabilitation Services who have been trained by the Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program. This is a non-clinical program (one that will not replace prescribed therapeutic exercise), and should be considered after consulting your physician or health care professional. No class 9/6, 11/22-11/26. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 312430 1A JivnJnts MWF 8:45-9:30am 6/2-7/23 LIAC $58 312430 1B JivnJnts MWF 9:45-10:30am 6/2-7/23 LIAC $58 412430 1A JivnJnts MWF 8:45-9:30am 8/16-10/1 LIAC $53 412430 1B JivnJnts MWF 9:45-10:30AM 8/16-10/1 LIAC $53 412430 2A JivnJnts MWF 8:45-9:30am 10/18-12/10 LIAC $53 412430 2B JivnJnts MWF 9:45-10:30am 10/18-12/10 LIAC $53
WATER AEROBICS Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 20. Classes are high impact without high impact on your joints. The workouts are in shallow water, using the water for resistance to increase cardiovascular endurance and muscle tone. No swimming skills necessary. Location of classes: Belts & Bells and Water Warriors — LIAC diving well, deep water; Hydroblast and TNT — LIAC competition pool, shallow end; Wet ’n’ Wild — CKN shallow and deep water. No class 9/6, 11/22-11/26. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 312410 1A BeltBell MW 5:15-6:15am 6/2-7/21 LIAC $37 312410 1B beltbell TR 5:15-6:15am 6/1-7/22 LIAC $40 312410 1C warriors MW 6:30-7:30am 6/2-7/21 LIAC $37 312410 1D warriors TR 6:30-7:30am 6/1-7/22 LIAC $40 312410 1e hblast mw 6:30-7:30pm 6/2-7/21 LIAC $37 312410 1f tnt tr 6:30-7:30pm 6/1-7/22 LIAC $40 412410 1a beltbell MW 5:15-6:15am 8/16-9/29 LIAC $35 412410 1b beltbell TR 5:15-6:15am 8/17-9/30 LIAC $35 412410 1c warriors MW 6:30-7:30am 8/16-9/29 LIAC $35 412410 1d warriors TR 6:30-7:30am 8/17-9/30 LIAC $35 412410 1e hblast mw 6:30-7:30pm 8/16-9/29 liac $35 412410 1f tnt TR 6:30-7:30pm 8/17-9/30 LIAC $35 412410 1g wetnwild tr 6:30-7:15pm 8/17-9/30 ckn $35 412410 2a beltbell MW 5:15-6:15am 10/18-12/8 LIAC $35 412410 2b beltbell TR 5:15-6:15am 10/19-12/9 LIAC $35 412410 2c warriors MW 6:30-7:30am 10/18-12/8 LIAC $35 412410 2d warriors TR 6:30-7:30am 10/19-12/9 LIAC $35 412410 2e hblast mw 6:30-7:30pm 10/18-12/8 liac $35 412410 2f tnt TR 6:30-7:30pm 10/19-12/9 LIAC $35 412410 2g wetnwild TR 6:30-7:15pm 10/19-12/9 ckn $35
Learn-to-swim classes Tips for placing Your child in the right lesson Most children remain in the same level for two or more sessions. It is also easier to move children up a level than to move them down a level. Swim lesson staff make the final decision in the placement of children into the most appropriate class level based on their skill. Note to parents/guardians LPRD wants your child to participate in its Learn-to-Swim program. We do ask for student cooperation and attention when attending class. It is our goal to provide each child with equal time and attention by staff. If a child doesn’t want to enter the water or doesn’t cooperate with staff, parents/guardians are asked to work with the supervisor in charge to seek resolution. We ask each participant to be on time and attend every lesson. Each lesson contains new material that is vital to success in the class. We also ask parents/guardians to have patience, be positive and give praise. It is important to give children additional time to practice outside of class. The more practice time children receive, the more successful they will be in swimming lessons. Makeup lessons Makeup swim lessons will be held only if the LPRD staff makes the cancellation. There are no makeup days for lessons missed for personal reasons. Waiting lists Waiting lists for each section will only be formed when programs are filled. Those on the waiting lists will be contacted in the order that they were placed on the list, if and when an opening becomes available.
CO-SPONSORED CLASSES (with Kreider Rehabilitation Services)
AQUA FIT Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 15 / Max 20. Aqua Fit uses the effects of water to assist in the recovery process from a recent surgery or chronic illness. If you have experienced a decrease in flexibility, strength or balance, water exercise will help you regain your prior level of function. No class 11/22-11/26. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 312434 1a Aquafit TR 9:15-10am 6/1-7/22 LIAC $40 412434 1a Aquafit TR 9:15-10am 8/17-9/30 LIAC $35 412434 2a Aquafit TR 9:15-10am 10/19-12/9 LIAC $35
SWIM LESSON DESCRIPTIONS All of the levels contain age/level-appropriate safety skills. To complete a level, the participant must be able to complete all skills and exit skills assessments. Parent/Child (PNTCHILD) (Ages 6 months-3 years): The foundation of the American Red Cross Parent and Child class is a set of basic skills that prepares young children to be comfortable in the water. This class will not make your child an independent swimmer; instead, this class will prepare your child to enter the Learn-to-Swim program. Skills learned include getting adjusted to the water environment; showing comfort in both front and back positions with assistance; submerging with assistance; and changing body positions in the water. Aqua Tots Swim (3-year-olds): This class bridges the Parent/Child class to the Learn-to-Swim program and is designed for preschool-age children who have never been in a swim class but are ready to hold onto the wall and be in a pool without a parent. This class focuses on the fundamentals of freestyle and floating. In order to move to the next class, students must be comfortable putting their face in the water for three or more seconds. Preschool (PRSCHOOL) (4-year-olds): Preschool Aquatics teaches age-appropriate water and safety skills in a positive, logical progression beginning with fundamental water safety and aquatic skills. Skills learned in this level are the same fundamental skills that are taught in levels 1 and 2 of the Learn-to-Swim program. These skills include independent water entry, front and back glides, and combined arm and leg actions in the water. Children are required to stay in the Preschool program until they turn 5 years of age.
Level 1 (5-6-year-olds): Participants work on comfort in the water and entering and exiting the pool by themselves. Skills learned include blowing bubbles and getting the head and face wet; floating on front and back with support and recovering to a standing position; and alternating and simultaneous arm and leg motion on front and back. Level 2 (5-7-year-olds): Skills learned include front and back floats unsupported for 5 seconds with recovery to a standing position; front and back glides for two body lengths; and combined arm and leg actions on front and back for 15 feet. Level 3: Skills learned include survival and back floats and treading water for 30 seconds; front and back glides with two different kicks; and combined arm and leg actions on front and back for 15 feet. Level 4: Improve on skills and increase endurance on strokes learned in previous levels, including front and back crawl for 25 yards, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke with scissors kick and butterfly for 15 yards. Skills learned include head-first entries, survival swimming and treading water using two kicks. Level 5: Increased endurance, coordination and refinement of strokes; front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke and flip turns. Level 6: Refine strokes so students swim with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. Skills learned include introduction to other aquatic activities; areas of focus include Personal Water Safety, Diving and Fitness Swimming. Each option focuses on preparing students to participate in other advanced aquatic courses. Adult: This swim program has a little bit for everyone. Did you always wish you had learned to swim as a child? Well, it is never too late to get started. The purpose of this level is what YOU want to get out of it. For some that may mean personal safety; for others it may be learning to swim the basic strokes to be used for fitness swimming. Your needs will be discussed at the beginning of class, and the class will be geared toward meeting your personal goals.
Adult 2: Do you already know how to swim but would like to swim with more efficiency and endurance? Adult 2 is targeted to those individuals who have basic swimming skills and want to swim for fitness or increase their endurance and stroke proficiency for triathlons.
Junior Swim (JRSWIM): Are you between the ages of 9 and 16? Have you always wanted to learn to swim, but never have? If you feel too old to be in a traditional Level 1, 2 or 3 class, this is the course for you. Junior swim is targeted toward those individuals between the ages of 9 and 16 that would like to overcome their fear of the water and learn the basic skills needed to be safe and enjoy the water. Water Safety Instructor Aide (WSI AIDE): Provides training to candidates who wish to assist American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors in teaching the American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.
CARL KNOX NATATORIUM
Weekly swim lessons, September 13-October 7 CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE 412103 1A Level3 MW 6:15-7pm 9/13-10/6 412103 1b Level3 TR 6:15-7pm 9/14-10/7 412106 1A L6Dive MW 7-7:45pm 9/13-10/6 412106 1b l6dive TR 7-7:45pm 9/14-10/7
LOC CKN CKN CKN CKN
FEE $40 $40 $40 $40
Weekly swim lessons, October 18-November 11 CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC 412103 3A Level3 MW 6:15-7pm 10/18-11/10 CKN 412103 3b Level3 TR 6:15-7pm 10/19-11/11 CKN 412108 3A Adult MW 7-7:45pm 10/18-11/10 CKN 412104 3a Level4 TR 7-7:45pm 10/19-11/11 CKN
FEE $40 $40 $40 $40
OUTDOOR AQUATIC CENTER Saturdays, June 5-26 CODE SEC CLASS DAY 312001 1d Level1 S 312002 1e Level2 S 312003 1e Level3 S 312015 1b aquatot S 312000 1c PntChild S 312014 1c prschool S 312002 1f Level2 S 312003 1f Level3 S 312000 1d PntChild S 312014 1d prschool S
TIME 10-10:25am 10-10:45am 10-10:45am 10:30-10:55am 11-11:25am 11-11:25am 11-11:45am 11-11:45am 11:30-11:55am 11:30-11:55am
DATE 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26
LOC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC
FEE $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20
November 1-24 Indoor Aquatic Center
TIME 9-9:25am 9-9:45am 9-9:45am 9-9:45am 9:30-9:55am 10-10:25am 10-10:45am 10-10:45am 10-10:45am 10-10:45am 10:30-10:55am 11-11:25am 11-11:45am 11-11:45am 11-11:45am 11:30-11:55am
DATE 7/10-7/31 7/10-7/31 7/10-7/31 7/10-7/31 7/10-7/31 7/10-7/31 7/10-7/31 7/10-7/31 7/10-7/31 7/10-7/31 7/10-7/31 7/10-7/31 7/10-7/31 7/10-7/31 7/10-7/31 7/10-7/31
LOC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC
FEE $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20
Saturdays, August 7-28 CODE SEC CLASS DAY 312001 3c Level1 S 312001 3d Level1 S 312002 3E Level2 S 312003 3E Level3 S 312000 3c PntChild S 312002 3F Level2 S 312003 3F Level3 S 312000 3d PntChild S
TIME 9-9:25am 9:30-9:55am 9-9:45am 9 -9:45am 10-10:25am 10-10:45am 10-10:45am 10:30-10:55am
DATE 8/7-8/28 8/7-8/28 8/7-8/28 8/7-8/28 8/7-8/28 8/7-8/28 8/7-8/28 8/7-8/28
LOC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC
FEE $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20
Bring in a non-perishable food item and gain entry to the Indoor Aquatic Center for only $2 from November 1-24.
Food items will be donated to the Ballard Community Center
Month of giving
Saturdays, July 10-31 CODE SEC CLASS DAY 312014 2c PRSCHOOL S 312002 2e Level2 S 312003 2e Level3 S 312009 2b Adult2 S 312000 2c PntChild S 312015 2b aquatot S 312002 2f Level2 S 312003 2f Level3 S 312005 2c Level5 S 312008 2a Adult S 312000 2d PntChild S 312001 2d Level1 S 312003 2g Level3 S 312004 2d Level4 S 312007 2c JrSwim S 312014 2d prschool S
Weekly Swim Lessons, June 1-10 CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME 312002 1A Level2 twrf 9-9:45am mtwr 312003 1A Level3 twrf 9-9:45am MTWR 312004 1A Level4 TWRf 9-9:45am MTWR 312005 1A Level5 TWRf 9-9:45am MTWR 312006 1A L6Dive TWRf 9-9:45am MTWR 312001 1A Level1 TWRf 9:30-9:55am MTWR 312001 1B Level1 TWRf 10-10:25am MTWR 312015 1a aquatot TWRf 10-10:25am MTWR 312002 1B Level2 TWRf 10-10:45am MTWR 312003 1B Level3 TWRf 10-10:45am MTWR 312004 1B Level4 TWRf 10-10:45am MTWR 312000 1a pntchild TWRf 10:30-10:55am MTWR 312014 1A pRschool TWRf 10:30-10:55am MTWR 312001 1C Level1 TWRf 11-11:25am MTWR 312002 1C Level2 TWRf 11-11:45am MTWR 312003 1C Level3 TWRf 11-11:45am MTWR 312004 1c Level4 TWRf 11-11:45am MTWR 312006 1B L6FitSWM TWRf 11-11:45am MTWR 312007 1A JrSwim TWRf 11-11:45am MTWR 312000 1B PntChild TWRf 11:30-11:55am MTWR 312014 1b PRSCHOOL TWRf 11:30-11:55am MTWR 312002 1D Level2 TWRf 12-12:45pm MTWR 312003 1D Level3 TWRf 12-12:45pm MTWR 312004 1D Level4 TWRf 12-12:45pm MTWR 312005 1b Level5 TWRf 12-12:45pm MTWR 312008 1A Adult TWRf 12-12:45pm MTWR
Weekly Swim Lessons, June 14-24 CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME 312002 2A Level2 MTWR 9-9:45am 312003 2A Level3 MTWR 9-9:45am 312004 2A Level4 MTWR 9-9:45am 312007 2A jrswim MTWR 9-9:45am 312001 2A level1 MTWR 9:30-9:55am 312014 2A PRSCHOOL MTWR 10-10:25am 312000 2a PntChild MTWR 10-10:25am 312002 2B Level2 MTWR 10-10:45am 312003 2B LeveL3 MTWR 10-10:45am 312005 2a LeveL5 MTWR 10-10:45am 312007 2b JrSwim MTWR 10-10:45am 312015 2a aquatot MTWR 10:30-10:55am 312001 2B Level1 MTWR 10:30-10:55am 312014 2b prschool MTWR 11-11:25am 312002 2c Level2 MTWR 11-11:45am
312003 2C 312004 2B 312006 2a 312000 2B 312001 2c 312002 2D 312003 2D 312004 2C 312005 2b 312009 2A
Level3 Level4 L6safe PntChild Level1 Level2 Level3 Level4 Level5 Adult2
MTWR MTWR MTWR MTWR MTWR MTWR MTWR MTWR MTWR MTWR
11-11:45am 11-11:45am 11-11:45am 11:30-11:55am 12-12:25pm 12-12:45pm 12-12:45pm 12-12:45pm 12-12:45pm 12-12:45pm
Weekly Swim Lessons, June 28-July 8 CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME 312002 3A Level2 MTWR 9-9:45am 312003 3A Level3 MTWR 9-9:45am 312004 3A LeveL4 MTWR 9-9:45am 312005 3A Level5 MTWR 9-9:45am 312001 3A Level1 MTWR 9:30-9:55am 312014 3A prschool MTWR 10-10:25am 312002 3B Level2 MTWR 10-10:45am 312003 3B Level3 MTWR 10-10:45am 312004 3B Level4 MTWR 10-10:45am 312005 3B Level5 MTWR 10-10:45am 312000 3a pntchild MTWR 10:30-10:55am 312015 3a aquatot MTWR 10:30-10:55am 312000 3B PntChild MTWR 11-11:25am 312002 3C Level2 MTWR 11-11:45am 312003 3C Level3 MTWR 11-11:45am 312004 3C Level4 MTWR 11-11:45am 312006 3a L6Dive MTWR 11-11:45am 312007 3A JrSwim MTWR 11-11:45am 312014 3b PRSCHOOL MTWR 11:30-11:55am 312001 3b Level1 MTWR 12-12:25pm 312002 3D Level2 MTWR 12-12:45pm 312003 3D Level3 MTWR 12-12:45pm 312004 3D Level4 MTWR 12-12:45pm 312005 3C Level5 MTWR 12-12:45pm 312008 3a Adult MTWR 12-12:45pm
6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24
LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC
$40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40
DATE 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8
LOC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC
FEE $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40
DATE 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26 6/5-6/26
LOC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC
FEE $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20
INDOOR AQUATIC CENTER DATE 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24
LOC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC LOAC
FEE $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40
Saturdays, June 5-26 CODE SEC CLASS DAY 312101 1C Level1 S 312102 1E Level2 S 312103 1C Level3 S 312104 1C Level4 S 312100 1B PntChild S 312101 1D Level1 S 312102 1F Level2 S 312103 1D Level3 S 312108 1A Adult S 312100 1C PntChild S 312114 1c prschool S 312104 1d Level 4 S 312106 1B l6dive S 312107 1B JrSwim S 312115 1B aquatot S
TIME 9-9:25am 9-9:45am 9-9:45am 9-9:45am 9:30-9:55am 10-10:25am 10-10:45am 10-10:45am 10-10:45am 10:30-10:55am 11-11:25am 11-11:45am 11-11:45am 11-11:45am 11:30-11:55am
DATE 9/18-10/9 9/18-10/9 9/18-10/9 9/18-10/9 9/18-10/9 9/18-10/9 9/18-10/9 9/18-10/9 9/18-10/9 9/18-10/9 9/18-10/9
LOC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC
FEE $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20
Saturdays, October 23-November 13 CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME 412101 4A Level1 S 9-9:25am 412102 4A Level2 S 9-9:45am 412107 4A JrSwim S 9-9:45am 412100 4A PntChild S 9:30-9:55AM 412100 4B PntChild S 10-10:25am 412102 4B Level2 S 10-10:45am 412103 4a Level3 S 10-10:45am 412115 4A Aquatot S 10:30-10:55am 412103 4B Level3 S 11-11:45am 412104 4A Level4 S 11-11:45am 412109 4A Adult2 S 11-11:45am
DATE 10/23-11/13 10/23-11/13 10/23-11/13 10/23-11/13 10/23-11/13 10/23-11/13 10/23-11/13 10/23-11/13 10/23-11/13 10/23-11/13 10/23-11/13
LOC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC
FEE $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20
Weekly Swim Lessons, June 1-10 CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME 312111 A WSIAide TWRf 9-9:45am mtwr 312102 1A Level2 TWRf 9-9:45am mtwr 312101 1A Level1 TWRf 10-10:25am mtwr 312115 1A aquatot TWRf 10-10:25am mtwr 312102 1B Level2 TWRf 10-10:45am mtwr 312103 1A Level3 TWRf 10-10:45am mtwr 312104 1A Level4 TWRf 10-10:45am mtwr 312100 1A PntChild TWRf 10:30-10:55am mtwr
Weekly Swim Lessons, June 14-24 CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME 312114 2A prschool MTWR 9-9:25am 312102 2A Level2 MTWR 9-9:45am 312115 2A aquatot MTWR 9:30-9:55am 312114 2b prschool MTWR 10-10:25am 312103 2a Level3 MTWR 10-10:45am 312104 2A Level4 MTWR 10-10:45am 312105 2A level5 MTWR 10-10:45am 312106 2A L6fitswim MTWR 10 -10:45am 312101 2A level1 MTWR 10:30-10:55am 312100 2a pntchild MTWR 11-11:25am 312102 2b Level2 MTWR 11-11:45am 312104 2B Level4 MTWR 11-11:45am 312105 2B Level5 MTWR 11-11:45am 312101 2B Level1 MTWR 11:30-11:55am 312114 2c prschool MTWR 12-12:25pm 312103 2b level3 MTWR 12-12:45pm 312107 2a jrswim MTWR 12-12:45pm 312108 2a adult MTWR 12-12:45pm 312101 2C Level1 MTWR 5-5:25pm 312102 2c level2 MTWR 5 -5:45pm 312103 2c Level3 MTWR 5 -5:45pm 312100 2b pntchild MTWR 5:30-5:55pm 312115 2b Aquatot MTWR 6-6:25pm 312102 2D Level2 MTWR 6-6:45pm 312108 2b adult MTWR 6-6:45pm 312114 2d prschool MTWR 6:30-6:55pm
DATE 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24 6/14-6/24
LOC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC
FEE $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40
Weekly Swim Lessons, June 28-July 8 CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME 312102 3A Level2 MTWR 9-9:45am 312105 3A Level5 MTWR 9-9:45am 312115 3A aquatot MTWR 9:30-9:55am 312115 3B aquatot MTWR 10-10:25am 312102 3B Level2 MTWR 10-10:45am 312103 3A Level3 MTWR 10-10:45am 312104 3A Level4 MTWR 10-10:45am 312106 3A L6FitSwm MTWR 10-10:45am 312100 3A PntChild MTWR 10:30-10:55am 312114 3A PRSCHOOL MTWR 11-11:25am 312102 3C Level2 MTWR 11-11:45am 312103 3B Level3 MTWR 11-11:45am 312104 3B Level4 MTWR 11-11:45am 312107 3A JrSwim MTWR 11-11:45am 312101 3a Level 1 MTWR 11:30-11:55am 312114 3b prschool MTWR 12-12:25pm 312105 3b level5 MTWR 12-12:45pm 312106 3b l6dive MTWR 12-12:45pm 312107 3b jrswim MTWR 12-12:45pm 312108 3a adult MTWR 12-12:45pm
DATE 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8 6/28-7/8
LOC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC
FEE $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40
312114 1a prschool TWRf mtwr 312102 1C Level2 TWRf mtwr 312103 1B Level3 TWRf mtwr 312106 1A l6safety TWRf mtwr 312107 1A jrswim TWRf mtwr 312101 1B level1 TWRf mtwr 312114 1b PRSCHool TWRf mtwr 312102 1D Level2 TWRf mtwr 312104 1B Level4 TWRf mtwr 312105 1A level5 TWRf mtwr
Saturdays, September 18-October 9 CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME 412114 2A PRSCHOOL S 9-9:25am 412102 2A Level 2 S 9-9:45am 412105 2A Level5 S 9-9:45am 412100 2A PntChild S 9:30-9:55am 412100 2B PntChild S 10-10:25am 412102 2B Level2 S 10-10:45am 412103 2A Level3 S 10-10:45am 412101 2A Level1 S 10:30-10:55am 412103 2B Level3 S 11-11:45am 412104 2A Level4 S 11-11:45am 412109 2A Adult2 S 11-11:45am
Weekly Swim Lessons, October 18-November 11 CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC 412101 3A Level1 MW 4:20-4:45pm 10/18-11/10 LIAC 412114 3A PRschool TR 4:20-4:45pm 10/19-11/11 LIAC 412102 3A Level2 MW 5-5:45pm 10/18-11/10 LIAC 412102 3B Level2 TR 5-5:45pm 10/19-11/11 LIAC 412103 3C Level3 MW 5-5:45pm 10/18-11/10 LIAC 412103 3D Level3 TR 5-5:45pm 10/19-11/11 LIAC 412104 3B Level4 MW 5-5:45pm 10/18-11/10 LIAC 412104 3C Level4 TR 5-5:45pm 10/19-11/11 LIAC 412114 3B Prschool MW 6-6:25pm 10/18-11/10 LIAC 412115 3A Aquatot TR 6-6:25pm 10/19-11/11 LIAC 412102 3C Level2 MW 6-6:45pm 10/18-11/10 LIAC 412102 3D Level2 TR 6-6:45pm 10/19-11/11 LIAC 412103 3E Level3 MW 6-6:45pm 10/18-11/10 LIAC 412103 3F Level3 TR 6-6:45pm 10/19-11/11 LIAC 412100 3A PntChild MW 6:30-6:55pm 10/18-11/10 LIAC 412100 3B PntChild TR 6:30-6:55pm 10/19-11/11 LIAC 412107 3A JrSwim MW 7-7:45pm 10/18-11/10 LIAC 412106 3A L6Dive TR 7-7:45pm 10/19-11/11 LIAC 412109 3A Adult2 MW 7-7:45pm 10/18-11/10 LIAC 412108 3B Adult TR 7-7:45pm 10/19-11/11 LIAC
Weekly Swim Lessons, July 12-22 CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE 312102 4A Level2 MTWR 9-9:45am 7/12-7/22 312114 4A Prschool MTWR 9:30-9:55am 7/12-7/22 312100 4A PntChild MTWR 10-10:25am 7/12-7/22 312103 4A Level3 MTWR 10-10:45am 7/12-7/22 312104 4a Level4 MTWR 10-10:45am 7/12-7/22 312105 4A Level5 MTWR 10-10:45am 7/12-7/22 312106 4A L6safety MTWR 10-10:45am 7/12-7/22 312101 4A LeveL1 MTWR 10:30-10:55am 7/12-7/22 312100 4B PntChild MTWR 11-11:25am 7/12-7/22 312102 4b Level2 MTWR 11-11:45am 7/12-7/22 312103 4b Level3 MTWR 11-11:45am 7/12-7/22 312105 4b Level5 MTWR 11-11:45am 7/12-7/22 312104 4b Level4 MTWR 11-11:45am 7/12-7/22 312101 4b Level1 MTWR 11:30-11:55am 7/12-7/22 312103 4c Level3 MTWR 12-12:45pm 7/12-7/22 312107 4a jrswim MTWR 12-12:45pm 7/12-7/22 312108 4a adult MTWR 12-12:45pm 7/12-7/22 312114 4b prschool MTWR 5-5:25pm 7/12-7/22 312102 4C Level2 MTWR 5-5:45pm 7/12-7/22 312100 4C pntchild MTWR 5:30-5:55pm 7/12-7/22 312115 4a aquatot MTWR 5:30-5:55pm 7/12-7/22 312101 4c Level1 MTWR 6-6:25pm 7/12-7/22 312102 4d Level2 MTWR 6-6:45pm 7/12-7/22 312103 4d level3 MTWR 6-6:45pm 7/12-7/22 312114 4c Prschool MTWR 6:30-6:55pm 7/12-7/22 Weekly Swim Lessons, September 13-October 7 CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE 412114 1A Prschool MW 4:20-4:45pm 9/13-10/6 412115 1A Aquatot TR 4:20-4:45pm 9/14-10/7 412100 1A PntChild MW 5-5:25pm 9/13-10/6 412100 1B PntChild TR 5-5:25pm 9/14-10/7 412102 1A Level2 MW 5-5:45pm 9/13-10/6 412103 1C Level3 TR 5-5:45pm 9/14-10/7 412103 1D Level3 MW 5-5:45pm 9/13-10/6 412104 1A Level4 TR 5-5:45pm 9/14-10/7 412101 1A Level1 MW 5:30-5:55pm 9/13-10/6 412101 1B Level1 TR 5:30-5:55pm 9/14-10/7 412107 1a JrSwim MW 6-6:45pm 9/13-10/6 412107 1b JrSwim TR 6-6:45pm 9/14-10/7 412102 1B Level2 MW 6-6:45pm 9/13-10/6 412102 1C Level2 TR 6-6:45pm 9/14-10/7 412103 1E Level3 MW 6-6:45pm 9/13-10/6 412103 1F Level3 TR 6-6:45pm 9/14-10/7 412108 1A Adult MW 7-7:45pm 9/13-10/6 412109 1A Adult2 TR 7-7:45pm 9/14-10/7 412104 1B Level4 MW 7-7:45pm 9/13-10/6 412104 1C Level 4 TR 7-7:45pm 9/14-10/7
LOC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC
FEE $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40
LOC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC LIAC
FEE $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40
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Private Swimming Lessons Is there an instructor your child would like to spend a little more time with in one-on-one instruction? Whether your child needs to improve a stroke or skill, or you would just like the individual attention of one instructor, we have a program for you. Many of our certified instructors are available to teach private lessons at our facilities. They are available on a weekly basis during times that public swimming lessons are NOT being held. The cost is $15 per 30-minute session. We offer only American Red Cross-certified Water Safety Instructors for all of our classes. However, the American Red Cross does not sanction these classes or curriculum for private lessons. Registration for private lessons is only available at the LIAC. Please call 832-SWIM for more information.
AQUATIC TRAINING CLASSES Calling All Lifeguards! Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department Aquatics Division wants YOU to work as a certified lifeguard during our year-round swimming season. If you’re willing to work, we’re willing to train you! Training class fees are drastically reduced to those candidates who are willing to sign an employment contract with LPRD Aquatics. We’re excited about building a great team of professional lifeguards and, therefore, reserve the right to hire only the most qualified applicants for all positions and do not guarantee employment based on training completion. All lifeguard candidates must be at least 16 years of age in order to qualify for employment with LPRD Aquatics. For more information on this program, contact the Aquatic Division at 832-SWIM.
Water Safety Instructor Course This dynamic American Red Cross course teaches the dedicated individual how to instruct infants, children and adults in water safety and swimming lessons. Participants must be at least 16 years of age upon completion of the course requirements in order to receive certification. Prerequisite skills include knowledge of all swimming strokes and ability to demonstrate those skills on the first day of class prior to beginning training. Upon completion of the pre-course skill test, participants will be admitted into the class. Class is drastically reduced in price for those candidates who are willing to sign an employment contract with LPRD Aquatics. LPRD Aquatics staff reserves the right to hire only the most qualified and dynamic applicants for all positions and does not guarantee employment based on training completion. Fees for the class include all materials, including books and certification cards upon successful completion of course requirements. Because the course content is fast-paced and power-packed with information, all course times and dates must be attended. For more information on this program, contact the Aquatic Division at 832-SWIM. MUST ATTEND ALL SESSIONS OF THE CLASS. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 312110 A WSI mt 12-5pm 5/17 & 5/18 LIAC $175 wrf 8am-5pm 5/19-5/21 312110 b wsi mtwRf 8am-12pm 6/1-6/11 liac $175 412110 A WSI F 4-8pm 10/1 & 10/8 LIAC $175 Sa 8am-5pm 10/2 & 10/9 Su 12-5pm 10/3 & 10/10 412110 B WSI sU 8am-5pm 12/19 LIAC $175 mtwr 8am-5pm 12/27-12/30
WATERPARK LIFEGUARD TRAINING Ages: 15 and Up. Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department’s Aquatics Division offers American Red Cross Waterpark Lifeguarding classes for ages 15 and older. Class fees include all materials, including books.
JUNIOR INSTRUCTOR PROGRAM Ever wonder what it is like to teach swim lessons? Come join the LPRD Junior Instructor program. This is a volunteer program for anyone who wants to help at the pool. Earn volunteer credits to take classes (CPR, First Aid, Lifeguard Training, etc.). For more information, contact the Aquatic Division at 832-SWIM.
Course satisfies most employers’ requirements for lifeguard positions. Please contact the Aquatic Division Office at 832-SWIM for more information. The Waterpark Lifeguarding class teaches participants the knowledge and skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies both in a pool and a water park environment. The course content and activities prepare candidates to recognize and respond quickly and effectively to emergencies and to prevent drownings and injuries. Prerequisites must be met on the first day of class for the candidate to continue with the class. These include being 15 years of age before the scheduled end of the class; the ability to swim nonstop for 300 yards using 100 yards of crawl, 100 yards of breaststroke and 100 yards of either crawl or breaststroke; and the ability to swim 20 yards using crawl or breaststroke, surface dive to a depth of 7 to 10 feet, retrieve a 10-pound object, return to the surface, and swim 20 yards back to the starting point with the object—legs only in 1:40 or less. MUST ATTEND ALL SESSIONS OF THE CLASS. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 312120 A WLGT F 4-8PM 5/7 & 5/14 LIAC $175 S 8AM-5PM 5/8 & 5/15 su 12-5PM 5/9 & 5/16 412120 A WLGT mtwr 4-8pm 9/13-9/23 LIAC $175 412120 B WLGT MTWR 8am-5pm 12/20-12/23 LIAC $175 412120 C WLGT mtwr 8am-5pm 12/27-12/30 LIAC $175 LIFEGUARD TRAINING INSTRUCTOR Ages: 17 and Up. Lifeguard Training Instructor is designed to train instructor candidates to teach the American Red Cross Lifeguard Training course by developing their understanding of how to use the course materials, how to conduct training sessions and how to evaluate a participant’s progress. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 412122 A LGTI smtwr 8am-5pm 12/19-12/23 LIAC $175 club liac Lifeguard/Instructor Aquatic Certifications — December 19-30 CLUB LIAC is an opportunity for training when school is not in session. CLUB LIAC offers several different classes, including Lifeguard Training, Lifeguard Training Instructor and Water Safety Instructor courses. For more information, contact the Aquatic Division at 832-SWIM.
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Eagle Bend Golf Course & Learning Center 1250 E. 902 Road (below Clinton Lake Dam), (785) 748-0600 For information and questions regarding golf, contact John Morris, golf operations supervisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Eagle Bend is owned and operated by the city of Lawrence’s Parks and Recreation Department. The city received the land through a lease with the Army Corps of Engineers. Eagle Bend is designed along the Wakarusa River channel located below the Clinton Reservoir Dam. As a member of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary program for golf courses, Eagle Bend is dedicated to continuing the preservation of the environment and habitat of wildlife. Much wildlife inhabits Eagle Bend, including rabbits, red foxes, coyotes, deer, quail, blue heron, muskrats, turtles, eagles, hawks, Canadian geese, woodpeckers, fish and snakes. The first six holes on the course are open with few trees. The remaining holes are heavily wooded and sit in the shadow of the Wakarusa River. The bald eagle is indigenous to the area and played a major role in the naming of the course. During its construction, bald eagle sightings were plentiful and can still be seen in the fall and early spring. Since the river bends around the course, the name Eagle Bend was a natural. No signature hole is designated, but a consensus favors No. 16, a 560-yard par 5 with a split fairway, and No. 17, an elevated 165-yard par 3 with the river channel cutting across the entire front side of the green.
Riding Fees Mon-Thu Fri-Sun/Holidays Junior (Mon-Thu) Junior (Fri-Sun)
18 holes of championship golf, a full-service pro shop, snack bar, driving range, short-game facility, practice putting and chipping greens, club repair and custom club fitting and golf instruction by a PGA professional. Yardage Course rating Recommended and slope handicap Gold 6,812 yards 73.8/131 0-7 Blue 6,367 yards 71.4/126 8-15 White 6,004 yards 69.9/122 16+ Red 5,471 yards 72.6/122 Beginners Yellow 3,160 yards Juniors Green 1,612 yards Beginning Juniors
Walking Fees 9 Holes 18 Holes Driving Range Mon-Thu $13 $20 40 balls per token — $5/token Fri-Sun/Holidays $15 $25 Junior (Mon-Thu) $8 $8 5-round Play Card (18 holes only) Junior (Fri-Sun) $12 $12 10% discount (good for any day) — $112.50 Pull Cart $5 $5 10-round Play Card (18 holes only) 15% discount (good for any day) — $212.50 9 Holes $23 $25 $19 $23
18 Holes $35 $38 20-round Play Card (18 holes only) $24 20% discount (good for any day) — $400 $28
Driving Range Season Pass Individual — $200
12-month pass option The 12-month Golf Pass may be purchased for $750 and provides the purchaser with unlimited green fees and driving range tokens (2 tokens or 80 balls per visit) at no additional charge for a 12-month period beginning from the date of purchase. Cart rental, if desired, will be assessed at the standard, full-price rate and will not be reduced for any specials or discounts being offered to the public.
juniors golf free The family outing just got better! The new Juniors Golf Free program at Eagle Bend makes it easier for families to enjoy time together on the links. Monday through Friday juniors age 11 and under golf FREE with a paying adult (limit two juniors per paying adult). Call 748-0600 today to set your family tee time.
HOURS OF OPERATION AND TEE TIMES Club House opens at 7 a.m. weekdays (Monday-Thursday) and 6 a.m. on weekends (Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays) during daylight saving time. Tee times begin at 7:30 a.m. on weekdays and 7 a.m. on weekends and holidays. Reservations can be made up to seven days in advance by calling 748-0600 or 877-861-GOLF (4653). In order to secure your tee time, you must check in at least 15 minutes prior to your reserved tee time.
LESSONS All golf instruction is organized and directed by John Morris, golf operations supervisor, and Greg Dannevik, assistant golf operations supervisor.
Adult Instruction Offered to those adults who wish to experience the game of golf and improve their game. Instruction of the short game, full swing, rules and etiquette will be covered. In addition, proper practice techniques and course management skills will also be covered. Classes meet once a
EAGLE BEND’S MEN’S SENIOR GOLF LEAGUE Fee: $25, walking/riding fees, as well as $5 entry fee. A league promoting a positive, fun atmosphere for senior golfers. Meets once a week for 22 weeks. Golfers of all abilities are welcome. Various weekly formats, weekly prizes and an end-of-year luncheon are planned. All men 50 years old and up are eligible to join. League runs April 12-September 20, Monday mornings.
week for four consecutive weeks. To enhance the learning process, a 5-1 student-teacher ratio will be offered. Applications will be available in the Eagle Bend Golf Shop. Beginner: A golfer who has never played before and would like to learn about the game. Intermediate: A golfer who has played but would like to learn more about the fundamentals and improve scoring. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 260200 A adgf-beg T 6-7pm 4/6-4/27 EBGC $100 260200 B adgf-beg R 6-7pm 4/8-4/29 EBGC $100 260201 A adgf-INT W 6-7pm 4/7-4/28 EBGC $100 360200 A adgf-beg T 6-7pm 5/4-5/25 EBGC $100 360200 B adgf-beg R 6-7pm 5/6-5/27 EBGC $100 360201 A adgf-INT W 6-7pm 5/5-5/26 EBGC $100 460200 A adgf-beg T 6-7pm 9/7-9/28 EBGC $100 460200 B adgf-beg R 6-7pm 9/9-9/30 EBGC $100 460201 A adgf-INT W 6-7pm 9/8-9/29 EBGC $100 CAMPS — YOUTH INSTRUCTION (SEE YOUTH CAMPS — SUMMER, PAGE 58)
Private Instruction John Morris, golf operations supervisor, PGA apprentice; Greg Dannevik, assistant golf operations supervisor, PGA professional. Private lessons are by appointment only. Please call (785) 748-0600.
leagues (For additional information or to join a league, please sign up at Eagle Bend’s Pro Shop)
September 22, Wednesday evenings at 5 p.m. League membership fee, plus appropriate green fees, will be charged. Membership fee includes local membership and USGA Handicap.
EAGLE BEND’S JUNIOR Nine-HOLE GOLF LEAGUE Fee: $50 one-time fee. A league promoting fun competition for junior golfers. This is not an instructional league. Participants are expected to have basic knowledge of etiquette and basic golf skills. There will be a weekly medalist for six weeks. Golfers will compete according to gender for low score. The best four scores of the six will count toward stroke average. This enables participants to miss up to two weeks of the six-week league, or to eliminate two weak scores from poor rounds, and still compete for the season award. Each flight will have a season medalist winner for low round of the season. Boys and girls 12-17 years old who have not reached their 18th birthday by June 10 are eligible. League is open to the first 48 golfers. League runs June 7-July 12, Monday afternoons, with tee times between 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
monthly SPECIALS JUNE-AUGUST
twilight rates June 1- August 31 (Monday-Friday after 5 p.m. only) $20 — 9 holes with cart JULY 5 ONLY
rollback prices (12th year celebration) Walking 9 holes — $9.75 9 holes with cart — $17.25 Walking 18 holes — $15 18 holes with cart — $25 NOVEMBER & DECEMBER
winter special November 1-December 31 (anytime) $27 — 18 holes with cart (All Monthly Special rates are not valid with any other offers or discounts)
TOURNAMENTS Eagle Bend Golf Course & Learning Center is open to outside groups for company outings and tournaments. Groups can reserve the course in three different formats. To find out more details, contact Eagle Bend at (785) 748-0600.
EAGLE BEND’S MEN’S GOLF LEAGUE Fee: $30 one-time fee, walking/riding fees, as well as $10 entry fee each week. A weekly league with various formats. Objective of the league is to provide a fun and relaxing atmosphere to improve your golf game. Open to all men 18 years old and up. Runs April 13-Aug. 24. EAGLE BEND’S WOMEN’S GOLF LEAGUE Fee: $15 annual fee. A once-a-week league for golfers of all skill level. Weekly formats, guest days, an invitational tournament, a Club Championship and an end-of-year luncheon are some of the league’s highlights. Open to all women 18 years old and up. Runs April 21-
hole spotlight: Hole 16
540 yards/Blue Tees • Par 5 • Handicap 8
The split-fairway par 5 gives the golfer two options: play it safe down the right side, or try to reach the smaller fairway to the left. The bunkers in front of the green will see lots of action from golfers trying to reach the green in two. After a layup, a short iron will be needed to reach a severely sloped green.
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all these benefits, while increasing endurance and strength in your lower body, core and upper body. This is a beginning and introductory class for older adults (60+) designed for people with no experience with indoor cycling. Individuals are responsible for the intensity of their own workouts. Bikers can modify their cycling resistance and pace according to their current fitness levels. There are no fancy steps to learn (though there is great music to pedal to), so even if you don’t know how to ride a bicycle, you can enjoy the class. Indoor cycling can provide an excellent aerobic workout. No class 11/23, 11/25, 11/26. Instructors: Vicki Lysen/Pat Middaugh. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315353 A PedP(VL) T 1-1:45pm 6/1-6/22 CB-CR3 $20 315353 B PedP(Pm) R 10-10:45Am 6/3-6/24 CB-CR3 $20 315353 c PedP(VL) F 12-12:45pm 6/4-6/25 CB-CR3 $20 315353 d PedP(PM) R 10-10:45Am 7/1-8/19 CB-CR3 $40 315353 e PedP(PM) F 12-12:45pm 7/2-8/20 CB-CR3 $40 415353 A PedP(VL) T 1-1:45pm 9/14-11/12 CB-CR3 $40 415353 B PedP(VL) F 12-12:45pm 9/17-11/5 CB-CR3 $40 415353 C PedP(VL) T 1-1:45pm 11/9-12/7 CB-CR3 $20 415353 D PedP(VL) F 12-12:45pm 11/12-12/10 CB-CR3 $20
Life-Long Recreation provides opportunities in recreation to maintain an active lifestyle for those over 60 years old. If you have suggestions or ideas for future programs, please let us know. Participants are responsible for providing their own workout mat.
Fitness For Life Ages: 60 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 30. Physical fitness is especially important for mature men and women. Keeping fit can actually delay the degenerative diseases associated with aging and thus help us to look and feel well. Class helps coordination, improves circulation, fortifies the heart and lungs, and improves muscle tone. You will feel extra zest and have an improved self image, independence and extra energy to help you feel “young at heart.” You don’t stop exercising because you get old, but you get old because you stop exercising. No class 11/22, 11/24, 11/26. Instructor: Wilma Elder. For more information, contact Jo Ellis at 832-7930. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315261 A fit4life MWF 10:05-11:05am 6/2-7/23 HPRC-GY $48 315261 B fit4life MWF 10:05-11:05am 7/26-8/27 HPRC-GY $30 415261 A fit4life MWF 10:05-11:05am 9/13-11/5 HPRC-GY $50 415261 B fit4life MWF 10:05-11:05am 11/8-12/10 HPRC-GY $25
Aerobic Dance Exercise Ages: 60 and Up. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 50. Experience a high-energy method of aerobic dance exercise resulting in improved health and fitness. This class offers warm-ups, stretch toning, aerobics and cool-down routines, as well as strength and cardiovascular training. No class 11/22, 11/24, 11/26. Instructor: Nicki Listerman. For more information, contact Jo Ellis at 832-7930. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315123 A Aerobic MWF 8:50-9:50am 6/2-7/23 HPRC-GY $48 315123 b Aerobic MWF 8:50-9:50am 7/26-8/27 HPRC-GY $30 415123 A Aerobic MWF 8:50-9:50am 9/13-11/5 HPRC-GY $50 415123 b Aerobic MWF 8:50-9:50am 11/8-12/10 HPRC-GY $25
Historical Home Tour Ages: 60 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 9. Let’s take a bus ride and drive through 100 years of Lawrence history. We will view and learn about two early homes from 1858, the Italianate-style houses of the 1870s and 1880s, the large Victorian houses of the 1890s, the four squares of the 1900s and finally the 1956 hyperbolic paraboloid house, now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Co-sponsored with DCSS. Instructor: Katie Armitage, co-author of Nineteenth Century Houses in Lawrence, Kansas. Tour departs from South Park Recreation Center, 1141 Massachusetts St. For more information, contact Jo Ellis at 832-7930. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 421700 A HTour W 10am-12pm 10/6 sprc $12
A.M. Walking Need exercise? Then come down to the ELRC from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., Monday through Friday. You will not only get your heart pumping but also have a good time building friendships with fellow walkers. FREE! For more information, contact Ross Schraeder at 832-7950.
pickleball Ages: 60 and Up. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 10. Pickleball is played with a perforated plastic baseball, similar to a whiffleball, and wood or composite paddles. It is a combination of tennis and badminton with different rules and equipment. It is a great game for individuals of all ages and easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players. Instructor: Evan Jorn. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315050 A pkleball f 8-9am 6/11-7/16 hprc-tc $30 415050 a pkleball r 10-11am 9/16-10/21 hprc-tc $30
Cycling — Pedal Pushers Ages: 60 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 14. The best way to age gracefully is to pursue a healthy lifestyle by challenging yourself to grow physically, intellectually, socially and emotionally. Indoor cycling can provide
pilates Ages: 60 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 20. Pilates is a modern approach to body conditioning that will keep you on the cutting edge of fitness. Class will focus on core muscles such as hips, thighs and abdominals that will strengthen and tone by stretching as the body moves. Main principles include flowing motion, breathing, flexibility, precision, centering and control. This class strengthens not only your body but your mind as well. No class 11/23, 11/25. Instructor: Pat Middaugh. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315224 a pilates tr 8:45-9:45am 6/1-7/22 sprc-fr $37 315224 b pilates tr 8:45-9:45am 7/27-8/26 sprc-fr $23 415224 a pilates tr 8:45-9:45am 9/14-11/2 hprc-gy $37 415224 b pilates tr 8:45-9:45am 11/9-12/7 hprc-gy $19 senior strength training Ages: 55 and Up. Beginning Enrollment Min 10 / Max 12, Intermediate Enrollment Min 12 / Max 20. Strength training for seniors is effective in improving balance (preventing falls), strengthening major muscle groups, and increasing muscle mass and bone density. The class is designed to include functional movement patterns to enhance daily living activities. A variety of strength-training equipment will be used, including universal machines, free weights, and resistance tubing and bands. Class includes a warm-up period and a post-workout stretch. NOTE: A physician’s release is required prior to beginning of class. No class 11/22, 11/24, 11/26. Instructors: Cindy Baker (Beginning), Vicki Lysen/Pat Middaugh (Intermediate). For more information, contact Jo Ellis at 832-7930. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315333 A Beg(CB) MWF 8:05-9am 6/2-7/23 HPRC-HR $48 315333 B Beg(CB) MWF 8:05-9am 7/26-8/27 HPRC-HR $30 315334 A Int(VL) MWF 8:30-9:20am 6/2-6/25 HPRC-BR $23 315334 B Int(VL) MWF 9:30-10:20am 6/2-6/25 HPRC-BR $23 315334 C Int(VL) MWF 10:30-11:20am 6/2-6/25 HPRC-BR $23 315334 D Int(pm) MWF 8:30-9:20am 6/28-8/20 HPRC-BR $50 315334 E Int(pm) MWF 9:30-10:20am 6/28-8/20 HPRC-BR $50 315334 F Int(pm) MWF 10:30-11:20am 6/28-8/20 HPRC-BR $50 415333 A Beg(CB) MWF 8:05-9am 9/13-11/5 HPRC-HR $50 415333 B beg(CB) MWF 8:05-9am 11/8-12/10 HPRC-HR $25 415334 A Int(VL) MWF 8:30-9:20am 9/13-11/5 HPRC-BR $50 415334 B Int(VL) MWF 9:30-10:20am 9/13-11/5 HPRC-BR $50 415334 C Int(VL) MWF 10:30-11:20am 9/13-11/5 HPRC-BR $50 415334 D Int(VL) MWF 8:30-9:20am 11/8-12/10 HPRC-BR $25 415334 E Int(VL) MWF 9:30-10:20am 11/8-12/10 HPRC-BR $25 415334 F Int(VL) MWF 10:30-11:20am 11/8-12/10 HPRC-BR $25
Tai Chi, Beginning Ages: 60 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 12. This ancient Chinese exercise improves strength, flexibility, concentration and balance by combining gentle physical movement and mental discipline. Slow movements also strengthen muscles and joints, not to mention reduce stress, fatigue and the risk of falls due to increased balance. No class 11/24. Instructor: Wendy Griswold. For more information, contact Jo Ellis at 832-7930. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 415501 A BgTaiChi W 10:15-11:30am 9/15-11/3 dcss $42 415501 b BgTaiChi W 10:15-11:30am 11/10-12/8 dcss $21 Yoga Ages: 60 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 20. A less vigorous beginners class adapted for older adults. Stretch stiff muscles and learn to correctly align your spine through slow progressive traction. While using the full capacity of the lungs through correct breathing, you will completely oxygenate the body and the brain, improving blood circulation and your sense of well-being. Co-sponsored with DCSS. No class 11/22. Instructor: Annie Wilsey. For more information, contact Jo Ellis at 832-7930. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315271 A Yoga M 9:30-10:45am 6/7-7/26 SPRC-Fr $42 415271 A Yoga(AW) M 9:30-10:45am 9/13-11/1 SPRC-FR $42 415271 d Yoga(AW) M 9:30-10:45am 11/8-12/6 SPRC-FR $21
Zumba Gold Ages: 60 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 20. A completely new program designed for the active senior. Zumba is a fun, effective and simple fitness system that will maximize calorie output, fat burning and total body toning. The explosive Latin rhythm creates a fun atmosphere that delivers results, as well as a “feel happy” workout! You can enjoy Zumba even if you have limited mobility. No class 11/23, 11/25. Instructor: Susan Pomeroy. For more information, contact Jo Ellis at 832-7930. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315002 A Zumbagd TR 9:15-10:15am 6/1-7/22 dcss $37 315002 b Zumbagd TR 9:15-10:15am 7/27-8/26 dcss $23 415002 A zumbagd TR 9:15-10:15am 9/14-11/4 dcss $37 415002 b zumbagd TR 9:15-10:15am 11/9-12/9 dcss $19
PRAIRIE PARK NATURE CENTER 2730 Harper St. Nature Center Hours Monday: Closed Tuesday-Saturday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday: 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
PROGRAMS for children/teens — SUMMER For all classes, come prepared to go outdoors, including wearing bug repellent and sunscreen. CAMPS — (SEE YOUTH CAMPS — SUMMER, PAGE 58)
wild adventures for preschoolers and parents WEEKLY Tuesdays, 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Ages: 2-5. Enrollment Max 15. Drop in for stories, activities and information about animals and the places in which they live. A different topic will be presented each week. Come prepared to go outdoors. Due to space limitations, no more than one adult per child please. Registration is also taken up to a week in advance of each weekly session of a program on a space-available basis. Cost for an individual program session is $4. Please call in advance to reserve a spot. Payment will be at class time, or you can enroll for the entire program using the code information below. For more information, please call 832-7980. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIMe DATE LOC FEE 323102 A WildAdvT T 10-11am 6/8-7/27 PPNC $32 423202 A WildAdvt T 10-11am 9/7-10/26 PPNC $32 423202 B WildAdvt T 10-11am 11/2-12/21 PPNC $32 ARCHERY, beginners Ages: 7-16. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 12. Learn the basics of Olympic-style archery using Genesis compound bows. Taught by certified instructors. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIMe DATE LOC FEE 323267 A begARCH r 9:30-11aM 6/3 PPNC $10 323267 B begARCH r 9:30-11aM 6/17 PPNC $10 323267 c begARCH R 9:30-11aM 7/1 PPNC $10 323267 d begARCH r 9:30-11aM 7/15 PPNC $10 423267 a begarch w 3-4:30pm 9/8 ppnc $10 ARCHERY club Ages: 7-16. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 12. Olympic-style archery using Genesis compound bows. Build your archery skills while learning scoring. Prerequisite: Beginning Archery. Taught by certified instructors. CodE Sec Class Day Time Date Loc Fee 323268 A Archclub R 11:15am-12:15pm 6/17 Ppnc $7 323268 B Archclub R 11:15am-12:15pm 7/1 Ppnc $7 323268 C Archclub R 11:15am-12:15pm 7/15 Ppnc $7
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CANOEING FOR FUN Ages: 7-13. Enrollment Max 8. Learn the basics of canoeing and canoe safety at Mary’s Lake. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIMe DATE LOC FEE 323265 A CanoeFUN W 9:30-11:30AM 6/9 PPNC $10 323265 B canoeFUN W 9:30-11:30AM 6/23 PPNC $10 323265 C canoeFUN W 9:30-11:30AM 7/7 PPNC $10 323265 d canoeFUN W 9:30-11:30AM 7/21 PPNC $10 FISHING FOR FUN Ages: 7-13. Enrollment Max 8. Bring your own fishing pole or use one of PPNC’s poles for a morning of fishing fun at Mary’s Lake. Learn to use different bait and lures. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIMe DATE LOC FEE 323263 A FISHFUN W 9:30-11:30AM 6/2 PPNC $10 323263 B FISHFUN W 9:30-11:30AM 6/16 PPNC $10 323263 C FISHFUN W 9:30-11:30AM 6/30 PPNC $10 323263 d FISHFUN W 9:30-11:30AM 7/14 PPNC $10 323263 e FISHFUN W 9:30-11:30AM 7/28 PPNC $10 WILDLIFE EXPLORERS Ages: 6-12. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 25. Explore the mysteries of different animal groups. Each week we will investigate what makes each class of animals unique and their importance in the environment. Outdoor exploration, indoor investigation, games, videos and lots of fun. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIMe DATE LOC FEE 323266 A wildexpl r 1:30-3pm 6/3-7/29 PPNC $45 EXPLORING NATURE FOR HOME-SCHOOLED STUDENTS Section A ages: 6-8, K-3rd grade; Section B ages: 8-12, 4th-6th grade. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 20. Eight-week session of science programs for home-schooled students exploring animals, plants and the environment. We will have hands-on activities, games and crafts designed to meet state science outcomes. If space exists, registration for drop-ins will be taken up to one week in advance. Individual session cost is $5 per session. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIMe DATE LOC FEE 423320 A exploring W 10:30am-12pm 9/8-11/10 PPNC $50 423320 b exploring W 9-10:30am 9/8-11/10 PPNC $50 teen volunteer program Ages: 12-16. Enrollment Max 10. Participants will learn about natural resource and wildlife occupations and have an opportunity to participate in volunteer activities at the Nature Center, including display construction, wildlife care and handling, water sampling and habitat improvement. The group will design and complete a conservation project. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIMe DATE LOC FEE 423120 A TeenVol T 4-5pm 9/7-11/9 PPNC $25 NO CHILD INSIDE HIKING ADVENTURES Ages: 7-12. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 12. Don’t spend your after-school hours in front of the television. Get out and get moving with a guided investigative nature hike to a new area each week. We will be frogging at the wetlands, stalking birds with binoculars, identifying tracks and much more. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIMe DATE LOC FEE 423261 A hikeclub w 3-4:30pm 9/1 PPNC $5 423261 b hikeclub w 3-4:30pm 9/15 PPNC $5 423261 c hikeclub w 3-4:30pm 9/29 PPNC $5 423261 d hikeclub w 3-4:30pm 10/13 PPNC $5 423261 e hikeclub w 3-4:30pm 10/27 PPNC $5
geocaching 101 Ages: 8 to adult. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 20. (Children under 15 must be enrolled with an enrolled adult.) Come out to the Nature Center to learn about geocaching, a high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. Locate the three hidden containers, called geocaches, while enjoying the outdoors and learning how to use GPS hand-helds. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIMe DATE LOC FEE 323328 a geoca sU 2:30-3:30pm 7/11 PPNC $5 423328 a geoca sU 2:30-3:30pm 9/12 PPNC $5
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the camping gourmet Ages: 12 and Up. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 12. Learn how to feed yourself great meals on summer camping trips cheaply, easily and with very few dishes to wash. Learn to operate a camp stove and cook in a Dutch oven. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIMe DATE LOC FEE 323290 A gourmet SU 2-4pm 6/6 PPNC $10
CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIMe 323262 A adtARCH r 3-4:30pm 323262 B adtARCH r 3-4:30pm 323262 c adtARCH r 3-4:30pm 323262 d adtARCH r 3-4:30pm 423262 a adtARCH r 3-4:30pm 423262 B adtARCH r 3-4:30pm
bIRDWATCHING BASICS Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 20. Learn the basics of bird identification with an expert birder. The class will cover choosing a field guide and binoculars, field marks and best birding locations. Binoculars provided. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIMe DATE LOC FEE 323274 A birdbsic S 8-10am 6/12 PPNC $10 323274 b birdbsic S 8-10am 7/24 PPNC $10 THE MAGNIFICENT MONARCH Ages: All. Children under 14 must be enrolled with an adult. You’ll learn about migrating monarchs, tag your own butterfly and release it back into the wild. You’ll receive a certificate with tag numbers, which can be used to check the progress of your butterfly via the Internet if it is recaptured once its migration is complete. Tag up to five butterflies at the Nature Center. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIMe DATE LOC FEE 423101 A MONARCH s 9:30am-12pm 9/18 ppnc $3 Fall break nature camp Ages: 6-12. Enrollment Min 9 / Max 25. Enjoy the outdoors on fall break with hikes, crafts, live animals and games. Sign up for one day or both; there will be different activities each day. Bring your sack lunch, but snacks will be provided. Dress for the weather; camp will have indoor and outdoor activities. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 423325 a fallcamp r 9AM-3PM 11/11 PPNC $25 423325 b fallcamp f 9AM-3PM 11/12 ppnc $25
environmental education for groups SCOUTING For Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, Prairie Park Nature Center offers a wide range of programs to help scouts complete necessary requirements for merit badge attainment. Please call the Nature Center for more information, 832-7980.
Environmental Education (For schools and other organized groups) Prairie Park Nature Center offers a wide variety of one-hour programs and two-hour field trips designed for schools and organized groups. For more information, please contact the Nature Center at 832-7980. You can also find information on the web at www.lawrenceks.org/lprd/ppnc.
PROGRAMS for adults and families
Children under 14 must be registered with a paying adult for all family programs. No unattended children will be allowed.
free sunday programs
Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. jUNE 13 — PRAIRIE WILDFLOWERS hIKE 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Ages 8 and Up. jUNE 21 — animal dads 1:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. August 1 — Get the Lead Out 1:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. A discussion on the impact of using lead tackle and ammunition to wildlife and the environment and the alternatives available to reduce these risks. September 5 — TALONS OF STEEL — birds of prey 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. october 24 — CREATURES OF THE NIGHT BROUGHT TO LIGHT 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. November 15 — Flying tigers — the OWLS OF KANSAS 1:30 p.m. to 2 p.m.
special events Spring wildflower sale Sunday, May 9, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sponsored by Prairie Park Partners. A variety of native wildflower seedlings and seeds will be on sale.
introduction to fly fishing Ages: 16 to adult. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 13. Learn the basics of fly fishing. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIMe DATE LOC FEE 423329 A flyfish SU 2-4PM 10/3 PPNC $10
HALLOWEEN TRICK-OR-TREAT October 31, 1-4 p.m. Halloween trick-or-treat around Mary’s Lake. Cookies and cider at the Nature Center. Sponsored by Prairie Park Partners. Fee: $3.
ARCHERY, adult Ages: 17 and Up. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 10. Learn the basics of Olympicstyle archery using Genesis compound bows. Taught by certified instructors.
Birthday Party Programs at Prairie Park Nature Center $80 fee for classroom rental for two hours with a 40-minute live animal program and a craft, game or hike. Maximum of 15 children, 10 adults.
Stretch’s Corner for Adults
Feet by the numbers Stretch’s crossword
Number of bones in each foot. Only your hands have more (27 in each).
Number of sweat glands in the foot (regulators of body temperature). The highest concentrations in the body are found in the soles and palms.
Number of times thicker skin is on the heel compared to the rest of the body. Pairs of running shoes (in millions) sold in the U.S. market in 2008.
Source: Runner's World
Common foot problems Achilles tendinitis Cause: A sudden increase in activity or intensity causes inflammation of the tendon that connects the calf to the heel. Fix: Rest; ice; consider wearing a heel lift in running and regular shoes to keep the tendon from overstretching. Prevention: Gradually increase mileage and hill work.
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Number of golf leagues offered at Eagle Bend Something the Forestry Division sells every April and October Cost to use the weight/cardio rooms at city recreation centers A fun run held at Haskell Indian Nations University every November Rocket Park is the nickname for this park This park houses a skate park Program offered by Prairie Park Nature Center One of three cemeteries in Lawrence The Brown Bag Concert Series is held in front of this downtown business Something you can do at an aquatic facility
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The Murphy-Bromelsick House resides here Program held the day after the Outdoor Aquatic Center closes for the season A sport offered by the Adult Sports Division Something you can do at Centennial Park Watson Park’s nickname The month the Fall Arts and Crafts Festival is held South Park Recreation Center was known as this in the 1990s Former name of the Japanese Friendship Garden The number of Activities Guides LPRD produces yearly Name of the bald eagle at Prairie Park Nature Center A place where trees are cultivated for educational purposes This is a rental facility, as well as the Lawrence Visitor’s Center
Blisters Cause: Combination of friction and sweat. The body recognizes irritation caused by friction and releases fluid beneath the top layer of skin to protect the injured skin. Fix: Leave it alone. If painful, rub it with alcohol to remove dirt, and then use a small pin (dipped first in alcohol to sanitize it) to pop a tiny hole in the middle. Don’t peel the blistered skin off. Prevention: Wear socks made of wicking fiber. Calluses Cause: Repetitive pressure caused by overpronation creating areas of thick skin below second midfoot bone. Fix: During or after bathing, rub calluses with a pumice stone or washcloth to help remove toughened skin. Prevention: Wear stability or motion-control shoes. Bunions Cause: Pressure from overpronation causes swelling at the joint of the big toe, which forms a bony protrusion. Fix: Wear orthotics, stability shoes or motion-control shoes. Prevention: Wear shoes — both running and regular — that have a wide toe box. Source: Runner's World
Stretch’s Corner for Kids
Word match game Match each word with the correct definition. _____ 1. DNA _____ 2. HORMONES _____ 3. FLOSS _____ 4. NUTRITION _____ 5. TENDONS _____ _6. BACTERIA
A. These special cords are made of tough tissue and attach your muscles to your bones. B. Deoxyribonucleic acid — it is found inside the billions of cells that make up your body. C. The study of food and how it works in your body. D. Special chemicals your body makes to help it do certain things — like grow up! E. The good ones help your body, and the bad ones can make you sick. F. When you do this, you keep the dentist away, because you are cleaning small pieces of food from your teeth and gums.
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Think green, go green, be green What does it mean to be green? Being “green” means you are taking special steps to protect the environment. There is a lot you can do to be green and make the Earth — the water, air and land — a better place for people to live. Reduce! When you use less of something, you are helping the Earth. For example, a shorter shower means using less water. Some other things you can do to reduce are: • Shut off lights when you’re not in the room. • Turn the water off while brushing your teeth. Information and recipes from kidshealth.org
• Unplug chargers for your cell phone and MP3 player when you aren’t charging them. Reuse! Instead of throwing away something you don’t need, find someone else who does need it. If you have grown too tall for your pants, give them to your younger sibling or a friend. You can also: • Use washable utensils instead of plastic forks and spoons. • Drink tap water instead of bottled. If you do have a bottle of water, fill it up with tap water several times until the bottle can’t be used anymore.
• Organize a swap with your friends. Have everyone bring unwanted toys, books, clothes and anything else and exchange them. Recycle! Recycling is so easy. All you need to do is separate glass, cans, plastic and paper into different bins and have your parents take it to a recycling center. Recycled goods are crushed, broken down and turned into new items that people can use, instead of going into a landfill. Don’t forget to get outside and enjoy the environment! Crossword and word match answer keys on page 69
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bd200 — Belly dance level 1 — intermediate (formerly med I) Ages: 12 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 20. Take it to the next level with this intermediate-level class that explores the dance side of belly dance. You will improve on your technique and expand your movement vocabulary with complex movements, combinations and simple choreographies. Prerequisite: Minimum of two sessions of BD101 — Belly Dance Basics. Instructor: JoAnne Zingo. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314211 A bd200 M 8-8:55pm 6/7-7/26 CB-DS $35 414211 A bd200 M 8-8:55pm 9/13-11/15 CB-DS $44 bd250 — dancing with props Ages: 12 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 20. Various ethnic dances of the Middle East use props as part of the dance. A sampling of these includes scarves, canes, veils, tambourines, swords and wooden spoons. Start simple and work up in degree of difficulty during this 90-minute workshop. Prerequisite: BD101 — Belly Dance Basics. Instructor: JoAnne Zingo. cODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314214 a bd250 m 6:30-8pm 8/2 CB-DS $8 bd300 — Advanced intermediate (formerly med II) Ages: 12 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 20. Add musical interpretation, cultural nuance, elements of choreography and other concepts of Middle Eastern dance to the dancer’s movement repertoire. Those interested in performance will further develop their skills. Prerequisite: Minimum of four complete sessions of BD200 — Belly Dance Level 1. Instructor: JoAnne Zingo. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314212 A bd300 t 6:35-7:30pm 6/8-7/27 CB-DS $35 414212 A bd300 t 6:35-7:30pm 9/14-11/16 CB-DS $44 For more information regarding the Recreation Instruction Division, contact Jo Ellis at South Park Recreation Center, 1141 Massachusetts St., at 785-832-7930 or at email@example.com.
Dance ballroom dancing Ages: 18 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 12 couples. Fees are assessed at a couples rate. Discover the excitement of dancing! Learn the classics. The cha-cha: the fun dance. The waltz: beautiful and graceful dance in 3/4 time. East Coast Swing: the grandmother of all swing. The wedding or anniversary dance. Partners preferred; singles placed on waiting list for partner matching. No class 11/22. Instructor: Shirley Barrand. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314161 A Ballrm M 7-8pm 6/7-7/26 SPRC-FR $70 414161 A Ballrm M 7-8pm 9/13-11/1 SPRC-FR $70 414161 b Ballrm M 7-8pm 11/8-12/6 SPRC-FR $35
bd101 — Belly Dance Basics Ages: 12 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 20. Dance that expresses your inner goddess, exercise that emphasizes body and muscle awareness, passive stretching and a smattering of Middle Eastern culture. Move to the beats and music of Arabian nights while you are introduced to muscles you never knew you had. Belly Dance Basics is an overall body movement experience and your introduction to this beautiful, ancient dance form. Instructor: JoAnne Zingo. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314201 A bd101 M 6-6:55pm 6/7-7/26 CB-DS $35 314201 B bd101 M 7-7:55pm 6/7-7/26 CB-DS $35 414201 A bd101 M 6-6:55pm 9/13-11/1 CB-DS $35 414201 b bd101 M 7-7:55pm 9/13-11/1 CB-DS $35
middle eastern technique workshop Ages: 12 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 20. This workshop involving intensive training starts with 15 minutes of stretching and warm up, followed by a full hour of dance focusing on cultural/ethnic style, including use of veil, cane and finger cymbals with movement across the floor and combinations, ending with a 15-minute cool down. Prerequisite: Minimum one session of BD200. Note: Open to intermediate and higher level dancers regardless of previous instructor. Instructor: JoAnne Zingo. cODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314202 A techniq T 7-8:30pm 8/3-8/24 CB-DS $25 bd400 — advanced/professional (formerly Med III) Ages: 12 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 20. Putting it all together, this advanced level is a dance company class. Material includes advanced group and solo choreographies, training in regional styles and performance opportunities. Instructor: JoAnne Zingo. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314213 a bd400 t 7:35-8:30pm 6/8-7/27 CB-DS $35 414213 a bd400 t 7:35-8:30pm 9/14-11/16 CB-DS $44 Country Couples Variety Dancing Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 15 couples. Fees are assessed at a couples rate. This class teaches a wide variety of country dances, including the two-step, waltz, polka and swing dance. Come learn the basic movements and sharpen your dance skills in this progressive class. No class 7/4. Instructor: Mike Salerno. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314162 A Country Su 5:15-6:15pm 6/6-7/18 CB-CR1&2 $52 414162 A Country Su 5:15-6:15pm 9/12-10/17 CB-CR1&2 $52
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slow and graceful Night Club Sway (aka Night Club Two-Step) and the fast and smooth Hustle. Not to be confused with Country Two-Step, Night Club Two-Step is a slow and romantic dance that features rock steps and long glides across the dance floor. It is done to contemporary and popular ballads. Hustle is a fast and smooth slotted dance full of spins and turns. It is danced to music from current pop and hip-hop to ’70s disco music. No class 10/31, 11/28. Instructor: Mike Salerno. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314147 A nightclu Su 6:20-7:20pm 7/25-8/29 CB-cr1&2 $52 414147 A nightclu Su 6:20-7:20pm 10/24-12/12 CB-cr1&2 $52
Latin Dance Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 15 couples. Fees are assessed at a couples rate. As we turn up the heat, move your feet to the smooth Latin beat. You’ll learn all the steps, proper techniques, motions, patterns and movements to the salsa, cha-cha and more. Before you know it, you’ll be dancing with the stars and impressing your family and friends with your fancy footwork and, oh, those smooth Latin moves. No class 7/4. Instructor: Mike Salerno. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314163 A Latin Su 7:25-8:25pm 6/6-7/18 CB-cr1&2 $52 414163 A Latin Su 7:25-8:25pm 9/12-10/17 CB-cr1&2 $52
Swing Dancing Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 15 couples. Fees are assessed at a couples rate. Listen to the beat and let your feet turn up the heat! Learn the basic movements in today’s hottest dance craze. The course starts with the basic steps and progresses to moves that will impress everyone on the dance floor. Instructor: Mike Salerno. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314164 A Swing Su 6:20-7:20pm 6/6-7/18 CB-CR1&2 $52 414164 A Swing Su 6:20-7:20pm 9/12-10/17 CB-CR1&2 $52
line dancing Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 20. Unlock the mysteries of line dancing. Learn the components of basic to intermediate dances. Dance to all types of music, from country, swing, pop and Latin to oldies and R&B. This class teaches you the basic foundation of line dancing, as well as a variety of dances. No class 10/31, 11/28. Instructor: Mike Salerno. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314148 A linedan Su 5:15-6:15pm 7/25-8/29 CB-cr1&2 $26 414148 A linedan Su 5:15-6:15pm 10/24-12/12 CB-cr1&2 $26 night club dances Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 15 couples. Fees are assessed at a couples rate. Learn dances from both ends of the dance spectrum:
Ultimate Dance Party Ages: 18 and Up. Enrollment Min 20 / Max 40 couples. Fees are assessed at a couples rate. It’s time to dance! You have learned all the steps and now you and your partner want to get out for an evening. Where can you go? Come to the Community Building for the Ultimate Dance Party. For two hours, you will have the opportunity to dance two-step, waltz, East Coast Swing, West Coast Swing, salsa, cha-cha and other dances. Come dance your favorite dance to some great music. The Community Building is a smoke-free, alcohol-free environment. Come dance the night away. Pre-registration is required for this event. Instructor: Mike Salerno. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314160 A UltDance S 7-9pm 6/19 cb-cr1 $15 314160 B UltDance S 7-9pm 8/21 cb-cr1 $15 414160 A UltDance S 7-9pm 9/18 cb-cr1 $15 414160 b UltDance S 7-9pm 10/16 cb-cr1 $15 414160 c UltDance S 7-9pm 11/6 cb-cr1 $15 414160 d UltDance S 7-9pm 12/4 cb-cr1 $15
irish folk dance Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 12. This class is for all individuals who are interested in having fun and learning the popular step dance that burns calories and increases your cardio workout. No experience necessary. For everyone, even the most advanced soft-shoe expert. This is a unique, fun, easy, effective workout. No class 11/25. Instructor: Danielle Lawrence. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314130 A irish r 8:05-9pm 6/3-8/5 cb-ds $44 414130 A irish r 8:05-9pm 9/16-12/9 cb-ds $52
Wedding Dance Crash Course Ages: 18 and Up. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 20 couples. Fees are assessed at a couples rate. Do you have two left feet or have you never danced before? This class will provide a foundation in general social dancing to make your special day unforgettable. You will be introduced to the shared techniques of two or three social dances with the focus on timing and partner connection. Instructor: Mike Salerno. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314166 A wedcrash Su 2-5pm 6/6 CB-CR1&2 $30 314166 b wedcrash Su 2-5pm 7/18 CB-CR1&2 $30 314166 c wedcrash Su 2-5pm 8/29 CB-CR1&2 $30 414166 a wedcrash Su 2-5pm 10/3 CB-CR1&2 $30 414166 B wedcrash Su 2-5pm 11/14 CB-CR1&2 $30
West Coast Swing Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 15 couples. Fees are assessed at a couples rate. Known as one of the most challenging of the lead-andfollow swing dances, West Coast Swing uses a wide range of styles and tempos of music — blues, rock, hip-hop and country. It’s loads of fun! No class 10/31, 11/28. Instructor: Mike Salerno. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314165 A WestCst Su 7:25-8:25pm 7/25-8/29 CB-CR1&2 $52 414165 A WestCst Su 7:25-8:25pm 10/24-12/12 CB-CR1&2 $52
fitness Due to ever-increasing enrollment in our fitness and exercise classes, the number of participants prohibits bringing children to class, due to not only space requirements but also the distraction of children to the instructor and class participants. Mats Participants are responsible for providing their own workout mat. Your Fitness Instructor’s Qualifications All LPRD fitness instructors are required to attend ongoing workshops and in-service seminars to maintain current certification. CPR and First Aid certification are also required by our instructors. We are proud to ensure the best in a fun, safe environment. Participation in any activity does present an element of risk. LPRD recommends that participants check with a physician prior to participation in a fitness class or sports activities. Aerobics — High Intensity/Low Impact Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 75. This less-jarring method of burning fat enhances cardiovascular fitness while lessening the impact and stress on the lower legs. Benefits include fewer injuries, burning of fat as effectively as high-impact aerobics, decrease in body fat, increase in lung capacity, strengthening the heart and reducing the resting heart rate. No class 11/22, 11/24. Instructor: Vicki Lysen. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315152 A High/Low MW 5:30-6:30pm 6/2-6/28 HPRC-GY $19 415152 A High/Low MW 5:30-6:30pm 9/13-11/3 HPRC-GY $37 415152 b High/Low MW 5:30-6:30pm 11/8-12/8 HPRC-GY $19 Body Blast Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 25. Body Blast incorporates the best exercises from the weight room with upbeat, energetic music! Learn proper form and technique using weights and stability balls to tighten and tone your core (abs and back), upper body and lower body. Half of the class will focus on your midsection, and the other half, on your upper and lower body. This class can be modified for all fitness levels. Join us to shrink those ABS. Bring a mat for floor workout. No class 7/3, 11/27. Instructor: Christie Ogunnowo. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315100 A BodyBlas S 10-10:50am 6/5-7/24 CB-CR1 $21 315100 b BodyBlas S 10-10:50am 7/31-8/28 CB-CR1 $15 415100 A BodyBlas S 10-10:50am 9/18-11/6 CB-CR1 $24 415100 b BodyBlas S 10-10:50am 11/13-12/11 CB-CR1 $12 Body burn Ages: 15 and Up. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 25. Come burn away those extra calories during an hour of invigorating total body exercise! When you combine strength training with cardio and core training, your body will be lit on fire and will scorch away those unwanted pounds! Exercises can be modified for any fitness level. Feel free to bring your own mat and weights. Some activities may be performed outdoors, weather permitting. No class 11/22, 11/24. Instructor: Nicole Heck. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315120 A BodyBurn mw 5:45-6:40pm 6/2-7/22 CB-CR2 $35 315120 b BodyBurn mw 5:45-6:40pm 7/26-8/25 CB-CR2 $23 415120 A Bodyburn mw 5:45-6:40pm 9/13-11/3 CB-CR2 $37 415120 b BodyBurn mw 5:45-6:40pm 11/8-12/8 CB-CR2 $19
Cardio X-Trainer Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 40. Are you up for the challenge of a total body workout? Come join us for an intense muscle training/strengthening from head to toe, as well as an energetic and effective cardiovascular workout! Exercises can be modified to fit anyone’s fitness level. We are constantly changing what we do, so this class provides something of interest for everybody. Some activities may be performed outdoors, weather permitting. Bring your own mat for floor work. No class 11/23, 11/25. Instructor: Nicole Heck. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315122 A Cardio TR 5:35-6:30pm 6/1-7/22 HPRC-GY $37 315122 b Cardio TR 5:35-6:30pm 7/27-8/26 HPRC-GY $23 415122 A Cardio TR 5:35-6:30pm 9/14-11/4 HPRC-GY $37 415122 b Cardio TR 5:35-6:30pm 11/9-12/9 HPRC-GY $19
Circuit Training Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 20. An exciting and challenging workout! This class incorporates intervals of aerobic and anaerobic exercises with sports drills, including the jump rope, plyometrics, resistance bands and cone drills, to achieve the ultimate fat-burning workout. If you are on a weight-loss program, this is a workout for you! This class can be modified for all fitness levels. No class 11/22, 11/24. Instructor: Christie Ogunnowo. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315101 A CirTrain MW 5:30-6:25pm 6/2-7/21 DCSS $35 315101 b CirTrain MW 5:30-6:25pm 7/26-8/25 DCSS $23 415101 A CirTrain MW 5:30-6:25pm 9/13-11/3 DCSS $37 415101 b CirTrain MW 5:30-6:25pm 11/8-12/8 DCSS $19 CYCLE 101 Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 14. This class is for participants new to spinning. Cycle 101 teaches basic spin moves as well as how to adjust and set up the bikes. There will be a slow 10-minute warm-up, increasing intensity to introduce the techniques of Slow Flat Ride, Hill Ride and Sprint Rides. The beginners’ ride is slow and gentle enough for all fitness levels to be able to follow while experiencing an effective workout! No class 7/3, 11/22-11/27. Instructors: Jamie Frank/Susan Pomeroy/ Ann Bonsignore. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATe LOC FEE 315350 A Cycl(sp) Mw 7:20-8:05pm 6/2-7/21 CB-CR3 $55 315350 B Cycl(jf) T 5:45-6:30pm 6/1-7/20 CB-CR3 $40 315350 C Cycl(ab) W 6:30-7:15pm 6/2-7/21 CB-CR3 $40 315350 D Cycl(sp) f 8-8:45am 6/4-7/23 CB-CR3 $40 315350 E Cycl(Sp) mw 7:20-8:05pm 7/26-8/25 CB-CR3 $38 315350 F Cycl(jf) t 5:45-6:30pm 7/27-8/24 CB-CR3 $25 315350 G Cycl(ab) w 6:30-7:15pm 7/28-8/25 CB-CR3 $25 315350 H Cycl(sp) f 8-8:45am 7/30-8/27 CB-CR3 $25 415350 A Cycl(sp) Mw 7:20-8:05pm 9/13-11/3 CB-CR3 $60 415350 B Cycl(jf) t 5:45-6:30pm 9/14-11/2 CB-CR3 $40 415350 C Cycl w 6:30-7:15pm 9/15-11/3 CB-CR3 $40 415350 D Cycl(sp) f 8-8:45am 9/17-11/5 CB-CR3 $40 415350 F Cycl(Sp) mw 7:20-8:05am 11/8-12/8 CB-CR3 $30 415350 G Cycl(jf) t 5:45-6:30pm 11/9-12/7 CB-CR3 $20 415350 H Cycl w 6:30-7:15pm 11/10-12/8 CB-CR3 $20 415350 I Cycl(sp) f 8-8:45am 11/12-12/10 CB-CR3 $20
Dance Fitness Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 30. Get your groove on with this fast-paced dance exercise class that stresses whole-body fitness. Consists of 30 minutes of cardiovascular routines and 30 minutes of toning and stretching. Aerobic routines may be performed either at high or low impact. Follow-the-leader routines are simple for beginners to learn yet challenging enough for advanced students. A real workout! Rubber bands used for some toning exercises will be provided. No class 11/23, 11/25. Instructor: Rosie Shelton. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315250 A DanFit TR 9-10am 6/1-7/22 CB-GY $37 315250 B DanFit TR 5:30-6:30pm 6/1-7/22 DCSS $37 315250 C DAnFIt TR 9-10am 7/27-8/26 CB-GY $23 315250 D DAnFIt TR 5:30-6:30pm 7/27-8/26 DCSS $23 415250 A DAnFIt TR 9-10am 9/14-11/4 CB-GY $37 415250 B DAnFIt TR 5:30-6:30pm 9/14-11/4 DCSS $37 415250 C DAnFIt TR 9-10am 11/9-12/9 CB-GY $19 415250 D DAnFIt TR 5:30-6:30pm 11/9-12/9 DCSS $19
Cycle — Rip ’n’ Ride Ages: 15 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 14. This interval class combines cardio and strength and muscle conditioning for those who want to achieve both in a single class. This class will alternate 10 minutes of riding with 5 minutes of weights, lunges and squats throughout the 45minute class. This is an excellent way to get cardio and muscle conditioning, as well as a physical and mental exercise. No class 11/23, 11/24. Instructor: Melanie Johnson. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315351 A Rip(MJ) tr 12-12:45pm 6/1-7/22 CB-CR3 $60 315351 B Rip(MJ) tr 12-12:45pm 7/27-8/26 CB-CR3 $38 415351 A Rip(MJ) tr 12-12:45pm 9/14-11/4 CB-CR3 $60 415351 B Rip(MJ) tr 12-12:45pm 11/9-12/9 CB-CR3 $30
kickboxing Ages: 15 and Up. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 25. Backed by high-energy music, this cardio kickboxing workout incorporates kicks, punches, elbows and knees, and combinations used in martial arts and boxing together with effective athletic drills. Perfect cuing and instruction allow beginners as well as more advanced exercisers to follow the challenging combinations, burn fat, release stress and have fun! No class 11/23, 11/25. Instructor: Traci Flores. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315075 A kickbox TR 5:30-6:25pm 6/1-7/22 CB-CR1 $37 315075 B kickbox TR 5:30-6:25pm 7/27-8/26 CB-CR1 $23 415075 a kickbox TR 5:30-6:25pm 9/14-11/4 CB-CR1 $37 415075 b kickbox TR 5:30-6:30pm 11/9-12/9 CB-CR1 $19
pilates Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 20. Pilates is a modern approach to body conditioning that will keep you on the cutting edge of fitness. We will focus on core muscles such as hips, thighs and abdominals that will strengthen and tone by stretching as the body moves. Main principles include flowing motion, breathing, flexibility, precision, centering and control. This class strengthens not only your body but your mind as well. No class 7/3, 11/22, 11/24, 11/27. Instructors: Jamie Frank(JF)/ Amanda Henry(AH). CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315223 A PLTE(jf) mW 5:30-6:25pm 6/2-7/21 HPRC-BR $35 315223 B PLTE MW 6:30-7:25pm 6/2-7/21 HPRC-BR $35 315223 c PLTE(Ah) S 11-11:55am 6/5-7/24 CB-CR2 $21 315223 e PLTE(jf) MW 5:30-6:25pm 7/26-8/25 HPRC-BR $23 315223 f PLTE MW 6:30-7:25pm 7/26-8/25 HPRC-BR $23 315223 g PLTE(AH) S 11-11:55am 7/31-8/28 CB-CR2 $15 415223 A PLTE(jf) MW 5:30-6:25pm 9/13-11/3 HPRC-BR $37 415223 B PLTE MW 6:30-7:25pm 9/13-11/3 HPRC-BR $37 415223 c PLTE(AH) S 11-11:55am 9/18-11/6 cb-cr2 $24 415223 E PLTE(jf) MW 5:30-6:25pm 11/8-12/8 HPRC-BR $19 415223 F PLTE MW 6:30-7:25pm 11/8-12/8 HPRC-BR $19 415223 g PLTE(AH) S 11-11:55am 11/13-12/11 cb-cr2 $12
Cycling — Cardio Cycle Ages: 15 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max. 14. A fun, athletic, cardiovascular cycling class — the ultimate calorie killer. Start pedaling and let go as the music takes you on the ride of your life along various terrains, speeds and intensities. Go at your own pace and enjoy a group exercise session full of motivation and sweat! A freestyle indoor cycling workout, the focus of this class is a total mind and body journey. A great way to lose yourself while training at your own level. Choose your own intensity. No class 11/22, 11/24. Instructor: Ann Bonsignore. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315354 A card(ab) MW 5:40-6:25pm 6/2-7/21 CB-CR3 $56 315354 B card(ab) MW 5:40-6:25pm 7/26-8/25 CB-CR3 $38 415354 A card MW 5:40-6:25pm 9/13-11/3 CB-CR3 $60 415354 B card MW 5:40-6:25pm 11/8-12/8 CB-CR3 $30 Cycle — Power Ride Ages: 15 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 14. Our Power Ride is a class for moderate and advanced participants that offers an excellent cardiovascular workout as it targets and challenges your entire lower body. This ride includes an Endurance Ride that will metabolize fat efficiently and Race Day Rides that will include challenging mountain climbs, while the Strength Ride will promote muscular and cardiovascular development. This highly aerobic ride can cover 15-20 miles in the 45-minute class time. It is truly a fantastic cardiovascular workout! Be ready to sweat it out and burn up to 700 calories! No class 7/3, 11/25, 11/27. Instructors: Christie Ogunnowo/Tracy Williams. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE loc FEE 315352 A Pwrd(TW) r 5:30-6:15pm 6/3-7/22 CB-CR3 $40 315352 B PwRd(CO) S 9-9:45am 6/5-7/24 CB-CR3 $35 315352 c pwRd(tw) r 5:30-6:15pm 7/29-8/26 CB-CR3 $25 315352 d PwRd(CO) S 9-9:45am 7/31-8/28 CB-CR3 $25 415352 A PwRd(TW) r 5:30-6:15pm 9/16-11/4 CB-CR3 $40 415352 B PwRd(CO) S 9-9:45am 9/18-11/6 CB-CR3 $40 415352 c PwRd(tW) r 5:30-6:15pm 11/11-12/9 CB-CR3 $20 415352 d PwRd(CO) S 9-9:45am 11/13-12/11 CB-CR3 $20
PILATES, POWER LUNCH Ages: 15 and Up. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 25. A core training class that gets real results. Guided exercise linked to the breath and dynamic motion sculpt the muscles of the upper and lower body. To achieve greater strength, flexibility, balance and stability, all fitness levels are encouraged to attend. No class 11/23, 11/24. Instructor: Amanda Henry. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315225 A pilates TR 12:10-12:50pm 6/1-7/22 dcss $37 315225 B pilates TR 12:10-12:50pm 7/27-8/26 dcss $23 415225 a pilates TR 12:10-12:50pm 9/14-11/4 dcss $37 415225 b pilates TR 12:10-12:50pm 11/9-12/9 dcss $19 rusty joints Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 25. Move your body to stay healthy and upbeat. This class is for everyone who experiences joint pain, stiffness and/or limited range of motion. Susan will get you moving in a safe, supportive, supervised, fun and friendly environment. Engage in a full range of simple exercises that will increase your freedom of movement. You can sit in a chair, sit on the floor or stand during class. Come join us and leave class feeling better than when you came. This class follows all guidelines of the Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program. No class 11/23, 11/25. Instructor: Susan Pomeroy. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315340 A rustjnt TR 10:30-11:30am 6/1-7/22 dcss $37 315340 B rustjnt TR 10:30-11:30am 7/27-8/26 dcss $23 415340 a RustJnt TR 10:30-11:30am 9/14-11/4 dcss $37 415340 B rustjnt TR 10:30-11:30am 11/9-12/9 dcss $19 slimnastics Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 50. Feel good while getting slim and trim. This exercise class for men and women will concentrate on muscle toning and strengthening all muscle groups. We will focus on toning and sculpting your muscles to create a healthy, well-balanced body. Exercises are done to music, but there are no routines to learn. You will need to bring a mat for the floor work. No class 11/22, 11/24, 11/26. Instructor: Rosie Shelton. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315310 A Slimnast MWF 9-10am 6/2-7/23 CB-GY $48 315310 B Slimnast MWF 9-10am 7/26-8/27 CB-GY $30 415310 a Slimnast MWF 9-10am 9/13-11/5 CB-GY $50 415310 B Slimnast MWF 9-10am 11/8-12/10 CB-GY $25
Strength Training Workshop Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 10. Learn how to strengthen all your major muscles safely and effectively using a variety of equipment, including universal machines, free weights, and resistance tubing and bands in a nonthreatening setting. We’ll cover effective program design for continuous progress, injury-prevention techniques, instruction for a variety of equipment and information regarding the benefits of strength training. No class 11/23, 11/25. Instructor: Allison Fischer. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315331 A Stw(Af) TR 5:45-6:40pm 6/1-7/22 HPRC-HR $37 315331 B Stw(af) TR 5:45-6:40pm 7/27-8/26 HPRC-HR $23 415331 A Stw TR 5:45-6:40pm 9/14-11/4 HPRC-HR $37 415331 B Stw TR 5:45-6:40pm 11/9-12/9 HPRC-HR $19 yoga Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 25. Get comfortable and stretch out your stiff muscles. Learn to correctly align your spine through slow progressive traction. While using the full capacity of your lungs through correct breathing, you will completely oxygenate your body and brain, improving blood circulation and your sense of well-being. Bring a blanket or exercise mat. See the Life-Long Recreation section for additional sections designed for those 60+. Instructors: Melissa Mitchell(MM)/ Sarah Pike(SP). CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315271 a Yoga(SP) W 7-8:15pm 6/2-7/21 SPRC-FR $42 315271 b yoga(MM) r 6-7:15PM 6/3-7/22 sprc-fr $42 415271 a YOGA(SP) W 7-8:15PM 9/15-11/3 SPRC-FR $42 415271 b Yoga(MM) R 6-7:15PM 9/16-11/4 SPRC-FR $42 415271 c Yoga(SP) W 7-8:15pm 11/10-12/8 SPRC-FR $21 415271 d Yoga(MM) R 6-7:15PM 11/11-12/9 SPRC-FR $21
yogilates Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 25. The best of both worlds — the core strengthening of Pilates combined with the flexibility and relaxation of yoga flow. Focus on coordination, increased range of motion and balance for a complete workout. No class 7/3, 11/22, 11/24, 11/26. Instructors: Ann Bonsignore(AB)/Dhyana Coil (DC). CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315121 A Ygts(ab) tr 5:30-6:25pm 6/1-7/22 CB-CR2 $37 315121 B YGts(dc) S 8-8:55am 6/5-7/24 CB-CR2 $21 315121 C Ygts(ab) TR 5:30-6:25pm 7/27-8/26 CB-CR2 $23 315121 D Ygts(dc) S 8-8:55am 7/31-8/28 CB-CR2 $15 415121 A Ygts tr 5:30-6:25pm 9/14-11/4 CB-CR2 $37 415121 B YGts(dc) S 8-8:55am 9/18-11/6 CB-CR2 $24 415121 C Ygts TR 5:30-6:25pm 11/9-12/9 CB-CR2 $19 415121 D Ygts(dc) S 8-8:55am 11/13-12/11 CB-CR2 $12
Municipal Recycling Drop-Off
Brandon Woods 1501 Inverness Drive
Checkers 23rd & Louisiana Street
Dillons Store 6th & Wakarusa Drive
Douglas County Bank 9th & Kentucky Street
15th & Kasold Drive
Hillcrest Shopping Center
Newspaper, Newspaper Inserts
9th & Centennial Drive
Hobby Lobby 1801 W. 23rd Street
Corrugated Cardboard, Paper Grocery Sacks
Hy-Vee Clinton Pkwy & Kasold Drive
MIXED PAPER Grey Bin
6th & Monterey Way
Junk Mail, Chip Board, Magazines
740 N. 2nd Street
Waste Reduction & Recycling Division â€˘ 832-3030
Westlake Ace Hardware
www.LawrenceRecycles.org Note: Please NO plastic sacks, bottles, cans, twine, or debris in any of the bins.
6th & Kasold Drive
LAWRENCE HAS A LOT TO OFFER… LET’S KEEP IT THAT WAY!
The Solid Waste Division provides comprehensive solid waste services for residents, businesses, and industry. Services include collection, disposal, recycling, and technical assistance.
BULKY ITEMS & AUTOMOBILE TIRES Call the Solid Waste Division at 832-3032 to schedule free separate collection for bulky items (hide-a-beds, washers, dryers, etc.) and tires. Five tires per household per year accepted.
YARD TRIMMINGS (GRASS, LEAVES) Monday is the citywide collection day for grass, leaves and small woody debris. Materials should be set out in cans, carts, or compostable paper bags by 6:00 a.m. where you regularly place your trash. Yard trimmings are transported to the City’s Wood Recovery and Compost Facility where they are processed. Finished compost is used in city landscaping projects and distributed back to the community.
RECYCLING DROP BOXES In 2009, Lawrence residents and businesses diverted from the landfill nearly 2,200 tons of cardboard, newspaper and mixed paper, primarily by utilizing municipal recycling drop boxes. Find your nearest location by visiting www.LawrenceRecycles.org.
BUSINESS RECYCLING SERVICES The Waste Reduction & Recycling Division provides recycling services to Lawrence businesses for cardboard and office waste paper. Call 832-3030 for details.
HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL
The Household Hazardous Waste Program accepts hazardous waste from Douglas County households throughout the year. Call the Waste Reduction and Recycling Division at 832-3030 to schedule your drop-off appointment for unwanted paint, pesticides, fuel, oil, cleaners, chemicals, mercury thermometers, fluorescent bulbs and batteries. There is no fee to Douglas County households. Safe, affordable disposal options are available to Douglas County businesses who generate small amounts of hazardous waste. This fee-based, voluntary program provides hazardous waste disposal options for Kansas Small Quantity Generators. Call 832-3030 for program details.
CONTAINER RENTALS Containers are available for both residential and commercial use. Call 832-3032.
Residential Reduce litter and collection efficiency by using clean, durable wheeled carts with lids. Ninety (90) gallon capacity for $2.00/month.
Commercial Faced with remodeling? Roofing? Large clean-ups? Roll-off containers available in various sizes to suit your needs.
Solid Waste Division 832-3032 Waste Reduction and Recycling Division 832-3030
Natural Areas/Future Parks
Future Recreational Paths
Future Bike Lanes & Routes
Existing Bike Lanes & Routes
15. “Dad” Perry Park 16. Deerfield Park 17. Deerfield Park Skate Park 18. DeVictor Park 19. Eagle Bend Golf Course and Learning Center 20. East Lawrence Recreation Center 21. Edgewood Park 22. Folks Road Park Thomas-Hunter Walking Trails 23. Green Meadows Park 24. HAND Park 25. Haskell Rail Trail 26. Hobbs Park/Municipal Stadium
Always wear a proper fitting helmet approved by ANSI, SNELL or ASTM, and wear it forward over your forehead Have a light on the front and a light or reflector on the rear of your bicycle and reflectorized pedals as required by Kansas law. Always turn the lights on at dusk or when riding through rain, snow or fog Keep two feet from curb or edge of roadway and ride in a straight line, never more than two abreast, as required by Kansas law. If you want to be safe in traffic, you have to act like a motor vehicle driver. Observe and obey all stop signs, traffic signs and signals – the same as required of motor vehicles by Kansas law. Always ride carefully and stay alert. Give hand signals at any location when changing the direction of the bicycle, and always dismount at the curb or far right side, as required by Kansas law. Be predictable. Always give pedestrians the right of way. Never ride on the sidewalks in business districts. Avoid using sidewalks, otherwise use extra care. Never carry more riders than what the bicycle is designed for, and never carry items that obstruct vision or prevent proper control of the bicycle.
Kansas Bike Safety Code
1. 19th & Haskell Park 2. Broken Arrow Park 3. Brook Creek Park 4. Burcham Park 5. Carl Knox Natatorium 6. Centennial Park 7. Centennial Park Disc Golf Course 8. Centennial Park Skate Park 9. Chaparral Playlot 10. Clinton Lake Outlet Park 11. Clinton Lake Softball Complex 12. Clinton Park 13. Community Building 14. Constant Park
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41. Memorial Park Cemetery 42. Murphy-Bromelsick House 43. “Mutt Run” Off-Leash Dog Park 44. Naismith Valley Park 45. Oak Hill Cemetery 46. Oregon Trail Park 47. Outdoor Aquatic Center 48. Park Hills Parks 49. Parnell Park 50. Pat Dawson-Billings Nature Area 51. Peterson Road Park 52. Prairie Park 53. Prairie Park Nature Center 54. Quail Run Park
Never attach yourself or the bicycle to any moving vehicle or attempt fancy or trick riding or any sort of game playing on any street. Never take both hands off the handlebars at the same time. All bicycle riders must stop before coming out of private driveways, alleys, or filling stations the same as required of motor vehicles by Kansas law. Pay attention and ride defensively. Be sure your breaks are operating efficiently and that your bicycle is in perfect running condition by frequently checking all parts. Never ride upon anything other than the permanently attached seat the bicycle was designed for, as required by Kansas law. Never weave in and out of traffic or swerve from side to side. Never make a sudden turn or U-turn without carefully looking first. Ride with the flow of traffic.
Travel on the right side of the path. Pass on the left. Announce you are passing by saying, “On your left.” Slow down in traffic. Bicyclists yield to pedestrians. Keep dogs on leash and away from others.
Path Use Tips
27. Holcom Park 28. Holcom Park Recreation Center 29. Holcom Sports Complex 30. Indoor Aquatic Center 31. Japanese Friendship Garden 32. John Taylor Park 33. KANZA Southwind Nature Preserve 34. Lawrence Tennis Center 35. Ludlam Park 36. Lyons Park 37. Maple Hill Cemetery 38. Martin Park 39. Mary’s Lake 40. McGrew Nature Preserve Future Park (Undeveloped) Future Park (Undeveloped) Future Park (Undeveloped) Future Park (Undeveloped)
Horses are prohibited. Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Speed limit is 15 mph.
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70. Watson Park 71. Woody Park 72. Youth Sports, Inc.
Bikes may not be ridden on any sidewalk within a business district or within 100 feet of a store, place of business or place of assembly. Bikes shall not be parked on the street or in alleys in a manner that obstructs or endangers pedestrians or vehicle traffic. Lawrence residents are encouraged to license their bicycles with the Police Department, 111 E. 11th St., 841-7210.
Walk to the right on recreational paths and be aware of faster moving traffic. Be visible. Wear light-colored or reflective clothing, especially in dim conditions or at night. Be alert at intersections. Always look both ways before crossing the street and use crosswalks. If you must walk in the street, face oncoming traffic.
Pedestrian Safety Tips
Lawrence Bike Regulations
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55. Quary Park 56. Riverfront Park 57. Riverfront Park Disc Golf Course 58. Riverfront Park Dog Park 59. Robinson Park 60. Rotary Arboretum 61. Sesquicentennial Point 62. South Park 63. South Park Recreation Center 64. South Park Wading Pool 65. Stonegate Park 66. Union Pacific Depot 67. Veterans Park 68. Walnut Park 69. Water Tower Park
Events hosted by the City of Lawrence Waste Reduction and Recycling Division. Lawrence Earth Day Parade & Celebration
Lawrence Electronic Recycling Event
Saturday, April 17, 2010
Saturday, May 15, 2010
The Parade starts at 11:00 a.m. The Celebration at South Park from 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. • • • •
Exhibit, Live Music, Food, Children’s Activities, and a South Park Tree ID Tour. Featuring April Showers to Water Towers: A Water Festival for Douglas County. Free rides on the T all day Saturday, April 17th. Admission is free!
Lawrence Energy Conservation Fair Saturday, September 11, 2010 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Lawrence Community Building, 115 W 11th St. • • • •
9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Free State High School, 4700 Overland Drive
Learn how to save energy, money and the environment. Exhibits, Alternative Fuel Vehicles, Workshops and Children’s Activities. Featuring the Sustainable Homes Tour. Admission is free!
Items accepted include: Computer Monitors*, Desktops, Printers, Copiers, Scanners, Fax Machines, Televisions*, Telephones and other Hand Held Devices. *Recycling fee (cash or check only): $10 per computer monitor, $15 per television, no charge for other electronics. Electronic Recycling will be provided by Extreme Recycling, Inc.
Lawrence Fall Compost Sale Thursday, September 23, 2010 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Friday, September 24, 2010 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Saturday, September 25, 2010 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (may close early if supply is depleted) Location: 1420 E 11th Street (east of 11th & Haskell Ave over the railroad tracks)
• $10 per truckload (more for larger trucks or trailers) and free for all self-loaders. Cash only. • Not intended for commercial applications, but rather for the citizens of Lawrence. Dump truck quantities not allowed. No ladder racks.
ATTENTION HOMEOWNERS Emergency and Furnace Loan Programs
The Community Development Division of the Planning and Development Services Department of the City of Lawrence has funds available for emergency housing repairs. These emergency loans can provide up to $5,000 for emergency repairs or furnace replacement. Eligible improvements include plumbing repairs, roof replacement, electrical repairs, foundation repairs and furnace replacement. These loans are payable when the participant is no longer the owner-occupant of the property. Basic eligibility requirements are that the recipient must be an owner-occupant of the property for a minimum of one year prior to application, the property must contain only one or two dwelling units, and the property must be located within the city limits of Lawrence. Gross family income from all sources cannot exceed the following: Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 plus
Gross Annual Family Income $38,350 $43,850 $49,300 $54,800 $59,200 $63,550 $67,950 $72,350
Additional information and application forms may be obtained from Development Services, 1 Riverfront Plaza, Level One, Suite 110, or by contacting Tony Hoch or Jessica Roberts at (785) 832-7700. Or on the web at http://www.lawrenceks.org/pds/
Planning & Development Services www.lawrenceks.org
FAQ About Your Drinking Water
the inside of pipes and flake off. Although not a health hazard, it can be a nuisance by clogging inlet screens to washing machines, shower heads, and faucet aerators. This can also be caused by a defective dip tube in the water heater, which requires a plumber. standards for water quality. Occasional changes to Lawrence’s source water may have an effect on the smell/taste/appearance of your drinking water. These aesthetic changes do not affect the safety of your drinking water.
Why does my water sometimes have a chlorine taste or smell? State and federal laws require very small amounts of chlorine to be added to your water as a disinfectant to protect you from diseasecausing germs. If you are bothered by the chlorine taste, keep an open pitcher of tap water in the refrigerator; the chlorine will dissipate rapidly if the water is allowed to sit. Water run first thing in the morning may also have a chlorine smell.
Where does my water come from? Our drinking water sources are the Kansas River and the Clinton Reservoir. A small amount of water is also pumped from alluvial wells. Where your water comes from at any given time depends on where in town you live, the current demand for water, and operational circumstances. How much water does each person use per day? The US average is nearly 50 gallons used per person per day. Toilet flushing is the largest single use of water in a home. Most toilets use 4-6 gallons of water per flush. Low flow toilets use less. What causes taste or odor changes in my tap water? Because of water’s different sources and the different ways in which water is treated, its characteristics vary from place to place. The City of Lawrence’s water system meets all EPA
My water isn’t clear, is discolored, or abnormal in appearance. Why? There are many possible answers to this question, depending on the coloration. The following describe some possible appearances and the causes: • White or milky appearance: Most likely this is extra air and it will dissipate with time. Fill a clear glass with water and let it stand for 5-10 minutes. • Black particles or specks: May be granular activated carbon from your water filter. May also be black rubber from the inside of a flexible hose in your home or building. Replace with a newer style that is resistant to water disinfection. • Brown, Red, Orange or Yellow: This is probably rust which can occur from the inside of iron pipes when abnormal flows occur (due to water main breaks, maintenance, and hydrant flushing). The City of Lawrence adds phosphate to the water to help coat the iron pipes to reduce rust build-up. Old rusty pipes in your home can also be a contributor. • White or tan particles or specks: This may be pipe scale, which are minerals that coat
Why does Lawrence flush water mains and how might that affect me? Flushing cleans out our water pipes by removing rust or sediment that build up and settle on the inside of our water mains. These minerals are harmless, but as water demand increases in summer, these minerals become loose and end up in your water supply. Although beneficial, flushing can create some problems for customers in the area. If you are using water during that time, you may get some dirty appearing water. Is my drinking water safe? The City of Lawrence fully complies with the Safe Drinking Water Act. The city treats all of its water in order to meet state and federal requirements for public drinking water. Water is treated for corrosion control, disinfection, and removal of volatile organic chemicals. The Department regularly tests its water to verify quality and treatment effectiveness. Federal and state law requires that water suppliers provide their customers with an annual water quality report (sometimes called a consumer confidence report). The most recent water quality report is located at www.lawrenceks.org/utilities or can be requested by calling 785-832-7800. How will I know if my water is not safe to drink? Water suppliers are required to notify customers by newspaper, mail, radio, TV, or hand-delivery if your water does not meet EPA or state standards or if there is a water borne disease emergency. The notice will describe any precautions you need to take, such as boiling your water. The city also works closely with the Lawrence Douglas County Health Department for assistance if needed. These steps have not been necessary in the City of Lawrence for some time. Why does our water have fluoride? Fluoride is added to the water to protect teeth. According to the American Dental Association, people who drink fluoridated water have a 40-50% less cavities than without fluoride. Some home filtration devices remove fluoride from water and bottled water may or may not contain fluoride.
Zumba Interval Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 25. Move, sweat, laugh and groove — what do you have to lose! Zumba Interval combines high-energy and motivating music with unique dance moves and combinations that improve coordination, increase cardio strength and enhance flexibility. Utilizing the principles of fitness intervals, resistance and strength training for an all-over body workout. No class 7/3, 11/27. Instructor: Fran Hopkins. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315001 a ZInt S 9-9:50am 6/5-7/24 CB-CR2 $21 315001 B ZInt S 9-9:50am 7/31-8/28 CB-CR2 $15 415001 A ZInt S 9-9:50am 9/18-11/6 CB-CR2 $24 415001 B ZInt S 9-9:50am 11/13-12/11 CB-CR2 $12 Zumba, Power Lunch Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 25. Jazz up your lunch by adding Zumba into your schedule. Burn fat and get energized during your lunch hour. The routines feature aerobics/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. This is a unique, fun, easy and effective workout. Locker facilities available. Bring a friend and let’s do lunch. No class 11/22,11/24, 11/26. Instructors: Amy Ash(AA)/Traci Flores(TF). CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315004 A PwrZ(TF) MWF 12:10-12:50pm 6/2-7/23 CB-GYM $48 315004 B PwrZ(TF) MWF 12:10-12:50pm 7/26-8/27 CB-GYM $30 415004 A PwrZ(AA) MWF 12:10-12:50pm 9/13-11/5 CB-GYM $50 415004 B PwrZ(AA) MWF 12:10-12:50pm 11/8-12/10 CB-GYM $25
PARENT/TOT TUMBLING Enrollment Min 4 / Max 10 (one parent per child required). CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE 316103 A Par/Tot F 6:30-7:15pm 6/4-7/23 316103 B Par/Tot S 11:30am-12:15pm 6/5-7/31 416103 A Par/Tot W 9:30-10:15am 9/15-12/8 416103 B Par/Tot F 6:30-7:15pm 9/17-12/10 416103 C Par/Tot S 11:30am-12:15pm 9/18-12/11
LOC FEE ELRC-MPR $42 ELRC-MPR $42 ELRC-MPR $63 ELRC-MPR $63 ELCR-MPR $63
TUMBLING Enrollment Min 4 / Max 12 (MWF daytime classes Max of 6). CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316104 A Tum(3yr) T 5:30-6:15pm 6/1-7/20 ELRC-MPR $42 316104 B Tum(3yr) W 6:30-7:15pm 6/2-7/21 ELRC-MPR $42 316104 C Tum(3yr) R 4:30-5:15pm 6/3-7/22 ELRC-MPR $42 316104 D Tum(3yr) S 10:30-11:15am 6/5-7/31 ELRC-MPR $42 316104 E Tum(3yr) MTWR 10:30-11:15am 6/28-7/8 ELRC-MPR $42 316104 F Tum(3yr) MTWR 11:30am-12:15pm 7/19-7/29 ELRC-MPR $42 416104 A Tum(3yr) M 9:30-10:15am 9/13-12/6 ELCR-MPR $63 416104 B Tum(3yr) M 4:30-5:15pm 9/13-12/6 ELRC-MPR $63 416104 C Tum(3yr) T 5:30-6:15pm 9/14-12/7 ELRC-MPR $63 416104 D Tum(3yr) W 10:30-11:15am 9/15-12/8 ELRC-MPR $63 416104 E Tum(3yr) W 6:30-7:15pm 9/15-12/8 ELRC-MPR $63 416104 F Tum(3yr) F 9:30-10:15am 9/17-12/10 ELRC-MPR $63 416104 G Tum(3yr) S 10:30-11:15am 9/18-12/11 ELRC-MPR $63 316105 A T(4-5yr) M 5:30-6:25pm 6/7-7/26 ELRC-MPR $42 316105 B T(4-5yr) T 4:30-5:25pm 6/1-7/20 ELRC-MPR $42 316105 C T(4-5yr) R 6:30-7:25pm 6/3-7/22 ELRC-MPR $42 316105 D T(4-5yr) F 5:30-6:25pm 6/4-7/23 ELRC-MPR $42 316105 E T(4-5yr) S 9:30-10:25am 6/5-7/31 ELRC-MPR $42 316105 F T(4-5yr) MTWR 11:30am-12:25pm 6/28-7/8 ELRC-MPR $42 316105 G t(4-5yr) MTWR 10:30-11:25am 7/19-7/29 ELRC-MPR $42 416105 A T(4-5yr) M 10:30-11:25am 9/13-12/6 ELRC-MPR $63 416105 B T(4-5yr) M 5:30-6:25pm 9/13-12/6 ELRC-MPR $63 416105 C T(4-5yr) T 4:30-5:25pm 9/14-12/7 ELRC-MPR $63 416105 D T(4-5yr) W 5:30-6:25pm 9/15-12/8 ELRC-MPR $63 416105 E T(4-5yr) R 6:30-7:25pm 9/16-12/9 ELRC-MPR $63 416105 F T(4-5yr) F 10:30-11:25am 9/17-12/10 ELRC-MPR $63 416105 G T(4-5yr) F 5:30-6:25pm 9/17-12/10 ELRC-MPR $63 416105 H T(4-5yr) S 9:30-10:25am 9/18-12/11 ELRC-MPR $63
Deadline for ALL enrollment is one week prior to the start of class. Parks and Recreation offers a comprehensive gymnastics program to guide children in their gymnastic skill development, as well as to increase self-esteem, independence and character, while having fun and unique experiences in a healthy atmosphere. Classes offered include tumbling
for boys and girls and a wide-ranging gymnastics program at several age levels. All classes are held at the East Lawrence Recreation Center, 1245 E. 15th St. The instructional staff members are very qualified and meet standards of USA Gymnastics and LPRD guidelines. Program director: Jo Ellis, 832-7930. No class 7/3, 11/23, 11/24, 11/25, 11/26, 11/27, 11/28.
Zumba Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 25. Zumba is rapidly becoming the next fitness sensation! Zumba aerobics incorporate salsa, belly dance, West African and other world dance moves in a FUN, party-like exercise format. You don’t have to know how to dance to do Zumba. The easy-to-follow routines feature aerobics/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. No class 7/3, 11/22-11/27. Instructors: Amanda Henry(AH)/Susan Pomeroy(SP)/Susan King(SK)/Pat Middaugh(PM)/Traci Flores(TF)/ Christie Ogunnowo(CO). CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 315000 A Zmba(AH) M 5:30-6:25pm 6/7-7/19 CB-CR1 $21 315000 B Zmba(sp) Tr 5:30-6:25pm 6/1-7/22 FUMC $37 315000 C Zmba(SK) W 5:30-6:25pm 6/2-7/21 CB-CR1 $24 315000 D Zmba(tf) R 6:30-7:25pm 6/3-7/22 cb-cr1 $24 315000 E Zmba(sp) F 5:30-6:25pm 6/4-7/23 CB-CR1 $24 315000 F Zmba(CO) S 11-11:50am 6/5-7/24 CB-CR1 $21 315000 G Zmba(ah) M 5:30-6:25pm 7/26-8/23 CB-CR1 $15 315000 H Zmba(sp) Tr 5:30-6:25pm 7/27-8/26 FUMC $23 315000 I Zmba(SK) W 5:30-6:25pm 7/28-8/25 CB-CR1 $15 315000 J Zmba(tf) R 6:30-7:25pm 7/29-8/26 cb-cr1 $15 315000 K Zmba(sp) F 5:30-6:25pm 7/30-8/27 CB-CR1 $15 315000 L Zmba(co) S 11-11:50am 7/31-8/28 CB-CR1 $15 415000 A Zmba(ah) M 5:30-6:25pm 9/13-11/1 CB-CR1 $24 415000 B Zmba(pm) tr 10-11am 9/14-11/4 hprc-gym $37 415000 c Zmba(sp) Tr 5:30-6:25pm 9/14-11/4 FUMC $37 415000 d Zmba(sk) W 5:30-6:25pm 9/15-11/3 CB-CR1 $24 415000 e Zmba(tf) R 6:30-7:25pm 9/16-11/4 cb-cr1 $24 415000 f Zmba(sp) F 5:30-6:25pm 9/17-11/5 CB-CR1 $24 415000 g Zmba(CO) S 11-11:50am 9/18-11/6 CB-CR1 $24 415000 h Zmba(Ah) M 5:30-6:25pm 11/8-12/6 CB-CR1 $12 415000 i Zmba(pm) tr 10-11am 11/9-12/9 hprc-gym $19 415000 j Zmba(sp) Tr 5:30-6:25pm 11/9-12/9 FUMC $19 415000 k Zmba(SK) W 5:30-6:25pm 11/10-12/8 CB-CR1 $12 415000 l Zmba(tf) R 6:30-7:25pm 11/11-12/9 cb-cr1 $12 415000 m Zmba(cb) F 5:30-6:25pm 11/12-12/10 CB-CR1 $12 415000 n Zmba(CO) S 11-11:50am 11/13-12/11 CB-CR1 $12
national Gymnastics day September 18 at East Lawrence Recreation Center. Mark your calendars now! Join the LPRD gymnastics staff from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. for food, games, moonwalk, demonstrations, door prizes and lots of fun.
g-force power tumbling/cheerleading Lawrence Parks and Recreation has teamed up with G-Force to offer recreational power tumbling/cheerleading classes, along with competitive cheerleading and power tumbling teams for youth and adults. This progressive program will keep your child challenged and motivated. G-Force is not an air-conditioned facility. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 12. Ratios 1-6 unless otherwise noted. No classes the week of November 22-27. TUMBLING & TRAMPOLINE CLASSES
All “T&T” classes will include skill instruction on floor, trampoline and double mini trampoline. Each class level follows a curriculum that will teach athletes progressively to the next ability level.
BEGINNING BOYS & GIRLS GYMNASTICS — LEVEL 1 Enrollment Min 4 / Max 6 (Boys) / Max 12 (Girls). CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE 316202 A BegGirls M 6:30-7:25pm 6/7-7/26 316202 B BegGirls W 5:30-6:25pm 6/2-7/21 316202 C BegGirls R 5:30-6:25pm 6/3-7/22 416202 A BegGirls M 6:30-7:25pm 9/13-12/6 416202 B BegGirls T 5:30-6:25pm 9/14-12/7 416202 C BegGirls W 4:30-5:25pm 9/15-12/8 416202 D BegGirls R 5:30-6:25pm 9/16-12/9 316206 A BegBoys T 6:30-7:25pm 6/1-7/20 316206 B BegBoys R 5:30-6:25pm 6/3-7/22 416206 A BegBoys T 6:30-7:25pm 9/14-12/7 416206 B BegBoys R 5:30-6:25pm 9/16-12/9
LOC FEE ELRC-MPR $42 ELRC-MPR $42 ELRC-MPR $42 ELRC-MPR $63 ELRC-MPR $63 ELRC-MPR $63 ELRC-MPR $63 ELRC-MPR $42 ELRC-MPR $42 ELRC-MPR $63 ELRC-MPR $63
GIRLS GYMNASTICS — LEVEL 2 Enrollment Min 4 / Max 14. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE 316401 A Lev2Girl MW 5-6:25pm 6/2-7/26 316401 B Lev2Girl TR 4:30-5:55pm 6/1-7/22 416401 A Lev2Girl MW 5-6:25pm 9/13-12/8 416401 B Lev2Girl TR 4:30-5:55pm 9/14-12/9
LOC FEE ELRC-MPR $80 ELRC-MPR $80 ELRC-MPR $120 ELRC-MPR $120
GIRLS GYMNASTICS — LEVEL 3 Enrollment Min 4 / Max 14. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE 316402 A Lev3Girl TR 6:30-7:55pm 6/1-7/22 416402 A Lev3Girl TR 6:30-7:55pm 9/14-12/9
LOC FEE ELRC-MPR $80 ELRC-MPR $120
GIRLS GYMNASTICS — LEVEL 4 Enrollment Min 4 / Max 14. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316403 A Lev4Girl MW 6:30-7:55pm 6/2-7/26 ELRC-MPR $80 416403 A Lev4Girl MW 6:30-7:55pm 9/13-12/8 ELRC-MPR $120 HOT SHOTS This class provides a more advanced curriculum than in our preschool program. Permission from the program director is required prior to enrollment. Call 832-7930 for dates and times or for more information.
Gymnastics Birthday Bash Join LPRD’s qualified gymnastics staff for a fun-filled, one-hour birthday party! Sixty minutes of supervised instruction in our gymnastics facility and a private party room for 30 minutes. Depending on the age, activities will include a group warm-up to music, an obstacle course, uneven bars, balance beam, trampoline, parachute games and other activities, and birthday fun! You provide decorations and food. Each birthday child will receive a T-shirt. Please schedule two weeks in advance. For more information, please call (785) 832-7930.
T&T, Advanced n Ages: 8 and Up. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 12. Advanced students will be taught how to connect back handsprings and learn back and front flips on floor. On trampoline they will learn how to combine jumps, drops and flips into a routine. They will also begin to learn different kind of flips such as layouts and twisting flips on trampoline. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316425 A Advanc W 4:30-5:55pm 6/9-7/28 GForce $68 316425 B Advanc R 4:30-5:55pm 6/10-7/29 GForce $68 316425 C Advanc W 4:30-5:55pm 8/4-8/25 GForce $34 416425 D Advanc R 4:30-5:55pm 8/5-8/26 GForce $34 416425 A Advanc W 4:30-5:55pm 9/15-11/3 GForce $76 416425 B Advanc R 4:30-5:55pm 9/16-11/4 GForce $76 416425 C Advanc W 4:30-5:55pm 11/10-12/15 GForce $57 416425 D Advanc R 4:30-5:55pm 11/11-12/16 GForce $57 T&T, Beginning n Ages: 4-6 / 5-8. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 12. This class teaches the importance of a great handstand, cartwheel, bridge and round-off. They will also learn how to connect skills into a series. On trampolines they will learn more advanced drops, such as belly and back, as well as learning how to put skills together to make a routine. We also begin to focus on progression and how one strong skill prepares them to learn the next. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316412 A T&T(5-8) M 4:30-5:25pm 6/7-7/26 GForce $52 316412 B T&T(4-6) T 5:30-6:25pm 6/8-7/27 GForce $52 316412 C T&T(5-8) W 6:30-7:25pm 6/9-7/28 GForce $52 316412 D T&T(5-8) M 4:30-5:25pm 8/2-8/23 GForce $26 316412 E T&T(4-6) T 5:30-6:25pm 8/3-8/24 GForce $26 316412 F T&T(5-8) W 6:30-7:25pm 8/4-8/25 GForce $26 416412 A T&T(5-8) M 4:30-5:25pm 9/13-11/1 GForce $60 416412 B T&T(4-6) T 5:30-6:25pm 9/14-11/2 GForce $60 416412 C T&T(5-8) W 6:30-7:25pm 9/15-11/3 GForce $60 416412 D T&T(5-8) M 4:30-5:25pm 11/8-12/13 GForce $45 416412 E T&T(4-6) T 5:30-6:25pm 11/9-12/14 GForce $45 416412 F T&T(5-8) W 6:30-7:25pm 11/10-12/15 GForce $45 T&T, Intermediate n Ages: 6-9 / 8-12. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 12. Athletes will finish up technique on round-offs, master bridge kick-overs, and learn front and back handsprings. They will also begin to learn flipping skills on trampoline, such as front and back flips. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316413 A In(8-12) M 4:30-5:25pm 6/7-7/26 GForce $52 316413 B In(6-9) T 6:30-7:25pm 6/8-7/27 GForce $52 316413 C In(8-12) M 4:30-5:25pm 8/2-8/23 GForce $26 316413 D In(6-9) T 6:30-7:25pm 8/3-8/24 GForce $26 416413 A in(8-12) M 4:30-5:25pm 9/13-11/1 GForce $60 416413 B In(6-9) T 6:30-7:25pm 9/14-11/2 GForce $60 416413 C In(8-12) M 4:30-5:25pm 11/8-12/13 GForce $45 416413 D In(6-9) T 6:30-7:25pm 11/9-12/14 GForce $45
Trampoline n Ages: 7-12. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 12. This class offers trampoline skills only. It is great for those who just want to learn skills and safety, as well as those who enjoy trampoline in their class and want to learn more! It is for the beginner and intermediate athlete. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316414 A Trampo M 4:30-5:25pm 6/7-7/26 GForce $52 316414 B Trampo W 7:30-8:25pm 6/9-7/28 GForce $52 316414 C Trampo M 4:30-5:25pm 8/2-8/23 GForce $26 316414 D Trampo W 7:30-8:25pm 8/4-8/25 GForce $26 416414 A Trampo M 4:30-5:25pm 9/13-11/1 GForce $60 416414 B Trampo W 7:30-8:25pm 9/15-11/3 GForce $60 416414 C Trampo M 4:30-5:25pm 11/8-12/13 GForce $45 416414 D Trampo W 7:30-8:25pm 11/10-12/15 GForce $45 Tumbling Classes These classes will focus only on floor skills. Students may use the trampolines to aid in learning skills; however, they will not learn trampolinespecific skills. Those enrolling in these classes should meet the requirements and have a general knowledge of beginner and intermediate level floor skills. Tumbling 1 n Ages: 8-12 / 12-18. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 12. Students will begin learning front and back handsprings both from a standing position and after a round-off. Requirement: Round-off and assisted back handspring. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316415 A T(8-12) T 4:30-5:25pm 6/8-7/27 GForce $52 316415 B T(12-18) T 6-7:25pm 6/8-7/27 GForce $68 316415 C T(12-18) R 4:30-5:55pm 6/10-7/29 GForce $68 316415 D T(8-12) T 4:30-5:25pm 8/3-8/24 GForce $26 316415 E T(12-18) T 6-7:25pm 8/3-8/24 GForce $34 316415 F T(12-18) R 4:30-5:55pm 8/5-8/26 GForce $34 416415 A T(8-12) T 4:30-5:25pm 9/14-11/2 GForce $60 416415 B T(12-18) T 6-7:25pm 9/14-11/2 GForce $76 416415 C T(12-18) R 4:30-5:55pm 9/16-11/4 GForce $76 416415 D T(8-12) T 4:30-5:25pm 11/9-12/14 GForce $45 416415 E T(12-18) T 6-7:25pm 11/9-12/14 GForce $57 416415 F T(12-18) R 4:30-5:55pm 11/11-12/16 GForce $57
Tumbling 2 n Ages: 8-12 / 12-18. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 12. This class teaches running series tumbling and running round-off back handspring back tuck. They will finish learning standing back handsprings and begin learning standing back tucks. Requirement: unassisted round-off back handspring. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316416 A b(12-18) T 7:30-8:55pm 6/8-7/27 GForce $68 316416 B b(8-12) W 4:30-5:25pm 6/9-7/28 GForce $52 316416 C b(12-18) R 6-7:25pm 6/10-7/29 GForce $68 316416 D b(12-18) T 7:30-8:55pm 8/3-8/24 GForce $34 316416 E b(8-12) W 4:30-5:25pm 8/4-8/25 GForce $26 316416 F b(12-18) R 6-7:25pm 8/5-8/26 GForce $34 416416 A b(12-18) T 7:30-8:55pm 9/14-11/2 GForce $76 416416 B b(8-12) W 4:30-5:25pm 9/15-11/3 GForce $60 416416 C b(12-18) R 6-7:25pm 9/16-11/4 GForce $76 416416 D b(12-18) T 7:30-8:55pm 11/9-12/14 GForce $57 416416 E b(8-12) W 4:30-5:25pm 11/10-12/15 GForce $45 416416 F b(12-18) R 6-7:25pm 11/11-12/16 GForce $57
T&T, Pre-School n Ages: 3-4. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 12. This is an introduction to skills, as well as an introduction to social interaction and class structure. We focus on following directions and socialization while we teach body control, coordination and fundamental tumbling skills. Skills include rolls, cartwheels and basic jumping technique on the trampolines, like straddle and turning skills, and beginning seat and doggy drops. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316411 A Presch M 5:30-6:15pm 6/7-7/26 GForce $52 316411 B Presch Sa 11-11:45am 6/12-7/31 GForce $52 316411 C Presch M 5:30-6:15pm 8/2-8/23 GForce $26 316411 D Presch Sa 11-11:45am 8/7-8/28 GForce $26 416411 A Presch M 5:30-6:15pm 9/13-11/1 GForce $60 416411 B Presch Sa 11-11:45am 9/18-11/6 GForce $60 416411 C Presch M 5:30-6:15pm 11/8-12/13 GForce $45 416411 D Presch Sa 11-11:45am 11/13-12/18 GForce $45
Tumbling 3 n Ages: 8 and Up. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 12. Athletes in this class will focus on back tucks, series back handsprings into flipping skills and different ways to combine skills to create unique passes. Requirements: unassisted standing back handspring and running round-off back handspring series. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316417 A Tumb3 T 4:30-5:55pm 6/8-7/27 GForce $68 316417 B Tumb3 R 7:30-8:55pm 6/10-7/29 GForce $68 316417 C Tumb3 T 4:30-5:55pm 8/3-8/24 GForce $34 316417 D Tumb3 R 7:30-8:55pm 8/5-8/26 GForce $34 416417 A Tumb3 T 4:30-5:55pm 9/14-11/2 GForce $76 416417 B Tumb3 R 7:30-8:55pm 9/16-11/4 GForce $76 416417 C Tumb3 T 4:30-5:55pm 11/9-12/14 GForce $57 416417 D Tumb3 R 7:30-8:55pm 11/11-12/16 GForce $57
Tumbling 4 n Ages: 8 and Up. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 12. This class is for the elite athlete who has mastered the back tuck. Instructors in this class will teach flipping variations, connecting flips and twisting skills. Requirements: unassisted standing back tuck and running round-off back handspring back tuck. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316418 A Tumb4 M 6:30-7:55pm 6/7-7/26 GForce $68 316418 B Tumb4 T 7:30-8:55pm 6/8-7/27 GForce $68 316418 C Tumb4 M 6:30-7:55pm 8/2-8/23 GForce $34 316418 D Tumb4 T 7:30-8:55pm 8/3-8/24 GForce $34 416418 A Tumb4 M 6:30-7:55pm 9/13-11/1 GForce $76 416418 B Tumb4 T 7:30-8:55pm 9/14-11/2 GForce $76 416418 C Tumb4 M 6:30-7:55pm 11/8-12/13 GForce $57 416418 D Tumb4 T 7:30-8:55pm 11/9-12/14 GForce $57
Tumbling, Boys n Ages: 7-12. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 12. This class is for boys only. Taught by a male instructor, participants will learn progressive tumbling skills based on their abilities. They will also learn coordination and agility drills that will be useful in many other sports! All taught in a “boy specific” style, the class is for the beginner and intermediate athlete. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316419 A BoyTumb W 6:30-7:25pm 6/9-7/28 GForce $52 316419 B BoyTumb W 6:30-7:25pm 8/4-8/25 GForce $26 416419 A BoyTumb W 6:30-7:25pm 9/15-11/3 GForce $60 416419 B BoyTumb W 6:30-7:25pm 11/10-12/15 GForce $45 Skill classes For more information about the following specialty classes, please contact G-Force at 843-5387: Back Handspring 1 and 2, Back Tuck 1 and 2, Front Tumbling, and Twisting and Tricks. OPEN GYM TIMES
Open Gym Ages: 14 and Up. $5 per participant. This is for older students that want to come in to work on skills. This is not an “open play time” and is a mature environment that is not recommended for young children. Every Monday from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. G-Force release required. Toddler Open Gym Ages 4 and Under. $5 per child. This is a great opportunity for your toddler to get some padded fun time. Come in and get exercise as well as stimulate your little one to explore, run, roll and bounce! Every Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and Wednesday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. A G-Force release is required for all attending, which is available at the gym. Winter Wednesdays Ages: 5-13. $5 per participant. This is a great chance to give the kids some time to get rid of that cabin fever during the winter months! This is an open gym that is supervised, but no skill instruction is available. Every Wednesday from November 1 through February 28 from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. A G-Force release is required for all attending, which is available at the gym. CLINICS
Trampoline & Tumbling Clinic n Ages: 8-12. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 20. A clinic designed for beginning and intermediate tumblers. Learn all of the fundamentals skills for both trampoline and tumbling, from basic skills to flipping and twisting. Participants will learn combination bounces, linking skills together in routines, as well as individual skill practice. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 416451 A TramTum F 5:30-8pm 12/3 GForce $25 Competitive Team Clinic Open to all ages. This free clinic is for anyone interested in trying out for the G-Force competitive team. The clinic will be held noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 1. Tryouts for Competitive Squads Open to all ages. Tryouts will be held from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, May 2, followed by a parent meeting at 5 p.m. All qualified participants will receive a summer schedule for practices at the parent meeting. Additional paperwork is required for team participants by Lawrence Parks and Recreation. SPECIAL EVENTS
Open House Get to know G-Force: Not sure what we offer? Come to our open house to learn about us! Visit our wonderful new facility, meet some of our staff and see what trampoline, power tumbling and cheer is all about! Join us on Saturday, August 28, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Jet Day Don’t miss this unique day at G-Force! There will be a petting zoo with exotic animals as well as lots of fun inside G-Force, such as face painting, open gym time and much more! he whole day is FREE, courtesy of G-Force! Join us on June 5 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Parent’s Night Out Jet Away This is a great opportunity for you to have a night without the kids! Drop off your child for some fun and pizza while you have time to grab dinner and a movie! $15 per child. The event is on Friday, September 24, from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Pre-registration and release forms required. To register or for more information, contact G-Force at 843-5387. G-Force Slumber Party Don’t miss this one; it only happens once a year! Come sleep over at the gym! We will have an evening of fun activities, open gym time, games and a movie! Bring your sleeping bag and a pillow, and don’t forget your overnight necessities. We will provide a pizza dinner and light breakfast. Bring a snack to share. Friday, October 22, beginning at 8 p.m. until Saturday at 8 a.m. Fee is $25 per participant. Pre-registration and release forms required. To register or for more information, contact G-Force at 8435387. Spirit Day at KU Ages: 6 and Up. Join LPRD and G-Force Jets for the annual Spirit Day hosted by the University of Kansas Cheer Squad and Rock Chalk Dancers. Start the day off with a two-hour cheer and dance clinic before heading to Memorial Stadium to cheer on the Jayhawks. Under the direction of the Cheer and Dance squads, participants will cheer throughout the game in the north bowl of the stadium. At halftime, participants will perform with the Rock Chalk Dancers on the field. Date and time TBA. Call South Park Recreation Center for details at 832-7930.
KIDS CORNER KIDS CORNER — DANCE
DANCE PARENTS Experience has shown that children learn more and perform better when parents are not regularly in the classroom. For this reason, we designate the last class of every Dance session as Parent Observation Day. You are welcome to observe your child’s progress on this day. Thank you for your cooperation. BALLET, Beginning Ages: 5-7. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. Beginning ballet emphasizes stretches, large muscle movement and basic barre technique with a combination of fun and dance discipline. Your child’s newfound skills will help build confidence and self-esteem. Leotards and footless tights recommended. No special shoes needed. No class 11/24. Instructor: LPRD dance staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314110 A ballet W 4:30-5:10pm 6/2-8/4 CB-DS $44 414110 A ballet W 4:30-5:10pm 9/15-12/8 CB-DS $52 BALLET, intermediate Ages: 6-10. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. This class is an extension of beginning ballet that emphasizes stretches, large muscle movement and barre technique, adding greater challenges involving balance, coordination and flexibility. Your dancer will exude confidence and self-esteem as a result of a challenging ballet class. Prerequisite: Beginning Ballet. No class 7/3, 11/27. Instructor: LPRD dance staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314112 A intballe s 10:20-11:05am 6/5-8/7 CB-DS $40 414112 A intballe s 10:20-11:05am 9/18-12/11 CB-DS $52
bd102 — itty-Bitty belly dance Ages: 4-6. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 9. A chance for little girls to make snake arms, shimmy, swirl around the room and learn the basics of belly dance. Very simple, age-appropriate movements will be taught. Instructor: JoAnne Zingo. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 414200 A ittybitt m 6-6:30pm 11/29-12/6 CB-DS $10 bd103 — princess belly dance Ages: 7-11. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 9. A little more grown-up, the ladies will learn a folk dance in addition to the basic movements and a short dance they can show off later. Instructor: JoAnne Zingo. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 414214 A prinbell m 6:35-7:30pm 11/26-12/6 CB-DS $10 bd150 — back to school belly dance party A “hafla” is a celebration or party. Take a dance lesson, learn to play a Middle Eastern rhythm on finger cymbals or a drum, float across the floor with a veil, or have a seat on the magic carpet and take it all in. Just say, “Yalla!” (“Let’s go!”) and we’ll see you there! This is a free program for the entire family. Festivities will take place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at South Park on Monday, August 9. Just show up and experience the art of dance. For more information, contact South Park Recreation Center at 785-832-7930. cheery-o’s Ages: 4-6. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. We’ll teach basic cheerleading and tumbling to your child in this fun, introductory cheerleading and movement class. Your child will learn simple cheers, chants and dances that help build coordination, balance and confidence. No class 11/23. Instructor: LPRD dance staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316410 A Cheery T 4:35-5:05pm 6/1-8/3 CB-DS $44 416410 A Cheery T 4:35-5:05pm 9/14-12/7 CB-DS $52 creative movement Ages: 3-4. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. This fun and creative dance class is designed especially for preschoolers with little or no dance experience. Students will be introduced to movement, music and rhythm. No class 11/23, 11/24. Instructor: LPRD dance staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314107 A creatmov T 10:05-10:35am 6/1-8/3 CB-DS $44 314107 b creatmov r 4:30-5pm 6/3-8/5 CB-DS $44 414107 A creatmov T 10:05-10:35am 9/14-12/7 CB-DS $52 414107 b Creatmov r 4:30-5pm 9/16-12/9 CB-DS $52
developing dancers Ages: 4-6. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. Does your child wiggle and bounce to music? Developing Dancers will keep that natural rhythm going. We’ll develop your child’s flexibility, coordination, creativity and confidence through fun music and dance activities. No class 7/3, 11/24, 11/27. Instructor: LPRD dance staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314102 A DDan W 5:15-5:55pm 6/2-8/4 CB-DS $44 314102 b DDan S 11:10-11:55am 6/5-8/7 CB-DS $40 414102 A DDan w 5:15-5:55pm 9/15-12/8 CB-DS $52 414102 b DDan s 11:10-11:55am 9/18-12/11 CB-DS $52 Hip-Hop Ages: 7-11. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. This hip-hop dance class caters to beginners and those looking to refine their dance moves. You will be exposed to original dance styles that will build your dance repertoire as well as your cardio, flexibility, strength and coordination. Get ready to have a great workout and shake your groove thing! No class 11/24. Instructor: LPRD dance staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314105 A HipHop W 7-7:45pm 6/2-8/4 cB-DS $44 414105 A HipHop W 7-7:45pm 9/15-12/8 CB-DS $52 Irish Step Dance, Intro Ages: 6-10. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. Structured around individual development through the culture of Irish step dance. Emphasizes movements and choreography familiar to Irish folk dance. We’ll develop your child’s coordination and confidence through a highly energetic dance form. No class 11/25. Instructor: LPRD dance staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314129 A IrishDan R 5:05-5:50pm 6/3-8/5 CD-DS $44 414129 A IrishDan R 5:05-5:50pm 9/16-12/9 CD-DS $52 Jazz Funk Ages: 5-7. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. Your child will explore an energetic jazz dance class with a funky twist. We’ll teach dynamic choreography and explore funky movements, music and rhythms that help gain flexibility, strength and coordination. No class 11/24. Instructor: LPRD dance staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314122 A JazzFunk W 6-6:45pm 6/2-8/4 CD-DS $44 314112 b jazzfunk f 10:15-11am 6/4-7/23 cd-ds $44 414122 A JazzFunk W 6-6:45pm 9/15-12/8 CD-DS $52 Modern Dance, Intro Ages: 7-11. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. We will familiarize your child with the different kinds of modern dance by introducing the similar styles and illustrating how they are different. As the fundamental innovators of modern dance, we will cover an introduction to Horton, Graham, Cunningham, Limon and several other figures in modern dance today. Prerequisite: Developing Dancers. No class 11/23. Instructor: LPRD dance staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314113 A Modern T 5:10-5:55pm 6/1-8/3 CD-DS $44 414113 A Modern T 5:10-5:55pm 9/14-12/7 CD-DS $52
dance trio Ages: 7-11. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. This class is a combination of ballet, modern and jazz. This will challenge your dancer to the next level by also introducing new styles. Choreography, memorization, flexibility
and combo skills will all be emphasized with dance discipline and fun. Prerequisite: Beginning Jazz, Modern, Ballet or prior dance experience required. No class 11/25. Instructor: LPRD dance staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314108 A dancetri r 7-8pm 6/3-8/5 CB-DS $44 414108 a dancetri r 7-8pm 9/16-12/9 CB-DS $52
BALLET, pre Ages: 4-6. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. An introductory ballet and movement class for the prima ballerina in everyone. Your child will absorb basic barre, center and floor technique in a fun and nurturing atmosphere. Pre-Ballet will help build coordination, balance and confidence while teaching dance discipline. No class 7/3,11/27. Instructor: LPRD dance staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314109 A preballe s 9-9:40am 6/5-8/7 CB-DS $40 314109 b preballe f 9:30-10:10am 6/4-7/23 cb-ds $44 414109 A preballe s 9-9:40am 9/18-12/11 CB-DS $52
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Mommy and Me Ballet Ages: 2-4 with parent. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. This is a creative class designed for the parent to interact with the child while introducing ballet movements for both. Spend quality time with your child while learning creative ballet movements and dance fundamentals in a fun environment. This is a parent/caregiver participation class. No class 11/23. Instructor: LPRD dance staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314114 A MomBalle T 10:40-11:10am 6/1-8/3 CB-DS $44 414114 A MomBalle T 10:40-11:10am 9/14-12/7 CB-DS $52 Pom-Pom/Dance Pom Ages: 5-7. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. Pom emphasizes the movements and coordination of dance/cheer routines. Mainly focusing on the buildup and memorization of choreography displayed in those routines. It is a combination of fun and dance discipline. Your child’s newfound skills will help build confidence and self-esteem. Prerequisite: Cheery-O’s. No class 11/25. Instructor: LPRD dance staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314115 A PomPom R 6-6:45pm 6/3-8/5 CB-DS $44 414115 A PomPom R 6-6:45pm 9/16-12/9 CB-DS $52 TIPPY TOES Ages: 2-3 with parent. (One parent per child.) Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. A dance class designed just for little ones and their parents. Spend quality time with your child while learning creative movements and dance fundamentals in a fun environment. This is a parent/caregiver participation class. No class 7/3, 11/23, 11/27. Instructor: LPRD dance staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOc FeE 314131 A TipT T 6-6:30pm 6/1-8/3 CB-DS $44 314131 B TipT S 9:45-10:15am 6/5-8/7 CB-DS $40 414131 A TipT T 6-6:30pm 9/14-12/7 CB-DS $52 414131 B TipT S 9:45-10:15am 9/18-12/11 CB-DS $52 WIGGLES AND GIGGLES Ages: 2-3 with parent. (One parent per child.) Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. This dance class is designed for your little one. Your child can learn creative movements and dance fundamentals in a nurturing and playful atmosphere that emphasizes spontaneity and self-expression in each child. No class 11/23. Instructor: LPRD dance staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314099 A WigGig T 9:30-10am 6/1-8/3 CD-DS $44 414099 A WigGig T 9:30-10am 9/14-12/7 CD-DS $52
KIDS CORNER — LANGUAGE
SPANISH ADVENTURES Ages: 3-5 / 6-12. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 10. Hola ninos! Start them young and let them experience learning a second language. Participants will learn Spanish while listening to songs, playing games and learning Spanish vocabulary. No class 11/22. Instructor: Phil Gratz. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321001 A Sp(3-5) M 5:30-6pm 6/7-7/26 SPRC-SR $35 321001 B Sp(6-12) M 6:10-7pm 6/7-7/26 SPRC-SR $35 421001 A Sp(3-5) M 5:30-6pm 9/13-11/1 SPRC-SR $35 421001 B Sp(6-12) M 6:10-7pm 9/13-11/1 SPRC-SR $35 421001 c Sp(3-5) M 5:30-6pm 11/8-12/6 SPRC-SR $18 421001 d Sp(6-12) M 6:10-7pm 11/8-12/6 SPRC-SR $18 KIDS CORNER — MUSIC
tiny tots music Ages: 16-30 months / 2 1/2-4 years with parent. (One parent per child.) Enrollment Min 6 / Max 9. Engage your child in activities to build a strong foundation with musical skills learned through singing, instrument play and rhythmic movements with a variety of musical styles. This is a parent/ caregiver participation class. No class 11/25. Instructor: Phil Gratz. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 314111 A Tt16-30m w 9:30-10am 6/3-7/22 SPRC-fR $35 314111 B Tt2½-4y w 10:10-10:55am 6/3-7/22 SPRC-fR $35 414111 a TT16-30m R 6-6:30pm 9/16-11/4 SPRC-sR $35 414111 B Tt2½-4y R 6:45-7:30pm 9/16-11/4 SPRC-sR $35 414111 c Tt16-30m R 6-6:30pm 11/11-12/9 SPRC-sR $18 414111 d Tt2½-4y R 6:45-7:30pm 11/11-12/9 SPRC-sR $18 KIDS CORNER — SPECIAL INTERESTS
babysitting, adventures in n Ages: 11-15. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 15. Do you know how to handle those tough bedtime issues, or what to do if a child wants to do nothing but watch TV? This clinic is designed for the new babysitter who wants the information necessary to perform a safe and efficient job. Learn fun techniques, accident prevention, how to handle emergencies and much more. Attendees will receive a certificate upon completion. Instructor: American Red Cross staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 313131 a advtbaby w 6-8pm 6/2-6/16 ELRC-MR $30 413131 A advtbaby w 6-8pm 10/6-10/20 ELRC-MR $30 First Aid for Little People n Ages: 5-8. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 12. “Harv” and “Marv” are two cartoon kids who guide participants through scenarios that teach them how to deal with common injuries and illnesses. Topics discussed include identifying an emergency, cuts, burns and fractures, as well as how to get help and what to do until help arrives. Participants will receive a book and certificate. Instructor: American Red Cross staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321051 A FirstAid W 6:30-7:30pm 6/23 ELRC-MR $8 421051 A FirstAid W 6:30-7:30pm 11/3 ELRC-MR $8 kids, let’S build a mud fort Ages: 7-12. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 15 couples. Civil War on the Western frontier for kids. On day one, we’ll meet at the Union Pacific Depot, learn how six mud forts were built to protect early Lawrence, make a model of a fort with real mud, have a snack and take a walking tour of historic places. On day two, teams will dig and build mud forts north of Constant Park. One adult registration required for each child. Instructor: Katie Armitage. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321131 a mudfort mt 9-11am 8/9-8/10 UPD/CP $20
mummy and son n Ages: 6-12. Enrollment Min 30 / Max 80 couples. Hey boys, grab your moms and scare up a great time with carnival games, pizza and fun! Come dressed up in your Halloween costumes and team up to win prizes at our spook-tacular carnival. Each team player will receive a special treat and souvenir photo with his mom. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 421002 a mummson f 6:30-9pm 10/29 fg#21 $34 421002 b addson f 6:30-9pm 10/29 FG#21 $17
the art, they will gain more than the ability to kick and punch. Students will improve coordination and reflexes, gain self-confidence, develop selfdiscipline and physical conditioning. Students will gain a greater respect for themselves, as well as their fellow students and people in society as a whole. No class 11/23, 11/25. Instructor: Jake Thibodeau, Black Belt. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 317131 A Tkd8-12y TR 6:45-7:45pm 6/1-7/22 TLC $39 317131 B Tkd13&Up TR 7:50-9:05pm 6/1-7/22 TLC $39 317131 c Tkd8-12y TR 6:45-7:45pm 7/27-8/26 TLC $25 317131 d Tkd13&Up TR 7:50-9:05pm 7/27-8/26 TLC $25 417131 A Tkd8-12y TR 6:45-7:45pm 9/14-11/4 TLC $39 417131 B Tkd13&Up TR 7:50-9:05pm 9/14-11/4 TLC $39 417131 c Tkd8-12y TR 6:45-7:45pm 11/9-12/9 TLC $20 417131 d Tkd13&Up TR 7:50-9:05pm 11/9-12/9 TLC $20
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TAI CHI, BEGINNING Ages 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 12. This ancient Chinese exercise improves strength, flexibility, concentration and balance by combining gentle physical movement and mental discipline. Slow movements also strengthen muscles and joints, not to mention reduce stress, fatigue and the risk of falls due to increased balance. No class 11/23. Instructor: Wendy Griswold. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 415500 a bgTaiChi t 6:30-7:45pm 9/14-11/2 SPRC-fR $42 415500 b bgTaiChi t 6:30-7:45pm 11/9-12/7 SPRC-fR $21
tee-off with dad Ages: 5 and Up. Enrollment Min 9 / Max 18. Let’s see who the real golfer is! Can Dad REALLY hit a 300-yard drive? Probably not, so the kids are coming along to carry Pop through a fun 9 holes of golf. Kick the evening off with dinner and an instructional clinic hitting the fairways and the greens. There is no better way to bond a father and child than through the game of golf and pizza. Don’t let this great opportunity pass you by. If you don’t have kids’ clubs, please call ahead to reserve a set at 832-7930. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321075 a teeoff r 5:30-8pm 6/17 ebgc $24 321075 b addchild r 5:30-8pm 6/17 ebgc $12 toddler open gym Fee: $1 per child. Ages: 6 and Under. Does your child need some space to be active? Bring them to the Community Building, 115 W. 11th St., and let them burn off some extra energy. Individuals and groups are welcome to drop by Monday, Wednesday and/or Friday. Register at the front desk and let the kids enjoy the wide-open space of the gymnasium. Ratio 1 parent-5 children. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 10:30 a.m. to noon, Community Building, 115 W. 11th St. Running through Friday, May 14 and will resume in the fall on Monday, September 13.
MARTIAL ARTS KARATE — OKINAWAN KENPO Ages: 6 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 30. Okinawan Kenpo is a style of traditional Okinawan karate, a system of self-defense and personal development. Learn techniques effective in close fighting. During this process of learning and practicing techniques, also strengthen your body. Posture is improved and one’s self-confidence is increased. The consequence of training is that one can usually avoid violence, or minimize it when it is unavoidable. Instructors have years of teaching experience and are members of and certified by the United States Kenpo Federation and Midori Yama Budakai (affiliated with the AAU). Instructors: Mark Hurt/ Mandana Ershadi-Hurt. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 317110 A Karate MW 6:45-7:40pm 6/2-7/21 CB-Cr1 $37 317110 B Karate MW 6:45-7:40pm 7/26-8/25 CB-Cr1 $25 417110 A Karate MW 6:45-7:40pm 9/13-11/3 CB-Cr1 $39 SELF DEFENSE Ages 13 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 20. Class introduces the fundamentals of self-defense and is suitable for people of any physical condition. Awareness and risk assessment will be discussed. Simple, effective physical self-defense techniques will be taught, so please wear loose clothing. The instructors have years of experience teaching martial arts, as well as specific experience teaching self-defense clinics. Instructors: Mandana Ershadi-Hurt/Mark Hurt. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 317120 A SelfDef S 2-5pm 6/26 CB-CR1&2 $16 417120 A SelfDef S 2-5pm 11/6 CB-CR1&2 $16
SPECIAL INTEREST — HOME AND HOBBIES
Beer Tasting Ages: 21 and Up. Enrollment Min 20 / Max 35. Just how much do you know about beer? Learn the basic history of beer, brewing methods and different styles, nationalities and tastes. Come join us as we discuss and sample different types of beer. Summer: Beers of the Southern Hemisphere. Fall: Beers of Germany. Remember, you must be 21 years old to attend. Valid identification is required. Instructor: Steve Berger/Wine Cellar. NSD. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321116 A BeerTast R 6:30-8pm 7/22 Maceli’s $22 421116 A BeerTast R 6:30-8pm 10/14 Maceli’s $22 Bridge, Beginning Ages: 18 and Up. Enrollment 8 / Max 16. Have you ever wanted to learn to play bridge? Now is the time to get started. The game is more popular than ever as a pastime, a social experience and a tool for mental exercise. Our accredited instructor provides a friendly atmosphere for learning the fundamentals of scoring, bidding and play of the hand. Come join the fun and meet lots of interesting new friends. Instructor: Don Brennaman. CODE SEC CLASS Day TIME DATE LOc fEE 321112 a BegBridg t 6:45-8:45pm 6/1-7/6 sprc-cr $40 321112 b BegBridg m 6:45-8:45pm 7/12-8/16 elrc-mr $40 321112 c BegBridg w 6:45-8:45pm 8/25-9/29 sprc-cr $40 Bridge, Intermediate Ages: 18 and Up. Enrollment 8 / Max 16. Once you are comfortable with the basics and want to continue to learn more about the game, this class will help you sharpen your skills and increase your confidence and playing ability. Prerequisite: Beginning Bridge. Instructor: Don Brennaman. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC fEE 321112 a InBridge r 6:45-8:45pm 6/3-7/8 elrc-mr $40 321112 b InBridge r 6:45-8:45pm 7/22-8/26 elrc-mr $40 421112 a InBridge r 6:45-8:45pm 9/9-10/14 elrc-mr $40 Civil War Costume n Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 10. Create a period Civil War costume to wear for dancing and reenactments, in honor of the Kansas Sesquicentennial in 2011. You’ll get help with selecting the right pattern and fabric, and creating fun embellishments. Class includes time to work together on design and construction. Beginning to intermediate sewing experience necessary. Classes will be held at Hancock Fabrics, 2108 W. 27th St. Registration deadline is September 27. A material fee payable to the instructor of $30 is due the first day of class. Optional materials for corset supplies are $50. Instructor: Jane Pennington. CODE SEC CLASs DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 421150 A CivilCos M 6:30-8:30pm 10/4-11/8 HF $62
TAE KWON DO Ages: 8 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 20. Tae Kwon Do is a beautiful and highly skilled art. Develop control, balance and power through the practice of Tae Kwon Do forms and one-step sparring. As participants mature in
Science — Preschool Style n Ages: 4-6. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 16. Join the experts from Mad Science of Greater Kansas City as they spark the imaginations of 4- to 6-year-olds through developmentally and age-appropriate science experiments for preschoolers. These fun, fast-paced classes are specifically developed to hold the interest of our younger Mad Scientists. Summer: Section A — Science of Music. Section B — Animal Friends. Fall: Session A — Dinosaurs. Session B — Human Body. Instructor: Mad Science of Greater Kansas City. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321006 A Science T 6-6:45pm 6/1-6/29 SPRC-SR $37 321006 B Science T 6-6:45pm 7/13-8/10 SPRC-SR $37 421000 A Science T 6-6:45pm 9/14-10/12 SPRC-SR $37 421000 b Science T 6-6:45pm 11/2-12/7 SPRC-SR $37
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fencing, beginning and Intermediate Ages: 11 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 10. Traditional fencing at its finest. Participants will learn proper form, technique, discipline and tactics in Olympic-style foil fencing that is essential for the development of the complete fencer. Fencing builds not only physical conditioning, but also mental acuity. This program is co-sponsored with the Lawrence Community Fencing Club. Class held at the First Baptist Church, 1330 Kasold Drive. No class 11/23. Instructor: Brian McDow. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321120 A BegFen T 5:30-6:30pm 6/8-7/13 FBC $28 421120 A begFen T 5:30-6:30pm 9/14-10/19 FBC $28 421120 b IntFen T 5:30-6:30pm 10/26-12/7 FBC $28 WINE TASTING Ages 21 and Up. Enrollment Min 20 / Max 35. Are you interested in learning more about wine? Learn the basic history of wine along with the techniques of choosing and tasting wines. Samples of different wines will be available at each class along with cheese and crackers. Spring: Exceptional White Wines from Around the World. Fall: Section A: Great Values in Cabernet Sauvignon. Section B: Festive Red Wines. Must be 21 years of age to participate. Valid identification is required. Instructor: Ron Hassen/Ray’s Liquor. NSD. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321113 A WineTast W 6:30-8:30pm 6/23 Maceli’s $24 421113 A WineTast W 6:30-8:30pm 9/22 Maceli’s $24 421113 b WineTast W 6:30-8:30pm 11/10 Maceli’s $24 Woodworking, Beginning Ages: 18 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 12. This course is for the individual who has had little or no experience with woodworking tools, materials and equipment, as well as those who are more experienced. A portion of the sessions will be used for structured projects, but there will be time for individual projects approved by the instructor. No class 11/24. Instructor: Jay Hundley. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 421500 A BegWdWrk W 6:30-9:30pm 9/8-12/1 LHS $110 SPECIAL INTEREST — LANGUAGE
spanish made e-z Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 15. Since society is now a more global community, it’s important to be as diverse as possible and to communicate effectively. Throughout this course, you’ll learn some of the basics of the Spanish language and useful words and phrases — getting you connected to a second language. Games and fun projects will be incorporated to increase understanding and retention of the language. Great for those traveling to Spanish-speaking countries. No class 11/22. Instructor: Phil Gratz. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321100 A SpanEZ M 7:15-8:45pm 6/7-7/26 SPRC-SR $42 421100 A SpanEZ M 7:15-8:45pm 9/13-11/1 SPRC-SR $42 421100 B SpanEZ M 7:15-8:45pm 11/8-12/6 SPRC-SR $21 SPECIAL INTEREST — MUSIC
guitar, beginning Ages: 14 and Up. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 6. Students will need to bring a guitar to class. In this introductory class you will learn chords, tablature, rhythm patterns and standard notation through the use of familiar melodies and songs. No class 11/22. Instructor: Marianne Carter. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 421006 A Guitar M 7-8pm 9/13-11/1 CB-CR $50 421006 B Guitar M 7-8pm 11/8-12/13 CB-CR $32
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Tennis SUMMER tennis Ages 3 and Up. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 6. Our qualified instructors teach group lessons that provide fundamentals and techniques of tennis. We offer stroke analysis, tactics and strategy at a variety of skill levels to all age groups. Pee Wee (Age 3) — Designed for little ones to focus on hand-eye coordination and to get comfortable with the ball and racquet, along with fun and games. Tennis Tots (Ages: 4-5) — Introduction to tennis through stroke development and games. Child: Level 1 (Ages: 5-7) — Introduction to strokes, serving, footwork and drills. Child: Level 2 (Ages: 7-12) — Further development of basic strokes, volleys, serves and overheads. Child: Level 3 (Ages: 8-15) — Improvement of strokes, basic service, block volley and placement. Adult Beginner (16 and Up) — Introduction to the strokes, scoring and play drills. Adult Intermediate (16 and Up) — Improvement of strokes through drills, placement of shots, volley angles and approach shots. You must provide your own racquet. Tennis balls will be furnished. In case of inclement weather, call 832-7999, ext. 4, or listen to 1320 AM, KLWN. Instructors: Jill Cannon/Jarret Payne. Session #1 CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 319153 A Child2 MTWR 6-6:50pm 6/1-6/10 HTC $38 319152 A Child1 MTWR 6-6:40pm 6/1-6/10 HTC $38 319154 A Child3 MTWR 7-7:50pm 6/1-6/10 HTC $38 319200 A AdultBeg MTWR 8-8:50pm 6/1-6/10 HTC $38 319151 A TennTots MTWR 9-9:40am 6/7-6/17 HTC $38 319153 B Child2 MTWR 9-9:50am 6/7-6/17 HTC $38 319150 A PeeWee MTWR 10-10:30am 6/7-6/17 HTC $38 319152 B Child1 MTWr 10-10:50am 6/7-6/17 HTC $38 319154 B Child3 MTWR 11-11:50am 6/7-6/17 HTC $38 319153 C Child2 MTWR 11-11:50am 6/7-6/17 HTC $38 Session #2 CODE SEC CLASS DAy TIME DATE 319152 C Child1 MTWR 6-6:50pm 6/14-6/24 319153 D Child2 MTWR 6-6:50pm 6/14-6/24 319200 B BegAdult MTWR 7-7:50pm 6/14-6/24 319201 A IntAdult MTWR 8-8:50pm 6/14-6/24 Session #3 CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE 319153 E Child2 MTWR 9-9:50am 6/28-7/8 319154 C Child3 MTWR 9-9:50am 6/28-7/8 319152 D Child1 MTWr 10-10:50am 6/28-7/8 319150 B PeeWee MTWR 10-10:30am 6/28-7/8 319151 B TennTots MTWR 11-11:40am 6/28-7/8 319153 F Child2 MTWR 11-11:50am 6/28-7/8 319152 E Child1 MTWR 6-6:50pm 6/28-7/8 319154 D Child3 MTWR 7-7:50pm 6/28-7/8 319200 C BegAdult MTWR 8-8:50pm 6/28-7/8
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Supporting Scotch Fabric Care Services annual community coat drive
Bring your new or used coats to any LPRD facility. Coats collected will be given to those in need this winter.
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Tennis Camp Ages: 8 and Up. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 12. Improve your tennis game in our weeklong tennis camp. Camp will focus on teaching players the fundamentals of the game, including serving and strategy, using drills, fun games and other aspects of tennis. This camp is for beginning to advanced players who want to improve their skills in a fun, group atmosphere. Instructors: Jill Cannon/Kevin Brennan. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 319155 A TennCamp TWRf 8:30-11am 6/1-6/4 HTC $60 319155 B TennCamp MTWR 8:30-11am 6/21-6/24 HTC $60 319155 C TennCamp MTWR 8:30-11am 7/12-7/15 HTC $60 FALL CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC 419150 A PeeWee S 9-9:30am 9/11-10/16 HTC 419153 A Child2 S 9-9:50am 9/11-10/16 HTC 419152 A Child1 S 10-10:50am 9/11-10/16 HTC 419154 A Child3 S 10-10:50am 9/11-10/16 HTC 419151 A TennTots S 11-11:40am 9/11-10/16 HTC 419153 B Child2 S 11-11:50am 9/11-10/16 HTC 419152 B Child1 MW 6:30-7:20pm 9/13-9/29 HTC 419200 A BegAdult MW 7:30-8:20pm 9/13-9/29 HTC 419153 C Child2 TR 6:30-7:20pm 9/14-9/30 HTC 419154 B Child3 TR 7:30-8:20pm 9/14-9/30 HTC
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Jayhawk Tennis n Ages: Level 1 — 6-7; Level 2 — 8-12; Level 3 — 13-18; Adult Beginning/ Intermediate — 18 and Up. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 16. Lawrence Parks and Recreation has teamed up with Jayhawk Tennis to offer an indoor recreational tennis program catering to both youth and adults. Lessons will be taught by Jayhawk Tennis instructors. Level I — Proper technique, movement and basic strategies. Level II — Stroke production and techniques of the game. Level III — Enhanced stroke development and strategy match play. Adult Beginning — Fundamentals, strategies and scoring. Adult Intermediate — Advanced stroke development and strategy match play. No classes 11/23, 11/24. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 419152 C Child1 T 7-8pm 10/26-12/7 JT $60 419153 D Child2 T 7-8pm 10/26-12/7 JT $60 419154 C Child3 T 7-8pm 10/26-12/7 JT $60 419200 B BegAd W 7-8pm 10/27-12/8 JT $60 419201 A IntAd W 7-8pm 10/27-12/8 JT $60
a.m. to noon at Lawrence Tennis Center, 21st and Virginia streets. It will feature two hours of instruction and interactive games offering people of all ages and abilities the opportunity to enjoy and learn the sport of tennis — from health and fitness to fun and competition. Private Tennis Lessons Do you or your child need to improve on strokes, coordination or certain skills? Parks and Recreation has the program you are looking for. Our instructors are available on a limited basis to teach private tennis lessons at the tennis courts located at Lawrence High School. Private lessons are available on a weekly basis, generally occurring when classes or leagues are NOT in session. The cost for private lessons is $15 for a half hour and $12 for a semiprivate lesson for a half hour, per person. Registration for private lessons is only available at South Park Recreation Center. Please call 832-7930 for more information. LTA Junior Team Tennis Game-based-approach class with drills for 45 minutes and coached live play for 45 minutes by two USPTA professionals. Players will work on fundamentals and court strategy during drills, and will transition to execution during match play. For more information contact Kristy Elliott at 841-0636. DUPONT WORLD TEAM TENNIS LEAGUES WTT leagues have two men and two women on a team. They compete against other teams in one set of Men’s Doubles and Singles, one set of Women’s Doubles and Singles, and two sets of Mixed Doubles. All play will be in Lawrence. Rostered members must have current LTA and WTT memberships. League winners advance to regionals. For more information, contact Bud Pettit at 785-841-8013 or firstname.lastname@example.org. USTA HEART OF AMERICA Adult Teams Rostered members must have current LTA and USTA memberships and current NTRP Ratings. League winners can advance to sectionals. For more information, contact Bud Pettit at 785-841-8013 or email@example.com.
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Session #4 CODE SEC CLASS DAy TIMe DATE LOC 319153 G Child2 MTWR 6-6:50pm 7/12-7/22 HTC 319154 E Child3 MTWR 6-6:50pm 7/12-7/22 HTC 319200 D BegAdult MTWR 7-7:50pm 7/12-7/22 HTC 319201 B IntAdult MTWR 8-8:50pm 7/12-7/22 HTC 319150 C PeeWee MTWR 9-9:30am 7/19-7/29 HTC 319153 H Child2 MTWR 9-9:50am 7/19-7/29 HTC 319152 F Child1 MTWR 10-10:50am 7/19-7/29 HTC 319151 C TennTots MTWR 10-10:40am 7/19-7/29 HTC 319154 F Child3 MTWR 11-11:50am 7/19-7/29 HTC 319153 I Child2 MTWR 11-11:50am 7/19-7/29 HTC
TRIPS Quantrill’s raid graveyard walk Ages: 4 and Up. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 20. All participants must be preregistered through the Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department. Join local historian Katie Armitage on the anniversary night of Quantrill’s Raid. Visit the graves of the victims of the raid and meet the people who rest there as they come alive to tell their story. Instructor: Katie Armitage. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321710 A quant F 8-9:30pm 8/20 OHC $12
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tennis block party Are you ready to create a racquet? The biggest tennis party ever is coming to Lawrence through the cooperation of LPRD and Jayhawk Tennis. This block party is an ambitious and exciting community initiative that will bring new ways to involve and expose you to the health and social benefits of tennis. The block party will be held Saturday, May 1, from 10
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For more information on special events, contact Duane Peterson, special events supervisor, at Holcom Park Recreation Center, 2700 W. 27th St., at 832-7940 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SUMMER EVENTS aquafina major league baseball pitch, hit & Run Saturday, April 17, 10 a.m. at Clinton Lake Softball Complex, 5101 Speicher Road, Fields 1 and 4 This official competition of major league baseball is a baseball and softball skills competition that provides boys and girls ages 7 to 14 years old the opportunity to showcase their pitching, hitting and running abilities. The event is free, and pre-registration is required. First-place all-around winners in each sex and age group will advance to the sectional competition, where they will have the opportunity to advance to the team championships and national finals. For more information, contact Alex Husbenet at 832-7940.
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Bookmobile — make a splash The Bookmobile is open to everyone. Sign up for the summer reading program with the goal to read 20 books during the summer months. The teen summer reading program theme is “Making Waves.” A story will be read or a short skit performed at each visit. Registration begins June 4. The Bookmobile will make visits to the following locations on Thursdays, June 3 through July 22: Holcom Park 9:15 a.m. to 10 a.m. Broken Arrow School 10:15 a.m. to 10:55 a.m. Sunflower School 11:20 a.m. to noon East Lawrence Recreation Center 1:45 p.m. to 2:25 p.m. South Park 2:40 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Storytime will be the first 10 to 15 minutes at each stop. SUMMER PLAYGROUNDS — (SEE YOUTH CAMPS — SUMMER, PAGE 58)
KIDS FISHING DERBY Co-sponsored by Walmart and Wildscape. Free to the public and open to children ages 5-13. Anglers 13 and younger are invited to test their fishing expertise at Mary’s Lake (31st Street and Haskell Avenue) on Saturday, May 8, 8:30 a.m. to noon. A pre-derby meeting will be held at 8:30 a.m. All anglers are asked to provide their own fishing poles and bait. Door prizes will be given throughout the morning. Supervision provided, however parents are asked to help out. Skyhoundz FRISBEE DISC CHAMPIONSHIP Free and open to the public. Skyhoundz Frisbee Disc Throwing Contest held in South Park on Sunday, May 2, at 2 p.m. Registration begins at 1:30 p.m. in South Park. Additional information available at Holcom Park Recreation Center, 2700 W. 27th St., or at 832-7940. Lawrence City Band Summer Concert Series The Lawrence City Band, sponsored by LPRD with assistance from the Rice Foundation, will present this annual concert series at 8 p.m. Wednesdays at the William Kelly Bandstand in historic South Park, 1141 Massachusetts St. There is no charge to attend. The band is conducted by Bob Foster. May 26 Grand Opening: A New Season, from Bach to Rock, with Guest Conductor Leroy Esau June 2 Lawrence City Band Showcase, featuring soloists and talent from your City Band June 9 A Pre-Flag Day Celebration June 16 75th Anniversary Music Camp Heritage June 23 Welcome to Summer June 30 Our Own Fourth of July Show July 7 Annual Children’s Concert July 14 The Grand Finale
Brown Bag Concerts LPRD and Downtown Lawrence Inc., will again co-sponsor the free summer concert series on Thursdays at noon in front of the U.S. Bank building, 900 Massachusetts St. Bring your lunch and enjoy the music. Rain site will be the Watkins Community Museum, 1047 Massachusetts St.
June 3 Billy Spears Bear Bellies June 10 Lonesome Hobos June 17 Key West Jazz Quartet June 24 Two Much Fun July 1 Lonnie Ray Blues Band July 8 Borderline Country July 15 Billy Ebeling & the Late for Dinner Band July 22 Paul Gray July 29 Good Ole Boys
Hershey’s Track & Field Games Friday, June 4, 12:30 p.m. at Southwest Junior High School, 2511 Inverness Drive Designed to introduce children ages 9 to 14 to physical fitness and sportsmanship. No special equipment or uniforms are required. Participants need only shorts, T-shirt and shoes. No cleated track shoes allowed. Only pre-registered individuals will be allowed to participate. From the local track meet, participants can advance to the state meet in Emporia at Emporia State University, June 26. Children may participate in a maximum of three events, two of which may be running. Events: 50-meter dash, 100-meter dash, 200meter dash, 400-meter dash, 800-meter run, 1600-meter run, 4x100 relay and standing long jump. The National Final will be held in Hershey, Pa., in August. Expenses will be paid for participants in the National Final. DOWNTOWN MOVIES Join LPRD and Downtown Lawrence Inc. for summer movies at the grassy area at New Hampshire and Ninth streets (by the parking garage). Bring your blankets, pillows, lawn chairs and the entire family to enjoy family fun movies in June and July. Movies to be shown include: June 3 Holiday June 10 Bringing Up Baby June 17 His Girl Friday June 24 The Philadelphia Story July 1 Arsenic and Old Lace July 8 The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
FALL ARTS AND CRAFTS FESTIVAL It’s the 31st Annual Fall Arts and Crafts Festival on Sunday, September 12, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in historic South Park. The festival includes arts and craft sales, displays and demonstrations of work. Arts and crafts will include pottery, ceramics, weaving, stained glass, leather crafts, woodcarving, dried flower arrangements, oil painting, jewelry and silversmithing, quilts, baskets, sculpture, seashell art, watercolors, photography, acrylics, drawing and much more. Enjoy the live performances of a variety
of musical groups as you browse the artwork. Children’s activities include a moonwalk/slide and a children’s train ride. Come join the fun and celebrate Lawrence’s 156th birthday! For more information call 832-7940. Event is free to the public. Register today to be an exhibitor. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 425100 A Exhibitor Su 10am-5pm 9/12 SP $55 KIDS ONLY GARAGE SALE Ages: 5-16. Lawrence Parks and Recreation will be hosting the Kids Only Garage Sale outside! It will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Holcom Sports Complex parking lot, 2601 W. 25th St. Kids ages 5 to 16 years old will be able to take the opportunity to clean out their rooms, sell used toys, books, clothes and accessories, and enjoy the profits. Children wishing to buy a booth to sell their items must register and pay the $5 fee. A booth includes 2 parking spaces. For more information, call Jamie Reed at 832-7940. Registration deadline: Wednesday, September 15. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 430510 A GARAGE S 9AM-1PM 9/18 HSC $5 39TH ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PAINT-IN Free and open to ages 3rd grade and older. Must be pre-registered to participate. Come join us in spreading Halloween spirit! LPRD, Downtown Lawrence Inc. and the Lawrence Breakfast Optimists Club will hold the Halloween Paint-In on Saturday, October 23. Students and adults must submit a sketch to Holcom Park Recreation Center, from which participants will paint on local Lawrence merchants’ windows. There will be an organizational meeting on Thursday, October 21, at 6:30 p.m. at Holcom Park Recreation Center, 2700 W. 27th St. All participants must attend the organizational meeting. Each participant will receive a Halloween Paint-In T-shirt. Registration deadline: Thursday, October 21, 6:30 p.m. For more information, call 832-7940. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 425120 A Paint S 8am-12pm 10/23 DWNTWN FREE HALLOWEEN BEGGARS NIGHT LPRD recommends Trick or Treating on Sunday, October 31, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Homeowners wishing to participate are asked to leave porch lights on for costumed youngsters. HAVE A SAFE HALLOWEEN! TURKEY TROT Registrations on day of race are an additional $5. Lace up your running shoes and join us for a holiday race. LPRD, Checkers and Jock’s Nitch Sporting Goods will sponsor a 5K run on Saturday, November 6. Entry fees due Friday, November 5. Late registrations will be taken the day of the race from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. The race will take place on the campus of Haskell Indian Nations University. For more information, call 832-7940. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 425130 A Trot S 9am 11/6 Haskell $20
CANDY CANE HUNT Ages: 6 and Under. Rumor has it that Santa is going to be at the Holcom Park Recreation Center, 2700 W. 27th St., hiding candy canes for children. After the hunt, we will warm up inside the center with some hot chocolate and cookies and listen to great holiday music. Registration deadline: Friday, December 3. For more information, contact Jamie Reed at 8327940. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 430505 A Candy S 4-6pm 12/4 hprc $2 Holiday parents day off Come join the fun during your holiday vacation! We will do a variety of activities, including arts and crafts, games, sports and field trips. Registration deadline: Friday, December 17, 6:30 p.m. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 425150 A holidayp MTWRF 8:30am-3:30pm 12/20-12/24 HPRC $60 HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS Come join the fun during your holiday vacation! We will do a variety of activities, including arts and crafts, games, sports and field trips. Registration deadline: Friday, December 24, 6:30 p.m. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 425160 A HolHap MTWRF 8:30am-3:30pm 12/27-12/31 HPRC $60 NEW YEAR’S EVE OVERNIGHTER Have a rockin’ good time ringing in the new year with us. We’ll play games and activities to celebrate the beginning of 2011. Bring your sleeping bag and pillow. Parents will need to pick up their children at Holcom Park Recreation Center at 8 a.m., Saturday, January 1, 2010. Happy New Year! Registration deadline: Friday, December 31, 5 p.m. For more information, call 832-7940. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 425170 A NewYears MT 8pm-8am 12/31-1/1 HPRC $30
34TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY BAZAAR LPRD will host the 34th Annual Holiday Bazaar on Sunday, November 21, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Community Building, 115 W. 11th St. Spread some holiday cheer at the annual Holiday Bazaar! The festival will include holiday handmade arts and crafts, including pottery, ceramics, stained glass, leather crafts, wood carving, weaving, dried flower arrangements, oil painting, water colors, silversmithing, quilts, baskets, sculpture, seashell art, photography, acrylics, drawings, handmade jewelry (NO COMMERCIAL JEWELRY) and much more. Holiday music will also be showcased. For more information, call 832-7940. Event is free to the public. Register today to be an exhibitor. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 425180 A Exhibitor Su 10am-5pm 11/21 CB $60
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA Ages: 3-12. Come have breakfast with your favorite jolly man. Santa will join us for a meal and holiday arts and crafts. We’ll enjoy pancakes, sausage, orange juice and water as we spread holiday cheer. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 425145 A Child S 8:30-11:30am 12/11 CB $7 425145 B Adult S 8:30-11:30am 12/11 CB $9
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YOUTH ALL-STAR TEE-BALL/COACH PITCH Ages: 5-12. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 40. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE 322230 A YouthTb F 6-7 pm 8/6-9/24
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ADULT ALL-STAR VOLLEYBALL Ages: 13 and Up. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 40. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 422220 A AdultVb F 7:15-8:15pm 10/8-11/19 ELRC-GY $30 YOUTH ALL-STAR BASKETBALL Ages: 5-12. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 40. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 422230 B YouthBb F 6-7 pm 10/8-11/19 ELRC-GY $30
For more information on special populations programs, contact Annette Deghand, special populations supervisor, at the Community Building, 115 W. 11th St., at 832-7920, at TDD# 832-3205 or at email@example.com. Programs consist of adapted and integrated leisure and recreational activities for all individuals with disabilities. LPRD encourages individuals with disabilities to consider all programs offered by the department. If additional assistance is needed in these programs, call 832-7920. MONTHLY NEWSLETTER A special populations monthly newsletter highlights new activities, events and trips. Many programs not published in this Activities Guide are included. If you would like to be placed on the mailing list, call 832-7920 or e-mail the division. SPECIAL EVENTS AND TRIPS Trips and special events will be announced in the monthly newsletter with dates, times, fees and other information. Sign up and register for the trips by calling 832-7920. Tentative trips include holiday lights, American Royal, K.C. Royals, K.C. Chiefs, Kansas State Fair, New Dinner Theatre, concerts, shows and much more. Be sure to sign up for the monthly newsletter so you won’t miss out!
PROGRAMS SWIM TEAM Ages: 13 and Up. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 25. It doesn’t matter what swimming ability you have; this class is for all swimmers and walkers at all levels. Fine-tune your strokes and maybe learn a new one. Water Walkers are also welcome in this class. Go at your own pace and have fun. Water exercises and strength training in the water will be included as well. Class is for all abilities; it is not a one-on-one setting. NOTE: Second summer session is held at the Outdoor Aquatic Center and the other sessions will be held at the Indoor Aquatic Center. No class 7/10, 11/13, 11/27. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 322180 A SwimTeam S 10:45-11:45am 6/19-7/31 LiaC $23 322180 b SwimTeam S 10:45-11:45am 8/7-8/28 LoaC $15 422180 A Swimteam s 10:45-11:45am 9/11-10/16 liac $23 422180 b swimteam s 10:45-11:45am 10/30-12/4 liac $15 ADULT & YOUTH All-star SPORTS leagues Enrollment Min 10 / Max 40 (per league). The overall goal of the leagues is to provide an inclusive environment, which teaches individuals with and without disabilities the fundamentals of the sports, teamwork, sportsmanship and competition, all while having a great time. Awards for all players will be presented on the last night. Rules and adaptations are made to accommodate all levels and all abilities. Volunteer coaches are needed. All youth games will be held on Fridays from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Adult games will be held 7:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.
ADULT ALL-STAR SOFTBALL Ages: 13 and Up. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 40. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE 322220 A AdultSb F 7:15-8:15pm 8/6-9/24
LOC FEE HSC $30
adult & youth leisure sports OK, so it might be a little warm in June and July to play sports outside. That’s why we’re moving at a different speed. Leisure sports will include games such as bocce, croquet, Frisbee golf, badminton and whiffleball. In case of inclement weather, we’ll be inside the center, playing in the gym. Each week will offer a different type of sport that might not be so common for some of you. You have to register and attend every Friday night to see what sport is being played. No sports 7/2. adult leisure sports Ages: 13 and Up. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 40. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE 322240 A leisure F 7:15-8:15 pm 6/4-7/30
LOC FEE ELRC-GY $30
YOUTH leisure sports Ages: 5-12. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 40. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE 322250 A leisure F 6-7 pm 6/4-7/30
LOC FEE ELRC-GY $30
PRE-COFFEEHOUSE DINNER Fee includes dinner and Coffeehouse admission. Ages: 13 and Up. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 40. The first Monday of every month, a delicious, catered meal will be served before Coffeehouse. Come join your friends and have a great time before tearing up the dance floor at Coffeehouse. Participants must pre-register for the dinner. No registrations will be taken on-site. Registration deadline is the 15th of every month prior to the dinner: May 15, June 15, July 15, August 15, September 15, October 15 and November 15. Sponsored in part by Hy-Vee on West Sixth Street. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIMe DATE LOC FEE 322200 A Dinner M 5:45-7pm 6/7 UPD $25 322200 B Dinner M 5:45-7pm 7/12* FG21 $25 322200 C Dinner M 5:45-7pm 8/2 UPD $25 422200 A Dinner M 5:45-7pm 9/13* FG1&2 $25 422200 B Dinner M 5:45-7pm 10/4 FG21 $25 422200 c Dinner M 5:45-7pm 11/1 FG21 $25 422200 d Dinner M 5:45-7pm 12/6 Fg1&2 $25 * Second Monday of the month due to holidays.
COFFEEHOUSE Fee: $9, at the door or pre-register and have payment portion done prior to arrival. Ages: 13 and Up. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 50. An evening of dancing, refreshments, socialization and live entertainment in a “coffeehouse” atmosphere. Join in on all the fun the first Monday of every month. Some months will have a live band, while other months, music will be provided by a DJ. Participants are strongly encouraged to pre-register. See PreCoffeehouse Dinner for more fun on these special evenings! Registration deadline is the 15th of every month prior to the dinner: May 15, June 15, July 15, August 15, September 15, October 15 and November 15. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 322205 A CHouse M 7-8:30pm 6/7 UPD $9 322205 B CHouse M 7-8:30pm 7/12* FG21 $9 322205 C CHouse M 7-8:30pm 8/2 UPD $9 422205 A CHouse M 7-8:30pm 9/13* Fg1&2 $9 422205 B CHouse M 7-8:30pm 10/4 FG21 $9 422205 c chouse M 7-8:30pm 11/1 FG21 $9 422205 d chouse M 7-8:30pm 12/6 Fg1&2 $9 * Second Monday of the month due to holidays. fundamentals of art Fee includes all supplies. Ages: 13 and Up. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 15. Learn about different art media and crafts. Decorate your home with your projects or wrap your artwork to make great gifts. This class is innovative and creative, and adapted for all artistic abilities. Each session will have a different theme that the project will be based on. (Summer) Section A: Nature Crafts; Section B: Home Decor; Section C: Paper Crafts. (Fall) Section A: Sand Art; Section B: Fall Holidays (Halloween and Thanksgiving); Section C: Ornaments and Gifts. No class 11/23. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 322191 A Nature T 7-8pm 6/1-6/22 CB-AR $30 322191 B decor T 7-8pm 7/6-7/27 CB-AR $30 322191 c Paper T 7-8pm 8/10-8/31 CB-AR $30 422191 A sandart T 7-8pm 9/14-10/5 CB-AR $30 422191 B holidays T 7-8pm 10/12-11/2 CB-AR $30 422191 c orn&gift T 7-8pm 11/9-12/7 CB-AR $30 SOCIAL BOWLING Ages: 13 and Up. Meets at Royal Crest Lanes, Ninth and Iowa streets, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. the third Saturday of every month, unless indicated otherwise (see monthly newsletter). Join the fun, meet new people and try your bowling skills. Includes bowling and shoe rental. Choose an option to meet your needs. NOTE: Silver and Bronze options require pre-registration before the 15th of every month prior to the program: May 15, June 15, July 15, August 15, September 15, October 15 and November 15.
LOC RCL RCL RCL RCL RCL RCL RCL
FEE $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20
Bronze Option — Enrollment Min 5 / Max 10. Bowling only. Fee: $10. Pre-registration and pre-payment are required. No on-site registration will be accepted. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 322302 A BowlBron S 3-5pm 6/19 RCL $10 322302 B BowlBron S 3-5pm 7/17 RCL $10 322302 C BowlBron S 3-5pm 8/21 RCL $10 422302 A BowlBron S 3-5pm 9/18 RCL $10 422302 B BowlBron S 3-5pm 10/16 RCL $10 422302 c BowlBron S 3-5pm 11/20 RCL $10 422302 d BowlBron S 3-5pm 12/18 RCL $10 N.E.W.S. (NUTRITION, EXERCISE, WALKING, SHAPE) Ages: 13 and Up. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 20. Participants will learn how to make some nutritious, delicious snacks and gain new ways to exercise and workout. This class will also help with snack ideas, sack lunches, eating out, breakfast on the go and much more. Exercise options will include cycling (on stationary bikes), yoga, Pilates and much more. You won’t know from week to week what’s next on the schedule — it’s something different every week. No class 7/2. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 322400 A N.E.W.S. R 7-8:30pm 6/3-7/22 ELRC-MR $32 422400 A N.E.W.S. R 7-8:30pm 8/5-9/23 ELRC-MR $32 422400 b N.E.W.S. R 7-8:30pm 9/30-11/18 ELRC-MR $32 ACTING 101 Ages: 13 and Up. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 30. Do you feel like you have some acting skills just built up inside of you, wanting to get out? Now is your time to shine! This class will involve some acting, public speaking, skits, plays and maybe a chance to be a star of a play. Even if you don’t want the spotlight totally on you, there is always a demand for “extras” with every performance. Come join the fun and try something new. We’ll practice lines and dance moves to a play, which will be open to the public during a final performance. Location and time are to be announced. Previous classes performed The Wizard of Oz, Beauty and the Beast and several others. No class 10/4, 11/1. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 422401 A Acting M 6:30-8pm 9/20-11/29 UPD $32 MUSIC APPRECIATION Ages: 13 and Up. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 20. You love to listen to music, dance to your favorite tunes and maybe even sing along to the radio. But if you've ever wanted to try out an instrument and learn to play one, or maybe to learn to sing specific notes and follow along with the music, then this class is for you! The class will explore not only the instrumental and vocal aspects but also where the music comes from that we listen to. No class 7/5, 7/12, 8/2. A music recital will be held 8/30. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 322405 A Music M 7-8pm 6/14-8/30 ELRC-MR $30 SUMMER CAMPS — (SEE YOUTH CAMPS — SUMMER, PAGE 58)
Silver Option — Enrollment Min 5 / Max 20. Bowling and dinner at the bowling alley. Dinner party will be held after bowling at Royal Crest
Lanes. Pre-registration and pre-payment are required. No tration will be accepted. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE 322301 A BowlSilv S 3-5:30pm 6/19 322301 B BowlSilv S 3-5:30pm 7/17 322301 C BowlSilV S 3-5:30pm 8/21 422301 A BowlSilv S 3-5:30pm 9/18 422301 B BowlSilv S 3-5:30pm 10/16 422301 C Bowlsilv S 3-5:30pm 11/20 422301 D Bowlsilv S 3-5:30pm 12/18
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For more information regarding the Adult Sports Division, contact Bob Stanclift, adult sports supervisor, at the Community Building, 115 W. 11th St., at 785-832-7920 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. All team registration material is available on the LPRD Web site, www.lprd.org. Click on “Adult Sports” to find information about all league activities. If you are new to the community or are interested in participating on a team but unable to find an active team on which to play, you can post your information on the “Need a Player/Team” link. Supply your contact information, desired sport, league and level of competition so that teams in need of players can contact you to finish out their rosters. Individual sport league fliers and registration forms are also available at all LPRD facilities prior to each deadline. Start dates for all leagues are dependent on the conclusion of the previous season and are subject to change.
fall adult sports leagues kickball Fees are assessed at a per-team rate on an eight-game schedule. Registration deadline: 6/30. Start date: 8/8. Take yourself back to the playground. Leagues are organized much like our coed softball leagues. Teams will play with 10 people on the field, five men and five women. A 5 percent late fee will be assessed after the registration deadline. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 450400 a coedkick f 6:15-10:15pm 8/13-10/15 tba $215 450400 b coedkick su 1-9pm 8/8-10/10 tba $215 CLASS C — LIMIT OF 1 HOME RUN PER GAME
softball (Slow-pitch) Fees are assessed at a per-team rate. Ten games, except DBH, which is 14 games. Registration deadline: 6/30. Start date: 8/8. Offered for men, women and coed teams with a wide range of skill levels. When a league has more than one division, the lower number indicates a more competitive level. A 5 percent late fee will be assessed after the registration deadline. CLASS A — LIMIT OF 5 HOME RUNS PER GAME
CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC 450200 B mensdbh w 6:15-10:15pm 8/11-10/13 tba 450200 C mensdbh f 6:15-10:15pm 8/13-10/15 tba
FEE $490 $490
CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC 450202 a coed su 1-9pm 8/8-10/10 tba 450202 b coed m 6:15-10:15pm 8/9-10/11 tba 450202 c mens m 6:15-10:15pm 8/9-10/11 tba 450202 d coed t 6:15-10:15pm 8/10-10/12 tba 450202 e mens t 6:15-10:15pm 8/10-10/12 tba 450202 f mens w 6:15-10:15pm 8/11-10/13 tba 450202 g mens r 6:15-10:15pm 8/12-10/14 tba 450202 h mensdbh f 6:15-10:15pm 8/13-10/15 tba 450202 j mens50+ r 6:15-10:15pm 8/12-10/14 tba
FEE $350 $350 $350 $350 $350 $350 $350 $490 $350
CLASS D — NO HOME RUNS ALLOWED IN ANY GAME CLASS B — LIMIT OF 3 HOME RUNS PER GAME
CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC 450201 a coed su 1-9pm 8/8-10/10 tba 450201 b mens m 6:15-10:15pm 8/9-10/11 tba 450201 c mens t 6:15-10:15pm 8/10-10/12 tba 450201 d mensdbh w 6:15-10:15PM 8/11-10/13 tba 450201 E mens r 6:15-10:15PM 8/12-10/14 tba 450201 F mensdbh f 6:15-10:15PM 8/13-10/15 tba 450201 G coed f 6:15-10:15PM 8/13-10/15 tba 450201 H coed w 6:15-10:15PM 8/11-10/13 tba
FEE $350 $350 $350 $490 $350 $350 $490 $350
CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC 450203 a mens w 6:15-10:15pm 8/11-10/13 tba 450203 b mens r 6:15-10:15pm 8/12-10/14 tba 450203 c mensdbh f 6:15-10:15pm 8/13-10/15 tba 450203 d mens m 6:15-10:15pm 8/9-10/11 tba 450203 e mens t 6:15-10:15pm 8/10-10/12 tba
FEE $350 $350 $490 $350 $350
WOMEN’S LEAGUE — NO HOME RUN LIMITS
CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC 450204 a womens1 m 6:15-10:15pm 8/9-10/11 tba 450204 b womens2 m 6:15-10:15pm 8/9-10/11 tba 450204 c womens3 m 6:15-10:15pm 8/9-10/11 tba 450204 d womens4 m 6:15-10:15pm 8/9-10/11 tba
FEE $350 $350 $350 $350
CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE 450205 a mens3p su 1-9pm 8/8-10/10 450205 b coed3p su 1-9pm 8/8-10/10
LOC tba tba
FEE $350 $350
basketball Fees are assessed at a per-team rate. Registration deadline: 9/1. Start date: 10/10. Offered to men and women with a wide range of skill levels; highly competitive and recreational play. Leagues play Sunday through Friday. Games are played at the Community Building and Holcom Park Recreation Center. Leagues are offered as seven-game seasons. When a league has more than one division, the lower division number indicates a more competitive level. A 5 percent late fee will be assessed after the registration deadline.
CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC 450100 a coed w 6-10pm 10/13-12/15 cb-GY 450100 c Mensdiv1 su 5-9pm 10/10-12/12 hp-GY 450100 e mensdiv3 r 7-10pm 10/14-12/16 hp-gy 450100 f mensdiv2 su 5-9pm 10/10-12/12 CB-GY 450100 g mensdiv4 t 6-10pm 10/12-12/14 CB-GY 450100 h mensdiv5 r 6-10pm 10/14-12/16 CB-GY 450100 i womens f 6-10pm 10/15-12/17 CB-GY 450100 j mensdiv6 m 6-10pm 10/11-12/13 CB-GY
FEE $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300
dodgeball Fees are assessed at a per-team rate. Registration deadline: 9/1. Start date: 10/10. Watch out! Can you dodge this? It’s Adult Dodgeball — Men’s and Coed Divisions. Teams consist of six players on the court, three men and three women in Coed play. League play consists of eight games 50 minutes in length. A 5 percent late fee will be assessed after the registration deadline. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 450500 A mensDgb f 6-10pm 10/15-12/17 TBA $150 450500 B MensDgb su 1-6pm 10/10-12/12 TBA $150 450500 C CoedDgb f 6-10pm 10/15-12/17 TBA $150 450500 D coedDgb Su 1-6pm 10/10-12/12 TBA $150 volleyball Fees are assessed at a per-team rate on an eight-game schedule. Registration deadline: 9/1. Start date: 9/27. Offered in women's and coed leagues. Leagues are structured to meet the needs of both the most competitive and the strictly recreational player. Leagues consist of Mixed (M4on4), Women’s Power (WPwr), Women’s Recreation (WRec), Coed Recreation (CRec) and Coed Power (CPwr). Recreation leagues are generally for recreational players with spiking and serving overhand not allowed. When a league has more than one division, the lower division number indicates a more competitive level. A 5 percent late fee will be assessed after the registration deadline. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 450300 a m4on4 t 7-10:30pm 9/28-12/14 HPrc-gy $205 450300 b wpwr1 r 7-10:30pm 9/30-12/16 elrc-gy $205 450300 c wpwr2 r 7-10:30pm 9/30-12/16 elrc-gy $205 450300 d wrec1 m 7-10:30pm 9/27-12/13 HPRC-gy $205 450300 e wrec2 m 7-10:30pm 9/27-12/13 HPRC-gy $205 450300 f cpwr1 w 7-10:30pm 9/29-12/15 HPRC-gy $205 450300 g cpwr2 w 7-10:30pm 9/29-12/15 ELRC-gy $205 450300 h cpwr3 f 7-10:30pm 10/1-12/17 HPRC-gy $205 450300 i crec t 7-10:30pm 9/28-12/14 HPRC-gy $205
winter adult sports leagues basketball Fees are assessed at a per-team rate. Registration deadline: 12/1. Start date: 1/9/11. Offered to men and women with a wide range of skill levels; highly competitive and recreational play. Leagues play Sunday through Friday. Games are played at the Community Building and Holcom Park Recreation Center. Leagues are offered as seven-game seasons. When a league has more than one division, the lower division number indicates a more competitive level. A 5 percent late fee will be assessed after the registration deadline. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 150100 a coed w 6-10pm 1/12-2/23 cb-GY $300 150100 c Mensdiv1 su 5-9pm 1/9-2/20 hp-GY $300 150100 e mensdiv3 r 7-10pm 1/13-2/24 hp-gy $300 150100 f mensdiv2 su 5-9pm 1/9-2/20 CB-GY $300 150100 g mensdiv4 t 6-10pm 1/11-2/22 CB-GY $300 150100 h mensdiv5 r 6-10pm 1/13-2/24 CB-GY $300 150100 i womens f 6-10pm 1/14-2/25 CB-GY $300 150100 j mensdiv6 m 6-10pm 1/10-2/21 CB-GY $300 dodgeball Fees are assessed at a per-team rate. Registration deadline: 12/1. Start date: 1/9/11. Watch out! Can you dodge this? It’s Adult Dodgeball — Men’s and Coed Divisions. Teams consist of six players on the court, three men and three women in Coed play. League play consists of eight games 50 minutes in length. A 5 percent late fee will be assessed after the registration deadline. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 150500 A mensDgb f 6-10pm 1/14-3/4 TBA $150 150500 B coedDgb su 1-4pm 1/9-2/27 TBA $150 150500 c mensDgb su 1-4pm 1/14-3/4 TBA $150 150500 d coedDgb f 6-10pm 1/9-2/27 TBA $150
volleyball Fees are assessed at a per-team rate on an eight-game schedule. Registration deadline: 12/1. Start date: 1/10/11. Offered in women's and coed leagues. Leagues are structured to meet the needs of both the most competitive and the strictly recreational player. Leagues consist of Mixed (M4on4), Women’s Power (WPwr), Women’s Recreation (WRec), Coed Recreation (CRec) and Coed Power (CPwr). Recreation leagues are generally for recreational players with spiking and serving overhand not allowed. When a league has more than one division, the lower division number indicates a more competitive level. A 5 percent late fee will be assessed after the registration deadline. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 150300 a m4on4 t 7-10:30pm 1/11-3/22 HPrc-gy $205 150300 b wpwr1 r 7-10:30pm 1/13-3/24 elrc-gy $205 150300 c wpwr2 r 7-10:30pm 1/13-3/24 elrc-gy $205 150300 d wrec1 m 7-10:30pm 1/10-3/21 HPRC-gy $205 150300 e wrec2 m 7-10:30pm 1/10-3/21 HPRC-gy $205 150300 f cpwr1 w 7-10:30pm 1/12-3/23 HPRC-gy $205 150300 g cpwr2 w 7-10:30pm 1/12-3/23 elrC-gy $205 150300 h cpwr3 f 7-10:30pm 1/14-3/25 HPRC-gy $205 150300 i crec t 7-10:30pm 1/11-3/22 HPRC-gy $205
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www.lprd.org or at any Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department facility depends a great deal on who volunteers to coach and the school the child attends. One-hour practice time will be determined by the coach. Practices will begin in late October. Games will be held on Saturdays, November 6 through December 18, with no games scheduled the week of the Thanksgiving holiday. Game shirts included in fee for 5thand 6th-graders. Registration deadline: Wednesday, September 15. $15 late fee added after deadline. Late registration must be hand-delivered to Holcom Park Recreation Center, 2700 W. 27th St. Scholarship applications available at Holcom Park Recreation Center. Those seeking scholarships need to apply by Wednesday, September 8, for scholarship consideration.
summer youth sports leagues Blastball Ages: 4-5. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 16. Blastball provides an ideal entry level of play for boys and girls who will go on to other advanced levels of the game. A parent is required to participate with their child during each 15-minute, skill-teaching portion prior to each game. Sessions will begin the week of June 1. Blastball will take place indoors at East Lawrence Recreation Center. No session 7/5. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 224300 A Blastb M 5:45-6:45pm 6/7-6/28 ELRC-GY $40 224300 B Blastb M 7-8pm 6/7-6/28 ELRC-GY $40 224300 C Blastb T 5:45-6:45pm 6/1-6/22 ELRC-GY $40 224300 D Blastb T 7-8pm 6/1-6/22 ELRC-GY $40 224300 E Blastb R 5:45-6:45pm 6/3-6/24 ELRC-GY $40 224300 F Blastb R 7-8pm 6/3-6/24 ELRC-GY $40 224300 g blastb m 5:45-6:45pm 7/5-7/26 elrc-gy $40 224300 h blastb t 5:45-6:45pm 6/29-7/20 elrc-gy $40 YOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL Ages: Kindergarten-6th grade (Boys and Girls Leagues). Registration deadline for this program was Thursday, April 8. Late registrations are accepted but need to be taken to Holcom Park Recreation Center, 2700 W. 27th St., Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. There is a $15 late charge for registrations made after April 8. Availability of teams may be limited. Practice to begin the week of May 10. Season runs through August 1. For more information, contact the Youth Sports Division at (785) 832-7940. Registration forms are available online at www.lawrenceks.org/lprd/_youthsports/baseball/2010Baseball.pdf.
all youth sports Forms are available online at
Leagues (code Breakdown) INTRO-K — (boys) Kindergarten/preschool (preschool must be 6 years of age before 8/1/11) INTRO-Kg — (girls) Kindergarten/preschool (preschool must be 6 years of age before 8/1/11) Rk1 — Rookie 1 — 1st-grade boys Rk2 — Rookie 2 — 2nd-grade boys Rkg — Rookie Girls —1st- & 2nd-grade girls Rec3 — Recreation 3 — 3rd-grade boys Rec4 — Recreation 4 — 4th-grade boys Rg — Recreation Girls — 3rd- & 4th-grade girls Jhawk5 — Jayhawk 5 — 5th-grade boys Jhawk6 — Jayhawk 6 — 6th-grade boys Jhg — Jayhawk Girls — 5th- & 6th-grade girls CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC 424401 A Intro-K S TBA 11/6-12/18 TBA 424401 B Intro-Kg S TBA 11/6-12/18 tbA 424401 C Rk1 S TBA 11/6-12/18 TBA 424401 D rk2 s TBA 11/6-12/18 TBA 424401 E Rkg S TBA 11/6-12/18 TBA 424401 F rec3 S TBA 11/6-12/18 TBA 424401 G rec4 S TBA 11/6-12/18 TBA 424401 H rg S TBA 11/6-12/18 TBA 424401 I jhawk5 S TBA 11/6-12/18 TBA 424401 j jhawk6 S TBA 11/6-12/18 TBA 424401 k jhg S TBA 11/6-12/18 TBA
FEE $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $50 $50 $50
fall youth sports leagues
BasketBALL Ages: Kindergarten-6th grade (Boys and Girls Leagues). The objective of the basketball program is to provide an opportunity for children to play basketball in an organized, competitive, yet recreational setting during the school year. Our emphasis will be on teaching the basic skills and fundamentals of basketball. Participants will also learn fair play, teamwork and sportsmanship. Please be sure to indicate school and grade during the 2010-11 school year when filling out registration. Teams and leagues will be formed by current grade level. Not all teams will be made up of children exclusively from the same school. Team assignment
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Youth Camps — Summer
AQUATIC DIVISION WET ’n’ WILD AQUATIC CAMP Ages: 5-12. Enrollment Min 10 / Max 60. Do your kids have the summertime blues? Well, we’ve got the cure! Sign them up for a week of poolside fun with our Wet ’n’ Wild Aquatic Camp. Each day from 8 a.m. to noon we’ll have swimming lessons, summertime crafts, tasty treats, water safety instruction and tons of fun. Plus, at the end of each camp, Mom and Dad are invited to a Friday Pizza Party with the kids! Pre-registration is required for our camps and they fill up quickly, so sign up today. Fee includes healthy snack each day of camp. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 311140 a WETWILD MTWRF 8AM-12PM 7/19-7/23 LOAC $60 311140 b WETWILD MTWRF 8AM-12PM 7/26-7/30 LOAC $60 311140 c WETWILD MTWRF 8AM-12PM 8/2-8/6 LOAC $60
GOLF DIVISION TWO-DAY GOLF CAMP Ages: 11-17. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 20. This academy offers four hours of instruction over two days. The program helps juniors improve, as well as have fun, as they develop fundamentals and sound values. Our program covers putting, chipping, pitching and full-swing techniques. Students will be grouped by age and ability. Beginner instruction is for juniors ages 11 to 17 who have NOT participated in lessons at Eagle Bend Golf Course & Learning Center. Advanced instruction is for juniors ages 11 to 17 who have participated in junior lessons at Eagle Bend in the past. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 360100 A gc-beg WR 8-10AM 6/2-6/3 EBGC $60 360100 b gc-beg WR 8-10AM 6/16-6/17 EBGC $60 360100 c gc-beg WR 8-10AM 7/7-7/8 EBGC $60 360100 d gc-beg WR 8-10AM 7/21-7/22 EBGC $60 360101 A gc-adv WR 4-6PM 9/1-9/2 EBGC $60 360101 b gc-ADV WR 4-6PM 9/15-9/16 EBGC $60 TWO-DAY PEEWEE GOLF CAMP Ages: 6-10. Enrollment Min 5 / Max 10. A program to help juniors improve and have fun developing fundamentals and sound values. Our program covers putting, chipping, pitching and full-swing techniques. Students will be grouped by age and ability. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 360102 A gc-pw WR 10:30-11:30AM 6/2-6/3 EBGC $40 360102 b gc-pw WR 10:30-11:30AM 6/16-6/17 EBGC $40 360102 c gc-pw WR 10:30-11:30AM 7/7-7/8 EBGC $40 360102 d gc-pw WR 10:30-11:30AM 7/21-7/22 EBGC $40
RECREATION INSTRUCTION DIVISION Advanced Game Design — Platform and Arcade Games n Ages: 10-17. Enrollment Min 3 / Max 5. Prerequisite: Video Game Design. This class offers a more advanced look at video game design. It will be offered as an independent study in conjunction with the game design class. Students enrolled will take part in daily challenges and begin working on the development of 3-D games. Students will develop platform and arcade-style games that they can share with their friends and family. Instructor: Youth Tech Inc. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321142 A AdGame MtwR 1-4pm 6/21-6/24 SPRC-SR $180
Crazy Chemistry/Junior Engineers n Ages: 6-12. Enrollment Min 12 / Max 20. In this workshop we investigate the chemical reactions happening all around us every day, in the kitchen, the laundry, the garden, even the walls! Young scientists will build crystals; make sidewalk chalk, bath fizzers and a chromatograph T-shirt; investigate water-absorbing chemicals; and use chemical reactions to make their own ice cream. Young engineers will be building and testing structures out of lots of different materials! They check out pyramids, arches and inflatable beams; test the strength of eggs; and build bridges and skyscrapers. In between, children will have fun playing games and puzzles with shapes and structures. Instructor: Mad Science of Greater Kansas City. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321000 c CrazChem MtwrF 1:30-4:30pm 8/3-8/7 SPRC-FR $130
Creepy Crawly Ecology meets Animal World n Ages: 4-6. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 20. Welcome to the wonderful world outdoors! Use microscopes to investigate plants, animals and insects. Create tie-dye designs using nature’s beautiful colors, and play the role and develop the skills of a naturalist tracking animals in the wild. Thanks to Animal Wonders and their live birds, we will discover the science of ornithology by investigating different species of birds and how they fit into their own niches in the environment. Instructor: Mad Science of Greater Kansas City. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321150 A CreepyCr MtwrF 8:30-11am 7/26-7/30 CB-AR $130 GYMNASTICS CAMP Ages: 6-12. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 12. Experience the thrill of gymnastics — bounce on the trampoline, roll over the bars and hang by the rings. Camp is designed for participants to improve and learn new skills, increase physical fitness and build a positive self-image. If your child loves to jump, flip and defy gravity, this is the perfect camp. Fee includes T-shirt. Instructor: LPRD staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316404 A GYMCAMP TWRF 9-11AM 6/1-6/4 ELRC-MPR $50 316404 B GYMCAMP MTWRF 1-3pM 6/7-6/11 ELRC-MPR $60 316404 C GYMCAMP MTWRF 9-11AM 6/14-6/18 ELRC-MPR $60 316404 d GYMCAMP MTWRF 1-3pM 6/21-6/25 ELRC-MPR $60 316404 e GYMCAMP MTWRF 9-11AM 7/12-7/16 ELRC-MPR $60 Movie Makers n Ages: 10-17. Enrollment Min 3 / Max 15. This hands-on, interactive course will instruct students on the world of digital video design and production. Students will learn concepts that will help them become effective directors of digital video projects. Students enrolled in this course will learn how to create their very own music video. Instructor: Youth Tech Inc. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321140 A MovieMak Mtwr 9am-12pm 6/14-6/17 SPRC-SR $155 Outdoor Explorers n Ages: 4-6. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 20. This camp offers children ages 4 to 6 an exciting introduction to basic environmental science. Each session is devoted to different aspects of the outdoors, allowing children to progressively enrich their understanding of how living things grow and how they interact with the environment around them. During the session, children will perform hands-on experiments, play themed games, and enjoy a snack and story related to the theme for that day. A mural will grow through the course of the program as children illustrate their latest discoveries at the close of each session. Topics: Soil & Seeds; Sun, Wind & Rain; Plants & Leaves; Flowers, Fruits & Vegetables; Butterflies, Ladybugs & Bees. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321152 A OutdEx MtwrF 8:30-11am 6/7-6/11 CB-AR $130 Rockin’ Robots n Ages: 7-13. Enrollment Min 12 / Max 20. Learn about the history of robot design, and how robots sense, decide and carry out tasks. Program a robot to do a series of maneuvers, and participate in robot relays. Build a working robot to take home. Price includes a robot. Instructor: Mad Science of Greater Kansas City. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321000 a RocRob MtwrF 1:30-4:30pm 7/12-7/16 SPRC-FR $150 Sports Skills and Fitness Camp n Ages: 3-6. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 12. When future athletes participate in Stretch-n-Grow’s sports camp, they develop more self-reliance and selfconfidence on an individual level while learning the importance of teamwork, sportsmanship and safety. Using a variety of age-appropriate instructional activities to keep your child’s enthusiasm level high, each 30-minute class focuses on a new sport and its associated skills, including safety, warm-up, sports skills and cool down. The following sports will be included this summer: baseball/softball, track and field, golf, football, soccer, tennis, basketball and volleyball. Fee includes a T-shirt, activity book and use of age-specific sports equipment. Instructor: Stretch-n-Grow. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321160 A Sports T 10:30-11am 6/8-7/27 SPRC-SR $75
Tumbling and Trampoline Camp n Ages: 6-12. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 15. This camp is designed for beginning and intermediate tumblers. Learn all the fundamental skills for both trampoline and tumbling, from basic skills to flipping and twisting. Campers will learn combination bounces, linking skills together in routines as well as individual skill practice. Participants learn body control, aerial awareness, safety and, of course, FUN! This facility is not airconditioned. CODE SEC CLASs DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316451 A TTCamp MtwrF 9-11am 7/5-7/9 GFORCE $80
NATURE DIVISION SCIENCE ADVENTURE CAMPS
TENNIS CAMP Ages: 8-12. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 12. Improve your tennis game in our weeklong tennis camp. The camp will focus on teaching players the fundamentals of the game from serving to strategy, using drills, fun games and the aspects of tennis. This camp is for beginning to advanced players who want to improve their skills in a fun group atmosphere. Fee includes T-shirt. Staff ratio 1-6. Instructor: LPRD staff. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 319155 A tenniscp TWRf 8:30-11am 6/1-6/4 TCL-CT5&6 $60 319155 B tenniscp MTWR 8:30-11am 6/21/6/24 TCL-CT5&6 $60 319155 C tenniscp MTWR 8:30-11am 7/12-7/15 TCL-CT5&6 $60 Trash Today ... Fuel Tomorrow ... Being Green Camp n Ages: 6-12. Enrollment Min 12 / Max 20. Learn about the importance of recycling and alternate energy sources available today or to possibly create for tomorrow. Kids will have fun learning about ecosystems and how important they are to protect. Instructor: Mad Science of Greater Kansas City. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321000 b Green MTWRF 1:30-4:30pm 6/7-6/11 SPRC-FR $130 Video Game Design — New Software n Ages: 10-17. Enrollment Min 3 / Max 15. This course provides students with a fun, interactive look at the world of video game design and development. Students enrolled in this camp will learn the basics of video game design and produce several different interactive video games to share with their friends and family. Instructor: Youth Tech Inc. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321141 A VideoDesi MTWR 1-4pm 6/14-6/17 SPRC-SR $180 321141 b VideoDesi MTWR 1-4pm 6/21-6/24 SPRC-SR $180 Web Design n Ages: 10-17. Enrollment Min 3 / Max 15. This course is an in-depth look at the world of Web design and development. Students enrolled in this session will learn how to build their own Web site from start to finish using Adobe’s award-winning suite of products. The learning for this camp does not end at the door, as students will have access to their Web site with free hosting for one year. Instructor: Youth Tech Inc. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 321143 A WebDesig MTWR 9am-12pm 6/21-6/24 SPRC-SR $170
Cheer and Spirit Camp n Ages: 6-12. Enrollment Min 6 / Max 15. Teamwork is always a key ingre-
prairie survivors Ages: 6-13. Enrollment Min 20 / Max 40. Explore the challenges of the early prairies of Kansas as experienced by Native Americans. Learn how tools were made, what plants and animals were eaten and how people used natural resources for their survival. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 323241 A sciadv MTWRF 9AM-3PM 6/7-6/11 PPNC $80 kid vs. wild Ages: 6-13. Enrollment Min 20 / Max 40. What is your survival IQ? Can you survive the most extreme environments like many animals? You will learn valuable survival skills while exploring the strategies animals use to survive daily life. Learn about navigation, fire building, water purification and how to not get lost. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 323241 b sciadv MTWRF 9AM-3PM 6/14-6/18 PPNC $80 most extreme animals Ages: 6-13. Enrollment Min 20 / Max 40. Who is the fighter pilot of the animal world or the oldest creature on Earth? We will explore the most amazing feats of animals in this camp. Participate in the Animal Olympics to see if you can be as amazing as the most extreme animals. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 323241 c sciadv MTWRF 9AM-3PM 6/21-6/25 PPNC $80 planet explorers Ages: 6-13. Enrollment Min 20 / Max 40. Investigate the habitats of the planet with activities that investigate the different regions of the world. Look at rain forest animals, take an imaginary trip to the desert and explore Kansas’ own prairies. Games, live animals and investigations help you explore the planet. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 323241 d sciadv MTWRF 9AM-3PM 6/28-7/2 PPNC $80 eco-energy adventures Ages: 6-13. Enrollment Min 20 / Max 40. Investigate the possibilities with all kinds of energy. Camp will focus on the power of renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, water, magnetic and electricity. Build a solar oven and windmill, a kite and much more! CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 323241 e sciadv MTWRF 9AM-3PM 7/5-7/9 PPNC $80
CAMPS WITH G-FORCE
Camps are designed for children 6 to 13 years of age. Participants will explore science through outdoor adventures. Each week has a different focus, including wildlife, conservation, outdoor survival, extreme animals and much more. Each camp includes fishing, canoeing and archery. Camp participants will be grouped by age into smaller groups. Live animal programs, games, crafts and lots of science explorations will make this a memorable camp experience.
Youth Camps — Summer
dient in our cheerleading camp. Participants are encouraged to learn the basics of cheerleading while working as a team. Campers will be exposed to dance, cheers, chants, motion drills, jumps and basic stunts in addition to learning techniques of cheerleading. Students will follow a progressive format and learn correct body mechanics while learning these skills. This facility is not air-conditioned. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 316450 A CherCamp MTWRF 9-11am 6/7-6/11 GFORCE $80 316450 B CherCamp MTWRF 9-11am 7/19-7/23 GFORCE $80
Youth Camps — Summer
Where the wild things are Ages: 6-13. Enrollment Min 20 / Max 40. Develop your naturalist skills by learning to identify animal tracks, read wildlife signs and find the secret hiding places of animals in the wild. Learn to identify snakes, bugs and birds. Investigate how important a good habitat is to the survival of animals in the wild. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 323241 f sciadv MTWRF 9AM-3PM 7/12-7/16 PPNC $80
Broken Arrow Park, 2900 Louisiana St. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE FEE 325302 A BrokenPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/1-6/25 $140 325302 B BrokenPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/28-7/23 $140 325302 C BrokenPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/1-6/11 $80 325302 d BrokenPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/14-6/25 $80 325302 E BrokenPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/28-7/9 $80 325302 F BrokenPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 7/12-7/23 $80
creature quest Ages: 6-13. Enrollment Min 20 / Max 40. Hunt for the most extreme animals in nature and find out which need the most protection. This camp will highlight ways that animals are adapted to extreme conditions, wild ways of getting food, and the most bizarre survival techniques. Try your hand at Animal Olympics and find clues to nature’s more endangered critters. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 323241 g sciadv MTWRF 9AM-3PM 7/19-7/23 PPNC $80
South Park, 1141 Massachusetts St. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE FEE 325310 A SPARKPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/1-6/25 $140 325310 B SPARKPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/28-7/23 $140 325310 C SPARKPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/1-6/11 $80 325310 d SPARKPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/14-6/25 $80 325310 E SPARKPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/28-7/9 $80 325310 F SPARKPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 7/12-7/23 $80
planet savers Ages: 6-13. Enrollment Min 20 / Max 40. Want a future job in conservation? Learn about lots of grown-up jobs that make a difference to wildlife and the environment. Meet biologists, conservation officers, wildlife rehabilitators and many more people who work to promote a better environment. Get to try out what they do for a living. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 323241 h sciadv MTWRF 9AM-3PM 7/26-7/30 PPNC $80 naturalists in training Ages: 12-16. Enrollment Min 8 / Max 15. Think you want to work with animals, in a nature center or in a job that helps the environment? Try out being a junior Nature Center staff member for the week. You will help feed and care for the Nature Center animals daily and learn about their natural habitats and behaviors. You will develop naturalist skills such as wildlife and plant identification, tracking, navigating and many more. You will meet professional biologists who work in environmental jobs. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 323241 i sciadv MTWRF 9AM-3PM 8/2-8/6 PPNC $80
SPECIAL EVENTS DIVISION Neighborhood Playgrounds Ages: 5-12. Now offering monthly (sections A and B) and biweekly (sections C through F) enrollment options. An exciting neighborhood activity program planned for children. Activities include trips, special events, swimming, games and contests. Specialists will visit the playground each week to work in the areas of nature, arts and crafts. Playground supervisors will request parental consent in writing before allowing a child to leave a playground. Weekly schedules will be available at each playground. Playgrounds are open Monday through Friday. No camp 7/5. Pre-registration is required. For more information, contact Duane Peterson, special events supervisor, at 832-7940. Edgewood Park, Maple Lane and Miller Drive CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE FEE 325304 A EDGEWPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/1-6/25 $140 325304 B EDGEWPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/28-7/23 $140 325304 C EDGEWPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/1-6/11 $80 325304 d EDGEWPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/14-6/25 $80 325304 E EDGEWPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/28-7/9 $80 325304 F EDGEWPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 7/12-7/23 $80
Holcom Park, 27th Street and Lawrence Avenue CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE FEE 325307 A HOLCOMPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/1-6/25 $140 325307 B HOLCOMPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/28-7/23 $140 325307 C HOLCOMPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/1-6/11 $80 325307 d HOLCOMPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/14-6/25 $80 325307 E HOLCOMPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/28-7/9 $80 325307 F HOLCOMPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 7/12-7/23 $80
Sunflower School, 2521 Inverness Drive CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE FEE 325303 A sflwrPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/1-6/25 $140 325303 B sflwrPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/28-7/23 $140 325303 C SFLWRPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/1-6/11 $80 325303 d SFLWRPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/14-6/25 $80 325303 E SFLWRPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 6/28-7/9 $80 325303 F SFLWRPG MTWRF 9AM-12PM / 1-4PM 7/12-7/23 $80
SUMMER FOOD PROGRAM The Lawrence Summer Food Program will offer free meals to ALL youth between the ages of 1 and 18, June 1-August 6. Locations and times for meals are as follows: East Lawrence Recreation Center, 1245 E. 15th St. June 7-August 6 (excluding July 5) Breakfast from 8:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. Lunch from noon to 1 p.m. South Park Recreation Center, 1141 Massachusetts St. June 7-August 6 (excluding July 5) Lunch only from noon to 1 p.m. Central Junior High School, 1400 Massachusetts St. June 1-24, Monday-Thursday Breakfast from 8 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Lunch from 11:30 a.m. to noon Edgewood, 1600 Haskell Ave. June 7-August 6 (excluding July 5) Lunch only from noon to 1 p.m. Broken Arrow Park, 2900 Louisiana St. June 7-August 6 (excluding July 5) Lunch only from noon to 1 p.m. Adults must accompany anyone under the age of 4. Adults may purchase breakfast for $1.75 and lunch for $3. For more information, please contact K-State Research and Extension of Douglas County at 843-7058.
FUN DAYS OF SUMMER Ages: 5-12. If you are bored at home and have nothing to do, come join us for some exciting activities before school starts back up. Activities include arts and crafts, field trips, swimming, movies and games. For more information, contact Duane Peterson, special events supervisor, at 8327940. Health forms must be on file. Bring a brown-bag lunch. Water will be provided. Registration deadline: Friday, July 23, 6:30 p.m. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 325350 A FunDays MTWRF 8:30am-3:30pm 7/26-7/30 HPRC $62 325350 B FunDays MTWRF 8:30am-3:30pm 7/26-7/30 SP $62
SPECIAL POPULATIONS DIVISION UNIFIED DAY CAMP This is a fully integrated camp for youth with and without disabilities. Register for a week at a time or for the entire summer. Youths gain socialization, exercise, integration and the opportunity to have a summer filled with friends and fun. Eight one-week sessions from noon to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. A structured program with different activities scheduled weekly. Itinerary of daily activities includes: Monday and Wednesday activities at centers; music, dancing, basketball, acting, arts and crafts; Tuesdays and Thursdays swimming at the Outdoor Aquatic Center; and Fridays going on in-town field trips. Children must be registered at least one week in advance or for the entire summer. Staff to child ratio is 1-4.
This is NOT one-on-one. Parents are encouraged to send attendants for those participants who need additional assistance. Bring a sack lunch daily or utilize the Lawrence Summer Food Program available at both sites. Junior Camp is for ages 5 to 12, located at ELRC; Senior Camp is for ages 13 to 21, located at the Community Building. No camp 7/2, 7/5. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 322201 A UNIDAYJR MTWRF 12-4PM 6/7-6/11 ELRC $45 322202 A UNIDAYSR MTWRf 12-4PM 6/7-6/11 CB $45 322201 B UNIDAYJR MTWRf 12-4PM 6/14-6/18 ELRC $45 322202 B UNIDAYSR MTWRf 12-4PM 6/14-6/18 CB $45 322201 C UNIDAYJR MTWRf 12-4PM 6/21-6/25 ELRC $45 322202 C UNIDAYSR MTWRf 12-4PM 6/21-6/25 CB $45 322201 D UNIDAYJR MTWRf 12-4PM 6/28-7/1 ELRC $36 322202 D UNIDAYSR MTWRf 12-4PM 6/28-7/1 CB $36 322201 E UNIDAYJR MTWRf 12-4PM 7/6-7/9 ELRC $36 322202 E UNIDAYSR MTWRf 12-4PM 7/6-7/9 CB $36 322201 F UNIDAYJR MTWRf 12-4PM 7/12-7/16 ELRC $45 322202 F UNIDAYSR MTWRf 12-4PM 7/12-7/16 CB $45 322201 G UNIDAYJR MTWRf 12-4PM 7/19-7/23 ELRC $45 322202 G UNIDAYSR MTWRf 12-4PM 7/19-7/23 CB $45 322201 H UNIDAYJR MTWRf 12-4PM 7/26-7/30 ELRC $45 322202 H UNIDAYSR MTWRf 12-4PM 7/26-7/30 CB $45
END OF SUMMER FLINGS Ages: 5-12. Last days of fun and exciting events and activities. You don’t want to miss the fun before school starts. Activities will include arts and crafts, field trips, swimming, movies and a variety of games. For more information, contact Duane Peterson, special events supervisor, at 8327940. Must fill out registration and health forms. Bring a brown-bag lunch. Water will be provided. Registration deadline: Friday, July 30, 6:30 p.m. CODE SEC CLASS DAY TIME DATE LOC FEE 325351 A FunDays MTWRF 8:30am-3:30pm 8/2-8/6 HPRC $62 325351 B FunDays MTWRF 8:30am-3:30pm 8/2-8/6 SP $62
Tree Identification Walk – 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., South Park, 1141 Massachusetts St. South Park Butterfly & Rose gardens, Downtown Japanese Friendship Garden – 12:30 p.m. and 3 p.m., South Park, 1141 Massachusetts St. Worlds of Fun/Oceans of Fun Lawrence Parks and Recreation offers Worlds of Fun/Oceans of Fun single-day passes at discounted rates. Passes may be purchased at the LPRD Administrative Office, 947 New Hampshire St., Suite 200B (above PepperJax Grill), Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. All transactions to be in cash only, please. No checks or credit cards are accepted. Tickets are discounted from the gate price. Worlds of Fun Single-day Passes: $30 per person/single day Worlds of Fun is open on the following schedule: April 12-May 4: Weekends only May 10-August 24: Daily August 30-September 21: Weekends only September 26-November 2: Weekends only Oceans of Fun Single-day Passes: $25 per person/single day Oceans of Fun is open on the following schedule: May 24-August 24: Daily August 30-September 7: Weekends only RIDE and SLIDE $45 per person, both parks, same day or used over two days Ticket sales will end Friday, September 3. Children ages 2 years and under are admitted free. Operating dates, hours and prices are subject to change. Call 785-832-3450 for more information or visit www.worldsoffun.com.
Xeriscape By Design Wednesday, April 14, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Union Pacific Depot, 402 N. Second St. Learn how to design attractive, low water-using landscapes for existing and new areas. The session is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the Parks and Recreation Department’s Administrative Office at (785) 832-3450. Xeriscape garden party Thursday, July 1, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Lawrence Rotary Arboretum, 5100 W. 27th St. Stop by the Rotary Arboretum and Waterwise Garden area and learn about Xeriscaping. Take a guided tour and learn how a landscape can be colorful and save water. The party is free and open to the public. The Waterwise Xeriscape Garden is a joint collaboration of Parks and Recreation and the city’s Utilities Department. For more information, please contact the Parks and Recreation Department’s Administrative Office at (785) 832-3450. Garden stroll and tree tracking Tuesday, September 21, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Lawrence Rotary Arboretum, 5100 W. 27th St. Stop by the Rotary Arboretum and Waterwise Garden area and learn about Xeriscaping. The tree trek and garden stroll is designed for the public to learn more about Waterwise gardening methods using native plans as well as adapted trees for Kansas. The Waterwise Xeriscape Garden is a joint collaboration of Parks and Recreation and the city’s Utilities Department. For more information, please contact the Parks and Recreation Department’s Administrative Office at (785) 832-3450. WOODCHIP SALE Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department holds two woodchip sales a year. Dates include Thursday to Saturday, October 7-9. Hours will be: • Thursday, October 7 — 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. • Friday, October 8 — 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. • Saturday, October 9 — 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The woodchip sale takes place at the LPRD Forestry Division facility at 1420 E. 11th St. The sale is held rain or shine. Cost is $10 per pickup load; the price will be more for larger trucks. The woodchip sale is held to eliminate woodchips generated by the department throughout the year. Parks and Recreation doesn’t purchase mulch; instead it recycles trees that are cut down throughout the city. The trees are then run through a chipper and used as mulch.
LAWRENCE CEMETERIES The city’s Parks and Recreation Department operates Oak Hill, Maple Grove and Memorial Park Cemeteries. Space is available at no charge for veterans in our Veterans Plot. For fees and further information, contact
the cemetery office located in Memorial Park Cemetery, 1517 E. 15th St., Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. or call (785) 832-7955.
earth day activities Saturday, April 17. Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department will take part in Earth Day activities. The following are the scheduled events sponsored by the Horticulture and Forestry Divisions.
WOOD DEBRIS DROP-OFF Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department has a drop-off for wood debris from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays, April 10 through November 13, at 1420 E. 11th St. The fee is $5 per truckload. No leaves are accepted at this site. Integrated pest management In 2008, an Integrated Pest Management program was created by the department with input from the public. An IPM Policy Manual was created as an ongoing working document for the department. The manual can be found at www.lawrenceks.org/lprd/ipm/ipm.pdf. If you have questions regarding the Integrated Pest Management program or the IPM Policy Manual, please call Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department’s Administrative Office at (785) 832-3450. FRIENDS OF THE PARK Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department annually recognizes individuals, groups, organizations and businesses making contributions in support of department programs, activities and developments through the Friends of the Park Program. Gifts range from equipment and program support to land for park development. Donations to the Wee Folks Scholarship Fund and the Memorial Tree Program, as well as other gift-in-kind services, are also included in the recognition program. A separate recognition, Friends of Stretch, has been developed for volunteers donating service to department activities and programs. For more information or to make a contribution, please contact the LPRD Administrative Office at (785) 832-3450 or email@example.com. Larger gifts for Parks and Recreation are also accepted through the Douglas County Community Foundation. KEEP IT SAFE Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department makes safety a primary concern with its facilities, parks and trails. We suggest the following precautions to ensure safety for all: • Be aware of your surroundings. • Get to know your neighborhood and community parks (entrances and access points, sight lines, walkways and distance to destination points). • Jog, hike or bike with a friend. • Carry a cell phone (if possible). • Stay in well-lit areas at night. • Avoid remote areas of the park. • Keep your car keys ready when approaching your car in a parking lot. • Stay in an area where you can see others involved in park activities. • Avoid travel in areas where groups may be mingling that may make you uncomfortable. • Avoid shrubbery/landscaping that might hide sight lines and good visibility. • Avoid heavily wooded areas when hiking or biking alone. • Educate children about talking to strangers and all other park safety rules. • Know where and how to report any suspicious activities to police. • Place valuables (purses, watches, billfolds, etc.) out of sight or in the trunk when leaving your car unattended while on trails or in parks. If you have concerns about any of our parks, trails or facilities, please let us know at (785) 832-3450. park and path map available Lawrence Parks and Recreation encourages everyone to go outside and enjoy the city’s parks, trails and open spaces. Copies of the Park and Path Map may be picked up at any Parks and Recreation facility. It also may be found at www.lawrenceks.org/lprd/_parks/trailmap.pdf. We encourage everyone to follow the “Keep It Safe” practices listed in this section when visiting city parks, trails and facilities.
SHELTER RENTAL AND FACILITY RENTAL fliers available Lawrence Parks and Recreation has facilities and shelters available for rent when you’re planning your organization’s next meeting, your child’s birthday party, your family reunion or get-togethers. Copies of both fliers are available at all Parks and Recreation facilities. Information may also be found in the Recreation Facilities section of this Activities Guide. For more information about shelter or facility rentals, please contact the
Recreation Facilities Division, located within the Community Building, 115 W. 11th St., at (785) 832-7920. WEE FOLKS SCHOLARSHIP FUND In 1996, the Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department continued its commitment to the citizens of Lawrence through the establishment of the Wee Folks Scholarship Fund. The Wee Folks Scholarship Fund guarantees youth the opportunity to participate in department activities and programs regardless of economic condition and ensures their participation in activities that have a positive impact on their personal development. Donations to the Wee Folks Scholarship Fund go directly to scholarships for youth (with and without disabilities) to participate in department activities, programs and camps. Lawrence Parks and Recreation is committed to providing an outlet for youth to participate and develop positive, life-enhancing skills, which will help keep them out of trouble and from developing behaviors that endanger themselves and others. Since the establishment of the Wee Folks Scholarship Fund, Lawrence Parks and Recreation has awarded scholarships averaging more than $15,000 yearly. Your gift to the Wee Folks Scholarship Fund will ensure the department’s mission to “never turn a child away for the inability to pay.” For more information or to make a contribution, contact LPRD, P.O. Box 708, Lawrence, KS 66044, at (785) 832-3450. tee sign sponsorships available Eagle Bend Golf Course & Learning Center, 1250 E. 902 Road, has opportunities for businesses to advertise on the tee signs at each of the 18 holes on the course. Each hole’s sign features the hole layout, yardage from each tee marker, the Eagle Bend logo and a 12” x 12” sign to advertise your business. For more information, please contact John Morris, golf operations supervisor, at (785) 748-0600 or Roger Steinbrock, marketing supervisor, at (785) 832-3458. adopt-a-park program Participate in Parks and Recreation’s Adopt-A-Park program and assist with keeping city parks clean and free of trash and debris. Organizations, groups and families are invited to participate. Each group is asked to pick up trash and debris a minimum of four times during a calendar year. Groups may also select the park (depending on availability) to adopt. For more information, please contact Robert Wilson at the Community Building at (785) 832-3450. volunteers Want to volunteer with the Parks and Recreation Department? We offer many opportunities to get involved! From youth coaches to assisting with city landscaping, there’s something for everyone. Volunteers working with youth will be screened through a background check process. For more information, please contact the Parks and Recreation Department’s Administrative Office, 947 New Hampshire St., Suite 200B, at (785) 832-3450. gift certificates Don’t know what to get that special someone? Why not give them something fun that will help keep them active. A Lawrence Parks and Recreation gift certificate is the perfect gift! A gift certificate can be purchased in any amount and may be used to participate in any activity, program or class. Please contact Parks and Recreation at (785) 832-7920. Nature Center gift shop Prairie Park Nature Center’s Gift Shop, 2730 Harper St., offers items of nature. Books on birding, clothing, rocks, games and puzzles will help you “get wild.” For more information, please contact Prairie Park Nature Center at (785) 832-7980. Sponsorship opportunity Want to help support Parks and Recreation and also get your business name out? Lawrence Parks and Recreation has many opportunities for you to promote your business. The Parks and Recreation Sponsorship Program includes banners at recreation facilities and baseball fields, sponsoring a concert of the Lawrence City Band and naming rights at South Park Wading Pool. Your support not only helps promote your business but also shows community support of its programs and activities. To find out more information, please contact Roger Steinbrock, Marketing Division, at (785) 832-3450 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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COOKING 101 Fee: $85 per person (couples $150), includes cookbook, chef’s knife, dial instant-read thermometer, food and instruction Through the K-State Research and Extension in Douglas County, Extension Master Food Volunteers will again offer a basic cooking course. In this seven-class, hands-on course, participants will practice basic cooking techniques and prepare and sample a variety of dishes. Presentations will be given on a variety of topics, including healthy eating, knife skills, kitchen safety, slow cooking and meal planning. The class will meet from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays from October 5 to November 16 at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds, Building 21, 21st and Harper streets. Class registration and payment will be accepted through September 17 at the Extension office at the fairgrounds or online at www.douglas.ksu.edu. For more information, contact Susan Krumm at 785-843-7058 or email@example.com. SQUARE DANCING Learn modern western square dancing with a wonderful instructor and experienced dancers to guide you. Square dancing combines exercise of the mind and body in a fun-filled, friendly atmosphere and is a perfect activity to share with your spouse or partner. Lessons begin September 13 on Monday evenings at 7 p.m. Call Lynn or Sherry Brun at 785-3127105 or see www.HappyTimeSquares.com for location details or other information. Couples preferred. Ad Astra Ball Celebrate Kansas’ 150th birthday during the Ad Astra Ball on March 19, 2011. The Civil War-era ball will feature live music, caller, refreshments, a photographer and a children’s room. There will also be a same-day dance class, sutlers area, ladies’ tea, silent auction and formal dinner in Historic Downtown Lawrence. Registration fee is $35 if registered by December 19, 2010. After December 19, registration fee is $45. Register online at www.adastraball.org or call 785-424-3752 for more information. LAWRENCE TENNIS ASSOCIATION The Lawrence Tennis Association is a community tennis organization through which the city’s adult leagues and tournaments are run. Dupont World Team Tennis Leagues WTT leagues have two men and two women on a team. They compete against other teams in one set of Men’s Doubles and Singles, one set of Women’s Doubles and Singles, and two sets of Mixed Doubles. Rostered members must have current LTA and WTT memberships. League winners advance to regionals. World Team Tennis Leagues run April through September at the Lawrence Tennis Center, at the corner of Louisiana Street and Greever Terrace. For more information, contact Bud Pettit at firstname.lastname@example.org or 785-865-6354. USTA Heart of America Adult Teams Rostered members must have current LTA and USTA memberships and current NTRP Ratings. League winners can advance to sectionals. The USTA-sponsored Lawrence Adult Open Tournament is June 11-13 at the Tennis Center. For more information, contact Bud Pettit at email@example.com or 785-865-6354.
Tour of Lawrence The second annual Tour of Lawrence will be held July 2-4. The Tour of Lawrence is a multi-day competitive cycling event sanctioned by USA Cycling that includes races, children’s races and events, and live music. For more information, visit www.touroflawrence.com. The Mass. Street Mile by Garry Gribble’s Running Sports is one event of the tour and will take place at 10 a.m. on Sunday, July 4. Runners will use the Downtown Criterium route. Three divisions will be offered — Men’s Open, Women’s Open and 18 & Under. For more information, visit www.massstreetmile.com. An event for kids is the Kids’ Bike Race sponsored by Growing Smiles Pediatric Dentistry. This free event will take place at 11 a.m. on Sunday, July 4, at Ninth and Massachusetts streets. Children of all ages are welcome to participate. Children will race down Massachusetts Street on their big wheels, tricycles or bicycles. Distances will be according to age. All race participants will receive free medals, ice cream and three chances to win a $100 gift certificate from Cycle Works. For more information on this race and other races during the weekend, visit www.touroflawrence. com/schedule.html. Kansas Relays The 2010 Kansas Relays will be held April 14-17 at the Jim Hershberger Track at Memorial Stadium, 1101 Maine St. Visit http://www.kuathletics. com/auto_pdf/p_hotos/s_chools/kan/sports/c-relay/auto_pdf/2010_ relays_schedule for the tentative schedule of events. NATURE CLUBS Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department and Outside for a Better Inside are formulating nature clubs for families in Lawrence. The clubs will periodically hold programs in area parks to expose the whole family to nature and the fun that can be had outdoors. From walking a trail in Riverfront Park to a bird-watching activity, every member of the family can take part. Club meeting dates, schedules and times, as well as the programs desired, will be developed as the member families join groups. To participate in these pilot program clubs, please go to www.lawrenceks.org/lprd/natureclub to register. For more information, please contact Roger Steinbrock, marketing supervisor, at 785-832-3450.
LTA Junior Team Tennis Game-based-approach class with drills for 45 minutes and coached
live play for 45 minutes by two USPTA professionals. Players will work on fundamentals and court strategy during drills, and will transition to execution during match play. The LTA/Douglas County Closed Tournament is September 24-26. For more information, contact Kristy at Kristeenelliott@hotmail.com.
30th Annual Kansas State Fiddling and Picking It is time to mark your calendars for the 30th Annual Kansas State Fiddling and Picking Championship, August 20-22, at South Park in downtown Lawrence. The weekend of traditional acoustic music includes workshops, concerts, dancing and competition for all ages. The Sunday contests are free to the public. Starting at noon, there will be free concerts, great food and special activities. The state’s top musicians play for prizes and bragging rights in fiddle (featuring a separate youth and senior division), flat-pick guitar, fingerpick guitar, mandolin and banjo, ensemble folk singing and miscellaneous acoustic instruments. Watch www.kansasfiddlingandpicking.com for details on performers, contest registration and other event details.
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RECREATION CENTERS Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department operates four recreation centers within the community. The recreation centers are FREE to the public; there are no memberships required. Each facility has space available for rent (see Facility Rentals, page 62). Below are listings of each facility and the recreational activities they provide. Activities and/or facility reservations may alter Open Gym hours listed.
Community building 115 W. 11th St. • (785) 832-7920 The facility features: Locker/shower facilities Full-size gymnasium Weight room Cardiovascular workout room
Open Gym hours 7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. (Mon-Fri) 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Tue, Thu) 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Sat) Noon to 4:30 p.m. (Sun)
Hours of operation 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Mon-Fri) 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Sat) 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. (Sun)
Toddler Open Gym hours** 10:30 a.m. to noon (Mon, Wed, Fri) After-school Open Gym hours* 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. (Mon-Fri)
east lawrence recreation center 1245 E. 15th St. • (785) 832-7950 The facility features: Locker/shower facilities Full-size gymnasium Weight room Cardiovascular equipment Game ares (billiards, Ping-Pong) Hours of operation 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Mon-Fri) 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Sat) 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. (Sun)
Walking hours 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. (Mon-Fri) Pickleball Free Play 10 a.m. to noon (Tue, Thu, Fri) Open Gym hours 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Mon, Wed) Noon to 3 p.m. (Tue, Thu, Fri) 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Sat) 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. (Sun) After-school Open Gym hours* 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. (Mon-Fri)
holcom park recreation center 2700 W. 27th St. • (785) 832-7940 The facility features: Locker/shower facilities Full-size gymnasium Racquetball/handball court Weight room Cardiovascular equipment Games room (billiards, foosball, Ping-Pong)
Walking hours 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. (Mon-Fri) 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (Tue, Thu)
Hours of operation 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Mon-Fri) 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Sat) 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. (Sun)
After-school Open Gym hours* 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. (Mon-Fri)
Open Gym hours 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Mon-Fri) 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Sat) 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. (Sun)
*After-school Open Gym is available for children ages 7 to 18 years old. Staff cannot retain children who wish to leave. **Toddler Open Gym is for kids 6 years old and younger. It starts the third week in September and runs through the second week in May. $1 per child, per visit.
ALL RECREATION CENTER WEIGHT ROOMS, GAME ROOMS, EQUIPMENT AND OPEN GYMNASIUM TIMES ARE AVAILABLE TO ALL CITIZENS AT NO COST. PLEASE VISIT RECREATION CENTER FOR OPEN GYMNASIUM SCHEDULE.
South Park Recreation Center is only used for class programming and rentals.
For more information regarding recreation facilities, contact Tim Laurent, facility operations supervisor, at the Community Building, 115 W. 11th St.; 832-7920; or firstname.lastname@example.org. NOTE: Open Gym hours are subject to change without notice.
Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department operates and maintains public park shelters throughout the community’s 52 parks. Citizens can reserve them from April 15 through October 30, weather permitting. Reservations are taken one year in advance of the date being requested. All shelter/gazebo reservation requests must be received two working days (Mon-Fri) prior to the date requested.
There are also shelters located at Deerfield Park, Brook Creek Park and John Taylor Park that are available on a first-come/first-serve basis and are not on the reserve list. Reservations for outdoor shelters and indoor facilities are taken at any of the department’s recreational facilities. For large events, you must apply for a Special Use Permit prior to reservation approval. For questions regarding shelter rentals and their availability, call 832-7920.
shelter rental fees Half-day Rental $30 (between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. or 4 p.m. and 9 p.m.) $40 Centennial Park Shelter (due to shelter size)
Full-day Rental $60 (from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.) $75 Centennial Park Shelter (due to size)
BROKEN ARROW SHELTER
CLINTON PARK SHELTER
PRAIRIE PARK SHELTER
2900 Louisiana St. Capacity: 100-120 individuals Amenities: lights, electricity, BBQ grill, picnic tables, drinking fountain and restrooms Other Features in Park: Playground equipment, sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits, tennis court and other areas for recreational activities.
901 W. Fifth St. Capacity: 60-65 individuals Amenities: lights, electricity, BBQ grill, picnic tables, drinking fountain and restrooms Other Features in Park: Playground equipment, basketball court and other areas for recreational activities.
2811 Kensington Road, adjacent to Prairie Park Elementary School Capacity: 60-70 individuals Amenities: BBQ grill, lights, picnic tables, electricity, drinking fountain and restrooms Other Features in Park: Playground equipment, basketball court and access to trails at Mary’s Lake.
BURCHAM PARK SHELTER
“DAD” PERRY PARK NORTH SHELTER
200 Indiana St. Capacity: 45-50 individuals Amenities: BBQ grill, picnic tables, electricity, drinking fountain and restrooms Other Features in Park: Playground equipment and other areas for recreational activity. Also connected to a hike/bike path.
Harvard and Parkside roads Capacity: 90-100 individuals Amenities: lights, electricity, BBQ grill, picnic tables and restrooms Other Features in Park: Playground equipment, soccer field, other areas for recreational activities, connection to trails.
CENTENNIAL PARK EAST SHELTER
“DAD” PERRY PARK WEST SHELTER
600 Rockledge Road Capacity: 140-150 individuals Amenities: lights, electricity, BBQ grill, picnic tables, drinking fountain and restrooms Other Features in Park: A 40’ X 30’ walkout deck, playground equipment and is located next to a disc golf course.
1200 Monterey Way Capacity: 50 individuals Amenities: lights, electricity, BBQ grill, picnic tables and restrooms Other Features in Park: Playground equipment, sand volleyball court, tennis court, basketball court, access to trail around the park.
CENTENNIAL PARK WEST SHELTER
HOBBS PARK SHELTER
600 Rockledge Road Capacity: 40 individuals Amenities: lights, electricity, BBQ grill, picnic tables and restrooms Other Features in Park: Skate park and disc golf course.
CLINTON LAKE OUTLET PARK WEST SHELTER 1316 E. 902 Road Capacity: 40-50 individuals Amenities: BBQ grill, picnic tables, water and restrooms Other Features in Park: Playground equipment, horseshoe pit, sand volleyball court and areas for recreational activities.
CLINTON LAKE OUTLET PARK EAST SHELTER
HOLCOM PARK SHELTER 2700 W. 27th St., adjacent to Holcom Park Recreation Center Capacity: 60-70 individuals Amenities: lights, BBQ grill, picnic tables, electricity, drinking fountain and restrooms Other Features in Park: Handicap accessible playground equipment, basketball court, sand volleyball court, baseball/softball fields, handball court and tennis court.
LYONS PARK SHELTER 700 N. Lyon St. Capacity: 60-65 individuals Amenities: lights, BBQ grill, picnic tables, electricity, drinking fountain and restrooms Other Features in Park: Playground equipment, baseball/softball fields, basketball court and tennis court.
1. Shelters and gazebos may be reserved from April 15 to October 30. 2. All reservation requests must be received two working days (Mon-Fri) prior to the date requested. 3. Public parks within the city will be open daily to the public from 6 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. (Burcham Park: 5 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.) (City Code 15-208) 4. Cereal Malt Beverages (3.2 beer) are allowed in public parks. (City Code 4-203c3) 5. Dogs and cats in public parks must be kept on a leash at all times. (City Code 3-107, 3-202) 6. Fires in parks require a permit, except in designated BBQ pits. (City Code 8-207.25) 7. Persons reserving shelters and gazebos shall be responsible for the clean up. Glass bottles are discouraged in parks. (City Code 14-109) 8. Public events in parks require a permit granted by Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department. (City Code 15-207)
We also have shelters at Deerfield Park, Brook Creek Park and John Taylor Park available for public use.
1316 E. 902 Road Capacity: 40-50 individuals Amenities: BBQ grill, picnic tables, water and restrooms Other Features in Park: Playground equipment, horseshoe pit, sand volleyball court and areas for recreational activities.
702 E. 11th St. Capacity: 40-50 individuals Amenities: electricity, BBQ grill, picnic tables and drinking fountain Other Features in Park: Baseball/softball field, basketball court, playground equipment and the historic Murphy-Bromelsick House.
GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR SHELTERS
gazebos Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department operates and maintains two gazebos within the community parks. Rental of gazebos can be done after January 1 for the reservation period of April 15 through October 30, weather permitting. All shelter/gazebo reservation requests must be received two working days (Mon-Fri) prior to the date requested. Reservations for gazebos are taken at any of the department’s recreational facilities. For large events, you must apply for a Special Use Permit prior to reservation approval. For questions regarding shelter rentals and their availability, call 832-7920.
SOUTH PARK GAZEBO (William Kelly Bandstand) 1141 Massachusetts St. Capacity: 20-30 individuals Amenities: lights, electricity, benches, drinking fountain and restrooms Other Features in Park: As Lawrence’s first park, it includes a wonderful flower garden, playground equipment and other areas for recreational activities.
WATSON PARK GAZEBO Sixth and Kentucky streets Capacity: 10-15 individuals Amenities: lights, electricity, tables, BBQ grill, drinking fountain and benches Other Features in Park: A wonderful view, a beautiful flower garden, basketball court, aquatic center and playground equipment.
LAWRENCE ROTARY ARBORETUM GAZEBO 5100 W. 27th St. Capacity: 6-10 individuals Amenities: lights, electricity, table and benches Other Features in Park: A wonderful view of the arboretum, pergola, Xeriscape Garden and pond. A small stage is also near the gazebo, as well as a small stream with cascading waterfalls.
gazebo rental fees Two-hour Rental $25 (between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. or 4 p.m. and 9 p.m.) Half-day Rental $40 (from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. or 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.) Full-day Rental $75 (from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.)
other facility rental space Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department provides rental space within the Lawrence community’s recreational facilities. Reservations for meeting rooms and other rental spaces can be completed 90 days from the day of rental (except for the Lawrence Union Pacific Depot, which can be completed one year in advance of the date requested). All reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance of the date requested.
For groups handling their own set up/take down, the reservation (at the time of booking) needs to reflect the additional time needed to accommodate set up and take down (this includes catering, DJs, bands or any other accommodations).
Should your event require set up or take down, LPRD charges additional fees for the service. Fees are assessed depending on number of guests at an event: for up to 49 people, there is a $30 set-up/take-down fee; 50 to 99 people, the fee is $50; and for more than 100 people, the fee is $100.
There are small and large rooms, and gymnasium space available for renting. See room availability and fee schedule for each facility below. Reservations for facility rental spaces are taken at any of the department’s recreational facilities. For large events, you must apply for a Special Use Permit prior to reservation being approved. For information regarding facility rentals and their availability, call 832-7920.
HOLCOM PARK RECREATION CENTER
115 W. 11th St. • 832-7920 Space available for rent: Gymnasium ($35 per hour) 1/2 Gymnasium ($20 per hour) Community Room 1* ($25 per hour) Community Room 2 ($20 per hour) Community Rooms 1 and 2* ($40 per hour) Dance studio ($20 per hour) *includes kitchen with stove, oven and refrigerator.
2700 W. 27th St. • 832-7940 Space available for rent: Gymnasium ($35 per hour) 1/2 Gymnasium ($20 per hour) Wayne Bly Room* ($25 per hour) Bly Room (South half) ($15 per hour) Bly Room (North half)* ($15 per hour) *includes kitchen with stove top, microwave oven and refrigerator
Facility reservations can be made on a space-available basis. To find out more details about the Community Building rental space availability, contact us at 832-7920. Reservations for facility rentals may be made at the Community Building during the following office hours: 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. (Mon-Fri) and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Sat).
EAST LAWRENCE RECREATION CENTER 1245 E. 15th St., 832-7950 Space available for rent: Gymnasium ($35 per hour) 1/2 Gymnasium ($20 per hour) Meeting Room* ($25 per hour) *includes kitchen with stove, oven and refrigerator
Facility reservations can be made on a space-available basis. To find out more details about the East Lawrence Recreation Center rental space availability, contact us at 832-7950. Reservations for facility rentals may be made at the East Lawrence Recreation Center during office hours: 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. (Mon-Fri) and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Sat).
Facility reservations can be made on a space-available basis. To find out more details about the Holcom Park Recreation Center rental space availability, contact us at 832-7940. Reservations for facility rentals may be made at the Holcom Park Recreation Center during the following office hours: 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. (Mon-Fri) and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Sat).
SOUTH PARK RECREATION CENTER 1141 Massachusetts St., 832-7930 Space available for rent: Kathy Fode Room* ($25 per hour) Sunflower Room ($20 per hour) Conference Room ($15 per hour) *includes kitchen with microwave oven and refrigerator Facility reservations can be made on a space-available basis. To find out more details about the South Park Recreation Center rental space availability, contact us at 832-7930. Reservations for facility rentals may be made at the South Park Recreation Center during the following office hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Mon-Fri).
402 N. Second St. The Union Pacific Depot offers two rooms for public use: the Community Room and the Arden Booth Free State Theater Room. You can use the depot for a variety of events, including weddings, receptions, reunions, meetings and educational seminars. LPRD permits alcohol, but you must apply for and receive an Alcohol Permit two weeks prior to the booking date. For large events, a Special Use Permit must be applied for prior to a reservation being approved. You may apply for the Alcohol and Special Use permits at the Community Building, 115 W. 11th St. You may also call 832-7920 for more information. Reservations may be subject to a deposit. Space available for rent: • Community Room — $30/hour • Garden — $10/hour
• Theater Room — $20/hour • Entire Facility — $70/hour
The Community Room • Measures 24’ X 46’ • Capacity for 159 people (standing) or 70 people (seated) • Use of tables/chairs included in rental fees • Kitchenette with microwave oven, refrigerator and two-burner stove top The Arden Booth Free State Theater Room • Measures 12’ X 28’ • Capacity for 49 people (standing) or 38 people (seated) • Use of tables/chairs included in rental fees • DVD/VHS viewing system (no additional fee) The Union Pacific Depot also includes an outdoor, French-themed flower garden maintained by Parks and Recreation’s professional landscaping staff. The garden’s spectacular array of colors in the summer makes for an ideal place for outdoor events. Small bands or DJs are allowed with prior permission. Reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance and are on a space-available basis. Tours of the Depot are available prior to renting. To find out more details about the Lawrence Union Pacific Depot rental space available, contact us at 832-7920.
Set Up/Take Down Fees LPRD charges additional fees for the division to provide set up and take down. For events with: • Up to 49 people: $30 • 50 to 99 people: $50 • More than 100 people: $75
LAWRENCE UNION PACIFIC DEPOT
For groups handling their own set up/take down, the reservation (at the time of booking) needs to reflect the additional time needed to accommodate set up/take down (this includes catering, DJs, bands or any other accommodations). For larger events, a Special Use Permit needs to be applied for and approved prior to finalizing the reservation. Alcohol Permits (Lawrence Union Pacific Depot reservations only) are $25 and need to be applied for and approved prior to finalizing reservation. For more information call 832-7920.
FISHING REGULATIONS AT MARY’S LAKE Mary’s Lake was created in the 1950s. Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department worked with property owners in the '70s to use the natural area and lake for its Exceptional Summer Camps, as well as coordinated programming with special education classes in the public schools in the spring and fall seasons. In 1991, Lawrence Parks and Recreation purchased the lake property and continued its development of the area with the addition of Prairie Park Nature Center in 1999 and natural trails from the center to the lake area and neighborhood park.
Lawrence parks and recreation uses the lake for nature programs and special events, which take priority over public fishing. Regulations for fishing are: 1. All persons need a license to fish in the lake except persons age 65 or over and under age 16. 2. State daily creel limits apply. 3. Length limit for large mouth bass is 15” minimum, and two (2) per day limit on channel catfish. The lake is patrolled and regulations are enforced by Wildlife and Parks and Department conservation officers. Inquiries about Mary’s Lake and the adjacent 71-acre Prairie Park can be made at the Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department Administrative Office, 832-3450.
Lawrence Parks and Recreation uses the lake for nature programs and special events. Public fishing is accepted by following the rules above, but LPRD programs and activities take priority over public fishing and the use of the docks. There is NO swimming and NO boating allowed. NO flotation devices of any kind are allowed in the lake.
OTHER RECREATIONAL FACILITIES BATTING CAGES Clinton Lake Softball Complex, 5101 Speicher Road. Part of the Clinton Lake Softball Complex, this facility features: 4 slow-pitch softball stations 2 fast-pitch softball stations 1 major-league baseball station 2 minor-league baseball stations 1 rookie baseball station One token buys 20 pitches. Tokens available on site for: 1 token for $1 7 tokens for $5 Tokens also available at the Community Building, 115 W. 11th St., for: 15 tokens for $10 25 tokens for $15 A limited number of helmets and bats are available. Facility Hours: The facility is open from March 1 to April 11 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. From April 12 to October 1, from 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. daily. Cages will not be open during inclement weather.
BIKING AND HIKING TRAILS A variety of multi-use trails are available in Lawrence parks for bicyclists, hikers, joggers, walkers and nature lovers. Pick up a Recreation/ Bike Trails map at any recreation center or bike shop. The trails range from 8.4 miles of hard surface walkways along Clinton Parkway to miles and miles of scenic nature trails in Riverfront Park, Naismith Valley Park, “Dad” Perry Park, Prairie Park/Mary’s Lake area and many other parks. Mountain bike trails (rated by NORBA for skill levels) continue to be improved east of the North Eighth and Oak streets boat ramp in Riverfront Park. The city converted about a mile of the abandoned Santa Fe Railroad line — from Kansas Highway 10, 23rd to 29th streets, east of Haskell Indian Nations University — to a bike and hike trail. Ten miles stretch along the South Lawrence Trafficway from U.S. Highway 59 west through Clinton Lake property and a connection north of Clinton Parkway to Township Road North 1750. Recreational trails through Naismith Valley Park and the Heatherwood neighborhood north of Clinton Parkway are great for walkers. Additional trails have been improved in Prairie Park. Jogging trails are located along four miles of Clinton Parkway. Trails are not available to motorized vehicles by city code.
DISC GOLF COURSES Centennial Park 600 Rockledge Drive Come try your hand at disc golf. This 18-hole course has no green fees or expensive equipment to buy. Disc golf is played like regular golf except a flying disc is used in place of a ball. One point is counted each time the disc is thrown and when a penalty is incurred. The object is to acquire the lowest score. Riverfront Park U.S. highways 24, 40 and 59 junction, by the Kansas River This course was developed to provide new challenges to disc golf enthusiasts and to keep up with the growing interest in the sport. Set in beautiful Riverfront Park, enjoy the scenic riverside as you toss the disc. Maps and scorecards are available at all recreation facilities or online at www.lprd.org.
DOG PARKS (OFF-LEASH)
“Mutt Run” Off-Leash Dog Park 1330 E. 902 Road The park includes restrooms, separate drinking fountains for dogs and their owners and a small parking lot. Paths are mowed through the fields and along wooded areas. Users must be responsible for their pets and obey rules and regulations posted at the site. Rules are available at recreation centers or on the Web at www.lprd.org. To access the park, take Clinton Parkway west to the Clinton Dam road, turn south on the dam road and take the first left onto East 902 Road. Follow East 902 Road to the first left. The 30-plus acre park is at the bend in the road that leads to the north side of the spillway.
Riverfront Park — Dog Park U.S. highways 24, 40 and 59 junction, by the Kansas River The area is located in Riverfront Park and can be accessed from the park entrance located near the intersection of North Third Street and U.S. highways 24 and 40. Paths are mowed through the fields and along the Kansas River.
FISHING Mary’s Lake 2730 Harper St. Cast off at Mary’s Lake, adjacent to Prairie Park and the Prairie Park Nature Center. Priority is given to Parks and Recreation programs. For more information and fishing regulations, please contact us at 832-3450. Pat Dawson Billings Nature Area 27th Street and Crossgate Drive After developing the variety of fish in the ponds within the park, fishing is now allowed. Priority is given to Parks and Recreation programs.
HORSESHOE COURTS Broken Arrow Park 2900 Louisiana St. Broken Arrow Park has 16 lighted, state-of-the-art horseshoe courts that are available for recreational use. The Lawrence Horseshoe Club conducts numerous tournaments at this facility, including the Kansas State Pitching Championships. You can reserve courts and check out horseshoes by calling 832-7920.
SKATEBOARD PARKS Centennial Park 600 Rockledge Drive Designed with input from Lawrence youth, this 12,306-square-foot facility has attracted thousands of skaters. The skate park is designed as a “street” course and boasts eight different features, including: Half-pipe Pyramids Fun box Grind rail Quarter-pipe Plaza Deerfield Park 2901 Princeton Blvd. This 6,000 square-foot facility provides another outlet for Lawrence skaters to practice their moves and develop their skills. The facility features: Quarter-pipe Wedge Three-sided pyramid Grind box Grind rails Our skate parks are not supervised. Users participate at their own risk and should wear safety equipment. Special events and contests will be held occasionally, and facilities may be reserved for competitions and/or exhibitions on a space-available basis. For more information, call 832-7920.
TENNIS COURTS The Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department provides lighted outdoor courts for free play at the following locations: Holcom Park, 2700 W. 27th St. Lyons Park, 700 N. Lyon St. Veterans Park, 1840 Louisiana St. Players may activate the lights by push button, and lights will shut off automatically. Non-lighted courts are located at: “Dad” Perry Park, 1200 Monterey Way Prairie Park, 2811 Kensington St. Additional courts are available at Central, South, West and Southwest Junior High Schools and at the University of Kansas. Bicycles, skateboards and/or roller blades are not allowed on tennis courts. For more information, call 832-7920.
SOFTBALL AND BASEBALL FIELD RESERVATIONS Lawrence Parks and Recreation softball/baseball fields may be reserved for private tournaments on a space-available basis. We begin taking reservations on the first working day in January and continue throughout the year. To reserve a field call 832-7920. Space is limited, so reserve your tournament early!
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1207 Iowa St.
Cottin’s Hardware & Rental 1832 Massachusetts St.
Jayhawk Trophy Co. Inc. 3341 W. Sixth St.
Lawrence Journal-World 609 New Hampshire St.
Scotch Fabric Care Services Seven Lawrence locations
Stephens Real Estate Inc. 2701 W. Sixth St.
Sunflower Broadband One Riverfront Plaza
Waxman Candles 609 Massachusetts St. Thanks for your support!
2 Number of golf leagues offered at Eagle Bend 6 Something the Forestry Division sells every April and October 9 Cost to use the weight/cardio rooms at city recreation centers 14 A fun run held at Haskell Indian Nations University every November 15 Rocket Park is the nickname for this park 18 This park houses a skate park 19 Program offered by Prairie Park Nature Center 20 One of three cemeteries in Lawrence 21 The Brown Bag Concert Series is held in front of this downtown business 22 Something you can do at an aquatic facility
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1 The Murphy-Bromelsick House resides here 3 Program held the day after the Outdoor Aquatic Center closes for the season 4 A sport offered by the Adult Sports Division 5 Something you can do at Centennial Park 7 Watson Park’s nickname 8 The month the Fall Arts and Crafts Festival is held 10 South Park Recreation Center was known as this in the 1990s 11 Former name of the Japanese Friendship Garden 12 The number of Activities Guides LPRD produces yearly 13 Name of the bald eagle at Prairie Park Nature Center 16 A place where trees are cultivated for educational purposes 17 This is a rental facility, as well as the Lawrence Visitor’s Center
B.A. Green Construction Co. Inc.
1. B; 2. D; 3. F; 4. C; 5. A; 6. E
Lawrence Parks and Recreation Advisory board Advisory board 69
Serving on the Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department Advisory Board are, from left, Jana Dobbs, Andy Clayton, Kelly Barth, Joe Caldwell and Kevin Loos.
1. The Adult Sports Supervisor has the authority to place teams in different leagues and days, if deemed necessary. NO REFUNDS. Please write on application if there is one night of the week your team cannot play.
REGISTRATION INFORMATION AND LEAGUE POLICIES
lawrence parks and recreation department adult sports registration form Manager’s Name_ _______________________________________________________ Manager’s Address_ _____________________________________________________ Manager’s Phone (H)_________________________ (W)________________________
2. If games are cancelled due to weather, teams must be aware that LPRD reserves the right to reschedule games as needed, to ensure completion of league play. Teams are required to play makeup games as rescheduled or accept a forfeit.
_____ Spring _____ Summer _____ Fall
_____ Winter _____ Fall
Code Number________________________ Section_ ________
Code Number________________________ Section_ ________
ADULT DODGEBALL (Entry Fee — $150/team)
One night of the week my team CANNOT play_ _______________________________________________
Previous Team Name_________________________________________________ Record_ ____________
Second Choice (if applicable)_ ______________________________________________________________
Fall — Session 3 DBH — $490/team — 14 game 10 GAME — $350/team
Winter Spring Summer Fall
___Monday ___Tuesday ___Wednesday ___Thursday ___Friday ___Sunday
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Women’s Power 1 (Indoor) Women’s Power 2 (Indoor) Women’s Rec 1 (Indoor) Women’s Rec 2 (Indoor)
___A) Class A (5 home run limit) ___Men’s ___B) Class B (3 home run limit) ___Men’s 50+ ___C) Class C (1 home run limit) ___Coed ___D) Class D (0 home run limit) ___Women’s ___E) Women’s ___Double Header 1 2 3 4 ___3-pitch (Circle one — 1 being most competitive)
Asst. Manager’s Name_ __________________________________________________
_____ Spring _____ Summer _____ Fall
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Asst. Manager’s Phone (H)____________________ (W)________________________
Winter Spring Summer Fall
Please check the appropriate sport, league and season: Basketball Softball Volleyball Kickball _____ _____ _____ _____
______Coed Power 1 (Sand) ______Coed Power 2 (Sand) ______Coed Rec 1 (Sand) ______Coed Rec 2 (Sand) ______Mix 4 on 4
ADULT VOLLEYBALL (Entry Fee — $205/team) _____Coed Power 1 (Indoor) _____Coed Power 2 (Indoor) _____Coed Power 3 (Indoor) _____Coed Rec 1 (Indoor)
Code Number________________________ Section_ ________
Second Choice (if applicable)_ ______________________________________________________________
Division Preference_ __________________ Team Name_________________________________________
Previous Team Name_________________________________________________ Record_ ____________
Second Choice (if applicable)_ ______________________________________________________________
Men’s Divisions — (the lower the number the more competitive the league is) ___1 ___2 ___3 ___4 ___5 ___6 ___Women’s ___Coed
One night of the week my team CANNOT play_ _______________________________________________
Previous Team Name_________________________________________________ Record_ ____________
Second Choice (if applicable)_ ______________________________________________________________
Code Number________________________ Section_ ________
ADULT BASKETBALL (Entry Fee — $300/team)
Previous Team Name_________________________________________________ Record_ ____________
One night of the week my team CANNOT play_ _______________________________________________
ADULT KICKBALL (Entry Fee — $215/team) _____Coed Friday
Code Number________________________ Section_ ________ Division Preference_ __________________ Team Name_________________________________________ Second Choice (if applicable)_ ______________________________________________________________ Previous Team Name_________________________________________________ Record_ ____________
Manager’s Signature____________________________________________ Date_ ___________
adult sports registration form
Print or Type Name Player’s Signature
Parent/Guardian Signature Address for Players Under 18
ALL PLAYERS MUST SIGN ROSTER
In consideration of your acceptance of this entry, I hereby, for myself, my heirs, my executors and administrators, waive any and all rights and claims for damages I may have against the sponsors, coordinating groups and any individuals associated with the event, their representatives, successors and assignees for all injuries suffered by me in connection with said event. Also, none of the above are responsible for the loss of personal items nor any other form of aggravation in connection with said event. I recognize that there may be potential hazards in this activity. I am in good enough physical condition to participate in this activity. In filling out this form, I acknowledge that I am an amateur in such events. I also give permission for the free use of my names and picture in any broadcast, telecast or print media account of this event. In filling out this form, I acknowledge I have read and fully understand my own liability and do accept the restrictions.
Phone (H)__________________________ (W)___________________________ Address_________________________________________________________ City/State/ZIP____________________________________________________
2010 Youth sports recreational BASKETBALL REGISTRATION Mail or hand-deliver to: Youth Sports, Holcom Park Recreation Center, 2700 W. 27th St., Lawrence, KS 66047 $15 LATE FEE AFTER SEPTEMBER 15
Participation Fees K-4th grade 5th & 6th grades
Player’s Name (one child per form)____________________________________________________ Home Phone_______________________ Last
Address___________________________________________________________________________________ Birth Date _____________
Current Grade (2010-11 school year) ____________
School Attending (If private or homeschooled, please note which USD 497 school child would attend) _ _______ Name ONE friend you would like to be placed on a team with _ _________________________________________________
We will do our best to place your son/daughter on a team with the CLASSMATE OR FRIEND listed above (friend must be registered by the deadline). Some schools may not have all their classmates on the same team.
Participant’s Parents’ Names: Father ___________________________________ Mother ______________________________________ I consent to my child’s participation in the Lawrence Parks and Recreation-sponsored Youth Sports Program. I recognize there may be potential hazards in this activity. He/She is in good physical condition and will follow all Lawrence Parks and Recreation rules and regulations. I also consent to the use of my child’s photo in publicity material for the Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department.
Participant’s or Guardian’s Signature _________________________________________________________ Date __________________ Check league that applies: a) Intro (K, kindergarten boys) b) Intro (Kg, kindergarten girls) c) Rk1 (1st-grade boys)
$15 late fee after September 15 d) Rk2 (2nd-grade boys) g) Rec4 (4th-grade boys) e) Rkg (1st- & 2nd-grade girls) h) Rg (3rd- & 4th-grade girls) f) Rec 3 (3rd-grade boys) i) JH5 (5th-grade boys).
Parent Volunteer Coaches Needed! (Head coaches only)
I wish to be considered as a head coach for my son’s/daughter’s basketball team____ (deduct $10 if you sign up PRIOR to deadline) Please note: Not ALL who sign up to coach will be given a team. There may be several people who are assigned to one team as co-coaches.
j) JH6 (6th-grade boys) k) JHG (5th- & 6th-grade girls)
OFFICE ONLY: Code#: 424101 Cash___________
E-mail _ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
I coached last year __________
Home Phone ______________________________
Daytime Phone ____________________________
Team #_ ___________
Address (if different from above) _ ______________________________________________________________________________________
Adult Sports Roster/Youth Sports Registration Form
ADULT SPORTS TEAM ROSTER NAME OF TEAM____________________________________________ LEAGUE_______________ DIVISION________________
Lawrence Parks and Recreation, 1141 Massachusetts St., Lawrence, KS 66044 (785) 832-7930 • Fax (785) 832-7938
For Recreation Use Only Date: Cash MC VS D Check # ______ Registrar ______ Loc. ______
YES! I would like to make
Address___________________________________________________________________________ City_ ________________________ State_______ ZIP_____________
Home Phone____________________________ Work Phone_________________________ Cell_______________________________
E-mail____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ a donation to the LPRD
Secondary/Emergency Contact__________________________________________________ Phone_____________________________ scholarship fund. Amt: $______
In consideration of my (and/or my child’s) participation in this activity, I hereby release and discharge the City of Lawrence, Kansas, from any and all liability arising from accident, injury and illness that I (or my child/children) may suffer as a result of participation in such activity. I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless the City of Lawrence, Kansas and its employees from any and all claims resulting from injuries, damages and losses sustained by me (and/ or my child/children) arising out of, connected with or in any way associated with the activity. In the event of emergency, I authorize City officials to secure from any licensed hospital, physician or medical personnel any treatment deemed necessary for me (and/or my child’s) immediate care and agree that I will be responsible for payment of any and all medical services rendered. If any damage to City facilities, equipment or materials occurs as a result of misuse by me (and/or my child) during use in activity enrolled or participating in, I will be responsible for payment of any repairs and/or replacement needed. Also, the undersigned and/or the participant(s) authorize the City to use at its discretion any photograph(s) (black/white or color and video footage) taken of participants while participating in City programs and activities for marketing in print or by electronic means. Registration is not valid without signature. For faxed registration, signature provided by transmittal will stand as a valid signature and will be held as binding and will represent consent of waiver here within.
i have read and understand the waiver, registration and refund policies
Signature Required_ _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Date________________________
Please Print Name_______________________________________________________________________________ registration invalid without signature
Method of Payment
Participant’s Last Name
Exp. Date____________________________________ Signature________________________________________________________
Check or Money Order (Payable to: Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department) Name on Card_ __________________________________________________ Cash Participant’s First Name
do you need special accommodations to participate in these programs?
If Yes, please explain. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Class/activity enrollment form