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l e i s u r e PRESENTED BY THE CITY OF GREELEY LEISURE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

SUMMER 2011

Swim Lessons pages 25-27 Rocky Mountian Nature Association pages 42-43 River Run Mini Golf League page 16 Arts Picnic page 18 Centennial Saturdays at the Village page 19 Rocky Mountian Senior Games page 79

Check out Discovery Bay Water Park see page 22 for details!


“Words are the wings that give flight to children’s thoughts and ideas.” ...Children need a language rich environment, strong models, and opportunities to use their emerging language. If you would like to get connected to Promises for Children, dial

2-1-1

For alternate access call 1-800-559-5590 or find resources online at

www.unitedway-weld.org

You have the power to shape your child’s future. United Way’s Promises for Children can provide you with some simple ways to start. Promises for Children is a community partnership that makes it easy to learn how to be a great parent. It’s easier than you think, and it’s absolutely free.

www.unitedway-weld.org


Ta b l e o f C o n t e n t s

W h a t ’s I n s i d e

Looking for summer camps? We have a lot to choose from, check out pages 35, 50-55 & 59.

Now you can get news about events, services, classes, registrations, programs and more through your email. Just log on to: www.greeleygov.com/REC and click on the Leisure Link logo to subscribe to the eNewsletter!

A Word from the Director

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Adult Programs

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Adult Sports

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Mission Statement, General Information 71

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Facilities

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50+ Sports

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Special Events & Festivals

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50+ Travel

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Registration Form

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Aquatics

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Fitness & Wellness

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Greeley Ice Haus

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Outdoor Adventure

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Youth Sports

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Youth Programs

NEED TO PLAN A BIRTHDAY PARTY? LOOK ON PAGES 4-5 & 7 FOR IDEAS.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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50+ Programs

Join our new Mini Golf Leagues this summer and have some fun with the family, page 16.

The Leisure Connection is published quarterly by the City of Greeley Leisure Services Department. The brochure is available at the Greeley Recreation Center, located at 651 10th Ave; the Family FunPlex, located at 1501 65th Ave; the Greeley Ice Haus, located at 900 8th Ave; local businesses throughout Greeley; and online at www.greeleygov.com/REC.

Thanks to our “Helping Enhance Your Quality of Life” Sponsor!

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A WORD FROM THE DIRECTOR Summer is here and with it comes some great activities for you and your family to participate in during the season.

A WORD FROM THE DIRECTOR

Below we’ve highlighted some of the new and exciting programs offered this summer through the Leisure Services Department. At Boomerang Golf Course we have revamped the Junior Play Days & Lessons. For complete details visit page 12. At Highland Hills patrons will enjoy the traditional format that everyone is accustomed to receiving. Senior Center Hamburger Picnic

Director, Department of Leisure Services

Bob Adams bob.adams@greeleygov.com 970.350.9425

Keep your child busy at the Family FunPlex this summer by purchasing a Youth Membership — kids will have unlimited use of the River Run Adventure miniature golf course, swimming at Adventure Island Aquatics Center as well as basketball, volleyball and inline hockey in the Fieldhouse, all for only $75 for 3 months!

New to Centennial Village this year are living history events. Every Saturday beginning April 30 through September 24, there will be something for all age groups to enjoy. Turn to page 19 for more information. There are plenty of Special Events happening in Greeley this summer. Check out the full list on pages 16-19. The annual Arts Picnic will be held July 29-31 with a great kick off concert featuring one of Colorado’s best horn bands, FUNKIPHINO. The 2nd Annual Free Time Fair will be held at the FunPlex on August 27 with a car show, demonstrations and live music. Neighborhood Nights kicks off on July 8 with the showing of the movie Karate Kid and wraps up with a concert on August 12 with Chris Daniels & the Kings performing at Twin Rivers Amphitheatre. Swimming is still one of the best summer activities and our Outdoor Pools and Splash Parks open May 20. Please look at pages 22-27 for all the aquatics opportunities. And if you really want to cool off during the summer months, visit the Greeley Ice Haus and look for their summer specials on page 5 or at www.greeleyicehaus.com.

HIGHLAND HILLS GC & BOOMERANG LINKS GC Golf season is in full swing at both Highland Hills and Boomerang Links Golf Courses. Both 18 hole courses feature fully stocked pro shops, driving ranges, practice putting and chipping greens as well as great restaurants. Rates and programs are featured on pages 10-12 of this Leisure Connection. Make sure you check out www.GolfInGreeley.com for ongoing promotions as well as tournaments, special events and current information. Really want to stay in the know? Subscribe to the Sandbagger e-newsletter! The Sandbagger will update you on course happenings every month.

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Some things to look for this summer at the golf course are a newly re-vamped Junior Golf Program, promotion-of-the-months and special offers thru partners like Valpak.


City Mission Statement

Customer Service Representative

We promise to preserve and improve the quality of life for Greeley through timely, courteous and costeffective service.

Please call Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm for assistance with your leisure time needs, 336.4218

Greeley City Council

Our goal is to provide you with accessible services and programs.

Building Authority

Brent Lahman, William McLaughlin, Philip White, Troy Sheets, Kay Underwood

Parks & Recreation Advisory Board

Jim Neufeld, Asa Marsteller, Todd Hampton, Rick Behning, Doris Gilreath, Amy Teachman, Angelica Arguijo, Kathleen Stewart, Kenneth Weaver

UCCC Advisory Board

Sherrill Bostron, Dulcie Camp, Dan Doherty, Mary Doty Starr Jageier, Floris Mikkelson, Margaret Rothaus, Phyllis Sandstedt, Sueann Swetzig

Rodarte Community Center Advisory Board

Julie Jensen, Alice Nava, Kelly Imus, Julianne Haefeli, Juan Gutierrez, Biscente Baitan

Museum Advisory Board Penny Byassee, Starr Jageler, Floris Mikkelson, Suann Haas, Steve Ulibarri, Norm Noe, Scott Bomar, Diane Miller, Joyce Carr

Greeley Art Commission

Ana Ursyn, Holly Bea-Weaver, Mick Todd, Ryan Taub, Rick Behning, Susan Todd, Joseph Haefeli, Ed Rogers, Betony Coons, Jim Klingman, Pete Niehoff, Eddie Mirick

Golf Advisory Board

Joe Murphy, Scott Westerberg, Erin Mathews, Jerry Toler, Donna Newton, Noel Lawrence, Chuck Tennessen

Island Grove Advisory Board

Michael Finn, James Herman, Rachelle Fisher, Kelly Raisley, Mary Bohlender, Ellen McGaughery, Bill Garcia

It is important to indicate any special needs on your registration form and call the Greeley Recreation Center at 350.9400 at least one month prior to the program start date.

Rentals, Parties & Reservations Rec facilities and parks are available for private rentals. Greeley Recreation Center Family FunPlex Greeley Ice Haus Senior Center Rodarte Community Center Greeley History Museum Centennial Village Union Colony Civic Center Island Grove Event Center

350.9400 350.9401 350.9402 350.9440 350.9430 350.9220 350.9225 350.9449 350.9392

Park Shelter Reservations

Can only be made in person at the following locations: Greeley Recreation Center, 350.9400 (651 10th Avenue) or Family FunPlex, 350.9401 (1501 65th Avenue)

Island Grove Regional Park

Located on 147 acres, this park has been transformed into a multi-use facility. To schedule your next event or a tour of the facilities, stop by our office at 501 N 14th Ave. or call Kathy Dilbeck, Island Grove Scheduling Coordinator, at 350.9392 or Tom Welch, Island Grove Facility Manager at 350.9522.

Island Grove Contacts

Island Grove Facility Manager Tom Welch, 350.9522 Island Grove Scheduling Coordinator Kathy Dilbeck, 350.9392

Golf Courses/Contacts

Golf Manager Wayne Leighton, 330.7327 Boomerang Links 7309 W 4th Street 353.GOLF (4653) Highland Hills 2200 Clubhouse Drive 353.GOLF (4653)

Interim Rec Superintendent Kyle Holman, 350.9538 Rec Program Manager Phil Moya, 350.9415 Facility Coordinator, FunPlex Amanda Gustafson, 336.4218 Rec Supervisor, Rec Ctr. Andrea Haring, 336.4219 Rec Supervisor, Athletics Kevin Royal, 350.9418 Rec Supervisor, Athletics Brian Barnes, 350.9416 Rec Supervisor, Athletics/Dance Lorraine Zamora, 350.9421 Rec Program Manager, Rec Ctr. David L. Sanchez, 350.9422 Rec Program Manager, Senior Ctr. Sheri Lobmeyer, 350.9437 Rec Program Manager, Ice Haus Dale Elder, 336.4200 Rec Program Manager, Rodarte Community Center & Youth Enrichment C.J. Archibeque, 350.9548 Rec Supervisor, Aquatics/Fitness Braydon Maxwell, 336.4217

GENERAL INFO

Tom Norton, Mayor Charles Archibeque, Sandi Elder, Mike Finn, John Gates, Donna Sapienza, Robb Casseday

Special Needs

Recreation Contacts

Museum Contacts

Museums Manager Erin Quinn, 350.9218 Curator of Education & Living History Bill Armstrong, 350.9275

UCCC/Culture Contacts

UCCC Manager Mark Breimhorst, 350.9768 Administrative Specialist Julie Dillon, 350.9491 Public Art Coordinator Kim Snyder, 350.9450 Scheduling Coordinator Jill Droegemueller, 350.9449

Marketing Contacts

Marketing Manager Kyle Holman, 350.9538 Marketing Technician, Rec Mary M. Russell, 350.9448 Marketing Technician, Culture Andrew Segal, 350.9455 Festivals Coordinator Rhonda Welch, 350.9451 Graphic Artist/Web Specialist Jamie Dennis, 350.9413 Advertising/Sponsorship/Rentals Celeste Hall, 350.9878 Fred Tomkins, 350.9417 For a basic map and listing of all park facilities, please refer to pages 46 & 47. Help us improve our facilities and programs, fill out our online survey, visit www.greeleygov.com/rec

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Greeley Family FunPlex

1501 65th Ave. • Greeley, CO 80634 • 970.350.9401 • www.familyfunplex.com Adventure Island Aquatic Center • River Run Adventure Golf • Twin Rivers Softball Complex Fitness/Weight Room • Babysitting Service • Walking/Jogging Track • Field House Fees Hours - starting May 20

GREELEY FAMILY FUNPLEX

(Weight room open during facility hours) M-F 5am-10pm Sat 7am-8pm Sun 11am-8pm

Pool Hours

Each child 5 and under must be accompanied by a paying adult in the pool. All pools closed for maintenance 8/18-9/2.

*Includes use of open gym, swimming pool, weight room and locker room. 5 & under $1.00 Youth (6-15) $4.00 Adults $5.00 Seniors (60+) $4.00 River Run Adventure Mini Golf Peak Non-Peak

(Oct. 16-Apr. 14)

M-F 9am-8pm • 9-11am Zero Depth, Lazy River & Tower Slides (only)* • 11am-1pm Zero Depth, Lazy River & Activity Pool (only) • 1-6pm (All pools) • 6-8pm Zero Depth, Lazy River & Activity Pool (only)* *Special Family Rate $12 per family (2 adults & up to 4 children) Sat 11am-8pm (All pools) Sun 1-5pm (All pools) • Green Drop Slide Open Daily 2-3pm

5 & under Youth (6-15) Adults Seniors (60+)

Lap Swim (16 years & older) Lap Pool M-F 6-8am, 11am-1pm, 6-8pm Sat 8-11am

Memberships

Adult Water Walking (16 years & older) Lazy River M/W/F 8-9am, T/Th 7-9am, Sat 8-11am Steam Room Hours (16 years & older) M-F 6am-1pm & 6-8pm Sat 8am-1pm, Sun closed Open Gym Call 350.9401 for hours & rates. Senior Walking (Track only) M-F 6-8am, $1

Golf Mini d clude n i now h t u o in y s! ership memb

River Run Adventure Mini Golf *Open weather permitting M-F 6am-8pm, Sat 7am-8pm Sun 11am-8pm

$2.50 $5.00 $6.00 $5.00

$1.25 $2.50 $3.00 $2.50

* FREE with Family FunPlex & Greeley Recreation Center memberships

Check out Date Night Saturdays 3pm-Dusk. Get 2-for-1 admission! Summer Family Nights May 20-Aug 17 M-F 5-8pm. $15/2 adults & up to 4 children. Drop-In Fitness Class $7.00 (includes all contracted classes)

Memberships will be honored at the Greeley Rec Center & mini golf is now free! Unlimited use of FunPlex facilities includes swimming, miniature golf, weight/cardio room, open gym, walking/jogging track and Kid-Kare. Discounts on youth sports registrations, aerobics and fitness classes. 3 mo. 6 mo. Yr. Adults $120 $200 $360 Youth/Seniors $75 $125 $225 Senior Spouse $30 $50 $90 Family $195 $325 $600 Student $90 $150 $270 * “Family” = 2 adults & up to 4 kids under 18 from the same household. Proof of residency required. Corporate memberships also available. Call the Family FunPlex for more information at 970.350.9401.

Kid Kare

M-Th 8am-2pm & 5-8pm; Fri 8am-2pm, Sat 11am-1pm Fees $3 per hour per child Punch cards available! $30 for 11 hours. *Parents must be on site to use the Kid Kare Program. Max of 2 hour time limit per visit.

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Facility Closures Monday, July 4 (Independence Day) Closed at 6pm

Showcase your band at the Family FunPlex Amphitheatre! This venue is available to rent for free. Book a date by calling Andrea Haring at 970.336.4219 and invite your friends and family to hear your band play!

BIRTHDAY PARTY PACKAGES Two party packages available. Each party package includes a table reserved in the party room for one hour and birthday cake. Invitations available online. Package 1: $125 for 10 youth. Includes all of the above plus one event. Additional youth, $10 each. Package 2: $150 for 10 youth. Includes all of the above plus two events. Additional youth, $12 each. Events: • Adventure Island (swimming), • River Run Adventure Golf (18-hole mini-golf) For more information call the FunPlex Rec Supervisor at 970.336.4219.


Greeley Ice Haus

900 8th Ave. • Greeley, CO 80631 • 970.350.9402 • www.greeleyicehaus.com May Hours

Summer Hours June 1-August 18 Mon-Fri Noon-2:45pm Sat & Sun Noon-1:30pm Check website for additional hours

Cosmic Skating Cosmic skating has multi-colored lighting effects and great music for even more skating fun! Friday & Saturday Nights 7:15-8:45pm Family Skate Session* Tuesday & Thursday Noon-1:30pm Wednesday 6:15-7:45pm *Only $12 for two adults and up to 4 children– includes skate rental! Drop-in Hockey Through August 31 Sundays 9:30-10:45pm Fee $6 Age 16+ (under 16 if accompanied by parent)

GREELEY ICE HAUS

Public Skating M-Sun Noon-1:30pm Wed 6:15-7:45pm Fri & Sat 7:15-8:45pm

See pages 34-36 for Programs & Classes

August Beat the Heat Sp ecia

l! Come to a skate sessny public August fo ion in (includes r only $4! skate ren tal) Offer valid Skate Sess for Public ions only

Freestyle Skate Skaters improve your skills! Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 3-5:15pm Skate Café (50+) M, W, F 9-10am $3.00 (Includes skate rental & a cup of coffee) Skate Sharpening Hockey and Recreational Figure Skates $5.00 Freestyle Figure Skates/Goalie Skates $7.00 New skates not purchased from the Ice Haus $15.00 $2.00 additional charge for rush jobs less then 24 hours Stick & Puck and Skills & Drills Fee $6 For the latest days and times, check out www.greeleyicehaus.com or call 970.350.9402. Fees Weekday Public Skate Weekend Public Skate Age 4 & under - anytime Skate Rental Drop-in

$4.00 $5.00 $1.00 $2.00 $6.00

BREAK IN THE NEW ICE

FUNdraiser Opportunities Tuesday, July 5 Host a FUNdraiser at our facility! 2-5pm Several groups have already taken advantage of this unique opportunity $3 admission to raise money. We supply the facility, you supply the people; 50% $2 skate rental of the profit goes to your group or organization. Call 970.350.9402 to book your date today. Meeting Rooms Available Call 970.350.9402 for information Facility Closures June 25-July 4 for installation of new ice

BIRTHDAY PARTIES • Private party room use for 1 hour (choice of 3 rooms) • Invitations & thank-you cards • Admission & skate rental for 10 guests (birthday child & 2 chaperones FREE!) • Birthday cake (birthday cake & 2 pitchers of soda) • Party supplies (plates, napkins, cutlery, cups) • Birthday gift for birthday child * Parties begin 1 hour before or after Public Skate Sessions! * Additional food and other upgrades available!

ONLY $125.00 Call 970.350.9402 for more information and available times.

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Greeley Senior Activity Center 1010 6th St. • Greeley, CO 80631 • 970.350.9440 Where Being Active is Our Way of Life!

GREELEY SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER

Hours M-F 8am-5pm, Sat Noon-3pm Sun CLOSED Facility Closures Monday, May 30 (Memorial Day) Monday, July 4 (Independence Day) Parking Permits The Greeley Senior Activity Center parking lot is a Senior Permit Lot only. If you do not have a permit allowing access to the lot, you will be issued a parking ticket. If you haven’t already picked up your 2011 sticker, please stop at the front desk. Information Bureau Do you know a group that would like to hear about the Greeley Senior Activity Center? The staff at the center would be happy to come and talk to your group about the wonderful programs that we have to offer the older adult population of the community. Unique Boutique Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm Greeting cards are available inside the Greeley Senior Activity Center. Locker rental 42 lockers are available. You must provide your own lock. Fees are $2 per month, $5 per quarter or $16 per year. Computer Lab Seven computers with high-speed internet for members’ use. Senior Advisory Committee Bob Alberts, Alvina Bailey, Joe Bain, Larry Brokaw, Darleen Edwards, Helen Freese – Chair elect, Bill Gilreath, Dave Hampson, Lucille Bressler, BJ Hill, Ronni Howell – Past Chair, Ramona Langley, Catherine Maul, Mandy McIntyre, Carrie Metcalf, Steve Monaco, Helen Norton, Tracy Ramble, D.Rea Scudder, Jean Sharpley, Denise Swingle, Alex Zauder - Chair Corporate and Individual Shareholder Memberships Become a shareholder of the Senior Activity Center today! Anyone 50 years or older may join. Yearly fees are only $20 for residents and $22 for non-residents. Non-members must pay a daily drop-in fee of $2 to participate in programs. Shareholders receive a discount on most programs, priority registration, phone-in registration, a monthly newsletter, a parking permit and the option of renting a locker on the premises. Orientations are held the 4th Thursday of every month at 10am. Contact Meredith Skoglund at 350.9560 if you are interested in a corporate membership at the Senior Center.

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Greeley Recreation Center 651 10th Ave. • Greeley, CO 80631 • 970.350.9400

Swimming Pool • Weight & Cardio Room • Gym • Rock Wall • Racquetball Courts • Fitness/Dance Studios Rifle/Archery Range • Equipment Rental • Lockers • Babysitting Service • Parties • Room Rentals Hours

Pool Hours

*Each child 5 and under must be accompanied by a paying adult. Pool closed Aug 1-17 for maintenance. Open Swim Pool closed May 20-Aug 17 from 1-5pm (Mon-Fri and all day Sat). Please check all other facilities for open & lap swim times. Lap Swim M-F 6am-1pm & 5:30-7pm *Ages 16 & above. Share lanes during busy hours or swimming lessons. The Diving Well & pool may be closed during Open or Lap Swim due to District 6 needs, special events, classes or programs. Fee Daily admission or $55 for 20 punch-pass

Fees

Daily fees include use of open gym, swimming pool, racquetball, climbing wall, weight room and locker room. Paid to cashier prior to use of Rec areas. Hand stamps may be used to verify payment. *Separate charge for racquetball equipment. Adults Youth (6-15) 5 & Under Seniors (60+)

$4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $3.00

Drop-In Fitness $7 for all classes (includes all contracted classes) Rock Wall Belay Rides: $5.00 (open to all) Drop-In: (Must be certified to belay) Equipment: shoes $3.50 harness $2.50 chalkless bag $1.00 carabineer Free helmet Free (everything) $5.00

Open Gym

M-F Noon-5pm, Sat 1-5pm (Hours subject to change) Fee Daily admission or $55 for 20 punch-pass Rock Wall (Hours open during facility hours for bouldering, but must be certified to climb with equipment) Classes and programs are held from M-Th 6am-7pm, Fri 6am-7pm, Sat 8am-1pm *On a regular basis, the “Rock” will be scheduled with classes. General climbing can still take place; however, the classes have priority on sections of the climbing wall. Kid Kare M-Th 8am-1pm & 5-7pm *Hours may change depending on demand. Fees $3 per hour per child Punch cards available! $30 for 11 hours *Parents must be on site to use the Children’s Room. Maximum of 2 hour time limit per visit. Indoor Range No drop-ins, see pg. 37 Facility Closures Monday, July 4 (Independence Day) Pool Closures August 1-17

GREELEY RECREATION CENTER

(Weight room open during facility hours) M-Th 6am-7pm Friday 6am-7pm Saturday 8am-5pm Closed on Sundays (Hours are subject to change)

Memberships

Memberships will be honored at the FunPlex & mini golf is now free! Enjoy unlimited use of Greeley Recreation Center facilities! Includes swimming, weight room, racquetball, open gym, climbing wall (if certified) and the children’s room; discounts on Youth Sports registrations, aerobics and fitness classes. See rates below: (20 punch-pass available for $55-transferrable) 3 mo. 6 mo. Yr. Adults $120 $200 $360 Youth/Seniors $75 $125 $225 Senior Spouse $30 $50 $90 Family $195 $325 $600 Student $90 $150 $270 * “Family”= 2 adults & up to 4 kids under 18 from the same household. Proof of residency is required.

BIRTHDAY PARTY PACKAGES Each party includes a table reserved in the party room for one hour, birthday cake, party supplies and invitations which are available online. Pool Party: $90/party for 10 Youth. Additional Youth $3 each. Maximum of 20. Tumbling Party: $125/party for 10 Youth. Additional Youth $3 each. Maximum of 12. Rock Climbing Party: $125/party for 10 Youth. Additional Youth $3 each. Maximum of 20. Party times available Saturday 1-3pm or 3-5pm. Any other times, call 350.9400. Please book at least two weeks in advance. Full payment is due at the time of booking. For more information call the Greeley Recreation Center at 970.336.4219

Call the Rec Center for more information. Corporate memberships also available.

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Rodarte Community Center 920 A Street • Greeley, CO 80631 • 970.350.9430

New Hours

RODARTE COMMUNITY CENTER

Monday-Thursday 8am-7pm Friday 8am-6pm Saturday CLOSED Sunday CLOSED May 29-Aug 14 (All times subject to change)

Open Gym Hours

Tuesday-Thursday 6:30-8pm Sunday 1-5pm (All times subject to change) Senior Walking Monday-Friday 8-9:30am FREE Adult Walking Monday-Friday 11:30am-2pm $1.00 Adult Drop-in Open Gym Monday-Friday 11:30am-2pm $2.00 Fees Adult (17+) Youth (16 & under)

$2.00 $1.00

Rodarte Community Center Art Gallery Monday-Thursday, 8am-7pm

Friday, 8am-6pm

Sunday, 1-5pm

Enjoy viewing exhibits in the Rodarte Community Center Art Gallery. The Gallery is open during regular business hours. Come see our new 1% for art “Para la Gente” by artist Lauren Camp. Two permanent murals by the Rodarte youth and Artist Joe Crowley and an Inter-generational art project by our youth and seniors. For more information call the Rodarte Community Center at 970.350.9430.

Rent Rodarte Community Center for Your Special Event Staff Members

C.J. Archibeque Rec Program Manager 970.350.9548 Brecken Arnold Rec Supervisor 970.350.9771 Irma Chavez Rec Coordinator 970.350.9576 Tony Mata Rec Coordinator 970.350.9431 Dominique Padilla Rec Technician 970.336.4179 Facility Closures Monday, July 4 (Independence Day)

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The Rodarte Community Center is available for private parties or functions. Please call 970.350.9430 for rates.

Rent the Picnic Shelter at Rodarte Park

The picnic shelter at the Rodarte Community Center is located at 9th Avenue & A Street The Shelter is equipped with: • Electrical outlets for a radio or a crock pot • Two large barbecue grills The picnic shelter seats 90 people and rents for $50 a day. This shelter is a perfect setting for your next party. Other park amenities include: • A playground • Softball field • Large parking lot To reserve the picnic shelter at Rodarte Park call the Greeley Recreation Center Front Desk at 970.350.9400.


Youth Enrichment Program Focusing on building relationships and collaborative partnerships to promote the positive development of youth.

YOUTH ENRICHMENT PROGRAM

Youth Net Meets the third Friday of every month, 9am, at the Rodarte Community Center, 920 A Street, Greeley. This coalition of youth and family service providers meet monthly to collaborate, coordinate and educate each other about programs and service offerings in the community. Please join us for our next meeting. For more information, call C.J. Archibeque at 970.350.9548. Greeley Youth Commission Meets every fourth Monday of every month, 7pm at the Rodarte Community Center. The Youth Enrichment Program’s purpose is to promote a positive presence in our community that will assist in a reduction of criminal activities, and provide Recal, educational and cultural programs for Greeley’s youth and citizenry. The community has both a role and a responsibility in the youth, parents, business leaders and adult volunteers in a safe, friendly learning environment for Greeley’s youth.

Facilities Rodarte Community Center • 920 A Street • 970.350.9430

This Advisory Board acts as representatives for the collective voice of area youth to Greeley City Council. For more information, call C.J. Archibeque at 970.350.9548. Youth Commission Members Brianna Gutierrez, Celeste Melendez, Savannah Crosby, Crystal Aquilar, Andrew Krieger, Ethan Teachman and Juan Gutierrez III.

Anna Gimmestad Park • 1710 31st St. Road • 970.378.6720 Anna Gimmestad is available for your parties or social events this fall! $20 per hour for non-profit organizations. $25 per hour for private parties. *A $50 deposit is required two weeks prior to event. For more information, call Tony Mata at 970.350.9431. Reservations can be made at the Rodarte Community Center, 920 A Street. Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm. The Picnic Shelter at Anna Gimmestad is a great area for a family outing and may be reserved by going to the Greeley Recreation Center, 651 10th Avenue. Call 970.350.9400 for information about reserving the shelter or park area. The Youth Enrichment Program partners with School District 6 at the following locations during the school year for the 21st Century After-School Program: Shawsheen Elementary, Jackson Elementary, Franklin Middle School & Northridge High School.

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Greeley Public Golf Courses

Highland Hills Golf Course • 2200 Clubhouse Drive • Greeley, CO 80634 • 970.353.GOLF (4653) Boomerang Links Golf Course • 7309 West 4th Street • Greeley, CO 80634 • 970.353.GOLF Highland Hills and Boomerang Links each have 18 holes, fully stocked pro shops, driving ranges, practice putting greens, practice chipping greens and restaurants.

GOLF COURSE INFO

Associations

Boomerang Links Golf Course

Highland Hills Golf Course Restaurants Bogey’s Pub and Grill at Highland Hills 970.330.3623 Outback Restaurant and Pub at Boomerang Links 970.351.8958 Hours Golf Courses, Pro Shops and Driving Ranges Courses free of snow and playable: March-April 7am-Sunset May-September Dawn-Sunset October 8am-Sunset *Snow on Golf Course Closed Restaurant Hours March-April May-September October *Snow on Golf Course Monday-Saturday

9am-9pm 6am-9pm 8am-9pm 11am-9pm

Sunrise-Sunset Pro Shops May-Sept • Fully stocked with merchandise • Club Repair – Regrips are main repair, please call for other club repair • Professional golf lessons – All ages – Groups are welcome – Please call for lesson information • Electric Golf Carts available • Pull carts available • Rental golf clubs available • Tee times taken one week in advance

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Highland Hills Golf Course and Boomerang Links Golf Course 970.353.GOLF (4653)

What is Available at the City of Greeley Public Golf Courses for 2010: • Memberships • Annual Passes • Active Duty Rates • Green Fee Punch Cards • Electric Golf Cart Punch Cards • Junior Annual Passes • Practice facilities – Putting & chipping greens & driving ranges. *Seniors (60+) receive 10% off on all green fees, carts, memberships and annual passes *All memberships, annual passes, green fees and cart punch cards are for use at both Boomerang Links GC and Highland Hills GC. Tournaments, Leagues & Special Outings • Call Boomerang Links GC 970.351.8934 or Highland Hills GC 970.330.7327 to book tournaments, leagues or a special outing. • Pro shops can give rates if your event is 9 or 18 holes and if your event would like golf course restaurants to cater food. Golf Courses Hosted Events Any individual may play in any events listed below with an updated USGA Ghin handicap. Please call for information on entry forms and for time of events. • Boomerang Links Invitational – May • Highland Hills Amateur Open – June • Boomerang Links 2-man – September • Highland Hills Winter Skins – November Email addresses: • Highland Hills highlandhills@q.com • Boomerang Links boomeranglinks@aol.com www.GolfInGreeley.com

Highland Hills Senior Men’s Golf Association • Age is 55 & older • Dues are $50 to join the Highland Hills Senior Golf Association in 2010. • Organized league • League play is every Wednesday starting the first Wednesday in April through 3rd week in September. • Two tournaments besides regular league play. – Pink Wilson (2-man) – July – Arizona Scramble with HHWGA, twice a year – Pete Butler (individual) – Sep • Handicaps are figured by the Association • Prize money (gift certificates) is figured on a weekly basis. Highland Hills Women’s Golf Association • Dues are $65 • Organized league • League play is every Thursday starting the first Thursday in April through the last Thursday in September • Year end banquet • With dues a USGA Ghin Handicap • Prize money figured on a weekly basis Greeley Men’s Golf Association • Dues are $45 • With dues a USGA Ghin Handicap • Men’s Association events are together at both Highland Hills and Boomerang. Boomerang Links Ladies Golf Association • Organized league • Dues are $45 to join the Boomerang Links Ladies Association in 2011 • League play is every Wednesday starting the first Wednesday in April through the last Wednesday in Sep • Year end banquet • With dues a USGA Ghin Handicap • Prize money figured on a weekly basis • Free lesson clinic once a month – June, July & August Junior • All year & summer annual passes available • Year-Round Pass $270 • Summer Pass $180 (June-Aug) • Boomerang Links GC is member of Northern Junior Tour • Weekly team event of 9 and 18 hole junior players • Play different golf courses in Northern Colorado • Call for information at Boomerang Links GC 970.351.8934


2011 CITY OF GREELEY GOLF FEES GREEN FEES

PLAY PACKAGES Adult (10 Rounds) Senior (60+) (10 Rounds) Adult (10 Rounds) Senior (60+) (10 Rounds)

ANNUAL PASSES

9 Holes 9 Holes 18 Holes 9 Holes

$175 $158 $289 $260

DRIVING RANGE FEES Yearly Range Pass Punch Card Range Buckets

(trail fees are paid with annual passes)

Adult 7 Day $935 Senior (60+) 7 Day $842 Adult 5 Day (Mon-Fri) $748 Senior (60+) 5 Day (Mon-Fri) $673 Senior (60+) 4 Day (Mon-Thu) $583 Junior Primary (Any Day) $270 Junior Summer (June-August & any day) $180 Annual passes may not be used for tournament play

Adult Senior (60+) Junior Adult Senior (60+) Junior Large Medium Small

$320 $288 $232 $80 $72 $58 $10 $8 $4

GOLF COURSE FEES

Adult 9 Holes $20 Senior (60+) 9 Holes $18 Junior (17 & under) 9 Holes $13 Student (18+) 9 Holes $18 Adult 18 Holes $33 Senior (60+) 18 Holes $30 Junior (17 & under) 18 Holes $20 Student (18+) 18 Holes $30 Twilight 18 Holes $24 Junior Rates apply Monday-Friday and after 12 pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays.

TRAIL FEES All Adult Passes Senior (60+) 7 Day Pass Senior (60+) 5 Day (Mon-Thu) Senior (60+) 5 Day (Friday) Senior (60+) 4 Day (Mon-Thu) Juniors (Mon-Fri) Juniors (Sat & Sun) after 1pm All Adult Passes Senior (60+) 7 Day Pass Senior (60+) 5 Day (Mon-Thu) Senior (60+) 5 Day (Friday) Senior (60+) 4 Day (Mon-Thu) Juniors (Mon-Fri) Juniors (Sat & Sun) after 1pm

9 Holes 9 Holes 9 Holes 9 Holes 9 Holes 9 Holes 9 Holes 18 Holes 18 Holes 18 Holes 18 Holes 18 Holes 18 Holes 18 Holes

$6 $6 $3 $6 $3 $3 $3 $9 $9 $5 $9 $5 $6 $6

CART FEES Adult ($9.50 per person) 9 Holes Senior (60+) ($8.50 per person) 9 Holes Adult ($15.50 per person) 18 Holes Senior (60+) ($14 per person) 18 Holes Adult Cart Punch Card Senior (60+) Punch Card (Seniors are receiving a discount)

$19 $17 $31 $28 $279 $252

www.GolfinGreeley.com

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CITY OF GREELEY SUMMER JUNIOR GOLF PROGRAMS The City of Greeley offers several summer junior golf programs that are aimed at all skill levels of the junior golfer. For those juniors just taking up the game for the first time, the City’s staff of golf professionals offers an entry-level program designed to introduce the junior to all aspects of the game. Instruction in the beginning series includes: safety, basic swing mechanics, golf course layout, good sportsmanship and respect. These areas not only provide the foundation for a good golf swing, but also a strong foundation for good sportsmanship while participating in any sport.

JUNIOR GOLF

JUNIOR LESSONS

at Highland Hills

Learn the basic golf skills and fundamentals through 4 days – 1 hour per day- at Highland Hills GC. Registration Begins May 2 at Family FunPlex, Greeley Recreation Center, online or sign up weekly at golf courses Fee $40 per session, Max-24 per class Week 1: June 13-16 8am–9:30am Advanced Classes 10am–11am Beginner Age 9–17 11am–Noon Pee Wee Age 5–8

Code # 41675 41676 41677

Week 2: June 27–30 8am–9:30am Advanced Classes 41678 10am–11am Beginner Age 9–17 41679 11am–Noon Pee Wee Age 5–8 41680 Week 3: July 25–28 8am–9:30am Advanced Classes 41681 10am–11am Beginner Age 9–17 41682 11am–12 noon Pee Wee Age 5-8 41683

JUNIOR PLAY DAYS

SPECIAL EVENT Highland Hills Parent/Child Tournament Sun, July 24 11am

JUNIOR LESSONS

at Boomerang Links

Learn the basic skills & fundamentals of the game through the eight week program that will meet every Monday through the summer. Each week participants will receive 1 free round of golf with paying adult at the end of each lesson session.

Every Monday beginning June 6 Age 5-14 Registration Begins May 2 at Family FunPlex, Greeley Recreation Center, online or sign up weekly at golf courses Fee $5 per week (sign up weekly) or $35 for Full session (Registration deadline for full session by June 3) Days Monday June 6 through August 1 *No lessons week of July 4th Time 8am – 8:40am Ages 5-9 “Little Duffers," 9am – 9:40am Ages 10+ Full Session Week 1: Putting Week 2: Chipping Week 3: Irons Week 4: Woods

Ages 5-9 41684 41686 41687 41688 41689

Ages 10+ 41685 41694 41695 41696 41697

Ages 5-9 Ages 10+ Week 5: Putting Week 6: Chipping Week 7: Irons Week 8: Woods

41690 41691 41692 41693

41698 41699 41700 41701

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Boomerang Links (every Tuesday starting May 24) *No Play Day week of July 4th Junior Play Days are the next level of instruction for those students who have mastered the beginning class. This program is for junior golfers who can play three, six or nine holes of golf while walking and carrying their bag. Juniors check in at the pro shop and then head out on the course the play three, six or nine holes of golf. Adult instructors follow along and help the juniors with playing tips and start to teach the juniors about proper course management. New this year we will give weekly prizes to top finishers in each group. Weekly scores will be posted on the golf web pages each week. Junior Play Day requirements: Juniors must call ahead to the pro shop and make a tee time. Junior golfer must be able to play three, six or nine holes of golf while walking and carrying their bag. (It is recommended for younger junior golfers to have pull carts). Ages: 5 & up. It is recommended for junior golfers to have pull carts. Children must be able to carry their own bag or use pull cart for the length of 3 holes. Fees: 3 holes $5, ($3 w/ Greeley School ID) or Season Pass no additional trail fee 6 holes $7, ($5 w/ Greeley School ID) or Season Pass with $1 trail fee 9 holes $12, ($10 w/ Greeley School ID) or Season Pass with $3 trail fee 18 holes $18, ($16 w/ Greeley School ID) or Season Pass with $6 trail fee (New this year: if you have a school ID from a Greeley school, you can receive a discount on the Junior rate for Play Days only).

NORTHERN JUNIOR TOUR

The Northern Junior Tour program is for the next level of junior golfers that would like to start participating in junior low level pressure tournament play throughout Northern Colorado. Each “Play Day” (Tuesdays) you can qualify to participate in the Northern Junior Tour and play at various golf courses in your own age group throughout Northern Colorado. Once you have qualified it is your own responsibility to get to and from the events. For information on the Northern Junior Tour Program please contact Assistant Golf Professional, Kellen Miles at Boomerang Links GC, 351-8934.

ADVANCED GOLFERS

For those golfers who have completed both levels and would like more instruction, private lessons are encouraged. The professionals at Boomerang Links and Highland Hills are available to teach private junior lessons during the summer. Juniors under the age of 18 receive a 25% discount over the regular price for private lessons. These lessons are designed to hone the skills of the advanced golfer and get them ready to play golf at the competitive levels in high school. Lessons are booked through individual instructors. Please contact either pro shop to set up the lessons.

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Island Grove

501 N. 14th Ave. • Greeley, CO 80631 • 970.350.9392

Come Play in Our Park!

Exhibition Building • Hall Size 220’ x 108’ • Room Sizes 53’ x 47’ and 47’ x 33’ • Concession Facilities • Capacity 2,100

Greeley epitomizes the American West with open spaces, adventurous souls and a history as expansive and colorful as its surroundings. Island Grove Regional Park, with its 147 acres, reflects all that and more. One of two original parks planned in 1869 by Greeley’s founder, Nathan Meeker, Island Grove’s mature trees tower above its “run through the grass barefoot” lawns. Enhancements added to the facility over the years have been sensitive to the landscape and have earned Island Grove Regional Park a reputation as one of the most picturesque and versatile event complexes in the nation. Island Grove was just recently listed in the American Kennel Club Journal as one of the top five sites in the nation for hosting dog shows! Owned by the City of Greeley and Weld County, with significant investments from private entities, Island Grove has an on-site staff that offers top-notch customer service. Whether it is a small gathering of family and friends, a business get-together or an event that fills the grandstands, you can count on us! Book the entire Island Grove complex for a multi-day event or just a specific portion of the park for the day, and you will find that we offer some of the most affordable facility usage and equipment rental rates anywhere. Events take place at Island Grove throughout the year. Six buildings with rooms of varying sizes offer approximately 150,000 square feet of indoor space. Four arenas, two covered pavilions, over 300 RV hook-ups and wide-open spaces with plenty of shade provide limitless opportunities in an outdoor setting. Island Grove was planned with families and people of all ages in mind. A Splash Park, playground, softball field, multi-use sports fields, picnic areas, direct access to the Poudre River Trail rk.com dgrovepa www.islan and a calendar filled with family-friendly events sets Island Grove apart.

Check ite our webs r e for summ events!

ISLAND GROVE

Events Center • 92,000 sq. ft. • 4 Conference/Meeting Rooms • On-site Caterer and Liquor Concessions • State-of-the-Art Sound System • Power for Every Need • Air Conditioned • Capacity 8,280

Pro-Rodeo Arena & Grandstand • Arena Size 295’ x 195’ • 150 Covered Horse Stalls • 10 Equine Wash Racks • Warm-Up Area • Concession Facilities • Permanent Seating Capacity 9,300 Livestock Building • Usable as an Indoor Arena • Barn Size 300’ x 100’ Bunkhouse • Room Size 48’ x 30’ • Kitchen & Covered Patio • Capacity 75 Greeley Saddle Club Center • Arena Size 300’ x 118’ • Warm-Up Arena Size 210’ x 96’ • Wash Racks • 30 RV Hookups • Shelter House Size 48’ x 30’ • Shelter House Capacity 50 4-H Building • Hall Size 73’ x 86’ • Room Size 31’ x 40’ • Kitchen 19’ x 36’ • Capacity 475

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Reduced Rate Program Youth Assistance Fund

YOUTH ASSISTANCE FUND

Call 350.9406 for more information. The Youth Assistance Fund is available for families that have a financial hardship and would still like to have the opportunity for their child to participate in City of Greeley Rec Programs. The Department of Leisure Services raises money through a variety of sponsorships and donations for the Youth Assistance Fund. As long as there are funds available, we will try to accommodate all requests. There is a $200 per calendar year maximum per family, or $50 per child and a community service agreement that needs to be fulfilled by the parent or the participant. To receive assistance from the Youth Assistance Fund, you must first qualify for the Reduced Rate Program. Youth Assistance Fund applications are available upon request. Once your application is approved, you may register for classes with a valid ID.

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Reduced rate for participation in Rec services and programs are available through the City of Greeley. Qualification Process: 1. Participant must provide a letter of qualification issued by School District 6 for the Free or Reduced Rate Lunch Program. A copy of this letter must be provided for each child. 2. You will be required to purchase a photo ID card for each person within one week of qualifying for the program. Reduced Rate ID Cards are $4 per person. (Replacement cards are $3 per person). With the Reduced Rate Rec ID card, daily fees are: Greeley Recreation Center Youth (16-18) - $3, Youth (6-15) - $2 Family FunPlex Youth (16-18) - $4, Youth (6-15) - $2 Ice Haus $1 off general admission, does not include skate rental. Youth (18 & under) who qualify for the Free Lunch Program receive a 50% discount on non-contracted classes and programs, and those who qualify for the Reduced Rate Lunch Program receive a 25% discount on non-contracted classes and programs. *The Reduced Rate Program does not apply to memberships. To schedule an appointment, please call Pam at the Greeley Recreation Center at 970.350.9406 or Dominique at the Rodarte Center at 970.350.9430

Programa de Precio Reducido

Para mas informacion, llame al 350.9400.

Precios rebajados para participar en servicios de recreo y programas son disponibles por la Ciudad de Greeley.

Asistencia de fondos para jóvenes está disponible para familias que tienen sufrimiento financiero y quieren la oportunidad de participar en las programas que la Cuidad de Greeley ofrece.

Proceso de qualificación: 1. Es necesario que el participante provee una letra de calificación de la programa de almuerzo gratis o reducido por el distrito 6. tiene que proveer una copia de la letra por cada niño. 2. Tiene que comprar una tarjeta Photo ID por cada niño entre una semana de calificando por la programa.

El departamento de recreo recauda dinero de una variedad de patrocinadores y donaciones para la asistencia de fondos para jóvenes. Mientras que existan fondos disponibles, intentaremos complacer toda las solicitudes.

Tarjetas de precios reducidos cuestan $4.00 por persona. (Costo para reemplazar la tarjeta es &3.00 por persona). Centro de Recreo son Jóvenes (16-18) - $3, Jóvenes (6-15) - $2 Family FunPlex Jóvenes (16-18) - $4, Jóvenes (6-15) - $3 Ice Haus $1 de descuento de admission. No incluye los patines.

Hay una cantidad máximo de $200 por ano por familia, o $50 por cada niño y un pacto de servicio comunidad hecho por los padres o el participante.

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Reduced Rate Program

Para recibir asistencia de los fondos para jóvenes, favor de completar una aplicación. Aplicaciones de fondos para jóvenes solamente es disponible si preguntan. Ya que su aplicación este aprobada, puede registrarse para clases con una identificación valida.

Jóvenes (18 y bajo) quien califican para la programa de almuerzo gratis reciben 50% de descuento para sin contracto clases y programas, y los que califican por el precio reducido reciben 25% de descuento para sin contracto clases y programas. El programa para precios rebajados no aplica a las membresías del Centro de Recreo. Para mas información, llame al 350.9406.


SPECIAL EVENTS

SPECIAL EVENTS

MINI GOLF LEAGUES FISHING DERBY

Saturday, June 4 • 8am-Noon

There will be something for the whole family. Join us on this OUTDOOR ADVENTURE with Pole and Tackle. This is a FREE Event. Register the day of the event to win wonderful prizes! For more information, call C.J.Archibeque at 970.350.9548. Ages 5+.

Sanborn Park Fee FREE

FATHER'S DAY SKATE SPECIAL Sunday, June 19 • 12-1:30pm

Celebrate Father’s Day at the Ice Haus. Fathers get in free with free skate rental. Ages 3+.

Greeley Ice Haus Fee Father's are free, $4 adults and kids, $1 kids 4 & under, $2 skate rental.

BREAK IN THE NEW ICE Tuesday, July 5 • 2-5pm

Break in the new ice at the Greeley Ice Haus!

Greeley Ice Haus Fee $3 admission and $2 skate rental!

SUPER HERO SATURDAY

Saturday, August 20 • 12-1:30pm

Dress up as your favorite super hero and come join us at the Ice Haus to skate with some of your favorite super heros! Exhibitions by the Mountain View Skating Club and a free 30 Min-group lesson, from 12:30-1pm, by our certified instructors will help you skate like a super hero. Ages 3+.

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Fee $1 off admission if dressed like a Super Hero. $4 admission for adults and kids, $1 kids 4 & under, $2 skate rental.

River Run Adventure Golf Course will be starting league play in June 2011. League play times will vary depending on division. Division Teams: There will be a maximum of six teams per division. Each team will consist of 6 players with the 4 lowest scores counting as the team score. The total score of each team after 4 weeks will determine the Division Champion. SESSION DAY TIME CODE # June Divisions: Senior Group (50+ yrs) Wed 9-10am 41802 Youth Group (8-11 yrs) Wed 10-11am 41803 Junior Group (11-14 yrs) Wed 11-12pm 41804 Church Group (all ages) Wed 6-7pm 41805 July Divisions: Senior Group (50+ yrs) Mon 9-10am 41806 Youth Group (8-11 yrs) Mon 10-11am 41807 Junior Group (11-14 yrs) Mon 11-12pm 41808 High School Group (15-19 yrs) Mon 5-6pm 41809 Church Group (all ages) Mon 6-7pm 41810 Monthly Division Champion Team Prizes: Winning team will receive 6 - $10 gift certificates redeemable at any Leisure Services Facilities (Family FunPlex, Greeley Recreation Center and Ice Haus).

Family FunPlex Registration Deadline One week prior to league play Fee $120 per team

SUMMER FAMILY NIGHTS

May 20-Aug 17 (M-F) • 5-8pm Family FunPlex River, Run Adventure Golf Course Fee $15 per family (2 adults & up to 4 children)

2ND ANNUAL FREE TIME FAIR Saturday, August 27 • 11am-3pm

The community’s link to Weld County leisure activities

Enjoy everything the community has to offer! There will be live music, a car show, vendor booths, demonstrations, information and much more! Anyone interested in a booth at this event, please call Andrea at 970.336.4219.

Family FunPlex Fee FREE


Get ready for another sensational summer of free entertainment as the City of Greeley and Sears Real Estate presents it's annual Neighborhood Nights movie and concert series. All movies are close captioned for the hearing impaired.

For more information call 350.9400 or 350.9451 or visit www.greeleygov. com/festivals. Presented by

SPECIAL EVENTS

Movies begin at dusk and concert begins at 7pm.

Co-sponsored by

Tointon Gallery UPCOMING SHOWS & EXHIBITS

Experience the wide variety of artwork displayed in the Tointon Gallery by viewing exhibits throughout the year. Attend our receptions to visit with local and regional artists. We are located between the Union Colony Civic Center and the Greeley Recreation Center. All events are open to the public and free of charge. Here is a sneak peak into future gallery exhibits:

June 10 - July 16

Works by Alfredo Linares

Reception: TBA

Linares, a professional artist with excellent technical skills and training, paints exceptional portraits in oil. His vision is to paint not only the simplicity of life, but to capture the moments of love, purity, joy and other wonderful emotions. His hope is that others will be moved by his paintings to help people who have needs, especially children.

Arts Picnic Fine Art Exhibit

July 29 - Aug 27

Reception: July 29, 5-7pm

The annual Arts Picnic Fine Art Exhibit provides over 100 Weld County artists the opportunity to display their creations for family, friends and the community to enjoy. 651 10th Ave • Greeley, CO • 970.350.9450 • www.greeleyart.com Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm (Enter through the Greeley Recreation Center)

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SPECIAL EVENTS Arts Picnic Kick-Off Concert SPECIAL EVENTS

Friday, July 29 • 7-9pm

Grab your lawn chair or blanket and head to the 9th Street Plaza, Friday, July 29 for a wonderful evening of rock ‘n' blues and funk ‘n' soul as Colorado’s favorite horn band, FUNKIPHINO, kicks off the annual Arts Picnic beginning at 7pm. Wear comfortable shoes… You’regonnawannadance! Free admission! Free refreshments! Presenting sponsor

Co-sponsor

2011 Arts Picnic

July 30-31 • Lincoln Park Saturday • 9am–5pm & Sunday • 9am–4pm If your garden gnome has seen its better days or it’s time to to replace the velvet Elvis painting over the fireplace, grab your hat, sunscreen and shopping bag and head to downtown Greeley for the 33rd annual Arts Picnic! Major sponsors

Historic Lincoln Park will again be transformed into one of the largest free visual, performing and culinary festival in northern Colorado where over 175 juried exhibitors gather to sell their handmade wares ranging from soap, silver jewelry and segmented bowls to candles, kids’ toys and caricatures! Visitors can take a break from shopping to sample some of the hearty fare including Greek gyros, smothered burritos and smoked turkey legs in the food court or enjoy a “cold one” while relaxing and unwinding in the beer garden. Two of the three Arts Picnic stages will feature more than 25 of the best Colorado entertainers performing everything from Celtic rock to country swing and rhythm and blues to rock ‘n' roll. Parents can find musicians, clowns and storytellers for the very young festival–goers on the Merry Makers’ Stage set up in Creation Stations’ kids hands-on area where in addition to live entertainment, little ones will be busy with projects that encourage creativity and excite the imagination. Along with many vendors demonstrating their talents, look for Greeley Art Association members setting up their canvases in and around their booth and painting “plein-aire.” This top-rated festival is a wonderful place to spend the day with the whole family so mark your calendar for July 30 and 31…it’s a feast of fun for everyone! For a complete Arts Picnic schedule, visit www.artspicnic.com. Co-sponsors

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SUMMER EVENTS AT THE GREELEY MUSEUMS FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! There are still openings in museum summer camps at Centennial Village. Go to page 55 and check out all the fun offerings. Camps begin June 6 and are open to kids ages 6-12.

May 21 Cowboys & Cattle Drives Living History Program May 28 Wildlife on the Prairie June 4 & 5 Garden Festival June 11 Historic Games June 18 Garden Art Show June 25 Four-Legged Fun—pony rides and petting zoo July 2 & 9 Cowboys & Cattle Drives Living History Program July 16 Evening concert of 1940s music July 23 Four-Legged Fun—pony rides and petting zoo July 30 & 31 Wild West Weekend at Centennial Village and the Weld County Fair August 6 Cowboys & Cattle Drives Living History August 13 Four-Legged Fun—pony rides, petting zoo and corn fest August 20 Fiesta! August 27 Cowboys & Cattle Drives Living History

SPECIAL EVENTS

Centennial Saturdays are in full swing at Centennial Village. Visit the miniature farm animals, play on the merry-go-round, enjoy hands-on activities, explore the eight acres of buildings and grounds. Here are the themes coming up:

ALSO…. There might be some openings left for the annual Heritage Tea June 13 at Centennial Village. Sponsored by Friends of the Greeley Museums, this lovely tea is always a sell-out. Any remaining tickets are available at the Lincoln Park Emporium, downtown at 822 8th St., 351.6222. Nathan Meeker’s 194th birthday party – Friday, July 8 from 10am-2pm. Come and enjoy this free event which includes old-fashioned lawn games, activities, birthday cake, lemonade and tours of the 1870 Meeker Home. Call 350.9220 or visit www.greeleymuseums.com for more info on all events, summer camps, programs and exhibits.

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AQUATICS 2011 OUTDOOR POOL & SPLASH PARK HOURS Centennial Pool

Discovery Bay Waterpark 715 E. 24th St. • 970.353.3538

AQUATICS

Open May 20-August 17 Open Swim Hours Monday-Sunday 1-5pm Daily Fee Youth/Senior $4, Adult $4.50

Centennial Pool 23rd Ave. & Reservoir Rd. • 970.330.2837 Open May 20-August 17 Open Swim Hours M-Sun 1-5pm *Pool closures: July 8-10 (due to swim meet) Daily Fee Youth/Senior $4, Adult $4.50 Lap Swim (16+) M-F 11:30am-12:45pm & 5-6:15pm Fee $3, 10-punch pass (10% discount purchase at pool) $27

20-Punch Pass (Purchase at Greeley Recreation Center, Family FunPlex or at Discovery Bay Waterpark & Centennial Pool) 20% discount on open swim daily fee, Youth/Senior $64, Adult $72 (children 5 & under: $1.50 when accompanied in the water by a paying adult).

Sunrise Splash Park 4th Ave. & 12th St. • 970.356.2594 Open May 20-July 31 Open Hours Monday-Sunday 1-3pm Daily Fee FREE

20-Punch Pass (Purchase at Greeley Recreation Center, Family FunPlex or at Discovery Bay Waterpark & Centennial Pool) 20% discount on open swim daily fee Youth/Senior $64, Adult $72 (children 5 and under: $1.50 when accompanied in the water by a paying adult)

Island Grove Splash Park 14th Ave. & A St. • 970.353.4253

Discovery Bay Waterpark

Open May 20-July 31 Open Hours Monday-Sunday 1-3pm Daily Fee FREE

LOOKING FOR SUMMER WORK? Summer Positions Available: •Pool Manager •Assistant Pool Manager •Lifeguard (Need certification? See pg 24) •Pool Cashier •Splash Park Attendant •Water Safety Instructor

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For more information, call Braydon Maxwell, Rec Supervisor at 970.336.4217

Island Grove Splash Park


AQUATICS

POOL RENTAL INFORMATION

Please call Amanda Gustafson, 970.336.4218 for more information on rates and availability of each facility. Reservations are based on a first come, first served basis and it is suggested that reservations be made at least two weeks in advance.

Discovery Bay Waterpark 715 E. 24th St

Adventure Island Indoor Waterpark

Family FunPlex 1501 65th Ave • 970.350.9401 (fee based on availability) For pool information, contact Braydon Maxwell at 970.336.4217 or for rental information contact Amanda Gustafson at 970.336.4218 for large groups, special events pre-season rentals for schools and large organizations at the Family FunPlex. See pg. 4 for regular pool hours and fees.

Centennial Pool

2315 Reservoir Rd

(2 hour minimum) Up to 100 people $145/hr Up to 200 people $165/hr Up to 300 people $185/hr Up to 400 people $205/hr Up to 500 people $225/hr *Reservations began April 1, 2011. New Schedule available Monday and Wednesday, Friday evenings after 6:30pm and Sat/Sun evenings after 5:30pm and Sunday mornings before 11am. Call for hours and regular fees.

Greeley Rec Center Pool

651 10th Ave • 970.350.9400 Up to 100 people $145/hr Up to 200 people $165/hr Up to 300 people $185/hr *Other additional costs are included when renting the indoor pools during non-operational hours. These fees may include: front desk personnel, custodial crew, security and other Greeley Recreation Center personnel and services. See pg. 7 for regular pool hours and fees.

Island Grove Splash Park

1300 A Street Up to 200 people $40/hr *Reservations began April 1, 2011. Available Monday through Sunday evenings after 3:30pm; Monday through Sunday mornings before 12:30pm. Call for park and pool regular hours and fees.

Sunrise Splash Park

325 12th Street Up to 200 people $40/hr *Reservations began April 1, 2011. Available Monday through Sunday evenings after 3:30pm; Monday through Sunday mornings before 12:30pm. Call for park and pool regular hours and fees. Sunrise Splash Park

LOOK FOR THE SWIM BUS! Did you know you can ride the bus to swim in the summer?

AQUATICS

(2 hour minimum) Up to 100 people $145/hr Up to 200 people $165/hr Up to 300 people $185/hr Up to 400 people $205/hr Up to 500 people $225/hr *New Schedule available Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday evenings after 5:30pm and Sunday mornings before 11am.

May 20-August 17 Kids ride for 25¢ Ages 18 years & under

Routes Purple Route from Island Grove - Rodarte Community Center Greeley Recreation Center - (transfer to Blue Route) and head to Sunrise Park and then on to Discovery Bay Waterpark. Purple Route from Island Grove - Greeley Recreation Center Greeley Recreation Center - (transfer to Green Route) for Centennial Pool The Red Route now goes to the Family FunPlex. Pick it up Downtown to the Mall by way of the Family FunPlex.

Outdoor Pools Private Party Space (Available during open swim times)

Includes:

• Picnic tables that can seat up to six children (two tables will have an open space for wheel chair accessibility) 22 seats. • Chained off area to the public and will be posted reserved. • The rental fee is for the space only, which includes set up and clean up. • The rental group will be responsible for all food, beverages and party/event supplies. • Each participant will need to pay the daily entrance fee to the facility. • If the area is not reserved for the day it will be opened to the public.

Fee $40 per hour (Between 1-5pm and Family Swim Times). Reservations must be made at least one week in advance by calling 336.4218.

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AQUATICS

LIFEGUARD TRAINING

This Red Cross certification class prepares students in all aspects of lifeguard duties, including safety management, proper use of rescue equipment and various rescue techniques. Ages 15+. Min-6, Max-20.

GREELEY REC DIVE CLUB

AQUATICS

LEVEL-6D

Whether you’re working on your front 1-1/2 with two twists, or learning a front dive, great coaching from the Greeley Recreation Center Aquatics Staff will help you improve your diving performance. Must be able to swim one length of 25 yard pool. Ages 6-15 yrs. Min-4, Max-10.

Centennial Pool, 23rd Ave & Reservoir Rd SESSION June 7-30 July 12- Aug 4

DAY TIME T/Th 9-9:45am M/W 9-9:45am

CODE # 41998 41999

Registration Deadlines June 3, July 8 Fee $30 resident, $40 non-resident

C.A.R.A. SWIM TEAM LEVEL-6C

The curriculum for this class is to introduce students to the world of competitive swimming. Students will learn the four basic strokes: freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke and butterfly. Participants must be able to swim one length of the pool using a competitive stroke. Ages 6-16 yrs. Min-6, Max-40.

Greeley Recreation Center SESSION May 31-July 15

DAY M/W/F

TIME 8-9am

CODE # 42000

Registration Deadline May 26 Fee $80 resident, $90 non-resident Loveland/Greeley Swim Club offers year round swimming for kids of all ages and abilities. The program is offered at the Greeley Recreation Center throughout the year. Quality instruction and a fun experience is our motto. www.lovelandswimclub.com

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Greeley Recreation Center SESSION June 1-10

DAY M-F

TIME 9am-1pm

CODE # 42001

Registration Deadline May 30 Fee $185 resident, $195 non-resident Fee includes meeting room, pool time, admission fees, instructor fees, required Red Cross texts, CPR pocket mask, video and equipment rental and Red Cross administration fees. *Please bring a photo ID or birth certificate to the first day of class. One piece suit required.


AQUATICS

RED CROSS SWIM PROGRESSION Parent-Tot Water entry and exit, cue words, floating on front and back, arm movement.

Preschool Getting face wet, blowing bubbles,

AQUATICS

bobbing, assisted floating on front and back, introduce flutter kick and crawl stroke arms and safety skills.

Level 1 Submerge entire body under water, roll front to back and back to front, demonstrate arm and leg movement for 5 ft. on front and back and safety skills. Level 2 Bob 5 times going under water, open eyes and pick up submerged object, combined arm and leg movement for 15 ft. on front and back, swim on side, front and back glide and safety skills.

Level 3 Jump into deep water, head first water entry, perform rotary breathing, tread water 30 seconds in deep water, front and back crawl 15 yards, butterfly kick and body motion 15 yards and safety skills.

Level 4 Back float 1 min., feet first surface dive, front and back crawl 25 yards, butterfly, elementary backstroke and breaststroke 15 yards, swim on side using scissors kick and safety skills. Level 5 Shallow dive glide 2 body lengths and begin any stroke, back float and survival float 2 minutes, front and back crawl 50 yards butterfly, elementary backstroke sidestroke and breaststroke 25 yards and safety skills. Level 6-A (Personal Water Safety) Front and back crawl 100 yards, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and breaststroke 50 yards, survival and back float 5 minutes, survival swimming 10 minutes, various surface dives. Level 6-B (Lifeguard Readiness) Front and back

crawl 100 yards, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke, and breaststroke 50 yards, swim various strokes with rescue tube trailing behind, throwing assist, beach drag, carry object swim on back with face out of water.

Level 6-C

(Recal Swim Team) Front and back crawl 100 yards, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke, and breaststroke 50 yards, use fins, pullbuoys, pace clock and paddles while swimming, use target heart rates, apply principles of water exercise.

Level 6-D (Recal Dive Club) Front and back crawl 100 yards, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and breaststroke 50 yards, begin performing various dives from the 1 meter (low board).

LEARN TO SWIM PROGRAM Class Parent-Tot Preschool Level 1 & Level 2 Level 3 & Level 4 Level 5 to Level 6 (A-C*)

Age 6 mo-3 yrs 3-5 yrs 5+ 5+ 5+

Min 3 3 3 3 3

Max 12 6 6 8 10

*For Level 6D, “Fundamentals of Diving.� participants must be at least 6 yrs old and meet other requirements as specified in the Diving section. After the Friday, 10 pm deadline, registration will be closed. If there are any spaces available, registrations may be accepted with approval of the Rec Supervisor. Any refunds must be handled by the Greeley Recreation Center of FunPlex front desk staff. Registration for all lessons will be on a first come, first served basis beginning at 7am, at the Greeley Recreation Center (651 10th Ave.) and the Family FunPlex (1501 65th Ave.). Parents/Guardians: You may register children in your immediate family and no more than one additional family for any program. For a complete list of all swim lesson levels, locations and times, plus a Swim Progression Chart and pool rules, please visit our website: www.greeleygov.com/REC. Lessons are Monday-Thursday. Online Registration is available for all swim lessons, please call 350.9400 to obtain your ID & Pin at least 24 hours in advance.

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SWIM LESSONS Note: Class minimums must be met or classes will be cancelled. (Please be sure to look for the American Red Cross curriculum on page 25.)

Class Parent-Tot Preschool Level 1 & Level 2 Level 3 & Level 4 Level 5 to Level 6 (A-C*)

Age 6 mo-3 yrs 3-5 yrs 5+ 5+ 5+

Min 3 3 3 3 3

Max 12 6 6 8 10

AQUATICS

GENERAL SWIM LESSON INFORMATION

Registration for all swimming lessons will be on a first come, first served basis at the Greeley Recreation Center Front Desk at 651 10th Ave., Family FunPlex Front Desk at 1501 65th Ave. or online beginning at 7am on Thursdays. Swim lesson schedules are located on the next two pages. Parents/Guardians You may register children in your immediate family and no more than one additional family for any program. Fee Parent-Tot to Level 6 (30-minute lessons) $28 resident, $38 non-resident *$24.50 resident pro-rated, $34.50 non-resident pro-rated

FAMILY FUNPLEX ADVENTURE ISLAND INDOOR WATERPARK Session Dates Registration

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Parent/Tot 9:15am 6pm 7:15pm Preschool 10am 6pm 6:30pm Level 1 10:30am 6:30pm 7:15pm Level 2 10:30am 6:30pm 7:15pm Level 3 9:15am 6pm 7:15pm Level 4 10am 6:30pm Level 5 10:30am 7:15pm Level 6-A 6pm Level 6-B 10am

Session I June 6-16 June 2-3

Session II June 20-30 June 16-17

Session III* July 5-14 June 30-July 1

Session IV July 18-28 July 14-15

Session V Aug 1-11 July 28-29

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42011 42012 42013

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42014 42015 42016

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DISCOVERY BAY WATERPARK Session Dates Registration

Session II June 20-30 June 16-17

Session III* July 5-14 June 30-July 1

Session IV July 18-28 July 14-15

Session V Aug 1-11 July 28-29

42157

42167

42177

42187

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Session I June 6-16 June 2-3

Session II June 20-30 June 16-17

Session III* July 5-14 June 30-July 1

Session IV July 18-28 July 14-15

Session V Aug 1-11 July 28-29

42207 42208

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42301 42302 42303 42304

42329 42330 42331 42332

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42305 42306 42307 42308

42333 42334 42335 42336

42225 42226 42227 42228 42229

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CENTENNIAL POOL Session Dates Registration Parent/Tot 10:15am 11:30am Preschool 10:15am 11:30am Noon Level 1 9am 9:30pm 10:15am 10:45am 11:30am Level 2 9am 9:30am 10:15am Noon Level 3 9am 9:30am 10:15am Noon Level 4 9am 9:30am 10:15am 10:45am Noon Level 5 9am 9:30am 10:45am Level 6-A 10:45am Level 6-B 9am

AQUATICS

Parent/Tot 10:15am Preschool 9:30am 10:15am Level 1 9am 9:30am 10:15am Level 2 9am 10:15am Level 3 9am 9:30am

Session I June 6-16 June 2-3

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FITNESS & WELLNESS Our fitness & wellness programs can provide you with numerous opportunities to increase strength, endurance, knowledge and general well-being in a fun, social setting.

FITNESS

Weight Room Orientation

Feeling lost? Schedule a one-time session with one of our staff members to become more familiar with our equipment and learn more about proper lifting techniques. $7 Individual, Member Orientations are free. (For more information call the Greeley Recreation Center at 970.350.9400 or the Family FunPlex at 970.350.9401).

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Personal Training

Want to take your fitness routine to the next level? Personalized instruction is the way to go! The City of Greeley Leisure Services Department is utilizing the services of ACME Fitness and their Certifi tified Personal Trainers. You can talk to the trainers and find the one that best meets your schedule, fitness and fee requirements. Participants must have ve a current membership or pay the daily fee. Call 970.330.4427 for more information and to o schedule an appointment at the Family FunPlex or the Greeley Recreation Center. Trainer Evon n Schones.

BOOTCAMP

Lindsey Cole, Instructor Boot camp will shock your body into a fat burning machine! Through the use of interval circuits, weight training, functional exercise and plyometrics, each individual will be able to challenge themselves while transforming their body. Whether a beginner or an advanced athlete, this class will improve your overall physical fitness level and performance. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-26.

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NEW

Greeley Recreation Center, Fitness Studio SESSION June 20-July 20* June 21-July 21 July 25-Aug 24 July 26-Aug 25

DAY M/W T/Th M/W T/Th

TIME 9-10am 5:30-6:30pm 9-10am 5:30-6:30pm

CODE # 41648 41656 41649 41657

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee $27 resident, $37 non-resident; *pro-rated $24.50 resident, $34.50 non-resident

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FUNCTIONAL FITNESS

Lindsey Cole, Instructor Functional Fitness allows you to condition your body to use in everyday life. With the use of Pilates, stabilization balls and bands, free weights, and endurance exercise’s we can create an overall fitness level that will transform your body and help you be strong and safe in numerous life activities. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-26.

NEW

Greeley Recreation Center SESSION June 21-July 21 July 26-Aug 25

DAY T/Th T/Th

TIME 12-1pm 12-1pm

CODE # 41650 41651

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee $27 resident, $37 non-resident


FITNESS PROGRAMS INTERVAL CONDITIONING CONTRACTED Nichole Green, Instructor

Family FunPlex SESSION June 20-July 20* July 25-Aug 24

DAY TIME M/W 5:30-6:30pm M/W 5:30-6:30pm

CODE # 41604 41605

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee $30, *pro-rated $27

FITNESS

Improve your muscular conditioning while reducing body fat and reshaping your figure! Class includes weight lifting and circuit training. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-24.

AEROBIC KICKBOXING CONTRACTED Marie Carranza, Instructor

ZUMBA

CONTRACTED Charlotte Rodriguez, Instructor

Zumba is a fusion of Latin and International music with easy to follow dance themes creating a dynamic and effective fitness system that will tone & sculpt the body, maximizing caloric and fat burning. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-24.

Family FunPlex, Fitness Studio SESSION June 20-July 18* June 22-July 20 July 25-Aug 22 July 27-Aug 24

DAY Mon Wed Mon Wed

TIME 10:45-11:45am 4:30-5:30pm 10:45-11:45am 4:30-5:30pm

CODE # 41598 41599 41600 41601

Greeley Recreation Center SESSION DAY TIME June 20-July 20** M/W 6-7pm July 25-Aug 24 M/W 6-7pm

CODE # 41602 41603

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee M or W only classes $20, *pro-rated $16, M/W classes $40, **pro-rated $36

ZUMBA FITNESS AT RODARTE Jaime Thomas, Instructor

Instructor Jaime Thomas. Contact Jaime at 970.405.9039 or zumba4co@gmail.com. Ages 16+. Min-open, Max-open.

Rodarte Community Center DAY Monday Wednesday

TIME 5:30-6:30pm 5:30-6:30pm

FEE $2 per session $2 per session

Kick your way to increased strength, endurance and flexibility. Burn fat, tone and energize your body! All fitness levels welcome. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-24.

Family FunPlex, Fitness Studio SESSION June 21-July 21 June 21-July 21 June 25-July 23 July 26-Aug 25 July 26-Aug 25 July 30-Aug 27

DAY T/Th T/Th Sat T/Th T/Th Sat

TIME 5:30-6:30pm 6:35-7:35pm 8:30-9:30am 5:30-6:30pm 6:35-7:35pm 8:30-9:30am

CODE # 41606 41607 41608 41609 41610 41611

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee $30 T/Th, $15 Sat

TAI CHI CHAUN FOR ! BEGINNERS NEW Amy F. Lee, Instructor Come and experience the ancient Chinese art of Tai Chi Chuan. This program is designed to improve your balance, strength, flexibility, health and well being. Participants will learn the basic movements of the first 1/3 of the form. Ages 16+. Min-4, Max-10.

Family FunPlex SESSION June 20-July 20* June 21-July 21 July 25-Aug 24 July 26-Aug 25

DAY M/W T/Th M/W T/Th

TIME 12-1pm 5:15-6:15pm 12-1pm 5:15-6:15pm

CODE # 41859 41861 41860 41862

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee $27 resident, $37 non-resident; *pro-rated $24.50 resident, $34.50 non-resident

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FITNESS PROGRAMS

CONTRACTED Dawn Terpstra, Instructor

FAST TRACK TO FITNESS

FITNESS

CONTRACTED Eric L’Orange, Instructor

Cardio and weight circuit designed to increase heart rate while improving strength and muscle tone at the same time. Class includes balance, multi-movement, small body part, lower body and abdominals. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-26.

Family FunPlex, Fitness Studio SESSION June 21-July 21 July 26-Aug 25

DAY T/Th T/Th

TIME 5:15-6:15am 5:15-6:15am

WEIGHT TRAINING & CONDITIONING This class is designed to teach the beginner about weight lifting and cardiovascular training. Upon successful completion of this class, the participant will be issued a certificate for use of the weight room with a parent or guardian. Ages 12-15 (youth), Ages 16+ (adult). Min-5, Max-8.

Family FunPlex, Fitness Studio SESSION

DAY

TIME

CODE #

June 21-July 21 July 26-Aug 25

T/Th T/Th

5-6pm 5-6pm

41612 41613

June 21-July 21 July 26-Aug 25

T/Th T/Th

6:05-7:05pm 6:05-7:05pm

41614 41615

YOUTH

CODE # 41620 41621

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee $35

ALL IN ONE

ADULT

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee $60

CONTRACTED Jamie Schneider, Instructor

Want variety in your workout? This class does it all. This class will change your body through the use of spin bikes, steps, bands, kickboxing, circuit and interval training, jump ropes, free weights for muscle strengthening and toning, with the finishing touch of abs at the end of every class. All fitness levels are welcome. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-26.

Family FunPlex, Fitness Studio SESSION June 24-July 22 June 20-July 20* July 29-Aug 26 July 25-Aug 24

DAY Fri M/W Fri M/W

TIME 9:35-10:25am 7:40-8:25pm 9:35-10:25am 7:40-8:25pm

CODE # 41616 41617 41618 41619

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee $15 1 day/wk, $30 2 days/wk, *pro-rated $27

MASTERS SWIMMING Open to adults (16+) interested in fitness conditioning and/or competition. This class is a great way to meet other lap swimmers and cross-trainers. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-24.

Centennial Pool, 23rd Ave & Reservoir Rd SESSION May 24-June 30 July 5-Aug 11

DAY TIME T/Th 5:15-6:15pm T/Th 5:15-6:15pm

Registration Deadlines May 19, June 30 Fee $33 resident, $43 non-resident.

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R E W O P Y T I L I G A D SPEE 30

CODE # 41622 41623

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FITNESS PROGRAMS BEGINNERS YOGA 4 HEALTH

CONTRACTED Edie Trowbridge, Instructor

A special lunch hour class for strength and balance. Find your center, build your core and attain relaxation with simple yoga postures in a chair. Wear comfortable clothing. Senior friendly class. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-18.

Family FunPlex, Community Room B SESSION June 22-July 20 July 27-Aug 24

DAY TIME CODE # Wed 12:30-1:30pm 41869 Wed 12:30-1:30pm 41870

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee $25

YOGA 4 STRENGTH This class involves toning and strengthening with traditional yoga poses. Please bring a yoga mat and blanket. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-18.

Family FunPlex, Community Room B DAY Sat Sat

TIME 7:15-8am 7:15-8am

Family FunPlex SESSION June 9-July 7 July 14-Aug 11

DAY TIME Thurs 6:15-7pm Thurs 6:15-7pm

CODE # 41531 41532

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $32.50

INTERMEDIATE YOGA 4 HEALTH CONTRACTED Nancy Swanson, Instructor

CONTRACTED Nancy Swanson, Instructor

SESSION June 18-July 23* July 30-Aug 27

This is a gentle, self-paced stretching and strengthening class for students who want to improve flexibility from their neck to their toes! Bring mat & blanket. *New students should seek doctors approval before beginning yoga classes. Ages 16+. Min-4, Max-18.

FITNESS

SIMPLE YOGA STRETCHING & BREATHING

CONTRACTED Nancy Swanson, Instructor

Incorporate more of a strengthening perspective without sacrificing the relaxation and strengthening protocols found in Beginners Yoga for Health. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-18.

Family FunPlex CODE # 41625 41626

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $32.50, *no class July 2

SESSION June 9-July 7 July 14-Aug 11

DAY TIME Thurs 7:10-8pm Thurs 7:10-8pm

CODE # 41533 41534

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $32.50

HATHA YOGA

CONTRACTED Edie Trowbridge, Instructor

Class includes proper breathing, classic poses, deep relaxation and visualization, ending with a restorative period. Bring a mat or towel. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-18.

Senior Center, Meeting Room 2 SESSION June 21-July 19 June 23-July 21 July 26-Aug 23 July 28-Aug 25

DAY Tues Thurs Tues Thurs

TIME 5:30-6:45pm 5:30-6:45pm 5:30-6:45pm 5:30-6:45pm

CODE # 41627 41628 41629 41630

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee $32.50

Family FunPlex, Community Room B SESSION June 25-July 23 July 30-Aug 27

DAY Sat Sat

TIME 8:30-9:45am 8:30-9:45am

CODE # 41631 41632

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee $32.50

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FITNESS PROGRAMS LE TOUR DE SPIN

FITNESS

CONTRACTED Jamie Schneider, Instructor Dawn Terpstra, Instructor

Join us as we follow Le Tour de France. Our rides will simulate the daily rides on the tour. The perfect chance to motivate yourself to stay cool indoors and challenge your skills. Your will need to register for a spinning class. The more classes the better your chance to win. Prizes will be awarded to top finishers. Min-5, Max-75.

Family FunPlex SESSION June 20-July 23

CODE # 41633

2 HOUR SPINNING RIDE CONTRACTED Jamie Schneider, Instructor Dawn Terpstra, Instructor

Come join us for the ultimate spin ride! 2 hours of spinning, with a short 5 minutes break halfway through. A great class to challenge yourself. Please make sure you have attended a spin class before you come to the 2 hour ride. Min-8, Max-14.

Family FunPlex SESSION June 24 July 1 July 8

TIME 6:15-8:15pm 6:15-8:15pm 6:15-8:15pm

CODE # 41887 41888 41889

Fee $10

Registration Deadline June 19 Fee $5 *Must register for class seperately.

PUMP ‘N’ SPIN

SPINNING

CONTRACTED Jamie Schneider, Instructor

This class will enhance bike performance as well as tone the upper and lower body through strength training. During our ride we will get off the bikes and utilize weight training for a complete body workout. Ages 16+. Min-6, Max-14.

Family FunPlex SESSION June 24-July 22 July 29-Aug 26

DAY Fri Fri

TIME 5:05-6am 5:05-6am

CODE # 41634 41635

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee $15

SPIN CIRCUIT

CONTRACTED Jamie Schneider, Instructor

Spin and weight training circuit class designed to keep heart rates up while utilizing spin bikes, free weights, fit balls and more. Great for all fitness levels. Ages 16+. Min-6, Max-17.

Family FunPlex SESSION June 21-July 21 June 21-July 21 July 26-Aug 25 July 26-Aug 25

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DAY T/Th T/Th T/Th T/Th

TIME 8:30-9:30am 12-12:45pm 8:30-9:30am 12-12:45pm

CODE # 41636 41637 41638 41639

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee $30

CONTRACTED Jamie Schneider, Instructor Dawn Terpstra, Instructor

Pedal through various intensities, hills, sprints, flat roads and more. Regardless of your fitness level, you will get a heart pounding yet low impact workout while maintaining the ability to go at your own pace. Please bring a water bottle. Ages 16+. Min-6, Max-14.

Family FunPlex SESSION June 20-July 20* June 20-July 20* June 20-July 20* June 21-July 21 June 21-July 21 June 24-July 27 June 25-July 28 June 25-July 28 July 25-Aug 24 July 25-Aug 24 July 25-Aug 24 July 26-Aug 25 July 26-Aug 25 July 27-Aug 26 July 28-Aug 27 July 28-Aug 27

DAY M/W M/W M/W T/Th T/Th Fri Sat Sat M/W M/W M/W T/Th T/Th Fri Sat Sat

TIME 5:05-6am 8:30-9:30am 6:35-7:35pm 6:15-7am 7:35-8:35pm 8:30-9:30am 7:30-8:15am 9:35-10:35am 5:05-6am 8:30-9:30am 6:35-7:35pm 6:15-7am 7:35-8:35pm 8:30-9:30am 7:30-8:15am 9:35-10:35am

CODE # 41871 41873 41875 41877 41879 41881 41883 41885 41872 41874 41876 41878 41880 41882 41884 41886

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee $30 2 days/wk, $15 1 day/wk, *pro-rated $27


FITNESS PROGRAMS

Please remember: classes will be cancelled if, by the registration deadline, the minimum number’s are not met. A complete description of classes is available at the front desk. Schedules subject to change due to programs, special events, etc. The swimming pool may be closed and/or programs may start a few minutes late on certain dates due to SD6 Swim Meets.

Session Dates

Registration Deadlines

Land Min-5 Aqua Min-5

GREELEY RECREATION CENTER Class Name

Deep Water Cardio Aqua Aerobics Aqua Aerobics Aqua Aerobics Bootcamp Functional Fitness Fitball Yoga Aqua Aerobics Bootcamp

FAMILY FUNPLEX

Day

Time Res. Non-Res. Length Sess. I Morning Aqua Programs T/Th 6:15am $27 $37 45 min 41640 M/W 9am $27 $37 1 hour 41642* T/Th 9am $27 $37 1 hour 41644 Fri 9am $13.50 $23.50 1 hour 41646 M/W 9am $27 $37 1 hour 41648* T/Th Noon $27 $37 1 hour 41650 Noon Land Programs M/W Noon $27 $37 45 min 41652* Noon Aqua Programs M/W Noon $27 $37 45 min 41654* Evening Land Programs T/Th 5:30pm $27 $37 1 hour 41656 *Pro-rated $24.50 resident, $34.50 non-resident

Class Name

Day

Cardio Step Cardio Step SilverSneakers® Yoga Stretch SilverSneakers® Muscular Strength & Range of Movement Aqua Yogalates SilverSneakers® SilverSplash® Water Walking Water Walking Aqua Aerobics Deep Water Deep Water Aqua Power Walking & Sculpting Aqua Yogalates Tai Chi Chaun Tai Chi Chaun Yoga in Nature Aqua Aerobics Deep Water

Max-24 Max-20 Sess. II 41641 41643 41645 41647 41649 41651 41653 41655 41657

Sess. I

Sess. II

M/W Fri M/W

Time Res. Non-Res. Length Morning Land Programs 6am $27 $37 45 min 6am $13.50 $23.50 45 min 7:30am $27 $37 1 hour

41833* 41835 41837*

41834 41836 41838

T/Th

9:30am

41839

41840

T/Th M/W

Morning Aqua Programs 6am $27 $37 45 min 7am $27 $37 1 hour

41841 41843*

41842 41844

M/W Fri M/W T/Th Fri M/W

7am 7am 9am 9am 9am 10am

41845* 41847 41849* 41851 41853 41855*

41846 41848 41850 41852 41854 41856

10am $27 $37 45 min 41857 Evening Land Programs M/W 12pm $27 $37 1 hour 41859* T/Th 5:15pm $27 $37 1 hour 41861 T/Th 6:30pm $27 $37 1 hour 41863 Evening Aqua Programs M/W 5:30pm $27 $37 1 hour 41865* T/Th 5:30pm $27 $37 1 hour 41867 *Pro-rated $24.50 resident, $34.50 non-resident

41858

T/Th

$27

$27 $13.50 $27 $27 $13.50 $27

$37

$37 $23.50 $37 $37 $23.50 $37

1 hour

1 hour 1 hour 1 hour 1 hour 1 hour 1 hour

FITNESS

Session I June 20-July 23 Session I June 16 Session II July 25-Aug 27 Session II July 21

41860 41862 41864 41866 41868

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ICE SKATING AT THE HAUS Cool kids stay cool at the Ice Haus this summer!

GREELEY ICE HAUS

900 8th Avenue Greeley, CO 80631 www.greeleyicehaus.com

STYLE CLASS

SKATE SCHOOL SUMMER SESSIONS Basic Skills Programs

Session I May 23-July 21* Registration May 2-26 Session II July 25-Sept 1 Registration June 27-July 28 *No classes May 30 & June 1-2 due to Memorial Day; no classes June 27-30 or July 4-7 due to ice maintenance.

MONDAYS BEGINNING MAY 23 & JULY 25

CLASS

TIME

SESS. I

SESS. II

Freeskate 1-6 5:20-5:50pm 41750 41751 Snowplow Sam 1 5:20-5:50pm 41752 41753 Basic 7/8 5:20-5:50pm 41754 41755 Snowplow Sam 2/3 5:55-6:25pm 41756 41757 Basic 2 5:55-6:25pm 41758 41759 Basic 5/6 5:55-6:25pm 41760 41761 Basic 3/4 6:30-7pm 41762 41763 Adult 1-4 6:30-7pm 41764 41765 Basic 1 6:30-7pm 41766 41767 1/2 Ice Practice 6:30-7pm Competition Prep. 7-7:30pm 41768 Artistry in Motion 1-4 7-7:30pm 41769 WEDNESDAYS BEGINNING MAY 25 & JULY 27

CLASS

TIME

SESS. I

CLASS

TIME

SESS. I

SESS. II

Parent & Tot 6:15-6:45pm 42532 42533 Basic 1 6:45-7:15pm 41772 41773 Adult 1-4 7:15-7:45pm 41774 41775 THURSDAYS BEGINNING MAY 26 & JULY 28 Home School Basic 1-3 12-12:30pm 41776 Home School Basic 4-6 12:30-1pm 41778 Home School Basic 7+ 1-1:30pm 41780

SESS. II

41777 41779 41781

All class times are subject to change.

Fee $53 resident, $63 non-resident (includes skate rental). As of July 2011 all participants must pay $10.25/year USFSA registration fee.

First child pays regular rate, additional siblings receive a 10% discount. 10% discount for 2 or more classes at time of registration. Discount available if you register in person at Ice Haus. Discount does not apply to online registration.

Check out this new class that will introduce the advanced skater to upper body movement and expression while interpreting different genre’s of music. This will be a great benefit to the skaters overall presentation while performing. Ages 6+.

Greeley Ice Haus Meeting Room A/B SESSION June 6-July 11 August 1-22

DAY TIME Mon 6-7pm Mon 6-7pm

CODE # 41782 41783

Registration Dates April 2-May 26, June 27-July 28 Fee $30 resident, $40 non-resident. 10% off two or more classes, must request at time of registration. *No class June 27 or July 4 due to ice maintenance.

FRONT RANGE INVITATIONAL BASIC SKILLS SERIES COMPETITION

Saturday, July 30 beginning at 1:45pm

Skate School participants from Snowplow Sam 1-3, Basic 1-8, Freeskate 1-6, Pre-Preliminary and Preliminary are eligible for this competition. This is a great local competition for skaters who are curious about competing in the sport of skating. Medals are given to all places in competition. Entry forms are available at the Greeley Ice Haus and on the Mountain View Skating Club website at www.mountainviewskatingclub.com and look for Front Range Invitational entry form application. Contact Josh Cohen at jc40491@ gmail.com for questions or further information. Ages 3+. Registration Deadline July 1

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

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Parent & Tot/Mommy & Me An opportunity for parents and their children to learn how to skate together. Focus is on the basic skating coordination needed in order to move to the Snowplow Sam or Basic Skills levels. Recommended for ages 3-5 years. Snowplow Sam 1-3 Levels aimed at ages 5 and under. Goal: to develop coordination and strength that will carry over to the basic skills classes. Basic 1 Introduces the fundamentals of basic skating skills to ages 6 and above. Basic 2-8 Develops existing skills and will attain basic knowledge of the sport enabling them to advance to the more specialized areas of skating. Freeskate 1-6 Move on from basics and begin jumps and spinning. The level where a skater decides to go competitive or stay recreational. Started only after completing the basic skills levels. Homeschool Designed for students in a homeschool program or 1/2 day school program who are available during the weekday hours for skating lessons. Recommended for ages 3+ years. Adult Beginner & Advanced An opportunity for adults to learn the fundamentals of skating. Competition Preparation This class is designed to introduce and enhance the skaters' performance skills by mapping out elements and choreography within a program, interpreting different styles of music and building confidence before performing in public. Basic 5 and above. Artistry in Motion A standardized choreography and style program to be used in conjunction with advanced basic and free skate levels. The beginning of a figure skaters artistic education on ice.


GREELEY ICE HAUS

GREELEY YOUTH RECREATIONAL HOCKEY

SESSION

DAY

TIME

Mini-Mites (Ages 4-8) June 2-July 24 Thurs 5:15-6:15pm Sun 3-4pm July 28-Sept 11 Thurs 5:15-6:15pm Sun 3-4pm Squirt/Pee-Wee (Ages 9-13) May 31-July 24 Tues 5:30-6:30pm Sun 4:15-5:15pm July 26-Sept 11 Tues 5:30-6:30pm Sun 4:15-5:15pm

CODE # 41660 41661

41662 41663

Registration May 2-30, July 2-25 Note: Registration will start at 8:30am–online, at

the Greeley Ice Haus, Family FunPlex or Greeley Recreation Center. Online registration available at http://online.activecommunities.com/Greeley. QUESTIONS? CALL 970.350.9402 to obtain ID & password 48 hours in advance. Fee $53 resident, $63 non-resident. Uniform not included. Equipment may be rented if the City has your child’s size. Otherwise starter sets may be purchased through the Hockey Haus Pro-Shop.

HOCKEY CUB PROGRAM

The purpose of hockey classes is to develop the necessary skills required to play hockey successfully: skating, stick handling, passing/receiving and shooting. Cub 1-5 hockey levels represent a technical progression from beginning to advanced skills in which the mastery of skills at one level will provide the building blocks for the mastery of the skills at the next level. 7 week program meant to parallel Youth Recreational Hockey Program and travel programs. Ages 3+. Min-20, Max-100. Session I June 5-July 24 (this session only 6 wks) Session II July 31-Sept 11 LEVEL Cub 1 Cub 2 Cub 3 Cub 4 Cub 5

DAY

Sun Sun Sun Sun Sun

TIME

5:30-6pm 6-6:45pm 6-6:45pm 6-6:45pm 6-6:45pm

SESS. I

41784 41786 41788 41790 41792

SESS.II

41785 41787 41789 41791 41793

Registration May 2-June 4, May 24-July 25 Fee $53 resident, $63 non-resident

SUMMER SKATE CAMP

The "coolest" summer camp ever! Ages 6+. Min-3, Max-40. Beginner This is for skaters who have been skating less than a year and would like to take their skating skills to the next level. They will learn beginning techniques of jumps and spins, basic footwork and proper body position for landings and edge control. Off-Ice will include: Circuit training with yoga balls, strength training with skaters own body weight, jump rope, stretching, style, dance, skating dress design class, movies and skating videos and jump exercises. Advanced This is for the skater who has participated in skate school classes for at least 1 year, 7 Skate School sessions or more. The camp will include approximately 1 1/2 hours of On-Ice work and 1 hour and 15 minutes of Off-Ice Work. On-Ice will include: jumps, spins, power, footwork, upper body movement, stroking, Theatre One Ice, and Artistry in Motion. Off-ice conditioning will include: Circuit training with yoga balls, strength training with skaters own body weight, jump rope, stretching, style, dance, skating dress design class, movies and skating videos and jump exercises. *Exercise equipment is not provided. Skater should bring-yoga ball and jump ropes also wear tennis shoes. SESSION DAY Beginner, June 13-17 M-F Advanced, June 13-17 M-F

TIME 9-11:45am 9-11:45am

GREELEY ICE HAUS

Coaches teach fundamentals, team play, sportsmanship and FUN! These teams may be Co-Ed. Participants will need to purchase their hockey jersey at the Hockey Haus located at the Greeley Ice Haus. Games will be played on Sunday afternoons. *Squirt/ Pee Wee age group requires children to be enrolled or pass Cub 2. 7 week program with 7 games & 7 practices. Ages 4+ (as of Jan 1, 2011). Min-20, Max-100.

CODE # 41794 41795

Registration May 2-June 12 Late Registration Late fee of $10 after June 12 Fee $125 for skating beginners, $160 for advanced (advanced price includes four freestyle sessions the week of skate camp).

HOCKEY CAMP

The Greeley Ice Haus hockey camp is designed to develop personal growth as well as strength and skill. This hockey camp will be geared toward the Squirt and Pee-Wee age groups (8-12 years old). The camp includes 2 hours of On-ice skill development, an hour of classroom hockey education as well as an hour of Off-ice training. Students should bring their own lunch as there will be 45 minute lunch break. Questions? Call 350.9402 for details. Ages 8-12 yrs. Min-8, Max-20. SESSION June 20-24

DAY Mon-Fri

TIME 9am-3pm

Registration Dates May 15-June 15 Fee $150 per child.

CODE # 41796

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ADULT HOCKEY

GREELEY ICE HAUS

Novice League

Beginner league learning the skills of the game from professional coaches, includes 6 games & 6 practices. Ages 16+, Co-Ed. Min-25, Max-100.

GREELEY ICE HAUS

SESSION July 10-Sept 25

TIME Evenings

CODE # 41799

Registration June 15-July 8 Late Registration July 9-10 ($25 late fee) Fee $165 resident, $175 non-resident (jersey not included), $82.50 resident goalies, $92.50 non-resident goalies.

C/D League

10 game guarantee + playoffs. Ages 16+, Co-Ed. Min-40, Max-100. SESSION July 5-Sept 27

OVER 40 HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

This tournament is specifically for over 40 year old hockey players. Ages 40+. Min-4 teams, Max-6 teams. DATE August 26-28

DAY TIME Fri/Sat/Sun All Day

CODE # 41798

Registration May 5-Aug 15 Fee $700 per team.

FRIDAY THEME NIGHTS Movie Night - June 10 • 7:15-10pm Receive $1 off admission! $5 Admission $2 Skate Rental

Cowboy Night June 24 • 7:15-10pm

Dress in western attire and receive $1 off admission!

Trivia on Ice July 15 • 7:15-10pm

DAY Tues

TIME Evenings

CODE # 41800

Registration June 15-July 1 Late Registration July 2-5 ($25 late fee) Fee $165 resident, $175 non-resident (jersey not included), $82.50 resident goalies, $92.50 non-resident goalies.

OVER 35 ADULT HOCKEY LEAGUE

Adult Hockey League for players over the age of 35. The aim of this League is a quality hockey and social experience for adults. The league will be a B/C skill level and all players must be over the age of 35, no exceptions! Players will register for the league as a free agent. Team captains will select their team in a true draft format. If a player is not drafted, they will be issued a refund or put on a waiting list. Each team will be guaranteed 10 regular season games plus playoffs. Playoff format will be single elimination. Regulation games will consist of 2x15 minute stop periods, with a 12 minute stop 3rd period. Ages 35+. Min-25, Max-52. SESSION Aug 11-Nov 3

DAY TIME Thurs Evenings

CODE # 41801

Game Night - July 29 • 7:15-10pm

Registration July 1-Aug 5 Late Registration Aug 6-8 ($25 late fee) Fee $165 resident, $175 non-resident (jersey not included),

Back to School Bash - Aug 29 • 7:15-10pm

DROP-IN HOCKEY

Receive $1 off admission! Receive $1 off admission! Receive $1 off admission!

$82.50 resident goalies, $92.50 non-resident goalies.

Coolest place to workout and only $2 a visit! For more information, visit www.greeleyicehaus.com or call 970.350.9402. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-10.

To provide a safe, fun and exciting time for all hockey players. Drop-in is a time to create relationships and develop skill playing with a variety of skill levels. Full equipment required. Call the front desk at 970.350.9402 for info. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-10.

SESSION Ongoing

SESSION Through Aug 31

RUN THE STAIRS

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DAY Sun

Fee $2

DAY M/W/F

TIME 12-1pm

Fee $6

DAY Sun

TIME ___________ 9:30-10:45pm


at the Greeley Rec Center Learn proper handgun safety, marksmanship and range etiquette from NRA certified instructors. Firearm, eye and ear protection is provided. Range orientation is required before participation is allowed in the range area. For more information, please call Chuck Holt at 970.214.1307. Range Orientation is the third Friday of each month at 7pm and the classes are the third Saturday of each month for new members. Ages 18+.

Greeley Recreation Center SESSION On-going

DAY Mon-Thurs

GRC INDOOR RANGE

The rifle range is supervised by certified instructors affiliated with the Columbine Rifle and Pistol Club. No Drop-in use is allowed without supervision by a Range Officer. All activities are run on an individual program basis. All patrons are required to register at the Greeley Recreation Center Front Desk prior to entering into the range. DO NOT bring firearms into the Rec Center Lobby. No full metal jacket ammunition is allowed. For more information about the Club, please call Chuck Holt at 970.214.1307.

TIME 7-8:30pm

Fee $50 annual membership required, $3 target fee per night.

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

BEGINNING PISTOL CLASSES

GREELEY JUNIOR SHOOTING CLUB

COLUMBINE BULL'S-EYE PISTOL MARKSMANSHIP

NRA bull’s-eye pistol marksmanship practice time is offered twice a week by the Columbine Rifle & Pistol Club. Participants must receive approval from a Range Officer and must provide their own firearms, eye and ear protection and ammunition. Shooting is limited to .22 standard velocity, .38 and .45 mid-range or target loads. Proficiency with a .22 is required before larger calibers will be authorized. Ages 18+.

Greeley Recreation Center SESSION On-going

DAY Mon-Thurs

TIME_____ 7-8:30pm

Fee $50 annual membership required, $3 target fee per night.

Have you ever wanted to learn how to shoot a firearm in a safe environment and possibly some day shoot in a friendly NRA competition? Youth 9-18 years old are invited to join this junior shooting program at the Greeley Recreation Center shooting range. Club will meet on Tuesdays from 6-9pm. Limited supply of fire arm equipment will be provided. Included in this year long program are training sessions that include gun safety, etiquette, skill and target practice. Each participant will be required to purchase a Greeley Junior Shooting Club membership of $25 per year and pay a daily admission fee of $3 per visit. Please make checks payable to Greeley Junior Shooting Club. For more information call Robert Oberle at 303.536.9905. Ages 9-18 yrs.

Greeley Recreation Center SESSION On-going

DAY Tuesdays

TIME_____ 6-9pm

Fee $25 membership required, $3 target fee per visit

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURES CONCEALED WEAPON PERMIT COURSE

HUNTER EDUCATION CONTRACTED Doug Round, Instructor

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

CONTRACTED Anthony Navarro, Instructor

NRA Certified Instructor Anthony Navarro will take you through the legal aspects, mindset, speed-shooting, tactical weapons handling, malfunction clearing and marksmanship skills necessary to win lethal confrontations. Most courses are 50% women. This one day 8-hour course exceeds state requirements for concealed carry. Class size is limited and comes with a money back guarantee! Classes are one day only. Please visit www.coloradoshootingsports.com for a complete course description. Please call Anthony at 970.381.8188 at Colorado Shooting Sports L.L.C. Ages 18+. Min-6, Max-10.

Colorado Shooting Sports 22495 Hwy 34, Greeley SESSION June 4 June 11 June 18 June 25 July 9 July 16

CODE # 41899 41900 41901 41902 41903 41904

SESSION July 23 July 30 Aug 6 Aug 13 Aug 20 Aug 27

CODE # 41905 41906 41907 41908 41909 41910

Time 8am-5pm Registration Deadline 24 hours prior Fee $200 + cost of ammunition. Rental guns

available for $40.

JUNIOR OLYMPIC ARCHERY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

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The Greeley Archers Club recently added the Northern Colorado Junior Archers Junior Olympic Development Archery Program to their list of services. JOAD will practice for the outdoor season May-July, on Tuesday nights. Dates and time are to be announced. Required equipment includes bow, six arrows, side hip quiver, arm guard and finger tap (re curve) or release (compound). Members have an opportunity to shoot in NAAA and NFAA tournaments. Please call Shelly Pingel at 970.330.2970, or email her at shellp@truevine.net with any questions regarding registration and fees.

Hunters and trappers in Colorado born after January 1, 1949 must have a Hunter Education Card to participate in their favorite outdoor shooting sport. Experienced instructors cover firearms safety, ethics, archery safety, survival techniques and game regulations. Students will view videos, engage in role playing and receive information to test out for certification. Students must attend all classes to receive card. Parental approval is required for minors to participate in this session. All study materials are provided. Please provide writing pens or pencils for class. Please call Doug Round at 970.352.9190 with any questions. Ages 10+. Min-10, Max-50.

Greeley Recreation Center, Ready Room SESSION July 18 July 19 July 20 July 21 July 22

DAY Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri

TIME CODE # 1-5pm 41898 1-5pm 1-5pm 1-5pm 8am (till finish)

Registration Deadline July 15 Fee $10

GREELEY ARCHERS CLUB

The Greeley Archers were established in 1976 and are members of the National Field Archers Association and Colorado Bow Hunters Association. With two ranges, indoor at the GRC and outdoor at Hwy 85 and 42nd St., they have just what you need. For more information call John Canon, Club President, at 970.590.3758. The club is family oriented and offers a wide range of archery opportunities including: • Youth Lessons through Leisure Services • Junior Olympic Archery Development Program • Target Leagues • Bow Hunter Leagues • 3-D Tournaments • Bow Hunters Education Ages 6+. Must be a member to participate.

Greeley Recreation Center, Room 201 DAY 1st Thursday of Month

TIME________________ 7pm

Fee $40 per year for family membership.


WILD & EDIBLE PLANTS SEMINAR

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

Join “Cattail Bob” Seebeck, the author of Best-Tasting WildPlantsofColoradoandtheRockies,intheexploration of edible flora in a high mountain garden, minutes from Drake, Colorado. Be able to identify plants as you stroll in the clean Rocky Mountain air. Identify medicinal and poisonous plants. Please provide your own sunglasses, rain gear, picnic lunch, day-pack and transportation. Participants will meet at Drake US Post Office in Drake at 9am. Ages 16+. Min-6, Max-13.

A FAMILY OVERNIGHT & CANOEING SOUTH PLATTE RIVERS

CONTRACTED

DAY Sat Sat Sat

TIME 8am-6pm 8am-6pm 8am-6pm

CODE # 41934 41935 41936

Registration Deadline Wednesday prior Fee $30

DISCOVER SCUBA DIVING (DSD) CONTRACTED

Sample scuba with a licensed diving professional from Tortuga Bay of Greeley. Your two hours of instruction will orient you to all the equipment and the unforgettable underwater experience of swallow diving and progressing into deeper water maneuvers. If you enjoy this class and desire to advance further to full certification, this program will be credited toward your training. Ages 10+. Min-1, Max-10.

Start with a home style meal from a Dutch Oven. The next day strap on the life jacket for a beautiful trip down the South Platte River. You won’t realize that you’re only minutes from Greeley! Please provide change of clothes, camera, bug spray, sleeping gear, beverage and snacks. Evening meal, breakfast, beverages, gear and canoe equipment will be supplied by Bernie Kendall of White Water Canoe Company. Ages 18+ (12-17 yrs accompanied by paying adult). Min-24, Max-50. SESSION June 18-19

DAY Sat-Sun

TIME 6pm

CODE # 41941

Registration Deadline June 15 Fee $95 resident, $105 non-resident, $300 for a resident family of four, $325 non-resident family ($25 for each additional member of the same household).

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

SESSION July 9 August 13 Sep 24

CONTRACTED

Tortuga Bay Pool, 6200 W 9th St SESSION June 11 July 9 August 13

DAY Sat Sat Sat

TIME 4-5:30pm 4-5:30pm 4-5:30pm

CODE # 41937 41938 41939

Registration Deadline Wednesday prior Fee $30 resident, $40 non-resident

CANOEING ON THE THOMPSON & SOUTH PLATTE RIVERS CONTRACTED

Start on Thompson River and end up on the South Platte River at Two Rivers Parkway. Please bring change of clothes, camera, beverage and lunch. Gear and canoe equipment will be supplied by Bernie Kendall of White Water Canoe Company. Ages 18+ (12-17 yrs accompanied by paying adult). Min-24, Max-50.

Thompson & South Platte River SESSION June 11

DAY Sat

TIME 8am-5pm

Registration Deadline June 9 Fee $55 resident, $65 non-resident

CODE # 41940

COLORADO RIVER CANOE TRIP CONTRACTED

Join Bernie Kendall and Mike Willis as you travel through Ruby and Horsethief Canyon with towering red sandstone cliffs etched in blue sky on either side. A hike/climb to the world’s second largest collection of natural arches in Rattlesnake Canyon is also in the works. No canoeing experience is required. Top of the line crafts and gear is provided by the certified guides with White Water Canoe Company from Greeley, Colorado. All you need to do is pack your vehicle with your personal gear, sleeping bag, tent and meet us on the Western slope with a sense of adventure awaiting. Ages 16+. Min-20, Max-25.

CO River in Grand Junction, CO to Westwater, UT SESSION Aug 5-7

DAY Fri-Sun

TIME 8am

CODE # 41942

Registration Deadline Wednesday prior Fee $295

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

FRIDAY NIGHT YOUTH CLIMBING

Enjoy a Friday evening climb at the Climbing Wall with one of our fun, energetic staff. This is not a Certification Class, but a chance to be introduced to climbing and improving your maneuvering on the wall. Ages 6-14 yrs (bring your parents). Min-4, Max-8.

Greeley Recreation Center, Climbing Wall SESSION June 3 June 17 July 1 July 15 July 29 August 12 August 26

DAY Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri

TIME 6-8pm 6-8pm 6-8pm 6-8pm 6-8pm 6-8pm 6-8pm

CODE # 41943 41944 41945 41946 41947 41948 41949

Registration Deadline Wednesday prior by 5pm Fee $8 resident, $18 non-resident

PIZZA & FAMILY CLIMBING

The whole family can learn the basic skills of climbing together and experience a time of special bonding. These two-hour activities are scheduled through the Rec Program Manager at 970.350.9422. Ages 5+. Min-4, Max-8.

Greeley Recreation Center, Climbing Wall SESSION On-going

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TIME_________ 6-8pm

Registration Deadline Two week notice Fee $45 per family of four; includes pizza and soft drinks for everyone. $5 each additional family member.

YOUTH CLIMBING

Level I Learn how to climb the wall, learn the

commands of climbing and belaying, learn to wear the harness properly, learn knots for climbing and basic belaying set-up. Level II Demonstrate knowledge of commands and what is said by the belayer and the climber, how to wear harness without instruction, demonstrate without instruction how to tie a figure 8 knot and use belay devise, learn to use carabiners and ATC devise and learn how to belay a climber using dominate hand. Level III Demonstrate proper top rope belay technique, must successfully pass top rope certification test with no less than 1/2 point deduction, learn the introductory techniques of lead climbing and learn the uses of quick draws for clipping into anchors. Level IV Demonstrate the proper use of quick draws and rope placement for lead climbing, demonstrate the proper technique for lead climbing and must successfully pass lead climb certification test with no less than 1/2 point deduction. Ages 5-16 yrs. Min-3, Max-12.

Greeley Recreation Center, Climbing Wall SESSION June 6-27 June 7-28 June 8-29 June 8-29 August 1-22 August 1-22 August 3-24 August 4-25

LEVEL I II III IV III IV I II

DAY Mon Tues Wed Wed Mon Mon Wed Thurs

TIME 5:30-7pm 5:30-7pm 5:30-7pm 5:30-7pm 5:30-7pm 5:30-7pm 5:30-7pm 5:30-7pm

Registration Deadline Friday prior Fee $25 resident, $35 non-resident

CODE # 41963 41964 41965 41966 41967 41968 41969 41970


OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

These one-night sessions will provide newcomers an opportunity to cover proper Top Rope belay techniques, harness ware, ATC/Carbiner component uses, commands, knot building and more. After completing this session, climbers must wait 24 hours to take the Top Rope Certification. Ages 6+. Min-4, Max-8.

INTRO TO LEAD CLIMBING

These sessions will provide certified top rope climbers an opportunity to cover proper lead belay techniques, clipping, movement, route setting and more. After completing this session, climbers must wait 24 hours to take the Lead Climb Certification.

Ages 6+. Min-4, Max-8.

Greeley Recreation Center, Climbing Wall

Greeley Recreation Center, Climbing Wall

SESSION June 9 July 11 August 9

SESSION June 16 July 18 August 16

DAY Thurs Mon Tues

TIME 6-8pm 6-8pm 6-8pm

CODE # 41950 41951 41952

Registration Deadline Friday prior by 9pm Fee $8 resident, $18 non-resident (includes Certification Card).

DAY Thurs Mon Tues

TIME 5-7pm 5-7pm 5-7pm

CODE # 41956 41957 41958

Registration Deadline Friday prior by 7pm Fee $8 resident, $18 non-resident

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

INTRO TO TOP ROPE CLIMBING

BOULDERING COMPETITION

WOMEN'S NIGHT AT THE ROCK

Our instructors will provide a good time on the wall and challenge you beyond your expectations. You’ll learn all there is about fitness, bouldering, ATC/Carbiner component uses, commands, knot building and more. Ages 15+ (or 6-14 yrs with parent or guardian). Min-4, Max-8.

Greeley Recreation Center, Climbing Wall SESSION June 23 July 25 August 23

DAY Thurs Mon Tues

TIME 6-8pm 6-8pm 6-8pm

CODE # 41953 41954 41955

Registration Deadline Friday prior by 9pm Fee $5

This special event is a first for the Climbing Wall at the Greeley Recreation Center. All skill levels are welcome as categories for competition will be for Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced and Open climbers. The Bouldering competition will be three hours in length with climbers bouldering at the same time on 25 separate problems for chances to win prizes and awards from third to first place. For more information, please call 350.9422. Ages 10+. Min-8 per category, Max-20 per category.

Greeley Recreation Center, Climbing Wall DATE Beginner, July 30 Intermediate, July 30 Advanced, July 30 Open, July 30

DAY Sat Sat Sat Sat

TIME 9am 9am 9am 9am

Registration Deadline July 22 Fee $10

CODE # 41959 41960 41961 41962

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

You can sign up for Outdoor Adventure classes at the Family FunPlex, Greeley Recreation Center or the Greeley Ice Haus. Refund policy is different. Please visit www.rmna.org for detailed class descriptions, a class syllabus or for more information! Min-3. WATERFALL HIKE WITH POLES $70 per adult Saturday, June 11 8:30am-4pm Registration Deadline June 4 NATIVE PLANTS IN RMNP: A SERVICE LEARNING SEMINAR FOR FAMILIES Monday, June 13 8:30am-4:30pm Registration Deadline June 6 $20 per adult, $10 kids age 6-17, FREE kids 5 and under

42364 42365

20 THINGS YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT HERPTILES $35 per adult Wednesday, June 15 8:30am-12:30pm Registration Deadline June 8

42366

JR. NATURALIST CAMP: A BIRDING ADVENTURE $300 per child, ages 9-13 June 16-18 10am (6/16)-Noon (6/18) Registration Deadline June 9

42367

INTRODUCTION TO OUTDOOR DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY $200 per adult June 17-19 6pm (6/17)-3:30pm (6/19) Registration Deadline June 10

42368

FIRE ECOLOGY $70 per adult Monday, June 20 8am-4pm

42369

Registration Deadline June 13

ESTES PARK TREASURE HUNT $10 per child, ages 9-13 June 21, 28; July 5, 12, 19, 26; Aug 2, 9 42370, 42371, 42372, 42373, 42374, 42375, 42376, 42377 9:30am-12:30pm Registration Deadlines June 14, 21, 28; July 5,12, 19 CAPTURING WILDLIFE IMAGES $200 per adult June 22-24 5:30pm(6/22)-4:30pm (6/24)

Registration Deadline June 15

42378

CAMPFIRE GHOST STORIES: LIVING HISTORY TALES OF THE WEST June 23, 30; July 7, 14 8-9:30pm 42379, 42380, 42381, 42382 Registration Deadlines June 16, 23, 30; July 7 $10 adults and kids ages 6-17, FREE kids 5 and under WHAT’S HIDING UNDER WATER? $10 per kid ages 8-12 Saturday, June 25 8:30-11:30am Registration Deadline June 18

42383

A MAGNIFICENT IMAGE: NOW WHAT? $40 per adult June 25; Aug 5 1-5pm Registration Deadline June 18; July 29

42384, 42385

SUMMER BIRDING WITH A NATURALIST $35 per adult June 29; July 6, 13, 20 7-11:30am 42389, 42390, 42391, 42392 Registration Deadlines June 22, 29; July 6, 13 WILDFLOWERS OF RMNP $70 per adult Thursday, June 30 8:30am-3:30pm

Registration Deadline June 23

42393

PHOTOGRAPHY: JUST FOR KIDS! $15 per child, ages 7-12 June 30; July 14, 28 9-11am 42394, 42395, 42396 Registration Deadlines June 23; July 7, 21 ART ADVENTURES $15 per child, ages 6-9 July 6, 13, 20, 27 9am-Noon 42397, 42398, 42399, 42400 Registration Deadlines June 29; July 6, 13, 20

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BEAR FACTS & LION’S TALES $70 per adult Wednesday, July 6 8:30am-4pm Registration Deadline June 30

42401

ENOS MILLS’ WILDLIFE: THEN & NOW Monday, July 11 8am-3:30pm

42402

Registration Deadline July 4


EXOTIC PLANT CONTROL IN RMNP: A SERVICE LEARNING SEMINAR $70 per adult Friday, July 15 8am-4pm Registration Deadline July 8 42403 ESTES VALLEY: HISTORY & HISTORIC SITES $95 per adult July 15; Aug 12 9am-5pm Registration Deadline July 8; Aug 5 42404, 42405

PAINT YOUR PROSE: CREATING A SENSE OF PLACE USING NATURE-WRITING TECHNIQUES $70 per adult Sunday, July 17 9am-4pm Registration Deadline July 10 42407 HUMMINGBIRDS: BEYOND THE FEEDER $70 per adult Tuesday, July 19 7:30am-3:30pm Registration Deadline July 12

42408

HIGH, COLD & MAGNIFICENT: THE LAND OF TUNDRA $70 per adult Thursday, July 21 8:30am-4:30pm Registration Deadline July 14

42409

WHO POOPED IN THE WOODS? A MAMMAL MYSTERY $10 per child, ages 7-12 Thursday, July 21 9am-Noon Registration Deadline July 14 42410 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY IN RMNP: ADVANCED TECHNIQUES $200 per adult Fri, July 22-Sun, July 24 6pm (7/22)-3:30pm (7/24) Registration Deadline July 15 42411 GPS NAVIGATION $70 per adult Saturday, July 23 8am-5pm

Registration Deadline July 16

42412

GEOLOGY OF TRAIL RIDGE ROAD $70 per adult Saturday, July 23 8am-5pm Registration Deadline July 16

42413

CAPTURING WILDFLOWERS IN WATERCOLOR $70 per adult Friday, July 29 8am-3:30pm Registration Deadline July 22

42414

COYOTES: THE SONG DOGS OF THE WEST $70 per adult Wednesday, Aug 3 8am-3:30pm Registration Deadline July 27

42415

INSECTS THAT RULE THE PARK $70 per adult Thursday, Aug 4 8:30am-4:30pm Registration Deadline July 28

42416

BEAUTIFUL BUTTERFLY BASICS $70 per adult Friday, Aug 5 8:30am-4:30pm Registration Deadline July 29

42417

TO INFINITY & BEYOND: ASTRONOMY FOR FAMILIES Friday, Aug 5 3-9:30pm Registration Deadline July 29 $20 adults, $10 kids ages 6-17, FREE kids 5 and under

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

POET FOR A DAY: NATURE POETRY FOR FAMILIES $10 adults and kids 6+, FREE children 5 and under Saturday, July 16 9am-Noon Registration Deadline July 9 42406

42418

ARAPAHO NAMES & TRAILS $70 per adult Sunday, Aug 7 8:30am-4:30pm Registration Deadline July 31

42419

SKETCHBOOK JOURNALING FOR TRAVELERS & ARTISTS $170 per adult Mon, Aug 8-Tues, Aug 9 9am-4pm Registration Deadline Aug 1

42420

GEOLOGY OF THE WESTERN SLOPE Saturday, Aug 13 8:30am-4pm

Registration Deadline Aug 6

42421

THE LIFE & TIMES OF MOOSE $70 per adult Tuesday, Aug 16 10am-6pm Registration Deadline Aug 9

42422

LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY $200 per adult Aug 19-21; 26-28 7pm (Fri)-1pm (Sun) Registration Deadline Aug 12, 19

42423, 42424

STORIES IN THE SKIES: NATIVE AMERICAN ASTRONOMY & STAR LORE $70 per adult Saturday, Aug 27 2-10pm Registration Deadline Aug 20 42425

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Garden Festival Centennial Village, page 19

Historic Games Centennial Village, page 19

Heritage Tea Centennial Village, page 19

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11

13

13-17 Summer Skate Camp Greeley Ice Haus, page 35

Fishing Derby/Outdoor Skills Day Sanborn Park, page 16

4

JUNE 2011 Father's Day Skate Greeley Ice Haus, page 16

Garden Art Show Centennial Village, page 19

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Four-Legged Fun—pony rides and petting zoo Centennial Village, page 19

2011

SUMMER

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

20-24 Hockey Camp Greeley Ice Haus, page 35

19

18

DEPARTMENT OF LEISURE SERVICES

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Break in the New Ice Greeley Ice Haus, page 16

Nathan Meeker's Birthday Party Meeker Home Museum, page 19

Neighborhood Nights Movie Anna Gimmestad Park, page 17

Young America Tackle Football Registration Begins Greeley Recreation Center, page 50

Hamburger Picnic Greeley Senior Activity Center, page 75

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8

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9

14

Neighborhood Nights Movie Balsam Park, page 17

Cowboy & Cattle Drives Living History Program Centennial Village, page 19

Neighborhood Nights Concert Twin RIvers Amphitheatre, page 17

Four-Legged Fun/pony rides and petting zoo Centennial Village, page 19

Super Hero Saturday Greeley Ice Haus, page 16

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6

12

13

20

AUGUST 2011

Cowboy & Cattle Drives Living History Program Centennial Village, page 19

2&9

JULY 2011 Four-Legged Fun/pony rides and petting zoo Centennial Village, page 19 Arts Picnic Exhibit Reception Tointon Gallery, page 17 Arts Picnic Kick-Off Concert Lincoln Park, page 18

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26

20

Cowboy & Cattle Drives Living History Program Centennial Village, page 19

Free Time Fair FunPlex, page 16

MS Volleyball Registration Deadline FunPlex or Greeley Recreation Center, page 51

Fiesta! Centennial Village, page 19

30-31 Arts Picnic Lincoln Park, page 18

Neighborhood Nights Movie Bittersweet Park, page 17

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Neighborhood Nights Movie Woodbriar Park, page 17 16-22 Fall Soccer Registration FunPlex or Greeley Recreation Center, page 53

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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SOCCER/ FOOTBALL 0 0 5 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0

TENNIS COURTS 0 0 0 0 0 0 6L 0 0 0 0 0 2L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2L 0 0 0 0 0

PLAY COURT 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2BB 2VB, 2BB 0 2VB, 1BB 1BMX 0 0 0 0 2 0 1BB 0 0 0 1H 1VB, 1BB 0 0 Yes 0 0 2VB 0 0 2BB 0 0 0

POOL PLAY GROUND No 1 No 1 No 0 No 2 No 1 No 1 Yes 0 No 0 No 1 No 0 No 0 No 0 No 2 No 0 No 0 No 1 No 0 No 0 Yes 2 No 1 No 1 No 0 No 1 No 1 No 0 No 2 No 1 No 1 No Yes No 1 No 0 No 1 No 1 No 0 Yes 1 No 2 No 1 No 1

SHELTER REST ROOM 0 No 1NE Yes 1E Yes 2E Yes 0 No 1E Yes 1E Yes 0 No 1 Yes 0 No 1E, 2NE Yes 0 No 1E Yes 0 Yes 0 No 1E Yes 0 No 0 No 2E Yes 2NE Yes Yes No 0 No 1E No 1E Yes 1E Yes 1E Yes 1E Yes 3NE Yes 2E Yes 1E Yes 0 Yes 1E Yes 1E Yes 0 Yes 1E Yes 2E Yes 1E Yes 1E Yes

PICNIC TABLES Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

BBQ GRILLS Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes No Yes No No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes

INLINE SKATE No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes No No No No No No No No Yes Yes No No

DISC GOLF No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

LAKE/ FISHING Yes No No Yes No No No Yes No No No No No No No Yes No No No Yes No No No No No No No Yes No No No Yes No No No Yes No No

Boating permits are required for use in City Lakes - please contact 350.9390 for more information or pick up a 2011 permit in person at the Greeley Rec Center (651 10th Ave), Family FunPlex (1501 6th Ave) or online at www.greeleygov.com/parks. This permit applies to all City of Greeley lakes with the exception of Glenmere Park, Cottonwood Park and Homestead Park on which NO boating is allowed. Please return the completed and signed form to either the Greeley Rec Center or Family FunPlex. Remember: • No motorized crafts are allowed on any lake within city limits • No crafts over 17 ft. in length • US Coast Guard approved life preserver is required and highly recommended for use of belly boats State of Colorado Fishing Licensing and other requirements are enforced at all City of Greeley Park Lakes.

BOATING PERMIT

PARKS

L=Lighted, NL=Non-Lighted, E=Electricity, NE=No Electricity, D/U=Developed/Underdeveloped, H=Hockey, BB=Basketball, VB=Volleyball. *Note: Restrooms are closed Oct 15-May 1. Anna Gimmestad & Rodarte restrooms are open only upon paid reservations.

Allen 49th Ave & 9th St Balsam 19th Ave & 31st St Balsam Cmplx 2400 Balsam Ave Bittersweet 35th Ave & 12th St Brentwood 25th Ave & 25th St Rd Broadview 28th Ave & 6th St Centennial 23rd Ave & 22nd St Cottonwood 26th Ave & 26th Ave Ct Coyote Run 50th Ave Ct & A St Delta 1st Ave & 24th St East Memorial 22nd St & Balsam Ave Epple 43rd Ave & 4th St Farr 13th Ave & 26th St Forbes Field 23rd Ave & 8th St Franklin 31st Ave & 6th St Glenmere 14th Ave & 19th St Greeley West 42nd Ave & 23rd St Homestead 37th Ave & 29th St Island Grove 14th Ave & A St Josephine Jones 2631 52nd Ave Ct Kiwanis/Swanson 14th Ave & 6th/7th St Leavy 33rd Ave & 22nd St Lincoln 10th Ave & 8th St Luther 21st Ave & 10th St Monfort 48th Ave Ct & 20th St Peak View 13th St Rd & 56th Ave Pheasant Run 47th Ave & 4th St Promontory Promontory Pkwy Cir Ramseier Farm 2828 C St Rodarte Park 9th Ave & A St Rover Run 5207 F St Sanborn 28th Ave & 20th St Sherwood 29th Ave & 13th St Sports Complx 65th Ave & 20th St Sunrise 4th Ave & 11th St Twin Rivers 16th St & 65th Ave Westmoor 39th Ave & 6th St Woodbriar 29th Ave & 19th St

PARKS

Keep Poop Away

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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE

MAP, CALENDAR AND INFORMATION Tear out this section and post it!

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YOUTH SPORTS YOUTH SPORTS

DEVELOPMENTAL BOYS & GIRLS BASKETBALL (4TH-8TH GRADE)

This program is designed for the youth basketball teams looking at moving up to a higher level of competition from the Recreational league. The program will be administered through Power to Play Sports. The Rec Division will help you gain access to practice facilities two times per week. Teams are put together by grade levels (the highest grade of your participants is the league you play). It is the responsibility of the team to purchase jerseys for the league. Games will be played on Sundays in the Northern Colorado Area. Refunds will need to go through Power to Play Sports. Ages 4th-8th grade. Min-3, Max-5.

Greeley Recreation Center GIRLS CODE # 41974 41975 41976 41977 41978

GRADE 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th

BOYS CODE # 41979 41980 41981 41982 41983

GRADE 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th

Season Dates Oct 16-Nov 20 (2 games every Sunday) Practice Begins Week of Sept 12 Registration August 15-September 12 Fee $1,500 per team

C.A.R.A. YOUTH TRACK

Faster, higher, stronger and much more fun! Develop the skills you need for all sports! Include shirt size and bring a copy of your birth certificate when registering. Ages 6-16 yrs. Min-10, Max-200.

Heath Middle School, 23rd Ave & 16th St SESSION DAY June 7-July 22 Tues-Fri

TIME 8:30-10am

CODE # 40985

Registration Deadline May 28 Fee $80 resident, $90 non-resident

RODARTE BOXING PROGRAM

Have fun learning the basic techniques of boxing. Participants must bring their own mouthpiece, water bottle, hand wraps and towel.

Rodarte Community Center YOUTH RECREATIONAL (Learn basic skills) SESSION DAY TIME CODE # June 1-30 M-Th 5-6pm 41985 July 5-28 M-Th 5-6pm 41986 August 1-31 M-Th 5-6pm 41987 Fee $10 resident, $20 non-resident YOUTH COMPETITIVE (Learn basic skills & compete) SESSION DAY TIME CODE # June 1-30 M-Th 5-7pm 41988 July 5-28 M-Th 5-7pm 41989 August 1-31 M-Th 5-7pm 41990 Fee $15 resident, $25 non-resident

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All competitive youth boxers must have USA Boxing Insurance which is a $55 annual fee payable to USA Boxing. Call 970.350.9430 for more information.


YOUTH SPORTS

JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS

CONTRACTED BY CLUB WEST, INC.

Centennial Tennis Courts DAY

AGE

TIME

SESSION May 31-August 1 M/T/F 13-18 yrs 8-9:30am M/T/F 12 & under 9:30-11am

CODE # 41002 41003

Parent Meeting May 25, 6pm, Rec Center Registration Begins May 2 Players need pre-evaluation completed at Work Out West on May 15 Fee $130 resident, $140 non-resident (includes USTA Registration and t-shirt)

LITTLE ACES TENNIS LESSONS CONTRACTED BY CLUB WEST, INC.

Basic skills and game concepts are taught to youngsters. Participants must supply own racquets. Classes are 30 minutes in length. Ages 5-6 yrs. Min-3, Max-6.

Centennial Tennis Courts CLASS

SESSION Beginner Beginner Beginner Beginner SESSION Beginner Beginner Beginner Beginner SESSION Beginner Beginner Beginner Beginner SESSION Beginner Beginner Beginner Beginner SESSION Beginner Beginner Beginner Beginner

DAY

May 31-June 10 Tues-Fri Tues-Fri Tues-Fri Tues-Fri June 14-24 Tues-Fri Tues-Fri Tues-Fri Tues-Fri June 28-July 8 Tues-Fri Tues-Fri Tues-Fri Tues-Fri July 12-22 Tues-Fri Tues-Fri Tues-Fri Tues-Fri July 26-August 5 Tues-Fri Tues-Fri Tues-Fri Tues-Fri

TIME

CODE #

7:30am 8am 8:30am 9am

41004 41005 41006 41007

7:30am 8am 8:30am 9am

41008 41009 41010 41011

7:30am 8am 8:30am 9am

41012 41013 41014 41015

7:30am 8am 8:30am 9am

41016 41017 41018 41019

7:30am 8am 8:30am 9am

41020 41021 41022 41023

Registration Begins May 2 Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $35 resident, $45 non-resident

YOUTH TENNIS LESSONS CONTRACTED BY CLUB WEST, INC.

Get into the swing of things with tennis lessons for beginners through advanced players. Players must supply their own racquets. Ages 7-15 yrs. Min-3, Max-6.

Centennial Tennis Courts CLASS

DAY

TIME

SESSION May 31-June 10 Beginner I Tues-Fri Beginner I Tues-Fri Beginner II Tues-Fri Beginner I Tues-Fri Beginner I Tues-Fri Beginner II Tues-Fri Beginner I Tues-Fri Beginner II Tues-Fri Intermediate Tues-Fri SESSION June 14-24 Beginner I Tues-Thurs Beginner II Tues-Thurs Beginner II Tues-Thurs Beginner I Tues-Thurs Beginner II Tues-Thurs Intermediate Tues-Thurs Beginner I Tues-Thurs Beginner II Tues-Thurs Intermediate Tues-Thurs SESSION June 28-July 8 Beginner I Tues-Thurs Beginner II Tues-Thurs Intermediate Tues-Thurs Beginner I Tues-Thurs Beginner I Tues-Thurs Beginner II Tues-Thurs Beginner I Tues-Thurs Beginner II Tues-Thurs Intermediate Tues-Thurs SESSION July 12-22 Beginner I Tues-Thurs Beginner I Tues-Thurs Beginner II Tues-Thurs Beginner I Tues-Thurs Beginner I Tues-Thurs Beginner II Tues-Thurs Beginner I Tues-Thurs Beginner II Tues-Thurs Intermediate Tues-Thurs SESSION July 26-August 5 Beginner I Tues-Fri Beginner II Tues-Fri Intermediate Tues-Fri Beginner I Tues-Fri Beginner II Tues-Fri Intermediate Tues-Fri Beginner I Tues-Fri Beginner II Tues-Fri Intermediate Tues-Fri

CODE #

8:30am 8:30am 8:30am 9:30am 9:30am 9:30am 10:30am 10:30am 10:30am

41024 41025 41026 41027 41028 41029 41030 41031 41032

8:30am 8:30am 8:30am 9:30am 9:30am 9:30am 10:30am 10:30am 10:30am

41033 41034 41035 41036 41037 41038 41039 41040 41041

8:30am 8:30am 8:30am 9:30am 9:30am 9:30am 10:30am 10:30am 10:30am

41042 41043 41044 41045 41046 41047 41048 41049 41050

8:30am 8:30am 8:30am 9:30am 9:30am 9:30am 10:30am 10:30am 10:30am

41051 41052 41053 41054 41055 41056 41057 41058 41059

8:30am 8:30am 8:30am 9:30am 9:30am 9:30am 10:30am 10:30am 10:30am

41060 41061 41062 41063 41064 41065 41066 41067 41068

Registration Begins May 2 Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $50 resident, $60 non-resident Beginner I Novice, no experience Beginner II Knowledge of rules, scoring, forehand and backhand grips. Intermediate Knowledge of techniques and proper form for ground strokes, serve and volley.

YOUTH SPORTS

The USTA Junior Team Tennis League is a team competition for girls and boys of specific levels of play and age categories. The purpose of the program is to provide organized recreational play, emphasizing local competition, with advancement opportunities to District (State) Championships. The team concept emphasizes fun, fitness and friends. Tennis matches are played on Mondays at various sites.

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YOUTH SPORTS

YOUTH SPORTS

MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL

School begins August 18 and many parents may be finding out that School District 6 will not be offering 7th grade football this season. The City of Greeley Leisure Services Department, Rec Division, is collaborating with School District 6 to offer a tackle football program for each of the middle schools. Min-15 players per team, Max-22 players per team. 6 games. Games will be scheduled Tues-Thurs or Sat starting in September. Registration July 18-29 Volunteer Coaches Registration July 5-7 Coaches Meeting August 8 Parent Meeting August 1 Fee $75 ($50 + $25 rental deposit)

FLAG FOOTBALL CO-ED

This is a non-contact league where passing and catching are emphasized. Must be 6 years old by Sept. 1, 2011. Participants must purchase a Youth Sports T-shirt at GoJo's or Garretson's. Call 970.350.9421 for more information. Parents: Be aware that if there are not enough volunteers to coach, your child might not be able to play. Ages 6-7 yrs, birth certificate required.

Family FunPlex/Greeley Recreation Center Coaches Priority Registration July 5-7 General Registration July 11, 6am-July 29 Coaches Meeting August 10, 6pm, Rec Center Parent Meeting August 4, 6pm, Rec Center Fee $40 resident, $50 non-resident

YOUNG AMERICA TACKLE FOOTBALL

Only two coaches per team will be allowed to register during priority registration: July 5-7. Participant pre weigh-in will be held June 22-July 8. Must be present for weigh-in! No online registration. Ages 8-12 yrs (as of September 1, 2011), birth certificate required. DATES August 8-October 22 DIVISION AGE Bantam Wt. 8 Bantam Wt. 9 Light Wt. 9 Light Wt. 10 Middle Wt. 10 Middle Wt. 11 Heavy Wt. 11 Heavy Wt. 12

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WEIGHT___ < 75 lbs < 75 lbs 76+ lbs < 85 lbs 86+ lbs < 95 lbs 95+ lbs -----------

Registration July 9-29, 9am, Greeley Recreation Center Coaches Meeting August 2, 6pm, Rec Center Parent Meeting August 4, 6pm, Rec Center Fee $75 resident, $85 non-resident (includes a $25 refundable equipment fee).

FALL SOCCER

Phone-in registration is not accepted for this program. All registration is on a first come, first served basis. Online registration available! Registration will be accepted on a space-available basis after July 22. Parents will be able to request coaches, other players and location at the time of registration. Every effort will be made to honor these requests, however, there are no guarantees. Days and times for practices are based on the coach’s availability. If a team does not fill, another choice will be offered. Shinguards and soccer or tennis shoes are required. Shinguards must be completely covered by socks. No jewelry allowed. Ages will be determined based on a child’s age as of Oct 22, 2011. New Mighty Mite, Young America & Middle School players are required to purchase Greeley Youth Sports jerseys. The jerseys can be purchased at local sporting good stores. Coaches Priority Registration July 11-14 (two coaches per team for players whose parents coach). General Registration July 16-22 at the Family FunPlex & Greeley Recreation Center, 8:30am. Coaches Meeting Aug 11, 6pm, Rec Center Parent Meeting Aug 18, 6pm, Rec Center MIGHTY MITE SOCCER Ages 4 & 5 (Preschool/Kindergarten) Practice begins August 22, games begin Sept 10 Fee $40 resident, $50 non-resident. Min-4 teams, Max-30 teams. YOUNG AMERICA SOCCER Ages 6 & 7 (K-1st Grade), Ages 8 & 9 (2nd-3rd Grade), Ages 10 & 11 (4th-5th Grade) Practice begins August 22, games begin Sept 3 Fee $53 resident, $63 non-resident. Min-4 teams, Max-75 teams. MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER Signs up per school. Ages 12-14 (6th-8th grade)

NORTHRIDGE GRIZZLIES YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP

This fun, educational camp is conducted by Northridge High School coaching staff. Ages 6-13 yrs. Min-10, Max-200.

Northridge High School, 100 71st Ave. SESSION August 1-3 Fee $35

DAY M-W

TIME 6-7:30pm

CODE # 41595


YOUTH SUMMER VOLLEYBALL CAMP

With Greeley Central High School Team & Coaches

Family FunPlex

DATE AGE TIME CODE #_ June 20-22, 27-28 K-5 Grade 4:30-5:30pm 41596 June 20-22, 27-28 6-8 Grade 5:30-7pm 41597 Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $50 (includes t-shirt)

DATE AGE TIME FEE CODE # SOCCER CLINIC w/ Coach Tim Barrera at Jackson Field June 13-17 K-8 Grade 9-11:30am $100 June 13-17 2-8 Grade M-Th 9am-3pm $185 Fri 9-11:30am

41664 41665

8-16 yrs

9am-4pm

$80

41666

BOYS BASKETBALL SKILLS w/ BJ Hill at FunPlex June 13-15 8-16 yrs

9am-4pm

$155

41667

BOYS BASKETBALL SKILLS w/ BJ Hill at FunPlex June 20-22 8-16 yrs

Twin Rivers Ball Field, 1501 65th Ave. TIME 10am

Call 970.350.9418 for details.

June 23

Ages 6-13 yrs.* DAY Sat

UNC SPORTS CAMPS

BASKETBALL SHOOTING CAMP w/ BJ Hill at FunPlex

ROCKIES/CPRA BASEBALL SKILLS CHALLENGE DATE June 11

YOUTH SPORTS

_______

9am-4pm

$155

41668

YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP w/ Earnest Collins at UNC June 20

8-14 yrs

8am-3pm

$20

41669

GIRLS BASKETBALL IND. CAMP w/ Jaime White at UNC

Fee Free *As of December 31, 2011. Must have a copy of birth certificate. Call 970.350.9418 for details.

Entering Grades 6-12 June 12 11:30am-9pm $260* 41670 June 13 9am-9pm $200** June 14 9am-3:30pm *Overnight camp, **Day camp. For more infomation contact jaime.white@unco.edu.

UNC WRESTLING CAMP

JUNIOR GIRLS BEAR CUB BASKETBALL CAMP

Camp 1: Learn to Wrestle. This camp covers the rules and fundamentals of wrestling. It's great for the brand new wrestler to the novice wrestler looking to reinforce basic skills; includes limited scrimmaging. Bring a sack lunch and workout gear. Ages 4-11 yrs. Registration will close after the first 70 wrestlers. Camp 2: Wrestling Techniques. This camp covers in depth techniques for all positions, including throws and non-traditional counters. Camp involves a good amount of scrimmaging. Bring a sack lunch. Workout gear and wrestling shoes are required. Ages 7-18 yrs. Registration will close after the first 50 wrestlers. Camp 3: Intensive Camp. This camp reinforces good technique through drills and hard wrestling/ scrimmaging. It is not for beginning and novice wrestlers! It focuses on building mental toughness, conditioning and motivating wrestlers. Bring a sack lunch and an extra set of workout gear. Ages 11-18. Registration will close after the first 50 wrestlers.

Family FunPlex CAMP 1 2 3

DATE May 31 June 1 June 2

DAY Tues Wed Thurs

TIME 10:30am-2pm 10am-3pm 10am-3pm

CODE # 41672 41673 41674

Fee Camp 1 $30, Camp 2 $50, Camp 3 $50 Visit www.northerncoloradowrestling.com or contact ben.vombaur@unco.edu for more information!

YOUTH SPORTS

We will cover basic volleyball skills for the littler ones, more advanced skills for the older ones. We will also go over rules, referee calls and end the camp with a small tournament.

Congrats UNC all & Basketb on ll Volleyba ship n io p m Cha seasons!

w/ Jaime White at UNC

Entering Grades 1-5 June 6 9am-5pm $100 41671 June 7 8am-Noon For more infomation contact jaime.white@unco.edu.

6TH & 7TH GRADE VOLLEYBALL

This is a Recreational Youth Volleyball League for Greeley Middle Schools. Practices will be held at the middle school and games at City sites on Saturdays. Students may sign up per school and teams will be put together randomly to keep them equal in ability and size. City of Greeley jerseys can be purchased at GoJo's or Garretson's. Min-6 players per school, Max-100 players per school. SCHOOL AGE GRADE CODE # Brentwood 11-12 yrs 6th 39237 Brentwood 12-13 yrs 7th 39238 Franklin 11-12 yrs 6th 39239 Franklin 12-13 yrs 7th 39240 Heath 11-12 yrs 6th 39241 Heath 12-13 yrs 7th 39242 John Evans 11-12 yrs 6th 39243 John Evans 12-13 yrs 7th 39244 Winograd 11-12 yrs 6th 39245 Winograd 12-13 yrs 7th 39246 Practice begins week of September 6. Games begin September 17-October 21. Coaches Priority Registration July 18-22 Coaches Meeting September 1, 6pm, Rec Center General Registration July 25-Aug 26 Fee $50

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

BEFORE FITS CARE

Bored before â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fun In The Sunâ&#x20AC;? starts? Come to the Rodarte Community Center and start your fun early. Come play on the computers, play gym games and have fun with us! Ages 6-17 yrs. Min-5, Max-75.

YOUTH PROGRAMS

Rodarte Community Center

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CODE # 42143 42144 42145 42146 42147 42148 42149 42150 42151 42152 42153

CONTRACTED

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FUN IN THE SUN (FITS) SUMMER PROGRAM

The Youth Enrichment program will be offering various activities to keep your children safe and busy during the summer months. Children can swim, enjoy a barbecue, go on field trips and be involved in community service projects. Fundraisers are a part of this program to pay for supplies and trips. For more information, call the Rodarte Community Center at 970.350.9430. Due to the popularity of the program if a child misses 5 days, their spot will be filled with a child from the waiting list. Youth will meet at their site for a small snack and then enjoy recreational activities which will include, swimming, movies, bowling, skating and fun field trips. There is a limit of youth per each site! Ages 6-17 yrs. Min-5, Max-200.

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TIME 8:30am-1pm 8:30am-1pm 8:30am-1pm 8:30am-1pm 8:30am-1pm 8:30am-1pm 8:30am-1pm 8:30am-1pm 8:30am-1pm 8:30am-1pm 8:30am-1pm

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SESSION May 31-Aug 5* May 31-June 3 June 6-10 June 13-17 June 20-24 June 27-July 1 July 5-8 July 11-15 July 18-22 July 25-29 August 1-5

TIME 1-5pm 1-5pm 1-5pm

CODE # 42154 42155 42156

Registration begins May 14, 10am-12pm, Rodarte. You must register at the Rodarte Center for all sites. Parents must bring a copy of birth certificate. Fee $1 per week or $10 for 10 weeks per child, *no program on July 4

In this program students will have a chance to explore various media and learn fun facts about famous artists in the beauty of our local parks. Students will be able to explore drawing, painting, sculpting or crafting in two four week sessions. Take one class focusing on a medium of strong interest; or take all eight classes for a well rounded art experience. Whatever you choose, your skills will grow and you will come away from each class with a finished art piece to enjoy. Ages 6-12 yrs. Min-6, Max-12. June 2-23 DAY ACTIVITY WEEK Full 4 week session Thurs Drawing One Thurs Painting Two Thurs Sculpting Three Thurs Crafting Four July 7-28 DAY ACTIVITY WEEK Full 4 week session Thurs Drawing Five Thurs Painting Six Thurs Sculpting Seven Thurs Crafting Four

LOCATION

CODE # 42347 Peak View 42348 Pheasant Run 42349 Monfort 42350 Sherwood 42351 LOCATION

CODE # 42352 Peak View 42353 Pheasant Run 42354 Monfort 42355 Sherwood 42356

Time 10-11am Registration Deadline Monday prior Fee Daily Fee $15 resident, $25 non-resident. Full 4 Week Session $40 resident, $50 non-resident.


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RHYTHM & RHYME TIME CONTRACTED

The Family FunPlex summer day camp program will provide participants with a safe, fun, and positive environment for children to grow through a well-balanced curriculum according to their age. The overall goal will be to contribute to the development of physical growth, creativity, social awareness and intellectual curiosity all in an environment that promotes self-confidence and self-esteem, while encouraging new friendships. Themes include: Cruisin’ into Camp, Outta this World, Hawaiian Week, Fun in the Sun, All Things That Pop!, Wet, Wild and Wacky, A Bugs Life, African Safari, Polar Expedition & Three Ring Circus. Field Trips (out of town): Denver Zoo, Butterfly Pavilion, Aquatic Bay, Jungle Quest, “Kids Choice.” Field Trips (in town): Adventure Island, Discovery Bay, Summer Cinema, Wacky Science, Crazy Crafts, Putt-Putt at River Run, Fieldhouse Games, FunZone, Rollerblading, Book Buddies, Basketball, Volleyball, Cup Stacking, Badminton and much much more! Ages 5-12 yrs as of May 31, 2011. Min-15 daily, Max-75 daily.

Family FunPlex SESSION DAY TIME CODE # June 3-24 Fri 11:45am-12:15pm 41538 July 8-29 Fri 11:45am-12:15pm 41539 Aug 5-26 Fri 11:45am-12:15pm 41540 Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $20/4 weeks

SAFE SITTER CONTRACTED

This one-day class will teach participants emergency first aid, care of a choking infant or child, babysitting as a business, success on the job, child care essentials and more! This class will not provide CPR certification. Please bring sack lunch. Age 11-13 yrs. Min-5, Max-15.

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ABC SUMMER DAY CAMP AT THE FAMILY FUNPLEX

Youngsters love playing on musical instruments, clapping and singing. In this half-hour class, your child will learn and have fun through the magic of music. For more information, call Marty at 970.227.1331. Ages 18 mo-5 yrs. Min-8, Max-25.

Family FunPlex DATE June 30 July 28 Registration Fee $45

DAY Thurs Thurs Deadline

TIME CODE # 9am-3pm 41896 9am-3pm 41897 Thursday prior

Family FunPlex Dates May 23-July 1 and July 11-Aug 12 Days Monday-Friday Time 7:30am-5:30pm Sessions Weekly, Mon/Wed/Fri and Tues/Thurs, and Full Sessions available Fees Full 11-wk session $1,375 $1,306 (siblings) Weekly fee per wk $135 $128 (siblings) M/W/F per wk $105 $100 (siblings) T/Th per wk $70 $66 (siblings) Parent Meeting May 11, 6:30pm, Family FunPlex Registration Begins May 2 Registration Deadline Must sign up the Monday prior by 5pm Lunch and Snack Parent provided. Additional fees may apply for special classes, camps and lessons. Sign up at the Family FunPlex only. Copies of immunization records required at registration. Incomplete registration packets will not be accepted.

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AMAZING ATHLETES SPORTS CAMP CONTRACTED

This 5 day sports camp has been designed specifically for children ages 3.56 years old. Amazing Athletes Camp will launch your child's life-long love of athletics with 5 days packed full of sports and exercises! Your child will learn basic rules, scoring and terminology for each sport, and jump right in with lots of age specific drills and games. Each day includes warm-up, cardio, muscle toning, speed and agility exercises, sport specific training, and team cheers! In this action packed week, your child will explore soccer, volleyball, basketball, football, baseball, hockey, lacrosse, tennis and golf. Parents are responsible for providing snack & water daily. Ages 3.5-6 yrs. Min-6, Max-15.

Family FunPlex (Twin Rivers Park) SESSION June 13-17 July 11-15 August 15-19

DAY M-F M-F M-F

TIME 9-11:30am 9-11:30am 9-11:30am

CODE # 41811 41812 41813

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $119

TAE KWON DO CONTRACTED

Grand Master Winegar, instructor, has a 7th degree black belt. Students must purchase a uniform on the first day of class and cannot train without one. Ages 6+. Min-10, Max-30. LOCATION

DAY

TIME

CODE #

Family FunPlex Rec Center

T/Th T/Th

4:15-5:15pm 5:45-6:45pm

41890 41893

Family FunPlex Rec Center

T/Th T/Th

4:15-5:15pm 5:45-6:45pm

41891 41894

Family FunPlex Rec Center

T/Th T/Th

4:15-5:15pm 5:45-6:45pm

41892 41895

BEGINNER CLASSES - JUNE 7-30

BEGINNER CLASSES - JULY 5-21*

BEGINNER CLASSES - AUGUST 2-25

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Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $59, *pro-rated $44.25

AMAZING ATHLETES CONTRACTED

Our programs are specifically designed to enhance your child's learning experience through movement. At Amazing Athletes, your child will learn the basic fundamentals and mechanics of 9 different sports while also building self-confidence, practicing teamwork, and improving their fine and gross-motor skills. Our coaches are trained to work with every child at their own development level in a non-competitive, learning-based environment. Each class focuses on two different sports and incorporates activities proven to increase your child's overall cardiovascular fitness, muscle tone, hand-eye coordination, reaction time, and more! Your child will explore soccer, volleyball, basketball, football, baseball, hockey, lacrosse, tennis and golf! Ages 2.5-5 yrs. Min-6, Max-12.

Family FunPlex SESSION AGE May 27-July 1* 2.5-3 yrs May 27-July 1* 3.5-5 yrs May 23-June 27** 5-6 yrs July 15-Aug 19* 2.5-3 yrs July 15-Aug 19* 3.5-5 yrs July 11-Aug 15** 5-6 yrs

TIME 9-9:35am 9:45-10:30am 5-5:45pm 9-9:35am 9:45-10:30am 5-5:45pm

CODE # 41814 41815 41816 41817 41818 41819

*Class held on Fridays, **Class held on Mondays. Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $45


GREELEY FREIGHT STATION MUSEUM 680 10th Street, Greeley (970) 392-2934 www.gfsm.org

Summer Hours Wed. - Sat. 10am-4pm Sundays 1pm-4pm

Winter Hours (Sept. - May) Saturdays 10am-4pm

l Museum Rates de !” o M o ad Adults-$6 Seniors-$5 ilr Children 12 and under-$3 Ra

Introduction to Model Railroading This class will cover the basics of Model Railroading. You will learn layout design, basic wiring, and how to create scenery and buildings. Day Wed

Time 4pm-5:30pm

Date_____ June 8-29

Registration: Register by calling 392-2934 Registration Deadline: June 3 Fee: $80 Age: 12+ Min-4 Max-12

CENTENNIAL VILLAGE MUSEUM SUMMER CAMPS

Morning and afternoon hands-on history sessions that include farm animals, the one-room schoolhouse, chuck wagon, tipis, old-fashioned games, outdoor cooking and lots more. Visit www.greeleygov.com/museums/classes for all the details. Ages 6-12 yrs. Min-10, Max-18.

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Centennial Village, 14th Ave at A St

JUNIOR JAZZERCISE CONTRACTED

Junior Jazzercise is a perfect program to get kids active and learn the importance of exercise and health. The program combines fun, easy-to-follow dance moves choreographed to today's popular music, light strength training, fitness games and fit lessons. The non-competitive atmosphere is the perfect setting to introduce your child to fitness. Children are not required to have any dance experience. Performance opportunities are available throughout the year. For more information contact instructor Dana Pankonin at 970.302.0616. Ages 5-9 yrs* (younger or older kids may participate w/ instuctor approval). Min-4, Max-14.

Family FunPlex SESSION June 2-30* July 7-28 Aug 4-25

DAY Thurs Thurs Thurs

TIME 4:15-5:15pm 4:15-5:15pm 4:15-5:15pm

CODE # 41535 41536 41537

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $30, *pro-rated $22.50 - no class June 23

SESSION DAY TIME Wild 'N' Wooly Colorado June 6-10 M-F 9am-12pm Pioneer Pot Stirrers June 6-10 M-F 1-4pm Farmer Boys & Prairie Girls June 13-17 M-F 9am-12pm Poudre Tipi Camp June 13-17 M-F 1-4pm Masters of Invention June 20-24 M-F 9am-12pm Insectology June 20-24 M-F 1-4pm Wild 'N' Wooly Colorado July 11-15 M-F 9am-12pm Pioneer Pot Stirrers July 11-15 M-F 1-4pm Farmer Boys & Prairie Girls July 18-22 M-F 9am-12pm Poudre Tipi Camp July 18-22 M-F 1-4pm Masters of Invention July 25-29 M-F 9am-12pm Insectology July 25-29 M-F 1-4pm

CODE # 41508 41511 41509 41512 41510 41513 41514 41517 41515 41518 41516 41519

Registration Deadline Wednesday prior Fee $60 per week

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CONTRACTED

Experience the benefits of an enriching dance curriculum using literature, various musical instruments and imagination to teach pre-ballet skills to young movers 3-6 years old. As our mental understanding of body placement grows at age 7, we begin to develop the finer motor skills needed to learn the steps of ballet, tap and jazz. This progress continues throughout our dance career. Lilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Dancers is taught by Deneice Jensen, a professional dance instructor with a BA in Dance and Drama. She has taught dance for 25 years to children and adults 3-103 years old! Attire: leotards and tights and pink leather ballet shoes. Black tap shoes for tap specified classes, black leather jazz shoes for jazz class. Min-6, Max-14 (7-10 year olds).

Family FunPlex SESSION I: June 8-29 CLASS Pre-Ballet I Pre-Ballet II Pre-Ballet/Tap III* Ballet/Tap/Jazz I-II**

SESSION II: July 6-27 DAY TIME Wed 6-6:45pm Wed 6:45-7:30pm Wed 4-5pm Wed 5-6pm

SESSION III: August 3-31 AGES SESS. I 3-4 yrs 41541 5-6 yrs 41544 6-10 yrs 41547 7-10 yrs 41550

SESS. II 41542 41545 41548 41551

SESS. III 41543 41546 41549 41552

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $32 per session (45 minute class), $36 per session (1 hour class), $5 late after Thursday prior deadline. *6 yr olds must first attend Pre-Ballet II. **This class will do 40 min of ballet, 20 min of tap and jazz alternating. Pre-Ballet/Tap III required prior to this class. No class August 17.

TUMBLLENIUM CONTRACTED

Youngsters can gain strength & self-confidence, plus have a galaxy of fun by learning to tumble at the Greeley Recreation Center. Each age-appropriate program is taught by a qualified instructor from Tumbllenium. Call Hillery at 970.686.6539 for additional information or instructor approval. **This class must have instructor approval. Ages 1-12 yrs. Min-4, Max-8.

Greeley Recreation Center SESSION I: June 1-27 CLASS Big Flippers Hot Shots Beginners Hot Shots Intermediate Hot Shots Advanced** Little Flippers Parent Tot Exploration Mars Martians Hot Shot Intermediate Parent Tot Exploration Little Flippers Big Flippers

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SESSION II: July 6-August 1 SESSION III: August 3-29 DAY LENGTH TIME AGES SESS. I SESS. II Mon 45 min 4pm 4-5 yrs 41553 41554 Mon 45 min 4:45pm 6+ yrs 41556 41557 Mon 45 min 5:30pm 6+ yrs 41559 41560 Mon 45 min 6:15pm 6+ yrs 41562 41563 Wed 45 min 3:15pm 3-4 yrs 41565 41566 Wed 45 min 4pm 1-2 yrs 41568 41569 Wed 45 min 4:45pm 5-6 yrs 41571 41572 Wed 45 min 5:30pm 6+ yrs 41574 41575 Thurs 45 min 11:30am 1-2 yrs 41577 41578 Thurs 45 min 12:15pm 3-4 yrs 41580 41581 Thurs 45 min 1pm 4-5 yrs 41583 41584

Registration Deadline Wednesday prior Fee $36 per 4 week session

SESS. III 41555 41558 41561 41564 41567 41570 41573 41576 41579 41582 41585


FFaR (Fun, Fitness & Rec)

CHEERLEADING POM SQUAD

HIP HOP EXPLOSION CONTRACTED

CONTRACTED

This class is designed to teach every aspect of cheerleading, cheerleading movements, dance routines, basic dance choreography and basic gymnastics. Students will also learn thigh stands and pyramids. Classes are closed to spectators. On the last day of class, students will perform for family and friends what they have learned. Ages 3-10 yrs.

This class is designed to teach the fundamentals of hip-hop dance. Students will learn a warm-up routine along with a performance hip-hop routine that they will perform the last day of class. Students will learn some basic gymnastics along with an intro to break dancing that will be used in their routine. Classes are closed to spectators, a family and friends performance will be held on the last day of class. Ages 4-12 yrs.

Greeley Recreation Center

Greeley Recreation Center

SESSION May 12-June 2 June 9-30 July 7-14* Aug 4-25

DAY Thurs Thurs Thurs Thurs

TIME 4:15-5pm 4:15-5pm 4:15-5pm 4:15-5pm

CODE # 41148 41586 41587 41588

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $30/4 week session, *mini session fee $15

SESSION May 11-June 1 June 8-29 July 6-13* Aug 3-24

DAY Wed Wed Wed Wed

TIME 4:30-5:15pm 4:30-5:15pm 4:30-5:15pm 4:30-5:15pm

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The City of Greeley still wants to promote children attending schools in Greeley to stay healthy and active. During the summer months if you show your student ID for Elementary, Middle and High School at the Family FunPlex between the hours of 9am-11am and 4pm-7pm you will be allowed to use the facility for $3. At the Ice Haus during all public skates during summer break you will get $1 off daily admissions. The Greeley Recreation Center will be $2.75 with student ID during summer break.

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CODE # 41145 41589 41590 41591

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $30/4 week session, *mini session fee $15

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Classes and programs contracted by Kidz Explore LLC

CAKE DECORATING I & II

Treat yourself to this fun cake decorating class. Learn different cake decorating techniques and express your creativity while creating a tasty masterpiece. During the first day we will learn how to bake a cake from scratch. You will bake the cake at home and come back the next day to decorate it. You will discover that cake decorating is really “a piece of cake!” $15 supply fee due to instructor the first day of class. Ages 8-12 yrs. Min-5, Max-20.

Greeley Recreation Center, Room 101A/Kitchen SESSION DAY TIME June 13-14 M-T 11am-12pm July 11-12 M-T 11am-12pm

CODE # 41923 41924

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $20, plus $15 supply fee

MAGIC & ILLUSION

Come learn the art of magic and illusion. During this fascinating workshop we will study famous magicians, learn a variety of magic tricks and make props to perform the tricks. Kids will go away with new tricks up their sleeves! $5 supply fee due to instructor the day of class. Ages 8-12 yrs. Min-5, Max-20.

Greeley Recreation Center, Room 101A/Kitchen SESSION June 10 Aug 5

DAY TIME Fri 9:30-11am Fri 9:30-11am

CODE # 41920 41921

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $15, plus $5 supply fee

PRINCESS TEA

Wear your prettiest princess dress and join Cinderella for a royal tea party! Bring your favorite doll and tea set to use. Moms, hurry and sign up for this unforgettable event...before the clock strikes midnight! $5 supply fee due to instructor first day of class. Ages 3-8 yrs. Min-5, Max-20.

Greeley Recreation Center, Room 101A/Kitchen SESSION June 10

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DAY TIME Fri 12-1pm

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $15, plus $5 supply fee

CODE # 41922

COOL CONCOCTIONS

Get messy with these wild and wacky art concoctions! From Gooey Gunk to Bathtub Finger Paints and Peanutty Play Dough to Shake & Make Ice Cream, you’ll have a blast creating and concocting. And you won’t make a mess in Mom’s kitchen! Each session we will have new and exciting concoctions to make! $15 supply fee payable to Kidz Explore the first day of class. Ages 8-12 yrs. Min-5, Max-20.

Greeley Recreation Center, Kitchen SESSION June 6-9 July 5-8 Aug 1-4

DAY M-Th T-F M-Th

TIME 10:15-11am 10:15-11am 10:15-11am

CODE # 41911 41912 41913

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $40, plus $15 supply fee

COOL CHEMISTRY

You are about to be amazed and astounded by some of the coolest chemistry experiments that fizz, foam, splatter & ooze! From soda that slobbers to big bubbles that resist bursting, these activities are all about having fun while learning a little more about chemistry. New hands-on experiments each session. $15 supply fee payable to Kidz Explore the first day of class. Ages 8-12 yrs. Min-5, Max-20.

Greeley Recreation Center, Kitchen SESSION June 6-9 July 5-8 Aug 1-4

DAY M-Th T-F M-Th

TIME 2:15-3pm 2:15-3pm 2:15-3pm

CODE # 41914 41915 41916

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $40, plus $15 supply fee

FAIRY TALES COMES TO LIFE

Give your little ones a joyful theatrical experience. We will become our favorite characters in best-known fairy tales such as Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs and Little Red Riding Hood! We will make simple costumes or props, learn simple lines, songs and dances to make this a musical theatre extravaganza! Ages 3-6 yrs. Min-5, Max-20.

Greeley Recreation Center, Room 102 SESSION June 13-16 July 11-14 Aug 8-11

DAY M-Th M-Th M-Th

TIME 10-10:45am 10-10:45am 10-10:45am

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $40

CODE # 41917 41918 41919


KIDZ EXPLORE PROGRAM Classes and programs contracted by Kidz Explore LLC

TINKERBELL TEA PARTY

Pass, set, spike, serve! Come brush up on the fundamentals of volleyball during this fun 4 day camp where participation and sportsmanship are promoted. Ages 8-12 yrs. Min-5, Max-20.

Greeley Recreation Center, Main Gym SESSION DAY TIME June 27-30 M-Th 10:30am-12pm July 25-28 M-Th 10:30am-12pm

CODE # 42357 42358

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $55 Children will learn the FUN-damentals of their favorite sports such as basketball, t-ball, soccer and kickball. Give your kids a head start in the world of athletics by exposing them to these sports in a kid-friendly, fun environment. Not only will they gain strength and coordination, but they will also learn team building and good sportsmanship. Parents are encouraged, but not required, to participate with their children during the class. Ages 5-8 yrs. Min-5, Max-20.

Greeley Recreation Center, Main Gym DAY M-W M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

TIME 9-9:45am 9-9:45am 9-9:45am 9-9:45am 9-9:45am

CODE # 42359 42360 42361 42362 42363

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $40, *pro-rated $30

PLAY WITH CLAY

Come experiment with different types of clay! Make a pinch pot from real potters clay and try your hand on a mini pottery wheel. Next, create cute creatures using soft and squishy modeling clay. Last, make oatmeal play dough to mold with. Supply fee $15 payable to Kidz Explore the first day of class. Ages 8-12 yrs. Min-5, Max-20.

Greeley Recreation Center, Room 101A/Kitchen SESSION July 15

DAY TIME Fri 10-11am

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $10, plus $15 supply fee

SESSION July 15

DAY TIME Fri 11:30am-12:30pm

CODE # 41927

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $15, plus $5 supply fee

TEDDY AND ME TEA PARTY

SPORTIES FOR SHORTIES

SESSION June 6-8* June 13-16 July 11-14 Aug 1-4 Aug 8-11

Greeley Recreation Center, Room 101A/Kitchen

CODE # 41926

Little Ladies, you are invited to a Teddy and Me Tea Party. You and your Teddy Bear will learn proper etiquette, decorate small cupcakes, and have a “grown-up” tea party! Wear your prettiest dress and bring a tea set for you and your teddy bear. Ages 4-8 yrs. Min-5, Max-20.

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VOLLEYBALL CAMP

Little Fairies, you are invited to Fairy Land for a Tea Party with Tinkerbell! We will decorate sugar cookies, enjoy tea, learn & practice proper etiquette and perform a Fairy dance! Wear your prettiest dress and bring your favorite tea set to use. Fairy wings will be provided. $5 supply fee due to instructor the day of the Tea. Ages 4-8 yrs. Min-5, Max-20.

Greeley Recreation Center, Room 101A/Kitchen SESSION Aug 5

DAY TIME Fri 12-1pm

CODE # 41928

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $15, plus $5 supply fee

YEE HAH! HORSEMANSHIP!

Grab your cowboy hat and come on down to Crossway Farms for a lesson on horsemanship. You will get hands-on training in grooming a horse, guiding a horse through an obstacle course and a chance to ride astride a horse while being lead around! In July and August, you will get to expand your knowledge of horse anatomy, tack parts and feeding in addition to grooming, saddling and being astride a horse. This two hour class meets at Crossway Farms in Greeley (1241 71st Ave.). You must sign a Waiver form for horseback riding at the Greeley Recreation Center front desk and bring it to Crossway Farms with you. Ages 8-12 yrs. Min-4, Max-8.

Crossway Farms, 1241 71st Avenue SESSION May 26 June 9 July 7 Aug 4

DAY Th Th Th Th

TIME 12-2pm 12-2pm 12-2pm 12-2pm

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $55

CODE # 41929 41930 41931 41932

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PRIVATE SINGING LESSONS CONTRACTED

POP-GOSPEL PERFORMANCE GROUP CONTRACTED

Does singing make you feel more alive? Do your like to get into the beat – the jive – and express the ‘Soul’ of the song? This class is for you! This style develops the lower part of your voice which also strengthens your higher range ~ without pushing your voice. Sing your heart out while moving to your favorite songs as group and soloist! Ages middle-high school. Min-1, Max-20.

Greeley Recreation Center, Music Room SESSION June 2-29 July 7-28 Aug 4-25

DAY Thurs Thurs Thurs

TIME 1-2:30pm 1-2:30pm 1-2:30pm

CODE # 42426 42427 42428

Registration Deadlines May 26, June 23, July 28 Fee $40 (QULFKHG&RUH.QRZOHGJH&XUULFXOXP‡ 7RGGOHU3URJUDP‡ 3UHVFKRRO -XQLRU.LQGHUJDUWHQ‡ 3ULYDWH$OOGD\.LQGHUJDUWHQ‡ %HIRUH $IWHU6FKRRO3URJUDPV‡ 1XWULWLRXV0HDOV 6QDFNVLQFOXGHG‡ )DPLO\)ULHQGO\(YHQWV‡ '\QDPLF([SHULHQFHG7HDFKLQJ6WDII‡

West Greeley 6 6700 29th Street Road Kaley Bailey, Director 330-2233 Private Core Knowledge Kindergarten Now Enrolling for Summer and Fall 2011

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www.childrens-workshop.com

Singing your favorite songs at the top of your lungs is really fun -right? Maximize your vocal talent with private lessons tailored to meet your needs and goals as you seek to develop your individual style as a performer. Private lessons allows us to create a vocal development program custom designed for you that will help you gain confidence and develop your voice to be a powerful and expressive instrument. Ages 5+. Min-1, Max-1. All lessons taught by Cindy Wengel (970.388.1987).

Greeley Recreation Center, Music Room SESSION June 2-23 June 2-23 June 2-23 June 4-25 June 4-25 June 4-25 June 4-25 June 6-27 June 6-27 June 6-27 June 6-27 June 6-27 June 6-27 July 2-23 July 2-23 July 2-23 July 2-23 July 11-25* July 11-25* July 11-25* July 11-25* July 11-25* July 11-25* July 7-28 July 7-28 July 7-28 Aug 1-22 Aug 1-22 Aug 6-27 Aug 6-27

DAY Thur Thur Thur Sat Sat Sat Sat Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Sat Sat Sat Sat Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Thur Thur Thur Mon Mon Sat Sat

TIME 3-4pm 4-5pm 5-6pm 12:30-1:30pm 1:30-2:30pm 2:30-3:30pm 3:30-4:30pm 12:30-1:30pm 1:30-2:30pm 2:30-3:30pm 3:30-4:30pm 4:30-5:30pm 5:30-6:30pm 12:30-1:30pm 1:30-2:30pm 2:30-3:30pm 3:30-4:30pm 12:30-1:30pm 1:30-2:30pm 2:30-3:30pm 3:30-4:30pm 4:30-5:30pm 5:30-6:30pm 3-4pm 4-5pm 5-6pm 9-10am 3:30-4:30pm 9-10am 3:30-4:30pm

CODE # 42471 42472 42473 42474 42475 42476 42477 42478 42479 42480 42481 42482 42483 42484 42485 42486 42487 42488 42489 42490 42491 42492 42493 42494 42495 42496 42497 42498 42499 42500

Registration Deadlines May 29, June 25, July 30 Fee $72 for 4/wk session, *pro-rated $54 for 3/wk session


ON THE STEP, ON THE NOTE CONTRACTED

Greeley Recreation Center, Dance Studio/Music Room SESSION June 6-27 July 11-25* Aug 1-22

DAY Mon Mon Mon

TIME 11:30am-1pm 11:30am-1pm 11:30am-1pm

CODE # 42501 42502 42503

Registration Deadlines May 30, June 27, July 28 Fee $40, *pro-rated $30

WALT DISNEY & CHILDREN'S MUSIC PRODUCTION CONTRACTED

High energy body & imagination warm-ups! Explorative play to increase the awareness of themselves and others as they broaden their spatial awareness. Integration of special techniques for speaking, singing, and animated voices through fun and new games! At the end of eight weeks, your children will be acting out scenes, signing and doing choreography to their most beloved Walt Disney musicals and children's classics as in the "Chronicles of Narnia." Convenient summer class times two times a week are available. Ages 6-11 yrs. Min-1, Max-20.

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Don't waste your time just to dance in a chorus. Strengthen your singing and acting. This class offers professional instruction on how to 'act' when dancing or singing. Extensive physical conditioning exercises to increase breath support and detailed vocal techniques for Broadway, Pop, Country and Gospel singing and choreography styles! Learn how to sing while dancing! Ages middle school to high school. Min-1, Max-20.

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Greeley Recreation Center, Dance Studio/Music Room SESSION June 4-27 July 2-25* Aug 6-29

CONTRACTED

As you are movin' and grovin' to the 50s, you will learn how to sign the 'nasal-like effect heard in 1950s singing styles while acting scenes, singing songs and dancing to the classics from Grease, Bye-Bye Birdie & Hairspray! Area of emphasis: stage fright, body language, stage presentation, and use of vowels and consonants to create specific effects. During all classes, you will be preparing to do a public performance. Our professional staff guarantees that you will move from chorus to the lead role! Convenient summer class times two times a week are available. Ages 12+. Min-1, Max-20.

Greeley Recreation Center, Dance Studio/Music Room DAY Sat/M Sat/M Sat/M

TIME 9:30-11:30am 9:30-11:30am 9:30-11:30am

TIME 10-11am 9:30-11am 9:30-11am

CODE # 42510 42511 42512

Registration Deadlines May 28, June 25, July 30 Fee $45, *pro-rated $39

BROADWAY PRODUCTION REVIEW #1 1950'S

SESSION June 4-27 July 2-25* Aug 6-29

DAY Sat/M Sat/M Sat/M

CODE # 42504 42505 42506

Registration Deadlines May 28, June 25, July 30 Fee $55, *pro-rated $48

BROADWAY PRODUCTION REVIEW #2 "WICKED AND THE WIZ" CONTRACTED

Performing to very exhilarating music from today's top Broadway shows! Specially designed for dancing and singing in large or small groups as well as vocal or dance solors. Apply professional techniques from Broadway singing like breath support, vocal projection, body language, stage fright, and the use of vowels and consonants to create specific effects like a Broadway-style performer. No more wasting time-move from chorus to the lead role! Convenient summer class times two times a week are available. Ages 12+. Min-1, Max-20.

Greeley Recreation Center, Dance Studio/Music Room SESSION June 4-27 July 2-25* Aug 6-29

DAY Sat/M Sat/M Sat/M

TIME 9:30-11:30am 9:30-11:30am 9:30-11:30am

CODE # 42516 42517 42518

Registration Deadlines May 28, June 25, July 30 Fee $55, *pro-rated $48

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YOUTH PROGRAMS The Greeley Recreation Center and Synchronicity Incorporated proudly present . . .

YOUTH PROGRAMS

Northern Colorado Academy of Dance Arts

for Youth

Session Dates Session I June 27-July 23 Session II July 25-August 20 Registration Deadlines Session I June 23 Session II July 21 Session late fee $5 per class for registrations accepted after the deadline, 9pm. Classes that do not meet minimums will be cancelled.

Beginning and Advanced Pre Ballet & Tap

Beginning and Advanced Pre are for new and returning students ages 3-6 Beginning elementary is for new students ages 7-11 LEVEL Beginning Pre Advanced Pre

AGES 3-6 yrs 3-6 yrs

LENGTH 45 min 45 min

DAY Mon Mon

TIME 4pm 4:45pm

SESS. I 41702 41704

SESS. II 41703 41705

TIME 5:30pm 4pm 4:45pm

SESS. I 41706 41708 41710

SESS. II 41707 41709 41711

Teachers will assist in placing students LENGTH DAY TIME 60 min Wed 4:30pm 90 min Tues 4pm 90 min Mon 4pm 90 min Tues 4pm 90 min Thurs 4pm 90 min Fri 4pm 90 min Tues 5:30pm 60 min Fri 5:30pm 90 min Mon 5:30pm 90 min Wed 4pm 90 min Thurs 5:30pm 45 min Wed 5:30pm 45 min Tues 5:30pm 45 min Wed 6:15pm

SESS. I 41712 41714 41716 41718 41720 41722 41724 41726 41728 41730 41732 41734 41736 41738

SESS. II 41713 41715 41717 41719 41721 41723 41725 41727 41729 41731 41733 41735 41737 41739

Elementary Tap & Ballet LEVEL Beginning Elementary Elementary I/II Elementary III/IV

AGES 6+ 6+ 6+

Returning students ages 6+ LENGTH DAY 45 min Mon 45 min Thurs 45 min Thurs

Level Classes

LEVEL Ballet Level I/II Ballet Level III Ballet Level IV Ballet Level V/VI Ballet Level V/VI Ballet Level VII Ballet Level VIII/IX Beginning Pointe Pointe Level VII Pointe Level VII Pointe Level IX Youth Hip Hop Tap Level II/III/IV Hip Hop

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Class Length 1/2 hour 3/4 hour 1 hour 1-1/4 hour 1-1/2 hour 1-3/4 hour 2 hour

10-14 yrs 14+ yrs

Resident $20.00 $21.60 $23.20 $24.80 $26.40 $28.00 $29.60

Non-Resident $24.00 $25.60 $27.20 $28.80 $30.40 $32.00 $33.60

Apparel Come dressed in leotard, tights and shoes. Min-5, Max-20 Location Greeley Recreation Center Questions? Contact Julie Propst, 351.8602 or Deb Larsen, 346.2263


ADULT PROGRAMS The Greeley Recreation Center and Synchronicity Incorporated proudly present . . .

Northern Colorado Academy of Dance Arts

for Adults

3/4 hour 1 hour 1-1/4 hour 1-1/2 hour 1-3/4 hour 2 hour

Registration Deadlines Session I June 23 Session II July 21 Session late fee $5 per class for registrations accepted after the deadline, 9pm.

$21.60 $23.20 $24.80 $26.40 $28.00 $29.60

$25.60 $27.20 $28.80 $30.40 $32.00 $33.60

Apparel Come dressed in leotard and tights for the first class. Appropriate shoes are required, i.e. tap, ballet or jazz.

Adult Level Classes

ADULT PROGRAMS

Session Dates Questions? Contact Julie Propst, 351.8602 or Deb Larsen, 346.2263 Classes that do not meet minimums will be cancelled. Session I June 27-July 23 Session II July 25-August 20 Location Greeley Recreation Center Class Length Resident Non-Resident Min-5, Max-20 1/2 hour $20.00 $24.00

Teachers will assist in placing students LEVEL Adult Ballet Level I Adult Tap Level I Adult Tap Level II Adult Tap Level III/IV Adult Yoga

LENGTH 90 min 45 min 45 min 45 min 60 min

DAY Wed Tues Thurs Thurs Mon

TIME 5:30pm 6:15pm 5:30pm 6:15pm 6:15pm

SESS. I 41740 41742 41744 41746 41748

SESS. II 41741 41743 41745 41747 41749

WING CHUN CONTRACTED

Wing Chun is a Kung Fu system that is suited for people all sizes and age. Learn how to protect yourself against an attacker who may be physically bigger and stronger than you. Training in Wing Chun will not only give you the ability to defend yourself, but will improve your reflexes and coordination. Sifu Daniel Brazitis will teach the class and has been with the World Wing Chun Kung Fu Association, headed by Grandmaster William Cheung, since 1986. Wing Chun is the Kung Fu system that Bruce Lee first learned. Attire will be a plain black or white T shirt, black workout pants and non marking tennis shoes. Ages 15+. Min-10, Max-20.

Family FunPlex, Fitness Studio SESSION June 4-25 July 2-23 Aug 6-27

DAY Sat Sat Sat

TIME 12:30-2pm 12:30-2pm 12:30-2pm

CODE # 41971 41972 41973

Registration Deadlines May 31, June 28, Aug 2 Fee $55

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ADULT PROGRAMS

BALLROOM DANCING

Give the Gift of Life!

GIVE BLOOD! ADULT PROGRAMS

City Hall, 1100 10th St

9am-Noon May 19 & July 21

CONTRACTED Amy McCullough, Instructor

Beginning level classes are for people who have never danced before or are still unfamiliar with the basic steps of the dance. Intermediate level classes are for those who have

Please call Andrea Hawkins at 970.350.6100 to reserve a time to donate!

taken a beginning class or are familiar with the basic steps and styling of the dance. Foxtrot is a slower dance in 4/4 time. It is popular at

weddings, for first dances and moves around the room. Waltz is one of the classic elegant ballroom dances. The music is in 3/4 time and is generally slow. The waltz is a dance that moves around the room and is a favorite for first dances at weddings as well. Salsa is a very popular club dance similar to cha-

cha and rhumba but faster and with many turns and tricks. Its roots are in Africa and Cuba. Rhythm Dances cover less space and are much more

rhythmical. Includes: Rhumba, Cha-Cha, Mambo, Samba, East and West Coast Swing and Bolero. Club Dances are popular in many dance clubs

around the area. Some club dances tend to be flashier than others, with more room for innovation. Includes: Salsa, Merengue, Lindy Hop, Argentine Tango and Night Club 2 Step. Ages 16+. Min-6, Max-16.

Family FunPlex

BEGINNER BELLY DANCE This class in an introduction to the Ancient Art of Belly Dance. The basis of Belly Dance is a strong, inner core of muscles and flexibility, so repetition is vital. You will learn the history and some interesting facts about the benefits of Belly Dance and how to isolate muscles you never knew you had. Techniques are Yoga based, so they are easy on the body and joints as you are learning to build the strength and flexibility necessary for this type of dance (Belly Dance is considered non impact). Tone your muscles, increase your flexibility, enjoy the company of others, while having fun! Ages 12+. Min-8, Max-18.

Greeley Recreation Center, Fitness Room 2 SESSION June 13-July 25

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DAY TIME Mon 7:15-8:15pm

CLASS

DAY

TIME

CODE #

Beginning Waltz Beginning Salsa

Mon Mon

6-7pm 7-8pm

41820 41821

MONDAY, JUNE 6-27

CONTRACTED

CODE # 41832

Registration Deadline Thursday prior, no class July 4 Fee $60 resident, $70 non-resident

TUESDAY, JUNE 7-28

Beginning Cha Cha Tues Beginning Foxtrot Tues

6:30-7:30pm 41822 7:30-8:30pm 41823

Beg. East Coast Swing Mon Beginning Dance Mon

6-7pm 7-8pm

Beginning Salsa Beginning Waltz

Tues Tues

6:30-7:30pm 41826 7:30-8:30pm 41827

Beginning Foxtrot Beginning Salsa

Mon Mon

6-7pm 7-8pm

MONDAY, JULY 11-AUGUST 1

TUESDAY, JULY 5-26

MONDAY, AUGUST 8-29

TUESDAY, AUGUST 2-23

Beginning Waltz Tues Beg. East Coast Swing Tues

41824 41825

41828 41829

6:30-7:30pm 41830 7:30-8:30pm 41831

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $39


ADULT PROGRAMS

ADULT POP-GOSPEL PERFORMANCE GROUP CONTRACTED

Greeley Recreation Center, Dance Studio SESSION June 7-28 July 5-26 Aug 2-23

DAY Tues Tues Tues

TIME 11am-12pm 11am-12pm 11am-12pm

CODE # 42522 42523 42524

Registration Deadlines June 2, June 28, July 26 Fee $35

HEART SAVER FIRST AID CONTRACTED

Taught by the American Heart Association certified health care professionals, this First Aid class provides participants with an understanding of first aid basics, medical emergencies, injury emergencies & environmental emergencies. Upon completion of the course, participants will receive a Heartsaver First Aid course completion card. The certification is valid for two years. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-15.

ADULT PROGRAMS

Rekindle your love for singing inspirational music while renewing your singing voice and making it stronger than it has ever been. Is your vibrato wobbly and/or too fast? That can be corrected through fun breathing, vowel modifications, and 25 more things that will set you and your voice free again. Sing harmonies to your favorite songs. We all will sing each other's favorites. Ages 40+. Min-1, Max-20.

Family FunPlex SESSION July 20

DAY TIME Wed 4:15-6:15pm

CODE # 41933

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $45

ADULT GROUP SINGING LESSONS CONTRACTED

A new form of therapy and workoutâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;laugh and sing! Learn how to use your voice while having fun with your friends...express your passions again! Through vigorous breathing exercises, you increase the oxygen to your brain and get the wobble or the trembling out of your voice! Create a warmer and pleasant sound by releasing tightness in your vocal chords, jaw and tongue. We will explore methods of interpretation, presentation and have fun performing together as a group! Ages 40+. Min-1, Max-20.

Greeley Recreation Center, Dance Studio SESSION June 7-28 July 5-26 Aug 2-23

DAY Tues Tues Tues

TIME 10-11am 10-11am 10-11am

CODE # 42525 42526 42527

Registration Deadlines May 28, June 28, July 28 Fee $35

HEART SAVER CPR

Heart Saver CPR is a 2 1/2 hour American Heart Association comprehensive class for the general public. Adult, child and infant CPR; rescue breathing, obstructed airway and the use of barrier devices will be covered. Participants receive a Heart Saver certification card which is valid for two years. Ages 16+. Min-5, Max-15.

Family FunPlex SESSION July 20

DAY TIME Wed 6:45-9:15pm

CODE # 42107

Fee $48

Or take both First Aid & CPR Together! Family FunPlex SESSION July 20

DAY TIME Wed 4:15-9:15pm

Registration Deadline Thursday prior Fee $88

CODE # 42108

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ADULT PROGRAMS

ADULT PROGRAMS

DAY TIME POTTERY CLASSES CONTRACTED Tim Preston, Instructor

New this quarter will be a special two month pottery class designed especially for Home School students that will meet once a week for eight weeks. A special feature of this new class will allow parent or guardian to enroll with their child at half price. Students can expect to complete 4-6 projects at Greeleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s very own Clay Center. Ages 12+. Min-1, Max-10.

The Clay Center, 1024 6th Avenue SESSION June 2-July 21

DAY Th

TIME CODE # 10am-12:30pm 41991

Registration Deadline Two days prior Fee $105 plus $20 for materials per person, $160 for two individuals registering as a family, plus $20 for materials.

Having a Birthday? Celebrate with us! Family FunPlex Enjoy Adventure Island Aquatics Center (swimming) and River Run Adventure Mini-Golf (18 holes). Packages range from $125-$150 for 10 youth depending on the number of events chosen. For more info, call 336.4219. Greeley Recreation Center Your child can go tumbling, swimming or rock climbing! Packages range from $90-$125 for 10 youth depending on activity chosen. Parties are available Saturday 1-3pm or 3-5pm. Any other times, call 350.9400. Greeley Ice Haus Parties begin 1 hour before or after most Public Skate Sessions (Mon-Sun 12-1:30pm, Wed 6:15-7:45pm or Fri & Sat 7:15-8:45pm). Packages start at $125 for 10 youth. For more info, call 350.9402.

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Additional guests, food and other upgrades are available at each facility for an additional cost.

POTTERY CLASSES CONTRACTED Tim Preston, Instructor

Have you ever thought how fun it would be to create your own cups, plates and bowls, a sculpture for your garden or anything you can imagine? Now you can! Get creative with clay and explore your full potential in pottery. Join Tim Preston at the recently established Clay Center of Northern Colorado at 1024 6th Ave. Classes cater to all levels of experience. Make-up classes are available thru Tim. Ages 14+ (7-13 yrs accompanied by adult or guardian). Min-1, Max-10.

The Clay Center, 1024 6th Avenue SESSION June 6-29 June 7-30 July 6-27 July 5-28 August 1-24 August 2-25

DAY M/W T/Th M/W T/Th M/W T/Th

TIME 6-8:30pm 6-8:30pm 6-8:30pm 6-8:30pm 6-8:30pm 6-8:30pm

Registration Deadline Friday prior Fee $105 plus $20 for materials.

CODE # 41992 41993 41994 41995 41996 41997


ADULT PROGRAMS

ROCK GUITAR

Family FunPlex GROUP LESSONS SESSION June 6-27 July 11-August 1 August 8-29

GUITAR LESSONS CONTRACTED Jim Vessiny, Instructor

Have you always wanted to learn how to play the guitar? Here’s your chance to learn from a Maestro. You pick from two genres’ that meet in the music studio at the Greeley Recreation Center or Family FunPlex. Students can register for either rock guitar or country guitar. Group sessions are 1 hour in length per month. Private lessons are 1/2 hour sessions beginning at 4pm for each instructor. Provide your own guitar or rent one of ours for $25 per month. Limited quantities are available.

DAY Mon Mon Mon

TIME 8-9pm 8-9pm 8-9pm

CODE # 42444 42445 42446

Registration Deadline Friday prior Fee $50 resident, $60 non-resident PRIVATE LESSONS DAY TIME June 6-27 Mon 6pm 42447 Mon 6:30pm 42448 Mon 7pm 42449 Mon 7:30pm 42450

July 11-Aug 1 Aug 8-29 42451 42455 42452 42456 42453 42457 42454 42458

ADULT PROGRAMS

This course is perfect for anyone who has little or no guitar experience or for individuals who would like to broaden their guitar knowledge. In just one session, students will learn how to tune the guitar, play chords, read melodies and be able to use different strum patterns on a variety of songs. Participants may bring an acoustic, classical or an electric guitar to class. Ages 10+. Min-6, Max-12.

Registration Deadline Friday prior Fee $72 resident, $82 non-resident

COUNTRY GUITAR

Ron Meek has taught many successful guitar classes through the Rec Department and is back to be “El Maestro” in Folk/Country/Bluegrass. As an entertainer, Ron teams up with wife Katy of “Silversong.” Class emphasis is to develop finger picking, chord progressions, strum patterns and learn to play twenty songs during the course of the three sessions. Ages 10+. Min-6, Max-12.

Greeley Recreation Center, Music Studio GROUP LESSONS SESSION June 7-28 July 5-26 August 2-23

DAY Tues Tues Tues

TIME 6:10-7:25pm 6:10-7:25pm 6:10-7:25pm

CODE # 42429 42430 42431

Registration Deadline Friday prior Fee $50 resident, $60 non-resident PRIVATE LESSONS DAY TIME June 7-28 Tues 4pm 42432 Tues 4:30pm 42433 Tues 5pm 42434 Tues 5:30pm 42435

July 5-26 42436 42437 42438 42439

Registration Deadline Friday prior Fee $72 resident, $82 non-resident

FUN WITH DRUMS CONTRACTED Jim Vessiny, Instructor

Drumming can be very rewarding and a whole lot of fun. You can get started right now even if you are just beginning. Learn how to have more enjoyment as you learn new ideas with the Drum Set, Hand Drums, reading music for school and marching band, Mallet Instruments, etc. Ages 10+.

Greeley Recreation Center, Music Studio Aug 2-23 42440 42441 42442 42443

PRIVATE LESSONS DAY TIME June 9-30 Thurs 4pm 42459 Thurs 4:30pm 42460 Thurs 5pm 42461 Thurs 5:30pm 42462

July 7-28 42463 42464 42465 42466

Registration Deadline Monday prior Fee $72 resident, $82 non-resident

Aug 4-25 42467 42468 42469 42470

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ADULT SPORTS ADULT SPORTS

3 ON 3 BASKETBALL

Managers Meeting May 23, 6pm, FunPlex League begins May 31 Time 6-10pm 7 game guarantee Ages 16+. Min-4 teams, Max-18 teams

Greeley Recreation Center LEAGUE Mens Womens Co-Ed

DAY Tues Wed Thurs

FEE $100/team $100/team $100/team

CODE # 41364 41365 41366

Registration Deadline May 14 Late Registration May 15-21 ($25 late fee)

SUMMER VOLLEYBALL LEAGUES

Managers Meeting May 26, 6pm, Rec Center League begins week of June 6 Time 6pm 6 game guarantee Ages 16+. Min-4 teams, Max-9 teams

Monfort Park LEAGUE

DAY

FEE

CODE #

Women's Comp Women's Rec Men's Comp Men's Rec Co-Ed Comp Co-Ed Rec

Mon Mon Tues Tues Wed Wed

$50/team $50/team $50/team $50/team $50/team $50/team

41371 41372 71373 41374 41375 41376

Tues Tues Wed Thurs Thurs

$80/team $80/team $80/team $80/team $80/team

41411 41412 41377 41378 41379

2 ON 2 LEAGUES

4 ON 4 LEAGUES

Men's Rec Men's Comp Co-Ed Rec Women's Rec Women's Comp

Registration Deadline May 14 Late Registration May 15-21 ($25 late fee)

FALL SOFTBALL

Managers Meeting Aug 16, 6pm, FunPlex League begins August 22 Time 6-10pm All leagues play 7 games,*Dblhd leagues play 14 games. Ages 16+. Min-4 teams, Max-18 teams

Twin Rivers Ball Park LEAGUE

DAY

FEE

CODE #

Mens D Dblhd* Super E Dblhd* Mens D Mens E Mens E Mens E Mens E Mens Novice Mens Novice Mens Church

Tues Mon Thurs Tues Wed Thurs Fri Wed Fri Mon

$450 $450 $350 $350 $350 $350 $350 $350 $350 $350

42113 42114 42115 42116 42117 42118 42119 42120 42121 42122

Mixed Rec Mixed Rec Mixed Rec Mixed Leisure Mixed Leisure Mixed Church

Mon Wed Fri Tues Thurs Wed

$350 $350 $350 $350 $350 $350

42123 42124 42125 42126 42127 42128

Womens E

Mon

$350

42129

MENS

MIXED

WOMENS

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Registration July 1-Aug 1 Late Registration Aug 2-9 ($25 late fee)

FALL VOLLEYBALL LEAGUES

Managers Meeting July 28, 6pm, Rec Center League begins week of August 8 Time 6-10pm 10 game guarantee Ages 16+. Min-4 teams, Max-7 teams

Family FunPlex or Greeley Recreation Center LEAGUE

DAY

FEE

CODE #

Comp Dbhd Top Rec Dbhd Mid Rec Dbhd Mid Rec Leisure Mid Rec

Wed Tues Mon Mon Wed Tues

$325/team $325/team $325/team $225/team $225/team $225/team

42130 42131 42132 42133 42134 42135

Competitive Recreation

Sun Sun

$225/team $225/team

42136 42137

WOMENS

CO-ED

Registration June 28-July 17 Late Registration July 18-24 ($25 late fee)


ADULT SPORTS

2011 SOFTBALL TOURNAMENTS AT TWIN RIVERS USSSA contact 303.589.7522 or RMUSSA@aol.com Triple Crown contact 970.223.6644 or www.triplecrownsports.com

April 2-3 Colorado Xplosion April 9-10 USSSA April 16-17 Spring Stampede (Triple Crown) - youth fp April 23-24 USSSA (23rd only) April 30-May 1 Berthoud Blaze - youth fp May 7-8 Flowers for Mothers Day (Triple Crown) - youth fp May 14-15 Maydaze Slugfest (Rocky Mtn Softball) May 21-22 Colorado ASA - youth fp May 28-29 Open June 4-5 Colorado ASA - youth fp June 11-12 Open June 18-19 Stampede Classic (Rocky Mtn Softball) June 25-26 Colorado Classic (Triple Crown) - youth fp June 27-July 3 Sparkler (Triple Crown) - youth fp July July July July

9-10 USSSA 16-17 USSSA 23-24 Open 30-31 USSSA

August August August August

6-7 Open 13-14 Adult ASA 20-21 Open 27-28 Open

September 10 Patriots Day 911 (Rocky Mtn Softball) October 29 Trick or Treat (Rocky Mtn Softball)

2011 TENNIS TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE May 11-14 Rocky Mountain Senior Games May 11-15 Department of Leisure Services Doubles Tournament June 12-18 Cancer Benefit July 4-8 Junior Open July 18-24 Greeley Tennis Championships

SUMMER INLINE HOCKEY

Managers Meeting June 21, 6pm, FunPlex League begins June 29 Time 6-11pm 8 game guarantee Ages 16+. Min-4 teams, Max-9 teams

Family FunPlex LEAGUE A/B Level C/D Level

DAY Wed Wed

ADULT SPORTS

March 26-27 Opening Day (Rocky Mtn Softball)

FEE CODE # $440/team* 42109 $440/team* 42110

Registration May 19-June 9 Late Registration June 10-17 ($25 late fee) *Each player must also pay $30 registration fee for USA Inline Hockey.

FALL INLINE HOCKEY

Managers Meeting August 23, 6pm, FunPlex League begins September 7 Time 6-11pm 10 game guarantee Ages 16+. Min-4 teams, Max-9 teams

Family FunPlex LEAGUE A/B Level C/D Level

DAY Wed Wed

FEE CODE # $550/team* 42528 $550/team* 42529

Registration July 17-Aug 14 Late Registration Aug 15-21 ($25 late fee) *Each player must also pay $30 registration fee for USA Inline Hockey.

FALL DODGEBALL

Managers Meeting Aug 30, 6pm, FunPlex League begins September 16 Time 6-10pm 7 game guarantee Ages 16+. Min-4 teams, Max-15 teams

Greeley Recreation Center LEAGUE Rec Competitive

DAY Fri Fri

FEE $225/team $225/team

CODE # 42111 42112

Registration July 24-Aug 21 Late Registration Aug 23-28 ($25 late fee)

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ADULT SPORTS

ADULT SPORTS

SUMMER FLAG FOOTBALL

Managers Meeting May 26, 6pm, FunPlex League begins May 30 Time 6-10pm 7 game guarantee Ages 16+. Min-4 teams, Max-11 teams

Island Grove Park LEAGUE Recreation Competitive

DAY Mon Fri

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FEE $250/team $250/team

www.facebook.com/greeleyrio

CODE # 42138 42139

Registration April 18-May 14 Late Registration May 15-21 ($25 late fee)

FALL FLAG FOOTBALL

Managers Meeting August 9, 6pm, FunPlex League begins August 15 Time 6-10pm 8 game guarantee Ages 16+. Min-4 teams, Max-11 teams

Family FunPlex LEAGUE Recreation Competitive

DAY Mon Fri

FEE $250/team $250/team

CODE # 42530 42531

RODARTE BOXING FOR ADULTS Rodarte Community Center SESSION June 1-30 July 1-29 August 1-31

DAY M-Th M-Th M-Th

EARLY WEEK SPECIALS!

GREELEY 4637 29 St. th

970-330-5463 2439 W. 10th St.

970-356-6736 9 0 356 6 36 70

BIG MONDAY

TUSCANI TUESDAY

WING WEDNESDAY

6 10 50 MEDIUM PIZZA PASTA WINGS $

EACH

Up to 3-Toppings Minimum 2 Pizzas LIMITED TIME OFFER. Good on Thin ‘n Crispy, Hand Tossed or Pan pizza. Double toppings and extra cheese additional charge. Delivery area and charges vary.

CODE # 42140 42141 42142

Fee $25 resident, $35 non-resident Age 17+, background checks required.

Registration July 1-Aug 1 Late Registration Aug 2-7 ($25 late fee)

HOME OF THE $ 10 PIZZA!

TIME 5-7pm 5-7pm 5-7pm

$

¢EACH

Choose from Creamy Chicken Alfredo or Meaty Marinara with 5 Breadsticks

VALID ON SELECT WING COUNTS Minimum $10 for Delivery

LIMITED TIME OFFER. Delivery area and charges vary.

LIMITED TIME OFFER. Delivery area and charges vary.

FAMILY FEAST

25

$

2 Large Pizzas (up to 5 Toppings or Specialty)

&

10 Breadsticks (Traditional or Cinnamon)

Expires 8/31/11. One coupon per order. Good on Thin ‘n Crispy, Hand Tossed and Pan pizzas. Double toppings and extra cheese additional charge. Limited delivery area. Delivery charge may apply. ©2011 Pizza Hut, Inc.


50+ PROGRAMS

COMPUTER USERS GROUP OF GREELEY

Senior Center, Meeting Room 2 SESSION On-going

NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION

New Senior Activity Center members can ask questions, discuss programs, trips, classes and volunteering opportunities. A tour of the facility is included! Ages 50+. Min-1, Max-open.

Senior Center, Classroom DATE June 23 July 28 August 25 September 22

DAY Thurs Thurs Thurs Thurs

TIME ____ 10am 10am 10am 10am

DAY 2nd Sat each month

TIME____ 1-3:30pm

Fee $12 AARP member, $14 non-AARP member *Special interest group meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 6-8:30pm.

COMPUTER LAB

Did you know the Senior Center has several computers available for Senior Center Member use? There is no charge to use the computer. Seven computers have high-speed internet. Ages 50+.

Senior Center, Computer Lab

Fee FREE

DAY Mon-Fri Sat

SENIOR CENTER SHAREHOLDERS LUNCHEON MEETING & BIRTHDAY PARTY

Fee FREE *Call 970.350.9440 to schedule your free appointment for basic computer help.

Be a part of the group and let us help you celebrate your birthday or anniversary in the appropriate month! We welcome our newest shareholders and give prospective shareholders an idea of what a vital group we are! Ages 50+. Min-25, Max-open.

Senior Center, Dining Room DATE June 2 July 7 August 4

DAY Thurs Thurs Thurs

TIME 11:30am 11:30am 11:30am

CODE # 41254 41462 41463

Fee $3

CAREGIVING TIPS: PLANNING FOR LONG TERM CARE

TIME______ 8am-5pm Noon-3pm

RODARTE 50+ GROUP

This group of senior citizens meets for lunch and friendship. The lunch is open to all seniors. A donation of $2.50 helps cover the cost of lunch. Call Esther Munoz 970.351.0980 for more information.

Rodarte Community Center SESSION On-going

DAY Friday

TIME ____ 10am-2pm

Fee FREE

LOS ALEGRES ANCIANOS MEXICANOS (L.A.A.M.)

Participants will learn about advanced directives and how to finance long term care for a person with dementia. Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-open.

A non-city, private organization for seniors that meets weekly. All seniors are invited; annual membership is $7 per year. Come and socialize, play bingo and enjoy other special events. L.A.A.M. also provides assistance to seniors in crisis. Call Edward Ludi at 970.353.2835 for more information.

Senior Center

Rodarte Community Center

Marcia Shafer, Director of Alzheimer's Assoc., Instructor

DATE June 13 Fee FREE

DAY Mon

TIME ____ 10-11am

50+ PROGRAMS

Meetings are open to everyone at no charge. Attendees have their questions answered, trade ideas and see presentations on a variety of topics, beginner to advanced. Upcoming topics are listed on their web site: www.cugg.org. Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-open.

SESSION On-going Fee FREE

DAY Thursday

TIME ____ 10am-2pm

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50+ PROGRAMS

50+ PROGRAMS

KNITTING GROUP

No need to register just come and enjoy! This is a wonderful group of all different level of knitters. Jean Sharpley will be there to teach us all new things and help anyone out with problems. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss the chance to join this group for great knitting and wonderful fellowship! Ages 50+. Min-open, Max-open.

Senior Center SESSION On-going

DAY Wed

TIME______ 9am

Fee FREE member, $2 drop-in non-member

PORCELAIN ART

Join us for Porcelain Art on the first Monday of each month. All supplies must be purchased by the participant. Stop in and see if you would like to start this hobby. Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-open.

Senior Center, Craft Room DATE June 6 July 11 August 1

DAY Mon Mon Mon

TIME _ _ _ 9-11am 9-11am 9-11am

Fee FREE.

Weld County Senior

Nutrition Program A Federally Funded program that provides well-balanced meals for adults, 60 years and older, for a suggested donation of $3. Adults, 59 years and younger, can enjoy a meal for $7.25. Seniors can participate in educational programs and receive other supportive services. The program is held from 10am-2pm every Thursday at the Rodarte Community Center and 11:30am on Monday & Wednesday at the Senior Center.

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*Please call 970.350.9440 for your reservation by 9am on Friday or Tuesday.

SENIOR CAR LOVERS UNITE

The Senior Center is excited to offer this menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s club with special interests discussed such as cars and bikes. This group meets once a month for coffee, donuts and to discuss topics such as NASCAR, Indy car, drag racing, or any cars you have owned in the past, classic old cars and bikes of interest! Everyone is invited, including of course any interested ladies. Ages 50+. Min-open, Max-open.

Senior Center, Conference Room SESSION On-going

DAY Wed

TIME______ 9am

Fee FREE member, $2 drop-in non-member


50+ PROGRAMS

KRAFTY CORNER

Do you like to create fun and pretty things with your hands? Do you have new ideas for craft projects? If so, spend a little time with us and make some arts and crafts! Leader Ruby Taziri. Ages 50+. Min-5, Max-open.

Senior Center, Craft Room DAY Mon

TIME______ 1-3pm

Fee FREE

BOOK CLUB

The Senior Center book club is open to all members! Discussion and refreshments. Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-open.

Senior Center, Classroom SESSION On-going

DAY 2nd Thurs each month

TIME____ 10-11am

Fee FREE May The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson June The Raven Stole the Moon by Garth Stein July Geting Old is a Disaster by Rita Lakin August The Invisible Mountain by Carolina De Robertis

Wii PLAY

Interested in playing the newest in video game systems? The “Wii” is an interactive game using a remote control to move your character on the screen. You will have the chance to bowl, play tennis, baseball, golf and several others. The games are provided. All you have to do is show up and give it a try. Most games are played standing, swinging your arm or moving your body in some fashion. That’s what makes it fun! You are “virtually” playing the game. Ages 50+. Min-open, Max-open.

50+ PROGRAMS

SESSION On-going

Senior Center

CERAMICS

Calling all ceramic lovers! Gina will help you learn about greenware, paints, stains, glaze and firing. Our expert instructor and volunteer will help you during each class! Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-open.

Senior Center, Craft Room DATE June July August

DAY Wed and/or Sat Wed and/or Sat Wed and/or Sat

TIME 1-3pm 1-3pm 1-3pm

CODE # 41453 41454 41455

Fee $5 member, $10 non-member

Come skate on the indoor pond at the Greeley Ice Haus Skate Café (50+ years old) M, W & F 9-10am Fee $3 (includes skate rental & a cup of coffee!) 900 8th Ave greeleyicehaus.com 970.350.9402

SESSION On-going

DAY Fri

TIME______ 1-3pm

Fee FREE member, $2 drop-in non-member

AARP DRIVERS SAFETY

The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) in conjunction with the Greeley Senior Activity Center (Senior Center) is sponsoring one four-hour session of this informative course. The format includes lectures, video and voluntary tests. You will also be qualified for a discount from your insurance company. For details, call Meredith Skoglund at 970.350.9560. Fee Payable to the instructor. Did you know that your insurance company will give you a discount on your insurance for taking this class? Ages 50+. Min-open, Max-open.

Senior Center, Meeting Room 1 SESSION June 22 July 13 August 10

DAY Wed Wed Wed

TIME______ 8am-12pm 8am-12pm 8am-12pm

Registration Deadline 24 hours prior Fee $12 AARP member, $14 non-AARP member

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50+ PROGRAMS BRIDGE LESSONS

Have you always wanted to learn the game of bridge? Now is your chance! Bridge lessons are offered monthly. Ages 50+.

50+ PROGRAMS

Senior Center, Fitness Room SESSION June 6-27 July 11-25 Aug 1-29

DAY Mon Mon Mon

TIME 9-10am 9-10am 9-10am

CODE # 41525 41526 41527

Fee $2 member, $7 non-member

Learn to play this exciting card game. It may quickly become your favorite! Leaders Dale & Mary Ann Young. Ages 50+. Min-10, Max-open.

Senior Center, Fitness Room SESSION On-going

DAY Tues

TIME______ 6:30-9:30pm

Fee FREE

SCRABBLE LEVEL 2

Have the time of your life playing your favorite board game! Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-open.

Senior Center, Game Room SESSION On-going

DAY Thurs

TIME______ 1-3pm

Fee FREE

PINOCHLE LEVEL 2

Bridge Groups Ages 50+. Min-4, Max-open

Monday Mornings Bridge Lesson, 9am Helen Norton, 353.9581 Monday Afternoons, 1pm Kathleen Davis, 353.2686 2nd & 4th Monday Afternoons at the Family FunPlex, 1pm Gloria Jurado, 330.2816 Tuesday Afternoons, 1pm Rita Aames, 339.5540 Wednesday Afternoons Tom Roberts 304.0410, 12:30pm Helen Norton, 353.9581, 1pm 1st, 3rd & 5th Friday Afternoons, 1pm Joyce Wells, 339.5135 1st & 3rd Friday Mornings, 10am Edna Burgess, 350.9440 Saturday Afternoons, 12:30pm Tom Roberts, 304.0410

How does a run and double marriage sound to you? If that is your game, then join us for some inspired play time! Leader Doris Bunting. Ages 50+. Min-4, Max-open.

Senior Center, Fitness Room SESSION On-going

DAY M/W

TIME______ 1-3pm

Fee FREE

CRIBBAGE

15-2, 15-4 and a run of 3 for 7. Drop in and enjoy a game! Ages 50+. Min-4, Max-open.

Senior Center, Lobby SESSION On-going

DAY Wed

TIME______ 1-3pm

Fee FREE

CARD EXTRAVAGANZA

Shareholders, bring your guests and enjoy a wonderful evening of socializing and cards. We’ll play Bridge, Pitch, Canasta, Cribbage and Pinochle. Leaders Vern and Clara Smith. Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-open.

Senior Center, Fitness Room SESSION DAY On-going Wed 1st, 3rd & 5th Wednesday

TIME______ 6:30-9:30pm

Fee FREE

GROCERY BINGO

B-6...Bingo! If you enjoy the game of bingo, bring your friends and come down to the Senior Center to try your luck. Ages 50+. Min-10, Max-open.

Senior Center, Craft Room

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Located at the Senior Center & Family FunPlex Fee FREE.

SESSION On-going Fee 25¢ donation

DAY Thurs

TIME______ 1-3pm


50+ PROGRAMS SPECIAL EVENTS

Wednesday, May 4 • 1pm

Remember the homemade ice cream when desserts were not part of our daily menu? Let’s step back to the past and enjoy a delicious treat and celebrate National Older American’s Month! Ice Cream donated by Guaranty Bank. All ages. Min-open, Max-open.

50+ PROGRAMS

ICE CREAM SOCIAL

Location Senior Center Dining Room Fee FREE

SQUARE DANCING

Anyone 16 and older is welcome to join us for square dancing. Beginners welcome, tickets at the door! Ages 18+. Min-16, Max-open.

Senior Center SESSION May 14 June 16 July 7 July 21 August 4 August 25

DAY Sat Thurs Thurs Thurs Thurs Thurs

TIME______ 7-9pm 7-9pm 7-9pm 7-9pm 7-9pm 7-9pm

Fee $5 member, $6 non-square dance member

MOTHER'S DAY LUNCH

Thursday, May 5 • 11:30am

“M” is for the million things she gave to me! Let’s start the weekend off in a special way by treating Mom to lunch! Any mom over 80 who brings a guest gets her meal free! Entertainment: Susan & Bob Harris. Ages 25+. Min-25, Max-open.

COMMUNITY DANCE

Location Senior Center Dining Room Fee $4 Code # 40515

Join us for a community dance with music provided. Ages 50+. Min-25, Max-open.

HAMBURGER PICNIC

Wednesdays

Senior Center, Dining Room DATE May 11 May 25 June 22 July 13 July 27 August 10 August 24

TIME 7-10pm 7-10pm 7-10pm 7-10pm 7-10pm 7-10pm 7-10pm

Fee $5 at the door

BAND___________ Midi Magic Band Jim Ehrlich Midi Magic Band Ray Cox Midi Magic Band Ray Cox Midi Magic Band

Thursday, July 14 • 11:30am-1pm

Enjoy an old fashioned picnic at the Senior Activity Center. The menu includes a delicious grilled hamburger, potato salad, baked beans, watermelon and a beverage. Everyone is welcome! In case of rain, lunch will be served inside. No pre-registration necessary. Ages 25+. Min-25, Max-open. Location Senior Center South Lawn Fee $3

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50+ PROGRAMS

CIRCUIT TRAINING AT FUNPLEX

POUDRE TRAIL WALKING

50+ PROGRAMS

Lace up your walking shoes and hit the trail. Bring your own water and walking stick. Ages 50+. Min-open, Max-open.

June 14 • 7:30am Hwy 257 Parking Lot

SENIOR SHAPE-UP

August 9 • 7:30am 35th Ave Parking Lot

Marilyn Freier, Instructor

Marilyn’s smile and enthusiasm will encourage you to improve your flexibility, strength, agility and coordination. Bring a friend and join the fun! Ages 50+. Min-22, Max-open.

September 13 • 7:30am Eastman Park Parking Lot in Windsor Fee FREE.

Greeley Recreation Center, Auxillary Gym

WATER WALKING Doris Gilreath, Instructor

Instructor will lead this class and help you improve your strength and muscle tone. Don’t miss this fun exercise class! Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-open.

Greeley Recreation Center Pool TIME 7am 7am 7am

CODE # 41456 41457 41458

Registration Deadlines June 1, July 1, Aug 1 Fee $12 member, $17 non-member, GRC members FREE Connie Perkins, Instructor

Greeley Recreation Center Pool DAY T/Th T/Th T/Th

TIME 7am 7am 7am

CODE # 41459 41460 41461

Registration Deadlines June 1, July 1, Aug 1 Fee $8 member, $13 non-member, GRC members FREE

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SESSION DAY TIME CODE # June 20-Aug 29 M/T/Th 8-9am 41466 June 20-Aug 29 M/T/Th 9:15-10:15am 41467 Registration Deadline March 25 Fee $33 member, $38 non-member

MASSAGE

Come and enjoy a chair or table massage with Deb in our new “Senior Foundation Wellness Room.” Please call the front desk for appointments and pay for all services at the time of your appointment. Ages 50+. Min-open, Max-open.

Senior Center, Foundation Wellness Room SESSION May-August

Ages 50+. Min-1, Max-open. SESSION June 2 July 5 Aug 2

TIME CODE # 9:35-10:35am 41487 9:35-10:35am 41488

Registration Deadline June 16, July 20 Fee $25 member, $30 non-member, *pro-rated $22.50 member, $27.50 non-member (no class July 4)

July 12 • 7:30am 83rd Avenue Parking Lot

DAY M/W/F M/W/F M/W/F

Family FunPlex, Fitness Studio SESSION DAY June 20-July 20* M/W July 25-Aug 24 M/W

May 10 • 8am 71st Ave Parking Lot

SESSION June 1 July 1 Aug 1

Looking for a more challenging work-out? Short periods of low impact exercises are followed by a brief rest/recovery and then rotation to a different exercise. Ages 50+. Min-5, Max-20.

A strength training program that builds bone density, muscle mass and improves joint health and balance by the use of hand weights and ankle weights. Classes are taught by certified instructors. Classes meet for one hour in 12 week increments either three days per week or two days per week. The classes are ongoing and at various times. Space is limited and registration is required by calling Weld County Area Agency on Aging at 970.346.6950 ext 6117.

DAY Tues

TIME ____ 9am-12pm

Registration Deadline 24 hours prior Fee $10/15 min chair massage, $15/20 min chair massage, $20/30 min chair massage

BALANCE ASSESSMENTS

Free Balance Assessment by Michelle Conlin, a licensed and registered physical therapist. Testing only takes 15 minutes and includes a posture screen and general strength assessment. You will receive immediate feedback regarding your risk for falling. Appointments are required. Ages 50+. Min-1, Max-6.

Senior Center, Conservatory DATE June 8 August 10

DAY Wed Wed

TIME ____ 9-11am 9-11am

Registration Deadline June 7, August 9 Fee FREE


50+ PROGRAMS

SilverSneakers® Fitness Program

SILVERSNEAKERS® ORIENTATION

A facility orientation will be held for Silver Sneakers participants the first and third week of the month. The orientation will provide a tour of the facility and an overview of the fitness equipment. Ages 50+. Min-5, Max-12.

Family FunPlex, Senior Room SESSION June 7 July 12 Aug 2

DAY Tues Tues Tues

TIME 9-10:30am 9-10:30am 9-10:30am

CODE # 42386 42387 42388

Registration Deadline Monday prior Fee FREE for SilverSneakers® participants, $7 all others

SILVERSNEAKERS® SILVERSPLASH®

Activate your aqua urge for variety! SilverSplash offers lots of fun shallow-water moves to improve agility, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. No swimming ability is required, and a special SilverSneakers kickboard is used to develop strength, balance and coordination. Ages 50+. Min-5, Max-20.

Family FunPlex, Fitness Studio SESSION DAY June 20-July 20 M/W July 25-Aug 25 M/W

TIME 7-8am 7-8am

CODE # 41843* 41844

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee FREE for SilverSneakers® participants, $27 resident, $37 non-resident; *pro-rated $24.50 resident, $34.50 non-resident

REFLEXOLOGY

This study helps bring natural relief from aches and pains. It will get to the cause of a problem by restoring the energy flow to the body in many different systems. Improve your local blood circulation, relieve stressful aches and pain, ease tension and reduce fatigue. Call the Senior Center front desk for your 1/2 hour appointment with Arnie Fiscus, Certified Reflexologist. Ages 50+. Min-1, Max-5.

Senior Center, Wellness Room DATE June 1 July 6 August 3 Fee $11

DAY Wed Wed Wed

SILVERSNEAKERS® MUSCULAR STRENGTH & RANGE OF MOVEMENT

Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement and activities for daily living. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a SilverSneakers ball are offered for resistance. A chair is used for seated and/or standing support. Ages 50+. Min-5, Max-24.

Family FunPlex, Fitness Studio SESSION DAY June 21-July 21 T/Th July 26-Aug 25 T/Th

TIME CODE # 9:45-10:45am 41839 9:45-10:45am 41840

50+ PROGRAMS

The Family FunPlex is now part of SilverSneakers®! This fitness program is designed for Medicare participants with select health insurance plans. Stop by the FunPlex front desk to check SilverSneakers® eligibility. The program includes facility amenities and group fitness classes as well as unlimited access for daily admission to the FunPlex. SilverSneakers® group exercise classes offer you the best opportunity to stay on track toward your health and fitness goals. Our signature classes are designed specifically for older adults and taught by specially trained, certified instructors.

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee FREE for SilverSneakers® participants, $27 resident, $37 non-resident

SILVERSNEAKERS® YOGA STRETCH

YogaStretch will move your whole body through a complete series of seated and standing yoga poses. Chair support is offered to safely perform a variety of postures designed to increase flexibility, balance and range of movement. Restorative breathing exercises and final relaxation will promote stress reduction and mental clarity. Ages 50+. Min-5, Max-24.

Family FunPlex, Fitness Studio SESSION DAY June 20-July 20 M/W July 25-Aug 25 M/W

TIME CODE # 7:30-8:30am 41837* 7:30-8:30am 41838

Registration Deadlines June 16, July 21 Fee FREE for SilverSneakers® participants, $27 resident, $37 non-resident; *pro-rated $24.50 resident, $34.50 non-resident

FOOT CARE

Let Sue pamper your feet! Toenails, corns and calluses get cut and trimmed; feet and ankles get massaged. Relax in a soak! 1/2 hour appointments. Ages 50+. Min-1, Max-8.

Senior Center, Wellness Room TIME ____ 9-11:30am 9-11:30am 9-11:30am

DATE 2nd & 4th Tues 3rd & 4th Wed

DAY Tues Wed

TIME _________ 8:30am-12:30pm 8:30am-12:30pm

Registration Deadline 24 hours prior Fee $19

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EVENING TABLE TENNIS

This is not just a game of ping pong! Join us for drop-in table tennis games with your friends at the Senior Center. Be sure to wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes. Be prepared to laugh and have FUN! Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-open.

Senior Center, Dining Room

50+ SPORTS

TABLE TENNIS

Senior Center, Dining Room SESSION On-going*

DAY M/W/F

TIME ____ 1:30-4pm

NORTHERN COLORADO 8-BALL DOUBLES TOURNAMENT

If you enjoy pool and a good competition with area Senior centers, this is for you. Individuals from the Fort Collins, Greeley and Loveland Senior Centers will compete in a team 8-ball competition. Prizes awarded to the top three teams. You must sign up with a partner. Refreshments and lunch provided. Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-8.

Chilson Senior Center, Loveland DAY Thurs

TIME 9am

CODE # 41489

Registration Deadline June 16 Fee $11.50 per person You don’t have to be a pool shark to enjoy a game of pool or snooker. Fun times and good friendships guaranteed! Ask about our Center Pool Club! Talk with Jim Nelson or Alvina Bailey to become a member. Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-open.

Senior Center, Pool Room DAY M-F Tues Sat

TIME ____ 8am-5pm 8am-8pm Noon-3pm

Fee FREE to members, $2 non-member daily drop-in fee

WOMENS BILLIARDS

Enjoy the company of other female billiards enthusiasts. Practice your skills and enjoy fun games of 8-ball, 9-ball or snooker. Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-20.

Senior Center, Pool Room SESSION On-going On-going

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DAY M-F Sat

DAY W/F

TIME ____ 6-9pm

No table tennis June 8-10

POOL CLUB MONTHLY TOURNAMENTS

Bewareofthesharks!Therewillbeplentyofthemswimming around during the tournament! Prizes presented to 1st-3rd place winners. Ages 50+. Min-6, Max-40.

Senior Center, Pool Room DATE June 22 July 20 Aug 24

DAY Wed Wed Wed

TIME 9am 9am 9am

EVENTS 9 Ball Singles 8 Ball Singles 8 Ball Doubles

CODE # 41490 41491 41492

Registration Deadline 48 hours prior Fee $3 pool club member, $8 non-member

POOL CLUB 8-BALL MIXED DOUBLES TOURNAMENT

Don’t miss this grand tournament! Find your mixed doubles partner and sign up today. Prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishers! Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-24.

Senior Center, Pool Room

BILLIARDS

SESSION On-going On-going On-going

SESSION On-going

Fee $3, (2nd Friday Round Robin tournament fee is $5.

Fee FREE. *No table tennis June 8-10

DATE June 23

Everyone is welcome to join us for table tennis each 1st and 3rd Wednesday and Friday evenings. Come and learn from the best! Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-open.

TIME ____ 8am-5pm 12-3pm

Fee FREE to members, $2 non-member daily drop-in fee

DATE July 28

DAY Thurs

TIME 9am

CODE # 41493

Registration Deadline July 26 Fee $5 per person

SNOOKER TOURNAMENT

Pool Club will host a round robin snooker tournament. Prizes awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Ages 50+. Min-6, Max-24.

Senior Center, Pool Room DATE Aug 29

DAY Mon

TIME 9am

CODE # 41494

Registration Deadline Aug 25 Fee $4 per person

SHUFFLEBOARD TOURNAMENT

Stay out of the “kitchen” during our quarterly tournament. Prizes awarded to the top 3 finishers! We will take a lunch break. Don’t forget to make a reservation for Nutrition Lunch. Ages 50+. Min-4, Max-16.

Senior Center, Shuffle Courts DATE Aug 10

DAY Wed

TIME 10am

CODE # 41495

Registration Deadline Aug 8 Fee $2 shuffleboard club member, $7 non-member


50+ SPORTS

HIKING TRIPS ORIENTATION

Find out about upcoming hiking trips and destinations. All levels of hikers are welcome. Please call 350.9440 to reserve a seat. Ages 50+. Min-1, Max-25.

Senior Center, Room 1 DATE May 6

DAY Fri

TIME_ ____ 11am-12pm

SUMMER HIKING TRIP

Bring your own backpack, sack lunch, rain gear, plenty of water and your sense of adventure! Additional trail fees may be required the day of the trip. Call 350.9438 for details. Ages 50+. Min-6, Max-13. DATE May 20 June 24 July 15 Aug 12

DAY Fri Fri Fri Fri

TIME 7:45am 7:45am 7:45am 7:45am

LOCATION Royal Arch Hmstd Mdws TBD Zimmerman Lake

CODE # 40529 41501 41502 41503

Registration Deadline 48 hours prior to departure Fee $15 member, $20 non-member

50+ BEG/LEISURE PICKLEBALL

Play and learn pickleball in a relaxed environment. Players teach each other the skills of this popular sport for 50+ adults. Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-20.

Greeley Recreation Center, Auxillary Gym SESSION DAY TIME CODE # June 1-Aug 31 M/W 11:30am-1:30pm 41497 Registration Deadline June 1 Fee $5 member, $10 non-member

50+ BADMINTON

Enjoy fun games of badminton with adults age 50+! Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-20.

Family FunPlex, Fieldhouse (1ct) SESSION DAY Aug 1-Oct 31 M/W

TIME 1:30-3:30pm

CODE # 41496

Registration Deadline Aug 1 Fee $7 member, $12 non-member

ROCKY MOUNTAIN SENIOR GAMES

The City of Greeley Department of Leisure Services, through its Senior Activity Center, will once again host the Rocky Mountain Senior Games! The games are sanctioned by the Colorado Senior Sports Development Council. Contestants age 50 and older are encouraged to participate in this year’s event. Volunteers and donations are always welcomed. Some scheduled events for this year are: • • • • • • • • •

Archery Cycling Golf Track & Field Swimming Tennis Disc Golf Line Dance Billiards

DATE June 8-12

• • • • • • • • •

Badminton Bowling Table Tennis Basketball Shuffleboard Rowing Pickleball Bocce ball NEW Pole Vault

DAY Wed-Sun

TIME ___ 6am-6pm

Registration Deadline May 23 Registration forms are available at the Greeley Senior Activity Center. If you would like to be a part of this important statewide event, call 350.9433. Register online by visiting www.rmseniorgames.com.

RMSG TENNIS TOURNAMENT

Greeley Recreation Center, Auxillary Gym

Winner/Consolation-Player/team guaranteed two matches, best 2 out of 3, with a super tie breaker (10 point-must win by two points) played in lieu of a third set. Combined rating for Mixed Doubles will be used. Age groups may be combined in order to provide two matches. Singles, doubles and mixed doubles events offered. Ages 50+. Min-10, Max-open.

SESSION DAY June 2-Aug 30 Sat June 2-Aug 30 T/Th

SESSION May 11-14

50+ PICKLEBALL

Pickleball is a mixture of badminton, table tennis, and tennis and is one of the fastest growing sports for older adults. Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-40. TIME CODE # 1-4pm 41498 10:30am-2:30pm

Registration Deadline June 2 Fee $7 member, $12 non-member

50+ SPORTS

Fee FREE

Centennial Tennis Courts DAY Wed-Sat

TIME ____ 8am-7pm

Registration Deadline May 2 by 5pm Fee $10 per event

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50+ VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE PREPRE-SEASON MEETING

Learn about our 50+ Volleyball Programs. The same information will be covered in both meetings so pick the day that best fits your schedule. Ages 50+. Min-1, Max-30.

50+ SPORTS

Senior Center & Family FunPlex* DATE June 24 July 11*

50+ RACQUETBALL

Call the Greeley Recreation Center to reserve a court at 350.9400. Fees payable to the Senior Center. Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-16.

Greeley Recreation Center, Racquetball Courts SESSION July 5-Sep 29

DAY T/Th

TIME 10am-Noon

CODE # 41499

Registration Deadline July 5 Fee $7 member, $12 non-member

50+ BASKETBALL

Looking for a way to stay fit and have fun? Basketball is the answer! Ages 50+. Min-1, Max-20.

TIME 11:30am 11:30am

Registration Deadline June 23, July 8 Fee FREE

50+ DIVISION VOLLEYBALL

Players who were on a roster for the 2010 CSVA Winter League are eligible for Division Volleyball. This is an opportunity for CSVA league players to utilize the skills learned in practice along with others who have received the same instruction. Fee includes coinciding quarter of Open Gym Volleyball. Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-40.

Greeley Recreation Center, Main Gym

Greeley Recreation Center, Main Gym

SESSION June 3-Aug 26

SESSION July 5-Sep 29

Registration Deadline June 3 Fee $7 member, $12 non-member

DAY T/Th

TIME 8-10am

CODE # 41500

50+ SOFTBALL CELEBRATION

Softball players will celebrate the success of our 50+ Summer Softball teams. Main dish and table service is provided. Ages 50+. Min-20, Max-100.

Greeley Recreation Center Room 101; will be in room ABC if inclement weather. DATE Aug 24

DAY Wed

TIME 6-8pm

Registration Deadline Reservations required by Aug 17, call 970.350.9440. Fee FREE

50+ OPEN GYM VOLLEYBALL

Beginning and experienced players are eligible for Open Gym Volleyball. Players are encouraged to play in at least one quarter of Open Gym Volleyball prior to joining a CSVA league team. Ages 50+. Min-2, Max-40.

Family FunPlex & Greeley Recreation Center* SESSION June 3-Aug 30

DAY Tues Fri* Sun

TIME CODE # 9am-12pm 41504 10:30am-12pm 1-4pm

Registration Deadline Fee $7 member, $12 non-member

DAY Fri

TIME 9-10:30am

CODE # 41505

50+ VOLLEYBALL 101

Registration Deadline July 5 Fee $7 member, $12 non-member

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DAY Fri Mon

Learn and review the basic skills of volleyball: passing, setting, hitting and serving. This clinic is for adults, age 50+, who are beginners or who need a review of basic volleyball techniques. Clinic will be lead by Carrie Fehringer. Ages 50+. Min-1, Max-14.

Greeley Recreation Center, Main Gym SESSION July 8-15

DAY Fri

TIME CODE # 8:30-10:30am 41506

Registration Deadline July 6 Fee $10 member, $15 non-member

50+ VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE

Teams participate in the Colorado Senior Volleyball Association and compete against teams from Northern Colorado and the Denver Metro Area. Participation in 50+ Open Gym Volleyball is recommended before joining a CSVA league team. Out-of-town travel is required. Ages 50+ by Dec 31, 2011. Min-6, Max-40. SESSION

DAY

TIME

CODE #

Sep 7-Nov 16

Wed

11am-2pm

41507

Aug 22-Nov 28

Mon

9-11am

GAMES (Greeley Recreation Center) PRACTICES (Family FunPlex - 3 CTS)

Registration Deadline July 25 Fee $31 member, $36 non-member


50+ TRAVEL THOROUGHBRED HORSE RACING

A visit to the Wild Animal Sanctuary could include finding tigers swimming in the lake or lying beneath a tree, an African lion pride lying in the tall grass, grizzly & black bears living in a 10 acre habitat; or wolves running free in their habitat. After the tour we will enjoy lunch at the Pepper Pod in Hudson; cost of lunch will be on your own. Fee includes transportation, escort and admission to the Wild Animal Sanctuary. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13.

Arapahoe Park DATE June 24

DAY Fri

TIME 11am

CODE # 41469

Registration Deadline June 10 Fee $20 member, $25 non-member

50+ TRAVEL

COLORADO WILD ANIMAL SANCTUARY

Enjoy the excitement of thoroughbred horse racing and a VIP table in the air conditioned clubhouse. The horses will be running live starting at 1pm until 5-5:30pm. We will enjoy a box lunch when we arrive; also we will receive a tip sheet and a program. From the clubhouse we will have a bird’s eye view of the race track. Fee includes admission, lunch, program, tip sheet, transportation and escort. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13.

Keenesburg DATE June 14

DAY Tues

TIME 8:30am

CODE # 41470

Registration Deadline May 31 Fee $20 member, $25 non-member

ESTES PARK AERIAL TRAMWAY

Don’t miss this chance to ride the Estes Park Aerial Tramway that was designed and built by Robert Heron. The Estes Park Aerial Tramway opened to the public in July of 1955. Since then it has safely carried more than 3 million people to the summit of Prospect Mountain. Riding this tramway, you ascend 1,100 vertical feet in less than five minutes, soaring sometimes 200 feet above the mountainside. As your car glides up, the other car travels down. The tram will take you above the tree tops to the cool summit of Prospect Mountain where you can view the panoramic view of Longs Peak, the ranges of the Continental Divide, Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park Village. After our tram ride we will travel back to downtown Estes Park where you will be on your own for 2-3 hours to grab lunch and do a little shopping. Fee includes tram ride, escort and transportation. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13.

Estes Park DATE June 21

DAY Tues

TIME 8:30am

Registration Deadline June 7 Fee $20 member, $25 non-member

CODE # 41468

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NEW

"BORN TO BE WILD" IN 3D & DENVER MUSEUM OF NATURE & SCIENCE

Travel to Denver to see the museum and watch “Born To Be Wild” on the gigantic IMAX screen! Stunningly captured in 3D, "Born to Be Wild" is a heartwarming adventure transporting moviegoers into the lush rainforests of Borneo with world-renowned primatologist Dr. Birute Galikas, and across the rugged Kenyan savannah with celebrated elephant authority Dame Daphne Sheldrick, as they and their team rescue, rehabilitate and return these incredible animals back to the wild. Narrated by Academy-Award winner Morgan Freeman. After the show we will be spending some time wandering around the museum. Lunch will be at your own cost at the café in the museum. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13. **PLEASE NOTE YOU MUST BRING $11 EXACT CHANGE!

Denver DATE June 30

DAY TIME Thurs 9am

Registration Deadline June 16 Fee $10 member, $15 non-member

CODE # 41471

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50+ TRAVEL

50+ TRAVEL

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NEW

CUSSLER MUSEUM

Don’t miss this chance to visit the one and only Cussler Museum. The Cussler Museum is dedicated to the preservation of astounding rare and vintage automobiles from all over the world. This extensive collection of over 100 significant automobiles, ranging in years from 1906 to 1965, was started by renowned best selling author Clive Cussler. After our visit we will stop for lunch at your own expense. Fee includes museum admission, escort and transportation. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13.

Arvada DATE June 28

DAY Tues

TIME 8:30am

CODE # 41482

Registration Deadline June 14 Fee $15 member, $20 non-member

ICE CREAM DAY IN BOULDER

We will start the day off at the Boulder Ice Cream Factory with a wonderful tour that will include a sneak peak on how ice cream is made, free tasting and time at their “Colorado Natural Products” gift shop. After the tour we will head to Pearl Street for lunch on your own and have some time to wander around the shops. Finally we will end the day at Glacier Ice Cream and Gelato with a full tour and a sample of some more yummy ice cream and gelato. Don’t miss this chance to cool down on a nice summer day! Fee includes transportation, tour fees and escort. Lunch cost is on your own. Ages 50+. Min-10, Max-13.

Boulder DATE July 13

TIME 9am

CODE # 41477

Registration Deadline June 29 Fee $15 member, $20 non-member

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NEW

RAMBLER RANCH

Don’t miss this chance to visit this outstanding Money Museum just opened in 2011. We will take a peek at what $30,000,000 looks like up close and personal! Ever wonder what happens to worn and soiled currency? Come to the Money Museum and see! While there we will take a walk through American history by viewing real currency dating back to 1775. Discover the differences between State, Demand and National bank notes. You can even see a $100,000 bill! Fee includes transportation, escort and admission. We will be stopping for lunch on our way back to Greeley which will be at your own cost. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13.

Come with us to visit Terry’s private museum located near Denver, Colorado. Terry started his collection about 18 years ago with his Dad’s 54 Ambassador. Terry’s ranch has about 600 cars, mostly Nash, Rambler & AMC, but also a few X brand cars. This museum is a car lover's dream to visit. In addition to all of the Nash, AMC and X-brand cars, there are thousands of different types of car memorabilia to see. There are several buildings on the grounds so please plan on doing a lot of walking. The museum is not open to the public, so don’t miss this chance to get a sneak peek at this awesome collection. After visiting the ranch we will be having lunch at Grill on the Hill at your own cost. Fee includes admission, transportation and escort. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13.

Denver

Near Denver

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NEW

THE MONEY MUSEUM

DATE July 8

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DAY Wed

DAY Fri

TIME 8am

Registration Deadline June 24 Fee $15 member, $20 non-member

CODE # 41472

DATE July 19

DAY Tues

TIME 8:30am

Registration Deadline July 5 Fee $20 member, $25 non-member

CODE # 41475


50+ TRAVEL BRADFORD WASHBURN AMERICAN MOUNTAINEERING MUSEUM

GRAND LAKE BOAT TOUR

Travel through the Rocky Mountain National Park to Grand Lake. We will enjoy a nice boat tour of the lake. After our wonderful tour we will be having lunch in Grand Lake downtown with a little time to wander. Don’t miss this chance to spend a wonderful day in our beautiful Colorado mountains! Fee includes boat tour, transportation and escort. Lunch will be at your own cost. Ages 50+. Min-13, Max-13.

Grand Lake DATE July 26

DAY Tues

TIME 8am

CODE # 41476

! Opened in February 2008, this is the NEW only museum in the U.S. dedicated to the heroism, technology, culture and spirit of mountaineering. Bringing visitors into the world of mountain and rock climbing and honoring the achievements of mountaineers of America and around the world, this is a trip you don’t want to miss. The museum features interactive exhibits on climate, science, different cultures and more. Afterwards, we’ll have lunch at the Blue Canyon Bar and Grill. Fee includes transportation, tour fees and escort. Lunch cost is on your own. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13.

50+ TRAVEL

LAR POPU D N DEMA

Golden DATE Aug 2

DAY Tues

TIME 9am

CODE # 41479

Registration Deadline July 19 Fee $15 member, $20 non-member

Registration Deadline July 12 Fee $25 member, $30 non-member

"ANNIE GET YOUR GUN"

Saddle up for a Wild West adventure with Annie Oakley, a backwoods gal with a sure shot and quick wit, as she challenges dashing marksman Frank Butler to be the star of Buffalo Bill’s traveling show. Sparks fly faster than bullets as the competition and romance heat up. This Irving Berlin classic hits the bulls-eye every time. Cost includes dinner, show, transportation and escort. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13.

COLORADO ROCKIES

1-2-3 strikes...you’re out!! Join us for popcorn and peanuts as we visit Coors Field to see the Colorado Rockies take on the Philadelphia Phillies. Seats will be located in the shade! Fee includes ticket, parking, escort and transportation. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13.

Carousel Dinner Theatre, Fort Collins

Denver

DATE July 28

DATE Aug 3

DAY TIME Thurs 5pm

Registration Deadline July 14 Fee $45 member, $50 non-member

CODE # 41474

DAY Wed

TIME 11am

Registration Deadline July 22 Fee $20 member, $25 non-member

CODE # 41473

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50+ TRAVEL

50+ TRAVEL

MACGREGOR RANCH IN ESTES PARK

Join us and visit Macgregorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s working ranch where they are "continuing to preserve Colorado's homesteading and ranching heritage." With roots in the 1870s, MacGregor Ranch remains a showplace of the early life among settlers and homesteaders in the early Colorado Territory. Founded in 1873 by Alexander and Clara MacGregor and left in trust by their granddaughter Muriel MacGregor, the ranch today serves as a working cattle ranch and a youth education center in the beautiful Black Canyon Creek area of Estes Park. After touring the ranch and visiting the museum on site we will be spending approximately 2 hours in downtown Estes Park where lunch will be at your own cost. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13.

Estes Park DATE Aug 9

DAY Tues

TIME 8am

CODE # 41478

Registration Deadline July 26 Fee $15 member, $20 non-member

WASHING MACHINE MUSEUM

You have to see to believe! Owner Lee Maxwell takes you on a tour of the museum which has 1,000 washing machines on display, like a goat powered machine. Lunch will be at your own cost at the Eaton Country Club. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13.

Eaton DATE Aug 12

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DAY Fri

TIME 9:30am

Registration Deadline July 29 Fee $10 member, $15 non-member

CODE # 41481

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NEW

DISCOVER NORTH WESTERN COLORADO

Come and explore the Northwest corner of Colorado with us. We will be spending a few days in Steamboat Springs as well as a few days in Glenwood Springs. FUN, FUN, FUN, will be the goal of the week. We will have lots of room in the van to bring home treasures and keepsakes from our travels! This will be a four night/five day vacation to Steamboat and Glenwood Springs. Cost of trip includes hotel, transportation, escort and fee for tours. You canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t find any other vacations for this price that will be this interesting and FUN!! Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13. Contact Tiffany at 350.9436 for itinerary.

Steamboat/Glenwood Springs All rooms will be non-smoking. DATE Aug 22-26

DAY M-F

TIME 8am

CODE # 41483

Registration Deadline Aug 8 Fee Singles -$750 member, $775 non-member Doubles - $725 member, $750 non-member Triples - $700 member, $725 non-member Quads - $675 member, $700 non-member


50+ TRAVEL SENIOR GROUP EXTENDED TRAVEL

We’ll do the driving, you enjoy wonderful food and laughs with good friends. Please note the cost of the meal is on your own!

MARRAKECH GRILL

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NEW

Travel with us to the mystical world of the Middle East. Enjoy fresh ingredients, tasty food and a very clean, pleasant atmosphere. Fee includes transportation and escort; meal cost is on your own. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13.

50+ TRAVEL

GABBIE GOURMET

The Greeley Senior Center is excited to network with Celestial Active Travelers and Great Time Tours to offer senior group extended travel throughout the year. For a list of tours currently being offered or for daily itineraries, please contact Carrie Fehringer at 970.350.9438 or carrie.fehringer@greeleygov.com. Participants are responsible for registering directly with the tour company and for their own transportation to tour pick-up sites or to the airport. Mention the Greeley Senior Center when you book your trip and our center will receive a rebate.

Denver DATE June 16

DAY Thurs

TIME 10am

CODE # 41484

Registration Deadline June 2 Fee $10 member, $15 non-member

COUNTRY STEAK-OUT

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NEW

Country Steak-Out has been in existence for 18 years. The building used to be part of an old lumber yard and was moved from downtown Fort Morgan to its current location. This gives the feel of eccentricity and authenticity, which makes this restaurant “one of a kind.” Fee includes transportation and escort; meal cost is on your own. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13.

Fort Morgan DATE July 21

DAY Thurs

TIME 4pm

CODE # 41485

Registration Deadline July 7 Fee $10 member, $15 non-member

LUNCH AT THE HUCKLEBERRY

Located in a historic building dating back to 1894, this restaurant on Main Street in Louisville is a gem. The Huckleberry has taken American classics and added a hint of culinary sophistication to appeal to a wide variety of discerning palates. Fee includes transportation and escort; meal cost is on your own. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13.

Louisville DATE Aug 18

DAY Thurs

TIME 10am

Registration Deadline Aug 4 Fee $10 member, $15 non-member

CODE # 41486

PIKE'S PEAK COG RAILWAY

Join us to ride this cog train that has been running for 117 years. The Manitou and Pike's Peak Railway (the world's highest cog train, the highest Colorado train AND the highest train in the United States) takes passengers to the 14,110 foot summit of Pikes Peak. The Pike's Peak Cog Railway is 8.9 miles long. The round trip lasts 3 hours and 10 minutes. The first third of our trip will be along Ruxton Creek in Englemann Canyon. Here the steep track follows a cascading stream through dense stands of Englemann spruce, Colorado blue spruce as well as Ponderosa pine trees. The track is built next to the stream and there are boulder fields on both sides of the train. Conductors like to point out the various "faces" and shapes which, with a bit of imagination, can be seen in the giant boulders. We will enjoy a box lunch during the cog ride. Fee will include cog train ride, box lunch, transportation and escort. Ages 50+. Min-8, Max-13.

Colorado Springs DATE Aug 30

DAY Tues

TIME 7:30am

Registration Deadline Aug 9 Fee $55 member, $60 non-member

CODE # 41480

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Low Income Reduced Rates Reduced rates for Rec facilities, and programs are offered by the City of Greeley for Greeley residents only. Individuals and families can qualify for the reduced rates by calling 350.9406. Senior Center Registration Cancellation & Refunds: 1. All refunds must be requested within three days of the completion of the program. 2. Programs in which certification is obtained will not be eligible for refunds, i.e. CPR.

REGISTRATION FORM

Refund Policy Unless otherwise indicated in the program description in this catalog, the following refund policy applies:

1. After initial registration, a refund request is required in writing three (3) working days prior to the start of any class or program and is subject to a $4 service charge. 2. Two (2) days prior to the start date and through the first week or session, 50% of the registration fee is refundable. No refunds will be allowed after the first week or session unless circumstances, stated in writing, warrant consideration. 3. Full refunds will be given when the Department of Leisure Services cancels a class or program. Please note: Minimum participation numbers must be met or programs and classes may be cancelled. 4. For accountability purposes, no cash refunds can be made. Please allow up to two weeks for processing of your refund. 5. There are no refunds on annual memberships or swim passes. 6. There are no refunds for adult sports once league play starts. 7. There are no refunds for online registration convenience fees. • Gift Certificates are available for all programs & memberships! • Visit our website at www.greeleygov.com/REC

REGISTRATION FORM

Residency Requirements The City of Greeley Department of Leisure Services has established fees for residents and non-residents. Greeley residency is defined as living within the city limits of Greeley. P.O. Box numbers will be considered non-resident.

• Register online at http://online.activecommunities.com/greeley • Must obtain Login ID & PIN at least 48 hours in advance.

Greeley Recreation Center: 651 10th Ave • Greeley, CO • 80631 • 970.350.9400 • Fax 970.350.9463 Family FunPlex: 1501 65th Ave • Greeley, CO • 80631 • 970.350.9401 • Fax 970.336.4043 Greeley Ice Haus: 900 8th Ave • Greeley, CO • 80631 • 970.350.9402 • Fax 970.336.4202

Mail In • Walk In • Fax In • Online Responsible Party: _______________________________________________________ Last Name: _________________ First Name: _______________ Day Phone: _______________ Other: _______________ Address: ____________________________ City: _______________ Zip: _________ Emergency Phone: _______________ Participant's Full Name

Birthdate

Program Title

Class #

IF YOU HAVE ANY SPECIAL NEEDS THAT WOULD REQUIRE ASSISTANCE TO ENABLE YOU TO PARTICIPATE IN A PROGRAM, PLEASE INFORM THE DEPARTMENT OF LEISURE SERVICES AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. I understand that while I participate in this class/program I do so at my own risk. I also agree and do hereby release and forever discharge the City of Greeley, Department of Leisure Services thereof and its officers, agents or employees from or in any manner arising out of injury or damage which the above registered person(s) may sustain in the aforementioned program(s). I have read and fully understand the refund policies as established by the Greeley Parks and Leisure Services Departments and do hereby agree to abide by those policies. PHOTO PERMISSION: I, the participating individual or the parent of the participant, do hereby grant permission for pictures to be used in publicity or brochures related to the Greeley Parks and Leisure Services Departments. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Participant's Signature (Guardian if under 18) Date

Start Date

Day

Time

Check one: Card #: ____________________________________ Expiration Date: ___________________________ ___________________________________________ Cardholder Signature

For Office Use Only: Code: B Cash ____ Check ____ Charge ____

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INDEX

INDEX

Adult Programs

Aerobics/Fitness Archery Climbing Dance Guitar Lesson Heart Saver CPR Hunter Ed Martial Arts Outdoor Adventures Pistol Classes & Range Pottery Singing

Adult Sports Basketball Boxing Dodgeball Flag Football Hockey Inline Hockey RMSG Softball Tennis Volleyball

Aquatics

Aqua Aerobics Dive Club C.A.R.A. Swim Team Lifeguard Training Pool Rates & Hours Swim Lessons

28-33 38 40-41 63-64 67 65 38 63 42-43 37 66 65 68 70 69 70 36 69 79 68 69 68 33 24 24 24 22 25-27

Birthday Parties 4, 5, 7, 66 Fitness Classes

Aerobic Kickboxing Bootcamp Aqua Aerobics Cardio Step Fast Track to Fitness Fitness and Wellness Functional Fitness Interval Conditioning Masters Swimming Personal Training Info Senior Fitness Spinning Tai Chi Chaun Water Walking Weight Room Info Weight Training Yoga Classes Zumba

Family FunPlex

88

29 28 33 33 30 28 28 29 30 28 76-80 32 29 76 28 30 31 29

4

General Info

3

Golf Courses

10-12

Ice Haus

5

Snooker Softball Table Tennis Volleyball

78 80 78 80

Kid Kare

4, 7

50+ Travel

81-85 15-21

Museums

19

Special Events

Park Rentals

46

Tointon Art Gallery

17

Recreation Center

7

Wedding Rentals

20

Registration Form

87

Youth Assistance

14

Rodarte Center Rodarte Seniors Senior Activity Center

General Information Memberships Member Orientation Parking Permits Shareholder's Luncheon Unique Boutique

50+ Programs

Art Classes Bingo Book Club Bridge Card Extravaganza Ceramics Computer Classes Computer Users Group Cribbage Dancing Fitness Foot Care Gabbie Gourmet L.A.A.M. Nutrition Pinochle Pitch Safe Driving Scrabble SilverSneakers® Wellness

50+ Sports

Badminton Basketball Billiards Pickleball Pool Tournaments Racquetball RMSG Shuffleboard

8 71 6 6 71 6 71 6 72-73 74 73 74 74 73 71 71 74 75 76-80 77 85 71 72 74 74 73 74 77 76-77 79 80 78 79 78 80 79 78

Youth Enrichment

9

Youth Programs

Acting classes 61 Amazing Athletes 54 Archery 38 Cheerleading 57 Climbing 40-41 Dance Programs 56-57, 61-62 Drums 67 FFAR Program 57 Guitar 67 Hip Hop 57 Hunter Ed 38 Junior Jazzercise 55 Kidz Explore Program 58-59 Lil’ Dancers 56 Outdoor Adventures 42-43 Pottery 66 Rhythm & Rhyme Tyme 53 Singing 60-61 Safe Sitter 53 Summer Camps 35, 51-52 Tae Kwon Do 54 Tumbllenium 56

Youth Sports

Amazing Athletes Basketball Boxing C.A.R.A Track Football Hockey Ice Skating Skate School Soccer Lifeguard Training Swim Lessons Tennis UNC Sports Camps Volleyball

54 48 48 48 50 35 34-35 34 50 24 25-27 49 51

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