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The Manassas Park

MOSAIC A Directory of Programs and Activities: Spring 2017 City of Manassas Park: Department of Parks and Recreation

WHAT’S INSIDE:

PRESCHOOL AND YOUTH PROGRAMS

Preschool • Swim Lessons • Simply Science • Athletics

TEEN PROGRAMS

Dodgeball • Breakdancing • Journaling • Full Circut Workout

ADULT & SENIOR PROGRAMS

Pickleball • American Sign Language • Wood Burning • Puzzle Mania www.ManassasParkCommunityCenter.com • 703.335.8872

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table of

contents About Us..................................................................4 Facility Rentals........................................................5 Parks and Facilities.................................................6 Membership Rates...................................................8 Fitness and Personal Training...............................10 Swim Lessons........................................................12 Aquatic Information...............................................15 Preschool Programs..............................................16 School Age Programs............................................18 Teen Programs.......................................................21 Adult Programs......................................................24 Senior Programs....................................................30 Therapeutic Programs...........................................32 Program Index........................................................33 Special Events........................................................33

have a question? Contact us at: DPR@manassasparkva.gov 703.335.8872

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have a question?

Visit us at: 99 Adams Street Manassas Park, VA 20111

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hours of operation Community Center Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 9:00pm* Saturday: 7:00am – 7:00pm* Sunday: 10:00am – 6:00pm* Administrative Office Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:30am – 5:00pm ALL PARKS OPEN DAILY DAWN UNTIL DUSK. *Pools will close 1/2 hour prior to building closing.

who we are The Department of Parks and Recreation is committed to the provision of quality leisure services for the residents of Manassas Park. It is our mission to provide a variety of high quality, diverse leisure opportunities, foster our city’s parks and natural resources, and support the individual growth and well being of our citizens. As we continue Shaping the Future®, we welcome and encourage citizens to contact the Business Office at 703.335.8872 with suggestions or submit your comments online at www.manassasparkcommunitycenter.com. As always, thank you for your continued support of the Parks and Recreation Department.


dignitaries &

our

staff community partners

MAYOR

The Honorable Jeanette Rishell

VICE MAYOR

The Honorable Suhas Naddoni

GOVERNING BODY Preston Banks Michael Carrera Hector Cendejas Miriam Machado Donald Shuemaker

ACTING CITY MANAGER Chief John Evans

PARKS AND RECREATION DIRECTOR Jay Swisher

OPERATIONS/AQUATICS MANAGER Sarah Barnett

RECREATION SUPERVISOR Tony Thomas

SENIOR RECREATION SPECIALIST Sue Jurjevic

RECREATION SPECIALISTS Mike Arrington Bethiah Shuemaker Jacquelyn Tyre-Perry

LEAD PRESCHOOL TEACHER Arely Angel

PARK MANAGERS AJ Tibbs DC Webb

MAINTENANCE SUPERVISORS Randy Breeden Cody Starr

HEAD CUSTODIAN Maritza Hernandez

CUSTOMER SERVICE SUPERVISOR Amelia Powell

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS

The Manassas Park Community Center, designed as a full-service site, is more than just an active recreation facility. Planned with a 50-year mandate, the Community Center serves as a physical resource and functioning contributor to the delivery of human services to the community. We are proud of our community partners: ACTS (Action in Community Through Service) Alcoholics Anonymous The ARC of Greater Prince William County Calvary Counseling Center The Child Protective Partnership (CCP) Center for the Arts Disabilities Service Board FAPT (Family Action Planning Team) George Mason University GRIT (Gang Resistance and Intervention Team) House of Mercy Insight Manassas Park City Schools Manassas Park Social Services The Prevention Alliance Prince William Chamber of Commerce Prince William County Community Services Prince William County Department of Juvenile Justice Prince William County HeadStart Prince William County Health District SERVE (Securing Emergency Resources Through Volunteer Efforts) SSI Career Resource Center Team Quest Virginia Cooperative Extension Voluntary Action Center

Through these partnerships the Department of Parks and Recreation is strategically positioned to offer community access to services they may not otherwise be able to obtain.

Joel McCaw Annette Starr

MARKETING MANAGER Jason Shriner

99 Adams Street Manassas Park, VA 20111 – 2395 PH: 703.335.8872 www.ManassasParkCommunityCenter.com

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about

us

Welcome to the City of Manassas Park Department of Parks and Recreation. The Department of Parks and Recreation is committed to the provision of quality leisure services for the residents of Manassas Park. Over the years, through the many changes the City has endured, the Department of Parks and Recreation has responded to the growing needs of the community by continuing to support the Governing Body’s vision to be the “Premier Northern Virginia Community to live, work, and raise a family”. POLICIES Registration Registration is on a “first come, first serve basis.” You will only be notified if the class/program is cancelled. Late registrations may be accepted if space is available with no reduction in fee. We encourage registering online at www.ManassasParkCommunityCenter.com. Forms & Fees Each class/program must be accompanied by payment. You may register and pay for classes online at www.manassasparkcommunitycenter.com or in person at the Community Center located at 99 Adams Street, Manassas Park, VA 20111. Checks are to be made payable to “City of Manassas Park.” There is a $50 returned check fee for any check returned by the bank. Cancellations The Department of Parks and Recreation reserves the right to cancel any class/ program which does not meet the minimum enrollment. All programs with insufficient enrollment will be cancelled 5 days prior to the program start date. PLEASE REGISTER EARLY! Non-City Residents Most of the fee based classes/programs are available to non-city residents at an additional fee. Please see the individual class/program for additional information. Inclement Weather In the event of inclement weather the Department of Parks and Recreation will follow the Local Government cancellation schedule. If classes/programs are cancelled, every attempt will be made to re-schedule the class/program.

Parks and Recreation

committees The Department of Parks and Recreation is seeking citizens of all backgrounds and interests to help guide our services. Member representation is on a volunteer basis, so if you are interested, we would love to hear from you!

Health and Wellness Committee Charged with raising awareness and addressing wellness issues, we are seeking dynamic citizens to help us achieve these goals. Help us work to combat childhood obesity, promote healthy living, and encourage active aging on a citywide scale. Special Events Committee This committee assists staff in the planning, marketing, fundraising, coordination, and implementation of the 29 special events hosted by the Department of Parks and Recreation. Membership Committee Committed to customer service excellence, this committee is focused on Community Center membership specials, promotions, hospitalities, member retention, and appreciation through events and programs. Your participation on this committee will assist us in keeping customer satisfaction our number one priority.

Participation The City of Manassas Park, Department of Parks and Recreation, classes/ programs/events/facilities are open to all individuals regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, or disability. Every reasonable effort will be made to provide accommodations based on individual need. Please contact the Recreation Services Supervisor prior to the program start date for any additional assistance. If assistance is required for the hearing impaired please call Virginia Relay Center at 1.800.828.1140. *The MOSAIC is a supplementary document of the Department’s online directory and registration process for our programs, which you can visit at www.ManassasParkCommunityCenter.com. All times and programs are subject to change. Visit us online for more the most current information.

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facility

rentals As you begin planning your meeting or special event, we hope that you consider the Manassas Park Community Center to transform your vision into a reality. Whether it is a business conference, birthday party, holiday gathering, or wedding; Our facility offers the kind of versatility that makes it possible for you and your guests to have a successful and memorable occasion. All meeting spaces feature high-speed Internet access and the most up-to-date audiovisual amenities.

The possibilities are endless

From a beautifully appointed banquet hall to a state-of-the-art grand kitchen for catering; the Community Center offers the finest amenities to residents and non-residents alike. The City of Manassas Park Department of Parks and Recreation also works with a variety of local businesses that can assist you in handling the largest to the smallest of details for your function. We can provide you with a list of Preferred Vendors to fulfill your needs. Your special occasion is our special occasion. Contact Amelia Powell, your personal concierge for the venue with endless possibilities today at A.Powell@manassasparkva.gov.

TYPES OF EVENTS • Birthday Parties • Corporate Events • Special Events • Catering • Picnics • Wedding Receptions • Anniversary Parties • Quinceañeras • Baby Showers • Engagement Parties • Cultural Events • Athletic Events • Ceremonies • Retreats • Luncheons • Conventions

Banquet Hall Accommodations

Conference Room Accommodations

3,480 Sq. Ft. 71’ x 49’ Seating for up to 230

Seating for 16 – 23

Half Banquet Hall Seating for up to 115

½ gym (full court) 500 people ¼ gym (half court) 250 People

Gymnasium Accommodations Whole gym 1000 people

*Caterers’ Kitchen available for use with Banquet Hall Facilities. *Pre-function and patio areas available for the Banquet Hall Facilities.

*Bleachers are available with whole and ½ gym rentals.

Special Events

Kitchen Accommodations

Pricing Available Upon Request

810 Sq. Ft. Features: Stove, convection ovens, warming ovens, ice machine and stainless steel tables (2) Entrances for Concurrent Events

Other Accommodations

Multi-Purpose Room Accommodations Seating for 35

*Youth groups, lock-ins, conferences & whole facility rentals.

Ample free parking Audio and visual capabilities Round tables, conference tables and chairs

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parks &

facilities PAVILIONS: LOCATION

Costello Park 99 Adams Street

Signal Hill Park

9300 Signal View Drive

INFORMATION

RENTAL INFORMATION

• Available to Manassas Park Residents only. Charcoal grill on site. No outside grills allowed. No alcohol. • There are no tables or chairs at this site • Accessible Playground • Restrooms available during MPCC operating hours • Moon bounces are not allowed

• Refundable Deposit: $50.00

• 14 Picnic tables- Seats up to 112 • Charcoal grills on site • No alcohol, outside grills, fish fryers • Moon bounces are not allowed

• Refundable Deposit: $50.00 • Hourly Fee: $45

• Must show proof of residency *Rates subject to change

*Rates subject to change

AMENITIES: LOCATION

INFORMATION

Costello Park

• 2 Softball Fields and 5 Baseball Fields • 1 Miracle Field • 2 Tee-ball Fields • 2 Playgrounds

Signal Hill Park

• 1 Softball Field and 4 Multi-use Fields • 2 Basketball Courts • 2 Tennis Courts • Playground • Walking trails

99 Adams Street

9300 Signal View Drive

FIELD RENTAL INFORMATION Practices/Scrimmages

Games/Tournaments/Clinics

• Field Usage Fee • Field Usage Fee $50/season $50/use • Price Structure • Price Structure $25/hour $200/half day $300/full day Half day is up to 4 hours Full day is over 4 hours All field rentals subject to availability seasonally. Rates subject to change.

POND AREA: LOCATION

Signal Hill Park

9300 Signal View Drive

INFORMATION

RENTAL INFORMATION

• 2 charcoal grills on site • No alcohol • No outside grills allowed • No moon bounces or tents allowed

• 4 Picnic tables on site • Deposit: $50.00 • Hourly Fee: $15.00

BLOCK PARKS: LOCATION

INFORMATION

Baker Street Park

Located behind 130 – 132 Baker Street Features a playground and an acre of open space

Scott Drive Park

Located behind 112 – 114 Scott Drive Features a playground and open space

Polk Street Park

Located between 145 – 151 Polk Street Features an outdoor basketball court, a playground, and generous amounts of open space

The MPCC gymnasium will be closed all day on Saturday, April 8th. On Friday, March 24th, the gymnasium and pool will be closed all day. These small parks, ranging in size from a quarter acre to one acre, are located in the residential neighborhood of the eastern area of the City and primarily service the residents local to each site. Block Parks are open year round from 7:30 a.m. until dusk. All Parks and facilities are open to the public and may be scheduled for specific use through the Parks and Recreation Department at 703.335.8872. Please note, the rental application is a request only, not a guarantee. A Facility Use Application is required for all facility reservations. Special Permits, in addition to the Field Use Application may be required for after hours events, special events, or group use. Payment, if required, must accompany a Facility Use Application. The Department does not accept tentative reservations. Cancellations must be made at least 14 days in advance for shelters and at least 48 hours in advance for other facility reservations in order to receive a refund. Applications are available at the Costello Park Business Office. All rentals are subject to availability and must be booked and paid for 7 days in advance of event. Certain restrictions may apply. Rates are on a ‘per hour’ basis, unless otherwise noted. Deposits are a one time refundable fee, restrictions may apply.

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parks &

facilities DOG PARK: LOCATION

Costello Park

INFORMATION The Manassas Park Dog Park features a large and small dog run for your pets to exercise and interact in a safe environment with other dogs. • Hours: 8am – dusk • Dogs must be current on all vaccinations. • Dogs must be leashed when entering and exiting the Dog Park. • For the safety of your dog(s) and other park visitors, choke, prong (pinch) and spike collars are strictly prohibited. If you use these types of collars, remove them before entering the park. • No children under the age of 16 are permitted unless accompanied by an adult. Children have a tendency to scream and run when excited, which can trigger a dog’s prey drive or natural instinct to chase. For this reason and for the safety of your children, we do not recommend bringing small children and infants into the dog park. • Aggressive dogs are not permitted on the premises. Dogs must be removed at the first sign of aggression. • Female dogs in heat are prohibited from entering the park. • Dog owners must be in the park and within view of their dogs at all times. • All off-leash dogs must be under voice control of their owners. • Dog owners must keep their leash in hand at all times. • Please do not bring dog food into the park. • Owner must clean up dog feces. Seal waste in the provided plastic bags before disposing in designated receptacles. • Fill any holes your dog digs. • Proof of a current rabies vaccination and license is required upon request of a police or animal control officer. Tags may serve as proof. • Failure to abide by the park rules may result in loss of privileges or owners may be ticketed. • Use of Dog Park is at owners and pets risk. *Park occasionally closed during normal hours for maintenance and special events.

HISTORICAL SITES: LOCATION

INFORMATION

The Conner House

A nationally registered historical site, this antebellum stone house, circa 1855, is located in the central region of the City, in view of City Hall. The Conner House is currently being restored and is not open to the general public.

Signal Hill Monument

A nationally registered historical landmark, 13-acre monument site is located in the western end of the City, adjacent to Signal Hill Park. Signal Hill is open year round from 7:30 am until dusk.

Camp Carondolet

A nationally registered historical landmark, this 8-acre Civil War encampment is located in the Blooms Crossing subdivision adjacent to Cougar Elementary School. A series of nature trails are available to public year round from 7:30 am until dusk.

The Georgia Cemetery

Included in the Camp Carondelet nomination is a Civil War cemetery located in the direct vicinity of Camp Carondelet in the Blooms Crossing subdivision. The Georgia Cemetery is available to the general public by permit only.

The Union Mill Trestle

A key structure in the Civil War, is located in the last few remaining acres of the once Union Mill Park near the VRE lot and Generals Ridge Golf Course. This site is not accessible to the general public.

Field Application: Athletic fields and park grounds are available for rental to registered leagues and group users. Cost for permits vary on the type of usage and the duration of the request. All spring field usage requests are accepted beginning February 1st of each calendar year for a March 15th through July 1st season. All fall field usage requests are accepted beginning July 1st of each calendar year for an August 1st – November 15th season. Note: All fields will be assigned by March 15th. Permits will be issued at time of application approval.

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community community center center

membership rates ALL ACCESS PASSPORT

Amenities Include: Hundreds of programs, Wellness Area, Pool, Gym, access to all land and water group exercise classes, kids korner, 1 fitness orientation, 1 fitness assessment, and (2) 30-minute personal training sessions. PLUS reduced rates on school age extended care, preschool, swim lessons, camps, leagues, and personal training sessions. *Some programs require an additional fee. See Customer Service Representative for details. ANNUAL RATE

Resident Household

$99/Month ($1,188 Annual)

Non-Resident Household

$129/Month ($1,548 Annual)

BASIC MEMBERSHIP

Amenities Include: Wellness Area, Pool, Gym, access to all land and water group exercise classes, kids korner, 1 fitness orientation, 1 fitness assessment, and (2) 30-minute personal training sessions. Plus reduced rates on most programs. ANNUAL RATE

6-MONTH RATE

$35/Month ($420 Annual)

$38.33/Month ($230 6-months)

$45.50/Month ($546 Annual)

$48.83/Month ($293 6-months)

$55/Month ($660 Annual)

$58.33/ Month ($350 6-months)

Non-Resident Dual (2 adults or 1 adult & 1 dependent)

$71.50/Month ($858 Annual)

$74.83/Month ($449 6-months)

Resident Family (1 adult & 4 household members)

$75/Month ($900 Annual)

$78.33/Month ($470 6-months)

Non-Resident Family (1 adult & 4 household members)

$97.50/Month ($1,170 Annual)

$100.83/Month ($605 6-months)

Resident Single Adult (ages 18-54) Non-Resident Single Adult (ages 18-54) Resident Dual (2 adults or 1 adult & 1 dependent)

CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP

Amenities Include: All of the benefits of the Basic Membership ANNUAL RATE

PAID IN FULL RATE

Corporate Business (5 Employee minimum)

$30/Month ($360 Annual)

$324 (10% Discount)

Manassas Park Business (5 Employee minimum)

$28.50/Month ($342 Annual)

$308 (10% Discount)

Corporate Business (10 Employee minimum)

$26/Month ($312 Annual)

$281 (10% Discount)

Manassas Park Business (10 Employee minimum)

$24.50/Month ($294 Annual)

$267 (10% Discount)

Corporate Business (15 Employee minimum)

$22/Month ($264 Annual)

$238 (10% Discount)

Manassas Park Business (15 Employee minimum)

$21/Month ($252 Annual)

$226 (10% Discount)

Corporate Business (20 Employee minimum)

$19/Month ($228 Annual)

$205 (10% Discount)

Manassas Park Business (20 Employee minimum)

$18/Month ($216 Annual)

$195 (10% Discount)

3 MONTH MEMBERSHIP*

Amenities Include: All of the benefits of the Basic Membership 3 MONTH RATE All Residents and Non-Residents

$150

* Membership must be paid in full.

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community center

membership rates TEEN PASSPORT

Amenities Include: All of the benefits of the Basic Membership as well as access to all of the Teen Programs MONTHLY RATE All Teens (ages 12-17)

$20/Month

Individuals with a valid high school ID are eligible for the Teen Passport. To use the Wellness Center, all teens under 16 must complete a weight class. Sections of the Wellness Center are limited to 18 years of age and older. College students are not eligible for this program/membership.

ACTIVE ADULT MEMBERSHIPS

Amenities Include: All of the benefits of the Basic Membership as well as access to all Senior Programs 6-MONTH RATE

ANNUAL RATE Active Adult (ages 55-64)

$15/Month ($90 6-months)

$15/Month ($180 Annual)

Senior Passport (ages 65+)

$30/Year

MANASSAS PARK BUDDY CLUB

Amenities Include: All of the benefits of the Basic Membership and Buddy Club Programs MONTHLY RATE Buddies (ages 17+)

$20/Month

This program is designed to meet the needs of individuals with developmental/cognitive disabilities. If you have any questions about the program and the level of functioning needed, please contact us for more information at 703.335.8872.

DAILY ADMISSION RATES Hours of Operation Youth (2 - 11) Teen (12 - 15) Adult (16+) Active Adult (55-64) Senior (65+) Spectator

Resident $3.00 $2.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 $2.00

Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday

Non-Resident $5.00 $2.00 $5.00 $3.00 $2.00 $2.00

Pool Hours

8am - 9pm Monday-Friday 8am-8:30pm 7am - 7pm Saturday 7am-6:30pm 10am - 6pm Sunday 10am-5:30pm

Scholarship opportunities available to assist in the cost of programming

SIGNAL BAY WATERPARK SEASON PASS RATES - AVAILABLE 12/15-7/16

Amenities Include: Season access to Signal Bay Waterpark. Waterpark features a zero depth entry leisure pool with water cannons, slides, and a lazy river. Showers are made available for citizen convenience. Waterpark is open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Open weekends only Memorial Day through June 16th from 11:30am-7:30pm. BEFORE 4/15

Individuals (Ages 12+) Dual Family of 4 Each Additional

AFTER 4/15

$45 $75 $134 $35

$70 $115 $200 $55

SIGNAL BAY WATERPARK DAILY RATES OVER 43”

UNDER 43”

SENIORS

INFANTS UNDER 12 MOS

Monday - Thursday 11:30a-5p

$8.00

$7.00

$5.00

FREE

Monday-Thursday After 5p

$6.50

$6.00

$3.75

FREE

Friday-Sunday 11:30a-7:30p

$8.00

$7.00

$5.00

FREE

• Resident is an individual/ family that lives within the City Limits of Manassas Park or pays property taxes to the City. • Corporate is a business that resides within the City limits of Manassas Park, holds a Manassas Park business license, or has verifiable employment within the City limits. • Non-Resident is an individual that does not reside or work within the City limits of Manassas Park.

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group excercise classes Aqua Zumba®

Water Walking

If you enjoy ZUMBA®, you will be sure to enjoy Zumba in the water. Zumba utilizes the principles of fitness interval training/resistance training to maximize caloric output, fat burning, and total body toning. It provides a mixture of body sculpting movements with easy to follow dance steps. You do not need to be a swimmer to take this class.

Like any water aerobic exercise, water walking is easy on the joints. The water’s buoyancy supports the body’s weight, which reduces stress on the joints and minimizes pain. Water provides 12 times the resistance of air, so as you walk, you’re really strengthening and building muscle.

Beginner Yoga Beginner’s Yoga will cover the fundamentals of yoga poses and breathing techniques. This class will also focus on strength and flexibility as well as breathe awareness and relaxation.

Boot Camp Boot Camp is designed for those desiring to increase cardiovascular fitness and increase muscular strength more efficiently. Boot Camp is for the beginner to the advanced enthusiast. Workout in a TEAM environment while challenging yourselves with others to reach your personal fitness goals.

Buddy Yoga Buddy Yoga will focus on the foundations of yoga while providing plenty of modifications for our physically challenged or intellectually disabled adults. *Included in Buddy Club Membership. Drop in rates apply for non-members.

Kickboxing This exciting, fast paced, upbeat class is a fusion of boxing, martial arts, and aerobics, all performed rhythmically to music. Kickboxing provides an intense total body workout by combining elements of strength training, cardiovascular training, martial arts, and boxing. This class is a functional alternative to traditional ‘aerobics’ classes that will improve coordination, balance, and flexibility, while simultaneously burning calories and helping to build lean muscle mass.

Restorative Aquafit Gentle movements will help increase flexibility, range of motion, and strength.

Senior Strength and Stretch Designed to help seniors improve their cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength, senior stregth and stretch offers a variety of aerobic and anaerobic exercises utilizing medicine balls, dumbbells, exercise bands, and stability balls will be incorporated into this functional, exciting, and low impact class.

Senior Yoga This gentle yoga class is for individuals 55 years of age and up. Senior yoga will help to increase mobility, inspire tranquility, and promote an overall sense of well being.

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Zumba® ZUMBA® is a program that fuses Latin and International music and dance themes that create a dynamic, exciting, effective fitness system! The routines feature aerobic/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that help to tone and sculpt the body. It provides a mixture of body sculpting movements with easy to follow dance steps.

personal

training Our experienced and qualified Personal Trainers meet your fitness needs and maximize your fitness potential! Our advanced trainers provide a variety of exciting and diverse fitness programs that ensure client safety, improve individual fitness levels, increase stamina, and enhance your overall sense of well-being. We offer a variety of Individual, partner and group rates. For pricing and information, see front desk.

Fitness Orientation It’s included in all memberships! Meet privately with one of our certified personal trainers to discuss your overall fitness goals!

Fitness Assessment It’s included in all memberships! You will meet privately with one of our certified personal trainers and receive a thorough fitness assessment!

Teen Weight Training Included in Teen Passport. Instructs teens on how to properly use the strength and cardiovascular equipment within the fitness center.

Sport Specific Speed & Performance Training This class is designed for individuals, small groups, or teams who are interested in increasing their overall performance on the athletic field through the use of speed and strength training drills and concepts. Get a leg up on the competition by enhancing your overall performance level in the off-season. Cost: $330/person, $825/small group (2 – 4), $1,200/team (5+) Duration: Six one hour sessions (one session per week)

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Pool Pool Aerobics Studio Aerobics Studio Aerobics Studio Pool

Pool

MPCC Pool

Aqua Zumba AM

Aqua Zumba PM

Beginner Yoga

Senior Yoga

Buddy Yoga

Restorative Aquafit

Aquasize

Water Walking

6:30pm-7:20pm

6:30pm-7:20pm

9:00am-9:50am beginning 3/6

9:30am-10:20am

6:30pm-7:20pm

6:30pm-7:20pm

9:00am-9:50am

7:30pm-8:20pm

7:30pm-8:20pm

6:30pm-7:20pm

TUESDAY

6:30pm-7:20pm

6:30pm-7:20pm

10:30am-11:20am

9:00am-10:00am

9:30am-10:20am

7:30pm-8:20pm*

*MEMBERS ONLY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

10:30am-11:20am

8:30am-9:20am

9:30am-10:20am

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

Classes are subject to change. Notification will be made prior to class time in the event that a class is cancelled.

6:30pm-7:20pm

9:00am-9:50am beginning 3/6

9:30am-10:20am

6pm-6:50pm

10:15am-11:00am

7pm-7:50pm

WEDNESDAY

Classes are subject to change. Check group exercixe schedule on website for cancellations.

6/23-8/16

Signal Bay Waterpark

Aerobics Studio

Senior Strength & Stretch

Water Walking

11:15am- 11:45am

Aerobics Studio

Kickboxing

Now-6/15

10:15am-11:00am

Aerobics Studio

7:30pm-8:20pm

Boot Camp

6:30pm-7:20pm

MONDAY

Aerobics Studio

LOCATION

Zumba

CLASSES

GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES - FREE WITH BASIC MEMBERSHIP AND ALL ACCESS PASSPORT MEMBERSHIP NON MEMBERS CAN DROP INTO ANY CLASS FOR $4

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swim lessons Parent and Child Lessons Level 1

(Ages 6 months-3 years old) Parent in the water with child because the child is not comfortable in the water alone. 30-minute class. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR DAY Sa *No class on 4/15

TIME DATE 8:05am-8:35am 3/11-5/6*

Parent and Child Lessons Level 2 (Ages 6 months-3 years old) Parent in the water with child. The child has some experience in a pool environment and shows some comfort while in the water. 30-minute class. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR DATE Sa *No class on 4/15

TIME DATE 8:40am-9:10am 3/11-5/6*

Preschool Level 1 (Ages 3-5) Child must be able to leave parent willingly. Parents are not in the water with child. 30-minute class. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR DAY TIME DATE M/W 9:35am-10:05am 3/6-3/29 M/W 11:45am-12:15pm 3/6-3/29 M/W 6:05pm-6:35pm 3/6-3/29 Tu/Th 11:05am-11:35am 3/7-3/30 Sa 9:45am-10:15am 3/11-5/6 *No class on 4/15 M/W 9:35am-10:05am 4/3-4/26 M/W 11:45am-12:15pm 4/3-4/26 M/W 6:05pm-6:35pm 4/3-4/26 Tu/Th 11:05am-11:35am 4/4-4/27 M/W 9:35am-10:05am 5/1-5/24 M/W 11:45am-12:15pm 5/1-5/24 M/W 6:05pm-6:35pm 5/1-5/24 Tu/Th 11:05am-11:35am 5/2-5/25

M/W M-Th Tu/Th Tu/Th M-Th M/W M-Th Tu/Th Tu/Th M-Th

Preschool Level 2

DAY TIME DATE M/W 11am-11:30am 3/6-3/29 Tu/Th 12:20pm-12:50pm 3/7-3/30 Tu/Th 6:05pm-6:35pm 3/7-3/30 Sat 11:35am-12:05pm 3/11-5/6 *No class on 4/15 M/W 11am-11:30am 4/3-4/26 Tu/Th 12:20pm-12:50pm 4/4-4/27 Tu/Th 6:05pm-6:35pm 4/4-4/27 M/W 11am-11:30am 5/1-5/24 Tu/Th 12:20pm-12:50pm 5/2-5/25 Tu/Th 6:05pm-6:35pm 5/2-5/25

Parents are not in the water with child. Children should be able to demonstrate exit skills from P/S Level 1. 30-minute class. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR DAY TIME DATE M/W 10:10am-10:40am 3/6-3/29 M-Th 4:50pm-5:20pm 3/6-3/16 Tu/Th 11:45am-12:15pm 3/7-3/30 Tu/Th 6:45pm-7:15pm 3/7-3/30 Sa 11am-11:30am 3/11-5/6* *no class on 4/15 M-Th 4:50pm-5:20pm 3/20-3/30

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10:10am-10:40am 4/3-4/26 4:50pm-5:20pm 4/3-4/13 11:45am-12:15pm 4/4-4/27 6:45pm-7:15pm 4/4-4/27 4:50pm-5:20pm 4/17-4/27 10:10am-10:40am 5/1-5/24 4:50pm-5:20pm 5/1-5/11 11:45am-12:15pm 5/2-5/25 6:45pm-7:15pm 5/2-5/25 4:50pm-5:20pm 5/15-5/25

Preschool Level 3 Parents are not in the water with children. Child should be able to demonstrate exit skills from P/S Level 2. 30-minute class. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR

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swim lessons School Age Level 1

School Age Level 4

Children should be able to leave parents willingly and participate in a group setting. Introduction to water safety and basic swim skills. 30-minute class. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR

(Ages 6-12) Children must be able to demonstrate the exit skills from Level 3. 40-minute class. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR

DAY TIME DATE M-Th 4:15pm-4:45pm 3/6-3/16 M-Th 5:30pm-6pm 3/6-3/16 M/W 6:40pm-7:10pm 3/6-3/29 Sa 10:20am-10:50am 3/11-5/6* * No class on 4/15 Su 11:30am-12pm 3/12-5/7* *No class on 4/16 M-Th 4:15pm-4:45pm 3/20-3/30 M-Th 5:30pm-6pm 3/20-3/30 M-Th 4:15pm-4:45pm 4/3-4/13 M-Th 5:30pm-6pm 4/3-4/13 M/W 6:40pm-7:10pm 4/3-4/26 M-Th 4:15pm-4:45pm 4/17-4/27 M-Th 5:30pm-6pm 4/17-4/27 M-Th 4:15pm-4:45pm 5/1-5/11 M-Th 5:30pm-6pm 5/1-5/11 M/W 6:40pm-7:10pm 5/1-5/24 M-Th 4:15pm-4:45pm 5/15-5/25 M-Th 5:30pm-6pm 5/15-5/25

School Age Level 2 (Ages 6-12) Children must demonstrate exit skills from Level 1. 30-minute class. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR DAY TIME DATE M/W 7:15pm-7:45pm 3/6-3/29 Tu/Th 4:30pm-5pm 3/7-3/30 Su 12:05pm-12:35pm 3/12-5/7 * No class on 4/16 M/W 7:15pm-7:45pm 4/3-4/26 Tu/Th 4:30pm-5pm 4/4-4/27 M/W 7:15pm-7:45pm 5/1-5/24 Tu/Th 4:30pm-5pm 5/2-5/25

School Age Level 3 (Ages 6-12) Children must be able to demonstrate exit skills from Level 2. 40-minute class. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR

DAY M/W Tu/Th Sa *No class on 4/15 Su * No class 4/16 M/W Tu/Th M/W Tu/Th

TIME DATE 5:15pm-5:55pm 3/6-3/29 6pm-6:40pm 3/7-3/30 10am-10:40am 3/11-5/6* 12:45pm-1:25pm 3/12-5/7* 5:15pm-5:55pm 4/3-4/26 6pm-6:40pm 4/4-4/27 5:15pm-5:55pm 5/1-5/24 6pm-6:40pm 5/2-5/25

School Age Level 5/6 (Ages 6-12) Children must be able to demonstrate the exit skills from Level 4. 40-minute class. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR DAY TIME DATE M/W 6pm-6:40pm 3/6-3/29 Tu/Th 7:30pm-8:10pm 3/7-3/30 Sa 10:45am-11:25am 3/11-5/6* * No class on 4/15 M/W 6pm-6:40pm 4/3-4/26 Tu/Th 7:30pm-8:10pm 4/4-4/27 M/W 6pm-6:40pm 5/1-5/24 Tu/Th 7:30pm-8:10pm 5/2-5/25

Teen Beginner Swim Lessons (Ages 12-17) Never had formal swim lessons? Not comfortable in the water? Learning how to swim effectively and efficiently is an important life safety skill. Manassas Park students can take the activity bus to MPCC for lessons after school! $27/Members/Teen Passport; $45/R; $55/NR DAY TIME DATE Tu/Th 3:45pm-4:25pm 3/7-3/30 Tu/Th 3:45pm-4:25pm 4/4-4/27 Tu/Th 3:45pm-4:25pm 5/2-5/25

DAY TIME DATE M/W 7pm-7:40pm 3/6-3/29 Tu/Th 5:15pm-5:55pm 3/7-3/30 Sa 11:30am-12:10pm 3/11-5/6* * No class on 4/15 M/W 7pm-7:40pm 4/3-4/26 Tu/Th 5:15pm-5:55pm 4/4-4/27 M/W 7pm-7:40pm 5/1-5/24 Tu/Th 5:15pm-5:55pm 5/2-5/25

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swim lessons Adult Beginners (Ages 13+) Afraid of the water? Never learned how to swim? Then this is the class for you! Our swim instructor will start with the basics and go from there. 40 minutes. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR DAY Tu/Th Sa *No class on 4/15 Tu/Th Tu/Th

TIME 10:20am-11am 9:15am-9:55am

DATE 3/7-3/30 3/11-5/6

10:20am-11am 10:20am-11am

4/4-4/27 5/2-5/25

Adult Lap Class (Ages 13+) Participants should be able to swim a minimum of 25 yards (1 pool length) without assistance. You will learn proper stroke techniques and get a great workout! 40 minutes. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR DAY TIME DATE Sa 9am-9:40am 3/11-5/6* *no class on 4/15

Adapted Aquatics (Ages 5-18) This swim program is specifically for individuals with special needs to be able to learn water safety, swim techniques and to feel comfortable in the water. Each participant must have an aide (or parent) in the water with them during the lesson. Aides can be provided at no additional charge if arranged with the Aquatics Manager in advance. Contact Sarah Barnett at 703.335.8872 or s.barnett@manassasparkva.gov $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR DAY TIME DATE Sa 12:15pm-12:45pm 3/11-5/6 *No class on 4/15

American Red Cross Lifeguard Course (Ages 15 +) Students must be able to complete the prerequisites in order to complete the class. These prerequisites include: swimming 300m, treading water for 1 minute, and a timed event. All participants must attend each class, and upon completion of the class participants will be certified in American Red Cross Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED for Lifeguards, which is valid for 2 years. Students must be at least 15 years old by the last class. $200/M; $210/R; $225/NR DAY TIME DATE Sa/Su 10am-4pm March 18-26 M-Th 10am-4pm April 10-13 Sa/Su 10am-4pm May 13-21

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NSPF Certified Pool Operators Course (Ages 16+) Looking to advance your career in the Aquatics field? The National Swimming Pool Foundation’s Certified Pool Operators Course will teach you how to handle pool chemicals, balance pool water, fix most pool problems, and inspect for safety. Participants must be at least 16 years old by the last day of class. Participants must attend all classes in order to receive the certification. Upon completion of the course, participants will receive certification as an NSPF Certified Pool Operator. $225/M; $235/R; $250/NR DAY TIME DATE S/Su 9am-5pm May 20-21

American Red Cross Lifeguard/First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor Course (Ages 17+) Participants will be able to teach the American Red Cross Lifeguarding Course, Bloodborne Pathogens, Administering Emergency Oxygen, and CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Healthcare Providers upon successful completion of this course. Participants must have a Lifeguard Certification from the American Red Cross or equivalent organization, be able to complete the pre-course skills assessment, and attend and pass all course requirements. There is an online component to this course that must be completed prior to the first day of class. Contact Sarah Barnett at s.barnett@manassasparkva.gov to gain access to the online portion. $200/M; $225/R; $250/NR ($35 of cost is paid directly to the American Red Cross by the student to access the online portion.) DAY TIME DATE Tu-F 10am-4pm May 29-June 1

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aquatic information

MPCC Indoor Pool Information

Signal Bay Waterpark Information

The Manassas Park Community Center natatorium is an NCAA short course certified indoor pool consisting of eight, 25 yard lanes, a zero depth entry, and a spa. The pool temperature is maintained at a comfortable 82˚F. Kick boards, pull buoys, and life jackets for patrons are available for use while at the facility. Certain areas of the pool may not be open for public swimming due to swim lessons, group exercise classes, or league rentals.

Signal Bay Waterpark is a 27,000 sqft aquatic facility within Signal Hill Park featuring a zero depth entry leisure pool with water cannons, slides and a lazy river. Showers are made available for citizen convenience. The Waterpark is open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend and follows Manassas Park City Schools schedule. When school is in session the Waterpark is open weekends only. When school is not in session the Waterpark is open weekdays and weekends.

MPCC Pool Hours:

Join us during the 1pm and 4pm breaks for the following activities

Mon – Fri 8am – 8:30pm; Sat 7am – 6:30pm; Sun 10am – 5:30pm Mon – Thurs from 6pm – 8pm, pool is closed for swim lessons. 3/24 - Pool will be closed

Sunday

Sidewalk Chalk

Lazy River Race

Monday

Bubbles

Lazy River Race

Tuesday

Lazy River Race

Sidewalk Chalk

Wednesday

Limbo

Bubbles

Thursday

Sidewalk Chalk

Lazy River Race

Friday

Limbo

Coloring

Saturday

Lazy River Race

Sidewalk Chalk

See pg. 9 for Signal Bay passes information

Signal Bay Waterpark Birthday Party Package It is so easy to schedule your child’s birthday party at Signal Bay Waterpark! All you have to do is reserve your child’s birthday party at Signal Bay and we’ll take care of the rest! The Signal Bay Waterpark Birthday party package includes the following:

2 slices of pizza per guest

1 drink per guest

1 slice of cake per guest

2 hours reserved at the decorated picnic tables located in the Shade Structure

All day access to Signal Bay Waterpark for each paid guest

1 adult chaperone FREE per party guest (Must be at least 16 years old). Chaperones are not guaranteed pizza, cake, or drinks.

Solid colored tableware and utensils are provided

$200 for 10 guests. $17/child each additional child. Payment is due at time of reservation. Please email Sarah Barnett, s.barnett@manassasparkva.gov for additional information and/or to reserve your child’s party!

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preschool recreation programs

2016-2017 Preschool Year Registration Seniors Preschool The City of Manassas Park, Department of Parks and Recreation preschool is a licensed and Virginia Quality rated program where the curriculum emphasizes recreation within creative programs and materials that encourage participation. To participate your child must be 4 years old, and MUST be potty trained. Parent(s) provide a completed registration form, a copy of your child’s birth certificate, immunization form, and health physical form. There is a non-refundable $55 annual registration fee, and parents must attend an orientation. $114/AAP; $190/M; $200/R; $210/NR DAY TIME DATE M-F 9am-11:30am Mar M-F 9am-11:30am Apr M-F 9am-11:30am May

Juniors Preschool

General

(Participants must be potty trained)

◊WCRB Dragon Tots◊ (Ages 3-4) This martial arts early childhood development program emphasizes courtesy, discipline, and respect. Your toddler grows physically, cognitively, and socially in this fun-filled, fast-paced class. This is a white to black belt class with testing on an “as ready” basis. Additional classes are available for an additional fee. Please email wcrbkarate@aol.com for more information. $50/month (March/April/May) DAY TIME DATE M 12:30pm-12:55pm On-Going

◊Extended Learning◊ (Ages 3-5) Preschoolers will learn through play which leads to socialization, interaction, and creativity. We will learn, and we will play at the same time. $50/M; $55/R; $60/NR

The City of Manassas Park, Department of Parks and Recreation preschool is a licensed and Virginia Quality rated program where the curriculum emphasizes recreation within creative programs and materials that encourage participation. To participate your child must be 3 years old, and MUST be potty trained. Parent(s) provide a completed registration form, a copy of your child’s birth certificate, immunization form, and health physical form. There is a non-refundable $55 annual registration fee, and parents must attend an orientation. $84/AAP; $140/M; $150/R; $160/NR

DAY Tu/Th

DAY TIME DATE M/W/F 12:30pm-3pm Mar M/W/F 12:30pm-3pm Apr M/W/F 12:30pm-3pm May

DAY TIME DATE Tu/Th 4:30pm-5:20pm 3/7-5/11 *No class on 4/11 and 4/13

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TIME 11:30am-12:30pm

DATE 2/28-4/6

◊Learning Korean◊ (Ages 3-6) In this fun and interactive beginner’s class, you will learn the basics of the Korean language. You will learn the alphabet, how to count, and phrases in Korean. $65/M; $75/R; $85/NR

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preschool recreation programs

◊Gym Jam◊

◊Hot Shot Soccer◊

(Ages 3-5) Preschoolers play different games each week such as kickball, freeze tag, whiffle ball, 4 square, etc. while developing coordination and gross motor skills. $65/M; $70/R; $75/NR

(Ages 3-5) This beginner soccer class introduces skills such as ball control, passing, defense, scoring, and other fundamental skills. $65/M; $70/R; $75/NR

DAY TIME DATE M 11:30am-12:15pm 4/3-5/8

DAY TIME DATE Sa 8:30am-9am 4/22-5/27

◊Lil Kickers◊

◊Tiny Slime◊

(Ages 3-5) This beginner soccer class focuses on basic soccer fundamentals and skills such as ball control, passing, defense, and scoring. $65/M; $70/R; $75/NR

(Ages 3-5) Kids must get ready for some fun as we explore the world of science and experiments. $40/M; $45/R; $50/NR

DAY TIME DATE W 11:30am-12:15pm 4/5-5/10

DAY Tu

TIME 11:30am-12:30pm

DATE 5/2-5/23

◊Go and Grow◊

◊Tumble Tots◊ (Ages 3-5) This tumbling and gymnastics class focuses on developing core gymnastics skills through fun, progression, and learning. $65/M; $70/R; $75/NR

(Ages 3-5) We will guide your child in activities that aid in developmental growth since it is proven that being physically active is beneficial for the health and development of children. Please bring a water bottle. $40/M; $45/R; $50/NR

DAY TIME DATE Sa 8:30am-9am 4/22-5/27

DAY Th

TIME 11:30am-12:30pm

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school age recreation programs

2016-2017 Extended Care

◊WCRB Youth Mixed Martial Arts◊

Our Extended Care Program follows the licensing standards specified by the State of Virginia, Department of Social Services. The before and after school care is specifically for children Kindergarten thru 5th grade attending City of Manassas Park Schools, and transportation is provided from the schools to the Community Center. Parents are required to attend an orientation prior to beginning Extended Care. Please call for orientation dates. Parents must provide a completed registration form, copies of your child’s birth certificate, immunization form, and health physical form, and a $55 non-refundable annual registration fee. Extended care also meets on teacher work day(s) and school breaks. Some holidays are also covered by full day care from 6am-7pm. Call MPCC for punch card/drop in rates. (PM Punch Cards cover full service days.) * Must register at MPCC.

(Ages 6-13) This martial arts class emphasizes courtesy, discipline and respect as students learn several martial art forms while combining an academic excellence program for the maximization of your child’s learning experience. We will track their progress at home and grades at school with our Student ID card, notice of intent to promote, and black belt club. This is a white to black belt class with testing two to four times a year. Additional classes are available for an additional fee. Please email wcrbkarate@aol.com for more information. $50/month

After School Care

(Ages K-12) Paint a spring themed piece of pottery with Clay Café. $15/AAP; $15M; $20/R; $25/NR

SESSION TIME DATE 16 3:10pm-7pm 3/13-3/24 17 3:10pm-7pm 3/27-4/7 18 3:10pm-7pm 4/10-4/21 19 3:10pm-7pm 4/24-5/5 20 3:10pm-7pm 5/8-5/19 21 3:10pm-7pm 5/22-6/2 22 3:10pm-7pm 6/5-6/16

DAY TIME DATE Sa 12pm-1pm 3/4

$87/AAP; $145/M/R

Before and After School Care $127/AAP; $205/M/R

SESSION TIME DATE 16 6am-7:30am/3:10pm-7pm 3/13-3/24 17 6am-7:30am/3:10pm-7pm 3/27-4/7 18 6am-7:30am/3:10pm-7pm 4/10-4/21 19 6am-7:30am/3:10pm-7pm 4/24-5/5 20 6am-7:30am/3:10pm-7pm 5/8-5/19 21 6am-7:30am/3:10pm-7pm 5/22-6/2 22 6am-7:30am/3:10pm-7pm 6/5-6/16

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DAY TIME DATE M 5pm-5:50pm On-Going M 6pm-6:50pm On-Going

Springtime Pottery

◊Check Mate Chess Club◊ (Ages 6-11) Learn the finer points of Chess with our highly skilled and trained US Chess Federation instructor, Mr. German Gonzalez. All skill levels are welcome. FREE/M; Drop-In Rate/NR DAY TIME DATE Sa 5:30pm – 6:30pm 3/4-5/27

◊Sew-Sew Good: Beginner Machine Sewing◊ (Ages 8-12) This 10-week class introduces new students to sewing techniques where they will complete two to three preselected projects. $40/M; $45/R; $50/NR DAY TIME DATE Sa 9am-12pm 3/4-3/25

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school age recreation programs ◊Sew-Sew Good: Intermediate Machine Sewing◊

◊Beginning Breakin’◊

(Ages 8-12) Returning students will work at a higher level of machine sewing, and complete one to two intermediate level projects. All students must bring their own machines, sewing supplies and will have a choice of several projects to choose from. Students completing projects in the beginner Machine Sewing Class may enter this class effective April 1st and will focus on completing one intermediate level project. Students will receive a supply list based on their skill level at their first class. $40/M; $45/R; $50/NR

(Ages 6-11) Instructors Jose and Alisha teach proper break dance techniques including basic toprock, footwork, power moves, freezes, and basic choreography concepts. Dancers should wear long pants, sneakers, and a beanie. A dance performance for family and friends will be performed at the end of each session. *Class ends at 6:30pm on Fridays. $35/M; $40/R; $45/NR

DAY TIME DATE Sa 1:30pm-3:30pm 3/4-4/30

◊Learning Arabic◊ (Ages 6-12) Students learn basic reading, writing, and grammar while conversing, singing, and playing games. Students in advanced level will expand their vocabularies and key conversational expressions. Advancement is at the discretion of the instructor. $65/M; $75/R; $85/NR LEVEL 1 DAY Tu/W

TIME 6pm-7pm

DATE 3/7-5/10

LEVEL 2 DAY TIME DATE T/W 5pm-6pm 3/7-5/10 LEVEL 3 DAY TIME DATE M/F 6pm-7pm 3/6-5/12 LEVEL 4 DAY TIME DATE M/F 5pm-6pm 3/6-5/12

DAY W/F W/F

TIME DATE *5pm–6pm 3/8–4/28 *5pm–6pm 5/10–6/30

◊Paper Crafts for Kids◊ (Ages 6-13) Make a variety of greeting cards, scrapbooks, and other paper crafts with a different a theme each month! All paper, stickers, tools, punches, and adhesives are provided. $15/M; $18/R; $20/NR DAY TIME DATE Sa 12:30pm–2:30pm 3/11 Sa 12:30pm–2:30pm 4/8 Sa 12:30pm–2:30pm 5/13

◊Lil’ Sprouts Just a Taste Cooking Class◊ (Ages 5-8) These fun, age appropriate classes are filled with hands-on activities, and teach your child health concepts through games. Your little one will be empowered to create their own special healthy snacks. Classes are one hour long and themebased. $70/M; $75/R; $80/NR DAY TIME DATE M 4:30pm–5:30pm 3/13–4/17

◊Snack Attack◊ (Ages K-12) Kids learn how to make simple, tasty snacks that everyone will enjoy eating! $55/M; $60/R; $65/NR DAY TIME DATE W 6:30pm-7:30pm 3/15-3/29

◊Zumba Jr and Zumba Kids◊ (Ages 4-11) These classes get kids’ feet moving while breaking down dance steps. Using games and cultural exploration elements such as leadership, respect, team work, confidence, self-esteem, memory, creativity, coordination, and cultural awareness are developed. Let loose and have fun! FREE/M; Drop-In Rate/NR ZUMBA JR. (AGES 4-6) DAY TIME F 6:30pm – 7:15pm

DATE 3/31-5/19

ZUMBA KIDS (7-11) DAY TIME DATE F 7:30pm– 8:15pm 3/31-5/19

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school age recreation programs ◊Simply Science◊

◊Jungle Arts and Crafts◊

(Ages K-12) All-new and interactive hands-on science activities and experiments for kids who love science! $40/M; $45/R; $50/NR

(Ages 8-12) Create 3-D jungle scenes using paper, foam, fabrics, glue, tape, paint, and other supplies on canvas. While creating, students will learn about various plant shapes, climate, and wildlife in tropical jungles. Students must supply their own premounted canvas no larger than 16”x20”. Basic art supplies will be provided. $40/M; $45/R; $50/NR

DAY TIME DATE Sa 12pm-1pm 4/15-4/29

◊Lil’ Strikers Soccer◊ (Ages 5-7) This instructional class introduces the fundamental soccer skills including dribbling, passing, shooting, and goalie play. We also discuss sportsmanship and teamwork! To participate, 5 year olds must be in kindergarten. $60/M; $65/R; $70/NR DAY TIME DATE Sa 9am-10am 4/22-5/27

◊Lil’ Rumblers & Tumblers◊ (Ages 5-7) This gymnastics class introduces the basics of tumbling while focusing on developing core gymnastics skills through fun, progression, and learning. To participate, 5 year olds must be in kindergarten. $60/M; $65/R; $70/NR DAY TIME DATE Sa 10am-11am 4/22-5/27

◊Strikers Soccer◊ (Ages 8-11) This instructional soccer class introduces fundamental skills including dribbling, passing, shooting, and scoring while having fun, exercising, and learning sportsmanship and teamwork. $60/M; $65/R; $70/NR DAY TIME DATE Sa 10:15am-11:15am 4/22-5/27

◊Double Dribble Basketball◊ (Ages 5-7) This instructional class introduces the fundamental skills of basketball including dribbling, passing, shooting, defense skills, sportsmanship, and teamwork! To participate, 5 year olds must be in kindergarten. $60/M; $65/R; $70/NR DAY TIME DATE Tu 5:30pm-6:30pm 5/2-6/6

DAY TIME DATE Sa 9:30am-12:30pm 5/6-6/24

◊MPCC Shooting Clinics◊ (Ages 8-11) Coach K teaches your athlete how to get accuracy, consistency, and repeatability which are the components of great shooting! Coach K will also teach a simple approach to free throws, shooting off the dribble, and using picks and screens. $60/M; $65/R; $70/NR DAY TIME DATE Sa 11am-12:30pm 5/6-6/10

◊MPCC Sports Conditioning◊ (Ages 8-11) Coach K developed a series of year-round clinics designed to develop and improve individual skills by continually repeating desired skills. This program helps players of all abilities and skill levels improve their sport skills. $60/M; $65/R; $70/NR DAY TIME DATE Sa 12:45pm-1:45pm 5/6-6/10

◊DIY Crafts◊ (Ages K-12) Kids get creative while completing their own simple, DIY crafts. $15/M; $20/R; $25/NR DAY TIME DATE W 6:30pm-7:30pm 5/10-5/24

◊Mother’s Day Gift Making◊ (Ages K-12) Make a unique, special gift for Mother’s Day! $15/M; $20/R; $25/NR DAY TME DATE Sa 12pm-1:30pm 5/13

◊Lil’ Sport Centers◊ (Ages 5-7) A variety of sports including soccer, basketball, kickball, and other playground games where the emphasis is to have fun while learning some new facts about all sports. To participate, 5 year olds must be kindergarten. $60/M; $65/R; $70/NR DAY TIME DATE F 5:30pm-6:30pm 5/5-6/9

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teen recreation programs

MARCH – MAY.... Get Up And Move

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Futsal 3pm – 4pm

Full Circuit Workout 4:30pm – 5:30pm

Cornhole 3pm – 4pm

Dodgeball 3pm – 4pm

Drop-In Basketball 3pm – 7pm

Mexican Cooking 4:15pm – 5:15pm

Friends of the Fairmont 1st Wednesday of the Month) 4pm – 5pm

Thirsty Thursday (1st Thursday of the month) 4pm – 5pm

Karaoke 5pm – 6pm

Breakdancing 5pm – 6pm

Latin Dance (1st Friday of the month) 7pm – 8:15pm

Connect with Your Community

Movie Monday 5pm – 6:45pm

Learn Something New

Gardening 4pm – 5pm

Express Yourself Oversized Board/ Through Yard Games Journaling 5pm – 6pm 3:15pm – 4:15pm

Teen Center Hours:

Monday – Thursday: 2:45pm – 7pm Friday: 2:45pm – 9pm Saturday: 11am – 3pm

Manassas Park Teen Passport Are you a teen looking for something to do? Look no more! Welcome to the Teen Passport for teens in 6th – 12th grades. You have access to all teen programs and the facility. You can also earn points towards your membership! Passport memberships are $20/month and include classes and programs just for teens. Each month you are allowed up to 20 points. When you earn 20 points, your next month is FREE! Earn points for good grades, community service, and volunteering.

Passport Includes: Access to the gym, pool, recreational programs, instructional classes, and more! Plus take advantage of the Teen Center, featuring computers, a flat screen TV, Wii, Xbox, foosball, Air Hockey table, and pool table!

No Passport? No Problem! We want every teen to be able to take advantage of all of our programs. Non-members may enroll in any class individually by paying the $2 drop-in rate. Teen ID Policy: Teens between ages 12–15, including those without memberships, will need to be issued a Community Center Teen ID in order to access the facility without a parent or guardian. Teens will be required to leave their ID at the front desk when they enter the building and retrieve it when they exit the building. Teens who do not retrieve their ID when exiting the building must pay a $5 drop-in on their next visit. Saturday Activities 3rd Saturday of the month 3/18: Tie-Dye Shirts at MPCC 4/15: Manassas Cinemas * (Manassas, VA) 5/20: Three Point Shootout at MPCC *Nominal fee TBD is required to participate.

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teen recreation programs Get up and Move Futsal If you are a soccer enthusiast, this activity is for you! Play this fast-paced, modified game of soccer indoors on our basketball courts with teams of five people on each side.

Full Circuit Workout Get a full-body workout at the Community Center gym. It can be intense or light, depending on how hard you push yourself. We will keep weekly logs to track our progress.

Cornhole This game is a lot like playing horseshoes just with bean bags and a slanted board. Come learn how to play, or just stop by to show off your skills, on our indoor and outdoor cornhole boards.

Dodgeball Get your friends together to play this classic game that will have you jumping, diving, ducking, and throwing your way to victory.

Drop-In Basketball Every Friday after school, the Community Center gym is the place to be! The gym is reserved just for you to hoop to with your friends. Grab your buddies and a basketball, and meet us at the gym!

Connect with Your Community Movie Monday Every Monday, the teen center turns into a mini movie theatre so grab a spot on the couch, (with some candy or popcorn), and enjoy a great film including Disney classics to motivational movies, and some new releases too! All films are rated G – PG-13.

Mexican Cooking Ms. Janet teaches teens how to put together a course of delicious Mexican dishes with a healthy and fresh twist, while teaching the history and facts on each dish. Spice up your meals and learn about a new culture in our kitchen. Enjoy Mexican favorites like enchiladas, flautas, tacos, sopas, and flan

Friends of The Fairmont We have some awesome friends at The Fairmont Senior Living Community. Every first Wednesday of the month, we will head over to The Fairmont for a great time of socializing and playing games.

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Thirsty Thursday Every first Thursday of the month, we create some of our favorite drinks including milkshakes, sparkle punch, Arnold Palmer, and a watermelon slushy-just to name a few!

Karaoke Chances are you sing in the shower, or maybe the car, or even while working out. Now, you can sing along to your favorite songs at the teen center with our new karaoke machine. Who knows, this could be your first step towards being discovered!

Learn Something New Gardening Here at the Community Center, we have a teen created and sustained garden. We have planted lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, and more. Our group meets once a week to plant, water, harvest, and discuss plans for the garden. Come join us for a great opportunity to learn and enjoy nature.

Express Yourself Through Journaling Join us for a laid back hour of writing, but don’t worry we won’t be sharing what we write, unless you want to. Whether it’s a line from a song, or you’ve been itching to get the pen moving on something other than homework, or you just want to write a story, this is the place for you.

Oversized Board/Yard Games Have you ever seen giant Connect Four, Jenga, Checkers, or Chess game pieces? We have them here at the Community Center, and every Wednesday we play! There’s some friendly competition between the teens and staff.

Breakdancing This popular form of hip-hop dance became mainstream in the 80’s and is still popular today. Mr. Jose will teach you to perform just enough moves to show off to your friends.

Latin Dance Fall in love with the beautiful dances of Salsa, Mambo, Bachata, and Merengue. Beginners will learn the basic steps in a fun, casual setting. Do you already know how to dance? Come enjoy the music and other dancers just like yourself. Class meets the first Friday of the month.

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teen recreation programs General MP3

WCRB E.S.C.A.P.E. Strategies Self-Defense Class

MP3 (Manassas 3 O’clock Club) is a non-licensed program operated by the City of Manassas Park, Department of Parks and Recreation. This lightly supervised program is for teens to have a safe and fun place to be after school. The emphasis is on recreation with creative programs and materials encouraging teen participation. Recreation Leaders guide students in activities that allow the participants to learn; choosing independent activities or participating in group activities that are fun, safe, and challenging. MP3 is developed for teens in grades 6-8. MP3 is held Mon-Fri during the school year from 2:45pm-7pm Transportation is provided from Manassas Park Middle School to the Community Center. MP3 does not meet on holidays, or teacher workdays. Parents must pre-register.

◊Naginata◊ (Ages 14+) This class is taught by Djinn Sensei and will teach you the martial art form of Atarashii Naginata, which is derived from these earlier arts. Naginata refers to the ancient Japanese weapon used by Samurai men and women. All experience levels welcome. Loaner equipment is available. $60 Registration Fee Required. $30/month DAY TIME DATE F 6pm-8pm On-going Su 4pm-6pm On-going

(Ages 16+) This is an adult self-defense for women with emphasis on safety, spatial awareness, and self-defense. Students will learn simple safety concepts and techniques. This is NOT a belt class, and no uniform is required. $50/M/R/NR DAY TIME DATE Tu 7pm-8pm 1/17-3/28

Teen Beginner Swim Lessons (Ages 12-17) Never had formal swim lessons? Not comfortable in the water? Then now is the time to learn as learning how to swim effectively and efficiently is an important life safety skill. Manassas Park students can take the activity bus to MPCC for lessons after school! $27/Members/Teen Passport; $45/R; $55/NR DAY Tu/Th Tu/Th Tu/Th

TIME DATE 3:45pm-4:25pm 3/7-3/30 3:45pm-4:25pm 4/4-4/27 3:45pm-4:25pm 5/2-5/25

Teen Advisory Committee We are looking for outgoing teens to help shape and plan our teen programs and events. The Teen Advisory Board is a group of teens who want to have their voices heard! We meet at the Community Center the second Friday of each month at 4pm.

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◊WCRB Adult MMA Class◊

WCRB E.S.C.A.P.E. Strategies Self-Defense Class

(Age 18+) This martial arts class emphasizes spatial awareness, self-discipline, and self-defense while students learn several martial art forms. Students become empowered, excited, and will rise to the challenge of this class. In addition, students obtaining advanced belts will have the opportunity to be a part of our PITI program. This is a white to black belt class with testing two to four times a year. Additional classes are available for an additional fee. Please email wcrbkarate@aol.com for more information. $50/month

(Ages 16+) This is an adult self-defense for women with emphasis on safety, spatial awareness, and self-defense. Students will learn simple safety concepts and techniques. This is NOT a belt class, and no uniform is required. $50/M/R/NR

DAY TIME DATE M 8pm-8:50pm On-Going

(Ages 17+) Students will choose from 3 styles of hats, and learn to make a reversible fleece hat! Students also must provide the materials needed including; 1/2 yard of printed or colored fleece, 1/2 yard of a different color fleece, thread, sewing machine, accessories, and ball point needle. $20/M; $25/R; $30/NR

◊Naginata◊ (Ages 14+) This class is taught by Djinn Sensei and will teach you the martial art form of Atarashii Naginata, which is derived from these earlier arts. Naginata refers to the ancient Japanese weapon used by Samurai men and women. All experience levels welcome. Loaner equipment is available. $60 Registration Fee Required. $30/month DAY TIME DATE F 6pm-8pm On-going Su 4pm-6pm On-going

Country Line Dancing (Ages 18+) Get moving with a selection of simple dances set to a variety of enjoyable music! Come with a partner, or come alone. All skill levels are welcomed. $65/M; $70/R; $75/NR DAY TIME DATE Su 1:45pm-3pm On-going

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DAY TIME DATE Tu 7pm-8pm 1/17-3/28

◊Reversible Fleece Hat Making Class◊

DAY TIME DATE Sa 10am – 1pm 2/25

◊Adult Sewing: Hand or Sewing Machine Combined◊ (Ages 18+) This 10-week class is for beginner and intermediate students. Students must provide their own sewing materials including: needles, thread, fabric, scissors, pins, and a sewing machine. A more comprehensive list of supplies will be made available in class. Please note that dress making will be limited to the patterns and materials you provide and should not include formal wear. $45/M; $50/R; $55/NR DAY TIME DATE Th 6:30pm-8:30pm 3/2-4/27

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adult recreation programs ◊Adult American Sign Language◊

◊Herbalism◊

(Ages 18+) In this learner-centered class, students will learn sign vocabulary, grammar, and syntax skills. In addition, students learn about Deaf culture and current topics in the Deaf community today. $50/M; $60/R; $70/NR

(Ages 18+) Learn the art of using natural herbs, oils, and other organic ingredients to make your own simple home remedies, household cleaning products, and crafts. $60/M; $65/R; $70/NR

BEGINNER DAY TIME DATE Tu 4pm-5:30pm 3/7–5/30 ADVANCED DAY TIME DATE Tu 5:30pm-7pm 3/7–5/30

◊Creative Writing Workshop for Adults and Seniors◊ (Ages 18+) Each week, you’ll receive feedback on your writing. You can bring your outside writing for workshops, or write from prompts, and discuss fresh approaches for your writing. Share discussions regarding publishing and sharing new writings! Please come with a journal or notebook and be ready to write! $20/M; $25/R; $30NR DAY TIME DATE Tu 1:30pm–3:00pm 3/7 – 5/23

DAY TIME DATE Tu 6:30pm-7:20pm 3/7 – 5/9

◊Cream Puffs and Eclairs◊ (Ages 18+) Students will learn how to make a pate a choux and diplomat cream from scratch to make and fill their own cream puffs and eclairs. $35/M; $40/R; $45/NR DAY TIME DATE Th 6pm-9pm 3/9

◊Liquid Fusion Hip Hop◊ (Ages 18+) Liquid fusion combines pop-and-lock style hip hop with waving and liquid arms to create a surreal, mesmerizing style of hip hop dance. This is not your ordinary hip-hop class! $50/M; $55/R; $60/NR DAY TIME DATE Th 6:30pm-7:20pm 3/9 – 5/11

◊Om Belly◊

◊Learning Arabic for Adults◊ (Ages 18+) Students will learn introductory and basic reading, writing, and grammar in a fun and engaging way. Students will also learn how to hold a conversation along with beginner concepts such as the alphabet and numbers. $50/M; $60/R; $70/NR LEVEL 1 DAY TIME DATE Tu/W 7pm-8pm 3/7-5/10 LEVEL 2 DAY TIME DATE M/F 7pm-8pm 3/6-5/12

◊Burlesque Dance◊ (Ages 18+) Embrace your womanly charms while learning flirty hip, leg, and torso movements. You will also learn several facial expressions that will add a sensual flavor to your dance vocabulary. $50/M; $55/R; $60/NR DAY TIME DATE Tu 5:30pm-6:20pm 3/7 – 5/9

(Ages 18+) This is a fusion class that combines yoga, Pilates and belly dance for a unique, holistic mind/body workout that leaves you feeling relaxed, refreshed, and energized. $50/M; $55/R; $60/NR DAY TIME DATE Th 5:30pm-6:20pm 3/9 – 5/11

◊Belly Dance◊ (Ages 18+) Learn the ancient, exotic art of belly dance. This class teaches slithering, snaky hip, shoulder, and torso isolations. $50/M; $55/R; $60/NR DAY TIME DATE F 8:00pm-8:50pm 3/10 – 5/12

◊Learning Korean◊ (Ages 18+) In this fun and interactive beginner’s class, you will learn the basics of the Korean language. You will learn the alphabet, how to count, and phrases in Korean. $50/M; $60/R; $70/NR DAY F

TIME 5pm-5:50pm

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adult recreation programs ◊Cardmaking and Scrapbooking◊

◊Protecting Your Online Privacy◊

(Ages 14+) Cardmaking and scrapbooking tools are provided to make greeting, holiday, thank you notes, and “just to say hello” cards. New projects each month. Paper, stickers, adhesives, and tools provided. $15/M; $20/R; $25/NR

(Ages 17+) Learn how to protect your information while online, on your phone or at home. This class is taught by Aditya Ashoka, Master Financial Educator from the Virginia Cooperative Extension. FREE

DAY TIME DATE Sa 10am-12pm 3/11 Sa 10am-12pm 4/8 Sa 10am-12pm 5/13

DAY TIME DATE W 7pm-9pm 3/29 W 7pm-9pm 7/26

◊Wood Burning Class◊

◊Cake Decorating 101: Buttercream Flower Basics◊

(Ages 17+) Learn to use a wood burning pen and create memorable gifts, creative DIY projects, and a wonderful feeling of accomplishment. It’s easy to learn-no art training is required! Just come with an open mind, and let your ideas become beautiful works of wood burning! $30/M; $35/R; $40/NR

(Ages 18+) This class focuses entirely on how to make Swiss buttercream, and to learn how to make flowers like sunflowers, water lilies, poinsettias, drop flowers, rose swirls, daffodils, and daisies. Students can bring in cupcakes to decorate or a base iced cake to decorate. $35/M; $40/R; $45/NR

DAY TIME DATE Su 3:30pm-5:30pm 3/12 Su 3:30pm-5:30pm 5/14

DAY TIME DATE Th 6pm-9pm 4/6

Hand Dancing (Ages 18+) The African-American art form of hand dancing combines sophisticated slick moves with rhythmic footwork that allows dancers to blend their creative talents into showcase artistry. Beginner and advanced beginner classes are available. To register, please contact Ray Morton of The 7 Step Hand Dance Academy at rstrdm@aol.com. $100

◊Intro to Pickleball◊ (Ages 16+) Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the US. This introductory class has been established to teach you the basics by some of our most dedicated, encouraging, and knowledgeable Pickleball players. Bring a water bottle, towel, and wear tennis shoes. $25/M; $30/R; $35/NR DAY TIME DATE Th 7pm-8pm 4/6-5/11

DAY TIME DATE Su 2:15pm-3:30pm (Line Dance) 3/26 – 6/4 ◊Resume Writing Class◊ Su 3:30pm-4:30pm (Hand Dance Beg.) 3/26 – 6/4 Su 4:30pm-5:30pm (Hand Dance Int.) 3/26 – 6/4 (Ages 18+) Create a new resume, or improve your existing resume, and get that potential job interview! Our Certified Professional Resume Writer and Human Resources Consultant, Michelle Davis-Younger, teaches tips and techniques so your resume will stand out. $12/M; $15/R; $20NR

DAY TIME DATE Sa 10am–12pm 4/8 Sa 10am–12pm 6/10

◊Pay Yourself First Savings◊ (Ages 17+) Virginia Cooperative Extension Master Financial Educator, Pat Contrades, will teach you financial methods, tools, and apps to help you increase your savings! FREE DAY TIME DATE W 7pm-9pm 4/26 W 7pm-9pm 6/21

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adult recreation programs ◊Garden Arts and Crafts◊ (Ages 18+) Design and make your own garden art projects such as a welcome sign, garden rock, or a wood sign. Bring your supplies and have some fun celebrating the seasons, holidays, or make other fun designs. Students will be given a list of materials at the first class based on the project selected. $40/M; $45/R; $50/NR

Manassas Park Adult over 35 Spring Basketball League (Age 35 +) Get your team together and be a part of the 2017 spring basketball season. Each team will play a guaranteed eight games, played on Sundays. The season starts in May with games at 3pm, 4pm, or 5pm. Teams must pay registration fee before the first scheduled game! $550 per team

DAY TIME DATE Th 6:30pm-8:30pm 5/4-6/19

DAY TIME DATE Su 3pm / 4pm / 5pm TBD

◊Weep-free Lemon Meringue Pie◊

Drop-In Activities

(Ages 18+) Have you ever made a lemon meringue pie and the next day found it has leaked sugar water, called weeping, all over your fridge? In this class you’ll learn why that happens and make recipes that prevent weeping. $35/M; $40/R; $45/NR DAY TIME DATE Th 6pm-9pm 5/11

◊Parent’s Day Out◊ Do you need a few hours to get some things done? Or just take the afternoon for yourself as we watch your kids. We have games, crafts, and snacks to keep the kids occupied while you enjoy the afternoon. $18/M; $21/R; $24/NR

◊Adult Board Game Night◊ (Ages 18+) Play some of the newest tabletop games including Settlers of Catan, Power Grid, Pandemic, Mysterium, and more! Meeting every 2nd and 4th Friday, it’s a great way to make new friends, and to discover new games! Some games may contain mature themes. FREE/M; Drop-in Rate for non-members DAY TIME DATE F 6pm-8:30pm On-going

◊Basketball◊

Every Tuesday night and Saturday afternoon, come to the CommuDAY TIME DATE nity Center to hoop it up with friends. Pick-up games are played to Sa 10am-2pm 5/20 13 and are participant-officiated. Drop-in rate applies, Members play at no cost

◊Credit Scores Made Easy◊

(Ages 17+) Did you know almost 90% of all credit reports contain inaccuracies? Learn how to access your free annual credit report and how to dispute any errors. This class is taught by Mitch Rachlis, Ph.D., from the Virginia Cooperative Extension FREE DAY TIME DATE W 7pm-9pm 5/24

Leagues Manassas Park Adult Spring Basketball League (Ages 18+) Get your squad together and be a part of the 2017 spring basketball season. Each team will play a guaranteed eight games beginning in May with games twice a week. Games will be played at either 8pm or 9pm. Teams must pay registration fee before their first scheduled game! $550 per team DAY M / W

TIME 8pm / 9pm

DATE TBD

DAY TIME DATE Tu 7pm-9pm On-going Sat 3pm-6pm On-going

◊Pickleball◊ Want to play one of the country’s fastest growing sports but have no place to play? Well you can bring your friends and play pickle ball inside the Community Center gym. Pick-up games will be self-officiated. Drop-in rate applies Members play at no cost. DAY TIME DATE Tu 8am-10am On-going W 8am-10am; 7pm-9pm On-going

◊Table Tennis◊ Test your skills playing everyone’s favorite game, table tennis. All ages are welcome to come play. This drop-in program, at the Manassas Park Community Center, is free of charge for members. Simply bring your paddle and table tennis balls and be ready to play! DAY Tu Th

TIME DATE 8am-11am On-going 8am-11am On-going

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What does it mean to be ALL-ACCESS? HUNDREDS of programs for all ages! That’s MORE than half of our yearly programming!

DISCOUNTS on swim lessons and leagues! ACCESS to pool, gymnasium, and wellness areas! SAVE MORE with group training!

DISCOUNTS on personal training! ACCESS to group exercise classes! YES! Preschool, Extended Care, AND Summer Camps!

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senior recreation programs

MARCH – MAY. Monday

Tuesday

Aquasize 9:00am – 9:50am *starting 3/6*

Seniors Yoga 10:45am – 11:45am Social Knitting/ Crocheting 10:30am – 11:30am

Shutterbug 10:30am – 11:30am Every Other Monday

Pickleball 8am – 10am

Creative Writing Workshop 1:30pm – 3pm

Charity Crafting 10am – 11:30

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Walking Club 9am – 10am

Pickleball 8am – 10am

Pickleball 8am – 10am

Puzzle Mania 9am – 10am

Book Club 9am – 10:15am

Walking Club 9am – 10am

Senior Strength and Restorative Aquafit Stretch 10:30am – 11:20am 10:30am – 11:20am

Senior Socials 10:30am – 12pm

Scrabble Club 10:30 – 12pm Mixed Gentle Yoga 12pm – 1pm

Plarning 9am – 12pm Senior Potluck Dinner 4:30pm – 6pm 3rd Friday of the Month

Computer Help Desk 1pm – 2pm

All classes (except swim lessons) are included FREE of charge for active adult members. We have two Active Adult memberships available. Our Active Adult membership is $15 per month for individuals 55 to 64 years of age. Our Senior Passport Program is only $30 per year for individuals 65 years of age or older. Membership includes all the benefits of the Basic Membership and access to all senior programs (except swim lessons) at no additional charge. Enjoy our potlucks, the wellness area, pool, active adult programs, and more! Non-members may enroll in any of these classes individually by paying the $2 daily dropin rate. *Times, dates, and activities are subject to change. Transportation is available for residents of Park Place Senior Apartments on Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday with pick-up times at 8:45am and 11:45am, and drop-off times at 11:40am and 2pm. Please keep in mind that meals are not currently provided at the Manassas Park Community Center, therefore participants attending from 8:45am – 2pm will need to provide their own lunch. *Transportation availability, times, and locations are subject to change. Please call to arrange transportation.

We are seeking Senior Volunteers to teach our Senior classes! Contact Bethiah Shuemaker at 703-335-8872 or b.shuemaker@manassasparkva.gov

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senior recreation programs *program is self-facilitated

Aquasize This class provides low-impact, full body exercise while helping you tone your muscles. *Book Club Friendly, lively discussion center around the most recent book we have all read. Selections include classics, history, biographies, fiction, and non-fiction. Books are supplied by Central Library. Charity Crafting Create crafts that directly benefit others including preemie hats for Novant Hospital and crocheting red scarves for Foster Care to Success. Computer Help Desk Learn to use a computer, a particular program on a laptop, or send an e-mail? We have partnered with Storage Strategies, Inc. (SSI) for computer instruction for beginners and beyond. Creative Writing Workshop Recieve feedback on your writing, write from prompts, share discussion regarding getting published and share your new writings. Please come with a journal or notebook and be ready to write! Mixed Gentle Yoga Exercise shouldn’t hurt and this class doesn’t disappoint. We focus on core and balance with gentle yoga poses and stretches. Pickleball Pickleball combines tennis, badminton, and racquetball. It’s fun, a great way to get exercise, and has skyrocketed in popularity at the Community Center. Come play the game that everyone is talking about. Plarning Plarn is plastic bag yarn! Use plastic bag yarn to crochet items such as shower mats, hats, and bags. You do not need to know how to crochet; all are welcome to help cut and roll plastic bags into Plarn balls while socializing with the group.

Senior Socials One of the longest running programs in Manassas Park! If you are excited to meet with new and old friends and talk about the day’s events, or if you want to work on a project that encourages your creative touch, then this social group is perfect for you. We will work on crafts, play bingo, and socialize every Wednesday. Senior Strength and Stretch A Community Center favorite among the seniors here! This class is geared for seniors of all shapes, sizes, and mobility levels. You’ll be able to get a great work -out that is low impact enough to meet needs and provide a challenging work- out to boot. Senior Yoga Flexibility and strengthening your core are the theme of this senior’s yoga class. The class is also easily adjusted for people that have limited mobility as well. Shutterbug Collaborate with other Seniors who enjoy photography. You will learn not only how to take great photos, but some tips on how to make your photos stand out from the rest. *Social Knitting/Crocheting Beginners or experienced knitters should either bring a project or start a new one with us. We have a great time knitting, crocheting and socializing. We share ideas and create new items together. Help is also provided as-needed. Walking Club Calling all walkers; join us for two days of walking Wed. and Fri. As we walk and talk you’ll be hitting your stride and realize the heart benefits of a 1,000 steps. No need for fancy gear- comfortable walking shoes, water bottle, and your favorite ball cap! In the event of rain our activity will be indoors.

*Puzzle Mania Keep those critical thinking skills honed as you collaborate on a group puzzle, Sudoku, or crossword puzzles. Self-facilitated. Restorative Aquafit This pool exercise class provides low impact exercise. Our heated indoor pool will help work wonders on achy muscles and joints, and will help put a spring into your step. *Scrabble Club The game of Scrabble tests your vocabulary, and exercises your brain! Our club meets each Thursday of the month. Senior Potluck Dinner On the third Friday of the month, stop by our community potluck dinner to chat with friends, meet new ones and bring a dish to share with others.

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therapeutic recreation programs

Manassas Park Buddy Club (Ages 17+) This one of a kind, special program is a self-facilitated adult social group. This program is designed to meet the needs of individuals with developmental/cognitive disabilities. Daily activities include arts and crafts, fitness classes, movies, computer, and video games. Buddies will also have access to the wellness center and the pool. $2 drop in rate for non-members. $20/month DAY TIME DATE M/Tu/Th 10am – 2:30pm On-Going

Adapted Aquatics (Ages 5-18) This swim program is specifically for individuals with special needs to be able to learn water safety, swim techniques, and to feel comfortable in the water. Each participant must have an aide (or parent) in the water with them during the lesson. Aides can be provided at no additional charge if arranged with the Aquatics Manager in advance. Contact Sarah Barnett at 703.335.8872 or s.barnett@manassasparkva.gov $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR DAY TIME DATE Sa 12:15pm-12:45pm 3/11-5/6 *No class on 4/15

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Take One Drama Troupe (Ages 17+) Take One Drama Troupe is a group of talented individuals with developmental/cognitive disabilities. We perform twice a year, a play in the fall, and a variety show in the spring. Practices are held at the Manassas Park Community Center. If you are interested in participating, volunteering, or would like additional information on the production, please contact Tony Thomas at t.thomas@manassasparkva.gov or 703.335.8872. Cost $65, and practice begin Wednesday, 3/29–5/31, from 6pm7pm. Performance Date: 6/2 at MPMS at 7pm

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program index INDEX PRESCHOOL Program/Class Page ◊Extended Learning (Ages 3-5) 16 ◊Go and Grow (Ages 3-5) 17 ◊Gym Jam (Ages 3-5) 17 ◊Hot Shot Soccer (Ages 3-5) 17 Junior’s Preschool (Age 3) 16 ◊Learning Korean (Ages 4-6) 16 ◊Lil Kickers (Ages 3-5) 17 Seniors Preschool (Ages 4-5) 16 ◊Tiny Slime (Ages 3-5) 17 ◊Tumble Tots (Ages 3-5) 17 ◊WCRB Dragon Tots (Ages 3-4) 16 SCHOOL AGE Program/Class Page ◊Beginning Breakin’ (Ages 6-11) 19 ◊Checkmate Chess Club (Ages 6-11) 18 ◊DIY Crafts (Ages Kindergarten-12 years old) 20 ◊Double Dribble Basketball (Ages 5-7) 20 Extended Care (Kindergarten-5th Grade) 18 After School Care 18 Before & After School Care 18 ◊Jungle Arts and Crafts (Ages 8-12) 20 ◊Learning Arabic (Ages 6-12) 19 ◊Lil Sport Centers (Ages 5-7) 20 ◊Lil Sprouts Just a Taste Cooking Class (Ages 5-8) 19 ◊Lil Rumblers &Tumblers (Ages 5-7) 20 ◊Lil Strikers Soccer (Ages 5-7) 20 ◊MPCC Shooting Clinics (Ages 8-11) 20 ◊MPCC Sports Conditioning (Ages 8-11) 20 ◊Mother’s Day Gift Making (Ages Kindergarten – 12 years old) 20 ◊Paper Crafts for Kids 19 ◊Sew-Sew Good: Beginner Machine Sewing (Ages 8-12) 18 ◊Sew-Sew Good: Intermediate Machine Sewing (Ages 8-12) 19 Springtime Pottery (Ages Kindergarten – 12 years old) 18 ◊Simply Science (Ages Kindergarten-12 years old) 20 ◊Snack Attack (Ages Kindergarten-12 years old) 19 ◊Strikers Soccer (Ages 8-11) 20 ◊WCRB Youth Mixed Martial Arts (Ages 6-13) 18 ◊Zumba Jr. (Ages 4-6) 19 ◊Zumba Kids (Ages 6-12) 19 TEENS Program/Class Page ◊Breakdancing (Ages 12-17) 22 ◊Cornhole (Ages 12-17) 22 ◊Dodgeball (Ages 12-17) 22 ◊Drop-in Basketball (Ages 12-17) 22 ◊Express Yourself-Journaling (Ages 12-17) 22 ◊Friends of the Fairmont (Ages 12-17) 22

◊Futsal (Ages 12-17) ◊Full Circuit Work Out (Ages 12-17) ◊Gardening (Ages 12-17) ◊Karaoke (Ages 12-17) ◊Latin Dance (Ages 12-17) ◊Mexican Cooking (Ages 12-17) ◊Movie Monday (Ages 12-17) ◊MP3 (Ages 12-17) ◊Naginata (Ages 14+) ◊Oversized Board/Yard Games (Ages 12-17) Teen Advisory Committee (Ages 12-17) Teen Beginner Swim Lessons (Ages 12-17) ◊Thirsty Thursday (Ages 12-17) WCRB E.S.C.A.P.E. Strategies Self Defense Class (Ages 16+)

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ADULTS Program/Class Page ◊Adult American Sign Language (Ages 18+) 25 ◊Adult Board Game Night (Ages 18+) 27 ◊Adult Sewing: Hand or Machine Sewing (Ages 18+) 24 ◊Basketball (Ages 18+) 27 ◊Belly Dance (Ages 18+) 25 ◊Burlesque Dance (Ages 18+) 25 ◊Cardmaking and Scrapbooking (Ages 18+) 26 ◊Cake Decorating 101: Buttercream Flower Basics (Ages 18+) 26 ◊Creative Writing Workshops for Adults and Seniors (Ages 18+) 25 ◊Cream Puffs and Eclairs (Ages 18+) 25 ◊Credit Scores Made Easy (Ages 18+) 27 ◊Country Line Dancing Class (Ages 18+) 24 ◊Garden Arts and Crafts (Ages 18+) 26 ◊Hand Dancing (Ages 18+) 26 ◊Herbalism (Ages 18+) 25 ◊Intro to Pickleball (Ages 18+) 26 ◊Learning Arabic for Adults (Ages 18+) 25 ◊Learning Korean (Ages 18+) 25 ◊Liquid Fusion Hip Hop (Ages 18+) 25 Manassas Park Adult over 35 Spring Basketball League (Ages 18+) 27 Manassas Park Adult Spring Basketball League (Ages 18+) 27 ◊Naginata (Ages 14+) 24 ◊Om Belly (Ages 18+) 25 ◊Parent’s Day Out (Ages 18+) 27 ◊Pay Yourself First Savings (Ages 17+) 26 ◊Pickleball (Ages 18+) 27 ◊Protecting Your Online Privacy (Ages 17+) 26 ◊Resume Writing Class (Ages 18+) 26 ◊Reversible Fleece Hat Making Class (Ages 18+) 24

◊Table Tennis (Ages 18+) ◊WCRB Adult MMA Class (Ages 18+) WCRB E.S.C.A.P.E. Strategies Self Defense Class (Ages 18+) ◊Weep Free Lemon Meringue Pie (Ages 18+) ◊Wood Burning Class (Ages 17+)

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SENIORS Program/Class Page ◊Aquasize (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Book Club (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Charity Crafting (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Creative Writing Workshop (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Computer Help Desk (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Mixed Gentle Yoga (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Pickleball (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Plarning (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Puzzle Mania (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Restorative Aquafit (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Scrabble Club (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Senior Potluck Dinner (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Senior Socials (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Senior Strength and Stretch (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Senior Yoga (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Shutterbug (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Social Knitting/Crocheting (Ages 65+) 31 ◊Walking Club (Ages 65+) 31 THERAPUTIC RECREATION PROGRAMS Program/Class Page Adapted Aquatics (Aged 5-18) 32 Manassas Buddy Club (Ages 17+) 32 Take One Drama Troupe (Ages 17+) 32

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Spring Dog Park Events

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Doggie Egg Hunt

$5/dog Saturday, 4/22 12pm-2pm

Beaglefest

$10/dog Saturday, 4/29 (Rain date: 5/6) 12pm-4pm

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THE RIDE THAT'S RIGHT FOR YOU! 9

OmniRide Stress-free and convenient express bus service from eastern Prince William County, the Manassas area and Gainesville to points in Northern Virginia and Washington, DC.

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OmniLink Personalized bus service designed with your travel needs in mind! Your link to Dale City, Dumfries, Quantico, Woodbridge/Lake Ridge, Manassas and Manassas Park.

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Metro Direct Manassas Metro Direct is your connection from Manassas to the Tysons Corner Metro Station. Prince William Metro Direct provides easy access to the Franconia-Springfield Metro Station. Linton Hall Metro Direct connects Gainesville commuters with the Tysons Corner Metro Station.

9 Cross County Connector Perfect for fun or business. Easy access to Prince William County offices and major shopping locations on both ends of the bus route.

9 OmniMatch Saving you time and money, this FREE service will help you to locate the carpool or vanpool that fits your needs.

PRTC participates in the Guaranteed Ride Home and SmartBenefits Programs.

SmarTrip• accepted on all PRTC buses.

Visit our New Rider page at

PRTCtransit.org (703) 730-6664 or (888) 730-6664 Virginia Relay C enter-TDD, call 711

Transit services provided by the Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission.

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Rentals for All Occasions Looking to host your upcoming event in one of our spaces? Banquet Hall, Pre-Function Area, Multi-Purpose Rooms, Conference Rooms

Wondering what additional amenities are at your disposal? Tables, Chairs, Caterer’s Kitchen, Kitchenette, Audio Visual Equipment, Dance Floor, Free Parking Contact 703.335.8872 for rates and availability. Send inquiries to a.powell@manassasparkva.gov

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Rental Rates Rooms Amenity

Deposit

Resident Rate

Non-Resident Rate

Maximum Occupancy

Banquet Hall With Kitchen

$500

$165/hour (4 hour Minimum)

$248/hour (4 hour Minimum)

230

Half Banquet Hall

$250

$138/hour (2 hour Minimum)

$220/hour (2 hour Minimum)

115

Caterer’s Kitchen

$50

$55/event

$138/event

Pre-Function Area

$50

$55/event

$138/event

221

Patio

$50

$55/event

$138/event

Patio & Pre-Function Area

$50

$83/event

$193/event

Multi-Purpose Room

$50

$55/hour

$138/hour

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Teaching Classroom

$50

$55/hour

$138/hour

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Conference Room With AV

$50

$28/hour

$28/hour

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Rates for patio, pre-function area, and caterer’s kitchen are quoted at a per event rate only applies when used in conjunction with other room rentals. If the patio, pre-function area, or caterer’s kitchen is the only area requested to be used, then the rate is an hourly fee.

Gym Amenity

Deposit

Resident Rate

Non-Resident Rate

Maximum Occupancy

Whole Gym

$500

$200/hour

$275/hour

1000

Full Court

$250

$125/hour

$200/hour

500

Half Court

$75

$65/hour

$140/hour

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Pool & Dance Spaces

Auxiliary Equipment

Amenity

Resident Rate

Non-Resident Rate

Amenity

Resident Rate

Non-Resident Rate

Lap Lane

$20/hour

$20/hour

Projector

$55/event

$138/event

Full Pool

$220/hour

$300/hour

Podium

$28/event

$110/event

Dance Studio

$55/hour

$138/hour

Dance Floor

Additional Fees

9x12

$204

ABC Banquet License*

$55/ABC Board

12x12

$360

Police**

$40/officer/hour

15x15

$385

After-Hours Fee

$67/hour

15x18

$451

21x21

$633

For any event in the banquet hall that will have dancing, a dance floor must be used. The above rates are for the dance floor we are able to provide. However, we are able to coordinate delivery, set-up, and pick-up with a local rental company. We must have payment in full prior to coordinating this delivery.

* The $55 ABC permit must be secured prior to the event. The MPPD must be on site when alcohol arrives. ** This contract/agreement must be made with the Manassas Park Police Department. Any associated fees are not paid to the Manassas Park Community Center After Hours are after 6pm Sundays, after 9pm Monday – Friday, & after 7pm Saturdays. No later than 1am Friday and Saturday and 11pm Sunday-Thursday

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City of Manassas Park Department of Parks and Recreation 99 Adams Street Manassas Park, Virginia 20111

Visit us online where the MOSAIC is also available in PDF format. www.ManassasParkCommunityCenter.com

Spring 2017 MOSAIC  

The program catalog for the Manassas Park Community Center

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