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The Manassas Park

MOSAIC A Directory of Programs and Activities: Spring 2020 City of Manassas Park: Department of Parks and Recreation

WHAT’S INSIDE:

PRESCHOOL AND YOUTH PROGRAMS

Music Makers • Kids Cupcake Decorating Demo • MPCC Shooting Clinic • Snack Attack

TEEN PROGRAMS

Teen Swim Lessons • Badges for Baseball • Video Game Tournament

ADULT & SENIOR PROGRAMS

Easy Plant-Based Meals www.ManassasParkCommunityCenter.com • Essential Oils 101 • Pickleball • Senior Socials • 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 Signal Bay Waterpark............................................16 Preschool Programs..............................................17 School Age Programs............................................18 Teen Programs.......................................................22 Adult Programs......................................................28 Senior Programs....................................................30 Therapeutic Programs...........................................32 Special Events........................................................33

we are an omnilink on demand bus stop Simply tell your driver you’d like to stop at the Community Center. For more information please contact us or visit the Community Center. Contact us at: DPR@manassasparkva.gov 703.335.8872

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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.

at a glance The Department of Parks and Recreation is tasked with maintaining Costello Park, the Manassas Park Community Center, Signal Hill Park, Signal Bay Waterpark, the City’s historical sites, and block parks. The Community Center features two full basketball courts, an indoor pool, fitness rooms, and rental spaces including a 3,480 sq. ft. banquet hall. 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 Preston Banks

GOVERNING BODY Hector Cendejas Haseeb Javed Miriam Machado Alanna Mensing Donald Shuemaker

CITY MANAGER Laszlo Palko

PARKS AND RECREATION DIRECTOR Jay Swisher

OPERATIONS/AQUATICS MANAGER Sarah Barnett

RECREATION SUPERVISOR Tony Thomas

SENIOR RECREATION SPECIALIST Sue Jurjevic

RECREATION SPECIALISTS Mike Arrington 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 Joel McCaw Annette Starr

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) The ARC of Greater Prince William County Center for the Arts The Child Protective Partnership (CCP) Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Disabilities Service Board FAPT (Family Action Planning Team) George Mason University GRIT (Gang Resistance and Intervention Team) House of Mercy Independence Empowerment Center 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 Prince William Public Library System 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.

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about

us

The City of Manassas Park, 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. All credit card transactions are assessed a 3% + $0.30 fee. 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. 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, gender identity, 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. All times and programs are subject to change. Visit us online at www.ManassasParkCommunityCenter.com or visit the front desk for the most current information.

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Mission Statement &

core values

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. Environment Providing leadership in conserving natural resources and looking for new and better ways to be environmentally friendly. Accessibility Offering all segments of the community a high level of physical, social, and economic access to our programs and facilities. People Enhancing the quality of people’s emotional, physical, and social well being to promote their personal growth through play, discovery, enrichment, and learning. Partnership Building partnerships to address common issues, promote mutual interests, benefit our community, and enhance the quality of life in Manassas Park. Community Promoting healthy lifestyles, strengthening our families, maintaining community assets, good stewardship of our parks and open space, and fostering a sense of community pride and common purpose. Diversity Creating a better understanding and appreciation of our human diversity as we embrace the preservation of human dignity, and we recognize our role in this community driven effort through leisure opportunities. Excellence Striving to be leaders in our organization and in our community through transparent, ethical, and accountable decision making. Innovation Upholding the tradition of creative thinking, trendsetting, and calculated risk taking.


rental

accommodations PERFECT FOR

When you rent at the Manassas Park Community Center, you can rest assured your event will be a success. With every rental, on site staff will set up the tables and chairs according to your floorplan at no additional cost. A list of local preferred vendors, which includes caterers, is provided with every booking. Does your event require multiple rooms? Our building is perfect for events that need break out rooms or dressing rooms. Additional spaces can be easily added onto your rental for the same low hourly rate. When you’re ready to tour our facilities, contact Amelia Powell at A.Powell@manassasparkva.gov. You can also take a 360-degree virtual tour on our website at ManassasParkCommunityCenter.com/tour.

• Wedding Receptions • Engagement Parties • Anniversary Parties • Quinceañeras • Birthday Parties • Baby Showers • Holiday Parties • Cultural Events • Fundraising Galas • Meetings • Trainings • Luncheons • Team Building Retreats • Conventions • Awards Banquets • Athletic Events

Banquet Hall Accommodations 3,480 Sq. Ft. 71’ x 49’ Seating for up to 230 people Half Banquet Hall Seating for up to 115 people *Caterer’s Kitchen available for use with Banquet Hall Facilities. *Pre-function and patio areas available for the Banquet Hall Facilities.

Kitchen Accommodations

Spacious gourmet kitchen featuring: Stove, convection ovens, warming ovens, ice machine, and stainless steel tables (2) Entrances for concurrent events

Gymnasium Accommodations Whole gym 1000 people ½ gym (full court) 500 people ¼ gym (half court) 250 people *Bleachers are available with whole and ½ gym rentals.

Multi-Purpose Room Accommodations Seating for 35

Special Events

Yellow Conference Room Accommodations

Pricing is available upon request

Seating for 18 with tables and chairs Seating for 23 with chairs (lecture style)

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

Other Accommodations

Blue Conference Room Accommodations Seating for 12 with tables and chairs Seating for 16 with chairs (lecture style)

Ample free parking Audio and visual capabilities 6’ round tables, 6’ x 2.5’ conference tables, and chairs Dance floor available for an additional fee

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parks &

facilities PARKS

Costello Park 99 Adams Street

Signal Hill Park

9300 Signal View Drive

Blooms Park

9701 Manassas Drive PAVILIONS

Costello Park 99 Adams Street

Signal Hill Park

9300 Signal View Drive

SIGNAL HILL PARK GATHERING SPACES

AMENITIES

FIELD RENTAL INFORMATION Diamond Fields Non-Leagues and Practices/Scrimmages Field Usage Fee: $50/season Price: $25/day Organized Leagues Roster fee of $300/team/season. Contact A.Powell@manassasparkva.gov.

• 2 softball fields • 4 baseball fields • 1 cricket field • 1 Miracle Field • 2 playgrounds • 1 basketball court

• 1 softball field • 4 multi-use athletics fields • 1 multi-use field • 2 basketball courts • 2 tennis courts • 1 pickleball court • Playground • Walking trails

Multi-Use Athletics Fields Non-Leagues and Practices/Scrimmages Field Usage Fee: $50/year Price: $25/hour Events/Games/Tournaments/Clinics Field Usage Fee: $50/use Price: $200/half day; $300/full day Cricket Field Non-Leagues and Practices/Scrimmages Field Usage Fee: $50/year Price: $10/hour Organized Leagues Field Usage Fee: $50/year Price: $75/day Multi-use Field Field Usage Fee: $50/use

Price: $200/half day; $300/full day

Blooms Park is a passive park with approximately 3.39 miles of challenging trails. Blooms Park emphasizes a connection with nature. Wildlife including deer, eagles, foxes, turkeys, snakes, and more roam the park. Visitors should exercise caution when visiting Blooms Park. INFORMATION

RENTAL INFORMATION

• Available to Manassas Park Residents only • Charcoal grill on site • There are no tables or chairs at this site • Playground nearby • Restrooms available during MPCC operating hours • No alcohol, moon bounces, or stakes

• Refundable deposit: $50.00 • Must show proof of residency

*Rates subject to change

• Refundable deposit: $50.00 • Hourly fee: $45.00

• 13 picnic tables • 2 charcoal grills on site • No alcohol, moon bounces, or stakes

*Rates subject to change

INFORMATION

RENTAL INFORMATION

Pond Area

• 2 charcoal grills on site • 6 picnic tables • No alcohol, moon bounces, or stakes

• Refundable deposit: $50.00 • Hourly fee: $15.00

Cornhole Area

• 2 charcoal grills on site • 3 picnic tables • No alcohol, moon bounces, or stakes

• Refundable deposit: $50.00 • Hourly fee: $15.00

BLOCK PARKS

*Rates subject to change

*Rates subject to change

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 at 147 Polk Street Features an outdoor basketball court, a playground, and generous amounts of open space

These small parks, ranging in size from a quarter acre to one acre, are located in the residential neighborhood of the western area of the City and primarily service the residents local to each site. Block Parks are open year round from 7:30 am until dusk.

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parks &

facilities DOG PARK

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: 8:00am-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. • Dogs over six months must be spayed or neutered. • 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 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 occassionally closed during normal hours for maintenance and special events.

HISTORICAL SITES

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, this 13-acre monument site is located in the eastern end of the City, adjacent to Signal Hill Park. Signal Hill is open year round from 7:30am 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 the public year round from 7:30am 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 Union Mill Trestle

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

All parks and facilities are open to the public and may be scheduled for specific use through the Parks and Recreation Department. The rental application is a request only, not a guarantee. A Rental Request 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 must accompany a Rental Request Application. The Department does not accept tentative reservations. Cancellations must be made at least 10 days in advance in order to receive a refund for outdoor rentals. Applications are available at the Manassas Park Community Center. All rentals are subject to availability and must be booked and paid for 10 days in advance of event. Certain restrictions may apply. Deposits are a one time refundable fee. Restrictions may apply. Field Application: Athletic fields and park grounds are available for rental between March 15th – November 15th 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 – June 30th spring season. All fall field usage requests are accepted beginning July 1st of each calendar year for an August 15th – November 15th fall season.

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community center Manassas Park Community Center

membership rates Rates Membership 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. Resident Single Adult (ages 18-59) Non-Resident Single Adult (ages 18-59) Resident Dual (2 adults or 1 adult & 1 dependent) Non-Resident Dual (2 adults or 1 adult & 1 dependent) Resident Family (1 adult & 4 household members) Non-Resident Family (1 adult & 4 household members)

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)

$71.50/month ($858 annual)

$74.83/month ($449 6-months)

$75/month ($900 annual)

$78.33/month ($470 6-months)

$97.50/month ($1,170 annual)

$100.83/month ($605 6-months)

CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP

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

PAID IN FULL RATE

$30/month ($360 annual)

$324 (10% discount)

$28.50/month ($342 annual)

$308 (10% discount)

$26/month ($312 annual)

$281 (10% discount)

$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)

Corporate Business (5 employee minimum) Manassas Park Business (5 employee minimum) Corporate Business (10 employee minimum) Manassas Park Business (10 employee minimum)

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 99 Adams Street, Manassas Park, VA 20111

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Membership Rates rates membership TEEN PASSPORT

Amenities include: All of the benefits of the Basic Membership as well as access to all 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 an orientation. College students are not eligible for this program/membership.

SENIOR PASSPORT

Amenities include: All of the benefits of the Basic Membership as well as access to all Senior Programs ANNUAL RATE

6-MONTH RATE

Resident Senior Passport (ages 60+)

$10/month ($120 annual)

$10/month ($60 6-months)

Non-Resident Senior Passport (ages 60+)

$20/month ($240 annual)

$20/month ($120 6-months)

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

RESIDENT

NON-RESIDENT

Youth (2-11)

$3.00

$5.00

Teen (12-17) with ID

$2.00

$2.00

Adult (18-59)

$4.00

$5.00

Senior (60+)

$2.00

$2.00

Spectator

$2.00

$2.00

HOURS OF OPERATION

POOL HOURS

Monday-Friday

8:00am-9:00pm

8:00am-8:30pm

Saturday

7:00am-7:00pm

7:00am-6:30pm

Sunday

10:00am-6:00pm

10:00am-5:30pm

Pool closed to the public from 5:00pm-6:30pm Monday-Thursday for swim lessons

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 Manassas Park City Schools last day of operation.

BEFORE 4/15 $50 $80 $140 $40

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

AFTER 4/15 $75 $120 $210 $60

SIGNAL BAY WATERPARK DAILY RATES OVER 43” $8.00 $6.50 $8.00

Monday-Thursday 11:30am-5:00pm Monday-Thursday After 5:00pm Friday-Sunday All Day

UNDER 43” $7.00 $6.00 $7.00

SENIORS $5.00 $3.75 $5.00

UNDER 12 MONTHS FREE FREE FREE

• Resident is an individual/family who lives within the City Limits of Manassas Park or pays property taxes to the City. • Manassas Park Business 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 who does not reside or work within the City Limits of Manassas Park

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group exercise classes Ab Workout

Senior Yoga

Aqua Zumba®

SIT Fit

15 minutes of abdominal exercises to strengthen core muscles, spine, and torso. Improve your body’s overall functional strength, balance, and coordination.

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. You do not need to be a swimmer to take this class.

Aquasize

This class provides a low-impact, full body exercise while helping you tone your muscles.

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 breath awareness and relaxation.

Body Sculpting

A lightweight dumbbell workout moved to the beat of the music. Burn calories as you flow through a variety of exercises to sculpt and tone your body! You’ll notice improvements in your muscle tone, posture, balance, and strength.

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 physically or cognitively disabled adults.

Functional Fitness Flow

This class uses the resistance of water to challenge your muscles while allowing the buoyancy to ease the strain on the joints. The goal of this class is to increase your muscle strength, balance, flexibility, and range of motion.

Kickboxing

This exciting, fast paced, upbeat class is a fusion of boxing, martial arts, and aerobics, all performed rhythmically to music.

Restorative Aquafit

This low impact aqua class uses gentle movements that will help increase flexibility, range of motion, and strength.

Senior Strength and Stretch

This gentle yoga class is for individuals 60 years of age and up. Senior yoga will help to increase mobility, inspire tranquility, and promote an overall sense of well being.

SIT Fit is a low impact aerobics and strength training class for anyone needing the stability of a chair. This class is performed seated or standing behind a chair for stability.

Yoga Flow and Yin

This is a combination of gentle vinyasa flow yoga and yin yoga. Tune into your body and learn to synchronize breath and movement as you mindfully engage your muscles to support your body with integrity.

Zumba®

ZUMBA® is a program that fuses Latin and International music and dance themes that create a dynamic, exciting, and 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 customer service representative.

Fitness Orientation

Meet privately with one of our Certified Personal Trainers to discuss your overall fitness goals. Included in all memberships.

Fitness Assessment

Meet privately with one of our Certified Personal Trainers and receive a thorough fitness assessment. Included in all memberships.

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)

Designed to help seniors improve their cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength. Medicine balls, dumbbells, exercise bands, and stability balls will be incorporated into this functional, exciting, and low impact class.

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Aerobics Studio

Aerobics Studio

Aerobics Studio

Buddy Yoga

Senior Yoga

Yoga Flow and Yin 9:00am-9:50am

5:15pm-6:25pm

10:15am-11:00am

11:15am-11:45am

6:30pm-7:20pm 7:30pm-8:20pm

5:00pm-5:15pm

MONDAY

9:00am-9:50am

10:00am-10:50am

7:30pm-8:20pm

6:30pm-7:20pm

7:30pm-8:20pm

TUESDAY

9:00am-9:50am

7:00pm-7:50pm

10:15am-11:00am

6:00pm-6:50pm

WEDNESDAY

9:00am-9:50am

10:00am-10:50am

6:15pm-7:20pm

10:15am-11:00am

7:30pm-8:20pm

6:00pm-6:15pm

THURSDAY

9:00am-9:50am

FRIDAY

10:30am-11:20am

9:30am-10:20am

8:30am-9:20am

SATURDAY

GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES FREE WITH BASIC MEMBERSHIP AND ALL ACCESS PASSPORT MEMBERSHIP NON MEMBERS CAN DROP INTO ANY CLASS WITH DAILY DROP-IN RATE SUNDAY

Classes are subject to change. Notification will be made in the event that a class is cancelled. Sign up for text alerts: Text @MPGroupx to 81010. Check the group exercise calendar on our website for more information. Updated 2.7.2020

Pool

Aerobics Studio

Beginner Yoga

Restorative Aquafit

Aerobics Studio

Zumba

Pool

Aerobics Studio

SIT Fit

Functional Fitness Flow

Aerobics Studio

Senior Strength and Stretch

Pool

Aerobics Studio

Kickboxing

Aqua Zumba

Aerobics Studio

Boot Camp

Pool

Aerobics Studio

Body Sculpting

Aquasize

Aerobics Studio

LOCATION

Ab Workout

CLASSES

calendar

group exercise


swim lessons Adult Beginners

Preschool Level 2

(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. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR

(Ages 3-5) Parents are not in the water with children. Child should be able to demonstrate exit skills from Level 1. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR

DAY M/W Th Sa

TIME DATE 8:15am-8:55am 3/2-3/25 7:20pm-8:00pm 3/5-4/23 8:40am-9:20am 3/7-5/2*

DAY Sa

M/W

8:15am-8:55am 4/13-4/29*

*No class on 4/11 *only 6 lessons: $18/AAP; $30/M; $40/R; $50/NR

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8:15am-8:55am 5/4-5/29*

*No class on 5/25, make up class on 5/29

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7:20pm-8:00pm 5/7-6/25 8:40am-9:20am 5/9-6/27

TIME DATE 9:25am-9:55am 3/7-5/2* No class on 4/11

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12:10pm-12:40pm 3/2-3/25 5:30pm-6:00pm 3/2-3/25 12:10pm-12:40pm 4/13-4/29* 5:30pm-6:00pm 4/13-4/29*

*Only 6 lessons: $18/AAP; $30/M; $40/R; $50/NR

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12:10pm-12:40pm 5/4-5/29* 5:30pm-6:00pm 5/4-5/29*

*No class on 5/25, make up class on 5/29

Parent and Child

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(Ages 6 months-3 years) Parent in the water with child. Child is not comfortable in the water. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR

Preschool Level 3

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TIME DATE able to demonstrate exit skills from Level 2. 10:10am-10:40am 3/2-3/25 $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR 8:15am-8:45am 3/7-5/2* DAY TIME DATE *No class on 4/11 11:10am-11:40am 3/7-5/2* 10:10am-10:40am 4/13-4/29* Sa

*Only 6 lessons: $18/AAP; $30/M; $40/R; $50/NR

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10:10am-10:40am 5/4-5/29*

*No class on 5/25, make up class on 5/29

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(Ages 3-5) Child must be able to leave parent willingly. Parents are not in the water with child. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR

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TIME DATE 9:30am-10:00am 3/2-3/25 12:45pm-1:15pm 3/2-3/25 6:45pm-7:15pm 3/3-3/26 8:50am-9:20am 3/7-5/2*

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9:30am-10:00am 4/13-4/29* 12:45pm-1:15pm 4/13-4/29* 6:45pm-7:15pm 4/14-4/30*

*No class on 4/11

*Only 6 lessons: $18/AAP; $30/M; $40/R; $50/NR

9:30am-10:00am 5/4-5/29* 12:45pm-1:15pm 5/4-5/29* 5:00pm-5:30pm 5/4-5/29*

*No class on 5/25, make up class on 5/29

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*No class on 4/11

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11:20am-11:50am 3/2-3/25 5:00pm-5:30pm 3/2-3/25 11:20am-11:50am 4/13-4/29* 5:00pm-5:30pm 4/13-4/29*

Only 6 lessons: $18/AAP; $30/M; $40/R; $50/NR

Preschool Level 1

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5:00pm-5:30pm 5/5-5/28 9:25am-9:55am 5/9-6/27

6:45pm-7:15pm 5/5-5/28 8:50am-9:20am 5/9-6/27

11:20am-11:50am 5/4-5/29*

*No class on 5/25, make up class on 5/29

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5:35pm-6:05pm 5/5-5/28 11:10am-11:40am 5/9-6/27

School Age Level 1 (Ages 6-12) Children should be able to leave parents willingly and participate in a group setting. Introduction to water safety and basic swim skills. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR

DAY TIME DATE Sa 9:30am-10:00am 3/7-5/2* *No class on 4/11

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9:00am-9:30am 3/2-3/25 6:30pm-7:00pm 3/2-3/25 6:10pm-6:40pm 3/3-3/26 9:00am-9:30am 4/13-4/29* 6:30pm-7:00pm 4/13-4/29* 6:10pm-6:40pm 4/14-4/30*

*Only 6 lessons: $18/AAP; $30/M; $40/R; $50/NR

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9:00am-9:30am 5/4-5/29* 6:30pm-7:00pm 5/4-5/29*

*No class on 5/25, make up class on 5/29

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swim lessons Tu/Th Sa

6:10pm-6:40pm 5/5-5/28 9:30am-10:00am 5/9-6/27

School Age Level 2 (Ages 6-12) Children must be able to demonstrate exit skills from Level 1. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR

DAY TIME DATE Sa 10:45am-11:15am 3/7-5/2* *No class on 4/11

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6:00pm-6:30pm 3/2-3/25 6:00pm-6:30pm 4/13-4/29*

*Only 6 lessons: $18/AAP; $30/M; $40/R; $50/NR

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10:45am-11:15am 5/9-6/27 6:00pm-6:30pm 5/4-5/29*

No class on 5/25, make up class on 5/29

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6:15pm-6:45pm 5/5-5/28

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

DAY TIME DATE Sa 10:20am-11:00am 3/7-5/2* *No class on 4/11

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4:45pm-5:25pm 3/3-3/26 4:45pm-5:25pm 4/14-4/30*

*Only 6 lessons: $18/AAP; $30/M; $40/R; $50/NR

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10:20am-11:00am 5/9-6/27 7:45pm-8:25pm 5/4-5/29*

*No class on 5/25, make up class on 5/29

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4:45pm-5:25pm 5/5-5/28

School Age Level 4 (Ages 6-12) Children must be able to demonstrate exit skills from Level 3. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR

DAY TIME DATE Sa 10:00am-10:40am 3/7-5/2* *No class on 4/11

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5:25pm-6:05pm 3/3-3/26 5:25pm-6:05pm 4/14-4/30*

School Age Level 5/6 (Ages 6-12) Children must be able to demonstrate the exit skills from Level 4. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR

DAY TIME DATE Sa 11:15am-11:55am 3/7-5/2* *No class on 4/11

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7:00pm-7:40pm 3/2-3/25 7:00pm-7:40pm 4/13-4/29*

*Only 6 lessons: $18/AAP; $30/M; $40/R; $50/NR

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11:15am-11:55am 5/9-6/27 7:00pm-7:40pm 5/4-5/29*

*No class on 5/25, make up class on 5/29

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6:50pm-7:30pm 5/5-5/28

Teen Beginner Swim Lessons (Ages 12-17) Never had formal swim lessons? Not comfortable in the water? Why not have fun learning with a group of your peers? There is no time like the present! Knowing 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 M/W 4:25pm-4:55pm 3/2-3/25 M/W 4:25pm-4:55pm 4/13-4/29* Only 6 lessons: $18/AAP; $30/M; $40/R; $50/NR

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4:25pm-4:55pm 5/4-5/29*

*No class on 5/25, make up class on 5/29

Adapted Aquatics (Ages 5-18) We have designed a swimming program for individuals with disabilities 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 during the lesson. Aides 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 11:55am-12:25pm 3/7-5/2* *No class on 4/11

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11:55am-12:25pm 5/9-6/27

*Only 6 lessons: $18/AAP; $30/M; $40/R; $50/NR

Sa Tu/Th

10:00am-10:40am 5/9-6/27 5:25pm-6:05pm 5/5-5/28

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swim lessons

American Red Cross Lifeguard Course Must be at least 15 years old by last class. Participants must complete the online portion of the course prior to the first day of the class in order to participate. The online portion of the course can be accessed at: mpdpr.com/arc20. Prerequisites include swimming 300m, treading water for 1 minute without using arms, and a timed event. Upon completion of the course, participants will be certified in American Red Cross Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED for Lifeguards. Certification is valid for two years. If participants are interested in working at either at Signal Bay Waterpark or the indoor pool at the Manassas Park Community Center, please contact Sarah Barnett at s.barnett@manassasparkva.gov for a discounted lifeguard course option. $200/M; $210/R; $225/NR

SESSION 1 DAY TIME DATE F 4:00pm-9:00pm 2/14 Sa 8:00am-3:00pm 2/15 Su 10:00am-4:00pm 2/16

Now Hiring Lifeguards! Why lifeguard? •

Learn life-saving and customer service skills.

Learn to work in a team environment

Free training/certification

Paid orientation and in-service trainings

Free access to the Community Center (for you) and Signal Bay Waterpark (for you and your family).

Flexible hours

Promotion potential! 99% of head guards/pool managers are hired in-house.

Lifeguards are in high demand!

Where do I begin?

SESSION 2 DAY TIME DATE F 4:00pm-9:00pm 3/13 Sa 8:00am-3:00pm 3/14 Su 10:00am-4:00pm 3/15

Sign up for an interview and in-water pre-requisit testing: mpdpr.com/2020int

Complete and turn in your background check forms given to you at the interview.

Sign up for a lifeguard class: mpdpr.com/2020arc

SESSION 3 DAY TIME DATE F 4:00pm-9:00pm 4/3 Sa 8:00am-3:00pm 4/4 Su 10:00am-4:00pm 4/5

Complete the online portion of the lifeguard course prior to the first day of the in-water portion of the course: mpdpr. com/2020rc

SESSION 4 DAY TIME DATE F 4:00pm-9:00pm 4/24 Sa 8:00am-3:00pm 4/25 Su 10:00am-4:00pm 4/26

Use code: LIFEGUARD20 to sign up for the classf or FREE (your certification will only be valid atMPCC or SBWP). You must bring in or email a copy of your online course completion. See upcoming lifeguard courses available for registration on the left. For more information, contact Grace Cruz at G.Cruz@manassasparkva.gov

SESSION 5 DAY TIME DATE F Sa Su

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4:00pm-9:00pm 5/15 8:00am-3:00pm 5/16 10:00am-4:00pm 5/17

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aquatic information

MPCC Indoor Pool 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.

MPCC Pool Hours: Mon – Fri 8am-8:30pm; Sat 7am-6:30pm; Sun 10am-5:30pm Mon – Thurs from 5pm-6:30pm, pool is closed for swim lessons.

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signal bay waterpark Summer 2020 Operating Calendar Closed Open 11:30am-7:30pm

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Open 11:30am-4:30pm Open 3:30pm-7:30pm Open 11:00am-8:00pm

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 available.

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Signal Bay Waterpark Birthday Party Package Scheduling your child’s birthday party at Signal Bay Waterpark is easy! Just make a reservation at Signal Bay Waterpark or at the Manassas Park Community Center and we’ll take care of the rest!

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preschool recreation programs ◊ Program is included in All Access Passport

2020-2021 Preschool Registration (Ages 3-5) $162/AAP; $260/M; $280/R; $300/NR per month The City of Manassas Park, Parks and Recreation preschool is a licensed and Virginia Quality rated program. Our curriculum emphasizes recreation with creative programs that encourage participation. • Your child MUST be potty trained. • Parents must register online through Camp Doc (visit our website). • Upload child’s birth certificate, vaccine records, and health physical form through Camp Doc (visit our website). • Pay a $60 non-refundable annual registration fee. • New parents must attend a one-time orientation.

◊Spring Has Sprung◊ DAY TIME MONTHS M-F 8:30am-12:00pm Sep/Oct/Nov

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(Ages 3-5) Spring out the winter blues and welcome the warm weather with bright colors and new beginnings. In this class, students will learn how flowers bloom, how eggs hatch, and how insects grow. $50/M; $55/R; $60/NR

To participate, ALL children must be potty trained and not yet enrolled in Kindergarten.

DAY TIME DATE Tu 12:15pm-1:15pm 3/3-3/31

◊WCRB Dragon Tots◊ (Ages 3-4) WCRB’s Dragon Tots class is an early childhood development martial arts program taught by Master Geoff. This class focuses on courtesy, respect, and discipline. Students will develop fine and gross motor skills, and will also enhance their problem-solving skills while learning how to interact with others. This fun filled and fast-paced class will enhance your child’s development. $50/month for one class a week; $80/month for two classes a week; $100/month for three or more classes a week.

DAY TIME DATE M 12:15pm-1:00pm Ongoing W 12:15pm-1:00pm Ongoing

◊Me Gusta Spanish◊ (Ages 3-5) Students will learn the basics of Spanish through phonics, vocabulary, songs, rhymes, numbers, phrases, and hands-on activities. Introducing children to a different language at an early age opens their mind to a world full of possibilities and will allow them to embrace new cultures. $35/M; $40/R; $45/NR

◊Gym Jam◊ (Ages 4-5) Students will enjoy some classic gym games while developing coordination and gross motor skills. Games include kickball, freeze tag, and more. $50/M; $55/R; $60/NR

DAY TIME DATE M 12:15pm-1:15pm 3/3-4/7

◊Music Makers◊ (Ages 3-5) In this class, students will learn about music and instruments. Using child-safe tools and supplies, they’ll make their own instruments and learn how to play them! $50/M; $55/R; $60/NR

DAY TIME DATE Tu 12:15pm-1:15pm 4/14-5/12

DAY TIME DATE W 12:15pm-1:15pm 3/4-3/25 Th 12:15pm-1:15pm 3/5-3/26 W 12:15pm-1:15pm 4/1-4/29 Th 12:15pm-1:15pm 4/2-4/30 W 12:15pm-1:15pm 5/6-5/27 Th 12:15pm-1:15pm 5/7-5/28

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school age recreation programs 2019-2020 Extended Care Extended Care follows the licensing standards of the State of Virginia, Department of Social Services. Our Before and After school care is for children in Kindergarten through 5th grade attending City of Manassas Park Schools. We offer themed activities, which include arts and crafts, games, sports, and swimming in a fun, supervised environment! At no additional cost, teacher work days, school breaks, and some holidays are covered by full day care from 6:00am-7:00pm. Call for Punch Card/drop-in rates. (PM Punch Cards cover full service days.) Parents must: • Submit a completed “Payment Selection” form to the Front Desk or email to contact listed on form. (Form can be found at http://www. mpdpr.com/extcare) • Pay a $60 non-refundable annual registration fee per child. • Complete online registration form. An invitation for online registration will be emailed to you. You will need a copy of your child’s birth certificate during online registration. Physical and vaccine records will be requested from the schools. • Attend a mandatory orientation (only for new registrations).

BEFORE SCHOOL CARE $63/AAP; $105/M/R

SESSION TIME DATE 15 6:00am-7:30am 3/9-3/20 16 6:00am -7:30am 3/23-4/3 17 6:00am -7:30am 4/6-4/17 18 6:00am -7:30am 4/20-5/1 19 6:00am -7:30am 5/4-5/15 20 6:00am -7:30am 5/18-5/29 21 6:00am -7:30am 6/1-6/12 AFTER SCHOOL CARE $87/AAP; $145/M/R

SESSION TIME DATE 15 3:10pm-7:00pm 3/9-3/20 16 3:10pm-7:00pm 3/23-4/3 17 3:10pm-7:00pm 4/6-4/17 18 3:10pm-7:00pm 4/20-5/1 19 3:10pm-7:00pm 5/4-5/15 20 3:10pm-7:00pm 5/18-5/29 21 3:10pm-7:00pm 6/1-6/12 BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL CARE $123/AAP; $205/M/R

SESSION TIME DATE 15 6:00am-7:30am/3:10pm-7:00pm 3/9-3/20 16 6:00am-7:30am/3:10pm-7:00pm 3/23-4/3 17 6:00am-7:30am/3:10pm-7:00pm 4/6-4/17 18 6:00am-7:30am/3:10pm-7:00pm 4/20-5/1 19 6:00am-7:30am/3:10pm-7:00pm 5/4-5/15 20 6:00am-7:30am/3:10pm-7:00pm 5/18-5/29 21 6:00am-7:30am/3:10pm-7:00pm 6/1-6/12

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GENERAL ◊WCRB Youth Mixed Martial Arts◊ (Ages 6-13) WCRB’s Youth MMA Class is for students with or without prior training. With emphasis on courtesy, discipline, and respect, students will learn a mixture of several different art forms. This youth MMA program is combined with WCRB’s Academic Excellence program to maximize your child’s learning experience. This is a whiteto-black belt course with testing two to four times a year. $50/month for one class a week; $80/month for two classes a week; $100/month for three or more class week.

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TIME DATE 6:00pm-6:55pm Ongoing 7:00pm-7:55pm Ongoing

◊WCRB Ninja Warriors◊ (Ages 6-13) WCRB’s Ninja Warrior class is for junior ninjas in training! With emphasis on courtesy, discipline and respect, students will work on balance, flexibility, ninja defensive tools, techniques, and WCRB Karate. This fun-filled and fast-paced class also helps develop handeye coordination and spatial awareness using nunchakus and other child safe weapons. This is a white-to-black belt with testing two to four times a year. $50/month for one class a week; $80/month for two classes a week; $100/month for three or more classes a week.

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◊Check Mate Chess Club◊ (Ages 6-11) Chess is a game that requires strategy, patience, and practice. Come learn the finer points of Chess with our highly skilled and trained US Chess Federation instructor German Gonzalez. All skill levels are welcome. FREE/M; Drop-In Rate/NR

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school age recreation programs

◊ Program is included in All Access Passport

◊Youth Art◊

◊Math Tutoring◊

(Ages 7-11) In this class, participants will unleash their inner artist. With a new art project each week, the creative possibilities are endless! No previous art experience is needed to participate. $30/M; $30/R; $35/NR

(Ages K-12) Students can receive help on assignments, corrections, and test preparation on subjects such as pre-algebra, algebra 1-2, geometry, calculus, and more. This tutoring course also includes SOL, SAT, and GED exam prep. $8/M; $10/R; $12/NR

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◊Card Making◊ (Ages 5-12) Although they make small gifts, cards always keep special memories and moments alive. Participants will use stickers, stamps, markers, and other materials to create special, one-of-a-kind gift cards. Must register for each monthly session separately. $10/M; $15/R; $20/NR

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4:40pm-5:20pm 3/3-3/24 4:40pm-5:20pm 4/7-4/28 4:40pm-5:20pm 5/5-5/26

◊Scrapbooking◊ (Ages 5-12) Using pictures, stickers, stamps, colored pencils, and other materials, participants will learn to create beautiful scrapbook pages with varying themes New project each week. Must register for each monthly session separately. $25/M; $30/R; $35/NR

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4:40pm-5:20pm 3/5-3/26 4:40pm-5:20pm 4/9-4/30 4:40pm-5:20pm 5/7-5/28

◊Me Gusta Spanish - Older Kids◊ (Ages 6-12) This beginner level Spanish class indroduces students to the basics of the language through vocabulary, songs, games, and more. Participants will also learn about different Spanish cultures around the world. $35/M; $40/R; $45/NR

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4:40pm-5:30pm 3/4-3/25 4:40pm-5:30pm 3/6-3/27 4:40pm-5:30pm 4/1-4/22 4:40pm-5:30pm 4/3-4/24 4:40pm-5:30pm 5/6-5/27 4:40pm-5:30pm 5/8-5/29

10:00am-12:00pm 3/7-5/30

◊Basic Beginner Hand Sewing◊ (Ages 8-12) Students will learn different types of stitches and cutting techniques in this entry level sewing class. Using fabric, needles, scissors, and cutting boards, they will create two projects- a pincushion and a personalized pillow to take home. Students should bring 1/2 yard of 100% cotton fabric or two fat quarters and a spool of thread to class. *No class on 5/23. $35/M; $40/R; $45/NR

DAY TIME DATE Sa 9:30am-12:00pm 3/7-3/28 Sa 9:30am-12:00pm 5/2-5/30*

◊Crafty Kid Workshop◊ (Ages 8-12) In this class, we’ll learn to craft household entertainment items like kites, model cars, and more using foam, plastic, wood, and metal. Students will use small tools such as hot glue, exactor knives, drills, and more. $35/M; $40/R; $45/NR

DAY TIME DATE Sa 1:30pm-3:30pm 3/7-3/28

◊Kids Cupcake and Cookie Decorating Demo◊ (Ages 5-12) In this class, participants will learn how to make and color buttercream frosting and how to fill a piping bag. They will also learn how to decorate cupcakes and cookies three ways using frosting, candy, and other edible decorations. $10M; $15/R; $20/NR

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school age recreation programs ◊Hairstyle How-To◊

◊MPCC Basketball Shooting Clinic◊

(Ages 7-12) Participants will learn how to do basic hairstyles such as ponytails, buns, pigtails, braids, and more using mannequins. Individual combs, hair ties, and accessories will be provided to help students style their own hair at home. $30/M; $35/R; $40/NR

(Ages 8-11) A simple and powerful way to learn how shooting. This clinic will help your athlete improve their accuracy, consistency, and repeatability- the components of great shooting! No class on 5/2. $65/M; $70/R; $75/NR

DAY TIME DATE Tu 5:15pm-6:15pm 3/10-3/31 Tu 5:15pm-6:15pm 4/7-4/28 Tu 5:15pm-6:15pm 5/5-5/26

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◊Piano Lessons with Ms. Alanna◊ (Ages 6-11) Students will learn the basics of piano. Groups of two students share 30-minute sessions. Students will learn to play songs, read music, rhythms, and music theory. Students should have a keyboard or piano at home to practice. All students must purchase a workbook for $8. $115/M; $125/R; $135/NR

DAY TIME DATE W 6:00pm-6:30pm 3/11-5/13 W 6:30pm-7:00pm 3/11-5/13 W 7:00pm-7:30pm 3/11-5/13 W 7:30pm-8:00pm 3/11-5/13 W 8:00pm-8:30pm 3/11-5/13

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◊Youth Beginner Lacrosse Clinic◊ (Ages 7-12) MPCC was awarded a grant by US Lacrosse, providing sticks, balls, goals, and free Us Lacrosse Memberships for participants! In this beginner level lacrosse clinic, participants will learn stick handling, shooting, defense, fast breaks, and face-offs taught by an experienced instructor. No equipment is required, but a mouthpiece is encouraged. No class on 5/23. $10/M; $15/R; $20/NR

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◊Ragdoll Making Workshop - Part One◊ (Ages 8-12) in this class, participants will learn to create a 15-inch ragdoll using fabric and other items. They will also learn how to make clothing for the gifure using different child-safe tools and supplies. Hand and/or machine skills are necessary for this class. No class on 5/23. $35/M; $40/R; $45/NR

(Ages K-12) In this class, students will learn to make tasty and healthy snacks that everyone will love. $40/M; $45/R; $50/NR

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DAY TIME DATE Sa 12:00pm-1:00pm 3/14-3/28

◊Mother’s Day Gift Making◊

◊Basic Sewing Machine for Beginners◊ (Ages 8-12) In this class, students will learn to operate and care for a sewing machine by threading, running bobbins, changing needles, and adjusting attachments. The goal of this class is to learn how to insert elastic, zippers, buttons, and more. $35/M; $40/R; $45/NR

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◊Simply Science◊ (Ages K-12) Science is everywhere! Students will explore the world around them through interactive, hands-on experiments and activities. Each class will have a different theme. $40/M; $45/R; $50/NR

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(Ages K-12) Celebrate moms and join us in creating a special one-ofa-kind gift for Mother’s Day! $40/M; $45/R; $50/NR

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MARCH - MAY Monday

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Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Get Up And Move

Circuit Workout 4:30pm-5:30pm

Pickleball 5:00pm-6:00pm

Drop-in Soccer 4:15pm-5:15pm

P.E. Games 4:00pm-5:00pm

Drop-In Basketball 3:00pm-6:00pm

Connect with Your Community

Movie Monday 4:30pm-6:45pm

Homework Help 4:15pm-5:15pm

Badges for Baseball 4:00pm-5:30pm

Kitchen Creativity with Ms. Gina 4:30pm-5:45pm

Video Game Tournament 5:00pm-7:00pm

Learn Something New

Career Launch 3:30pm-4:30pm

Hairstyle How-To 5:15pm-6:15pm

Volunteer Club 4:30pm-6:00pm

Garden to Table 4:00pm-5:00pm

Songwriting 4:30pm-6:30pm

Teen Center Hours:

Monday – Thursday: 2:45pm – 7:00pm Friday: 2:45pm – 8:00pm

Teen ID Policy: Teens between ages 12-15, including those

Manassas Park Teen Passport Welcome to the Teen Passport specifically for teens in 6 -12 grades! The Teen Passport membership is $20.00 per month. Teens can earn points toward their Teen Passport each month with good grades, community service, and by volunteering. When a teen earns 20 points, their next month is FREE! th

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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 $5.00 drop-in on their next visit.

programs, instructional classes, and more! Plus take advantage of the Teen Center, featuring computers, a TV, PS4, Xbox, foosball, ping-pong 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 $2.00 drop-in rate.

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teen recreation programs Get Up and Move

Movie Mondays

Circuit Workout Looking to get a full body workout after school? Try our new and improved Circuit Workout! Whether you’re interested in challenging exercises or light cardio, we’ll provide you with tips to help you push yourself.

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

Drop-in Soccer Come over to the Community Center after school and enjoy a few games of soccer! Our indoor and outdoor spaces make it easy to play with any weather.

P.E. Games Can’t get enough of P.E. games in school? Each Thursday, we’ll get together and play some of your favorites like dodgeball, badminton, flag football, and more.

Pickleball When you mix tennis with badminton, you get Pickleball. This is one of the fastest growing sports in the country, and we have it right here at the Community Center. Once you play, you’ll be hooked!

Every Monday, the Teen Center turns into a mini movie theater. Grab a spot on the couch with some candy or popcorn and enjoy a great film. We may watch anything from Disney classics, to motivational movies, to some of the newest releases. All films are rated G - PG-13.

Video Game Tournament Do you think you’re the best at Fortnite, Madden, NBA 2K, FIFA, or any other video games? Come put your skills to the test against other teens, and staff, in weekly tournaments in the Teen Center. Prizes will be awarded to the winner.

Learn Something New Career Launch Are you thinking about getting a summer job? If so, this is the perfect time for you to work with Teen Staff! They will help you create a resume, cover letters, and teach you some of the basics of interviewing to help you feel prepared for future employment.

Garden to Table We have a teen created and sustained garden at the Community Center! We will plant lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, and more. Our group meets once a week to plant, water, harvest, and discuss plans for the garden. You will be able to take the vegetables home or use them in a recipe in our cooking class at the Community Center

Hairstyle How-To

Connect with Your Community

Learn how to do basic hairstyles like ponytails, buns, pigtails, braids, and more! Using individual combs and accessories, you can practice on mannequins and then style your own hair.

Badges for Baseball The Cal Ripken Foundation, in partnership with the U.s. Department of Justice, created Badges for Baseball- a program that pairs law enforcement professionals as mentors with youth from communitybased organizations.

Homework Help Need a little extra help with homework? Our recreation leaders are here to help you succeed in school. Bring your questions to us, and we will work together to help you understand your homework or prepare for a test.

Songwriting In this class, students will learn about different writing techniques and will experience group collaborations to help build confidence. We’ll share our music in a safe and constructive environment.

Volunteer Club Do you love your Community and want to give back, or need community service hours for school? We invite you to join us on Tuesdays for new, safe, and exciting volunteer opprtunities around the Community Center.

Kitchen Creativity with Ms. Gina Bring an appetite to this class! Participants will learn how to meaure, prepare, and make healthy and delicious meals in this culinary exploration class. 3/12, 4/16, 5/14.

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teen recreation programs ◊Math Tutoring◊ (Ages 12+) Middle and high school students can receive help on assignments, corrections, or test preparation for a variety of subjects such as algebra, geometry, calculus, and more.

DAY TIME DATE Sa 10:00am-12:00pm 3/7-5/30

◊WCRB Teen Mixed Martial Arts◊ (Ages 13-17) WCRB’s Teen MMA Class is for students with or without prior training. With emphasis on courtesy, discipline and respect. Students will learn a mixture of several different art forms. The TMMA program is combined with our academic excellence program for maximization of your child’s learning experience. This is a belt class from white to black with testing two to four times a year. $50/Month for one class a week; $80/ Month for two classes a week; $100/ Month for three or more classes a week.

DAY TIME DATE W 5:00pm-5:55pm Ongoing

GENERAL ◊MP3◊ MP3 (Manassas Park 3 o’clock Club) is a non-licensed program operated by the City of Manassas Park, Department of Parks and Recreation. The program is lightly supervised for your teen to have a safe and fun place to be after school. The program emphasizes recreation with creative programs and materials that encourage and invite participation. Recreation Leaders guide students in activities that allow the participants to learn. Teens will choose and participate in group activities that are fun, safe, and challenging. MP3 is developed for teens in grades 6-8. MP3 is hosted Monday-Friday during the school year from 2:45pm-7:00pm. Transportation is provided from Manassas Park Middle School to the Community Center. MP3 does not meet on holidays or teacher workdays. Must pre-register.

◊Naginata◊ (Ages 14+) Naginata is an ancient Japanese weapon used by Samurai men and women. Sensei Djinn teaches the martial art form of Atarashii Naginata. All experience levels are welcome and loaner equipment is available. A one-time registration fee of $60 is required. $30/month

DAY TIME DATE Su 12:00pm-2:00pm Ongoing F 7:00pm-9:00pm Ongoing

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COMMITTEES Teen Advisory Committee

We are looking for outgoing and involved teens to help shape and plan our teen programs and events. The Teen Advisory Board is a group of teens that want to have their voices heard! DAY TIME Second Friday of the month

4:00pm-5:00pm

AQUATICS Teen Beginner Swim Lessons (Ages 12-17) Never had formal swim lessons? Not comfortable in the water? Why not have fun learning with a group of your peers? Knowing 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 M/W 4:25pm-4:55pm 3/2-3/25 M/W 4:25pm-4:55pm 4/13-4/29* *Only 6 lessons: $18/AAP; $30/M; $40/R; $50/NR

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adult recreation programs ◊Naginata◊

◊Easy Plant-Based Meals◊

(Ages 14+) Naginata is an ancient Japanese weapon used by Samurai men and women. Sensei Djinn teaches the martial art form of Atarashii Naginata. All experience levels are welcome and loaner equipment is available. A one-time registration fee of $60 is required. $30/month

(Ages 18+) Enjoy samples, tastings, and take-home recipes while learning how to make quick and easy plant-based meals and snacks for your family. FREE/M; Drop-in rate for non-members

DAY TIME DATE F 7:00pm-9:00pm Ongoing Su 12:00pm-2:00pm Ongoing

◊WCRB Adult MMA Class◊ (Ages 18+) With emphasis on spatial awareness, self-discipline, and self-defense, students will learn a mixture of several different martial art forms. Students will be empowered and excited to rise to the challenge of this class. This is a white-to-black belt course with testing two to four times a year. $50/month for one class a week.

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TIME DATE 8:00pm-8:55pm Ongoing 7:00pm-7:55pm Ongoing

◊Beginning Watercolor for Adults◊ (Ages 13+) Join us for a relaxing and fun art class. No art experience is needed to participate! We’ll paint landscapes, seascapes, still life, and more. $30/M; $30/R; $35/NR

DAY TIME DATE Tu 6:00pm-7:30pm 3/24

◊Easter Bunny Cake◊ (Ages 18+) In this class, participants will learn how to level, ice, and stack a cake. They will also crumb coat and learn to decorate a fun bunny cake just in time for Easter. $30/M; $35/R; $40/NR

DAY TIME DATE M 5:30pm-8:00pm 4/6

◊Digital Scrapbooking with PaintShop Pro◊ (Ages 18+) Want to create beautiful scrapbook pages without the mess? PaintShop Pro allows you to learn this and much more! This powerful graphics program is fun and easy to learn. We will download and use a free 30-day trial through the duration of the class. Participants must bring a laptop. $5/M; $10/R; $15/NR

DAY TIME DATE Tu 11:00am-12:00pm 4/7-4/28

◊Intro to Pickleball◊

DAY TIME DATE Sa 9:00am-11:00am 3/7-3/14 Sa 9:00am-11:00am 4/11-4/18 Sa 9:00am-11:00am 5/9-5/16

(Ages 16+) Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Join us and see what all the talk is about. This introductory class is designed to teach you the basics directly from some of our most dedicated pickleball players. Bring a water bottle and comfortable shoes to get in on the action! $25/M; $30/R; $35/NR

◊Exploring Plant-Based Eating◊

DAY TIME DATE Tu 11:00am-12:00pm 5/12-5/26

(Ages 18+) Curious about meat-free meals? Join Patricia Haddock for an upbeat class on the many benefits of plant-based eating! We’ll go over cooking tips, meal ideas, and recipes. Members/FREE; Drop-in rate for non-members.

DAY TIME DATE Tu

6:00pm-7:00pm 3/10

◊Essential Oils 101◊ (Ages 18+) Learn the benefits of essential oils and how to apply them to give your home a natural makeover. 7/M; $10/R; $13/NR

DAY TIME DATE Th 7:00pm-8:00pm 3/19 Th 7:00pm-8:00pm 4/16

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◊Essential Oils of the Bible◊ (Ages 18+) Oils are documented throughout history in dozens of cultures for use in health care, food preparation, religious ceremonies, beauty care, and more. Experience The Oils of the bible and see how an anointment was done! Participants are encouraged to bring their Bibles for reference. $8/M; $11/R; $14/NR

DAY TIME DATE Th 6:30pm-8:00pm 5/21

Hand Dancing Taught by The 7 Step Hand Academy, Inc. The 7 Step Hand Dance Academy specializes in the African-American art form of hand dancing. Hand dancing combines sophisticated slick moves with rhythmic footwork that allow dancers to blend their creative talents into showcase artistry. Beginner and Advanced Beginner classes are available. To register, please contact Ray Morton at rstrdm@aol.com. No class 6/9 and 6/16. $100

DAY TIME DATE Su 2:30pm-3:30pm (Line Dance) 4/19-7/12 3:30pm-4:30pm (Hand Dance Beg.) 4/19-7/12 4:30pm-5:30pm (Hand Dance Int.) 4/19-7/12

LEAGUES Manassas Park Adult Spring Basketball League (Ages 18+) Does your team have what it takes to hold up the championship trophy at the end of the season? If you think so, then get your squad together and be a part of the 2020 spring basketball season. Each team will play a guaranteed eight games. Season starts in May. Games can be played twice a week. Games will be played at 8:00pm or 9:00pm. Teams must pay registration fee before the first scheduled game. $550 per team

DAY TIME DATE M/W 8:00pm-9:00pm TBD

Manassas Park Adult Over 35+ Spring Basketball League (Ages 35+) Does your team have what it takes to hold up the championship trophy at the end of the season? If you think so, then get your squad together and be a part of the 2020 spring basketball season. Each team will play a guaranteed eight games. Games will be played on Sundays. Season starts in May. Games will be played at 3:00pm, 4:00pm or 5:00pm. Teams must pay registration fee before the first scheduled game. $550 per team

DAY TIME DATE Su 3:00pm/4:00pm/5:00pm TBD

DROP-IN ACTIVITIES ◊Pickleball◊ Want to play one of the country’s fastest growing sports? We’ve got you covered. Bring your friends and get some games going in the gymnasium. Nets available upon request. Pick-up games will be selfofficiated. FREE/M; Drop-in rate for non-members

DAY TIME DATE M-F 8:00am-11:00am Ongoing

◊Basketball Drop-In◊ On Tuesday nights and Saturday afternoons, come to the Community Center for pick-up participant-officiated basketball games. FREE/M; Drop-in rate for non-members

DAY TIME DATE Sa 3:00pm-6:00pm Ongoing

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senior recreation programs

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

MARCH – MAY. Friday

Pickleball 8:00am – 10:00am

Pickleball 8:00am – 10:00am

Aquasize 9:00am – 9:50am

Pickleball 8:00am – 10:00am

Pickleball 8:00am – 10:00am

Aquasize 9:00am – 9:50am

Restorative Aquafit 9:00am – 9:50am

Senior Strength and Stretch 10:15am – 11:00am

Aqua Zumba 9:30am – 10:20am

SIT Fit 9:00am – 9:50am

Functional Fitness Senior Yoga Senior Socials Flow 10:15am – 11:00am 10:00am – 10:50am 10:30am – 12:00pm Restorative Aquafit Beginning Watercolor 10:30am – 11:20am Color n’ Coffee Puzzle Mania 12:30pm-2:30pm 11:00am – 12:00pm 11:00am – 12:00pm (3/2-3/16, 4/6-4/20, 5/4-

Walking Club 9:00am – 10:00am

Social Knitting/ Crocheting 11:15am – 12:15am

Plarning 9:00am – 12:00pm

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Card Shark 11:00am – 12:30am

Bored-um Busters Game Time 11:30am – 12:30pm

Coffee Klatch Potluck Social (Bi-monthly) 11:30am – 1:00pm

Scrabble Club 10:30am – 12:00pm

Computer Help Desk 1:00pm – 2:00pm

All classes (except swim lessons) are included FREE of charge with the Senior Passport. Our Senior Passport Program is for individuals 60 years of age and older. Membership is $20 per month for non-residents of Manassas Park and $10 per month for residents. Membership includes all the benefits of our Basic Membership, as well as access to all senior programs (excluding swim lessons) at no additional charge. Enjoy our potlucks, socials, the wellness area, pool, and more! Non-members may enroll in any of these classes individually by paying the $2.00 daily drop-in rate. *Times, dates, and activities are subject to change. Please be sure to check out our Senior Board located behind the Front Desk for senior happenings and news.

We are seeking Senior Volunteers to teach our senior classes! Contact Sue Jurjevic at 703-335-8872 if interested in volunteering or have questions about senior activities.

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senior recreation programs *program is self-facilitated

Aquasize Take a step into the pool to keep up your muscle tone

Restorative Aquafit KThis poolexercise class puts the needs of

and get the low impact, full-body exercise you’ve been looking for.

participants into action by offering low-impact exercises that anyone can handle. Our heated indoor pool will help relax achy muscles and

Aqua Zumba This class provides a relaxing workout in the pool following a rhythmic routine.

joints to put a spring to your step.

Beginning Watercolor for Seniors Join us for a relaxing

*Scrabble Club Let Scrabble test your vocabulary and exercise

and fun beginner watercolor class! No art experience is necessary to participate. We will paint landscapes, seascapes, still life, and more. 3/2-3/16, 4/6-4/20, 5/4-5/18

your brain.

Senior Socials One of the longest running programs in Manassas

board games like Parcheesi, chess, and checkers? Join us for a good challenge filled with laughs and hot topics among friends.

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. See the Senior Board for activities schedule.

*Card Shark Bring a friend and revisit some classic card games

Senior Strength and Stretch A Community Center favorite

*Bored-um Busters Game Time Do you enjoy classic

like Rummy, UNO, and Spoons. Use those solitaire skills you’ve been practicing on your phone and partner up for double solitaire.

Coffee Klatch Potluck Join us for our bi-monthly potluck gettogether! You’ll find great food, fellowship, and an occasional guest speaker or themed social. April/June

Color n’ Coffee Reap the benefits of expressing yourself, all while socializing. Join us for coffee and adult coloring.

Computer Help Desk Do you wish to learn how to use a

among seniors! This class is geared for individuals of all shapes, sizes, and mobility levels. You’ll be able to get a great challenging workout that is low impact enough to meet your needs.

Senior Yoga Flexibility and strengthening your core are keys to this class that is specifically for seniors. The class can be adapted for individuals that have limited mobility.

SIT Fit SIT Fit is a low impact aerobics and strength training class for anyone needing the stability of a chair. This class is performed seated or standing behind a chair for stability.

computer or how to work a particular program on a laptop? Perhaps you’re just trying to figure out how to send an e-mail? We have partnered with Storage Strategies, Inc. (SSI) for instruction on computer help for beginners and beyond.

*Social Knitting/Crocheting Bring a project or start a

Functional Fitness Flow This class uses the resistance of

Walking Club Calling all walkers! As we walk and talk, you will

water to challenge your muscles while allowing the buoyancy to ease the strain on the joints. The goal of this class is to increase your muscle strength, balance, flexibility, and range of motion.

new one with us for a relaxing morning of knitting, crocheting, and socializing. Share ideas and create items such as dishcloths, baby Afghans, and unity scarves. be hitting your stride and realizing the heart benefits of a 1,000 steps. Bring comfortable walking shoes, a water bottle, and your favorite ball cap! In the event of rain, our activity will be indoors.

Pickleball This sport is described as a combination of tennis and badminton. It is also a fun and great way to get exercise. This is one of the fastest-growing sports in the country and has gained much popularity at the Community Center.

Plarning Plarn is plastic bag yarn! Come together with friends to

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crochet shower mats, hats, bags, and more. You do not need to know how to crochet. You can come and help cut and roll bags all while socializing with the group.

Sign up to receive text alerts directly to your mobile device including inclement weather notices, cancellations, or unplanned closures.

*Puzzle Mania Keep those critical thinking skills honed and

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collaborate on a group puzzle, Sudoku, or crosswords.

MPCC Gymnasium: @MPCCGym

Simply text any of the codes below to 81010.

MPCC Pool: @MPCCPool Signal Bay Waterpark: @MPSBWP Group Exercise Classes: @MPGroupx

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therapeutic recreation programs

Manassas Park Buddy Club

Take One Drama Troupe

(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. $2.00 Drop-in rate for non-members. $20/month

(Ages 17+) Take One Drama Troupe is a group of talented individuals with developmental/cognitive disabilities. We perform twice a year, with 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. Show date-5/29. $65 per participant.

DAY TIME DATE M/Tu/Th 10:00am-2:30pm Ongoing

Adapted Aquatics

DAY TIME DATE W 6:00pm-7:00pm 3/25-5/26

(Ages 5-18) We have designed a swimming program for individuals with disabilities 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 during the lesson. Aides provided at no additional charge if arranged with the Aquatics Manager in advance. Contact Grace Cruz at 703.335.8872 or g.cruz@manassasparkva.gov. $27/AAP; $45/M; $55/R; $65/NR

DAY TIME DATE Sa 11:55pm-12:25pm 3/7-5/2* *No class on 4/11

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On Tuesday, July 7th, 2015 in honor of Department of Parks and Recreation Director, Catherine Morretta, Jamie and Patty Baisden of QMT Windchimes annouced the formation of the Catherine’s Caring Hands Scholarship. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. If awarded a scholarship, families will be responsible for 10% of the program cost. For more information about scholarship opportunities, contact Amelia Powell at A.Powell@manassasparkva.gov

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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.

Visit our New Rider page at

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

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. Transit services provided by the Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission.

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

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