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LINE-UP

SPRING 2020 MARCH | APRIL | MAY

Registration begins February 10


ERBM Recreation & Park District Info

ERBM RECREATION & PARK DISTRICT 101 Ute Road, Meeker, CO 81641 www.ERBMrec.com | 970-878-3403

TABLE OF CONTENTS ERBM Recreation & Park District Info

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Special Events

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Community (All Ages)

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Tot to Kinder (0-6)

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Youth (6-17)

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Adult (18+)

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Active Adult (55+)

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Upcoming Events

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Meeker Golf Course

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Parks & Trails Information

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Locations, Policies, & Procedures

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HOW TO REGISTER In Person: Visit Guest Services at the Meeker Recreation Center. By Phone: Call 970-878-3403. Visit page 27 for more information.

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MEEKER RECREATION CENTER HOURS

Monday–Thursday...................5:00am–8:30pm Friday.....................................5:00am–7:00pm Saturday...................................8:00am–6:00pm Sunday...................................11:00am–6:00pm

SPRING POOL HOURS Spring hours begin February 10.

Adult Swim (13 & Older) Monday–Thursday..................5:00am–10:30am Friday........................................5:00am–8:00am Open Swim Monday–Thursday................10:30am–6:30pm Friday.....................................8:00am–6:30pm Saturday.............................11:00am–5:00pm Sunday.................................11:00am–5:00pm Schedule also on page 6. Visit www.ERBMrec.com or call 970-878-3403 for current pool hours.

EXPECTED CLOSURES/MODIFIED HOURS April 12: CLOSED (Easter Sunday) May 19-24: CLOSED (Annual Shutdown) May 25: CLOSED (Memorial Day) September 7: CLOSED (Labor Day) November 26-27: CLOSED (Thanksgiving Holiday) December 25-26: CLOSED (Christmas Holiday) Visit www.ERBMrec.com for all updates on closures and modified hours.


As with most public agencies, an annual budget for the calendar year is adopted at ERBM's regular December Board of Director’s meeting. Some of the larger capital projects approved in 2020 are outlined below, as well as some of the great programs coming your way this spring. First, the long-anticipated pond project at Circle Park is scheduled to ramp up during the late summer and fall months. Several important items were required in order to make this project a reality, including: a new water right application in conjunction with CPW, cultural resources and environmental assessments, compensatory wetland mitigation, US Army Corps permitting, FEMA flood plain modeling, grants administration, as well as legal work to finalize easements with Highland Cemetery District, WREA, and the Town of Meeker. In collaboration with numerous public and private partners, ERBM is excited to finalize this one-acre fishing pond with associated amenities such as a walking path, new timber pavilion, and fishing pier that will provide sustainable trout fishing at this accessible in-town park location for both residents and visitors alike. Project details are available on the District’s website and construction updates will also be posted online, in the Rio Blanco Herald Times, as well as on-site at Circle Park. ERBM has also budgeted to begin planning additional work at Circle Park to update important infrastructure components including, but not limited to, riverbank stabilization, parking, lighting, fencing, and signage, as well as the possibility of further river corridor enhancements. Feedback received from the recent Meeker Moving Forward community survey indicated that improved access to the in-town river corridor was a high priority area for consideration. In anticipation of submitting a sizeable grant application at the end of 2020 toward this proposed collaborative project, community and stakeholder input will be collected and conceptual designs developed throughout the year with the intent of implementing the desired next phase of improvements conceivably starting in 2021. Finally, some substantial renovation and repair projects are slated for 2020, including LED lighting at the Paintbrush Park baseball field. This state-of-the-art MUSCO lighting system was installed on the softball field in 2019 and provides a tremendous improvement in the quality, efficiency, and longevity of this equipment. The Meeker Recreation Center natatorium will require some significant structural and operational updates in the form of a new roof structure, as well as a redesigned boiler system due to deteriorated conditions resulting from original design flaws in both of these areas. These critical updates are just a few examples of the many ways ERBM is working to live out its “stewardship” core value by caring for and preserving the tremendous resources we’ve been entrusted with as an agency.

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT

Another ERBM core value is “quality experiences” and this spring’s program Line-Up has many great offerings in queue for you and your family to take part in, including: a special pool party in March, the always popular Father Daughter Ball and Mother Son Bowling events, Arbor Day essay contest and planting ceremony in April, and of course the 20th Annual Dance and Tumbling Recital in May which will take place in the Elementary School Gymnasium this year. There’s plenty going on at ERBM in 2020 and we hope you and your family will get involved and find your fit among all the recreational, cultural, and outdoor experiences available as we collectively seek to improve well-being and promote a vibrant community here in Eastern Rio Blanco County!

Executive Director Sean VonRoenn

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MISSION STATEMENT

The ERBM Recreation & Park District creates year-round recreational, cultural, and outdoor experiences that improve well-being and promote a vibrant community for the residents, visitors, and future generations of Eastern Rio Blanco County.

CORE VALUES

Open Communication • Operational Excellence • Quality Experiences Respect • Service • Stewardship • Trust

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Kent Walter

STAFF DIRECTORY Sean VonRoenn Executive Director sean@ERBMrec.com 970-878-7410 Dondi Glasscock Administrative Services Manager dondi@ERBMrec.com 970-878-7414 Shelly Rogers Recreation Manager shelly@ERBMrec.com 970-878-7415

Rodney Gerloff Parks & Facilities Manager rodney@ERBMrec.com 970-878-7420 Cathy Kiser Human Resources Administrator cathy@ERBMrec.com 970-878-7417 Katie Day Recreation Supervisor– General katie@ERBMrec.com 970-878-7424

President

Krista Benner Recreation Supervisor– Aquatics krista@ERBMrec.com 970-878-7427 Thomas Griffin Parks & Maintenance Supervisor thomas@ERBMrec.com 970-878-7407 Vonni Massey Administrative Services Supervisor vonni@ERBMrec.com 970-878-7428

Travis Mobley Vice President

Rob Baughman Secretary

John Strate Treasurer

Dan Chinn Director

MEEKER RECREATION CENTER FEES DAILY FEE

MONTHLY PASS

THREE MONTH PASS

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP*

MONTHLY DIRECT DEBIT* INITIAL DEBIT (including $25 setup)

Children 3 & Under FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! – Children 4-12 $2.00 $18.00 $45.00 $150.00 $37.50 Youth 13-17 $3.00 $27.00 $65.00 $225.00 $43.75 Adults 18-54 $5.00 $45.00 $110.00 $375.00 $56.25 Adults 55-74 $3.00 $27.00 $65.00 $225.00 $43.75 Adults 75 & older FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! – Family** – $75.00 $180.00 $600.00 $75.00 Dual Adult*** – $60.00 $150.00 $500.00 $66.67 *Monthly Direct Debit available for annual memberships ONLY. **Two adults and dependents under the age of 21 who live in the same household. ***Two adults living at the same address. MEMBERSHIPS ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE

SUBSEQUENT DEBIT AMOUNT

– $12.50 $18.75 $31.25 $18.75 – $50.00 $41.67

INCLUSION STATEMENT At ERBM Recreation & Park District, we work to enhance the lives of people in our community through the fun of recreation while promoting development and growth through our programs. We use recreation and leisure activities to help our participants develop their social skills, physical and emotional health, independence and selfconfidence, community integration, sense of adventure, and, of course, to have FUN! Our staff will make every effort to ensure that children, youth, and adults of all abilities are fully included in all of our recreation programs, facilities, and parks. For questions about accessible amenities or to let us know how we may best meet your needs in any of our programs, please contact Shelly Rogers, Accessibility Coordinator, at 970-878-7415 or shelly@ERBMrec.com.

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DROP-IN CHILDCARE

Let's play! The Tot-Spot is open and ready to provide fun, safe childcare. Let us take care of your children, giving you the freedom to take a fitness class located at the Recreation Center or Admin Building, visit the fitness room, go for a swim, or simply enjoy a nice soak in the hot tub.

ADMIN BUILDING HOURS

Who: Children ages 6 months – 10 years Where: Admin Cost: $1 for one hour or $2 for 1.5 hours per child Tot-Spot is available at the Admin Building during specific Tiny programs and, if requested, during specified fitness classes. Children can be dropped off 10 minutes before the class begins and must be picked up within 10 minutes following the completion of the class.

Tiny Programs Fitness Classes

MRC MP ROOM HOURS Who: Children ages 6 months – 7 years Where: MRC MP Room Cost: $1 for one hour or $2 for 1.5 hours per child 8:00am-Noon

Monday - Friday

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Tot-Spot available for specified Admin fitness classes if you request Tot-Spot by 10:00am the day of the class.

NEW! CHANGE!

Tot-Spot available for noon fitness classes if you request Tot-Spot by 10:00am the day of class.

No Tot-Spot May 19-25 (Annual Shutdown & Memorial Day).

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Tot-Spot

Tot-Spot Rules, Policies, & Procedures:

• Tot-Spot is available for a maximum of one and a half hours per day per child. • MP Room: Parent or guardian must remain in the Meeker Recreation Center at all times while their child is in Tot-Spot. Admin: Parent or guardian must remain in the Admin Building at all times while their child is in Tot-Spot. • No snacks allowed. Only water in a sealed cup and pre-made baby bottles are allowed. • Tot-Spot staff will not change diapers. Children who are able to use the restroom unassisted will be escorted to the restroom and staff will remain just outside the restroom door. It is mandatory that parents/guardians ensure their children have a fresh diaper or have just used the restroom prior to drop off at the Tot-Spot. • Space is limited; children will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. • Prior to first time use, a parent/guardian must sign the Tot-Spot Policies & Procedures Form and complete a Child Information Form. TOT-SP

Purchase $20 worth of Tot-Spot care at one convenient time instead of paying each day you use the service! Visit with Guest Services at the Meeker Recreation Center to learn more.

OT PUNCH PASS NAME:

$20

PHONE:

$1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 11 12 13 14

15 $1 for one hour or $2 16 17 for 1.5 hours 18 19 Parent/Guardian mustper child. One and a half hours maxim 20 um per stay on Meeker Recrea tion Center premise visit. Expires six months from date purcha at all times. No refunds sed. will be given.

EXPIRATION DATE:

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MEEKER RECREATION CENTER POOL

Lap Pool • Zero-Depth Pool • Diving Board • Hot Tub • Water Slide • Climbing Walls • Lazy River

POOL FAQ

SWIM LESSONS

Can my children swim alone?

• 5 and under, wearing a red wristband, must be within an arm's reach of a person that is at least 13 years of age. • 6 and 7 year-olds and non-swimmers (those in swim vests), wearing a green wristband, must stay in the same pool as a person that is at least 13 years of age. • Children who have passed the swim test may stay in MRC pools unaccompanied. A person that is at least 13 years of age must remain in the facility.

The ERBM Recreation & Park District offers American Red Cross swim lessons throughout the year at the Meeker Recreation Center Pool.

Group Lessons: Pages 11 & 14

Private Lessons

How many children can I bring to the pool?

• Zero-Depth Pool A person (13+) may supervise up to three children wearing a red wristband. • Leisure and Lap Pools A person (13+) may supervise up to two children wearing a red wristband.

Our certified instructors are available to teach all skill levels. Lessons will be scheduled based on instructor and pool availability.

Why are showers required before I swim?

• Due to the high pH levels in personal hygiene products (shampoos, deodorants, lotions, etc.), chemical imbalances may occur in the pool.

(Students must have similar swim skills for semi-private lessons)

Children must wear swim diapers until they are 100% toilet trained.

Wristbands will be distributed to children under 8, unless they pass a swim test.

SPRING POOL HOURS

Spring hours begin February 10. 5:00am 5:30am 6:00am 6:30am 7:00am 7:30am

FRIDAY

Adult Swim

Adult Swim (13 & Older)** 5:00am-8:00am

8:00am 8:30am 9:00am

8:30am-11:00am

9:30am 10:00am 10:30am 11:00am 11:30am Noon 12:30pm

Open Swim 10:30am-6:30pm

1:00pm 1:30pm 2:00pm 2:30pm 3:00pm 3:30pm 4:00pm 4:30pm 5:00pm 5:30pm

Safety Breaks* (10 minutes in length)

Noon 2:00pm 4:00pm

4:30pm-5:30pm Pool availability may be limited due to swim lessons/swim team. Select pools will still be open.

Call Guest Services to schedule a private lesson at 970-878-3403.

POOL CLOSURES/MODIFIED HOURS: April 12: CLOSED (Easter Sunday) May 19-25: CLOSED (Annual Shutdown & Memorial Day)

MONDAY - THURSDAY

(13 & Older)** 5:00am-10:30am

Private (one student): $90 for five 30-minute lessons Semi-private (2-3 students): $110 for five 30-minute lessons

Pool availability may occasionally be limited due to swim lesson use. Select pools will still be open.

Open Swim

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

Note: One lap lane is always available during Open Swim unless otherwise noted. *During Safety Breaks, all children under the age of 13 must exit the pool to take a break, get a snack, or use the restroom. ** 13 & under can only swim at this time with management approval.

Open Swim

Open Swim

8:00am-6:30pm

11:00am-5:00pm

11:00am-5:00pm

Safety Breaks*

Safety Breaks*

Safety Breaks*

1:00pm 3:00pm

1:00pm 3:00pm

(10 minutes in length)

10:00am Noon 2:00pm 4:00pm

(10 minutes in length)

(10 minutes in length)

6:00pm

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6:30pm

Hours subject to change. ERBM Recreation & Park District Schedule will be posted at the Meeker Recreation Center and on www.ERBMrec.com.


Equipment Offered

• Life Fitness and Cybex cardio machines, treadmills, ellipticals, stepmill, recumbent bike, rowing machine, arc trainer, upright bike, and upper body ergometer. • Hammer Strength free weights, Power Rack, and Smith Machine. • Life Fitness cable motion and plate loaded circuit strength machines.

Rules/Conduct

• Age Restrictions: • 12 & Under: Not permitted in the fitness area, which includes the hallway and bench sitting area. • 13-14: Must be accompanied by a person at least 18 years old or must have completed an InDepth Fitness Room Orientation. See Guest Services for more information. • Cell Phone Use: • No pictures • No phone calls • No texting • Patrons must wear clean shoes with covered toes. No bare feet allowed. • No open or glass containers in fitness room. • Use of personal fitness equipment not permitted (unless attached to person and not a hindrance to others). No chalk. • Patrons with inappropriate apparel will be asked to change clothes or leave the Center. Inappropriate apparel will be determined at the discretion of ERBM staff. • No banging weights, excessively loud grunting, shouting, or inappropriate/vulgar language. • When all cardio machines are in use, there is a 30 minute time limit on each machine. • Wipe down equipment with provided wipes when finished. • Return all equipment to proper location when finished. • Exercises may be performed in the hallway, but benches are to be left in fitness area. • For basic safety, use all equipment only as intended. • Ask Guest Services at the front desk if you need assistance.

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MEEKER RECREATION CENTER FITNESS ROOM

FITNESS ROOM ORIENTATIONS Learn how to use the fitness room equipment. Two formats of fitness orientations are available at the Meeker Recreation Center. A Quick Orientation entails a quick tour of the fitness room and review of the rules/conduct; In-Depth Orientations cover all equipment in the fitness room.

Quick Orientation

In-Depth Orientation When

Usually 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month at 1:00pm. Must schedule with Guest Services to reserve your spot.

Who

13 & Older

Who

Based on staff availability. Speak with Guest Services to determine staff availability. 15 & Older

Where

MRC Fitness Room

Where

MRC Fitness Room

Cost

FREE

Cost

$5 (Non-refundable)

When

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Special Events

FATHER DAUGHTER BALL Fathers and daughters of all ages, join us for our annual ball. Enjoy special snacks and dancing. This is a great occasion to dress up and spend the evening together! A photographer will be there to take pictures (optional photograph purchase is the responsibility of the participants). When

April 10 | Friday | 7:00pm-9:00pm

Who

All Ages

Where

Fairfield Center

Cost

Early Bird: Daughter/Dad Pair $12 | Additional Sibling $5 Full Cost: Daughter/Dad Pair $14 | Additional Sibling $6

Early Bird Deadline: April 3 Full Cost Deadline: April 10 by 4:00pm

MOTHER SON BOWLING Attention mothers! Spend some quality time with When April 17 | Friday | 4:00pm-6:00pm Van departs MRC at 3:00pm your son bowling at the Rifle Fireside Bowling Lanes! and returns at 7:00pm Bowling cost includes shoe rental and admittance of one participant. An ERBM van will be available to take Who All Ages participants to Rifle. To ride the van, sign up when Where Rifle Fireside Bowling Lanes - Rifle, CO registering for the event. In order to ride the van, children Cost Early Bird $8 Bowling | $13 Bowling & Van Ride Full Cost $10 Bowling | $15 Bowling & Van Ride must meet basic seat belt requirements (no car seats or Early Bird Deadline: April 3 boosters). Van space is limited Final Deadline: April 10 to 12 participants. Food is available at the bowling alley and is the responsibility of the participants.

ARBOR DAY TREE PLANTING & ESSAY CONTEST Arbor Day is an environmental holiday where citizens and groups are encouraged to plant trees and care for already existing trees. Arbor Day was founded by J. Sterling Morton in April 1872 in Nebraska, where it is estimated over one million trees were planted in a single day! Celebrate Arbor Day with us as we plant a tree at Paintbrush Park on April 24 at noon.

When

April 24 | Friday | Noon

Who

All Ages

Where

Paintbrush Park

Cost

Free

Deadlines Essays due to the Meeker Recreation Center on April 17 by 7:00pm.

Would you like a tree for your own yard or a public entity? To be eligible to win a tree, we challenge you to write a one page essay titled "Why I Want a Tree" and submit it to the Meeker Recreation Center by April 17. The top three essays will each win a tree! Essay winners will be revealed on April 24 at noon before the tree planting. The BLM and MAMBA invite volunteers to help address trail needs within the Meeker Trail System on BLM public land during this trail work day. Volunteers are welcome to bring their bikes to assist in accessing higher portions of the trail system. Snacks and drinks will be provided to volunteers.

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TRAIL WORK DAY When

May 16 | Saturday 9:00am-2:00pm

Who

All Ages

Where

Meeker Trail System Meet at Sanderson Hills Park

Cost

Free


th 20 Annual Dance & Tumbling The

RECITAL

Special Events

ERBM Recreation & Park District presents

May 2-3, 2020 MES Gym - NEW LOCATION! Free Admission

Sunday, May 3

Saturday, May 2

Performance Schedule

Performance Schedule 2:00pm - Creative Movement Classes 2:30pm - 1st-2nd Jazz 3rd-4th Jazz 5th-6th Jazz 3:00pm - 1st-4th Tap/Ballet 5th-8th Lyrical/Ballet

2:00pm - ERBM Dance Company 7th-8th Jazz 9th-12th Jazz 9th-12th Contemporary/Ballet Tumble Level 4 Adult Tap

4:00pm - Tumble Fun Classes 4:30pm - Tumble Level 1 Classes 5:00pm - Tumble Level 2 Tumble Level 3

WATER

AIR

EARTH

FIRE

SPIRIT

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Community Events

HUNTER EDUCATION Learn safe and responsible firearm handling. Persons born after January 1, 1949 applying for a hunting license in Colorado must have a hunter safety card which is obtained by passing this class. In addition to successful completion of the written test, full participation in all three days is required, including safe gun handling and shooting techniques as demonstrated by each participant at a shooting range on Sunday afternoon. Optional Saturday lunch (pizza, veggies, cookie, and a drink) can be purchased by March 23 for $6.00. When

Friday, March 27

Who

All Ages (class is taught at a 6th grade level and participants must be able to take a written test without assistance)

Where

MRC MP Room and a shooting range

Cost

$10 (optional Saturday lunch provided for an additional $6.00)

6:00pm-8:00pm in the MP Room

Saturday, March 28

8:00am-5:00pm in the MP Room

Sunday, March 29

8:00am-Noon in the MP Room 1:00pm-4:00pm at a shooting range

A MRC van will be available for transportation to the shooting range for a limited number of participants, if needed.

Deadline March 23

PERFECT POOCH DOG OBEDIENCE

This dog and people-friendly class will provide beginning-level dog obedience. Coursework includes relationship building, basic commands, leash manners, hand signals, games, tricks, and effective solutions for problem behaviors. Participants must complete a dog behavioral questionnaire and submit vaccine records (rabies, distemper, and bordetella) at time of registration. Instruction may take place outside, dress accordingly. One dog per person. This program is a contracted service, therefore it is non-refundable. When

April 21-May 26 | Tuesdays | 5:30pm-6:30pm

Who

People 16 & Older and Dogs 6 Months & Older

Where RBC Fairgrounds Cost

Early Bird $48 | Full Cost $54

Early Bird Deadline: April 7 | Final Deadline: April 14

Guidelines: • Dogs must be on a leash at all times during the class. • Dogs must be friendly towards other dogs, children, and adults. • Dogs must never have shown aggression. • Female dogs must not be in heat. • No wolf hybrids allowed.

RUN FOR YOUR LIFE 5K T-SHIRT ART CONTEST ERBM announces a call to artists for the 7th annual Run for Your Life 5K T-shirt Art Contest. Showcase your creativity by Where Submit artwork to Guest Services submitting a design that will be featured on the 2020 at Meeker Recreation Center Run for Your Life T-shirt. Over 200 T-shirts are given FREE Cost out each year to race participants. Entry forms with design criteria can be picked up at the Meeker Deadline: Artwork due May 14 at Noon Recreation Center or found on the District website, www.ERBMrec.com. Designs must be turned in by noon on May 14; one entry per person. Entries will be reviewed by a panel of judges to determine the top three. The public can then vote on the top three at the Meeker Recreation Center or on the District's Facebook page beginning May 15 and ending on May 17 at 5:00pm. The winner will be announced on Facebook on May 18. If your design isn't the 2020 winner, your artwork can be re-entered in 2021. Who

All Ages

At this interactive workshop, local gardening tips will be shared and questions will be answered.

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GARDEN WORKSHOP– GARDEN BASICS When

May 18 | Monday | 5:30pm-6:30pm

Who

8 & Older

Where MRC MP Room & Community Garden Cost

Early Bird $3 | Full Cost $5

Early Bird Deadline: May 4 | Final Deadline: May 11

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COURSE

CLASS FOCUS

PREREQUISITES

AGE

Parent & Child

Familiarize children between the ages of 6 months and approximately 3 years with the water and teach swimming readiness skills. Provide safety information for parents and teach techniques parents can use to orient their children to the water.

No skill prerequisites. Child must be at least 6 months old. One adult must attend class with each child and participate in class.

6 months to 3 years

Preschool Aquatics 1 (PSA 1)

Familiarize children 3 to 5 years old with the aquatic environment and help them acquire basic aquatic skills. Help participants begin to develop positive attitudes and safe practices in and around the water.

No skill prerequisites. Child must be at least 3 years old.

3–5 years

Preschool Aquatics 2 (PSA 2)

Build on and improve skills learned in PSA 1. Focus will be on front crawl, front and back glides, and recoveries.

Child must be able to enter the water independently, bob 5 times to chin level, and safely exit the water. Child should also be able to glide on front at least 2 body lengths, then float for 3 seconds on back and recover to vertical with assistance and/ or successful completion of PSA 1.

3–5 years

Preschool Aquatics 3 (PSA 3)

Increase proficiency and build on the basic aquatic skills learned in PSA 1 & 2. Reinforce water safety concepts and skills introduced in earlier levels and introduce additional water safety topics.

Child must be able to glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to back and float for 5 seconds, then recover to vertical with assistance. Child must also be able to glide on back at least 2 body lengths, roll to front and float for 5 seconds, then recover to vertical with assistance. Child must be able to swim using combined arm and leg actions on front for 3 body lengths, roll to back and float for 5 seconds, roll to front and swim for 3 body lengths with assistance and/or successful completion of PSA 2.

3–5 years

Tot to Kinder (0-6)

SWIM LESSON LEVEL DESCRIPTIONS

PARENT & CHILD SWIM LESSONS These eight, 30-minute classes will help your child learn basic water safety skills and gain confidence in and around the water. One parent or caregiver must accompany each child into the water and participate in class. When

March 31-May 26 | Tuesdays | 11:30am-Noon | No class May 19 (Annual Shutdown).

Who

6-36 Months Old

Where MRC Pool Cost

Early Bird $20 | Full Cost $26

Early Bird Deadline: March 17 Final Deadline: March 24

PRESCHOOL AQUATICS SWIM LESSONS These eight, 30-minute lessons will orient preschool age children to the aquatic environment helping them acquire and build aquatic skills. Instructors will provide guided practice. These are closed classes. No observers are allowed (including parents and siblings) in the pool area except during the last day of class.

PSA 1

PSA 2

PSA 3

When

March 31-April 23 March 31-April 23 March 31-April 23 Tuesdays & Thursdays Tuesdays & Thursdays Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:30pm-5:00pm 5:10pm-5:40pm 5:50pm-6:20pm

Who

3-5 Years Old

Where MRC Pool Early Bird $18 | Full Cost $22 Cost Early Bird Deadline: March 17 Final Deadline: March 24

ITTY BITTY SHAMROCK POOL PARTY Join us for our St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Pool Party! Enjoy a treasure hunt in the zero depth pool and make a craft project on the deck. Ages 7 and under must be supervised in the water by someone 13 years of age or older. All pool rules apply.

When Who

March 13 | Friday 10:00am-Noon 7 & Under

Where MRC Pool Cost

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Tot to Kinder (0-6)

Are you looking for a fun, safe environment for your young children to burn off some of their built up energy? If so, bring them to Tiny Open Gym where participants will be able to utilize a variety of equipment for unstructured parent/ child activities. A minimum of four participants need to arrive by 10:15am or activities for that day will be cancelled. Maximum of three children per parent/caregiver.

When Who

March 3-March 31 | Tuesdays 10:00am-11:00am No session March 24 (Spring Break). 1-4 Years Old with Parent/Caregiver

Where Admin Gym Cost

Free

TINY PROGRAMS

Children under six months old are allowed to stay with parent/caregiver in a carrier; Tot-Spot is available for children not enrolled in the following Tiny Programs.

Tiny Toes Parents and toddlers will be movin' and shakin', rockin' and rollin' to new and familiar music which involves rhythm, coordination, and basic dance moves. Be ready to dance with your youngster! Maximum of two children per parent/caregiver.

Tiny Tots Parents and toddlers share creativity through spring-themed arts and crafts projects. Be prepared to get messy! Maximum of two children per parent/caregiver.

March 5-March 19 Thursdays 10:00am-10:45am 2-3 Years Old Who with Parent/Caregiver Where MRC Studio When

Tiny Time Let your tot mingle during Tiny Time! Tots will work on sports related activities each day. The Tiny Time coach will determine what sport(s) will be emphasized during each class. Maximum of two children per parent/caregiver.

When April 2-April 23 Thursdays 10:00am-10:45am Who 2-3 Years Old with Parent/Caregiver Where MP Room Tot-Spot available at MRC!

Tot-Spot available at MRC!

When April 30-May 14 Thursdays 10:00am-10:45am 2-3 Years Old with Parent/Caregiver Where Admin Gym Who

Tot-Spot available at Admin!

Cost

Early Bird $11 Full Cost $14 Early Bird Deadline: February 21

Cost

Early Bird $15 Full Cost $19 Early Bird Deadline: March 20

Cost

Final Deadline: February 28

Final Deadline: March 27

Final Deadline: April 24

Kids will learn the basic fundamentals of basketball in this program. Practices will be geared towards building confidence, engaging in physical activity, and having fun! Participation of parent/caregiver is required with a maximum of two children per parent/ caregiver. Participants must be at least four years old to register.

When March 30-April 22 | Mondays & Wednesdays | 5:30pm-6:15pm Who

PreK-K | Minimum age of 4 years old | Boys & Girls

Where MES Gym Cost

Early Bird $30 | Full Cost $38

Early Bird Deadline: March 16 Final Deadline: March 23

WEE BALL When June 2-June 25 | Tuesdays & Thursdays | 5:30pm-6:15pm Who

4-5 Years Old | Boys & Girls

Where 6th Street Field Cost

Early Bird $30 | Full Cost $38

Early Bird Deadline: May 6 Final Deadline: May 13

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Early Bird $11 Full Cost $14 Early Bird Deadline: April 17

LITTLE DRIBBLERS

This program will provide introductory skill building for baseball and softball. Participation of parent/caregiver is required with a maximum of two children per parent/caregiver. Volunteer coaches needed! Contact Jay at 970-878-7426 for more information.

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ERBM Recreation & Park District has partnered with CSU Extension-Rio Blanco County and the Meeker Elementary School to provide this after school program for youth in grades K-5th. A typical day will start with physical activity, followed by academic enrichment, and ending with a fun activity such as sports skills, games, arts, crafts, nature activities, cultural celebrations, stories, music, songs, social skill development, or STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math). Scholarships are available for this program; applications and requirements found at www.ERBMrec.com or at Guest Services at the Meeker Recreation Center. When Who

Mondays - Thursdays during the 2019/2020 school schedule - Last day May 14! 4:00pm-5:30pm No SOME on any school breaks, closures, weather closure days, or last week of school. K-5th Grade

Youth (6-17)

SOME (AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM)

Where Rio Blanco County Fairgrounds Old Exhibit Hall (OEH) Cost

$5 per day

Final Deadline: Registration must occur by 10:00am on the requested day. Day-of registration is welcome if space allows. No refunds. For credit transfers, cancellations must occur by 10:00am on the requested day.

ROBOTICS–LEVEL 1 The need to inspire the younger generation to succeed with coding, creativity, and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) has never been greater. Robotics–Level 1 LEGO BOOST® helps develop the builders and thinkers of tomorrow. Kits provided.

Who

March 13-April 24 | Fridays | 9:00am-10:00am No class March 27 (Spring Break). 7-12 Years Old | Boys & Girls | Beginners

Where

Meeker Public Library

Cost

Early Bird $18 | Full Cost $21

When

Early Bird Deadline: February 28 Final Deadline: March 6

ROBOTICS–LEVEL 2 Create and command amazing LEGO MINDSTORMS® robots with touch sensors, color sensors, and more. Kits provided.

When April 10-May 15 | Fridays | 10:00am-11:00am Who

9-16 Years Old | Boys & Girls | 9-13 year olds require instructor approval.

Where Meeker Public Library Early Bird $18 | Full Cost $21 Cost Early Bird Deadline: March 27 Final Deadline: April 3

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Learn essential computer programming skills with this introduction to the Python programming language. Python is widely used in education, science, and engineering. The class builds on programming learned in LEGO MINDSTORMS® robotics, but previous programming is not required.

When

March 13-April 24 | Fridays 10:00am-11:00am No class March 27 (Spring Break).

Who

10 & Older | Boys & Girls

Where

Meeker High School Computer Lab

Cost

Early Bird $18 | Full Cost $21

Early Bird Deadline: February 28 Final Deadline: March 6 www.ERBMrec.com | 970-878-3403

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Youth (6-17)

SWIM LESSON LEVEL DESCRIPTIONS COURSE

CLASS FOCUS

PREREQUISITES

AGE

Learn to Swim 1 (LTS 1)

Familiarize children 6 years of age and older with the aquatics environment. Students will learn basic aquatic skills while developing positive attitudes and learning safe practices in and around water.

No skill prerequisites. Child must be at least 6 years old.

6 years & Older

Learn to Swim 2 (LTS 2)

Build on the basic aquatic and water safety skills and concepts learned in LTS 1. Students will learn front crawl, front and back glides, recoveries, and they will be introduced to deep water.

Student must be able to enter the water independently, bob 5 times, and safely exit the water. Student should also be able to glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to back, then float for 3 seconds and recover to vertical with assistance. All of this and/or successful completion of LTS 1.

6 Years & Older

Learn to Swim 3 (LTS 3)

Build on the skills learned in LTS 1 and 2 to help participants achieve basic competency in the water. Students will learn rhythmic breathing, treading water, and basic dives. The breaststroke and butterfly will be introduced at this level.

Student must be able to glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to back and float for 5 seconds, then recover to vertical without assistance. Student must also be able to glide on back at least 2 body lengths, roll to front and float for 5 seconds, then recover to vertical without assistance. Student must be able to swim using front crawl for 3 body lengths, roll to back and float for 5 seconds, then roll to front and swim using front crawl for 3 body lengths. All of this and/or successful completion of LTS 2.

6 Years & Older

LEARN TO SWIM LESSONS These eight, 30-minute lessons will focus on developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits, and safe practices in and around the water. Participants will coordinate and refine strokes, gradually build on fundamental skills, and develop confidence in what they have learned. These are closed classes. No observers allowed (including parents and siblings) in the pool area except during the last day of class.

LTS 1 When

March 30-April 22 Mondays & Wednesdays 4:30pm-5:00pm

Who

6 Years & Older

LTS 2 March 30-April 22 Mondays & Wednesdays 5:10pm-5:40pm

LTS 3 March 30-April 22 Mondays & Wednesdays 5:50pm-6:20pm

Where MRC Pool Early Bird $18 | Full Cost $22 Cost Early Bird Deadline: March 17 Final Deadline: March 24

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Youth (6-17)

MEEKER MARLINS SWIM TEAM The Meeker Marlins swim team consists of two different programs designed to provide training groups in which ability levels, commitment, and team goals are similar. The goal of both programs is to develop the whole swimmer, maintain a quality swim program, and prepare young athletes for the challenges of life through their involvement in swimming. We encourage enrollment in one of the following programs for local swimmers.

USA Swim Team

Meeker Youth Swimming

USA Swim Team is designed for athletes with an advanced and demonstrated commitment to the sport of swimming, with an emphasis on refining stroke technique and building strength and endurance. Swimmers are expected to possess proficient stroke technique with a strong work ethic. This group's workload will progressively increase throughout the season. Meets begin June 6 and are scheduled every weekend. Team suit, cap, and goggles are included in the cost of the summer league season program. Coached by Shelly Rogers.

The Meeker Youth Swimming group will focus on the basics of competitive swimming, technique, and stroke development while providing a fun, dynamic environment. These athletes should be able to swim at least one length of the pool in freestyle and backstroke. Athletes will learn lane etiquette, use of the pace clock, and how to form a race strategy. Swimmers will participate in 3-4 fun, learning meets throughout the summer. Team suit, cap, and goggles are included in the cost of the summer league season program. Coached by Jamie Bumguardner.

USA Swim Team Pre-Season

Meeker Youth Swimming Pre-Season

The pre-season program is optional and aimed toward preparing swimmers for the summer league season. To enroll, swimmers must have previously been on USA Swim Team or must pass a swimming assessment. Contact the Aquatics Division at 970-878-7427 to request a swim assessment.

The pre-season program is optional and aimed toward preparing swimmers for the summer league season. To enroll, swimmers must have successfully completed LTS3 or must pass a swimming assessment. Contact the Aquatics Division at 970-878-7427 to request a swim assessment.

When Who

April 7-May 14 Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:15pm-5:15pm 18 & Under

Where MRC Pool Cost

Early Bird $36 | Full Cost $42

When Who

April 20-May 13 Mondays & Wednesdays 4:15pm-5:15pm 18 & Under

Where MRC Pool Cost

Early Bird $24 | Full Cost $28

Early Bird Deadline: March 24

Early Bird Deadline: April 6

Final Deadline: March 31

Final Deadline: April 13

USA Swimming Season When May 26-August 2 Mondays-Thursdays 7:30am-9:00am Fridays (5/29, 6/19, 7/17, 7/24) 8:15am-9:00am Who

18 & Under

Where MRC Pool Cost

Early Bird $225 | Full Cost $265

Early Bird Deadline: May 4 Final Deadline: May 11

Meeker Youth Swimming Season When

May 27-July 31 Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays 9:00am-10:00am No practice July 3.

Who

18 & Under

Where MRC Pool Cost

Early Bird $102 | Full Cost $118

Early Bird Deadline: May 4 Final Deadline: May 11 www.ERBMrec.com | 970-878-3403

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Youth (6-17)

JUNIOR DRIBBLERS Balance, footwork, agility, passing, dribbling, and shooting will be developed in this program. An emphasis will be placed on sportsmanship and teamwork as athletes continue to grow their basketball skills.

When

March 31-April 23 | Tuesdays & Thursdays | 5:30pm-6:30pm

Who

1st-2nd Grade | Boys & Girls

Where

MES Gym

Cost

Early Bird $32 | Full Cost $36

Early Bird Deadline: March 13 Final Deadline: March 20 Volunteer Coaches Needed! Contact Dylan at 970-878-7426 for more information.

KARATE FOR KIDS

Come learn karate! Karate is a martial arts system that develops the mind, body, and the ability to defend one's self. Karate is known to improve discipline, concentration, balance, stamina, and self confidence. Students will learn punching, kicking, blocking, takedowns, and grappling. Students are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing that provides proper coverage. Class will be taught barefoot.

Level 1

Level 2

When March 3-May 12 Tuesdays 6:45pm-7:45pm No class March 24 (Spring Break).

To enroll in the Level 2 class, students must be at least 8 years old, have the instructor’s approval, and have completed Level 1, or have prior experience in a similar style of martial arts.

When

Ages 6-12 Boys & Girls Where Admin Gym

Who

Early Bird $30 Full Cost $35 Early Bird Deadline: February 20

Cost

Who

Cost

Final Deadline: February 27

March 5-May 15 | Thursdays & Fridays Thursdays at 6:45pm-7:45pm & Fridays at 9:30am-11:00am No class March 26 and 27 (Spring Break). Ages 8-12 | Boys & Girls Youth under 8 must have instructor's approval or prior experience.

Where Admin Gym Early Bird $75 | Full Cost $87

Early Bird Deadline: February 20 Final Deadline: February 27

MEEKER YOUTH TRACK & FIELD This youth track program offers an opportunity to engage in track and field skills in a fun and welcoming environment. Practices are designed to introduce events, stretching, and conditioning, as well as individual and team exercises. Track equipment will be provided. All participants should come prepared with athletic shoes and a water bottle. T-shirt included in price. First day of the program will be held at Barone Middle School. Who

1st-3rd Grade | Boys & Girls

When

April 17-May 15 Fridays 12:15pm-1:00pm Bob King Track

April 17-May 15 Fridays 1:00pm-2:00pm Bob King Track

Early Bird $23 Full Cost $26

Early Bird $23 Full Cost $26

Where Cost

Early Bird Deadline April 3 Final Deadline

April 10

4th-6th Grade | Boys & Girls

April 3 April 10

Volunteer Coaches Needed! Contact Jay at 970-878-7426 for more information.

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It's that time of year to start thinking about baseball and softball! Check out ERBM's baseball and softball offerings below. Interested in playing Little League instead of recreation baseball/softball? Check out the Colorado River Valley Little League website at www.crvbaseball.com for more information about registration, skills evaluations, dates, and more. Other local competitive options are available, contact the front desk for more information. NOTE: As ERBM is now providing recreation ball, Meeker participants will not be subsidized by ERBM for CRV participation as they have been in the past.

T-BALL/COACH PITCH

This program will provide friendly instructional competition with an emphasis on baseball fundamentals. Players will have the option to hit from a tee or to bat against a coach pitched ball. Players will receive a T-shirt and hat. Games will be in-house; no travel. A game schedule will be provided at the start of the season.

MEEKER YOUTH BASEBALL

When

June 1-July 1 | Mondays & Wednesdays 5:30pm-6:30pm

Who

6-7 Years Old | Boys & Girls

Where

6th Street Field

Youth (6-17)

BASEBALL & SOFTBALL PROGRAMS

Early Bird $46 | Full Cost $51 Cost Early Bird Deadline: May 6 | Final Deadline: May 13

MEEKER YOUTH SOFTBALL

Meeker Youth Softball is a recreational traveling Meeker Youth Baseball is a recreational traveling program that is part of the Valley Youth Baseball League. program that is part of the Valley Youth Baseball This program places emphasis on baseball fundamentals League. This program places emphasis on softball in a team setting. Players will practice twice a week and fundamentals in a team setting. Players will practice twice a week and play out-of-town games on week play out-of-town games on week nights. Cost includes nights. Cost includes game T-shirt and hat. Game game T-shirt and hat. Game pants will be checked out for the season. A game schedule will be provided at the pants will be checked out for the season. A game schedule will be provided at the start of the season. start of the season. When

May 27-July 25 | Mondays & Wednesdays 5:30pm-6:30pm | Game days TBD

When

May 28-July 25 | Tuesdays & Thursdays 5:30pm-6:30pm | Game days TBD

Who

8-10 Years Old | Boys

Who

8-10 Years Old | Girls

Where Paintbrush Park Field 1 Cost

Early Bird $67 | Full Cost $76

Early Bird Deadline: May 6 | Final Deadline: May 13

Where Paintbrush Park Field 1 Cost

Early Bird $67 | Full Cost $76

Early Bird Deadline: May 6 | Final Deadline: May 13

Volunteer Coaches Needed! Contact Dylan at 970-878-7426 for more information.

COLORADO ROCKIES SKILLS CHALLENGE On behalf of the Colorado Rockies and Colorado Parks and Recreation Association, ERBM is proud to host the local competition for the Colorado Rockies Skills Challenge. Participants will showcase their talents in base running, throwing, and hitting. Winners in each age division will have the opportunity to advance to the sectional competition. A Colorado Rockies Skills Challenge registration May 28 | Thursday | 10:00am When form needs to be completed by a Divisions for Boys & Girls ages 6-13 as of December 31, 2020 Who parent/guardian 18 years or older before entering the competition. Paintbrush Park Baseball Field Where Forms and rules are available at the FREE Cost Meeker Recreation Center and online at www.ERBMrec.com. Deadline Day-of registration from 9:15am-9:45am www.ERBMrec.com | 970-878-3403

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Adult (18+)

1

SPRING SESSION 1 FITNESS CLASSES March 2-March 27 | Early Bird Deadline: February 21

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

5:00am Rise and Sweat

Rise and Sweat

Rise and Sweat

5:15am-6:00am

5:15am-6:00am

5:15am-6:00am

6:00am

Fitness Calendar Key

7:00am

Fairfield Center

8:00am Fit Infinite

9:00am

8:15am-9:15am

Aqua Tone

Fit Infinite

8:15am-9:00am

8:15am-9:15am

Aqua Tone

8:15am-9:00am

MRC Studio Admin

10:00am Rebuild & Recover Water Workout

Rebuild & Recover Water Workout

10:15am-11:00am

11:00am

MRC Pool

10:15am-11:00am

Tot-Spot Available

Noon Core Yoga

12:10pm-12:50pm

Have a Ball Pilates 12:10pm-12:50pm

Core Yoga

12:10pm-12:50pm

Have a Ball Pilates 12:10pm-12:50pm

1:00pm 5:00pm

Call Ahead Tot-Spot Available Call MRC by 10am day of class to request.

Cardio Kick

6:00pm

5:30pm-6:30pm

Cardio Kick

5:30pm-6:30pm

7:00pm

GENERAL RULES • Must be at least 13 years old to participate in fitness classes. • Drop-ins are welcome when space allows for $4.50/person or $2.00/senior. • Drop into classes that fit your schedule! Fitness Passes available at Guest Services. Ten punches for $40 adult/youth or $20/senior.

CLASS DETAILS Classes Listed Alphabetically =Water Class =Tot-Spot Available =Call Ahead Tot-Spot Call Guest Services before 10am on the day of the class to request Tot-Spot.

AQUA TONE This is an aerobic water workout that develops strength, increases muscle tone, and enhances flexibility. › March 3-26 › Tuesdays & Thursdays › 8:15am-9:00am › MRC Pool › Early Bird $28 | Full Cost $32 › Instructor: Jamie

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CARDIO KICK Utilize kickboxing bags to increase muscular strength, cardiovascular conditioning, coordination, and balance. › March 3-26 › Tuesdays & Thursdays › 5:30pm-6:30pm › Admin Gym › Early Bird $28| Full Cost $32 › Instructor: Stacy CORE YOGA In this class you will build strength and balance while focusing on the importance of the core. Modifications will be provided to help all levels of yoga enthusiasts. › March 2-25 › Mondays & Wednesdays › 12:10pm-12:50pm › MRC Studio › Early Bird $28 | Full Cost $32 › Instructor: Antina FIT INFINITE Experience a variety of workouts that target the major muscle groups of the upper and lower body. › March 2-25 › Mondays & Wednesdays › 8:15am-9:15am › MRC Studio › Early Bird $28 | Full Cost $32 › Instructor: Megan

HAVE A BALL PILATES Spice up the basic mat Pilates with stability balls, bender balls, and weighted balls to challenge the core. › March 3-26 › Tuesdays & Thursdays › 12:10pm-12:50pm › MRC Studio › Early Bird $28 | Full Cost $32 › Instructor: Kari REBUILD & RECOVER WATER WORKOUT Use the freedom of water to improve range of motion, flexibility, and strength. Water walking will be utilized. › March 3-26 › Tuesdays & Thursdays › 10:15am-11:00am › MRC Pool › Early Bird $28 | Full Cost $32 › Instructor: Jamie RISE AND SWEAT Early bird or not, there are benefits to getting your workout accomplished in the morning. Spin bikes, resistance training, and weights will provide a great full body workout. › March 2-27 › Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays › 5:15am-6:00am › Admin Gym › Early Bird $42 | Full Cost $48 › Instructor: Amber/Ivy


March 30-April 23 | Early Bird Deadline: March 20 Monday

Fitness Calendar Key

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

5:00am Pump it Up!

Fairfield Center MRC Studio Admin MRC Pool

Crank It AM

5:15am-6:00am

5:15am-6:00am

Fit Infinite

8:15am-9:00am

Pump it Up!

Crank It AM

5:15am-6:00am

5:15am-6:00am

Fit Infinite

8:15am-9:00am

6:00am

Tot-Spot Available

Call Ahead Tot-Spot Available

Adult (18+)

2

SPRING SESSION 2 FITNESS CLASSES

Call MRC by 10am day of class to request.

7:00am

GENERAL RULES • Must be at least 13 years old to participate in fitness classes. • Drop-ins are welcome when space allows for $4.50/person or $2.00/senior. • Drop into classes that fit your schedule! Fitness Passes available at Guest Services. Ten punches for $40 adult/youth or $20/senior.

CLASS DETAILS Classes Listed Alphabetically

8:00am

9:00am

Aqua Tone

8:15am-9:15am

Aqua Tone

10:00am Rebuild & Recover Water Workout

Rebuild & Recover Water Workout

10:15am-11:00am

11:00am

10:15am-11:00am

Noon Yoga Fusion

12:10pm-12:50pm

=Water Class

1:00pm

=Tot-Spot Available

5:00pm

=Call Ahead Tot-Spot Call Guest Services before 10am on the day of the class to request Tot-Spot.

8:15am-9:15am

6:00pm

Pilates with Props 12:10pm-12:50pm

Crank It PM 5:30pm6:30pm

Zumba® 5:30pm6:30pm

Yoga Fusion

12:10pm-12:50pm

Pilates with Props 12:10pm-12:50pm

Crank It PM 5:30pm6:30pm

Zumba® 5:30pm6:30pm

7:00pm

AQUA TONE This is an aerobic water workout that develops strength, increases muscle tone, and enhances flexibility. › March 31-April 23 › Tuesdays & Thursdays › 8:15am-9:00am › MRC Pool › Early Bird $28 | Full Cost $32 › Instructor: Jamie

FIT INFINITE Experience a variety of workouts that target the major muscle groups of the upper and lower body. › March 30-April 22 › Mondays & Wednesdays › 8:15am-9:15am › MRC Studio › Early Bird $28 | Full Cost $32 › Instructor: Megan

CRANK IT AM Get those pedals spinning! Feet will be moving, hearts will be pumping, and legs will be burning during this indoor spin bike class. › March 31-April 23 › Tuesdays & Thursdays › 5:15am-6:00am › Admin West › Early Bird $28 | Full Cost $32 › Instructor: Stacy

PILATES WITH PROPS Add some variety to your matwork routine by utilizing resistance bands, Pilates rings, and gliders in this upbeat class. › March 31-April 23 › Tuesdays & Thursdays › 12:10pm-12:50pm › MRC Studio › Early Bird $28 | Full Cost $32 › Instructor: Kari

CRANK IT PM Get those pedals spinning! Feet will be moving, hearts will be pumping, and legs will be burning during this indoor spin bike class. › March 31-April 23 › Tuesdays & Thursdays › 5:30pm-6:30pm › Admin West › Early Bird $28 | Full Cost $32 › Instructor: Ivy

PUMP IT UP! Bring out the body bars and stability balls for a low impact, joint friendly workout. Focus on building strength and balance. › March 30-April 22 › Mondays & Wednesdays › 5:15am-6:00am › Admin Gym › Early Bird $28 | Full Cost $32 › Instructor: Amber/Ivy

REBUILD & RECOVER WATER WORKOUT Use the freedom of water to improve range of motion, flexibility, and strength. Water walking will be utilized. › March 31-April 23 › Tuesdays & Thursdays › 10:15am-11:00am › MRC Pool › Early Bird $28 | Full Cost $32 › Instructor: Jamie YOGA FUSION This class will utilize props to help further your yoga practice, build flexibility, movement, and peace of mind. › March 30-April 22 › Mondays & Wednesdays › 12:10pm-12:50pm › MRC Studio › Early Bird $28 | Full Cost $32 › Instructor: Antina ZUMBA® Join the original dance fitness party! Lose yourself in the music and have a great time while getting into shape. No dance experience necessary. › March 31-April 23 › Tuesdays & Thursdays › 5:30pm-6:30pm › Admin Gym › Early Bird $28 | Full Cost $32 › Instructor: Antina www.ERBMrec.com | 970-878-3403

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Adult (18+)

3

SPRING SESSION 3 FITNESS CLASSES April 27-May 14 | Early Bird Deadline: April 17

Fitness Calendar Key

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Wake Up Workout

Total Body Strengthening

Wake Up Workout

Total Body Strengthening

Fit Infinite

8:15am-9:00am

Fit Infinite

8:15am-9:00am

5:00am

Fairfield Center MRC Studio Admin MRC Pool

5:15am-6:00am

6:00am

Tot-Spot Available

5:15am-6:00am

5:15am-6:00am

Call Ahead Tot-Spot Available Call MRC by 10am day of class to request.

7:00am

GENERAL RULES • Must be at least 13 years old to participate in fitness classes. • Drop-ins are welcome when space allows for $4.50/person or $2.00/senior. • Drop into classes that fit your schedule! Fitness Passes available at Guest Services. Ten punches for $40 adult/youth or $20/senior.

CLASS DETAILS Classes Listed Alphabetically

8:00am

9:00am

Pose Pro Yoga

12:10pm-12:50pm

Pilates Barre

12:10pm-12:50pm

Step 'N Tone

6:00pm

5:30pm-6:30pm

Rebuild & Recover Water Workout 10:15am-11:00am

Pose Pro Yoga

12:10pm-12:50pm

Pilates Barre

12:10pm-12:50pm

Step 'N Tone

5:30pm-6:30pm

7:00pm

POSE PRO YOGA Have fun practicing postures to strengthen and align while enhancing balance and flexibility. Modifications are offered to meet all levels. › April 27-May 13 › Mondays & Wednesdays › 12:10pm-12:50pm › MRC Studio › Early Bird $21 | Full Cost $24 › Instructor: Antina

STEP 'N TONE Combine principles of easy-tofollow step choreography with sculpting exercises to gain tone and cardiovascular endurance. › April 28-May 14 › Tuesdays & Thursdays › 5:30pm-6:30pm › Admin Gym › Early Bird $21 | Full Cost $24 › Instructor: Ivy

REBUILD & RECOVER WATER WORKOUT Use the freedom of water to improve range of motion, flexibility, and strength. Water walking will be utilized. › April 28-May 14 › Tuesdays & Thursdays › 10:15am-11:00am › MRC Pool › Early Bird $21 | Full Cost $24 › Instructor: Jamie

TOTAL BODY STRENGTHENING Fun and functional, this weight training workout helps tone and finetune major muscle groups for strength and total body coordination. › April 28-May 14 › Tuesdays &Thursdays › 5:15am-6:00am › Admin Gym West › Early Bird $21 | Full Cost $24 › Instructor: Stacy

FITNESS PASS

Drop in to classes that fit YOUR schedule! Ten convenient punches!

Adult/Youth: $40 Senior: $20

Ask Guest Services how to purchase today.

ERBM Recreation & Park District

Aqua Tone

Noon

5:00pm

PILATES BARRE Combine Pilates and ballet movements to stretch, lengthen, and tone the whole body. › April 28-May 14 › Tuesdays & Thursdays › 12:10pm-12:50pm › MRC Studio › Early Bird $21 | Full Cost $24 › Instructor: Kari

8:15am-9:15am

10:15am-11:00am

11:00am

=Tot-Spot Available

FIT INFINITE Experience a variety of workouts that target the major muscle groups of the upper and lower body. › April 27-May 13 › Mondays & Wednesdays › 8:15am-9:15am › MRC Studio › Early Bird $21 | Full Cost $24 › Instructor: Megan

Aqua Tone

Rebuild & Recover Water Workout

1:00pm

AQUA TONE This is an aerobic water workout that develops strength, increases muscle tone, and enhances flexibility. › April 28-May 14 › Tuesdays & Thursdays › 8:15am-9:00am › MRC Pool › Early Bird $21 | Full Cost $24 › Instructor: Jamie

8:15am-9:15am

10:00am

=Water Class

=Call Ahead Tot-Spot Call Guest Services before 10am on the day of the class to request Tot-Spot.

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5:15am-6:00am

WAKE UP WORKOUT Dig deep to incinerate fat and calories with this ultimate strength training program. › April 27-May 13 › Mondays & Wednesdays › 5:15am-6:00am › Admin Gym › Early Bird $21 | Full Cost $24 › Instructor: Amber


Grab a friend and join us for Adult Drop-In Sports! A gym supervisor will be present and have equipment available for use, but will not lead any organized activities. A minimum of four participants need to arrive by 7:45pm or open gym will be cancelled for the night. All Adult Drop-In Sports programs are for participants 18 and older.

BASKETBALL: Wednesdays

VOLLEYBALL: Tuesdays When Who

March 3-May 12 Tuesdays 7:30pm-9:00pm 18 & Older

When Who

18 & Older

Where MES Gym

Where MES Gym Cost

March 4-May 13 Wednesdays 7:30pm-9:00pm

Adult (18+)

ADULT DROP-IN SPORTS

FREE

Cost

FREE

ADULT TUMBLING Enjoy revisiting tumbling from your youth! This class will focus on stretching, strength, and regaining flexibility while learning/practicing cartwheels, headstands, handstands, backbends, walkovers, and more. Instructor provides spotting when needed. Please wear comfortable clothing that provides proper coverage.

April 1-April 22 Wednesdays 5:15pm-6:00pm 18 & Older Who Where Admin Gym Early Bird $14 | Full Cost $16 Cost When

Early Bird Deadline: March 20 Final Deadline: March 27

WORKS IN PROGRESS Needle work, crafts, miscellaneous projects–bring your Works in Progress to the Meeker Recreation Center! Get something done while enjoying the company of other crafters who will encourage your progress.

When

April 3 & April 24 May 8 & May 29 Fridays | 1:00pm-4:00pm

Who

18 & Older

Where

MRC MP Room

Cost

FREE

ADULT DAY TRIPS March Trip: Fiddler on the Roof The Colorado Mesa University Theater is performing Fiddler on the Roof. This play, rich in historical and ethnic detail, will leave audiences crying tears of laughter, joy, and sadness. Enjoy lunch in Grand Junction and then go to the show. Lunch cost is the responsibility of the participant. March 7 | Saturday When Van departs MRC at 9:30am and returns at 6:30pm Lunch at 11:30am Production starts at 2:00pm

May Trip: Wine Tasting in Palisade Join us for wine tasting in Palisade. Enjoy brunch and then mosey through wine country and do some tastings. Brunch cost is the responsibility of the participant. When

May 15 | Friday Van departs MRC at 9:00am and returns at 5:00pm 21 & Older

Who

18 & Older

Who

Where

Grand Junction, CO

Where Palisade, CO

Cost

Early Bird $28 | Full Cost $31

Cost

Early Bird $10 | Full Cost $12

Early Bird Deadline: February 21

Early Bird Deadline: May 1

Final Deadline: February 28

Final Deadline: May 8 www.ERBMrec.com | 970-878-3403

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Adult (18+)

ADULT RECREATIONAL COED SOFTBALL The 2020 Adult Coed Softball League will play games on Thursday evenings. T-shirts will be provided for up to 15 players per team. Additional T-shirts can be purchased for $15 per shirt, but must be ordered and paid for at time of registration. Captains and/ or co-captains must attend a brief meeting on Thursday, May 28 at 6:00pm at the Meeker Recreation Center to review rules, schedules, expectations, etc. End of season tournament will be held July 24-25 (schedule TBD). Don't have a team? Sign up as a free agent and your information will be given to team captains. Contact Jay at 970-878-7426. When

June 4-July 25 Thursdays Game Times: 6:30pm, 7:30pm, 8:30pm

Who

16 & Older Youth under 18 must have a release form signed by a parent/guardian.

Where Paintbrush Park Ball Fields Cost

Early Bird $340 per team | Full Cost $385 per team

Early Bird Deadline: May 6

Active Adult (55+)

Final Deadline: May 13

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ACTIVE ADULT WEEKLY ACTIVITIES GENTLEMEN'S "GEEZER GATHER"

GAME DAY

Stop by for refreshments, conversation, and a game of cards at the Meeker Stop by for refreshments and conversation at the Geezer Gather–a name the participants have given Recreation Center. themselves! When Wednesdays | 9:00am No session May 20 (Annual Shutdown). When Tuesdays | 9:00am No session May 19 (Annual Shutdown). 55 & Older Who 55 & Older Who Where MRC Lounge Where MRC Lounge Cost

Cost

FREE

FREE

SPRING SOCIAL Celebrate the arrival of spring with friends, food, entertainment, and fun! RSVP by Thursday, March 26 for early bird price. To be guaranteed a meal, participants must register by April 2 so an accurate count can be given to the caterer. ERBM Recreation & Park District

When Who

April 9 | Thursday Lunch at 11:30 | Entertainment at Noon 55 & Older

Where Fairfield Center Cost

Early Bird $5 | Full Cost $7 At the Door $10 (limited number of spots available at the door)

Early Bird Deadline: March 26 Final Deadline: April 2


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Meekerpalooza Series #1

Fun Run (5K & 1 Mile) | Concert | Farmers Market Beer Garden | Bouncy Houses

First Aid/CPR/AED Class Meekerpalooza Series #2

Volleyball | Concert | Farmers Market Beer Garden | Bouncy Houses

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Run for Your Life 5K Stars ‘n Stripes 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament Meekerpalooza Series #3

Cornhole | Concert | Farmers Market | Beer Garden

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Itty Bitty Spooktacular Pool Party Pumpkins Eats ‘n Treats

NOVEMBER

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AUGUST DECEMBER 3 Holiday Social

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YouthFest Meekerpalooza Series #4

Pickleball | Concert | Farmers Market Beer Garden | Bouncy Houses

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First Aid/CPR/AED Class Wild ‘n Wooly Trail Races (5K, 10K, 25K) Lambin’ Jam Cornhole Tournament National Public Lands Day Fall Festival

JULY OCTOBER

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Winter Line-Up Registration Begins

Breakfast with Santa Dance & Tumbling Expo

In early 2017, ERBM Recreation & Park District created a partnership with the Meeker Golf Association to provide more golf opportunities to all golfers in the Meeker community.

Amenities

The 9-hole Meeker Golf Course is a public golf course that opened in 1969. The course features a clubhouse with a pro shop, snack bar, and restroom facilities.

8:00am-8:00pm April 15–September 15 (weather dependent)

Location

903 Country Road 13 Meeker, CO

Check out the 2020 fees, prices, and tournament schedules at the Meeker Golf Association website!

Phone

970-878-5642

Website

www.meekergolfcourse.com

Want to know the latest news at the

Meeker Golf Course?

Meeker Golf Course

MEEKER GOLF COURSE

Hours & Season Dates

Upcoming Events

2020 CALENDAR

EVENTS

Like their Facebook page!

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Parks & Trails Information

EQUIPMENT CHECK-OUT & RENTALS

PAVILION RESERVATIONS

Pavilions at Sanderson Hills Park, Town Park, and Paintbrush Park can now be reserved for $25/half-day or $50/full day. Reservations must be scheduled at least a week prior to the date you are reserving. Reserve with Guest Services at 970-878-3403.

Check-Out Equipment (FREE): pickleball equipment, horseshoe equipment, basketball, volleyball Rental ($): snowshoe equipment (Youth $5/set/day or Adult $10/set/day; three day maximum) Visit with Guest Services at the Meeker Recreation Center or call 970-878-3403 for more information.

PARK & TRAIL RULES

Park hours are sunrise to sunset. Park Rules Prohibit: • Overnight parking and camping in undesignated areas (RV and tent camping information at www.ERBMrec.com.) • Littering or dumping any debris; use trash receptacles or pack it out with you • Motorized vehicles (except for ADA equipment) • Alcoholic beverage consumption • Glass containers of any kind • Hunting and the use of any firearm or projectile weapon • Removal or disturbance of any man-made or natural feature • Fires and fireworks • Horses • Off-leash dogs; pick up after your pet • Engaging in commercial activity including solicitation without a permit • Amplified music • Off-trail hiking

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Additional rules may apply at designated areas throughout the park. Contact non-emergency dispatch with any concerns at (970) 878-5555 or dial 911 to report immediate emergencies.

1 6th Street Park 2 Circle Park 3 Foothills Park 4 McHatton Park 5 Paintbrush Park 6 Phillip & Dorcas Jensen Park 7 Sage Hills Park 8 Sanderson Hills Park 9 Town Park

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ERBM Recreation & Park District

Water Fountain

Walking Path

Trailhead Access

Tent Camping

Swimming Pool

Soccer Field

Sand Volleyball Court*

RV Parking/Camping

RV Dump Station

River Access

Restrooms - Seasonal

Restrooms - All Season

Playground Equipment

Picnic Tables

Pickleball Court*

Pavilion

Open Space/Grassy Areas

Horseshoe Pit*

Hiking Trails

Community Garden

Mountain Bike Trails/Flow

BBQ Grills

Basketball Court*

* Equipment available to rent at the Meeker Recreation Center

Archery Range

More information on all parks found at www.ERBMrec.com.

Baseball Field/Softball Field

Park Amenities Chart


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Difficulty Key for Hiking Trails

China Wall Trail (3.9 Miles)

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Meadow Loop Trail (0.8 Miles) 6500

Sage Hills Trails (0.5 Miles)

Hidden Valley Trail (2.5 miles) Future potential trails

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Lion Canyon Trail (2.1 miles)

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Sanderson Hills Trailhead

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7th St. Trailhead (no parking)

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Area of Detail Map

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Check out the new trails!

Lion Canyon Trail Hidden Valley Trail

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Detailed trail map found at ERBMrec.com/trail-system.

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TRAIL INFORMATION Meadow Loop Trail (0.68 miles) Bike/Hike: Both Difficulty: Easy Best Entry: Sanderson Hills Trailhead

One Way Flow Course Trail (0.78 miles) Bike/Hike: BIKE ONLY (Flow runs North to South) Level: Intermediate

Pinyon Trail (0.95 miles) Bike/Hike: Both Difficulty: Easy Best Entry: Sanderson Hills Trailhead

Best Entry: 7th Street Trailhead

Sage Hills Trail (0.29 miles) Bike/Hike: Both Difficulty: Easy Best Entry: Sage Hills Trailhead China Wall Trail (3.9 miles) Bike/Hike: Both Difficulty: Moderate with challenging sections Best Entry: Sanderson Hills and Ute Park Trailheads

(determined by Bike Flow Course Specialists)

BLM Access Trail (0.25 miles) Bike/Hike: Both Difficulty: Moderate Best Entry: Sanderson Hills Trailhead East Ridge Trail (1.3 miles) Bike/Hike: Both Difficulty: Moderate with challenging sections Best Entry: Sanderson Hills Trailhead

(The trail leads to four miles of two-track trail on BLM land that was previously inaccessible to the public by trail. Visitors can travel on the roads, but need to be sure they remain on BLM public lands. The main road has a "Leaving Public Lands" sign to mark the boundary.)

Chris Latham Photography

Hidden Valley Trail (2.5 miles) Bike/Hike: Both Difficulty: Moderate Best Entry: Sanderson Hills Trailhead Lion Canyon Trail (2.1 miles) Bike/Hike: Both Difficulty: Moderate Best Entry: Sanderson Hills Trailhead www.ERBMrec.com | 970-878-3403

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Ute Lane

Sulphur Creek

Ute Road

Road

MEEKER SCHOOL DISTRICT FACILITIES Admin Gym/West...............................555 Garfield Street Barone Middle School (BMS).................Bob Tucker Drive Meeker Elementary School (MES)..............201 Ute Road Meeker High School (MHS) & Starbuck Stadium & Bob King Track ....550 School Street

Garfield Main Street Hwy 13 / Market Street

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 4-H Community Center & RBC Fairgrounds (OEH)..............700 Sulphur Creek Road Downtown Plaza.....................................550 Main Street Fairfield Center........................................200 Main Street Meeker Golf Course.........................903 County Road 13 White River Museum.............................565 Park Avenue Meeker Public Library.............................490 Main Street Old West Heritage Culture Center.........517 Park Avenue

AFFILIATE RECREATION ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONS RBC Golf Association

970-878-5642

903 County Road 13

Meeker Chamber of Commerce

970-878-5510 | meekerchamber.com

710 Market Street

Pioneers Medical Center Blazin' Trails

970-878-5047

100 Pioneers Medical Center Drive

Meeker Classic Championship Trials

meekersheepdog.com

Meeker Arts & Cultural Council (MACC)

macc.inmeeker.com

Colorado Parks and Wildlife

970-878-6090

73485 Highway 64

Bureau of Land Management

970-878-3800

220 E. Market St

4-H

970-878-9490

779 Sulphur Creek Rd

Meeker School District

970-878-9040 | meeker.k12.co.us

555 Garfield St

Forest Service

970-878-4039

220 E. Market St

Old West Heritage Culture Center & RBC Historical Society & White River Museum

970-878-9982 | rioblancocounty.org president@rbchistory.org

565 Park Ave

Connection 4 Kids (birth-8 years old)

Sarah Grimes

970-878-3196

Meeker Mustang Football (Tackle football for grades 3-6) PeeWee Wrestling (Wrestling for grades Pre-K-6th) MHS Athletics

Chris Lockwood

970-208-2585

Carl Padilla

970-261-1441

Klark Kindler, Athletic Director

klark.kindler@meeker.k12.co.us

Baseball & Softball - Little League

www.crvbaseball.com

Travel Softball

Briana Williams

970-878-3206

Wagon Wheel OHV Club

Linn Pettijohn

wagonwheeltrails.org

Snowmobile Club

Troy Hilkey

970-756-0717

Girl Scouts

Amberly Petty

Heather Sauls

SCUBA Club

Horst Rick

hsrick@wreawildblue.org

Meeker Sportsman's Club

www.meekercoloradosportsmansclub.com

White River Nordic Council (Facebook)

Denver & Jan Hayes

ATHLETICS

CLUBS

Meeker Lions Club

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Locations, Policies, & Procedures

PROGRAM LOCATIONS Meeker Recreation Center (MRC)...............................................................101 Ute Road Pool/Studio/Lounge/Multi Purpose(MP) Room/Fitness Room 6th Street Park..............................................................................................711 6 th Street Circle Park............................................................................................1 South 5th Street Foothills Park......................................................................................1106 Pinyon Street McHatton Park..........................................................................................820 11th Street Paintbrush Park............................................................................................101 Ute Road Phillip & Dorcas Jensen Memorial Park.....................................Sanderson Hills Trailhead 1091 Sanderson Drive Ute Park Trailhead 12th and Hill Street Sage Hills Park.................................................................................1315 Sage Ridge Road Sanderson Hills Park.......................................................................1091 Sanderson Drive Town Park..........................................................................................20 South 4th Street

ERBM Recreation & Park District

970-878-4359 290 4th Street


REGISTRATION PROCEDURE • Visit Guest Services at the Meeker Recreation Center. • Call Guest Services at 970-878-3403. A debit/credit card is required if registering by phone. Notes: • Payment is required upon registration if the program/activity has a fee associated with it. • Be aware that there are minimum and maximum participation numbers associated with some activities/programs. Ensure enrollment in the programs of your choosing by registering as soon as possible. Deadlines: • Early Bird Cost reflects the price paid on or before the listed deadline. • If space allows, patrons may register after the listed deadline for Full Cost. REFUND POLICY Programs/Activities – Full Refund: • When entire program/activity is cancelled by the ERBM Recreation & Park District. • When registrant withdraws from program/activity prior to registration deadline. • When a drop-in fee or birthday party fee or reservation has been paid and the pool or park has closed unexpectedly. Partial Refund: • When there is a partial cancellation of a program/activity. No Refund: • For withdrawals on or after first day of program/activity. • No refunds for contracted service programs. Refund Questions: • See Guest Services for any other questions or to inquire about any refund. *Exceptions to this refund policy may be approved by a supervisor or manager.

Memberships – Prorated Refund: • Annual memberships paid in full at the time of purchase may qualify for a prorated refund based on the month of expiration. Please speak with Administrative Services Supervisor for more information. No Refund: • For planned or unexpected closures; for annual memberships on a monthly payment plan. Refund Options – • When a refund is issued, the patron will have the option to put the refund amount on account or receive a check by mail. Refunding to credit/debit cards is NOT an option.

CODE OF CONDUCT POLICY ERBM Recreation & Park District seeks to create a welcoming environment for all facility users and program/activity participants. To assist in ensuring a safe and satisfactory experience, the District asks that all patrons exhibit respectful, courteous, and considerate behavior. The District reserves the right to take appropriate actions with any individual who demonstrates inappropriate behavior. ACTIVITY/PROGRAM CANCELLATION POLICY ERBM Recreation & Park District reserves the right to postpone, reschedule, or cancel any activity if, at any time, the weather conditions and/or field/ facility are deemed unsafe. Activities postponed or cancelled may or may not be rescheduled. For current information call Guest Services at 970-878-3403 or visit www.ERBMrec.com prior to the start of the program/activity. Some activities/programs may have a minimum number of participants needed to run the activity/program. In the event the minimum has not been met, ERBM Recreation & Park District reserves the right to cancel the activity. Participants will be notified and a refund will be given.

Locations, Policies, & Procedures

POLICIES & PROCEDURES

AGE/GRADE REQUIREMENTS POLICY Programs/Activities – • Participants must be the required age/grade on the first day of the program/activity. • Programs for children ages 2–3 require the child to be at least 2 years old and under 4 years old on the first day of the program/activity. • Pre K–K programs are for children at least 4 years old on the first day of the program through Kindergarten age. They do not need to be enrolled in Preschool or Kindergarten. Grade Requirements – • For June through August programs/activities with grade requirements, refer to the grade the participant will enter in the fall. • For programs/activities that occur during the school year, refer to the grade in which the participant is currently enrolled. Special Program Exceptions – • Age requirements for certain external sport league programs, such as Coach/Machine Pitch, are determined by the league. The age required by date may be something other than the first day of the program. Details will be in the pertinent Line-Up. • National/state programs, such as the Denver Nuggets Skills Challenge, Colorado Rockies Skills Challenge, etc., have their own age-by date requirements. Details will be in the pertinent Line-Up. • Programs containing curriculum and/or requirements imposed by other external organizations, such as American Red Cross, may have their own age requirements. ADA/INCLUSION PROCESS ERBM Recreation & Park District invites patrons with or without disabilities to join our programs, parks, and facilities. If you are in need of modifications because of a disability, contact Shelly Rogers, Accessibility Coordinator, at 970-878-7415. CHILD SUPERVISION POLICY For their own safety and in consideration of other patrons, children under the age of 8 must be supervised by someone that is at least 13 years of age while in the facility; this applies to children ages 6-7 that have passed a swim test. Those participating in an ERBM program, activity, or event are excluded from this policy because they are under ERBM supervision. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES To inquire about volunteering with the ERBM Recreation & Park District, contact Guest Services at 970-878-3403 or visit www.ERBMrec.com to download and print a Volunteer Handbook. PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY The ERBM Recreation & Park District staff routinely photographs and videotapes guests enjoying our parks, facilities, programs, events, and equipment. These images may be used in print, visual presentations, and on the website or social media to promote the District. If you do not wish yourself and/or your children to be photographed, please inform Guest Services and complete the Media Release Refusal form.

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PRSRT STD ECRWSS U.S. POSTAGE PAID PERMIT #12 MEEKER, CO

POSTAL PATRON Meeker, CO 81641 101 Ute Road Meeker, CO 81641 www.ERBMrec.com 970-878-3403

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Profile for ERBM Recreation & Park District Line-Up

Spring 2020 Line-Up Activity Guide  

Registration begins February 10, 2020.

Spring 2020 Line-Up Activity Guide  

Registration begins February 10, 2020.

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