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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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Tot to Kinder (0-6)

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Youth (6-17)

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Adult (18+)

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Active Adult (50+)

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Upcoming Events

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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.

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

WINTER POOL HOURS Winter hours begin November 12.

Lap 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 Thanksgiving

November 21: Close at 1:00pm November 22-23: Closed

Christmas

December 24: Close at 1:00pm December 25-26: Closed

New Years

December 31: Close at 1:00pm January 1: Closed

Visit www.ERBMrec.com for all updates on closures and modified hours.

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ERBM Recreation & Park District


The three foundational pillars of the public parks and recreation industry include: Health and Wellness, Conservation, and Social Equity. The first two pillars are intuitively understood; we can probably all articulate the myriad benefits of robust physical fitness and healthy social activity opportunities, as well as the underlying value of the responsible preservation of public land and resources. ERBM always has a lot going on in these areas with comprehensive programming and events, such as this upcoming winter season’s Breakfast with Santa, Holiday Social, Ice Fishing, Tumbling and Dance Expo, Cardboard Derby and more, as well as the ongoing care and upkeep of our local parks and facilities. The third pillar, Social Equity, is a little more ambiguous as we each bring our own individual opinions and cultural preferences to the conversation around what constitutes civil justice or fairness. The National Recreation and Parks Association states broadly that “all people, no matter the color of their skin, age, income level or ability should have access to programs, facilities, places and spaces that make their lives and communities great.” We agree with this equity ethic here at ERBM and have been working diligently to ensure that our programs and facilities are universally accessible to all members of and visitors to our unique community. ERBM invests into this area of social equity by providing reduced rate and scholarship assistance to promote access to District activities and services for all individuals and families who may have a need. Partnering on facility and program access with service agencies like the county Departments of Public Health and Human Services, Mind Springs Health, and Horizons Specialized Services helps ERBM reach underserved individuals. Likewise, affordability and value for all continues to be a long term commitment of the ERBM Board of Directors, which is why we’re excited to offer the annual 50% off blitz pricing, available the first two weeks of January, for annual memberships at the Meeker Recreation Center for the 11th straight year! ERBM is constantly exploring and implementing strategies to make our park and recreation system as accessible and inclusive as possible. For instance, just this year alone Parks and Facility Operations staff have completed exhaustive accessibility audits and improvements at all District maintained areas while Recreation Department staff are developing procedures to ensure that any programming or facility participant accommodation requests are processed in a thorough and professional manner.

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT

If you or someone you know has ideas on how ERBM can positively promote social equity we’d love to hear from you, as it really is our collective pledge to provide open, impartial and unbiased recreational, cultural, and outdoor experiences here in eastern Rio Blanco County. We hope you and your family have a great holiday season and New Year, and remember to blitz on over to MRC and get going for 2019!

Executive Director Sean VonRoenn

ERBM EMPLOYEE OF THE QUARTER Introducing ERBM’s Exceptional Employee of the 3rd Quarter, Brandon Grasmick! Brandon is ERBM’s Recreation Coordinator and we couldn’t be happier to have him. He is a great example of someone who is fully committed to his job and to the patrons of our ERBM programs. His dedication, positive attitude, and love for sports has made Brandon a valuable asset to not only the Recreation Department, but to the entire District. Brandon’s key roles in the scheduling and coordination of Meeker Youth Volleyball, Meeker Youth Basketball, soccer, flag football, and both of our race series this summer have made him an adored member of our staff. Brandon is also credited with the overall success of our Golf for Kids program this year. Congratulations Coach Brandon – high fives all around!

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ERBM Recreation & Park District Info

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

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Kent Walter President

Travis Mobley Vice President

Rob Baughman Secretary

John Strate Treasurer

Dan Chinn Director

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

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

Roger Hall Facilities Operations Supervisor roger@ERBMrec.com 970-878-7431

Katie Day Recreation Supervisor–General katie@ERBMrec.com 970-878-7424

Chance Walker Recreation Supervisor–Athletics/Aquatics chance@ERBMrec.com 970-878-7435

Thomas Griffin Parks & Maintenance Supervisor thomas@ERBMrec.com 970-878-7407

Vonni Mercer Administrative Services Supervisor vonni@ERBMrec.com 970-878-7428

Leah Hanson Marketing/Communications Specialist leah@ERBMrec.com 970-878-7438

MEEKER RECREATION CENTER FEES DAILY FEE

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THREE ANNUAL MONTHLY DIRECT DEBIT* MONTH MEMBERSHIP* INITIAL DEBIT SUBSEQUENT (including $25 setup) DEBIT AMOUNT PASS Children 3 & Under FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! – – Children 4-12 $2.00 $18.00 $45.00 $150.00 $37.50 $12.50 Youth 13-17 $3.00 $27.00 $65.00 $225.00 $43.75 $18.75 Adults 18-54 $5.00 $45.00 $110.00 $375.00 $56.25 $31.25 Adults 55-74 $3.00 $27.00 $65.00 $225.00 $43.75 $18.75 Adults 75 & older FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! – – Family** – $75.00 $180.00 $600.00 $75.00 $50.00 Dual Adult*** – $60.00 $150.00 $500.00 $66.67 $41.67 *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 ERBM Recreation & Park District

MONTHLY PASS


Equipment Offered

• Life Fitness and Cybex cardio machines, treadmills, ellipticals, 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. For a Quick Orientation, choose cardio equipment, weight machines, or free weights; 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

Any time 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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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. • 6 and 7 year-olds 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. Private (one student): $85 for five 30-minute lessons Semi-private (2-3 students): $100 for five 30-minute lessons

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.

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

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.

POOL CLOSURES/MODIFIED HOURS:

Thanksgiving: Nov. 21: Close at 1:00pm; Nov. 22-23: CLOSED Christmas: Dec. 24: Close at 1:00pm; Dec. 25-26: CLOSED New Years: Dec. 31: Close at 1:00pm; Jan. 1: CLOSED 5:00am 5:30am 6:00am 6:30am 7:00am 7:30am

WINTER POOL HOURS Winter hours begin November 12.

MONDAY - THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Lap Swim

Lap Swim

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

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

8:00am

Open Swim

8:30am 9:00am

8:00am-6:30pm

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 6:00pm 6:30pm

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Safety Breaks* (10 minutes in length)

Safety Breaks* (10 minutes in length)

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

Noon 2:00pm 4:00pm

4:30pm-6:30pm

Pool availability may be limited due to swim lessons/swim team. Select pools will still be open.

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

11:00am-5:00pm Safety Breaks*

(10 minutes in length)

1:00pm 3:00pm

4:30pm-6:30pm

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

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


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.

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

ADMIN BUILDING HOURS Who: Children ages 6 months – 10 years Where: Admin Cost: $1 for one hour or $2 for 1.5 hours

Tot-Spot is available at the Admin Building during specific Tiny programs and 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

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Fitness Classes

Pages 19-21

Monday

8:00am-Noon

Tuesday

8:00am-Noon 8:00am-Noon 5:00pm-7:00pm 8:00am-Noon

Wednesday Thursday

8:00am-Noon

Friday

No Tot-Spot the evening of November 21 and closed November 22-23 (Thanksgiving), December 25-26 (Christmas), and January 1 (New Years).

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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 there 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 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-SPOT

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.

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Special Events

HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS

2018

Holiday Customer Appreciation Drawing

HOLIDAY CLOSURES

Thanksgiving

Wednesday, November 21: Close at 1:00pm Thursday, November 22: Closed Friday, November 23: Closed

December 1 – December 20 (One entry per day • Enter at the Meeker Recreation Center)

Christmas

Adult Prizes:

Monday, December 24: Close at 1:00pm Tuesday, December 25: Closed Wednesday, December 26: Closed

Youth (13 & Under):

• One Annual Membership of choice • 13-$50 MRC Certificates

• 10 Gift Bags

Drawing will be held the morning of December 21. Winners will be notified by 1:00pm and listed on ERBM's Facebook page. Need not be present to win. Current MRC membership not needed.

New Year's

Monday, December 31: Close at 1:00pm Tuesday, January 1: Closed

LIMITED TIME OFFER!

MEMBERSHIP

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BLITZ 50% OFF COST OF ANNUAL MEMBERSHIPS

January 2 – January 15

Starts at 5:00am on Wednesday, January 2nd and ends at 8:30pm on Tuesday, January 15th.

No Exceptions!

Regular Cost Children 4–12

$150

Youth 13–17

$225

Adults 18–54

$375

Adults 55–74

$225

Dual Adult

$500

Family

$600

ERBM Recreation & Park District

Blitz Cost $75 $112.50 $187.50 $112.50 $250 $300

Monthly Payment Initial Debit

(includes $25 setup fee)

$31.25

Subsequent Debit

$6.25

$34.38

$9.38

$40.63

$15.63

$34.38

$9.38

$45.84

$20.84

$50

$25

Membership includes unlimited use of the fitness room and pool during normal operating hours.


Special Events

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA You are cordially invited to visit Santa and have breakfast provided by ERBM and cooked and served by the Lions Club. Bring your wish list to share and some non-perishables to donate to the local food pantry. Remember your cameras! When

December 8 | Saturday | 8:30am-11:00am

Who

All Ages

Where

Fairfield Center

Cost

FREE

TUMBLING & DANCE EXPO Support your local tumblers and dancers as they showcase their skills. Community members are encouraged to come and watch! When

December 14 | Friday | 5:30pm-8:00pm

Who

All Ages

Where

MES Gym | NEW LOCATION!

Cost

FREE

Performance Schedule 5:30pm–Creative Movement & ERBM Dance Company 6:00pm–Tumble Fun 6:30pm–Tumbling Level 1 7:00pm–Boys Tumbling Level 2+ & Girls Tumbling Level 2 7:30pm–Girls Tumbling Levels 3&4

FAMILY ICE FISHING DAY Bundle up, grab your fishing rod, and join ERBM and January 5 | Saturday When Colorado Parks and Wildlife staff (CPW) for a day of ice 10:00am-2:00pm fishing at Lake Avery. CPW will be on hand to provide all All Ages Who of the necessary equipment along with knowledge on Children under 8 must be accompanied how to ice fish, types of fish, and the environment in by an adult. which the fish live. ERBM will provide a FREE lunch from Where Lake Avery 11:30am-1:30pm, cooked and served by the Meeker Cost FREE Lions Club. Shortly after lunch there will be a drawing for a wide variety of prizes! A valid Colorado fishing license is required for all participants 16 and older. For more information contact a local licensing agent or visit Colorado Parks and Wildlife online. This event is weather dependent. If the ice is deemed unsafe the event will be cancelled. The decision to cancel will be made on December 29 and will be advertised in the January 3 Herald Times newspaper and on the ERBM Facebook page. Directions to Lake Avery: Take County Road 8 upriver 22 miles. Take a left at the Lake Avery sign and follow the road up to the parking lot.

MHS Auditorium November 15 at 6:30pm November 16 at 6:30pm November 17 at 2:00pm Admission $7

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CARDBOARD DERBY

As the snow piles up, it's time to get ready for the annual Cardboard Derby. Put your engineering caps on and create the fastest and most creative cardboard sled that will take you down the famed sled hill at Paintbrush Park. A free breakfast will be served at 9:30am to kick off the festivities. Do you have what it takes to win the traveling golden cup?

When

January 12 | Saturday | 9:30am-Noon

Who

All Ages

Where

Paintbrush Park

Cost

FREE

Breakfast: 9:30am Registration: 10:00am | Derby Begins: 10:30am Meet at the top of Paintbrush Park Sled Hill.

No snow?!

Bring your sled anyway; we will still be enjoying breakfast and judging the most creative sled!

Construction Materials: Sleds can ONLY be created with cardboard, tape, and glue. Decorating Materials: Sleds may be decorated with paint, markers, and tape.

Categories: Race Divisions: • 2 & Under (with parent/caregiver) • Biggest Wipeout • Fastest to Fall Apart • 3 & 4 Years Old (with parent/ • Most Creative: 1st for each division caregiver) Race Champions: 1st for each division • 5-7 Years Old • 8-10 Years Old • 11-13 Years Old Fastest overall wins the • 14-18 Years Old traveling GOLDEN CUP! • Family (up to four participants)

CRIBBAGE TOURNAMENT Spend a fun, relaxing afternoon playing cribbage at the Meeker VFW. Bring your own board. A percentage of the proceeds will go to the top three winners with the remainder donated to the VFW. A small lunch will be provided for participants.

When

January 27 | Sunday | 1:00pm-6:00pm

Who

All Ages

Where

Meeker VFW

Cost

$20 (cash only)

Deadline: NO early registration. Register day of event.

American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED class teaches participants to recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac, breathing, and first aid emergencies. This class teaches participants the skills needed to give immediate care to an injured or ill person until more advanced medical personnel arrive and take over. The First Aid/CPR/AED certification card is included in the price of the class.

FIRST AID/CPR/AED CLASS When

February 9 | Saturday | 8:00am-1:00pm

Who

12 & Older

Where

MRC MP Room

Cost

Early Bird $40 | Full Cost $45

Early Bird Deadline: February 1 Final Deadline: February 6

WOOD CRAFT Paint your own unique design on wood under the guidance of a talented craft instructor. Invite a friend and let the fun begin! A discount will be given if you sign up together!

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When

February 23 | Saturday | 9:00am-12:30pm

Who

8 & Older

Where

Meeker Recreation Center MP Room

Cost

Early Bird $30 Individual | $56 Partner/Duo Full Cost $32 Individual | $60 Partner/Duo

Early Bird Deadline: February 8 | Final Deadline: February 15


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

PRESCHOOL AQUATICS SWIM LESSONS

These eight 45-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 allowed (including parents and siblings) in the pool area except during the last day of class.

PSA 1

PSA 2 Monday/Wednesday Group

When

January 14-February 6 January 14-February 6 Monday/Wednesdays Mondays/Wednesdays 4:30pm-5:15pm 5:20pm-6:05pm

Who

3-5 Years Old

Where

MRC Pool

Cost

Early Bird $30 | Full Cost $38

PSA 2 Tuesday/Thursday Group January 15-February 7 Tuesdays/Thursdays 4:30pm-5:15pm

PSA 3 January 15-February 7 Tuesdays/Thursdays 5:20pm-6:05pm

Early Bird Deadline: December 21 | Final Deadline: December 28

ITTY BITTY SWEETHEART POOL PARTY Roses are red and violets are blue. A sweetheart pool party we are planning for you! Ages 7 and under must be supervised in the water by someone 13 years of age or older. All pool rules apply.

When

February 15 | Friday | 1:00pm-3:00pm

Who

7 & Under

Where MRC Pool Cost

Normal MRC fees apply + $1 for craft project

Looking to volunteer? With your support, ERBM’s programs can be better than ever! To learn more about our volunteer opportunities, visit www.ERBMrec.com.

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Tot to Kinder (0-6)

TINY OPEN GYM Bring your toddlers to this open gym to burn off some of their built up energy. Use sports and tumbling equipment independently in the Admin Gym. A gym supervisor will be present, but will not lead organized activities. Maximum of three children per parent/caregiver.

When

December 4-February 26 | Tuesdays | 10:00am-11:00am No class December 25 (Christmas) and January 1 (New Years).

Who

1-4 Years Old with Parent/Caregiver

Where Admin Gym Free Cost

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. When

December 6-December 20 | Thursdays | 10:00am-10:45am

Who

2-3 Years Old with Parent/Caregiver

Where MRC Studio | Tot-Spot available at MRC! Early Bird $11 | Full Cost $14 Cost Early Bird Deadline: November 30 Final Deadline: December 4

TINY YOGA Learn simple yoga poses while having an enjoyable time on the mat. Maximum of two children per parent/caregiver.

When

January 10-January 31 | Thursdays | 10:00am-10:45am

Who

2-3 Years Old with Parent/Caregiver

Where MRC Studio | Tot-Spot available at MRC! Early Bird $15 | Full Cost $19 Cost Early Bird Deadline: January 4 Final Deadline: January 8

In this class parents and toddlers share creativity through art and craft projects. Be prepared to get messy! Maximum of two children per parent/caregiver.

INCLUSION PROCESS

TINY TOTS When

February 7-February 28 | Thursdays | 10:00am-10:45am

Who

2-3 Years Old with Parent/Caregiver

Where MRC MP Room | Tot-Spot available at MRC! Early Bird $15 | Full Cost $19 Cost Early Bird Deadline: February 1 Final Deadline: February 5

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, ADA Coordinator, at 970-878-7415.

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Burn off some energy in Tumble Fun! Participants will engage in large muscle activity and enjoy the physical advantages of acquiring new skills such as body coordination and flexibility. Girls are encouraged to wear a leotard/unitard in class for proper coverage. Boys are asked to wear loose fitting clothing and shirts that can be tucked in. Only tumblers are allowed in the gym while class is in session. These tumblers will perform at the Annual Recital on May 4.

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Michelle Cox Photogra

Tuesday Group

Wednesday Group

When

January 8-April 30 Tuesdays | 4:00pm-4:45pm No class March 19 (Spring Break).

Who

PreK-K (4-6 Years Old) | Boys & Girls PreK-K (4-6 Years Old) | Boys & Girls

Where Admin Gym Cost

January 9-May 1 Wednesdays | 4:15pm-5:00pm No class March 20 (Spring Break).

Tot to Kinder (0-6)

TUMBLE FUN

Admin Gym

Early Bird $48 | Full Cost $56

Early Bird $48 | Full Cost $56

Early Bird Deadline: January 4 Final Deadline: January 18

CREATIVE MOVEMENT This popular class introduces tap, jazz, and ballet to young dancers. Participants will develop body awareness and listening skills while experiencing peer interaction. Ballet shoes (pink for girls, black for boys) and black tap shoes are required. Dancers are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing that provides proper coverage. Only dancers are allowed in the studio while class is in session. These dancers will be learning fun routines that will be revealed at the Annual Recital on May 4. Costume purchase and performance are optional; more information will be handed out during class.

Monday Group When

January 7-April 29 Mondays | 4:00pm-5:00pm No class March 18 (Spring Break).

Who

PreK-K (4-6 Years Old) | Boys & Girls

Where

MRC Studio

Cost

Early Bird $48 | Full Cost $56

Thursday Group January 10-May 2 Thursdays | 5:15pm-6:15pm No class March 21 (Spring Break).

Early Bird Deadline: January 4 Final Deadline: January 18 Michelle Cox Photography

Looking for youngster basketball? Little & Jr. Dribblers basketball for boys and girls K-2nd grade will be coming this spring. Watch for details in the Spring Line-Up that comes out in February! www.ERBMrec.com | 970-878-3403

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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 4 (LTS 4)

Improve proficiency in performing the swimming strokes that were introduced in LTS 3. Students will also learn additional strokes and turns.

Student must be able to swim front crawl for 15 yards with face in water, using rhythmic breathing and also be able to swim elementary backstroke for 15 yards. Student must be able to jump into deep water from the side of the pool and maintain position by treading or floating for 10 seconds. Student must also be able to tread water, perform survival float, and back float for 30 seconds each. All of this and/or successful completion of LTS 3.

6 Years & Older

LEARN TO SWIM LESSONS These eight 45-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

February 18-March 13 Mondays & Wednesdays 4:30pm-5:15pm

Who

6 Years & Older

LTS 2 February 18-March 13 Mondays & Wednesdays 5:20pm-6:05pm

LTS 3 February 19-March 14 Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:30pm-5:15pm

LTS 4 February 19-March 14 Tuesdays & Thursdays 5:20pm-6:05pm

Where MRC Pool Early Bird $30 | Full Cost $38 Cost Early Bird Deadline: January 25 Final Deadline: February 1

SNOWSHOE & KINDERSHUTTLE CHECK-OUT

The Meeker Recreation Center has adult and child snowshoes and a KinderShuttle child carrier available to be checked out at no charge on a first-come first-serve basis. Please call the Meeker Recreation Center at 970-878-3403 for more information.

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These tumbling classes will conclude with the Annual Recital.

Save the Date: May 4-5, 2019 at the MHS Auditorium

Only tumblers are allowed in the gym while class is in session. Girls are encouraged to wear a leotard/unitard in class for proper coverage. Boys are asked to wear loose fitting clothing and shirts that can be tucked in.

Level 1 - Boys & Girls This tumbling class concentrates on technique, flexibility, and strength building. Tumblers will work on assorted rolls, cartwheels, backbends, bridges, headstands, balancing drills, and Michelle Cox Photography jumps.

Monday Group

Thursday Group

When

January 7-April 29 Mondays | 4:15pm-5:15pm No class March 18.

Who

1st-12th Grade | Boys & Girls 1st-12th Grade | Boys & Girls

Where Admin Gym Cost

January 10-May 2 Thursdays | 4:15pm-5:15pm No class March 21. Admin Gym

Early Bird $48 | Full Cost $56

Early Bird $48 | Full Cost $56

Early Bird Deadline: January 4 Final Deadline: January 18

Boys Level 2+

This tumbling class concentrates on enhancing technique, flexibility, and strength. This class requires a skills test that demonstrates proper mastery of all Level 1 elements. Call Guest Services to schedule a skills test.

Girls Level 2

Tumblers will work on intermediate rolls, cartwheels, jumps, splits, and more. This class requires a skills test that

demonstrates proper mastery of all Level 1 elements. Call Guest Services to schedule a skills test.

When

January 9-May 1 | Wednesdays 5:15pm-6:00pm | No class March 20.

When

January 7-April 29 | Mondays 5:30pm-6:30pm | No class March 18.

Who

1st-12th Grade | Boys

Who

1st-12th Grade | Girls

Where

Admin Gym

Where

Admin Gym

Cost

Early Bird $48 | Full Cost $56

Cost

Early Bird $48 | Full Cost $56

Early Bird Deadline: January 4

Early Bird Deadline: January 4

Final Deadline: January 18

Final Deadline: January 18

Girls Level 3

Tumblers will work on advanced rolls, assorted backbends, bridges, cartwheels, balancing, acrobatic partner stunts, and more. This class requires a skills test that demonstrates proper mastery of all previous levels' elements. Call Guest Services to schedule a skills test.

When

January 9-May 1 | Wednesdays 6:15pm-7:30pm No class March 20.

Who

1st-12th Grade | Girls

Where

Admin Gym

Cost

Early Bird $48 | Full Cost $56

Youth (6-17)

TUMBLING CLASSES

Girls Level 4 Tumblers will work on walkovers, handsprings, assorted handstands, aerials, balancing, flexibility drills, jumps, splits, and acrobatic partner stunts. This class requires a

skills test that demonstrates proper mastery of all previous levels' elements. Call Guest Services to schedule a skills test.

NEW: Level 4 will perform at the Annual Recital on Sunday, May 5! January 7-April 29 | Mondays When 6:45pm-8:00pm No class March 18. Who

1st-12th Grade | Girls

Early Bird Deadline: January 4

Where

Admin Gym

Final Deadline: January 18

Cost

Early Bird $48 | Full Cost $56

Early Bird Deadline: January 4 Final Deadline: January 18 www.ERBMrec.com | 970-878-3403

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HOOPS FOR CHARITY 3-ON-3 TOURNAMENT Gather your team of three or four players and join us for the 9th annual Hoops for Charity 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament! Compete for a chance to become a division winner and donate to a charity of your choice. Not participating? Come watch and support this event for a great cause! Final deadline to register is December 27 at noon; no late registration will be accepted. Rules and guidelines can be found at the Meeker Recreation Center or online at www.ERBMrec.com. Divisions December 28 | Friday | 9:00am When 3rd-4th Grade Co-ed 5th-6th Grade Boys 3rd 8th Grade | Boys & Girls Who 5th-6th Grade Girls MHS Gym Where 7th-8th Grade Boys FOR CHA $30/Team 7th-8th Grade Girls Cost

HOOP

S

RIT Y

Divisions may be combined if there are not enough teams.

Deadline December 27 at Noon

MHS SPORTS CLINICS The ERBM Recreation & Park District is proud to support Meeker High School (MHS) athletic programs by hosting basketball and cheer clinics for young athletes in the community! High school coaches and players will teach fundamental skills for each sport. Help support these high school programs by participating in their exceptional clinics! Participants in the cheer clinic will cheer at halftime for the MHS boys home basketball game on Friday, February 1.

Holiday Hoops Basketball Clinic

Cheer Clinic

When

January 3 | Thursday | 10:00am-Noon

When

February 1 | Friday | 9:30am-Noon

Who

Boys & Girls | K-8th Grade

Who

Boys & Girls | K-8th Grade

Where

MHS Gym

Where

MHS Gym

Cost

FREE

Cost

FREE

Deadline Day-of registration from 9:30am-10:00am

Deadline Day-of registration from 9:00am-9:30am

MEEKER YOUTH BASKETBALL – BOYS

Who When

Meeker Youth Basketball (MYB) is a recreational traveling program that is a part of the Colorado River Valley Developmental League. This program places emphasis on basketball fundamentals in a team setting. Players will practice twice a week and play out-of-town games on Saturdays. Game uniforms will be checked out for the season and MUST be returned at the conclusion of the 2019 MYB season. A game schedule will be provided at the start of the season. Coaches Meeting: January 3 at 5:30pm at the Meeker Recreation Center MP Room 3rd-4th Grade Boys 5th-6th Grade Boys Parents Meeting: 3rd-4th grade: January 7 at 7:15pm at Practices: Practices: January 7-February 20 January 8-February 28 the MES Gym Mondays & Wednesdays Tuesdays & Thursdays 5th-6th grade: January 8 at 7:15pm at 6:15pm-7:15pm 6:15pm-7:15pm the MES Gym Games: Games: Saturdays TBD Saturdays TBD January 19-February 23 January 19-March 2

MES Gym Where MES Gym Early Bird $42 | Full Cost $49 Early Bird $48 | Full Cost $56 Cost Early Bird Deadline: December 10 Final Deadline: December 17

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VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDED! Volunteering is a great way to enhance the lives of the kids in our community! To become a volunteer coach contact Brandon at 970-878-7427. The more volunteers we have, the more teams we can make, which means more playing time for the kids!


On behalf of the Colorado January 11 | Friday | 9:00am When Parks and Recreation Ages 6-13 Who Association (CPRA) and (Age as of April 30, 2019) the Denver Nuggets, MHS Gym Where ERBM is proud to host the local competition FREE Cost for the Denver Nuggets Skills Deadline January 11 Challenge. Participants will be Onsite registration 8:15amable to showcase their talents in 8:45am at the MHS Gym dribbling, passing, and shooting. Winners in each age division will have the opportunity to advance to the sectional competition. Age is determined as of April 30, 2019. Forms and rules are available at Guest Services at the Meeker Recreation Center and online at www.ERBMrec.com.

Youth (6-17)

DENVER NUGGETS SKILLS CHALLENGE

YOUTH/TEEN OPEN GYM BASKETBALL Seize the opportunity to play unorganized basketball. Knock-out, 3-on-3, and more–the options are endless! A gym supervisor will be present to ensure safety, but will not lead organized activities. At least four participants need to arrive 15 minutes after start time or open gym will be cancelled for the day.

Youth (K-8th Grade)

Teen (9th-12th Grade)

When

January 18-March 8 Fridays 1:00pm-2:00pm

When

January 18-March 8 Fridays 11:45am-12:45pm

Who

K-8th Grade | Boys & Girls

Who

9th-12th Grade | Boys & Girls

Where

MES Gym

Where

MES Gym

Cost

FREE

Cost

FREE

Under 8 must have a parent/caregiver 13 or older present.

LEGOS® AT THE LIBRARY Learn the principles of simple and powered machines while enjoying Lego® time.

Junior LEGOS® at the Library When

January 11-February 1 | Fridays 10:00am-11:00am

Who

5-8 Years Old

LEGOS® at the Library When

February 8March 1 Fridays 10:00am-11:00am

Who

9-11 Years Old

Where Meeker Public Library Early Bird $12 | Full Cost $14 Cost

Where Meeker Public Library Early Bird $12 | Full Cost $14 Cost

Early Bird Deadline: January 4

Early Bird Deadline: February 1

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, ADA Coordinator, at 970-878-7415.

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TEEN SKI TRIPS Join us for a gnarly day of skiing or snowboarding on the mountain! Vans will depart at 7:00am from the Meeker Recreation Center parking lot and then head back from the mountain by 3:00pm. Shredders may use their own equipment or season pass. Rentals and lift prices are listed below. Pack a lunch and/or bring money to purchase food at the mountain.

February Trip Powderhorn Resort

January Trip Sunlight Mountain When

January 4 | Friday | 7:00am-5:00pm (return time is approximate depending on weather conditions)

Who

6th-12th Grade | Boys & Girls

Where

Glenwood Springs, CO

Cost

Van Ride: $10

When

February 1 | Friday | 7:00am-5:00pm (return time is approximate depending on weather conditions)

Who

6th-12th Grade | Boys & Girls

Where

Mesa, CO

Cost

Van Ride: $10

Final Deadline: January 29

Final Deadline: January 2

Powderhorn Special Rates

Sunlight Special Rates

Prices subject to change for potential group rates.

Prices subject to change for potential group rates.

Lift Ticket

Ski/Snowboard Rentals (helmet included)

Lift Ticket

Ski Rentals (ski, boot, poles)

Snowboard w/boots

Helmet

Adult (18-59)

$65

$25

$30

$5

Child (7-12)

$28

$19

Student (6-17)

$45

$20

$25

$5

Youth (13-17)

$48

$33

Cut out the punch card on the back page of this Line-Up and bring it with you!

Want to hit the slopes even more this winter? Rifle Parks & Recreation offers a bus that runs every Saturday between December 15-March 30 (tentatively) to SUNLIGHT MOUNTAIN RESORT. Season bus passes are available for $20 or one trip is $5. For more information, call Rifle Parks & Recreation at 970-665-6570 or view page 11 of their brochure at: www.rifleco.org/DocumentCenter/View/10665/2018-Winter-Brochure.

LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL & SOFTBALL Little League Baseball and Softball sign-ups begin late January/early February. Practices will begin early March and games are played through the end of May/beginning of June. Check out the website, www.crvbaseball.com, or their Facebook page for updates and registration. ERBM Recreation & Park District supports Little League by offering financial assistance to Meeker participants. Visit the CRV website for more information on this financial assistance program. ERBM will be offering developmental baseball/softball programs in the summer. Watch for the Summer Line-Up in May 2018 for more details on Pre T-Ball, T-Ball, and Coach/Machine Pitch.

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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 in to classes that fit your schedule! Fitness Passes available at Guest Services. Ten punches for $40 adult/youth or $20/senior.

Fitness Calendar Key MRC Studio

Admin

Tot-Spot Available

WINTER SESSION 1:

December 3-December 21 | Early Bird Deadline November 30 Monday

5:00am

Tuesday

Wednesday

Holiday Hustle

Holiday Hustle

Winter Workout Land

Winter Workout Land

6:00am

5:30am-6:15am

Adult (18+)

GROUP FITNESS

Thursday

5:30am-6:15am

7:00am 8:00am 9:00am

Noon 1:00pm 5:00pm

8:15am-9:15am

8:15am-9:15am

Dreaming of a Light Christmas Pilates

Yuletide Yoga

12:10pm-12:50pm

12:10pm-12:50pm

Yuletide Yoga

12:10pm-12:50pm

Dreaming of a Light Christmas Pilates 12:10pm-12:50pm

Snow Bunny Barre Kris Kringle Kross Train

6:00pm

5:15pm-5:45pm

5:30pm-6:30pm

Kris Kringle Kross Train 5:30pm-6:30pm

7:00pm

CLASS DETAILS

Classes Listed Alphabetically

EBC= Early Bird Cost

FC = Full Cost

Dreaming of a Light Christmas Pilates This mid-day class will stretch and strengthen muscles from head-to-toe while working on balance, strength, and flexibility. When

Dates

Tu|Th Dec. 4-Dec. 20

Time

Where

EBC

12:10pm-12:50pm MRC Studio $21

FC

$24

EB Deadline

Nov. 30

Instructor

Kari Jo

Holiday Hustle Energetic workouts in this class include spin, strength, and core all in one and is appropriate for all fitness levels. When

Dates

M|W Dec. 3-Dec. 19

Time

5:30am-6:15am

Where

EBC

Admin Gym $21

FC

$24

EB Deadline

Nov. 30

Instructor

Ivy/Amber

Kris Kringle Kross Train Join this class for a combo of circuit training, cycling, resistance training, and more. Get the benefit of multiple fitness classes in one class! When

Dates

Tu|Th Dec. 4-Dec. 20

Time

5:30pm-6:30pm

Where

EBC

Admin Gym $21

FC

$24

EB Deadline

Nov. 30

Instructor

Stacy

Snow Bunny Barre Join a non-impact workout that burns fat and creates long, lean muscles. The barre workout is designed to trim, tighten, and tone your entire body. When

W

Dates

Dec. 5-Dec. 19

Time

5:15pm-5:45pm

Where

EBC

MRC Studio $11

FC

$12

EB Deadline

Nov. 30

Instructor

Kari Jo/Amber

Winter Workout Land Get in shape! Experience high intensity workouts that target the major muscle groups of the upper and lower body. When

Dates

M|W Dec. 3-Dec. 19

Time

8:15am-9:15am

Where

EBC

MRC Studio $21

FC

$24

EB Deadline

Nov. 30

Instructor

Ivy

Yuletide Yoga This yoga class will strengthen the core, increase your fitness level, and improve flexibility. When

Dates

M|W Dec. 3-Dec. 19

Time

Where

EBC

12:10pm-12:50pm MRC Studio $21

FC

$24

EB Deadline

Nov. 30

Instructor

Antina

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YOU2019

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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 in to classes that fit your schedule! Fitness Passes available at Guest Services. Ten punches for $40 adult/youth or $20/senior.

GROUP FITNESS Fitness Calendar Key MRC Studio MRC Pool

WINTER SESSION 2

Admin Tot-Spot Available

January 7-March 1 | Early Bird Deadline January 4 Monday

5:00am 6:00am

Tuesday

Wake-up Workout

9:00am

Noon 1:00pm 5:00pm

Mama Madness 8:15am-9:15am

Strength Yoga

12:10pm-12:50pm

Thursday

5:30am-6:15am

Senior Splash

Mama Madness

8:10am-9:00am

8:15am-9:15am

Strength Yoga

Pilates

12:10pm-12:50pm

12:10pm-12:50pm

Senior Splash 8:10am-9:00am

Body Positive Yoga 8:30am-9:30am

Pilates

12:10pm-12:50pm

Below the Belt 5:15pm-5:45pm

Crank It Core

6:00pm

5:30pm-6:30pm

Crank It Core

5:30pm-6:30pm

7:00pm

=Aquatics Class

Friday

Wake-up Workout

5:30am-6:15am

7:00am 8:00am

Wednesday

Classes Listed Alphabetically

EBC= Early Bird Cost

FC = Full Cost

CLASS DETAILS

Below the Belt This 30-minute workout is designed to tighten and tone your glutes, define your legs, and strengthen your core. This class will incorporate the barre, gliders, Bender Balls, and more. When

W

Dates

Jan. 9-Feb. 27

Time

5:15pm-5:45pm

Where

EBC

MRC Studio $28

FC

$32

EB Deadline

Jan. 4

Instructor

Amber/Kari Jo

Body Positive Yoga This is an all-levels class that balances light-heartedness with the mindful acceptance of the whole self. Practice kindness and trust in your body on the mat so you can bring that forth into the world. When

F

Dates

Jan. 11-Mar. 1

Time

8:30am-9:30am

Where

EBC

MRC Studio $28

FC

$32

EB Deadline

Jan. 4

Instructor

Antina

Crank It Core This class combines high energy cycling with core-focused strength and yoga exercises. When

Dates

Tu|Th Jan. 8-Feb. 28

Time

5:30pm-6:30pm

Where

EBC

Admin Gym $56

FC

$64

EB Deadline

Jan. 4

Instructor

Stacy

Mama Madness This class combines high intensity workouts that target the major muscle groups of the upper and lower body. When

Dates

M|W Jan. 7-Feb. 27

Time

8:15am-9:15am

Where

EBC

MRC Studio $56

FC

$64

EB Deadline

Jan. 4

Instructor

Ivy

Pilates This mid-day class will stretch and strengthen muscles from head-to-toe while working on balance, strength, and flexibility. When

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Dates

Tu|Th Jan. 8-Feb. 28 ERBM Recreation & Park District

Time

Where

EBC

12:10pm-12:50pm MRC Studio $56

FC

$64

EB Deadline

Jan. 4

Instructor

Kari Jo


=Aquatics Class

Classes Listed Alphabetically

EBC= Early Bird Cost

FC = Full Cost

Senior Splash An old favorite is back! Kick-start the day with fun and fitness. This gentle class is designed to improve flexibility, balance, and strengthen the body to improve ease of motion in everyday activities. When

Dates

Tu|Th Jan. 8-Feb. 28

Time

8:10am-9:00am

Where

MRC Pool

EBC

$56

FC

$64

EB Deadline

Jan. 4

Instructor

New Instructor!

Strength Yoga This class for all levels consists of a flowing practice designed to help you find foundational strength, freedom of movement, and a connection to your breath. When

Dates

M|W Jan. 7-Feb. 27

Time

Where

EBC

12:10pm-12:50pm MRC Studio $56

FC

$64

EB Deadline

Jan. 4

Adult (18+)

CLASS DETAILS

Instructor

Antina

Wake-Up Workout Rise to the challenge of two different workout disciplines in one class! Receive a combination of strength training, cardio, kickboxing, cycling, or resistance training to prevent boredom. When

Dates

M|W Jan. 7-Feb. 27

Time

5:30am-6:15am

Where

EBC

Admin Gym $56

FC

$64

EB Deadline

Jan. 4

Instructor

Ivy/Amber

WINTER WORKOUT CHALLENGE It's time to stop letting the holidays and cold weather be your excuse for clothing getting tighter! Participate in fitness classes to get into better shape and earn prizes along the way! Participation in any of our fitness classes from January 7-March 1 will automatically enter you into the challenge (fitness instructors will be tracking your attendance–no need to register). Attend 10 fitness classes to earn a water bottle and attend 20 classes to earn a shirt!

When

January 7-March 1

Who

13 & Older

Where

Any fitness class location offered by ERBM

Cost

None

ADULT DROP-IN SPORTS Adult Drop-In Sports will be available two times a week. On Tuesdays, bump, set, and spike with volleyball. On Wednesdays, come shoot some hoops. 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.

VOLLEYBALL

BASKETBALL

When

When

Tuesdays 7:30pm-9:00pm

December 5-February 27 No session Dec. 26.

December 4-February 26 No session Dec. 25 & Jan. 1. Who

18 & Older

Where MES Gym FREE Cost

Wednesdays 7:30pm-9:00pm

Who

18 & Older

Where MES Gym FREE Cost

ADULT COED 3-ON-3 BASKETBALL LEAGUE Join us for this new adult sport program! December 13-January 10 | Thursdays | 6:30pm-8:00pm When Gather your team of three or four 18 & Older Who players and join this 3-on-3 basketball league. There are four weeks of regular Where MES Gym season play followed by a season ending Early Bird $34 per team | Full Cost $49 per team Cost tournament. Teams will play 1-2 games Early Bird Deadline: November 29 a night with winners of the tournament receiving a trophy. A mandatory meeting Final Deadline: December 6 for captains will be held on Thursday, December 13 at 6:00pm at the Meeker Elementary School (MES) Gym. This is an adult only program; participants must be 18 years of age or older. If you would like to play, but do not have a designated team, sign-up as a free agent and your information will be shared with team captains. www.ERBMrec.com | 970-878-3403

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WESTERN COUPLE'S DANCE Discover the wonderful world of western dance. This class is for couples who long to dance at the upcoming social events as well as those who just want a refresher or a fun night out. In this three night class, couples will learn to two step, waltz, and country swing. Everyone must have a dance partner to participate. Please wear clean, comfortable shoes.

When Who

December 6-December 20 Thursdays 7:00pm-8:00pm 16 & Older

Where MRC Studio Early Bird $21 per couple | Full Cost $24 per couple

Cost

Early Bird Deadline: November 30 Final Deadline: December 4

Join this class for terrific exercise and a whole lot of fun! Tap dance helps build coordination, balance, strength, and phy confidence. Participants need Photogra Cox Michelle tap shoes and comfortable clothing to practice. Only participants are allowed in the studio during class. The dancers will be learning fun routines to be revealed on May 5 at the Annual Recital. Costume purchase and performance are optional; more information will be handed out during class.

ADULT TAP When Who

January 10-May 2 Thursdays | 7:00pm-8:00pm No class March 21 (Spring Break). 16 & Older

Where MRC Studio Cost

Early Bird $56 | Full Cost $64

Early Bird Deadline: January 7 Final Deadline: February 1

PIGS (PROJECTS IN GROCERY SACKS) When

Grab your crochet hooks and yarn and join us for an afternoon of crocheting, conversation, and refreshments. Bring crocheting projects that you have started but can't seem to finish (those pesky Projects In Grocery Sacks!) and let us help you get back on track. An expert volunteer will be available to teach the art of crocheting.

January 11 & January 25 February 8 & February 22 Fridays | 1:00pm-4:00pm

Who

18 & Older

Where

MRC MP Room

Cost

FREE

No experience is required to make your own canvas painting! At the end of this morning session you will be able to enjoy the amazing artwork you have created. Cost includes all supplies.

MORNING CANVAS PAINTING When

January 26 | Saturday | 9:30am-12:30pm

Who

18 & Older

Where MRC MP Room Early Bird $30 | Full Cost $33 Cost Early Bird Deadline: January 12 Final Deadline: January 19

FITNESS PASS ERBM RECREATION & PARK DISTRICT

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Drop in to classes that fit YOUR schedule! Ten convenient punches! Adult/Youth: $40 Senior: $20 Purchase yours at Guest Services today!


Celebrate the holiday season by joining us for delicious food and great entertainment at the 2018 Holiday Social. RSVP to the Meeker Recreation Center by Tuesday, November 20 for early bird price. Participants must RSVP before November 30 so an accurate count can be given to the caterer.

When

December 6 | Thursday | Lunch at 11:30 | Entertainment at Noon

Who

50 & Older

Where Fairfield Center Early Bird $5 | Full Cost $7 Cost Early Bird Deadline: November 20 Final Deadline: November 30

GENTLEMEN'S "GEEZER GATHER" Stop by for refreshments and conversation at the Geezer Gather–a name the participants have given themselves!

GAME DAY

Stop by for refreshments, conversation, and a game of cards at the Meeker Recreation Center.

When

Tuesdays | 9:00am No session Dec. 25 and Jan. 1.

When

Wednesdays | 9:00am No session Dec. 26.

Who

50 & Older

Who

50 & Older

Where MRC Lounge Cost

Active Adult (50+)

HOLIDAY SOCIAL

Where MRC Lounge

FREE

Cost

FREE

ATTENTION ACTIVE ADULTS! Be sure to check out all the community (pages 8-10) and adult programs (pages 19-22) for more activities!

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, ADA Coordinator, at 970-878-7415.

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COMING TO YOU IN 2019

Mark your calendars for some of our big 2019 events!

Visit www.ERBMrec.com for more information. Full 2019 event calendar will be released in December.

January 2-January 15 Annual Blitz Membership Discount

February 11 Spring Line-Up Registration Day

January 12 Cardboard Derby January 27 Cribbage Tournament

April Events (dates TBD) Spring Social Father Daughter Ball Mother Son Bowling

February 15 Itty Bitty Sweetheart Party

May 4-5 Annual Recital www.ERBMrec.com | 970-878-3403

Upcoming Events

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Parks & Trails Information

EQUIPMENT CHECK-OUT

PAVILION RESERVATIONS

Check-out pickleball and horseshoe equipment at the Meeker Recreation Center for free. We also have a few sets of snowshoes, a KinderShuttle, a volleyball, and two basketballs available for check-out. Visit with Guest Services at the Meeker Recreation Center or call 970-878-3403 for more information.

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 date you are reserving. Reserve with Guest Services at 970-878-3403.

PARK & TRAIL RULES Park hours are sunrise to sunset. 7

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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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)

0 Bike Flow Course (0.880Miles)

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Easy = young & elderly, someone in fair hiking condition, very little elevation gain

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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6900

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

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

Best Entry: 7th Street Trailhead

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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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

Sulphur Creek

Meeker Recreation Center (MRC)...............................................................101 Ute Road Pool/Studio/Lounge/Multi Purpose(MP) Room/Fitness Room 6th Street Park..............................................................................................711 6th 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

Garfield 3rd

Locations, Policies, & Procedures

PROGRAM LOCATIONS

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)

970-878-3196

Sarah Grimes

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

Meredith Deming

970-878-3370

Carl Padilla

970-261-1441

Klark Kindler, Athletic Director

klark.kindler@meeker.k12.co.us

Baseball & Softball - Little League

www.crvbaseball.com

Competitive Fastpitch Travel Softball

Briana Williams

970-878-3206

Wagon Wheel Trails OHV Club

Alvin Jones

970-942-8245 | wagonwheeltrails.org

Snowmobile Club

Troy Hilkey

970-756-0717

Girl Scouts

Jamie Cogswell

970-270-4944

Boy Scouts

Aaron Woodward 970-878-4665

Mark Cook 970-878-3447

SCUBA Club

Horst Rick

hsrick@wreawildblue.org

Meeker Sportsman's Club

www.meekercoloradosportsmansclub.com

36684 Colorado Highway 13

White River Nordic Council (Facebook)

Denver & Jan Hayes

ATHLETICS

CLUBS

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Meeker Lions Club

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 early bird registration deadline. • When a drop-in fee or birthday party fee has been paid and the pool 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. Refund Questions: • See Guest Services for any other questions or to inquire about any refund.

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 programs, such as Elks Hoop Shoot, 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 REQUIREMENTS 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, ADA 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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POSTAL PATRON Meeker, CO 81641 101 Ute Road Meeker, CO 81641 www.ERBMrec.com 970-878-3403

Cut and fold. Additional copies available at the Meeker Recreation Center.

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ERBM Line-Up Winter 2018/2019  

Registration begins November 12, 2018 at 5:00am.

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Registration begins November 12, 2018 at 5:00am.

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