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P L A N O PA R K S A N D R E C R E AT I O N

SUMMER 2017

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SPECIAL EVENTS

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JULY 4 FIREWORKS

P L A N O P A R K S AND RECREATION

June 22, 2017 Be a part of the Guinness World Record for the largest swimming lesson! See p. 33 for registration information.

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OAK POINT PARK AND NATURE PRESERVE

2801 SPRING CREEK PKWY.

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WELCOME TABLE OF CONTENTS Adapted Recreation............................................................. p. 18 Adults 50+............................................................................ p. 21 Aerobats...............................................................................p. 62 Aerobics............................................................................... p. 69 Aquatics............................................................................... p. 29 Athletics/Adult Sports........................................................... p. 44 Facility Directory (hours, locations, telephone)....................p. 82 . Financial Assistance............................................................ p. 81 General Information............................................................ p. 79 Golf...................................................................................... p. 46 How to Register.................................................................. p. 80 Memberships....................................................................... p. 30 Outdoor Adventures............................................................ p. 47 Pool Hours......................................................................... p. 29 Pool Rentals....................................................................... p. 30 Recreation Center Programs Preschool.......................................................................p. 49 Youth..............................................................................p. 56 Adult...............................................................................p. 63 Refunds & Make-up Policy-NEW.........................................p. 81 Senior Services................................................................... p. 21 Special Events.....................................................................p. 2 Summer Camps................................................................. p. 4 Swimming Lessons..............................................................p. 35 Tennis.................................................................................. p. 74 Youth Sports Clinics.............................................................p. 14

Director’s Welcome When I think of summertime in Plano, I am reminded how much our amenities have grown over the years. We are fortunate to have so many options when it comes to summer fun. This Leisure Catalog offers something for everyone. Adults can take life management classes at our Senior Recreation Center or try an intro class to kayaking or paddle boarding. For those looking to beat the heat indoors, our recreation centers offer numerous educational programs for kids that explore everything from ecosystems to Spanish as a second language. Our pool facilities offer every option under the sun for staying cool. This summer marks the new Jack Carter Pool’s first full season. Its ultimate surf machine, the FlowRider, became so popular we created a class to qualify for stand up riding. Consider saving money with a membership for unlimited access to all such facilities in the Plano Parks and Recreation system. Information can be found on page 30 of this catalog. With so much to choose from, the only problem you’ll have is finding the time to do it all - here’s to another amazing summer in Plano!

-Robin Reeves, Director, Plano Parks and Recreation

CALENDAR OF EVENTS MAY 6 24 29

JUNE 5 22

JULY 4

OUR MISSION... The nationally accredited Plano Parks and Recreation Department operates under the following mission: Through a fun and innovative team, we enrich Plano by providing inviting spaces, caring service, outstanding value, and memorable experiences. The Recreation Division accomplishes this by providing relevant and outstanding recreational opportunities through quality service, programs and facilities.

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Summer recreation programs begin Moonlight Mondays begins at TMC, p. 2 World’s Largest Swimming Lesson, p. 33 Independence Day - Administrative Office, Senior Recreation Center, Carpenter Park Recreation Center and Interurban Museum are closed. Jack Carter Pool, Liberty Recreation Center, Rowlinson Natatorium, Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center, Pecan Hollow and High Point Tennis Center are open. All-American Fourth Fireworks, Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve, p. 2 TMC Family Swim/Luau, p. 2 Fall catalogs in homes

AUGUST 5

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Summer registration begins Senior Wellness and Information Fair at Plano Senior Recreation Center, p. 28 Memorial Day - Administrative Office, Senior Recreation Center, Carpenter Park Recreation Center and Interurban Museum are closed. Jack Carter Pool, Liberty Recreation Center, Rowlinson Natatorium, Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center, Pecan Hollow and High Point Tennis Center are open.

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SUMMER CAMPS Camp Cimarron Cimarron Youth Camp (6-12 Yrs)

Camp Cimarron is a Monday-Friday program located at Bob Woodruff Park-South (BWS), offering a wide range of outdoor recreation activities for children. The camp provides opportunities to learn about the natural environment through fun nature hikes and environmental education activities including fishing, crafts, games, swimming and other activities. Package #1 runs from 8am-2:30pm. Parents may use the morning shuttle, but must pick up their child from BWS at 2:30pm. Package #2 runs from 8am-5:20pm. Parents may either use the Camp Cimarron morning and evening shuttles or drop off and pick up their child from BWS. Children must be enrolled in the morning and evening shuttle services separately to be picked up and dropped off at Carpenter Park Recreation Center (CAR). Camp will be held at Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center (NRC) on inclement weather days. A liability waiver for all campers must be completed on the first day of camp. Registration closes the Friday before each camp starts.

Cimarron Youth Camp (6-12 Yrs) Mon-Fri - 1 week sessions Bob Woodruff Park South Start Date

Camp Refund Policy

Full refunds will be granted when requested more than two weeks prior to the beginning of camp. Refunds requested less than two weeks prior to the start date will not be granted, unless the vacated spot is filled. If the spot is filled, a refund will be granted less a $5 administrative fee. Medical refunds requested prior to the start date of camp will be granted in full. An original doctor’s note must be provided at the time of the request for all medical refunds to be processed. Refunds will not be granted due to the following reasons: weather conditions, summer heat, sunburn, a camper’s behavior, absence from camp, camp assignments, or after the camp session or season. Parents are responsible for making sure children are registered in the correct camp program or session. If an error is found after registration please call and have it corrected prior to the camp season. Refunds will not be granted after the camp season has ended. Staff at all recreation facilities or the Parks and Recreation administrative office, 972-941-7250, can process all refund requests made within these guidelines. If you have any questions, please contact Chauncey Deller, outdoor program supervisor at 972-941-5402.

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Pkg #1

Pkg #2

8am-2:30pm

8am-5:20pm

$129

A.M. Shuttle $9

P.M. Shuttle $9

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Jun 12

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Jun 19

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$95

Cimarron Camp Shuttle-Morning

The morning bus shuttle leaves from CAR at 7:15am and arrives at BWS at 8am. Campers in both package #1 and package #2 may use the morning shuttle. This shuttle will run on time and will not wait for late campers.

Cimarron Camp Shuttle-Evening

The evening bus shuttle leaves BWS promptly at 5:20pm and will arrive at CAR by 6pm. Only campers registered in package #2 may use the evening shuttle. Package #1 campers must be picked up by their parents at BWS. A late fee of $5 for every 15 minutes will be charged to parents when picking up a camper or campers.

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SUMMER CAMPS Camp Connections (5-11 Yrs) 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mon-Fri - 1 week sessions Carpenter Park Recreation Center Camp Connections $89

Pre Connections (A.M.) $15

Post Connections (P.M.) $35

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Jun 19

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Jun 26

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Camp Connections Camp Connections (5-11 Yrs)

Camp Connections is the perfect place to play in Plano for the summer and create lifelong memories. Camp will thrill your children’s creativity through arts and crafts, energize them with engaging outdoor games, and challenge them with multimedia styled activities. Discover different weekly themes throughout the summer to keep even the pickiest of tastes exploring new possibilities. Camp Connections registration is required to enroll in the Pre-Connections and the Post-Connections extensions, giving you many options to provide a fun and supervised environment for your children. Camp will be divided by appropriate age groups. A weekly e-mail newsletter will keep the entire family connected with the new and exciting activities that will take place each week for camp. Liberty participants will have the opportunity to utilize the outdoor pool Tuesdays and Thursdays, so bring a swimsuit, towel and flip-flops. Campers will be swim tested before they will be able to access the deep end. Please send a sack lunch and drink for your children each day. All counselors are First Aid/CPR certified and have your children’s fun and safety as their top priorities.

Pre-Connections (5-11 Yrs)

The 7:30am to 9am option is available for those early birds who need supervised activities prior to camp. The day will begin with light activities to wake up and start the day on the right foot. Please feel free to bring a light breakfast for your young one. It is not necessary to be at the facility of your choice right at 7:30am. Take the time you need. Camp Connections registration is required to enroll.

Post-Connections (5-11 Yrs)

Keep the connection going with the 2pm to 5:30pm extension for campers to stay and play. Games and activities will entertain the afternoon hours away in a fun and supervised environment. Camp Connections registration is required to enroll. Liberty participants will have the opportunity to utilize the outdoor pool Tuesdays and Thursdays, so bring a swimsuit, towel and flip-flops. Campers will be swim tested before they will be able to access the deep end. A late fee of $5 for every 15 minutes will be charged to parents when picking up campers after 5:30pm.

Camp Connections (5-11 Yrs) 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mon-Fri - 1 week sessions Liberty Recreation Center Camp Connections $89

Pre Connections (A.M.) $15

Post Connections (P.M.) $35

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Jun 19

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Jun 26

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Jul 10

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SUMMER CAMPS How to Read the Activity/Course Information

iCode (6-12 Yrs)-NEW

This course offers younger students a fun, interactive look at coding. You will create virtual apps and write your own programs that you can share with friends and family. This course makes learning to code fun and explores problem solving and programming logic. 188370 LIB M-Th 10am-Noon

7/10 4

Youth Tech

$129

The title of the course is ICODE. The Course Code is 188370, and it meets at LIBERTY RECREATION CENTER on MONDAYTHURSDAY from 10am to Noon, begins July 10, meets 4 times, the instructor is YOUTH TECH and the fee for this course is $129. BWS = Bob Woodruff Park South CAR = Carpenter Park Recreation Center HP = High Point Park Tennis Center LIB = Liberty Recreation Center PAC = Plano Aquatic Center PESH = Plano East Senior High School PSH = Plano Senior High School PWSH = Plano West Senior High School NRC = Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center TMC = Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center

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1pm-4pm 9am-Noon

6/19 7/24

5 Abrakadoodle $155 5 Abrakadoodle $155

Abrakadoodle®Creepy Crawler’s (3-5 Yrs)-NEW

You are being bugged! This Creepy Crawler’s camp is all about nighttime adventures and the teeny tiny world of insects. Create bug habitats, design mazes and participate in creepy crawler races. This is a camp filled with insect art, mini worlds and creative learning experiences! (You may use your HexBugs but they are not required.) 6/12

3 Abrakadoodle $75

1pm-4pm

6/12

5 Abrakadoodle $155

From pets to dragons, bring your imagination and we will provide a ROAAAAARing camp experience! Using paints, collages, sculptures and more, we will bring your favorite animals to life while learning about their habits and habitats. There will be artwork, games, stories, activities, animal talk and music. If you love nature and want to design art projects while making new friends, then this camp is for you! 190510 TMC M-F 190511 TMC M-F

9am-Noon 1pm-4pm

7/17 7/17

5 Abrakadoodle $155 5 Abrakadoodle $155

Abrakadoodle® Yummy Art (3-5 Yrs)-NEW

2 Youth Tech $179 4 Youth Tech $179

Calling all boys and girls who have a creative, curious mind and like to explore! Learn how science is an inspiration for many artists. Boost your imagination while you play and paint with magnets, explore robotic sculptures and technology. Develop your engineering skills and design your dream house! Create artistic math puzzles and much more while you ignite your creativity. Join us and have a blast while you play games and create art in innovative ways! 7/10 7/10

3 Abrakadoodle $75

Abrakadoodle®Paws, Claws & Hooves (6-12 Yrs)

Abrakadoodle®Artblast STEAM (6-12 Yrs)-NEW

9am-Noon 1pm-4pm

6/19

Abrakadoodle®Big Messy Art (6-12 Yrs)-NEW

190519 TMC M-F

Video Game Design is suggested prior to taking this course. This class offers an interactive look at the world of 3D Game Design. This awesome camp offers the chance for students to create and immerse themselves in a 3D world. If you are looking to design professional 3D games that both look and feel just like the ones you play at home, then you don’t want to miss this camp.

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Abrakadoodle®Creepy Crawler’s (6-12 Yrs)-NEW

3D Game Design (10-17 Yrs)

7/6 7/31

Oh, go ahead and make a mess! That’s what this camp is all about! Everything we do is messy: sticky spaghetti designs, paint that fizzes and pops, African mud painting and much more! So come mess around with Abrakadoodle, winner of ‘the best art class to bring out your child’s inner Picasso!’

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Indoor Day Camps

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Abrakadoodle®Big Messy Art (3-5 Yrs)-NEW

5 Abrakadoodle $165 5 Abrakadoodle $165

Get your cooking utensils ready...we are going to create art! From designing cupcakes to chocolate syrup inspired mosaics, it’s all about the wonderful and wacky world of food art. Grab your spoon and paintbrush as we build spaghetti sculptures and play ‘foodie’ games. We’ll even make our own incredible edibles! (No peanuts or peanut oils will be used.) 190512 TMC M-W 9am-11am

6/5

3 Abrakadoodle $75

Abrakadoodle® Yummy Art (6-12 Yrs)-NEW 190513 TMC M-F 190514 TMC M-F

1pm-4pm 9am-Noon

6/5 7/31

5 Abrakadoodle $155 5 Abrakadoodle $155

Act, Sing & Dance (5-16 Yrs)

Students will go on an action packed adventure exploring the wonderful world of theatre. Students will act out skits, sing songs and feel the beat in their dancing feet! Students will tap into their imagination and learn acting techniques that will help boost their confidence. Students will present their work in a showcase on the last day of class. 190047 TMC M-Th 1pm-3pm

7/10

4 Encore Kids $115

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Act, Sing & Dance for Musical Theatre (7-16 Yrs)

This class will allow students the opportunity to explore the world of musical theatre while learning basic techniques for the stage. Students will have fun and learn new and exciting combinations. This class will end on a wonderful note as your super star sings and dances as they present a showcase of their work! 190509 TMC M-Th 1pm-3pm

6/26

4 Encore Kids $115

Acting for The Stage (7-16 Yrs)

Students will learn to act out scenes from current and classical musicals and plays. Students will receive instruction on fun acting techniques that will further their growth as performers and strengthen their confidence in any situation. Students will perform a showcase on the last day of class. 190507 TMC M-Th 1pm-3pm

6/19

4 Encore Kids $115

Adventures In Art (5-13 Yrs)

Finally an art camp that teaches fine art and creative thinking instead of simple crafts! In this four day class your artist will complete eight masterpieces using five different mediums; painting with heavy acrylic, light acrylic, watercolors and drawing with charcoal and oil pastels. Professional artists and award-winning certified instructors teach landscapes, seascapes, still life and animals. Children learn perspective, composition, color mixing and special brush strokes yielding amazing frame-worthy results. All supplies are included, please wear an old t-shirt and bring paper towels and snack. A $60 supply fee is due the first day of class.

SUMMER CAMPS Aerobats Gymnastics-Girls (5-12 Yrs)

Students will be grouped as beginner, intermediate or advanced during the first class. Campers will need to bring their own snack and drink Monday-Wednesday.

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M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

8:30am-Noon 8:30am-Noon 8:30am-Noon 8:30am-Noon

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Staff Staff Staff Staff

$75 $75 $75 $75

Anime & Manga Drawing (6-11 Yrs)

Why sit in front of the TV and watch cartoons when you can draw amazing characters and awesome scenes of your very own? Our students will create dazzling illustrations that are influenced by popular Japanese anime and manga themes. Colorful characters with expressive personalities jump right off the page! Our students will be delighted as we create drawings that emulate the popular anime and manga art styles. 190917 TMC M-F

1:30pm-4pm

8/7

5 Rembrandts $135

Artful Explorations (6-13 Yrs)

Young artists will explore and build artistic skills while creating eight masterpiece-style works of art. Artists will utilize oil and acrylic paint, watercolors, oil pastels and charcoal. Students will learn color theory, brush strokes, perspective and more. No experience necessary. Dress to mess and bring paper towels and a snack. A $60 supply fee is due the first day of camp.

Aerobats Girls Cheer/Tumble (5-7 Yrs)

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189293 CAR M-Th 8:30am-Noon

Let the kids go buggy so you don’t! Activities include: Insect or Not? Insect Collector, Lightning Bug Flash, Now You See Me-Now You Don’t and more! Live bug labs include ladybugs, crickets and ants!

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CAR CAR CAR CAR CAR

M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

2pm-5pm 2pm-5pm 2pm-5pm 2pm-5pm 2pm-5pm

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Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden

$79 $79 $79 $79 $79

This camp is great for beginner through intermediate cheerleaders. The girls will work on tumbling, cheer jumps, and stunts. The campers will be placed in groups appropriate for their age and level. Campers will need to bring their own snack and drink Monday-Wednesday. 6/19

4 Staff

$75

Aerobats Girls Cheer/Tumble (8-14 Yrs)

This camp is great for beginner through advanced cheerleaders. 189977 CAR M-Th 8:30am-Noon

7/17

4 Staff

$75

Aerobats Gymnastics-Boys (5-8 Yrs)

Experience the sport that prepares you for all other sports! Students will develop flexibility, strength, and coordination as they learn gymnastics skills on floor, vault, rings, high bar, parallel bars and trampoline. Students will be grouped as beginner or intermediate during the first class. Crafts, games, contests and more will be included each day. Campers will need to bring their own snack and drink Monday-Wednesday.

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6/5 7/24

4 Staff 4 Staff

$75 $75

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M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

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$69 $69 $69 $69 $69 $69 $69

B3:An Insect’s Life (5-8 Yrs)-NEW 190175 TMC M-F

9am-Noon

7/31

5 Beakers

$165

B3:Bricks-Structures (7-12 Yrs)

Junior engineers will love this camp! Campers will use LEGO® wood and other materials to build and test toppling towers, bridges and more! Learn basic structure concepts including: balance, stability, weight distribution and more! This is a hands on building class. 190176 TMC M-F

9am-Noon

8/7

5 Beakers

$165

B3:Elementary Engineering 1 (8-12 Yrs)

This LEGO® class gives students a fundamental understanding of STEM concepts. Students will build working models to investigate the principles of simple machines, mechanisms and structures. They will also experiment with balanced and unbalanced forces. Your child will learn how to measure distance, time, speed, weight and much more! 190154 TMC M-F

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SUMMER CAMPS B3:Frozen S.T.E.A.M. (5-8 Yrs)

Beat the heat with the coolest camp around! From the popular movie Frozen, there will be science and engineering activities with fun themes. Campers will build ice towers, test a ‘snowball launcher’ and learn to code to help Princess Elsa ice-skate. Camp will also feature Frozen themed games and arts/crafts. 190148 TMC M-F

9am-Noon

6/26

5 Beakers

$165

B3:Jurassic Experience (8-10 Yrs)

Junior paleontologists will love this camp! Campers will construct fossils and coprolites. There will also be a dinosaur dig! Camp also includes dinosaur themed LEGO® building challenges and dinosaur crafts, games and songs! 190172 TMC M-F

1:30pm-4:30pm

7/24

5 Beakers

$165

B3:LEGO® Simple, Motorized & Pneumatics (8-12 Yrs)

This LEGO class gives students a fundamental understanding of STEM concepts. Students will build working models while investigating the principles of simple machines, mechanisms and structures. Students will experiment with forces and friction, measurement of distance and time while being introduced to pneumatic basics such as pumps, cylinders and valves. 190173 TMC M-F

1:30pm-4:30pm

8/7

5 Beakers

$165

B3:Minecraft Lego (6-12 Yrs)

This camp combines LEGO® Minecraft sets and Minecraft screen time. Students will learn new and exciting things to do in the virtual world while incorporating science experiments and engineering builds. Students will round out the week with Minecraft themed games and art. Campers will need to bring their own tablet that has been loaded with Minecraft. Tablet must be in a protective case and labeled with camper’s name. 190167 TMC M-F

1:30pm-4:30pm

7/17

5 Beakers

$165

B3:Robotics w/LEGO® Mindstorms EV3 (10-14 Yrs)

Introduction to building and programming robots. Campers will work in groups to build and program awesome robots! Teams will find creative solutions to problems and then develop them through a process of selecting, building, testing and evaluating. 190169 TMC M-F

9am-Noon

7/24

5 Beakers

$225

B3:Star Builders-Episode I (6-10 Yrs)

Star Wars fans will love this themed camp. Students will build a variety of projects from the Star Wars LEGO® collection and invent their own LEGO star fighters. Students will also create their own take home models of star fighters using common household and recyclable materials. 190141 TMC M-F

1:30pm-4:30pm

6/19

5 Beakers

$165

B3:Star Science Episode I (6-10 Yrs)

Star Wars fans will explore the mysteries of space. Students will create moon rocks and chemical powered rockets. Students will even learn how to create Yoda’s bubbling slime swamp! Students will design, build and test their own air powered flyers modeled after their favorite star fighter. 190165 TMC M-F

1pm-4pm

7/10

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5 Beakers

B3:Super Hero S.T.E.A.M. (5-7 Yrs)

In this super science and engineering camp students will build Super Hero themed projects with LEGO® bricks. Science activities include: Glow in the Dark Kryptonite, Galaxy Slime, Hulk Hands Smash and Evil Villain Mad Scientist Lab. Camp will also feature super hero crafts and games. 190166 TMC M-F

9am-Noon

7/17

5 Beakers

$165

B3:WeDo Robotics (6-10 Yrs)

Campers will be introduced to building and programming robots with LEGO® WeDo Robotics. Students will build machines, animals, soccer players and lots of other fun creations. There will be building challenges at the end of each class. 190136 TMC M-F

1:30pm-4:30pm

6/5

5 Beakers

$165

B3:Wizards Potions (8-12 Yrs)

Always wanted to attend Hogwarts? You’ll love this camp! Witches and wizards will create a unique magic wand and using chemistry, students will summon amazing potions that glow in the dark and change color before your very eyes! All supplies included. 190140 TMC M-F

1:30pm-4:30pm

6/12

5 Beakers

$165

B3:Zany Zoology (6-10 Yrs)-NEW

Learn about amazing animals from around the world through games, experiments and simulations! Students will learn about polar bears, chameleons, poison dart frogs, monotremes and more! Camp features live animals including Siamese fighting fish, goldfish and anoles. 190174 TMC M-F

1:30pm-4:30pm

8/14

5 Beakers

$165

Ballerina Dance Workshop (6-10 Yrs)-NEW

Through fun and energetic exercises, in a structured class setting, students will learn basic beginner ballet technique and musicality. Leotards, tights, and ballet shoes are required.

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2pm-3pm 2pm-3pm

6/26 7/24

5 Rogers 5 Rogers

$55 $55

Brainopolis-3D Animation (6-11 Yrs)-NEW

Using a 3D digital programming tool, students will create animated stories involving marine animals, aliens, family drama and more. Imagine and create a story every day! Laptops provided, just bring a flash drive and mouse.

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1pm-4pm 1pm-4pm

6/19 7/10

5 Brainopolis $145 5 Brainopolis $145

Brainopolis-Artificial Intelligence (6-11 Yrs)-NEW

The enemy has coded computers to attack humans. We must quickly learn concepts of Artificial Intelligence to re-program an anti-cyber attack. In this mission you will create a model of an artificial heart, simulate a heart monitor and program a digital robot that can operate based on artificial intelligence. Watson, Siri and other AI tools are in danger and need you in this important mission.

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9am-Noon 1pm-4pm

6/19 7/17

5 Brainopolis $145 5 Brainopolis $145

$165

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SUMMER CAMPS Brainopolis-Digital Art (6-11 Yrs)-NEW

Learn Van Gogh, Monet and Rembrandt’s styles while applying a digital twist to them. Use computers and design programs to draw and color your own famous works of art. Create play-dough sculptures to awaken your Rodin skills. Brainopolis provides the laptops to work in class, just bring a flash drive and mouse.

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TMC TMC TMC TMC

M-F M-F M-F M-F

9am-Noon 1pm-4pm 9am-Noon 1pm-4pm

6/5 7/24 8/14 7/3

5 5 5 4

Brainopolis Brainopolis Brainopolis Brainopolis

$145 $145 $145 $115

Brainopolis-Metropolis (6-11 Yrs)-NEW

We are approaching the year 2050; there are 9 billion people and just a little room left on land. We must get creative and design a new hydro-city on ocean platforms. Learn about sustainability, effective transportation, best use of resources, alternative energy and implement these concepts into a city model.

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1pm-4pm 9am-Noon 1pm-4pm

6/12 7/3 7/17

5 Brainopolis $145 4 Brainopolis $115 5 Brainopolis $145

Brainopolis-Minecraft Programming & Play (6-13 Yrs)

This class is a combination of computer programming, play time and figurine creation. Kids will use a programming tool to create their own Minecraft computer mini-games. Hands-on projects include foamy Minecraft characters and artifacts for their collection. They will work on survival strategies during their play time.

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TMC TMC TMC TMC

M-F M-F M-F M-F

1pm-4pm 9am-Noon 1pm-4pm 1pm-4pm

6/5 6/26 7/24 8/14

5 5 5 5

Brainopolis Brainopolis Brainopolis Brainopolis

$145 $145 $145 $145

Brainopolis-Pokémon Programming (6-12 Yrs)-NEW

Want to learn programming? You can do it while guiding Pikachu out of a maze, helping Charmander find a ride to a pokéstop, making Squirtle play with pokéballs and more. Different commands will be taught in each session. Laptops provided, just bring a flash drive and mouse.

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9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon

6/5 7/10 8/7

5 Brainopolis $145 5 Brainopolis $145 5 Brainopolis $145

Brainopolis-Wearable Technology (6-11 Yrs)-NEW

Using motors, lightbulbs, cables, batteries, buzzers and a lot of creativity, invent your own wearable devices (belt, headbands, bracelets, etc)!

190145 TMC M-F 190146 TMC M-F

1pm-4pm 9am-Noon

7/10 7/24

Brainopolis-Zombie Outbreak (6-11 Yrs)-NEW

A zombie invasion? No problem, we have a strategy on hand. Draw your own zombie and perform a non-invasive brain surgery on him using robots. Create a 3D tangible city being invaded by zombies and code a program that simulates the zombie outbreak. We need your expertise in this war against zombies.

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TMC TMC TMC TMC

M-F M-F M-F M-F

9am-Noon 1pm-4pm 9am-Noon 9am-Noon

6/12 6/26 7/17 7/24

192035 TMC M-F 192036 TMC M-F

3:15pm-4:15pm 3:15pm-4:15pm

6/12 7/10

Brainopolis-Super Hero Animation (6-12 Yrs)-NEW

Bring Batman, Iron Man, Captain America and Spiderman stories to life. Use a graphical coding tool to program and animate them. Laptops provided, just bring a flash drive and mouse.

190137 TMC M-F 190138 TMC M-F 190139 TMC M-F

9am-Noon 1pm-4pm 1pm-4pm

972-941-7250

7/17 7/31 8/7

5 Brainopolis $145 5 Brainopolis $145 5 Brainopolis $145

5 Rogers 5 Rogers

$55 $55

This is a fast paced class that teaches students to be ready for anything and react to any given circumstance. Explore and perform various silly stories, skits and songs. This class will prepare your young artist to perform in any performing arts arena. There will be a showcase on the last day of class. 190046 TMC M-Th 1pm-3pm

6/5

4 Encore Kids $115

Computer Animation (10-17 Yrs)

In this class students will learn the basics of animation and digital design. Students who enjoy going to various sites to see fun interactive animations will love this course. Class will utilize Adobe’s award winning animation software in Adobe Flash. Students will create fun interactive animations that they can share with the world. 188343 LIB M-Th 9am-Noon

6/12

190506 TMC M-Th 2pm-2:45pm

5 Brainopolis $145 5 Brainopolis $145 5 Brainopolis $145

$145 $145 $145 $145

Comedy, Skits, Silly Stories & More (5-16 Yrs)-NEW

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6/5 7/10 7/31

Brainopolis Brainopolis Brainopolis Brainopolis

Get your cheer and dance on! This class will focus on basic cheer and dance fundamentals including strength, balance, flexibility, short choreography combinations, and of course pom poms! Please make sure all attire allows your dancer to move freely. Hair should be pulled back.

Creative Dramatics (3-6 Yrs)

1pm-4pm 9am-Noon 9am-Noon

5 5 5 5

Cheer & Dance Workshop (6-10Yrs)-NEW

Brainopolis-Program Greeting Cards (6-12 Yrs)-NEW

Hooray! Help the environment by creating your own electronic greeting cards. Learn to completely create greeting cards, giving them a taste of your own. You will be able to send as many good wishes as you want.

5 Brainopolis $145 5 Brainopolis $145

4 Youth Tech $159

Step right up and discover the world of theatre. Take center stage using acting skills, character exploration and artistic creations to put together the greatest show on earth! This exciting class has it all! Literature, reading, theatre and music all for a fun-filled learning experience. 8/14

4 Encore Kids $55

Digital Photography (9-13 Yrs)

This specialized program introduces children to the art of photography. Students will have the opportunity to learn about introductory aspects of digital photography including composition, lighting a subject, use of lenses and digital editing. They will have the chance to express their creativity by learning to take great photos. Students need to bring a digital camera.

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planoparks.org

9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon

6/19 7/17 8/7

5 RARE 5 RARE 5 RARE

$155 $155 $155

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SUMMER CAMPS Everything Chocolate (6-12 Yrs)

Attention budding dessert chefs! In this camp, you will create and decorate filled chocolates, dipped chocolates, and dropped chocolates. You will also create edible art pieces, including peanut butter cups, chocolate sculptures, coconut haystacks, petit fours, and more! $35 supply fee due to instructor first day. 188137 LIB M-F

3:30pm-5:30pm

7/17

5 Mellott

$145

Fairy Tales & Disney Classics (5-10 Yrs)

This class will explore various fairy tales as we create and perform our own play. Develop skills in acting and musical theatre! Students will present a showcase of their work on the last day of class. 190508 TMC M-Th 1pm-3pm

7/17

4 Encore Kids $115

Fashions, Faces & Flowers (6-11 Yrs)-NEW

For fashionistas, florists and budding makeup artists, this camp celebrates the beautiful world of girls. Every day campers will be challenged and delighted drawing images that exude femininity and loveliness. Campers will draw and color faces, stretch their imaginations illustrating whimsical flowers and challenge their creativity when tying them all together in fanciful settings. Prepare for elegance and a heap of drawing excellence. 190916 TMC M-F

1:30pm-4pm

7/24

5 Rembrandts $135

Favorite Apps & Video Games (6-11 Yrs)-NEW

Art is all around us, join Young Rembrandts for a camp mimicking the amazing imagery of our favorite apps and video games! Students will learn new illustration and coloring techniques inspired by popular video games. Artwork is inspired by pixel block characters, plants, zombies and many more characters. If your child loves to game or draw, then they’ll have a blast putting their own personal touches on some of these favorites! 190914 TMC M-F

1:30pm-4pm

6/12

5 Rembrandts $135

Film Making (9-13 Yrs)

This video production camp teaches digital video filming, editing and production techniques. It is designed to generate an interest in critical observation and communications in filmmaking projects. During the camp, students will learn on-air confidence and introductory video production skills. Students will complete a film as a group project, while learning the basics of the process and will ‘premiere’ the film for the parents on the last day of class. Materials such as the camera, lighting and computer will be provided for the class.

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9am-Noon 9am-Noon 1pm-4pm

6/26 7/31 8/14

5 RARE 5 RARE 5 RARE

$155 $155 $155

Glamour Girls (6-12 Yrs)

Spend a week creating your own beauty products! You will learn to make your own lip balm, nail polish, fancy bath soap, bath bombs and more. Students will create their own specialized shades and scents, even adding glitter. Students will also learn three creative nail polish techniques. A $35 supply fee due to instructor the first day of class. 188138 LIB M-F

3:30pm-5:30pm

7/31

5 Mellott

$145

Hip-Hop Dance (6-12 Yrs)-NEW

Boys and girls will have fun while learning current hip-hop dance moves! Loose fitting clothing and tennis shoes are required.

192031 TMC M-F 192032 TMC M-F

6/19 7/17

5 Rogers 5 Rogers

$55 $55

iCode (6-12 Yrs)-NEW

This course offers younger students a fun, interactive look at coding. You will create virtual apps and write your own programs that you can share with friends and family. This course makes learning to code fun and explores problem solving and programming logic. 188370 LIB M-Th 10am-Noon

7/10

4 Youth Tech $129

iGame Creators (6-10 Yrs)-NEW

Want to create video games? This is an introductory course for younger students who want to learn to build simple video games. This course combines the art of video game design and animation to create interactive characters that fly around the screen. Amaze your friends and family with your fun interactive games built by you!

188347 LIB M-Th 10am-Noon 188348 LIB M-Th 1pm-3pm

6/26 7/31

4 Youth Tech $129 4 Youth Tech $129

Jazz & Tap Workshop (4-6 Yrs)-NEW

Through fun and energetic exercises, in a structured class setting, students will learn basic beginner jazz and tap technique and musicality. Leotards and tights or jazz/yoga pants with t-shirt and tap shoes and ballet or jazz shoes are required.

192037 TMC M-F 192038 TMC M-F

2pm-3pm 2pm-3pm

6/19 7/17

5 Rogers 5 Rogers

$55 $55

Kitchen Readiness & Cooking (7-17 Yrs)

Pursue your passion for food and cooking by enrolling in this beginner cooking class today, You will make as many as three appealing recipes, from start to finish, using whole foods and other fresh ingredients. You will learn many aspects of cooking: kitchen safety; proper food handling: food preparation and pairing; cooking and baking techniques; nutritional value and health benefits and food presentation. All food and supplies are included.

190014 190012 190013 190015

CAR CAR CAR CAR

M-F M-F M-F M-F

9am-10:30am 9am-10:30am 2pm-3:30pm 2pm-3:30pm

6/5 6/12 7/10 7/24

5 5 5 5

Adams Adams Adams Adams

$129 $129 $129 $129

Mad Science®Robotics LEGO® Mindstorms (Adv) (10-12 Yrs)

Campers learn the history of robotics and literature to engineering advancements. They form teams to brainstorm and design specialized robots. Junior roboticists explore mechanical aspects like gear ratios and torque. There is a $25 supply fee due the first day of camp.

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1pm-4pm 9am-Noon

6/19 8/7

5 Mad Science $165 5 Mad Science $165

Mad Science®Bubbles...Smoke...Explosions! (6-10 Yrs)

Have fun with chemistry at an exciting camp! Make a crystal garden and synthesize your own slime. Learn about our solar system by making a comet with everyday items. Have a shocking time with a Van de Graaff generator and experience lightning up close!

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10

3:15pm-4:15pm 3:15pm-4:15pm

9am-Noon 1pm-4pm

6/26 7/31

5 Mad Science $165 5 Mad Science $165

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SUMMER CAMPS Mad Science®My First STEM Lab (3-5 Yrs)-NEW

Take a new look at the world around you during this exciting camp! Learn how to create codes to pass through secret passages, protect the planet, learn about space and more! 190929 TMC M-F

9am-Noon

7/10

5 Mad Science $165

Mad Science®NASA Space Explorers (6-10 Yrs)

Blast off your knowledge of flight! This camp is an exciting study on rockets. Campers will build their own rocket and planes, experiment with propulsion systems, launch and recover rockets! Each day campers create amazing things to take home. 190921 TMC M-F

9am-Noon

7/3

4 Mad Science $165

Mad Science®NASA Young Astronauts (6-10 Yrs)-NEW

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s everything from the earliest flying machine to the first rocket flight. Mad Science invites you to launch your knowledge of rockets. This is your chance to be a rocket scientist as you build your very own rocket!

Mad Science Eureka! Masterminds (6-10 Yrs)-NEW ®

While Thomas Edison said invention is 10 percent inspiration and 90 percent perspiration, this camp is 100 percent fun! With a little ingenuity campers overcome challenges using basic materials, simple machines, tips from famous inventors and most importantly their mind!

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1pm-4pm 9am-Noon

6/12 7/31

5 Mad Science $165 5 Mad Science $165

Mad Science® LEGO® Brixology Engineers (6-10 Yrs)-NEW

Build a different LEGO project inspired by an engineering theme in each class. Explore engineering fields including the mechanical, structural and nautical fields. Use critical thinking, cooperation and creative problem solving to test and improve creations. Experience extended learning with a take home toy to reinforce each concept.

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9am-Noon 1pm-4pm

7/24 8/14

5 Mad Science $165 5 Mad Science $165

Mad Science®Machines & Crazy Contraptions (6-10 Yrs)

Creative contraption warning! Inspire the scientist in you in a camp designed by you, the inventor! Each day, overcome a series of challenges using your mind. Investigate the awesome inventions created before modern science began. 190931 TMC M-F

1pm-4pm

7/24

5 Mad Science $165

Mad Science Mad Planeteers (6-10 Yrs)-NEW ®

Science is all around us, deep in the earth to high in the sky! Protect our awesome planet, make recycled paper and experiment with pollution solutions. Investigate animals and make a cast of an animal footprint to keep. 190934 TMC M-F

9am-Noon

6/12

5 Mad Science $165

Mad Science®Mission Investigation (7-11 Yrs)-NEW

Creative contraption warning! Inspire the scientist in you in a camp designed by you - the Inventor! Each day, overcome a series of challenges using your mind. Investigate the awesome inventions created before modern science began. 190930 TMC M-F

1pm-4pm

972-941-7250

7/17

190920 TMC M,W,F 9am-Noon

6/19

5 Mad Science $165

Mad Science® Red Hot Robots (7-11 Yrs)

Join us in red-hot robot exploration! Discover the inner workings of robots while experimenting with circuits, sensors and power supplies. Explore sound sensing, line tracking and solar power robots. Students will build their own robot to keep! Supply fee of $25 due the first day of class.

190918 TMC M-F 190919 TMC M-F

1pm-4pm 1pm-4pm

7/10 8/7

5 Mad Science $165 5 Mad Science $165

Mad Science® Secret Agent Lab (6-10 Yrs)

Learn to spy - oh, my! James Bond? MacGyver? Do you have what it takes to discover ‘who done it’? If so, this camp is for you! Explore secret communications, crime scenes, inner workings of our cells and chemistry. 190928 TMC M-F

9am-Noon

7/17

5 Mad Science $165

Mad Science® Spying Science (6-10 Yrs)-NEW

Join in CSI style forensics in a hands on look at crime scenes. Identify and collect evidence from fingerprints to trash! Detect suspects using science in this investigation into the science of sleuthing.

190926 TMC M-F 190927 TMC M-F

1pm-4pm 9am-Noon

6/26 8/14

5 Mad Science $165 5 Mad Science $165

Magic Music (6-12 Yrs)

From Beethoven to the Beatles, learn to rock to the beat of a different drum! Magic Music is proud to announce a five-day music camp for kids 6-12 who want to learn about different instruments, from African drums and electric guitar to violin and the flute. We invite you to come explore the different sounds, rhythms and music types from all over the world through hands-on activities, special musical guests, student conducting, singing, games and much more! All supplies included.

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1pm-4:30pm 1pm-4:30pm 1pm-4:30pm

6/19 7/24 8/7

5 MagicMusic $159 5 MagicMusic $159 5 MagicMusic $159

5 Mad Science $165

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SUMMER CAMPS Movie Makers (10-17 Yrs)

This hands-on, interactive course will introduce students to the world of digital video design and production. Students will film, direct and edit their own digital video creations. Students enrolled in this course will amaze their peers with green screen and special effects work. 188349 LIB M-Th 1pm-4pm

6/26

4 Youth Tech $159

Through fun and energetic exercises, students will learn basic technique and terminology in musical theatre while working on short pieces of choreography from Broadway productions. Yoga, jazz pants, tank tops or T-shirts, and ballet or jazz shoes required. 3:15pm-4:15pm 3:15pm-4:15pm

6/26 7/24

5 Rogers 5 Rogers

$55 $55

My First Business-Lemonade Stand (8-12 Yrs)-NEW

Students get a first-class lesson on how to become entrepreneurs by running their own lemonade stand! This is not your old-school lemonade business. Students create a real-life business plan by defining their target market, product survey, data analysis, cost analysis, expense report and more! Students will then create, mix and test their new lemonade recipe. Students will also enjoy a pizza party served alongside their new lemonade on the last day of camp! Please bring a light snack daily. 190504 TMC M-F

9am-Noon

7/24

5 Adroit Edu

$145

My First Business-Restaurant (8-12 Yrs)-NEW

Students get a first-class opportunity to become entrepreneurs who operate their own restaurant. The fun begins when the new entrepreneurs survey their classmates to learn about the type of cuisine to serve their guests. Students then use Microsoft Office programs to explain their business to investors, project sales, and design a floor plan. As the dream becomes a reality, students then begin marketing and counting revenue. Students will definitely leave camp inspired to be successful! Students end the week with a pizza party! Please bring a light snack. 190503 TMC M-F

9am-Noon

7/17

5 Adroit Edu

$145

Oz-Over The Rainbow (7-16 Yrs)-NEW

Explore the adventures of Oz! We will mix it up and perform our own scenes and music from The Wizard of Oz, Wicked and The Wiz! There will be a showcase on the last day of class. 190505 TMC M-Th 1pm-3pm

6/12

4 Encore Kids $115

Play-Well©STEM w/LEGO® (Intro)(7-12 Yrs)-NEW

Tap into your imagination with thousands of LEGO bricks! Build engineer designed projects such as boats, snowmobiles, catapults and merry-gorounds. Use special bricks to create your own unique design. New and returning students can explore the endless creative possibilities of the LEGO building system with the guidance of an experienced instructor. 190966 TMC M-F

9am-Noon

7/31

5 TEKnologies $159

Play-Well©Jedi Engineering w/LEGO® (5-7 Yrs)

The force awakens in this introductory engineering course for young Jedis! Explore engineering principles by designing and building projects such as LEGO X-Wings, R2 units, energy catapults, defense turrets and settlements from a galaxy far, far away! Create motorized architectural projects with imagination and engineering to defeat the empire! 190962 TMC M-F

9am-Noon

6/5

12

The force awakens in this advanced engineering course for young Jedis! Discover key engineering concepts such as gear trains, worm drives, pneumatics and eccentric motion. Build LEGO X-Wings, AT-AT walkers, pod racers, star destroyers and other complex machines and structures in a galaxy far, far away! 190963 TMC M-F

Musical Theatre Dance (7-12 Yrs)-NEW 192033 TMC M-F 192034 TMC M-F

Play-Well©Jedi Master Engineering w/LEGO® (7-12 Yrs)

1pm-4pm

6/5

5 TEKnologies $159

Play-Well© STEM Challenge w/LEGO® (7-12 Yrs)-NEW

Power on your engineering skills with Play-Well® and thousands of LEGO bricks! Apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering and architecture. Engineer designed projects will include catapults, arch bridges and battletracks! Design and build as never before and explore your whackiest ideas in a supportive environment. An experienced instructor will challenge new and returning students to engineer at the next level! 190967 TMC M-F

1pm-4pm

7/31

5 TEKnologies $159

Play-Well® Batman Mechanics w/LEGO® (7-12 Yrs)-NEW

Defeat Gotham’s villains by designing and building Batman’s most advanced crime-fighting machines! Infiltrate Arkham Asylum, build a Bat Cycle and fly your very own Batcopter! Use your projects to thwart the Joker’s plans to take over the city. Be the crime fighter Gotham needs while engineering solutions through the use of STEM concepts! 190965 TMC M-F

1pm-4pm

7/10

5 TEKnologies $159

Play-Well® Batman’s Gadgets w/LEGO® (5-7 Yrs)-NEW

Take on Gotham’s villains by designing and building Batman’s favorite crime-fighting machines! Build the Bat Tumbler, a bat wing and design your very own batcave all out of LEGO bricks. Be the crime fighter Gotham needs while learning how the world works through STEM concepts! 190964 TMC M-F

9am-Noon

7/10

5 TEKnologies $159

Princess Ballet Dance (4-6 Yrs)-NEW

Is your child always dressing up as a princess? This is the perfect camp for her! We will have princess themed dances and activities. Come as a princess and leave as a queen. Leotards, tights, and ballet shoes are required. Bring a $5 supply fee to the first class for the princess attire and tiara rental for the week.

192029 TMC M-F 192030 TMC M-F

2pm-3pm 2pm-3pm

6/12 7/10

5 Rogers 5 Rogers

$55 $55

Robotics (10-17 Yrs)

This camp offers hands-on opportunities to build and program robots. Working in small teams, students will design robotics systems to compete in fun real-world activities. Each day will bring a new challenge, and your team’s robot will have to morph to better adapt and compete. At the end of camp, students will compete in the battle bots competition to prove their robot is the best. This camp is perfect for the student who has a big imagination and likes to build things. 188351 LIB M-Th 1pm-4pm

7/10

4 Youth Tech $179

5 TEKnologies $159

planoparks.org 972-941-7250


SUMMER CAMPS Tae Kwon Do w/CPR Skills (7-12 Yrs)-NEW

Students will participate in high impact Tae Kwon Do training classes, taught by Professional Martial Arts instructors. Students will learn skills such as self-confidence, self-defense, discipline and more! Additionally, students will complete a Youth CPR/BLS class taught by a certified Red Cross instructor. Students completing/passing the course will receive a camp shirt and a CPR certificate of completion. A $15 supply fee is due the first day. 190999 TMC M-F

1pm-3pm

6/26

5 Hendawi

$145

The Gaming Academy (10-17 Yrs)

The gaming academy is an all-day course for students who love games. During this course students will be immersed into the world of 2D and 3D game design. The gaming academy is a combination of our Video Game Design, Advanced Game Design and 3D Game Design courses. The course offers students a variety of hands on experiences designing and building their very own games. Students are encouraged to bring a sack lunch. 188350 LIB M-F

9am-4pm

7/3

4 Youth Tech $329

Video Game Design (10-17 Yrs)

This course provides students with a fun interactive look at the world of video game design and development. Students enrolled in this camp will learn the basics of video game design and produce several different interactive video games to share with their friends and family.

188345 LIB M-Th 1pm-4pm 188346 LIB M-Th 9am-Noon 188344 LIB M,W 9am-4pm

6/12 7/17 7/3

4 Youth Tech $179 4 Youth Tech $179 2 Youth Tech $179

Web Design (10-17 Yrs)-NEW

This course is an in-depth look at the world of web design and development. You will learn how to build your own website from start to finish using an award winning suite of products. The learning for this camp does not end at the door, students will have access to their website with free hosting for one year. 188371 LIB M-Th 1pm-4pm

7/17

4 Youth Tech $159

You Can Go To That College! (14-18 Yrs)

This five day camp is a fun way to introduce the idea of college to high school students. The objective is to teach ‘Do-It-Yourself’ skills to a teenager about one of the most important decisions a teenager makes: searching for and selecting a college! Designed for children in grades 9-11, we will have games, quizzes and short contests all centered on the college theme. Participants will learn about concepts of costs, tuition, financial aid and how best to get into choice colleges. We will go online to introduce best-in-class tools to use throughout the college admissions process. At the end of the camp, students are more aware about college and are better prepared to ask the right questions when college brochures begin to arrive in mailboxes. All participants are provided a free copy of the instructor’s book on college selection!

192416 CAR M-F 192418 CAR M-F

12:30pm-4pm 8:30am-Noon

972-941-7250

6/12 8/14

5 Rao 5 Rao

$139 $139

Outdoor Activities Scramble Ramble (12-16 Yrs)

Are you looking for a good time this summer but can’t decide what to do? Well this camp has a little bit of everything we’re just waiting on you! You will have trips to waterparks, bowling, nature hikes, and much more. Fee includes the Go Ape Treetop Adventure course and FlowRider at Jack Carter Pool once per session. Registration closes the Friday before each camp starts.

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NRC NRC NRC NRC NRC NRC

M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

8am-4pm 8am-4pm 8am-4pm 8am-4pm 8am-4pm 8am-4pm

6/5 6/12 6/19 7/10 7/17 7/24

5 5 5 5 5 5

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

$175 $175 $175 $175 $175 $175

Sports Camp (10-15 Yrs)

Love all sports and don’t want to just settle with just playing one this summer? Campers in sports camp will have fun experiencing a variety of sporting activities such as tennis, swimming, bowling, and more. Who knows, you may actually learn a new sport you didn’t even know existed! Fee includes all equipment and instruction, along with the Go Ape Treetop Adventure course and FlowRider at Jack Carter Pool once per session. Registration closes the Friday before each camp starts.

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NRC NRC NRC NRC NRC NRC NRC NRC NRC

M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

8am-4pm 8am-4pm 8am-4pm 8am-4pm 8am-4pm 8am-4pm 8am-4pm 8am-4pm 8am-4pm

6/5 6/12 6/19 6/26 7/10 7/17 7/24 7/31 8/7

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

$175 $175 $175 $175 $175 $175 $175 $175 $175

Teens Outreach & Adventure (14-16 Yrs)

Does your teen think earning community service credits is boring? Not at this camp. Teens will have the opportunity to participate in community service projects, socialize with peers and learn leadership skills while having fun. All participants will earn community service points for school and other organizations. Registration closes the Friday before each camp starts.

189208 NRC M-F 189209 NRC M-F

8am-4pm 8am-4pm

6/26 7/31

5 Staff 5 Staff

$125 $125

City of Plano Plano Parks and Recreation

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YOUTH SPORTS CLINICS Basketball Clinics

Registration for Youth Sports Clinics opened in April - Register now!

Basketball Youth Scrimmage (Adv)(Enter 6th-9th)

Join the 2015 Coach of the Year and his staff at Plano West as they continue to build the next generation of basketball players. These clinics are designed to help young athletes transition into more competitive play at the middle school and high school levels. Offensive and defensive skills will be taught through team play. 2017 bi-district champions!

Baseball Clinics

Baseball Boys (Adv)(Enter 8th-9th)

This clinic will be led by the head coach and staff at Plano Senior High. There will be a review of fundamentals in all phases of the game. The focus will be on drills and practice schedule to prepare the players for their high school season. 193055 PSH

M-Th 8am-Noon

6/5

4 Robertson

$112

Baseball Boys Drills/Skills (Enter 1st-7th)

This clinic will be led by the head coach and his staff at Plano Senior High. The session will address pitching, catching, hitting, base running, infield/outfield play, and game situations. Players will be grouped by age and skill level. 193056 PSH

M-Th 9am-Noon

6/12 4 Robertson

$84

Baseball Boys Fundamental (Enter 4th-6th)

Join the varsity coach at Plano West Senior High where boys will work on fundamentals of baseball, go through drills, and play games. The overall goals are to have fun, play hard, and leave camp at the end of the week as better baseball players. 193052 PWSH

M-Th 9am-Noon

6/5

4 Clark

$84

Baseball Boys Fundamental (Enter 7th-9th)

Join the varsity coach at Plano West Senior High where boys will work on the fundamentals of baseball, go through drills, and play games. The overall goals are to have fun, play hard, and leave camp at the end of the week as better baseball players. 193054 PWSH

M-Th 1pm-4pm

6/5

4 Clark

$84

Baseball Youth Skills (Enter 5th-9th)

This clinic for boys and girls will be led by the head coach and staff at Plano East Senior High. Players will have fun working on their throwing, catching, base running, fielding, pitching, infield and outfield play, catching, sliding, discipline, teamwork, rundowns, stretching, conditioning, and sportsmanship. 192997 PESH

M-Th 11am-1:30pm

6/5

4 Byrd

$70

Baseball Youth Skills (Enter K-4th)

This clinic for boys and girls will be led by the head coach and staff at Plano East Senior High. Players will have fun working on their throwing, catching, base running, fielding, pitching, infield and outfield play, catching, sliding, discipline, teamwork, rundowns, stretching, conditioning, and sportsmanship. 192998 PESH

M-Th 8:30am-10:30am 6/5

14

4 Byrd

$56

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M-Th 1:30pm-5pm M-Th 1:30pm-5pm

6/5 4 Morgan 7/31 4 Morgan

$98 $98

Basketball Boys 3 on 3 (Enter 4th-9th)

Join the Plano East 2016 Coach of the Year to learn offensive/defensive methods during 3 on 3 scrimmages. Athletes will be taught basic skills of offense and defense through instructional breakdowns. They will then execute techniques in 3 on 3 games monitored by coaching staff. Small-scale games allow players maximum touches and exposure to these basic elements. 2015-16, 6A district champs and regional quarter finalists! 192897 PESH

M-Th 1:30pm-4:30pm 6/12 4 Clarkson

$84

Basketball Boys Shoot/Skills (Adv) (Enter 5th-9th)

2016 Plano East Head Coach of the Year and staff will concentrate primarily on teaching the proper fundamentals of shooting the ball including footwork, hand position, and consistency. Staff will teach players the fundamental skills of passing, dribbling, and footwork, along with offensive/defensive team concepts through drills and 3 on 3. Teams are welcome, but students must sign up individually. 2015-16, 6A district champs and regional quarter finalists! 192891 PESH

M-Th 1pm-4:30pm

7/17 4 Clarkson

$98

Basketball Boys Shooting/Skills (Enter 6th-9th)

2016 Plano East Head Coach of the Year and staff will teach the proper fundamentals of shooting the ball including footwork, hand position, and consistency. Staff will teach players the fundamental skills of passing, dribbling, and footwork, along with offensive/defensive team concepts through drills and 3 on 3. Teams are welcome, but students must sign up individually. 2015-16, 6A district champs and regional quarter finalists! 192887 PESH M-Th 1:30pm-5pm 192888 PESH M-Th 1:30pm-5pm 192889 McMillen M-Th 1:30pm-5pm

6/19 4 Clarkson 7/24 4 Clarkson 7/31 4 Clarkson

$98 $98 $98

Basketball Boys Skills/Scrimmage (Enter K-5th))

2016 Plano East Head Coach of the Year and staff will focus on teaching basketball fundamentals through drills, 3 on 3 scrimmages, and games. These clinics are great for players of all skill levels who need to develop dribbling, shooting, and passing skills. Boys will also learn offensive and defensive team skills and will improve in all areas. Teams are welcome, but students must sign up individually. 2015-16, 6A district champs and regional quarter finalists! 192880 PESH M-Th 9am-12:30pm 192881 PESH M-Th 9am-12:30pm 192882 McMillen M-Th 1:30pm-5pm

6/19 4 Clarkson 7/24 4 Clarkson 7/31 4 Clarkson

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$98 $98 $98


YOUTH SPORTS CLINICS

Basketball Girls Competitive (Enter 7th-9th)

This competitive clinic for girls will be led by the Plano West girls’ head coach and staff.The focus will be on developing elite skills through a combination of drills, games, and competitive play. Girls will develop individual and team skills in a varsity practice-style atmosphere. Regional finalist four years in a row! State semi-finalist in 2014! 193107 PWSH

M-Th 8:30am-10:30am 6/5

4 Perry

$56

Basketball Girls Fundamentals (Enter K-5th)

Join the head coach and staff at Plano East Senior High. Young girls will learn ball handling, proper shooting form, passing techniques, man to man defensive principles, and more. Games and competition will ensure the “fun” in fundamentals. All levels are welcome. For games, players will be separated into teams based on skill level. Keep your child active this summer! 192909 PESH M-Th 9am-12:30pm 192910 McMillen M-Th 9am-12:30pm

6/12 4 Morris 7/10 4 Morris

$98 $98

Basketball Girls Pure Shooting (Enter 6th-9th)

Join the varsity coach at Plano East Senior High in this focused and fun learning environment. Proper fundamentals of shooting, including footwork, hand position, and consistency, will be taught. The athlete’s mentality will be strengthened and confidence boosted to become a more aggressive and skilled player. 192987 McMillen M-W 9am-11am 192988 Williams M-W 9am-11am

6/19 3 Morris 7/17 3 Morris

$42 $42

Basketball Girls Skills (Enter 6th-9th)

Join the head coach and staff at Plano East Senior High. Young girls will learn ball handling, proper shooting form, passing techniques, man to man defensive principles, and more. Games and competition will ensure the “fun” in fundamentals. All levels are welcome. For games, players will be separated into teams based on skill level. Keep your child active this summer! 192911 PESH M-Th 9am-12:30pm 192912 McMillen M-Th 9am-12:30pm

6/12 4 Morris 7/10 4 Morris

$98 $98

Basketball Youth Shooting (Adv)(Enter 6th-9th)

The 2015 Coach of the Year and his staff at Plano West will teach players how to score through use of proper fundamentals, practice, and application. Athletes will become successful shooters at all levels. Expect plenty of shooting reps on our brand new gun. 2017 bi-district champions! 192907 Renner 192908 Jasper

M-Th 9am-12:30pm M-Th 1:30pm-5pm

6/12 4 Morgan 7/10 4 Morgan

$98 $98

Basketball Youth Offense (Enter 1st-5th)

These clinics will be led by the Plano Senior High girls’ varsity coach and staff. Emphasis for both boys and girls will be on shooting, ball handling, and offensive skill sets that will help students develop both individually and as a member of a team. 193082 PSH 193083 Vines

M-Th 9am-Noon M-Th 9am-Noon

6/19 4 Belcher 6/26 4 Belcher

$84 $84

Basketball Youth Offense Skills/Scrim (Enter 4th-9th)

These clinics will be led by the Plano Senior High girls’ varsity coach and staff. Emphasis for both boys and girls in this clinic will be on shooting, ball handling, and offensive skill sets that will help students develop both individually and as a member of a team. These skills will be utilized in daily scrimmage situations. 193085 PSH 193086 Vines

M-Th 1pm-6pm M-Th 1pm-6pm

6/19 4 Belcher 6/26 4 Belcher

$140 $140

Basketball Youth Scrimmage/Skills (Enter 1st-5th)

Come join the 2015 Coach of the Year and the Plano West staff for outstanding summer basketball clinics. The focus will be on teaching basic fundamentals and skills needed to improve confidence of young boys and girls. The week will be full of fun, games, and prizes. 2017 bi-district champions! 192898 Renner 192899 Jasper 192900 Rice

M-Th 9am-12:30pm M-Th 9am-12:30pm M-Th 9am-12:30pm

6/5 4 Morgan 7/10 4 Morgan 7/31 4 Morgan

$98 $98 $98

Basketball Youth Shooting (Adv)(Enter 3rd-9th)

Led by the head coach and staff at Plano Senior High, this clinic will offer boys and girls in-depth personal instruction in the art and skill of basketball shooting and shot-making. Techniques, mechanics, and mental approach are broken down into a step-by-step process, explained and taught, and then applied with positive correction and repetition. 193080 PSH

M-F 9am-4pm

6/26 5 Christian

$245

Basketball Youth Skills/Scrimmage (Adv)(Enter 3rd-9th) These clinics led by the Plano Senior High varsity basketball coach and staff are designed for the advanced middle school and elementary school players to hone their game execution/tactics, individual skill, and basketball IQ. Instruction will be in a competitive environment, using positive instruction, and in-depth teaching techniques to improve and elevate player’s game. 193078 Vines 193079 PSH

M-F 9am-4pm M-F 9am-4pm

6/5 5 Christian 7/10 5 Christian

$245 $245

Football Clinics

Football Plano Panthers (Enter 3rd-6th)

This non-contact all-positions camp for boys is led by the Plano East Senior High head coach and staff. Athletes will learn position-specific skills. Camp is for all positions for both offense and defense. Drills and activities are structured around a typical varsity practice. 193009 PESH

M-Th 9am-Noon

7/17 4 McCullough $84

Football Plano Panthers (Enter 7th-9th)

This non-contact all-positions camp for boys is led by the Plano East Senior High head coach and staff. Athletes will learn position-specific skills. Camp is for all positions for both offense and defense. Drills and activities are structured around a typical varsity practice. 193010 PESH

M-Th 9am-Noon

7/31 4 McCullough $84

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YOUTH SPORTS CLINICS

Football Plano Panthers 7 on 7 (Enter 7th-9th)

This non-contact camp for boys will be led by the Plano East varsity coach and staff. It is specifically designed for QBs, WRs, RBs, DBs, and LBs to work on passing, catching, and coverage skills relevant to their particular positions. Athletes will receive instruction from varsity coaches and work alongside varsity players. 192999 PESH

M-Th 9am-Noon

6/26 4 McCullough $84

Football Plano Wildcats (Enter 3rd-9th)

The head coach and staff at Plano Senior will direct these camps for boys and girls. Emphasis will be on football instruction, motivation, and self-improvement of players. 2014 5A State Bi-District Finalist! 193057 PSH 193058 PSH 193059 PSH

M-F 9am-Noon M-F 9am-Noon M-F 9am-Noon

6/5 5 McCullough $105 6/19 5 McCullough $105 7/10 5 McCullough $105

Football Plano Wolves (Enter 3rd-6th)

The head coach at Plano West and his staff will conduct a camp for boys that will feature the PWSH style of football. Players will receive instruction in every phase of the game. 193108 PWSH

M-Th 9am-Noon

7/31 4 Smith

Soccer Plano Wildcats (Enter K-9th)

These clinics will be led by the varsity coach at Plano Senior High. Boys and girls will be placed in age groups. Beginning players will learn dribbling, passing, receiving, and finishing in small-sided games. Intermediate and advanced players will develop and improve their technical and tactical skills. Teams are welcome, but players must register individually. 193043 PSH 193044 PSH

Boys and girls can join the Plano West varsity coach and staff at this great skills clinic that emphasizes repetitions on basic fundamentals, as well as on more advanced skills. Each day will have a different focus and will include small sided games. Students will be grouped according to age and/or skill level. Teams are welcome, but players must register as individuals. 193106 PWSH

M-Th 5pm-8pm

7/31 4 Smith

$84

Soccer Clinics

6/6 4 Cooley 6/6 4 Cooley

$56 $56

Soccer Plano Panthers (Enter 6th-9th)

This Plano East soccer clinic for both boys and girls features development of the intermediate to advanced player in dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, crossing, and finishing. Players will be grouped according to age and ability. 193100 PESH

Tu-F 4pm-7pm

6/6

4 Cooley

$84

Soccer Plano Wildcats (Enter 3rd-9th)

These clinics for both boys and girls, led by the boys’ varsity coach at Plano Senior High, will help both the beginning soccer player and the skilled athlete. Students will be separated and grouped by age and skill. They will learn all the different skills of the game. It will be a great chance for athletes to gain knowledge and to improve technique. 193097 PSH 193098 PSH 193099 PSH

M-F 6pm-9pm M-F 6pm-9pm M-F 6pm-9pm

5 Balogh

$105

The varsity coach and staff at Plano Senior High will lead this clinic where athletes will learn the basic skills of hitting, base running, fielding, throwing, and catching. They will also learn common terminology used by the Wildcat coaches. Fun activities are planned throughout the day. M-F 9am-Noon

6/12 5 Pipak

$105

Softball Girls Fundamentals (Enter 3rd-9th)

These soccer clinics for both boys and girls feature development of younger players in dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, crossing, and finishing. Players will be grouped according to age and ability. Tu-F 9am-11am Tu-F 11am-1pm

6/5

Softball Girls Fast Pitch (Enter 1st-9th ) 192993 PSH

Soccer Plano Panthers (Enter 1st-5th) 193101 PESH 193102 PESH

M-F 9am-Noon

Softball Clinics

Football Plano Wolves (Enter 7th-9th) 193109 PWSH

$105 $105

Soccer Plano Wolves (Enter K-9th)

$84

The head coach at Plano West and his staff will conduct a camp for boys that will feature the Plano West style of football. Players will receive instruction in every phase of the game.

M-F 8:30am-11:30am 6/5 5 Morse M-F 8:30am-11:30am 6/12 5 Morse

Girls can join the varsity coach at Plano West Senior High to learn the basic fundamentals and skills used in softball. 193105 PWSH

M-Th 9am-Noon

6/5

4 Ledsome

$84

Softball Girls Fundamentals (Enter 4th-6th)

Girls will be led by the varsity coach and staff at Plano East Senior High. Players will be placed into groups according to age and playing ability. Emphasis will be on learning fundamentals and developing skills such as throwing, catching, hitting, and defensive positions. Teams are welcome, but players must register individually. 193045 PESH

M-F 8:30am-11:30am 6/5

5 Mosteller

$105

Softball Girls Fundamentals (Enter 7th-9th)

Girls will be led by the varsity coach and staff at Plano East Senior High. Players will be placed into groups according to age and playing ability. Emphasis will be on learning fundamentals and developing skills such as throwing, catching, hitting, and defensive positions. Teams are welcome, but players must register individually. 193047 PESH

M-F 5:30pm-8:30pm 6/5

5 Mosteller

$105

6/13 5 McCullough $105 6/20 5 McCullough $105 7/17 5 McCullough $105

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YOUTH SPORTS CLINICS

Volleyball Youth Basics (Enter 7th-9th)

Tennis Clinics

In this basic skills clinic led by the varsity coach and staff at Plano East Senior High, boys and girls will focus on the individual skills and fundamentals that will enhance team play.

Junior Tennis (8-16 Yrs)

One-week tennis camps are offered to junior players (ages 8-16) from beginner level to ZAT level players, including High Point’s Future Stars and Competitive program players. The fundamental strokes (ground strokes, volleys, and serve) are emphasized using group instruction, drill and match-like play situations. Basic strategy and tactics are covered as well as the basic rules of the game. Enrollment fee includes a camp t-shirt. In a cooperative effort, camps taught at PISD sites are run by the coaches at the respective senior high schools. Camps taught at High Point are run by High Point staff. No camp on July 4. 191127 191128 191142 191129 191130 193238 191131 193239 191132 191133 193240 191134 193241 191135 191136 191137 191138 191139 191140 191141

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M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

8am-11am 8am-11am 8am-11am 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 8:15am-11:15am 9am-Noon 8:15am-11:15am 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 8:15am-11:15am 9am-Noon 8:15am-11:15am 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 8am-11am 8am-11am 8am-11am 9am-Noon

6/5 6/5 6/5 6/5 6/12 6/19 6/19 6/26 6/26 7/3 7/10 7/10 7/17 7/17 7/24 7/31 7/31 7/31 7/31 8/7

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$190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $154 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190

Volleyball Clinics This clinic for girls is led by the Plano Senior varsity coach and staff. It will focus on development of the skills necessary for volleyball. Incoming 9th graders are encouraged to attend this clinic. M-W Noon-2pm

6/5 3 Minnis

$42

Volleyball Girls Skills (Enter 6th-8th)

This clinic is led by the Plano Senior High varsity coach and staff. It is designed to introduce the sport of volleyball by teaching the basics to girls in our community. They will work on basic skills and then build to more advanced play. 193103 PSH

M-W 9am-11am

6/5

3 Minnis

M-Th 1pm-4pm

7/10 4 Sandel

$84

Volleyball Youth Skills (Enter 3rd-6th)

This clinic led by the varsity coach and staff at Plano West is a great introductory and continuing skills learning experience. Good form in all skills and techniques will be taught. Have fun and learn tons of volleyball! 192994 PWSH

M-Th 11:30am-1pm

6/5

4 Bridge

$42

Volleyball Youth Skills (Enter 7th-8th)

This awesome clinic will be led by the varsity coach and staff at Plano West. Boys and girls will practice skills and drills and learn key terms and expectations so that they become confident in their volleyball skills. This clinic is especially good for those students trying out for a team in the fall. 192995 PWSH

M-Th 1:30pm-3:30pm 6/5

4 Bridge

$56

Volleyball Youth Skills (Entering 9th)

This clinic led by the varsity coach and staff at Plano West Senior High is a great way to work with Plano West coaches and learn drills, terms, and expectations before try-outs. 192996 PWSH

M-Th 4:30pm-7:30pm 6/5

4 Bridge

$84

Wrestling

Wrestling Boys (Adv) (Enter 4th-9th)

Join Darren Cooley, head wrestling coach at Plano Senior High, in this clinic for boys. Moves will be broken down step-by-step and have different levels of difficulty. The clinic is designed to instill the values of effort, determination, and sportsmanship into the lives of young students through the sport of wrestling. 193110 PSH

Volleyball Girl Skills (Enter 9th) 193104 PSH

193051 PESH

M-F 8am-10am

6/12 5 Cooley

$70

Wrestling Boys (Beg) (Enter 1st-6th)

Join Darren Cooley, head wrestling coach at Plano Senior High, in this clinic for young boys. Moves will be broken down step-by-step and have different levels of difficulty. The clinic is designed to instill the values of effort, determination, and sportsmanship into the lives of young students through the sport of wrestling. 193111 PSH

M-F 10am-Noon

6/12 5 Cooley

$70

$42

Volleyball Youth Basics (Enter 3rd-6th)

In this basic skills clinic led by the varsity coach and staff at Plano East Senior High, boys and girls will focus on the individual skills and fundamentals that will enhance team play. 193048 PESH

M-Th 9am-Noon

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7/10 4 Sandel

$84

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ADAPTED RECREATION ADAPTED RECREATION Recreational, Social & Vocational Opportunities for Individuals with Disabilities Adapted Recreation programs are designed to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities from 12 months to over 60 years of age. Adapted Recreation staff is composed of certified special education teachers, certified paraprofessionals, and trained volunteers, who are on hand for most programs to assist and encourage the individuals as needed. Any individuals requiring assistance with matters not directly related to the activities and needing assistance with toileting and feeding must bring a chaperone/aide. For information please contact Dianne Dillon at 972-941-7272.

Crafts & Fine Arts

4/23

1 Olsen

$20

Dance

Dance Club (15 Yrs & Up)

Come join us for a fun night of dancing along with other fun activities each month, such as karaoke and a talent show. We will meet at the Senior Recreation Center, 401 W. 16th Street. The goal of this program is to increase socialization, self-esteem, and physical exercise. Light refreshments provided. Parents are asked to pick up participants rather than arrange for public transportation.

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6:30pm-9:30pm 6:30pm-9:30pm 6:30pm-9:30pm 6:30pm-9:30pm 6:30pm-9:30pm

4/28 5/19 6/23 7/28 8/25

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The more opportunities we have to experience life to the fullest, the better off we will be. This camp provides exciting and fun experiences and opportunities for adults with special needs. Participants will be exposed to games, educational activities and exciting field trips that will enhance their social, mental and physical skills. Come join us! The program will meet at Liberty Recreation Center, 2601Glencliff Drive. 5/30

4 Scott

$115

Friendship Camp (11-15 Yrs)

This class allows you to think outside of the box and turn ordinary household items into works of art! Participants will learn about saving money and preserving the environment as they create their special masterpieces. Come and see what unique projects you can make out of recycled materials. Supplies are included. 2pm-3:30pm

Adult Adventure Camp (22 Yrs & Up)

186530 LIB Tu-F 9am-4pm

Recycled Art (12 Yrs & Up)-NEW

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Day Camps

$15 $15 $15 $15 $15

Keep your child engaged this summer by signing up for Friendship Camp! This camp offers campers a variety of activities that enhance social skills, as well as vital life skills. Through our arts and craft program, swimming, field trips, and exercise activities, your child’s overall well-being will be enhanced, and they will have so much fun in the process. Come meet new friends and visit with old ones, and see how much fun Friendship Camp is. Campers must be able to follow directions and adhere to all rules. Camp will not be held on July 4.

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W-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

9am-4pm 9am-4pm 9am-4pm 9am-4pm Noon-4pm Noon-4pm Noon-4pm Noon-4pm

6/7 6/12 6/19 6/26 7/3 7/10 7/17 7/24

3 5 5 5 4 5 5 5

Browning Browning Browning Browning Browning Browning Browning Browning

$99 $165 $165 $165 $69 $85 $85 $85

Special Edition Kid Kapers (5-10 Yrs)

Summer is almost here, and that means fun is right around the corner! Campers will enhance their fine motor skills, their social skills, and most importantly life skills through a variety of fun activities such as arts and crafts, story and music time. Volunteers are on hand to assist staff with participants. Bring a sack lunch and drink to camp each day. The camp will begin this year at 8:30am. Camp will not be held on July 4.

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M-F M-F M-F M-F

8:30am-11:30am 8:30am-11:30am 8:30am-11:30am 8:30am-11:30am

7/3 7/10 7/17 7/24

4 5 5 5

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Teen Trek (16-22 Yrs)

Teen Trek is an exciting full-day adventure camp for teens and young adults with disabilities. Campers will be engaged in social and vocational activities such as learning to fill out job applications, etiquette activities, and money management through budget activities. They will be on the move by participating in outdoor adventures and visiting local attractions. Participants must be compliant and respond well to schedule changes should they arise. Teen Trek will make this a summer to remember! Teen Trek will meet at Plano Aquatic Center, 2301 Westside Drive. Camp does not meet on Tuesday, July 4.

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W-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

9am-4pm 9am-4pm 9am-4pm 9am-4pm 9am-4pm 9am-4pm 9am-4pm 9am-4pm 9am-4pm

6/7 6/12 6/19 6/26 7/3 7/10 7/17 7/24 7/31

3 5 5 5 4 5 5 5 5

McVey McVey McVey McVey McVey McVey McVey McVey McVey

$112 $189 $189 $189 $152 $189 $189 $189 $189

Video Production Camp (14-25 Yrs)

This camp is designed to meet the needs of individuals on the Autism/ Asperger’s spectrum. This group project will require students to have reasonably good language skills and an ability to interact with others. Social skills will be enhanced and teamwork will be fostered throughout the process of producing the video. 186575 CAR Tu-F 9am-Noon

7/25

4 Hayes

$89

Video & 3D Animation Editing (14-25 Yrs)-NEW

Calling all future video producers! Have you ever wanted to make a real live movie? Well here is your chance. Class members will film short scenes, edit them and put them together to form a short movie. You will even have an opportunity to experience 3D animation! To participate in this class you must be high functioning and be able to listen and follow detailed instructions. 190038 CAR Tu-F 9am-Noon

7/11

4 Hayes

$95

Social Life Prep Program (15-25 Yrs)

Having appropriate social skills improves confidence and self-esteem. Come learn from the best, a pathologist and development psychologist. This class will expose the higher functioning older teen and young adult to a variety of spontaneous and planned social interactions. Three sessions will focus on guided instruction, role-plays, texting and email; personal introductions and small talk. The last class will meet off-site to practice new skills. Participants must be independent for self-care, verbal at conversational level, willing to accept verbal feedback, and have no disruptive behaviors.

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Help your child become more independent and prepare for life on their own by registering for this great class! Participants will be taught how to count money, do household chores, manage their time, and conduct themselves appropriately in restaurants. Scenarios will be presented so skills can be practiced and refined, all in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere among friends.

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4 Irwin 4 Irwin

$69 $69 $69

Worried about your child staying fit this summer? Then you will want to sign up for this fitness class taught by certified trainers from Crull Fitness, who will work on mobility, strength, and flexibility. Drop off and pick up is at Crull Fitness, 2701 Custer Road, Ste. 801 Richardson.

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6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm- 7:30pm

Fun & Fitness (17-30 Yrs)

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6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm- 7:30pm

4/4 6/27

12 Miller III 12 Miller III

$172 $172

4/6 6/29

12 Miller III 12 Miller III

$172 $172

Fun Bunch Bowlers (14 Yrs & Up)

Adaptive bowling for individuals with physical and developmental disabilities gives participants the opportunity to strengthen their motor skills while having fun interacting with their peers. Bowlers meet at Allen Bowling, 1011 S. Greenville Avenue, Allen, on alternate Saturdays. Registration fee covers 7 weeks of bowling. 10am-Noon

7/8

7 Scott

$77

Kid's Activities

Life Skills (11-17 Yrs)

4/29 8/5

4 Shepard 4 Shepard 4 Shepard

Fun & Fitness (9-16 Yrs)

Educational Corner

10am-Noon 10am-Noon

5/4 7/6 8/3

Fitness

193170 Offsite Sa

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7pm-8:30pm 7pm-8:30pm 7pm-8:30pm

$55 $55

Cycling (5-7 Yrs)

If you haven't quite mastered the art of riding a bike, then come join us in the parking at Liberty Recreation Center. We will give you all the tips and safety skills you will need to enjoy a nice bike ride anywhere on your own.

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

6/11 7/16 8/13

4 Staff 4 Staff 3 Staff

$65 $65 $48.75

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Kids Night Out (1-11 Yrs)

This monthly respite program gives children with disabilities and their siblings an opportunity to socialize with their peers, reducing the risk of social isolation. As the kids are having fun with friends, parents and guardians can enjoy a well-deserved night out, a quiet evening at home, or some quality time with spouse or friends. Snacks are provided. Volunteers are on hand to buddy up with participants. Registration fee is $15 per family or $30 per family with 4 or more children. Register only the participant. To register siblings please contact Dianne at 972-941-7272 or dianned@plano.gov.

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6:30pm-9:30pm 6:30pm-9:30pm

5/12 8/11

1 Scott 1 Scott

$15 $15

Teens Night Out (12-15 Yrs)-NEW

Teens Night Out is a social/recreational program for teens with learning or developmental disabilities. This is an opportunity for teens to socialize with their peers outside of school. They will be engaged in activities such as line dancing, playing games, and arts and crafts. Snacks will be provided. Participants must be independent for self-care and capable of following directions.

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6:30pm- 9:30pm 6:30pm-9:30pm

5/12 8/11

1 Scott 1 Scott

$15 $15

Little Ones Gymnastics (5-7 Yrs)

Students will feel a real sense of accomplishment and independence as they learn how to roll, hang, swing, and go upside down all by their selves. Students will be taught basic skills on vault, bars, beam, floor, and trampoline.

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3pm-4pm 3pm-4pm 3pm-4pm 3pm-4pm

5/7 6/11 7/16 8/13

4 4 4 3

Staff Staff Staff Staff

$65 $65 $65 $49

Me Growing Up Gymnastics(3-5 Yrs)

Your child will have a blast learning very basic skills on the vault, bars, beam, floor, and trampoline in this beginning gymnastic class. They won't know it, but they will also be improving their gross motor skills, hand eye coordination, body awareness, and building self-esteem. Each child will progress at a rate at which they are most comfortable.

186653 191876 191877 191878

CAR CAR CAR CAR

Su Su Su Su

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

5/7 6/11 7/16 8/13

4 4 4 3

Staff Staff Staff Staff

$65 $65 $65 $49

Social Skills Gymnastics (8 Yrs & Up)

What a great way to improve social skills...by participating in a challenging yet fun gymnastics class with your peers! Improving the ability to appropriately socialize with peers will be the emphasis of this class, as students are introduced to beginning skills on the gymnastics equipment.

186658 191888 191884 191885

CAR CAR CAR CAR

Su Su Su Su

4pm-5pm 4pm-5pm 4pm-5pm 4pm-5pm

5/7 6/11 7/16 8/13

20

4 4 4 3

Staff Staff Staff Staff

$65 $65 $65 $49

Martial Arts

Beyond Karate (6 Yrs & Up)

This class offers individual and group instructions based on the student's needs. The students master karate moves and techniques and have the opportunity to be promoted to a higher belt as they gain more complex skills. Through karate practice, students with disabilities and learning differences, gain self-defense skills, enhance self-confidence, improve strength and core muscles, and much more. Practicing karate is an excellent extension of physical therapy and character training.

192869 LIB Th 192870 LIB Th 192871 LIB Th

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

6/1 7/6 8/3

4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff

$89 $89 $89

Trips

Dinner at TGIF (18 Yrs & Up)

Come and enjoy dinner at TGI Fridays in Plano with new and old friends. Bring enough money to cover the cost of dinner, a drink and tip. Drop off and pick will be at TGI Fridays, 901 N. Central Expressway, Plano, 75075. 186475 Offsite Th

6pm-8pm

4/20

1 Lowery

$13

Frisco Rough Riders Game (16 Yrs & Up)

Root, root, root for the home team. Have fun watching the Rough Riders play at the stadium in Frisco. Drop off and pick up at Liberty Recreation Center, 2601 Glencliff, Plano. Registration fee includes transportation, all you can eat buffet, and a Rough Rider souvenir. The recreation center will be closed upon return, so parents please pick participants up on time. 186458 LIB Sa

6pm-10:30pm

5/20

1 Lowery

$39

Girls Day Out! (18 Yrs & Up)-NEW

Girls Day Out is an event to promote social bonding with old/new friends while enjoying a day of shopping, taking in a movie, and then relaxing by talking and laughing while having dinner at a nice restaurant. You must bring money to cover shopping, movie, and dinner. The drop off and pick up will be at Liberty Recreation Center, 2601 Glencliff Drive. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes for walking. 193242 LIB Sa

10am-4pm

9/9

1 Dillon

$20

Mesquite Rodeo Trip (16 Yrs & UP)

Join us for an exciting trip to the Mesquite Rodeo. Share in the fun and excitement of watching the cowboys rope a steer and ride the bucking horses. We will meet at Liberty Recreation Center, 2601 Glencliff. Registration fee includes transportation, admission tickets, and dinner at the rodeo. Parents please arrange to pick up participants yourselves on return to Liberty. 191864 LIB Sa

6pm-10:30pm

8/26

1 Lowery

planoparks.org 972-941-7250

$40


ADULTS 50 + How to Read the Activity/Course Information How to Read Information Making Sensethe OutActivity/Course of Social Security-NEW

Social Security is ever-changing. The rules of social security are different for everyone. Even a seemingly small decision can add many dollars to the checks you’ll receive over your lifetime. Early benefits are sometimes beneficial - but they could be a huge mistake! How do you know what will work best for you? Learn how to maximize your benefits and about all of the options available to you. 191890 PSRC

M 10am-11:30am

6/5

1 Tvedten

Registration Registration begins at 8 a.m. on Saturday, May 6. See How To Register on p. 80 for details. A discount of 10 percent on all classes is offered for all registrants age 60 and older.

$5

The title of the course is MAKING SENSE OUT OF SOCIAL SECURITY. The Course Code is 191890, and it meets at PLANO SENIOR RECREATION CENTER on MONDAY from 10am11:30am on JUNE 5, meets 1 time, the instructor is TVEDTEN and the fee for this course is $5. PSRC = Plano Senior Recreation Center CAR = Carpenter Park Recreation Center OAK = Oak Point Recreation Center LIB = Liberty Recreation Center TMC = Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center

Business

Income Allocation-NEW

Are you confident your retirement savings will last as long as you do? The average life expectancy for retirees has continued to rise and 30 plus year retirements are becoming more common. A study found the number one fear of retirees is running out of money. Can you relate? Join us to learn how the concept of income allocation could enhance your retirement security by generating income that will last throughout your retirement. Lunch and door prizes after presentation. 192813 PSRC Tu

Newsletter for Active Adults 50+

The Plano Senior Recreation Center’s newsletter, TrendSetter, can be picked up free of charge at the Senior Recreation Center. You may also view it in the Adults 50+ section of our Web site at planoparks.org.

Other Opportunities

Tuesday Night Dance Every Tuesday evening, 7pm - 9:15 pm. First and third Tuesdays are country - second and fourth are ballroom Dress is ballroom or C&W attire. Cost is $5 per person For more information and band schedule, visit planoseniorcenter.org Thursday Afternoon Dance Every Thursday afternoon, 12:30pm - 2pm The Kings of Swing, an all-volunteer band perform big band tunes. Dance or just sit and listen. Dress is casual and the cost is free.

Wellness Center for Older Adults

The Wellness Center for Older Adults of Collin County is located inside the Plano Senior Recreation Center and is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 4pm. Health examinations, durable medical equipment, screenings, support groups and assistance counseling are available. For more information about the Wellness Center call 972-941-7335 or visit wellnesscenteronline.org.

972-941-7250

10:30am-12:30pm 7/18

1 Steelman

$5

Lunch & Learn Financial Planning for Women-NEW

This round table lunch is for women who are retired or nearing retirement and interested in strategies to help avoid outliving their money. This informative and engaging group discussion is facilitated by a local retirement specialist. 191768 PSRC Tu

10:30am-12:30pm 6/20

1 Steelman

$5

Making Sense Out of Social Security-NEW

Social Security is ever-changing. The rules of social security are different for everyone. Even a seemingly small decision can add many dollars to the checks you'll receive over your lifetime. Early benefits are sometimes beneficial - but they could be a huge mistake! How do you know what will work best for you? Learn how to maximize your benefits and about all of the options available to you. 191890 PSRC M

10am-11:30am

6/5

1 Tvedten

$5

Medical Identity Theft-NEW

Medical identity theft occurs when someone steals your personal information such as your name and Medicare number and uses the information to get medical treatment, prescription drugs, surgery or other medical services. Every time this individual uses your personal information to get medical services, a record is being created with incorrect information about you. This fraud affects your medical and health records and could lead to you being denied a much needed service or receiving the wrong medical treatment. This seminar will help you identify warning signs that your identity may be stolen and tips to avoid medical identity theft. 191806 PSRC Th

planoparks.org

10am-11am

6/22

1 Salazar

$5

21


ADULTS 50 +

Planning For Unexpected Life Events-NEW

Planning ahead for financial well being and the possibility of diminished capacity is critical. Planning ahead gives you control and allows time for gathering information, comparing options and determining which options helps achieve what is most important to you. Families and individuals with a plan for finances are in a better position to cope in the event of a future illness. 191807 PSRC Th

10am-11am

7/20

1 Salazar

$5

Taxes & the IRS-NEW

Have you ever wondered where do your taxes go? Do you need a tax advisor? Learn the answers to these questions and others such as what are tax-free savings, what is tax avoidance and why you shouldn't wait to get your refund each year. Come learn how to minimize your taxes after you retire! 191893 PSRC M

10am-11am

8/7

1 Tvedten

$5

Wills, Trusts & Probate

Do you need a will? Does a living trust reduce or eliminate estate taxes? How should you leave property for your children? Learn how to arrange your estate to distribute your property according to your wishes with the least amount of tax and expense. 191594 PSRC Tu

7pm-8pm

7/11

1 Botts

$5

Intro to Computing

Are you interested in learning about computers in a fun and nontechnical way? This is a very basic class which will help you use the mouse and keyboard, learn about text processing, email and how to access the Internet. A CD/flash drive is provided with the class materials and easy exercises for practice at home. At the conclusion of this class you will receive a recommended list of classes available to further your computer learning. The student needs access to a computer with Microsoft. 1pm-3pm 1pm-3pm

5/31 7/17

4 Staff 4 Staff

$19 $19

Intro to Email Using Gmail

Gmail is a free email service. In this class you will learn to send and receive email. You will learn to open and download photos and other attachments. Other topics will include creating labels to organize your mail and creating group contacts. Participants will receive specific instructions that will enable them to generate their personal Gmail account. Students should have basic computer skills (including the use of a mouse and keyboard) and have access to a personal computer for practice outside of class. 192746 PSRC Tu 192747 PSRC W

1pm-3pm 1pm-3pm

7/11 8/23

22

2 Staff 2 Staff

You'll be taught how to transfer your photos from your camera and scanner to your PC. Then, using Google Photos learn how to fix your photos. Discover how to share your photos via email and the Internet and to print. Student should have basic computer skills (including the use of a mouse) and access to a personal computer for product install and practice. Provide your email address when registering. 192914 PSRC M 192752 PSRC M

1pm-3pm 1pm-3pm

6/5 8/14

2 Staff 2 Staff

$25 $25

Quick Intro to Facebook

Want to know what your family, friends and even your grandkids are doing? Come to this class and learn how to find out. We'll cover how to create a Facebook account, establish account privacy settings, search for family and friends, send a friend request, reply to a friend request and add photos. You must have previous computer and Internet experience, and a web-based email address. You must bring your email address and password to class. 192744 PSRC W

9am-11:30am

6/21

1 Staff

$9

Crafts and Fine Arts

Draw Gems-NEW

Computer Learning Center

192913 PSRC W 192751 PSRC M

Photo Editing, Organizing & Restoration

$9 $9

Create beautiful gems using colored pencils, gel pens and markers. These beautiful gems can be added to your gift tags, cards or just create them and relax while coloring. Please bring colored pencils, a white gel pen and a black fine point marker. Colored markers are optional. If you have taken any of the Zentangle classes, bring your mini kit and step out sheets. 192108 PSRC Tu

9am-11:30am

6/20

1 Cooper

$25

Grandparent Series-Make a Mask-NEW

After class, go home and show your grandchild how to make these colorful abstract masks. Bring a medium-sized cardboard box, craft paints, brushes, markers, crayons, scissors and a craft blade. Optional embellishments can be considered like beads, string, yarn, costume jewelry and anything else you think may bring your mask to life! 192113 PSRC Tu

9am-11:30am

6/6

1 Cooper

$19

Lou Ann's Watercolor

Learn to express your creativity in watercolor! The instructor demonstrates a painting each class. Much individual attention is given. Lessons include the basics of color, composition, value, drawing and techniques used to finish a satisfying painting. Classes are informal and fun! For beginning and continuing students. Supply list will print on receipt. 192122 PSRC W 192119 PSRC W 192120 PSRC W

1pm-4pm 1pm-4pm 1pm-4pm

6/7 7/5 8/2

4 Bower 4 Bower 4 Bower

planoparks.org 972-941-7250

$85 $85 $85


ADULTS 50 +

Oil Painting With Lou Ann

Students will learn the basics of composition, color, form, perspective, and techniques of application in order to accomplish a worthwhile painting. The class will be painting still life, landscapes, and special interest subjects supplied by the teacher and/or the student. Supply list will print on receipt. 192123 PSRC M 192124 PSRC M 192125 PSRC M

1pm-4pm 1pm-4pm 1pm-4pm

6/5 7/3 8/7

4 Bower 4 Bower 4 Bower

$85 $85 $85

Pen Patterns-NEW

We all need to relax, decompress and de-stress. Pen Patterns offers a quick way to redirect your focus and relax. You'll be introduced to the theory and basics as you create at least six basic patterns. A mini kit is included. By combining simple, repetitive patterns you'll be amazed at how easy it is to create unique works of art and become relaxed. No drawing experience necessary. 192109 PSRC Tu 192110 PSRC Tu

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

7/11 8/1

1 Cooper 1 Cooper

$35 $35

Pencil Art

This portrait, floral and landscape class explores clay-based, wax, graphite, watercolor, charcoal and pastel pencils. A new project is offered each month with a how-to sheet, supply list and reference photo. Techniques and surfaces used are interesting and informative. Supplies are furnished your first month. Must sign up at least 24 hours before the first class. 192127 PSRC W 192128 PSRC W 192129 PSRC W

10am-Noon 10am-Noon 10am-Noon

6/7 7/5 8/2

4 Mahon 4 Mahon 4 Mahon

$75 $75 $75

You Can Paint With Oils

Even if you've never held a brush or can't draw a straight line, you'll be amazed at the beautiful oil painting you can complete in one fun and inspiring lesson. Beginners learn basics of color mixing, brushstrokes, and perspective while completing a detailed landscape or seascape. All supplies are provided. Bring paper towels and wear old clothes. In June, you'll paint 'Hydrangea in Clay Pot.' In July, 'Never Summer Range.' In August, 'Adirondack Chair on the Beach.' 192114 PSRC F 192115 PSRC F 192116 PSRC F

1pm-4pm 1pm-4pm 1pm-4pm

6/9 7/7 8/11

1 Garden 1 Garden 1 Garden

$39 $39 $39

Ballet Gold

Learn the basics of ballet while improving flexibility, balance and muscle tone while strengthening your core and promoting good posture. Ballet is expressive and enjoyable for all ages. No dress code and no previous dance experience necessary. 9am-9:50am 9am-9:50am

972-941-7250

6/16 6/19

Come and join our fun and friendly group as we share our love for ballet and improve our mind and body coordination at the same time. You will have a chance to perform at various senior living centers a few times a year. However, if you just want to learn simple ballet dances and not perform, that’s okay too. No dress code or previous dance experience required. 192306 PSRC F

10am-10:50am

6/9

10 Johnson

$69

Choreographed Ballroom Dance III

Relieve the stress of learning to dance popular ballroom rhythms through choreographed ballroom dancing where the instructor calls out the dance moves. Learn dance routines and figures to standard dance rhythms such as Rumba, Cha-Cha, Waltz, Tango, Bolero and Foxtrot. Partner and basic round dance experience required. 192762 PSRC Th

6:15pm-8:45pm

6/8

10 Pelton

$69

Line Dance (Beg)

A beginner's class for those who have little or no dance experience. Come get fit, have fun and learn to line dance. 192765 PSRC Th

10am-10:50am

6/1

10 Lam

$69

Line Dance Improver (Int)

For individuals who have prior experience in line dance. This class promotes health and fitness. Featured dances include Country, Rumba, Cha-Cha, Tango, Swing and Hip-Hop. No partner required. 192771 PSRC Sa

10:30am-11:45am 6/10

10 Donaldson

$59

Line Dance (Beg/Adv Beg)

Come learn to line dance or work on those skills you have learned in a previous class. 192777 PSRC Sa

9am-10:15am

6/10

10 Donaldson

$59

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A Matter of Balance Fall Prevention

Many older adults experience concerns about falling causing them to restrict their activities. A Matter of Balance is an award-winning, eight week program designed to manage falls and increase activity levels. 191901 PSRC F

9am-11am

6/9

8 Wolfe

$5

AARP Driver Safety Class

Dance

192303 PSRC F 192305 PSRC M

Ballet Gold on the Road

10 Johnson 10 Johnson

AARP's drivers' safety course is for people 50 years of age or older and is good for insurance discounts only. It cannot be used to dismiss traffic citations. Pay $4 now for facility usage and $15 on the day of class to the instructor if you're an AARP member or $20 if you're not a member. Bring your membership card to class. 189333 PSRC Th

8:30am-12:30pm 7/13

1 AARP

$4

$69 $69

planoparks.org

23


ADULTS 50 +

Balance & Falls-Let's Stay on Our Feet

Each year, millions of adults aged 65 and older fall. Falls can cause moderate to severe injuries, such as hip fractures and head traumas, and can increase the risk of early death. Fortunately, falls are a public health problem that are largely preventable. Learn some tips on how to prevent falls and improve your balance. 191998 PSRC M

10am-11am

8/14

1 Sablotny

$5

Choosing Senior Advisors Wisely-NEW

Learn some tips for researching and finding professional advisors with certifications targeted to seniors. Discuss common certifications with requirements for certification such as CPA, CFP, attorney Geriatric Care Manager, Social Worker and more. 191597 PSRC M

10am-11am

7/17

1 Cordes

$5

Compassion Fatigue & Caregiver Burnout-NEW

Learn about some common emotional responses of caregivers, signs of caregiver burnout and strategies for coping and where to seek help. 191596 PSRC M

10am-11am

6/7

1 Cordes

$5

Eating Healthier & Living Longer-NEW

Learn how to transition to a whole food plant based diet. Adults 50+ can especially benefit from eating less processed foods and more whole foods though sometimes it is hard to make that transition. Learn what a whole food plant based diet is and how it can benefit you. 191706 PSRC Th

10am-11am

6/8

1 Jones

$5

Elder Abuse: What You Should Know-NEW

Every year hundreds of thousands of older persons are abused, neglected, and exploited by family members and others involved in their lives. This talk will cover the various types of abuse that often occur with our senior population and the resources available to those in need. 192132 PSRC M

10am-11am

7/24

1 Sablotny

$5

Funeral Pre-Planning

Do your family a favor and prearrange your funeral service, cremation and/or memorial service. Your family will be spared the emotional stress, overspending, and excess time during what will be a difficult period for them. There will also be information on Veterans Burial Benefits. 191683 PSRC M

10am-11:30am

7/10

1 Harris

$5

Hearing Loss, Balance Disorders & Tinnitus-NEW

Is it difficult for you to hear in a group setting or restaurant? Does background noise bother you? Do you hear a ringing, chirping or buzzing sound? Have you fallen more than once in the last year? If you answered yes to any of these questions then this class is for you. Come find out what may be going on with your hearing and how you can correct it. 192344 PSRC W

10am-11am

7/12

1 Rodgers

$5

If Grief is a Game, These are the Rules-NEW

This presentation will give you the ten rules that will make a difficult season of life a little easier. 192336 PSRC W

10am-11am

6/21

24

1 Borkenhagen $5

May 2 9 16 23 30

Band Schedule for Tuesday Night Dances High Caliber - C&W Doc Gibbs - Ballroom/Variety Southern Pride - C&W DFW Musicmakers - Ballroom/Variety Frisco Jazz Band - Variety

June 6 13 20 27

Neon Moon - C&W Doc Gibbs - Ballroom/Variety Dave Alexander - C&W Richland Jazz Band - Ballroom/Variety

July 4 11 18 25

Closed Doc Gibbs - Ballroom/Variety City Lights - C&W Jack Melick Band - Ballroom/Variety

August 1 Southern Pride - C&W 8 Doc Gibbs - Ballroom/Variety 15 Swingin Country - C&W 22 DFW Musicmakers - Ballroom/Variety 29 High Caliber - C&W September 5 Neon Moon - C&W 12 Doc Gibbs - Ballroom/Variety 19 Dave Alexander - C&W 26 Richland Jazz Band - Ballroom/Variety

Internet & Computer Safety-NEW

Learn how to keep yourself protected against some of the computer scams that are prevalent today, such as calls from 'Microsoft' and the 'IRS', and what to do if you get a popup on your screen trying to scare you into calling a toll free number. The instructor will answer any and all questions you may have about your computer and go over computer basics such as antivirus protection, phishing emails and how not to be scammed. 192799 PSRC M

9:30am-11:30am 6/26

1 Scurlock

$5

Parkinson's: Diagnosis, Symptoms & Treatment-New

Parkinson's disease is a progressive, neurodegenerative disorder that affects movement, muscle control, and balance as well as numerous other functions. Learn about the signs and symptoms of Parkinson's and what treatments are currently available. 192131 PSRC W

10am-11am

6/28

1 Sablotny

$5

Piano Fun (Int)

For recreational music making! For continuing students and students with some playing experience. This relaxed class will reinforce basic musical concepts and introduce new skills. The instructor will be happy to help you with class placement. Class size is limited. 191590 PSRC M

1pm-2pm

6/5

8 Foreman

planoparks.org 972-941-7250

$99


ADULTS 50 +

Piano Fun (Int II)

More recreational music making! For continuing students and students with some playing experience. This relaxed class will reinforce basic musical concepts and introduce new skills. The instructor will be happy to help you with class placement. Class size is limited. 191592 PSRC M

2pm-3pm

6/5

8 Foreman

$99

Piano Fun (Adv/Beg)

For continuing beginning students and those with playing experience. 191588 PSRC M

Noon-1pm

6/5

8 Foreman

$99

Smartphone Apps & Settings

Learn how to locate and download apps for your smartphone and tablet. Find out what is available, which apps are free and what you may have missed. Also learn about the settings for your phone and what everything is for. 191900 PSRC W

10am-11:30am

6/14

1 Sanders

$5

Traveling History Up the Cattle Trails-NEW

Come 'travel' with Red River Historian Robin Cole-Jett as she explores the sights and sounds of the cattle trails of the past. 191598 PSRC Tu

10am-11am

6/27

1 Cole-Jett

$5

Class will begin with 20 minutes of cardio, then transition into 20 minutes of strength training, and end with a 10-minute stretch to improve flexibility. 6/5

10 Hoeler

$69

Above & Below the Belt

A complete large-muscle conditioning class using a variety of fitness equipment including free weights, resistance tubes and mats. This class is a great full-body workout for everyone to increase strength and bone density. Chair usage is optional. 191668 CAR

M

9:30am-10:20am 6/5

11 Harrison-Staub $75

Absolute Strength Gold

Class will focus on building strength through the use of hand weights, bars and resistance bands. Weight training can aid in building bone density, increasing your metabolism and maintaining good posture. 192290 PSRC F

10am-10:50am

6/9

10 Checki

$69

Active Balance & Flexibility

Build strength, increase your flexibility and improve your balance using a variety of equipment such as resistance bands, weights and balls. Each class will begin and end with a full-body stretch designed to increase your flexibility. 192729 PSRC Tu 192731 PSRC F

11am-11:50am 9am-9:50am

972-941-7250

6/6 6/9

192732 PSRC M

11am-11:45am

6/5

10 Hoeler

$69

Balance & Strength Gold

Focus on improving your total body balance and strength by using a variety of equipment such as weights, bands, balls and bars in this class. We stand and sit throughout class as we work the entire body through a variety of exercises. No cardio. 192735 PSRC M

10am-10:50am

6/5

10 Hoeler

$69

Circuit Training

Use of weights, bands, chairs, and steps will offer a safe, effective workout. Combine gentle, non-impact aerobics with weight training to build cardiovascular fitness, strength, balance and coordination. Circuit training alternates back and forth between weight training and aerobics. 192717 PSRC M

11:05am-11:55am 6/5

10 Brady

$69

Core Strengthening/Weight Training-NEW

Try out this new class featuring 30 minutes of core strengthening Pilates type exercises and 30 minutes of weight training using hand weights, bars and resistance bands. 2pm-3pm

6/12

10 Johnson

$69

Livewire Fitness Generator Gold

20/20 Gold-Cardio & Strength 9am-9:50am

A seated workout is great for individuals who are post-rehab, need range-of-motion work, or who have physical limitations! Sit and get fit while listening to workout music mixes.

193077 PSRC M

Fitness

187011 PSRC M

Armchair Exercise Plus

10 Hoeler 10 Johnson

$69 $69

Don't just define your body, redefine your life. This class is designed to generate a path to fitness with low-impact exercises that improve balance, flexibility, muscle strength, range of motion and cardiovascular endurance. Classes are taught by certified personal trainers and are designed for all fitness levels. Every class is different and is designed to keep your body guessing. So get ready to see results. We will do some mat exercises down on the ground. Bring your own mat. 193090 PSRC M,W 10am-10:50am 193087 PSRC M,W 10am-10:50am 193088 PSRC M,W 10am-10:50am

6/5 7/3 7/31

8 Reid 8 Reid 8 Reid

$89 $89 $89

LiveWire Generator

Don't just redefine your body, redefine your life. This class is designed to put you on the path to fitness with low-impact exercises that target balance, flexibility, muscle strength, range of motion and cardiovascular endurance. Classes are taught by certified personal trainers and are designed for all fitness levels. Every class is different and is designed to keep your body guessing. So get ready to see results. Classes are priced on a monthly basis. Variations are due to four meetings per week vs. two meetings per week. 191405 191406 191407 191408 191413 191409

TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC

planoparks.org

M-Th Th,Tu M-Th Th,Tu M-Th Tu,Th

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

6/1 6/1 7/3 7/6 8/1 8/1

17 9 15 7 19 10

Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid

$119 $89 $119 $89 $119 $89

25


ADULTS 50 +

Strength Training

Reclaim your physical mobility and movement confidence, ensure independent living, prevent disease and falls! This class offers closely supervised workouts, customized to your individual needs, in a social, engaging, small group environment. Designed for individuals 50 plus. Registration consultation with the instructor is required before you are allowed to participate. Friday class option is only available for students enrolled in two-day class options. 192088 192089 192090 192091 192092 192093 192696 192697 192698 192699 192701 192702 192703 192704 192705 192706 192707 192708

LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB

M,W M,W M,W Tu,Th F F W,M W,M W,M Tu,Th F F M,W M,W M,W Tu,Th F F

11:30am-12:30pm 12:30pm-1:30pm 1:30pm-2:30pm 9am-10am 10:30am-11:30am 11:30am-12:30pm 11:30am-12:30pm 12:30pm-1:30pm 1:30pm-2:30pm 9am-10am 10:30am-11:30am 11:30am-12:30pm 11:30am-12:30pm 12:30pm-1:30pm 1:30pm-2:30pm 9am-10am 10:30am-11:30am 11:30am-12:30pm

6/5 6/5 6/5 6/1 6/2 6/2 7/5 7/5 7/5 7/6 7/7 7/7 8/7 8/7 8/7 8/8 8/11 8/11

8 8 8 9 5 5 7 7 7 7 4 4 8 8 8 8 3 3

Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield

$89 $89 $89 $89 $19 $19 $89 $89 $89 $89 $19 $19 $89 $89 $89 $89 $19 $19

Strengthen & Lengthen

Tone and stretch all your muscles to help keep them strong and limber. Free weights, balls, and bands will be used to strengthen upper body muscles. Lower body muscles will be strengthened with a series of exercises done standing while using a chair for support. Balance and proper body alignment will also be a focus of this class. 191674 CAR W

10:30am-11:20am 6/7

10 Harrison-Staub $69

Tai Chi for Health I

Tai Chi is an ordered series of full-body movements performed slowly. Experience the benefits of moving, meditation and deep breathing in this easy-to-follow class for all fitness levels. 192714 PSRC Tu 192715 PSRC Tu

11am-11:50am 11am-11:50am

6/6 7/25

6 Thompson 6 Thompson

$65 $65

Tai Chi for Health II (Int)

Tai Chi Practice

This class provides an opportunity for experienced Tai Chi students familiar with basic forms to participate in a group practice. Class begins with a brief warm-up or Chi Gong exercises. Student will then practice the Tai Chi 24 and 48 forms, as well as, Tai Chi fan and sword routines. Please note this class does not offer Tai Chi instructions or lessons. 192098 LIB

W

10am-11am

192105 LIB

M

9am-10am

$65 $65

13 Staff

193162 PSRC F

9am-10am

6/9

22 Wang

9am-9:50am

6/7

26

10 Daffinee

$25

Totally Fit

Lively, non-impact cardio class designed to be gentle on the joints while improving your cardiovascular fitness. Movements are designed to stimulate your brain, as well as improve posture, core, balance, flexibility and strength. Weights and bands are used for strength training at the end of class. 192720 PSRC Tu 192724 PSRC Th

10am-10:50am 10am-10:50am

6/6 6/8

10 Brady 10 Brady

$69 $69

Zumba GoldÂŽ

Work out to international rhythms in a 'feel happy' exercise that is fun, effective and energizing. This low-impact cardio class strives to improve your balance, strength and flexibility. 192324 PSRC Tu 192322 PSRC Th

11am-11:50am 10am-10:50am

6/6 7/27

10 Brady 6 Longoria

$69 $55

Workout combines targeted body-sculpting exercises and fun cardio work with Latin-infused moves to create a calorie-torching, strengthtraining, dance-fitness party. Students learn how to use lightweight, maraca-like toning sticks to enhance rhythm and tone all their target zones, including arms, abs, gluteus maximus and thighs. All fitness levels welcome. 10am-10:50am

7/5

10 Longoria

A great way to improve your balance, breathing and flexibility with low impact on joints. You will feel refreshed and energized. 191681 PSRC W

$15

This is a continuing class of original Chinese Tai Chi (taiji). Class begins with 10 minutes of warm-up exercises. Then students follow the instructor in a series of graceful movements in choreographed tai chi forms, including the 24 form (Yang style), the 48 form (mixed style) and the 42 form (mixed style). Then, if time allows, the instructor will go into the details of these tai chi forms. Tai chi promotes the healthy flow of vital energy throughout the body, enhances leg strength, and improves balance and focusing.

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Tai Chi Practice for Well-Being

Tai Chi Gold

6/6 7/25

$15

This Tai Chi advanced practice class is for students familiar with more complex routines. Class routines begin with Ba Duan Jin Chi Kong exercise, followed with Tai Chi Chuan forms 24, 42 and 48, and finishes with Tai Chi sword and fan routines. Please note this is not an instructional class and does not offer any lessons.

Zumba GoldÂŽ Toning

Noon-12:50pm Noon-12:50pm

13 Staff

Tai Chi Practice (Adv)

A continuation for those that have completed the Tai Chi beginner class. We will build on the principles of the beginner Tai Chi class, including increasing your mind body awareness, improving memory, strength and balance. Your Chi will continue to develop through this new form set: Tai Chi for Energy. 193161 PSRC Tu 193159 PSRC Tu

6/7

$69

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ADULTS 50 + FREE BROWN BAG LUNCH SERIES

(please pre-register) PRESENTED BY THE PLANO ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTER 11AM-NOON TEN STEPS TO A GREENER HOME MAY 15 #193093 FIND THE TREASURE IN YOUR YARD JUNE 12 #193094 WHERE DOES YOUR TRASH GO? JULY 17 #193095

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10 Fritsch

$69

Energizing Yoga Flow

Learn to tame your mind with this style of yoga that teaches us to coordinate physical movement with our unique breathing rhythms. The flowing physical movements require ease in getting up and down from the floor and some kneeling postures. Beginner to advanced students welcome. 192736 PSRC Tu

9:30am-10:40am 6/6

10 Ramirez

$89

Gentle Yoga

Yoga can help rebalance your body through gentle movement and conscious breathing. These techniques can strengthen and increase one's ability to heal. This class is suitable for all students looking for a gentle introduction to the healing powers of yoga. 192079 LIB

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Pilates will improve your posture as well as breathing and strength. Using slow, controlled movements you will improve your core strength, tone your muscles and reshape your body. You will be on the floor on a mat the entire time. Modifications will be given so that all fitness levels can succeed. Each class ends in meditation and deep relaxation. 11am-11:50am

6/8

$109 $69 $69

10 Brady

$69

11am-Noon 11am-Noon

6/7 6/9

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$69 $69

Yoga Gold (Int)

Use of standing poses from beginning yoga foundations will balance the mind and body. Cultivate a deeper awareness working with breath, poses and meditation. This is perfect for someone who has yoga experience. 192273 PSRC Th

10am-11am

6/8

10 Checki

$69

Yoga Therapy-Healthy Weight Management

Learn weight bearing exercises for stronger bones and improving joint strength. Learn alternative movements to protect your body while working to improve bone density and joint stabilization through weight bearing exercises and functional movements. Use of a chair can be integrated as needed. 192743 PSRC W

3pm-3:45pm

6/7

10 Motter

$69

Yoga Therapy-Stress Management

We offer a gentle approach to managing physical and psychological stress through passive movement and simple meditation techniques. Use of a chair can be integrated as needed. 192754 PSRC W

2pm-2:45pm

6/7

10 Motter

$69

Shows/Events

$79

Pilates Gold

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When you feel younger, you look younger! Yoga promotes physical fitness and enhances your health through stretching, breathing and relaxation exercises. Bring a blanket or mat to class.

As we age, muscles and joints begin to tighten which causes discomfort and anxiety about ones physical well being. When mobility decreases either due to aging or a temporary trauma many people find themselves moping around and some then fall into depression. Yoga can reverse these feelings by simply giving you a bit of physical progress each and every day. We will use the chair as a prop while standing, balancing and lengthening postures. 6/5

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Yoga Gold (Beg)

Chair Yoga Gold-NEW

10am-11am

A flowing style of yoga based on breath awareness with a variety of poses to challenge personal strength, stamina, mobility & stability. Meditation and stress management techniques are included in this balanced body-mind yoga practice. 192756 PSRC Tu,Th 6pm-7pm 192758 PSRC Tu 6pm-7pm 192760 PSRC Th 6pm-7pm

Fitness-Yoga

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Yoga Flex & Flow

Ice Cream Social

Whether it's in cones or cups, we'll all 'scream' for ice cream! To get the summer off to a refreshing start, join your Senior Recreation Center friends at our old-fashioned ice cream social. Presented by the Senior Center Council. 187474 PSRC F

1pm-2:30pm

7/7

1 Staff

$2

Relaxing Yoga Flow

Decompress your body and mind with breathing, meditation, and a well-balanced physical yoga practice. This class begins and ends either sitting or lying down on the floor. There is a twenty minute standing portion with the option to use a chair if desired. Beginner to Advanced students welcome. 192740 PSRC Tu

11am-12:15pm

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$89

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Ham's Peach Orchard in Terrell, TX

Senior Information & Wellness Fair 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. - May 24, 2017

The Plano Senior Recreation Center Wellness and Information Fair will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, May 24. Attendance is free and everyone is welcome to come. Free health screenings, door prizes and much, much more. No registration necessary.

Trips

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Arsenic and Old Lace-NEW

This zany dark comedy at the Pocket Sandwich Theatre in Dallas tells the story of drama critic Mortimer Brewster, who just wants to get married to the girl next door. But standing solidly between Mortimer and matrimonial bliss is the wackiest, weirdest family tree that ever grew! It's 'Home Sweet Homicide' as Mortimer tries to thwart the police, conceal a corpse, curtail anymore killing, and convince Elaine that a wedding with a man who is drowning in such a murky gene pool could be a lifesaver. We're getting the meal deal which includes the show, choice of entree from the menu, soft drink, tea or coffee and gratuity. Fee does not include appetizers or dessert. 190066 PSRC Th

5:45pm-10:45pm 6/15

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$33

Back to Waco-NEW

We're going to Magnolia Market at the Silos, Chip and Joanna Gaines' store in Waco. Shop at the home décor store and the Seed & Supply garden store. Grab a treat from the bakery and enjoy it on the eat-in patio or get lunch from one of the many food trucks lining the courtyard. Independent operators sell coffee, juices, snacks and meals. Then we'll go to the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame & Museum for a 45-minute guided tour. There will be a lot of walking on this trip so wear comfortable shoes. Bring money for lunch and shopping. Fee covers transportation in a luxury coach and tour of the museum. 192525 PSRC Tu

8am-5pm

6/13

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$49

Circus 1903: The Golden Age of Circus-NEW

The producers of the world’s biggest magic show, the Illusionists, have teamed up with the award winning puppeteers from War Horse to present a thrilling turn of the century circus spectacular. Presented by Dallas Summer Musicals. 191570 PSRC Th

12:45pm-5:30pm 6/1

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$59

George W. Bush Presidential Center

The George W. Bush Presidential Museum offers a new and revealing look into the decisions and events of the Bush Presidency. The Museum features important artifacts; such as a piece of the World Trade Center; an interactive Decision Points Theater where visitors make real-time crisis decisions similar to those made by President Bush; and a fullscale replica of the Oval Office complete with a Resolute Desk that visitors can sit behind. Bring money for lunch at the Center. 191342 PSRC M

9:30am-1:30pm

6/26

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Join us for a fun trip on a nice, cool Lone Star luxury coach! There'll be no pickin' at his orchard. They do it all for us! They also serve award-winning soft-serve ice cream made with their own peaches and strawberries that are peeled, cut and blended in the orchard kitchen. Yum! They carry jams, jellies, preserves, butters, local honey, shelled and bagged pecans, and more. They even have a large selection of 'no sugar added' jams and preserves. Some of the fruits and vegetables you'll find at their Farm Market Store include apricots, blackberries, blueberries, cantaloupe, cherries, plums, strawberries, watermelon, beans, corn, onions, peas, peppers, potatoes, squash, tomatoes and zucchini. We'll have lunch at Ham's Burger place. Bring extra money for lunch and anything else you'd like to buy.

1 Perry

10am-2pm

6/7

1 Deats

$29

Lunch at Chasu Kitchen-NEW

East Asian cuisine boasts a variety of different flavors from places such as China, Taiwan, Korea and Japan. Chasu allows you to experience East Asian cuisine in your own way by allowing you to create your own rice or noodle bowl by choosing from a variety of toppings. Bring money for lunch. 191690 PSRC M

10:45am-12:30pm 7/10

1 Perry

$5

The Bodyguard-NEW

This is a musical about former Secret Service agent turned bodyguard, Frank Farmer, is hired to protect superstar Rachel Marron from an unknown stalker. Each expects to be in charge; what they don’t expect is to fall in love. A breathtakingly romantic thriller. Performed at the Dallas Summer Musicals. 191571 PSRC Th

12:45pm-5:30pm 7/27

1 Williams

$62

The Legendary 'Levee Singers' at the Pocket

How could any of us not remember the golden Levee Club? The club is gone but those Levee Club legends of the 60's are still here, doing what they do best...music and entertainment! Join them for the fun at the Pocket Sandwich Theatre in Dallas. You'll enjoy a wide range of music - western swing, folk, country/western, rock-a-billy and Broadway medleys. Ed Bernet, founder and leader, will be on tenor banjo, fiddle, mandolin and drums; Ralph Sanford on guitar; Dave Tanner on piano and keyboard bass and Dale Cook on drums. All these talented guys do great vocals. We're getting the Meal Deal which includes the show; choice of entree from the menu; soft drink, tea, or coffee (plus refills); and gratuity. Fee does not include appetizers or dessert. 192781 PSRC Tu

5:45pm-10:30pm 8/29

1 Remington

$49

The Star at Ford Center Tour-NEW

The Dallas Cowboys World Corporate Headquarters and Training Facility at The Star in Frisco is a destination created to allow fans to connect with the team in ways they have never imagined. The VIP Guided Tours will give Cowboys fans a chance to experience the place where the Dallas Cowboys train and work 355 days of the year. Bring money for lunch after the tour. 191341 PSRC M

9:30am-1pm

6/12

1 Perry

$22

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AQUATICS

ALL POOLS* WILL BE OPEN MEMORIAL, INDEPENDENCE & LABOR DAY HOLIDAYS FROM 1PM - 6PM SUMMER HOURS BEGIN DAILY: JUNE 5 - AUG 18 WEEKENDS: MAY 27 - SEPT 3 For pool hours prior to May 27, please refer to the Winter/Spring Leisure Catalog or planoparks.org

TOM MUEHLENBECK RECREATION CENTER 5801 W Parker 972-769-4404

Admission (Rec Center & Pool): $6 adults (16+), $3 youth (3-15) Indoor 8 lane 25-yard pool featuring depths from 3½ ft to 12 ft, a diving board, and a large drop slide. There is a separate indoor leisure pool featuring 2 walking lanes, a flume slide, vortex, current channel, and a water play structure for younger crowds. Indoor lap pool is kept at 83˚ and indoor leisure pool at 85˚ year-round. Outdoor facility has a slide tower with 3 run-out slides, a shallow play structure, spray ground, leisure pool, concessions, and separate entrance. PUBLIC SWIMMING HOURS LAP POOL INDOOR LEISURE POOL OUTDOOR POOL 1pm-5:45pm Mon-Th 10am-9pm* Mon 1pm-9:45pm Fri *$2 admission after 7pm 1pm-5:45pm Sat/Sun 10am-6:45pm Wed/Fri Noon-6:45pm Tu/Th 10am-5:45pm Sat 1pm-5:45pm Sun Public Lap Swim* *At least 2 lap lanes available at all times 5am-9:45pm Mon-Fri 8am-5:45pm Sat 1pm-5:45pm Sun Drop Slide 7:15pm-8:45pm Fri 1pm-5:45pm Sat/Sun

Diving Board 7:15pm-8:45pm Fri 3pm-5:45pm Sat/Sun

PLANO AQUATIC CENTER 2301 Westside Drive 972-769-4232

LIBERTY RECREATION CENTER 2601 Glencliff Drive 972-769-4234

Admission (Rec Center & Pool): $6 adults (16+), $3 youth (3-15) Outdoor 25-yard pool with drop slide and shallow water area. PUBLIC SWIMMING HOURS Noon-6:30pm Mon-Th Noon-7pm Friday 1pm-5:45pm Sat/Sun

HARRY ROWLINSON COMMUNITY NATATORIUM 1712 Avenue P 972-941-7670

Admission: Free Indoor 25-yard facility with shallow water training areas for younger guests and zero depth entry ramp into shallow area. PUBLIC SWIMMING HOURS 1pm-5pm Sat/Sun

JACK CARTER OUTDOOR POOL 2601 Pleasant Valley Drive 972-208-8081

$9 adults (16+), $5 youth (3-15) Features include a dual rider tube slide, body slide, lazy river, deep water pool with platform diving and a climbing wall, Flow Rider surf simulator, tot pool, leisure pool with some lap lanes, wet deck areas, spray features, rentable party areas and concessions. Noon-8pm 10am-Noon*

PUBLIC SWIMMING HOURS Mon-Sun All features open Tues & Thurs Tot Pool features only

* Ages 7 and under only - must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

*Oak Point Recreation Center Pools CLOSED FOR RENOVATION Oak Point Recreation Center and indoor/outdoor pools are closed for the summer during renovations. We encourage you to work out and swim at one of our other recreation centers or pools during this time. We look forward to seeing you back at the new and improved Oak Point Recreation Center in fall of 2017. For project updates, please visit our website at planoparks.org.

Admission: $3 (ages 3 and up) Indoor 25-yard lap pool, play area and outdoor spray ground. PUBLIC SWIMMING HOURS Noon-5pm Mon-Fri Pool & Splash Pad Noon-2pm Mon-Fri Lap Swim 1pm-6pm Sat & Sun Pool & Splash Pad

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AQUATICS LAP LANE POLICY

Memberships Memberships provide access to all recreation centers and swimming pools in the Plano Parks and Recreation system. The annual membership must be paid all at once and is non-refundable and non-transferable. The monthly auto renewal membership is paid in monthly installments via Mastercard, Visa, American Express or Discover and may be cancelled at any time.

Memberships include access to the following facilities: Carpenter Park Recreation Center, Jack Carter Pool, Liberty Recreation Center (and pool), Oak Point Recreation Center (and pool), Plano Aquatic Center, Rowlinson Natatorium and Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center (and pool). Annual Monthly Membership* Auto Renewal Membership** PLANO RESIDENTS Youth (3-15 yrs) $95 $11 Adult (16-59 yrs) $155 $19 Senior (60+ yrs) $119 $15 Family*** $399 $49

Lap lanes are provided for those wishing to keep fit through continuous lap swimming. All swimmers must be able to swim continuously and demonstrate knowledge of lap swimming etiquette. Swimmers unable to do so will be asked by the pool staff to leave the lap lane.

FOR ALL POOLS Children 6 years and under must be supervised by and within arms reach of a paying adult at all times.

PISD/WORK IN PLANO Youth (3-15 yrs) $119 $16 Adult (16-59 yrs) $195 $22 Senior (60+ yrs) $149 $19 Family*** $509 $59 NON-RESIDENTS Youth (3-15 yrs) $160 $21 Adult (16-59 yrs) $260 $29 Senior (60+ yrs) $200 $25 Family*** $679 $79 *Annual Memberships are non-refundable and must be paid all at once. ** Monthly Auto Renewal Memberships are automatically drafted monthly from your debit or credit card. ***Family is defined as parent/guardian and legal dependents that live in the same household. ONE MONTH USER FEE

$29 per month

DAILY ADMISSION FEE Youth (3-15 yrs) Adult (16 yrs & up)

$3 per day $6 per day

Children 2 years and younger are admitted free. Children 6 years and under must be supervised by and within arms reach of a paying adult (16 yrs or older) at all times. Proof of residency or employment is required prior to purchasing or renewing a membership. Membership cards are issued at Carpenter Park Recreation Center, Liberty Recreation Center, Oak Point Recreation Center and Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center. Members are required to show this card for use of the gyms, weight area, racquetball/squash courts, track, game room or swimming pool. Memberships are not required to attend recreation courses.

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RENT-A-POOL! 972-941-7250

Enjoy a pool side birthday party, family reunion or neighborhood party in a pleasant environment. Rental time is two hours and certified lifeguards are provided. A variety of rental plans are available starting at $100 for a two-hour rental up to 100 people. Ask about our Party Area Rentals which will allow you to have your party during the public swim times! These are available at Jack Carter Outdoor Pool, Plano Aquatic Center, Liberty Recreation Center and Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center. Pool rentals are available to non-residents for an additional fee. Pool rental reservations cannot be made more than three months in advance.

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AQUATICS Specialized Aquatics

Adapted Aquatics (4 Yrs & Up)

Individualized swimming instruction for participants with special needs. Class instruction will include basic water skills to increase water adjustment. The instructor will work with all individuals to help them gain confidence and improve kicking and stroke ability. A responsible adult is required to assist with the participant in the water.

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10:40am-11:20am 6/10 10:40am-11:20am 7/15

5 Staff 5 Staff

$55 $55

Adapted Aquatics (Adv) (10 Yrs & Up)

Individualized swimming instruction for participants with higher functioning special needs. Class instruction will include basic strokes: front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke and breathing refinement. A responsible adult is encouraged to assist in water with participant. Testing will occur first day.

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11:30am-12:10pm 6/10 11:30am-12:10pm 7/15

5 Staff 5 Staff

$55 $55

Diving (Beg) (6-13 Yrs)

This course will teach the fundamentals of basic springboard diving. Students must be comfortable in deep water. Students will be tested the first day.

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7:40pm-8:20pm 6/5 10:40am-11:20am 6/5 10:40am-11:20am 6/19 10:40am-11:20am 7/10 10:40am-11:20am 7/24 10:40am-11:20am 8/7 8:30pm-9:10pm 6/5 7:40pm-8:20pm 6/19 8:30pm-9:10pm 6/19 7:40pm-8:20pm 7/10 8:30pm-9:10pm 7/10 7:40pm-8:20pm 7/24 8:30pm-9:10pm 7/24 7:40pm-8:20pm 8/7 8:30pm-9:10pm 8/7 11:30am-12:10pm 6/10 11:30am-12:10pm 7/15 11am-11:40am 6/5 11am-11:40am 6/19 11am-11:40am 7/10 11am-11:40am 7/24 11am-11:40am 8/7

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FOR ALL POOLS Children 6 years and under must be supervised by and within arms reach of a paying adult at all times.

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FlowRider (Beg/Int)

Learn to ride the big waves on the FlowRider at Jack Carter Pool. This course is for anyone wanting to learn to bodyboard and qualify to standup ride on the FlowRider during public times. For safety purposes, the minimum class requirements are: all participants are at least 42 inches in height to ride the bodyboard; all participants are at least 48 inches in height to stand-up ride; all participants wanting to standup ride must sign the FlowRider release of liability waiver; and all participants must be able to swim in fast moving turbulent water. 191601 JCP M 192819 JCP W 192821 JCP M 192822 JCP M 192823 JCP W 192825 JCP W 192827 JCP M 192828 JCP W 192830 JCP M 192831 JCP W 192837 JCP M 192838 JCP W 192842 JCP M 192843 JCP W 192846 JCP M 192847 JCP W 192849 JCP M 192853 JCP W 192856 JCP M 192857 JCP W

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10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am 10am-11:30am

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Junior Lifeguard (11-14 Yrs)

This class is designed for youth ages 11 to 14. The class will introduce the fundamentals of First Aid, CPR/AED and basic lifeguarding skills. Participants will receive a completion certificate for Junior Lifeguard through the American Red Cross. Students will spend time in the class room and in the pool. 193025 TMC M-Th

9am-Noon

6/5

10 Staff

$125

Lifeguard Training with Waterpark (15 Yrs & Up)

Pre-Season Private Swim Lessons

Refresh your swimming skills before summer vacation! These one-onone classes will allow you to work with an experienced Water Safety Instructor to learn swimming skills at your own pace. You may choose to have class in deep water or in water that is 3.5 feet deep. Classes are Monday-Thursday for one week only. A discount is available if registering for two consecutive weeks, but can only be applied by contacting the Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Aquatics Office at 972-769-4417.

This is an American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification class that will certify the participant in Waterpark Lifeguard Training, CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer, First Aid, Oxygen Administration, and Bloodborne Pathogen Training. The Lifeguard, First Aid, CPR-PR, and Oxygen Administration are two year certifications and the Bloodborne Pathogen certification must be renewed each year. In order to participate in this class you must pass a pre-course which consists of a 300 yard continuous swim using front crawl and/or breast stroke, tread water for two minutes using only your legs, and a timed event which includes swimming 20 yards, picking up a 10 lb. brick from the bottom of 7-10 feet of water and swimming it back to the side keeping both hands on the brick. The participant MUST attend all class sessions in order to pass.

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Lifeguard Training Instructor (17 Yrs & Up)

Swim Team Prep (6-13 Yrs)

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4:30pm-10pm 4:30pm-10pm 4:30pm-10pm

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$225 $225 $225

Become certified to teach the American Red Cross Lifeguarding, Shallow Water Lifeguarding, CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers, Administering Emergency Oxygen and Bloodborne Pathogens classes. This course prepares instructor candidates to use course and presentation materials, conduct training sessions and evaluate the progress of candidates in a professionallevel course. Candidates must be currently certified as a lifeguard. There is a $35 non-refundable fee due to the American Red Cross for the online pre-course. 9am-5pm

6/26

4 Staff

$215

Piranhas Tryouts-New Swimmers Only (5 Yrs & Up)

This free course is ONLY a tryout to qualify for the Piranhas summer swim team. All swimmers who have not participated in Piranhas before must complete a tryout prior to registering. Piranhas tryouts are not required for swimmers who have participated in Piranhas before. To qualify for Piranhas, each swimmer must perform 25 yards of each of the four competitive strokes (front crawl, back crawl, butterfly and breaststroke) in deep water. Registration for new Piranhas will open on Saturday, April 23 at 8 a.m.

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4pm-4:30pm 4:30pm-5pm 5pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6pm 6pm-6:30pm 6:30pm-7pm 7pm-7:30pm 7:30pm-8pm 4pm-4:30pm 4:30pm-5pm 5pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6pm 6pm-6:30pm 6:30pm-7pm 7pm-7:30pm 7:30pm-8pm

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An alternative to Swim Level IV, this course focuses only on the four competitive strokes, competitive turns, starting from a block, and conditioning. Swimmers must be able to pass Swim Level III and be comfortable in deep water. Skills will be assessed on the first day. TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC Sa TMC Sa

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$75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $55 $55

Private Swim Lessons (3 Yrs & Up) One on one intense and individualized swim classes at Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center catered to the specialized needs of student. Times and dates catered to student’s schedule. Please call 972-769-4417 for more information.

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Swim Team Prep (Adv) (11-18 Yrs)

This course focuses only on the four competitive strokes, competitive turns, starting from a block, and conditioning. Swimmers must be able to perform 50 continuous yards of freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly at a Swim Level IV ability or higher. Skills will be assessed on the first day. Swimmers who cannot perform 50 yards of all four strokes comfortably will be moved into the appropriate level.

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TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC M-Th TMC Sa TMC Sa

9:50am-10:30am 9:50am-10:30am 9:50am-10:30am 9:50am-10:30am 9:50am-10:30am 6pm-6:40pm 6pm-6:40pm 6pm-6:40pm 6pm-6:40pm 6pm-6:40pm 9:50am-10:30am 9:50am-10:30am

6/5 6/19 7/10 7/24 8/7 6/5 6/19 7/10 7/24 8/7 6/10 7/15

8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 5 5

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

$75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $55 $55

Water Safety Instructor (16 Yrs & Up)

Water Safety Instructor Course certifies participants to teach Red Cross swimming courses to infants through adults. Candidates must be at a Level IV swimming ability or higher.

190942 TMC M-F 190943 TMC F-Su 190944 TMC W-Sa

4pm-9pm 9am-5pm 9am-5pm

5/15 6/9 7/5

5 Staff 3 Staff 4 Staff

$179 $179 $179

World’s Largest Swimming Lesson (6 Yrs & Up)

Be a part of the Guinness World Record for the largest swimming lesson. Swimming is a lifesaving skill for children and a vital tool to prevent drowning. Join us for a fun-filled event where every participant will receive a free lesson and certificate. 193076 JCP Th

8am-8:50am

6/22

1 Staff

FREE

Youth Aquatic Conditioning (8-15 Yrs)

Come experience a real swimming workout! For individuals ages 8-15 years old having ownership of a Level IV certificate or ability to demonstrate the skills required to pass Level IV. Feedback will be given to improve efficiencies of swimming strokes. Participants must be able to work independently and be comfortable in deep water. A swim test will be given on the first day.

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PAC PAC PAC PAC PAC PAC PAC PAC

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8:15pm-9:15pm 8:15pm-9:15pm 8:15pm-9:15pm 8:15pm-9:15pm 8:15pm-9:15pm 8:15pm-9:15pm 8:15pm-9:15pm 8:15pm-9:15pm

6/5 6/6 6/7 6/8 7/10 7/11 7/12 7/13

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

$45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45

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AQUATICS

Barracudas Swim Team (6-18 Yrs)

Liberty Recreation Center Kristie Bell (972) 769-4234 Web site: barracudas.planoparks.net The mission of the Plano Barracudas is to provide all Barracuda members and their families a ‘taste’ of competitive swimming. The team will emphasize good leadership, teamwork, sportsmanship, and respect toward others in practices and competition. Practices will vary in length depending on the age and ability of each swimmer. Prerequisite: Every child should be able to swim the length of the competitive pool (25 yards). Advanced swim team must know all 4 strokes and swim 50 yards. All swimmers 12 years and younger must have complied with the TAAF rules about off season practices and have not attended any organized non-school swimming practice in the months of January through April. Parent informational meeting and new swimmer tryout is May 19 at 6-8pm at Liberty Recreational Center. The last practice day for those not making the state meet will be July 21.

192934 LIB M-F 192935 LIB M-F

4:30pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm

6/5 6/5

34 Staff 34 Staff

$125 $125

Piranhas Swim Team (6-18 Yrs)

Summer Swim Team Registration is Now Open

Swim Teams

Aquaducks Swim Team (6-18 Yrs)

Liberty Recreation Center (972) 769-4234 Web site: aquaducks.planoparks.net Have a fun-filled summer with our recreational swim team, the Plano Aquaducks. The team is for kids ages 6-18 years old by June 1, 2017. Prerequisite: Swimmers ages 10 and younger must have the ability to swim 25 yards front and back crawl without stopping; swimmers ages 11 and over must be familiar with all 4 competitive strokes. Parent informational meeting and new swimmer tryout is from 6pm to 8pm on May 19 at Liberty Recreational Center. The last practice day for those not making the state meet will be July 21. By signing up, parents and swimmers agree to follow the Aquaducks code of conduct. Swimmers registered with USA Swimming after January 1, 2017 are not allowed.

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8am-9am 9am-10am 10am-11am

6/5 6/5 6/5

34

35 Staff 34 Staff 34 Staff

$125 $125 $125

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Emily Nunn (972) 769-4417 Web site: piranhas.planoparks.net The mission of the Plano Piranhas is to provide all members and their families a ‘taste’ of competitive swimming. The team will emphasize good leadership, teamwork, sportsmanship and respect toward others in practices and competition. All swimmers 12 years and younger must have complied with the TAAF rules about off season practices and have not attended any organized non-school swimming practice in the months of January through April. New Piranhas must attend a tryout before they will be allowed to register. You can register for a free tryout at the front desk or contact Emily Nunn to schedule a tryout at 972-769-4417 or emilyn@plano.gov. There is a mandatory parent meeting for both new and returning Piranhas at 7pm on Wednesday, May 24 at Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center.

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7am-8am 6/5 8am-9am 6/5 9am-9:45am 6/5 9:50am-10:35am 6/5 10:40am-11:25am 6/5 1pm-2pm 6/5 1pm-1:45pm 6/5 2pm-2:45pm 6/5 2pm-2:45pm 6/5 3pm-3:45pm 6/5 3pm-3:45pm 6/5 4pm-4:45pm 6/5 5pm-6pm 6/5

34 Staff 34 Staff 34 Staff 34 Staff 34 Staff 34 Staff 34 Staff 34 Staff 34 Staff 34 Staff 34 Staff 34 Staff 34 Staff

$125 $125 $125 $125 $125 $125 $125 $125 $125 $125 $125 $125 $125

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AQUATICS Preschool

Waterbabies/Watertots (6 Mos-3 Yrs)

Class instruction in basic water skills that increase confidence, coordination, and safety in the water. A responsible adult is required to participate with the child. Students will be in the water approximately 30 minutes.

Plano Aquatic Center Mon - Fri / 2 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date 9:00A

9:45A

10:30A

Jun 5 189435 189436 189437 Jun 19 189438 189439 189440 July 10 189441 189442 189443 Jul 24 189444 189445 189446 Aug 7 189447 189448 189449

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date Jun 5

11:30A

12:15P

6:50P

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190331

Jun 19

190230 190231

190332

Jul 10

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190333

Jul 24

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Aug 7

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190335

Skills will be assessed the first day of class and each child will be placed in the skill-appropriate group. Skill range will vary from first time swimmers, to those swimming independently. Students will be in the water for approximately 30 minutes.

Jack Carter Pool Mon - Fri / 2 wks (10 classes) $85

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tues & Thur / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date

10:40A (Outdoor Leisure Pool)

Jun 6

190441

Jul 11

190444

Preschool Swimming (3-5 Yrs)

Start Date 9:30A

Start Date

10:40A 190461

Jul 15

190462

11:00A

Jun 19 189456 189454 189455 Jul 10 189453 189490 189488 Jul 24 189489 189493 189500 Aug 7 189492 189457 189458

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Jun 10

10:15A

Jun 5 189450 189451 189452

Plano Aquatic Center Mon - Fri / 2 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date 9:00A

9:45A

10:30A

11:15A

Jun 5 189459 189460 189461 189462 Jun 19 189463 189464 189465 189466 Jul 10 189487 189467 189468 189469 Jul 24 189494 189491 189495 189496

Moonlight Mondays at TMC

Aug 7 189497 189498 189499 189501

Plano Aquatic Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75

Every Monday, June 5 – August 14 Outdoor pool admission will be $2/person (ages 3 & up) after 7 pm The outdoor pool will be open from 10am-9pm every Monday in the summer

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Start Date

5:15P

6:00P

6:45P

7:30P

Jun 5

189470 189471 189472 189473

Jun 19

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Jul 10

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Jul 24

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Aug 7

189486 189504 189502 189503

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AQUATICS Youth

Swim Level II Fundamental Aquatic Skills (6-12 Yrs)

The objective of Level II is for students to propel themselves on their front and back using alternating and simultaneous arm and leg action. Students will also learn to float without support and recover to a vertical position, tread water and bob.

Jack Carter Pool Mon - Fri / 2 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date 9:30A

10:15A

11:00A

Jun 5 189543 189544 189545 Jun 19 189558 189557 189548 Jul 10 189546 189547 189556 Jul 24 189554 189555 189549 Aug 7 189550 189551 189552

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date 9:00A

9:50A

10:40A

11:30A

Jun 5 190202 190203 190204 190205 Jun 19 190207 190208 190209 190210 Jul 10 190213 190214 190215 190216

Liberty Recreation Center Outdoor Pool Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date Jun 19

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Jul 10

192941 192944

Jul 24

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Aug 7

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Plano Aquatic Center Mon - Fri / 2 wks (10 classes) $85

Aug 7 190223 190224 190225 190226

Start Date

6:00P

6:50P

7:40P

Jun 5

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Jun 19

190314 190315 190316

Jul 10

190317 190318 190319

Jul 24

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Aug 7

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Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date 9:00A

9:50A

10:40A (Outdoor Leisure Pool)

Jun 6 190420 190421 190425 Jul 11 190429 190430 190431

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:00A

9:50A

10:40A

7:30P

192939 192942

Jul 24 190218 190219 190220 190221

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75

6:45P

Jun 5

Start Date 9:00A

9:45A

10:30A

11:15A

Jun 5 189505 189506 189507 189508 Jun 19 189528 189532 189553 189539 Jul 10 189529 189533 189536 189540 Jul 24 189530 189534 189537 189541 Aug 7 189531 189535 189538 189542

Plano Aquatic Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date

5:15P

6:00P

6:45P

7:30P

Jun 5

189509 189510 189511 189512

Jun 19

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Jul 10

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Jul 24

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Aug 7

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11:30A

Jun 10 190446 190447 190449 190450 Jul 15 190452 190454 190455 190456

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Swim Level III Stroke Readiness (6-12 Yrs)

The objective of Level III is for continued improvement on front crawl and treading water. The elementary backstroke, and the scissor and dolphin kicks are introduced. Headfirst entries are introduced. Prerequisites include ownership of Level II certificate or ability to demonstrate all skills required to pass Level II.

Jack Carter Pool Mon - Fri / 2 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date 9:30A

10:15A

11:00A

Jun 5 189596 189597 189598 Jun 19 189599 189600 189601 Jul 10 189608 189606 189607 Jul 24 189602 189603 189604 Aug 7 189609 189611 189610

Liberty Recreation Center Outdoor Pool Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date 9:00A

9:50A

10:40A

11:30A

6:00P

6:50P

7:40P

6:45P

Jun 5

192967 192968

Jun 19

192972 192969

Jul 10

192970 192974

Jul 24

192971 192975

Aug 7

192976 192973

Plano Aquatic Center Mon - Fri / 2 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date 9:00A

9:45A

10:30A

11:15A

Jun 5 189605 189584 189560 189561

Jun 5 190237 190238 190239 190240 190336 190337 190339

Jun 19 189580 189585 189588 189592

Jun 19 190241 190242 190243 190244 190340 190341 190342

Jul 10 189581 189586 189589 189593

Jul 10 190245 190246 190247 190248 190343 190345 190346

Jul 24 189582 189587 189590 189594

Jul 24 190249 190250 190251 190252 190349 190351 190352

Aug 7 189583 189612 189591 189595

Aug 7

190253 190254 190255 190353 190354 190355

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date

9:50A (Outdoor Leisure Pool)

Jun 6

190445

Jul 11

190448

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:00A

9:50A

10:40A

7:30P

Plano Aquatic Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date

5:15P

6:00P

6:45P

7:30P

Jun 5

189562 189563 189564 189565

Jun 19

189566 189567 189568 189569

Jul 10

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Jul 24

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Aug 7

189578 189579 189614 189613

11:30A

Jun 10 190463 190464 190465 190466 Jul 15 190467 190468 190469 190470

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AQUATICS Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date 9:00A

9:50A

10:40A

11:30A

6:00P

6:50P

7:40P

Jun 5 190256 190257 190258 190259 190356 190357 190358 Jun 19 190260 190261 190262 190263 190359 190360 190361 Jul 10 190264 190265 190266 190267 190362 190363 190364 Jul 24 190268 190269 190270 190271 190366 190367 190369 Aug 7 190272 190273 190274 190275 190370 190371 190372

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date 9:00A

10:40A (Outdoor Leisure Pool)

Jun 6 190453

190458

Jul 11 190459

190460

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:00A

9:50A

10:40A

Jul 15 190475 190476 190477 190478

9:45A

10:30A

11:15A

Jun 5 189659 189615 189616 189617 Jun 19 189618 189619 189620 189621 Jul 10 189622 189623 189624 189625 Jul 24 189626 189627 189628 189629 Aug 7 189630 189631 189632 189633

Plano Aquatic Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date

5:15P

6:00P

6:45P

7:30P

Jun 5

189634 189635 189636 189637

Jun 19

189638 189639 189640 189641

Jul 10

189642 189643 189644 189663

Jul 24

189645 189646 189647 189648

Aug 7

189667 189649 189668 189669

Start Date 9:00A

9:50A

10:40A

11:30A

6:00P

6:50P

7:40P

Jun 5 190276 190277 190278 190279 190373 190374 190375

Swim Level IV Stroke Development (6-12 Yrs)

Jun 19 190280 190281 190282 190283 190376 190377 190378

The objective of Level IV is for students to develop confidence and improve their skills and increase their endurance in front crawl, back crawl and elementary backstroke. Students will learn breaststroke and the arms to butterfly and sidestroke, basic turns at the wall, and safety assists. Additional diving skills are built upon. Prerequisites include ownership of Level III certificate or ability to demonstrate all skills required to pass Level III.

Jack Carter Pool Mon - Fri / 2 wks (10 classes) $85 10:15A

Start Date 9:00A

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75

11:30A

Jun 10 190471 190472 190473 190474

Start Date 9:30A

Plano Aquatic Center Mon - Fri / 2 wks (10 classes) $85

Jul 10 190284 190285 190286 190287 190379 190380 190381 Jul 24 190288 190289 190290 190291 190382 190383 190384 Aug 7 190292 190293 190294 190295 190385 190386 190387

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:00A

9:50A

10:40A

11:30A

Jun 10 190479 190480 190481 190482 Jul 15 190483 190484 190485 190486

11:00A

Jun 5 189650 189651 189652 Jun 19 189653 189654 189655 Jul 10 189660 189661 189662

Private Swim Lessons (3 Yrs & Up)

Jul 24 189656 189657 189658 Aug 7 189664 189665 189666

Liberty Recreation Center Outdoor Pool Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date

6:45P

7:30P

Jun 5

192977 192980

Jun 19

192978 192981

Jul 10

192984 192985

Jul 24

192986 192983

Aug 7

192979 192982

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One on one intense and individualized swim classes at Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center catered to the specialized needs of student. Times and dates catered to student’s schedule. Please call 972-769-4417 for more information.

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Swim Level V Stroke Refinement (6-12 Yrs)

The objective of Level V is for the students to coordinate and refine all strokes and increase their distances. Flip turns on front and back are introduced. Additional diving and safety skills are built upon. Prerequisites include ownership of Level IV certificate or ability to demonstrate all skills required to pass Level IV.

Plano Aquatic Center Mon - Fri / 2 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date 9:00A

9:45A

10:30A

Jun 5 189686 189687 189688 189689 Jul 10 189694 189695 189696 189697 Jul 24 189698 189699 189700 189701 Aug 7 189722 189702 189703 189704

6:00P

6:45P

7:30P

Jun 5

189705 189706 189707 189708

Jun 19

189709 189710 189711 189712

Jul 10

189713 189714 189715 189716

Jul 24

189717 189718 189719 189721

Aug 7

189720 189726 189724 189725

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date 9:00A

11:30A

6:50P

Jun 5 190296

190297

190388

Jun 19 190298

190299

190389

Jul 10 190300

190301

190391

Jul 24 190302

190303

190392

Aug 7 190304

190305

190393

9:50A

10:40A

Jun 10 190487 190488 190489 Jul 15 190490 190491 190492

9:45A

10:30A

Jun 5

189727 189731

Jun 19

189728 189733

Jul 10

189734 189729

Jul 24

189730 189735

Aug 7

189732 189751

Start Date

5:15P

6:00P

6:45P

Jun 5

189736 189737 189738

Jun 19

189739 189740 189741

Jul 10

189742 189743 189744

Jul 24

189745 189746 189747

Aug 7

189748 189749 189750

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date Jun 5

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:00A

Plano Aquatic Center Mon - Fri / 2 wks (10 classes) $85

Plano Aquatic Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75

Plano Aquatic Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 5:15P

The objective of Level VI is for students to refine their strokes in order to swim with ease, efficiency, and smoothness. Prerequisites include ownership of a Level V certificate or ability to demonstrate the skills required to pass Level V.

Start Date

11:15A

Jun 19 189690 189691 189692 189693

Start Date

Swim Level VI Skill Proficiency (6-12 Yrs)

9:50A

7:40P

192805

190396

Jun 19

192806

190397

Jul 10

192807

190398

Jul 24

192808

190399

Aug 7

192809

190400

Youth Surf & Paddle Board Fitness (13-16 Yrs)

Have fun getting fit while paddle boarding in this exciting new class. If you ever wanted to try paddle boarding, now is your chance to try it out in the comforts of a clean, shallow water pool. No need to worry about dirty, deep water (and the occasional fish).

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $109 Start Date 9:45A (Outdoor Leisure Pool) Jun 10 192473 Jul 15 192474

FOR ALL POOLS Children 6 years and under must be supervised by and within arms reach of a paying adult at all times.

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AQUATICS Adult

Adult Beginner Swimming

For individuals ages 13 to adult who have never had Red Cross lessons or are not comfortable in deep water. Students will be taught the following skills: rhythmic breathing, crawl stroke, back crawl and elementary backstroke.

Plano Aquatic Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date

8:15P

June 5

189767

July 10

189768

*Aug 7

189769

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date 9:00A

7:40P

Jun 5 190365

190433

Jun 19 190368

190434

Jul 10 190390

190435

Jul 24 190394

190436

Aug 7 190395

190437

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

(Outdoor Leisure Pool)

Adult Intermediate Swimming

For individuals ages 13 to adult who have the equivalent skills of the Red Cross Level II. Students will swim laps while learning sidestroke, breaststroke, sculling, front dive, basic rescues, and perfecting the front crawl, back crawl and elementary backstroke.

Plano Aquatic Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75

7:00P

Jun 6

193185

Jul 11

193186

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:00A Jun 10 190499 Jul 15 190500

Start Date

189770

July 10

189771

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date 8:15A

Punch Cards for Aquatic Fitness Classes! Punch Card: $32 for 4 punches

Look for the fitness symbol shown next to the class title for classes that alow drop-ins. Call centers to check on availability.

8:15P

June 5

8:30P

Jun 5 190402

190438

Jun 19 190406

190439

Jul 10 190409

190440

Jul 24 190412

190442

Aug 7 190414

190443

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 8:15A Jun 10 190501 Jul 15 190502

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Adult Swimming Conditioning

For individuals ages 13 to adult. Instruction and workout for men and women who want to improve swimming, endurance, and techniques. Participants must be able to swim and work independently in deep water. Great for triathletes who want to improve their swimming.

Plano Aquatic Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon - Thurs / 2 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date

8:15P

June 5

189772

July 10

189773

*Aug 7

189774

Shallow Water Aerobics

This class is for adults of all ages who want to stretch, tone and strengthen the body through exercise in the water. The class will concentrate on endurance, aerobics, and flexibility using water resistance. There may be an optional deep water portion during the class time.

Plano Aquatic Center Mon / Wed / Fri / 4 wks (12 classes) $59 *Mon / Wed / Fri / 3 wks (9 classes) $49 Start Date 8:00A Jun 5 189775 Jul 10 189783 *Aug 7 189780

Plano Aquatic Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 *Tues & Thurs / 3 wks (6 classes) $35 **Tues & Thurs / 2 wks (4 classes) $25 Start Date 8:00A

7:30P

Jun 6 189776

189778

Jul 11 189777

189779

*Aug 8 189782 **Aug 8

189781

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon / Wed / Fri / 4 wks (12 classes) $59 Start Date 7:50A Jun 5 192455 Jul 10 192456 Aug 7 192457

Deep Water Aerobics

A deep-water exercise class for adults of all ages who want to stretch, tone, and strengthen the body through exercise in the water. The class will concentrate on endurance, aerobics, and flexibility using water resistance. (Deep water classes require a buoy belt be worn and that the participant be comfortable in multi-depth water).

Jack Carter Pool Mon / Wed / Fri / 4 wks (12 classes) $59 *Mon / Wed / Fri / 2 wks (6 classes) $35 Start Date

9:00A

June 5

189793

July 10

189795

*Aug 7

189797

Jack Carter Pool Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 *Tues & Thurs / 2 wks (4 classes) $25 Start Date

9:00A

June 6

189794

July 11

189796

*Aug 8

190938

Plano Aquatic Center Mon / Wed / Fri / 4 wks (12 classes) $59 *Mon/ Wed / Fri / 3 wks (6 classes) $49 Start Date 8:00A Jun 5 189784 Jul 10 189785 *Aug 7 189786

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AQUATICS Plano Aquatic Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 *Tues & Thurs / 3 wks (6 classes) $35 **Tues & Thurs / 2 wks (4 classes) $25 Start Date 8:00A

7:30P

Jun 6 189787

189790

Jul 11 189788

189791

*Aug 8 189789 **Aug 8

189792

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Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon / Wed / Fri / 5 wks (15 classes) $69 Start Date 9:00A Jul 31 192464

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Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $109 Jun 10 192469

This is a high intensity interval training (HIIT) class for adults who are looking for a serious workout! This class is designed to help you burn fat, strengthen and tone your muscles using the resistance of the water.

Start Date

Don’t miss this unique new yoga class. Paddle board yoga will invigorate and challenge you by using your core muscles to offset the motion of the water. It will keep you more aware of your form as the board will let you know if you are not balanced. This challenging class will help you build strength, stamina and confidence while enjoying the sounds and sights of the shallow outdoor pool. This class is designed for beginner and experienced yoga students. Please join us for a peaceful yet fun and fit start to your weekend. Paddle boards are included in the price.

Start Date 8:05A (Outdoor Leisure Pool)

Aqua Body Sculpt-NEW

Start Date

Paddle Board Yoga

Jul 15 192470

Surf & Paddle Board Fitness

Have fun getting fit while paddle boarding in this exciting new class. If you ever wanted to try paddle boarding, now is your chance to try it out in the comforts of a clean, shallow water pool. No need to worry about dirty, deep water (and the occasional fish) found at area lakes. You will gain strength and stamina while paddle boarding and doing surf inspired workouts through a circuit set up in the TMC outdoor pool. Whether you are a beginner or advanced, you will enjoy this fun form of exercise. Paddle boards and other equipment are included in the price.

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $109 Start Date 8:55A

(Outdoor Leisure Pool)

Jun 10 192471 Jul 15 192472

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AQUATICS

Water Pilates

This is a moderate mind/body aerobic workout that uses the buoyancy and resistance of the water to enhance Pilates exercises designed to strengthen core muscles, tone and shape of the body and increase flexibility. Class is in the leisure pool, vortex and river.

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 Start Date 9:00A

(Outdoor Leisure Pool)

Jun 6 192936

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 Start Date

6:45P

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Aqua Boot Camp

This aquatic boot camp is a water-based fitness program that provides the benefits of a pool, with little to no impact on joints and expands lung capacity, as well as the benefits of weight and resistance training of a traditional gym. This class provides a rigorous cross-training of swimming, water polo, water aerobics, and traditional strength/cardiovascular training. The participants should be comfortable in deep water and able to swim 25 yards freestyle.

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 Start Date 7:50A

10:00A

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6:45P

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Adaptive & Rehabilitative Aquatic Exercise-NEW

This shallow water workout is for rehabilitating injuries using the water’s natural buoyancy and resistance. Taught by a certified personal trainer and water aerobics instructor, each class will consist of 15 minutes of body weight exercises and 35 minutes of cardio.

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 Start Date

10:00A (Outdoor Leisure Pool)

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River Aerobics

This is a high impact, high resistance water exercise class for adults who are looking for a tougher water work out. You will use the force of the river for all around cardio and strength conditioning.

Jack Carter Pool Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 *Mon & Wed / 2 wks (4 classes) $25 Start Date 9:30A Jun 5 193033

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High Intensity Aqua Fat Burn-NEW

Get back in shape with this high intensity, shallow water workout. This class will use a combination of cardio and resistance exercises to help you achieve your fat burning goals.

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $45

Jul 10 193034 *Aug 7 193035

Start Date

Jack Carter Pool Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 *Tues & Thurs / 2 wks (4 classes) $25

9:00A (Outdoor Leisure Pool)

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ATHLETICS/ADULT SPORTS Adult Sports Office

Oak Point Nature & Retreat Center 5901 Los Rios Blvd. 972-941-5275 (Office) 972-941-7469 (FAX Office) 972-712-3930 (Heritage Yards at Plano) For more detailed information about each of the following adult sports, please go to our web site at planoparks.org under Adult Sports. Registration packets are available under the respective Sports We Offer tab. Registrations can be submitted in person at the Adult Sports office or by e-mail at adultsports@plano.gov. There is NO ONLINE REGISTRATION.

ADULT SPORTS

Summer Adult Flag Football

Summer adult 8 x 8 flag football Men’s leagues will be offered on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, and Coed leagues will be offered on Thursday evenings beginning the week of Monday, May 15. Leagues will be played under Texas Amateur Athletic Federation rules. The league fee per team is $395 for an 8-game season plus playoff. Teams finishing in the top half of the final standings will advance to a singleelimination playoff at no additional cost. Registration hours are from 8am–5pm on Monday, April 3 - Friday, May 5 at the Adult Sports office. Registrations can also be submitted to adultsports@plano.gov. There will be NO ONLINE REGISTRATION. All league documents can be accessed at planoparks.org/AdultSports.

Fall Adult Flag Football

Fall adult 8 x 8 flag football Men’s leagues will be offered on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, and Coed leagues will be offered on Thursday evenings beginning the week of Monday, August 15. Leagues will be played under Texas Amateur Athletic Federation rules. The league fee per team is $395 for an 8-game season plus playoff. Teams finishing in the top half of the final standings will advance to a singleelimination playoff at no additional cost. Registration hours are from 8am–5pm on Monday, July 3 - Friday, August 4 at the Adult Sports office. Registrations can also be submitted to adultsports@plano.gov. There will be NO ONLINE REGISTRATION. All league documents can be accessed at planoparks.org/Adult Sports.

Fall Adult Coed Kickball

Fall adult coed kickball will be offered on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings beginning Tuesday, August 15. Leagues will be played under Texas Amateur Athletic Federation Rules. The league fee per team is $365 for an 8-game regular season plus playoff. Teams that finish in the top half of the final standings will advance to a single elimination playoff at no additional cost. Registration hours are from 8am–5pm on Monday, July 3-Friday, August 4 at the Adult Sports office. Registrations can also be submitted to adultsports@plano.gov. There will be NO ONLINE REGISTRATION. All league documents can be accessed at planoparks.org/Adult Sports.

Summer Adult Softball

Summer adult softball leagues begin on Monday, May 15, at the Heritage Yards at Plano Softball Complex located at 4525 Hedgcoxe. Leagues are sanctioned by the Amateur Softball Association and are scheduled for Monday–Friday evenings. Men’s, Men’s Church, and Co-ed leagues of various skill levels are available. The league fee per team for Men’s Open, Men’s A, Men’s AA, Men’s Church, Co-ed A, Men’s Recreational, and Co-ed Recreational divisions is $365 for an 8-game season. All teams can participate in a double-elimination end-of-season tournament on Saturday, July 29 for a cost of $140. Registration hours are from 8am–5pm on Monday, April 3-Friday, April 21, at the Adult Sports office. Registrations can also be submitted to adultsports@plano.gov. There will be NO ONLINE REGISTRATION. All league documents can be accessed at planoparks.org/Adult Sports.

Fall Adult Softball

Fall adult softball leagues begin on Monday, August 14, at the Heritage Yards at Plano Softball Complex located at 4525 Hedgcoxe. Leagues are sanctioned by the Amateur Softball Association and are scheduled for Monday–Friday evenings. Men’s, Men’s Church, and Co-ed leagues of various skill levels are available. The league fee per team for Men’s Open, Men’s A, Men’s AA, Men’s Church, Co-ed A, Men’s Recreational, and Co-ed Recreational divisions is $365 for an 8-game season. All teams will have the opportunity to participate in a double-elimination end-of-season tournament scheduled for Saturday, October 28, for a cost of $140. Registration hours are from 8am–5pm on Monday, July 3 - Friday, July 21, at the Adult Sports office and also from 6:30pm10pm at Heritage Yards when games are being played. Registrations can also be submitted to adultsports@plano.gov. There will be NO ONLINE REGISTRATION. All league documents can be accessed at planoparks.org/Adult Sports.

Summer Adult Coed Kickball

The Summer adult coed kickball will be offered on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings beginning Tuesday, May 16. Leagues will be played under Texas Amateur Athletic Federation Rules. The league fee per team is $365 for an 8-game regular season plus playoff. Teams that finish in the top half of the final standings will advance to a single elimination playoff at no additional cost. Registration hours are from 8am5pm on Monday, April 3 - Friday, May 5 at the Adult Sports office. Registrations can also be submitted to adultsports@plano.gov. There will be NO ONLINE REGISTRATION. All league documents can be accessed at planoparks.org/Adult Sports.

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ATHLETICS

Athletic Operations & Services

Athletic Operations and Services functions within the City of Plano’s Parks and Recreation Department. Athletic Operations provides administration in planning, developing, improving, renovating, and coordinating the scheduled use of 16 athletic-oriented park sites for youth and adults in the community. Athletic Services supports scheduled activities by grooming playing surfaces such as grass on sports fields and clay on baseball/softball fields. Athletic Services mows, waters, and fertilizes the grass in addition to dragging the fields and coordinating lining services which culminate in the use of athletic fields for league and tournament games, practices, camps, clinics, tryouts, and special events. Team or group use of the City’s athletic-oriented park sites is by schedule or reservation only. These sites are: Archgate Park

Heritage Yards

Old Shepard’s Place Park

Carpenter Park

High Point Park

Preston Meadow Park

Championship Youth Ballpark

Hoblitzelle Park

Russell Creek Park

Cheyenne Park

Horseshoe Park

Schell Park

Enfield Park

Jack Carter Park

Harrington Park

McCreary Sports Fields

Sports Partnerships in the Community

Plano Parks and Recreation Department allocates, prepares, and maintains competitive and recreational athletic fields and facilities scheduled by youth and adult sports organizations to sponsor seasonal leagues, tournaments, camps, clinics, tryouts, practices, and special activities. Organizations using Plano fields must be non-profit, Planobased, or regional programs desired by Plano residents. Athletic Operations coordinates schedules to ensure that fields are used to maximum efficiency while balancing scheduled activity with conservation and sustainability. Organizations that access Plano fields for leagues, camps, or clinics are assessed fees at $6 or $7 per hour for field use, $20 per hour for game lighting, a one-time seasonal charge for field establishment, and a team-based user fee. Organizations that schedule Plano fields for local leagues are: YOUTH ATHLETICS Plano Family YMCA 214-705-9459 russellcreekymca.org

Plano Youth Soccer 972-422-7972 pysa.org

Plano Lacrosse 214-563-5107 planolacrosse.com

Plano Sports Authority 972-208-5437 psaplano.org

Plano Table Tennis 214-641-5167 planottc.com

Plano Aerobats 972-208-8187 planoparks.org

City of Plano Swimmers 972-398-7946 planoswimming.org

i9 Sports 214-778-5774 i9sports.com

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Plano Parks and Recreation 972-941-5275

North Texas Coed Soccer 469-814-0778

Dallas Cricket League 972-814-3921

North Texas Premier Men’s Soccer 972-238-9668

Plano International Soccer 469-396-7945

North Texas Cricket Association 972-978-6900

Plano Cricket Association 214-882-3875

Athletic Reservation Program for Practices

Plano residents may reserve City of Plano athletic fields for practices during league seasons on a space-available basis subject to closures necessary for field recovery or activity preparations. An administrative fee of $15 for a 90-minute practice reservation is charged. If lights are necessary, there is an additional charge of $40 per hour. Fields for rental must be appropriate for the activity and age group. Plano residents may rent a practice field once each week. Reservations can be made online after contacting athletics staff at 972-942-5413 or by email at fieldreservations@plano.gov. An account must be set up and Plano residency verified. Reservations are accepted between two and ten days in advance of the desired practice reservation. Walk-in and telephone hours are 10am to 2pm, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. Recurring practice sessions are not available. Fields are provided for general public practice access after local leagues have an opportunity to schedule make-up games and practices. For additional information, contact the field reservation specialist at the email address above.

Frito-Lay/Pepsi Championship Youth Ballpark

Plano’s ball field gem is the Frito Lay/Pepsi Championship Youth Ball Park located at 6000 Jupiter Road. This Championship Youth Ball Park is designed for girls’ softball, t-ball, and coach-pitch activities. It is the perfect venue for scheduling championships, playoffs, tournaments, or challenge games. The facility features a bermuda tiff outfield, public address system, large scoreboard, shaded spectator seating with overhead fans, permanent fencing at 200 feet, and pro-style dugouts. General public rentals are $50 per hour. League discounts are available. For additional information, contact the athletic event coordinator at 972-941-5240.

Tournament Program

Athletic fields in the City of Plano are available to conduct tournaments by non-profit organizations, churches, clubs, civic organizations, teams based in Plano, and individuals residing in Plano. Rental rates are charged by the team, by the field, by the game, for field preparations, event support, and lighting (if applicable). Tournament activity requires insurance coverage and must be professionally officiated which may require sanctioning and team registration with a national governing body. Fields are available for ASA-sanctioned slow pitch or fast pitch softball at Heritage Yards, baseball, soccer, flag football, tackle football, lacrosse, ultimate, kickball, cricket, rugby, and field hockey. Availability of fields during league seasons is limited. Approval of field access for tournaments will require the exclusive use of local housing coordinated by the Plano Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, if applicable. For additional information, contact the athletic event coordinator at 972-941-5240.

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GOLF Pecan Hollow Golf Course 4901 East 14th Street 972-941-7600 pecanhollowgc.com

Steve Heidelberg (PGA).....................Head Professional Paul Madewell..........................................Superintendent Gary Dennis (PGA).......................Teaching Professional Jamison Womack............................Assistant Professional Jake Gorman..................................Assistant Professional Zach Mason.....................................Assistant Professional

Pecan Hollow Junior Academy Classes held M, W, F - 4:30pm-6pm Sat - 9am -10:30am Choose any two days that fit your schedule Program includes two days a week of instruction and unlimited short course play. Cost is $150 per month

Youth Instruction

Junior Golf (5-14 Yrs)

Whether your child is a golf beginner or intermediate, this is the clinic for them. Classes will cover the basics of golf including hitting with irons, wood, chipping, putting, sand and course etiquette while playing the junior course. Students will be divided according to age and/or ability. Classes will be on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday each week. Fee will include instruction, use of clubs, and lunch daily provided by Pecan Hollow Grille. A fun pizza party will be held each Thursday. Your child is welcome to bring his/her own lunch. 193000 193001 193002 193003 193004 193005 193006 193007 193008

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Hours of Operation Open Tuesday – Sunday Daylight - Dusk RATES: Weekdays (Tuesday-Friday) Before 1pm.…....................................……………..$40 After 1pm................................................................$34 After 3pm................................................................$25 After 5pm................................................................$16 Seniors 60+ and Juniors 17 and under...................$32 (Tuesday-Thursday, Friday before 9 a.m.) Weekends Before 1pm….……..................................………... $54 After 1pm............................................................... $42 After 3pm............................................................... $29 After 5pm................................................................$17 Senior Punch Card 14 rounds with cart Tues. - Thur. $378 ($27 per round) Prices with cart, tax included Club Rentals 18 holes .................................................................$20 Driving Range Small Bucket (33 balls).............................................$4 Large Bucket (66 balls).............................................$7 Jumbo Bucket (99 balls).........................................$10 Short Course Day pass...................................................................$5 Large Bucket and Short Course.............................$10

Intro to Golf • • • •

Instructor Jake Gorman Individual lesson - $70 Package of 3 lessons - $170 Instruction at all levels. Please contact (903) 2624938 for group lessons or any additional questions.

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURES How to Read the Activity/Course Information

Stand Up Paddle Boarding (Beg) (10 Yrs & Up)-NEW

Take your first steps towards walking on water at Oak Point Lake. Stand up paddle boarding is the fastest growing watersport in the world and the gateway to other watersports like ocean surfing. In this 3 day course the professionals at DFW Surf will teach you how to paddle with confidence. Anyone registering MUST have swimming ability. Board weight limit not too exceed 250 lbs. 193053 NRC

M-W 6pm-7:15pm

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3 DFW SURF

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The title of the course is STAND UP PADDLE BOARDING. The Course Code is 193053, and it meets at OAK POINT PARK NATURE & RETREAT CENTER on MONDAYS, TUESDAYS and WEDNESDAYS from 6pm-7:15pm, begins JUNE 19, meets 3 times, the instructor is DFW SURF, and the fee for this course is $99. ARB = Arbor Hills Nature Preserve BWS = Bob Woodruff Park South OPP = Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve NRC = Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center

Introduction to Kayaking (13 Yrs & Up)-NEW

Kayaking is more than just a fun water based activity, its benefits encompass so much more! Come on out to the Oak Point Nature & Retreat Center to learn the basics of kayaking and the benefits it can provide. An American Canoe Association certified instructor will show you all you need to get started in this sport and become confident in your paddling skills! All gear and equipment provided. Must have swimming ability to participate.

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Archery (Beg) (8 Yrs & Up)

Curious about this fast growing sport and want to give it a try? Learn the basics of archery equipment, proper form, and shooting techniques under the guidance of a USA Archery certified instructor. All equipment will be supplied. Space is limited. 192308 BWS Th

7pm-8pm

6/8

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$75

Digital Fishing Derby (4-13 Yrs)

Hey kids, grab your fishing gear and head out to Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve for a fun-filled weekend of fishing! This fishing derby will require you to use social media to report your catch in the competition for longest and shortest fish! Call 972-941-5403 for more information. 192368 NRC Sa-Su 7am-11:59pm

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Outdoor Education

Nordic Walking is fitness walking using specially designed Nordic Walking poles. It provides an efficient, total-body, low-impact aerobic workout and is a great way to improve your fitness level regardless of age or current physical condition. It's outside, it's sociable, it's fun, and it works the whole body! If you can walk, you can learn to Nordic Walk. Class will take place at the Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve. Nordic poles are provided during class. W Th W Th

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Take your first steps towards walking on water at Oak Point Lake. Stand up paddle boarding is the fastest growing watersport in the world and the gateway to other watersports like ocean surfing. In this three day course the professionals at DFW Surf will teach you how to paddle with confidence. Anyone registering MUST have swimming ability. Board weight limit not to exceed 250 lbs. 193053 NRC M-W

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10am-Noon 1pm-3pm 5pm-7pm 10am-Noon 1pm-3pm 5pm-7pm

Stand Up Paddle Boarding (Beg) (10 Yrs & Up)-NEW

Fitness

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Arbor Hills Summer Adventure

Come out and explore the natural wonders of Arbor Hills Nature Preserve the first Saturday of each month! A Texas master naturalist will guide you along the way. Each month will be a different theme: June-Painted Buntings and Indian Blankets: Beauties At Arbor Hills; July-What Tree is This?; August-Trumpets, Grapes and Poison: The Many Vines of Arbor Hills. Please register if you plan on attending.

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8:30am-10am 8:30am-10am 8:30am-10am

6/3 7/1 8/5

1 Joosten 1 Joosten 1 Joosten

FREE FREE FREE

Family Night Hike

Take an enjoyable guided evening walk through the woods at Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve led by a Texas Master Naturalist. Come identify native plants and wildlife habitats while learning about why it is important to protect our environment. Don't forget your flashlight!

191984 NRC Sa 191985 NRC Sa 191986 NRC Sa

7:30pm-9pm 7:30pm-9pm 7pm-8:30pm

6/17 7/15 8/19

1 Roome 1 Roome 1 Roome

FREE FREE FREE

Fireflies (4 Yrs & Up)

Curious about fireflies? Come learn everything you want to know about these flashy critters and even try to catch a few that flicker around Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a registered adult.

191989 NRC W 191990 NRC W

8pm-9pm 8pm-9pm

6/14 7/19

1 Fincannon 1 Fincannon

FREE

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Wildlife Explorers® (5-10 Yrs)-NEW

Custom Outdoor Classes Available Can’t seem to find that specific class needed for your scout to earn their badge? Does your schedule never seem to match up with the program dates and times? Outdoor Adventures has got you covered! Anything from helping your troop earn a merit badge to developing a specific hike for a group, we have the resources to help. For more information, please call 972-941-5403.

Historic Uses of North Texas Plants (5 Yrs & Up)-NEW

Early settlers to the area didn't have access to stores to buy the things they needed. They often used what they could around them in nature. In this class, you'll learn how the early settlers used plants for food, shelter, medicine, dyes, and more! Children 12 years and younger must be accompanied by a registered adult. 192691 NRC Sa

9am-11am

8/12

1 Clark

$9

Hooked on Fishing (6-12 Yrs)

Get outdoors and come fishing with a TPWD certified angler instructor at the Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center. Kids will learn the basics of how to fish, which may include casting, types of fish and their habitat, equipment, and safety. They'll then take to the water to test their new found knowledge!

192373 NRC Sa 192374 NRC Th 192375 NRC Sa

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

6/24 7/13 7/29

1 Stephens 1 Stephens 1 Stephens

$5 $5 $5

Intro to Entomology (7 Yrs & Up)

You will learn everything you could want to know about bugs in this beginners entomology class. This class will look at insects and their close relatives, as well as different parts of an insect, the different types of lifestyles, and how insects survive. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a registered adult. 192784 NRC W

7pm-8pm

8/9

1 Fincannon

$9

Jurassic Park Insects (7 Yrs & Up)

Check out the different dragonflies and damselflies that live on the water and have been around since dinosaurs roamed the Earth. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a registered adult. 191991 NRC Sa

10am-11am

6/24

1 Fincannon

$9

The Nature of Oak Point Guided Walk (4 Yrs & Up)-NEW

Walk along beautiful Rowlett Creek, through an old growth forest, or amble through a meadow of prairie wildflowers. The beauty and diversity of Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve will amaze you on this guided walk. Learn about the birds, plants, animals, and more, including their names, historic uses, and hidden secrets. Children 12 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Please register if you plan on attending.

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Come on out to the Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve to see all that nature has to offer. Get hands on, and keep your eyes and ears open to discover something new! No class on July 6. 192895 NRC Th

8:30am-9:30am

6/15

6 Staff

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Trips

Blueberry Hill Farms (4 Yrs & Up)

Lather up some sun screen and put on your hat because summer is officially blueberry season! Pick some blueberries and enjoy a picnic lunch out at the farm. Berry picking baskets are provided. Pack a lunch for your family and bring a small cooler to transport your delicious berries home. Be sure to bring cash for your berries and other farm treats! 192369 NRC Sa

7am-1pm

6/17

1 Staff

$19

Hidden Passages Cave Tour (7 Yrs & Up)-NEW

The Hidden Passages tour provides guests with a flashlight in order to explore delicate formations on a rugged, intimate tour of the cave. A guide will lead you through this newly opened section of the cave on an undeveloped trail; closed-toed shoes are mandatory. This tour is not recommended for guests with physical limitations or claustrophobia. Please pack a sack lunch, including snacks and drinks. Parents must register and accompany minors under the age of 18. There is a twoweek cancellation policy for this trip. Registration closes June 30. Meet in the lobby of the Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center. Please call 972-941-5403 for more details. 192989 NRC Sa

7am-5pm

7/15

1 Staff

$59

Ray Roberts State Park Day Trip (4 Yrs & Up)

Escape the bustle of the city and get back to nature just an hour north of the DFW Metroplex. Come play at Ray Roberts Lake State Park! The fun includes swimming, games, and enjoying the day! Please pack a small cooler with a lunch, snacks, and drinks. Entry fee and transportation included. Parents must register and accompany minors under the age of 18. If your child is 7 years old or younger, you must provide a child safety seat as required by state law. Please call 972-941-5403 for more details. 192933 NRC Sa

10am-4pm

8/5

1 Staff

$15

Trinity River Kayak Adventure (10 Yrs & Up)

Join Recreation staff on a fun day paddling down the West Fork of the Trinity River. A smooth current with a few gentle rapids will make nothing short of a great day! Trip lasts approximately 2-3 hours. Boat rentals, life jacket and paddles included. Parents must register and accompany minors under the age of 18. Registration closes June 11th. Inclement weather may postpone or cancel this trip. Please call 972-941-5403 for more details. 192896 NRC F

Noon-6pm

6/23

1 Staff

$55

Fishing Pole Rentals at Oak Point Want to fish but don’t have a pole or tackle? You can borrow one of ours to use onsite! We also have O.A.K. packs (Outdoor Adventure Kits) you can rent. Come visit us at the Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center and explore what nature has to offer! For more information, please call 972-941-5403.

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RECREATION PROGRAMS - PRESCHOOL How to Read the Activity/Course Information

Calling all princesses in training! Join other princesses-in-training for a fun and exciting class. We will create beautiful treasures, learn ballet, and play princesses games! At the end of the session we will have a tea party to showcase everything we have learned. Noon-12:45pm

6/11

6 Logan

Come and have fun planting plants, creating critters, using acorns, feathers, wood, seeds and leaves to create fun and useful projects including planters, boxes, toys and more! 193022 LIB

Pretty as A Princess (5-6 Yrs)-NEW

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Nature Crafts (3-6 Yrs)

$49

The title of the course is PRETTY AS A PRINCESS. The Course Code is 192803, and it meets at LIBERTY RECREATION CENTER on SUNDAYS from Noon to 12:45pm, begins JUNE 11, meets 6 times, the instructor is LOGAN and the fee for this course is $49. CAR = Carpenter Park Recreation Center COX = Cox Building CT = Courtyard Theater LIB = Liberty Recreation Center OAK = Oak Point Recreation Center TMC = Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center

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Touch it. Smell it. Hear it. See it. Taste it! Have fun making art using all of your senses. See what happens when you paint with fragrant substances! Create tantalizing textures! Make art through sensory explorations to experience the world through not only what you see but also through what you feel, taste, and hear too! 5 Abrakadoodle $69

Artful Explorations Painting Workshop (3 1/2-6 Yrs)

An inspired introduction to self-expression, imagination and creativity for preschoolers! Classes will provide young artists with their first experiences in the arts at a key point in their cognitive development. Emphasis is placed on exploration, creativity and fun in classes that engage each student. We will utilize acrylic paint, watercolors, oil pastels and more! Your artist will bring home one painting a day. Dress to mess and bring paper towels. All supplies included. 189948 TMC M-Th 10am-11:15am

6/26

4 Elkins

$65

My Masterpiece (3-5 Yrs)

Learn to draw, color, paint, and create your very own masterpiece! 193018 LIB

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Noon-1:30pm

6/9

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Noon-1:30pm 1:30pm-3pm

7/7 7/10

4 Boldish 4 Boldish

$55 $55

Dance

Ballet (2-3 Yrs)

Allow your little one to grow, explore music, basic ballet movement, stories and more. This will be a fun and nurturing environment for any baby dancer! Ballet shoes required. TMC TMC TMC TMC

4 Boldish

$55

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9:30am-10:15am 9:30am-10:15am 9:30am-10:15am 9:30am-10:15am

6/8 6/9 7/20 7/21

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Logan Logan Logan Logan

$45 $45 $45 $45

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10:30am-11:15am 6/8 10:30am-11:15am 6/9 9:30am-10:15am 6/10 10:30am-11:15am 6/10 2:30pm-3:15pm 6/10 10:30am-11:15am 7/20 10:30am-11:15am 7/21 2:30pm-3:15pm 7/22 9:30am-10:15am 7/29 10:30am-11:15am 7/29

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$45 $45 $49 $49 $45 $45 $45 $45 $49 $49

Ballet (Int) (3-5 Yrs)

This class is for those who have taken beginner ballet and are ready to take it to the next level! Ballet shoes are required.

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11:15am-Noon 11:15am-Noon

6/9 7/21

5 Logan 5 Logan

$45 $45

Budding Ballerinas (2-3 Yrs/Parent)

This class is a great introduction for future dance classes. Don't forget those ballet shoes. Parents must participate.

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Sa Sa

9am-9:30am 9am-9:30am

6/10 7/29

6 Logan 6 Logan

$45 $45

Creative Movement (3-5 Yrs)

Let your children come and explore their own personal type of dance. Kids will dance with self-expression and improvisation creating their own movement and their own dances. Stretches and activities will introduce them to how their bodies can move. Scarves will be added to the movement and fun!

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$55

Ballet (3-4 Yrs)

Abrakadoodle All My Senses (20-36 Mo/Parent)-NEW

8/2

4 Boldish

Come to class dressed for the mess. Children will enjoy making beautiful art projects using paints, crayons, construction paper, and markers.

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Crafts and Fine Arts

10am-11am

7/12

Preschool Painters (3-5 Yrs)

Ballet shoes required.

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Noon-1:30pm

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Sa Sa

11:15am-Noon 11:15am-Noon

6/10 7/29

6 Logan 6 Logan

$49 $49

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RECREATION PROGRAMS - PRESCHOOL Educational Corner

As Easy As 123 (3-5 Yrs)

Tots will get a jump start on number recognition, counting, and number sequencing through a variety of hands on games, stories, and crafts.

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11am-12:30pm 11am-12:30pm

6/5 8/7

4 Malik 4 Malik

$45 $45

Bilingual Morning Preschool (3-5 Yrs)

Enjoy learning while practicing ABC's and 123's, shapes and colors in English and Spanish. Story time, arts and crafts and games are all a part of the fun. Take home books and bilingual vocabulary page included for each class.

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W W

9am-Noon 9am-Noon

6/7 8/9

8 Boldish 4 Boldish

$129 $69

Discovering ABC's and 123's (3-6 Yrs)-NEW

This class creates a comfort zone with songs, games, stories and crafts. There will be activities to practice pre-reading, writing, basic math, music and art as well as social skills like taking turns, sharing and polite behavior.

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M,F M,F M,F

9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon

6/5 7/7 8/4

8 Boldish 8 Boldish 8 Boldish

$129 $129 $129

Early Achiever's Preschool Academy (3-5 Yrs) Dance & Creative Movement (3-5 Yrs)

Students will learn beginner dance movements, as well as explore different ways of movement. This is the perfect class for any energetic child!

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Th Th Sa Sa

11:15am-Noon 11:15am-Noon 3:30pm-4:15pm 3:30pm-4:15pm

6/8 7/20 6/10 7/22

5 5 5 5

Logan Logan Logan Logan

$45 $45 $45 $45

Dance Fusion (4-6 Yrs)

Learn them all: Ballet, Jazz, Creative, and Lyrical. This class will incorporate many different styles of dance, introduce the fundamentals, and lay the foundation for young dancers. Come and dance the day away!

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Sa Sa

Noon-12:45pm Noon-12:45pm

6/10 7/29

6 Logan 6 Logan

$49 $49

Hip Hop Hooray (4-6 Yrs)

Join us for a fun, upbeat, moving class! Students will learn the basics of dancing to their favorite music with children their own age. You don't want to miss the chance for your child to dance like nobody's watching, increase their self-esteem and make new friends!

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Sa Sa Tu

12:45pm-1:30pm 6/10 12:45pm-1:30pm 7/29 7pm-7:45pm 7/25

50

6 Logan 6 Logan 6 Logan

$49 $49 $49

This fun-filled preschool class utilizes a hands-on, theme-based yearly curriculum that focuses on the academic, social, emotional, physical and creative development of each student. This ongoing academic preschool covers areas of reading, writing, science, safety, health, social studies, math, art, music and movement. Must be potty trained. Please bring a snack. $10 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class.

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9:05am-Noon 12:05pm-2pm 11:15am-1:15pm 9:05am-Noon 12:05pm-2pm 11:15am-1:15pm 9:05am-Noon 12:05pm-2pm

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RARE Learn $119 RARE Learn $89 RARE Learn $69 RARE Learn $89 RARE Learn $69 RARE Learn $69 RARE Learn $89 RARE Learn $69

Fire Safety & Station Tour (4-8 Yrs)

Kids of all ages enjoy this unique, informative, and fun program hosted by the Plano Fire Department. Your tour will include an up-close look at the fire station where our first responders live and work. You will also get to view a modern-day fire engine and ambulance unit. Class will meet at Fire Station #12, 4101 W. Parker Road. Parents must accompany their children during this tour at all times.

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W W

6pm-6:45pm 6pm-6:45pm

6/21 8/9

1 PFD 1 PFD

FREE FREE

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RECREATION PROGRAMS - PRESCHOOL

My Little Lab (3-6 Yrs)

Stimulate your child's passion for science that will give your child hand on experience with chemistry, electricity, crystals, and more in this safe, fun, and educational class. 192878 LIB

M

Noon-1:30pm

8/7

4 Boldish

$55

My Summertime Morning Time Playgroup (3-5 Yrs)

Play is the work of the child. Research has shown that first few years of a child's life provides the foundation for future learning. Your little one will enjoy this relaxed preschool setting that will expand on social skills through group play and sensory centers. Concepts of ABC's, colors, numbers, shapes, and more will be introduced. Child must be potty trained. Please bring a lunch.

192340 CAR 192341 CAR 192342 CAR

Tu,Th 9am-1pm Tu,Th 9am-1pm Tu,Th 9am-1pm

6/6 7/11 8/8

8 Malik 8 Malik 8 Malik

$125 $125 $125

Play & Learn Academy (2-3 Yrs)

This is a fun learning class involving interactive activities that include letters, numbers, colors and shapes. Children develop a love of learning while playing. Kids need to be potty-trained or parents must stay in the building. A $10 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class.

190993 TMC F 190996 TMC F

9:05am-11am 9:05am-11am

6/9 7/21

6 RARE Learn $89 6 RARE Learn $89

Reading Round Up (3-5 Yrs) Funshine Factory (3-5 Yrs)

Learning songs and activities about numbers and counting, make and take crafts, ABC games and toys, all make this factory plenty of fun! Please bring a snack.

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F F F

9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon

6/9 7/14 8/11

4 Malik 4 Malik 4 Malik

$65 $65 $65

Intro to Math & Reading (3-6 Yrs)

Your preschoolers will learn to take their first steps towards reading and math. Using stories, games and art, each class will be aimed at preparing your child. Concepts will include introduction to writing, spelling, rhyming, letter and sound recognition, adding, subtracting, graphs, time, money, calendars and more. Taught by a certified Montessori teacher. Please bring a lunch. $10 supply fee due to the instructor on the first day of class. 191582 TMC M,W 10am-2pm 191583 TMC M,W 10am-2pm 191580 TMC Sa 10am-1pm

6/5 7/17 6/10

10 Contractor $115 10 Contractor $115 9 Contractor $85

Kindergarten Bound (3-6 Yrs)

This half-day, no-nap class eases children into a regular kindergarten routine. Skip ahead with practice learning basic math, writing and pre-reading. Hands-on art, music, and movement activities promote exploration of natural social sciences. Please bring a snack.

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Tu,Th 9am-1pm Tu,Th 9am-1pm Tu,Th 9am-1pm

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6/6 7/11 8/8

8 Boldish 8 Boldish 8 Boldish

$159 $159 $159

Get a head start to reading this Fall in this fun filled class! Students will utilize progressive activities with books, puzzles, art and games, that will enhance their reading ability and move them closer to becoming an independent reader. Please bring a snack.

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W W W

9am-1pm 9am-1pm 9am-1pm

6/7 7/12 8/9

4 Vallejo 4 Vallejo 4 Vallejo

$75 $75 $75

Science World (3-5 Yrs)

Discover chemical reactions, fossils, geodes, agates, planets, moons, planetoids, and much more! Don't miss out on the discoveries. Bring a snack!

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M F

Noon-1:30pm 1:30pm-3pm

6/5 7/7

4 Boldish 4 Boldish

$55 $55

Storytime Friends Adventures (3-5 Yrs)

Encourage early literacy skills through this fun and interactive program. Little ones will enjoy a weekly featured story to introduce concepts of letter recognition, patterns, themes, and logo recognition. Class will include craft, storyboard and group discussion to help enhance beginning reading skills.

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M M M

9am-11am 9am-11am 9am-11am

6/5 7/10 8/7

4 Malik 4 Malik 4 Malik

$49 $49 $49

Sweetie Pie (3-5 Yrs)

Create delicious no-bake pies, tarts and sweet confections to delight the eye and the taste buds! 193021 LIB

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Noon-1:30pm

6/7

4 Boldish

$55

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The Secret Gardens (4-6 Yrs)

Experiment with plant cuttings, learn about seeds and how plants grow, and study plants while creating terrariums and fancy potted plants. We will use recyclables to create great take home treasures. 193019 LIB

F

1:30pm-3pm

6/9

4 Boldish

$55

Vocab-u-lous (3-5 Yrs)

Now that you know your ABC's, it's time to put them to use. Beginning sounds of letters and word recognition will be covered in a variety of activities. Come join the fun. 192364 CAR M

11am-12:30pm

7/10

4 Malik

$45

Volcanos, Rocks & Fossils (3-5 Yrs)

In this fun filled program study and erupt a volcano in class, learn about finding fossils and what geodes are and how they are formed. 192890 LIB

M

Noon-1:30pm

7/10

4 Boldish

$55

Young Scientist (3-6 Yrs)

Experience science the fun way; using experiments, arts and crafts, and other hands-on activities. Students will learn about the solar system, the human body, animals, plants, magnets and other science concepts. Taught by a certified Montessori teacher. $5 supply fee due the first day of class. 191586 TMC Sa

1:30pm-2:30pm

6/10

9 Contractor

$59

Etc...

1:30pm-3pm Noon-1pm

6/5 8/9

4 Boldish 4 Boldish

$55 $45

Kindermusik® Beach Days (18 Mos-3 1/2Yrs)

Grab your beach ball, we're going to the beach! Crabs are scuttling, toes are wiggling, waves are crashing, and the sun is shining. We'll enjoy favorite songs and dances, do an octopus hula, jump on a banana boat, and then snuggle up and happily relax to gentle beach sounds and songs. A take-home kit ($40) must be purchased from the instructor the first day. 191368 TMC F

10:30am-11:15am 7/14

5 Kindermusik $69

Kindermusik® Beach Days (3-4 Yrs)-NEW 191370 TMC F

9:30am-10:15am 7/14

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191345 TMC F

11:30am-12:15pm 6/2

5 Kindermusik $69

Kindermusik Peek-a-boo (Birth-18 Mos) ®

More than just a curious story, Mother Goose games, like peek-aboo, help babies understand language. In this special class, you will uncover more ways to say 'I love you' using American Sign Language, soap bubbles, and parent-baby dances. Parents will learn how music improves their child's development. Plus, parents will meet other families with newborns. Take-home kit ($40) must be purchased from instructor on first day of class. 191369 TMC F

11:30am-12:15pm 7/14

5 Kindermusik $69

Kindermusik® Zoo Train (18 Mos-3 1/2 Yrs)

Toddlers and trains make a natural match; they're always on the move. Tag along this summer with a traveling zoo train. Bring your own stuffed animals for the petting zoo. Wear long white socks on your hands for polar bear paws and learn about real animals in the zoo. Sing songs during clapping time and use music to help toddlers regulate emotions. Take-home kit ($40) must be purchased from the instructor the first day. 10:30am-11:15am 6/2

5 Kindermusik $69

Kindermusik® Zoo Train (3 1/2-5 Yrs)

This class will enhance your child's creativity and imagination. Blocks to bridges, space stations to castles and pyramids. If you can imagine it, you can build it. M W

Set your baby's day to classical music with a little more Tchaikovsky in your 'Twinkle, Twinkle' repertoire. Discover new ways baby benefits from the classics as you develop an appreciation for the world's most respected music. Each lesson features new activities that the parent can sing for all the places baby and mom go together, the store, playground, doctor and more. Take-home kit ($40) must be purchased from the instructor the first day.

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Constructioneering (3-6 Yrs) 192876 LIB 192877 LIB

Kindermusik® Busy Days (Birth-18 Mos/Parent)

Preschoolers will use their imagination to create musical stories about going to the zoo, riding on a train, and explore animal families. Bring your own stuffed animals for the petting zoo. Wear long white socks on your hands for polar bear paws and learn about real animals in the zoo. Sing songs for clapping time, and use music to explore rhythm patterns, while preparing for the next step, notation. Take-home kit ($40) must be purchased from the instructor the first day. 191346 TMC F

9:30am-10:15am 6/2

5 Kindermusik $69

Pretty as A Princess (5-6 Yrs)-NEW

Calling all princesses in training! Join other princesses-in-training for a fun and exciting class. We will create beautiful treasures, learn ballet, and play princess games! At the end of the session we will have a tea party to showcase everything we have learned.

192803 LIB 192810 LIB

Su Tu

Noon-12:45pm 5:15pm-6pm

6/11 7/25

6 Logan 6 Logan

5 Kindermusik $69

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RECREATION PROGRAMS - PRESCHOOL Performing Arts

Creative Dramatics (3-6 Yrs)

Step right up and discover the world of theatre. Take center stage using acting skills, character exploration and artistic creations to put together the greatest show on earth! This exciting class has it all! Literature, reading, theatre and music all for a fun-filled learning experience. 190506 TMC M-Th 2pm-2:45pm

8/14

4 Encore Kids $55

Piano I (4-6 Yrs)

Give your child the best possible start in their music education. Class will also be an introduction to music theory. Instructor will have information for music and supplies the first day of class. Class size is limited to two students. Class time is split between both students.

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Martial Arts

Intro to Martial Arts (4-7 Yrs)

Thinking of starting your child in martial arts, but unsure where to begin? Want to be able to try it before signing a school's lengthy contract? This generic, no uniform/rank class will give your child six lessons on basic martial arts, plus a parent's open house review, and a seminar geared towards answering all your questions so you can approach area schools with more confidence and knowledge of finding one that meets your goals. 191824 CAR

Tu

4pm-4:45pm

6/13

8 Bales

$85

Karate-Tae Kwon Do/Kung Fu II (5-6 Yrs)

This martial arts program is designed for continuing students. ISMA colored belt rank and instructor approval is required. A $48 uniform and membership fee is required for participation. Class meets Tuesdays at 6pm and Saturdays at 9:30am.This class is not available for Leisure Online registration.

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Tu Sa

6pm-6:45pm 6/6 9:30am-10:15am

23 Bales

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6/6 6/6 6/6 7/18 7/18 7/18 6/8 6/8 6/8 7/20 7/20 7/20

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$95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $105 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95

All levels welcome. Classes are 30 minutes with only one student in each class. Supply list provided the first day of class.

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3:30pm-4pm 5:30pm-6pm 3:30pm-4pm 4pm-4:30pm 5pm-5:30pm 5pm-5:30pm 3:30pm-4pm 3:30pm-4pm 10:30am-11am 11am-11:30am

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*Many more times available. Please call the center or look online for more information.

$179

This course is designed specifically for preschool age students. The stripe curriculum focuses on building foundations of gross motor skills, coordination and attention span development. Students will learn beginner basics of martial arts patterns (katas) and blocks/kicks/strikes. Classes are taught using safe and fun methods. New students will need to purchase a uniform at the first class for $35. Additional fee is required for belt testing. 10am-10:45am 10am-10:45am

3:30pm-4:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm

Private Piano (4-6 Yrs)

INSTRUCTORS WE WANT YOU!

Tae Kwon Do (Beg) (4-6 Yrs)

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8 Hendawi 8 Hendawi

$65 $65

The Plano Parks and Recreation Department is looking for qualified and innovative instructors for its preschool, youth and adult classes. If you have a unique talent, skill or idea for a class, please contact any of our staff at the recreation centers.

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Cheernastics (4-6 Yrs)

This fun combination of cheerleading and gymnastics will give your child a head start in learning jumps, cheers, tumbling and stretches. Don't miss out on the best of both sports.

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Su Su

3:15pm-4pm 3:15pm-4pm

7/30 6/11

6 Logan 6 Logan

$49 $49

Fun Fitness & Sports (2 Yrs/Parent)

Fantastic fun sports and physical education program for girls and boys to increase sports awareness and build a lifelong love of physical activity.

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

6/5 7/17

Fun Fitness & Sports (3-5 Yrs)

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10:45am-11:30am 6/5 10:45am-11:30am 7/17

5 Logan 5 Logan

$45 $45

5 Logan 5 Logan

$45 $45

Gymnastics (3-4 Yrs)

Have fun learning different gymnastics skills such as floor and balance beam work. Gymnasts will also work on motor skills in this beginner class.

Physical Activities

Aerobats Kindergym Gymnastics-Girls (3-5 Yrs)

Enroll your daughter today and let her experience what it is like to be a real gymnast. Students will be taught beginning gymnastics skills on the vault, bars, beam and floor in a fun and safe environment. We make no guarantees that students will move on to the Olympics, but we do guarantee we will provide them a lot of fun!

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F F F

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

6/9 7/7 8/4

4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff

$47 $47 $47

Cheerleading (3-5 Yrs)

Ready...Ok! Come and learn from the best, a former cheerleader. Don't miss the fun in this cheerleading class that will teach the basic cheers, jumps, and more! 192566 LIB

Tu

10:15am-11am

6/6

6 Logan

$49

Cheernastics (3-5 Yrs)

This fun combination of cheerleading and gymnastics will give your child a head start in learning jumps, cheers, tumbling and stretches. Don't miss out on the best of both sports. 192672 LIB

Tu

6:15pm-7pm

7/25

54

6 Logan

$49

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10:30am-11:15am 6/7 10:30am-11:15am 7/26 1:30pm-2:15pm 7/30 1:30pm-2:15pm 6/11 4pm-4:45pm 6/11 4pm-4:45pm 7/30 10:15am-11am 6/10 10:45am-11:30am 6/12 11am-11:45am 6/6 11am-11:45am 6/10 11:15am-Noon 6/7 11:15am-Noon 7/26 6:15pm-7pm 6/6 10:15am-11am 7/25

Gymnastics (5-6 Yrs)

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M Sa Tu Su Su

5:30pm-6:15pm 6/12 11:45am-12:30pm 6/10 7pm-7:45pm 6/6 2:15pm-3pm 6/11 2:15pm-3pm 7/30

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Lil Biddy Basketball (4-6 Yrs)

Your little biddy basketball star will have baskets of fun while learning a lil' bit about basketball. We even have a lower goal for them to practice on. Come and join the fun.

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Sa Sa

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

6/3 7/15

4 Reitz 4 Reitz

$39 $39

Lil' Dribblers Basketball (4-6 Yrs)

Dribble, pass, and shoot! Learn the basics of basketball in this fun noncompetitive class.

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CAR CAR CAR CAR

Su Su Su Su

2:30pm-3:15pm 2:30pm-3:15pm 3:15pm-4pm 3:15pm-4pm

6/11 7/30 6/11 7/30

5 5 5 5

McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald

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RECREATION PROGRAMS - PRESCHOOL

Soccer (3-4 Yrs)

Introductory soccer skills such as dribbling, passing, and kicking will be practiced in this fun, non-competitive class. Please bring a size 3 soccer ball to class.

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Sa Sa Sa Sa

9am-9:45am 9:45am-10:30am 9am-9:45am 9:45am-10:30am

6/10 6/10 7/15 7/15

4 4 4 4

Castaneda Castaneda Castaneda Castaneda

$39 $39 $39 $39

Soccer (4-6 Yrs)

Introductory soccer skills such as dribbling, passing, and kicking will be practiced in this fun, noncompetitive class.

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Sa Sa Sa Sa

11:30am-12:15pm 6/10 12:15pm-1pm 6/10 11:30am-12:15pm 7/29 12:15pm-1pm 7/29

5 5 5 5

McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald

$45 $45 $45 $49

Soccer Sparks® Soccer Skills (2-3 Yrs/Parent)-NEW

Soccer Sparks classes offer participants the opportunity to develop fundamentals and skills of soccer through a variety of drills and training sessions. Our curriculum is very carefully designed and instructed by USSF licensed coaches to fit each age group's physical, mental and soccer abilities and to prepare them for the next level of play and spark a lifelong passion for the sport.

191541 191818 191543 191819 191550 191551

TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC

M F Sa F M Sa

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

6/5 6/9 6/10 7/21 7/24 7/22

5 5 5 5 5 5

Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks

$65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65

Soccer Sparks® Soccer Skills (3-4 Yrs)-NEW

191552 TMC 191556 TMC 191557 TMC 191561 TMC

F Sa F Sa

10am-10:30am 9:30am-10am 10am-10:30am 9:30am-10am

6/9 6/10 7/21 7/22

5 5 5 5

Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks

$65 $65 $65 $65

Soccer Sparks® Soccer Skills (4-5 Yrs)-NEW

191562 TMC 191826 TMC 191566 TMC 191567 TMC 191827 TMC 191568 TMC

M F Sa M F Sa

6:30pm-7:15pm 6/5 10:35am-11:20am 6/9 10:05am-10:50am 6/10 6:30pm-7:15pm 7/24 10:35am-11:20am 7/21 10:05am-10:50am 7/22

5 5 5 5 5 5

Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks

$65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65

T-ball (3-4 Yrs)

Learn the basic skills of T-ball, such as batting, fielding and running in this non-competitive class. Please bring a glove.

192619 LIB 192620 LIB 192621 LIB 192622 LIB

Sa Sa Sa Sa

10:45am-11:30am 6/10 10:45am-11:30am 7/15 11:30am-12:15pm 6/10 11:30am-12:15pm 7/15

972-941-7250

4 4 4 4

Castaneda Castaneda Castaneda Castaneda

$39 $39 $39 $39

Tumble Tykes (16-24 Mos/Parent)

Join us in this fun tumbling class that is a great introduction for future gymnastic classes. The class will cover basic tumbling skills, stretching, and balance beam work. This is a great way to learn coordination and balance.

192519 192516 192517 192518 192520 192521 192522 192814

LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB

Su W W Su Tu Tu M Tu

1pm-1:30pm 9am-9:30am 9am-9:30am 1pm-1:30pm 9am-9:30am 9am-9:30am 9:30am-10am 5:45pm-6:15pm

6/11 6/7 7/26 7/30 6/6 7/25 6/12 6/6

Tumble Tykes (2-3 Yrs/Parent)

192489 LIB 192490 LIB 192528 LIB 192529 LIB 192485 LIB 192486 LIB

Tu W W Tu Sa M

9:30am-10:15am 9:30am-10:15am 9:30am-10:15am 9:30am-10:15am 9:30am-10:15am 10am-10:45am

6/6 6/7 7/26 7/25 6/10 6/12

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Logan Logan Logan Logan Logan Logan Wilson Logan

$39 $39 $39 $39 $39 $39 $39 $39

6 6 6 6 6 6

Logan Logan Logan Logan Wilson Wilson

$49 $49 $49 $49 $49 $49

Yoga & Movement for Toddlers (Walking-5 Yrs)

Tots will become more confident in their developing little bodies as they enjoy a supportive, fun-loving and active yoga class. Classes incorporate music, massage, fun props and seasonal themes. Parents are required to stay and are encouraged to participate. Parent and child should dress comfortably. Please bring a receiving blanket. Mat will be provided.

191534 TMC Tu 191537 TMC Tu 191536 TMC Tu

11:15am-Noon 6pm-6:45pm 11:15am-Noon

6/6 6/6 7/25

5 Walker 5 Walker 5 Walker

$55 $55 $55

Yoga & Music for Babies (3 Wks-Crawling)

This class consists of a unique blend of yoga postures that the baby is guided through by their parent. Each pose is designed to support the baby's development, digestion, sleep and bonding. Classes include basic infant sign language and gentle massages. Please bring a receiving blanket. Mat will be provided.

191531 TMC Tu 191533 TMC Tu

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

6/6 7/25

5 Walker 5 Walker

$55 $55

City of Plano Plano Parks and Recreation

planoparks.org

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - YOUTH How to Read the Activity/Course Information

Eco-Explorers 2 (8-11 Yrs)-NEW

Hop in our vehicle and come explore with us as we examine different ecosystems! Understand eco-balance by learning how living organisms adapt in dry grasslands and rain forests. Students will create and present a diorama of their favorite biome. All project work can be taken home. 191384 TMC M,W

4pm-5pm 7/17

10 A Grade Ahead $99

The title of the course is ECO-EXPLORERS 2. The Course Code is 191384, and it meets at TOM MUEHLENBECK RECREATION CENTER on MONDAYS and WEDNESDAYS from 4pm to 5pm, begins JULY 17, meets 10 times, the instructor is A GRADE AHEAD and the fee for this course is $99. CAR = Carpenter Park Recreation Center LIB = Liberty Recreation Center OAK = Oak Point Recreation Center TMC = Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center

Abrakadoodle® Imagination (6-12 Yrs)-NEW

Plug into your imagination! Explore new mediums such as video game art, rice painting, newspaper watercolor and sculptures made with straws! Our imagination will plug us into Austria, Germany, Switzerland, France and India featuring famous artists such as Fernand Lége. 191331 TMC W

5:30pm-6:30pm

6/7

6 Abrakadoodle $75

Art of Light & Shadow (6-8 Yrs)

Make your art 'pop' like 3D! Transform plants, vehicles and other objects into a 3D landscape. You will learn how circles become planets, triangles turn into mountains, and rectangles become vehicles and buildings. 192794 LIB Th

1:15pm-3:15pm

6/8

4 Boldish

$59

Learn to Draw (6-12 Yrs)

This course is designed to help develop students of all levels with their drawing skills. Through guided drawing, participants will explore many styles of drawing from graphic to realism, portrait to still life and cartoon to art history. A new lesson will be completed each week. All supplies provided.

191143 TMC M 191144 TMC M

5pm-6pm 5pm-6pm

6/12 7/24

5 Rembrandts 5 Rembrandts

$79 $79

Lifelike Drawing (6-8 Yrs)-NEW

You can transform your stick figures into more lifelike animals, people, superheroes and other creatures using basic shapes. 192795 LIB Th

Crafts and Fine Arts

Abrakadoodle Around the World (6-12 Yrs)-NEW

Around the world we go! Learn about artistic creations such as German black forest cuckoo clocks, Japanese kimonos and Dutch windmills. Artists such as Kareem Rizk and Leonor Alvim Brazao will be studied. 5:30pm-6:30pm

7/26

7/13

4 Boldish

$59

Pottery Ceramic Hand Building (9-14 Yrs)

®

191863 TMC W

1:15pm-3:15pm

6 Abrakadoodle $75

Know the thrill of creating with clay! Students will learn coil, pinch, and slab methods of hand building as they create their very own original art pottery. Scope of projects will be according to age and experience. All pottery is glazed and kiln fired. Class is taught by certified art teacher, $15 supply fee due to the Instructor on the first day of class.

190945 CAR Tu 190946 CAR Tu

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

6/6 7/25

6 Ruml 6 Ruml

$89 $89

Abrakadoodle® Full STEAM Ahead I (6-12 Yrs)-NEW Scratch Kids Create-Fashionation (6-10 Yrs)-NEW Full STEAM Ahead is a creative journey incorporating science, technology, engineering, art and math! Equations, physics, robotics, 3D painting and scientific illustrations make this art journey full of wonderful discoveries! 191339 TMC W

6:30pm-7:30pm

6/7

6 Abrakadoodle $79

Abrakadoodle® Full STEAM Ahead II (6-12 Yrs)-NEW

Full STEAM Ahead is a creative journey incorporating science, technology, engineering, art and math! Equations, physics, robotics, 3D painting and scientific illustrations make this art journey full of wonderful discoveries! 191723 TMC W

6:30pm-7:30pm

7/26

6 Abrakadoodle $79

Join us for a week's worth of creativity, friendship and fun! You will learn all about the principles and elements of design while creating your own t-shirts, jewelry, fashion illustrations and much more. This is a summer workshop you don't want to miss as you will be taught by a professional fashion designer and create-a-preneuer. $25 supply fee due the first day of class.

191793 TMC M-F 191794 TMC M-F

6/5 7/31

5 Rogers 5 Rogers

$75 $75

Sewing (Beg/Int) (9-12 Yrs)

Keep what you sew! Students will learn how to use a sewing machine while working on projects suitable to their level of expertise. Beginners will choose between a simple, lined tote bag, lightly gathered skirt, or pajama bottoms! Intermediates will work on progressively more challenging projects. Students must have supplies for the first class. Supply list on confirmation receipt.

191478 CAR Sa 191479 CAR Su

56

1pm-3pm 1pm-3pm

11:15am-12:45pm 6/10 2pm-3:30pm 6/11

6 Schaefer 6 Schaefer

planoparks.org 972-941-7250

$85 $85


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You Can Paint Workshop (5-13 Yrs)

Amaze yourself, family, and friends with your finished oil painting you can create in this fun and easy class! Learn color mixing, time saving brushstrokes, and step-by-step instruction from professional artists and 'Teachers of the Year'. You will be proud to frame and hang your finished masterpiece. Art supplies are provided! Wear an old t-shirt and bring paper towels.

191494 CAR Sa 191495 CAR Sa 191496 CAR Sa

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

6/17 7/15 8/12

1 Garden 1 Garden 1 Garden

$35 $35 $35

Educational Corner

6pm-9pm 6pm-9pm 6pm-9pm 6pm-9pm

6/23 7/7 7/21 8/4

1 1 1 1

Brainopolis Brainopolis Brainopolis Brainopolis

$25 $25 $25 $25

Brainopolis-Garage Band & Gaming (6-12 Yrs)-NEW

Parents night out! Kids, come and join us for a night of music, lights, online games and pizza. Use a music creation tool to create your own soundtracks and make new friends playing Minecraft and other games. Brainopolis provides the laptops, but bring your own mouse.

190048 190049 190050 190051 190052

TMC F TMC F TMC F TMC F TMC F

6pm-9pm 6pm-9pm 6pm-9pm 6pm-9pm 6pm-9pm

6/16 6/30 7/14 7/28 8/11

1 1 1 1 1

Brainopolis Brainopolis Brainopolis Brainopolis Brainopolis

$25 $25 $25 $25 $25

You will enjoy hands-on experiments, crafts, short videos, 3D and glow in the dark books and charts that highlight the latest discoveries in the solar system and natural disasters to prehistoric life and insect ecology. 1:15pm-3:15pm

6/6

4 Boldish

$59

Discover Science II (6-8 Yrs)-NEW

Discover even more fun and interesting things. This class will have you involved with electricity and circuits, rocks and crystals, ocean ecology and even how bodies work. Come join us in the amazing world of science. 192793 LIB Tu

1:15pm-3:15pm

7/11

4pm-5pm

4 Boldish

7/17

10 A Grade Ahead $99

Just for Kids Spanish (6-8 Yrs)-NEW

Sing, jump and play your way into Spanish. Practice vocabulary and useful phrases with songs, games and other activities. Practice at home with your family every week with a take home vocabulary sheet and phrase booklet. 1:30pm-3pm

6/7

8 Boldish

$89

Anyone can follow a path, but only a leader can blaze one. Personal leadership is at a premium in today's world; it is what differentiates us from the pack. Come learn to use more of your full potential as we focus on the Five Leadership Essentials. 192337 CAR Sa

10am-10:45am

6/10

3 Zaccardo

$45

Mathventure I (7-10 Yrs)-NEW

In this course, students will explore the magical world of math! Help Mat the Magician become an engineer through adventures with fractions, proportions and money. Students will use investigative skills to solve mathematical puzzles. 191377 TMC M, W 5:30pm-6:30pm

6/5

10 A Grade Ahead $99

Mathventure II (7-10 Yrs)-NEW

In this course, students will explore the magical world of math! Help Mat the Magician become an engineer through various math adventures including data interpretation and STEM problems using various math operations. There will be individual and group competitions. Trophies will be awarded to the winners. 191388 TMC M, W 5:30pm-6:30pm

Discover Science (6-8 Yrs)-NEW 192792 LIB Tu

191384 TMC M,W

Leadership Essentials (9-13 Yrs)

Parents night out! Join us to create digital art and sculpting models in a friendly environment. Enjoy music, pizza and make new friends. Brainopolis provides the materials, laptops, just bring your own mouse. TMC F TMC F TMC F TMC F

Hop in our vehicle and come explore with us as we examine different ecosystems! Understand eco-balance by learning how living organisms adapt in dry grasslands and rain forests. Students will create and present a diorama of their favorite biome. All project work can be taken home.

192796 LIB W

Brainopolis- Art From the Heart (6-12 Yrs)-NEW 190053 190054 190055 190056

Eco-Explorers II (8-11 Yrs)-NEW

7/17

10 A Grade Ahead $99

Successful School Year Planning (9-18 Yrs)

This school year should be the time of your life, not a time to stress. You can get overwhelmed with all the classes, homework, and after school activities you have planned. We will discuss multitasking, time management, and proven techniques to help you stay in control. Make this the best year ever! #192338 is for ages 9-12, #192339 is for ages 13-18.

192338 CAR Sa 192339 CAR Sa

9:15am-10am 10:15am-11am

7/22 7/22

3 Zaccardo 3 Zaccardo

$45 $45

$59

Eco-Explorers I (8-11 Yrs)-NEW

Hop in our vehicle and come explore with us as we examine different ecosystems! Explorers will discover how animals adapt within Oceanic, Arctic and Desert biomes. Eco-Explorers will reveal their own Aurora Borealis by creating a scratch art craft. Through interactive activities and project-based learning, our student centered curriculum will make biology fun and understandable! All project work can be taken home. 191372 TMC M, W 4pm-5pm

6/5

10 A Grade Ahead $99

972-941-7250 planoparks.org

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You Can Go To That College! (14-18 Yrs)

Etc...

Babysitter's Training Boot Camp (11-15 Yrs)

Learn all you need to know to supervise children and infants safely and responsibly! After successfully completing this course, participants will be certified in American Red Cross Babysitter's Training with Pediatric First Aid/CPR and Basic Water Rescue. Each participant will receive an American Red Cross Babysitter's Training Handbook, Emergency Reference Guide, Babysitters Training CD-ROM, and Babysitter First Aid Kit. 190939 TMC M-F 5pm-8pm 190940 TMC M-F 9am-1pm 190941 TMC M-Th 9am-1pm

5/15 6/5 7/10

5 Staff 5 Staff 4 Staff

$135 $135 $135

Chess Academy (Beg) (6-12 Yrs)

Learn the basics of chess. Research has shown over the years that chess can strengthen a child's mental clarity, fortitude, stability and overall health. In this technologically driven world, chess helps aid in the synthesis and growth of certain areas in the brain and mind where many children can benefit as they grow older from the game. You will be able to play a full game of chess by the end of class.

191283 191284 191285 191286

CAR Tu CAR Tu TMC W TMC W

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

6/6 7/25 6/7 7/26

6 6 6 6

Olfet Olfet Olfet Olfet

$49 $49 $49 $49

Kitchen Readiness & Cooking (7-17 Yrs)

Join the fun learning kitchen basics during a weekly class. We make as many as three appealing recipes, from start to finish, using whole foods and other fresh ingredients. We learn about many aspects of cooking: kitchen safety; proper food handling: food preparation and pairing; cooking and baking techniques; nutritional value and health benefits and food presentation. Tuition has been reduced, but there will be an additional $30 supply fee is due to the Instructor on the first day of class. 190016 CAR W 190017 CAR W 190018 CAR W

4:30pm-6pm 4:30pm-6pm 4:30pm-6pm

6/7 7/12 8/16

4 Adams 4 Adams 4 Adams

$129 $129 $129

Math Tutoring (7-17 Yrs)

Math problems? Get them solved here. Note: class is limited to two students. Subject levels: mathematics (all grades), all algebras, geometry, trigonometry and pre-calculus. 192411 LIB 192412 LIB 192413 LIB 192414 LIB

Sa Sa Sa Sa

9am-9:45am 6/10 9:45am-10:30am 6/10 10:30am-11:15am 6/10 11:15am-Noon 6/10

10 Popokh 10 Popokh 10 Popokh 10 Popokh

$149 $149 $149 $149

This five day camp is a fun way to introduce the idea of college to high school students. The objective is to teach ‘Do-It-Yourself’ skills to a teenager about one of the most important decisions a teenager makes: searching for and selecting a college! Designed for children in grades 9-11, we will have games, quizzes and short contests all centered on the college theme. Participants will learn about concepts of costs, tuition, financial aid and how best to get into choice colleges. We will go online to introduce best-in-class tools to use throughout the college admissions process. At the end of the camp, students are more aware about college and are better prepared to ask the right questions when college brochures begin to arrive in mailboxes. All participants are provided a free copy of the instructor’s book on college selection! 192416 CAR M-F 192418 CAR M-F

6/12 8/14

5 Rao 5 Rao

$139 $139

Fitness

Fit & Fun Boys (8-13 Yrs)

Want to get stronger, quicker and play longer? This 45 minute workout is led by a NASM certified personal trainer. This class includes agility training, plyometrics and strength and balance training to enhance your athletic abilities. All levels and abilities are welcome. Bring a bottle of water and your enthusiasm!

191605 TMC W 191606 TMC Sa 191610 TMC W 191611 TMC Sa

6pm-6:45pm 10:15am-11am 6pm-6:45pm 10:15am-11am

6/7 6/10 7/26 7/29

5 5 5 5

Graham Graham Graham Graham

$55 $55 $55 $55

Fit & Fun Girls (8-13 Yrs)

Get fit, strong and confident with this girls only cardio and strength training class led by a NASM certified personal trainer. This class will take participants through a variety of exercises, drills and games that are guaranteed to get hearts pumping and muscles working. Participants will increase balance, flexibility, agility and strength. All levels and abilities are welcome. Bring a bottle of water and your enthusiasm!

191604 191607 191608 191609

TMC M TMC Sa TMC M TMC Sa

6pm-6:45pm 9:30am-10:15am 6pm-6:45pm 9:30am-10:15am

6/5 6/10 7/24 7/29

5 5 5 5

Graham Graham Graham Graham

$55 $55 $55 $55

Youth Yoga (8-14 Yrs)

In this course, students will learn proper yoga poses to increase strength, flexibility and balance. Participants need to bring their own yoga mat.

192133 TMC Tu 192196 TMC Tu

58

12:30pm-4pm 8:30am-Noon

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

6/6 7/25

6 Thakkar 6 Thakkar

planoparks.org 972-941-7250

$49 $49


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Karate-Tae Kwon Do/Kung Fu (6-12 Yrs)

This beginning martial arts program is an exciting, fun, and rewarding activity. Self-esteem, confidence, coordination skills, teamwork, and physical conditioning are key elements developed through class discipline, techniques, games, and structure. $48 startup (uniform, mouthpiece, and membership) is required at the first class. 191829 CAR Tu Sa

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

23 Bales

$179

Karate-Tae Kwon Do/Kung Fu (Adv) (6-12 Yrs)

This advanced martial arts program is for continuing students. Minimum ISMA yellow belt rank and instructor approval are required. This course will not be available for Leisure Online registration. 191832 CAR W Sa

5:30pm-6:30pm 6/7 9:30am-10:30am

24 Bales

$179

Tae Kwon Do (7-16 Yrs)

Tae Kwon Do is a Korean style of self-defense that was introduced in the United States during the 1950's. This art places emphasis on courtesy, integrity, discipline, and positive self-image. 192419 LIB W

Aikido (12-16 Yrs)

Aikido is a martial art based on the methods of ancient Japanese budo. Aikido harmonizes with the opponent creating a mutually beneficial outcome free of pain or humiliation. Practice is suitable for all ages and promotes discipline, health, and self-defense. $25 uniform fee for first time students and $3 association fee required per session at the first class. Th Sa Th Sa

6:30pm-8pm 1pm-2:30pm 6:30pm-8pm 1pm-2:30pm

6/8

13 Woods

$79

7/27

11 Woods

$69

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (10-15 Yrs)-NEW

Take this opportunity to learn self-defense and anti-bullying techniques. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a martial art focusing on grappling and especially ground techniques. It teaches that a smaller, weaker person can successfully defend against a bigger, stronger person by using leverage and proper technique, most notably by applying joint-locks and choke holds to defeat the other person. In class you will safely learn the basics of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and will get to apply them in a live, controlled grappling situations.

192134 LIB Tu,Th 4:30pm-5:30pm 192135 LIB Tu,Th 4:30pm-5:30pm

6/6 7/25

13 Metzinger 12 Metzinger

$95 $89

Karate-Japanese Goju-Ryu (9-15 Yrs)

Goju-Ryu is a blend of a Japanese (hard) and a Chinese (soft) style of karate. It is a very beautiful, though not flashy, martial art which takes a very realistic approach to self-defense. It is an excellent tool for improving concentration, self-discipline, confidence, and physical fitness. Uniforms will be discussed on the first day of class. The head instructor has provided this class through Plano Parks and Recreation for more than 30 years. 192439 PAC Tu,Th 7pm-8:30pm

6/6

25 Schafer

6/7

13 Medlen

$59

Tae Kwon Do (Beg) (7-12 Yrs)

Martial Arts

192476 LIB 192477 LIB

6:45pm-8:15pm

$135

This course is designed to motivate students through leadership life skills including goal setting, confidence and a black belt attitude. Classes will incorporate traditional martial arts with patterns (katas), blocks/kicks/strikes and an introduction to self-defense. New students will need to purchase a uniform at the first class for $35. Additional fee is required for belt testing.

191313 TMC Sa 191315 TMC Sa

10:45am-11:45am 5/13 10:45am-11:45am 7/29

8 Hendawi 8 Hendawi

$65 $65

Tae Kwon Do (Int) (7-12 Yrs)-NEW

Class is for continuing students that are green belt rank or higher. Students will learn the next level of techniques to increase development of dynamics in power, balance and self-defense. Students will learn the fundamentals of board breaking. Sparring and weapon training will be supervised closely. Additional fee required for sparring gear package before first class. 191889 TMC Tu,Th 5pm-6pm Sa Noon-1pm

7/25

24 Hendawi

$145

Tae Kwon Do/Self-Defense I (6-16 Yrs)

Learn the art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun atmosphere while being taught discipline, teamwork, and physical fitness. This class is recommended for newcomers and beginning belts. Additional testing fee required for belt tests. 192421 LIB Su

1pm-2pm

6/11

11 Ludwig

$75

Tae Kwon Do/Self-Defense II (6-16 Yrs)

This class is recommended for orange and green belts. Additional testing fee required for belt tests. 192422 LIB Su

2:15pm-3:15pm

6/11

11 Ludwig

$75

Tae Kwon Do/Self-Defense III (6-16 Yrs)

This class is recommended for blue belts and above. Additional testing fee required for belt tests. 192424 LIB Su

3:30pm-4:30pm

6/11

972-941-7250 planoparks.org

11 Ludwig

$75

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Summertime Duets (9-13 Yrs)-NEW

Performing Arts

Early Bird Flute (8-9 Yrs)-NEW

Are you an 8 or 9 year old begging to play the flute, but too young for school band programs? This class introduces the young student to basics of the instrument in a fun, no pressure style. Let yourself fall in love with the flute. No music knowledge necessary. Flute required, can be rented. Class limited to one student. 192915 LIB Tu

1pm-1:45pm

6/6

6 Erder

$99

Flute (Beg)(12-13 Yrs)-NEW

Even if you've had no previous instruction on the flute you can make fast progress in this summer course. If you would like to join school band, but missed the first year or you simply want to take up the flute for enjoyment, this class is perfect. No music knowledge necessary, flute can be rented. Class limited to two students. 192917 LIB Tu

2:30pm-3:15pm

6/6

6 Erder

$95

Flute Choir (10-12 Yrs)-NEW

Experience the excitement of playing in an ensemble of flutists. Listening skills and rhythmic skills will be honed in this introduction to flute choir. Music is provided, and students will be introduced to Alto and Bass flutes. Your own 'C' flute and at least one year playing experience/ facility playing eighth-note rhythms required. 192921 LIB Th

1:30pm-2:15pm

6/8

6 Erder

$95

Head Start Flute (10-11 Yrs)-NEW

No previous music education, no problem. Come join us and get a jump on fall band programs by starting flute over the summer. You will be well equipped with playing skills by the time fall rolls around. Flute required, can be rented. Class limited to two students. 192916 LIB Tu

1:45pm-2:30pm

6/6

6 Erder

$95

Piccolo Power (10-15 Yrs)-NEW

Are you a flutist who has always wanted to play the piccolo? Spend some time this summer getting acquainted with this diminutive member of the flute family and discover how much fun playing the piccolo can be. Learn how to play without embouchure tension, how to achieve a glorious, full tone, and tips for various notes/octaves. Plus, be introduced to the piccolo intricacies of 'The Stars and Stripes Forever' by John Philip Sousa. Minimum of three years flute experience, and a 'C' piccolo. Class limited to two students. 192920 LIB W

2:30pm-3:15pm

6/7

6 Erder

$95

Summer Flute Boost (9-15 Yrs)-NEW

Don’t let your flute collect dust over the summer. Come in for a few private lessons to give your playing a boost before band begins again in the fall. Instructor will address all aspects of playing, including rhythm/ counting, tone, intonation, techniques, sight-reading, auditioning, and more. If something about your playing is holding you back then bring in your questions and difficulties. Previous playing experience suggested, but beginners are accepted. Flute required. 192919 LIB W

1:45pm-2:30pm

6/7

60

6 Erder

Have some summer fun playing flute duets from various musical time periods and genres. Instructor will provide music, teaching, and coaching as you progress and learn ensemble playing skills. One year previous playing experience required. Open to all playing levels. Flute required. Class size limited to one student. 192918 LIB W

1pm-1:45pm

6/7

6 Erder

$105

Piano (Beg) (6-7 Yrs)

No previous experience required. Class size is limited to two students. Class time is split between students.

191733 191734 191725 191730 191736 191731

CAR Tu CAR Tu CAR Th CAR Th CAR Th CAR Th

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

6/6 7/18 6/8 6/8 7/20 7/20

5 5 5 5 5 5

Heredia Heredia Heredia Heredia Heredia Heredia

$95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95

Private Piano (6-12 Yrs)

All levels welcome. Classes are 30 minutes with only one student in each class. Below are a few classes offered this session. Check online at planoparks.org to see a complete list of classes. Supply list provided the first day of class. 192399 192387 192402 192381 192384 192386 192397

LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB

W M Sa F F Tu Tu

7pm-7:30pm 5pm-5:30pm 9am-9:30am 6:30pm-7pm 6:30pm-7pm 6pm-6:30pm 6pm-6:30pm

6/7 6/12 6/10 6/9 7/28 6/6 8/1

6 10 10 6 6 6 5

Ivanchenko Khaykinson Khaykinson Austin Austin Austin Austin

$105 $155 $155 $105 $105 $105 $89

*Many more times available. Please call the center or look online for more information.

Private Piano (5 Yrs-Adult)

All levels welcome. Classes are 30 minutes with only one student in each class. With five different instructors, one will surely meet your needs! Instructor biographies are available onsite. 191165 TMC M 191178 TMC M 191186 TMC Tu 191189 TMC Tu 191194 TMC W 191197 TMC W 191205 TMC Th 191216 TMC Th 191224 TMC F 191237 TMC Sa 191254 TMC Su 191263 TMC Su

9am-9:30am 3:30pm-4pm 8:15am-8:45am 3:30pm-4pm 8:15am-8:45am 3:30pm-4pm 9am-9:30am 3:30pm-4pm 9am-9:30am 8:15am-8:45am 11:30am-Noon 10:30am-11am

6/5 6/5 6/6 6/6 6/7 6/7 6/8 6/8 6/2 6/3 6/4 6/4

12 Frock 12 Austin 12 Wu 12 Hsing 12 Wu 12 Austin 12 Frock 12 Austin 12 Frock 12 Wu 12 Khajehzadeh 12 Hsing

$205 $205 $205 $205 $205 $205 $205 $205 $205 $205 $205 $205

*Many more times available. Please call the center or look online for more information.

$105

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TMC Family Swim Night/Luau (All Ages) Come dressed in your luau best! Join us for a family night of swimming and fun from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 6 at Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center. Tickets are $5 per person. Everyone must have a ticket. Ticket includes: pool admission, burger, chips, drink and ice cream. Tickets go on sale Saturday, May 6, 2017 and must be purchased in person at Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center.

Physical Activities

Private Piano (6-16 Yrs)

Lessons are for beginner to intermediate level of play. No specific level required. Beginning students will pay instructor for books at first lesson. Continuing students need to bring current piano book to first lesson. 191296 TMC Tu 191538 TMC F

3pm-3:30pm 6pm-6:30pm

6/6 6/9

12 Jacobs 12 Berana

$205 $205

*Many more times available. Please call the center or look online for more information.

Private Piano (Adv) (8-16 Yrs)

This intensive one on one session is for advanced level students. Music is provided. 191743 CAR Tu 191741 CAR Tu

7:30pm-8:15pm 7:30pm-8:15pm

6/6 7/18

5 Heredia 5 Heredia

$159 $159

*Many more times available. Please call the center or look online for more information.

Private Violin (7-18 Yrs)

Aerobats Boys Gymnastics (Beg) (4-10 Yrs)

In this class boys are taught skills that will enhance their strength, agility, and coordination and give them a strong foundation for not only gymnastics, but many other sports as well. They will be taught beginner skills on all of the men's gymnastics Olympic events. For more information on content of class or a more advanced class please contact Vickie at 972-208-8092.

191337 CAR Th 191338 CAR Th

5pm-6pm 5pm-6pm

*Many more times available. Please call the center or look online for more information.

Basketball Basics (6-8 Yrs)

7/8 7/9

7 7

Ho Ho

$135 $135

$47 $47

Is your daughter always upside down, spinning around, and flipping on the couch and bed? This class offers her an opportunity to do all of that in a safe and supportive environment. Students are grouped by age and ability and are taught skills on the vault, bars, beam and floor. Gymnasts are continuously evaluated and moved into more advanced groups as their skills progress. For additional information, contact Vickie at 972-208-8092.

191333 191334 191335 191336

2pm-2:30pm 2pm-2:30pm

4 Staff 4 Staff

Aerobats Gymnastics Girls (Beg/Int)(5-12 Yrs)

Lessons are for beginner to advanced level of play. Students will pay instructor for book at first lesson. A violin is required. 191992 TMC Sa 192217 TMC Su

6/8 7/6

CAR Tu CAR Th CAR Tu CAR Th

7pm-8pm 7pm-8pm 7pm-8pm 7pm-8pm

6/6 6/8 7/11 7/6

4 4 4 4

Staff Staff Staff Staff

$47 $47 $47 $47

Do you want to join a basketball team but you don't think you have the knowledge or skill? Let us show you how to dribble, pass, and shoot with the best of them, improving your skills and boosting your selfconfidence.

191850 CAR Su 191851 CAR Su 192832 LIB Sa

1pm-1:45pm 6/11 1pm-1:45pm 7/30 9:45am-10:30am 6/3

972-941-7250 planoparks.org

5 McDonald 5 McDonald 4 Reitz

$45 $45 $39

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Basketball Basics (9-12 Yrs)

191853 CAR Su 191854 CAR Su

1:45pm-2:30pm 1:45pm-2:30pm

6/11 7/30

5 McDonald 5 McDonald

$45 $45

Basketball Fun & Games (8-12 Yrs)

Bounce, dribble, pass; learning and bettering your basketball skill doesn't always have to be achieved through drills, it can also be fun. Joining other and playing various fun and challenging games is a great way to better your skills. 192834 LIB Sa 192835 LIB Sa

11:15am-Noon 11:15am-Noon

6/3 7/15

4 Reitz 4 Reitz

$39 $39

Basketball Intense (6-8 Yrs)-NEW

Now that you have the basics, be the envy of your friends as your dribbling and ball handling gets you past them and in for the score. Come join us and improve on your knowledge and ability. 192844 LIB Sa

9:45am-10:30am 7/15

4 Reitz

$39

Basketball Intense (8-12 Yrs)

Now that you have the basics, be the envy of your friends as your dribbling and ball handling gets you past them and in for the score. Come join us and improve on your knowledge and ability. 192839 LIB Sa 192840 LIB Sa

10:30am-11:15am 6/3 10:30am-11:15am 7/15

4 Reitz 4 Reitz

PLANO AEROBATS GYMNASTICS Year-round gymnastics program offering gymnastics instruction for boys ages 4 to 10 and girls ages 3 to 16 at Carpenter Park Recreation Center.

$39 $39

Gymnastics (7-10 Yrs)

How did they do that? I want to do that. Gymnastics is a great way to develop your coordination, flexibility and strength. Have fun learning different gymnastics skills such as floor and balance beam work. Who knows, you could be the next Olympic champion! This class is for the beginner gymnast.

192785 LIB M 192786 LIB Tu

6:15pm-7pm 11am-11:45am

6/12 7/25

6 Wilson 6 Logan

$49 $49

Soccer SparksÂŽ Soccer Skills (6-9 Yrs)-NEW

Soccer Sparks classes offer participants the opportunity to develop fundamentals and skills of soccer through a variety of drills and training sessions. Our curriculum is very carefully designed and instructed by USSF licensed coaches to fit each age group's physical, mental and soccer abilities and to prepare them for the next level of play and spark a lifelong passion for the sport.

191576 TMC M 191577 TMC Sa 191830 TMC F 191578 TMC M 191831 TMC F 191579 TMC Sa

7:15pm-8pm 6/5 10:50am-11:35am 6/10 11:20am-12:05pm 6/9 7:15pm-8pm 7/24 11:20am-12:05pm 7/21 10:50am-11:35am 7/22

5 5 5 5 5 5

Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks

$65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65

Table Tennis (Beg) (8-14 Yrs)

Stop just hitting the ball back and forth. Become a better player by learning the ins and outs of the game. This class will help improve your skills and knowledge of the game. Class taught by USATT certified club coach. 192481 LIB M

7pm-8pm

7/24

62

6 Shi

Beginner through advanced skills are taught on vault, bars, beam and floor for girls. Pommel horse, rings, vault, high bar, parallel bars and floor are offered for boys.

$47 per month for one hour per week $72 per month for two hours per week For the current class schedule and more information, please visit our web site at planoaerobats.org. For more information or to register, call (972) 208-8092.

City of Plano Plano Parks and Recreation

$99

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Gentle Somatics Yoga-NEW

Gentle Somatics Yoga uses slow sequential movements to restore more balance and comfort in your body. This helps to relieve muscle fatigue from daily stress and trauma to our sensory motor systems caused by repeatedly triggered muscular contractions throughout our daily lives. 192787 LIB Sa 9:30am-11am

6/10 12

Fritsch

$89

The title of the course is GENTLE SOMATICS YOGA. The Course Code is 192787, and it meets at LIBERTY RECREATION CENTER on SATURDAYS from 9:30am to 11am, begins JUNE 10, meets 12 times, the instructor is FRITSCH and the fee for this course is $89.

This class is for those with little or no painting experience. You will gain knowledge of paint colors, brushes and creating depth while painting ‘Rustic Antique Patio’ on canvas. Step-by-step instruction assists in producing incredible works of art! $10 supply fee due to the instructor on first day of class. Warren Warren Warren

$45 $45 $45

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced tailor, this class is for you! Students will work on personal projects of home décor or clothing. Clothing students will have emphasis placed on fitting and construction tips; Home décor students will have emphasis placed on measurements and assembly techniques. Supply list included on receipt! 3:45pm-5:45pm 6/11 6

Schaefer

$105

Basics of Hand Building With Clay

Using hand building and coil techniques students will become familiar with clay molding! This includes functional ceramic items and sculptural forms. Students will create their own designs as well as copy examples of historic pieces. This class will help develop your skills, empowering you to a higher artistic ability. Tuition does not include clay material. 191425 191426 191428 191429

CAR CAR CAR CAR

W W Th Th

1pm-4pm 1pm-4pm 6pm-9pm 6pm-9pm

972-941-7250

6/7 8/9 6/8 8/10

8 4 8 4

6/18 4 8/6 4

Almaraz Almaraz

$45 $45

Learn the art of French flower beading. Create your own exquisite flowers such as poppies, tulips, and roses. You will learn the techniques needed to make fabulous flowers. In further classes you can progress to over 100 different flowers including Texas wildflowers, tropical arrangements, and even holiday items such as Christmas trees, angels, holly, and poinsettias. Beads and wire are included in class fee. 192818 TMC Tu

6:30pm-8:30pm 6/13 2

Cassidy

$75

Tompkins Tompkins Tompkins Tompkins

9:30am-Noon

7/22 1

Tacsik

$19

iPhone Photography (Int)

Bring your iPhone for a hands-on class and learn how to use apps to take better photos as well as improve photos you have already taken. The native camera app as well as other apps including ProCamera8, VSCO Cam, Photoshop Express, Snapseed, and Instagram will be used to interactively demonstrate both photo capturing and photo editing capabilities of the iPhone (preloading these apps is encouraged!). While not a prerequisite, this class builds on the material presented in the iPhone Photography (Beg) class. 191452 CAR Sa

Adult Sewing Beg/Adv (13 Yrs & Up)

191424 CAR Su

2pm-4pm 2pm-4pm

French Flower Beading

191451 CAR Sa

Acrylic Painting-NEW

6/13 2 7/11 2 8/8 2

191438 CAR Su 191439 CAR Su

The new genre of 'iPhotography,' the success and ubiquity of the iPhone, as well as a plethora of apps have all turned traditional photography on its head. This class aims to give beginner photographers a fundamental understanding of photography (as applicable to iPhones) as well as an understanding of how to use the iPhone's camera and related Apps to achieve amazing results. While emphasis is given to iPhones and iPhone apps, the techniques and skills can be applied to all smartphones.

Crafts and Fine Arts

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

Come learn how to crochet, knit or both! This class is suitable for both beginner and intermediate students, with each student working on their OWN project! Everyone will receive individual assistance with their respective projects, which will be planned during the first class. Instructor will also teach students how to understand and read basic crochet and knitting patterns. Supply list on class confirmation receipt.

iPhone Photography (Beg)

CAR = Carpenter Park Recreation Center LIB = Liberty Recreation Center NRC = Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center TMC = Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center

192788 TMC Tu 193187 TMC Tu 193188 TMC Tu

Crochet & Knitting (Beg/Int)

9:30am-Noon

8/19 1

Tacsik

$19

Jewelry Making With Silver Metal Clay-NEW

Explore the glimmering world of jewelry fabrication! In this class, you will create a beautiful pendant out of silver metal clay (.999 pure silver) while learning the basics of this fun and rewarding art form. You get to wear your project out the door! If you enjoy the one-day class, join us for the six week class too. You get to choose from three different projects that the instructor will guide you through. At the end of the session, you will leave with a unique piece of jewelry that is sure to complement any outfit! Class price includes all supplies for your project. 192366 CAR Th 192376 CAR Th 192333 CAR Th

3:30pm-6:30pm 6/8 1 1pm-4pm 6/15 1 3:30pm-5:30pm 6/22 6

Beckett Beckett Beckett

$75 $75 $115

$129 $109 $129 $109

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Passion & Art

Amaze yourself, family and friends with original, colorful oil paintings of your own creative design. This unique painting class is for beginner and intermediate students with a passion for art. Instructor is a local artist whose oil paintings have been featured in galleries across the nation, with his body of work reflecting his eclectic and highly personal techniques. See confirmation receipt for required supplies. 191464 191465 191466 191467 191468 191469 191470 191471

CAR CAR CAR CAR CAR CAR CAR CAR

M Tu W Th M Tu W Th

6:30pm-9pm 1pm-3:30pm 6:30pm-9pm 1pm-3:30pm 6:30pm-9pm 1pm-3:30pm 6:30pm-9pm 1pm-3:30pm

6/5 6/6 6/7 6/8 7/24 7/25 7/26 7/27

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Fallas Fallas Fallas Fallas Fallas Fallas Fallas Fallas

$85 $85 $85 $85 $85 $85 $85 $85

Sogetsu Ikebana-NEW

Learn the art of Sogetsu Ikebana Japanese flower arranging. A certified instructor of the Sogetsu School will teach students how to design intricate flower arrangements out of anything! Creations can be displayed almost anywhere to enhance your peace of mind. All artistic levels welcome. 192027 TMC Sa 192028 TMC Sa 193042 TMC Sa

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

6/10 2 7/8 2 8/5 2

Shelton Shelton Shelton

$49 $49 $49

Watercolor Painting

Learn to express your creativity in watercolor! The instructor demonstrates a painting each class. Much individual attention is given. Lessons include the basics of color, composition, value, drawing and the techniques used to finish a satisfying painting. Classes are informal and fun! For beginning and continuing students. Supply list will print on receipt. 191487 CAR M 191488 CAR M

1pm-3:30pm 1pm-3:30pm

6/5 6 7/17 6

Chatterjee Chatterjee

$115 $115

You Can Paint Workshop (14 Yrs & Up)

Even as a beginner you will discover the thrill of creating your own original oil painting as you learn a simple, timesaving approach to painting, perspective, color mixing and composition. You will be proud to frame and hang your finished masterpiece for all to admire. Art supplies are included. Wear old shirt and bring paper towels. 191489 CAR Sa 191490 CAR Sa 191491 CAR Sa

9:30am-12:30pm 6/17 1 9:30am-12:30pm 7/15 1 9:30am-12:30pm 8/12 1

Garden Garden Garden

$39 $39 $39

Dance Learning to dance is easier than ever! Come join us and experience the fun, excitement and romance of pure social ballroom dancing. During this class we will work on the basics of several dances. Couples only please. So bring your partner and let's dance, you will love it! 7:30pm-8:30pm 6/8

64

Gain confidence on the dance floor and enjoy great company in this advanced beginner line dancing class. Previous experience is preferred, especially for classes that meet later in the sessions. 192052 LIB 192053 LIB

Th Th

8

Glenn

$95

6:30pm-9pm 6:30pm-9pm

6/8 6 7/20 6

Brown Brown

$29 $29

Contemporary Line Dancing (Int/Adv)

Three to five years previous line dancing experience required to take this class. Tuesday night classes are focused on improving your skills. Fridays and Saturdays are for putting it all together and having some fun. 192054 192055 192056 192057 192058 192059

LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB

Tu F Sa Tu F Sa

6:30pm-9pm 6:30pm-9pm 8:30am-11am 6:30pm-9pm 6:30pm-9pm 8:30am-11am

6/6 6/9 6/10 7/18 7/21 7/22

5 6 6 6 6 6

Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown

$25 $29 $29 $29 $29 $29

Line Dancing (Beg I)

No experience required. This class is for adults who want to learn popular line dance moves in an unintimidating atmosphere. Have some fun and get fit all at the same time. Featured dances include Country, Rumba, Cha-Cha, Tango, Swing and Hip-Hop. Line Dance basic steps are not exactly the same as Ballroom basic steps. No partner required. 191796 TMC Sa

1:30pm-2:45pm 6/10 11

Yeh

$59

Line Dancing (Beg II)

For adults who have at least six months experience in Line Dance. Popular Line Dance is not only fun, it promotes health and fitness. Instructor may record some classes in order to provide students a way to watch and practice the dances at home. Video participation is optional. Featured dances include Country, Rumba, Cha-Cha, Tango, Swing and Hip-Hop. Line Dance basic steps are not exactly the same as Ballroom basic steps. No partner required. 191797 TMC Sa

3pm-5:30pm

6/10 11

Yeh

$59

Line Dancing (Int)

For adults who have at least two+ years' experience in Line Dance. Popular Line Dance is not only fun, but it also promotes health and fitness. Featured dances include Country, Rumba, Cha-Cha, Tango, Swing and Hip-Hop. No partner required. 191799 TMC Tu

7pm-9:30pm

6/6

11

Yeh

$59

Tap (Beg)

If you have always thought it would be fun to learn to Tap Dance, join us for a class designed especially for beginners. No need to be shy! Learn to tap in an exciting atmosphere and have fun in the process. Tap shoes required. 191485 CAR M 192328 CAR M

Ballroom Dancing 191805 TMC Th

Contemporary Line Dancing (Adv Beg)

7pm-8pm 7pm-8pm

6/5 6 7/17 6

Hornberger Hornberger

$55 $55

Tap (Int)

This exhilarating program is for all students with knowledge of basic/ beginner tap dancing skills! Tap shoes are required. Prerequisite: Tap (Beg). 191484 CAR M 191483 CAR M

6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm

6/5 6 7/17 6

Hornberger Hornberger

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$55 $55


RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - ADULT

iPhone Workshop

Etc...

Boater Safety Education

This Boater Safety Education Course is offered by the Coast Guard Auxiliary. This course is required for 13-17 year olds to operate a personal watercraft solo. The course also qualifies participants for a boat insurance discount from most insurance companies. Class includes both the Texas Parks & Wildlife test and the Coast Guard test. 191431 CAR Sa 191432 CAR Sa

9am-5pm 9am-5pm

7/8 1 8/12 1

Schlehuber Schlehuber

$35 $35

Bridge (Beg/Adv Beg)

Come learn American Standard Bridge Rules by Goren. Learn new conventions and review old ones. The class will consist of lecture, discussion, and play! 191437 CAR Th 192327 CAR Th

6:30pm-8:30pm 6/8 6 6:30pm-8:30pm 7/27 6

Kramer Kramer

$55 $55

Dating Safety

Dating should be a fun, safe, and exciting experience but can also be a little frightening. Dating in the modern era is quite different than it was even a few years ago. The Plano Police Department would like to invite you to a Dating Safety class which covers many of the pitfalls surrounding this experience. Some of the topics covered are common sense. Other topics covered will include current information based on cases and safety tips you likely have not heard before. Please consider attending this class which is taught through the eyes of a police officer. For more information contact Officer Dawson at 972-208-8045. 193041 LIB

Tu

7pm-9pm

8/1

1

PPD

FREE

Effective Advertising

Do you have a small business? Are you looking to promote a product online? Do you have a desire to boost attendance for an event you are hosting? Come learn how to do all of the above and more by using effective advertising and traditional media to grow your business, product or event. Join us in this exhilarating accelerated class! 187510 CAR W 191444 CAR W 191445 CAR W

7:30pm-9pm 7:30pm-9pm 7:30pm-9pm

5/10 1 6/21 1 8/9 1

Lokko Lokko Lokko

$19 $19 $19

Estate Planning-Parents with Minor Children

Learn what everyone should have in the way of basic legal documents. Learn the value of wills, trusts and estate plans and what you need to include to protect your child. Your instructor is a licensed lawyer who ordinarily teaches seminars for licensed attorneys on this subject, but will teach this program from a layman's perspective. 192329 CAR W

7pm-9pm

6/28 1

Craig

$9

Help! My House is Shifting

Texas heat and soil can create home foundation issues! Come see what you can do when your home shows signs of foundation distress, gain methods for protecting the structural integrity of your foundation, and learn various pitfalls to avoid in foundation repairs. This class is taught by a construction lawyer who litigates foundation cases and also has a professional degree in architecture. 191450 CAR W

7pm-9pm

972-941-7250

6/14 1

Tari

$29

This program is designed to help you become familiar with your iPhone running the latest Apple software (iOS). The iPhone is not just a phone, it's like a computer that fits in your pocket! This hands-on workshop will help you reveal the incredible power of your newest 'Best Friend' while demonstrating 'Tips and Tricks' to utilize specific features. In today's technological world, keeping your personal data secure is paramount when using any electronic device. We will discuss the need for good security and simplify how to setup, maintain, and keep your device secure. Please bring your iPhone and questions with you to class as we will be doing live exercises as a group. 191453 CAR Tu

7pm-9pm

6/13 1

Hughes

$25

K9 Sports Fitness Fun (13 Yrs & Up)

This class introduces a variety of dog sports so you can discover which one will be the best fit for your dog. Whether it's for backyard fun or competition, this is a great way to add variety to training and have fun with your dog. Dogs must be at least 4 months old, in good health, rabies vaccinated, leash trained, and adult supervised. The first class will be an orientation class without your dog please bring rabies vaccination certificate to your first class. 191838 CAR F

6:30pm-7:30pm 6/9

6

Bales

$79

Learn to Speak Spanish

Have you ever wanted to learn how to speak the Spanish language? This fun and exuberant instructor will teach you how to more effectively communicate in an ever-increasing bilingual society. Learn the Spanish alphabet, numbers, common verbs, vocabulary and sentence structure. You will also get a taste of the rich Spanish culture. Come enter into an exciting new world! 191458 CAR Sa

12:30pm-1:30pm 6/17 8

Hudson

$59

Making Money With Your Voice

Have you ever been told that you have a great voice? This exciting, informative class is lots of fun and a great first step for anyone interested in professional voice acting. We will explore numerous aspects of voiceover work for television, film, radio, audio books, documentaries, and the Internet. Other topics will include how to prepare a demo, how to be successful, and how to earn great income in this exciting field. Participants will have the opportunity to hear examples of demos recorded by professional voice actors and record a commercial script under the direction of a professional voice coach producer. 191325 CAR M

6:30pm-9pm

8/14 1

Gallogly

$19

Math Tutoring

Math problems? Get them solved here. Note: class is limited to two students. Subject levels: mathematics (all grades), all algebras, geometry, trigonometry and pre-calculus. 192080 LIB Sa 192081 LIB Sa

Noon-12:45pm 6/10 10 Popokh 12:45pm-1:30pm 6/10 10 Popokh

$149 $149

Meditation & Metaphysics

This course will teach the connections between art, science, philosophy and spirituality. You will learn how to meditate and how to achieve an internal peace that will calm your outward self. Come join our foray into meditation! 191462 CAR W

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7:30pm-9pm

6/14 7

Notinger

$45

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Personal Safety

You will learn how your natural intuition can keep you out of trouble and perhaps save your life. You'll learn to obey your instincts and know what to avoid in a crisis situation. All of us have that 'sixth sense’. We just need to learn to pay attention to it. 193038 LIB

Tu

7pm-9pm

7/18 1

PPD

FREE

Property Protection

You have worked hard to acquire your home and property. Now come and learn from the Plano Police Department how to keep that property safe. In this class you will learn how vulnerable your home is to intruders, and ways to make it more safe and secure. 193037 LIB

Tu

7pm-9pm

7/11 1

PPD

FREE

Quarterly Bridge Group

Quarterly bridge group. Play multiple styles, such as Chicago and Pairs. Registration due every three months. (Jan, Feb, Mar) (Apr, May, June) (July, Aug, Sept) (Oct, Nov, Dec). Meets 1st and 3rd Friday, 2nd Thursday, and 3rd Monday of each month. 192086 LIB M,Th,F 10:30am-3:30pm 7/7 12 Staff

$9

Summer Spanish (14 Yrs & Up)-NEW

Learn the basic language elements of the Spanish language under the summer sun at Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve! 192903 NRC Tu,Th

6pm-8pm

6/13 6

Collin College $119

Vegetable Gardening & Composting

This instructor has been gardening in Plano for over 15 years. His best harvest was 554 pounds of red bell peppers, cucumbers, Roma tomatoes, and figs. If you have sunshine and can follow instructions, you can have a productive garden. Gardening is also fun for children. Composting kitchen and yard waste is easy, reduces garbage, and enriches your garden’s soil. Come learn how to compost. 193196 LIB

Tu

7pm-9pm

6/13 1

Caldwell

$9

Fitness

11

Harrison-Staub $75

Balanced Body Assessments

A personal trainer will do a complete joint by joint analysis and overall postural assessment, then design your individualized strength, cardiovascular and nutritional programs designed to train your body into balance. Upon registration, you will schedule a private appointment with a personal trainer at your convenience. You do not need to be enrolled in the Balanced Body Basics small group training class to register for these detailed assessments. 192673 TMC M 192674 TMC M

Noon-2:30pm Noon-2:30pm

6/5 1 7/17 1

66

Balanced Body Basics

Small group training at its best! Our programs build strong bodies while focusing on balance and alignment. Are you tired of feeling injured? We will design your custom strength training program to correct your postural and movement imbalances. Our programs are designed to prevent injury. Assessments are not mandatory but are highly recommended in order for the trainer to best design your program. 191843 TMC M,W 191840 TMC M,W 191841 TMC M,W 191842 TMC M,W

6am-7am 11am-Noon 6am-7am 11am-Noon

6/5 6/5 7/24 7/24

10 10 10 10

Press Press Press Press

$185 $185 $185 $185

Balanced Body Run/Walk Training

This 5 week running/walking small group class will focus on balance and alignment. We will build a custom strength training program that builds proper walking and running form and technique to help avoid injury. 191801 TMC M,W,F 191802 TMC M,F 191803 TMC M,W,F 191804 TMC M,F

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

6/12 6/12 7/24 7/24

15 10 15 10

Sigler Sigler Sigler Sigler

$225 $185 $225 $185

Ball Fusion

Combine yoga/pilates, stretch/strength, and core training in one workout. Using a big balance ball and home gym-type equipment, we multitask to create a true mind-body connection. Bring a large stability ball to class. 9:30am-10:35am 6/6

10 Harrison-Staub $69

Ballet

A muscle conditioning class using free weights, resistance tubes, mats and more. This class is great for those wanting to increase strength and bone density. 9:30am-10:20am 6/2

Look for the fitness symbol shown above for classes that allow drop-ins. Subject to availability. Call the center you are interested in to check on class availability.

191670 CAR Tu

Above & Below the Belt Fitness 191676 CAR F

Punch Cards for Fitness Classes! $32 for 4 punches

Press Press

$155 $155

Burn calories and sculpt your body with ballet. Improve your balance, flexibility and strengthen your muscles while you achieve an elegant, elongated muscle structure. 192047 LIB 192048 LIB

Tu Th

11:15am-12:15pm 6/6 11:15am-12:15pm 6/8

11 Lubertino 12 Lubertino

$65 $69

Bikini Boot Camp

This class is designed to burn calories and builds muscle so you will be ready to wear that bikini. This high intensity class uses boot camp drills to strengthen your heart and lungs, kick boxing moves to develop strength and coordination and the BOSU® to build core balance. This class combines cardio drills and strength training moves to increase your overall fitness level in order to get in shape to wear your bikini. In a 60 minute class you can burn 300-600 calories while making new friends and having fun. Suitable for all fitness levels and exercise experience. 191362 TMC Th

Noon-1pm

6/1 13 Sills

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Body Blast-Ripped

A complete body fitness class that includes cardio and weights. Everyone will benefit and see results in their own trouble zones. Enthusiastic attitude required! 191711 CAR Th

6pm-6:55pm

6/8

12 Keltch

$79

Booty Barre

Booty barre is a ballet barre workout that blends deep muscle toning with intervals of fat blasting cardio techniques. The fluid dance inspired class is set to an upbeat music selection at a vigorous pace to get your heart pumping. No dance experience is required. 191653 CAR 191654 CAR 191655 CAR 191656 CAR

M M W M

11:40am-12:30pm 6/5 11:40am-12:30pm 7/17 5:30pm-6:20pm 6/7 5:30pm-6:20pm 7/24

5 6 5 6

Kourounis Kourounis Kourounis Kourounis

$45 $49 $45 $49

Cardio Dance

Cardio Dance helps us to build strength while toning our bodies. This class incorporates Jazz, Hip Hop, Latin, Bollywood and more. We will dance to a variety of music with some light weights as the hour slips away. 191525 CAR F 191526 CAR F

9am-9:55am 9am-9:55am

6/9 5 7/21 6

Rowland Rowland

$45 $49

Cardio Flex

We will begin with 30 minutes of rhythmic movement to elevate your metabolism and stimulate your brain. The latter half of class will incorporate basic yoga and Pilates style stretches, along with toning to enhance flexibility and strength. 191672 CAR W

9:30am-10:20am 6/7

10 Harrison-Staub $69

CycleFit

A stronger heart, improved oxygen delivery to muscles and increased metabolism are some of the benefits you gain from an indoor cycling cardiovascular class like CycleFit. All fitness levels are encouraged to sign up. Punch card and drop-in class options are available. 192069 192060 192065 192068 192074 192067 192075 192073 192062 192076 192070 192061 192063 192071

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M,W Tu,Th M,W Tu,Th M Tu W Th Sa M Tu W Th Sa

6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm 9am-10am 6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm 9am-10am

6/5 6/6 7/17 7/18 6/5 6/6 6/7 6/8 6/10 7/17 7/18 7/19 7/20 7/22

12 11 12 12 6 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Zozulia Windham Zozulia Windham Zozulia Windham Zozulia Windham Zozulia Zozulia Windham Zozulia Windham Zozulia

$65 $69 $55 $75 $39 $25 $39 $29 $29 $39 $29 $35 $29 $35

Fusion

During this class, you'll focus on cardio, core and more as you use a wide array of equipment, including weights, resistance bands and BOSUÂŽ balls. Get ready to tone up and burn fat while simultaneously strengthening your muscles and tightening your entire body. 191417 TMC M,W 191415 TMC M,W,F 191416 TMC F

22 Reid 33 Reid 11 Reid

$115 $155 $75

HIIT the Morning Strong

High Intensity Interval Training has been proven to be effective in increasing strength and cardio vascular endurance. It consists of short bursts of cardio drills combined with strength and resistance training. This is an invigorating 30 minute workout which will energize you for the rest of the day! While it is an intense workout, it is adjustable to any fitness level. You are sure to improve your current fitness level. Begin to feel strong and join us in the mornings. 191694 CAR Tu, Th 191695 CAR Tu, Th

6am-6:45am 6am-6:45am

6/6 9 O'Connell 7/18 12 O'Connell

$65 $79

Indoor Cycling-NEW

Low-impact, high-energy indoor cycling has great benefits. A stronger heart, improved oxygen delivery to muscles, and increased metabolism are just a few! Participants will build their cardiovascular strength and endurance through resistance, hill and interval sets. All fitness levels welcome. Punch cards and drop-ins are not available. 191619 191618 191617 191616 191620 191621 191622 191623 191624 191625

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M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th Sa M W Tu Th Tu Th

8:30am-9:30am 9am-10am 6pm-7pm 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 9am-10am 9am-10am 6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm

6/5 6/6 6/6 6/10 6/5 6/7 6/6 6/8 6/6 6/8

22 22 22 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

Sigler Simms Press Simms Sigler Sigler Simms Simms Press Press

$165 $165 $165 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95

Interval Training

This class is designed to burn calories and builds muscle. This high intensity class uses boot camp drills to strengthen your heart and lungs, weight bearing exercises to develop strength and the BOSUÂŽ to develop coordination and build core balance. This class combines cardio drills and strength training moves to increase your overall fitness level. In a 60 minute class you can burn 300-600 calories while making new friends and having fun. For all fitness levels and exercise experience. 191361 TMC M

Noon-1pm

6/5 12 Sills

$79

LiveWire Core Energy

Dedication + Determination = Results. Feel your best all day long with this high energy workout. No one said losing weight and getting in shape was easy, but with the help of LiveWire Fitness YOU CAN DO IT! Led by personal trainers, this class will focus on core, cardiovascular, strength, endurance and flexibility for a total body approach to fitness. Every class is different and is designed to keep the body guessing so you will continually see results. Requires a $60 equipment fee for first time participants. 191504 CAR W,F,M 191505 CAR M,W,F 191506 CAR W,F,M

972-941-7250

8:30am-9:30am 6/5 8:30am-9:30am 6/5 8:30am-9:30am 6/9

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6am-7am 6am-7am 6am-7am

5/31 14 Reid 7/3 13 Reid 8/2 13 Reid

$99 $99 $99

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LiveWire HIIT

This interval class will use cardio exercises in timed intervals followed by a quick recovery. Achieve maximum calorie burn and incredible cardiovascular conditioning. HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) is one of the best in terms of total caloric expenditure and post-exercise productivity. HITT burns more calories both during your workout and afterwards. 191419 TMC Tu

8:25am-9:25am 6/6

11

Reid

$75

Shock HIIT-NEW

Get in and out feeling great! This 30 minute total body workout HIIT class can be modified for any fitness level. 193040 TMC M,W

9:45am-10:15am 7/10 14 Brenner

$75

LiveWire Powerhouse Boot Camp

Monthly sessions are high energy, high intensity and just what you need to reshape your life. Our community provides encouragement, accountability and inspiration to help you meet your fitness goals. We provide daily posts with recipes, motivation, weekend workouts and more! The workouts include functional fitness, strength, HIIT, interval and circuit training, sprints, sports conditioning, plyometrics, cardiovascular conditioning and more. We keep things interesting and upbeat with all types of equipment so get ready to have fun as you get fit. Build strength, endurance and power while getting fit and toned! Includes orientation, group grocery tour and nutritional guidance. All fitness levels welcome, beginners to advanced. Classes are held indoor/outdoor. Class requires a $79 new member fee for first time participants. Classes are priced on a monthly basis. Variations are due to four meetings per week vs. two meetings per week. 191509 191511 191510 191631 191643 191632 191644 191645 191646 191647 191633 191634 191642 191635 191648

CAR CAR CAR TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC

Tu,Th Th,Tu Tu,Th M-Th Th,Tu M-Th Th,Tu M-Th Th,Tu M-Th Th,Tu M-Th Tu,Th M-Th Tu,Th

5:30am-6:30am 5:30am-6:30am 5:30am-6:30am 5:30am-6:30am 5:30am-6:30am 7:30pm-8:30pm 7:30pm-8:30pm 5:30am-6:30am 5:30am-6:30am 7:30pm-8:30pm 7:30pm-8:30pm 5:30am-6:30am 5:30am-6:30am 7:30pm-8:30pm 7:30pm-8:30pm

5/30 7/6 8/1 6/1 6/1 6/1 6/1 7/3 7/6 7/3 7/6 8/1 8/1 8/1 8/1

10 7 10 17 9 17 9 16 7 16 7 19 10 19 10

Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid

$89 $89 $89 $119 $89 $119 $89 $119 $89 $119 $89 $119 $89 $119 $89

LiveWire Pure Strength

Low impact, small group personal training for a full body workout designed to build strength, tone muscles, increase bone density and decrease body fat while increasing lean muscle. By adding lean muscle to your body, you can speed up your metabolism and burn more calories when you're at rest. This small class will be using dumbbells, resistance bands and BOSUÂŽ balls. Classes are priced on a monthly basis. 191545 TMC Th,Tu 191546 TMC Th,Tu 191547 TMC Tu,Th

9:30am-10:30am 6/1 9:30am-10:30am 7/6 9:30am-10:30am 8/1

68

9 Reid 7 Reid 10 Reid

LiveWire Strength & Run

This program is designed for runners of all kinds! 30 minutes of strength training followed by a 30 minute run. Help strengthen your core, prevent injuries, improve performance and run faster. Includes orientation, group grocery tour and nutritional guidance. All fitness levels welcome. Class requires a $79 new member fee for first time participants. Classes are held indoor/outdoor. Classes are priced on a monthly basis. 191627 TMC M,W,F 191628 TMC M,W,F 191629 TMC M,W,F

5:30am-6:30am 6/2 5:30am-6:30am 7/3 5:30am-6:30am 8/2

13 Reid 13 Reid 13 Reid

$99 $99 $99

Reduce & Reshape Your Body

This program will educate and guide you in the right direction to lose unwanted body fat and reshape your body. Class covers proper nutrition, correct usage of the exercise equipment, as well as, tailored workouts to improve cardiovascular health, flexibility and strength. Taught by certified personal trainer. 191814 CAR W,F 191813 CAR W,F

6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm

6/7 10 Wilcox 7/19 12 Wilcox

$115 $135

Strength Training for Runners-NEW

Looking to improve your running performance while trying to avoid common running related injuries? Whether you are training for your first 5k or are an experienced marathoner, this is the class for you! Participants are led through 45 minutes of strength, balance and flexibility exercises that target the muscles necessary for good running form and performance. 191612 TMC Sa 191613 TMC Sa

8:30am-9:15am 6/10 5 8:30am-9:15am 7/29 5

Graham Graham

$55 $55

Table Tennis-NEW

Improve your skills with instruction from an USATT certified club coach. You will gain knowledge to become a better player and take your game to the next level. 192484 LIB

M

7pm-8pm

6/5

4

Shi

$75

Tai Chi for Fun & Health

Tai Chi builds strength, improves balance, promotes healthy joints, and boosts energy. It is recommended for people with arthritis, tendonitis, and osteoporosis. Class is based on the '64' Yang Style Tai Chi form. 192097 LIB

Th

7pm-8pm

6/1

14 Donahue

$75

Tai Chi for Well Being II

This is a continuing class for those who have learned some or all of the 24-Step style of Tai Chi. You can work on adding to what you know, refining your movement, or recapturing your enjoyment of practicing with a group. Previous knowledge of Tai Chi preferred. 191527 CAR M

7:05pm-8pm

6/12 10 Christenson $69

$89 $89 $89

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Tai Chi for Wellness

The gentle, flowing movements of tai chi are practiced worldwide and have multiple health benefits that include increased balance, strength, bone density, decreased blood pressure and a calm mind. Class will begin with 30 minutes of warm ups and qigong followed by Tai Chi based on the Yang style. This class is ideal for the student looking to build a solid foundation in Tai Chi. Previous knowledge of Tai Chi not required. Beginning and continuing students welcome. 191530 CAR M

8:05pm-9pm

6/12 10 Christenson $69

Total Body Sculpt

Total Body Sculpt is a challenging and dynamic whole body muscle conditioning class using dumbbells, bands, and body bars as resistance tools. Turbo charge your cardiovascular system with a maximum calorie burn workout. Exercises will be modified to accommodate all fitness levels. 191821 CAR W 191822 CAR W

8am-8:50am 8am-8:50am

6/7 5 7/19 6

Kourounis Kourounis

This feel good workout fuses Latin and international dance music themes creating a dynamic, exciting, and effective fitness system with aerobic/fitness interval training in a combination of fast and slow rhythms for fat burning and total body toning. Fitness elements and dance variations are incorporated from Cumbia, Merengue, Belly Dancing, Salsa, Reggae-ton, Samba, and Calypso-just to name a few. No dance experience necessary. Sa W Sa M W M M M W W Tu Th Tu, Th

9am-9:55am 6/10 10:40am-11:30am 6/7 9am-9:55am 7/22 10:05am-10:55am 6/5 10:40am-11:30am 7/19 10:05am-10:55am 7/17 6pm-6:55pm 6/5 6pm-6:55pm 7/17 6pm-6:55pm 6/7 6pm-6:55pm 7/19 6pm-6:50pm 6/6 6pm-6:50pm 6/8 6pm-6:50pm 6/6

5 5 5 5 6 6 5 5 5 5 10 10 20

Riley Rowland Riley Rowland Rowland Rowland Riley Riley Riley Riley Riley Riley Riley

$45 $45 $45 $45 $49 $49 $45 $45 $45 $45 $79 $79 $129

Zumba® Gold

This class is also known as gentle or beginners Zumba because of its lower intensity and slower pace than regular Zumba fitness classes. It is second to none as an innovative fitness program designed for the true beginner, active older adult, those who are not used to exercising, or those who may be limited physically. 191651 CAR M,Th 191652 CAR M,Th

12:40pm-1:30pm 6/5 10 Kourounis 12:40pm-1:30pm 7/17 12 Kourounis

Get lost with choreography or intricate moves? Want to enjoy or try Zumba a different way? This class blends body sculpting techniques with Zumba moves (primarily Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia, and Reggaeton rhythms) for a calorie burning workout that's fun and effective. Classes consist of easy-to-follow, cardio-dance intervals as well as appropriately paced dance themes/footwork using hand weights or weighted toning sticks to enhance rhythm and tone the body while building muscular and cardiovascular endurance. Great for Zumba newbies and the experienced! All fitness levels welcome. 191657 CAR Sa 191658 CAR Sa 191659 CAR Tu

$69 $79

$45 $45 $75

Abdominal & Cardio

Your body will be constantly challenged with no-nonsense cardio/ interval weight moves during this class. Weights, steps, and body bars will be used. We will work on all the components of fitness to get you a strong, lean and healthy body. 192045 193011 193012 192044 193013 193014 191420 191421 191422

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M,W M W Tu,Th Tu Th Tu,Th Tu Th

9am-10am 9am-10am 9am-10am 5:15pm-6:15pm 5:15pm-6:15pm 5:15pm-6:15pm 9:30am-10:30am 9:30am-10:30am 9:30am-10:30am

6/5 6/5 6/7 6/6 6/6 6/8 6/6 6/6 6/8

22 11 11 22 11 11 22 11 11

Nunn Nunn Nunn Nunn Nunn Nunn Nunn Nunn Nunn

$115 $69 $69 $115 $69 $69 $115 $69 $69

Ab-Solute Fitness

Interval training at its best! Class combines strength training, cardio, and core exercises to give you a complete workout. Hand weights, body bars, and exercise bands are used to tone every major muscle group. Cardio drills on adjustable steps add to the intensity and build athletic performance. Special emphasis is placed on developing core strength. Class is for all fitness levels and is great for both men and women! 192041 LIB 192042 LIB 192043 LIB

M,W M W

6:45pm-7:45pm 6/5 6:45pm-7:45pm 6/5 6:45pm-7:45pm 6/7

24 Windham 12 Windham 12 Windham

$119 $75 $75

Aerobic Fitness

The exercise combination that really works! A heart pumping cardio workout with the added bonus of light resistance training that really makes the difference. This class is designed to get your whole body into shape. Suitable for all fitness levels. 191696 CAR M,W 191697 CAR M,W

972-941-7250

10am-10:55am 6/10 5 Riley 10am-10:55am 7/22 5 Riley 10:40am-11:30am 6/6 11 Kourounis

Fitness-Aerobics

$45 $49

Zumba®

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Zumba® Toning

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8pm-9pm 8pm-9pm

6/5 10 Hornberger 7/17 12 Hornberger

69

$65 $69


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Cardio/Calorie Burner Jazzercise is a pulse-pounding, beat-pumping fitness program that gets you results…fast. It’s a calorietorching, hip-swiveling, Shakira’d-be-proud dance party workout to put your abs to the test, with a hot playlist to distract you from the burn. Incinerate up to 800cph (that’s calories per hour) in one 60 minute class. Our classes - Strike, Fusion, Core, Strength and Dance Mixx - will leave you breathless, toned and coming back for more. Stop working out. Start working it…with Jazzercise. Classes are held at Carpenter Park Recreation Center and you may choose as many classes as you like from the schedule below. Drop-ins are welcome! Visit jazzercise.com or call the instructor, Cheri Thomas at (972) 727-6899 for more information, pricing or to register for classes.

Mon, Tu & Th Mon, Tu, Th, Fri, Sat

8am-9am 9am-10am

$59 $69

BOSU Fusion-NEW ®

Burn those calories through challenging and highly effective exercise combinations that stabilize your core and tone muscles to help you achieve your athletic goals. BOSU balance trainers are used as the foundation for your exercise routines, but will incorporate disciplines from yoga and Pilates to keep you progressing forward. 193156 LIB 193157 LIB 193158 LIB

Tu,Th Tu Th

10:15am-11:15am 6/6 10:15am-11:15am 6/6 10:15am-11:15am 6/8

23 Busby 11 Busby 12 Busby

$119 $69 $75

Cardio, Strength & Tone

This class emphasizes overall physical conditioning and toning. Exercises focus on strength, flexibility, and endurance. This highlyefficient, full body workout utilizes resistance exercises and endurance drills to build and sculpt every major muscle group. We alternate between strength and endurance drills to ensure you will burn calories, tone muscles, and feel great. All fitness levels are welcome. 191355 191356 191357 191358 191359 191360

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W,M W,M M W M W

6:15pm-7:15pm 7:30pm-8:30pm 6:15pm-7:15pm 6:15pm-7:15pm 7:30pm-8:30pm 7:30pm-8:30pm

5/31 5/31 6/5 5/31 6/5 5/31

70

25 25 12 13 12 13

8:05am-9am 8:05am-9am

6/10 5 7/22 6

Judkins Judkins

$45 $49

Fitness Fusion

Fitness fusion is a workout class that focuses on balance, flexibility, and strength training. You get a total body workout that will challenge your muscles in new ways, firm your core, and improve endurance. This class unites cardio, weight resistance, stretching to sculpt, tone and lengthen muscles for maximum fat burn. All levels of fitness are welcome to join this low impact workout that leaves your body long and lean. 191363 CAR M,W 191364 CAR M,W

7pm-8pm 7pm-8pm

6/5 10 Dwiggins 7/17 12 Dwiggins

$69 $79

LiveWire Core Conductor

This is an intense 45 minute abdominal workout! Sculpt your midsection as you improve your body's overall functional strength, balance and coordination. 8:30am-9:15am 6/8

11

Reid

$75

Muscle Interval Training

Bored with your cardiovascular routine? This class will incorporate a variety of fat burning and muscle toning workouts, including step, high/low impact, kickboxing, Tai Chi, weight training, body sculpting, and abdominal exercises. Something new and exciting every time! Adjustable for all fitness levels. 8:15am-9:15am 6/6 9 Hornberger 8:15am-9:15am 7/18 12 Hornberger

192682 CAR Sa 192683 CAR Sa

191418 TMC Th

Aerobics/Cross Training Mania

191698 CAR Tu,Th 191699 CAR Tu,Th

This class is designed to burn calories with easy to follow aerobics and strength exercises to tone your muscles. It contains exercises from some of the hottest trainers of today!

Focus 4 Fitness $125 Focus 4 Fitness $125 Focus 4 Fitness $79 Focus 4 Fitness $85 Focus 4 Fitness $79 Focus 4 Fitness $85

One of the latest methods in building stamina and muscle while burning fat and calories. This class involves bouts of cardio followed by plyometric and strength exercises and even some Pilates to engage muscle confusion. A technique used by some of the hottest programs today! 192679 CAR Tu,Th 192680 CAR Tu,Th

7pm-8pm 7pm-8pm

6/6 9 Judkins 7/18 12 Judkins

$65 $79

Power Up Interval Training

Mix things up and get a total body workout. Cardio intervals, including step, kickboxing and agility drills, alternating with strength and resistance intervals using bands, weights and body bars will help you build cardio endurance and muscle strength. It is the best way to burn calories! This class is adaptable to any fitness level. All are welcome and encouraged. 191692 CAR M,W 191693 CAR M,W

9am-9:55am 9am-9:55am

6/5 10 O'Connell 7/17 12 O'Connell

$69 $79

Fitness-Pilates

Body Blast-Pilates Style

This invigorating full body toning class is sure to fire up every muscle in your body! Special attention will be paid to each member. Everyone will benefit and see results in their own trouble zones. Enthusiastic attitude required! No Pilates experience needed. 191708 CAR Tu 191709 CAR Sa

6pm-7pm 8am-9am

6/6 11 Keltch 6/10 12 Keltch

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Pilates

Improve your muscle tone while increasing your core strength and flexibility. You will leave class feeling strong, yet refreshed and relaxed. 192106 CAR 192107 CAR 192085 LIB 192083 LIB 192082 LIB 192084 LIB 191404 TMC

Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W M W M M,W

7pm-8pm 6/6 7pm-8pm 7/18 5:30pm-6:30pm 6/5 5:30pm-6:30pm 6/5 5:30pm-6:30pm 6/7 10:15am-11:15am 6/5 7:45am-8:40am 6/5

9 12 24 12 12 12 20

Moffett Moffett Windham Windham Windham Lubertino Dunn

$79 $95 $119 $75 $75 $75 $115

Pilates Mat

This blend of strength and flexibility training improves posture, reduces stress and creates long, lean muscles without bulking up. Pilates takes a balanced approach so that no muscle group is overworked and the body moves as an efficient, holistic system in sport and daily activity. 191678 CAR Th

11:40am-12:30pm 6/8

12 Kourounis

$79

Yogalates

Combine two terrific workouts into one, yoga and Pilates! Yogalates works your abdominal and pelvic floor muscles which help to protect and strengthen the lower back, tone the belly, trim the waist, and assist with core stability. During this class, you will be moving and working hard to lengthen and strengthen at your own level. Beginners and intermediates are welcome. Basic knowledge of fitness is a plus. 191815 LIB

F

9am-10:15am

7/7

6

Mitchell

$55

Yo-Pi Mat

Experience this flowing mixture of basic yoga postures and Pilates exercises to enhance core strength, balance, flexibility, and an overall sense of well-being. All fitness levels welcome. Please bring an exercise/yoga mat to class. 191666 CAR Su

11am-Noon

6/4 11 Harrison-Staub $75

Ashtanga Yoga (Beg)

An ancient nonreligious form of self-discipline that includes yoga stretching, breathing exercises, and meditation to promote physical fitness, flexibility, and immunity. Yoga energizes and purifies the body, gives you a calm focused mind and a more peaceful and joyful spirit, reduces stress, and brings a positive approach towards life. Also learn some techniques to resolve/decrease allergies. 10:15am-11:15am 6/4

11 Thakkar

$75

Ashtanga Yoga (Adv)

Deepen your yoga practice with more advanced postures, advanced breathing, meditation, and yoga philosophy. Learn how yoga ceases your thoughts and brings oneness with yourself. This in turn leads you to a healthy and happy life. Experience and understand the true meaning of life. 191614 TMC Su

11:30am-12:30pm 6/4

972-941-7250

11 Thakkar

Increase your flexibility while gaining strength with the combination of breath and yoga postures in this moderately paced yoga class. You will be guided through a safe workout that offers many beginning postures, as well as, slightly more advanced options for those interested in furthering their practice. 192077 LIB

W

7:50pm-9:10pm 6/7

12 Busby

$89

Gentle Somatics Yoga-NEW

Gentle Somatics Yoga uses slow sequential movements to restore more balance and comfort in your body. This helps to relieve muscle fatigue from daily stress and trauma to our sensory motor systems caused by repeatedly triggered muscular contractions throughout our daily lives. 192787 LIB

Sa

9:30am-11am

6/10 12 Fritsch

$89

Hatha Yoga

Want to practice smart and safe yoga? Hatha yoga will teach easy yoga techniques and how to listen to your body. This class will focus on alignment. 191704 CAR Su 191705 CAR Su

10am-10:55am 6/4 5 10am-10:55am 7/16 6

Shin Shin

$55 $59

PlyogaÂŽ Fitness-NEW

During this class you will use only your bodyweight to give you an intense and diversified workout. It is adaptable to any fitness level and uses yoga poses as an active recovery after 25-30 seconds of cardio/ bodyweight exercise. 193032 TMC M, W

10:30am-11:15am 7/10 14 Brenner

$85

Power Yoga

Beginners and experienced students alike will be interested in this fastmoving, energetic form of yoga, come and discover a sense of calm and mental clarity. Previous yoga experience is helpful but not necessary. 191684 CAR Sa

9:30am-10:30am 6/17 10 Hu

$69

Yin Yoga

Fitness-Yoga

191615 TMC Su

Fluid Motion Yoga

$75

Stimulate and nourish the connective tissues and joints of your hips, lower back, pelvis, spine and shoulders. Yoga postures are primarily done in seated positions which are held statically and passively for several minutes helping to alleviate chronic back pain, increase range of motion, and reduce overall stress in the body. Class provides mindful and meditative guided relaxation to further the benefits of this style of yoga. Open to all ages and abilities. 192099 LIB

Th

7pm-8:15pm

6/8

11

Ruby

$79

Yoga (Beg)

Feel better, look younger! Yoga increases strength, flexibility, and balance; energizes and purifies the body; gives you a calm focused mind and a more peaceful, joyful spirit. Energize your body using yoga techniques. Experienced students are also welcome to join this class and deepen their yoga practice. Please bring a blanket and mat. 191779 CAR Th 6pm-7pm 6/15 10 Stall 192427 NRC Tu,Th 10am-11:30am 6/6 26 Freis 192425 NRC Th 10am-11:30am 6/8 13 Freis 192428 NRC Tu 10am-11:30am 6/6 13 Freis 191787 TMC Sa 9am-10:15am 6/17 9 Speaks

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Yoga (Int)

When you're ready to deepen your yoga practice with more advanced postures and movement, more advanced breathing, yoga philosophy, and meditation/chanting techniques, this intermediate class is for you. Take the journey to a whole new level of self-discovery. 191781 CAR Th

7:05pm-9:05pm 6/15 10 Stall

$99

Yoga for Fitness (Beg)

This class provides a beginners-level foundation in the principles of yoga with the yoga for fitness approach. If you are new to yoga or coming back to exercise after some time off, this class might be right for you before attempting the full-fledged yoga for fitness class. Time is spent with the student in preparation for the individual yoga asanas with a steady eye kept on the goals of overall fitness and developing a happy sense of calm. Please bring a blanket or mat. 191680 TMC Tu

6:15pm-7:30pm 6/13 9

Speaks

Yoga Stretch

Gain flexibility by doing yoga exercises that increase your range of motion. This fun class will help free you from body restrictions due to a sedentary life style. Get up off the sofa and stretch! 191679 TMC Th

7pm-8:15pm

6/22 9

Do you have muscle or joint tightness, pain or injury? Deepen your understanding of your discomfort. Focus is placed on helpful yoga poses for areas of the body that will make you stronger, boost your immune system, increase efficiency of your lymphatic system and be the base of your restored health. 192103 LIB

M

$69

7pm-8:15pm

6/5

11

Fitness & Weight Room Orientation

Yoga Fusion

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Speaks Speaks Speaks

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The benefit of most yoga fusion workouts is that they are dynamic and challenging yet accessible. They can offer the mental and spiritual lift of yoga with the physical benefits of a cardiovascular workout. Yoga fusion classes seek to provide the flexibility challenges and breathing work of yoga while also offering overall toning, muscle-building or fat-burning activities. 191661 CAR Tu

11:40am-12:30pm 6/6

11 Kourounis

$75

Yoga Meditation

This class includes basic yoga postures and meditation techniques for beginners. More experienced students are also welcome. Please bring a yoga mat and 1-2 firm blankets to class for comfort when sitting. 191777 CAR M

6pm-7pm

6/12 11

Stall

$89

Yoga Mixed Levels (Beg)

Give yourself a lift that will reduce your stress and improve your health. This class will improve flexibility and will focus on breathing and relaxation techniques. Open to beginners and returning students. 191700 CAR Sa 191701 CAR Tu

8am-9am 6pm-7pm

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$99 $95

Yoga Mixed Levels (Int)

Bring balance to the mind and body by soothing aches, reducing stress, and learning to relax. Emphasis will be placed on how breath supports the yoga postures. You will learn body awareness and how energy flows through your breath and movement. Students of all levels will be amazed by the ease and challenge of this class. Beginners are encouraged to have at least one session prior experience. Please bring a yoga mat to class. 191789 TMC W

6:15pm-7:30pm 6/14 10 Speaks

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Ruby

$79

Health

Yoga for fitness is a modern, non-religious form of yogic exercise and self-discipline that promotes fitness, flexibility, and fun! This class is suitable for able beginners and experienced students alike. Please bring a blanket and a mat to class. 7pm-8:30pm 6/12 9 10:45am-Noon 6/17 9 7pm-8:30pm 6/15 9

$69

Yoga Therapy

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Learn how to use the weight and cardio machines at our recreation centers. Certified ACE & AFAA Personal Fitness Trainer, Jorge Wilcox, will teach you how to properly use weight room equipment and give you tips to maximize your workout. 5pm-6pm 5pm-6pm 5pm-6pm

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Wilcox Wilcox Wilcox

$9 $9 $9

Martial Arts

Aikido

Aikido is a martial art based on the methods of ancient Japanese budo. Aikido harmonizes with the opponent creating a mutually beneficial outcome free of pain or humiliation. Practice is suitable for all ages and promotes discipline, health, and self-defense. $25 uniform fee for first time students and $3 association fee required per session at the first class. 192046 LIB 192483 LIB

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6:30pm-8pm 1pm-2:30pm 6:30pm-8pm 1pm-2:30pm

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Woods

$69

Karate-Japanese Goju-Ryu

Goju-Ryu is a blend of a Japanese (hard) and a Chinese (soft) style of karate. It is a beautiful, though not flashy, martial art which takes a realistic approach to self-defense. It is an excellent tool for improving concentration, self-discipline, confidence, and physical fitness. Uniforms will be discussed on the first day of class. The head instructor has provided this class through Plano Parks and Recreation for more than 30 years. 192435 PAC Tu,Th

7pm-8:30pm

6/6

25 Schafer

$135

$75

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - ADULT

Karate-Tae Kwon Do/Kung Fu I (13 Yrs & Up)

This complete martial arts style is a unique blend of both hard and soft forms of martial arts, utilizing the principles of Shui Huo Kung Fu while focusing on street-applicable self-defense against multiple attackers. Students train on defense, fitness conditioning, weaponry, mass attack, and reflexes while emphasizing inner strength and mental conditioning. Progression from belt to sash ranking. This class is for all levels. Beginners welcome! $60 startup (uniform, mouthpiece, and membership) is required at the first class. 191834 CAR W 6:30pm-7:30pm 6/7 Sa 11am-Noon

24 Bales

$179

Karate-Tae Kwon Do/Kung Fu II (13 Yrs & Up)

This Level II program focuses on intermediate to advanced belt rank techniques. Students train on traditional and street-applicable techniques, weaponry, ground, self-defense, sparring, physical and mental conditioning, teaching, and a complete understanding of skills for adaptation to every defense situation. Students progress through individual ranking in both styles. Minimum ISMA Green Belt rank or instructor approval is required. 191835 CAR W Sa

6:30pm-8:30pm 6/7 11am-1pm

24 Bales

$209

Self Defense-Awareness & Reflexes (13 Yrs & Up)

In this fun and interactive Street Smart Self Defense class you will test and learn to enhance your awareness and reflex skills through a series of physical and mental challenges and exercise. Through this class you will gain knowledge and a new perspective of your defense abilities as needed to help keep you safe in today's world. 191836 CAR Su

3:30pm-5pm

6/11 1

Bales

$49

Self Defense-Quick Release & Techniques (13 Yrs & Up)

This coed Street Smart Self Defense program will cover quick escape releases to detailed techniques for all participant levels. Students should wear comfortable clothing and athletic shoes for this practical hands on class that combines knowledge and physical skills to help keep you safe in today's world. Price is per person. Registration with a partner is encouraged, but not required. 191837 CAR Su

3:30pm-5pm

7/30 1

Bales

$49

Tae Kwon Do (17-59 Yrs)

Tae Kwon Do is a Korean style of self-defense that was introduced in the United States during the 1950's. This art places emphasis on courtesy, integrity, discipline, and positive self-image. 192094 LIB

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6:45pm-8:15pm 6/7

13 Medlen

$59

Tae Kwon Do/Self-Defense I

Learn the art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun atmosphere while being taught discipline, teamwork, and physical fitness. 192095 LIB

Su

1pm-2pm

6/11 11

Ludwig

$75

Tae Kwon Do/Self-Defense II

Prerequisite: Tae Kwon Do/Self-Defense I or similar training. 192096 LIB

Su

2:15pm-3:15pm 6/11 11

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Ludwig

$75

Professional Development

College Exploration Boot Camp (14 Yrs & Up)-NEW

Learn the basics to jumpstart your college search and selection to help you successfully secure admission to the college of your choice. Course includes: SAT and ACT prep tips, admission essay writing, scholarship search and essay basics, selecting the best colleges/majors for your success, and transitioning from high school to college. 192901 NRC Tu-Th

10am-4pm

7/18 3

Collin College $209

How to Help Your Student Get Into Elite Colleges

With more and more students applying to the nation’s top colleges, it is becoming increasingly harder to get in. Learn about what elite colleges look for and how to systematically develop a plan to help increase a student’s odds of admission, including about recent trends such as how to rethink extracurricular activities of students. Participants will receive a free copy of the instructor’s e-book on college planning and selection. This session is ideal for parents of 9th - 11th graders, although 12th grade parents are welcome too. Registration is per couple. 193150 CAR Sa 193151 CAR Sa 193152 CAR Sa

2pm- 4pm 2pm-4pm 2pm- 4pm

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Rao Rao Rao

$19 $19 $19

Teen Entrepreneur Boot Camp (14 Yrs & Up)-NEW

Bring your awesome business ideas to the next level…boss level! This boot camp will introduce students to the basics of entrepreneurialism, including: business plan 101, the pitch, funding your ideas, promotion, and marketing. 192902 NRC Tu-Th

1pm-4pm

7/11 3

Collin College $109

Has your phone number or email changed? Our primary means of communication with you about class changes or cancellations is by phone or email. If these have changed, please update your information by contacting any recreation facility or send an email to parksinfo@plano.gov. For your convenience we can also add your cell and/or work number to your account. Also, in the event that you forget your Individual ID and Family PIN while registering for a class, keeping your email address current will ensure that you can receive this information by email in a timely manner to continue with the registration.

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TENNIS HIGH POINT PARK TENNIS CENTER 42l W. Spring Creek Parkway (972) 941-7170 www.highpointtennis.com

Ken Sumrow.....................................................Director of Tennis Kevin Maynard.................................Assistant Center Supervisor Dencil Johnson......................Head of Adult Player Development Mark Vos..............................Head of Junior Player Development Charlotte Ereckson.................................Tennis Center Specialist Tennis Professionals: Judy Adams, Tommy Chiu, Duane Covell, Megan Gos, Kriszta Kovacs, Dave Lee, Doug Lee, Carl Lokko, Dan Rasor, Mark Romerhaus, Laurie Schubert, Bob Somabut, Clint Sumrow, Brad Watson and Larry Whitson High Point Park Tennis Center consists of 21 lighted outdoor tennis courts, practice wall, playground and pro shop with rest rooms and dressing facilities. Lessons, leagues and tournaments are offered on a regular basis for those wanting organized activities. For players not wanting a structured activity, many courts are open for reservations.

Registration Tennis registration may be completed by using Internet, in-person or by telephone starting Saturday, May 6. Please see “How to Register” information for detailed instructions.

Hours of Operation Monday thru Sunday -- *7:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. *Tennis Center opens at 9 a.m. from October 1 thru March 31. The tennis center may close early due to inclement weather and/ or lack of court demand.

Court Fees

RESIDENTS

Youth (l7 & under) -- $2.50 per person per session Adult (l8 & up) -- $3.00 per person per session

NON-RESIDENTS Youth (l7 & under) -- $3.25 per person per session Adult (l8 & up) ---- $4.00 per person per session

Annual Passes Annual passes may be purchased which allow the holder to play without paying further per session court fees. Cost of the annual passes are: Resident Non-Resident Family $260 $390 Adult (l8 & up) $150 $230 Youth (l7 & under) $85 $130

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Reservations

Court reservations may be made in person or by telephone at (972- 941-7170, option 5) between 9 a.m. and closing, Monday through Sunday. A person may have only one reservation at a time (you must finish your first reservation before a second reservation can be made).

Instruction

Teen-Adult classes have a minimum of six students and a maximum of eight students per class. Youth classes have a maximum of eight students. Pee Wee classes have a maximum of six students. To avoid cancellation of a class, a class may “make” with less than six students, but with a reduced number of sessions. Classes at the same level and similar age groups may be combined at the discretion of High Point staff. Any group of two or more players may schedule a special class by contacting High Point staff at 972-941-7170. Group lessons are very popular and some classes fill very quickly. To assure a continuous chain of instruction, it is recommended that students enroll for multiple sessions at the time of initial registration. For example, a student should enroll for a Beginner session in the first session, an Advanced Beginner I group in the second session, and an Advanced Beginner II group in the third session.

10 & Under Tennis

High Point participates year round in the QuickStart Tennis play format, a national program designed to help children learn, rally, and play quickly. Using shorter and lighter racquets, balls that are easy to keep in play, and court dimensions tailored to smaller players, youngsters from ages 5-10 pick up the game very quickly. In short time, young players are able to keep the ball in play and play points just like older and more experienced players. In time, as students’ games improve and as they mature physically, they move to traditional rackets, balls, and courts. QuickStart is a great way to introduce children to the great game of tennis!

Advancement from Course to Course

Players are encouraged to continue learning and playing through progressively more challenging courses. The goal is to have students playing tennis (in some form) as soon as possible. As a player improves, more course time is spent on point-play like situations. For children, the instructional/play sequence is: Beginner or Pee Wee I lessons (depending on age of child), Advanced Beginner or Pee Wee II lessons, and Future Stars or Pre Junior Development (Play and Instructional Programs), Competitive and Elite Junior Development. For Teens, the sequence is Beginner, Advanced Beginner I, Advanced Beginner II, Learn N Play, Future Stars, Competitive and Elite Junior Development. For Adults, the sequence is Beginner, Advanced Beginner, Learn and Play, High Point intra-facility leagues, Tennis Competitor of Dallas leagues and USTA Adult Leagues.

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TENNIS Youth Instruction

Pee Wee Tennis I (5-7 Yrs)

In a program created for little people, QuickStart equipment and teaching methods are used to introduce youngsters to tennis in a fun and rewarding way.

Junior Camps

Junior Tennis Camp (8-16 Yrs)

One-week tennis camps are offered to junior players (ages 8-16) from beginner level to ZAT level players, including High Point’s Future Stars and Competitive program players. The fundamental strokes (ground strokes, volleys, and serve) are emphasized using group instruction, drill and match-like play situations. Basic strategy and tactics are covered as well as the basic rules of the game. Enrollment fee includes a camp t-shirt. In a cooperative effort, camps taught at PISD sites are run by the coaches at the respective senior high schools. Camps taught at High Point are run by High Point staff. No camp on July 4.

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TENNIS

Pee Wee Tennis II (5-7 Yrs)

This class is a follow-up to Pee Wee I. Students must take Pee Wee I before enrolling in Pee Wee II.

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Pre Junior Development Tennis I (6-10 Yrs)

A program for children 6-10 years of age who have completed the ‘Pee Wee’ classes. To enroll, students must have approval of instructor. 192201 192202 192203 192204

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Tu,Th Tu,Th F-Sa F-Sa

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

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10 12 10 12

Dave Lee Dave Lee Chiu Chiu

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Pre Junior Development Tennis II (6-10 Yrs)

A program for children 6-10 years of age who have taken Pre JD I and have developed more advanced tennis skills. To enroll, students must have approval of instructor. 192205 192206 192207 192208

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M,W F-Sa M,W F-Sa

6:30pm-7:30pm 6pm-7pm 6:30pm-7:30pm 6pm-7pm

6/5 6/9 7/10 7/14

10 10 12 12

Dave Lee Chiu Dave Lee Chiu

$135 $135 $162 $162

Beginner Tennis (8-10 Yrs)

QuickStart equipment and teaching methods are used to introduce young players to tennis in a fun and rewarding way. Fundamental strokes, games, and scoring are emphasized as well as actual play on QuickStart courts.

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10am-11am 7pm-8pm 8:30am-10am 6pm-7pm 8:30am-10am 11am-12:30pm 6pm-7pm 10am-11:30am 8pm-9pm 10am-11am

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Advanced Beginner I Tennis (8-10 Yrs)

Students must have taken the Beginner class equivalent to enroll in Advanced Beginner I. Games, drills, and point-like situations are emphasized more as players’ skill levels improve.

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Advanced Beginner II Tennis (8-10 Yrs)

This class is a follow up to the Advanced Beginner I class. Students must have taken the Advanced Beginner I class or equivalent to enroll in Advanced Beginner II. Games, drills, and point-like situations are emphasized more as players’ skill levels improve.

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Pre Junior Development Tennis III (6-10 Yrs)

A program for children 6-10 years of age who have taken Pre JD II and have developed more advanced tennis skills. To enroll, students must have approval of instructor.

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TENNIS

Beginner Tennis (11-12 Yrs)

QuickStart equipment and teaching methods are used to introduce young players to tennis in a fun and rewarding way. Fundamental strokes, games, and scoring are emphasized as well as actual play on QuickStart courts.

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Dave Lee Staff Doug Lee Dave Lee Staff Whitson Doug Lee Schubert Schubert

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Advanced Beginner I Tennis (11-12 Yrs)

This class is a follow up to the Beginner class. Students must have taken the Beginner class equivalent to enroll in Advanced Beginner I. Games, drills, and point-like situations are emphasized more as players’ skill levels improve. 192167 HP 192169 HP 192170 HP 192173 HP 192174 HP 192175 HP 192176 HP 192177 HP

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Advanced Beginner II Tennis (11-12 Yrs)

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Future Stars Junior Development Tennis

This program is designed for the young player who wants to work on his/her game through organized play situations, group instruction, and drills. Main emphasis is on play situations using challenge ladders, tournaments, and round robins which are organized by instructors. Future Stars is for the player with little or no tournament experience. Enrollment is limited--players in last session have first priority. Players that are new to Future Stars must have taken two (2) group classes or equivalent lesson experience and received recommendation from instructors that they are ready for Future Stars. Players are encouraged to take private lessons in addition to Future Stars. 192188 192189 192192 192193

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Excellence Awards High Point Park Tennis Center has received the USTA Excellence in Tennis Programming award and Ken Sumrow, director of tennis, has received the USPTA Industry Excellence Award in past years.

Competitive Junior Development Tennis

This program is designed for the young player with limited tournament experience and/or players preparing for future tournament competition. Class time is divided into three parts: drills, play situations, and conditioning. Instructors encourage players to enter local youth tournaments by informing players of tournaments, providing entry blanks, helping arrange transportation, and accompanying and observing players in tournament play when possible. Players are encouraged to take private lessons in addition to Competitive. Enrollment is limited-players in last session have priority. 192197 192198 192199 192200

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High Performance 10 & Under Tennis

This workout program is designed for motivated junior players seeking tournament and match experience. All players must have the approval of Mark Vos to enroll. 192211 192212 192213 192214 192215 192216

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High Performance Junior Tennis

This workout program is designed for motivated junior players seeking sectional and national rankings. Limited to Super Championship qualified players and highly-motivated Champ level players. All players must have the approval of Mark Vos to enroll. 192221 192222 192223 192224 192225 192226 192227 192228 192229 192230 192231 192232

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TENNIS Adult Leagues

Adults (18 & up) may participate in league play where matches are played once a week (on the same day and at the same time each week) between players of the same playing level. Singles, Doubles and Mixed Doubles are offered to men and women in varying formats. Please contact High Point at (972) 941-7170 or visit highpointtennis.com for additional information.

Next Adult League Session Registration begins: April 24 Play begins: May 15

Teen/Adult Instruction This class is a follow up to the Beginner class. Students must have taken the Beginner class or equivalent to enroll in Advanced Beginner I. Games, drills, and point-like situations are emphasized more as players' skill levels improve. M,W M,W Tu,Th Sa M,W M,W Th,Tu Th,Tu Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W Su Sa Su

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Teen/Adult Adv. Beg. II

This class is a follow up to the Advanced Beginner I class. Students must have taken the Advanced Beginner I class or equivalent to enroll in Advanced Beginner II. Games, drills, and point-like situations are emphasized more as players' skill levels improve. 192275 HP 192276 HP 192277 HP 192278 HP 192279 HP 192280 HP 192281 HP 192282 HP 192283 HP 192284 HP 192285 HP 192286 HP 192287 HP 192288 HP

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Teen/Adult Learn N Play I

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For the player who has been taking the beginner/advanced beginner classes and wants to play actual games in preparation for future league play. Course is also designed for the player who has played league tennis in the past but has not played recently and wants to brush up on strokes and match play before starting league play again. Class time is divided into 45 minutes of instruction and drill with a pro and 45 minutes of play with other members of the group. Players may take this course twice before required advancement to Learn 'N Play II. 192291 HP 192292 HP 192293 HP 192294 HP 192295 HP 192296 HP 192297 HP 192298 HP 192299 HP 192300 HP 192301 HP

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Teen/Adult Learn N Play II

For the player who has been taking the beginner/advanced beginner classes and wants to play actual games in preparation for future league play. Course is also designed for the player who has played league tennis in the past but has not played recently and wants to brush up on strokes and match play before starting league play again. Class time is divided into 45 minutes of instruction and drill with a pro and 45 minutes of play with other members of the group. 192312 HP 192313 HP 192314 HP 192315 HP 192316 HP 192317 HP 192318 HP 192319 HP 192320 HP 192321 HP

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GENERAL INFORMATION Plano Parks and Recreation Department P.O. Box 860358 Plano, Texas 75086-0358 5901 Los Rios Blvd. Plano, Texas 75074 Plano Parks and Recreation Planning Board To contact any Board Member, please call 972-941-7255. Richard Horne, Chairperson Brian Bascom Donna de Chabert Paul Naquin Doug Shockey Pamela Weaver Drew Wight

PLANO STAGES Plano Stages are places to enjoy music, dance, theatre, and shows of every kind. The Courtyard Theater, the Cox Building Playhouse and the Amphitheater at Oak Point Park are state-of-the-art cultural facilities featuring productions by local performers and touring acts. Calendars for all three venues can be found at planostages. com. These facilities are also available for rent by non-profit organizations, corporate groups and the public. Call 972-941-5610 for more information.

PAVILION RESERVATIONS When hosting large functions or events, ten of the City’s larger community pavilions may be reserved in advance. Reservations are accepted for one of two time slots - 8am to 2pm OR 3pm to 9pm - for all locations except Bob Woodruff North. The Bob Woodruff North pavilion is available for reservation between the hours of 8am and 9pm and only one reservation is accepted per day. Reservations are accepted up to one year in advance. Pavilions available for your function are at Arbor Hills Nature Preserve, Bob Woodruff Park, Haggard Park, Harrington Park, Hoblitzelle Park, Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve, Preston Meadow Park, Russell Creek Park, Shawnee Park and Willowcreek Park. A nonrefundable reservation fee and a refundable deposit are required at the time of booking. For more information or to make your reservation, call the administrative office at 972-941-7275 or visit the pavilion reservation page on our web site at planoparks.org.

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INTERURBAN RAILWAY MUSEUM interurbanplano.org Located in downtown Plano, the Interurban Railway Museum is housed in a building that served as a primary stop on the Texas Electric Railway that ran from Denison to Dallas beginning in 1908. On December 31, 1948, the Denison to Dallas Interurban made its last run. The station remained closed until early 1990 when a complete restoration of the building was completed and the building was converted into a museum by the City of Plano. The museum exhibit contains many artifacts associated with the Interurban Line, as well as a history of Plano. Museum hours are 10am-2pm weekdays and 1pm-5pm Saturdays. Group tours of the museum may be arranged in advance by calling 972-941-2117. There is no entrance fee; however, contributions are greatly appreciated.

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REGISTRATION 101 We offer several convenient ways for you to register including: Internet, in person and by telephone. Residents may register online beginning at 8 a.m. on May 6 *Non-resident registration begins at 5 a.m. on May 8. Not all facilities open at 5 a.m. Facility operational hours are listed on page 82. Internet planoparks.org Leisure Online 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

FASTEST

Get an Individual ID and Family PIN PRIOR TO the first day of registration by - Calling any of our recreation centers or - Requesting this information by e-mail 24/7 in the “My Account” section of Leisure OnLine if the e-mail address matches the one on your account or e-mail customer care at parksinfo@plano.gov. Have your Individual ID, Family PIN, course numbers and credit card information ready. Log on to planoparks.org and register. Pay all fees using American Express, MasterCard, Discover, or Visa. Print your receipt from your own computer.

In-Person Allows for personal assistance

1. Go to any of our recreation centers: Carpenter Park Recreation Center, Plano Aquatic Center, Liberty Recreation Center, Plano Senior Recreation Center and Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center. 2. Our staff will be happy to help you with your selections and registration. Please note that you will only be able to register one family at a time. If you need to register another family that cannot attend you must have a second person (age 16+) with you or go back to the end of the line then register the other family members. 3. Pay all fees using cash, check, money order, American Express, MasterCard, Discover or Visa. 4. A receipt can be printed or emailed to you. 5. Don’t have time to wait in a line? You can always drop off a registration planning sheet (available at our recreation centers), and we will be happy to process your choices when the initial demand subsides. We will call you when we finish with your registration and will mail receipts to you. Please include payment with your form.

Phone Call Great for those not registering for a high demand class 1. Call any of the following recreation centers. Call volume will be very heavy the first two hours of registration, please be patient. Carpenter Park Recreation Center 972-208-8087, Plano Aquatic Center 972-769-4232, Liberty Recreation Center 972-769-4234, Plano Senior Recreation Center 972-941-7155 and Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center 972-769-4404. 2. Register for the class of your choice. 3. Pay all fees using American Express, MasterCard, Discover, or Visa. 4. A receipt will be emailed or mailed to you.

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REGISTRATION 101 ADDITIONAL PAYMENT INFORMATION

1. Please make all checks or money orders payable to the City of Plano. Please print your driver’s license number and date of birth on your check. 2. A discount of 10 percent on all classes is offered for all registrants age 60 and older. 3. NON-RESIDENTS (INCLUDING PISD) ARE CHARGED AN ADDITIONAL $4 PER COURSE. 4. If you do not wish to pay with a credit card, you may visit any recreation center PRIOR to your registering and place a credit on your account using cash or check.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Financial assistance is available for Plano residents for annual tennis passes, memberships and recreation course programs. Please call 972941-7256 for additional information. (Application forms are available at planoparks.org.)

WAITING LISTS

If a course is full you may ask to have your name placed on the waiting list for that course at no cost. The computer system maintains the waiting list in the order persons are placed there. When cancellation by a participant in the course occurs, the computer notifies staff members of an opening and of the first person named on the list. Staff will notify, in waiting list order, the persons on the list and offer the opportunity to register for the course at that time. Payment for the course will be required at the time of registration. If you are contacted from a wait list and enrolled for that course, you will be removed from any wait lists for similar courses.

REFUNDS-NEW

Please read the following refund policy for courses, programs, trips and camps. By accepting this policy, you agree to all of the terms as listed below: Full refunds will be granted* when requested two weeks or more prior to the start date of the program. Refunds requested less than two weeks prior to the start date of the program will not be granted unless the vacated spot is filled. If the spot is filled, a refund less a $5 administrative fee will be granted. Medical refunds requested with a doctor’s note prior to the start date of the program will be granted in full. A prorated refund will be granted for medical refund requests received during or within one month of the program’s ending date. Refunds for outdoor camps will not be granted due to the following reasons: weather conditions, summer heat, sunburn, a camper’s behavior, absence from camp, or camp assignments. Parents are responsible for making sure children are registered in the correct camp program and session. If an error is found after registration please call and have it corrected prior to the camp season.

To request a refund, please call the recreation facility where the program is offered, or the Parks and Recreation Administrative Office, 972-941-7250. For outdoor camp refunds please contact the Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center supervisor at 972-9415402. Participants paying by credit card will have the refund amount credited to that credit card account. Courses canceled by the Parks and Recreation Department due to low enrollment or other circumstances will result in one of the following: 1. the participant may register for another available course, or 2. the participant may have his/her money kept on account to use at a later date, or 3. the participant may request a full refund. *Refunds cannot be granted for non-recoverable costs on some programs and trips. For trips provided by outside travel agencies, the travel agency refund and cancellation policies will apply. Printed prices are subject to change without notice.

MAKE-UP POLICY-NEW

Recreation Classes Plano Parks and Recreation is happy to accommodate make-ups for classes canceled by the instructor or facility staff. The instructor will inform you of the day and time available for the make-up. If that day and time does not work with your schedule, or we are unable to accommodate a make-up, we will gladly refund you the amount paid for the canceled class. We will also provide a refund for a class missed due to illness upon receipt of a doctor’s note within one month of the program’s ending date. For all other absences, a make-up or refund is not available. Aquatics Classes For classes canceled by facility staff due to inclement weather or facility constraints, we will gladly refund you the amount paid for the canceled class. Due to limited pool space and the Plano Parks and Recreation Department’s commitment to safety and quality instruction, make-ups for missed classes are not available.

INCLUSION POLICY

Inclusion in many of our programs is possible for those with special needs. It is important that you contact Adapted Recreation at 972-9417327 or 972-941-7272, prior to registration, for details on how we can support your abilities, interests and desire to participate. To ensure the safety and enjoyment of others in recreation programs, participants are expected to display appropriate behaviors. The success of all recreation activities depends not only on good planning and instruction, but the conduct of participants. Appropriate behavior includes the ability to follow instructions and interact with other individuals. Parks and Recreation staff will discuss behaviors of concern with the participant and his/her family when necessary. Participants needing help with matters not directly related to the activity are requested to bring a family member or an aide to assist.

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FACILITY DIRECTORY Administration Offices

Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center 5901 Los Rios Blvd.................................................972-941-7250 8am-5pm Mon - Fri Park Service Requests...........................................972-941-7263

Adapted Recreation

5901 Los Rios Blvd.................................................972-941-7272 8am - 5pm Mon - Fri

Athletics/Adult Sports

8am-5pm..................................................972-941-5275 Fax...........................................................972-941-7469 Heritage Yards at Plano............................972-712-3930

Carpenter Park Recreation Center

6701 Coit Road......................................................972-208-8087 5am-10pm Mon - Fri 8am-7pm Sat 10am-6pm Sun

Douglass Community Center

1111 Avenue H.......................................................972-424-6301

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Collin County provides programs for children ages 8-16 at the Douglass Community Center during the school year and summer. For more information and hours, contact the Boys and Girls Club at 972-424-6301 or visit their web site at bgccc.org.

High Point Park Tennis Center

421 Spring Creek Parkway.....................................972-941-7170 April 1 – Sept 30 Mon – Thu, 7:30am – 11pm Fri – Sun, 7:30am – 9pm October 1 – March 31 Mon – Thu, 9am – 11pm Fri – Sun, 9am – 9pm

6000 Jupiter Road..................................................972-941-7540

CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS

Outdoor Adventure Program

5901 Los Rios Blvd.................................................972-941-5403 8am - 5pm Mon - Fri

Pecan Hollow Golf Course

4901 East 14th Street.............................................972-941-7600 7am - Dusk Daily

Plano Aquatic Center - Indoor Pool

2301 Westside Drive..............................................972-769-4232 Noon - 5pm Mon-Fri 1pm - 6pm Sat & Sun

Plano Senior Recreation Center

401 West 16th Street..............................................972-941-7155 8am - 5pm Mon, Wed, Fri 8am - 9pm Tue & Thu 8am - Noon Sat

Plano Stages

The Amphitheater at Oak Point Park 2801 E. Spring Creek Parkway

Courtyard Theater 1509 Avenue H

Cox Building Playhouse 1517 Avenue H

1517 Avenue H.......................................................972-941-5610 8am - 5pm Mon - Fri

Rowlinson Community Natatorium - Indoor Pool

1712 Avenue P........................................................972-941-7670

Interurban Railway Museum

901 East 15th Street...............................................972-941-2117 10am – 2pm Mon - Fri 1pm - 5pm Sat Individual tours may be arranged by appointment only

Jack Carter Pool – Outdoor Pool

2601 Pleasant Valley Drive.......................................972-208-8081

Liberty Recreation Center

2601 Glencliff Drive................................................972-769-4234 5am - 10pm Mon-Fri 8am - 6pm Sat 10am - 6pm Sun See Aquatics section for pool hours.

Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center

5901 Los Rios Blvd.................................................972-941-5414 8am - 8pm Mon – Thu 8am - 5pm Fri & Sat 10am - 5pm Sun

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Oak Point Recreation Center

See Aquatics section for pool hours.

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center

5801 West Parker Road.........................................972-769-4404 5am-10pm Mon-Fri 8am-7pm Sat 10am-6pm Sun See Aquatics section for pool hours.

Volunteer Resources

1520 Avenue K.......................................................972-941-7114 8am - 5pm Mon - Fri

Inclement Weather Information

Inclement weather closings are determined on a daily basis. Parks and Recreation staff will attempt to contact students if closing. You may also check our Web site, planoparks.org.

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MEMBERSHIPS

RECREATION CENTER MEMBERSHIPS Plano Parks and Recreation offers Annual and Month to Month Membership options. Memberships provide access to all recreation centers and swimming pools in the Plano Parks and Recreation system. The Month to Month Membership provides you with the freedom and flexibility to pay monthly using, Discover, Mastercard, Visa or American Express. There is no sign up fee or termination fee and you can cancel at anytime. Family memberships are also available. Now the whole family can Play in Plano!

Annual Memberships*

DAILY ADMISSION FEE

Membership Type

Resident Fee

PISD/Work in Plano Fee

Youth (3-15 yrs)

$95 $155 $119 $399

$119 $195 $149 $509

Adult (16-59 yrs) Senior (60+ yrs) Family***

Non-Resident Fee

$160 $260 $200 $679

Resident Fee

Youth (3-15 yrs)

$11 $19 $15 $49

Adult (16-59 yrs) Senior (60+ yrs) Family***

PISD/Work in Plano Fee

$16 $22 $19 $59

$3 per day

Adult (16 yrs & up) $6 per day

MONTHLY USER FEE

$29 per month

Monthly Auto Renewal Memberships** Membership Type

Youth (3-15 yrs)

Non-Resident Fee

$21 $29 $25 $79

*Annual Memberships must be paid in full and are non-refundable. **Month to Month Memberships are automatically drafted monthly from your debit or credit card. ***Family is defined as parent/guardian and legal dependents that live in the same household.

Memberships include access to the following facilities: Carpenter Park Recreation Center, Jack Carter Pool, Liberty Recreation Center (and pool), Oak Point Recreation Center (and pool), Plano Aquatic Center, Rowlinson Natatorium and Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center (and pool).

RECREATION CLASSES

More than 7,000 classes are offered year round for all ages, from swimming and aerobics to painting and gardening. Memberships are not required to take classes. Visit our online catalog or Leisure Online for a complete list of current current classes.

Ask about our loyalty discount.

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P.O. Box 860358 Plano, Texas 75086-0358

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